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VOL. IX. NO. 1331.
HONOLULU. H. I., SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1895.
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ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakca street, Honolulu, aforesaid.
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Bulletin," and business letters " Manager
Dally Bulletin Publishing Company."
Using a personal address may canse delny .
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and
all kinds or Bcildinq Materials.
Fort Btreet, Honolnla.
H. HAOXnOJ) oo..
General Commission Agents.
Corner Fort and Queen Btrenta, Huuuium.
TOO. 8. BKTXHIXB.
AUCTIONEER AND GESERAliBCSlNESSAaENT.
Mehnkona, Kohala, Hawaii.
MAHUrACTCBINO JeWELEB AMD WATCH
MAKER. Knkal Jewelry specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds ol repair.
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON W0BK8,
Steam Engines, Bdoar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers. Iron, Brass add Lead
Machinery ul Every Description Made u
Older. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blackimlthing. Job Work executed at
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W, SCHMIDT & SONS.
Agents (or Hawaiian Island
Oitt Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bts.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Pine Carriages & Civil Drivers
To be had at all boars.
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Go., L'd
Oor. Allen Fort SU HoboIuIu.
I0M tf Agents.
A COLD WATER PAINT
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is a dry powder which eun be
jrcpaml for use hy simply etirring
n COLD WATER ami can bo tip.
jlicd by nnyune mid will always pro
luco good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
iectivo and burdens on a wall liko
Uono and will tako any tint.
It will laBt for yours, and is un
ult'ctcd by gases.
Ono coat covers better than two
joatsof oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on nny surfaco and
or nil classes of work, even for the
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
vill it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not set in the mixing vessel,
n fact it improves by standing a few
It can be used to good advantugo
iver old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 800
o 400 lbs., ulso in boxes of 100, 50
iiul 25 pounds.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
such as Fences, Outbuildings and
Laborer's Quarters. It is u thick
pasto to bo diluted with cold water;
Uands rain and cxposuro as well us
)il paint, ami costs but a fraction as
iiucli. It is lire-resisting as it con
tains no oil, and has no equal as a
light rcllcctor in dark basements,
lamp collars and similar places. It
m supplied in colors.
.... FOR SALE BY ....
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
ENIIY H WILLIAMS AND KD-
ward A. Yllllama have this day ells-
tolved the partnership hnretofore existing
between them under the llrm name of
Pioneer Furnlturo Company as well as of
Williams Brothers In the Furniture and
Undertaking Business In Honolulu, In the
island ol ualiu.
Henry H. Williams retires from sld
drm and buslnes and Kdward A. Wil
lams romalns in said business, having
'ormed a partnership therein with his
rather, O. K. Williams.
The now llrm consists of O K. Williams
tnd E. A. Williams, and henceforth will
mrry on said Fnrnltnro and Undertaking
Business in sutd Honolulu, under the llrm
aame of O. K Williams ft Son.
The new llrm will collect all accounts
swing to tho old firm and pay all liabilities
Dated March 30th. A. D 1895.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
KI). A. WILLIAMS,
1303-2W O. E. WILLIAMS.
Q. R SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector and Copyist.
Office with CD. Chase, Safe Deposit Build
ing, 40G Fort Street. Telephone IM.
The Collection of Government Bills
Wheiieas, Mil. L. Beicke of 51 Mer
chant Street, and well-known in
Honolulu, did complain, before n
large audience on Monday night
last in th old Armorv, on the cor
ner of Beretania nud Punchbowl
Streets, that JJhoumatistn had
been torturing him for the past
30 years, Mr. Beicke a stated that
he had tried evert thing he knew
of to obtain relief but all ended in
failure, Scqi'Aii upon being ap
plied to, immediately suggested
thai tlio Rheumatism had been in
possesion quite long enough, and
proceeded to give it notice to quit
by applying the Seqi'ah Oil to
the parts aillioted ami in the pre
sence of a number of gentlemen
from the audience relieved the
sufferer from his torture; and,
Whereas, the said Mr. Beicke, pre
vious to the treatment, could not
walk without the aid of a stout
stick, is now to be seen about town
as lively as a kitten, feeling as
pleased as a dog with two tails.
Others besides the above have re
ceived the same wonderful relief
and Seqcah's fame is spreading
far and near.
Cripples with Rheumatism are I
now pouring into the old Armory
overy evening, where Sequaii lectures (
at 7:30. All invited. Seats provided. ,
National Band in attendance. Ad
fjF SEquAH attends at the old
Artnorv aoh dav at 3 o'clock for I
sale of his Remedies and to receive
persons nuu wjpu iu uuuorgu inn i
J5s.For your own benefit,
come, see, hear and iudjre for
The business of the country is
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows in the
nasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails ami the cream is
I richer in consequence. We believe
I wo have satisfied every ono of out
I customers who have taken milk from
1 us aud we aro in a position to sup
ply a groat many more The people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao duriug tho past two weeke
have had mi opportunity to see just
itrltttt onr( tt (inf niir1 ol rftlf ftiiwig
upon, and no lougor wonder at the
richness of the milk Irotn our dairy,
Our facilities for delivery are the
best. With tho excoptiou of a day
or two early iu tho late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on time at our customers' rosidenees.
Wo tnko this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will be pleased to
fill all otders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to be pure aud
free from adulteration.
The WMALAE KtVNCil.
HAS NO EQUAL
i -m nir. liArm cum: or
It wl relievo
tlic most illv
soothe tlio In.
mil Inilnco re.
I or Hit cure of
lliront. ntul nil
the piirmoii.irj troiilil" touhi.-h tlu'Miiing
nie vi Untile llieie U no otlivi r 'f. tt) mi
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THK ELETJ'S TIP.
Where She Wtnt and What She. Did
While Sh-i Was Oonn.
Tho tug Eleu loft port on Satur
day, port surveyor Sanders and a
posse of Custom Hoiish officers on
board. It was hinted at the time
that the object of tho expedition
was to intercept a schooner which
was supposed to be hovering about
Molokai with a big cargo of opium
on board. The opium was to be
trausferred to the yacht Spray an
chored there. The port surveyor
boarded the jaent and searched her.
Nothing contraband was found.
This was between three and four
o'clock Sunday aftoruoou. Tho port
surveyor went ashore and consult
ed Sheriff Hitchcock of Molokai.
It was tho intention of the port
flurvoyor to tow tho yacht Spray to
Honolulu, but the Sheriff advid
him not to do so. Tho port fcur
veyor returned on board, aud the
Eleu jftor cruising about returned
to port early Monday morning. It
will bo remembered tho officers re
ported that they had not seen any
thing of tho Spray.
About one o'oUx-k this morning
the yacht Spray sailed in tho har
bor with four persons ou board.
She came alongside tho new wharf
at tho foot nf Nuuatiu street. Two
of tie per.'ons on tho yacht wore
tho owner, a man named Paddy and
Hiel Kapu. Tho Spray loft Molo
kai at 8 o'eloek yesterday morning
aud was becalmed at tho Kalaeoka
laau channel. These men stato that
sho had only been out on a cruise.
Booked lor the Coast.
Tho following aro booked at the
office of W. G. Irwin .t Co. to leave
for San Francisco by tho S. S. Aus
tralia on Wednesday next:
N. Hoyle, Mr. aud Mrs Camilliu,
Col. Voluey V. Ashford, P. V. Ash
ford, W. II. Forgmon aud wife,
Wray Taylor, -Mrs. Uatfiold, Miss
Cook, O. B. Spalding, Gon. A. II.
Jonei, Mrs. E. S. Cunha and son,
Miss R. Cunha, II. T. ISarues, MIbs
Barnes, Geo. Bucklin, F. E. Whito
and wife, Mrs. T. Hoffman, Dr. C. C.
Fowler, Morrison Fuller, wifo and
nurse, Miss Curry, Mifs J. Curry,
Miss E. M. Metcair, Miss E. K. Mot
calf, M. S. Curry and wifo, Miss
Hubbard, Win. Motcalf and wifo,
Captain Julius A. Palmer, Allen
Towle and wifo, Miss Crat Towlo,
Miss F. R. Halsoy, Miss C. D. Mot
calf, Miss I. C. Chalfaut, Mrs. P.
Salter, Mrs. Hubbard.
Tho Water Kamtne.
The superintendent of tho govorn
mout water works continues to pub
lish notica to tho effect that tho
hours of irrigation iu Honolulu are
from 7 to 8 in tho evening. Tho
writer can testify to tho fact that
this notice is being entirely ignored,
and if necessary will bo pleased to
furnish tho names of three
parlies, whoso premises adjoin oioh
other and are not distant over a
thousand miles from tho Govern
ment Nursery, who aro regularly
using water at all hours of tho day
Leads to iiurvousuess, fretfuluoss.
peevishness, chronic Dyspepsia and
reat misery. Hood's Sarsaparilla
is tho remedy. It tones thostoinaoh,
creates an appetite, aud gives a
relish to food. It makes pure blood
aud gives healthy aution to all tho
organs of tho body. Tako Hood's
for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills become tho favorite
cathartic with every ono who tries
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