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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 18'J3.
Thukmiyy, April U.
M S S
Mariposa, llavvvard, fiom the
Friday, April 7
R JI S B Alameda, Morse, (i days, is hours
Hi uiin from San FrimcKco
Stnir James Makee from Kauai
riunvY, April 24.
11.1 ward, for San
M S S Mariposa.
It M S S Alameda, Morse, for the Colonics
ltil hk Civ ill Luigi, Lietri, for San Fran
From Australia, ner 11 M S S Marino-:,
April 0 Honolulu: MisslIolland,JIrLaid
ley, Dr Holden, C.iptS.ivee, Sir Kenneth
dimming, Union Lutvwtz; 101 through
For San FraneNeo, per 11 M S S Jfari-
Joa, April 7 .1 Uartram, Miss Huillirun,
as Elliinmi, I LLand and wile, Oliver Orr,
J 11 Robins, 12 U Nettleton, wife and ehlld,
Master A Tinner, W T Jiingbluth, H C
Kuenli, YV Evans, W 1) Ilrotherton, J F
Carter. Ueo ltii-limds, OK r.ineiiek, EX
llollirook and wife, Win Hulluuok, .1 A
Parish and wife, Miss L A Drown.
Fiom S.111 rr.ineisco, per UMSSAU-'
meda, Apiil 7 V J Andei-011, J Ateherly,
Mrs Chas Uagwell, Win Sliaw JJowun,
Thos A llrauiian, Dr G Hull and wife, Miss
K Hull, Hon W 11 Castle, Will II Colo,
Miss H Coinwell, Mi A M Cutler, G b
Dyer, A Feek, wife and a ehildien, OS
Hulbert and wife, Ma. KnuiTmuii, II H II
Prineo Kawananukoa and "servant, .1 It
Kendall, Q Kunst, M LiUienstcin, Mis A
AV I.ongley, Hon G C Muefarlane, Hon
Paul Neumann and servant, Chas Nord
hoir, Miss NordholT, Hon Harold M Sewall,
J E Slaudeeker. G M Walsh, MKs K A
Volch, Harry S Hiek, and !) steerage. For
Apia: Miss Ilattie Vun Itipinid. For
Sjdnoy: O C Antonieski, Mrs Wm liooth
and 2 children, Miss Cattell. Wm Fell, Col
T 0 Mareean, wife and chihl, Mrs David
Mai tin aud .'! children, Chas lioeke, J H M
Kobertson, wife, Uchildiiui and maiil, Mrs
Williams. At Honolulu for Sydney: W
Vossols in Port.
J M S Xaniu'ii. Tnirn. fintii .Timim
U S F b Mohiuin fiom ban FituieiMo
U S S Boston, Wilt.se, f 10111 Hilo
Am 4-masted schr Itobt fceailos, Pelt,
fiom Newcastle, N b W
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
UBS Hanger, fiom San Fi.ineisLo
UBS Adams, fiom San Fruneiseo
H H M b Haeinthe from Gsiiulinalt
HUMS Hoyul Aithur fiom Gngliuul
H 1) M S.Temerairo fiom Giigliind
Am bktno Irmgaul from San Francisco due
Am bktno 1'lunter, Dow, from Ban Fiun-
ciseo, duo Maich 24
Am Alieo Cooke from Now castlo, N S W,
due March 25
Am I-111 asted sehr Lyman D Foster, Drxer,
from Newiastle, N S W
Am 4-nmstod schr Piiiitau, Wnrnor, fiom
Now castlo, N S AV
Am -i-m King Cyrus, fiom Newcustlo, N S
Ar, April o-fo
Am 1-111 hktno AV 11 Hume, from New
castle, N b W, April 2j-;jo
HrbkUainsboiough, fiom Newcastle, NS
AV, April .',)-,)
Hk Lamorim, fiom Newcastle, N B AV,
April 2V.-X) '
UkAiny Turner, from Hostou, duo May
Hr ship Honolulu fiom Newcastle, N S AV
Per bkt Amelia from FoHTowiisend
Tho S. S. Marljiosa carried the following
domestic export valued at $2(1,(11)2: filio
bags sugar, AV. G. Irwin a. Co; ihlia bun
ches banana-, 15 cases fruit, 201 bundles
gieon hides, ll bundles sheepskins, and 1
Tho Italian bark Cuv. di Iailgi, I.ietri,
master, sailed for San Fianciseo to-dav
with tho following cargo: T. II. Davies it
Co, 12,(U8 bags uug.ir: C. lliowor it Co, 7.JiM
bags sugar; F. A, bcliaofer it Co, 211't bags
sugar; Castle A Cooke, 1100 bagSHUgai.
Doiuestlo Milue, f 7U,oyi.Ul,
HAN HUMJISU) Mlirs.
SArrivals-Jlareh 21, bktno AV 11 Dl
iiiund, 17 days from Honolulu; Mnieli2i,
htlir Allen A., II d.in from Kiihuluij
March 20, bk 0 D JJijnnt, 10,' davs from
lionolulu; schr Anna, llldavs and echr
111 Hoiwlon, 17da.s, lioth irom Kahulul,
March Jb. U HB Alllmiui, IIW ilay fiom
Honoliilii; March ;;o, bilg J I biiit-ckoU,
i!i days from Kahulul.
l)niiirtuies-.March2(l, bk l.uihi, K11I111
11 March 20, JiUttio till,,, Honolulu.
HGNNINU In this city, April a, to the
wife of W, Heiiiitugot Kiilmku, u ton.
JJally Jtulbtln, 60 ctnlt u month,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. 111. Wont her
htzy, wind frosh northoast.
H. B. M. S. Hyacintho was to loavo
Vielotiii, 13. C, tor Honolulu on
Judgo Dondy of Oregon died
March 21. Ho visited, those islands
about three years ago."
Tho U. S. s7MIean7ccoived 14!)
packages of navnl stores by tho S. S.
Alameda, this morning.
Tho P. G. band will givo a concert
at tho Hawaiian IIol el this evening
commencing at 7:80 o'clock.
Per ilaripo-a -Cainarinos will
hue Apples and Onions from Auck
land, ami limes from Samoa.
Tho Duchess of Buckingham was
a through passenger on the S. S.
Mariposa yesterday evening.
Purser J. B. SutloTfoF the S. S.
Alameda has tho thanks of tho
Biillktin for late nows favors.
Tho S. S. Alameda will resume her
voyage to tho Colonios at 10 o'clock
this ovoning. Tho mail closos at 9
A Chinaman was sentenced to pay
a fiuo of SiiO in tho District Com t
this morning for having opium in
Tho only oxport by the S. S. Ala
meda this ovoning will bo 1 packago
of banana plants shipped by W. G.
Irwin & Co.
Tho S. S. Mariposa, which sailed
at 2 o'clock this morning, took a
mail consisting of 3003 lettors and
Seven cadets fiom the U. S. F.
Boston loft on tho S. S. Mariposa
this morning for final examination
Fifty now pieces of music anived
by tho S. S. Alameda to-day for the
Hawaiian National band through
tho Golden Rule Bazaar.
Captain Charles G. Nottago of
tho British army, who was hero at
tho revolution, will shoitly issue a
book. It will contain some "hot
stulT" about tho event.
Somo excellent photographs of
Princess Kaiulaui, taken in Boston,
which arrived by tho Alameda, are
to bo seen in the window of tho
photograph gallery of ,T. J. Wil
liams. E. R. Miles, formerly of Honolulu,
announces that lie has bought the
Palo Alto Stables in San Francisco.
Mr. Miles is tho man for anybody
hoie who wants to got a good hoio
on tho Coast.
Throo stowaways, Geo. Thompson,
Arthur Thomas and Goddard, weie
caught on tho S. S. Alameda this
morning. Mr. E. W. Holdsworth is
endeavoring to have them sent
through to the Colonies.
Tho S. S. Mariposa had a variety
of animals on board for San Fran
cisco and tho World's Fair. Thero
were kangaroos (all agia) parrots,
cockatoos, canaries, wallobies and
other species of animals and biids.
The S. S. Mariposa had sovon pas
sengers for Honolulu fiom the Colo
nies and and 201 in transit, a major
ity for the Wot Id's Fair, Chicago.
Some of the Honolulu people book
ed for the Coast woio unable to get
H. von Werthern, charged with
criminal libel, was called in tho Dis
trict Court this moining, and his
case was remanded until Tuesday
next. T. P. Machado, charged with
larceny, was also remanded to the
Two Australian book-mnkois were
thiough passengers on tho S. S.
Mariposa yestoiday evening. Among
their possessions aie two ,ouug kan
garoos that have been trained to
boxing. The animals will bo exhi
bited in America in spariiug bouts.
According to a San Francisco
paper, Commander W. H. Whiting,
of tho U. S. S. Alliance, previous to
leaving here, announced in the ward
room that ho was ongaged to be
married to Miss Etta Afong. His
fellow-otliceis were not sui prised in
Among tho Maiiposa's passongors
who legistoicd at the Hawaiian
Hotel last night were the Duchess
of Buckingham, London; Baron Lut-
wi, (jorniany; fcur Kenneth Uuui
ming, London; R. Bellou Snjer, K.
X., Commander Royal Navy Ri -servo
Brigade, Loudon. Baron Lut
witz and Comdr. Sayer stayed over
from tho steamer.
Francis L. G. Harden, tho contri
butor to the Liberal who was de
pot tod heuco 011 the British warship
Daphne after challenging the editor
of tho Holomua to light a duel, was,
aB previously leported, refused a
landing at Samoa by the chief of
police. Harden went on to Fiji, but
ho has been sent away fiom there
also, a subscription having been
made to help him out.
Miss Nellie von Gorichten, who
was horo some time ago as teacher
in niusio and dancing, was maiiied
toB. II. Smith, of West Ptescott,
Arizona, on March 7th, at the resi
dence of her mother, Airs, von
Gerichlon. Tho couple wore the
recipients of very many hnudsoiue
presents. One of these, worthy of
special mention, waro a magnificent
sot of silver was compo-ed of 112
pieces, in a plush lined oaken case.
Mr. and Mis. Smith expect to visit
Honolulu next year.
The more Cliainboi Iain's Cough
IfoinodA is used the better it is liked.
Wo know of 110 other loiuody that
always gives satisfaction. It is good
when vou first catch cold. It is
good whi'ii vou r cough is seated ami
your lung-, aie .soii. It is good in
an lu m I ol ,1 cough. Wu liaxo solil
twenty Iho dii'iui of it and every
bottle hris gin satisfaction. Kted
man A; Kiicdmau, diuggists, Minne
sota Lake, Minn. 50 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Bennon,
Smith fc Co., agents for tho Hawai
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fmxcisco, Match 81.
tyS. S. Alunieda.1
Tho President has sent the Senate
the following nominations:
Thomas F. Bavaid of Delaware,
to bo Embassador Etraordinary
aud Minister Plenipotentiary to
J. D. Porter of Tennessee, to be
J. A. MoKenzio of Kentucky, to be
Minister to Peru.
Lowis Baker of Minnesota, to bo
Minister to Nicaragua, Costa Rica
and San Salvador.
Pierce M. B. Young of Georgia,
to bo Minister to Guatomala and
Edwin Dun of Ohio, to bo Minis
ter to Japan.
Nowton P. Eustis of Louisiana, to
bo secretary ol Legation at Paris.
John M. Reynolds of Pennsylva
, IU IJU XLSlSLtkllL. Ol'UlUlitl III till)
t lft A-.rtr4t-rttt W a -il ta amr lft
Interior, vice Cyrus Bussey, resign
ed. Lauronco Maxwell Jr. of Ohio, to
be Solicitor-Geueial, vico Charles H.
John I. Hall of Geoigin, to bo As
sistant Attornoy-Gouoral, vice Goo.
H. Shields, resigned.
On tho list of nominations the
first in distinction, in his long pub
lic service aii't diplomatic experi
ence, is Thomas F. Bayard, and by
unanimous opinion it is declared fit
ting that ho should be first of the
Embassadors created by the last
Lowis Baker is the well-known
editor of the St. Paul Globe. He
has always been a warm supporter
of President Cleveland.
James A. McKeuzie of Kentucky
represented that State in the Forty
seventh Congress. At the Chicago
convention he bioke away from
Henry Watteioon's lead and by a
timely funny speech cariied a num
ber of his fellow-delegates from
Kentucky over to Cleveland.
James D. Porter, who is to suc
ceed Patrick Egan at Chile, is a
prominent Tennessee lawyer, and
under the pioxious Democratic ad
ministration was Assistant Secretaiy
of Stato. and irom 1S71 to 187!) was
Governor of Tennessee.
Pierce M. B. Younir was niaior-
general of cavalry in the Confcdm- j
ate army. 110 was educated at
West Point. Under Mr. Cleveland's
fonner adniinistiation ho was sent
to St. Potoisburgas Consul-Gonoral,
which position he soon resigned and
Edwin Dun, nominated Minister
to Japan, is a citizen of London,
Ohio, find a member of tho present
Seciotary of Stato Gresham sent
a letter to Minister Lincoln at
London, couched in tho most felicit
ous language, accepting, on behalf
of President Glovcland, Lincoln's
resignation, and announcing the ap
pointment and confirmation of Bay
aid as his successor.
President Cleveland, in answer to
a question as to what ho was going
to do with the slates Congressional
delegations aie fixing up about tho
distubution of local patronage, re
plied, "I am going to smash them." '
Senator Mitchell has made a legal
and constitutional aigument against
the repoit of the committee on
privileges and elections, which de
clares entitled to seats in the Senate
poisons appointed by the Governors
of Montana, Wushinj'ton and Wyo
ming. Among other things he said 1
that the seating of those persons '
would establish a piecedent that !
would result, inside of ton years, in I
having one-th'ud of the Senators
men who owed their seats to oxecu-
live appointment, aim it would in
flict a fatal stab to tho groat princi
ple of republican government.
Till. HAWAIIAN ounsnoN.
A Washington despatch of March
2'J contains the following item:
Tho possibility of a report fiom
Mr. Blount on the condition of the
Hawaiian Island has caused some
discussion as to whether tho Senate
might not be called together in May
or June to consider the new diatt of
an Hawaiian tieaty. The wo ik which
was cut out to day may keep the
Senate heio long enough for Mr.
Blount to rot 111 n to San Francisco
and submit his lepoit to tho Senate
for action boloio the present session
The committee appointed by the
Nebraska Legislatuio has reported
unanimously in favor of tho impeach
ment of Secretary of Stato Allen,
A t tornoy-Gouoral Hast ings and Com
missioner of Public Lands and Build
ings Humphrey. The commission
is composed of representative at
torneys from the Republican, De
mocratic and Independent paities,
cho-011 by party caucuses ol mem
bers of the Le-'islaturo. Impeach
ment proceedings will now be push-
Mr. Carlisle, Secretary of tho '
Treasury, announces that tho Gov- I
eminent intend to enfoice the Chi- 1
nose Exclusion Act. I
A sculling nice between Stanbury
and Teenier has been ananged to'
take place at St. Louis on May 8(1. '
A tvpovviiter company, with a
capital or 20,000,000, has been form-
ed and articles of incorporation filed
at Trenton, New Jeisoy. Among the
companies iutoiosted are the Re
mington, Yost, Hammond, Call- '
graph and American. I
'I he pie-iident of the roads drill
ing tho Western passenger Ai-socin-1
tion will meet in Chicago net week
toliuallv settle Wm Id's Fair rate-. II
is aboui determined that Kites will
be 2 2 10 cents pm mile. Fur excur
sions the miumiiI roads mux muko
their own 1 ite-. Hut no lecpois
will be attached to exclusion t ruins
and no baggage will be allowed be- ,
yoiul what paneohgoirt can cany.
Over 1,000,000 of rudoomod script
lias been rtolon in Arkansas. Gov-
eruor Fallback has sent a communi
cation, asking tho Legislature to
protect the public against the stolon
David Scauuell, tho vetuiau Chief
Engineer of the San Francisco Fire
Depart inout, died Mai eh 80, aged 73
years. Ho was a soldier of the
The Choctaw nation in Indian
Toiritory is divided into two hostile
forces and bloodshed is imminent.
It is hoped no United States citizens
will be involved in tho light. An
oH'ioial report sa3s both factions
Secretary Hoko Smith will give a
hearing to thoso iutoiosted 111 the
titnbor-cutting permits granted in
Montana by Secretary Noble. Mr.
Smith holds strongly to the opinion
thnt tho granting or permits to cut
large bodies of timber in the West is
against public interest.
William P. E. Brooks &, Co., deal
ers in furniture and carpets, Boston,
have assigned. Liabilities are $100,
000; assets, $50,000. Scarcity or
money and tho Atkinson failure aro
given as tho causes of the failuie.
Tho President is said to have inti
mated to a Tow Congressmen that lie
will call an extra session ol Congress
to dispose of tho tanlf question. It
will bogin either in September or
Col. Elliott F. Shepard, editor ol
the Now York Mail and Expics, is
dead. Ho was pailly noted Tor pub
lishing passages of Scriptuie in
every issuo or Ids paper.
Gen. E. Kirby Smith, prolessor or
mathematics in the Universitv or the
South, died at Sowaneo, Tennessee,
Match 2S. Ho was (i'J yoars ol ago
aud tho last or the full generals on
either side in tho war of secession.
General Smith was a graduate or
West Point. Ho solved in the Mex
ican war. On the secession or his
nativo State, Florida, ho resigned
his commission anil entured the
The King ol Siain has rejected i
Clench demands for delimitation of
lioundaiy along the Mekong Kivor.
MM. de Lessens, Blondin. and
Bailiuut have jointly been ordered
to repay to tho Panama Canal Com-paiij-
the sum of :17.",000 fiancs paid
to M. Baihaut and M. Brissons.
News has been lecoived that the
Administrator ol Gambia, "West At
rica, lniisted a Hag in Pachangtoun,
which is situatoil within the British
spheie. The French Governor haul
ed the tlag down.
H. B. M. S. Undaunted, under
command of Loul Charles Boresfoid,
went aground near Alovindiia but
was floated oil".
Prince Bismaiol: is said to be in a
critical condition. Ho wo'uld not
listen to his doctors' advice to re- I
move to a better climate, but insist- I
cd on icceiving his rrionds on the
1st of April, when he would bo 78
3 oars old.
In the House ol Commons, Mr. T.
B. Bolitho, member lor St. Ives, in
troduced the Sale or Intoicating
Liiiioia Bill, a ineasiiio creating Li
censing Boards, and allowing paj'
meut or compensation to publicans
for tho loss or licenses. Sir V. V.
Harcourt spoke in support or tho
measure, and his action in doing so
is taken to indicate that the Govern
ment intend to drop the Direct Veto
Premier Hibot and colleagues ol
the Fiench Cabinet have tendered
their resignations to President Car-
not. They were donated by thonar
iovv vote of 217 to 212, to retain tho
liquor-law amendment bill as a part
of tho budget. It is rumoted that
Do Velio, Minister or Foreign Affairs
in the Hibot Cabinet, will bo asked
l3- Piesident Carnot to lorin a Min
istry. OTHER LANDS.
A conflict between Ihail and
Paiugun .seems inevitable.
It Jia-j been diseovoied that tho
trust fund held by the Canadian
Government lor the Indians, ainount
ing to oor:?:i,0(X),00l, has been de
pleted over .?2W,000.
A despatch Honi Bogota says that
M. Mango, the agent lor the liqui
dator ot the Panama canal, has
round many obstacles in the way or
a prolongation or the concession
from a tho Colombian Government,
principally on account of the active
opposition of John T. Abbott, tho
United States Minister. It was only
through tho assistance of the Fiouch
Minister that Mango was able to se
cure the lengthening of the time un
til April 1 for his negotiations with
the Coveiumeiif. The icsiilt of tho
negotiations is expected to bo ravor
able to Franco.
sinvNoi; ni'isom: in sas domi.soo.
Fiouch naval ollicers anested tho
President ol San Domingo as he was
about to proceed to Monte Cristo, a
place on thoHominicnii and Haytian
borders. Tho cause of the arrest
i was the taking of StiJ.tXX) out of a
i French bank by the I'lesideitt. Tho
1 President had a lawsuit with somo
French icsidonts mvilving tho pay-
incut of money.
I Tho case was scut to a higher
court ior adjudication, but appar
ently thi delated too long to suit
I mo rresiiiont, so lie oiuereu out the i
I militia with instructions to seize
I whatever Fiouch gold they could
j The soldiei.s iiiocceded to the
I bank on March 1 1, tore down the
doors, blow open the vaults and
carried oil i2,lKK) in cash.
The Fiouch coiuiuuudor on the
cruisers was apprised ol the outrage
and sent an aimed foico ashore, who
capluiod the President as ho was
about to proceed to .Aloute Cristo.
The President was held in custody
ami vvoid sent to Fiance regaiding
theaH'air. Another French cruiser
is on the way to San Domingo City
with instructions, as to how the case
shall be disposed of,
The United States steamer Kear
sarg.) was in port at the time or the
souuio of the Piesident.
1'iuf. I1', hombaiit, A. B,, will con
tiuiin giving iustiuctiou in puvate
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Kouidouco, Alakea stieet,
near V. M. i". A.
vxnmUd (if the
nailly uml prumilly
Quick Rollof and Porfoct Curo
yuit. Virjv;.;.; r
Mr. 0. B. VatrUti
" I wm so badly afflicted with stlitlo rhoumft
tlsm that 1 could .scarrnlr trove. I used a great
many remedies w-lilch (lid me no roo.I. A friend
presented me a liottlt ot Hood's Kinurarllla,
which 1 began to take. Tho relict was quick
and two bottles rurod mcroRWilctely. I author.
Izo the use ot my luma and puilr.ilt la tecum
mcnJIni; IIood'4 Sirsap.ullla, for I IMnk It a
very valuable medicine. 1 recoini'iui.l it to all
who may bo afflicted with rheumatism or old
lurllhi I fever sores, as I know ul a l.nlj In Oakland who
lias been cured of ulcers by this wonderful med
icine." C. 15. PATitifK, No. SOB California St.,
Stockton, California. (let HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills act c.isll, vet promptly and
GfUcloutly, on the llur and bowel-. '-'Go.
PALO ALTO STABLES,
3SO O'lParrell St.,
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. F., Cal.
Ii:(l TO ANNOUVCK TO MY OLD
fiiends and i.itrtmi in the Islands that
I have iniroliT-ed the nliovu Stable nwl
intend to maintain its luinies.ike "Seennd
to None" Istvliiss. I.ivi rv OutlHs of every
description .ilsiion hand, l-or-ule: Matched
Spans, lioid and Draft Hoists guaranteed
as represented. Coirespondenre invited.
i:. It. MILKS.
')" tf Proprietor.
Series of Interesting Incidents In
Adapted for the Stage by llie Hwiaii Ponoi
Drvmviic Co., to be presented in Eng
lish by Native Ilawaiians on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8tii,
Will bo produced n Melo-drania in
Two Aett,, entitled;
"The Lady .z Twilight"
IsTew Oostu.rn.es I
JSTovw Songs I
A Musical Interlude by the Company:
Overtuie Hawaii. in Hand
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters, hv the Company.
CSf A Sel of Ite.illstiu Scenery has hi en
specially designed and painted" foi these
Prices as Usual 50c, 75c. & $1.00.
T'fi- llo l'litn open at I evej's where
Tickets can be had for nil par's of the
THE NEW "STAOKCT
With Dinghy, has Oak Kranio and Spruce
l'laukhig, Copper riveted throughout.
Sails fast and is a .strong eoinfoi table ea
boat. 'an be insiiectid at the lleiilatli
lto.it House. Apjily to
CHAHLLS 1). WALKKU,
I'. 0. llox
IW, or a. i:
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
Can be consulted at his residence at Keo
ueiila, on the niaiika side of King ami Lwa
i-ido of Lllilia mreet, louse formerly oci u
plod bj Mr. Geo. L. Desha.
Will Vaccinato from Pure
cine Matter i
tap- Oirii'i- lloinis:
and irom '.' to & v. m.
rroiu s to 10 a. i.
iMI'olirill AMI DhALKII IS
Ladles' aud Children's Duels, Shoes
Hun teiiiovod to Niiniiiiii street, "l'urtir'8
llloel,," opposite .Merchant Htreet.
iiubtarile Jar the Vaily llulUtin, 00
atinit per month.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu..
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children I
The Well-known P. D. Corsets axu
The C. P. and R. & G. Corsets
a rui.i, AS-
The R, & 6. Nursing Corsets, The R. & G. Summer Corsets.
Tho!) are Kxtrn Long AVaist and AVell 1'iUini;.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Are Comfortalilo and A'ery Light In AVolght.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
Tor Children, llest for Health, Comfort and AA'uar.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
comi: AND ski: OUlt
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Gents
A FINK ASSOUTMKNT OK
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
20 lbs. W
it is the
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best nuthorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
THOMAS LEnftUNO & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
HOLLISTEE, & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Krjonoltalii, H. I.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
tXf All Order faithfully utti nded lo.
solicited und packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Q-rooeries, Provisions and Feed.
Now (loods Received by Every Packet from thu EaHtern States and Kuropo. '
KREbll CALIFORNIA PRODUCE HV EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attmnb-d to and Goods delivered to any pint ot the City "free.
IhIiuuI Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blast Oornev TPovt. ho Kins StreetB.
IB. IF1. E3X3II1,EE,S &c CO.
09 FORT STRHEI1,
Al'TER TAKINO Srot'K ALL KINDS OK
Curtains in White, Cream aud Colored!
At half the former cost.
Velvet cSo Smyrna, IR.-u.ge
In all tdzee Kieally rcilucoil
Woolen Goods in Plaiu, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
W In fuel wu ollor Iinini'iiie lluruiini lu all Department. &
tar SreuBiaklug Uatlor (lie Kugoaont ol MIB & OLAJUL jg
Your doctor fuIIy wquostud
to call at
you Our Store and get a Fhkk
SAMIM.K of the
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
Batter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
fe.it isf.u tion iptiirantced. Island Order
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX H72.
-P. 0. IlOX 145.