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FROM AND A.FTEK OCTOBER 1. 18.02.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
RUIDAY, APUIL 21, lS'.KS.
Tlio natives now call
Hand tho "Fi-ji" Band.
Diamond Uuail. )t p. in. Woulliur
hazy, wind light northeast.
Thoro has boon no incotiny of tlio
Hoard of Education in n long while.
Dr. Anderson will loavo on Uio
stoatnur Australia, to bo absent six
Tho steamer W. G. Hall brought
twenty-si v bags of Kona uollco from
Hawaii this ttit.
Dining tho school holidays tho
small boy is getting in his lino work
among tho mangos.
A movement is on foot to take the
Hawaiian National Band to tho
World's Fair at Chicago.
The Odd Fellows will give a social
oulouaitimont on NctlneMUiy even
ing next in Haiinouy Hall.
Col. Clans Spreckels spent a cjuiot
half-hour with tlio Queen at Wash
ington Vlaooestoiday morning.
Tielcelrt for the Sons of St. George
social mm uani'o .vionuay evening
Asks St, Andrew's Second Con
gregation to Dissolve,
Warm Responses of the Congregation to
His Lordship's Open Letter.
aro to bo had
at tho Golden Rule
Fmn.w, Apiil 'Jl
Blnir "W 0 Hull fiom Mnui and Hawaii
fcehr Eavinia fiom Koolau
Vossols Loavinjr To-morrow.
Slinr AVnialealo for Ltihuinu, Kul.uilinole
mid Honokau at 10 u in
Cargoos from Island Ports.
Sttnr W CI Hull -.W8 bags sugar, ad bags
eollee, (J7 bags nun, 21 head (attle, 1
lioro and 70 pl.gs sundries.
Vrom Maui and Hawaii per stmr AV CI
Hall, April 21 Fiom Volcano: 0 II Hul
bert anil ifc, .1 H Durkon and v ife, Dr L
lloltlcu. Sir K V Cumtniiigs, (.'apt It 11
Suyeu, Peter Leo and wife. Way ports: II
F Ulndc, W II Oornwell, A Haiieuuig, Mr
Marshall, J Kaulmue, J 11 Wnipuiluui. 1",
Laurns, Mrs .1 Lazarus, Yuen Chong and
ifo; Mrs Maknluu ami two children, Miss
M Kuili, All Leoug, Captain X (' Haley
ami 5 deck.
Vessels in Port.
II 1$ M S Hynciuthc from Ebtpiimalt
H 1 .1 SI S Nuniwa, Togo, from .lap.in
V S F H Mohiean from b'nn Fianeisco
USS lioston, Wiltso, fium llilo
H S Australia, Houdlette, from San
Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
Am bktno Planter. Dow, from San Fran
Haw bk Mumm Ala, Smith, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Am 1-inasted sehoonei Puritan, Peterson,
dajs from Newcastle, X S
Am bktne Katie FlicMngur, Mcltae, fiom
Port Tow nsend
Am bktne llilo, Lc liullislcr, fiom San
The steamer Waialealo will leave to
morrow morning for Lahaina and lliunii
Uua and w ill return about next Tuesday.
Thoro were no clearances at tho Custom
House to-day. A number of merchant
vessels are awaiting cargoes of sugar, but
they are rather slow coming.
The steamer Pelo biought a full enrgo of
sugar from Makaweli yesterday evening
for tho S. S. Australia. After discharging
this afternoon the Pelo went on the
Marine Hallway to be overhauled.
J. M. Vivas Practices His Marks
manBhip on Cats.
About 11 o'clock this morning two
shots woro hoard in tho vicinity of
tho Po.st Ofllco. Tho detonations
woro almost simultaneous. I'cople
vhowoio walking along Merchant
btreot woro startled, many thinking
thoro was another shooting hciape.
As no other shots camo investiga
tion was made. J. AT. Vivas, wIiom)
oilico is in tho rear of J. A. lagoon's
law oflico, owned up to being tho
shooter. Ho stated that ho tired
tho shots at eats. Tho eats vvoio at
tracted by tho leatauraut behind his
olllce, and thoy had beeomo such a
nuisance that ho determined to kill
them. Sometimes a cat crawled
under his oilico aud died there, and
the odor resulting was unbearable.
It was a sad cat-astropho to tho
pussies aud a great disappointment
to tho morbidly curious ones who
thought thoy had another rico gun
Tlni'o cases of diiinkennos were
settled in the Distiict Con it this
morning. All other case-, were ie
maiided. "Lady of (lie Twilight" at the
Opeia IIouso lo-inoriow evening.
Don't fail to witness the linal ap
peal aneo of Captain Cook.
To-nionownt 12 noon .las F. Mor
gan will sell at auction that valuable
lcsidoneo on Beietania stieet form
oily occupied by J. Wr. McDonald.
iIr. Moigan will will tho whole of
the furniture of the lato File Police
(Jo. at Fishel's Hall this evening.
Thoro are some ory nice ai tides
in tho outfit.
If you want employment, house or
rooms, or have such to oiler, look at
the unprecedented oll'ers of adver
tising in tho Bei.LuriN Jclukstky on
mo nrt page.
A graduatoof Kamohanioha School
is now an assistant teacher at the
Reformatory School, giving instruc
tion in carpentry and the use or
Tho S. S. Australia to leave net
Wednesday will have one of the
heaviest passenger lists she has over
cairied. Neailv all aio bound lor
tho World's Fair.
Messrs. vTTl. Cornvvell, J. H.
Wnipuiluui and J. Kauhaue aio
amoiitr the visitors from the other
islands. Thoy arrived by tho W. G.
Hall this afternoon.
Mr. Peter Leo, manager of the
Volcano House, and wife, vvoio pas
sengers by tho steamor W. G. Hall
this afternoon. Mr. Lee repot U the
Volcauo as very active.
Tho sleainei V. G. llalle.peiieuc
od unusually lino weather along the
Kona coast this trip. At Maui theio
was abundance of rain, and the cano
iiolds woro flourishing.
Tho sidewalk on tho Ewa side of
Nuuanu street, between Beietania
aud Kukui stieet. i- in a disgiaceful
state. Tho Road Boaul should at
tend to this right away.
Tho P. G. band, with tho assis
tance ot some of tho menibei.s of the
U. S. S. Mohican band, gave a fairly
good concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel
jestoiday evening. A dance in tho
parlors lollowed the concert.
A fine new road is being made of
Edinburgh street, near the Union
Feed Co. The stieet has been a
tegular bog fiom time immemoiial,
and it is about time .some attention
was given it bj tho loadiiiaketN.
Tho more Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used tho bettor it is liked.
"Wo know of no other remedy that
always gives satisfaction. It. is good
when you first catch cold. It is
good when your cough is seated and
your lungs aro bore. It is good in
any kind of a cough. Wo havo sold
tu only-live do.on of it and every
bottlo has given satisfaction. Stcd
man A: Friedman, druggists, Minne
sota Lako, Minn. W) cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
.Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
U. Dunn, chief mate of the 15im
moie, who stabbed witli a knife the
Captain of that vessel on the voy.igo
fioin Honolulu to San KiauciM-o in
.hum ot last vear, has been sentenced
in tho Liverpool C'ouit to seven
yeais' penal soivitude.
At ;t meeting of the Hawaiian
Baseball League held this noun a
season of oighleou games was (li
dded upon, and (he dialling of l ho
.schedule was left to the dilleieut
captains. The season will close
about the lirst week in August.
Master. ludd pei.sonated .Miss A.
F. Kuapp, the ropoitor of the San
Francisco Call, at thnonioitaiuinciit
or tho Y's at I ho Y. M. C. A. yester
day evening. The tako-oll was tum
bled to immediately young .ludd
appealed at the head of the staircase.
A Portuguese policeman lately
took an involuntary tumble over the
dill of tho Punchbowl quai ly. That
is a daugorous place round which tho
JJulluik advocated the erection of
some kind of a guaid over a year
My wifo was conlined to her bed
for ovor two mouths with a very se
vere attack of rheumatism. Wo
could got nothing that would alloid
hor auv roliof, and as a last lesort
gave Chamberlain's Pain Balm a
trial. To our groat surprise sho be
gan to improve aftor the lirst appli
cation, and by using it regulaily she
was soon able to get up and attend
to house work. li. H. Johnson, of
CI, Knulson A; Co., Kensington,
Minn, f0 cunt bottles for sale by
(ill dealers. Bouson, Smith A: Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Dr MoLeiiiiuu, l!Jl Fort street,
nbovo Hotel. (Jhroiilu mid Sugical
cuaua. Mutual Telephone U82.
Bronson Howard the playwiighl,
accompanied by Dr. .. b. McGiow
and W. G. Smith, and chaperoned
In Captain .hieu, visited the Chinese j
Theatre on Wednesday evening. Be
fore leaving the paity were legaled
with sanishu and a v utility of orien
tal dishes., including probably 'Slai
lisli on toast."
The two Japanese fonnerly em
ployed atoiiud tho l'uhce Station,
who weie locked up in Oahu Jail
when the Japanese piisouet escaped
on boaid the Nauiva. have lesumed
their duties at the M.ition. The
authorities are no inoie afiaul of
their being nhiolilcd b thociuisoi
in easo they escaped.
An invoice of !!S20 test books ar
rived to the lloatd of Fducation by
last steamei. In the list are an
dlnidged aud a jiriiuaiy dictionnn
from the latest Web-tei the"iitei
national" They aro cleat ly punted,
their definitions ate the latest, and
thoy contain new winds hilheito
onl.V found iii the supplemeiit to
A native dwaif named 1'iiaiki wa
Inoiight to the I'olicn Station siuip
lied ill) vesteidav afleiiioou. 1'iliilKi
was under the inllueuce of liipmr
and, being a man ol iiuuiense uius
iMilarhtioiigth.he had to be strapped
and put into a wagon before he
could be brought along. lli lowei
limbs aio uoole.su and he lino he
seoii daily crawling along thu slieuls.
In conscquonoo of an opon letter
addicssed by Dishop Willis to Messrs.
T. R. Walker, M. P. Robinson, T.
May and F. Wr. Jordan, Wardens ot
the Second Congregation of St. An
diow's Cathedral, a meotingof that
body was called for Thursday evon
ing at the Sunday school room. Tho
congiegatiou filled tho building.
Key. Alex. Mackintosh, jiastor, open
ed the pioceedings with piayer for
the (livine blessing. He then invited
Major J. 11. Wodehouse, Btitish
Minister, to take tho chair, and Mr.
Wray Taylor to act as secretary.
Tlio chairman read tho open letter
of tho Bishop. It called on tho
Second Congregation to take imino
diato action to teiminato what ho
termed a scandalous state of affairs,
in tho existence of two congrega
tions occupying tho cathedral and
having clashing interests. Tho
Bishop wanted them to ask him to
l evoke their license as a distinct con
gregation granted seven years ago
Mr. Goo. S. Harris moved tho fol
lowing resolution, which was second
ed by Capt. H. W. Mist, R. N., and
Hciolval That Messrs. T. "R. Wal
ker, M. P. Robinson, T. May and E.
W. Jordan, to whom tho recent
"open letter" was addressed by the
Bishop, bo requested on behalf of
tho Parishioners of Honolulu wor
shiping in St. Andrew's Cathedral,
and known as tho "Second English
Speaking Congiegatiou," to commu
nicate to tho Bishop that they aro
not ptopared to "ask for a termina
tion of the license," neither havo
thoy any suggestion or pioposition
to submit looking toward tho des
truction of the independence or tho
abrogation of the rights of their
Capt. Mist, seconded by Mr.
Robinson, moved the following reso
'i:iolvt 1 , That this mooting on
titoly disagrees with and pronounces
to bo untenable, unjust to tho
parishioners and in direct conflict
with well known, or at least ascer
tainable facts, tho following state
ments or phrases in the "opon lettor"
of tho Bishop's, viz.: 1st, That tho
"two-fold organization" is either im
practicable or has "proved unwork
able." On tho contiary we assort
that it has worked well aud has for
nioio than oven years proved to bo
a practicable, living, giovviug Epis
copalian congregation in this city.
2dly, That tho phrases "scandal to re
ligion" "intolerable scandal" as ap
plied to tho organization of parish
loneis and visitors forming tho so
called Second Congregation, aro
wholly uncalled for, unjust and un
charitable, aud should not havo
been used by a Bishop to any por
tion of his Hock without more cogent
icason than as to this meeting ap
pears to bo existent; and that espe
cially with leirard to the use of tho
word ".scandal" wo .solemnly piotost
and declare that we aro unconscious
of any actions or oeciiuoncos occa
sioned or enacted by us that can be
lightfttll- so described. On tho
conttaty the only "scand.il," in the
wiisc ol "public discussion," which
has come upon its, has been on every
occasion biought about by unjust ili
able attempts of the Bishop to in
juie this oig.mi.ation. .'idly, We are
not, nor have ever been in an un
friendly oi competitive (hi an evil
sense) attitude to any other congre
gation orgioup of woishipers with
in or without the pale of tho Angli
Capt. Mist made a speech in sup
port of the tosolutioii. Ho denied
that the two-fold organization was
unprecedented and impracticable. It
was a condition that existed in every
cathedral town, only that horo thoy
had but one building for worship.
At lirst it was understood that
parishioneis might attend any of
the set vices, aud that tho Bishop
might olliciate in tho services of
either congiegatiou. The history of
that place for the pabt seven jears
actually annihilated not meiely
conttadicled the assertion that the
conducting of an independent con
giegatiou was iinpiacticable. The
petition for a license for that con
gregation seven .e.itn ago was sign
ed by .'17 poisons, each one of whom
was the head of a family, aud no
two weie out of (he same family, j
I'ln'io had been healthy growth in
the congiegatiou fiom its start. Its
Sunday school had trebled in atten
dance, hi October, lH.'j, the Bishop
wiote: "I do not legret that tho.so
who are dissatisfied should have the
Illicit 1 freely accorded llioni."
That was alter si months' expoti
euce of the change. Those who had
asked lot the change -it was not a
luvomal stated that the church
was not merely statiouaiy, but retro
gressive. The Bishop's allegation
that the condition of things was a
scandal to loligiou was wholly un
justifiable and intolerant, All the
I scandal that had atisuti he used
I the tut in in the sense of public dis
tyitnsioii It. id on every occasion been
j caused by the unjustifiable attempts
' of tlio Bishop to iujtiie tho
, hecond Congiegatiou. Possibly
(heir meeting that night might
j h doscuhod by the Bishop as an
intolerable scandal. Such "scandals"
had in every case been biought up
together. A fov years ago tho
Bishop came forward with a demand
that tlio contributions of each cou
grogalion bo in proportion to the
offertories. That is if tho Socoud
Congregation fmbspribod $100 to $1
thoy should pay to the cathodral a
hundred times as much as tho other
congregation. Then, as to tho ar
rangement of sorvicos, it was under
stood that thoy should bo unmoved
for two years, and aftor that three
montliR' notice should bo given of a
change. When tho notice thus given
had expired their sorvicos had boon
sot at hours which, according to tho
social life of tho place, would seoni
to bo most unsuitable. But tho re
sult had boon quite tho contrary.
Thoy had adapted themselves to cir
cumstances, aud somehow or othor
thoy had tho lull congregations.
Another thing thoy had boon charged
with was tho breaking of conditions,
in ovorstopping tho hours of service
on occasions. Ho would rofor to
Eastor Sunday, whon 531 mombors
got out of bod at -1:30 o'clock to at
tend early communion, and when at
tho lator sorvico thoro woro 70 com
municants. It was not strange that
their timo should havo overlapped
that givon to tho Bishop, as thoy
had but ono celebrant although
thero woro othors who might havo
boon assigned to assist their pastor
aud it was impossible to got
through earlier. He remomborod
ono timo that the Bishop" required
tho use of tho organ for ovory day in
the week boforo Eastor. And onco
whon thoy had a sorvico appointed
for 12 o'clock, tho Bishop's congre
gation came out at 10 minutes past
12, whon tho yard was crowded with
waiting people. If tho prosout posi
tion was a scaudal, by what was it
to bo supplanted? By a condition
wherein half tho membership would
people should got up at 4:30 in the
morning to attend communion ser
vices? Thoir Sunday school had in
creased from U0 to 150 in n fow years,
although tho chango of hour from
10 to 9 o'clock must havo increased
the dilliculty of preparation in
households. Thou the reference to
Rov. Mr. Osborne's opinion of tho
condition of affairs, given iu a
sermon at tho end of his visit
horo, was ho thought very un
generous. If the spoaker had
put down, verbatim, overything that
Mr. Osborne had said to him, it
would make a vory difforont impres
sion. The Bishop wanted him to
give up the Royal school. If thoro
was anything that he was grateful
for to thu Government it was tho
hooping him in that school. It pre
vented him from being ground down
and compelled to leavo tho country.
And for what reason was ho wanted
to resign? If tho Bishop could show
that anything was lacking that ono
sick person was not visited, or any
othor pastoral duty neglected thoro
might bu some reason for it. He
thought if tho matter was looked
into tho verdict would bo that ho
put more work into the church than
might reasonably bo demanded. Tho
Bishop's lottor gave thorn just a fort
night to got tliomsolves togotnor lor
winding up tho congregation. This
ho considered most uugonorous, and,
if that was the part of a Bishop,
prosorvo him from bocomiug such a
Mr. Mackintosh thou closed tho
procoodings with prayor.
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go somowhoro olso and some not go
to church at all. Tho Bishop said,
"Coino unto mo," ho is going to
make somobodj' or other doan or
rector. WTith what result? Thoy
all knew what bocamo of ono young
man who had put himsolf heartily
into tho work of tho church. (This
reference to Rov. H. H. Gowen vyas
applauded.) The speaker denied
that tho congregation had assumed
a competitive or unfriendly mood
toward any othor body iu or out of
thu pale of tho Anglican Church.
Mr. T. It. Walker moved tho next
resolution as follows, which was
seconded by Mr. Harris aud passed
I'cwh'cd, That Messrs. Walker,
Robinson, May and Jordan bo and
hereby aro requested to lay those
resolutions before tho Bishop.
In moving this resolution Mr.
Walker desired to say a fow words
on tho previous ono. Ho was uu
awaro of any feelings othor than
those of Christian brotherhood to
ward tho Cathedral congregation.
Tho word "scandal" as employed by
tho Bishop ho thought was unjust
and ovon cruel. Thoro might bo a
desire on tho ono sido or tho othor
to get tho best music or tho most
communicants, but such a rivalry
was rather to bo estoomod laudable
than otherwise. Strangers who saw
ono lot of people waiting in tho yard
for another lot to totiro from tho
church might considoi that thero
was a scandal. Thoy had only askod
at tho outset that tho old foreign
congregation should havo tho privi
lege of maintaining their own organ
ization, and asked tho Bishop to bo
at tho head of it. Thoy denied that
thoro had boon any scandal. Out
siders might think tho relations of
tho two congregations strango, but
it was a matter requiring but vory
simple explanations. Tho difforont
sorvicos had given an opportunity
to some people to attend church
who otherwise could not go. It had
been a matter of groat gratification
to himself at times to be present at
services of tho Cathedral congrega
tion. Mr. Itobinson moved the follow
ing resolution, which being second
ed passed unanimously:
HrMth'edf That a leport of these
proceedings witli a copy of these
lesol ut ions bo forwarded to tho
Archbishop of Canterbury, to tho
Secretary of tho Society for tho
Piopagation of tho Gospel in For
eign Parts, and to such other digni
taries and ollicials as may bo named
by the gentlemen to "whom tho
Bishop's oiion lettor was addressed.
Mr. Hams moved the resolution
that follows. Ho said if the Bishop
had been .sincere he would have pro
posed something feasible. The only
way to havo unanimity iu the cathe
dral was by a change of inauago
lnont. Tho resolution was seconded
by Mr. Joseph Tinker and passed
witli one consent:
Resolved, That tho mombors of
tho Second Congregation of the
Anglican Church assembled, request
the appointment, unconditionally,
of thn Rev. Alox. Mackintosh, as
Doan of St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Honolulu, and that this resolution
i ho tolorreu to the committee of four
I for communication to tho Bishop.
Capt, Mist addtessod thoinojuting
J again, reminding tho members that
t for the past seven years it had boon
I an understood thing that thu Bishop
I was to take part in tho sorvicos of
I the Second Congiegatiou whenever
1 he saw lit. On the occasion of tho
memorial son ice to Etnporor Wil
i Ham, and that to tho dear friends
lost in the Samoaii shipwrecks, also
at the Victoria jubilee sorvico, tho
Bishop notified them that he wished
and intended to take part, and ho
did so none saying him nay. And
, at fttueials, weddings, etc., not al
' ways with the full approbation of
principals, ho had taken part,
i Rov Alex. Mackintosh desired to
i say a fow words about the position
' of their ecclesiastical superior. It
' had caused him great disttess from
time to lime. Now himself and con
gregation received distinct accusa
tions from the Bishop. As to the
charge of broken conditions in hours
of sin vice, if there was anything that
the speaker had tried to do it was to
observe those conditions faithfully,
lie strove to get through the ser
vices on the stroke, and it was re
ntal liable to many how punctual
thoy were. Ho thought it vory haul
that the people were not regaided
by the Bishop as spiritually minded,
and that there was no luck in nuiti
What tho Hawaiian Women's Patrio
tic Loaguo Dividod Upon.
Tho following has boon handed in
for publication, under tho signed
authorization of tho Secretary, as
being tho original memorial to Com
missioner Blount submitted to tho
Hawaiian Women's Patriotic League.
It caused a division iu tho meeting
from tho absouco of Liliuokalani's
name as that of "our Sovoroign
To His Excellency James H. Blount,
SrEciAL Commissioner and Diplo
matic Repueslntative ok the
United States to Hawaii.
Honorable Sir, Wo the Hawaiian
women of tho Hui Aloha Aina, extend
to you and your wifo a hearty wel
come to our shores as the Represent
ative of the United States of Amer
ica sent to investigate tho causos
which led up to tho deposing of our
Sovoroign Queen and tho assumption
of power by a party of residents of
this Kingdom, wo greet j-ou, aud in
voke for you the assistance of a groat
aud merciful God, in reaching your
conclusion. As patriotic mothers wo
pray aud implore you and tho groat
people you ropresont now sitting in
judgment upon us to turn aside tho
stroke, that is aimed to destroy tho
dearest privilege of citizenship to
which our children aro entitled by
birth and education.
Heretofore wo havo been silent
under great provocation, feeling
strong in the justice of our cause,
aud m the magnanimity of the
Unitod States Government.
With Aloha Nui, wo your humble
petitioners will ovor pray for your
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Mormon t'liureli. Kent fit)
per month. Enquire at s-eeonil door above
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
n :.i. ii..i. .-.-.... ...t.
, ...... ...... (.UVS.K, ll
cut v. 0.. cte. Commands
one of the finest view 8 in Honolulu. Apph
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONE 1II.OCK FROM BE
retania street ears, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tUL't' of Six ltooms, I-uree
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Apph to
E. K. HENDRY, '
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'h store.
A VA AOlti: LOT WITH
XX. 1' urnislied Hou-o at
board "W. O. Hall" or Mrs. Santos
on the premises. 701-lu
TO LET OR LEASE
Mr. Arthur Simon
Ot Galatea, Ohio.
"Thoy said I was incurable, thu doctors
did, liuttlie result li.ii proven that Hood's Kar
aparlllu was nblc to cure. I had Sclatlo
lllieiiinatlsm nml was cnnllntrt to my bed six
months. Three physicians did not help no and
I Was Clvon Up to Dlo
When I was In thli terrlhlo cimditlnn, unablo
la more bnnil or fool, I began to tike Hood's
Barsapaillla. 'lho first bottlo had n little ef
Jott, and while taklnij the koi iimt. 1 cabled so
rapidly that I could alt up in my th.ilr. My sys
tem had been so run down liy olhcr medkhie,
thnt It took mo MUlton while to rei upcrate. lly
tho time 1 had taken (our buttles uf Hood's 8ar
auparllla I toul.l tvnlb arouuil, and now, as I
have taken Hlx hottlOM, 1 urn cured and ran
do a good day's work. I do not (eel I can praise
enouBh." AitTili'K Simon, (lalatea, Ohio.
HOOD'8 PILL8 0 bent ltrsllumr
yim, will dlgeitluu, euro headache. Trr a box.
rplUU'OlTAUE AT NO.
X XM KiiiK -tri et, lately
oeeupied bj .Mr. M.S. 1a!V,
eoutninim;.! tlulriiiiius, l'.ir-
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen ami Itatliiunm;
Sliiblu in jiinl; Artesian Water laid on.
l'or partieulars and term, applv to
(HIt-tf at E. O. Hall A boils'.
iiii;of I ItoouiH, Kit
chen, Small lt.iekyurd and
side entrance, ut pre.-rnt
occupied as a saddlery nliop
in this business nart of the
trull loeated For parhi ulars aiijilv to
1 i i hi i i Hill H "i i
b .lose Dins
low u and eeu-
A M.MEMIJEUS OF Till: HAWAIIAN
Wtiiuun'n I'litrioliu league, wishing
their names erased from tlio roll, i ulnlii mi
within three iliiy-M from dale, h apph iug
to the Comuilltee at the ieidenee uf Miss
l l'eahodj (Luke), lorner of llurrlania and
MltK. ('. K. HTM, I. MAN,
beerotan II. W. H. A. A.
Honolulu, Apil! 1H, 1MM. 7UI-.lt
On tlio pioiuicos or by letter,
u, Marehl. lM-lw
1 Family Carriage Horse, i:ue
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
npiii: i.AitiiE hToiir.
J. and Collen tinloon of
Love's Hake i on Nuiiaiiii
Htreet. The ltooms are
iix'A nml 'Jilx'. These am Miii.irate from
tho linker). I ho linker) is Mill In opera
tion and will have u ntnrM for thu i-alo of
lilt ml, rakes, 1'u-s, ote., iidjniuiliK the pre
Kent one, l'or blither particular uppU to
H. (1. MAbON, '
7U.MW on the p reinisei-.
rpllE TWO l'IKl'EB OF
A. l'roperty with tlio
Illiildiue, thereon, hituated
on KiiiK street, and at nru-
t-ent oieiipieii n.v ;misrs, B .unweiii .mil
.1. Downey, both belnp; opposite the reid
delieu of .1. II, Atburtoiii each of these pre
mixes are bringing in an annual rental of
f'twi, and a line opportunity is hereby
tillered au.vouu who is desirous of ownine,
a nice eniuuirtahlu home In u uood Iih-ii-lil)
w It lit I) a few minutes1 walk of our
tow ii. 1 or terms apply to
The iinikr-it;ned aro prepared lo i;ive in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ftTEAM
Eltb OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
OF San FranoiBOO
am) riir, --
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
OF New 2oa.lev.iicl,
Further pnrlieular.s may bo bad
IN F. COI.IIlllt.N.
It. I. I. II, I, IE,
II. Ihivlesil Co.'
only by tlio iiitoloralilu iuUirfurunco Htmi. Did it looli lilai want of
ul linn wIuj mm now Uroub'lil tuoiu piriiuiw uiiuuouuusa mui no muiiy
Subwriliti fur tht
cenfi per month.
Dully llulletln, CO
I AWN MOWEItS
l J da), week or
TO l,KT II Y
Cleaning ami Bhtirpeulni; done; Duplicate
l'ieees furnished when requited. .Machine
railed for and returned. Also, Itup tiring
Harden Hone In fact, oun do an) thing
nii'essnry around tlio Iioiimi or stable.
King up Mutmil Telephonu l&J.
Wi-U N, V. UUHUKbB.
i Win. G. IRWIN SCO.
I ettxuUd ut th
imilly and jnomjitly