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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 1893.
TiiMilAY, Jan. ICC
Ger bk Itylein, Floeger, for Hongkong
Stinr Clnudine for Maui and Hawaii
aii at 5
Stinr VV G Hall for Mnui and Hawaii at 10
Stinr Mikabala for Kauai, at f p m
Stinr .Tiii Makcu for Kajiaa at 1 p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stinr Wiiialoale for Lahaina and Haiua
For Maui and Hawaii, per stinr W (i
Hall, Jan 10 For tlio Volcano: FM Lewis,
OMBelshaw. For wav ports: K W Ful
ler, It II Makekau, Mrs Kiinoke, Miss
"Willis, V Smitliies, J H Stelling, and 30
Vessels in Port.
Am 4-mstd sclir Transit, Jorgcnscn, from
Am bktnci S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Haw Bk Mauna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Am bkt Discovery, McNeill, San Francisco
Am bk 8 C Allen, Thompson, San Fran
Ur bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
Ger bk Uylgia, I'loeger, Hongkong
Behr ltobt Lew-era from Port Gamble
The steamer Kinau will be due to-morrow
morning from. Maui and Hawaii..
The S. S. Mariposa from the Colonics is
expected to be along to-morrow evening.
. The steamer W. G. Hall left this morn
ing and will arrive again on Tuesdav after
noon. Tho barkentino W. H. Dimond will pro
bably leave to-morrow for San Francisco
with a full cargo of sugar.
Tho bark Dylgia departed to-day for
Hongkong in ballast. Sho carried about
forty Chinese passciigcrs and several tons
old iron and broken glass.
The lurk S. C. Allen having finished
discharging has been moved to the old
Custom House wharf, where sho is being
overhauled. The Allen will load with
sugar for tho Coast.
Seo tho now Floral Sots at Benson,
Smith & Co.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
G. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Perfumes in groat variety at Bon
son, Smith & Co.
Now ideas in Porfumos for holiday
presents at Benson, Smith & Co.
After shaving uso Cuinnnbor Skin
Tonic. Bouson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Port street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
casos. Mutual Telephone 682.
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or aflornoon to suit cus
tomers.. Mechanics' Homo, fill land (51 Hole!
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 23c. and GOc. a night; $1
and $1.23 a week.
Wintor & "Winter, DonUHls. Oflli-o,
83 Borotania street.
Gold fillings $3.00
Silvox fillings l.(X)
Tooth extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tolo
''For tho past two or tin ) years 1
have been subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. v, A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
JJoonvillo, Dallas Co., Iowa. "1 have
tried a number of diU'oront remedies;
tho host ouo being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhwn Jiomo
dy. Ouo or two dohes of it always
ouroa me." Sold by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
1 ho good people of Luxemburg
are gnmtlv oxorufitod over tho mm
bility of tho orttnbllHhinont of a mc
ond"Monto Carlo" at Moudort, a
summer and winter rot.ort in tho lit
tlo U rand Duchy,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather,
clear, Wind light north.
A co-part noiship notico of tho
Aping Company appears to-day.
Tho argument of tho million dol
lar suit develops a good deal of spico.
Tho S. S. Oceanic is duo from San
Francisco for Oriental ports tomorrow.
A nunibor of mou working on tho
roads have boon dismissed owinsr to
lack of funds.
S. N. K. Kakina has boon appoint
ed a notary public for tho Firth
Certificates ofMutunl Telephone
stock aro advertised by S. M. Damon
as lost or mislaid.
Jno. Crow-dor is acting Port Sur
veyor until Captain Tripp is ready
to assume his now duties.
J. F. Morgan will hold a sale of
furnituro and pianos at his sales
room at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Kaulua, a native lad of eight
years, was committed to tho Poform
School this morning for truanc.
Messrs. F. M. Lewis and C. M.
Bolshaw were passengers on tho W.
G. Hall this morning for tho Vol
cano. F. Sinclair and wife, C. M. OlTicor
and the Misses Daniels aro booked
to leave by the S. S. Alameda for the
Tho Firo Polico will hold an ad
journed meeting at their hall this
evening, when a full attendance is
Tho illustrated organ concert at
Kauniakapili Church this evening
will bogin at 7:15 o'clock. Tickets
at the door.
Tho i steamer Kinau expected from
Hawaii to-morrow morning will
bring tho nows of tho progress of tho
Costa murder trial at Hilo.
Knlauao, charged with extensive
potty larceny, and Yamavichi, tho
Jap to whom tho goods wore sold,
will appear in the District Court to
morrow. Captain A. S. Mnhaulu made his
first arrest j-ostorday in tho capture
of the young thieves who have boon
committing pott 3- larcenies for some
Tho Paradise of tho Pacific for
Deeoinbor is out with a good bill of
contents. It is illustrated with a
picture of Queen Dowager Kapio
lani and views along tho Oahu Kail
way. As will bo remembered a haul of
134 All), tins opium was mndoou tho
barkentino S. N. Castle a short while
ago. To-day the stuff was sold to
passengers on tho bark Bylgia at ?8
Chief Oilicor DowdolTof tho S. S.
Alameda, who was hurt on tho
steamer's last trip from tho Colonics,
is reported as improving rapidly.
No one is allowed to seo tho patient
at tho Hospital.
Fortj- Chineso took pas.sago on
tho bark Bylgia to-dav for Hong
kong. They wero packed between
decks in temporary bunks. It will
bo roasting when tho hatches aro
closed as tho vessel gets outside.
A contract laborer with tho Intor
Ishtud Steam Navigation Co. created
amiibomeut at tho departure of tho
W. G. Hall this morning. Ho had
drawn some funds and had a good
timo last night, as evidenced by his
"rooky" looks. As ho was to go as
sailor on tho Hall, ho was sought
for, and at la.it found. Tho man was
put on a hack and taken down to
tho steamer just in time to see her
moving out in tho harbor.
A Nutivo Woman Bent on Seeing
the Flowery Kingdom.
There was no lit tlo excitement on
the bark Bylgia this morning over a
middle-aged native woman, who had
boon sneaked on board by a China
man. According to information re
ceived from relatives tho woman had
a great dosiro to seo tho Flowery
Kingdom. Consequently, when tho
Chinaman with whom sho had been
living for some timo proposed a
trip, sho eagerly assonted. Tho
woman has a fo.stor-son who was
asked to accompany them. Tho lad
feared tho Chinaman and consented
for the time being. Early this morn
ing without tho knowledge of thoir
relatives tho trio packed their trunks
on a Chineso hack and headed for
tho bark lying at Browor's wharf.
Someone got. wind of the affair and
told tho relatives, who wont down
to tho wharf. They used lots of
persuasion but could not get tho
woman to come ashore. Tho lad,
however, came out on tho deck ami
demanded his clot lies, but tho
Chinaman said they wero packed in
a trunk in tho hold of tho ship, and
that it would take some timo to got
them out. Tho lad persisted and,
with the aid of others, secured his
garments and remained ashore.
Some of (ho dock laborers in fun in
troduced n young man to tho
woman, who was oiihcoiihod between
decks among all sorts of Mongo
lians, as an oilicor to induce her to
stay, but it was no uso. Maria was
bout on going, and go she did.
Scottish Thistlo Club.
OIlicorH or tho Scottish Thistlo
Club for tliu turnout term wore in
stalled last night as follows: Chief,
Tlios, Lindsay; Chieftain, W. 1
Wilson; Secretary, Art hur.McDowall;
TroiiMiior, Alex. Garvin; M.-at-A., D.
Logan; Trutii-.s, I). Logan, W. A.
McKay and Dr. .McLennan. His
Excellency A. S. Cloghorn is honor
ary Chief, and .Mr. 11. I-". .Mclntyro
honorary Chieftain. W. A. .McKay,
rotiriiigTruiiMiror, pio.sontcd a report
showing a balance or about i'ltl in
hand, with no debt, a portion of the
balance belonging to the library
fund. The nmoling discussed a pro
posal to celebrate Hums' ittiiilvtirsury
on tho23lli iiibt.
FOR A MILLION.
Contest Between Corporations
Over the Waikapu
Continuation of Readings and Pleadings
in the Supreme Court.
Monday, Jan. 9, 1803.
Tho sitting of tho Court was re
sumed at 1:30.
Tho Court ruled Mint tho deposi
tion of J. D. Sprockols could not bo
Tho reading of tho ovidonco was
continued and lasted until 3 o'clock.
Mr. Hatch raised tho point that
tho ovidonco road, boing clipped
from tho Advertiser, was not an offi
cial copy of tho ovidonco, or a part
.of tho record, so that it was nothing
upon which an appoal could bo
Tho counsol for tho appellant con
tended that tho evidence boing
printed from a transcript of tho offi
cial stenographer's notes, was a pro
per record of tho ovidonco.
Mr. Hatch for tho dofondnnt cor
poration contended that tho appel
lants wore bound to furnish a copy
of tho ovidonco.
Tho Court did not hold that to be
tho ease in proceedings in equity.
Tho reading of ovidonco boing
comploto Mr. Hatch opened tho
argument for tho plaintiff.
Mr. Hatch stated that tho relation
of tho parties who woro tenants in
common was very different from
that of co-partners. Ono co-tonant
was not uocossariby ontitlod to an
account. Tho policy ot tho law
should bo to oncourago cultivation.
Thero was no reason in law for say
ing that ono party had occupied
more than his share, unless tho other
party had desired and attempted to
occupy. Nothing of that kind was
shown hero. Thoro was no ovidonco
of a wrongful occupation. A co
tonant is not damaged by tho occu
pation ot tho other. His legal rights
aro not interfered with. Ho must
have boon provonted from occupy
ing to base a claim for an account.
Tho evidence in this caso was just
tho othor way. Tho Waikapu Com
pany could not have profitably occu
pied moro than thoydid. Mr. Corn
woll's ovidonco shows that. Ho was
manager of tho company. Tho pri
vate wishos of Mr. Macfarlano are
not evidence or the desires of tho
corporation or its action. Thoro is
no ovidonco that tho Waikapu Sugar
Company or any oilicor of it, ovor
gave tho Hawaiian Commercial Com
pany notico that its occupation was
objected to, or that tho Waikapu
Sugar Company wished to occupy
any of tho land occupied b- tho Ha
waiian Commercial Coinpan-. An
ouster must bo shown upon clear and
positive evidence. An ouster will not
bo presumed. Thoro is no construc
tive' oustor between tonauts in com
mon. No caso can bo found where
such an ouster has been hold in a
short period like tho present whoro
tho statute of limitations has not
run. Tho caso in 35 Ponn. laid
down this doctrine very clearl-. If a
trespasser took possession an oustor
would bo presumed at onco. But
that presumption did not exist in
tho caso of an owner, who in enter
ing and occupying was cloarly with
in his rights. Tho legal presump
tion was that a tenant having title
entered in accordance with it, not
advorsoly, but to maintain tho title
of both co-ownors against strangers.
(Counsel citod a number of casos in
support of this doctrine, in some
of which no presumption of ouster
was hold, although tho statuto of
limitations had run). It was neces
sary for tho defendant in this caso
to prove an oustor, and tho burden
of proof was upon tho party sotting
it up. Hostile intent was nocossary
to an oustor, and notico of hostile
intent in any tenant ontoring upon
proporty hold in common must bo
clearly given. A hostile intent
buried in tho hoart would not have
any legal effect. A co-tenant can
not bring ejectment unless the entry
of his co-tonant is cloarly adverse.
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Vvyuuiimi uiiuu i-imua 10 ttliuiv uiini
entry, cultivating, taking possession
of rents, etc., was no evidence of
oustor.) Tho entry of ouo tenant
was tho entry of both, and this pre
sumption would hold until sot aside
by some notorious, unequivocal act.
Vorinout casos laid down tho rule
that hostile acts of a tenant in com
mon must bo as unambiguous as
thoso or a losseo to establish a pre
sumption or ouster. That was a
very Tar-reaching rule. Would it bo
omt ended that the cultivation by
the Hawaiian Commercial Company
or its own crops would have that
character? Tho ovidonco shows that
the occupation was friendly. This
is tho testimony of Mr. Corn well.
Mr. Macfarlano s testimony shows
that his own relations to Mr.
Sprockets were, on hoiiio occasions,
strained, and that ho had strong
private reasons for not making any
claim on tho Hawaiian Commercial
Company. This fact tends to show
that lie did not make such a claim.
If lie did not do so for private rea
sons of his own, his action wan
After citation of a large number
of authorities for the iiliilutitl's con
tention, tho Court adjourned until
Tuesdav, .Ian. 10, 1S03.
Mr. Hatch resumed his argument
for tho plaintiff on the opening of
tho Court nl 10 o'clock. lie quoted
American decisions on cases r dis
pute between owners or tonauts in
common. It was not attempted to
bo shown, ho argued, that tho Wai
kapu Sugar Company had over
manifested any dosiro io go beyond
the Rand hills inoccupation of tho
commons. Thoro was no ovidonco
of injury done to the W. S. Co., nor
of fraud on tho part of the Hawai
ian Commercial & Sugar Company.
Ho submitted that if their Honors
considered tho eminent authorities
of the world they would decide that
ono of fvo tenants in. common had
no right of action against another
unless damage or fraud could bo
shown. Mr. Hatch concluded at
Mr. Cnrtor addressed tho Court
lor tho defendant, giving a history
or tho controversy from tho start.
Ho road from tho testimony 01 Clans
'Sprockols, whoro tho witness said ho
had renewed with Win. H. Cornwoll
the parolo understanding that each
company should cultivato tho side
or tho commons next adjoining its
own land. On tho other hand, ho
road from tho testimony of W. H.
Cornwall and Geo. W. 'Macfarlano,
wherein they denied having conced
ed tho privileges alleged by Sprock
ols. On tho small noint that cattle
crossing tho middle lino woro not
arrested for trespass, ho said tho
Court below had decided against
tho defendant on thoso momentous
issues. Tho arrest ot cattle Tor tres
pass by a friendly -neighbor was unheard-of.
W. H. Cornwoll had ad
mitted that tho sand hills wero
regarded as the natural division of
tho commons, but he averred at tho
samo time that ho always held that,
in caso of partition, the Waikapu
Sugar Co. should receive compensa
tion lor tho excess or acreatro held
by tho Hawaiian Commercial A:
Co. Counsol onnosite had
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woigni was mis reierence. However.
in face of tho testimony of Clans !
Sprockols that his company had 5(KK)
acres under cultivation, and that I
land of a quality similar to that
had ranged up to a value of .2."i0 an !
acre. Ho did not deny that thero I
had boon an agreement between
Honry Cornwoll and Sprockols. but '
it had been lost sight of and was '
only resurrected al the beginning
of thoso proceeding-. With regaid
to tho parole agreement tho deci-j
sion of tho Court would have ended ;
tho litigation, but tho Court went '
into tho question of an ouler. It '
deli ned nu ouster correctly and went j
onto hold that the parly alleging I
an ouster must establish tho ouster, j
It hold that thero mitrht be an
ouster where a co-tenant took exclu
sive possession, if his occupancy was
inimical to the interests of the other
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i;ii-ii.'ii,iiiim. 11 was 10111111 inai llie j
defendant failed to establish an 1
ouster because ho had not shown I
that a technical and formal demand '
hail ever boon mmln li linn for ad
mission to the land. Proceeding,
counsol pointed but a distinct ih.-uo
of veracity between Sprockols and
Macfarlano on tho question of an
Tho Chief Justice a-ked counsel
if ho objected to tho opinion below
because it did not find that tho sand
hills formed tho lino of demarca
tion. Mr. Carter said he objected on
the contrary because the Chief .Jus
tice did not follow up his reasoning
on other points by defining the
Mr. Hatch intorposed that the
Court would not define the boun
dary simply because ho, on the part
of plaintill, expressly a-ked that the
Court should bo saved from making
such a definition.
Mr. Carter, supported by Mr.
Thurston, contended that, as the de
cision was based on the written
agreement between Ilenrv Cornwoll
and Clans Sprockols, audi hat agree
ment was one for "part Hon," thou
the Court should have followed up
its findings by declaring tho boun
dary as it was mentioned in the
Justice Bickorlon asked how the
agreement precluded the idea of
Mr. Carter replied that amicable
occupancy was not set up in connec
tion with the agreement. On the
matter of adverse occupancy there
was a distinct question of veracity
between Mr. Sprockols and Mr. Mac
farlano, and in such a contingency
tJio matter must bo decided --
Chior Justice Judd liy the acts
or tho parties. That N precisely
what I did, Mr. Carter.
Mr. Carton in further pursuing
his argument, maintained that the
adverse occupancy was sudden and
violent. Mr. Alarlin, an overseer on
Mr. Sprockols' plautnt ion, testified to
Mr. Sprockols' saying to him, "Thoy
say you have been taking other peo-
i-.t. n iitim. .in, .miiii-.iu.ii mill neon
taken up thero to make a division of
tho laud when the parties wero
friendly, Nothing was accomplish
ed, and why? Because it would have
cost tho H. C. i: S. Co. .?ir0,000 for
the excess of value on its side. Mr.
Sprockols said it a- not easy to
make a partition. Nu, it was easier
to say, 'Lot's have luncheon," and it
1 was easier to sit ilow 11 after luncheon
I and play poker till next morning,
and then for .Mr. Sprockols to say he
: was tired and must uu nwnv. lie
could imagine Mr. Spieokcls saying,
"1 can manage Hilly and George."
It was much easier than making a
partition to allow Mi. Marlin to gi
o;,taki.1n,1!l.H,iaM(i!,hi,opi,.:aMMi.jiniormauon lioncerning uoneo
.,ii. w, .;, in wi-i-i-tiuiK, ,, ura .'iiii..'in-
iii'' tint opinion below, vviioii
Ohio! .liiMit'u .liulil ri!iiuirl(( Dial
ho would i)inl'or if rouiis-ul would
til? 11411111 IMl'lWt Jl M ltlrJl tt Wlllll
innko n l.w-1 m.m.unt d avoid of-
HillHIVt) IDIliaiics. It was mil plca-ant
to luivo lii.i rtiaMiuiiiL' di'.surihcd as
aVi !,' , , , , .
.Mr. Cartur wtis nol a warn ho liail
iihoil oIluiiKivo tonus, hut if it with mi
ho would withdraw thu rotiiark. it
was his (h'niii) In oli-oivo not only
liropiioly hut couiti's.v in hi aif
ilrunii. (joinjjoii lm lofurrt'il to what
hu failed lap.-on ol uiiuiuirv ou thu
part of (JlatiH .Siut'cliiilH. VI
Whim .M r.
i In I'l.itn.
til ill 1 hi a-
lltirl wiill failed to mmi hi
dollihia ri'Hanliug thin
Sprockols could not recollect that
anything at all priced between them
on tho matter, but that he had re
ceived Mr. ltartwi'U as a friendly
visitor and shown him oor the re
finery. Approaching tluupiestioii of
oulor, Mr. Carter defonod argu
ment thereon until after recess.
The Court took recess at a few
minutes to 12 o'clock.
Not too Late.
Why can't wo exhibit?
As a patriotic 'citizen.
hopo that the plea of
Weedon to "vigorously
coiiccuon aim transport 01 some
of tho exhibits for which Hawaii
bids fair to become famous, will be
undertaken without delay; and not.
as thero is reason to fear, leave the
solo burden of national repiesenta
tion to'fall on tho shoulders of the
eminent statesman who lias under
taken tho cyclonuna act. Unfor
tunately Mr. Weedon has not ele.nlv
j specified tho species of exhibits
which ho would have as a sort or
frontispiece to Hank tho cyclotaina,
or, as Mr. Weedon nuts it. to irivo
Hawaii "an honorable place on the
exhibit of tho great gathering of
nations, and to convoy to the teem
ing millions who will" form the im
mense throngs which will come from
every land under tho sun, some idea
of our culture, attractions, produc
tions and resources."
As 1 remarked, Mr. Weedon has
not descended to fine specifications.
I would humbly suggest that a living
selection bo made from tho moil
prominent attractions of insular life,
and to begin with would name a
series of samples of our polyglot
population recently imported."
Hero is a specimen of Asiatic
twins, barbers living nevt door to
each othor, on Nuuanu .street.
Ono, a Chinese, sign reads, "Shav
ing and hair cut 10c." The next, a
Jap, cuts prices to 5c. for the same
worn. IJut a yet newer toiisurinl
i ?rtt iron, Yeddo has a sig.. wi.ii,
1 Doing inter
cut and a rasher of bacon for 5
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iiieicu leaus, 1 our hair
tt-niB. xMm.ims is sureiv in lluji
lino ol now diversified Industrie-, and
it is rumored that the eyolorama
people are engaging quite a number
of these new .-havers lor Chicago in
order that it may be an inducement
to a visitor to the cyeloramato cheer
fully part with his"quartor if he gets
a clean shave thrown in. But why
confine myself to harboring when
the labor field so carefully tilled In
die great showman of the "cvclorama
presents such a divor&ilied field.
Sample exhibits ad libitum can bo
luriiishod, if not gratis, at 12 dollars
a month. Axon.
Tho trouble is that, when a man
needs his nerve mo.-t ho can't find it.
LOST OR MISLAID.
fMI'liTII'MC.vTI-NO. ai 101! TWKNTY
J Shares Mutual Tvlcpliuuu Stuck,
-Imiiliiip in tin inline of C. Afonj;.
iVrtlli-ate No. -'!! for Ton Sluin-s .M11-tu-il
Ti-1c1kiih! Stoi-lj, Hiiimlhi'' in the
name of Henry .Hoiif,'.
(VrtilU-uto No. a for Ten Slian-N Mu
tual IVlfiihonc Steele, -luucliiiK in the
iianii) of Albert Afiiiif;.
TnuWi'r Iiii lu-i'ii s1ohmI. Khiiler will
plca-o return to
'-"--I K. -M. DAMON.
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
III fittiiititcsa to ,-uit private, families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. IJiteeu ami Alalcea -t.
t0 V. O. Ilo. "'.HI.
Golden Hi Bazaar.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles S Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
IS- AT CASH I'1!ICI:k -Mi
9" Ditlli'iilt ea-es eaiefullv tested Li
the J'utent Pioprle Di'uiueter.
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
Croquet Sets from $1.50 Up.
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fPlli; lll'REAII OF IMIJIIMATIOS
' 1 I II I
j 1.as";;nd'llo:;;;ion"1of "alal'raUor
OoilVo Culture, hereby leipm.ts thai all
).";"' ,,!,,.I,I5 lal"' ,,l,I,',,u hlr Wv'"
I ulturti which thiij ar.nleslroui.iif M'lling,
I lcaslngormiiUiiig.nl sluni-s, will n-ud in-
foriiiatlou t'ouceriiliig the caiini to the
Give I - Irrl.iliil iiml DiMricl.
It It for sile, Ion est price,
I If foi lea-e, term, rent and .illy
.V If on shares, condition!
! , J ", iji"nmil will bo wiuijiJIihI unit
IiuaUbml freiiioiuiy um ilwlriiiic It.
AVV, uuJJ.i!f IM.-ulftiaTluN.
l u ,TiiuiMi9tbvu'r ili6Iw
'purify the Wood, correct all Disorders of the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, mid Howcls. Tlicy
invigorate and restore to health Debilitated
Constitutions, and aie invaluable in all Com
plaints incidental to Females of all ages.
is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Had
Hieasts, Old Wounds Sores and Ulcers. For
Suic Throats, Uroncliitis Coughs, Colds,
(join, Rheumatism, Glandular Swellings, and
all Skin Diseases it has no equal.
Manufactured only at rrofessorlloLLOWAV's
?S, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON,
Late 533, O.xt- ird Street,
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street., - - - Honolialia, H. I.
ib :e BHLERS &d CO.
Attractions in Elegant
fapancsc Sill: and Crepes, at vcr; low prices.
IE-sP5" Glove and fund kerchief
J, oxen, Ihlln, Etc., Etc., all
Ladies' and Jfisses' Tailor-made Jackets, from
Beaded Silk, Black Capes, al iour own price.
"33F Fans, Jfosiery and Handkerchiefs in yrcat variety.
ZW Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARE. .3
Christmas & New
vy-iNNi:i: ,t uo,
Uaiv NOVELTIES for the
.Y Itieh Gifts for
1I.RI.ST.MAS JEWELRY. 0
NOTHING LIKE. IT IN TOWN
TIio Old Stand,
"W12XXER & CO.,
Importing and Maiiufaeturinj,' Jeweler",
Closing Out Sale
Toys, with or without Meehaiii-m,
Doll-, FhiKS, Albums, Satchel-,
l'ur-e-, Vn-e-., Statue
llrone Ware, Moee.i Cup-,
Opera and Spy Gla e-, (warranted lir-t
Minor;,, Frame-, llracket-,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Funs, (oxtra lints);
Carpets and Rupt, (jill msm-);
Etc., Etc., Ete.
Eaeh 1'iece marked with CASH
DISCOUNT on Lurgor tu-h I'ur-
EVERYIK'DY invited to an In-
H. W. SCHMIDT &
TT1 I w
I Vftf ftNlliD'V -'- Illfll'lTlflVV
IvlUlUUUJ i 1111111111111
,.,.,.. . ,
l,N(l I UI-I--1 .
10.M-tl It'dl Accoiiiiiiodalioin. for Patients,
No Risk in Throning iloric.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
Villi HIS Mil il:,M.ia.
V. 0. l!ox l(
Goods for the Holidays!
Jhxcs, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
.sold rcynrdlaut of cost.
To Lot or Lon.Be.
i'il Mim-e near town.
Enquire at IIim.i.rtin Olllee.
rpWO NIOELY FUR-
trnlly loeatod. Inquire nt
Dui.i.ktin Olllee. 353-tf
HOUSE ON KINAl',
near Fon-aenlu Mreet.
k. u. hi;mky,
I07-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'k store.
! "VI KW HOUSE OF FIVE
-L room-, on Mauaxiue
-treetj with Bathroom, pat
ent W. O.. ete. Cuuiiiiiiiids
oneuf the. linest view.- in Honolulu. Aiiiilv
to ( 177-tf ) J. M. VIVAS.
NICE COTTAGE ON
llcreiiinia street, near
l'iikoi street, eontniuiiig
l'ailor, 1 llcdrooms, llath-
room, Diningrooiii, l'nntry
Servant's room, Carriage Hou-e,Stnhle.etc.
Trameiiis pa-s every -Jo minutes. Apply nt
ollleo of thih paper. 158-tf
containing Two Itedroom.s.
rarlor, Diuiiigrootii, Kitchen ami ltnth
rooin; nl-o Stable-, Carriage House and
Servants' I'unrters; rea-onalilo rent. Aii
l'lj to J. F. HOWLER.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
ffitua Fire Insurance Co,,
Union Insurance Co.,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
Can be found, as usual, at bis re-iduncu,
Alakea street, ntixt to hntlsli Club, or liv
mtissago at O. E. Williams' store, Fort
All work guaranteed and
1 time. Prompt attcntioi
M'couil time. Prompt attention to nil
orders, Tiini'd tho I'iano for concert ot
.Miislu, the celebrated violinist. CUMin
FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HATH I NO
Uosiirt at Wiilklki. Trmiiunn iiass
i:ato. Hoeeial arrnnei'iinitii- k,,,, lu.
imidit for l'liinllv i'ienlcs ami Evunlii.
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For Local Xcws
77ui Ihilly Hultttin U ilrllrimlbu
'SStbr Ar M iwuti per muaj,