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TaTO ?l0Hr Factory,
Will rural n commence oner tlont.
Thnradaj-, Mny Otl ,
and will supply Taro Flou in tmy
With now and improved i iirli'n"n
and other apparatus ilio rj ill in.na
Reriiarnntcisiosui'pty '""1 '"" 'h'
wll make a better tl i s of pm tliim vc
AH orders to bo snnt In II. Cum
mln, Manager, nt ilie Kac ry, Wi.
luku, Maul, or to W. G.hwin - o,
Agcnti, Honolulu. 41 lm
MR. C. BOLTE is the nRpnur my
Schooners "Huma" and Hon
Hot," from and after June lt, 1SS7.
All bills prior to that dato will pkiuo
bo presented to me at my olllce, tjuecu
Street, for settlement.
J. I. DOWSETr.
Honolulu, June. 1887. Witf
Telephone Both Companies J 10.
-cjfrir A complete line of -ao-
SaAJPJL.lC AK1) FiVNCY GUOCEKIEi,
Fresh OoodB on Ice by ench r.n lvnl of the O. S S. Co's Steamers. Goods delivered
to nil putts of Hour lulu.
Island order solicited and packed with euro, and shipped to nny part cf Ilio Kl'ictb m
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns, .
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, CGPJfER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
New Goods for tlio Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
From the very bes makers.
o OUTLERY o
A. Complete HtoeU oi GoodH in Every JL.ine.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
Book and General Printing
Executed with neatness and dispatch.
X I IN IS-
Opon cvory nft rnoou and
Music every Saturday Night.
f.riIOM.A.Sl IS. WALL,
1C01 l'roprletor. lyr
and other cl 'frsc. of help
furnished promptly by
J.E.BROWN & CO,
4a tf 28 Merchant street
P. O. Box 207.
' ,Ss,j!"wi' -
1. 8 KainMii
1 JOB PeiNTINB
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WHO 18 MOTHEK StUOliL?
JVic . ii huh ti, ly ilie ii.n-i-l nrrl.
driit. h i. muli' n ni'"i Vih.ii o illiti'
i i.v. ml h, 1 ru . t tin the w . tl t it
'lull III hll it ilhi'Uii nli, iii ert.
lm, tj i, tilUit.g m u.ii liui iit'iii ii Kaijf
W1IAT.1S MOTHER SEIQBL'S EEFU-
"id h t 'lis tl o.n in iwul ilie th .ll-timl-i
i) 1 r in t 1 j lll.u the f,iuwliig
ion M.' 1' i.l i-
A O i 1.1(1 III 'lt'61 M , !.
'U oa P nr it y httli.g W.
i. in , ,t a i
''V ttr in d cl in u tin1 in
wi.niiTit.1, lu- itt.i'lng my cxpoilcntuoi
more tliau twenty years, I never knew
mi v nronrlctniv or union ihciIIlImu lu
such universal fiivor and demand. It is
simply extraordinary, and if I weto to
serai ou an ncconnt of every statement
innde to mc in its favor, you would linvo
to publish a separato linok to contain
my testimonials alone.
(Signed) "Thomas J. Perkins"
And then people ask
WHAT DOES MOTUER SEIQEL DO?
UIVKS ItUMEP A O.V U.
"CU, BlcomflelduoaO, Pluninlcad,
"Jan. 7, 18s5.
"I find tho sale of your nieillclne In.
crcasis oery yen, and everyone speakB
well of them Hint trks them. I know a
lady that attended the Female lln-plml
lu bolio-square for foiiio montliB, Avltli
pnlii!) in back anil, side and bilious, ami
could take no food, hut got no liitiutll
from nny of tho medicines they gave
lu r. Before she had luken nil ilie con
tents of Dim bottle of your .Syrup the
felt iclief and Is now quite ui.ll,
(Signed) " . ii. llAKKIl."
tiik r.rrccT was MAitvnr.i.oJia.
"Medical Hull, Bnnijor, Jan. C, lSSo.
"1 heiir copio con-tnutly cpcaklng
very highly of Sclgel' Syrup. Thore Is
n case of n y tuiLj mauled ludy in An
glefey who liuu been sufl'erlng from
tloniiic.il athma for n lung period, who
had consulted t oinc of the best ) I13 sU
clans of the day, but without dcrixlug
any benefit, blic was daily getting
worse, but at liit a lricnd p-i-sundeu
hej to tiy Siljicl's Syrup. She procured
a bottle, and tho elkct was lnanullotis;
she ra idly lui roved, and now bha is
iisstiougiiud healthy as ever die has
(Signed) "II. Lloyd-Jo.m:s."
What is Mother seiqel uood
ijdi s jot itnsioitu Tin: ni;.vu, uut saves
Mr. J. "V. Savii.l. of Duinnow.r's.cx.
writes September 18-1; "J Intro itued
5 our medicine into Duumow ulmu.st ns
soon as they were brought nut in Lou
Km. I bold in a short time eighteen
poi.mla' u 01 ill, 1 h,ie Knoun many
grand cases of petmaneut cinej niid.ns
yet, no ct.su ut lailtiio N.itlmllhihuid
ing mmy compel itors, Mother Selgol's
yii.p liO'ds It-, own ground. I Le.iovc
It a good medjclne it will not restore
the Head to Ilio, b t appears to save
the living fiom dying."
A CASH OK Oll.wr.l. COHED.
"Fullhiiin, Jan. 0,1883.
"It has always given mu leubiire to
recemmend your medicinis to my (into,
ncrs, und the icbults of their u&c have
invariably been most satisfactory. 1
could furnish you many testimonials.
One ciso just now occuis to my mind.
A constable of the police force of T.iOt.
ing, S. V., where I for many years li.itl
a shop, was a p.iileut of mine, sullering
fri'in a bad attack of gr.ivel. He wns
persuaded to try 'Mother Siegel's Syrup.'
tie puiclinscd a bottle at my bhop, and
by tho time he had taken half ot it he
lepoiled nlmself to me as quite cured.
The elTect t as slpiply miraculous,
(signed) ' "J. D, Fi.ohakce."
is Mother Seiqel reliable?
Would lescectablo chemists write like
the following if not?
A BUltOlOAL OPKltATION AVKUTI.l),
Mr. Edwaiid Couke, Chemist, writes:
"Your medicine maintains a stendy sale
in this district, and is well established
111 general favor. 1 kuow an old nnn,
over seventy, who some three cr four
year ago was advised to submit to tho
operation for stone. He cortuinly was
butle ing troin omo disttessing symp
toms, and could Ecarcely walk. lustctid
of taking that advice he tried Siegel's
Syrup, with tho result that after one
bottle, he could walk about fairly well,
and, having taken three or fmu Si. 0 I.
bottles, he was completely cutcl. Ho
is still about, halo and Jicaity for Ids
years. If any f thcpymptums of the
old trouble come on, ho takys a few
dops of tho Syrup, and ull is well
What People say about
an Kri:iunNci: of foutv vrAits.
t'Cosltnm, Hants, Jad. 2, 1835.
"My customers, ovprawblu country
district, avo not vory demonstrative, and
1 have no written testimonials to send)
but voi bill ndniiiation of your mcoicine
is in the ascendant, and my experience
of fotty years' assures mo that no pre
paration has so rapidly acquired a pop
ularity, and f o (Irmly iimlntiiint its lepu.
lation ns Mother Seigel's Syrup.
3 (signed) "Thomas II. IIakkii."
Tlio Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for salo
Steam Family and Black-miih Cca
and n general assortment of
415, Bar Iron.
Ju gUjj giU-ljclin,
TUESDAY, Jt;'E 21, l7.
NAILING THE FLAC TO THE MAST.
'Every town lintl a Hl)iTt-olo
tlun, upon ulihli the Uiilon lint;
was kept llutig, often day mill
nljlit. The llliuity-pitle nt Sautl-wii-lt
wns Vr, lofty, mid was in two
pli-cG, wilh S11 uh cleati ot fnot
piuus nailed 011 so thai it might lie
u I in 1 led in case of need. At lliu
top of tlii- low. r -cctioii of tin- pule,
where it joined the topmast, theie
was n cross-tree. The ropo which
run up tho Hag and held it in its
place was made fast al the cross
tree. "One morning, when the pcoplo
of Sandwich get up, they found tho
ling that had been flying proudly at
tho top of the liberty-polo lying in
the tlttst of the street. It had been
nailed down by some copperhead in
tho night, and basely dishonored.
It was dusted and run up to tho top
again, amid cheers.
"Thcro it flew all day, but next
morning it was ngain found in the
dust, while a shamofiil object, no
less revolting than the figure of a
dead cat, hung head downward, had
taken its plueo at tlio top of the
'Then a young man of the village,
a mere stripling, catuc tunning up
as the croud gathered in horror and
indignation, with n hatchet in his
hand, mid picked up the flag from
the ground. lie climbed the pole
with tlio flag wrapped around his
shoulders. Up he went ; rested n
moment at the cross-tree, where
everybody expected to sec him try
to run down the object nt the top,
and run up tho flag. But in an in
stant he stat ted up again, climbing
the swaying topmast until he reached
the very top.
'Here ho lost no time in cutting
loose with n blow the object which
hung there, und it came clashing
down. Next he cut loose the ropo
itself, and the people wondeied
what he wns d dng. They saw pre
sently, for in u minute lie had the
inner edge of the flag against tho
pole, nuil with nails that he took
from his packet, lie was nailing the
flag to the must with the back ot his
hatchet. When that work was thor
oughly done, and the ling flapped
again in the breeze, amid the cheeis
of the people below, the boy began
to descend. And then it was plain
tint he had a new use of his hatchet,
for, as he came down, he knocked
off, cleat by cleat, the little pieces
upon which his own feet had climbed
the pole. Ono after another thoy
fell olf, and the blows of the hatchet
left the pole as smooth and clean as
before these pieces had been tacked
on. Again he rested at tlio cross
tree, and again began descending,
knocking oft evory piece as fast as
he lelt it, and when lie jumped upon
tho giotind, not only was the Union
flag flying proudly at the top of the
pole, but its removal had been put
beyond hitman ingenuity and agi
lity. "Tho flag hung there atnind the
storms until, long afterward, it had
beaten itself into shreds. And the
people of Sandwich were prouder of
the tattered ling than they would
have been of any new one that could
have been raised, for it told to them
a story of patriotism and bravery.
"It is not much wonder that tho
youth who nailed this flag to the
mast became a trusted and active
citizen in tlio Western State to which
lie afterward removed, and was
named not long ago for ono of the
highest olllcinl honois in that State.
His modesty regarding tho incident
is very great, liowever, and it has
almost faud out of sight." Bos
THE SECRETS OF THE EYES.
Generally speaking, bluo eyes
signify constanoy and devotion ,to
The main cliaractristics of tho
violet eyes, which arc called the
woman'B eye, are affection and
purity, cliivulrio belief, and limited
or deficient intellectuality.
Black eyes denote as a rule sen
suous character and an inconstant,
tickle disposition. However there
are some noted exceptions to this
Gray eyes are tho most expres
sive of all eyes and denoto stiong
qualities of mind and soul. Per
sons with gi ay eyes usually have a
great deal of patriotism.
Sclf-i-utisfuclion and conceit are
cotuuioulv tho characteristic traits
represented by the green eye. When
th'u lingo yeiges of yellowishness it
denotes that the possessor is gifted
with hliniig powers of imagination.
The vt ry li'jlit bluo eye is char
acteristic of the Northern races, and
in a woman it suggcrts constancy
and titith, steadfastness, simplicity,
courage and purpose. In n mnu'it
is apt to denoto n phlegmatic dis
position, Bluo eyes usually go with light
hair, but when thoy go with dark
hair nud complexion there is coupled
with tlio iiii'ectionato qualities a
tendency to deceive, stimulated by
an ambition for conquest and lend
ing to the gratification of admira
tion. Brown oycs-nro the eyes of tlio
South and East, and denoto, as a
general rule, passion and lack of
originality. In women thoy mean
Jealousy and cruelty very often, and
In men courage, superstition and
Hazel is a very difficult color to
determine, thcro nro fco many
different vnitelli-4. As n genornl
tule of this color MlggeH n
good deal of sticnuth ot character
und generally a j-en-o of mUehlef
nuil trlckeiy. A blue-grny, wl h
lnoii7.e streaks fnd tiling fi'oin tl 0
centtV, tomes ne.uest to hnzel.
X. V. Mall and E.vpic.
lnquliii s are being innde with tl 0
view of ascertaining If Harnn N01-den-kjold
will co-operate with the
Oi-ogiiipliicnl Siicli'ly nl Vii-toriit in
nigaiii'iii an expitlitiou to the Aid
tirctk' regions, 1111 tin- loiuililon that
each slui I supply a vessel ; the ex
pedition to start in October next,
and to bo under the command of
Justice Woods, of the 'United
Stntes Supreme Court, died a few
minutes after 12 o'clock, May 14.
Dublin, Mny 17. Count ilerbcit
Bismarck arrived in Dublin yester
day. He is tlio guest of tho Lord
Lieutennnt. "Arbor Dny" has led to tho plant
ing of millions of trees in tho West
ern States that would never other
wise have been planted.
QUEEN'S JUBILEE ) Q 17
FOURTH OF JULY 0
Tho following flno assortment of
of Iistcin M.unfacturc,
Just received In flno coadition at
A. M. HEWETT'S.
5 dor. 21b Colored Exhibition
S. S. tt"
fi oz. lib Pnrnclititto S. 8. do
"J (biz. 2 b K 1 1'g Hi c'sits (new)
5 il z. 21b Hockets S. S do
i (in, lib H 'dots S S do
ii ilo ;lliIiiehei(!S. S. ('o
U doz. C oz. Hnokets S S. do
J tO.n AX CANDLES.
4 di z 0 ball Steel SpanLd
ciloieil and (now J
4 dox. (iohli-ii Showers (new)
4 tlnz O-lmllTiicoloicil Union
1H do.. 2 bull 1 irg2 slo
ft do.. 8.) nil O iiiiTlcs
SO doz 0-b 1' On dies
11 doz 4 null dalles
ldoz Kb ill Veil oil Wheels,
6 doz. tflb TilanglcWheils,
MOW EK A l?..Vk LIGHTS
ii doz. lib lnrgc(new)
UATl'EKIEM Ol" COLOISED
2 doz. No. 1 Bjtteih-8, extra line
3 do. No. 1 She U
2 di.z. JSo. 2 Shells
4 doz. . U largo (exlra)
1 doz. colon d (i.iw)
Bogardus Cart Shells.
IOIloI red (new) li-bue,
Japanese day fireworks
1 djZ. a:to tc 1 (new and amusii g)
1 doz. 15 foot
I doz. 10 feet
13u.1oomh -with lire Avorhe
1 doz. 15 fi-ct
2 only SO feet
2 doz. all colors (1 irpe)
rX!o ip edoeN,
0 030 full count
rj;l -white mill bluo lmit
injr, "wit h Ntnr heiiiUBT
5 doz size t
S doz fclze 3
5 doz. size!)
fi doz. size G
G doz. st7.11 fl
0 ilea. pIzo P, 61
.i -.1. Pi. 1 1 .-, ... 1-
F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
. ndvcithu it 111 the Daii y Hum btin
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Ilntcl & Ahtluu Struct.
Open every Day nnd Evening,
Tho Library con&l'ts at tlio present
time of over Five Thniifiind Volumes.
The Kcailluj; Itnom is Riipplicd with
about tlfty of thu leading uowsp.ipcrs
nnd periodic Is.
A I'm lor Is provided for conversation
Terms of iiieniberMilp,, fifty cpnlB a
31011th, payable tpiartmly lu advance,
Kn fprinidlty requited lu joining except
signing tlio roll,
Slraiigoi-H from foreign countries and
visitors from ilie other Mauds mo wel
come lo the rooms, nt nil times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except the dues of
member, it Is expected that 1 cedents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and till who feel
an 1 ntet est In maintaining an Institution
of tills kind, will put down their name
and become regular contillmtors,
A. .1. OAJITWRIGIIT. Pros.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vlco-l'resldent,
II. A. PAHMEhEE. Secretary,
A L. SMITH, Tteiumior,
O.T. IlODOEItS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall ami Miliary Loinmlttce.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertlso in the Daily Bulletin,
Australian Mail Service.
vn six m ax Cisco.
The leu ntnl II e A 1 Heel htenli s'i p
Of UiH'c-MiilcSitiiii lilpCtiinpiny yr 1
I e ilt, u mi 1 01 nil 11 itoin M in Cj
1 11 A 1 e 1 ml t -i 1 nl 6 it
July 1st, 1887,
And wlh 1 11 i. fot Ii nt oc p nt with
in. 1 a il pu-nligiiti o (i- 11111,1, t tlnil
I or ftolglil or passage, having SU.
PEMOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. 0. IHWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new a-ul fine Al steel Btcamship
Of the Oceanic Slcnm-hlp Compiny, will
bo due al Honolulu from San
FraucUco on or nl.out
July 8th, 1887,
And will hivo prompt dl patch with
iniilUund tuosenfjeiB fir huiitiovu port'.
l'or irelglit t r puff ng", I avlng SU
PEItfOlt ACCOM.MOUATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
jr 1 b
r 1 aw
... ' r?s sr-
VAN'S BOAT BUILDINQ
SHOP. Rear of Luca Mill.
Continental and Colonial
33 Eue do JJankorquj, . Paris.
Executes lnd ntj for every description
f b'lench, ilelglun,
Swlii, German, an I English Gondii, at
thu best MitiLf.tUuriMs' t,nwet Trice.
Commlftlon, Twoandu Half per cent.
All Tiadc and Cudh Di-counts allowed
to Clients. Origin.il Invoices tor warded
Remlltanecd, through a London or
Paris Uaniier, pjyallii on delivery of
Snipping documents; or, direct to tho
Tlio Agency Ri-prcents, Btiyp, and
Sell.', f r Home a U Ci lonLl Firms.
Plero Goods, Cauluncrcs, Cambrics,
Sllke, Volvelh, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslin, Cat pets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parabola, Haberdashery,
Gold and silver Laee,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
B mts and Shoes, Glus, and
China.waro, Oh cits, Watches,
Juv.cll.-y, F.incv Goods.
Electio.plato, Musical Instrtimcuts,
Fan', Ecilisiusticul unJ
Optical Goods. Mil rors, Toys.
Perluiuoiy, Wines, &o ,
Chromes, Machlnety, &c, &c.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Senyhcd, Abstract of Title
Film sited, and Conveyances
Uruva 011 short no. ice,
Collodion Agency. Mn. JOIIX GOOD,
Jn , Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mr. F. MARCOS,
General Business Agency. No. 38 Mer
Itcll Totephouo U4N. P. O. Uox 115.
Onrrlnges at all hours, dry and night.
Puddle llorrcs, Rugjles, Wi.gom ttos and
Village Cuts whn stylish and gv'Ltlo
liortes to let.
A few HoibO", gtinifttiircd. Second
hind llncVs, Open and Top Baggie,
Caits and ltaniess.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up TlIoi hone 32, or npply tn
MILES & II.WLI.V,
f F YOU LOOS E ANYTHING,
JL adyeitiKe U In tho Daily Bulletin.
a ; djfiffi,'i?gfr;;;aigWa
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives and children wilt rejoice,
Having found (ho Sampler Cigar your choice.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 First Street, S. F, 80
For sale Everywhere.
Tallin Leiiaile Depot,
Telephone, :tGO. I. O. Box 400.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thor uglily pure nnd ninilc by stiam, in
Hilauiio Atitl.Atiiio.-ph ric Aiparatus
with gluss pumps. All copper dln-petiM-d
with. Tl.o newest pitent in
Crystal Vnlvc SottlcH
Only in lue tor T.iluil l.enioiiii le, Greu
ud 1 11 j ami I'eif cl Ginger Ale, tit Totcnts
per Uczeit, deliveic I lu unv part of lliu
city. And CuduV P.itciu Glats Steppers
for tlio icKbraud j Inn illy
So hlehly elllcaclous lor djfpi-psin, ns
si p.illcd to ull the prlnc put 1 milics lu
llono.uiu, and cxclubivtly 10 II. It. il.'d
vismIj ot war.
Island orders promptl- attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April I, 18 7. 15f91y
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
Order loft at Office, with N. F. Bir
gets, 14 King Street, vrill be prom t'.y
attended to. 69. y
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for pale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders arc hereby solicited and vrill
bodellverid at nny locality within the ,,
city limits. IU
No. 8 KTNGt SXUEHZrl '
Both Telephones, 187. Oi
Health is Wealth!
Dn. E. C. West's Nervk Ann Biuin TnEAT
SIent, n Biutranteea spoclar fpy Iljsterln, UlnU
ness. ConvulBloni. Vita, irvons Mearalgiii
lloailnclio, Nerroui Frostratloa. caused by tho nuo.
of alcohol or tobacco, Wakehunoss. JFontal Do
proaslon, Bottenlruc of tho Brain, resulting in in
sanity and loading to miser?, doray end death t
l'romuturo Old Acs, BarrcnnMa, Lo5 of Power
in either ex. Involuntary Loascs and Hpormator-.
rhoca, caused by over-exertion of the brain, buIU
abuse, or over-indulttonco. Each box cotitaina
ono month a troatraont, $1,00 a box, or six boxea
for $3.00, sont by mull prepaid oa receipt ot price
1VE OUAKANTEE BIX BOXES
To euro nny caso, With eaoh ordor roonlvcd by
for six boxen, oooomponied with gWJU, wo will
Bond tho purch.EMrourwrlttou uuaronicoto ro.
land themonoyif tlio trcntraont dooa not orTeck
a euro. Guarantees issued only by
IJOXJU-l&rVTlTX Ji' CO.
WE will r llx ! ? r4 r toy l Vm Coept.hrt'
Pjiptptit. bkk llMfUcb. 1 JUtMloa, Cooitip4tloa Crf CwUvtiMu.
iudoI cur. sllti Wl', VritUbl. Ll.ir lllli, vbf tk. 41m.
Ilool tt. tutctty cunplltd wlli. Tbty in pitJy t lUll., u4
eettrftU w lW. uiufutloo. Gn(u Co.UA. Ur. kom.coi.
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