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STOVES, CHANDELBERS, LAMPS,
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Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
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House Keeping Goods,
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WED2CESDAY. WAY 1. 1887.
THE HYDE PAI1K DEMONSTHATION.
It is estimated that over 15.000
pooplo attended the anti-Coercion
meeting in Hyde l'aik.
The trreatesl throntr withered ut
the ulutf mis f i oin which Lord i
Mayor Sullivan, of Dublin, ai d
Concyhenr mill William Redmond,
members of Parliament, spoke.
Lord Mayor Sullivan, iu the course
of a most effective speech, asked:
"la it the wish of the workmen of
London that the honest, hard-woik-ing
tenantry of Ireland should be
forever crushed down?" A tre
mendous responsive "No" resound
ed throughout the park. The men
tion of the Queen being about to
celebrate her jubilee by signing
away the liberties of the people of
Ireland brought forth a torrent of
hisses, and the mention of Chamber
lain's name aroused a tempest of
groans and hisses, with cries of
"Traitor 1" Sullivan, in conclud
ing, assuicd his hearers that the
demonstration would carry hope and
joy into the hearts of the Irish. It
would eliecr many a poor, struggling
man to know that England was no
enemy of Ireland. "In return,"
he said, "don't let them believe,
thoc who say that the Irish arc the
moital, implacable enemies of Eng
land. That is all falsehood, woilhy
of the bottomless pit. Cheers. J
Let there be an end to oppression
and injustice, and there will be an
end of hutted." Prolonged cheer
ing. thi: osi:-Ai!Mi:n vaiisiot.
Michael Davitt referred to the
demonstration as a proof of the ap
proaching solidity of the people of
Great Britain and Ireland. In pro
portion as the masses began to
understand each other, bo classes
became alarmed. The privileged
classes well knew the inevitable
tendency of the Iiish Government,
and sought to crush the Irish
leaders, hoping to prevent tho Eng
lish people from following tho ex
ample set them bv the Irish. But
they would hold the fort in Ireland.
(Cheers). On tho day on which the
Crimes Act should become a law
they would either have to give up
the struggle that had been waged
for centuries, and lie down as slaves,
or render the system impossible of
duration. They would follow tuc
manlier course. The classes had in
the past built abridge of hate across
the Irish sea, but tho people would
pull it down and erect a bridge of
love between tho toilers of Ireland
and the honest workers of England.
John Burns, (Socialist leader)
followed Mr. Davitt. He declared
that the state of Ireland justified
civil war, and that the English peo
ple were ready to assist the Irish
peasants in revolt.
At 4 :'M o'clock the bugle sound
ed, and at this prearranged signal
the resolution condemning the
Crimes Act was put simultaneously
at all of the platforms. The reso
lution was curried amid a prolonged
roar of cheers.
thi: COLONIZATION 01" 18,000,000
aciii'.s or jir.xtcAN i-and-a iiaii.-
HOAD IN CHIAPAS.
C. B. Tnrrill has accepted an ap
pointment as Lund Commissioner of
the International Company of Mex
ico. Mr. Turrill says of tho com
pany that it has a giant of 18,000,
000 acres of land in Lower Califor
nia, tho whole of the region lying
between the L'8 of latitude and the
United States boundary line, and
bounded on the cast by the Gulf of
California and the Colorado river.
The international Company of Mex
ico was incorporated in Connecticut
about two years ago by a number of
capitalists. It obtained extensive
giants of land in the States of So
nora, Sinaloa, Guerrero and Chiapas,
together with a number of peculiar
ly valuable privileges. Theso priv
ileges, the granting of which the
company made a nine qua uon with
the Mexican Government befoio
taking the land, exempt settlers on
the company's land from taxation
for a long period, and also enable
them to impoit into the country frcu
of duty all necessary outfits, such as
farming utensils, clothing, otc.
Besides these civil rights tho com
pany has also the power to operate
railroads and steamboat lines, and
has already inaugurated further en
terprises in thu latter lino by insti
tuting weekly connection between
San Diego and Ensenada, an Todos
Santos Bay, where the capital of the
pew colony is to bo situated. Two
railroads aro also projected, one of
which, connecting Eji&ciuida with
Yuma, will doubtless bo constructed
within the present year. All tho
preliminary work of tho company ns
regards this section has been com
pleted. The entire region has been
carefully suivcycd and now only
awaits population. The lands, of
course, belonged to tho Mexican
Government. Tho title to them is
perfectly secure. Theso aro all
valuable concessions and render tho
grant very desirable. Thu moving
spiiit in this enterprise Is'Gcoigo 11.
Sisson, who has entire direction of
tho company's 'project, his hoad
qunitcr being at Sau Diego. Co
opciativp with M. Sisson as Land
Commissioner is yy. K- Webb, tho
m nn who was mainly instrumental
in building up nnd peopling tho
Stato of Kansas. Tho Picsidt-nt of
thu company is Edgar T. Wells of
Mr. Tun ill says that the soil is
i ich and the climate similar to that
of Southern California
Curlo3 Bfiger of San Benito and
Tupo Chulu, Mexico, Is In the city
on his way to Mexico. He it agent
for the linn of Louis Kullcr & Co.
of the city of Mexico, surveyors of
public Itimls of the btatcs of Chia
pas. They have a Contract to build
a inllroad from San Benito, on the
oieun. to Tupo Chula, twenty miles
Inland. Mr. Burger is on his way
to get final plans and directions for
the Inauguration of the work. Tho
llrm also intends building a pier at
Sau Benito, and when this woik is
completed it is expected that a lino
of steamships will be put on between
there and San Diego S. P. Bul
letin. POST OFFICE ENTERPRISE.
The British Post Olllco authori
ties, once o calmly sheltcicd be
hind the barriers of ortlcial etiquette,
now advcitlsc and cultivato busincbs
like any other flini of caniers and
agents. During the past few weeks
some hundreds of thousands of cir
culars have been dropped by post
men into letter boxes di awing the
attention of householders to the
facility offered by the postal system
and giving information regarding
parcels, compensation in case of
loss, reductions in postage, private
letter boxes, telegiams, piivate
wires and telephone exchanges,
money and postal orders, saving
bank deposits and investments, and
many other things, Postmen now
distribute to householders through
out the suburbs cards bearing the
initials P. P., to be displayed in the
windows as a signal when needed
for tho red collecting vans to call.
In this they simply follow the ox
ample of the suburban private car
riers and parcels delivery compa
nies. All postmen, moreover, now
supply copies of the penny Post
Olllcc handbook, which furnishes a
mass detailed information. Home
u.'i ,. .' ; ., -i
The Japanese Government lias en
gaged a young lady of San Francisco
to organize n school ot domestic
service at Tokio, to familiarize Jap
anese girls with American customs.
The :SO,()00 type-writers in Amer
ica are to hau a monthly journal
published in their interest.
0. 8. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Mariposa May 13
Australia May 111
Zealandia June 10
Australia June 28
Alameda July 8
Australia Tuly 20
Mariposa August .0
Australia August 23
Zealandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 30
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 13
Zealandia November 25
Australia December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Zealandia May C
Australia May 10
Alameda June 3
Australia ' June 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July fl
Zealandia July 20
Australia August 2
Alameda August 20
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zealandia October 21
Australia October 25
Alameda November 18
Australia November 22
Mariposa December 10
Australia December 20
Zealandia (1888) January 13
TylACNETIO ELASTIC TRUSS
nnd O.NI.T OENCIXB
..... B lantl. IVM BVBT1
ratio, tliuirureil thou.nnl. hHtotMsft.
iSend fnr Fr. lllustrM l'smplilut Isa 1.
304 NORTH UIXTH BTHEET, 8T. LOUIS, MO.
704 HAO'MFWTO BT . BAN VHAN01HOO OAT.
Feb. JS, "87.
1) -VAN'S BOAT BUILDING
XV SHOP. Hear of Luuv. Mill.
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure and Sale,
TX ACCOHDANOE WITH A l'OW EH
JL of sulu coulabi"d In a certain niiul
gugo niailit by Alo to Shnr York, (Piled
March 8th, 1811, and lecoidcd In I.il.er
KO on p ige IU7. Notleu Is heroby given
that the said moitgaguu intends to fore,
clou said mm igajio lor condition broken
to wit: tho mm payment Ihuieof, rpid
upon said foreclosure will sell ot public
auption nl thu snlesrooni of E. l Adams
tc Co., iiiictioneurH, ou Queen sticet, In
Houoliilii. on WEl)NIi)AY, tho 18th
div of May, 1887, at 12 in., nil of the
right, title and interistot tho said Alo
in und to thu piumlscs descilbcd iu bi:l;l
Furthir particulars eau bo had cf J.
Austin, H, Kuahumanii blrcct.
The proj orty to bo sold la a certain
lenso of hind situated at Kiiiilu,Nuiinnu,
Honolulu, Hindu by .1. K. Kuununiuno to
to said Alo and recorded In Lluoi Gil on
Deeds nt tho opoiiBO of tiijichnscr.
SHAU VOltK, Mortagcc,
lfy J. Austin, his attornoy.
Honolulu, Apiil 20, 1887. Wilts
IF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
advertise iu thu Daily Bulletin,
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Why am I so Miserablo?
So wei k and 1 g il I r Why micIi
hear bins ml 1'iitii in llm slnmifb,
t noli itchllty, und micIi m un.loii'mt
lu-le In ihe mouth? V y hi time t.cb
h uuiiuiiii'iiiil cite, 'ii d nn n tigniii DM- h
ill u Is'i fi) loir V y 1 -1 i- mind
ir .i.unili inllilil. , iis, ontl i g menu.
ciiul, mm! (Ii jeoieuV why mis unit
until fe 1 u Mier tNi) ii p i lieiii.li n of
aini.u limwu.uiy tin' uir, i n i in t lit any
i i i i i-n 1 hj i tfd iii'i-i, hfi Lining iijMnt d i's
tli iili route f ai' eilnimlv Mils lui o. d
mt;' N Imt i- tin. iuj.iIil' uf tin e
ilil, 1 U iicmluol e-; tli vlolci I p 1.
Ihtu i n of he I ia , hi f Vl'Iis'i r a -le
o-i, ii i M- tn k Ii ce.t ; till tit-
tin lull uml diuuii.y rltup, huh hi lug
no refreshing rest, hut only iiiotiiiltiu,s
and iiiuttL'ilii'J, nnd the horrors of tho
Tliu iint-wf r Is: These nre the symp
toniH ol Indigestion or Dyspepsia the
bculnnlne and tho forerunner of i.lniost
every other htitmm tlisunvo. Indigestion
h ii weakness or wnnt of power of the
digestive lluids of the s'mnnuh to con
vert tho food Into henllhy mntttr for lite
proper nourishment of tliu body. It is
caused met frequently by thu Irrogu.
1 uliy of dlut, or Imniopcr looil. wnut of
healthy c.xercUo and puro outdoor ulr.
It limy ho Induced by mental disttcas
the chock c.f some great calamity. It
limy he, nnd often Is, nggiavuttd nnd In.
tunsllkd, if not orlulunlly brought on,
by cxlmucllon from intense, ineiittil np
plication, of )ili steal overwork, lninut.
tie troubles, tinxicty In buslncM, or lluun.
eial cmlmrrn&uicnto, If thu stoinueli
could always to kv.,t In irder, death
would no longer hu a mbjiot uf feirful
anxiety to thu young unit liilddle.ngtd.
but what would bo comomplatid by all
us a vlit ot nn expected Iricml at thu
close of a pcnrcful nnd h ippy old ngc.
Howoer, the Hist hnstllo Invader upon
tliu domain of hiallh ami hupnluuis U
U tltcio any lelltf, tiny leincdy, any
cuiuf Thut U the nuestion of the Mif
fci lug nnd unhappy dyipiplle. Wljtilh
wanted Is a medicine that will thorough.
ly ii novate the stomach, lowel, lher,
nnd kidneys, nnd a Hold speedy and ef.
i'ccluul assistance to tho digestive org ins,
and i cM ore to the ncnoiij und uiiibuiilar
) slums their oilgiu.U energy.
Such a medicine is hnppiiy (it hand.
Never in thu history of medUal dlrcov.
eiies1, evidenced by a dozen yeius' thor
ough list, hastheiobfcn found a remedy
fur Indigestion h speedy, eo b'iic, and
k surprising In its losulls as Slegel's
Curative Symp, but to-duj It is ti standard
remedv for that almost univertut uillic-
tlon hi every civilized counliy In Europe,
A"ln, Afilei and America. Public les
timotii ds nnd private letters from mill,
ti y ollleers, baukir.-i, merchants, shin
c pubis, mechanic, fitmers, and their
wikis und daughters, alike cnntltm Its
Nearly Raised liim from tlie
Swl's Cottnce. 'N'nltoii.on.thc.Niize,
August Tth, 18SC.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If a testimonial is of any
use to yju respecting thu remarkable
cure I luivu dulml by taking your
"Slegel's Syrup," you are ut liberty to
in iku any usu of this you may deem
l.cst. Por upwards of twehe years I
avo sull'cred from extiomo Nervous De
bility and Gastric O.itairh which re
ducedjjnie so tbat 1 was totally unable to
do nnyjbuslnesb, and caused gicat pros
ttation uml weakness. About thrco
yeius ago I hud tho ndvico ef scverul
mcinbcis of tho medical faculty, nnd
under their lte.itment derived llttlo or
no good. Being In town siine ten
months ago, I was advised to try your
Curative byriip, and purchasul a hotile.
I utiil not lakeu many doses befoie I be.
gan to feel a fresh ntau. I could walk
with eusj, wlillo bcfoiolliadlmid work
to carry ono leg bif oio the other. My
strength gradually Increased and my
evesiglit got Uetler, which ucioro l ire
qiiuntly lost, owing to tho malady arib
big from a sluggish liver, often in bed
fir several du.vs with piles, and could
baldly move. lam thankful to you and
to God for neatly raising me from tho
grave, for It was nothing but your Bel.
gel's Syrup that has restored mo to io
bust health. Yours faithfully.
Itevesby, near Boston.
December Ulst, 1880.
A.J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your SlegelM Syrup I find
hasanincteasingsalo in this neighbor
hood, and shall always do my bust to
further the bale of nn article that every
ouo that purchases speaks highly in its
fivor. I also have great satisfaction in
snyhig that I cpilto believe my -wife ivai,
permanently cured of Indigestion nnd
Wind ou tlie Stomach, fiom which she
had iuUuredsiitcnscly sometime previou
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queen's Counly, Ireland,
December 21lh, 1880.
A. .I.Whilo, Limited.
Dear Sir: I hopu that your Siogel's
Syrup and Tills may get thu sole they so
well deserve. I had u vety delicate
child, it boy now over nine years, but
hi big avciso to citing any kind of veg.
etablu or food from his birth, 1 boiin
giving him Mother Sicgel's dilutive
Syrup, and i.l'ior a fovv weeks ho ricov
ciud so as to be ablo to consume ns much
food ns othir hoys of his age, and to tho
gtcit astonishment of his nolghbouis, he
Is lively, getting Into llesh. and thriving
as well as boys of his ago do. We give
nil tho ciedlt of his retoveiy to Slegel's
Syrup. Yours faithfully,
1(107 S Maxwell.
Tlio Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
ICcep constantly on htiii'l forMilo
Steam Family and Blnckimith Coa
and a general assortment of
415 Bar Iron.
New Fashions !
Mr. L. B. KERR
ri.e Ived and op md
up h's vow
CLOTH GOODS !
Commislngnlnrgcand well .selected
Suitiblo for the Season.
Theso goods wcro (elected m England
by Mr. Kerr personally, nnd aro guaran
teed to bo of tho llncst quality.
Mr, Kerr, having secured the services
of a K11W CUTTEK, ho is pre.
pared to fulfil orders with thu utmost
23 Merchant Street,
Open every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
"TIIOaXAWi 33. WAIiL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
Jnt; Keceived !
Ai.. hy B irk " Sarannc,"
In lliurelM nn it Half liarrcln.
For Sale by
OASTIiK & COOKE.
J. HOPP & CO.
74 King Street.
Manufacturers and Impotters of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
Parties in small
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advcrllso It in tho Daily Bullktin
A LL orders for Cartage promptly at
J. tended to. Particular altentiou
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Office, adjoining E. V. Adams & Co.'s
982 ly Mutual T lephoiio No. 10.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & AluUen SirectH.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at tho pieseut
timu of over l-'Ivo Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Itiiom Is supplied with
about fifty of the leading nevvspapeis
A l'ailor Is provided for conversation
Teinis of membeishlp, fifty cents a
Jionlli, payable qiiiuteily lu advance.
No founallty leqnlied lu joining except
signing the loll.
Sliangers from foreign countries and
vlsltois from tliu other islands mo wel
come to tho looms at all times as guests.
This Association having no legular
means of suppoit except the dues of
members, it Is expected that lCbldunts
of Honolulu who i!clie to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
an Interest In maintaining an Institution
of this Kind, will put down their names
and become icgulur coutilhutois.
A. J. OAltTWHIGIIT, Pros,,
M. 51. SCOTT, Vleti-l'iosldent,
11. A. PAltMELKE, Secietaiy,
A. L.SMITH. Tieasuier,
0. T. HODGKHS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
JOB PRINTING of all klmh exe
cuted at tho Di ii.y Bulletin OOleo
!f ' SrJiMyrjffyrf
Let me have a mild
T.IE AlU-Vn HCQUFT IS HPAUD
dally lit clKur it re, salooi sail
ii h r plie8 wliete clgnr nru mid, f r
1 l-im iiiidlspiiKd Inc thai mosinnuurs
pr- fur a liilhl c'gir und Hint Ihn-u who
In.vj lor a long tm o smoked Mm tig
ciynre, riueipiilly Inipnrlid Maiiihi',
will, after having thuiuiiuhlv It jured
the -tomticli nnd Impalnd tliu mrv'Mii
ys un s irely ani u it lid cigar, li ih y
cjiiIiI find thu it ht k ml.
Ilo i in itiy I'lnii mi ii. f ni") er' wl o
sulle fnun' 1 s'la pitiie, lieu aril ,
mro s Irl'itillly iiilinu en., Mid
who have tried till p s llle riicdii
without sucros, mlaht be cured It' they
Know that thulr stillctlngs wcro caused
by tho InUmpcrato uo of siioug cigars,
nnd that Ihey should only smoke mild
nnd properly prepared ones.
It is a fact that all mild cleats ngreo
well with smokers', for iu most cases
there is a lack of cnio iu tho selection of
the tobacco, nnd often the tucessary ex.
rcrlenco for It Is wanting, jet llurols
ouo brand which suits the must fastidious
smoker, and thal.ls
"Sailer" Healll Cigar
Which is made from mild, aromatic nnd
particularly selected nnd prepared to
bacco, auit (oinhltius nil the qualities
which may bo cxpectul from a health
clgnr. Il causes no hid effect of any
kind. Is agroeablo to the taste, buns
evenly to the end and possesses a fine
atoina. No smoker should fall to give
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fnir trial, nnd benefit himself at (he
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 First Street, S.F, 8U
For sale Everywhere.
Tahiti Liiiuiiiiiiilij Dpi,
Tetciihoue, .100. V. O. Ilox 400.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly puro and mado by sUnm, In
Ultima's Auil.Almusphcrle Aj parulus
with glass pumps. All copper ills,
perscd with. Tho newest patent in
Cry h tul Vnlvo UotlloH
Only in uso for Tahiti Lcmonadde, Grcn
adino and 1'eiftct Ginger Ale, ut 7") cents
per dozen, delivered to any part of the
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for tho celebrated plain dry
So highly efficacious for dyspepsia, ns
supplied to all thu principal limbics in
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. li. M.'a
vessels of war.
iHlnmt orilcrn iiromptl; attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1, 18t7. 1599 ly
G, E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
Order loft at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, t?4 King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. CDly
S. M, CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, lu quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders aro hereby solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within the
No. 8 KIjTVO STREET.
Both Telephone. 187. US
Un. li. 0. West's NEnvn and Duaih Treat
ment, n Buarantced siclu for Hjutorin, Uizil
nnss. OunvuUlons. l'lts, iSerrous NouralciH,
ot alcohol or tolmcco, Wakofamoen, Jtcntal Do.
prcoilon, Boftonins ot tlio Drain, roaultlnK in in
nullity nml liiudinv to intsory, dacay und dentin
l'reinaturu Old Ako, t.irroiiiicns, Lobb oC I'owcr
in nitlior box. Involuntary Lobsos and hrermntor
rliocu, cnuswl by over-exertion ot tlio brain, eelf
aliuso, or ovor-indulRonco. Kaclt box contains
for $5.00, sen t by mail pro paid on receipt of pricu.
WK UAHAXTEU HIX llOXI'.S
Tocuronnycaso. With each order recolTed by tin
for hix boxes, accouipuniod with S'i.00. to will
Bend tho purchuBorourwnttoii iriuirauico tu .ri
fand tlio mouoy if tliotrcutmontiWca not effect
u euro, (i miraiitocs issued only by
IIOLLIHTEll & CO.
TrcwlllpkrtfcaUTirwtnt fortnf uof LirfrCompltlil
PytHT1 fi'tk H'Ujicb, loditiiioo, Cooilipklloa or CmUtcaai
w ccOQt curs with Wtit'l VrctULU Uf tr lllli, wlua the duet
llooiut U telly cooiplkd rrllb. Tbtyir parti Vf(aUUl,t4
DtTtrWl lo Klrt itthfkcllou. Bujit Coaled, Ijtrg boi(itcoo
1d1oj tO .11U, 115 cU. r itli hy alt tjrtinlni Uwn of
touaterfelU anj ImttatluLi. Tit tenuln tnanuUoiort J only by
JOHN O, WIST A CO , 1S1 A IbJ W, Ulivm fcL, Cbkafo.
! lilal a(.aa tnt ly tcall pri iUca rtcilUf a 3 ccatitavp
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