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VOL. I. NO. 14.
HONOLULU, H. I.. FRIDAY, MAY HI, 1895.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Published every day except Sunday nt
COO King Street, Honolulu. II. I.
1'er Month, anywhere in the Hn-
waiinn Islands S GO
Per Year. C 00
Per Year, postpaid to America, j
Canada, or Mexico 8 00 i
Pur Year, postpaid, other Foreign I
. Countries 10 00 ,
' l'nynlriu Invnrlablv In Atlvnnco. ,
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charged as if continued for full term. '
, Liberal allowance on yearly and half ,
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin." i
Business letters should be addressed to I
' "Mtinngcr Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 250. P. 0. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
( Business Cards.
LEWERS & COOKE.
iMPOKTr.us and Dealers in Lumueu
AND AIjIi kinds of Buildi.no
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
H. BACKFELD & CO.
'' Gexeuax. Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all lcinds of repairs.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Ikon, Brass and Lead
" Machiuery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
ASSETS, - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Docs all kinds of Work in
Cement & Storto Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand a largo supply of
Chinese Granite- Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowest prices assured. Tele
Wo have just received direct from
New York tho
Ever brought hero at ono time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDEK & CO.,
riEllllH JONES. T. A. blMI'SON.
JONES & SDIPSON,
Accoitants & ConuDission Apts.
HOUSE, LAND ANI? f,
x Bmfltti Business Agency.
TTnTTMTC T.AND AKP M
Conveyancing and Legal Documents
DRAWINGS and TRACINGS MADE.
CFfTranslations in French, German,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dntch, Italian and
Hawaiian. Bills Collected and Accounts
'Office, 308 Merchant St.
Gained in Strength
did (or tho Invnlld Daughter of a l'rom
Inent Lowell Trndeniiian.
"My daughter had tor a long tlmo been
troubled wltli violent headaches anil slecp
lessness. 8I10 vim pale, bad no appetite,
and was losing flesh rapidly. She took
various remedies for her trouble, but re
ceived no benefit until sho commenced using
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After taking half a
bottle, she began to feel better. Uy a con
tinued use of this medicine, her appetite re
turned, her cheeks began to fill out and show
color, she gained In strength, her headaches '
disappeared, she slept better, nnd now savs -
she feels like a new person.".-F. I. Cooocs-
hall, 0 Lyon St, Lowell.
Has Curod Others, Will euro You
Made by Dr. J. C. Aycr A Co., Lowell, Mn..UAA.
Hollister Drug Co.. L'd.,
Bale Agents for the Republic ut Ho wall.
HOP HING & CO.
402 HOTEL STREET.
Wholesale Dealers iu
Liquors & Manila Cigars
- AND -
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rice, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Etc.
English and American Groceries
By Every Coatt Steamer.
TELEPHONE No. 147.
P. O. Box 321.
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Blacksmitbing in All Its Branches.
Orders from the other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Painting, etc., etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West )
Wm. G.Irwin 8lGo.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Glaus Spreokels, - - - Vice-President
W. M. GiiTurd, Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter, Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
G. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector & Copyist,
Olllco with C. I). Chase, Snfo Deposit
Building, -100 Fort Streot. Tele
Kf Tho collection of Government Rills a
I am now prepared to Movo Furniture
iu better shapu than any other oxprens
concern in tho city, as 1 hnvo a WAGON
largo enough to movo n wholo houso full
of Fnrnituro nt ono load.
I have the latest PIANO MOVING
APPARATUS and guarnnteo to move
Pianos without scratching, to any part of
the city for S2.50. I am a rustler and
don't caro who knows it; am always to
be found at my Stand,
Cor Nuuanufic. King Streets,
ISTI movo my Furnituro SO FAST
that it makes my competitors SWEAT
to even look at me.
Yours for Business only,
I .,! , , I
Our Stock ot Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to be the finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
J4C0BSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 2S7. Fort Street.
will tell yon
it 1b the ,
FOR BALE BY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
California Fruit Mrfkei
Corner King and Alakea Sta.
By Every BUarner from Ban
Fresh Fruit, Oyste.
Salmon. Poultrj, Etc., Eta.
I Wo. TolihnM IS,
20 lbs. &
WALTER HILL DEAD.
A Former Proprietor of the
KNI OF A 1JUSY CAKK12U.
The adyicos per the Monowai last
night brought tho news of the
death of Walter Hill at Adelaide,
Australia, April 22 last.
Mr. Hill waB born at Cherry
Grove, his father's estate, near
Mount Lofty, South Australia.
After receiving a sound education
under private tutorship he was en
gaged in farming and pastoral pur
suits, and at an early age entered
the ministry of the Wesleyan Me
thodists, traveling in the Goohva,
North Adelaide, and Gumeracha
Circuits. Later ho resigned his
position in that connection,
journeyed through the colonies,
and finally settled in New
Zealand. There the Metho'dists,
unwilling to lose a preacher bo
talented and popular as ho proved
to be, appointed him without his
consent to take the charge of a Cir
cuit, but he declined to accept the
honor, and took instead an appoint
ment upon the staff of the Thames
Guardian. Whon the great rush to
the west coast goldlields began lie
went to Boss, established the Ross
Grammar School, which he super
intended for several years, and at
tho same time studied chemistry
and surgery under the learned Dr.
Zurhorst. After graduating with
honors at tho Otago University he
entered the medical college in con
nection with tho University of San
Francisco, and gained distinction,
acting between terms as special re
porter for the Altn Californian. Ho
went to the Hawaiian Islands as
correspondent of a coast paper and
furnished graphic reports of affairs
there, and was so enamoured of tho
fertility and beauty of tho Hawai
ian group that ho remained there,
entered tho servico of the Govern
ment, and became Superintendent
of the Reformatory School. During
his long tenure of ollico at that in
stitution he established tho Daily
Bulletin. After eight years' en
gagement ho left tho servico of tho
State, and devoted his time to the
editorial work of his papor. Twice
was ho selected by tho Hawai
ian Government as plenipoten
tiary to China, to deal with
important matters concerning
tho Celestials. As a writer ho was
terse and incisive, and lived to seo
many of the reforms that ho advo
cated carried into effect. Ho fre
quently referred with pride to tho
laws and institutions of his native
home, and especially to its main
roads. Eventually his newspaper
and printing plant were purchased
for party purposes, and ho again
entered tho Government service un
der the administration of Queen
Liliuokalani, and held tho respon
sible position of I'ostmastor-Ooneral
of tho Kingdom. When the Queen
was dethrone ho resigned hit ollico
and declined an appointment under
the Provisional Government. 1'rior
to Iub entering tho Postoflicc Bu
reau defalcations had taken place
which were' discovered under his
administration. Tn connection with
tho oflice was a Postal Savings
Bank. During a financial depres
sion he undertook to raise loans for
the Government and was success
ful, but the strain upon him was
so great that his general health
suffered. He tried a clinngo to
country scenery, but did not im
prove. A few months ago ho as a
last resource visited his native
home, but his vitality was loo
much impaired, and he passed
quietly away at the ago of fifty
two. Ho never practised medieino
for gain, but his advice was never
sought in vain. In his adopted
homo his good name was in -tho
mouth of every one as synonymous
with all that is kindly' disinterest
ed, pure, manly, and noble. Ho
leaves behind a widow and ono
daughter, and his parents, brothers
(3), and sisters (5), all survive
him. His remains were interred
at Cherry Grove, S. Australia,
April 24. Exchange.
Any ono who has ever had an at
tack of inflammatory rheumatism
will rojoico with Mr. J. A. Stumm,
oon Ttnni.. tt:,.i,( T A .,,...!
over his fortuuato escape from a
siege of tiiAt distressing ailment.
Mr. Stumm is foreman of Morriam's
confectionory establishment. Some
months ago, on leaviug tho heated
work room to ruu across the streot
on an errand, ho was caught out in
tho rain. The result was that whon
ready to go home that night ho was
uuablo to walk, owing to inflamma
tory rheumatism lie was taken
homo, atid'ou arrival wa placed in
front of a gojd firo and thoroughly
rubbed with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. During tho oveuiugand night
ho was repeatedly bathed with this
liniment, and by morning wbb re
lieved of all rheumatic pains. He
now takes especial pleasure in prais
ing Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and
always keops a bottlo of it in tho
houso. For salo by all dealers, Bon
eon, Smith & Co., agents for tho Ha
To Those Who Dm
It is to your advantage
to got tho very best Feed.
Wo havo what you want,
.selected during our last
trip to tho Coast. If you
want to bo in it, call on the
tar TI5M5PHOXI3 11M Jl
Free 3."3.4b 3Pa.poi.
We EXPORT General Family and I'lanU
Hon Supplies in any quantity. Bend for
our Yearly, Monthly and Dally l'rlce List,
414-418 Front Street,
Hnn Francisco, California.