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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1893.
Weukhbdw, May 17.
S S Australia, Houdlcttu, from San Fran
cisco Am -l-innitivl sclir King Cyrus, Christ Inii
en, 01 days from New rustle. N S W
Stuir Kiniiu from Maui and Hawaii
Wr.i)jrsnAY, May 17.
Sehr Saiah it Eliza for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Kinnu 10,325 bags sugar, GO bills
hides, 1 horso, 15 bags potatoes, 82
bags coin, '20.1 boxes pineapples, '21
bogs, 12 bbls poi and 1G0 pkgs sundries.
From San Francisco per S, S. Austialla,
May 17 U 1! Spalding. Miss N J Milles.
Miss T Milles, Uco Daly, Mrs Lucas and
child, T Itiehards and wife, Thomas J
llurko and wife, Win Dunbar, F E Nichols,
Paymaster Hobbs, wife, '2 children anil
nurse, F M Hatch, Dr 11 M Howard and
wifo, Dr W L Mooro, Mrs Ivers, Mrs W Q
Irwin, child and nurse, 1 M Marshall and
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinnu,
May 17 From thu Volcano: Miss E Nurd
hoil, Chas Nordhoil, Dr Colborne, Jlrs Col
boine, J C Neely, E Dukum, Mrs S M
Every, 10 C Maefarlano, Mrs J It ISlouut,
Geo H Fuller, J Ogden, W Wilson. From
way ports: E A. Tonus, Jliss H F Forbes,
"vVS Terry, K Ogura, Kev It K ll.iptist,
Paul Jariett, Jas ilclncrny, W Uurlowit,
Mrs D Collins, Dr J Woddick, Mis U K
Stillman, Jlrs N IC Eldicdgc, 0 S Kynners
ley and wife( Mrs E Mahclona and li cliil
dren, Wm Lindscy, H S Tregloan, Jlrs J
Cockett, Jliss Nouniann, Wm White, wife
and son, O Von Hamm, C J Falk, Wilder
Wight and 7li deck.
For Kauai per stmr .Tas Jlakce, Jlav 1(1
W A Wall, Jlis Chas Kahce, Jliss "Julia
Kahec and 8 deck.
For Kauul per stmr Jlikahala, Jlay 10
Mr Scholtz, Jliss H Founsun, 1! 1j Mart,
8am Graham, Achcw, All Chock and .'17
For Jtolokai and Maui per stmr Clnn
dino, Jlav l(i 11 W Jleers, Dr Oliver, t)i
A JlouritV, F H Hays'eldcn, W II Corn
veil, W Sheldon, wife and famiiv, J Sopor,
Father Sylvester, C B Wells and 80 deck.
Tho Haw. bk. JIauna Ala loft Jlohukomi
yesterday with a full load of sugar for San
The Gorman bark J. C.
tho Jsle of Wight on Jlay
7th, fiom Hre-
men uounu ior Jionoium.
The Hawaiian bark Lcahi
t-oniucio arriveu ai can j'ranci-co on .May
9th, 20 and 17 d.ijs respectively fiom Ku
hului. The American tchooner King Cyrus, C.
H. Christiansen, arrived fiom Newcastle,
N. S. W., with 1224 tons of Greta coal con
signed to W. G. Irwin it Co.
Arrived Jlay 10, stmr Kinau from Ho
nolulu; 1G, stmr Kiuau fiom Hilo.
Sailed Jlay 10, stmr Kinau for Hilo; Hi,
stmr Kinau for Honolulu; Haw bk JIauna
Ala, Smith, for San FrancNeo, witli cargo
of 702,5 bags sugar shipped bv J. T. Wutev
hoiibo, 00J1 bags sugar lv T' It Davies ,t
Co., 327s bags sugar by Halawa Plantation,
a total of L1,H2 bags, wuiglnng 1,017,317
lbs., besides bOOO gals, molasses shipped bv
C.J. Folk. Total value, (i2,2ai.!)0.
SAN HUN'CIKIO MT1 8.
Arrivals Jlay 0. sehr. ltobert Lewers, 1
dajs from Honolulu; i), bk. Leahi and
bgtne. C'onsuelo, 20 and 17 dajs lespective
ly fiom Kahului.
Projected Departures Jlay 0, hk. Albeit
and sehr. Transit for Honolulu; 7, bk.
Harvester for Hilo, bg. W. G. Irwin for
Honolulu; 14, bk S. C.Allen for Honolulu;
lS.bktns. Discovery and Irnigardforllono
lulu; 2.), S. S. Jlonowai for the Colonies
via Honolulu; sehr. J. G. North for Jlahn
KEMPSTER At Kohala, Hawaii, Jlay
1st, to tho w ife of C. E. Kempster, a
BIG OPIUM SEIZURE.
Port Surveyor Sanders Captures Two
Boxes of Apples Containing'
Port Survoyor Sanders mado a
seizure of opium on tho Oceanic
dock at 2:15 o'clock this afternoon.
Two boxes supposed to contain ap
ples wore landed from S. S. Australia
to-day, and one of tho boxes was
somowhat brokon. Mr. Sanders and
his assistants in looking over tho
merchandise saw some tins of opium
lying snugly in tho box. Tho exact
amount could not bo ascertained at
a lato hour this aftornoon, but tho
two boxes are supposed to contain
botwoon seventy-five and a hundied
tins of dope.
Tho opium was turned over to tho
Collector of Customs and tho Cus
toms otlkers have begun a systema
tic search for more dope.
Tho boxes captured according to
Mr. Sanders, who was very reticent
regarding tho matter, "bore tho
usual Chinese marks and wore in
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Another Chinese cho fa gamester
was arrested this afternoon.
Col. Blount drove to tho United
States Logatiou this aftornoon. ,
Tho baud will play to-morrow
evening instead of this evening nt
Tho U. S. steamer Richard Rush
loft San Francisco on May 8th for
the Buin ing Sua.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather,
cloudy and rainy; wind, fie.ih north
east. Steamer Kaala oil Koko Head.
Thoro is nothing 1 have over used
for muscular rheumatism that given
mo as much relief as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm does. 1 have been using
it for about two years four bottles
in all as occasion required, aud al
ways keep a bottle of it iu my home,
I believe 1 know a good thing when
I get hold of il, and Pain Balm is
tho host liniment I have ever met
with. W. B. Denny, dairyman, New
Lexington, Ohio, 50 cent bottles
for wtlo by all dealers. Benson,
.Smith Si Co., agents for the Hawai
Koine men's giciitne ih lull on
pmvi-ifut loiieu uiHli'ijiiunin'.
Thu man who is cuiniihriiii' fur a
new iliuliuiimy mint-, a won) with
LOOAIi AND GENERAL
Sugar hns gonu up to Ac.
oy.slois nt thu Beaver
cocktails nt tho Etnpiro
A initio raco has boon added
tho program ol Juno 11th.
Mrs. A. Buck, Portuguese, was
committed to tho Insane Asylum to
day. Purser Laurie J. K.ynu has tho
thanks of tho Bulletin for lato news
L. Adlor has a si-room cottage to
lot on Punchbowl street at tho low
rout of $18.
Paymaster IIobl), U. S. N., wifo
ami two chilthen, an hod by tho S.
S. Australia to-day.
Four musicians arrived on tho S.
S. Australia to-day for tho Provi
sional Govornmont band.
I?ov. Thomas Sptirgeon will bo on
tho noxl through steamer from the
Colonies for San Franeico.
donors" will bo presented by
in the near futtue.
Mr. A. T. xVtkinson, Inspector
Gonoral of Schools, left on tho S. S.
Claudino yesteiday for Maui.
The Hawaiian behoonorLiliu,Capt.
Hitehlield, was to have sailed from
Butaiitari about May 1st for Hono
lulu. Tho schooner "Norma," is offered
for bale by Theo. H. Davies Si Co.
It is suitable for the inter-island
Mis. J. H. Blount, wifo of Com
missioner Blount, returned from tho
Volcano on tho steamer Kinau this
Tho little missionary naphtha
schooner llii am Bingham anived at
Butaritaii hi Januaiy, li) days from
Mr. Chas. Noulhoff and Miss E.
Nordholl' toturned fiom a Hying trip
to tho Volcano on the steamer Ki
The steamer Kinau biought this
trip, besides a miscellaneous cargo
and a larinj list of uasseuj'ers. 10,32.")
bags of sugar.
A goodlv-sicd pineapple, grown
at Peat I City by Mr. ,)as. Torbeit, is
on exhibition in tho Pacific Hard
ware Co.'s window.
Admiral John Irwin lelinquished
command of tho Mare Island Navy
Yard on May 01 h, in order to laiso
his Hag over tho Asiatic Station.
Mis. T. K. Lucas loturned by to
day's steamer fiom a lengthened
visit to tho CoaM, where she went
for medical treatment and change
Johnny Wilson returned homo on
tho S. S. Au-)lialia fiom Stanford
Unhoisily loi vacation. Olaf Soien
sou and F. Andrade will lot urn on
Captain Chailes II. Tierney, who
is well known heie, had his hand
blown oil- while exploding dynamite
at Apaiang, in the Gilbeit group,
for tho puipoe of killing lish.
Mr. E. C. Maefarlano returned
from his visit to the Volcano, on
business of the Volcano House Co.,
by tho Kinau. Ho reports tho
"house of lire" in grand condition.
Tho bonelit concert to tho Hawai
ian National Band will take place
on Satuiday evening. Don't forgot
to be thoio and hear good music. A
nnmbor of local vocalists will ap
pear. Chief Ollicer Lawless was not on
tho S. S. Australia to-day, having
boon taken down with illnesi in San
Francisco. Second Ollicer Hawes
came as chief ollicer and Ern&t sec
Mr. Theo. Richards and Mrs.
Richards, nee Atheiton, loturned by
the S. S. Australia trom their honey
moon abroad. Mr. Richards will as
sume the Prineipalship of Kameha
Mayor Ellert of San Francisco
propose to have the lepers of that
city sent to Molokai. It is said tho
inmates of the lazaretto aro pleaded
at tho prospect of being sent to the
Threo moro Chine-e woro arrested
last night for hitting the pipe.
John will persist in I he use of the
drug. One Mongolian was run in
this morning for playing a tattoo on
a fellow cotinliymau.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Toler are
among the passongor- to leave by
the Austialia this day week. They
will lie gieatly misled by the many
warm fiiouds they have made iu
their pei iodic sojourns in the Pa
Mrs. W. G, Iiwin and child and
Mrs. Ivors were pus-ongors by the
S. S. Austialia. Mrs. Irwin returns
from an extended visit abioad, with
Mr. Irwin having gone away to at
tend tho wedding of her sister, Miss
Aileou Ivois, iu New York.
The Australia nails for San Fran
cisco on Woduo.sdny, the 21lh hist.
Intending p.isMjiigois ought to take
outtluougli tickets for limit' desti
nation, and Iheieby avoid the worry
of hunting up the dilleient hiokoi-s
and tickets scalpels in Sau Finn
ciseo, About the fiint aiisvvei iu leply to
quoiics for news on the S. S. Aiistia-
,11a to-day was the appointment of '
Coiiimissiouei J. 11. ISIount to suc
ceed .1. L. Sleveiih, as U. S. Minister
l'lenipoteiitiar,v. The appoint uieut
seeined lo have been exneeled bv
Received pei ,"s. S. Australia, Miiv
17, fiesli fiozon utnloin, flush sal
mon, siiioked salmon, t'ahfoi uia lob
Mur, coer,, caulilltivvo, oliyes iu
bull,, luvi'iridii uiniigon, Sicily
lemons, Mexican lime, ehiisjniitn,
ulu., ue. California Kiult Moikel,
Mutual Telephone i!78, '
LATE FOREIGN NEWS,
(Continual from 2d Paye.)
Judge Lochran, tho nowly ap
pointed Commissioner of Pensions,
on taking charge of his ollice, had
each of the 2tXK) clerks of tho bureau
presented to him in turn.
Henry Villnrd is reported to bo
figuring on a collateral trust loan of
Sli,(KX),0(X) for releasing tho floating
debt of tho Northern Pacitic.
Tho sailors of tho U. s, ships
Philadelphia and Newark gavo re
ceptions to the jack tars of all tho
foreign war vessels at Now Yoik.
A stampede was caused by Uro in
tho diessing tout at a circus per
formance at Johnstown, Pa. Some
of the weaker ones were borno down
and badly trampled in tho rush, but
but none wero fatally hurt.
Arrangements aro completed for
removing the remains of JolT-Davis
Carlylo Harris, tho young medical
student who was convicted of mur
dering Helen Potts, to whom ho had
boon secretly married, was executed
by electricity in Sing Sing prison on
tho 8th hist.
Mis. CliHiincoy M. Dopow died at
Now York on tho 7th.
President Cleveland has closed
tho door to oflieo seekers, and it is
Delieveu the members of his Cabinet
will do tho same to protect them
selves. San Diego Supervisors havo adopt
ed an ordinance closing saloous on
A train ran off tho track at Lafa
yotto, Indiana, at 1:15 a. m., 7th
mst.. and was wrecked. Ten men,
mostly railway employ eos, wore kill
ed and as many more peoplo in
jured. Sunday closing is vigorously on
forced at tho World's Fair, only
holders of passes being admitted.
John W. Hillmon, on whoso alleged
death his friends havo been trying
for 15 3 ears to collect about $10,000
insurance, has been discovered alno
on the Pacific Coast. Tho faco value
of tho policies has boon moro than
consumed in tho litigation.
A tight for .ftiOOO has been arranged
between Billy Smith and Jack Demp
sey. Wall streot has passed through a
panic. Wise ones say it mado a
needed cleaning out.
Tho United States Circuit Court
of Appeals has denied the applica
tion of tho Government for foifeit
uro of tho steamship Itata, conse
quently sho escapes scot free.
Thieo test cases have boon broutrht
against Chinese under tho Geary
leitrictioii act. The attorneys of
tho Southern Pacific Railroad havo
been engaged as counsel for tho
Liabilities of tho Union Loan and
Trust Company, Iowa, aro stated to
bo .?8,(KK),00(). One Now York bank
and its St. Louis correspondent hold
100,000 of tho paper.
Lizzie Borden was arraigned at
New Bedford, on tllo 8lh mst., for
the murder of hei parents nt Pall
River on August 1th. To every in
dictment she replied clearly, calmly
and steadily, "I am not guilty."
John M. Luning, reported to havo
gone insane on board his yacht
Aleit at Nice, has arrived homo at
New York, and his fiiends say ho
Tho dyuaniito defense guns will
bo mounted m San Prancisco next
News comes fiom Martinsburg, W.
Va., of tho doatli of Colonel Ward
H. Lamon, President Lincoln's pri
vate secretary and tho author of the
lilo ol tho martyred President.
Gladstono has offered the post of
poet laureate to John Ruskiu, tho
distinguished art critic and writer.
Lord William L'aulot is dead.
A loss of S1,000,(KK) was sustained
in the burning of Colcuinbet's rib
bon factory at St. Etienno, France.
The wedding of tho Duke of York
and tho Princess Victoria takes
place in July, either in London or
at Kow Church, where the bride's
mot her was mariied twenty-seven
years ago. It is said tho Princess of
Wales is anxious that the marriage
bo colobiated as quietly as possible.
Von Uulow, Prussian Minister to
the Vatican, is working hard to pro
cure an airaugemeut by which iiros-
stuo from the Vatican will be oxert
ed upon the Geunan Catholic
Bishops to tho end of obtaining
their support for the Government
iu the coining general elections for
Tho destitution which exists iu
I ho rural districts of Central and
Southeastern Russia has extended to
the piovincoof Simbeomk, in Gen
ual Russia, wlieie great suffering
and distiess prevail.
Pilgiimages to Rome will bo sus
pended during June, Julv and
August on account of influenza.
Moie than 50,000 cases of the dis
ease are icported in the city.
Russia has communicated to the
Pope her intention to send a perma
nent Minister to the Vatican.
ThoKussian Government proposes
to convene a commission of Jewish
inbliis iu September next to lake the
whole Jewish question into consider
ation and assist iu bringing it to a
llerr Ro.wndcovski, a member of
the Aiistiian Reishsrath, who owns
laud iu Russian Poland, vyhere he
occasionally spends some time, has
been expelled from 1'olaud with his
family by the Ittissiau authoiities.
Piny 'Councillor Von Hisuiarek,
eldest Inotlier of the ex-Chancellor,
The authorities of Uieinon havo
nidoioil a ijiiaiautiiiii against all ves
nels fiom 1' much pints.
Cholma is ineieasiug in Tobolsk
ill the vvesteil' government of
1U1IIUMI SI.V lllllll'N.Vl..
li. II Coiideil, of counsel for the
United Slates concluded his argu
ment liofoie the lleluiug Sea tii
huunl of aibilratiou vesteida'. lie
contended that the iiiodiin vivnudi
was a tetnporaiy abdicat ion of Amer
ican rights which thu United Hiatus
confidently loft to tho tribunal of
arbitration to uphold. In dealing
with tho question of damngos ad
vanced by Groat Britain, Coudort
said that tho British claims with re
spect to tho prospective catch woro
When Mr. Coudort finished Ins
speech Baron do Courcelles, presi
dent of tho tribunal, said to him:
"We thank you for the great ability,
liveliness and humor with which you
havo carried us over what would
otherwise havo boon rather a dreary
field of questions of fact."
G. O. T. Bartloy, Conservative,
moved an amendment to tho homo
rulo bill, to mako the first clause
read, "On and aftor the appointed
day there shall bo in Ireland a Legis
lature subordinate to Parliament."
Gladstone said that Bartloy's mo
tion overstepped the bounds of
parliamentary rulos. Bartloy ap
pealed to tho chairman, who decided
tho words admissablo. Gladstono
thereupon denounced tho amend
ment as implying distrust of tho
Irish Legislature on the part of
Parliament. Aftor considerable do
bato the amendment was rejected by
a vote of 202 to 257.
Edmund Yatos in his cablo gossip
sa3s: Something vory like- a split
has occurred botwoon Gladstono and
his youthful Homo Socrotarj'. As
quit n made a serious faux pas in
trying to rush tho omployors' liabil
ity bill, .and not only did the Pro
mior inflict on his solf-assortive
lieutenant an almost unparalleled
snub, publicly unsaying what ho
had said, but gavo him a warm talk
ing to in privato, and Asquith is not
of the mood to take his scoldings
lying down. When Gladstone loan
ed forwaid on Friday to add his
characteristic qualification to tho
positive assortion of tho mouthpiece
of the Government the Homo Secre
tary hardly took tho trouble to con
ceal his resentment.
Michael Davitt, anti-Parnollite
member for Northwest Cork, has re
signed his seat in Parliament, owing
to bankruptcy. Davitt's financial
troubles woro caused bv tho cost at
tendant upon tho North Meath elec
STJ10XQ WORDS FKOJl WILMAM.
The army bill was rejected in tho
Reichstag by a voto of 210 against
tho bill to 182 in favor of it. A re
script signed by tho Emporor, dis
solving tho Reichstag, was imme
Aftor a review of the troops on
tho Temple lloirorliold, Empoior
William commanded tho highest of
ficers of the guards to gather around
him and addressed them, saying:
l rusting to the patriotism of the
Reichstag, I hoped for tho uncon
ditional acceptance of tho army bill.
The result has caused mo doop dis
appointment and soi row. During
tho last fovv days passionato words,
which might bettor havo remained
unsaid among gentlemen, havo been
spoken. I was obliged to dissolve
tho Reichstag in the hope that a now
Reichstag would pass tho bill. 1 am
determined, in case this hope bo also
disappointed, to stake all in my
power to obtain tho enactment of
tho measure, for I am too thorough
ly convinced of its necessity as a
guarantee of tho peaco of Europe to
allow it to bo finally defeated.
"Wo are hearing much about the
excitomont of tho masses just now.
I do not think the Got man people
will allow themselves to bo excited
by irresponsible meddlers. On the
contrary 1 know 1 am in sympathy
with the princes of tho Fedeial
States, tho peoplo and the army. I
thank you, gontlemon, ior your loyal
interest. My desiro was to express
to you my views concerning the bill,
as I did when it was introduced."
The officers maintained absolute
silence throughout tho speech,
though evidently in doop sympathy
with tho Kaiser.
Tho tendency of tho public is to
ward tho conviction that the Em
peror is pointing straight for the
goal of the Prussian Reactionaries,
and that ho will not shun a conflict
with constitutionalism. The corre
spondent of the Associated Press
was assured officially this evening,
however, that tho Emperor did not
wish his speech to bo a menace to
the Roichstag or a challenge to con
flict. Tho speech is causing the greatest
excitement among tho people, and
there is a profound and widespread
impression that tho Emperor would
not hesitate to risk a conflict with
the now Reichstag should it prove
hostile to the bill.
Tho speech appears in the North
Gorman Universal Gazette in double
promiunuuu. Those who heard the
Emperor say ho spoke with unusual
emphasis, pausing at every word in
oniei to convoy the souse of his de
termination to abiilo by' his declara
tions. Leading men iu German polities
who heard the Fuiporor's speech
now consider that he has embarked
on a policy of Prussian high Tor'
ism, aud that the chances of tho
J reisinnige parly to bring about a
model ate liberal era havo vanished.
The U. S, S. Aleit has been
ordered lo return to Chemulpo, it is
niinuised that fiosh troubles have
begun at Coroa.
Tho Bank of Victoria, limited,
Melbourne, has suspended. The
statement last December showed
deposits of i.7,000,000. The failure
is a very important one. The bank
has many branches aud a Loudon
ollice. The capital of the bank is
X1,(MX),(HHJ. The liabilities are dou
ble that sum,
A hiinicaiie has swept the Now
llebiides group, South Pacific. The
whole sett lemuiit at Port Sandwich
was obliterated aud half of New
Caledonia siihiuoigcd. At Touio
the Hoods washed 10,(HXI tons of
nickel ore into (he sea aud filled the
mines with water aud wreckage.
The colleo plantations were swept
clean. The natives are hhelleiloss
i and destitute.
Thin -ear's seal fishery of New
foundland is the vvoint of theceu
iuiy. The average shares of the
men engaged is $10,77.
Theie in iuciea-ed excitement in
the pioviuco of Havana, (Julia,
owing to thu piodutory opurulious
of Manuel Garoia's band of guoril
las. They mado a dash into tho
town of Melona, pillaged tho place,
and cruelly shot down many do
Nicaragua revolutionists havo es
tablished a provisional govornmont
Tho Powers party to tho Samoan
treat' havo accepted the resignation
of Chief Justico Cedorkraut. and
Baron von Pilsach, president of tho
Privato advices from Brazil indi
cate that tho rebellion in Rio Grande
do Sul is more serious than tho Gov
ornmont is willing to admit. Tho
rebels aro supported by all of tho bet
tor class in the province, not except
ing tho landed proprietors aud mer
chants, and one docish o rebel victory
would cause the entiro population
to desert tho Government.
Canada is to have a telephone lino
across tho continent from Halifax to
Supremo Court Decision Work of
A unanimous decision of tho Su
premo Court, proparod by Justico
Froar, has been rondorod in tho case
of Kaahauui Lopez and Autouo J.
Lopez, her husband, bill for specific
performance. It sustains the decree
of tho same Court appealed from,
dismissing the bill on the ground
that tho attorney who oxeouted tho
agreement on bellalf of the defend
ants exceeded his authority. W. R.
Castle for plaintiffs; J. A. Magoon
James A. Low has filed a suit in
the First Circuit Court against John
M. Horner, for the recovery of
$1008.17. tho balance on a judgmout
against defendant and in favor of
Thomas Newell, in California over
15 years ago, said judgment having
been assigned by Nowoll's heirs to
tho plaintilt Low.
Nothing was ready for trial in tho
Circuit Court this forenoon.
Hearing on tho demurrer of de
fendant iu Provisional Gmorninont
vs. A. Herring, murder, will bo hoard
This afternoon Isabella Tellis vs.
A. and S. Trask, reploin, is on trial.
C. W. Ashford for plaintiff; A. Rosa
The Bark Leahi.
Tho Hawaiian bark Leahi arrived
at San Francisco on May 0, twenty
day's from Kahului, with a cargo of
sugar for J.D. Spreckels Bros. fc
Co. On May 8, when 100 miles west
of Point Reyes, a tremendous sea
broke on boaid tho vessel, which not
only swept the decks fore anil aft,
but also washed two of tho boats
out of tho davits. Tho crew saw tho
big wave in time to climb into tho
rigging aud save themselves.
The most painful cases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm; its continued use will cure
any case, no matter of how long
standing. It is equally beneficial for
lame back, pain m the side, pain iu
tho chest, lameness, and in all pain
ful affections requiring an external
remedy. A piece of flannel saturat
ed with Pain Balm and bound on
over the seat of pain is superior to
any plaster. For sale by sill dealers.
Benson, Smith fc Co., Agents for tho
S. S. Australia.
Tho steamer Australia, H. C. Houd
letto, commander, loft San Fran
cisco at 2 p.m., May 10, 189.'J, with
twoiity-six cabin anil tvvouty-two
steerage passengers, and twontv-foiir
bags of mails. Experienced fine
weather throughout tho voyage.
Arrived at Honolulu, May 17, at 0
Hood's Pills act especially upon
the liver, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural duties, cure constipa
tion and assist digestion.
On tho British ship Royal Sover
eign thoro aro 800 electric lights,
connected by .10 miles ol wire.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
Mrs. N. riolco
The combination of exrollont stomach
tonlea In Hood's h.irsaparlll.i Is such that,
with proper attention to dint, Indigestion
ondovcntlmwoistr.ii.es of dspepia nro
cured by this nieillclno. Head this:
' Having for 90ver.1l jrenii bieii greatly
troubled with Iiiillfjrstlmi, ami li-ivln toen
Hood's BartKip'irilUKilverllMeil, I concluded to
Rlvo It a trial '1 n my li ipplm'ii mill i!rent s.ills
Uction I ((mint It to Iih ilir oulr remedy for tills
oomnhinl " JIIik N. 1'iHitr, JM (ieirj Htrcct,
Haul r.iiK.Ui'11, ( al.
Hood's Pills art mill) jrt promptly and
flklrutly. ou Uiu liver uml bow 1 H. ttfic.
OOTTAOE TO LET.
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