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Fresh Ooods on Ice liy each art lvnl of tho O. b K. Co' .Steamers. Uoods delivered
to all pavta of Honolulu.
Island ordersollcltcd and packed with care, mid shipped to nny part of tho Kingdom
(Formerly with Samuel Notl).
Iittporloi unci Donlor in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FUKNIBH1NU HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hairs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
Hf Store formerly occupied by 8. NOTT, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bnnk. i
JOHN ITT, Ii 8 Mum Street.
1 Tii i JainttHBMHBEUiflnMnMV: i u
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, GOPHER 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 Wow Designs.
OXI-A.ISTIJS3LiI3B3EB. AJSX LAMPS
From tlio very ha junket.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete Sstoelc ol" GoodH in Every Line.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Every Description of
Book and Genera! Printing
Executed with neatness anil dispatch.
iff Type, Boilers,
Of the Latest Designs.
P. O. Box 297.
line of "tSao-
Ornaments, k, k,
- .i iii.
lg wnTia .iy?CTTgywjT. jyjwaaBttja
Sluggish Liver, etc.
UiSLIKK many kinds of catlmrtio
medicines, do not inako you
feci worse before you feci better.
Their opciation is gentle, but thor
ough, and unattended with disagree
able effecta, such as nausea, griping
Solgol's Operating Pjlls
are the best family physic that has
cvcrTjcen discovered. They cleanse
tho bowels from all irritating Biib
stanccs, and leave them in a healthy
Tho best remedy extant for the
bane of our lives constipation and
These Tills prevent fevers and all
kinds of sickness, by removing all
poisonous matter fiom the bowels.
They operate briskly, yet mildly,
without any pain.
If you take a scvcie cold, and are
threatened with a fever, with pains
in tho head, back and limbs, one or
two doses of Scigel's Operat
ing Pills will break up the cold
and prevent fever.
A coated tongue, with a brackish
taste, caused by foul matter in the
stomach. A few doses'of Seigel's
Operating Pills will cleanse the
stomach, icmovc the bad taste, and
restore tho appetite, and with it
bring good health.
Oftentimes disease, or partially
decayed food, causes sickness, nau
sea and diarrhoea. If the bowels arc
cleansed from this impurity with a
dose of Seigel's Operating
Pills, these disagreeable effects
will vanish, and good health result.
Seigel's Operating Pills
prevent ill-effects from excess in
eating or di inking. A good dose at
bedtime renders a person lit for busi
ness in the morning.
These pills, being Sugar-coated,
arc pleasant to take. The disagree
able taste common to most pills is
For Sale .by all Chemists, Druggists
and Mcdicino Vendors.
A. J. White, Limited,
Reading Room Association.
Cur. Hotel it Alukcii street.
Open every Day ami Evening.
Tho Library consuls at the picsyut
tlnio of over Five Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Itooin is supplied with
about fifty of tho leading newspapers
and pcilo'dlojls. '
A I'm lor Is provided for conversation
Terms of nieiuheiMiip, llfty cents a
jionth, payable ipiaiterly In advance.
No formality lequlied In joining except
signing the i oil.
Strangeis fiom foreign countries and
visitors from the other Islands aio wel
come to tho looms at all times ns guests.
Tills Association having no tegular
means of Minpmt excent the dues of
members, It U expected that lesldents
of Honolulu who dw-lio to avail tiem
sebes of ltri pilvllegcs, and all who feel
an Intcict In maintaining an Institution
of tlilb l.lud, will put down their names
and become jugular conti Illinois.
A.. I. CAKTWWOJIT, I'ios,,
M. M. BCOTT, Vleo-lV-ddnnt,
Jl, A. TAItMlUdJlO, Secieliuy,
A. L.KMITII.Ti earner,
O. T. IttfDGEItr!, M.D.,
Chnlrnmu" JIall and Lilnaiy Committee.
Hn gnUjQ SttJUlitt.
MONDAY. APEIL 18, 1887.
PARIS DURING THE COMMUNE.
It would bo dilllcull to convey an
adequate idea of the condition of
things as they were in Paris, for two
or three days after the massacre in
tho Una do la Puis. Some portions
of the city were quiet and orderly,
but in gther portions nothing was
seen but "grim-visaged war," barri
cades, regiments inarching and
countermarching, the beating of the
rappcl, the mounting guard, the dis
play of cannon and mitrailleuses,
and the interdiction of circulation
in tho streets. Numerous arrests
wcic being made, mock trails weio
Instituted and executions were tak
ing place. This condition of affairs
was illustrated with sanguinary
naivete, Inn militaiy repot t made on
the 21st of.Maich by the "General"
commanding tho National Guard at
Montmartrc, who had formerly been
a dealer in cooking utensils, lie
says, In the (list place, that there is
"nothing new; night calm and with
out incident." lie then goes on to
say that at 10:05 two sergeants
were brought in by llwfruncc-tircw
and immediately shot. He continu
ed: "At twenty minutes after mid
night, a guardian of tho peace,
accused of having a rovolvcr, is
shot." He closes his report of tliat
calm night "without incident" by
saying that the gendarme brought in
by the guards of the Twenty-eighth
Battalion at 7 o'clock, is shot. Thus
it was seen that in one night, in only
one of the arrondisscments, four
ofllcers of the law were deliberately
murdered. Scribner'a Magazine for
THE LARCEST FARM IH THE WORLD.
In tho extreme southwest corner
of Louisiana lies the largest produc
ing farm in the woild. It runs 100
miles noi Hi and south, and is owned
and operated bv a syndicate of
Northern capitalists. Their general
manager, J. 13. Watkhi3, gives nn
interesting ilccouut of this gigantic
plantation, which throws the great
Dalrymple farm in Dakota into tho
shade: "The 1,.")00,000 acres of
our tract were purchased in 18811
fiom the State of Louisiana and
from the United States Government.
At that time it was a vast grazing
laud for the cattle of the few dealers
In the neighborhood. When 1 took
possession I found over (10,000 head
of half wild horses and cattle. My
work was to divide the immense
tract into convenient pastures,
establishing stations or ranches
every six miles. Tho fencing alone
cost in the neighborhood of 50,000.
The land 1 found to be best adapted
to rice, sugar, corn and cotton. All
our cultivating, ditching, etc., is
done by steam power. We take a
tract, say, half a mile wide, for in
stance, and place an engine on each
side. Tho engines are portable, and
operate a cablo attached to four
plows. Under this arrangement we
arc able to plow thirty acres a day
with only the labor of three men.
Onr harrowing, planting and other
cultivation is done in a like manner;
in fact, there is not a single draft
horsoon tho cntiic place. Wo have,
of course, horsc3 for the herders of
cattle, of which wo now have 10.000
head. Tho Southern Pacific IJail
road inns for thirty-six mile3 through
our farm. Wo have three steamboats
operating on tho wators of our own
estate, upon which there
miles of navigable waters.'
Late Foreign lews.
London, April 5. A special to
tho Uhronidc says: I 'Understand
that tho Lord Steward has decided
to engage tho Palace Hotel in Buck?
ingham Gate for tho accommodation
of the suite of the swarm of royalties
coming to London for the jubilee
celebration, as it will bo impossible
to find room for them at Bucking
ham Palace. Of course those who
stop at the hotel will be tho guests
of the Queen, just as if they wcro
under her Majesty's own roof. Tho
Danjsh royalties will be at Mail
borough llouso and those from
Iussa at Clarence House.
London, April U. Tie anti-coercion
meeting to be held in Hydo
Park Monday pionuses to 'bo tho
biggest outdoor political meeting
ever held In London. Gladstone
issued to tho minors north of Great
Britain, a majority of whom arc en
tliusiastio followers of him, tho fol
lowing letter, which amounts to a
"I cannot refrain from calling
your attention to tho meeting which
is to bo held in Hyde Park next
Monday, and to which I understand
the tens of thousands of workmen
of London intend gcnciously to
devote their holiday. If over thero
was a time when it was to tho in
terest of tho English workingman to
bethink himself, this is tho time.
It Is the first time when a coercion
bill if passed, is to bo passed by
tho English vote alone, against tho
voice of Scotland, Ii eland and
Wales. It is about time w)icn such
a bil vilj have to bo passed under
anactipii of householders at large,
who wore novor enfranchised beforp
tho last elections of 1885 and 1886.
It is tho first time coercion lias been
proposed without' any attempt by
the Ministry to show, what wo know
they cannot bhow, n stato of excep
tional and ilagrnnt or growing crime
of finglnml Is to cocrco Ireland for
crime, Ireland can reply that rela
tively, to population,, sho has less
crlruo than England. In my opi
nion tho rcjoetion of this bill Is
even more needed by England than
by Ireland. For Ireland it is a
question of suffering, and alio knows
how to suffer. For Kngland, It is a
question of shame and dishonor and
to cast away shaino and dishonor is
the first business of a great nation,
lit 187G a meeting of London work
iuginon first gave effectual force to
tho movement to Bulgaiia which
brought about the situation of 1880.
May tiio meeting of next Monday
ring the death knell of the most in
sulting and most causeless coercion
bill ever submitted to Parliament."
Tho ITUtcr Land Committee de
cided against all tho provisions of
tho Land bill except the clauses re
lating to leases. In this Ulster
agrees with the National League.
The Economist, from another point
of view, has hardly woids sufficient
with which to expicss its detestation
of tho measure, sajing, it is fatally
based cm false principles, and it in
augurates a gamu in beggary which
can nevtr bo passed by Parliament.
The Speitntor sees in the bill clear
evidence that the landed interest lias
been thrown overborn d by tho Con
servatives. . ,
An Irish Conservative landowner
wiitcs as follows: "A bill more fatal
to landlords was never drafted than
that which Cadogan has introduced
into the House of Louis. The Gov
ernment will fail in carrying the
Coercion bill, but the Land bill will
bo contiibutory to the Home lulc
InFnglish politics there's still little
to mention beyond tho extension of
the nuti-coercion campnign.
The jllomiiif J'ott actually de
mands this morning that tho Monday
meeting at Ilydo 1'aik, which is in
tended as an anti-coercion demon
stration, be suppigscd. It is ap
parent on its face the intention of a
icckless Parliamentary minority to
use it as nn instrument of menace
to the supremacy of Parliament. It
can only bo by some unfortunate
technicality that audi meetings tan
cheapo being called treasonable.
O. S. S. "CO.'fTIMFTABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu (rom San Francisco.
Australia J tily
Leave Honolulu tor San Francisco.
Alameda .. Juno
Zcalandia (188S) January
uimi uuuuir fi
KLECTH 1 0 SUSPCHWOUY
F.lnli. 1S7.V Hml fnr
MtU'jvYltti ererr licit,
Milrem. MAuMETIbGl.A8'T.:OTIUBH CO.,
bvt n Ao'rtyvro ot dan tti Aticwco, bAj
Fob. 18, '87.
,ij ISS CLARKE, who has had many
UL uais cmiltIpmcu in Dres & Clonk
Jinking, lins OPr.NBI) A WUSMAK
INCJ i:aTABLISUJli:NTat101 Alukeii
street, 15 VI
TV? RS. RODANET, dm well-knoiMt
1VJ. dicssmiilu'r, leu ally rcturuud
from 1'iir'n, has her dio-e-ui.tMng looms
still on Emma sued, above the bquniu.
In UnrrciH and llnir HuirclK.
Tor S lie hy
OH llw iUMTffiK !i (X)W(iU
EVAN'S BOAT BUILDING,
SHOP. Kmrof Lutin' Mill.
"- - - - -
Bogyngo Express, 06,
fitoiul; Cor. Fort
aSiffisSfiis? Iront of Hammer's
iftMi iitiii it. inn am., in
Harness Mioj). All vxprciMij;u prompt
ly attended to at iea$oiinb)crale3..D3Jm
vyi.u "iri jf-j l
i a r i turn
The Beaver Cigar -Divan!
aat. jr. kolte
Una just received a Urge and varied as
Cigars and Cigarettes
of tho Jlnt qunllty. Home of tho
brnnds being tn IrcL new in this King
dom. Together, with a line selection of
Meerschaum, Briar, Myall, Poroe
Inin and other Pipes.
Tobacco Pouches, 3ta(ch IIoxck, CI-
gar nnc CiuarrUn Holder of
new mid olrgant DcNlgim.
CALL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS I
Mew Goods !
Mr. L. B. KERR
Hits received and ojisned up his Now
CLOTH GOODS I
Compilslngalnrgoaud well selected
TmseriBss, Wilis, etc.
Suit iblc for the Season.
These goods wcro selected in England
by Air. Kerr personally, and arc guarun.
teed to he of tho llncst quality.
Mr. Kerr, having scouted the services
of a SEW CUTTEB5, ho is pre.
I medio I'tt Hi I orileis wllh the utmost
3 Dereham Street.
J. IIOPP & CO.
7l Kin Street.
Manufacturers and IniporterB of all
Furnituro & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Btl'a or Pailies in small or largo
801 quantities. ly.
Tho Finest Brand of
in tho Market at the
V. HIIir.It, rroprletor.
LL ordcis for Cartage promptly at
ma. tended to. Particular attention
p ild to tlto ,
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
OlTlce, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
032 ly Mutual Ttlephono No. 10.
Open every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS E. WAXX.,
1C01 Piorrletor. lyr
Having fccuied tho Servlce3 of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are piepnred to execute all
I-Ioiiho Of ig-n
' HONOLULU PLANING JIILI.S.
D AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
, -10 colums. i'i perounum.
Let me have a mild
zC I G A Rtzr
THT3 AllOVH KEQUE6T IS HEAItl)
dally In cigar stores, taloons mid
oihor places whero cigars are (.old, for
it linn undisputed factiliatinostsrnokerB
prefer a tnllu clgir and that ihoio who
havo for a long time smoked tltonff
Clears, principally imported Mutillns.
vvill, after having thoroughly injured
the utotniich and finpalted the nirvoiiH
fygteni. surely want n mild cigar, If they
could And the light kind.
How many thousands of smoker who
sailer from m of appetite, headache,
rtrrvons Irritability. aMlimn, etc., and
who kae tried all poBfiblu rpniodltn
without sticcoss, mlulit lo cured If they
know that their siiflotliigs were cr.tiscd
by tho Intemperate uo of siiong cigars,
and Unit Jlicy should only smoke niild
and properly prepared onr.
- It is a fact that nil mild clejais ngreo
thcto U a lack of euro In tho iclectlon of
tho tobacco, nnd often I ho uicciRitry tx.
perlcnco for it Ik wanting, ct tlnrols
ono biniid whlrh units the nioitfdstidlous
smoker, ami thai h
"Sailer" Healtn Cigar
Whlrh Is made from mild, aronia'ic mid
particularly lolerted and prepared to
bacco, and (omhlnes nil llio qualities
which mny bo expecttd from a health
cigar. It cau-es no bid effect of uny
kind, is agrotnlilo to tho tnsto, buns
evuily tn ihe end nnd poS3esie3 a line
aroma. No smoker should fall to glvo
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit hinisolf at tho
For sale Everywhere'
Tallin Lemonade Depot,
Telephone, BOO. p. o. Box -IOO.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure nnd made by steam, in
Hiltinu's Anli.Atmotplii'rio Aiparatus
with glas pumps. All copper dls.
pencil with. Tho newest patent in
Crynlnl Volvo llottlcw
Only in use for Tuhitl Lcmoiuulde, Orcn.
ad ino and Pcrfict G inger Ale, at 75 conts
per dozen, dellvoied to nnv part of the
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for tho celebrated pi iiu dry
6o highly clUcacious for dyspupslo, as
supplied to all the principal 1 unities In
Honolulu, nnd exclusively to II. U. AI.'s
VLssth of war.
iBlniul ordera promiitty attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,18-7. 1599 ly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, . Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal'
Order left at Office, with N. F. Btr
gess, f4 King Street, will be promt, tly
attended to. C9ly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for pale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Man leu lo Hoy,
, Barley, Corn,
Orders arc hereby solicited nnd will
bodcllvortd at any locality within the
No. 8S KINO STBEET.
Both Telephones, 187.
Health is Wealth !
Dr. . O. West's Merte and TIrain Treat.
HUNT, n enarontced Bpcciu for Hysteria, Ulxzl.
noas. (JonvaUlona, X'lU, llorvoua Nourolgia,
II KKlnclio.Norrous Prostration, rwiscd I) jrthonto
ot alcohol or tobacco, Wakptnlncsi, Mental De
pression, Softening of tho liroin. multlng in in.
Bunity and lending to misery, decay nnd dcatlti
l'roinntura Old Aro, llnrrenncus.Lons ot l'ower
tn cither box. lnvotantary Lossoh and fipermutor
rheca, catuua l; ovcr-oxoTtion of tho brain, boIN
abuse, or over-miliilKOuco. Koch box contain!
ono month's treatment, 81.00 a Ihix, or bIx botM
for J5.O0,Bentbyinall prepaid on reioiptot price
WE GUAKAXTEE SIX BOXES
To enro any case. With each order receWed by us
for six boxoa, uccompanlod viith $5.00, wo will
Bond tho imrchuserourwritton Ruarantootow.
fond tho money if tho trcntmont dooa not effoct
a euro, fluornntoes issued only by
TE will pir tho W rvrd fortnr fuf Uftr Comjttlit(
ttyir?! p'ck ll.b, JodistittoB, Contti(Uoa c? CotUrtrtMU,
i uft-suot car with Weit'i itUbl UiiT llUti ba tbt dlrt
llonii tU itrtctl cooijvlwj wltb, Tby r t)crljr TtUbW, ai
MTirfall ioglvf utUtutlon, Dugir CwUJ, lirs Uii,co
UlnlDjEO plIlLSSctoU. I'r nl ty 11 druf rrl.U. IUwf f
JOHN C. WEST A CO, 131 A bJ W. JU &, Cfti4.
Iiu liUl ptaiC uot Ljr ma irtrkl a rtvtlpt of 3 cat itwrpk
XIolllHter 41: Co.,
80 Cm Wiiolcbale and Eolell Agent
H!vla I BRALN '
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