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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FttOM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1892.
l,eavo Honolulu... ):1&.
Arrive Honolulu.. 8:35
a.m. r.M. r.M.
8:45 1:45 4:35f
0:57 2:57 5:35t
10:43 3:43 5:42f
11:55 4:55 0:50t
Fkam. City Local.
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Lea vo Pearl OIty..:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxcopteil. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 1893.
Satujuiay, Jan. 7.
Stmr Waimanalo from Maui and Molokai
Stmr Iwalani from Kanui
Stmr C K Bishop from Hamakua
Vossels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Hawaii for Laupaliochoc, Honohina,
Stmr James Makce for Hanalci nnd Hana-
niaulu at 4 m
Stmr Kaala for Wnianae, Wainlua, Moku-
loia, Jvalmku and I'unaluu.
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr O II Bishop 1575 bags sugar,
bags paddy, and GO bags rice.
i'or stmr iwalani 1077 nags sugar.
bags paddy, 42 bags rice, (! head cattle,
uuis green muos
and 53 pkgs siur
From Kuuai, per stmr Iwalani, Jan 7
Mrs E A Bryant, Miss M Christian, Miss
Mittemnra and 20 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H S Alameda, Morse, from San Francisco,
due Jau 13
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from tiie Colonies,
duo San. 12
Qer bark H Hackfcld from Liverpool, duo
Am bkt Planter from Port Gamble
Haw bgt Douglas from San Francisco
Vessels in Port.
Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorgcnsen, from
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Haw Bk Sfauna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Am bkt Discovery, McNeill, San Francisco
Am bk S 0 Allen, Thompson, San Fran
Br bk Vclocitv. Martin, lrotn Honirkoni'
uer dk rsyigia, i-jocgei, iiongicong
., i . . . . .. . u "
isenr liout l.cwers irom fort (Jam
Tho bark Mauna Ala will load sugar for
The stcalner Claudinp will bo due to
morrow morning from Maui. The Mika
hala will be along also.
The steamers Mokolii and Waimanalo
were expected to-uay, but did not arrive,
lho uaimanalo was te
i telephoned this after-
The steamer Hawaii returned yesterday
from Hamakua without sugar, and will
leave again on Monday for the same place.
Tho steamer Pole left this afternoon for
Makaweli in ballast. She will bring the
first sugar from tho new mill, and expects
to get back on Wedneseay next.
An engineer has started in to learn tho
cornet. He has picked out for a place to
practice an olllce near tho Pacific Mail
dock. The discordant notes which emanate
from the aspirant to cornet fame would
drift a barge.
Scoring of a
In Judgo Brentano's court, Chi
cago, Doc. 19, was witnessed a re
markable scene. The jury in tho
case of the mother of nine-year-old
Mabel Angol, who was suing Brown
& Co., contractors, for $25,000 for
causing the death of tho child, re
turned a verdict finding defendants
guilty of gross negligence and res
ponsible for the death of the child,
and fixing damages at 1 cent. Judgo
Brontano was speechless for a mo
mont, but soon recovering himself,
sot aside tho verdict and gavo nine
of tho members of tho jury tho most
awful scoriucr ever heard, in a Chi
cago court. It seems that those
nine men a couple of days previously
sent in to the Judgo a requisition
for whisky, beer, cigars and cards.
Tho Judgo paid no attention to tho
requisition. Ho roforrod to this
matter in his oral castigation and
characterized thorn as mon of a
moral caliber ho would not attempt
to lloiino. In conclusion, Judgo
Brontano fined each of tho nine
guilty mon tho sum of their earn
ings on tho jury, and when one of
them attempted, to mako an explana
tion, raised his lino to $25 and
ordered thorn all out of his sight in
a hurry. Tho follows slung out crest
fallen. mm m m
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgur, leader, will
give a public concert this aftornoon
at Thomas Squaro, beginning at :-JB0
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March fount Bauer . . .
(.'oruet Solo Love's Serenade
Solo by V. Aylett.
Fantasia Tho Rivals . , . . Pcttcc
Saxophone Solo Queen Liliuokalanl
Solo by J. Llbornlo,
Medley Yanken Tickle . Beyer
''For thu past two or three yoars I
have boon subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, a hardware murahaut of
Boonvillo, Dallas Co., Iowa. "1 have
tried a number of dilloront jomocHos;
tho ln;sl. one being Chamhurlniu'
Colli', Cholera and Diarrhu'a Rome
dy. Ono or two doses of it ahvayn
muos mo." Sold by all doalurn.
Uoiison, Smith & Co., AgoulH for tho
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thoro is a provalonco of mumps
A now Hnwaiian story pnpor will
bo started shortly. '
Gamo is roportod as plentiful on
tho other sido of the island.
Tho stoamor Iwalani did not bring
any sugar from Makawoli as oxpcctod.
Tho band will play at Thomas
Squaro this aftornoon instead of
Tho prieo of oranges has dropped
considerably on account of tho pass
ing of tho holidays.
A numbor of school childron took
tho cars to Waikiki this morning to
onjoy a dip in tho brine.
Thoro will bo a football practice
at tho Makiki Recreation Grounds
at 3:80 o'clock this aftornoon.
The Alameda will not bo duo
until Monda tho 16th, according to
latest mail advices from San Fran
cisco. Thoro was a groat demand for
Chineso hacks yostorday aftornoon,
after the immigrants had boon re
leased from quarantine.
D. K. Fyfo, onco Jailor of Oahu
Prison, was arrested yesterday on a
chargo of vagrancj'. Ho will bo
hoard in tho District Court on Mon
day. Tho union fellowship mooting of
Christian Workers, mentioned in
yesterday's issue, will bo hold at
7:30 this evening at Kaumakapili
Tho Hawaiian Dramatic Company
aro holding nightly rehearsals of
tho "Lady of tho Lake," a Hawaiian
historical play. Tt promises to be
of much interest.
"Tides, Sun and Moon" vvill ap
pear again on Monday. Their om
missiou a fow weeks has boon duo to
tho indisposition of Mr. C. J. Lyons,
conductor of the Weather Bureau.
Tho moat market is without mut
ton owing to tho rough weather pre
venting the Kinau from making con
nections. Some mutton is expected
by tho Mokolii to-day or to-morrow.
S. Kailiauu, reported yesterday as
having been arrested for larceny of
shoes on Jan. 1st, pleaded guilty
this morning and was sentenced to
thirty days' imprisonment at hard
A Chinaman named Ah Sui and
Nakiko (w) pleaded guilty in tho
District Court this morning to a
charge of adultery, and wore sen
tenced to pay fines of .?30 and 10
The Royal Hawaiian baud sere
naded Chief Justice Judd this morn
ing at his residence, on tho occasion
of his birthday. After tho soronado
His Honor reciprocated tho boys'
kindness with a cash present.
Night lamps aro one of tho speci
alties in tho Hawaiian Hardware
Co.'s weekly announcement. An
other trick card of theirs is a superi
or lubricating oil, which prevents all
journals except political ones from
Tho ofiieors telephoned for yes
terday wore not to quell a riot, but
simply to escort sixty-two of tho
Chineso immigrants who had child
ren's passports, but who woro actu
ally "old kids" whoso agos ranged
between twenty and forty years.
When tho call came it was believed
at tho station to bo for a riot.
Geo. Iiyan, who was arrested tho
other night in tho vicinity of tho
Cosmopolitan Saloon with a pistol
on his person, was brought up in
the District Court this morning. Ho
pleaded guilty to tho chargo, and at
tho request of tho prosecution sen
tence was suspondod for a week in
order to give him a chance to clear
out of tho country. Ryan was allow
od his liberty this morning, but will
have to report a weok honce, or put
himself out of jurisdiction. This is
tho second banishment inside of ton
FOB A MILLION.
Hearing of the Great Contest of
Tho suit of Goo. W. Macfarlano
el al. for the Waikapu Sugar Co. vs.
the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
(Jo., on appeal, will bo artrueu in ex
terna) before tho now Appellate
Court at 10 o'clock on Monday
morning. It will bo tho contest of
tho times in legal acumen and for
ensic ability. The groat public in
terest attaching to this, tho so-called
"million dollar suit," will doubtless
cause a large attendance of mem
bers of tho bar and pthors. Each of
tho four counsel engaged is oxpoctod
to mako a soparato speech and plead
ing. A. S. Hartwoll, L. A. Thurston
and C. L. Carter aro for Mnofarlatio's
sido, and F. M. Hatch for Spreckols'
sido. -A special hearing has boon
granted fft this iustanco by tho
Court, tho regular sitting of which
will bo in Fobruarj, owing to tho
presont circumstances surrounding
Those Bloomin' Shirts. -
Justico Bickorton lias reversed the
judgmont of tho Police Court in tho
suit of Luning vs. Johnson, replevin
for shirts. Tho decision is that
Liming can have the shirts when lie
pays for thoni not before. That is
the long aim llio slurt ol it.
For pains in the chest thoro is
nothing better than a llaunel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's J'niu
Balm and bound on over the seat of
pain. It will produce a counter irri
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
much superior to any plaster on no-
1 ..f'-i if. ...'... I!i!
count of Uh pain-relieving qualities.
11 u sen 111 iiiiio 11 win ininuiu 1111011
inouia, 50 cent bottles for sale by all
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co,,
Agents for tho
a 1 AitrinN.
lltmarn of a Muglii glin;
In Unit the danger may lie;
How iiiany wo M't who might I to men.
With it iiiniioulu i'oolaid In their uyul
FniDAY, Jan. 0, 1893.
Tho Assembly reconvened at 1:35
and immediately proceoded with
tho further consideration of tho
resolution rolativo to tho appointing
of a Commission to visit Washing
ton. On motion of Noblo Pun tho rulo
prohibiting smoking was suspondod.
Rop. R. W. Wilcox said that tho
committeo had considered that ovon
if tho Commission did go it would
not iutorforo with tho Queon going
nor yet reflect upon the oflico of the
Minister Resident at Washington.
Tho idea was iust to show tho con
dition of tho country from tho effects
of tho McKinloy bill and to obtain
information how to bring about
closer commercial relations.
Rop. Kaunamauo did not favor
tho resolution as presented.
Noble Marsdon favored tho idea
of sonding a Commission to Wash
ington for tho purposes mentioned.
Ho considered that tho Commission
should havo a royal appointmont,
thoroforo ho offered tho following
amendment as an addition to Rep.
"Resolved, that in viow of tho un
satisfactory condition of existing
commercial relations with tho United
States of America, a royal commis
sion, to bo appointed bv tho Cabinot
and approved by Her Majesty tho
Quoon, said commission to consist of
five persons, three of whom shall bo
mombors of tho Legislature, whoso
duty shall bo to proceed to Wash
ington to obtain information, etc."
Noblo Baldwin favored the amend
ment. There seemed to have, been
considerable feeling in tho House on
account of certain names having
boon mentioned and others left out.
Ho did not wish to arguo tho neces
sity of such a Commission. It was
in his opinion very necessary. It
could give a hotter knowledge to the
people in Washington of our hopes
and desires. Tho appointing power
should be whoro it is placed by tho
Rep. Bipikauo said that in some
ways ho favored sending a Commis
sion to Washington. He was, how
ovor, in doubt how tho money could
bo obtained logally to pay tho ex
penses. Tho Appropriation Bill was
passed and signed, and no more
could bo added to th.it.
Rop. Smith said that thoro was a
bill now pondinff to cover tho Legis
lative oxponsos; tho amount could be
added to that.
On motion tho amendment offered
by Noblo Marsdon was accepted, and
tho resolution in its outiroty was
Rop. Smith, "under suspension of
tho rules, presented a report from
tho Judiciary Committee on Bill 208
rolativo to vagraucy, recommending
the ropoal of Section 37 of the Penal
Code. The committee favor tho
bill. Report adopted, bill passed to
engrossment and to third reading on
Bill 2-11, rolativo to tho pay of
Representatives, granting them $500
for oach biennial term, was read a
third timo and passed.
Bill 07, the Registration Act, canto
up on third reading.
With but little discussion motion
to indefinitely postpone was put and
lost on the following ayo and nay
Ayes Nobles Hopkins, Pua, Cum
mins, Jlnuo, lioapili and Kanoa;
Reps. Bipikauo, Pua, Nawahi, Kau
namauo, Kamauoha, White, Kano
alii and Edmonds 14.
Noes Ministers Wilcox and Ro
binson; Nobles J. M. Horner, Mars
den, Young, Baldwin, Walbridgo,
Anderson, Thurston, MoBrydo and
Droier; Reps. Wilder, Kauhi, Bush,
Waipuilani, Kapahu, Kaluna, Iosopa,
Akina, Smith and A. S. Wilcox 21.
Absent Ministers Jones and
Brown; Nobles Borgor, Ena, Petor
son, Williams, Hind, W. Y. Hornor
and Cornwoll; Reps. Ashford, Aki,
R. W. Wilcox and Nahinu.
An amendment that the Act take
effect April itt), 1893, was carried.
Tho motion to pass tlio bill was
carried on tho following 330 and nay
Ayes Ministers Wilcox and Ro
binson; Nobles Cummins, J. M. Hor
nor, Marsdon, Young, Baldwin, Wal
bridgo, Andorson, Thurston, Mo
Brydo and Dreier; Reps. Wilder,
Kauhi, Bush, Waipuilani, Kapahu,
Kaluna, Iosopa, Akina, Smith and
A. S. Wilcox 22.
Noes Nobles Pua, Mailo, Hoapili,
Cornwoll and Kanoa; Rops. Bipi
kauo, Pua, Nawahi, Kaunainano, Ka
mauoha, Nahinu, White and Kano
Absent Ministers Jones and
Brown; Nobles Borgor, Ena, Hop
kins, Peterson, Williams, Hind and
W. Y. Hornor; Reps. Ashford, Aki,
R. W. Wilcox, Koaliou and A. Hor
At 3:55 tho Assembly adjourned
until next morning.
Satuiiday, Jan. 7, 1893.
Tho Assembly convened at tho
usual hour for praj'or, aftor which
roll call, and thu minutes of the pre
vious mooting wore road and ap
proved. Noblo Kauhane, from tho com
mittee on Education, roportod on a
petition for an English school at
Wailua, Molokai. Tho committee
recommended that thu bill be tabled.
Rep, Nahinu represented that the
' nearest school to tho place men-
i! 1 n ...!!.. .lt.i.. J 1 ..l.!l
tioued was 7 miles distant and chil
dreu had to walk up and down
gulches mid through rivers to get
there. Ho moved that tho petition lie
referred to tho Hoard of Education.
Noblo Mnrndon offered n ioolu
tion that a committee of the Ashcin
bly be appointed to wait on Her
Majesty and inform hor that tho
Assembly would bo ready to bo pro
rogued on Tuesday nest. Ho moved
tho previous question.
Objection was mndo to tho moving
of tho previous question, Noble
Peterson rising to a point of order
to tho effect Hint a similar resolution
had boon brought in the other day
and was tabled. A motion might be
made to tako that resolution from
tho table, but ho considered that it
was elearlj' out of order to present
a resolution of like tenor and in this
The President ruled that the pre
vious question was in ordor and it
was put but failed to carry.
Discussion now ensued on lho re
solution, Rep. Whito, the first
spoakor, boiug opposed to tho date
sot on account of tho doubt about
tho Registration Act being signed.
Although tho Act had passed the
House ho know of one monibor of
the Cabinet who had said that ho
had intended to advise Hor Majesty
not to sign that bill.
Noblo Young (interrupting) If it
was such a good bill why did j'ou
not voto for it?
Rop. Whito Never mind that
now. The Dill passed tuo Houso by
a majority, and I agree with tho
Minister Brown (interrupting)
hoped that tho member would not
talk in so loud a voice; speak lowor.
Rop. Whito (sarcastically) In
deed I You well know that j-ou havo
often heard tuy voice used hero in
this same strain and 3011 did not ob
ject. Thoro aro a groat many im
portant measures yet to come before
tho House. It was impossible for
tho Houso to be road3 for proroga
tion by Tuesday. It would seom as
though some of tho members were
afraid of something going to happen.
Noblo Young No, wo aro not
afraid but wo want to go home. I
am tired, and I wish to go.
Rop. White said that if the honor
able monibor desired to go ho could
ask leave of the Houso, and ho (the
spoakor) would voto to lot him go.
If his wish was not granted then the
peuiiouer couiu taito r rencn leave.
Noblo Young desired to ask if
Rop. White know of one planter who
had voted against tho Registration
Rop. Whito No; tho bill was
passed by a majority. But ho had
hoard 0110 of tho Ministers sa3 that
advice would bo given to the Queen
to veto tho bill. Ever3-body had
heard tho wranglo between Noble
Young and Noblo Thurston tho
other day on this matter when
Noblo Young had said that tho bill
was not a pot of his; j-ot ho voted
for it. It reminded him a good deal
of a mule being brought to wator
and made to drink against his wish.
Rop. Kamauoha considered that it
was well to know when to proroguo
and tho presentation of tho resolu
tion was a good way to get at a date.
Mo lavorod L rulaj'.
Noblo Thurston considered that it
would be well to proroguo at as
earby a date as possible, although
such 111.13' be done much to tho dis
gust of tho general public. Ho
considered, as Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday had boon mentioned and
objected to, that a happ3T mean
would be found in Wednesday.
Rop. Whito obtained tho floor
again and said that tho opportunity
had now como for the Assembly to
tender honor to tho Noblo from
Maui. Ho would movo that tho (by
sot bo Thurston's d.v, not Wednes
daj' but Thurs(tons)Ia3'. (Laugh
ter.) Rep. Nawahi questioned whether
tho Cabinet had intimated anything
rolativo to tho onrlj prorogation to
Hor Majesty. An address was usual
and thoro should bo timo to prepare
Minister Jones said that tho Cabi
not was all roady. It had boon their
intention to calf on Her Majost' to
day and suggest hor early attention
to bills unsigned. Tho Queen was
out of town, so H103 would wait un
On motion tho resolution was
amended to read Thursday and pass
ed. Reconsideration moved and lost.
The President announced tho fol
lowing committee: Noblo Marsdon,
Rop. Nawahi, Noble McBrj'do, Rop.
Pua, and Noblo Cornwoll.
Rop. Pua declined sorvinjr on tho
committee on account of ill-health,
and asked to bo excused.
President Walker thoroupon re
called tho list uniKiimced, and pre
sented a substitute as follows: Rons.
Nawahi, Whito, Nobles MuBr3-do,
Cornwoll, and Rop. Kauhi.
At 10:28 tho Ordor of tho Day be
ing moVed tho following bills camo
up on third reading and passed, viz.:
Bill 235, to authorize a National
Bill 233, to provide for tho impor
tation and sale of methylated spirits.
Bill 218, to amend Sec.10 Chap. 28
of the Penal Code relating to trusts.
Bill 231, to provont the lauding of
Bill 212, to amend bill 157a, relat
ing to the restriction of Chineso Im
migration, Bill 232, ' to ropoal Section 20,
Chapter 02, Laws of 1888, to provide
for a steam railway around tho Isl
and of Oahu.
Tho following bills were road a
Bill 230, to provide further moneys
for Expenses of Legislature of 1892,
($2000). Amended to road $7000, to
engrossment anil for third reading
Bill 231, relative to the fencing of
lands. To Public Lands Committee,
Hill 239, carrying of passengers in
Wailuku and Ililo. Passed to en
grossment and for third reading 011
Noble Marsdeu under suspension
of tho rules presented a report on
Hills 70 and 128. rolativo to distilling
liquors, Tho committee present a
substitute bill which after some Ut
ile objection was allowed to take (ho
Hill 238, relative to fees of execu
tors, administrators and guardians.
To engrossment and third reading
Hill 221, relating to bankruptcy;
1 to engrossment mil third reading on
I Hill 201, relating to a specific tax
1 on legacies. To engrossment and
1 for third reading on Monday,
Clerk McCarthy now announced
that thoro was no further business
in his hands for consideration, on
this day, by tho Assembly.
On motion the Assembly at 11:32
adjourned until Monday.
NO MORE FREE MUSIC.
Tho Honor of a Full Band Soronndo
The band bo3's have made a de
cided stand against free serenades.
It will be remembered that owing to
the appropriation for the band hav
ing been cut down, the boys' salaries
have also been curtailed. Formerly,
whon tho bandsmen received satis
factory wages, they used to serenade
mill be satisfied with anything in re
turn for their music. "Last night,
however, they appointed a spoKes
man to go to Prof. Henri Herger.
bandmaster, and tell him the stand
tho bo3's had taken, that they would
not play any more unless for cash.
This, of course, is excepting royal
audioncos, public occasions and con
certs. Tho professor assented to the
l)03s' wishos, anil said ho would see
to tho matter.
Tho boys' decision will make music
pretty oxpensivo for those wishing
to bo serenaded by the full band,
considering that there are about
forty members to bo compensated in
j. d . a isnoi, J.-.U.J.'., jj.jj.Lt.s., as
I by tho following P.C.P.Vas
g Grand Lodge oflicers, viz.:
J. J. Locker as G..1.W,; M. D. Mon
sarrat as G.H.P.; F. J. Wilhelm as
G.S.W.; H. H. Williams as G.S., and
Geo. Johnson as G.T. installed the
oflicers of Polynesian Encampment,
I. O. O. F., last night:
W. D. Alexander, Jr., C. P.
W. Ross, S. W.
P. C. P. L. L. La Pierre. S.
J'. C. P. E. Hiiiglo3 G.
J. Pritchard, J. W.
P. C. P. C. J. Fishel, 1st W.
P. C. P. M. D. Monsarrat, 2d W.
I'. C. P. H. H. Williams. 3d W.
P. J. J. Locker, lth W. -
P. G. J. Wilhelm. G.
P. Goorgo Johnson, I. G.
Knights of Pythias.
At a meeting of Oahu Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, hold 3-estorday
evening, tho following were installed
as ollicors for tho ensuing term:
John Neill, Chancellor-Commander;
B. Borgersen, Vice-Chancellor; H.
Kleinine, Prelate; J. A. Rodanet,
Keeper of Records and Seals; 11. O.
Reid, Mastor of Finance; H. Smith,
Master of Exchequer; J. Buckliy,
Mastor at Arms; W. C. Bruhu, Inner
Guard. Hon. D. Dayton, the Deputy
of tho Supremo Lodge, who installed
the oflicers, was assisted on this oc
casion by Messrs. J.F. Eckardt, as Su
premo Prelate, and C. W. Ziegler, as
Supreme Mastor at Arms. E. II. F.
Woltors is tho Sitting Past Chancel
lor of tho Lodge for tho term.
is alw.i3's an acceptable present for
Christinas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Conipaii3' havo just opened a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
artot3rpos, photogravures, Randall's
and Guorin's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, medallions on glass,
pastels, stool engravings, etc. Their
linos of Mouldings comprise the
latest patterns, and picture framing
is made a special.
An assortment of Cornice Polos,
Bracket.! and Trimming, always on
A number of pictures woro sold
tho day they woro opened, and the
continued demand is reducing tho
About 2 o'clock this aftornoon the
Polieo Station was crowded with
Chineso from Chinatown. The
cause was the presence of tho Chi
noso immigrants which woro brought
from Oahu Jail to bo locked up in
tho Station, on a warrant caused to
bo issued by Attoriioy-Uonoral Cecil
13rown, charging sixty-two of thorn
with attempting to laud unlawfully
upon Hawaiian shores without a
valid or legal permit. Aftor tho
Chinese had been locked up for
some timo the were returned to
Oahu Jail, whoro thoy are now eon
lined. The District Slagistrato will
hear their case on Monday.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children." says H. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdon, Utah,
"never bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Jloinedy. There is no
dangor from it and relief is always
sure to follow. I particularly ro
cominoiid Chamberlain's because I
havo found it to Iwsafo and reliable.
Jt is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." fit)
cent bottles for sale by all denier.
IJenson, Smith A: Co., Agents for the
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- BOTH TEL. No. m -
Stand: Cornor Fort & Merchant Sts.
Huukn can bo hail nt any hour of tho day
up to 12 o'clock ut night, on terms
tu Milt tho times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
KIlSBT-CLAhS 1WMILY IIAT1IINO
ItuMirt at Waikiki. Triinicars pass
LMtu. rinuuial arrangements can lm
iiliide for Kumlly Picnics and Evunllic,
JintliliiK Parties. Wfrtf
VoV Loctll Xl'WH
The IMly Hullelin is dfliwid by
carrier for f0 vrnU pet monjh.
WONDER OF MODERN TIME8I
PILLS & OINTMENT.
Eurify the Wood, correct all Disorder? of the
ivcr, Stom.icli, Kidneys, and Howcls. They
invigorate and restore to health Debilitated
Constitutions, and arc invaluable in all Com
plaints incidental to Females of all ages.
is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad
Breasts, Old Wounds -Sores and Ulcers. For
Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds,
Gout, Rheumatism, Glandular Swellings, and
nil Skin Diseases it has no equal.
Manufactured only at Professor Holloway's
78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON,
Late 533i Oxj-ord Street,
FOR IS-A-LEl BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - ECoxioliolu, H. I.
IB. IF- BHLBBS Sc CO.
S3 PORT STK.E3E3T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
Japanese Silk and Crepes, at very low prices.
Glove ami Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sels,
Work Jioxcs, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all
Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from ','? up.
Headed Silk, Black, Capes, at your own price.
Fans, Ilosieru and Handkerchiefs in nrcat varietu.
ITS" Dressmaking Undor tho Management of MISS E. CLARE. JS3
Christmas & New
Knru NOVELTIES for the
Rich (lifts for
CH R1STMAS JEWELRY.
NOTHING LIKE IT IN TOWN.
The Old Stand,
WKNXER & CO.,
Importing nnd Miinufuuturing .TowlOits.
Closing Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
Toys, with or without Mechanism,
Dolls, Kings, Albums, Sate.hols,
I'ur-es, Vases, Stntuus,
Itronzo Ware, Moecn Cups,
Ojiorn nnd Spy Glasses, (warranted first
Mirrors, Frames, Brackets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Vans, (extra fine);
Carpets, and lluus, (all sizes);
Etc., Etc., Etc.
.- Each Piece marked with CASH
Xm DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases. IA. EVEKYIIODY Invited to mi In
spection. H. W.
AT THE -
KINO KT It HIST.
E.cellent AiTiiiiiiuodatloiis for Patients.
No UisK hi Thiowluc Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
lltell m. I
P. U. llox UK!
sold regardless of cost.
to be the
Price 75 Cents.
"ST. OLAF 1JKAN1)"
Superior to Any Other !
This Milk is prcpnred in Norway from
the I'll re Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed on mountain grass. There is
nothing added except tho Finest Sugar,
and nothing taken away from it but water,
it therefore possesses al'l the original pro
perties and aroma peculiar to Norwegian
For Sale In Quantities to Salt by
11. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
A SHIPMENT OF
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
FOK SALE 11 Y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Can be found, as usual, nt Ids residence,
AiiiKvimiivri, iwxt to Hrltisli Club, orliy
O. h. Wllliiiun.' store, Fort
All work uuarnntund nn.l vUH...l
second time. l'mmtit iiti.,,.Hi... .11
orders, Tuned .the Piano for concert ot
Miuln, tho celebrated. vlollnUU UW-lm,