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WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL GROCERS.
cUST A ceuipluN lino of "tSjo
STAPLE -A.:X FANCY GKOCEKIES,
Fresh Good on Ice by aaoli ariivnl of tliu O. S 9. Co' Steamers. Goods delivered
to nil pnrts of Hi n lulu.
Island order solicited and paol.ed with care, and thlpped tonnypirt of the Kingdom
(Formerly with S.uiiuol Nott).
lmpoi'lci' ivml iieulor
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, I
OROOKEIIY, GLASSWAUE, II0US12 FUltNlBIIINO IIAHDWAHE,
AOATK IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hallos Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tW Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank.-ia
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 Mmm Street
- jai wnn-ji-Sji.
Ty. , K .tsxisx. ":rs.-tii'-WX
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPEE AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO., LU
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nolt.)
New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
From the very bc9 makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete Stoclc ol" GooiIm in JSvcry Line.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
Executed with neatness ami dlsputcl..
Of the Latest Dosigns.
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TtfiMiTYi? Tr" 1Mfft ttttifetfVBi.H JiiftT'- plBairtir-mnifti -lAaiife viirir iAfevii
Why am I bo Miserable T
Bo work nd lirguWr "Why such
hcuribiiriii und twin, in the atomnch,
muli ncldlty, tmil such ai untenant
tufto In ijiu mouth? V y at tunes -well
it uimwliiif iiiciiif, in nun again smh
dl-iollslilo ti.oJj Vi y I- ti.f miitil so
lr 'ipieuily Irillabli, clceond tig ma an.
ctiolj, tmil dtjcctul? hy urn onu
oltca fed Uuiier tliu n p-eiionslun of
some Imaginary dagger, no I tin t nt any
utiexpucuil noWc, Incoming agltuttd it's
thi ugh loineg tatculnmitvwaslint end
lug? What i the mumiiuz of thc.-u
dull, it.'k headache.; th su violent p 1.
pituiions of lliu hturt, 1I1U f,.veiiali iv.
it'Miiiojs, these night sweats; this ills
turbid nnd drciiniy (deep, wliiili brlngn
no refreshing ust, but only moaiiliiis
ami mutteilug", und the horrnis of tliu
The an-wer Is: Thmi nve the symp
toms ct Indigestion or Dyspepsia the
beginning mill the forerunner of i' I most
every other liuniun llleac. Indigestion
is a weakness or want of power of the
digest he llul-ls nf the s'oinnch to con
veil thu food into hculthv nrittcr for the
picper nourishment of thu body. It Is
unused most frequently by the Inegu.
1 uily of dlut, or Improper looil. want of
healthy cxeicNo and nuro outdoor nlr.
Ilmuybo liuluced by mentnl dibltcjs
the thcek (f somu gruit calamity. It
limy be, nnd often Is, aggravated and in
lemllled, if not originally brought on,
by exhaustion fiom Intense uiuutiil up
liliuatlon. of pbjHleul overuoik, domes',
tic tiotibKs, anxiety hi biiIuu"Hl(ir lluiiii.
cinl enilKinass-uienl', If the. stoniuch
could ul Ways lo kept in i ider, death
would no longer be u hubjcot of tuirfill
mixlely to thu young ami middle-aged,
but what would be contemplated by all
iitavbil of uu expected Irlrud at ll.u
close of a peaceful mid h-ippy old age.
iliiw-eer, thu lint heslilu invader upon
thu domain of hialth and hnppinusS 1
U tin to any telltf, uny innedj', any
ciiio? Thul U thu (uuitlnn of the fru'f
feiing nnd unhappy oy-ipepiiu. What h
wanted Uu medicine tint will thoiough.
ly Miioviito thu Moinach, I owel.', Iiur,
nnd kldnuyy, and ullbid upecdy uu I cf.
fectuiil nssitnucu to the digestive oi gaiii-,
und l est ore to thu ncrvoiin and munuular
syhtcms their otlgiii.il energy.
Such a medicine ii happily nt hind.
Never hi thu history of inediial di-uov.
ci It?, oviilencc.l by a do.en eai' thor
ough tot, has there bien found a remedy
lor Indigestion "0 tpecdy, so sure, ami
to mrprising in its results us Slegel's
Curative Syrup, but to-day it is a standard
lemedy for tliut almost uniNcrtnt ailllc
tlouiucvury civilized couiiliy Inl-uiopo,
Asia, Alrlca and America. Public te
timonials and private lctteis from mill
tiny nlllocr., bankir-i, murchams ship
captains, mechanics, farmers, and their
wives and daughters, alike confirm its
Nearly Raised him from tho
SwUs Cottage, Valtoii-oii-lhu.Nac,
August U7lh, 188G.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If a testimonial is of any
uso to you respecting tho icmuikiblu
cure I have derived by taking your
"Slegel's Syrup," you arc at liberty to
make any uso of this you may deem
best. L'or upwards of twolo yean I
aavu sull'eied fiom extreme Nervous De
bility and Gastric C.iturrh which re
duced me so that I was totally unable to
do any business, and caused gicat pros,
(ration and weakness. About three
yeais ago I had tliu advice cf several
members of thu medical faculty, and
under their ttcatinoul derived little or
no good. Ueing in town snmc ten
months ago, I was advised to try your
dilative tyrup, and puicliased a bottle.
1 had not laken many doses bcfoic I be.
gan to feci u fresh man. I could walk
with ease, wliilu before I hud haul work
lo cany one leg befoiu thu other. My
btrength gradually Increased nnd my
eyesight got butter, 'which before I fre
quently lost, owing to thu malady aris
ing from ttsUiggith liver, often in bed
fcr suveral davs with pile, and could
hardly move, fain thankful to you and
to God for neatly raising mo from tin;
grave, for it was nothing but your Stl.
gel's Syrup that has restored mo to 10
Imst health. Yours faithlully.
Ituvesby, near Hoston,
December Hist, 1S80.
A.J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your Slegel's Syrup I find
bus an Increasing sale m this neighbor,
hood, and shall always do my Lust to
further thu sale of an article tnat every
one that puruhitecs speaks highly In its
fivor. I also iiavo great fciitisfaction in
.saying that I quite bellcvu my wife ivas
permanently cuied of Indigestion and
Wind ou the Stomach, from which she
had iu He red sntcnsely sometime pi cvioti
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December 2 llh, 1880.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: I hope that your Siogcl's.
Syi up nnd Pills may get thu bale they so
well deserve. I had a very delicato
child, a boy now over nine years, but
being averse to eating any kind of veg.
etablu or food from his birth, I bean
giving him Mother Slegel's Curative
Syrup, and after a fow weeks ho recov
ered so as to bealiletoconsunioas much
food m other boys of his age, and to tho
great astonishment of Ids neighbours, hu
is lively, getting into hVsh. mid thriving
as well as boys of his ago do. We give
all the ciedlt of ills retovciy to Slegel's
Symp. Yours faithfully,
1007 1 S, AIavwkm..
The Inter- Island gteani
Navigation Co,, Limited,
Keep constantly on linnd for sale
Steam Family aiid Blacktmith Coa
nnd a general assortment of
410, Bar Iron.
mu gaiJju" gallrtitt,
MONDAY MAT. IG 1887.
HOME TRAINING TOR CHI DREfl.
A mother's face bilghtons n homo
like a sunbeam, or shadows it lil;u a
thunderstortn. Exert yourself to
be pleasant und jooti-tumpercil I;
after u little It will become lialtituul.
Never let any of tlio family see that
they win annoy or fret or worry you.
A mother's looks are children's
looks, Iter life their living poem.
Yon educate your children morally
by your looks and manners. The
millier should be an optimist, Hhould
always see the tilvcr lining lo tho
dark cloud. When clouds of troublo
overshadow the littlo faces, her
face should be (he sun shining
Teach religion at home; teaclt
morals and manners at home, if you
mean they shall have good ones;
but don't try to do it bv dogmatiz
ing. Have order and system, but
don't have too many rules. Don't
depend on church nnd Sunday
schools to teach tho children loli
gion. They are helps, but no good
unless practice nt home coincides.
Rules arc no benellt if allowed to be
btoken. One is enough if onfotccd,
namely: "Do as you would bo done
by," and never let an opportunity
pass to illustrate it by practical ex
ample. Enforce, promptness and
diligence in work and study. Culti
vate reverence in your family, rever
ence for parents, for age, for per
sons in nuthorilj'. Reverence is the
foundation of good manners. The
one important element left out iu
tho training of "Young America" is
reverence. One cannot be woll
niaiiucrcd without it.
Above all, disrespect for parents
is the otic unpardonable sin that
must never be excused. Correct the
first tendency to this, and the last as
well as all the intermediate ones.
If a patent allows n disrespectful
retort' once to go uncorrected, an
other and another will follow till the
habit is formed that cannot be suc
cessfully broken. farmer's Home.
A free-trade contemporary thinks
there is an advantage to workingmen
in latge importations of iron because
the pi ice of iron is kept down by
such importation. It is just as im
portant, says our free-trade contem
porary, that our laborers shall buy
cheaply tho iron which enters into
nearly all their handicrafts, as that
they bhall get cheaply anything cite
they consume. The relative import-,
ance of cheapness in articles of con
sumption depends mainly upon the
amount of each article consumed. It
is more important to laborers that
brcadsluffs, coal, meats, clothing
and such shall be cheap, than that
iron shall be cheapo because tho
former absorbs a much larger patt
of their earnings. But the real
question presented by the recent
large impoitations of iron is if it is
wise to import material that might
as easily have been mado at homo.
The European manufacturer gets the
benefit of orders which, if kept at
home, would have enabled our iron
manufacturers to increase their force
of laborers. It is understood that
the heavy orders of the past sis:
months are due to an unexpected
demand which our manufacturers
were not prepared to fill. This un
expected demand sent tho pi ices up
to a point at which iron could be im
ported at a prolit. A riso of two or
three dollars a ton on iron from what
may be termed manufacturers' prices
warrants importations. The foreign
manufacturer can pay tho duty and,
wjtt his cheaper labor, still do a
living business. It would bo in
teresting to know how much thu
three dollars per ton which warrants
the importation of iron enters into
the ordinary expenditures of tho
laborer. How much better off iu ho
with iron nt S27 a ton then at 30?
But the laborer is bettpr off when
the bull; of our iron is made at homo
then when it is imported. Its. F.
The brewers of New Yoik city
hold mortgages on liquor saloons to
the amount of over l'llOO.OOO.
The German Government is re
ported to be negotiating a loan of
A'lf.,000,000 for military purposes.
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
X stock of Day and Grulii, wo liavu
just received per stmr Australia, Kied
Corn Meal, Giound Oatr, and A Itulfu
Hay, Union Feed Uo. M lw
HAVING luucntly engaged a Hist,
ei.is, Glider and Moulding Maker,
wu aro now fully prep tied to manufac
ture, ifpatraud re gild any kind of work
in our line. Old 'Minor and i'lctuio
Frames made over as good as now, and
at tirlees within tho teach of all. Tho
puhllu aic invited to cull and Inspect
Kline of tills wmk. ltemember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, (Id
Gold, llionze, Copper or Metal wo can
do. KINGUUOd., Am" Sioiik. 17
LBS. Flesh Home-Modo Chow.
ire StlfiKs, or so.( ailed jjir-
hers I'olci, and isli, duUoluus Ynn'llu
and Chooniato treams which I gin.ram
ley to im I'lr supuiior and sold cheaper
than any lmnoited, at F. HOItX'H Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory und Jlakery
and Ieo Cream Farlor. bijlf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fmnllv Flour Is
ollered for salo by GONSA LVKS &
CO., Queen Street. 01
..!. -0 "" ' '
Bit. Kmnt'b IIkaiit Ji:mi;iiv is a
Specific for all forms of llcatt Dis
caso and nlso for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultlaon. Descilptivo book
with ovciy bottle Benson Smith &
Co., Ae,cnts. 351
0. S. S. 0O.'3 TIME TABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Australia May 81
Zealaudia June 10
Australia Juno 28
Alameda July 8
Australia. July 26
Mariposa August 5
Australia August 23
Zenlaudia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 80
Austialla October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 15
Zealandia November 25
Austialia December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Alameda June 3
Australia June 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 5
Zealandia July 2!)
Australia August 2
Alameda August 2G
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zealandia October 2 1
Australia October 25
Alameda November 18
Australia November 22
Mariposa December 1 G
Australia December 20
Zealandia (1888) January 13
UACNETIC EtASTIC TRUSS
Orlclnnl nnd ONLY UENUINS
ie, Haf cured thoaminds. Eub.l875.
n.t fnr Vrca llluiitrM Pamnhlot Ho L
AriNPTin ELSSTinTRI RS CO..
301 NORTH UIXTII STREET. BT. L0U18, MO.
O HirrMKIfTO "T . HAW FH AHUIHOT.UftL
Feb. i8, '87.
RYAN'S BOAT BDILDINO
SHOP. . Bear of Lucas' Mill,
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
Residence: 31 Alnkea Street,
x. o. JIOX .tH. 20tf
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Kecoids Searched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, and Conveyances
Drawn on bhort notice.
Collodion Agency Jin. JOHN GOOD,
Jit , Authorized Collector.
Employmonl Agency. Mit. F. MAKCOS,
General Business Agency. No. US Mer
of Standard lirands to close out stock,
will hu sold at Cost. Sizes as follows,
by the piece:
Itlcndicil, U, 7 nuil H quartern,
llrown, O, 7, IU mid 11 quartern.
CASTIjK & COOKE,
Having Fccuicd the Service! of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we aro prepared to executo all
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Continental and Colonial
3GRuodeDunkerquo, - - - Pario.
Kveoutes Indents lor every description
of Kiunch, Belgian,
Swls", German, and Bnglish Goods, at
the best Manuficturers' Lowest l'rlto.
Commission, Tv o-nml-n Half por cent.
All Tiado and Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Oiigiiul Invoices forwarded
Jtcmittauees, through a Loudon or
Paris Hanker, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to tho
Tho Agency Benrcents, Buys, and
Sells, fir Home iiuu Colonlil Firms.
Pieco floods, 0.1811111010", Cambilcs,
Silki. Velvets, Lawns, Chliuruh,
Muslins, 'Caipnts, Cloths,
Millinery, Luces, Gloves,
Fringes, l'uinos, Haberdashery,
Gold and Hilver Late,
Flannels, FeatlieiH, l'oarls,
Hfiots and Shno3, Ghus, and
Chliia.waiu, Clcuks, Watches,
Jawellry, Vuiiuv Goods,
Blcctro-plute, Musical Instruments.
Fail", Beclc'dliistlcal nnd
Optical Goods, Mlirors, Toys.
PorJuinery, AVIties, &o ,
Oilman's Stores, Hook.'. Artistic
Chromo", Muchlnciy, &c, &c.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
X advcrtlso in tho Daily Bulletin, '
L p &i 1 61 la i
ew Goods !
Mr, L B. KERR
Has received and opened up his Now
Comprising a large and well solcctcd
Suitable for tho Season.
These goods were telected iu England
by Mr. Kerr personally, and nre guaran
teed to bo of tho finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, having stcutod tho services
of n NEW OUTTEK, ho is pre
pared to fill II I orders with the utmost
23 Merchant Street.
cad tubis Is the pleasantet yet mado
for tho face, winch with
Paten. Terebene Soap
Is combined with erohene, thenntlscp
tlc. and purifying piopcrties of whicii
aru wonderful. For tale by
2tlw. CASTLE & COOKE.
J. HOPP & CO.
74 HiiiK (Street.
M'luufnctuicrs nnd Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobb.j nmplly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bills or Patties in small or huge
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertise it in tho Daily Bulletin
Husface & Robertson,
A LL orders for Cartage promptly at.
xl tended to. Particular attention
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.
Ofllce, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
982 ly Mutual Ttlcpuono No. 19.
every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
'JCHOMiiVS E. WALL,
1001 Pioptletor. lyr
Readiiuj Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alaken streets.
Open over' Day and Evening.
The I.lbiary consists nt tho piusent
thnu of .over Five TltouBand Volumes.
The JteadliiR Hoom Is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
A Piulor Is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
Jionth, payable quaiterly In advance.
No foimallty lcqulicd In joining except
signing tho roll.
Strangers fiom foreign countries and
visitors fiom tho other islands me wel
come to tho looms nt till times as guests.
.This Association having no leguhir
means of sunpoit except tho dues of
mcmhcis, It is expected that icsidcuts
of Honolulu who deslio to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who fool
an interest iu maintaining uu Institution
of this Kind, will put down thoir names
and become icgular cnntilhiitors.
A. J. GAHTWKIGHT, Pies.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vlco-l'resident,
H. A. rAHMELEK, Secretary,
A.L. SMITH, Tieasiuer,
O. T. TtODGEUS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
JOB PRINTIT G of all kind, exe
cuted at tho D-wi.y Bulletin Office
Let me have a mild
THE ABOVE KEQUtf T 19 HF.ARD
da.ly in cicar tt ru?, siiloot.s a ul
oh r paces whew cigars aro told, for
It Is mi undisputed fnc that niosi miiumt'
ori fer a iiiIKi cigar und that tliote who
liuvo for a long time smoked stun g
ciitnrs, principally Imported Manila,
will, nfter having thoroughly iijured
the stomuch nnd liiipalred ibe mivotis
ty i m suiely wnntii mild cigar, if ihey
cjuld find thu il.lit k nd.
IIoa m iiiy tlmiiMiU l f finoVcn v'Jo
sulVer from 1 s ol ii'ipetllc, beai'nch ,
in no s Irritability, iwilnna, eti., Mid
who have tried all posslblo remedies
wltliout suc(Cs, inlelit bo cured if they
knew that their siiiretlngs wcro caused
by Ilia intemperate tte ot s'loug cigars,
nnd that they should only smoke mild
ami piopcrly prepared ones.
It is a fact that all mild clems ngieo
well wltli smokers, for in most cases
there is a hick of care in tliu selection of
tho tobacco, and often the uiccssnry ex
perience for it Is witnllny, ct tlnro is
ouo brand which suits the most fastidious
smoker, and that is
Siiiler1 Health Cigar
"Which is mnda from mild, aromatic and
particularly folcrled und prepared to
bacco, and combines all the qualities
which may bu expect id from a health
cigar. It causes no bid effect of any
kind, is agreeable to thu taste, buns
evenly to tho end and possesses a fine
aroma. No smoker should full to give
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, nnd benefit himself at the
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 First Street, 8. P. 89
For sale Everywhere.
l.ll ..-!. I-.. I.I .
Tallin Lemonafle Dept,
Telephone, U0. I. O. llox -tU.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure and made by sUnm, in
Hv laud's Autl. Atmospheric Apparatus
with glass pumps. All copper dis
perscd with. Tho now est patent in
CryHtnl Volvo Uottlcw
Only in uso for Tahiti Lemonadde, Grcn
udltiu and Peifcct Giuger Ale, at 75 cents
per do7cn, delivered to any part of tho
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers,
for the celebrated plain dry
So highly efficacious for dyspepsia, ns
supplied to ull thu principal families in
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. B. M.'s
vessels of war.
iHlnud ordci-H promptl," attended lo.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,18-7. lC891y
G. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cako Ileal
Order loft at Ofllce, with NF. Bur
gess, (U King Street, will bo promptly
uttuuded to. GDly
S. M. CARTER,
on hand for sale, in quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newoastle Coat,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders arc hereby solicited ond will
be delivered at any locality within tho
No. 8 KING STBEET.
lloth Telephone!, 187. M
Health is Wealth 1
T)n. K. 0. West's Necte and nnAiH -TnEAT-Ment,
n Runranteod suocIup for IlyatoriR, Dltzi
no. CoiiTalslons, 1'iti, iiorrous NourulBin,
Homtftohu.Norvoua Prostration, ramod by ttunieu
of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulaosii, Jtontjl !).
eanity and Inadina to misery, decay und death;
linMsion, noiionina or mo iirmn, roaaiiing in in.
lhcca. canaod bvo
rruinntura uai ako, iitirroiincas, juosh ol l'nwoc
oluntary Liossaa and Hi
oianmry ijoasoa ana ppormutor-oTor-ozertion
of tlie brain, Holf.
ubuse, or over-lnduiRcuico.
abuse, or ovcr-indulceuco. hlnnh hax mntnin.
nno month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or nix boxen
uir ta.uu, uon t py rouu prepam on roceipt or uricu.
AVK GU.VItAXTEK SIX BOXEM
To euro any caso. With each order rooclvcl by
lor nix boxen, accompanied with $3.00, wo will
lend tlio imrclmsor our written fuarantoo to i.
fund tlio money it tlio treatment dooa not ctfoct
a euro. (J narnutous insucd ouly by
IIOLLIHTXIII J85 CO.
WCwlllMrlh.ftUT.r.w.r4 fortif r.i.r IJrtf CompUlal'
VpftU, tick HtUKht, Indention, CesiUptlloo or CotUvMM
. ii.iot Mi. wllh W..I'. Vututl. Uf.r lllll, k0 Ik. iit
llonMf. .UlcUy oid(Iw4 wlUu Th. y r. rsnty tseUU.,wi4
l..T.rffcU (o clrt MlbiuUoa. flupr CotUd, Ltrg. Ui.M,coa
loloK m fSU, II ciith y.r Ml. ty U dnicba, litmn til
IOIINO. WEST CO, III t, IU W. Mvllxn St, CkJ..
Iltl UUl tcUj. Mot to BitU frtpIJ on r..(ul it 1 1 cul.UBP.
IIolllHtor tt Co.,
80 Cm Wholesalo and Brtnil Agent
tfMWfc-'CtyqiKf r'e'aim e ht t