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VPOLUQT r w ;f?& ("yt "; 1JWtW Mr" . "- - $F1 Sfl"P ' ' iVtiat f pil!ti Cttw H V ''.nrtmO THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 16. 1805. t9wragg "pp sMe'-- - & . w ;2N Ii'JCAl. A?TD rtKMTJ.RAJ. RWH ' The steamer W. Q. Hall brouxht no sugar tbin trip. Plonty of rain U reiiorted along the coast of Kan, Hawaii. Squad 8, Citizens' Guard, is called to a meetinj; to morrow -vpuing. Invitations are out for tho regi mental hop of the National Guards. Ilarrv Cooper returned by tho W. G. Hall from a three wwlji' vacation in Kau. . Thorn were ten cm. of drunken ness lirtforn DMrict Maistnto Perry this morulmr. Mrs Ball, wife of tho boalbulldor, wdl joiu lior hmband by llio next steamer from the Coist. Ilarrv G. Tread way has beon ap- fi loiii'od superintendent, of tho Ka ibi leper receiving station. A Chinaman was sentenced to pay a fine of 75 in the DUtriuL Court to-d&y for opium in possession. Key. V. H. Kilcat joi to Maui thiti evening lor a ton days' missiou to the Anglican communion there. Mr. Giffard, Ft-cretary, calls the annual mooting of the Hawaiian Joeky Club for April 2d at the PacifioClub. Golf has beon introduced iu Flo tiolulu. It is pitted at Puuahou Dear tho college. This is a favorite Scottish summer game. E. C. Winston, the well-known hog merchant, left by the schooner Aloha this moruiug for San Fran cisco for another lot of hogs. A heavy shower of rain fell during tho night, continuing until morning, gladdening the heart of Superin tendent Brown of the Water Works. Commissioner Marsdeu says that, whilo oyster fatten bettor in shal low thau in deep wator, the placo for them to spawn is in deep water. Preparations are twing made by the Japanese for a grand demonstra tion upon the receipt of nows of the conclusion of victorious poace with China. Sam NowltMti is said to have gain ed in sizo since he has been living in Lahaina. A panenger by the W. G. Hall says he has got quite "pot bellied." Captain J. A. King, Minister of the Interior, has been made an hono rary member of tho Pacific Tennis Club, iu recognition of his kindness to the organization. Tho battalion of thoU.S S. Phila delphia did uot land for drill this moruiug, owing to tho inclement weather. The battalion will laud on Friday morniug. Mrs. Nowlein. wife of Sam Now loin, leader of the late rebellion, has been very ill during the pat week. Dr. McLennan is attending her. Mr. Nowloin is iu Lahaina. Hook Ngeo, Chinaman, was found murdered at Kamaoh, Maui. His head bore several frightful wounds. A native named Kukelemai has boon arrested for the crime. Pauls, one of tho doortors from the ship T. F. Oakes, secured a berth on tho bark Triton to-day. Ho was released from custody on condition that he leavn tho country. The quarterly meeting of the Board oi Trustees of the Queen'B Hospital will bo held to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock, at the room of the Chamber of Commerce. Tho Customs ofllcera are to be given a treat. Each member of the ard-worked fraternity will be given throo weeks' vacation. T. P. Sevorin loavos soon for Maui to recuperate. Don't forget that Captain Coch rane is going to give anothor illus trated lecturo on Saturday oveniug next. There will bo ohoico musin an before and a change of lantern slides. , Unltod Carriage Company's stand, besides having superior hacks al ways roady at the call of "200," fur nishes lino livery outfits at the short est notioo good horses and nice car riages, from buggy to wagonette. China Engine House is to bo fitted up for the station of tho chemical ongiue. Tho Cbineso compauy fol lows the rest of the voluuteer firo department, after two years lono ex istence, into history. G. II. Harrison, praoi.ie.il piano and organ maker uud timer, an fur nisti Iwst fv'ory refornncos. Orderc iwl' at Hr.vd.ian News Co. will ro o . prompt attention All work rfti'uanierd i b tlu nam h done in (Vmiorv. George I. Parker, the health agout who was arrested a little while back for extorting money from Japauooo women, was released to-day, tho case being dropped. Parker Inn lost his position aud this U uousiderod suili cient punishment. At the Woman's Board meeting ' in Central Union Church yesterday, Miss Abo), who came tip by tho Morning Star, gave some interest , ing information regarding the na I tives of Micronesia, showing various ' articles of their costume. J If you want your watch repaired. If you want Jewelry made up neatly. If you want souvenir poonn, or any- i rhiL'g iu the jewelry line. II. G. , 1 Uiart, at C. GeitzV store, Fort street, is your man. Ho was for ton years the practical watchmakor for Wen I ner & Co. A largo number of Chinese haro ! already taken out passports at the ' Custom Uoue to leave by the S. S. j Coptic for China on tho .30th iust. Quite a crowd were refused passage I by tho S. S. China on her last trip, i on account, of every available room , ! being taken up. In noticing Saturday night's on tortainmout mention of the playing ! of the Kussiau national anthem and ''Sarafan1' by Professor Merger's or chestra was inadvertently omitted, j It was one of the best musical inter- ' hides of tho evening and was render ed in connection with the Czar's ; coronation views. If you want to buy a really good clock or watch at Coast prices in- j peer, the stock of Brown & Kubey, ! at No. 4. Masonic Temple; there you j will find I he largest variety in Ho- ' nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks aud watches sold on weekly and monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy maku a specialty of rubbor stamps. MR. ABU FORD'S OA8E. 1 ettoi of Explanation from Deputy Marshal. tho Editor Bolxktin: Au article appearing iu your issue of tho 15lh, headed "V. V. Ashford'a Caso," is misleading to such au ex tent that I deem it my duty to call juur niiiMitiuu iu a low lacm cuu cerniug the samo. To begin with, Mr. Ashford is not yet pardoned, he is still a prisoner in tho custody of the Marshal and whilo he remains as such, must be treated as such. Tho express con dition of the pardon is, that it shall take effect from the date of his (Ashford's) departure from tho Ha waiian Islands. Pending his departure ho is to be under tho surveillance of au oil! cor, to come aud go, however, as he pleases and trausact suuh business as he wishes to. Prior to Mr. Ashford's conviction, as your article states, he was allowed to havo his own physiciau, Dr. Brodie. After his conviction, ac cording to prison regulations, he came under the treatment of tho regular prison physiciau. Theso re gulations do, however, admit private medical attendance, aud in Mr. Ash ford's case, upon proper representa tions being made, Dr. Brodie was still continued as his physiciau, and I acted as such up to the time of his I departure from th country. After Dr. Brodie left, Drs. Wood aud Miner attended Mr. Ashford. The pardou will be delivered to Mr, Ashford whenever it takes eilect, that is, when he departs from these shores. Yours truly, A. M. Brown, Deputy Marshal Marshal's Office, Honolulu, April 10, 1893. Takeu tha Oath The following-uamed havo taken the oath to support the Constitu tion: C. P. K. Karar.a and M. B. K. Rose, Hawaiian; A. Juliauon, Fin land; Wm. M. Smith, British; H. L. Shaw and Robert S. Andrews, Ameri can; Wm. Becker, August Spillner, German; Msguil Diego, Antone Silva, Joe Frailer, Emanuel Cordira, John Rodriguea aud Emanuel Ben erito, Portuguese. BQUAD 8, ATTENTION. rpiIKKE WIU. HE A MKKTINO OK L 8ciiml 8, CitUons' Guard, at tli O. It. it Ij. Co depot, to-moTOiT (Wtilnrsduy) eveulne at 7:30. A lull attendance Ih ro iiiiosted. 1315-JC PEK OKDRIt COMM1TTKIC. MEETING NOTICE. rpHE ANNUAL MKKTINO OK THE X Hawaiian Jockkt Oluu will tuko ila:e nt the 1'aoUlo Club on MONDAY. April 2, UW, at 7:"0 o'clock r. u. All ueiiibOM re reiiueitnl Iu bo prtaent, as niatitrs of Iniponai ce will ba brought ba. foro tho meeung. W M. GIKKAHI), 13J5-UI Hecro ary H. J. f. NOTICE." Dl'KINO MY TEMl'OUAUY AH nencfl from tlicao lsian h, Mr. E. I. K(iilillni! will net iimlfr full power ol nt- I turney fur lliu Hank of C'lutis Spreckfln it Co. WM. U. IRWIN. Honolulu, April 1, Ib'J.J. VMU2w NO I'lOE. DUltINU MY AIISEXOi: KHOM THE Huwiiilun Iulamlx, Mr WhIUt M. UlU'ii'd will net for mo In all mutters of lnialucm. unJer lull puwor of ntionioy WM. G. 1KW IN. Honolulu, April 4, 1805. 12W-2w 0 I aO0, .AflIRS' COLUMN. Every once in a while we have something that wo feel like making a run on ; not he cause wo are overstocked, but because we recognize good valuu in tho goods for the Purchaser. WHITE AND OR KM K COTTON DRESS GOODS, WIIITK A'D CRKME COTTON DRESS GOODS. We find it pays us to often let with goods go for less than the market price; it brings trade and gives general satisfaction to buyers. Tins wkeic and until EastT wo are going to offer WHITE AND CItEMR COTTON DHESS GOODS, WHITK rtND CIIEMK COTTON DUESS GOODS, at 15 cents a yard. Wo havo always sold this same Hue of goods at 25 cents a yard. We know of nothing that will make up prettier for Easter and arc satisfied that if you will only look at somo of the patterns, you will ap preciate our offr. New goods and good goods. B. P. EIILBHS & CO. Jewelry ! Our stock of Spring Goods is acknowledged by everybody to bo tho finest on the Honolulu market, and consists of everything Useful and Ornamental. Our prices are moderate. Jewelry in special designs manufactured to order on short notice. JACOBSEM & PFEIPFEK, I. O. lnx tt)7. 1'ort HtrcoU Daily liulUtin ol) erutu prr mouiA, EASTKR OPENING OF1 Fine Millinery K3sr DIKKOT IMPOKTATION rS55 PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS WILL BE ON EXHIBITION Saturday, Monday and Tuesday 2arclv 23d, 23t3a. a-ad. SStlx. t -AST .EST. SL S-A.O.P3LS' 520 Dfort St - - Honol-ulu Ladies are Cordially Invited to Attend. WHAT IS HOME WXTHCOTJT HIRES' ROOT BEER? Thin great temperance beverage is pru- eminently a homo requisite for homo making and homo drinking. It makes you feel better and do better. Tho genuine Hires' Root Beer makes tho children happy and giveH the grown up folks the vigor of youth. It's a real home comfort. Drink it for your health's sake. K3s" One Package makes 5 Gallons of a delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink. Kg Ask your utorekeeper for it. Mado only by tho Ciiaulks E. IIihks Co., Philadel phia, U. S. A. ITestlmorLisils : "I ihul a Krent relief iu drinking your Root Deer, us I imve boon troubled with dyttpepsiu, and should feel very forry if I could not keep mysulf supplied with it. I drink it when it is fermented. It. F. bcorr, t!.rl'J Meredith St., I'liihulelpuiti, I'd., U. S. A." "I have tucil your Uoot Beer for over n year, nd I llnd it not only u liu.dllilul beverage, but it rtimulutes tint Hlumarh, I ubo bo much of it that I buy it by the dozen at a tinio Jno. O. Lkbtku, Primary School, No. 0, U'Jth Ht. Cor. 2d Ave., N. Y. City, U. H. A." - JOBBERS: HoimoN Dnuo Company Wholesale Druggist Benson, Smith & Company HoLLiBTKit Ditua Company, Ltd. .. . Lkwi8 & Company Grocerb The Favorite Gurney Refrigerators and Ice Chests; REVERE GARDEN HOSE! THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD. l'OBT THEET, UONOLULU. BY