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Taro Ym Mm,
"W1U nK&ln commence opcrntlonw on
Thnrsday, May 20th,
nnd will (supply Taro Flour In nny
With now and improved machinery
and ether apparatus, tho present mnna.
ger guarantees to supply Tiiro Flour that
will make a better cluss of pol than ever
All orders to lie sent to W. II. Cum
mins, Manager, at the Factory, Wai
luku, Maul, or to W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Agent, Honolulu. 44 Ira
MR. C. BOLTElsthcagcntofmy
Schooners "Hema" and "Ron
Roy," from and after June 1st, 1887.
All bills prior to that dato will please
be presented to me at my ofllce, Queen
Street, for settlement.
Honolulu, June. 1887. C5tf
Telephone Both Companies 310.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
o A complete lino of ao
STAPL1S ArsTJL FANCY GKOOEKIEsS,
Fresh Goods on Ice by each arrival of llio O. S S. Co'a Steamers. Goods dollvcrcd
to nil parts of Honolulu. '
Island order solicited and packed with care, and shipped to any part ol the Kingdom
JOI ITT, 1. 8 Miiai Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER
SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Noll.)
New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
From tho very bes makcr3.
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Complete Stoclc ol" Goods in JUvery jane.
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Executed with neatness nnl dispatch.
every afternoon and
THOMAS E. AVAXil.,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
i plantation lauoheks,
. household servants,
and other classed of help
furnished promptly by
J. E.BROWN & CO ,
43 tf 28 Mtrchant street
P. O. 15ox 207.
enaa.jsii, "mi )rjrimvujmK.m.''.JAa;ni
It gniljj gjttUtfiht,
SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1887.
IvAUMAKAl'ILI ClIUriCH. RCV. J?
YVnlaiiinu, pastor.. Sunday t-ohool at
0:30 A. m. 1'rcaelilng ut 10 -M a. h.
School at I) Hi) A. M.
11 a. M.. nntl 7:i!0 v.
with will picach.
Public worship at
M. Rev. Dr. Heck-
ICawaiahao CiiuhciI. Rev. II. II.
rarker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching at 11 A. . Young
people's meeting at 7 :30 r. m.
Queen Emma Ham.. Gospel and
song service for Hawallans who speak
lingllslint at!l r. m. Good singing.
Slioi t talks. Everybody welcome.
Y. M. O. A.
Class in the pat lor at l:ii a. u., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel Praise Scrvlco at 0:30. l'.M. Comoand
bring a friend.
BnrilKT. UNION CONfirtKOATlON.
Public service at 11 a. m. conducted by
Rev. S. E. Bishop, w ho will deliver a
special discourse. The Sunday School
will meet at 0:45 a. m.
Ohinksi: Ciiuncii. Fort street, near
corner UereUinla. Mr. To Tcng Uo,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
0:30 a.m. Chinese nnd Englih Sun
day School, 2::i0 r. m. Preaching 11
a.'m. nnd 7:110 r. m. lllblo class In
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, (i:'.)0 r. m.
Roman Catholic Catiiedhal.
Religious services on every Sunday at
the Roman Catholic Cathedral at Hono
lulu. 0 and 7 A. m., low masses w lib
Holy Communion; 10 A. at., high mas
with sermon, cither In Hnwailau, or In
Portuguese, or In English, alternating
according to the three principal different
nationalities of the church; 2 l. M.,
rosary and catechism; 4;30 r. u., In
struction and benediction of the Blessed
St. ANimnwVi Gatiikmiai.. First
Congregation. Holy Communion. 0:110
a. m. bermon and Holv Communion at
0;30A. M. Prcaclier,thc Bishop of Hono
lulu. Cliiucso service at 2 r. m.
Evensong with pennon by tho Rov.
II. 11. Gowcn at C i M., All seats aio
Second Congregation. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M., pastor. Morning
Prayer, with sermon, at' 11:15 a. m.;
evening prayer, with sermon, at 7 :30
l'. m. by Rev. II. II. Gowcn. Sunday
school meets nt 10 A. M. Seats free at all
THE CONDEMNED MEXICANS.
El Paso, Juno 3. General Loronzo
Vega, tho president of tho military
court that sentenced the thrco Mexi
cans who invaded tho United States
at Nogalcs to death, arrived in this
city to-day. He was interviewed
about tho aflair which has excited
such universal inteiest throughout
tho United States and Mexico. Ho
"Tho offenders aro Francisco Ay
vizo, a Colonel by graduation, and
.wo civilians named Benjamin Gu
tierrez and Roches, They wejc tried
by a court martial composed of two
Generals and iivo Colonels. They
wero selected from twenty-one ofli
ccrs, liko your American juries, and
I presided. They wcro furnished
with counsel and cveiy facility of
defense given, but tho cvidenco "was
against thorn, TJiogo men wcro
guilty of two crimes, namely i Kid
napping and invasion of friendly ter
ritory. The penalty of each is death,
and nothing remains but to execute
tho law and shoot them. They have
appealed to tho President, and aro
now in jail at Guaymas". Tho appeal
of tho United States for clemency
will be considered, but it is doubtful
H Colonel Arvizo will have his gont
onco commuted, This is not his
first ofl'ensc, and he has a long and
bad record. Thcro is no diveisity of
opinion about the caso in Mexico.
Tho law is clear, and wheji it is vio
lated tho offenders must bo shot." .
Tho General left to-night for the
city of Mexico,
THE STEWART WILL CASE.
New York, Juno 8. Ex-Attornoy-
Gcncral Lcslio Russell will to-morrow
servo his answer in tho Stcwait will
caso. Thjs js (v suit brought by J'rcs
cott Hall Butler to .coinpo IJenry
Hilton to mako a settlement itiuler
tlio will of tho widow of A. T. Sto'r
wart and ecpurp an interpretation of
Mr. Butler is a membor of tho law
llrm of Evcretts, Southmayd and
Clionto, and tho husband of tho
grand nicco of tho ato Mrs. Stewart,
Under tho will ho is to reccivo
$(50,000 and a liko amount for each
of his children. This is a partition
suit, but in reality is an attempt to
mako Judge Hilton explain his ad
p)ji)istiation of tho cstato of tho mer
chant princo, After Stewart's death
Mr. Butler accused Judge lfijtpi of
fraud and influencing Mis, Slcwait
so sho gavo him a power of attorney
by which ho obtained and controlled
millions in consideration of $1,000,
000, which Mr. Butler nvcrs was
Two millions of pioporty is alleged
to have been tiaitsforrcd to tho Judge.
It included inilla in vaiious parts of
tho country and tho good will of tho
branch houses in Boston, Philadel
phia, Paris, Lyons, Glasgow, Berlin
Ptiblio interoat has boon oxcited
by tho promiso that it will bo shown
that Mrs. Stowait was- virtually a
piisoner in hor marblo palaco,
Washington, Juno 3. Tho United
States Commercial Agent at New
Caledonia, has reported to the De
partment of Stato that convicts in
that colony aro being liberated, with
tho understanding that they must
not settle In any English or Freiipj
colony, and, as a conscquenoo, tho
majority aro going to San Francisco.
Russia has becomo a neighbor of
Afghanistan. Continuing, tho paper
says: "Wo can only supposo Umt
England cherishes tho intention of
becoming, and hopes by tho present
disorder in Afghanistan to becomo,
mistress of tho country. In that
caso Russia would demand -serious
guarantees that England's proximity
would not embarrass Russia's posi
tion in Central Asia, nnd if England
refused to give tho guarantee Russia
would take measures regarding tho
Afghan frontier ptovinces which she
deemed expedient, and would not bo
concerned whether they wevo ngrcc
nble to England or not."
A little girl onco said she would
be very glad to go to heaven, be
cause tlicy have plenty of preserves
there. On being cross-examined,
she took down her catechism, and
triumphantly read: "Why ought
the saints to love God?" Answer:
"Because He makes, preserves, and
Another operation will bo mado
upon the Crown Prince's throat
Wednesday. Dr. Mackenzie will
arrive here from London on Tues
day. He intends to again use forceps
to reduce the growth on the Prince's
larynx. In tho meantime tho Prince
has submitted to treatment of chloral
of potassium gargles nnd in exterior
application of an ointment of iodide
of potassium. Ho is still caused
great pain in swallowing. The
doctors aro confident that at the
next operation they will succeed in
effecting the entire removal of the
growth, whioh is now the size of a
No. 15. June 7.
Columns or Original I
Is now issued and will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 40 columns of
reading matter on local topics, nnd
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, Including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewctt, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Ofllce.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Australia Juno 28
Alameda July 8
Australiaf July 2G
Mariposa August 5
Australia August 23 .
Zcalandia beptcmber 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 30
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia .November 15
Zcalandia .November 25
Australia December 13
Alameda December 23
Leave Honolulu for San Francisco.
Mariposa July 1
Australia : July 5
Zcalandia , Jul)' 29
Australia August 2
Aamcda August 2G
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zcalandia October 21
Australia October 25
Alameda November 18
Australia .November 22
Maripqsa .,,,., , . . ... December 16
Australia , , , , . . .December 20
Zcalandia (1888) January 18
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Saddle Ilorres, Uuggles, AVngonetlcs and
Village Carfs witli stylish and gentle
hortcs to let,
A fow Horses, guaranteed. Second
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WMO IS MOTHER SEIQEL?
Sho is a lady who, by tho morcst acol
dent, has mado a most valuable discov
ery, ond sho is creating tho wildest en
tluulnsm all over tho country, and every
body is talking about her and asking
what is Mother seigel's repu
tation? ami Mie tells them to read tho thousands
of letters, something like the following
from Mr. Perkins :
A WONDKIIFUI. TESTIMONIAL.
"Orove Phnrinncy, Ealing, W,
Jan. a, 1883.
"Your medicine must bo tho most
wonderful, for during my experience of
moro tlinu twenty years, I never know
any proprietary or paten medltlue In
such universal favor nnd demand. It is
simply extraordinary, and if I wcro to
send you an acconnt of every staloment
made to me in Its favor, you would have
to publish a separuto book to coMiilu
my testimonials alone.
(Signed) "Tiiomah J. I'eiikini."
And then people usk
What does Mother seiqel do?
(1IVKS llELIEl" A ONCE.
"JO, Bloomllclduoad, Plumstead,
"Jan. 7, 18S5.
"I find thcsalo bf your medicino In
creases every yc.i, ami everyone speaks
well of them that tries them. I know u
lady t lint attended the Femalo Hospital
in Soho-squaro for somo months, with
pains in back nnd, sldo and bilious, nnd
could take no food, but got no benefit
from nny of the medicines they gave
lit r. Before she had taken all the con
tents of one bottle of your Syrup she
fell iclief and is now quite well.
(Signed) 'mV. K. Bakeh.''
THIS EFFECT WAS MARVELLOUS.
"Medical Hall, Hangor, Jau. C, 1683,
"i Jicur feopio constantly pi
very highly of ScIrcI's Syrup.
a case of a vr.unj' mnrilcd ludy In An
glesey who bail been buffering from
btoninch asthma for a long period, who
hud consulted fomc of tho licsi pbysU
clans of tho daj', but without deriving
nny bcncllt. blio was daily getting
uoise, but nt last a friend persuaded
liej to try Si loci's Syrup. She procured
a bottle, and llio idled was mnrvollous;
she ra idly iiiinrnved, and now sho is
as strong and healthy as ever she has
(Sigued) "II. Llovd-Jonks."
1J0L8 NOT III'
STOKE THE UEAU, DUT SAVES
Mr. J. W. Savill. of Dunmow.Essox,
writes September 1834; "Ilntrotluced
your medicines into Dunmow almost us
soon ns they wcro b'rgught out In Lon
don. I sold in n short time eighteen
pounds' worth, I have known ninny
grand cases of pefmauent cuics; and, as
yet, no caso af fnlluie. Nothwlthstund
Ing many competitors, Mother Selgel's
Syrup holds its own ground. I believe
it a good medicine it will not Tffiptc
the dead to life, but appears to 'stive
the living from d5'lng."
A CASE OP OllAVEL OUIIEO.
"Fcllhttin, Jan. 0, 1885.
"It has always given mo pleasure to
recommend your medicines to my custo
mers, and the results of their uso have
invariably been most satisfactory. I
could furnish you ninny testimonials.
One esse just now occurs to my mind.
A constable of tho police force of Toot
ing, 8. W., where I for many years had
a shop, was a patient of mine, suffering
from a bail attack of gravel. Ho was
persuaded to try 'Mother Slegel's Syrup.'
lie pin chased a bottle at my shop, ami
by tho llino he had taken half of it he
reported iiinihelf to mo ns cpilto cured.
Tho effect was simply miraculous.
(Sigued) "J. D. Flouanoe."
is Mother Seigei, reliable?
Would rcsccotablo chemists write like
the following if not?
A SUHOIOAL OI'EllATION AVKIITED.
"Tlcohurst, Dec, 1881.
Mr. EmvAim Couke, Chemist, writes:
"Your medicine maintains a steady sale
in this district, nntl is well established
in general favor. I know an old man,
over seventy, who somo three or four
year ago was advised to submit to the
operation for stone. Ho uortalnly was
sulle lug from omo distressing symp
toms, and could scarcely walk. Instead
of tnklng that advice ho tried Slegel's
Syrup, with tho result that after one
bottle, he could walk about fairly well,
and, having taken three oi four 23. Od.
bottles, lie was completely cured. He
is still about, halo and hearty for his
years.' If any f the nyinptoins of tho
old troublo como on, ho takys a few
doses of the Syrup, nnd nil Is well
what people bay about
AN EXWUIIENCE OF KOllTY YEARS.
"Cosbam, Hants, Jad. 2, 1885.
"My customers, over a wldo country
district, aro not very demonstrative, nnd
I have no written testimonials to send;
hutveibal admiration of your medicino
is in the ascendant, and my experience
of foity years' ussmes mo that no nre-
pnratipn has so rapidly acquired a pop-
uiuruy, tint! eo nnniy iniiiiiiiiint us rcpu-
tntlon as Mothor Scigel's Syrup.
2 (Signed) "Thomas II. Uakkh."
Tho lHtev;- aland Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constnntly on hnnd for snlo
Steam Family and Blackimith Coa
and a general assortment of
415, Bar Iron.
QUEEN'S JUBILEE I
FOURTH OF JULY
The following tlno assortment of
of Eastern Manufacture,
Just received in flno condition ut
A. M. HEWETT'S.
5 dojj. 21b Colored Exhibition
S. S. (ft
5 doz. 21b Parachutto 8. 8. do
2 doz. 21b Foltl'g Kockets (new)
u uuz. 2ii) uocKcis a. a. uo
12 do, lib Rockets S.S. do
20 do.. Jlb Kockets S. 8. do
0 doz. C oz. Hockcts 8. 8. do
i doz. 0 bell Steel Spangled
colored and (now)
4 doz. Golden Showers (now)
4 doz. 0-ball Trl-colored Union
15 doz. 12-ball largo size
5 doz. 8-balI Candles
89 doz. 0-ball Candles
11 doz. 4-ball Candles
1 doz. 8-ball Vertical Wheels,
6 doz. f lb Triangle Wheels,
M.H i:itA IIEKGAL LIGHTS
2 doz. lib largo" (now)
BATTERIES OF COLORED
2 doz. No. 1 Batteries, extra lino
3 doz. No. 1 Shells
2 doz. No. 2 Shells
4 doz. No. 0 largo (extra)
1 doz. colored (new)
Bogardus Cart Shells.
EOO colored (now) 10-bore,
Japanese day fireworks
1 doz. nssoitcd (new nntl amusing)
1 doz. 15 feet
1 doz. CO feet
BuloouN vltli liro worltH
1 doz. 15 feet
2 only 80 fed
2 doz. all colors (large)
0,000 full count
Keel -wliito ami bluo tmnt
iner, -vitli Him IicntHucr
5 doz. size 1
6 doz. size 2
5 doz. size 3
5 doz. size 5
5 doz. size 0
0 doz. size 0. &1
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho now nnd flno'Al steel stcamiklp
Of ;the Oceanic StcamEhlp Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
July 1st, 1887,
And will leavo for llio above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. O. IBWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and flno Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
July 8th, 1887,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls nnd passengers for tho abovo ports.
For freight or passage, having BU-
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM, O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Continental and Colonial
30 Hue deDunkerque, - - Paris.
Executes Indents for every do-cription
of Fiench, Uelglan,
Swiss, German, and English Goods, at
the best Manufacturers' Lowest Prices,
Commission, Two-nnd-a Half per cent.
All Trade and Cnsh Discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, through a London or
Paris Banker, pnyabio on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
The Agency Represents, Buys, and
Sells, for Homo auu Colonial Firms.
Picco Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
Silks. Volvctb, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parasols, Haberdashery,
Gold nnd Bilver Lace,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls, ,
."(loots and Shoes, Glass, and
China-ware, Clooks, Watches,
Jowollry, Fancy Goods.
Flcctro-plato, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Ecclesiastical nntl
Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toys.
Perfumery, Wines, &o ,
Oilman's fetorcs, Hook", Artistic
Chromes, Machinery. &o,, &o.
130 lyB -
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Your wivei and children will rejoice,
Having found tho Samplor Cigar your choice.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & GO.
21 First Street, S.F. 60
For sale Everywhere.
Tallin Lemonade Depot,
' IIOTKIi HTMKKT,
Telephone, 300. 1. O. Box 400.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure nnd made by steam, In
Rvland's Anti-Atmospheric Apparatus,
with glass pumps. All copper dls
pcused with. The newest patent In.
CryHtal Vnlvo Sotltcw
Only In uso for Tahiti Lemonade, Gren.
adino and Perfect Ginger Ale, nt 75 cents,
per dozen, delivered to any part of the
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers,
for the celebrated plain tTry
So highly cfllcacious for dyspepsia, as
supplied to.all the principal i'lmllic.i in
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. Ii. il.'u
vessels of war.
Ialaod orders promptly Qttciided to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1,1857. 1609 ly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc. -
Oil Cake Heal
Oats, Bran. '
Order Toft at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, H King Street, will be promptly
attended to. 69ly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for salo, In quantities
to suit: '
Departure Bay Coal, Newoastle Coat,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed at'd Split,
Orders aro hereby solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within tho
No. 8 KING STREET.
Both Telephones, 187. M
Health is Wealth!
Db. E. O. Wxst'b Nravu akd nnAi Tkeat
IIent, o crnanuiteea BpeauV for Hysteria, DinU
noas. ConruUlon.. Vita, Vierrou Nearuluin.
lleuuaeba, McrroosProatrtiUon. cansed by thonna
of alcohol or tobaoco, Woltpfalnoss, Mmital De
pression, Softening of tho Brain, resulting in in.
sanity and leading to misery, decay and dootht
Prematura Old Ag. Barrenneu, Loss of Powor
in either aex. Involantary louot and Bporraator-.
rhcea, caused by oyer-exerUonof the brain, ut
abtue, or OTer-lndolgonoo. Each box oonlaiim
ono month a treatment, f ISO a, box, or six boxen
tor $5.00, soot by mail prepaid on receipt of pric.
WE UVAMASTEB MIX SOXEM
To cure any case. With eaoh order rooo Wed by ue
for six boxM, accompanied with asm wo will
eond tho parbhaur oar written saaramooto,ro.
fond tho money if tho trontmont doee not effect
a euro. Q aarantoee issued only by
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