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to all parts of Honolulu.
Island order solicited and packed with enre, itud shipped to any part ot the Kingdom
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Importer mid Dculor in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
W Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT,
, 1. 8 Minim
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING. TIN. COFFER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
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(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in Now Designs.
From tho very bos makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete SStoclc oi Goods in Every Tiite.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Every Description of
Book and General
Executed ivitli neatness ami dispatch.
Uef Tyje, Borders,
Of the Latest Designs.
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P. 0. Box 297.
lino of -iao-
opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank.
Ornaments, k, k,
Why am I so Miserable?
So weak nnd hnguld? Why such
heartburns nnd pnln-i in tho stomach,
such ncldlty, nnd such an untlouant
tasto In the mouth? Why nt times such
n Rnawltienppetltc, mid ilienngalnsue.il
dlaiollsh for food? Why If tliu mind so
frequently Irrltible-, desponding, melon
choly, nnd dejected? Why noes ono
often fctl under tho niicliensloii of
sonic imughiary danger, uml ttnrt nt nny
unexpected noise, becoming agitated ns
theutgh romo great calamity was impend
lugr Whnt is tho in em' In ir. of tlii'io
dull, tick headaches; thsu violent p,l.
pttntloiis of tliu heart, IhU fuvoilsh i-ist-icssnojs,
these night svcitl; this dls
Uirucei mm dreamy sleep, which nrings
no refreshing icst.hut only iiiontilngs
and inuttt'tltig", nnd tho horrors of tho
flio onswr r Is: These nro the symp
toms ol Indigestion or Dyspepsia tho
beginning nnd tho forerunner of Almost
every other human disease. Indigestion
is n weakness or wont of power "of the
digestive llulds of the stomnch to con
vert the food Into healthy matter for tho
proper nourishment of tho body. It is
caused most froqucntlyby the lriogu.
1 uiiy of diet, or improper lood. wnnt of
healthy exercise mm pure outdoor nlr.
It may bo induced by mental distress
tho thock of somo great calamity. It
may be, nnd often Is, aggravated nnd in.
tcuslflcd, If not originally brought on,
by exhaustion from Intense mental ap
plication, of physical overwork, domes
tic trouble, im.iety in business, or fiiinn.
clnl cmbairassmcnt, If tho stomach
could always lo kept in order, death
would no loimer bo n subject of foirfnl
anxiety to tho young ami middle-aged,
but what would bo contemplated by nil
as n visit of on expected friend nt the
close of n peaceful and happy old nge.
How ever, tho llrst hostile invader upon
the domain of health mid happlncis ii
Is there nny tellcf, nny remedy, nny
cuic? Thnt is the question of the Mil'
fcilngnnd unhappy dyspeptic. What is
wanted ii a medicine that will thoiough.
ly reiiovnto tho stomach, lowel, Ihor,
nnd kidneys, nnd allbid speedy nnd cf
l'cctual ass'lslaucc to the dlgeivo organs,
and restore to the nervous mid muscular
ystoms their original energy.
Such a medicine is happily at hand.
Nover In tho history of ntcdirnl dhcov.
cries, uehlcnic 1 by a do.on years' thor
ough K st, has there bten found ineniedy
for Indigestion o speedy, so s'ire, and
so surprising in its results us Sicgcl's
Curative Syrup, but to-day 1 1 Is n standard
remedy for that almost universal iilllic
lion iuivery civilied country In Europe,
Asia, Afrle.i and Ametiia. I'ublio testimonial-;
and private letters f loin mill,
tiny olllcers, bankers, merchants, ship
captains, mechanics, farmers, mid their
wivis and daughters, alike contlriu Its
Noarly Raised him from llio
Swiss Cottage, WnRon-oii.thcNiize,
August 27th, 18SG.
A. J. While, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If a testimonial i of any
uso to yju respecting tho rctnmk-iblu
euro I have derived by tnklng your
"Sicgcl's Syrup," you nroatllbeity to
nuke any iio of this you may deem
Lcat. For upwards of twcho years 1
avo sull'eied fiom extiemo Nervous De
bility and GaMrio Uilarrh which re
(lucedjniu so that I was totally umihlo to
do onyjbusincss nnd caused gic.it pio
tratiou and weakness. About tin to
years ngo I had thu advice of several
mcmbcii of tho medical faculty, and
under their ticatniout doiivi'd little or
no good. Ik-lug in town some ten
months ago, I was advised to try your
Curative fcyrup, mid purchased a bottle.
I had not wikcu nuny doses befoie I be
gin to feel a fresh man. I could walk
with ease, while before I hud hard work
to carry one leg before (he other. Jiy
strength gradually Increased and my
cvcsiglit got belter, which before I fre.
quontiy lost, owing to the malady aris
ing from u slugglth liver, often in bed
fir several das with lilies, and could
hardly move. I am thankful to you nnd
to God for neatly raising mo fiom the
irravc. for it was nothing but your Sib
L gel's iSyiup that has restored me lo ni-
liust liealtli. lours laitiiiuny,
Kovcsby, near Boston
December 31st, 1BS0.
A.J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your Sicgcl's Syiup I llnd
has an incieaslng sale in this neighbor
hood, and shall nlwoys do my Lost to
further tho sale of mi article thnt every
one that purchases speaks highly in its
favor. I also have great satisfaction in
saying that I qulto believe my wife was
fa matinilly cuicd of Indigestion and
Wind on the Stomach, trom which she
had iuHbredsiilenscly some time pi cvioti
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December 24lh, 1880.
A. .1. Whlto, Limited.
Dear Sir: I hope that your Siegel's
Syrup nnd Pills may get tho snle they so
well deserve. I had u very delicate
child, n boy now over nine years, but
being averse to eating nny kind of veg
etnblo or food from his birth, I began
giving him Mother Siegel's Curative
Syrup, and nftor n fow weeks ho recov
ered so its to bo nblo to consume ns much
food as other boys of his age, mill lo tho
grcit astonishment of his uelghbouis, he
is lively, getting Into llcsh. mid thriving
ns well ii3 boys of his ago do. Wo glvo
nil tho etedit of his rctoveiy to Siegel's
Syrup. Yours faithfully,
lli07 S. Maxwki.l.
Tlio Intel''" Island Sleam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on linn-1 for sale
Btenm Family and Blaclamith Coa
and a general assortment of
ij Bar Iron.
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TOESDAY. MAY 0. 1887.
HATUitDAy, April BOlll.
On the four Judges taking their
sent on the Bench this morning, His
Honor the Chief Justice made u few
comments on the conduct of Mr. J.
A. Mngoon in connection with Mr. J.
T. Dare. Mr. Mugoon's explana
tion of his conduct wets placed on
Mr. l'ocpou was called up and
censured by the Chief Justice for
improper action taken by him in a
bankruptcy proceeding, His Honor
stating that there was only one
course for counsel to pursue, nnel
that was, tho honest course.
coxTiatn ov count cask.
The case of L. Aholo, Minister of
the Interior, vs. Ifobert J. Crcigli
ton, editor of the '. (7, Adetrlucr
was next called up for hearing.
Ashford & Asliford attorneys for
petitioner; i M. Hatch attorney
The petition sets forth that on the
18th Apiil, W. O. Smith ct. al. in
stituted a stilt in the Supreme
Court against tho Minister of the
Interior, which suit is still pending.
That on the lOlh April, Kobert J.
Crcighton, printed in the J'. G.
Advertiser and distributed and pub
lished throughout this Kingdom,
and more especially thiotighout the
city of Honolulu, an article with the
heading, and in words and ilgttrcs
following. Here follows abstract
of bill in equity as printed.
That petitioner shows anil alleges
thnt the material statements in said
article alleged and set forth arc
grossly scandalous of, and lcllcct
injuriously upon tho petitioner in
his capacity as a public ofllcial and
as a citizen, and aro calculated anil
tend to cast unjust suspicion of
dishonesty nnd olllcial misfeasance
and malfeasance upon petitioner,
and to prejudice tho public with re
gard to the merit sof said cause, and
to prejudice and impair petitioner's
right to a just and impaitial deci
sion of such cause so pending, and to
embarrass, impede nnel obstruct the
course of .justice therein. Wherc
foie petitioner prays that said
Kobert J. Crcighton be cited to ap
pear to show cause why an attach
ment should not issue against him
for contempt of Court for publica
tion of said article.
In the answer of Mr. Ifobcrt J.
Creighton, on rule to show cause,
after making several formal admis
sions, he also admits that on the
ll)th April, tho article set forth in
plaitttilf'B motion was printed and
published in tho P, (J. Advertiser,
and that it consisted of a correct
abstract without any comment of
the allegations contained in said
complaint against said defendant.
He denies that the publication of
said aiticlc was intended to preju
dice the public with regard to the
interests of said cause or to preju
dice or impair said defendant,
Aholo's right to a just and impartial
decision of said cause, or to cm-
barrass, impede or obstruct the
course of justice therein. He fur
ther says that the complaint from
which said abstract was taken was
furnished by one of the clerks of the
Supreme Com t to a reporter of re
spondent's paper upon the ordinary
application of said reporter for in
formation as to business transacted
in Court. Thatsaid abstract was pub
lished merely as a matter of news in
which Ihepublicwasinterestcei. That
respondent had bceTT advised ami
believed that tho records and doings
of the Supremo Court of the King
dom were public and open to the
inspection of all persons and that ho
did not intend any eljsipspect or
contempt of said Court or of any
rule or order thcroof. That said
abstract was published in good faith
and concerned the olllcial acts of a
Government olllcor of which the pub.
Ho had tho right to bo informed.
Thcrcforo ho prays he may bo honco
Mr. Ashford opened tho case for
the plaintiff. He called the special
attention of the Court to the head
ing of the article: "Aland trans
action ventilated." Ho considered
It most injurious to Mr. Aholo.
This, ho considered, was a most in
jurious comment, and he submitted
that this one lino was sulllcient to
call upon tho dcfondniit to show
cause. Ho maintained that it was
against tho policy of law and equity,
as well as prepossessing tho minds
of tho public piior lo a hearing of tho
ease. It is not admissible to print
even a true account of u caso by tho
publication of a petition -while jttilg.
incut is pending. Tho inovitablo
tendency of such a publication was
to projudico the minds of tho pub
lic. It must follow 'that peoplo
reading that article, must bo prc
judicetl. A person cannot take
nifugo behind the fact that ho is a
Journalist. Counsel contended that
it mattered not whether true or fnlsp,
there was tho principlo to bo looked
to, and a person lias a right to bo
protected befoio his trial takes
place. On the matter of intent, ho
maintained that it was no excuse for
a parson that has done wrong, that
he did not Intone! to do &u. ft was
no protection becauso ho got it
second hand. As a matter of news,
ho considered its publication un
necessary, and ho saw no imperious
necessity for Mr. Creighton to pre
judice and impair the priyato char
acter of Mr. Aholo. That the dp
ciiincnt was open to public inspec
tion, ho admitted, hut it docs not
follow that it was open for publication
Hercfcriedto the olllcial acts of a
public olllccr, and the protection
afforded him by law. Mr. Aholo
was under tho protection of tho
Court, and it was not justifiable
that his cliai actor should bo ruth
lessly butchered by a Journalist.
He also referred 16 the libettyand
license of tho press, and attempted
to define in what the libcityofthe
pi ess consisted, and finally closed
by stating that there was no ellvit,
nily which hedged either the Ameri
can or Hawaiian press. Those who
conducted it must be responsible
for their actions tliu samu as 11113'
private individual. If they injured
character they must respond for it.
And now he came back to the con
crete question: Had this publica
tion the tendency, or was it calcu
lated to projudico the minds of the
public lclntlvc to tho merits of the
suit pending? He submitted that it
had that tendency and this brings
it within cases already cited in this
Mr. Hatch in opening, pointed
out that the majority of the autho
rities cited by counsel were old, and
go far beyond what the Courts in
modern limes would hold, were the
same questions submitted to them.
What took place a century ago did
not apply to to-day. English Courts
had entirely abantloned the position
taken in early days. lie cited
numerous authorities shdwing where
the press is privileged and the ad
vantages given to the public by
publishing proceedings of the
Courts. In the case of Watson vs.
Walters, in the Queen's lleueh Di
vision, Lord Chief Justice Cock
burn laid down the law, saying that
it was now well-established that
faithful and fair reports, even if
individual character did suffer
thereby, wcie privileged, and tho
publisher was neither civilly nor
criminally responsible. Malice was
the test legal malice, not actual
malice. He maintained thnt defen
dant was not guilty of contempt In
the primary moaning of that word.
He dwelt at length on constructive
contempt. Tho plaintiff is a
public olllccr and a great deal is
allowed in these days to be said of
a public olllccr which would not be
allowed of a private individual. In
conclusion he submitted that defen
dant be discharged on this rule.
Mr. Ashford replied briefly, and
the Court took tho matter into con
sideration. 0. S. S. C0.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrlvo nt Honolulu Irom San Francisco.
Australia May .')
Mariposa May 13
Australia Ma' 31
Zealaudia June 10
Australia June 28
Alameda July 8
Australia July 2G
Mariposa August 5
Australia August 23
Zealandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alamcela September 30
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 15
Zealaudia November 25
Australia December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Zealaudia May 0
Australia May 1(1
Alameda , , , Juno 3
Australia June 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 5
Zealaudia , July 29
Australia August 2
Alamcela , August 2G
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zealaudia October 2 1
Australia Octobor 25
Alamcela November 18
Australia November 22
Mariposa December 10
Australia December 20
Zealaudia (1888) January 13
'curucl by tho Coletirnted
1)11. l'lEHOK'rtl'ATKS r
fiHETIC EUSTIG TBUSS
Original and O.ni.v (Jenuise
fcu.y 10 wear, itifitantl jr rol leves evury
taeo, HaMcurofl thounnniU 1 tab.l&73.
llnna for L'rco lllujtr'd l'nmphlot ho t.
luatr a l'nmphlot rso 1,
3oi Non-m uixxii btkkkt,
7tH HAtrMltHTU HT
Feb, Cg, '87.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Jtear of Lucas' Mill.
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure and Salo,
TN ACC01UUN0E WITH Al'OWIW
X of salo contalri"d In a certain morl
gago made by Alo to Shnr York, dated
March 8th, 18sD, and recorded in Lllior
ICO on pigo 1!17. Nollco Is hereby given
that thu taiil mortgagee intends to fore.
cIomi bald nuutgago for condition broken
to wit; tho nonpayment theicof, and
upon Mild foicclosiiru will sell nt public
miction at tho salesroom of E 1'. Adams
& Co., auctioned n, mi Queen street, In
Honolulu, on WKDNKbDAY, tho 18th
thy of May, 1837, at 12 m., all of tho
right, title mid Interest of tho said Alo
In and to tho premises dcbcrllicd in snld
ruilliirpnitlciilara can bo had cf J.
Austin, 1 1, Kiiahuinmiu street.
Tho .roarty to bo sold U a certain
lease of land situated tit Kaulu.Nuuanu,
Honolulu, made by J. if. Kaiiiiamano to
to tuld Alo arid leeonled In Liber 0!) on
Heeds nt tlio e.Njionso of inn chaser.
by .1. Austin, Ids attorney.
Honolulu, April 20, 1S87. Id !t b
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT'
X advertise n tho Daily Huu.rri., '
. A- hAmii
inly. . ' t 1 Vj MSI
Wffls&tA y f&
III r WrC
n. t ia . an iflfaiTiHqirgtiyi .r h urifclflTHi-Hn-linri rl iTlfcllftfMifni .
New Goods !
New Fashions !
Mr. L. B. KERR
lias received mid opened up his New
Bloc it of
CLOTH GOODS I
Comprlslngn largo ami well selected
Suitable for tho Season.
These goods were selected in England
by -Mr. Kerr personally, mid aro gunran
teed to bo of tlm-ilncst tpjiillty.
Mr. Kerr, having seemed tho services
of a XHW CUTTI3K, ho Is pie
pnrcd lo fullll orders with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street.
Open ovory afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
lflOl Proprietor. lyr
Txisst Xfceeeivedl !
by link "Harmiac,"
In i:urrolH ntul Hall- Jim-rclN.
For Salo by
Oil :iw OASTLK At COOKE.
J. HOPP & CO-
74 Kins Street.
Manufacturers mid Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bills or Patties In, small ov large
80 (pranlities. ly.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in tho Daily UuLLtTiN
A LL orders for Cartngo promptly at
Jt. tended to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
iu quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Onice, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'b
932 ly Mutual Ti Icpliono No. 19.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnkta Street.
Open every Pay and Evening,
Tho Library consists at tlio present
tbuo of over Five Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Ilooni Is supplied with
about llfty of tho leading nowspapers
and lioi lodlu lis.
A I'm lor Is piovlded for conversation
Tonus of membership, llfty pouts a
.iinntb, payable) qtuii torly In advance.
Xo foimallty required iu joining except
signing tho loll.
strangers from foreign countries nnel
vlsltore from tho other Islands mo wol
como to tho looms at all times tis'gucsts.
This Association having no regular
means of sunpoit except tho dues of
members, It Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who elcelro to avail them
selves of its privileges, and all who feel
an Interest In maintaining mi Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
mid become tegular coutilbutors.
A. J. OAHTWmailT, Pies.,
M. M. SCOTT, Viou-l'reslelcnt,
II. A. FAHMELEE, Secretary,
A. L.SMITH, Treasurer,
0. T. ItODGEKS, M.P.,
Chairman Hull and Library Committee
JOB PRINTING ol nil kiuels exe
cuted at tho Daily Uullcun OiUco
Let me have a mild
C I G A R
THE AHOVE REQUEST IS IIEAItD
dally In clirnr tt roj, tuloons and
oh r pi irn where cigars nto told, for
liUmi undisputed fnoi that mostsmokvis
prefer n mllii clgu- nnd that thoio who
have for a long tune smoked strong
clears, principally imported Manilas,
will, after having thoroughly injured
the stomach nnd Impaired Hie nirvous
ryirem surely wont a mild cigar, If they
could find the il.ht kind.
Ilo ninny tlituiHiuils i f ciwwor who
sillier from Ins of appetite, headache,
in no s Irritability, usihmn, etc., nnel
who kao tried all pos-lblo remedies
without success, might bo cured If ihcy
know that their RiiUcrlngs were caused
by the Intemperate use of stiong cigars,
and that they should only smoke mild
and properly prepared ones.
It is a fact that nil mild cltjms agree
well with Binokcrs, for In most cases
there is a hick of caro In tho selection of
tho tobacco, nnel often thu necessary tx
perlencc for it Is wanting, Act there Is
ono brand which suits thomosl fastidious
smoker, and that Is
"Sailer" Heal Cigar
Which is made from mild, nromnllo and
Carllcularly (elected nnd prepared to
acco, nnd eomhliics nil the qualities
which may bo expected from a health
olgar. It causes no bad effect of any
kind, is ngreeablo to tho taste, burrs
evenly to tho end nnel possesses a lino
aroma. No smoker should fall to give
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, nnd benefit himself at tho
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 First Street, 8. P, 89
For sale Everywhere.
Tabili LudoMc Btpi,
Telephone, :JOO. I o. llox -100.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly puro nnd made by steam, in
H land's Anti-Atmospheric Apparatus
With glass pumps. All copper ells,
persed with. Tho newest patent in.
CryHlnl Valvo XloLtK-h.
Only In use for Tahiti Lcmonndde.Grcn
inline mid Perfect Ginger Ale, ut 75 cents
per dozen, delivered to ouv part of tho
elty. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for the celebrated plain dry
So highly cfllcacious for dyspepsia, ns
supplicel to all tho principal families in
Honolulu, nnd exclusively to 11. U. M.'s
vessils of war,
r Hi and order promptl;- uttctulcd to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1, 18b7. 1509 ly
G. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
Order loft nt Olllce, with N. F. Bur
gess, 84 King Street, will bo promptly
ulteuded to. 69ly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, in quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Man I en iu Hay,
Orders aro hereby solicited nnd will
bo delivered ot nny locality witliiu tho
2Vo. S KING 6TKEET.
Iloth Tel.'iilioiiCH, 187. 61 2
Health is Wealth !
Dn. 13. 0. West's Hervk and Diuin Treat
ment, a ijuamntcod spccley for lljutcria, Dial-no-33.
Cunvulslona. l'lts, llervous Nt-urnli;ia,
uniiity and leiuhnii to mlsory, docny nnd dentin
l'romntura Old Aro, jJnrronncss, Lobs of l'ower
iu c'tthor box. Imulantary Lossou nnd Hpormntor
rliccn, oansnt by over-oiortlon ot tlio brain, Bolf.
nbuso, or otcr-Indiilgonco. VJach box containa
ono month h treatment. S1.00 n box, or bIx boxes
for $3.00, contby malt propuid on recoipt of prico.
WIJ UAKAXTEK SIX IIOXEH
To euro nny caso. WUhemchordorrocoIvod by u
for hix boxos, nccompaniod with SIM), wo will
Bond tho imrclWBronr written iiuariuitco to -nv
fund tho monoy it tlio trentraent does not effept
a euro. tjuaruntocB issued only by
XIOIuljIWX'Elt fc CO.
V E irlll mt thf bon r.rj lor ny cm rf Urn CunpltlAt'
lt viimot coro Willi W.it'i Vrf.LMa Ur.r lllli, ttp.D. Ih. ill,.
Ilool ! lUtctlr compll.il lib. 1 hjr iro turtlr tcc.UII., ml
o.t.rWI t tlr utUfutlon. SutuCcltta. Urr. Leiu.ros.
UlBlDgSOrUlajtScnU. tfor Ml. ly til dranUlt, li.wii.cl
louoUir.lt. in.1 ImlUlloDi. Tlit (coulnc tu.nuf.ctji.d oolr Ir
lOIINC. W1SI CO., HI 4 iVj W. U.JIK. SU, C?"l'
f m libl .Ugo i bjr ull p.i M oa m.l I o( 3 f nl lUit".
II0U4HIUV ct Co.,
80 Gm Wuolcsulo and HctaU AgenU
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