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NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Omi'K ol tup IIomii m Emu tihn, J
llo.soi in it, Apiil (t, 1M1. )
At a mooting of tho Board of Education
licld April 3, 18'M, it wns decided that rea
sonable leave of alienee may be gruutid
on application to stieli Teachers as may
wish to visit tlio Woild's I'll I r at Chicago.
Teachers i"ust find suitable sub-dilutes
during tliclr absonee. Tlio time for tlie
Kegnlar Summor Vault ion will leiiiam
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspoctor-Gciural of SiliooK
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Kstablished for the lienefii of All.
TUESDAY, Al'KlL 11, 1803.
In reply to a'ehargo of inconsist
ency in this pnpur, tlio editor of the
Star denies that, as a correspondent
of a Chicago paper, ho was the
author of the comment ' attached to
Mr. Peterson's statement as pub
lished. Mr. Macfarlano nails down a false
report in tho Star of his remarks at
a reception to Prince Daud. As
Messrs. Seawall and Bow ou woio
guohts of tho occasion, tho Star cau
easily obtain impartial evidence to
help it out in a correction. ,
Councillor Emnieluth as press
censor and part pioprietor of a
newspaper is in a dual position that
would look ridiculous if it were not
that it is a violation of the first prin
ciple of justice. A judge should
above all else bo free from all cause
of bias. How else is it that interest
of a Justico of any couit in the land
disqualifies him from sitting on any
caso in which ho has such intorost?
Tho Provisional Goornrient will
consult tho pioprieties by putting
somebod olso in place of Mr.
Emnieluth on tho preps committee.
The Hawaiian Star in its issuo of
yesterday had the following:
"On Friday p. m., tho Daily Bul
letin stated that it had intelligence
that Mr. Blount had orders to re
place the deoosod Queen on the
throne; that whatever violent de
nials were made, its information was
correct; and that as its former in
telligence had pxaved reliable that
tho Aaierjcnn flag would be removed,
so would th'w last piove true.
"E. C. Macfarlano, just arrived,
did at a luau on tho same evening,
make loud proclamation to the same
effect, to the natives and otheis as
sembled." Tho above statement i, in so far
as I am concerned, an outrageous
lie, and that it is a lie can bo proved
by all the gentlemen present at the
luau, which was a welcomo party
got up for Prince Datttl by tho
Cjueou Dowager a perfectly natural
and ominontly Hawaiian social func
tion. I wish to state most distinctly
and emphatically that in replying
to the toast of 1113' health, I did not
allude at all to the restoration of
the Queen. .The only remarks which
I made touching the Hawaiian ques
tion woro these: that an issuo of fact
being raised by tho Queen's Envoy,
Mr. Neumann, President Cleveland
commissioned Mr. Blount to investi
gate tho matter and report, and that
whatever conclusions the Ameiicau
Government might arrive, at upon
tho report of Mr. Blount, I hoped
that the Hawaiian people would ac
cept tho situation in tho proper
spirit, even though it should lead to
annexation or n protectorate.
I leave it to the readois of tho
Star whether or not the language
quoted above is warranted.
E. C. Macfarlane.
Honolulu, April 11, lb!)3.
m m m
The Hawaiian Bar Visits Mr. Blount.
By appointment tho members of
the Hawaiian Bar h::d an inlerviovv
with United Stales Commissioner
Blount at 9 o'clock this morning.
Messrs. J. L. Kaulukou, Antone
Itosn and J. M. J'oepou wero tho
spokesmen. With them wore pre
sent Messrs. Jos. Nawahi, J. K. Knu
lia, S. K. Kane, J. K. Kahookauo, J.
K. Kaunamano, W. L. Holokahiki,
.1. Kanoa, Enoch Johnson, J. M. Ka
neakua and S. M. Kaaukai.
There was no politics in tho inter
view. Col. Blount questioned the
deputation regarding tho source-, of
their legal knowledge as to books,
etc., and tho rewards of the profes
sion in Hawaii. His own profession
was tho law, ho told them, but for
faomo years ho had been devoted
wholly to public duties as a Con
gressman. Mr. Poopoo informed tho Commis
sioner of his own editing of a trans
lation of Hawaiian Hoports. Tlio
deputation was delighted with Col.
Blount's suave and sympathetic man
ner. Tho interview lasted twenty
Rich, Bed Blood
As naturally results from taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla as perianal
cleanliness results fiom fieo use of
soap and water. This groat puri
fier thoroughly expels scrofula, salt
rheum and all other impurities and
builds up ovory organ of tho body.
Now is the time to take it.
J'rof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruct ion in private
und in classes; French, Spanish',
mid Latin. Residence, Alukoa street,
near Y. M. C. A.
ILATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fhvncisco, April 1.
H. S. S. Gaelic. 1
THE HAWAIIAN QUESTION.
.Sl'RMlSC THAT SEW ALL AND HOW EN
Tho Chronicle of April I gives
currency to a repoit that Untold M.
Sewall, evConsul-General to Samoa,
and William Shaw Bowon. tlio New
York newspaper man, who loft for
Honolulu by the Alameda, mo to re
pott to and join Col. James II.
blouut as his eo-coinmKsioiiors. Mr.
Bowon when questioned would
neither nllirin nor deny the leport.
The leport that Messis. Hem on
nnd Sewall were Government of
ficials, says the Chronicle, did not
leak out until a few minutes before
the Alameda cast off her lines and
left tho dock. An ollicial of the
steamship company, when asked
what ho know about these two pas
sengers, said that ho had good rea
son to boliovo that they wore going
to tho Hawaiian Islands on a mis
sion for this Government, but
whether they woro commissioners
who weio to join Colonel Blount in
his work he could not say. They
had received telegrams from Wash
ington, D. C, and ollicial letters be
fore leaving. Both Woro known to
be close to Cleveland's administia
tion. the chronicle on ulouxt.
The Chronicle of the -1th inst. has
the following editorial:
"Washington minor has it that
tho etra session of the Senate may
continue until Mr. Blount can have
time to return fiom hi- -neoial mis
sion to the Hawaiian Islands. This
theory is based on his hasty depar
tuio from this country, but going
away in a hurry is one thing and
coining back in a hurry is another.
"It should bo borne in mind that
Mr. Blouut is the Piesident's com
missioner, not tho Senate's. If the
Senate had felt the need of special
and exclusive information it would
piobably hao deputed a committee
fiom its own nuinhcl to go to Ha
waii and leport back to the Senate,
as is done in othei cases oT inquiry
and investigation. Blount is Fiosi
dent Cleveland's man, and lie will
piobably leinain in Hawaii long
enough to find out exactly what the
President wants to know, whatever
that maj- be.
"It is said that Blount's attitude
on international affairs when ho was
in tho recent Congress as chairman
of tho House Committee on Foreign
Affaiis indicates that ho will not fa
vor annexation, but this conjecture
rests 011 a very slim foundation. Ho
did not favor our taking part in the
Samoau controversy, and the mud
dle into which Sainoau affairs have
got justifies his judgment, but that
question bore no lelation to Ha
waiian annexation. Ho ceitainly ad
vocated the pursuing of a firm and
vigorous policy in the controversy
with Chile, and established his
Americanism by standing up against
his part' and upholding President
"The geuoial opinion is that if the
President had to send an executive
commissioner to Hawaii tho choice
of Blount was an excellent one. He
is a man of good sense and judg
ment and his opinion should bo on
titled to weight for that reason. It
will not bo m a 113 da3s beToio wo ro
ceive news of what ho is doing in
Hawaii and then some definite idea
can be formed, piobably, as to
whether he is going to rush back to
Washington or stay in the islands
long enough to acquaint himself
thoroughly with tho situation in all
its aspects and phases."
BATTLE in IOWA.
A terrific battle took place at
Jackson Junction, Iowa, est onlay,
between 0111 j)lo3ees of tho Chicago,
Milwaukee Ns St. Paul Railway and
a paity of mechanics and fanners.
Tho tailwny authorities tried to pre
vent the building of a waiehoiiso, as
they did not wish to make that a
shipping point. They sent 7. men
to lay rails on tho site of the ware
house. The firm projecting tho
warehouse musteied a crowd to re
sist the lailway men. A blood3 bat
tle took place, resulting in seven or
eight inon being toriihlj' injured,
one of w I10111 will die. Tho men bo
came vv ild and fought like demons
with crowbars, hainmeis, stones and
clubs. At tho Jiuish tho railway
hold tho field.
SUNDAV OI'EN'INO OF THE FAIR.
The last campaign regarding the
opening of the World's Fair on S1111
elay is now in progioss. An amend
ment to the World's Fair bill re
quired the diiectors to givo a bond
of ijoTO.SSO to guarantee that they
would meet the expenses of the
awards committee if allowed to
draw all the souvenir coins out ol
tho Philadelphia Mint. If they
failed to do this tho Secretary of the
Treasury was ordered to hold back
$-1.1 11,700 of tho half dollars, or an
amount equal to tho sum asked 1)3'
tlio awards committee. Tho direc
tors legal (1 this soi.uro of their
funds as releasing them from the
promise of closing the fair on Sun
flay. I1E10RM IN NEW YORK.
Joseph II. Chonto appealed in tho
oflico of tho Ma3'or of Now York, at
the head of a delegation of tho Re
form Club to prefer charges against
Tom Breuuaii, street cleaning com
missioner, and demand his removal
for incapacity. Brqninin is an ideal
Tammanv chieftain. Had Hill been
elected Piosidont, Tammany would
have laughed any investigation of
us methods or pin poses to scorn.
Iut behind the Cit3 Reform Club,
it is uiidointood, stands Cleveland,
and just now, with all his Now York
appointments to bo made, Cleveland
is a power in that section. .Mayor
Gilioy asked for delay in the investi
gation. Choato told him the slim
mer was nearly there, and, looking
at Broiiumi who was present, said,
"Wo must choose between Mr. Bren
nan and I ho cholera." Tho investi
gation will begin April l!i.
Tlio Kociiiiiiuiiix hired to l,ilnt
at tho World s Fair woro in Court
at Cltiratro under writ
t of habeas cor-1
pus. They said tnoy weio deprived
of their full civil liborty. O110 had
been kicked out of tho village and
was woiking for Buffalo lJill lit
Sl.iiO a day. Another was lockod up
in a house in the Esquimaux village
and two big guaids put on the door.
They said when they loft Labrador
they weio promised to bo fed 'well
and only have to wear seal skin
clothes half .1 (I113. Now they were
made to wear seal skins from 9 a. in.
to (I p, in., which 110 man could stand
in Chicago. The petitioners are
salmon and seal Ushers from Labia
dor, and were to bo paid for their
two3oai' sen ice with the World's
Fair Exposition Company r(X) New
foundland shillings, vvoith 20 cents
each ll(X)j and this for tho ontire
family. The caso was continued by
Judge McConuell, with tho under
standing that if the Esquimaux wore
interfeied with again they might
come into court without tho founal
ity of again petitioning.
IiOH'OTTS DIXLUIED ILLEGAL.
At Toledo, Ohio, yesterday, Judge
Ricks of tho Federal Court "deliver
ed a decision granting tho applica
tion of the Toledo, Ann Arbor and
North Michigan llail'oad to make
permanent his temporary injunction
issued against tho Lake Shoto and
Michigan Southern and other con
necting lines, on March 11th, re
stiaining them from refusing to ac
cept from or deliver freight to tho
Ann Arbor road on account of tho
boycott issued nuuinst the road by
Cliiefs Aithur and Sargeant of the
Brothei hoods of Locomotive Engin
eers and Fiiemen, which woro on
strike on that road. The decision
tinned on the arraignment for con
tempt of eight Lake Shore engineers
aud firemen who struck in prefer
ence to hauling Ann Arbor cars
turned over to the Lako Shore road.
Tho motion of the Ann Aibor
Railroad for a temporary injunction
against Chief Arthur to 1 est rain
him from issuing a bovcolt oidei
was next decided. This decision
w.is wiitteu by Judge Taft, but
was lend ly .ludgo hicks 111 ins
absence. It deelaios that tho tide
issued by Arthur is in direct eontia
vention of the intoistato commerce
law and is intended to induce the
omplo3oes of the defendant com
panies to violate that law and the
pievious older of the couit, and Ar
thur, with the others, is held to lie
conspiiing to that end. The deci
sion cites Rule 12 of the Brother
hood and holds that if it bo enforced
the members enter into a ciiminal
conspiracy against the country, and
their organization, in that case, be
comes illegal. The tcinpoinry in
junction piajeri for was allowed.
Bishop Kip of California isd3'ing.
New smelling vvoiks to cost over
a million dollars aio to bo elected
in San Fianoiseo.
Several buildings wero burned at
Point Aiena, Cal. Gus Graves was
killed in jumping from a hotel win
dow. Leonard Mason of Virginia has
discovoied a smokeless power be
lieved to bo the best vet.
The original drafts of the Declar
ation of Independence and tho con
stitution of the United States will
not be sont to the World's Fair.
Win. R. Shaw, the old and lespect
ed cashier of the Lincoln National
Bank at Bath, Maine, is under an est.
There is a shoitage of ?82,()00 in his
cash account, audit is supposed that
thero is upward of $10,000 more.
Gieat excitement prevails at Key
West, Florida, over the projected
departure of a ruvolutiouai3 expedi
tion for Cuba. Steam is up on the
revenue cutter McLano to givo pur
suit if tho expedition gots away. It
was expected that two other revenue
cutters would arrive at any hour.
Mark Twain arrived at Now York
from Europe jestoiday and register
ed at a hotel as "George Jonos, Gib
raltar." Ho was detected 1)3' a tele
gram ho sent, but would spare no
time to talk to reporters.
Ferdinand Ward, tho swindling
financier latel3' dtechaiged from Sing
Sing, is going to follow tho trade of
a job printer in Now York.
Two miles fiom Jonesboio, Aikan
sas, George Black, a respectable half
bieed, had his house attacked 1)3' a
pnity of whitecaps. When ho re
fused to open to them, thoy proceed
ed to batter down tho door. Black
shot the leader, who proved to bo
W. J. Metcalf, a prominent cition
of Jonesboro. Black was then shot
down by tho gang. Both men died.
Metcalf refused while dying to
divulge tho names of his confeder
ates. Tho cruiser Detroit started yestor-
ny from Baltimore, Md., for Nevv
poit, R. 1., for tho ollicial trip. The
Navy Department selected the course
in Narragansott bay for tho ellort.
The aveiago speed of seventeen
knots during tho run of four con
secutive hours at sea will have to bo
made to fulfill the terms of the con
tract. For every quarter of a knot
over seventeen the contractois will
bo paid S2."),00() premium. Tho build
ers are satisfied that a speed of at
least eighteen knots can be main
tained. Threo big steamers of tho United
States ami Brazil Mail Steamship
Company woro sold at auction in
Now Yoik and wont ver3' cheap.
Tlio Alliaiica wont at SSU.IXX) al
though worth a quarter of a million.
Tho Vigilauca, a now ship costing
half a million, was knocked down
for JjKl.OtX). Tho Advauca sold for
1)1, (XX). All were bid in by Ludlow
& Co. C. P. Huntington w.is 0110 of
the shareholders present. In an in
terview afterward he practically ad
mitted that tho steamers w ere bought
by a syndicate to continue jn the
same business, but under diffeieut
conditions and new management.,
ft is stated that tho late Squint
Abingdon Baird, who died at
Orleans, before leaving En
wrote a letter to Mrs, Laugl ry, say
ing ho had made a will giving her
hi entire estate, it Is estimated
that Mrs. Laugtry will got an an
nual income of from X 30,000 to
Balfour, the Coiifcorvativo leader
n tho llouso of Commons mid for-
i"orly Chief Seciolary for Ireland,
"nu rousing reception at Belfast
ou arriving 10 uonvor acxirossoa
against homo rule.
A vast concourse
greeted him and ho was cheored
loudly as ho made his appeal ance.
The people took tho houses out of
his caningo and eagerly sought the
honor of drawing tho vehicle t h rough
Ninety houses in Cloin-Poeehlnin,
on the Danube, vvoio but tied April
3. Fifteen dead bodies have been
removed from tho ruins and twelve
moro aro known to be under tho
mhos.( Ton others are missing.
Molino has failed to secure a full
Cabinet for France. Charles Dimity
is the latest to undortako the task.
UEniUNO SEA QUESTION.
Biitish journals aio commenting
on the fact that although tho United
States withdraw mistranslations of
Russian docunionts in the Behring
Sea caso, tho argument of tho United
States still remains based 011 tho
Tho British contention, tho Stand
ard says, is that when the. spurious
passages arc" expunged there does
not remain an atom of ovidenco sup
porting tho chief Ameiicau allega
tions. In closing tho Standard re
marks that it would perhaps bo
futile to ask whether ait3r losponsi
blo politician at Washington realty
thought this device could beguile
tho ropiesontativos of Great Britain.
The St. James Gazette says it does
not suspect tho United States Gov
ernment of conniving at tho con
cocted passages, and sa3s the Ameri
can people will ropudiato a trick so
dirty and so silty. Yet, adds the
Gazette, tho arguments founded on
these lorgones are uncanceled.
Mrs. Alexander Mackenzie, widow
of the ox-Pioniior of Canada, died
President llippolyte aud Cabinet
are taking complete measuies to sup
pioss the revolutionists. The Presi
dent has sont a protest to Piesident
Heureaux of Sail Domingo against
the action of that republic in aiding
Tho news is confirmed that Presi
dent Heureaux broke into t he French
bank in San Domingo City, taking a
huge sunt of 11101103'.
AN AMURR VN ADMIRAL SNUUDEO.
The United States ships Newark
and Bennington left Havana sud
denly on account of a snub to tho
Admiral fiom the Captain-General
of Cuba. After ai riving fiom across
the ocean as an escort to the Nina
and Pint a, modern models of tho an
cient caravels, tho Newark and
Bennington weio neglected l3' the
poit ollicials and anchoied without
direction in tho place reserved for
naval vessels. Salutes wore exchang
ed with Foit Cubanas and ships of
the Spanish fleet. Subsequently tho
Admiral went ashore ami called on
the Captaiii-Genctal. It was under
stood that tho Captain-General and
staff would rotuin tho visit at n p.m.
and olaboiate propagations wore
made for their reception on boaid
the Newark. At tl p.m. a messenger
came out to sa3r that tho Captain
Gcner.il would pay tho visit some
other da3'. Tho understanding at
Havana is that the Admiial com
municated at once with tho Secre
tai3' of tho Nav3'at Washington and
received orders by cable to -proceed
at once with tho vessels to Not folk.
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, man at Malden-on-
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is tvident that he has made up his
iniiad concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower iu my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in ray house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
limes suffers "veiy much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two. and all trounle is removed.'
qn: annual au:i:TiNfl or Tin:
intuitu rw fiT dill IltLUllilllll .Tni'liHV
Oluh will ho he-Id 011 JIONDAY, tlio 17th of
Aiiril, ut7:J0oiilock v. M.,ut tlio Huvwili.iii
lluliil. C. O. JtMlMJll,
(t'H (it Kcii't.u.v.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now anil KinojU Htoul btoaniBliip
1 Of tho I). mail!
Steamship Coimnny will
; lio ilun at lliniuiiilu, fiom b.ui
I on 01 llllOlll
Ami will luivc
Mulls mill rnsMMigorit for tlio uhuvu poits,
Thu 11111I1 rfincil mo new propnroil to lasue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
" l'ui fiinhor p.irtii'tiluid roc.iiillng
K11 ight (ji I'lutMigu uppl) tu
VM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Mil General ApiiU.
flnmfHintl Urmrlmntin Hn T 'fl
UdWfll IM tltU U W fil U OIL L U
Saturday, April S, ISOo.
Tin; re seems to be an idea
that Mr. Blount should call a
mass meeting in some con
venient corner of the" city and
tell the people what he knows
about the situation. It is
hardly probable that he will
take this step because it is
generally understood that he
doesn't know very much about
it but is here to find out. His
desire to "say nothing' but saw
wood" is beginning to wear on
the public at large. So far as
getting anything out of Mr.
Blount goes the newspaper
correspondents have given it
up, but to keep in practice so
as to be ready when the Com
missioner is they take turns in
interviewing the statue of Ka
mehameha in front of the Gov
When the form of govern
ment is settled (and the time
! is indefinite) the boom that
will follow the dull period is
sure to make up for the anx
ious fidgety hours the average
Honolulu man is now experi
encing. Every one who reads
the foreign papers remembers
the momentous question asked
in the United States during
Mr. Cleveland's first camp
aign, "What'h the matter with
Grover?" A majority of the
people replied, "He's all
right!" It's about the same
with Mr. Blount. Whatever
happens a majority of the peo
ple in Hawaii nei will say
"He's all right."
Knives and forks go hand
in hand with you and us. Our
assortment of table cutlery
and silver plated ware is look
ed upon by dealers as the
standard of excellence, and is
the base from which the sup
plies of the people in the
group are drawn fiom. As to
style we are the leaders.
As tc quality we know of
none better; the silverware
has a base of superior white
mutal upon which are four
layers of the best silver, they
haven't the ring of the solid
article but in appearance they
bear a close resemblance.
lhe table cutlery is simply
superb, if the term may be
applied to knives, and is
made to cut. The handles are
of the sort that retain their
color and stay on.
We have a few more sets
of the pretty red and white
table glassware, cut or en
graved as you wish; very ele
gant for the price, which we
have made low enough to suit
anyone. For sideboard deco
ration the pieces surpass any
thing we have ever imported
except perhaps the genuine
By the "Mary Winkleman"
we received enough rope to
make a network over the
Island of Oahu or run a cable
from here to San Francisco.
We have all sizes in either
pure Manila or Duplex.
We haven't talked lamps
for a long time, so long that
your thoughts have drifted
away from the subject and you
have contented yourself with
the old one when you wanted
something better. Those we
offer you are, as usual, the
best; the burners vie with the
sun in giving light. The
burner is the first thine to
look after in selecting a
lamp; get one that will not be
a receptacle for all the dust
and dirt that accumulates from
the sweeping. In those we
have selected for you is a
delightful combination of orna
ment and utility,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppulto hprtulculu' llluul.,
Corner Iort &
SPECIAL SALE IN
Trunks and Valises
for. 10 rxATsrs onsri-j-sr.
THE SAX-iE "WIIjIj OOlkOwIHllSrOEI
Wednesday, JLpril 5,
And will Close Saturday, April 15th.
During this Sulo T will odor to tho public one of the Largest and
Best Selected Stock of Trunks and Valises
This sale will bo a fine
travel this summer, ns you will iind
ol u J rimk or Valise at tlio 1 umim.i: or
Igjr XTo Goods in the above mentioned line will "be
Sold to the Trade during the Sale !
I alfao reserve the right
and One Valise to airy ono customer.
S . !Hj 3HC JtrL T..i X CZ2 EC ,
Corner Fort aud Hotel Sts., - - - Honolulu, H. I.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
have just opnsi:i) out
LAltGE ASSORTMENT OP
General Crockery and Glassware !
Frexicli Center K.vigs, t
Freiicli Sofa. Rugs,
French Door K.vigs,
French Stair Carpets In Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Basket Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Wooden Trunks.
TO ('LEAK OUT CONSIGNMENT
American & English
By the Bark "H. Hackfeld"
A NEW SUPPLY OK
rOU RAI.E UY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
DR. M. GOTO,"
Physician and Surgeon
Can bo consulted tit his residence nt Keo
iioula, on tlio inaulcn hide of King and Ewa
blilo of Eililiu htrcct, iouso foinierly occu
pied by Mr. Geo. L. IXiiliu.
Will Vaccinate from Pare
cine Matter 1
ftt Ovucr Hoiiim:
and from 'J to 5 p. m.
Fiom 8 to 10 a. 51.
FOR SALE CHEAP
1 "Cleveland" Bicycle
- Weight Sllb Ncurly New.
II, E. WALKEU,
at King limn.
T AWN MOWKKS TO LET UY THE
1.J day, week or mouth' Itopairini;,
C.'leiiiiint; and bhurpeniug done; Dupliiaiu
Ploi us fiirninlied when leimired. Machines
called for aud retained. Also, ltepiilring
Guiilfii Hose in fact, can do uuythlng
nu.eshiiry mound tho house or stable,
Itliu; up Mutual Telephone 152.
f.H4-tf N. l IUIHGESH.
IltEG TO NOTIFY MY CUSTOM EKS
and tho public generally, that 1 can be
(omuiuiilcatcd with h Mutual Telephone
Mi. 11. Lose will continue to collect for
mu. .i. w. Mcdonald,
Piopilutor Clt, Mincing Shop,
if i J 'i Port stiect uhuvu Iloiul sticel.
WOMEN'S PATRIOTIC LEAGUE.
HE K MEETING OP
Patilotlo Li'iiiriut at the
1 tliu Woiiii'ii'm
.Minn Hull on Wl'.DM.fiUA Y .MUlt.MMl
at lIln'iilocU. s
ll'i".'.'! ht iTctury,
VJEITHEK THE AGENTS .SOU OWN
X crrt of the UiIUhIi mdionuer "Norma"
will he iiupoiiHlblo fur any dobu contracted
by inuxtcr or crew, UJ7at
those intending to
stylo in the shape
to sell no more than One Trunk
a oiroion display of
Etc. Etc. Etc.
' PALf) ALTO STABLES,
SSO O'Fa.rrell St.
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. F., Cal.
I KEG TO ANNOUNCE TO MY OLD
flionds mid patrons in tliu Islands tlnit
I h.ive purchased tho above Stables and
intend to maintain its namc-uku "Second
to None" iMtchiss. Livery Outlitsof every
dciciiptionnNo on bund. For Mile: Matched
Spans, llond and Draft Homcs guaianteed
as repi evented, t'oiruspondenco Invited.
E. It. MILES,
fi)"i tf Propnetoi.
Evening with Handel !
Lecture on the Life and Music of Handel
F. M. ENGLISH, B. A.
The following Artists have mo-t kindly
promised their assistance;
MISS DALE, MISSUUHGESS,
MISS HOPPER, MIL WAKEFIELD,
Y7 :m:. O. .A.. HCa.ll
Tuesday, April 11, 1893.
THH SMEJ-W YAOHT
With Dinghy, hus Oak Krauio and Bprtico
Plunking, Uoppcr riveted throughout.
Sails fast and Is a strong comfortable tea
boat. Can he iiifpected at tlio llcalaul
Jloat House. Apply to
011AKLE8 D. WALKEU,
, P. 0. Itox
IK), or II
K. Walker, at
M. L MINER, D. V, S.,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OKI'ICEs HOTEL hTAHLES.
oki ii i: nouns: ,
H to lo . m.; l:l!0 to 'M v, m,
ter- Umiih m hi With Dr. F, I.. Miner.
lluiiuuiilii btieet. .
Mi Calls Will Receive-1'iQuipt Altenlion
itt-ik. 7 iiijji'i"r -'- s