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VOL. IX. NO. Ta37TT-
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1895.
PRICE 5 CKNTX ,
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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at Tnc orncB,
n ft 32U Merchant Bt., HnnoloJu, B. I.
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UeliTtrci in Honolulu nt Fittt Cims a
Mouth, In sitrance.
A-t FOOB DOLLARS A YAS tu DuUlHCtiC,
ind Fits Dollars to Forelcu finbunrilun,
payable tn ad ranee.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
oosa in KUrrr.'.o itl
rKLKFHONE 250. P. 0. BOX KH.
Vni Daily Buuetik Is 'printed ana pub
lished by the DtUy Bulletin Pnbllsblng
Company, Limited, at Hi olllce, Mer
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Isl
ands. George Manso.v acting editor,
residence Union Square.
Address letters tor the paper "Editor
Bulletin," and business letters " Manager
Dally Bulletin Publishing Company."
Using a personal artdrs uu.y cause delay
LEWEBfS ft OOOXX,
tMrOBTKSS AHD DtALBBS IN LCMBIB AMD
ALL KIKDS or Building Matbbials.
Fort Btreet, Honoluln.
H. HAOKKKLD e CO.,
Giwiral Commission Aqbhts.
Corner Fort and Queen btreeti, Honolulu.
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If " AUCTIOMEERANDOeNKRALBCSIHISB AUENT.
Mahutoua, Kohala, Hawaii.
' , .' TH08. LINDSAY,
' ' t MANCrACTUBINO Jbweler ahd Watcu-
' Kaknl Jewelry a specialty, Particular
,f t , attention paid to ail kinds of repairs
r Campbell Block, Merchant Btreet.
. HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
i Btbak Enoines, Bcoab Mills, Boilebs,
I Coolebs. Ibon, Brass as Lead
I J ' Machinery of Every Description Made to
lj Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blaoksmlthlng Job Work execntod at
jj Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Go.
A'JtSfiTS, . - ItO.OOO.UUU.
H W. 60HM1DT SON.
nintn In' HawtlUn Ilnd
Oitt (Jaeiage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel 8U.
.. BOTH TELEPUORES 113 -
Pino Carriages & Civil Driveru
To be had at all hours
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Cor, AUbc Port SU., flonolnln.
HOhrjSTriTR Hr Oi ).,
10M tf CHnt.
Real Estate and Loans
The enlevement of the LOAN Market
do ns to coyer the wants and ttecessliles of
the large number of honotable people who
are not owners of unincumbered Real
'Estate was one of the most necessary Inno
vations of rooent years. To many It has
meant relief from pressing claims at the
rcry time whon most essential. When
properly and honorably conducted this
business Is of equally great Importance
and ralue to the community as Building
and Loan Associations have proved them
selves to be.
TIib Hawaiian Investment Co,
Makes a specialty of Negotiating and Pro
curing Loans for Borrowers who are un
able to discount their Notes at the Banks
and who do not euro to obligate them
selves to tome friend or acquaintance by
asking his endorsements to their Note.
Thla fVittirmnv. wilt titnlfn l.nftnl flnnn
' Household Furniture, Pianos. Organs.
Homos, Mules, Wagons, Carriages and
Personal Property without removing the
Property from the Borrower's possession
and all business will be conducted on h
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL BASIS.
Tiie Hawaiian Iuvrtmeul Co.,
General Real Estate Agents,
18 mid 1Q KrfrtUun mm B't'HtH,
(N.ar IVbtOUite )
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639.
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Wholesale ' Retail.
fUl.l, LIN ir
SHI and Couod Dress Goods.
to. Ito. to., BUi.
Silk, Linen and Crape, Shirts
- OK COMPLETE UTOUK -Made
by Yamatoya ot Yokohama
When vnn bfa In t,afl ..f . it...
ot Japanese Goods, Rive ns first mil and
save going all around town
300 Xort Bt xxmtxx Oustozxx IXoi
Win. G! Irwin & Go.
Wm. U. Irwlu, President and Manager
Clans Bpreckeis. .... Vice-President
W. M. Qlffard, ttecretary and Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter . . . Andltnr
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
UP HAN KKANUIBUO, t)A L
Bku, Tbl. 381. Mutual Tel. W7,
P. O. BOX 321.
128 "& 130 FOUT BTUEET.
Blacksmithing ,N tiMhW
Orders from the other IslamU In
Bnildlno, Trimming, Fainting, Etc, Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WRIGUT, fttop.
(Bmvessor U Q. West.)
O. B. DWIOHT
Does ull kinds of Work In
Ctment & Stone Sidtwaiks & Garbing.
He has on hand a lnrg snpply of Chi
nese Granite Curb and alway. keeps Ha
waiian Ctirblug Stone. E-tlioHie elreu
and lowest pripe assured. Bell Telephone
ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEEHNG
II A NV a I I A N
JUNE, 11, 1895.
HACKS TO COMMENCE AT 10
A. M. SHARP.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
Prize: Mcda . valiml nt $i(i 1
trsneo Iee 1..10. 1 iiiIIlmIhIi l'rt-ffor
Prise: Mednl, valued nt fW. En
franco feell.'O. 6 miludash. Frtefor
3d-HONOLULU PURSE, 5200.
KunnluK I'ncc; M mile dash. Free for
lth MERCHANTS' PURSE, f200.
Trotting and Pacini:, to Hnrnes": 2:10
Class; mile heats, 'I In o. Free for all.
5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP,
BunninK It ace; 1 mllo dish. Kre for
all. Winner of Cup to heat record of
Ant'le A (1:151 and receive $50 oxlra. I
Gth KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE !
Trot tine nnd Pucinfr to Harness; mlU
heats, 3 In 6. Free for all.
7th-OCEANIO S. S. CO.'S CUP.
I 150 ADDED. I
Running llace; Ji mile dnsh. Hawaii
I an Bred.
j 8IL-PONY RACE, PURSE $100.
1 mile dah, for all Pontes 14 hands or
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE,
Running Rnco; Imile dash, for Hawaii
an Bred Hortes owned by members of
the Club Winner to accept if 1 00 in
lieu of Cup.
Cup bfcijue the properly of t'o person
winning ittwlo. Bhonld the pt-rsnii
who bus won It once and again this
rnertlng, he wl 1 rece.ve In lieu of Cup
IK0 toaetoer with 1150 added Win
ner of Cup first time will receive $150
and ciedlt for one race.
lOth-JOCKEY CLlJB PURSE,
2:50 O'ass; mile heats, 2 In 3. Free for
11th PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP, H50 ADDED.
Running Race, i nill daah Free
Tsr- All entries .ri fo bo made with
the Secretary beforo '1 HUUSDAY, JnnoD,
18U5 Entrance fees to be 10 per cent, of
puree, unless othini-e specified.
wU0- All Races to be run or trotted
under the rules of tho Hawaiian Jockey
t All Horccfl nro expected to start,
unlets withdrawn by 0 o'clock a. m. on
Juno 10, 18'i5
Geneial Admission 60 Cents
GrntKlKtaml (hitra) CO Cents and $1
Carriages (Inside o'uourfeu) each ... $.'.60
Quarter Stretch Badges $5
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
A Chance for Horsemen
1 Lattst Impiovttd Fwzler Sulky
With Pneumatic Whet Is. AUo,
1 Est Ball Brarlna Blah Whofls.
All tn Flrbt-iluss Order. Inquire of
1321-lf C. W. MACFARLANE.
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AND PILES CURED BY
Hr. W. Jtmmios, Adelaide, 8. A., formerly
of Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
"For the past 3 or 4 years. I have been n
frrat sullcter from rlii'imiatlim ntut pile,
tried all orls ot medicines, lml iterUed
no gotMl from tlietn. I ehalireil to read one
of yntir IxKiks and thought I would Rite
Your Sarsap.irlll.i a trial. I did i,nml after
f.ikliiK ono botllo I felt bolter, and after
mkuik 4 iiotiu't i wan a new man. I uni
sorry t noter took It lieforr. for It would
li.ivu s.icd mo wry much p.iln. "
Has cured others, will euro you.
Made I'J Ur.J.C.Aytr A Co., Lonidl,5Iuu.,U.S..V.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Bole tiuH'iXr for li Knpubllc of Hawaii.
People Who Write
on typewriters marvel
that busy business men
8tiP clinpf to the pen pro
cefB. The huciius- man
uiii a typewriter would
not volunta.ily return to
the old method, because
he can turn off more
work, of a better quality,
and with less effort on
Tiie Dai. u'Iid Never
Ustd n TyuMltor
believes the tabk of leirn
ing to wiite a dilHcult
and hopelcts one. Try.
Others have learned ; you
can. Your first attempt
will probably reveal tho
fact that you do faster
work with the pen.
That's quite natunil ;
you are just learning.
Your next trial will sur
prise you. Your fingers
go to the right keys in
stinctively. It becomes
easier and you will then
begin to alizo the use
fulness and benefit of a
CHOICE OF A TYPEWRITER
will either make or mar
your writing happiinss.
For the business man
desiring a machine, that
combines speed, durabi
lity, docs perfect work,
and lastly, has tho easiest
keyboard to learn, buy
Ttiis typewriter stands at
the head. It has all the
Let mo show you a
T. W. HOBRON, Agent.
WANTED THE ARLINOTON.
Tommy KroUau Got nn Unwelcomo
Boarder This Morning.
C. Storliuir, tho jialuter, had moro
troublo with that ftrj ult'pd of his
today. Slerliiip wont to liispaiot
shop ou Union ntreut nt noon to-day
in hiit tirnk. II tii-d hi animal
outsidn and wt'tit in tho shop. Tho
animal wm scared lj something or
othor nnd boltfd down thectroot.
It turuod from Llotol stroot into the
tho Arlington Ktt', dashed nlontf
tho walk up tlo rear vornuda,
smaslmd llirotigh n Intticu door with
tho brako datiKlinp; behind. Tho
uoxt impudiiniMit was tho ntain-aso
leading uplairs. Tho animal clotr
ed it, but couldn't tnko tho brako
with him. Tho volticlo was loft be
hind. Tho horso coutiiiiied his
wild career and jumped tho bi'm
trade, emerKiiii; on King ntreot, ami
was finally stopped at KntttuV r.o
That pnrt of tho Arlington hotel
through which Sterling's horso mado
tho mad rush is a total wreck. Tho
datnago will amount to ovor fifty
dollars, and Mr. Slttrliug will havo
to foot tho bill. J no. Lucis got tho
contract for roptiriug tho damage.
This is tho third time tho samo
horse has dono tho runaway net
within tho past six weeU. Tho first
linio ho did it .Sterling was dumped
out. Th second runnwhy resulted
in tho injuries to Noipor, tho nxpross
tnnn,nnd thisou" will coxttlmownor
so mo dollars. Stirling is willing to
sell tho animal for nuythiug. Ho
ha been advised to Hell him to tho
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A BURNT CHINESE.
A Portupuete Boy Helps Him Out of
An lderly Chinnmau escaped bo
iug burued to death through prompt
assistance rendered by Joo Dias, a
Portuguese boy. Tho Chinaman,
who was walking down Liliha stroot
about 11 o'clock this morning, had"
been smoking a pipe. After a while
ho put the pipu in his pocket, lie
trudged along down the street, and
it wat not unlil his pocket WH
ablaze that the man noticed some
thing wrong. The embers from the
pipe had caught tho man's coating
and caused the blaze. Doing feeblo
aud old the Chinaman was excited,
and began crying. Dias who hap.
pened to witness the incidout ran to
his assistance and with no little
trouble smothered tho firo with his
hands. Dias' haudfl were slightly
Wiahurt'a Seutoucit Suspondod.
Ex-policoman Carl Wishart ap
peared before Judge Wilcox this
morning to answer to a chargo of
"being present, couuteunnuiug and
encouraging" in the assault by Goo.
Nelson on Captain Cook of tho
mounted patrol. Wishart, who has
beou in prison oven since his araest
stated to the court that he desirod
to changes his plea of not guilty
mado yesterday and to now plead
guilty ns charged. Tho motion was
On motion of the Deputy-Marshal
sentence was suspended until moved
on by tho prosecution. Wishart
will leave the country.
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A Now Bicycle
The two driving wheels of the
Advertiser's new gas engine, whL'h
have been exposed duriug the day
ou tho Merchant street sidewalk,
and incidentally have obstructed the
passage of purchasers of the Bui.i.k
tin, if properly coupled would make
a tandem that even George l'a r is
would bo proud of.
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