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VOL. IX. NO. 128:5
HOMJU'U;, It. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1895.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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EVERY AFTERNOON
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lished by the Dtily Bulletin lubHf.t.!tu
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chant street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, rtsidti il
Alaken ftret. Honolulu. Hfoieer-'rt
AddresA letters for the (.Hjmr ' hdun
Bulletin," and huslnewi loiter " Manages
Daily llulletln Publishing Company.
Using a pirsonul AiMrnni: nnj cantr .It-mj
In Attention.
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LEWEBS & COOKE.
IlirOBTEBS AND DEALER. IN Ll'MBEK ANU
ALL KINDS OK llUtLIIINII MaTEVIAIK
fort Btreet, Honolulu
H. HACKFELD A OO
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Corner Fort and lueen blreuia, Uom.iniu.
rtto. B. 8KITH1KH
ACCT10NEEIlANDGENKmLRcelMS AllENT.
Mahukoua, Kohnlk, Hawaii.
XHOB. LINDSAY,
MANUrACTUIlINd
Jeweleh
MAKER.
and Watch-
Knkni Jewelry a specialty. Partionini
attention paid to all kinds ot repair.
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WOBKft.
Steam Enuisks, Sihiab Millh, Boilvkh,
Coolem. InoN, Brass ami Lead
Castings.
Machinery u! Every Dvecriptiuu itii iu
Order Partlcnlar attention paid to Ships'
Blacksmlthlne. Job WorK etilil h
Bhort Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
oar XiOXtdoi
ASSETS, I16.000.UUQ.
H. W. v?CHM!PT .SON
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HOMJSTTOR
1055t
(inidmi iiiiif H;iw!ir.'Boli Water Paint
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NEWSDEALER
SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR
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H'.OMITLY ATIENJ'EI) TO.
STATIONER:
Hii Stationery aim!
Cheap Smt'ono'y.
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses ,
I'arifullv suited to all Sights.
Ki'.mliia'lO'i Free.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER
Sol ARCn.t.
DOMKBTIO SeWIXO MACHINES
Bule Am lit.
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(xamuSj Toys, Dolls,,
Always Kent on Hand.
Diaries -189 5 -Diaries
BOOKSELLER:
A Nice Stock Altvv Kenton Hand
to Select f'Om I100KH ordcrnl by
i-very iteamer.
GUITAnB FROM $1.00 UL".
Flu'es. Corntts, Piccolos, Ukuleles
and othur Initrnnicnts. Also Violin,
Han) and Guitar Strings and Fit
tings. SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
h r all kinds o Machines.
Our Great Drive t
A HAND MACHINE ron $8.50.
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OFFER FOR SALE
FKKTI-LJZKKS
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Cfllebniod iHgb Grade Cans Manures
Wo are also prepared to tuko orders tor
Xtmmnrn. N. Ohlemdt M Oo '
FarLllirarB
Inturlng prompt 'delivery.
BOILED LUCOL1
IV This Ii a superior Paint Oil. con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier it gives a splrmtlcl Pnnr
stirfam
Lime O&m&riL
Refined Sugars, Salmon,
Falrbani Canning Co.' Cornell Reef
PARAFFINi: PAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Roofing & Payers,
Ittd'i Piteni Steam Pipe Cimrivt
Jarboea' Diamond, Bnamol 4 Eicr
tasting Paint
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans
O. B. ID-WIGHT
Does all kinds of Work In
Ctment & stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
Ho has on hind a laru supply o! Ohl
nte Oran te Curb and nlvy k.eps Ha
waiian Curbing Stonu. K-tlinaie given
aud lowest prices nsxurf d. IMI Telephone
STi ilirMf
Tli' Daily Bulletin, 60 cents vr
tiimiM, iMiutfd hv rnrri'f.
A SUBSTITUTE
FOR
OIL PAINT
AND
WHITEWASH.
AN EXCELLENT
FIRE
RETARDANT
AND
DISINFECTANT.
INDDR1NE
(TiitrE mark)
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on . , -Factories
and Public Buidings
ll ie u dry powder which dm lid
prepared for uso by cimplytining
in COLD WATER mid can bo up
plied by unyoiia nnd will nlnuys pro
duce good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely ro
llcclivo nnd hurdcim cu a
wall like
stone.
It will liifl for yenri, mid is un
nflectvd by unset?.
One coat covem bettor limn two
coiilsof oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo Ubcd on any surface and
for all classes of work, even for tho
finest decorating.
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it sotton with ago or discolor.
It will not cot in tho mixing vessel,
I in fact it improves by standing n few
days.
It can be u?cd to good advantage
over old whiluw,ili without t-craping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
I1EING WET.
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
bility considered.'
Is is supplied in barrels from .100
to 400 lbs., nlso in boxes of 100, fiO
and 25 pounds.
.... FOR SALE 1IY
MURIINiiCi
Umn for tbe Hawaiian Islands
A New Business !
Real Estate I
Insurance 1
Commissions I
Collections !
I am now prepared to
transact business that may
bo entrusted to my care
my
with promptness nnd dis
patch. Collections made,
Buildings Insured aain6t
loss from fire. Real Estate
properly eared for.
Henry Waterhouse
Queen. Street.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
nrWIP. UNnEItSIGNED HAVINQ RE
X nflved letters of Administration ft
erehy
avlng
the Kutatfl n! Ht-nrl G. Mcurew. Ii
makes demand upon nil persons having
property belonging to ta'd l-.sliiie lone- I
liver same to hint Notho is also litreliy ,
given to aM creditor of the deceased to
present th-lr claims duly anlhcntlcat-d
w.thln ilx months fiom this dntf.
J. O. (URTKR,
Admlnlstraior, 'J0H Merchant strret. '
Honolulu, Jan. 'JI, WJ 12tMm
POLICEMAN AND SLEEPER.
Boing a Truo Story of nn Exchange
of Satire in City Hnll Park
'"Come," growlfd a sparrow police-
I man in tlia city hall park this morii
i iuir. addrossimr a man with a shinr
I "' I .. r,l ..-.. . .1 " t
irui'K anu au uitiniinaieii nose, uoz- '
ing on a bench, "get up out o thin,
(low many times have I got to tell
you this au't uo boardin' housot'.'
Tho gentleman with tho glowing
proboscis arose to his feot, straight. '
oned biimelf up, and flocked several
imaginary specs of dust from his 1
reasy sleeve, lie looked at. tbe po-
liccmau with an air of tho most in
tense scorn and walked stltlly away
"Wonder what's tho matter with
that duck?" said tho policeman. "I
don't want to bo takiu' any chances.
Maybe he's ono of them Loxow fel
low's in disguise."
The subject of tho soliloquy had
wondered ofT iu tho direction of
Mai) street. Ho looked up at tho
sky, and then taking a frayed aud
ancient handkerchief from his
pocket, began rubbing his uarrow
brimtuod Derby hat, which ho re
moved from his hoad with a grace
ful gesltuo. Ho sat down on a bench
next to a workingman iu a blue
jumper, and, throwing his head
back, closed his 0303, opened his
mouth and began to snore iu a high
er and unmusical key, says tho Mail
aud Express.
Tho sparrow cop watched all this
from tho tail of his oyo. Ho waited
a couplo of minutes, aud then walk
ed iu the usual leisurely manner of
tho genus over to tho sleeping man
and gave him a smart kick on the
' solo of his riuht foot. This had tho
effect of awakening hiiu. He sat up
' and rubbed his oyes.
"Kin mmi understand words!" ask
ed the policeman with as much sar
casm as ho could command. "Do
you waut 1110 to give it to you in
Eyetalyu or iu HooshanI Theso
benches is for tho board of alder
men to sit on it. All thorn other
benches belongs to tho police com
missioners. Thoy has give strict
orders that all people who wauts to
I take a suoozo must bring a feather
bed along with 'm. .Vow may bo
I you'll tumble."
Again tbo strangor arose aud
' flecked dust that wan't there from
1 bis other sleeve. Thrusting 0110 hand
boueath the lapel of his coat he as
sumed an attitudo of defiance.
"Sir,"' said ho, "do you dough who
I abl"
"No," said tho policeman, "1 don't,
but I judge you're a freo luncher.
"You aro bistakod," was the digni
fied but bogripped reply. "I alt a
civil edgideer takid observashods for
KurdellWarig."
"Theu you must bo takiu' obtorva
tious with your mouth," retorted the
policomau, "for your oyes haven't
been open since I first saw you. Go
wan tako a walk.''
I Tho man curled his lip and turn
! ed on his hoel. "I shall go," ho said,
i "bud I shall bo hern agid, aud when I
, cub, your gasu shall be atteded to."
I Then ho strodo with a Henry Ir
ving stride to tho city hall anil de
manded to see tho mayor, but Secre
tary Hodges would not let him iu.
Don't Put it OiT.
i The necessity of a spring medicine
is universally admitted. This is tho
best time ot year in which to purify
tho blood, to restore tho lost appo
tite, and to build up tho eutito sys
tem, as tho bodv is now peculiarlr
uscoptmio to uonent irom motticino
Tho great popularity attained by
Hood's Sarsapnrilla, owing to its real
merit aud its romarkablo success,
has established it as tho very best
medicine to tako iu tho spring. It
cures scrofula, salt rhoum, and all
humors, biliousnou,dy?popsia, head
acho, kidney aud liver complaints,
catarrh, aud all afflictions caused or
promoted by low state of the system
or impuro blood. Don't put it oil,
but tako Hood's Sarsaparilla now.
It will do you good.
Band Ooncort.
The Government band will give
iho regular Saturday aitornoon cou-
I C()t ftt Emma Square at 1:30 o'clock,
Followiug is tho program:
Overture Festival Ixjrtlng
OhVotlu Alexlua Ascu
Polka Hon Jour Andrews
felevtlou A Gau-ty Girl Jones
Marurku Luceriiu Home
Waltz Declaration Waldtenfel
Hawaii l'onol.
WHALING SB IP ON FIRE.
Tho Oayhoad in Trouble Supposod
to bo Incendiarism.
A uhaloboat from (lie whaling
bark Oayhead, winch was lying at
anchor outside tho harbor, reported
. .1. .. ll!l.t ill... -I . ,,
at ino ruin 8 uiucn anom 11
o'clock
n4l night that there was a tiro on
tho whaler Oayhead. Captain KiYo
of tho tug Elou blow tho whistle for
his crow and tho tug was got in
readiness to go out to the assistauco
of the distressed ship. Capt. Shoroy,
master of tho Gayhoad, who was
staying nt tho Arlington, aucom
pauied by Captain King, Minister
of tho Inferior, Major J. C. Potter,
Captain Fuller, haibor master, and
Deputy Marshal A. M. Brown, went
out to tho vcepoI. A launch from
the U. S. flagship Philadelphia also
wont out with a party of bluejackets
in charge of Lieutenant Werlich.
Near i n g tho vessel volumes of
smoke could be seen issuing from
the hold. Streams of water wero
poured into tho hold, as the fire
could not be located Tho deck was
heated. Filially it was decided to
tow tho whaler into port, where the
fire engines could get at hor.
Deputy Marshal Brown cnino in
ahead ou tho Philadelphia launch.
Iu tho meant imo Chief Engineer
Hunt had preparations made for
sending No. 1 engine to the wharf.
Tho tug towed tho whaler into port
aud sho was moored near the Pacific
Mail wharf, in tho tug's berth. En
gine No. 1 was stationed on tho
wharf and after some time turned
one stream aud later two into the
vussol. A faint cloud of smoke was
issuing from the vessel, but no lire
was visible. Tho hold was iloodod
with water aud the engine kopt
working uutil after 2 o'clock, when
tho vessel had listed to starboard,
with her bow pointing Ewa-way to
tho wharf, aud tho vessel sottled on
tho bottom. Tho wator was thou
pumped out again.
There is not much dnuiago from
the fire, the inside of the hold only
being charred and blackened by
smoke. There is small damage from
water.
At 10:30 o'clock Captain Shoroy
decided to have his vessel pulled oir
and called iu the assistance of Cap
tain Rico and tho tug Eleu. It be
iug high tide and the placo where
tho whalor was being a sandy bot
tom, it was thought tho Oayhead
would como off easily. A hawsor
was fasteued to tho whaler's bow
aud after laboring for half au hour
without success tho hawser was
transferred to tho vessol's storu.
Tho Eleu tugged uutil after 11
o'clock, when eho gave it up, thj
tide having receded.
Captain Shoroy is positive that
tho lire was the result of incen
diarism. Ho was very indiguaut
and stated that ho would fiud out
who the man is boforo ho leaves
port. Auotber trial will bo made to
get tho whaler off at high tido to
morrow. American Legion of Honor.
Tho installation of ofllcors of Ha
waiian Council No. (!39, American
Legion of Honor, wai held last even
ing at their lodge room, on King
street. Tho ceremony was perform
ed by tho Doputy Supremo Com
mander. Tho otlicers for tlio ensuing
torm aro:
Commander, A. E. Murphy.
Vico-Commautler, h E. Nicolls.
Orator, P. Pock.
Secretary, J. F. Eokardt.
Collector, T. S. Douglass.
Treasurer, Chas. Ilustaco.
Chaplaiu, Geo. P. Castle.
Ouiuo, Sam'l Ledorer.
Sentry, Ilobt. French.
Warden, John McDonald.
Tho order is in a healthy and good
condition.
Read tho followiug oxtraet from a
letter of Chas. M. Uutfuld, of Keed
ley, Fresno Co., Cal.: ''It is with
pleasure I toll you that by ono day's
uso of Chamborlain's Cough remody
I was relioved of a very sovoro cold.
My head was completely stopped up
and I could not sleep at night. 1
can recommend this remody." A
cold nearly always starts iu tho hoad
I aud afterwards extends to tho throat
anil lungs. By using this remody
' freely as soon as tho cold has boon
contracted it will euro tho cold at
once and prevent it from extending
' to tho lungs. For sale by all dealers.
1 Benson, Smith &i Co., agents for tho
1 Hawaiian Islands.

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