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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1803.
Tursnv, A pi II 1.
Am bktne Planter, Dow, IS dajs from fcau
Am 4-in sulir Olga, fioin Newcastle, N H Y
Tui snw, April I.
Am brigtno AV G Iiwin, JlcOullocdi, for
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p 111
Stnir Kilauea Hou for l'niiiiliau, Kukaiau
Stmr Lehua for Hakalau, Hoiiomu, Nun
and Olow.ilu Ip 111
Stmr Kanla for Waianao, Wai.ilua, Moku-
Ioia, Kahuku and Punaluu.
Stmr AV G Hall for JInui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Pelo forlak.iweli
LOOAli AND OENEBAL NEWS.
TI10 S. S. Mariposa mny be along
fi 0111 1 ho Colonic to-morrow moiling.
Iho wiostlinj tournament will bo
contjuued tit tho boatliotiso thii
Aloha Court, I. O. P., will moot nt
Pythian Hall, Port sheet, at 7:'M
o'clock this ovoning.
Harry C. Spear, a druggist, arrived
by tho barkontino Planter tins morn
ing from San Frattcisuo.
Among tho preliminaries to tho
wrestling tournament this evening
will bo a boxing match.
Clias, J. Power, a member of the
Australian bai, vwis a passenger by
tho bark .Mauna Alujesteidny from
Tho easo of William Wilson,
charged with tho larceny of twenty
.soyon watches, s ill come up in the
District Court to-morrow morning.
Tho schooner Moiwahiuo and the
yacht Holeno hao gone on the Ma
rino Railway. On Thursday tho
steamer Kinau will be hauled out of
David Kelcahuna, who has been
attending the Hampton Institute
under Gen. Armstrong, returned by
tho last S. S. Australia to his native
home. Ho loft on tho steamer W.
G. Hall to-day for Kona, Hawaii.
Two Chinamen, Ah Lam and Ah
Fat, xero ontonecd to pay lines of
So each on a chaigo of a ill ay in tho
District Court this morning. Fines
of $10 each ioio impo-ed on five
othor Mongolians foi iolating gam
A trunk is as indispensable to a
traelorasto an elephant. Every
body who can got away is going to
tho Weald's Fair. The Temple of
Fashion is giving a great oppoitun
ity to got trunks ami alise at as
tonishing bargains. Don't miss the
Tho Hawaii Ponoi Dramatic Com
pany will appear on Saturday night
at the Opera House in another hi
toiical play "Lady of tho Twilight.''
Pictures of the piiucipal momheis
of the company 111 costume aio on
exhibition 111 M. Mclueiny's window
and at L. J. Loey's auction 100111.
Soap is one of tho essentials of
cleanliness, tho piovcthial not door
neighbor to godliness.. The Hawai
ian Soap Woiks Co. hao taken the
lead in soap for domestic purposes
witli thoii homo lnauufacliiie. Jf
you have not yet become acquainted
Willi its xootl (uialities, lose 110 time
, per W U Irwin, April
Kor San Krancico,
1 J V Jennings.
From San Francisco, per bk Mauna Ala,
April i Clias J Power.
From San Francisco, per bktne Planter,
April 4 Harry U Spear, Alfred lluok, and
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr AY G
Hall, April 4 For tbo Volcano: Clias H
Hill and bride. For way ports: Mrs .1
Kmmcluth and child, Miss Puuhau, AD
llrettoville, J A Magoon, J Crowder and
wife, M133 Grccmvcll, J McDougall, and 27
Vessols in Port.
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
U S F S Mohkan from ban Fraiius-io
U S S Boston, Wiltsc, front Hilo
Am 4-masted schr Hobt Searles, Peltz,
from Newcastle, N S V
Am bk Coylon, Calliouu, from San Fran
cisco Gerbk H Hnckfold, Hilgerloh, fioin Liver
pool. Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia.
' Foreign Vessels Expected.
U S S Hanger, from San Francisco
USB Adams, fiom Sail Francisco
HUMS Hyacmtlie from Lsiiuiiiiult
HUMS Hoyul Arthur from Kiigland
HUMS Tenieraiie fiom Kngland
Am bktne Irmgard from ban Francisco duo
Am bktno Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco, duo March 21
Am Alice Cooke fiom Newcastle, N S V,
due March 25
Am 4-masttd schr Lyman D Foster, Diver,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-niasted schr Puritan, Warnei, fiom
New utstle, N S W
Am I-111 King Owns, fiom Newcastle, N b
Am 4-in bktno V II Hume, from New
castle, N S W, April 25-.SU
Dr bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, Nfe
V, April 25-.?
Bk Lamorna, fiom Newcastle, N S V,
Ilk Amy Turner, fiom Hostou, due Mav
Ur whip Honolulu from Newcastle, V S V
Gci bkt Amelia from Port Tow lisond
Mr. Chas. H. Hill and Miss Mc
Laien wore united in ni.iriiage this
morning, at tho lesidcnco of tho
bride's father, Fort stieot. Tho
nowly mairied couple left on tho
steamer W. G. Hall at 10 o'clock for
a honeymoon trip to tho Volcano.
A number of fiiends woie pio-ont to
speed tho happy couple, handfulls
of lico boiug thrown at them.
Tho annual mooting of the second
congregation of St. Audtow's Cat he
dial will bo hold in tho Sunday
school room not Thuisday oening
at 7:30 o'clock. Aflor the mooting
a program of social and instru
mental music will be ron dored, fol
lowed by lefioalimcnts. Eery mem
ber of tho congregation 'is expected
to bo present along with their
Heu Gallagher, diner of Engine
Co. No. 2, shamefully kicked a Bul
letin cairier yestoiday evening un
der tho jaw, creating a deep gash
from which blood llowcd. Tho boy
was going home after deliveiing his
papers when, in front of the engine
house, ho was knocked down by the
diivor, and while on tho ground was
kicked. Gallagher was arrested this
The steamer Kinau will bo duo from
Maui and Hawaii to-morrow morning.
Tho whaling steamer Jeanettu, Captain
D. W. Newth, is IjIiib outside. Her mani
fest contains tho following: ."its. alcohol
(25 gals, each), Its. whiskey 1 15 gal.), 2cs.
gin, and 2ea. biandy on ship's account.
The briguntimi W. O. Iiwin, J. L Mo
Culloch. left this afternoon tor ban Finu
cIslo with the following ctugo: 8702 bags
sugar, shipped by V. U. Irwin it Co.; lul
bags sugar, Wililei'i b b. (Jo. Weight
01 cargo, l,10i,3Jl lbs.; domestic value,
Tho many cases of rheumatism
cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm
during tho past few months hao
given tho people great confidence
m its curative properties, and have
shown that there is one piopaiation
that can bo depended upon for that
painful and aggravating disease,
Honakor Bros., Lorain; Ohio, say:
"Mr. Mosos Pi ice, of this place, was
troubled with lhoumatisni for a long
tinio. Chamberlain's Pain Balm has
cured him, Ho says that tho Balm
has 110 equal," For bale by all deal
ers. Bonbon, Smith A: Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Koalii, an eldeily native, who
claims to bo a doscondant of the
Kainohainohas, held tho fort on the
steamer W. G. Hall this morning,
speaking in faor of a lepiiblic.
While ho was spouting a native lad
went up and imietly pinned a Ha
waiian flag badge on his cst. The
lad's little trick cieated roars of
1 1.4.... i . 1... 1! .1. . i
luuiiiui. iic 1110 111110 mo speaker
was saying anything but pleasant
things against the late King.
Tho captain of tho whaling bhip
James Arnold has at lal succeeded
in shipping a eiew of Hawaiian.
Among the number is Allan Sw in
ton, who has been employed in Al
len & Robinson's coasting licet of
schooners for some yeaib, and a few
of the boalboy.s. Tho 111011 were
lowed out to the ship this morning,
waving an adieu to tho people on
shoio and giving them their aloha.
One follow ciied out, "Wo would
wither go Noith and dio there than
live, in Hawaii under another Hag."
fu a window of tho Hawaiian
News Co. appoarb a photo of a scene
which occuircd yeais ago. when mid
shipman Beiesfoid (now Loid Beies
foru) and a shipmate rostoied tho
American coat-ot-arins oor the gale
of tho IT. S. Legation. They weio
supposed to hnui torn it down pre
viously fm a link and Hie American
leprc.seiitatno demanded its restoia
tiou of tho captain of the Biitisli
man-of-war. 11 is repotted as tian
bpiring afterward that the budding
loid was innocent, but tool; the
hlnmo 011 himsell to shield a com
tade with less iiilliience of biith to
Decisions in Two Courts -Tho Man- ' Tho
daraus Case. j
The Supreme Court has rendered
a unanimous decision, by Judge
Whiting, who substituted Justice
Frear, disqualified fiom having been
of counsel, in the case of Joseph Xa
walii and Emma, his wife, vs. James
K. Kekauhi. It is 011 an appeal by
plaintiffs from a deciee in equity up
on tho decision of Chief Justice
Judd. The plaintiff's bill claimed
an accounting fiom the dofeudant,
mortgagee under a moitgago givon
by plaintiils, and an injunction to
enjoin tho sale of the mortgaged
piopoity until the account is set
tled. A full accounting was had and,
upon the evidence adduced, tho
Chief Justice decieod tho sum of
SCi'i.") as the amount to be cieditcd
by defendant on the mortgage note,
and the accounting hauug been
made the dissolution of the injunc
tion necessarily followed. Tho ap
pellants do not claim any eiror in
law, but practically re-aiguo the
merits of tho case upon tho evidence.
Nothing having been pioduecd to
show why tho deciee should not
stand, the Couil finds for the defen
dant and maintains the deciee. S.
K. Kano for plaint ill's; Thurston &
From for defendant. !
A unanimous decision of tho Su- j
promo Couit by Justice Fiear has
been tiled in tho case of A. M. Mel- j
lis vs. A. K. Kiinuiakea. This ac
tion was begun in the Police Coiut
on October IN, JS'12, and is founded
on a judgment in the saino court on
Jan. 0, IWsii. The defendant plead
ed the statute of limitations, Tho
plaintill tolled on a new pioniise to
take the case out of the statute.
Judgment was leudoied for the do
feudant and on appeal was atlirmed
by Justice Bickeiton in chambers.
It was held by tho Justice that the
plaiutitl had railed to pioo, by a
piepondeiance ol evidence, a new
pioniise sullieienl to icho tho judg
ment. Fioin this decision the plain
till appealed to the full Court on
the gioiiud that it was contiary to
the law and tho evidence. By tho
Act of l.Hs'O the plniutili. having been
defeated in the Police Couil and ap
pealed to a Justice of the Siipieme
Couit, is allowed no fuitherappc.il
on any question oT fact. It is de
cided now that "the finding that
was made is in tno uaiiite ol a gen
eral voidiet, and cannot be reviewed
except so Jar as to see whether theio
was e idouco to siippoit it.'' The
Couit finds tint, in the matter of
two alleged pioinises by defendant
to pay the account, th'eie was in
each case only one witness on either
side. Theieloie it finds that theio
was evidence to sustain tho finding
that the plaintill laded to piove, by
a piepondeiance of evidence, a pio
niise siiilicieut to revive the judg
ment. Judgment alliinied with
costs. J. A. Magoon for plaintill;
C. W. Ashloul for defendant.
Judge Whiting has filed a deci
sion in tho inatlei of the estate of
Kcmi Kuhiau, deceased. A motion
was filed by counsel that an allow
ance be made fiom the funds in
Couit for the siippoit ol the minor
and also for the use of the widow
Angelina, and Keonica, devisee un
der tho will, iSJUO for use of the
w idovv and Js.'!(H) for the heirs. Part
of the estate Horn which tho fund is
doiived is a piece of land on Eininn
street, lately paititioned in the .suit
at Ay lett and Kuhiau (tho testator)
vs. Keaweainalii, half of the jtro
ceeds of which (Sliriti.O.'l) belong to
Kuhiau's heirs. Tho Couit lecounts
tho piovisions of the will, and allots
i".")0 as counsel fee to Mr. Kane, who
acted for Mi. Thurston in his ab
sence. It allows Kaoniea to diavv
.s',300, as theio would be enough left
for tho settlement of the estate so
far as her shaie would bo liable. As
tho minor is not entitled dining the
life of tho widow, tho Couit can
allow nothing for him. Tho widow
being only entitled to tho life estate
in the one-half of the fund, no
allowance can bo made to her. She
is entitled to one-hall tents, etc., in
the real estate named.
An appeal has been perfected by
Ah Hum from the decision of Judtte
Hawaiian Turj-of-Wnr Team
Meets Its Waterloo.
The champion Hawaiian tugof
war team, with the exception of one
man, was defeated yesterday U oil
ing at tho armory by the sturdy sons
of Portugal. Tne hall was fairly
crowded at 8 o'clock, but tho man
agement doomed it proper to post
pone the tug until 8:30 o'clock, as it
was believed it would end in short
order in favor of tho redoubtable
Hawaiian team. t Owing to tho
absouco of tho ollicors new ones had
to bo appointed. C. W. Maeiarlano
took tho position of roforeo and
starter, and J. H. Wodohouse, Jr.,
and W. II. O. Groig acted as judges.
At 8:25 o'clock tho Portuguese team
canto out on tho platform, followed
a low niintiies later uy tuo Hawai
ian. Both teams lay on tho rope,
and tho Hawaiians wore a confidont
lools, while on thuir opponents' foat
uies was stamped determination. It
was noticed that Portugal had en
tered some "dark horses," and' thoy
seemed to take naturally to tho lay
of the rope. Promptly at 8:31 o'clock
Clarence popped tho woasol and tho
pull began in earnest. Hawaii
thought to tako its opponents by
surprise, and two minutes from tho
1 start tho ribbon hung at tho l) inch
notch in its favor. Tlio natives bo
I gan a dotei mined pull, but tho rope
I would not bttdgo any farther, and
then tho Hawaiians realized thoy
I had undertaken a real task. At
8:3.") Poitugal snaked tho hump into
Miguel touitoiy and two minutes
later thoy gained 1 foot. The rope
moved backwaid and forward at
this point for some time, until, at
8:1" o'clock, after fourteen minutes'
pulling Portugal hold the load at
the 2-foot notch. Tho sturdy sons
of Kameliameha made soveral grand
ell'orts to legain lost ground, but it
was in vain. They did not pull to
gether and were chiding oacli other
with not pulling at the proper time.
When Hie second stroke's hands gave
out the stioke also lost hope, and
inch by inch tho Miguels won. At
'.1:03 o'clock the pistol cracked a
victory for Portugal. Time, 32
minutes. The cheering was deafen
ing, and Portugal's admirers jumped
on tho plat foi 111 and shook hands
and canied tho victors off. Two of
the Portuguese weio badly used up,
the anchor having to bo cariied to
tho diessing room and later home.
Theio was no mistake, tho Portu
guese pulled well together.
The Portuguese win the cham
pionship and tho.125 prize, Hawai
ians second place and jT0 prize.
Aftei the excitement subsided
.sovoial interesting wiestling bouts,
catoh-as-catch-ean rides, were wit
nessed between Japanese contest
ants. liATEST ORDER.
Tho Polic3 Station to bo Run as a
Captain H. Juon infoimed a Bcl
lutin lopiosontatho at noon to-day
that the latest oideis they nvohod
wero to tho otlect that no one was
to bo allowed in tho Police Station
without pet mission from tho Deputy
Marshal. Deputy Maishal Brovvii
was seen and he slated that there
had been too many people hanging
around tho Station in former clays,
and the Police Station had not been
11111 as a Station.
Mr. Brown was asked whether tho
exclusion included lepiosentatives
of tho press, and he stated that
if reporters had special business
thoy would bo allowed access. Ho
had leeched the order from head
quartois and was not in a position
to give a standing permission to re
porter. Only officers henceforth
are to bo allovved inside the Station
FIRE ON SHIPBOARD.
Spontaneous Combustion of a Chemic
al on. tho Steamer Mikahala.
Between 10 and 11 o'clock this
morning nn alarm was rung for a fire
on tho city front. The fire depart
ment promptly turned out. The ltro
was on the t earner Mikahala lyitig
at the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co.'s wharf, among some bags of ni
trate of soda stored on (he forward
deck. The stuff, which is used as
fertilizer on p'.intations, was shipped
by H. Haekfeld ix, Co., and was stor
ed on boatd tnis morning foi trans
portation to K-iiiai. Captain Clianoy
gave special instinct ions to place
boards underneath the chemical and
to cover the shipment with tarpaulin.
litis was intended as a piecaution
against lire, as tho bags wero as dry
Sparks of fire on the bags wore
noticed by one of the sailors and
when the ahum was given tho lot
was ablaze on one side. The donkey
engine on the whaif was got to work
and a stream of sea vvatoi tun turned
on. Some of the bags which had not
yot boon reached by the I'uo wore
thrown overboard, and after a few
minutes' woik tho firo was extin
guished. The blazo began to windward and
stalled underneath, so that the only
theory as to tho cause is spontane
ous combustion. It was by some
thought that sparks from tho don
key engine caused tho bags to catch
lire, but it was provod not so. A
sailor thought at first that it was
caused by someone smoking a cigar
otto. Yestorday afternoon some bags of
tho saute material caught firo on tho
wharf, and was put out with buckets
Tho deck of tho steamer was
scorched iu places. As soon as tho
alarm was given boat-loads of men
from the U. S. cruiser Boston headed
for the wharf to ronder assistance.
Fine .'.Easter .'.Millinery
3STO-W OFB3ST .A.T
N. S. .SACHS'
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
ALSO A riNF. AbsOUTMHNT OF
Sumoau Troupo Expected.
By tho Matiposa due to-morrow,
Wednesday, it is expected that a
troupo of twenty-five Samoaii 111011
and women will pass through on
their way to tho Chicago exhibition
in chaigo of H. J. Moors of Apia,
who has contiol of the Samoaii ex
hibit. If tho time serves a Samoaii
siva dance will be given at the Opera
House, due notice of which will bo
given. Tho siva danco of Samoa,
while semi-barbaric in character, has
nothing in its poiformanco to offend
tho most lefiued feeling, but is in
toresting as an exhibit of a brave
and noble lacoof Polynesians.
New Spring Dress Materials !
NF.W l-IGHtni) MUSLINS, OHGANDU'.b A CHAM11U1CS,
NKW FKLNCJI ALL-WOOL CHAILLKS, dark ground cllects;
WHITi: A PniNTlU) LISKN A HtlSlI LAWNS,
NKW COTTON PONGLLS .t COTTON OuAPES,
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
wi: h.wi: Tin: vbky latj:bt in
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings!
ALSO A NEW LOT OF THK
Adeline Black Stockings
Absolutely Fast Color and will not Crock they are pronounced
20 lbs. m
1 9 '
will tell you
it ia the
of 18Sli foi
A dospatch states that "for tho
past two weeks tlioro have boon fio
quoiit eruptions iu vatious patts of
loitowstouo Park, near the Giant
,1 ru. . i
aim uiuuiuHS Kovsora
and also near
tho groat Castle
. r,"1.1 IU).t,,.i" 1,llt jiiukknlfo
Adolph fejohnm,a Maiquotto Swede,
has constructed the frame of a clock
representing an ancient castlo. Ho
used variottH kiuds of wood, and
worked on tho job for two yearn.
GREAT OPIUM THEFT.
Two Hundred Tins Stolon from tho
Station Strong Room.
Vostordav tjio discovery was made
that 2011 tins of Hongkong opium
had been stolen from the strong
mom of the Police Station. The
lock on the door had been broken
off and another one substituted.
Thi fact was discovered, aim the
lobbeiy, b C. 15. lenold, agent of
the lloaid of Health, depositor of
the seized opium, when lie ttiod to
open tho door to got some guns out
of the room for tho authorities,
ing him liable to
the Gaining Act
taming a lot ton.
In the case of Kalme, a deceased
depositor in the Postal Savings
Bank, Judge biting has undei an
Act of last session awauled a sum of
money less than $100, shaie and
shaie alike, between Kaluaaliini and
Kalua, sistoi.s ol deceased.
In the equity suit of Gum King
n. Kaluua and otheis, Messrs. Kau
lia and Kaueakiia, couu-el for de
fendants, have filed a motion thai
the injunction issued be dissolved,
and Judge Whiting has appointed
Monday, Kith uist., for a heating.
J. M. Davidson, counsel "for de
fendant in Pun Geo v.s. Loo Choc,
has filed a bond, intending to ap
peal fiom the decision of the Dis
tiict Couit iu favoi ol plaintill on
Tho mandamus ca-e, iu which
Magistrate .1. H. S. Kaleo is required
to show cause for not coilifying up
I ho appeal of beieno from convic
tion for soiling liquor
was aigueil and submitted before
the Supioino Couit this inoining.
C. Cieighiou fm the petitioner; At-tonioy-Goiiuial
Smith foi tespoii
doiit. Judge Coojiei heaid the accounts
of .1. M. Dowsott, executor of the es
tate ol II. M. btillmau, this mm mug,
They show lcceipts of WOl), 1 ." and
oxpoin-os of $.".')(.". An inventory
was also filed showing piopoity
valued at about ll,tKK). The invest
ments amount to j.V(X). Tito ac
counts weio allowed.
This afternoon the appeal of do
Joiidnuls in J. S. Walker vs. A. I'.
'Poteison and otheis the lilolonown
papoi business -is being aigued be
loie the full bench of the Siipieme
Couit. C. Biown for plaintiff; C.
Cieighiou for defendants.
Scottish Thistle Club.
At tho meeting of tho Scottish
Thistle Club last night, the sum of
.l75 was voted toienew subsciiptions
lor newspapers and periodicals for
the ensuing year. Mi. K. Laing pio
sented tho club with a handsome
coloied picture of Floia McDonald's
introduction to Prince Charles Ed
waul. The poet lam cite having re
signed, a candidate foi the position
got oil the following impromptu
parody on "Banuockbuin":
H ots u ha ha'o on o.itini il fed,
hcots vvliiini Ltndsav'saflcii led.
You'll) welcome to the giud things sui(l(
Anil tho song that Ming.
Noo's the day and noo's tlm hour,
U hen wo banish all that - -our,
Anil give to joy full swiii and power,
Wi'.ill our Htiongth o' lung.
In ooi ioiiy room so null,
L.ii'h Monday evening vvhuu we meet,
Wul.inilh will (itch itlu'i giett,
Wi' friendly word to hpeer.
Ma.v we ihegithei alwin stand,
In imuiiuii ii' oor auoit ut laud;
While wuiirii on this fuielgn Kliiuid,
We'll Im'o guid siuttish cheer.
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dorses llood'8 Sarsaparllla.
We are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass.:
" I sco no reason why a clergj mm, tnoro than
a lajman, who know 3 whereof lio speaks,
should hesitate to approvo an
Article of Merit
and worth, from which ho or hli family have
been biHiially benefltcit, ami wlioso commenda
tion miy servo to oxtend thoso boneflts to
others by increasing their conililcnco. My wlto
has for many jears boon a suflerer from severo
for which iho found llttlo help. Sho hai tried
many things tint promised well hut per
formed llttlo. Last fall nfiicnd gi o her a bot
tlo of Hood's h irsaparllli. It socms stu pris
ing what simply ono bottle could and ilia do
for her. Tlio attacks of heailaelio decreased In
number and weio less violent In their Inten
sity, while her Rcneral health has been Im
proved. Her anpellte lias also been hottor.
l''rom our experleuco with
I havo no hesitation In endorsing it merlu."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'S PILLS nr tli best family citliarUt.
I entle oud offoctlre. Try n box. Price 2)0
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
Honolialia, H. I.
My wife was confined to her bed
foi ovoi two months with a ory so
veio attack ol tin uinatisin. We
could get nothing that would afford
her any relief, and .is a last resort
L'avo Chainbei lam's Pain Balm a
iinlawfulh, ' tiial. To out gtcat surprise bho be
gan to improve alu i the hrst appli
cation, anil by using it regularly she
was soon able to get up and attend
to house woik. Ii. II. Johnson, of
C. .1. Ivnutson A, Co., Kensington,
Minn, fit) cent bottles for sale by
all dealeis, Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents foi tho Hawaiian Islands.
A man iu Kansas has a dog called
Chtistoplior Columbus, and tho
iiumbei of its license is 1 11)2.
M. L. MINER, D. V. S
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
Ol'TICi:: I101T.L bTAJtLLS.
ISirOKTEK AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
0- ALWAYS ON HAND
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
Ctr- All Orders faithfully attended to.
joliuitod ami aeUod with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 372.
IlOril TELEPHONES 'J10-
-I. O. HOX '.XJ7
on in uuihh:
H to 10 v. m.;
tXf Umiih.m h
llurotaiihi strci t.
1:30 to :i:30 r. m.
THE 3STIL-VV YACHT
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
fpif 81 RIHG ST. 'i
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Sealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Orders Solicited.
G. J. Waller.
gnus out I
The uldi'sl iiilcsinu well in ICuriipo ,
ih found ut Lillet s, Fiance. Jioiu
its iiiuutli wuler litis lluwuil iiiiiutoi
liiite(ll fm "111 ,eiiirt.
1m 1 1 2(M) e;iih the paper fiom
wiucli li.mit til UfUxliiutl notes me
miiile Inn been iiiiuiufiiutiiied nt I
Liuerrttoltn in Iliunpaliire. l
With UiiiKlij, hiix OuK rraiiiu and biimu
I'lauMiit;, l.'uiior riwiud lliuiiihuiit.
.s.iili f.il ud
Imi it. I an bu in
ll.l.lt HollMl, A
U n flron;; I'uiufurtablu mi
lid ut I 111) lliialuiil
)'. 0. llux
L'iiAltLLS D. WALKEIt,
II. E. Will Ivor, at
IU'i;s to nutifj tlm iuhllo that lie hii rn-
uclvud 'in h H, ".MiuiDUiil" mi
Eli'gaut AhMirtnivnt of
cent) a month,
B. . EHLERS &; GO.
8B PORT STK.HJE3T.
AITEIt TAKJNcl STO0K AM. KINDS ..OK
Curtaius in . White, Cream and Colored !
At half tlm former roai.
"V"el-vet 8z Smyrna IR.-u.gs
In all ltv cifiitly rt'iliii-ril
Wooleu Goods in Plaiu, Striped & Plaids, Bolow Cost!
tm lu (net wu ullVr Iiniuoimo llaryalim In nil I)omrtmint. -
tW DreumaUna Under Uie Muugeuout ol MISS X, QLAUL JtX