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Wc hao leoclvcd a Iresh lino of
Crosso & Blnckwoll's & J. T. Morton's Conned & Bottled Goods
Direct from England ex Urlllsh bark Ulenijabor, comprising In part:
. Bottloi Mixed Pickles,
" Cham Cham,
" White Onions,
" Pi03erved "West India dinger,
" Spanish Olives,
Handsome Vnscj Hoy.il Tnblu Sauce,
" " John Hull Saucu,
Bottle Walnut Catnip,
" Qrceiiitujci in fayrup,
" Keel Currants hi Syrup,
" Candled Orange Peel,
" " Oltroti Peel,
" Pudding Haislns,
llb tins Jordau Almonds,
" Filed EeU.
J.lb tins Fresh Cod Roes,
,1 quart Bottles Suited Ilurtlngs,
' Earthen Jura Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Bottles White und Ulaek Pepper,
" Zauto Currants,
7-1 b tins Seotclnueal,
Jan Table Salt,
- 2,-lb tins Green Tea Soup,
" Julicuno Soup,
Mock Turtle Soup,
" Oiblct Soup,
" MullaRatawny Soup, ..
jiomea mum uurry I'owiier,
2l"& 2-lb tins Jams and Jellies, assorted,
L.VPAtn nt nil kin. la
jgl'atu oi all kinds,
jgl.lb tins Oarraway Secdi,
Bottles Tomato Conserve,
Truffled Pato do fols Gra,
Tlns Whole Hoaat Grouse,
C-," Sago and Onions,
" Halford's English Curried Fowl,
" English Asparagus,
llb tins Mince Meat,
2-lb tins Spiced Beef,
Bottles Capers, 2 and 4 oz.,
' Lib tins Carrots,
. " Onions,
, " Boiled Mutton,
" Stewed Kidneys,
" Boast Veal,
Cocoa and Milk,.
Symington' Pea Flour,
Epps if to Jlb Packages Cocoa,
Oakley Knife Polish,
1-lb tins Flake Tapioca,
Coleman's Mustard In tins and bottles,
Day &. Martin's Shoe Paste,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia nnd Brigantinc Consuelo, n complete line of
iTAFLlS AINU FANCY GKOCEKIEs?,
All which wo oiler at icaEoaable price;?.
SatlMraction nurnutei'il, niut (Joodt dclivercil to all pnrtN of Honolulu.
FHESlf ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, received by each trip of the
O. S. S. Co.'s Steamers by
(Formcily with Samuel Nott).
Imioi'lex unci Dealer iii
STOVES, CHAESDELQERS, LAMPS,
CItOOKEHY, GLASSAVAHE, HOUSE FUKN1SHING HAKDWAltE,
AGATE IHON AND TINWAHE.
Agent EalPs Bafe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
t3r Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposito Spreckels U Co.'s Bank. tSa
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE'
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in Now Designs,
Fiom tho very bes makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete Wtoclc oi" GoocIm In I3vry L.Iue.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
Executed with neatness and dispatoh
fliuuaiBu wAiu iiuuuiess nua cuspaioa
At the Dailv Bulletin Office
r. 0. Box 207.
Boltles Sklnner'u Mang.) ltelldi,
" long Hcd Chillies,
" Jlnyonuniso Sauce,
" Callsfoot Jelly,
" French Olive,
llatidsomo Vns.es China Soy,
" " Soho Sauce,
Bottles Muthtooui Cilpitp,
" Chvrilcs in Syiup,
" l'eais " "
" Black Ciunints In Sirup,
" Candled Lemon Peel,
" Crystallized FruiH,
" Turkey Figs',
Lib tins Curried Lobstcij,
" Slewed He-K
Yt lb tins Fillets of Soles,
jfnrthen Jaw Ploater Patc,
Small Jars Capt. While's Mullagatawny
I!oltle Orounil Spleci,
l'lnt Monies Mali. Vinegar,
Sill) Denial French Piuius,
Pint Dotilo Momscrrat Lime Juice,
2-lb tlu Oravy Soup,
" Crossy Soup,
" Palestine Sou),
" Oy Cheek Soup,
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" Yeml-un Soup,
Tini Oxford Sautagc,
Bottles Pickled Hod Cabbage,
' Collared Ox Tongues,
Bottlcj Lea iV: l'eiriu'a Ocuulno Worccs
Bottles Kcngnl Club Chutney,
" French Trunks,
Tins Whole Koast Partridges,
" " ' Pheasants,
" Preserved Mushrooms,
" Beef Marrow Fat,
Mdli tins Arrowroot,
'Una lieal Vurmouth Bloatcis,
" Fiench Muslirooms,
Phlllipc & Ciinaud's Petit Pns,
Lib tins Parsnips, Mb tins Turnips,
" Freh Tripe,
' Alnmodo lieef.
" Boiled Mutton,
" llui loot Mutton,
" Cdffhcad, ditto Honst Mutton,
Boiled Beef; " Boiled "
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate and Milk,
Ksenco Collee, Patent Gloats,
Van llouton's Cocoa, . Sz J;Mb tins,
,'f & ' Mb tins Coeoaliua,
1-Ib tliis Pearl Sago,
" Ground lflce,
" Cambridge Sausaqci,
Day fc Martin's Lieiuld Shoo Blacking,
ft gnUji gwlUiin,
WEDNESDAY. Al'lllli 1U. 1887.
M. Ktlounrd Kuivu, ho has been
unrolled among the fqiiy innnortals
of Franco, to the groat joy of his
journalistic htelliiou of nil Hluuloit or
opiniuivns horn in the Jslnnd of
lieiinion in 18;!o. llisoontributions
to literature in book form have been
meager and intermittent, his only
considerable voik being n careful
exposition of the Irish question, "Ln
disc Iilandaisc," which did not
please thu l'lirncllilcs, because it
wis htiongly tiuctuied with AVhig
gcry. It helped, however, with his
"Pago d'llisloire Conteiiiiioraiue,"
u study of Knglish political life, to
pave the way for its author'a eleva
tion to thu coveted rank of uendemi
cian. Hut the chief triumphs of
the new immortal have been won in
journalism. After brilliant studies
in the Normal School, where he ob
tained n prize for philosophy, 31.
Hervo contributed ailiclcson foreign
politics to the Jievni' Contempt)
rtiinc, and then joined tiie Courrier
du Dimundic with Trcvost Pnradol,
passing thence to the Tempt, Dur
ing thu campaign directed by the
Empire against the press 31. llcrve
wrote for the Jleuuo dr. Gchovc, but
when the storm was over he founded
tho Journal del'uris with his friend
and fellow-normalian J. J. "Weiss.
It was in this paper that he attracted
tho attention both of the Emperor
and of 31. Thiers, and llnnly estab
lished his reputation. During the
Commune 31. Ilervc was "wanted"
by thu Communist Prefect of Toliee.
Itnonl Rigault. A crowd of un
washed Fedciais went to his olllcc in
the Ituo Coq Heron, where the
Journal da 1'aris was published,
and the coucicric of the houc, a.
woman, warned the staff. 31. Ilervc
and his colleague, 31. Teste, imme
diately walked out of the house, arm
in arm, and passed boldly through
the Communist ranks without being
recognized. Had it not been for his
pioscnceof mind on that occasion
the daiing editor would have been
shot with the hostages, forty-eight
hours afterward, in thu prison of La
Roquctlc. In 1877 31. Ilervc founded
the Orlcanist Soldi, a half-penny
journal, which, thanks to his admin
istrative ability, has become a suc
cess in spite of its cheapness. He
loo rarely wiitcs in it now, but his
occasionally brief leaders are made
up of political syllogisms, which
march through their majors and
minors to their conclusions with an
irresistible air of conriction and a
logical directness that would have
dcliqhtcd.Archbishop Whately. 31.
Ilcrve's syllogisms, indeed, helped!
to overturn 31. Thiers on 3Iay 21,
1873, and led lo the discomfiture of
the Comte do Chamboard when he
wanted to restore the white Hag
after the reconciliation between tho
Orleanisls and Legitimists, brought
about by tho visit of the Comte do
l'aiis to Frohsdorf. 31. Ilcrve's
ardor in tho cause of tho Otlcanists
led to an exchange- of amenities be
tween himself and 31. Edmond
About, which resulted in a duel,
wherein tho latter was wounded in
the arm. The new academician is a
rather tall, well made man, with
sallow complexion and shaven face,
which gives him somewhat tho ap
pearauco of a priest. In his early
days lie was called Prince Charmant
by the ladies. He is still very
active, but his health is none of the
best, and ho is almost as frequently
to bo met at Arcachon or Cauterels,
or some such place, as in Paris.
From his father, who was a piofessor
in tho College of St. Denis, in the
Island of Reunion, he inherited a
taste for mathematics, and from his
mother, a Uieton lady, a bent toward
music. With John Lemoinno he
will bo the only academician of tho
present day who has won his palms
through journalism alone, for his few
published works have merely served
to consolidate his reputation as a
polemical writer. Paris Corr. Lon
HOW THE SUEZ CANAL IS WORKED.
A writer in Tim Saturday Jlevicio
describes how tho tralllc along the
Suez Canal is directed nnd con
trolled from tho otllco atTerrcplein,
near Suez. The number of ships
in the canal at the same time is
sometimes very great. On tin, 8th
of December last, for examples,
llftecu btcamcrs cleared the canal,
of which seven were outward bound.
On the previous day nine ships
cleared, and on the following day
seven, so thnt during the 8th some
thirty ships were probably at one
time in the canal. Sometimes there
aio ns many as forty, and nil are
completely under tho control of tho
French gentleman sitting at his
desk in an upper chambci at Tcrrn
plcin. The method of woikingis
exceedingly simple. Against the
wall at one sido of the room is a
narrow shelf or platform, along
which runs a groove. At inloivalsthis
trough or grove has deep recesses,
nod at two places these recesses are
of larger size. This trough or grove
represents the canal. Tho recesses
are thu slidings. Tho larger inter
vals are tho Great Hitter Lake and
Lake Tiiusoh. Whon a vessel has
been signaled and is about to enter
tho canal at, Bay, tho Suez end, a
small toy boat or model, l) or 4
inches long is chosen to represent
her. A group of these model ships
&tnnds ready beside tho model canal,
each furnished witti a Hag. About
fnrdr lini'n tlm li'n ' h (.r Inn ni' i
dozen the French Hag, nnd so on
with other nationalities. As the
Hlcaincr comes up and her name is
known il is wiittcn on paper and
placed on the toy boat. The whole
number of ships tints actually in the
canal at any moment can be seen ul
n glaueo; and, as tho telegraphic
signals give notice, tho toy boats
are moved along, or placed in it
siding, or shown traversing one of
tho lakes at full speed. Signals are
sent from tlw olllcc to thu various
"garcs" prescribing the siding at
which eacli ship must stop to lot
another meet and pass it. The
olllcial who is on duty keeps the
models moving as he receives
notice, taking care when perhaps
two ships going in opposite direc
tions are both neaiing tho same sid
ing to give timely warning to the
pilots in charge by means of the
signal-balls and Hags at each station
under his control fiom the olllcu and
to direct which of tho two is to lie
up and which to proceed. Marring
accidents, the wholo arrangement
goes like clock work; thecleik can
read off in a moment the name,
tonnage, nationality, draught and
actual situation of every steamer ;
he can tell what pilot she has on
hoard, what is her breadth of beam,
what rate she is moving at, and
every thing else which has to be
known about her; and lie is able
without an effort lo govern all her
movements, to prescribe, to place
where &hc is to pass tho night, and
the hour at which she ! to get un
der way in the morning, although
ho docs not see her, and probably
never saw her in his life. The fees
which vessels pay for passing
through the canal arc often enor
mous. Some of the large liners of
the Peninsula and Oriental, or the
Orient service pay as much as
C 1,800 in making a single transit.
For every passenger half a napoleon,
or 8 shillings -1 penco is charged.
Three-fourths of the ships that go
through the canal are English.
0. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu Irom San Francisco.
Alameda April 1G
Australia 3Iay 1
Mariposa. 31ay 11
Australia June 1
Zealandia June 11
Australia June 29
Alameda July 9
Australia July 27
3Iariposa August G
Austiaiia -. August 21
Zealandia September !5
Australia September 21
Alameda October 1
Austiaiia October 19
3fariposa October 29
Australia November 1(5
Zealandia November 2G
Australia December 1 1
Alameda December 2-1
Leaves Honolulu (or San Francisco.
Zealandia 3 fay G
Australia 3Hiy 1 1
Alameda June .'5
Australia June 8
.Mariposa July 1
Australia July G
Zealandia July 29
Australia August 3
Alameda August 2G
Australia August 111
3Iariposa September 20
Australia September 28
Zealandia October 21
Australia October 2(!
Alameda .November IS
Australia November 2!I
3Iariposa December 1(5
Australia .December 21
Zealandia (1888) January 13
soared of both
,tl(J:j;mth every Holt,
1. 1815. Kami for
l'mn l'iimi lilnr Vi .
il.lr-. MAONETIO ELASTIC TRUSS CO.,
;" MUU UAWA.AX& H.nUbli D.i JJUIU, JJ.U,
704 HAO'HTENTO BT BAN FBANOIBUO OAT.
Feb. 8, '87.
New Goods !
New Fashions !
Mr. L. B. IEER
11ns received and opened up IiIp Now
Conipilslngalnrgo and well selected
Trouserings, Coatings, etc.
Snitiblu for tho Hcason.
Th (so gnodh wore selected in I'ligland
by Mr. Kerr poisoimlly, and aiu gimtun.
teed to bo of thu finest qiiulity.
Mr. Kcir, having pecured tho services
of a SKW (HJWEB, ho is pie.
pared lo lulfl.1 ordois with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street.
RYAN'S BOAT BTJILDIHG
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
. -1-Tv J!-.' HT
JZBr'lif&Hm CT FVf
gag- . T'fcVTcfc.i tuiv
' V w,Jy.l"'yu
Hie Bcavor fear Divan!
3HL. -J. N03L,rJ?:SL
llni just lccclvrd a large anil varied as
Cigars and Cigarettes
of the flnst iii:illly. Some of the
brnuils bclim; enilrely'iu'W in tlni King
dom. Together, with a fine selection of
Moorschaum, Brinr, Myall, Porce
lain and other Pipes.
Tobacco Touched. Slntch Itoxox, CI-
enr iiiic Cisni'clfo iSoldcr of
new und clccaiil Jck1(;iis.
CALL AND LOOK AT TIIE GOODSI
01 1 in
Just: "IR.eeeiLvocl !
by 11 ul; " tJiiumnc,"
In Itairi'lM niul Ilali'liarrelN.
Tor Sdo liy
OfSilw dJAHTLK & CKH.
J. HOPP & CO.
7d Iiii Sairci'l.
Miuufncturcrs and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All Idnds oi Jobbing pionip'.ly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For B'll's or I'm tic In small orlirgc
8U1 tpmntitli-. ly.
MISS CLARKE, who bus bad ni.ui.v
i:iih I'.Mierli'in'n In Dr i Si Clou I;
Miklna. has OI'EXKD A IJlU-hSMAK.
1NO I'SrAliMSUMl'NTnt 101 AluUe.i
61 root, 11.11
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
diekstmiker, icecntly ictiimed
from l'aris, has bur drcif-mal;ing looms
still on Emma slice!, above the bfiunre.
ibfltto ! blbflnd !
Tbc Finest Ilrand of
in tlio Maikct at the
CENTIUL CIGAR STAND.
L I!IMi:if, Vioiii-lutur.
HustaGe & Robertson.
JL X2- A. "V 3X IT, T .
UiOideis for Cartage promptly at.
jt. tended to. Paitlciilnr attention
paid to the
Storing & BMpping
of goods in tiausit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit nt lowest prices.
Olllcc, adjoining 1J. P. Adams is Co.'s
OS'J ly Mutual Ti lepliono No. 19.
jA, The SOnOOXEU JOSEPH-zi&--
1X13 Is now in lli'bt-olass or.
ViMiiSfij dur. Sliu will miiku Uo
SBb trips a week lo I'.wa, under
Cnptuin Cook, lariinji frel(jlu and pas.
fcengerd. Parties wishing to make
to Pcail lilver, Coco Head, and oilier
parts of Oaliu may clunlur tlio Fcliooiier
liy applying to CAVT. COOIC.
Opon ovory ai'tornoon and
Music every Saturday Niijht.
-JL'I I03LA X3. WSlJJJL.,
1C01 Piofrletor. lyr
Having Fccuied lliu Sorvlro3 of
Geo. C, Stratemoyer
we aio piepand in eeouto all
"EEoiu.so or ii'ai
J? n wilting.
HONOLULU PLANINO MILLS
..ax. ""7 si
Why am I so Misomblo?
So weak and lingnhl? Why Biieh
heartburns nnd pnlnx in thu stomach,
meli neldlty, nnd Hiirh an uiij lcasant
laslo in iho nioulli? IVIiy at times such
a gimwhii'nppiMilc, -ind then again Mull
dllollMi for food? Why t the mind so
frciiiiuntly in liable, despontling, iiielnu.
choly, and dejected? Why uocx one
ottun fed under the n prehension of
some Imaginary dnn''.r, tin I nlart nt any
unexpected iinlc, tieeonilug agllatid ns
iug? What Is tho meaning of thru'
dull, sick liendaches; tluso violent p.il.
pltallons of the laarl, tills feveiish lvst
lc&sno'H, lliifio night auciils; this ills
turbid and dreamy sleep, vhUh brings
no refreshing rest, but only moanlngs
and iniilteiitig, and the horrors of tho
The answer la: Theie aio the syinp
toms cl indigclinu or l)..mep.in the
heglniilng and the forerunner of ilinosl
e cry other liuuuiiuli ease, (ttdlgeatioii
U a weakness or want of power of iho
dlgesthe lluKItt of thu s'nuinch lo con
vert tho food Into henllhy until r for the
pn per ntmrbliiiient of thu body. It is
caused most frequently by the lrregtt.
luliy of diet, or iiiiinopcr lood. iint of
healthy exeicUe ami jmro rutiloor ait.
Umiiybe Induced by niont.il (listless
Ihethi.ek r f some great calamity. II
may he, and often i, nggiuvalcd and in
teiHlihil, if not oilghmlly bioitglit on,
by exh.iurtiou fiom ititt n-x- mental up
plication, of physical oeiworl;, lfint.
tie troti lilts, nnxltty in In slne, or Ilium,
eiul cinb.u rassuients, If thti stoinuch
could nluiiy) l.o kc I in order, death
would no longer he a subject of feirful
anxiety to the young nmt mi dill caged,
but what uoiiUl be contemplated by nil
ns a vblt of an expected Iriend at the
close of a peaceful nnd Hippy old age.
However, lliu fu'.st lit btilo invader upon
the domain of health and hnppincs U
Is thuo any icllrf, nny lcinedy, any
cuioV Thst is the question ol the suf
feiliignnd uuhapjiy djvpiptlc. What U
wanted hn ir.udinlnu that will thorough,
ly unovatu the stomach, Luwel', ller,
and kidneys, and nU'otd speulynul ef.
1'i.ctuiil iissistancelo the digestive orpins,
and icMorc to the nenoui and muscular
sysiems their oillnal energj.
hueii a niediciiio h niippiiy r.t iitmi.
Never lu thuhlMmy of medical dbe'iv
crles, evidente 1 by a do.en ytnis' thor
ough list, lmsthcic ln.cn loiind a remedy
foi Indigestion so speedy, so s"iu, and
so suipiislng in its icsults as Slegcl's
Curative S i up, but to-day it is a standard
remidy for thnt alinoit unhertiil nllllc
tlon in iveryclvilied country lnl.urope,
Asm, Aliici and America. Public ics
tiuioainU and private lettcis fiom mill.
tiny 'Jlli'ei., bankir.'i, nieichauts, ship
e.iptaius, meohaniiw, f inner.", mid their
wives nnd daughter.', alike coatlim its
Nearly Raised him from tho
Swiss Cottage, Walton-oii.lhe-N'aKe,
August 27lh, 1SSG.
A. .L White, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If a testimonial Is of any
use to yju rcpeeting tho rcinaik.iblc
cure I havu dulvid by taking your
"Sicgil's Syrup," yon aro at liberty to
nuke any iuo of thh you may deem
Lol. For upwaids cf twelve years 1
have sull'cred from extreme Ncivous De
bility and Gastric Uatuirh which re
eluced'mo so thai 1 was totally unable to
do any'hiishicss, and caused gicat pro.
trillion nnd -weakness. About thrcu
yens ago I hud tlm advice oi sevcinl
nieiubeis of the medical faculty, nnd
under ihclr ticatment deiivi'd little or
no good, lieing in town some ten
months ago, 1 was advised to try your
(Jur.itlvu byrup, and jiurcliascd a liottle.
1 had not inkcnminy dosca befoie I be.
g.in to feel u freli man. I could walk
with ease, while before I had hard work
to curry one leg bifmu thu other. My
Btiuugt'li gradually iiicrencd and my
eveslnlil got better, which beforo I fre
quently lost, owing lo the malady aris.
ing Irom asttiggbh liver, often in bed
fir seiveinl das with pile3, and could
haidly move. Iain thankful to you and
to Ood for neaily lnlsing me fiom thu
grave, lor It was nothing but your Sil.
gel's Syrup that has restored mo to io
bust health. "Yours faithfully.
Ilevisby, near Unslon.
LccEinber Hist, 18SC.
A..T. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your Siegcl'a Syiup I Ibid
has an Incieising sale in Utiii neighbor
hood, and shall always do my lct to
fuither the side of auaitielo that every
ono ihal puichiiscjr (ipe.il.s highly in its
favor. I also hnvo Kic.it FinUtiiction In
siylng Unit I qulto believe my wife -vas
ermantutly ciiicd of Indigestion nnd
Wind on tho Stomneh, tiom which sho
had iulFeicdsntensely some tlinuprcviou
lo taking It. Faithfully jouw,
Allanagh, Abbuj lelx,
Queen'B County, Ireland,
December 2 ilh, 1SS0.
A. J. While, Limited.
Dear Mr: I hope that youi Siegel'.s
Syiup and Pills may gel thu tale they so
well dcbcric. I had a very delicate
child, a boy now over iiinu yeais, but
In lag averse to eating any kind of veg.
etablu or food from his biith, I buiinn
giving bun Mother SlegelV Cuiativo
Syiup, and after a few weeks he ucov
eiod so as lo hu able loronsuniu us much
food m other hoys of hit age, and to the
greit nMonUhmcnt of hi iieighhouis, lie
Is lively, gutting into llesh. and tluiving
as well IB boys of his ago do. Wo give
nil the ciudit of hi recovery to Siogul's
Syrup. Yoius faithfully,
1007 S. Maxwuu,.
Tlio luier- Islniul Siam
rfaviiiiion Co,, lAmHcd,
Keup constantly on bund for sale
Btcftm Family timl Blacksmith Coal
and a general nwoilmoiit of
4151 Bar Eron. fly
ra " soft
i'S WK) M
m VvJTji 11 a Vis fm iryzZtez'i
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives anil children will rejoice,
Having found llio Sampler Cigar your choice
ENGELBRECHT, SON & C0.,ra
21 First Street. R.F. 60 N
For cale Everywhere,
'Mili LemtnsOe Dpi,
Teli'iilioiic, ;. I. (. i:ox l(i. .
TH E BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoicughly pine nnd niado by sUam, in
llvland's Antl-Atnioiphprie Apjiaiatus
with glass pumps. All copper dis.
ported wllh. Tho newest pitcnt in
C'f'Ht:il Valve .ltottlon
Only ln use for Tahiti l.cnionadde, Chen,
ndlno and Peil'ect Ginger Ale, at 7."i cunts
per do:en, dellveied to any part of the
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for tho celebrated plain diy
HOD -A. ArVrXM31t.,
So highly elllcacious for dyspepfin, ns
supplied to all thu princlp.il (.unities lu
Honolulu, nnd exclusively to II. P,. M.'s
vussiU ol war.
lutnuil oi'ttcrii iii'oiiiiitly iittemlcil to.'
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
ay Grain, Etc.
Ivcrmoro Kay - -
Whole Earley, i
Crushed Uarley, SljfijS&
Oil Ca'io Meal' J?''
Order lufL at Oflice, with 2s". F. Bur
gess, f-l King Street, will bo promptly
iittcuiltd to. GOly
S. M. GARTER,
llus on hand for pale, ln quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard timl Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
I' ailey, (Mm,
Orders aro hereby sol lotted and will
bo delivered at any locality within Iho
INo. BG5 KIINO STJRMET.
lSotlt TclL-llllOIICN, 1S7.
Bn. 11. 0. Wi'RT'n NEr.vn asd Hbaik Tiieat
KBNT,n ffiiarontcoel Bprcllir for Ilybtcrin, Ulzzi
liniis. Convulsion. Pits, iiorvoivt Kcunilgiu,
JIo iihclio, Nen oii l'l uslrntlon. cnuseil by t lio nsu
ot iilcoliol or tob.icco, WnkofulueBP, Jtoulnl Po
lirOTsIon, Bof toning ot tlio Drain, rosulllntr in in
sanity nnd lcidnm to niiscry, docny ami donlli;
l'rcinattiru Old Ako, IUrronncui, tion of I'owor
in cither box. lnvoluntnryijoivjes nnd Bporrantor.
rheen, cuus.h1 by ovcr-oierlion of tlo brain, M'lf
ubusu, or (iTCr-lnilulceuco. l'ach bo: contain i
nno mimth'rt troatment. Sl.CX) a box, uriilx bowu
for $5.00, Dont by mull prepaid on ruooipt of price.
we csu.utASTJcn six uxt:s
To euro nny cose. Willi each oi dor rccolvcd by int
for nix boxos, uurompaniod with S3.00, vm) will
i.oilil llio iiureliascroui-writloii (jiurantoo to 're
fund tlio money it thutroatiiiontduuj not cifoct
a euro. Unarautcud ieuued only by
JIOX.Xj1H a1 331.1 it OO.
Tf n will l T Ihfl U it rM fir nny ta cf Wtcf rcmplalnt
Pyifpibt Sl k 1 Uflubf t pJli:Uion, Cin:tlpl!on or CoiiUnti,
tia iu.uaa cur i lUi Wnl'i N entUlU Uvr t HU, uUq tb Jlrtc
lloni 4ro itrlttly tom tit,tl wllh. 1 Ley itr urt-ty vreUtU, tu-X
MtttUM W jl-e titltfuthn Biigar CcMJ. Irgu loiei.ton.
IxIcIdj i) pI1I,3 fir.'t, Vr (ftl ly all JruuliU, I!tv.i of
tcuutJiMU net ImiuiiMii. TL cnu(tiO mioufwturf J oaly by
JOHN O, WL.iT & CO., JI A M W, WidiivQ tt., CbkifX
tun t-Ul 'ucVajo nat Ijr u&U jrei tUIcu rckd t bfa 3 uililaspt
llolllslor & Co.,
UO fliu Wliokaulo nud KeUil Agents
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