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Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
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in New Designs.
From the very 1jc3 makers.
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Every Description of
Book and General Printing
Executed with neatness and dispatch.
Jffiff Type, Borders,
Of the Latest Designs.
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mill shipped to tiny part of the Kingdom
Ornaments, &c, k,
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ft gjaijjj gaUUiin,
THURSDAY. MAY, 5 1887.
A REMARKABLE VOYAGE IN A RE
A small boat (the llonicvvniel
Bound) lias arrived at Hover, Kng
land, with a crew of tin ce hands,
having accomplished the feat of sail
ing f i oni 1'oit Natal to England.
The Homeward Bound looks any
thing but a capable craft to peifonn
such a Yoyagc, yet, dining a jour
ney of ten lnonths, witli the excep
tion of touching at two ports, she
has been at sea the whole lime, and
in home very tempestuous weather.
Her iiioasiitetueiil is aa follows:
Length, '20 feet; depth, -S feet;
breadth, 7 feet. She is only 1' tons,
and diaws about thrco feet, tho
height of her gunwale fioin the
water-level being about eighteen
inches. All the upper parts of the
craft arc well worn by the constant
washing of the sea. The bottom of
the boat is covered with long barn
acles, and grass is growing at con
siderable length on her hull up as
far as the water-line. Tho boat was
built in accordance with the ideas of
Capt. Nilson, the owner, who, on
being asked, states that his only
motives in mossing was to prove
that it was not impossible in such a
small ciaft to weather the Cape of
Good Hope in the worst part of the
year. The other two members of
tho crow arc Norwegians, and the
vessel left Natal in May last. Dur
ing four weeks the most tempestuous
weather was experienced, and tho
crew's clothing lirerally rolted off
them by being constantly wet ; for
four days the waves were frequently
breaking over them. The boat is so
constructed that the hatches can be
slid along so as to cover it in almost
entirely. S. F. Call.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
Cholera is repoitcd at Guaymas
The printers' strike at San Diego
gives promise of a failure.
San Luis Obispo is active in
dividing up its large land grants.
There is yet no clue to the author
ofthcKIumpf niuulcrcr at Sacia
mento. Receipts of the flower festival at
Los Angeles for two weeks were
The rainfall at l'oiland, Or.,
since August has exceeded the usual
Thero aic sic daily papers nt San
Diego now. The latest venture is a
The Washington Territory con
victs will be removed from Seatco to
"Walla "Walla on the 1st of May.
Great preparations aio being made
for the Grand Auny Encampment of
Northern California, which assem
bles at Chico next TuursiUiy, con
tinuing three days.
An ii ligation district is pioposcd
between tho Merced and Tuolunmo
rivers to enibiace 200,000 acres of
aiablc laud, and Stanislaus antici
pates a deserving boom, if tho pio
poscd scheme is carried out.
The name of the l'ostollicu nt
Irving, Alameda county, has been
changed to Irvington. Bcitha Uay
mond and Simon 1'. Ginbeison have
been commissioned Postmasters re
spectively at Cornwall Station and
There is fear that tioublo will
come out of the killing of the China
man near Butte City, Colusa count',
recently, by a posse in scarcli of tho
niindcicr of Mis. lilioi. Tho Chi
neso are said to bo thicatcning ven
geance. It is now believed Hong
Dye has made good his escape.
A lcpoit fiom Nogaics, A. T.,
says that Cajeme, the famous Yaqui
chief, was shot at Modauo, a small
seaport about twenty miles from
Guaymas by the Mexican authoii
ties. Another report is that he was
hanged at the Guaymas cemetery;
and another is that he is still alive
but will be executed in the presence
of his tribe.
'A Los Angeles dcspatcli says:
Tho right of way for the Atchison
Hoad cutofl'f loin Lamonda Park to
Baymond is all seemed except one
place, which will bo condemned,
i'he railroad company will subdivide
tho lands recently purchased near
Hnyinond, though they reserve a
number of acres. It is rumored
machine shops will bo located there.
The Marysville Appeal says: Tho
planting of Egyptian com is be
coming quito nu industiy, and is
being made piofltablc by thoso who
have undei taken Hand sccuied good
land for that purpose. On tlio Mnr
cuso ranch in Sutter county 1,000
acres aro being put in, and men
have just commenced planting tho
seeds. D. J. Kcrtchepi is iiitctcstpe
in tho crop, and is ovci seeing the
work. S. P. Bulletin.
Having ft-euieil the Sorvleos of
Geo, C. Stratemeyer
wo nro prepared to execute all
House or Sig-ii.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT',
X iul m Iso in the Daily JJulu-t-.v,
London, April 24. The uestlon
of who broko up tho lound-tabio
conference belongs to present poll
tics as much as to history. It has
been discussed on both sides this
week. Morlcy nhd Harcouit agree
In putting the blame for Its failuio
on Chamberlain. Morlcy practically
says It was Chamberlain's well
remembered letter to the Haptisl
which did tho mischief. Inside the
conference, according to Moiloy,
Chamberlain was conciliator', but
once outxide he used language which
made an agreement impossible.
Chamberlain is far away to Scot
land, but his Birmingham friends
leply for him. The real tiulh is
very different. The conference had
practically agreed, but Gladstone
decline to sanction the agiccment.
Then he and Chambeilain met, in
the latter part of Maicli, to discuss
tho hitch when they failed. Cham
berlain tried to lr3' the responsibi
lity for continuing the disunion of
the Liberal patty on Gladstone.
Radical discontent witii things in
gcueial is just now expressing itself
in hostility to the jubilee. Not
only tho jubilee, but tho Queen has
been hissed at more meetings than
one. The woiking population of
the east end of London are irrritated
by demands for subscriptions for
various jubilco offoiings. Tne lead
ing Gladstone organ in London
makes itself the mouthpiece of this
initntion. It called these appeals
a jubilee polltax, which it thinks is
humiliating. It insists that a pres
sure is put on the military and
naval services, and wherever the
state llguics as tho employer or pay
master. A new feature is just dis
covered in tho colonics, which aro
asked to give on tho pretenso that
the people of England are subscrib
ing with enthusiasm, which tho Dully
A'cics denies with some nspciity.
London, April 21th. The Clyde
yacht Thistle will bo launched next
Tuesday afternoon. Great mystery
continues to shioud her. She is con
structed undei a shed and will be
placed in the water under a canvas
cover. The final coat of anlifouling
paint is now being applied. Scotch
men arc jubilant and tho few who
have seen the coining racer, declare
she will show something in the wny
of sailing that nothing in Amci lea
It is said that tho whitc-pino lum
ber of Miclilgan will be exhausted
in a few yeais.
O. f. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Mariposa May 13
Australia May SI
Zcalaudi.i June 10
Australia. June 28
Alameda July S
Australia July 2G
Mariposa August f
Australia August 23
Zcalandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September !0
Austialia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Austialia November 1.')
Zealandia November 2f
Austialia December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu (or San Francisco.
Zcalandia May G
Austialia May 10
Alameda June 3
Australia Juno 7
Maiiposa July 1
Australia July 5
Zealand ja July 29
Australia ....,., August 2
Alameda August 2G
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zealandia. October 2 1
Australia October 23
Alameda November 18
Austrnlia November 22
Mariposa , December 1G
Australia December 20
Zealandia (1888) January 13
'Oiiruil hy the OelnhrntM
mi WEIlOE'Bl'Ari NT
MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS
Oriulnut nnil Only (Icnuise
rave, iinacunwl thoannruiR stab I8i1.
w vienn for ro Jllimt r'd iMmj.hlet tin 1.
MARMPTin PI AfiTinYDI bg rr
301 NORTKBIxniBTUFET'ST I.OUIB.llo'
1,704 BAO'MFNTO HT , HAN FHANOISCO CJAIj
Tub. 8. '87.
1 RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
X SHOP. INr of Lucai' Mill.
Mortgagee's Notico of Fore
closure and Salo,
IN ACCORDANCE WITH AI'OWBU
of sale contaln-el in a cerlaln mort
gage ini'de by Alo to Shur York, lutul
March 8th, IStii, anil recorded la Liber
ICO on pago 1U7. Nollco Is hereby given
thut the tnid mortgageo Intends lo fore
close wild moi Igiifjo for condition broken
to wit: ilio non payment (hereof, and
upon Mild fiircchwuio will Ml nt public
unction at tlm Milemiom of L V. Adams
it On., uuelioneeiH, on Queen Micot, in
Honolulu, on WBDNB&DAY, tho 18th
dry of May, 1887, at 12m., all of the
right, title and interest of tho said Alo
In and to the premises described in snlil
I,,iutlicrinrllculnr8 can ho had of J.
Austin, 14, ICnaliumanu street.
. The property to bo sold Is a certain
lease of hind pltimtedatIvaulu,Nuimnu,
Honolulu, made by J. 1C. Kauminmno to
to unld Alo and rccoidcd in Liber (J!l on
Deeds af tho cxponso of mirclintcr.
81IAB VOHIC. Mnrtiigee,
lly J. Austin, his attorney.
Honolulu, April 0, 1887. 18 Ut n
gFrr j j JM
1A S iM
Why am I so Misorablo?
Bo wenk and lirguld? Why such
heartburns nud pnlns In the stomnch,
such ncldlty, and such nn unfile isant
tiifcto In Ihc mouth? Why nt times Midi
n cnnwliiu'iippellle, and ihtn ngulti sudi
dlMellsli for (ood ? Why U the mind bo
frequently irrltiblc, desponding, nielnn.
choly, mid dejected? Why noes one
often fed under tliu nj prehension of
some imaginary danger, und Klnrt nt any
uticxptctul nolie, Incoming ngitntid ns
tliui;h Fome great cilnmity was Impend.
Ing? What i the luennbur of the o
dull, del; he.idncho; th se violent pil.
pitailoux of the heat r, ihl t vialsh rts'
k'Mic s, lli'Mi night suuiuw: Ihl-t dls
turbed and dreamy i-kep, wliidi biings
no refrtfhlng reel, but only moniiltiga
and mulieilng, and the horrors of tho
The answer Is; These nio the symp
toma of liidigesllon of Dyspepsia the
beginning nud the foieruimer of nlmost
every other hiitniui disease. Indlgeiloii
h n weiiknebi or want of powir of tlie
dlgestle (luhU of the s'omneh to ron
vert the food into healthy mittir for the
piopftr noiiribhiiient of the body. It Is
causal most frequently by the Irrcgu.
1 uiiy of diet, or Improper lood, wmit of
healthy exi-rdui and pure outdoor nir.
J L inny lia ludutcd by uientil dlstics
tho ihock ( f some gnat cilnmity. It
m ly lie, mid often Is, aggravated and In.
lui-dllul.'lr tint orlgbiully biought on,
by cnIi uistlon fiom Intense mentiil up
plication, of physical overwork, (linnet',
tie troubles, anxiety In hi Hirers, oi-Ilium-ehil
emliiirras&uicnls, It tho stomach
could alwnya lo kept in cider, death
would no longer bo a nibjeot of leirful
nn.xlely to tho young and middlc-iiged,
but what would be contemplated by all
as a vbit of nu expeeiid lilend nt the
eloso of a peaceful and hippy old age.
Hocer, the Hist htsille invader upon
the domain of health and luipplno-s U
Is tlure any lellcf, any leinedy, any
cuief That ii tho question of tho sut"
feiiiigiind unhappy dyspeptic. Wliatij
wanted lin raoilleino that will t'loiough.
ly Kiinvi.te the btoiuaeh, lowel, llxer,
and Uidne.vs, and ullbid speedy nu I of.
tVclual nssl jtnnce to the (llg!live orguie,
and restore lo the nunmu iid musuutar
js'cms their oilglual energy.
Such a medicine Is happily nt hand.
Never In (he history of medlral ell-cov-eilef,
cdilcnec 1 by a dnen years' thor
ough tm, Ins tbeie been found a remedy
for Indigestion so hpeedy, so sure, anil
o Biirpritlug in Its results as Siogcl's
Curative Syrup, but to daj 1 1 is a standard
remedy for Hint almost unherbnl nllllc
tlon in every civllicd country In Lnrupe,
Ala, Alrlci and America. 1'iiblio lcs
timoniiiU and private lotleis from mill.
tiny ollkers, li.inkeH, uicrelitiutM, ship
cnilaius, uueliiiiiic", l'umorf, and theii
wives nud diUiglitoi.J, alike coullim its
Nearly Raised liirn from tho
Sw Iss Cottage, Wnlton-on.thc.Noc,
August 27th, 188G.
A. J. While, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If a testimonial Is of any
use to you itspecting the icinaiknhlo
cure I luivo derived by taking your
"Siegel's Syrup," jou aro at liberty to
niiiko any uso of this jou may deem
leu. For upwaids ef tweho yean I
avosullcred from extreme Xenons l)e
lillty and Gatrlc Catniih which re
duce iljmu so that I was loudly nimble to
do nnyjbtisiness, and caused gicat pros,
trillion nud weakness. About three
yeirs ago I hud tho ndvico tf several
uiembcis of tho meiTicnl faculty, and
under their treiitmeat derived Jlttlc or
no good. Being in town some ten
months ago, I was advitcd to try your
Uurathe fcyrup, and purchased a bottle.
1 had not lakea mmy doics befoie I be.
gin lo feel a frcdi man. I could walk
wltheasi, while before Iliad haul work
tociiriyono leg bdoro thei other. My
stieagth gradually Increased and my
eyesight got better, which before I fre
quently lot, owing to the malady aris
lug Irom a sUiggith liver, often In bed
fir several da.vs with pile", and could
haidly move. lain thankful to s on and
to God for nearly raising mo from the
grave, for it was nothing but your Sd.
gel's Syrup that has lestored inolo re),
bust heallh. Yotus faithfully,
Ilcvcsby, near Boston,
December aisl, 188(1.
A.J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your Hlegcl's Symp I Ibid
hns nn Increasing falo in this neighbor.
I:ood, ami di.'ill nhinys do my Lest to
furthest the nlo of an article that every
one that piiioln'.i-cs i-peaks highly in its
favor. I also have great Eatlsfnetlon in
saying that 1 quite bdlevo my wife was
ficimuHcnlly cuied of Indigestion and
Wind on the Stomach, from which she
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queen's County, lielnnd,
December 2 lib, 188(1.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear fcir: I hope that your Siogcl's
Syrup and J'Hh may get the gale thuy so
well deserve. 1 hud a very delicate
child, a loynow over ninu years, but
bdngnverso to eating any kind of eg.
etabio or food from his birth, 1 began
giving him Mother Siegel's Curntive
Svmp, and nl'iur a few weeks ho recov
ered so as to be able to consume ns much
food as other bovs of hh age, ami lo the
gieit astonishment of lis nelglibouis, he
is lively, getting Into llof.li. and thriving
as well as boys of his ago do. Wo give
nil Hie ciodlt of Ids reeoveiy to Siegel's
Symp. Yenns faithfully,
1(507 S. Maxwkm,.
Tlio Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on bund for snlo
Steam. Family and Blacjumith Coa
and a gcnoial assortment of
4io Bar Iron.
WMmM" " -na
New Goods !
Has received and oprncil up his Now
Compilslngalargcniid well selected
TIumj goods were lelcclcel in England
ly Mr. Keir pcrsemnlly, and ate guaran
teed to bo of the finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, having Feeuio 1 tho cervices
of a JiMW CUTMIK, ho is pre
pared to lullll ordeis with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street.
In leul tubes U thcplcnsantet yetmndo
foi the face, which wllh
Patent Terebene Soap
is combined with Trebene, thenntifep
tic and purifying piopertlcs of which
nro wemderfal. For pale by
21 lw. CASTLE & COOKE.
Open every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
TIIOMAS E. AV-A.JL.X,,
1C01 Fiopriclor. lyr
J- IIOPP & CO-
71 Kinsi Street.
Manufacturers and Impoitcrs of nil
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bil's or I'aillcs in small or hrge
80 quantities. ly.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertise it In tho Daily Uum.h.tin
I I A. Y IT, I .
LL orders for Cartage promptly at
XI tended to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Olllcc, adjoining K. P. Adnms & Co.'s
082 ly Mutual T lephono No. 10.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alaken Sioch.
Open evcty Day nnil Evening.
Tho Lilnnry conlsts nt tho picscnt
time of overFivo Thousand Voluiuei).
Tho KoadiiiK lloom U supplied wllli
about fifty of the leading uevvspnpeis
anil pci Iodic lis,
A i'ailor Is provided for couvcisatlou
Teims of mcnihcishlp, llfty conts a
Jiontli, payable qnaitcily in ailvniiec.
No formality leepiheel In joining except
signing tho i oil.
Stiaugcis fiomfoicign eoitniiicsnml
visltois fiom tho other Islands mo wel
come to the looms at all times as guests.
This Association having no legular
means of -suppoit except the dues of
membeis, it Is expected that le-ldents
of Honolulu who desho lo avail them
selves of Its pilvlleges, and all who feel
an luteicst In maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
ami become legiihircoutilbutnis.
A. J. OAlcTWIUOUT, Pies.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vlco-l'tesldcut,
II. A. PAHMKUW, Societary,
A. 1j, SMITH, Tiensiuor,
0. T. ItODQr.KS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and I.lbiaiy Cnmmlttco.
JOB PRINTING ol ull kinds exc
cuied at tho JJiii.Y Uulleun OlUco
Let me have a mild
C I G A R
'pilll ADOVK KEQUlT IS HEARD
X dally in cigar f t rc, fnloors aid
o'lier il tees where olgaid aro fold, fur
IiHiui undisputed fuel that moM smokers
nu fern mild cigar uttd that thote who
luivo for a long tnno smoked strong
cigars, prlnclpnlly imported Manilas,
will, lifter having thotougldy injured
the Momiich nnd impaired llio mrvoua
vsiem surely want a mild clgnr.K thtv
could find the ihht kind. ''"""-J
llort in my tlnmtninlscf unnken who
sillier from lji of appetite, heiidach.'.
mrvo s Irrllablllly, a-tlimn, etc., and
who have tried all possible rune-dies
vvllhotit siicec, niicht I o cured If tln-y
knew that their KUirerings were caused
by the Intemperate uo of siiong cigars,
and Hut they should only smoke mild
oiid piopcrly prepared one-.
It N a fact that nil mild clems ngrco
well with smokers, for in mon cie-eg
Ibe'o in a hick of care in the (election of
tho tobicco, nnd often the necessary ex.
perletxo for it in wanting, vet Iheiols
one brand which suits tlio moil fastidious
smoker, and that U
"SaiBler" Healli Cipr
Which is mnile fiom inlld.nromailc find
Tiarliciilurry tuleeted nud prep.md to
baeeo, nnd eombliics nil the qualities
which may bo expeeted from a health
elgnr. It eau-es no bid ellcct of any
kind, Is agrceablo to tlio lame, bun's
tvenly to tho end and possesses a dim
aroma. No smoker should fall to glvo
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trla', and benefit himself at tho
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 First Street, 8. F, ftu
For sale Everywhere.
Taliitl Lenaile Depot,
Telephone, aoo. 1. o. Uox -10t.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoicughly iuio and iiuide by fcteain, lu
Hv hum's Anll-Atmoi-pheilc Apparatu
with glnss pumps. All copper dls.
pcrted with. Tlio newest patent la
Ci'yHtnl Vulvo liottlcw
Only In uso for Tahiti Lcmonadde, Urcn
adino and Perfect Ginger Ale, nt Toccata
perdo7cn, dellveicd toauv part of tho
city. And C'odd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for tho celebrated plum dry
So highly elllcacious for dyspepsia, ns
supplied to all tho principal 1 unilics in
Honolulu, nnd exclusively to II. U, M.'u
vessels of war.
iBlnnd ordcrn promptly attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1, 187. 15S01y
C, E, FRASHER,
VEt.LkK IN -
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
Order left at Office, with N. F. Hi r
gees, W Kiug Slitet, will be promptly
attcuded to. C'Jly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for talc, In quantities
to suit :
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Ordeis nre hcrehy solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within the
No. 83 KINO STBEET.
llotli TclciihonvM, 1M7. Ci3
Health is Wealth !
Da. K. 0. West's Neiive and nnAitr TnKAT.
STENT, ii (ruarnntccil epecifif for Iljutorin, Dltzl.
nosi. Convulsion'), I'Us, riorvoug Nturalgln,
of alcohol or lolmccii, Vakefuln8, Slcntal Do.
prosilon, Softoiituu of tlio Drain, rotuiItliiR in in
fiinity and lf,"tinu to misery, decay nnd dunths
l'rumnturo Old Aro, Ilnrronncea, Lom of Tower
in oitlier box. Involuntary Imsp nnd Hiwrmato.
rheen, caused by o ver-oiertlon of tlio brain, Bolf
nliuso, or ovor-lnuulRonca. Uncli box contain
ono month'H treatment. $1.00 a box, or nix boron
for SMX), soutby mail pro paid oarocoiiit of prico.
wn uvakanti-i: six noxr.a
To euro nny cuso. With each order received by u
for hIx ooxoh, nocomiKiniod with $5.00, wo will
rend tho jiurtlmwirourwritton tjuarunteotu ro.
fand tho money if tho treatment doen not effect
u euro. U uaruutoea issued ouly by
jtroi.i-aH'X'aaii tt co.
TEl!ltTlnWr.rd lorDr cwcf llwr CompUbl
Kt moooI cult wlui Wril'l V ritUlli LlTtr ejlli, b Ilia dlrct.
Ilooiftr ftlrldlf compllad with. TLfjrarf purtlf v.nUlU.iM
DiTirbll lo flu i.llikuion. Bojir tViui, Ur Ixii,.oi
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