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HONOLULU, H. 1., FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 18!5.
PRICE 5 CKNTS.
v VOL. JX. NO. 1312.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
HUNTED and published
tXCin 8DKDAY BY TUB
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THE mm BOLLM
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ud Fivk I)i.LAbi to KiirlK HurwrrUr
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Coniiny, Limited, at Its tithcti, Mmj-
chant elrect, Honolulu. Hawaiian I. j
anils. Dnnlel Inn, editor, rn!dfn on
Alskra street. Honolulu (orttrld
Address lettar lor thn paimr " Kdtlot i
bulletin," ami rmsnifss nHwri .Managrr
Dally Hullstln I'ublifliiiiK Company."
Usinc u DurnuDn! AildrrnB ninr cans dtduv
to Stlriltlim. !
IKTORTIRS AMP IKAI.KBS lit LtTMRZB AND
ALL BUNDS or UOILDIHU MaTKMAUJ.
Fort Htrert, Houolnln.
H. HAOKFKLD CO.
GbISOAL COMMIH8!OK Aobnts.
Corner Fort and (Jarcn bu-fet. Hun m, I
TSO. S. BatlTHIEH.
AUCTIOHKEB AMD GENERAL BOSINESSAOKNT.
Mahakona, Kohala, Hawaii.
HAHurACTURino Jxwklkr and Watch
maker. Kukul Jewelry a specialty. l'anlrajr
attention paid to all kinds of rtfnalri
Campbell Block, Mercbnnt Street.
HONOLULU IKON W0BK8,
Btbam Knuimh, trcjAR Mimji. Boilim,
Coolim. Iron. llRAta and Lrad
Machinery of Kvery Deacrlpllon Made to
Order, l'artlcalar attention pAM tr Hliij.'
BlnckKtuillilnx. Job Work eiccnted at
Atlas Assurance Go.
lAivrit t ' iio.ow.ouo,
B. W. 60HMiT)T & SONS.
City Carmage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel BU.
- DOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Flae CarrtagoH & Civil Drivers
To be had at all hours.
J. S. ANDRADK,
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Cor. Allan & Port 8t., Honolulu.
HOMJSTFR A CO.,
look At This
I and Smile
Fine Soft Kid Button
Boot, now diamond tip
and .Spanish arch, only
Cut of Sight !
Elegant French Kid Ox-
' ford, Pump sole, patent
; back stay, for
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THK Al BTEAM8HI1'
WILL LEAVK UONOLULU
FOB TUB ABOVB PORT OB
Saturday, April 13th,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The unilerslpneil are now prepared to
Isatie Through TIcketH from this City to all
point" In the United Htnt.
tW For furttit-r partiuulark rrgardlnn
FrelKhl or I'hhkiil-p. apply to
WM. U. IKWIN .V ').. L'n.
1.10 0 U-nnrHl Avt-nln
Fqt 3le or Lse
THR VAI.UAUI 15 llltniF.HTY ON
Qienn Hirrut known n ' Jnlin lloln.
IioN'k' TlirH nrt" Vivo L'ottHues on l lie
jiri-p ity nn I r.-om f"r two or tli ch murH
A j?" d Investninit for it eron who can
liUu perfconxl intention l" Hei'Uring triiuum
hi d L'l.'itliiR rcnti For tnrthrr punt
culra nnt'ly to J. . HAUTKH,
!! noln'u. April a. t U . 1301-lw
S. 1. SU AW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor.
HKM. TKI.KPHONK 4HI.
HOUSE & LOT
Ornfrof HerMnnln and I'pnnecla
btrretB.epiioiiHu thu Ico Worku.
far- Inqniro at IIdu.itin Oulce.
hi.. Z J.
;S $2 50. h
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People Who Write
on typewriters marvel
that busy business men
stil1 clin: to the pen pro
cess. The biir-iti si man
u'-inif u typewriter would
not voluntarily leturn to
the old nieihod, bec.m'-e
he can ' tuin oft more
work, of a better quality,
and with Ics ilTutt on
Tfia M Who Ntv-:r
Ustd a Tyinwriter
believes the task of V irn
mg to wiitu a diilicult
ami hopi'le.-s one. 'I ry.
Others have learned ; you
can. Your lirsr attempt
Mill probably ri'vciil the
fact tint you do f,s4er
work with tlm en.
'I hat's qmto natural ;
yiu are ju-t lcarttinr.
i ur lKXt t ial will Mir
prisu you. Your linem
io the right keH in
htinetivily. It becomes
easier and you will then
biiu to r alizo the use
fulness and benefit of a
CHOICE 0? A TTIEWR1TER
will either make or mar
yniir Miiting happiii'S.
F. r the l-usim-hs man
desiring a machine, that
comb lies spei d, durabi
lity, dues perfect work,
and lastly, has the easiest
keyboard to learn, buy
T is typuwiiti r stands at
the head. It has all ihu
Let me r-how you a
T. W. H0BR0N, Agent.
7,- --.; w w
ST. GEORGE S EVE
Monday, April 22.
SONS 0FS1 GEORGE
Will hnvo ono of tliflr I'lensnnt Socluls
at 8 o'clock In iliu evcnlnu.
Ticket, Lady and Ooutleraan, $1.00
First ConHlymo'it of HOCK J1EK11
air vtd nt
From thu Friv!irirlrMrv llrcwlni; Co.
of Ban Jose, Ciil,
1.VU WM. OUNNIN01IAM. Iw
1IO YEN KUK & CO.,
41 Ntmaim HtrHMi
Tinsmiths, PlnmbinQ, Etc.
OBOOKKUY and OLABHWAHB.
Wiirrgas, "Sin. L. Ukickc of Gl Mtr-1
chant St rent, and well-known iu '
Honolulu, did complain, boforo a '
larK audienro mi Monday night '
Iaot in tli old Armorv, on tho cor- J
tier of Di'retnulfi nnu Puuchbowl
Street?, t lint Ithuiitnatitun hml
li"uu torturing liim for tho prist
I 30 yearc, Mr. Beielto slated that
5m had tried even tiling ho know
of to obtain relief hut all endotl in
fnilure, SnyUAii upon hcini; np
. plied to, iiimiodintely MiUKested
' that tho Ivlieiinmtiniii had been in
ixisj-ensioii (juittt loiip nnoiii h, and
proceeded to imo it notice tn quit
hy npplyiui.' the, Sciji'Aii On. to
tho paits blllicted ami in thu pro-
Fence of a nuuiher of KtMitlinen
from tint audtenco relieved thu
MdlWer from his torture; and,
' Wm.nBAS, the 8.iid Mr. Ueicke, pre-
Vumim lo tluMrettineut, could not.
walk witliou't tho aid of a stout
slick, i now to be peeu about town
M lively as a kitten, fueling as
pleased as adoitih two tails.
Others bosfdes tho abovo hax'o re-
coived th patno wonderful relief
and Sequaii's famo is spreading
far aud near.
Cripple with llhmitniti'in aro
dow pouriug into tlm old Armory
J overyMveninjr, whero Seqcaii lectures '
at, 7::!0. All invited. Sa.tts provided.
National Bind iu attoudauce. Ad-
1 mission free.
Seouaii attends at tho old
Armory each day at .') o'clock for
sale of his Remedies aud to receive
persons who wish to undergo his
IKSFor your own benefit,
come, see, hear and judge for
You may have
many hours of comfort by not
Take tho hint. Don't buy
MEETING OF COUNCILS.
Pardon of V. V. Aahford --Dlamiaaal
of Dtaloynl Employees.
There wm a nieetiuj,' of I ho E.vs
fnlive and Advisory Councils yester
day aftetmon to fate for tho Bi'r
let in' pros
Minister Hatch nuhmittrd a unani
mons recoiuinuudalinn from tho
Executive Council for tho par
don of V. V. Aehford on condition
that ho leavo tho country never to
return. In nnsner to Mr. Euimo
luth it was Mated Hint Mr. Ashfurd's
fine had not been paid.
Dr. Woo l Mateo that thn prisoner
had an nfTeciion of the spine which
would r.uU fatally if ho did not no
to anollier oil ma to lor treatuiont.
upon a iiioiion uy .Mr. Toiiiicy,
ty -Mr. bun, t lie Councils
ly approved of tho
Minister Hatch net submitted a
report of the Incentive Council ou
tho matter of the loyally of Uoveru
nient employees. It laid down
loyally to the K-public n an csmo
tial (prilineatiou of liuldim; cilice.
Yet the Executive could not adopt
tho U'"t preseribed by the petition
eri, nane-ly, sertiee in lho inilitay,
police or citV.oie' ftnrd prior to
January (J, 1S1).. S nut) hail applied
for m-inlier-liip iu military nru'in
izttions and b-eti refused. Others
had olll ml duties that would pre
vent, their solving el-euliere than ab
their rejuhr posts of iluty inca'o of
war. Beside, tho eilizoun' unrd
was started as a secret ori;an!ztiou.
Some HuplociH were members of
th iliw.'iiiau Uxpublicau Club,
which had placed iti-elf on record in
favurof thu Upublio aud against
restoration of tho mouarchy, aud
this orKaui.ation tustle a H''1"'"'!
rally to tli" help of tho Gorerumont
imuiediately alter tho opening of
Aipentpd to tho report was n
detailed statement of results of in
veMiations of th cases of suspected
or aeeus-d omployees. Three hail
Icon discharged from the Health
bureau, three from tho Tax olllce,
one from the Survey bureau aud ono
from the Interior tteparttueut otllcc.
Morris Keohokalolo would lxt dis
charged from the Interior olllce, hia
reason for not jtinini; any orgauizi
tiou Itejnt; that he had always avoid
ed politics Chief clerk lfassiuuer
led guarded IVail Harbor penin
sula during tho trouble and would
Chief Jti'lice Judd had replied to
Minuter Hatch's note, iiupiiriug
aliout the lofalty of employees of
the Judiciary Department. His re
ply was to the elled that ho was
sal i-fi-d with the loyally of all tho
employees, and, as representing tho
appointing authority iu his depart
ment, he did not acknowledge tho
lightof tho Executive to interrogate
him upon the mattt r.
There was a dim-ii'sinn over tho
acceptance of the report forthwith
or delating it for further considera
tion. Tlci report was laid ou the
table till next mottling. Iu thn
conrsn of the tli'cusion Mr. Einmo
lutti sptik of lho ''rt'ttenutH-s of tho
Interior Department," ami before
the close of the meeting Minister
King demanded an explanation qf
the expression, Mr. Emmcluth io
reply apologized to tho Minister for
lh insulting language.
Minister King read a report of tho
Fito Commissioners ou tlw petition
of China huiduo Co. against tho
decision to disband it. Tho com
pany had helped t put out throe
tires ou' of eighteen. Tho petition
of the company was sent to tho
Commissioners without recommend
ation, Dr. Wo d introduced a petition
from tlie physicians ami druggists
asking for a change in tho alcohol
law, the same as had been tabled
altera long controversy under tho
Provisional Government. It was re
ferred to the Judiciary Committee.
Thu Councils adjourned at 5:15.
Persons who are subject toattaek
of bilious colio will bo pleased to
know that prompt relief may be had
by Inking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera anil Diarrhoji ltemedy. It
auts quickly ami can always bo do
ponded upon. To many cases tho
n'tack may be prevented by taking,
this remedy as soon as the first indi
cation of the diseae appears. 25
aud DO cent bottles, for sale )j nil
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.