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to nil parti of Honolulu.
Island order eolicltod and packed with care, and shipped to any part ol the Kingdom
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Import oi nud Denier in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FUKN1SH1XU IIAHDWAKK,
AGATE 1HON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
Store formerly occupied by 8. NOTT,
J01 ITT, lo. 8
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware i
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 New Designs.
CHANDELIERS .A-PHD IA-IMJPS
From tho very bc3 makers.
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Every Description of
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Executed with neatness and dispatch.
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Iw gM$ nlUihu
FRIDAY MAY. G 1887.
THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF
Tho Duchess of Cumberland,
better known ns Princess Tliyra of
Denmark, who was recently com
mitted to tin insane asylum, comes
of n royal line which bus heretofore
never been suspected of having
neurosis among its possessions. The
Duke, the husband of the unfortun
ate Princess, Is a king in exile. His
father and grandfather were Kings
of Hanover. His father took the
losing side In 18l!C, and lost crown,
throne and kingdom. Hanover was
absorbed by Prussia, which litw a
marked talent and disposition for
absorbing smaller estates. Prussia
has been willing to allow the pre
sent Duke to succeed to the Duchy
of Brunswick, but lie will not ac
cept lest he should compromise his
claim to Hanover. The associations
of the Cumberland title arc not of
anagrceable nature. The conqueror
of Cullodcn sullied his laurels with
the blood of his prisoners. The llrst
King of Hanover, after its formal
separation from England in 1837,
was Queen Victoria's odious uncle,
Ernest, Duke of Cumberland. Had
the Duke of Kent's marriage proved
childless, tho Duke of Cumberland
would have been, in the operation
of the laws of succession, King of
England as heir to "William IV.
Foitunately for England, tho Duke
of Kent's daughter lived to succeed
to the throne she still occupies, and
England was relieved of the neces
sity of choosing between revolution
or submission to so odious a Prince
and detestable an individual as the
Duke of Cumberland. George V,
the last King of Hanover, was blind,
and stupid as well. Tho present
Duko seems only stupid, but, like
all of his name, he is unfortunate.
A HEW MOVE.
Mr. Stern, the San Francisco
agent of the Canadian. Pacific, says
that the line which he represents will
soon begin to run round-trip East
ern excursions from this city. Ex
cursions arc now run by other lines
from Missouri-river points to this
city and back to the river. None
arc run, however, from this city to
the river and return. That is, they
have all been "West-bound excur
sions. The tickets bring people
from the East here at cheap rates,
and take them back, also at cheap
rates. But people leaving San
Francisco and going East have to
pay full overland rales to get back
to California. Mr. Stern says there
13 ho doubt that the Canadian Pacific
will soon be ready for the Eastern
excursions. The Canadian Pacific
will take excursionists to Chicago,
St. Paul, St. Louis, and other East
ern points. There are throe routes
via the Canadian Pacific, namely,
by way of Winnipeg, St. Paul and
Chicago; by way of Port Prthur,
via Lake Huron and Lake Superior,
and by way of Montreal, entering
New York by way of the Delaware
and Hudson and the 2sew York Cen
tral llailway lines. The Canadian
Pacific is the first to project Eastern
excursions, and unless other loads
chango their present policy the
Canadian line will have the Held of
round-nip excursions Eastward to
itself. Mr. Stem expects that the
cheap rates to be afforded by this
plan will give his line a large
patronage from those who want to
go East and return but who cannot
afford to pay the regular full fare
both ways. No rates are yet an
nounced, but St. Paul is considered
to bo in common with other river
points in making rates.
A circular issued by II. C. Bush
of the Atlantic aiid Pacific Fast
Freight line gives notice of the
resignation of John S. Inglis ns
Contracting Agent of that line and
the abolition of the olllcc. S. F.
The New Orleans fioutlticcstern
Christian Advocate, a newspaper
for negroes, says that, according to
its observation, the great mass of
white persons, when talking with
each other, say "negro" (the low
bred say "nigger"), but when
speaking to nogioes they say "color
ed people," which is tho samo as to
say: "You aro negroes, but I cater
to your foolish pride in saying
colored." "Wo can stand and pre
fer," says the Advocate, "to bo
called negroes all tho time, for tho
simple reason that wo aro negroes."
Theodora Parker once spoke of
Bceehor as the "preacher of the Ply
mouth pulpit whose sounding-board
was tho Bockcy Mountains."
To cure dull times. Apply an
advertisement to tho alllicted part.
Having teemed the Service of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we nro prepared to oeculo nil
House ox Sig-iv
' HONOLULU TLANINO MILLS.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
A advertise in the Daily Bulletin,
EXPERIENCE OF A TITLE HUNTER.
One of tho latest sensations in
Pario, according to a story published
in n French newspaper, concerns a
young American lady whoso namo
is not given, but who may perhaps
be recognized' by thu alleged facts
of her misadventure. It appears
that she wanted very much to be
come a Countess or llaroiniess, and
being immensely wealthy, in order
to secure such a title, she commis
sioned one of her friends, who was
going abroad, to find her some old
representative of the nobility who
would be willing to exchange his
coronet and castle for a comfoitnblu
bank account and an assured income.
Not long ago the friend wrote back
that she had just the man wanted
right under her thumb. He was a
count of a most aristocratic family,
whoso namo figured in the Hall of
the Crusaders at Versailles. Tho
American lady made all haste to get
lo Paris, and in due time was pie
sented to tho Count. They were
mutually satisfied, and nn engage
ment followed with preparations for
a speedy marriage. The Count in
a few (lays, representing that ho
was being pressed by his creditors,
asked his future bride to let him have
200,000 francs, in order to satisfy
them nud square up his gambling
debts. The sum was turned over
to him in less than twenty-four
hours, but on the same day that the
Count had pocketed the money he
disappeared and had not been seen
since. What has become of him no
one knows, and the only thing that
has been learned is that, instead of
being a Count, the man is only an
ordinary adventurer and confidence
operator, who had imposed upon
the, credulous Americans as the
Count de Kochcbruiic. The lady,
who left Paris on account of the
scandal, now vows, though rather
late in the ilay,(tit must be confessed,
that she will never marry for a title.
X. Y. Graphic.
ONE WAY OF KNOWING.
Parson How did you like
sermon this morning i
Parishioner Too long.
Parson Dear mo, I'm sorry.
. Parishioner So am I. If I sleep
five minutes over 1113' usual time it
gives mo a horrid headache. Tid
England will send her surplus
population to Los Angeles county.
The lllaiuo boys have all located
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Mariposa May 13
Australia May 81
Zealand!.! June 10
Australia June 28
Alameda July 8
Australia. .-. July 2(1
Mariposa August fl
Australia August 23
Zealandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 30
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November lo
Zealandia November 25
Austialia ...December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Zealandia May G
Australia May 10
Alameda June 3
Australia June 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 5
Zealandia July 20
Australia August 2
Alameda August 2G
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
'rurwl y thu Celehrntiil
1)11. f lKKCC'H l'ATENT
WIACNETIQ ELASTIC TRUSS
Orlclnnl And ONLY GENUINE
ElnntrlnTrilftH. Perfect ltotnlner
I-liny 10 wear. Ini4antlyrollaYo over,
rrue. Ila. cured thoiifan-ls. Entun 1875.
iScml for Trno lllaatr'il lunfllet No 1.
301 NORTH HIXTII BTKEET. BT. I.OUIB.'MO.
704 HAO'MKWTO BT . HAN FKAWOIHCO, OAT.
Feb. 8, '87.
RYAN'S J30AT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Luciu' Mill.
Mortgagee's Notico qf Fore
closure and Sale.
IX ACCOWUNCE WITH A POWEK
of bale cnniahi"d la a ceriniu mort
gage Hindu by Alo to tiluir York, dated
March 8th, ISM), and recorded in Liter
1G0 on page 1!17. Notice is hereby gien
that thu said mortgagee intends to fore,
close said mortgage for condition broken
to wit: tho noa payment thereof, nnd
upon (aid foieclosi.ro will Hill at public
auction at thu Biilutrooiu of E V. Adamc
& Co., auetioneeiR, on Queen Miect, in
Honolulu, on WEDNKMJAY, tho 18th
diy of May, 1887, at Vim., all of tho
right, tlllo and interest of tho snld Alo
in mid to the picmlses described hi sud
Fmttirr jiirllculnra can ho had of J.
Austin, li, Knahuiminu street.
Thu property to bu sold is a ceitnln
lease of laud shunted at Kaulii,Nuutum,
Honolulu, mndo by J, K. Kiiumimnno to
to said Alo and recorded Jn Liber (KJ on
iJetds at tho nxponso of purchnsor.
SHAlt YORK. Mortagee.
by J. Austin, his attorney.
Honolulu, April 20, 1887. 18 8t s
1 w - rwr: -
Why am I bo Miserable?
So weak and ltnguldr Why such
heartburns nud palm In the stomnch,
such acidity, am! such nn uri tenant
tntlo In tho month 7 AVI y at times Mich
n gniwlnimppeliit', nud then again such
dlstollsh for tooJ 7 Wl.y is (lie mind o
frequently In Ruble, desponding, niolnn.
cliol), nuil dijeelcdr Why noes onu
oflon fcil under tho nr prehension of
fomo Imaginary (lunger, timl Mart nt any
unexpeotid nnl-e, Incoming agltntid ns
th(iij;li fomo gruit c.iliitnit.v whs Impend,
lug? What is the 111 un n I nt; of llicm
ilnil, ilol; liendnclic; th su violent p.il.
pita Inn of ihu lunr, 1I1U ft,vciiih ns.-
Ie-M 0 ., Iliisu ulht 8rte.lJ llll-i ilU
tuiliidiind dieiiinv kep, hlih biing-i
no refruhhig lest, Inn only mounlns
am) miitteilug, mid the horrors of thu
fliu nukwer Is: These arc tho symp
toms ol Indigestion or Dyspepsia the
beginning and tho forerunner of i.lmost
every oilier huiniiii diieiif 0. Indigestion
Is a weakness or want of power of tho
dlgestlu fluids of (ho somneh to con
vert thu food Into healthy mntttr for thu
proper nourishment of Ihu body. It is
caused most frequently by thu Iriogu.
lnliy of diet, or Impiopcr lood. want of
healthy oxpicNo and puru outdoor air.
It limy ba induced by mental dlsttcjs
thu thocl: of sonic great calamity. It
111 ny ho, nnd often is, aggravated and in.
tetisilled, if not orlgtimlly brought on,
hy cxhnuitlon fioui Intense mental up
plication, of ph)siciil overwork, dtmieH
tlu troubles, nnMity In bti8im:"'1or fliiiin.
olid cinlurrnsMiieiits, If tho stoui'ich
could always Le kept In 1 rder, death
would no longer hoiiHibJecl of fcirful
anxiety 10 thu young and middle-aged,
hut what would he contemplated hy nil
usnvhil of nn expected lilend at the
doso of u peaceful mid hippy old age.
lIouer, 1I10 llrst hostile invader upon
the domain of hialth and linppine-s li
I tluro any lellif, any lenicdy, any
cine? Tlmt U thu question of thu buf
fcring nnd unhappy dyspeptic. W lull U
wanted !u medicine ihat will tlioiough.
ly itnovulo tho stomach, I'owih, liver,
and kidneys, and nll'md speedy nnd of.
lcclunl assistance to ihc digestive org.ins,
and restore to Ihu novom nnd muscular
M'steins their 01 Icinal enemy.
Such a medicine Is happily nt hand.
Never in thu history of mediinl di-cov.
cries, eUdentu I hy 11 dozen years' thor
ough tist, has llieie been found a remedy
for Indigestion so tpeedy, so S'iru. and
to surprising in Its 1 ostitis as StcgoPs
Cur.it! vuSyiup, but to-da it is a standard
remedy lor unit uimosi uinvers-ui nunc
lion hitvuiy civilized country in Europe,
Asia, Alrh'i and America. Public tes
tiniouiaU and ; rlvalr letters from mill
tut y unidcri, b.niktr. merchants, ship
c.iptalus, mechanic, t'irmurs, and their
wivis and daughter), allko coullrm its
Nearly Raised liirn from the
Swiss Cottage, 'Valt011-on.thc.Nn7.p,
August 27lh, 1880.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If a testimonial is of any
use to yju respecting thu rcmnikiblu
ctiio I have deilvtd hy taking your
"Slegel's Syrup," you nro nt liberty to
malio nny uu of this you may deem
Lest. For upwaids if twelc yeaivs I
uvo suffered from extieme Nervous De
bility and Onstrlu C.itnirh which re
duced mu so that I was totally unable to
do nny business, mid cmucd gicnt pros
(ration and weakness. About three
years ago 1 had thu ndvieu tf severul
members of Ihu medical fneulty, and
uudur ihclr treatment derived little nr
no good, llelng in town sime ten
months ago, I was advhed to try your
Uiirnllvo feyrup, and puiclmsed u boule.
1 had not lakou 111 my doses hefoie I he.
g.tu to feel n fresh man. I eorild wall;
with ease, whllu before Iliad hind work
to cany 0110 leg bfforo thu other. Bly
strength gradually Increased and my
ovt-siglit got heller, which before I fre.
quently lo.st, owing to tho mnlndy nris.
ing livm a Hiuggim liver, oucn in lieu
fir foveral dus with piles, ami could
haidly move. lam thankful to you and
to Qod for nearly raising mu from the
grave, for It was nothing hut your tsti.
gel's fiyrup that has restored me to ro
hiiit health. Yours faithfully,
Itevesby, near lloston,
December "1st, 1880.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: -Your hiogcl's Syiup I find
has an lncieislng palo m this neighbor
hood, nnd bhnll nlways do my best to
further tho side of an artlolo tuat every
ouo that purchases speaks highly in its
favor. I also lmvo gicat (iiilstuclloa in
saying that I qulto believe my wife ivas
j'criiiaiiciilly i-uied of Indigestion mid
Wind on thu Stomach, from which she
lo taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December 2Ilh, 1880.
A. .T. White, Limited.
Drar Hr: I hope that your Siogcl's
Syrup and I'illsmuy get tho pale they so
well deserve. I had a very delicate
child, a boy now over nino years, but
being nvcno to eating nny kind of veg.
ctablu or food from his birth, 1 beutui
giving him Mother S.cgel's Curative
Byt up, ami nfiur u fuw weeks hu recov
ered so as to huahlutncuiiMimens lrrtich
food as uthir bojs of his age, and to thu
great astonishment of his nulghbiiiiis, ho
is lively, getting into Ib-sh. and thriving
as well H3 boys of his ago do. Wo glvu
nil the ciedlt of his reeoveiy to Slugel's
Syrup, Youis faithfully,
1007 S. MAxwnu,.
Tlio Jntor-Island Slcnin
Navigation Co., Limited,
Iveep constantly on Juuvl for sale
Steam Family and Blncktmith Coa
and a general assortment of
415, Bar Iron.
T A M.i:fllNG!
New Goods !
Mr. L B. KERR
lias rectlvtd nnd opened Up Ids Now
Comprising n largo and well selected
Troflseriis, Mils, etc.
Ijultiblu for tho Season.
These goods wcro i elected in Englnnd
by Mr. Kerr personally, nnd nro giiaran.
teed to ho of ihu finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, hnvlng seemed the cervices
of u NEW UTTKK, ho is pre.
pared to fulfil orders with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street,
Tcrebcnc Shaving Cream!
In load tubts is thoplcnRantcstyclmnde
for tho foco, which with
Patent Terebene Soap
Is combined with erebenc, IliorntUcp
tic, and purifying properties of which
lire wonderful. For tale by
21 lw. CASTLE & COOKE.
every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
XXI03XA.S 10. AVA.t.1,
1C01 rrpprletor. lyr
J. HOPP & CO-
74 KiiiK Street.
Manufacturers and Impoiters of all
Furniture, & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Joubin g promptly attended lo.
CHAERS TO RENT
ForlJslls or I'aitles in small or large
89" quantities. ly.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL ndvcrtlsu it in tho Daily llui.i.iiTiN
II A. Y X JP, N .
A LL orders for Cartage promptly at
J3l tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
m quantities to suit nt lowest prices.
Ofllco, adjoining K. P. Adams & Co.'s
982 ly Mutunl T. lephono No. 10.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnkeu (Street.
Open overy Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at tho present
time of over l'lvo Thousnnd Volumes.
Tho Heading Iloom Is supplied with
nhout fifty of the leading newspapers
and HM Iodic ds,
A Parlor Is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
Jiionth. nnvablo uiiiirterly in advance,
No formality requited in joining except
signing tho roll.
.Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors iroin tho other Islands aro wel
come to tho rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no legular
means of suppoit except the dues of
member?, It is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire- to avail them
selves of Its privileges, nnd all who feel
nil Interest in maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become tegular contributors.
A. J. OAUTWJUGI1T, Pros.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
II. A. PAltMKLEE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. ItOUGEHS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee
JOB PRINTING ol nil kinds exe
cuted at the Daily Bulletin Ofllco
Let me have a mild
C I G A R
THE ABOVE HECHJEST 13 HEARD
dally in clear tt ire, khIoohh a-id
oihir places wlirro clgnrs are told, for
!t is mi undisputed fac that mosi imokcru
tinfera mild cigar and that tliotu who
lmvo for a loiiir time smoked slronir
cigars, principally Imported Manila?,
tiie etoninch nnd Imnalred iho nirvous
fys'tm. surely want n mild cigar, If they
could find the l kht kind,
llo inniiy tlimininiU f Ptnokcrs who
suffer from lug ol uppetlli1, hiai.achi',
nino s Irrllnhliliy, rtMlnnn, i-lc, nnd
who Imve, tried al) j-p-llile riincdliH
without surcoss, might 1 e cured It' they
know ihat their sufferings were caused
hy tho Intemperate uo of siio.ig cigars,
and that they chouhl only smoke mild
and piopcrly prepntcd oni-p.
It is a fact llmt nil mild clgius ngrco
well with finokers, for In most cubes
theto is a lock of euro In tho fclcctlon of
the tobacco, nnd often tho necessary ex.
perlenco for It Is wanting, jet tluro Is
ono brand which suits tlio most fastidious
smoker, nnd that is
"Sailer" Health (lipr
Which Is made from mild, aromatic on-J
particularly (elected and prepared to
bacco, nnd lomblncs all tho qunlltlcs
which may bo cxpecled from a health
cigar. It causes no bid effect of any
kind, is agreeable to tho tasto, buns
evenly to the cud nnd possesses a tine
aroma. No smoker should fall to glvu
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit himself at the
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 First Btreet, S. F. 80
For sale Everywhere.
Tahiti LenioMe Dpi,
1. O. Ilox 400.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure nnd mado by steam, In
ltNlanu'ri Anti-Atmotpherlc Apparatus
with glass pumps. All copper ills,
persed with. The newtst pitcnt itt
Cryntiil Vulvo UottlcH
Only In uso for Tahiti I.cmoniiddc, Orcu
adlno and Pcrftct Ginger Ale, at 7f cents
per dozen, dellvcied to any pnrt of the
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for the celebrated plum dry
So highly efllcacious for dyspepsia, as
supplied to all the principal turillics iu
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. li. M.'s
vcsstU ot war.
iHlantl orilevt iiromptl; nttcmlcd to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,18-7. lC991y
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cako Meal
Order left at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, t?4 King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. GOly
S. M. CARTER.
Has on hand for side, In qunnlltlcs
to bull :
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split
Orders are hereby solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within Iho
INo. 8 XCTNC STREET.
Ilotlt Telephones, 1N7. M J
Heagfh is Wealth !
Dr. E. C. West's Ntovb and Uraisi Treat
stent, n (rnnrontcod BiieclCr for Hyutorin, Ulzii
nosi. Convulsions. Viti, MervouB Noaritltdn,
ot (Ucoliol or tobacco, Wukotntnos, Mental Do
prosslon, Sottcnlns of tlio 13 rain, rosultira In in
sanity and Inndinit to misery, decay and death t
Prematura Old Abo, Unrronnces, Loss of Towop
tn cither box. Involuntary Ijossoh nnd Bpermator
rlicru, canuod by oycrexortioii of tho brain, eelf
nbuBP, or over-indulKonce. Each box contains,
ono month's troutmont. SI. 00 a box, or Bix boxes
for $5.00, Boat by mail prepaid on receipt of price.
WE GUAKAXTKK HVX. BOXES
To euro nny case. With each order rocoivpel by ua
for six boxos, nccompaniml with $5.00, -wo will
Bond tho purohiisorourwritton Bunnmtoeto.ro
fnnd tho monoy if tho trentmout does nut effect
u euro. U uurautoes Issued only by
riOJ-.L.TrX,331l t CO.
fEwllfTthl0Ttrwr4 fortnr ctrtef lAut CcmpUlnl
Iyr ipil okk lUftdtch, IndigtiUoD, Coaiilpttloa or Cottlvtniii,,
trt cftDuoicar with Wiit'i VrgUbl Uf tr illli, wben th dJrn
tloni r itfUll cocnplkd with. 1 hey art partly tUb!i, tui
Direr kll lo rl utUfwtlon, Bogtt CuUJ. Largt boiti,coo
Ulolug SO I'll!, S8 cenU. Yr ul by all dnanliti. Bewtr o(
coonUrMu t.s4 UatUtloni. Tb pnoln miou(wiore4 oolr b
JOHN C. WEST A CO., 16! A 131 W. UUlion St., Chtnf
in Ukl J uUc Hat I bull pit i IJ oa receipt t 3 cot ilucp
IIolllHtuv &. Co.,
Wholesale and Bctall AgenU