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OAHU RAILWAY AND LMi) CO.
1-MtOM AND AKTr.lt OCTOUKIt 1, 18(tf.
A.M. l'.M. l'.M.
Lenvc Honolulu. .0:ir. 8tl." 1:15 4:.rt
Arrive llunmillull.'?!'.!0 f):fi7 l!:"i7 r:35t
InvoHonoullull..7:30 10:13 :i:J1 15:121
Arrive Honolulu .8:3 ltt.Vi l:." Ot.TOt
l'KAlll. OlTV LOCAL.
Leave Honolulu. 15:103
Arrive Pearl City I5:4S ...
Leave l'earl Clty-CliM
Arrlvo Honolulu 7:30
Sundays oxcoptcilt t Saturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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Iii.in. ii. in. n.iii. ii.m.
Mon. 3 so l so ii ui 8 is n :'.' n m 3 is
Tiles. I 3 (K) 2 40 II 4111 II 30 5 .12 A 4fl 4 )
'ii.m. ii.m. like'
Weil, r. 3 20 3 211 10 00 10 30 5 :,i IS 41 0 47
Tlims. l 3 ii 3 SO.lu 15,11 00 fi M 5 41 23
Kll. 7 4 1.1. 4 30 10 30 11 30 5 5.1 .1 41 7 08
.Sat. 8 fi , n 30 10 BO (I 20 S fil' .1 40 7 K
81111. .1 W)l B Wi 001 1 2U C Bt ft 301 8 Ml
Full moon on the St li tit Til, 40m. n. in.
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY,' OCT. G, 1892.
Thursday, Oct. 5.
Stmr James MnkeeTrom Kauai
Departures. . j
-TiumsiiAY, Oct. 5.
Stmr Jus Mnkeo for Karma anil Hanalci
Schr Kulauianu for Wniiiio and 1'olioiki
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hull for Maui and Hawaii lit 10
a m " l -
Thcteanicr W. Q".' Hull will leave for
windward ports on'MSheduIe tinio to-tnor-row
J. Oat, sail maker, has made a new unit
of sails for the behoonor Hawaiian!, which
is being put on her now.
The steamer James Makee arrived from
Kauai this. morning and will leave again
this evening for Kupna and Hanaloi with
coal and lumber.
The Danish bark J. J. Lotz, which wus
lately repaired here, has been chartered to
load with coal at Doparture Hay for Kahu
lui. The Lotz will arrive at Kuhului in
time to load sugar.
The Board of Health boat pays daily
visits to the S. S. Austialia lying outside.
The evening boat leaves at :30 o'clock,
and there is generally u lot of delicacies
included in her cargo.
Meteorological Summary, September,
WBA11IEK SURVICH 81 VTION AT I'UNAIIOU.
Average temperature, 78.3 I Xormal, 77. 1.
Extromp rango o'f temperature, OS to 8S.
Mean daily range, 10.3.
Average minimum, 74.0, average maxi
Average height of barometer, ,10.03; normal,
Daily average rango of barometer, 0.009.
Iixtremo range, 2D.H.2 lowest, to 30.13
highest. Low pressure periods, 15th,
ISid and 27th. High barometer periods,
3d and 10th.
Lowest temperaturo on the 11th. High
est mean temperatures on the 3d, 11th,
17th and 25th.
Average relativo humidity, 07.0, normal,
70. Absolute humidity, 7.1 grains to
the cubio foot,
Kainfall, 1.31 inches, normal, 2.00.
Cloudiness, 33 percent, normal 10.
Wind average, .Beaufort scale, 3.3.
Wind direction, N. to 13. including
duys. IS. to S. including S.,
, 3 days. S.
W. to X.
to w. mciuuing w., uuav.
Including X., 0 day. lie
wind days 21. Normal for Soptumlier,
Kain record days, 11.
Periods of weather disturbance, 17th and
The month of September has been dry
ml warm. The drought still continues
""Maui and in Hainakua, Hawaii. With
the Uqo of the month there have been
heavy ooill ilnwn-linnrM nf ruin In viirliiiiy
parts of thu group of the character termed
by the Hnwallans, tin nttulii.
0. J, Lyons.
In charge of Weather Service.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II. Borgor, loader, will
givo a concert this ovoning at tho
Hawaiian Hotel, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture Italian Stylo Schubert
K Clarinet Solo Scotch Aits Aekcrmuu
Jiurltono Solo liulllsarlo Donizetti
' Samiiol Knmunao,
Sux'ophone Solo (Jiieen Lilluokalaut
. , . Libornlo
Ono., Two, Three, Four. Maui Girl.
II Clarinet Solo I.uina Miller
Cornet Solo Tho Klrht Kiss
I'iccolo Solo The Humming Jlird
',, .McKIa Keulakal.
I'wtusla The Hivals
A littlo boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near horo, foil against n rod
hot stovo and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was terrible, and it was
thought the burn wasbohovero as to
scar tho child for life. Isold tho
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which, aft or greasing tho soro,
bho applied. It soon removed all
tho firo and eased tho pain, and in
ten days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho scar rouiajning. J, D, Mc
Laren, KuysporK Clinton county, 111,
For sale )y all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Sugar was 8gc, for centrifugals 00
lest in Now York Sopl. 27.
Tho Board of Kopresentatives of I
tho Honolulu Firo Department will
meet tins evening.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho Y. M. C. A. will bo hold this
evening at the hall at 7:H0 o'clock.
Tho Daughters of Hobokah will
givo a social and danco in Harmony
Hall this ovoning. Tickets aro avail
able from tho members at fifty emits.
Tho band will repeat I lie instru
mental solos played at Emma Smtnro
on Monday ovoning at the Hotel this
Tho How Do You Like It and the
Kainohnmeha ball teams will not
play next Saturday, but tho follow
Mrs. Lack's storo on Fort street
was flooded on Tue.-day night.
Somo one had turned on (ho tap and
forgot to turn it oir. Tho goods
downstairs wore fairly soaked.
Among those who have kindly
consented to take part in tho con
cert Saturday ovoning is Mr. H. S.
Williams. All who liavo heard him
boforo will bo glad to hear him
Lioutouant A. J. Mounlono3 .Teph
son, n member of tho last Slunloj
expedition, and Miss Anna Head of
San Francisco aro engaged. Miss
Head is a popular California girl
and is wall, known in England and
on tho Continent.
Tho passengers on tho S. S. Aus
tralia aro wishing tho hours would
fly a littlo faster so as to allow them
to soo their friends ashore. It re
minds thorn of tho old saying, "so
near and 3-et so far." A largo num
ber of people have boon out in boats
and conversed with their friends at
Mr. W. F. Reynolds, of tho Golden
Rule Bazaar, will leavo on tho S. S.
Australia for tho States to solect
Christmas and holiday goods. Mr.
Reynolds will be happy to execute
any commission with regard to se
lecting books, if any orders aro left
with him boforo departure.
. Lioutonaut-Commandor J. C. Rich
is in command of tho U. S. S. Alli
ance, now duo hero from San Fran
cisco. Captain "William Barcla' is
on his way from Washington, D. C,
and will join tho Alliance horo to
roliovo Lioutonaut-Commandor Rich.
It is oxpocted tho Alliauco will re
main horo six months.
John S. Johnson lowered tho bicy
cle records for a cpiarlor and a half
milo on September 17, in Indepond
enco,,Iowa, on a kite-shaped track.
Ho covered tho nuartor milo in 2(5 .'1-5
seconds and tho half-mile in 551 sec
onds, slowing up at tho finish ill t he
quarter milo in ordor to allow Ned
Gordon, a famous old runner, who
kopt him pace, to get outof-tho way.
Mrs. F. Nichols, Mrs. Burnhoimer
and Miss Ida Pleunner were received
by Hor Majesty tho Queon on Tues
day at tho jPalaco. Tho ladios re
presented a delegation from tho
Daughters of Rebolcah and accorded
an invitation to Hor Majesty to at
tend thoir social this ovoning in Har
mony Hall. The Queon will proba
bly honorthe event with her pro
sonco. All tho talk since the election is
centered in tho boat race on Satur
day. Tho crows aro out daily for a
spin in tho harbor. The stroko of
tho Myrtle crow is much ndnmed,
thoir pulling being like clock woik.
Tho Healanis aro not to bo passed
ovor, however, as thoir crow is a
strong one, and overy outing seems
to show a perceptible improvement
in tnoir stroke.
Steamship Excursion Coming.
Mr. J. J. Williams has received a
colorod placard announcing an ex
cursion from San Diogo to tho Ha
waiian Islands. It says "tho splon
did passengor steamship Manuel
Dublan, Captain Dillingham master,
will leave San Diego for Honolulu
and Hawaiiau groups on October 17,
1892." Tho first port called at will
bo Hilo, where time will bo given to
seo tho Volcano. Then Kcalakokua
Bay will bo visited, after which tho
steamer will cross tho channel and
cruiso along tho coast of Maui. En
tering Knhului harbor, tho vos.sol
will givo its passengers opportunity
to visit the valley of lao, or to climb
Haloakala. From Maui tho steamer
will como to Honolulu. Tho Man
uel Dublan will acconnnodato 150
people, but tho number on this trip
will bo limited to 75, so as to avoid
the slightest crowding. Passenger
wllilo iu pint U1U ljilr " Mi.tir
mu.iis on board without extra
chargo. Tho round trip will take
four or livo weeks, and tho faro ib
At Lunalllo Home.
A middle agod native was bent to
tho Lunalilo Homo some mouths
ago becauHo his relations could not
afford to keep him. Ho was nearly
blind and a paralytic, and tho poor
house was tho only huitablo place
for him. Tho man behaved well un
til yostorday when, it is boliovod, his
reason temporarily loft him ami ho
started iu to smash everything iu
his roojn. Tho keeper came in with
his food and was unceremoniously
ushered out. Ho would not allow
any ono near, locking the door of
his room. A telephone message was
bent down to the Police Station and
officers brought tho man into town
nnd lodged him in tho Station. In
quiries woro made for his relatives,
and this morning three of them
turned up, two women and a man.
Tho man recognized hib friendb and
nllowod thorn to take him to his
former homo iu town,
Dr. von Pottonkoflor does not ac
cept tho comma bacillus as cholera's
cause, thus taking issue with Dr.
Koch. Ho says the banio bacillus is
found in all choleraic dis-oases and
that at Calcutta observers have de
tected a dozon varieties of thoo
bacilli, Ho predicts another epide
mic noxt year..
TnunsDAY, Oot.,0, 1802.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock. I'rayor by tho Chaplain.
Minutes of the previous meeting
woro react and approved.
Noble Baldwin from the Finance
Committee presented the following
Your Commit too on Finance to
whom was refoned petition No, !l2(i
from some of the business houses of
Honolulu, praying that tho law im
posing a ta of 25 cents a pack on
playing cards be repealed, beg leavo
to lojiort that we have had tho above
petition under consideration.
This law introduced this Session of
the Legislature by the Minister of
Finance originally piopo-etl a tax of
10 cents a pack on playing cards.
The amount was rai.sed by the Legis
lature and tho law passed imposing
an Internal Revenue Tax of 25 cents
As playing cauls are worth only
from 10 to 15 conts a pads, a tax of
25 conts a pack is obviously an ab
surdly mBu l!,x- Your commit tee is
t herolo re in favor of gianting tho
prayer of the petitioners and heio
witii introduce a bill to repeal tho
above mentioned law.
Tho loport was tabled for con
sideration with bill on tho subject.
Noblo Baldwin from tho same
committee also presented tho follow
Your Coniinittoo on Financo to
whom was referred a bill against tho
Hawaiian Government from tho
trustees under tho will of Bornico
Pauahi Bishop for $120, taxes for
18S9,r1890 and 1891,-foreland at Ka
kaako used for Marino Railway, re
port' that they have ascertained tho
following facts rolntivo to tho mat
tor: Wo find that, on March 10, 1881,
Ruth Keolikolaui leased a portion of
tho Marino Railway property for a
term of fifty .years at a rental of .$500
per annum, tho Government to paj
all taxes and assossmonts. Tho Gov
ernment built a Marino Railway and
re-leased it to S. G. Wilder for 15
Ruth Keolikolani willed tho land
to Mrs. Bornico Pauahi Bishop, and
the Trustees of tho ostato of Mrs.'
Bishop acquired possession on tho
death of Mrs. Bishop Oct. Ifi, 1881.
Up to December, 1887, no taxes
woro paid by the Trustees on tho
land, their claim to oxonfption to
that time being allowed on tho
ground of it being school property,
but iu 18S8 this laud was assessed
and tho tax was paid under protest,
and an action instituted by the
Trustees for tho return of tho taxes
paid resulted in tho Board of Ap
peal deciding that, tho Trustees
must return tho land for taxation.
Taxes havo been paid for 1889, 1890
and 1891, and applications havo boon
mado for tho Government to refund
but without avail.
Tho likst leason given for delay in
payment was that Ihme was no ap
propriation. Your committee arosatitied that
this claim of $120 for 3 years taxes
on tho site of tho Marino Railway is
a just and true claim and recom
mend that this amount bo inserted
in tho Appropriation Bill to pay
this claim and wo would recom
mend that tho Minister of Financo
instruct tho Assessor not to assess in
future that portion of tho land
called Kaakaukukui leased to the
Government for tho Marino Rail
way, bigned by 11. 1'. JiaUlwin, j.
A. Thurston, J. A. Akina, R. D.
Walbridgo, K. M. Koahou.
Noble Willinuin from the Printing
Committee roported that Bill 183,
181, 180 and 188 and a report of tho
Sanitary Committee woro printed.
Noblo W. Y. Horner offered a reso
lution that, as a measure of econo
my, tho House hold extra sessions
on Saturday afternoons and on Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday even
ings. After bonio littlo discussion tho
resolution was tabled.
Rep. Wilcox offered a resolution
that tho bill relative to tho Consti
tutional amendments be taken from
tho committee to which they had
l)eon roforred and bo mado the Order
of tho Day for Tuesday next.
Tabled for tho presence of tho
chairman of tho committee.
On motion tho Order of the Day
was taken up and'Bill No. 157a re
lating to tho rostiieting of Chinese
immigration was considered. Somo
argument was indulged in and pond
ing action the Ahiumbly at 12oVloe.k
biiaiji, m motion ol Minister Neu
mann, took iccohs until !:!!() p. m.
Motion for Nonsuit Donied.
In the civil suit of Jos. Tinker
against A. Rosa, executor of tho es
tate of A. Hodrique., for $2'!', tho
value of two horses, reported the
othor dnj', counsel for the dofonso
moved for nonsuit "bocauso no
privitj' of contract is shown, and bo
causo no liability of defendant tes
tator has been proven." Police Jus
tice Foster londoied a decision on
Monday denying tho motion and
making the following findings: An
ordor huslaining demurrer is not a
judgment, nor does it, iu thib Court
at least, lay any foundation for a
judgment, on the merits. Secondly,
tho Com I is of opinion that (hero is
home evidence to support plaintilVb
claim, and that the points raised bv
defendant are matters of defense,
which he nuibt prove.
Among the incidents of childhood
that btand out iu bold leliof, as our
memory reverts to the days when wo
were young, none are more piomi
nent than severe sioknoss. The
young mother vividly romoinbors
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Kennedy cured hor of croup, and iu
turn adminintors it to her own off
spring ami always with tho best
suits. J-or balo by all doalors. B
boil, iJUUlU iV CO.,
agents lor tho
TO BOOM HAWAII.
The Bureau of Information Pre
paring to Invado tho Colonics.
A meeting of the Boaid of Direc
tors of the Hawaiian Bureau of In
formation was hold this morning in
tho oilico of the Secretary, Hon. L.
A. Thurston. There vmo piosont
Hon. J no. Ena and 11. on Holt; W.
It. Castle, .1. .1. Williams and 13.
ISUsworih Caiey woro also present
"The matter of placing (ln attrac
tions of Hawaii boforo tho people of
the Australian Colonies was tho sub
ject under discussion. Tho follow
ing letter from J. J. Williams was
BoAiin ok Dumc'Toits, Bureau of In
Gentlemru: Realizing that tho
tourist agents of tho southern colo
nies will shortly commence booking
tourists for the coming year, and
knowing that unless speedy action
is taken, Hawaii will loivivo no bene
fit therefioin, 1 would be willing to
undertake a visit to said colonies, to
represent the Bureau, a id to remain ,
as long as imgin no uccof -try, two,
four or six moid lis, and ghemy time
I should expect, of cotnso, that all
1113- actual and necessary expenses
should be guaranteed, and that the
Board supply mo with all necessary
I niako tho proposition for the
bonofit of every business interest in
But .as tho peoplo of tho southern
provinces aro considering thoir
routes of travel, and making plans in
connection with tho Worlds Fair,
can wo afford to delay?
We must havo an agont in tho
field, whoso iutorosts arb our inter
ests, and who will givo tho work the
attention which its importance de
mands. If wo put this matter proporlj bo
foro our southern neighbors, this
country should havo an annual iu
como from colonial travolors of not
less than $100,000. More travelers
will pass our threshold, and now it
would bo folly not to make tho most
strenuous olforts to havo thoir mon
ey, nud their comiiairy.
Lot tho merchants and trades
people of Honolulu stand together
on this proposition and tho results
will bo satisfactory.
J. J. "W ILMAJIS.
The necessity of taking somo such
action as indicated in Mr. Williams'
letter was fully appreciated, and t ho
Board will doubtless accept his pro
position. It is desired to have
ready a large supply of descriptive
literature for distribution, and it
was voted to prepare 5000 special
pamphlets; Mr. Irwin also stated
that an ordor for a largo number of
copies of a pamphlet issued by tho
Oceanic S. S. Co., would go to tho
coast by next mail and bo ready for
distribution as speedily as possible.
Tho pamphlet is entitled, ."A Trip
To Hawaii," by Charles Warren
Stoddard, and contains a number of
beautiful and attractive photogra
phic reproductions of typical Haw
Mr. Williams will doubtless bo
commissioned as a representative of
the Bureau, and start in about six
On Another's Promises.
A Chinaman named Ah You was
arrested tho othor clay for breaking
into tho premises of Mrs. Brown,
near tho korosono warehouse, on
Saturday last. This morning iu the
Polico Court the chargo was nol.
pros'd and a charge or having boon
found unlawfully on another's pre
mises was substituted. A Chinese
servant of Mrs. Brown's testified to
having loft his room for a walk on
Saturday night. Fooling his pock
ets ho missed his money and decided
to return to his room to get the de
sired change. When ho returned
ho found his door njar and the lock
tampered with. Entering ho saw
the defendant endeavoring to climb
over tho partition. The servant
called for assistance and Ah You
was arrested. Tho night prowler
was sentenced to imprisonment at
hard labor for six months and pay
costs of Court.
A Scandinavian Circu3.
A Scandinavian raised Cain in tho
Bay View Hotel opposite tho O. 1.
k. L. Co.'s station on Tuesday night.
Ho was under the influence of liquor
and started in to clear out the hotel
with a chair. The bad characters
which iufo3t tho plneo as lodgors
woro seared out of the place. Al
most every window in tho place was
smashed, and b laot everything ho
..., 1.1 ln:r l.lu hands Oil was iioll
around and broken bv tho infuriated
man. Finally his 'Efforts relaxed
through exhaustion ojid he left for
fields anew, and entered a Chinese
store ndioininir. He started in to
clean tho place out, but tho Chinese
Hooked around himj and ho was
forced to leavo with alacrity. Ju.st
as ho loft I ho store a policeman
nabbed him and off lie was mm died
to (ho Station,
Government Land Sules,
The following auution sales of
lots and a lease wero made at tho
front entrance of Aliiolaui Halo by
Chief Clerk llassiuger at noon
A lot ontliosouthciiinorof Punch
bowl street and Priutoin' lane, Ho
nolulu, containing 12,!ll I square
feel, to Godfrey Brown for $100!).
A piece of kula laud at Lauihaii
2d, Kailua, Noilh Komi, Hawaii,
containing 1 !t9-l(X) acies, upset
price $150, to Knuaktiiiui for $210.
Tho lease of the lot occupied by
the Honolulu lion Woiks, for ten
yoars, to Hie Honolulu lion Works
for tho upset price, $500.
Persons troubled with chrome I
diarrho'a bluiuld try C'hainberlain'b
Colic, Cholera anil Dianlio-a Re
medy. Many ca-os have been euied '
by it after all ol-o had failed and I
.skilled physicians were powerless.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
THE BOSTON 11ECEPTION.
Delightful Party Given by' Captain
Wiltso and Ofllcors on Board tho
Honolulu society was entertained
in great style on board the United
States cruiser Boston last night.
The appointments were all tliat
could be desired. In the first place,
parties going on boaid weie ni"t at
the wliiuf by officer, who saw tho
guests oaft'ly'iuubarki'd in beats for
the ship. Arriving on dock they
woio met bj other olllcers who gao
them a cordial welcome.
Captain Wilt,, and I he wil of
Lieutenant Moore leeched wry
gracefully. The dance niune was
good, as usual when Prof. H"vger
attends. Tho program was so ar
ranged as to time for each dance that
everybody had an opportunity to
engage in the oxorcNo.
Then the supper. It would haw
done credit to the best housekeeper
iu Honolulu. The table iu the cabin
was beautifully decorated, one of
the devices btuiig a fountain tluow-
water. Dancing was
well toward the mid-
kept up till
watches. Everyone loft feeling that
Captain Wilte and ollieeis of tho
Boston had giwn them a delightful
Among those on board weio Gov
ernor Cleghoru, Prince Kawanana
koa, Chief Justice and Mir. .lucid,
His Excellency Sain'l Parker, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, Miss Helen
Parker, Hon. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin,
tho Misses Slovens (daughters of tho
United States Minister), and Mr. 11.
W. Severance, United Stales Consul
Buhaeh at New Drug Stole.
Root Boor on
draught at Bonon
Smith it Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy
st root for sale.
has lots on Liliha
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho best.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith A; Co., Agents.
"That tired feeling" is tho themo
of Hebron, Newman & Co.'s new
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smit h & Co.,
Beef lion oc Wine,NowDrugStore.
Ka Mailo has lemoved to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly Occupied
by Frank Gertz. . ,
Quina La Roche, New Drug Store.
Mechanics' Home, 59 and (il Hotel
sireei. wedging ny day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
"Kubifoain" is attiactively placed
before tho reader's eye in this issue.
Hollister & Co. aro the agents for
this sterling article'.
:it low pi ices atNov Drujj
The whole kit of the Brunswick
Hilliaid I'arloi.s the best appointed
in tho town will bo sold by James
F. Morgan at 10 o'clock Monday.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving inst ruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alakoa street,
near the Y. M. C. A.
Fluid lioef at Now
Dr. McLennan has removed toAla
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oilico hum's, 9 lo 12,2 to 1,
and evenings (i to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Bell telephone 197 ; Mutual (82.
The Temple of Fashion has shown
this week what enterpiise and judi
cious advertising will accomplish in
making "the wheels go wound," even
in tho dullest of dull times. It has
had such a rush at its closing out
sale that .some menus have been com
pelled to provide adequate accommo
dation Tor the avalanche of custom.
Its now announcement to-day will
show whal the ingenuity of Mr.
kmrlieh has devised in thai line.
Peter Jackson and Joe Goddard
will accept the offer of I ho Pacific
Athletic Club of San Fiancisco to
light for a purse of $10,(XX).
That Tired Feeling
Was No Namo For tho Way Mr.
Tlmt Mr, Whitman, who innl.en tlm
following Mtatuiiiuut, Kit faithful, ri'liit
hle limn, will he readily helluveil when
we htate that lie has uorkcil at tool
iiMKiiiK m mo niwoiry factories in At
Ilehuro without losliij; u iluy, savo holi
days ami Bumlays. for 'J5 years:
"I run trnthlull) a'that llmulV
BwtiArnii.i.c Is one ol tho ln-Ht medi
cines that I knew of, IT nut the hest. A
.cnrai;) I foiiml I was about iimm! mi,
felt no aiuhltioii tn lt j nnj thing. CouM
riot cat with any relish. 'That tircil
fecllnt,'1 was no name for tho way I felt.
I took a I'oujihi of hollies of ilooii's
Smism'miii.i.c, uhieh revived my Hiik
gini? energies iu (good nhiine.' This
spring 1 took two more hottles ami
have hail no leturu of the feeling of a
jear ago. My wifu 1ms nleo taken
Mime of it with heuellt. We think it
cannot ho iiralrcil too higlih."
(i I.. Wiuimvn,
biroy bt., Attlehoro, Mass.
tW It Is not what wo mv, but what
IIooii'h tSunu'.uui.l does that lells the
A lloon's Com; Hook for the ask-
t'oiitaius nearlj ji valuable receipts.
Hobron, Newman ft Co.
Druggists & .Wholesale Agonts.
roil.N'I'K KOItT AND KINO HTKKHT.S.
W. A. WALL,
(lari: una tiii:
1'. o. llo. 10,1. Mutuitl Tele. lie.
The lifxt Ihinij Ui iteiid to your frinuh
(tlirthitl in lung limit. "Illustrated .S'oi(.
renirofllumiii," which imjotteixupjor
thepuryote, and in not un advertisement.
THAT BEATS ME !
inoPL S-AXjE BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
such a popular preparation,
k . rrmii tt -,
.ms 5 ' ji njiitrn .. i t, n
iwissr i rarco' .-. . s-x
r-c mirrs m&
UV.v ' "5"
us to prove its merits. This is simply to inform you "
that wo are the Agents for Uuihkoam, and
can supply it in any quantity.
PRICE 25 CEZSTS PER BOTTLE.
&&Z .LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Port Street, - - - Honolialia, H. I.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Nov Opening
New Goods !
By- Just Received per S. S. " Australia." "&'
a ' Automatic
iNTe-w Goods ! XSTe-w- O-oocis !
I'on(!i;k i)UAiM:iur.s imutiuuiis imnkappm: tissui'-satthknb
-wimti: imis (loons i.v nir.OKs and uTitii'ns.
jAi'AN'i'si: coitiiKi) ouki'1". ;
Ladies', Gliildrons' aud Infants' Wear
IN (UtKVT VAUIKI'V AT LOW I'KKT.H.
A Fine Line in ZepUyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
"Batlaixig Suits in Ootton SLXidL "WTool
run Li)ii:s, ur.Ni'B, and imiildukn.
CAXL JiStTJD SEES OXJK. 'ISrE'W GQpDS.
Dressmaking under Ine Management of Hiss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & GO., 99 Fort St,
that it needs no praise from
a Large Stock of
New Goods !
Ice Cream Freezers !
& Barrel Churns.
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