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mu umiii uuujuuiiir.
MONDAY, MAY 29, 1893.
Sumiay, May '28. '
Am bktno Irmgnrd, Schmidt, 0 days, 23
hours from Ban Francisco
Btmr Claudlno from Maul
Btmr Mlkahala from Kaunt
Monday. May i!0.
0 & O 8 S Qnello from Hongkong and
Monday, May 20.
Am bk 0 I) Bryant, Jacobsen, for Ban
Stmr.Jas Makco for Kapna at 0 a in
Btmr Waimanalo for Moloknl and Maul
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Btmr Iwalanl for Makawcll at 5 p m
Vossols IiOaving To-morrow.
0 it 0 S S Bolgtc, I'carnc, for Ban Francisco
in iu a in
Btmr Kinati for Maul and Hawaii at 2 p in
Btmr Mlkahala for Kauai at S m
Btmr Claudlno for Maul at o p m
Bohr Mahimahi for Walanao
Stun Mokolll for Molokal
Oarfroos from Island Forts.
Btmr Mlkahala 12S0 lines sugar, 5 bulls, 2
horses, -18 bags pia, 75 pkgs sundries.
Btmr Claudlno yift!) bags sugar, f!0 bags
bonos. 81 bags corn, 81 bag potatoes,
30 hides, 1 hors-e, 02 hogs, 115 pkgs
" From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Mav 28
WE Row oil, J A Palmer, OH Bishop,
II Willgcroth. Jas Morse, 11 Dyer, Mi
Arehor, Miss Archer, R W T Purvis, MKs
MoBrydc, Mr and Mrs Mollor, Dr Nnka
wnda, S Bhida, Mr and Mrs Hanalku, Ning
Gang, and 37 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudinc, May 28
Glaus Bpreckcls, R Sprockols, Mrs Is JIo
Guire, W M Gilrard, tiss 0 Alexander, 0
M V Forster and wifo, Mrs Sproull and
infant, H Deacon, A Young, Mrs H Knia,
M D Monsarrat, L I? Hughes, J Dowling
and wife, F H Havsclden, Mr Innes, J A
Magoon, W H Cornweli, F M Hatch,
Father Bonifaco, R Strauch, J-W Kalua,
Lan Chong, and 28 deck.
Tho schooner Mahimahi will leave to
morrow afternoon for Waianao, and will
continuo to sail the same day weekly.
Tho American bktne Irmgard, Schmidt,
arrived yesterday, 9 days 23 hours from
San Francisco a quick trip. Experienced
lavorauie wcatuer tnrougnout tnc trip.
Tho American bark C. D. Bryant, Cai
tain Jabobsen, sailed out tho harbor tins
afternoon for the Coast with 23,084 bags
sugar, valued at 123,017. 19. The shippers
were H. Hackfeld.ifc Co., 18,031 bags; M. B.
Grinbaum & Co., 7050 bags.
There is nothing I havo over used
for muscular rheumatism that gives
mo as much relief as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm does. I havo boon using
it for about two years four bottles
in all as occasion required, and al
ways keep a bottle of it in my homo.
I boliovo I know a good thing when
I got hold of it, and Pain Balm is
tho best limmont I havo over met
" with. W. B. Denny, dairyman, Now
Lexington, Ohio. 50 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Bonsou1,
Smith & 'Co., agents for the Hawai
THE GAELIC ARRIVES.
An Indian Prince and Retinue Stay
The O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, Captain
Pearne, arrived off port at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon. She did not
come into port because she had only
U)0 tons ol cargo lor this port, lie
sides a numbor of notables in tho
cabin, who havo decided to stay over
until tho next boat, there are 129
Chinese passengers in the steerage.
Captain Pearne reported to H.
Hackfold & Co. that with tho excep
tion of a fow, no passougors could
bo taken horo, unless they wont with
the Chinese stoorago passengers.
Tho fortuuatos who havo been
able to secure berths aro: Liout.
Ehlors, Liout. Eggors, Mr. Heap,
Baron do Tuyll and Dr. Griffiths.
No other cabin passongors will bo
taken, although a numbor of Hono
lulu people aro booked.
Among tho cabiu passongors by
the Gaelic who will stay over aro:
H. H. the Nawab of Rampin, accom
panied by his five servants; M. Bud
dor, Addal Majidkahn, Abdah Sam
mod Kahn, Captain Coliin, G. E.
House, Captain Falheyab Khan, R.
Matsmura, M. Faraki, Mrs. Sym,
Miss Blair, I. C. Syne and H. V.
Tho Gaelic will leave for San
Francisco at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, tho regular mail closing
an hour earlier.
The promptness and certainty of
its euros havo made Chamborlaiu's
Cough Remedy famous. It is in
tended especially for, coughs, colds,
croup aud whooping coughs, and is
tho most effectual remedy known for
theso diseases. Mr. C. B. Main, of
Union City, Pa., says: "I havo a groat
salo on Uliamuorlain s Uougii Romo
dy. I warrant every bottlo and havo
novor hoard of ono failing to givo
entire satisfaction." 50 cent bottles
for Bale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
Magic and Music.
Prof. Ruchwaldy will make his
first appoaranco at tho Opera IIouso
on Saturday night, Juno 10, iu a
grand magical, psychical and musical
entertainment, entirely now to Hono
lulu. Tho professor was decorated
by the King of Siam with the royal
gold medal previous to his departure
for this country, and according to
tho press notices there is no doubt
ho will produce a grand entertain
ment. Tho most painful cases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a fow ap
plications of Chamborlaiu's Pain
Balm; its continued iiho will cute
any case, no matter of how long
standing. It is equally beneficial for
Inino back, pain in the side, pain iu
tho chorttj lameness, mid iu all pain
ful affections requiring an external
remedy. A piece of llannol nat unit
ed with I'ain Balm and bound on
over tho scat of pain is superior to
any plaster, For salo by all doalorn,
Butisou, Smith i!c Co., Agents for thu
Diamond Head. 8 u. m. Wonthor.
cloudy; wind, light northoast.
G. E. Bonrdmau mnkos somo altor
ations iu bis "to lot" list. Road, it
Glaus Sprockols returned from
Maui on tho stomnor Olaudino yos
torday. Tlio publio schools will closo to
morrow, Docofntion Bay, at 12
Tho Crosconts aud ICaniohamohas
will play ball at 3:80 o'clock to-morrow
Mr. Jns. Cnmpboll and
Sprockols havo signed
Two Chinamen wore arrested this
afternoon for stealing guavas from
Tho Sous of Merry Eugland moot
for business iu their hall this ovon
ing at 7:30 oclooL
Lodge Lo Progres, A. F. & A. M.,
will hold its regular mooting this
ovoning at 7:30. Business of impor
tance. Tho P. G. band wilT-play at tho
Hotel this ovoning for tho benefit of
passengers by tho O. & O. S. S.
Tho U. S. (iruisor Boston loft tho
harbor at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon
for a cruiso to Lahainn. On tho
way sho will engage in gun practice
Frionds attending funeral of J. S.
Walker should bo punctual, as
Memorial Day exorcises aro to bo
held in tho cemetery to-morrow
To-morrow forenoon at 10 o'clock
is the timo fixed for tho sale of Mr.
Malcolm Brown's furniture. His
houso is situated on Nuuanu Avonuo,
a fow doors abovo Vineyard street.
T. H. Davies & Co.'s store was
closed at noon to-day as a mark of
respect for tho late Mr. J. S. Walker.
Tho British Consul's Hag was Hying
at half mast high for the same cause.
A false alarm was rung for a sup
posed fire on Borotania street at
8:30 o'clock Saturday night. Tho
firo department responded, and were
rewarded with tho remark, "false
Mr. W. L. Wilcox recoivod his
commission as Associate Judge of
tho District Court this morning.
As Judge Foster was otjiorwiso en
gaged there was no session this
Tho flag on tho Government
building and tho consular flags in
town, besides tho flags on several
business houses, aro flying at half
mast out of respect to tho late Hon.
J. S. Walk'er.
L. J. Levoy will hold a special salo
of dress goods, curtains, champagne,
TTrtI.T viif.'illn nlnnsnn 1..... .(
-1..1.U111UJ IUqUIIU I-I1V.I31I1U UUdlj UIVj,
at 10 o'clock to-morrow. This salo
was incorrectlj' advertised this
morning as by Jas. F. Morgan.
Marshal Hitchcock lias issued a
special order to Captain Itobort
Parker to detail men from each
watch of tho police force as an
escort to tho Geo. V. DoLong Post,
G. A. R., to-morrow afternoon.
Three bluojackots from tho U. S.
cruiser Boston jumped overboard
last night and swam ashore. Ono
returned again to tho ship, and the
other two M. Sporry and Strat-
moyor wore captured by tho police
The annual social of tho Stranger's
Friond Society will be held to-morrow
ovoning (Tuohdaj'), at 7:30
o'clock, at tho Waikiki residence of
Mrs. Robert Lowers. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all members
aud friends of tho Society.
His Excellency J. H. Blount,' 0. S.
Minister, and Admiral Skorrott wit
nossod tho baseball gaino on Satur
day afternoon. Mr. Charles Nord
hotr, correspondent of tho New
York Herald, sat between the other
distinguished gentlemen in the
It is roported that Mr. F. M.
English, tiie musician, essayist aud
bonifaco, well known for years past
iu Honolulu, has been married in
San Francisco to Mrs. Clara Bono
nee liomort. Xho ovont wa.s expec
ted when Mr. English loft horo a
fow weeks ago.
There was to bo a public mooting
to discuss tho proponed now
treaty matter at Emma Square this
ovoning. Since tho later nows has
been recoivod about the treaty's be
ing loft with Mr. Blount to negotiate
hero, tho projectors have concluded
to indefinitely postpone tho moot
ing. The Myrtle Boat Club will meet
this ovoning when a full attendance
is requostod. Tho Myrtles want the
Healams to set the ciiampiousnip
race for July 1th, but tho latter
want it to come off iu September,
boating season, so thoy say. Unless
tho Myrtles givo iu thoro will bo no
race this year.
Tho trial of the four girls who
wore captured by Captains Juen and
Sohleinnior aud associates on Fri
day night, and charged with keep
ing a disorderly house, will come up
iu tlio District Court to-morrow.
Somo dark hints aro being rumored
about the way the ollicers handled
tho girls, which will come out iu
Tho Weekly Bulletin was pub
lished this morning. It is an un
usually interesting numbor, contain
ing as it does .1. L, Slovens' San
Francisco Address, T. If. Davie.V
article 011 the Hawaiian Situation,
Nordhoirs Interview with Clans
Sprockols, tho Nordhou" Citation Fi
asco, etc. Koiuoiiibor to send a copy
to your friends abroad.
Francis Molvillo Wakefield was
to-day granted a license by Chief
Justice Judd to piactico law iu all
the courts of the Hawaiian Islands.
Ho had picMHitcd lot tern of doui.a
tiou aud curtilicalus of Ids IiuIiil' an
attorney of tlio .State of Colorado,
having previously Mirvod live years
as a student at law of tho Law So
ciety of Upper Cauudu,
Proceeding of the Mooting Hold This
At tho regular mooting of tho Ex
ecutive and Advisory Councils hold
this afternoon wore prosont: Minis
ters Dolo (President), Kiug, Porter
and Smith; Councillors Dnmou (Vico
Prosidont), Hatch, Etnmoluth, Allon,
Watorhouso, McChosnoy, Tonnoy,
Young, Nott, Wildor, Bolto and
Minister Porter road tho wookty
financial statomont, as follows:
Cash on hand,
May 20, 1893, $3G,-
salo of bonds,
General expenses for wook, $6601.
56. Availablo cash, May 27, 1893, $56,
911.78. Outstanding indebtedness:
Treasury notes, 11,000.
P. M. G. notes, .?169,000.
Treasury notes, S9000.
P. M.G. notes, $130,000.
POSTAL SAVINGS BANK MEMO.
Excess of paymouts ovor receipts
during this ponod, $37,521.36.
Total notices withdrawals, P.S.B.,
to date, 13,085.
Duo depositors this date, $509,
202.98. Notices maturing this date, $5628.
Estimated deposits for mouth of
. Excess withdrawals ovor doposits
for week, $1S17.56.
Cash on hand, P. S. B., this day,
Expenses Provisional Government
to date, $61,875.53.
Expenses Provisional Government
during week, $677. "
SECTION TWO MEMO.
Paid to date, Section 2, Appropri
ation Bill, $143,211.60.
Outstanding bills, $17,000.
TREASURY OASII MEMO.
Silver in treasury to redeem certi
Road Board fund in treasury, $35,
803.36. School Board fund iu treasury,
Availablo cash, as above, $56,911.
78. Total cash in treasury, $105,881.1-1.
Tho bill to amond tho Stamps Act
was road by tho Secretary.
Mr. Allon prosoutod a minority re
port, recommending different provi
sions in part from those of the bill
roported by a majority of tho Judi
It was agreed to consider tho
minority bill with that of tho major
ity. Also, on motion of tho Attornoy-Gonoral,
that tho original bill
bo considered at the same timo.
Attorney-General Smith moved
tho adoption of tho original bill.
When tho Stamp Act was intro
duced it mot with a great deal of
opposition. It was purely a rovonuo
measure. Iu experience tho opposi
tion wore awa, as tho law was
found to bo a source of rovenuo
without tho burden boing folt. For
tho poriod ondiug March 31, 1888,
tho rovonuo thus derived amounted
to $99,821.50. Groat attoution was
given to tho amendment of tho law
by the lato Ministor of Finauco, Mr.
Widemann, and his succossor, Mr.
Macfarlano. Tho rate was placed at
$2 in tho thousand on stock valua
tions. That idea of tho tax being
so burdonsoino ho hold to bo a
fallacy. Ho thought tho idea so
strenuously urged bj' different mem
bers that they should not go into
unnecessary legislation ought to ap
ply in this case. Tho bill originally
introduced was simply to prevent
evasions of tho tax in the transfer of
corporation stocks on tho books.
With $10,000 or $50,000 a year com
ing from this source, tho speaker
urged it was not right to abolish
it, just because some peoplo did
not want to pay tho tax. It was .not
burdonsoino to anybody. You say a
poor woman has to pay tho tax on a
hundred dollars of stock. Sho would
havo to pay just 20 cents. Anyone
who made a deal of $100,000 could
ail'ord to pay tho tax in proportion.
Mr. Emmeluth asked a question,
eliciting fuller explanations of tho
law from tho Attornoy-Gonoral.
Mr. Tonnoy, introducer of tho
original bill, also gave explanations.
Mr. Allen contouded that it was
not the 11101103' so much as the an
noyance which made tho tax un
AttoriiojsGonoral Smith replied to
a running firo of questions and ob
jections, claiming tho law was easily
understood aud, as a useful revenue
measure, ought to stand. In answer
to Mr. Emmeluth ho said iu tho case
of a secretary soiling 25 out of 50
shares, tho stamp must bo on tho
sold shnros; there was no tax on
shares that did not change owner
ship; tho responsibility for having
tho required stamps affixed was tho
Mr. Morgan cousidorod it would
lie unjust to tax ono person on a
transfer of $5(X) of other property,
and lot another person free 011 a
transfer of $10,000 worth of stock.
Aftor remarks by Messrs. Wildor
and Young, supporting tho principle
if the tax, tho Attornoy-tjonoral
moved tlio inuoiiniio postponement
tho minority bill. Carried.
Mr. Wildor moved tho indelinito
postponement of the majority bill.
Mr. 1 latch moved amendments to
the original bill, which woro accepted
by tho Attorney General. Tho bill
then passed to second reading.
Ministor Porter stated that it was
l.lt. .I....!... i. liiriwt liv tlui klfmnii.r
Gaelic, and ho did not wish to leave
mn iiuoiiu ... ........ .v ... ..............
before his successor was appointed.
llohiii'i'onted that his resignation bo
ai-i-optcd to lake elTect to-day, aud
that .Mr. Damon bo appointed forth-
with. In tendering his resignation
- 1 he desired to express his souse of the
nleasaut relations inai iiuu oxisiou
bet ween his colleagues aud himself,
Ho could miv that ho was never as
sociated witli so harmonious a body
Attornoy-Gonoral Smith, in mov
ing tho nccoptanco of Mr. Porter's
resignation, wished to place on re
cord his appreciation of tho oxcol
lont services rendered by Mr. Portor.
Tho financos had boon brought to a
good condition by tho retiring Min
lstor aud his prodocossor Mr. Jones.
Mr. S. M.Damon was unanimously
dloctod Minister of Finauco on tho
nomination of Mr. Tonnoy.
Tho Councils then wont into oxo
JOHN S. WALKER.
A Votoran Publio Man Gone to His
Hon. Jolin S. Walker died at 8
o'clock this morning aftor a long
and painful illuoss, at the ago of
about 73 yoars. Tho funoral will
tako placo from his lato rosidoiice,
Nuuanu avonuo, at 2 o'clock, p. in.,
to-morrow. Mr. Walker's career has
been notoworthy as well as long.
His death romovos ono of tho most
familiar figures from tho public and
private lito of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Somo of tho loading particulars of
his careor aro given below. Tho de
parted gentleman was universally
respoctod for his qualities of head
and heart and will bo gonorally
John Smith Walker was born in
Abordcon, Scotland, July 10, 1820.
From this fact it goes without as
sertion" that ho recoivod a good edu
cation. At tho ago of 17 ho" emi
grated to Canada, landing at Quebec,
from whence ho proceeded to Wis
consin. Whilst tlieroj ho scored as
a monibor of tho Wisconsin Legis
1816 aud 1817. Ho
years prospecting in
I lie load initios of that State and at
Galena, Illinois. Mr. Walker cross
ed the plains to California in 1851,
and, aftor a short stay at Sacra
mento, wont to Marysvillo and took
up storokeopiuj'. Tho climate not
suitiug-him ho took tho advice of
frionds to como to tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. Ho arrived at Honolulu on
tho 13th of Novoinbor, 1851, being
a follow passenger on tho samo vessel
with tho lato Father Hormann who
died Bishop of Olba, and Father Loo
nor and Mr. Geo. Galbraith. It took
somo timo for his health to como up
to a tolerable standard ovon in this
climate, aud in the meautimo ho got
acquainted with business pooplo and
became attached to the couutry. His
first employment lioro'was as a book
keeper with H. Hackfold & Co., and
next in tho samo capacity with Thos.
Spoucor. Between both firms, back
and forth, ho put iu his timo until 1861,
when Mr. Walker started businoss
for himself as an importor aud ship
broker. In 1871 ho bocamo Ministor
of Fiuanco in KingKalakaua's Cabi
net, and on leaving tho Ministry in
1876 ho entered tho firm of W. G.
Irwin & Co.,. remaining as 0110 of
tho partners until 1880, when ho
again bocamo Ministor of Finance as
well as Attoruoy-Gonorol ad interim.
This timo ho hold ministerial office
two years, and was afterward ap
pointed Auditor - General. Mr.
Walkor was a monibor of tho Houso
of Nobles under tho old Constitu
tion, when tho position, was given 03
tho Crown for life. Nobles boiug
mado elective by the Constitution of
1887, Mr. Walkor was olected for tho
six-3'ear term in 1890. Ho was Presi
dent of the Legislature for tho ses
sions of 18S6, 1890 aud 1892, in which
positiou ho evinced a thorough
knowledffo of parliamentary prac
tice and the strictest impartiality.
Mr. Walkor was a member of tho
Privy Council of State from tho ac
cession of Kalakaua to the deposi
tion of Liliuokalani, and held posi
tions on tho various Boards subordi
nate to tho Government Educa
tion, Health, Immigration. Mr.
Walkor was regarded as tho head of
tho National Reform part3r from its
organization in the election cam
paign of 1890. His counsol was al
ways sought in important public
matters b3 his political associates.
For many yoars past Mr. Walker's
private business has been that of an
insurance ngotit, representing several
strong British companies. Ho also
did considerable in tho ship broker
In 1866 Mr. Walkor married Miss
Jano Molntyro, sister of Air. H. E.
Mclntyro and born iu Honolulu,
whom ho loaves with a family of live
sons and fivo daughters. His oldest
sou named aftor him has been con
ducting the business of tho office
since tho father's health broke down
shortly aftor tho closo of last Legis
lature. Mr. Walkor had to absent
himself from tho President's chair
different times in tho latter part of
tho session owing to illness. One of
tho daughters of tho lamented gen
tleman is the wifo of Mr. E. Faxon
Bishop, of tho linn of C. Brewer Ss
Mr. Walkor was a monibor of
Lodge lo Progros do l'Ocoauio, A.
F. tc A. M. Ho wore several Hawai
ian aud Japanese decorations.
DEATH OF JAMES GAY.
An Old Kamaaina Passes Away
Aftor a Short Illness,
Jninos Gay, tlio woll-known ranch
man of Waialua, died in Honolulu
at 12 o'clock noon yostorday, aftor
an illness of about four weoks. Mr.
Gay was Hulloring from lung com
plaint and a sovoro couh, but tho
unmudiato eatiso of lu death was
tho kick by a youii,' colt at his ranch
at Waialua. Thu deceased was very
anxious about tho throo-yoar-olu-Kaiulani--as
ho expected her to do
good work iu thu races on Juuelllh,
aud wont down to his country resi
dence to personally look aftor hor
training, when he met with tho acci
dent, Dr. Troiiboau attended him
to the last. .Sunday morning, Mr.
Gay called his wife and daughter to
Ins Douhiuo anil told tiiem mat no
,,, i.. . l.l- I !li
10" cnango. i weiyo o ciocii wii
IJU Illy Willi), niiiii urn iiiik niJiiiB) iiuu
as tho clock struck tho hour ho ex
pired. lames Gay was born in Tasmania,
Australia, on Nov. l'.l, 1811, and
was consequently about 52 years of
ago. Ho arrived iu Honolulu about
the timo that Kaiuehamuha IV. died,
iu 18(i:i, and aftor a short stay re
turned to his homo iu Tasmania.
Ho roturnud tho following your and
hung out a shinglo as survoyor.
Finding tho surveying businoss
rathor slow, ho wont to Hawaii and
purchased a sheop ranch, which lio
afterward sold. Ho then took a fly
ing trip to Sau Francisco. Aftor his
return ho took a sixty years' lease of
tho Mokuloia ranch at Waialua, from
a Portuguese. This loaso ho hold at
tho timo of his domiso. Tho ranch
contains several hundred head of
cattlo and horses. Of the lattor
ho was tho ownor of beautiful blood
ed stock. Ainony his racing animals
wore Senator Stanford, wmich do
foated ovory animal ho mot on the
track last year, tho black mnro Lo
lokulani, which at a private trial
beat Stanford, aud a vor3 fast tlirco-3'oar-old,
Mr. Ga3 loaves a wife aud seven
children four girls and three boys
to mourn thu loss of a kind and
iudulgont father. Mr. Thos. W.
Ga3', manager of tho Kahoolawo
shoop ranch, is a brother of tho do
coasod, wliilo tho Mossrs. Ga3 on
Kauai aro half-brothers. It is under
stood Mr. Gay loft a goodly 3oarly
incomo to each of his children, as
well as placiug his wifo in comfort
The funoral took placo this after
noon from tho rosidouco of Mrs. J.
Ailnu, Kukui street.
GENERAL S. 0. ARMSTRONG.
Death of tho Famous Hawaiian Sol
dier and Educator.
Tho sad nows has boon recoivod of
tho death of General S. C. Armstrong
at Hampton, Va. Tho deceased was
born at Wailuku, Maui, his father
boiug tho Rov. R. xVrmstrong, ono of
tho early missionaries sent out from
Now England -to Hawaii. Aftor
finishing his education on tho
islands, Mr. Armstrong wont to Cali
fornia where ho dovotod himself to
business pursuits. On tho outbreak
of tho Civil War ho wont oast and
enlisted as a private soldior, taking
part iu many engagements, aud
showing great bravery in tho battlo
iiold for which ho received tho rauk
Aftor tho war Gonoral Armstrong's
attention was called to tho uocess
for educating tho nowby freed negro
children, who at that time1 wore be
ing brought up in sloth and igno
rauco. He took charge of an indus
trial school at Hampton, Va., and
dovotod tho most of his timo and
onorgies to tho uplifting of tho negro
race. In this ho succeeded so well
that tho Hampton Institution bo
camo celebrated throughout tho
length aud breadth of tho laud as an
oxaniplo of what properly-directed
onorg3T could do for tho neglected
Gonoral Armstrong alwa3s retain
ed a strong aloha for tho land of his
uativit3', as was evidenced b3 his
coming all tho way to Honolulu iu
1890 to attend tho Jubileo celebra
tion of Oahu College. His death
will bo doopl3 regretted by inau3
friends both hero and abroad.
Bessie Do 3-ou boliovo in a girl's
boiug religious? Jossio Yes; the
church bollo is prett3' sure to got a
a wedding ring.
Mr. O. II. Card
Made Over Anew
Chronic Hoadacho Curcd Woak
Lungs Mado Strong and Well.
" For years I had sick headache 3 every day, and
1 also had rerj ivruli Iiiu". lilnco 1 have
been Liking Hood's S-irs-iiiarllla, I haTe
been entinlycuifd of headaches, and my
limx aro strong and well. Friends often say
How Well You'ro Looking.
I tell them It It duo to Hood's Sarsaparllla. I
am small In staluro never weighed over
loo pounds heforo taking Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla, and at tlio timo I began taMng It I had
run down to 65 pounds, but now I weigh
11 l'i. My friends thought I would be drad
Ioufj nco, hut I am perfectly well. I nm
unable to express my thanks for tho good
has done mo." Mkh. C. II. C'Aiti), l-'lfi Adeline
Street, Oakland, California.
Hoo'J'n Pills euro u.l I.Hcr Ills, nillous
ness, Ja'in'lii'0, Indigestion, si 'c Headache.
Iiodgo le Progres do l'Ocoauio, No. 124,
rpiIEHE WILL HE A MEETINd OP
X l.oduu lo Proven ile I'Oceanie, No. l'JI.
at itM hall on Iviiiu street. Iiutwuun lletlie
imil Kort, THIS (Moinhiy) EVEMNIi,
May 2), at 7:30 o'cloek, for
Kwh'i.mi Monthly Kchinkhh.
Member n! Hawaiian l.uilg and all
i-ujoiirniui; Brethren am fraternally Invited
to lie pre. cut.
Jly order (if llio W. M.
rpiIL UNTIUi: Kl'ltNlTlTUi: OK Mlt.
JL . V. Wi-eilnu'ri Itealdeiiee, Aluiuil
Kticet, ixnllered at l'lMVATE HALIJ. It
ennhiMi- of 1'iulor, DiiiliiK Komii and
Kitelien Furniture, Handsome l'ilioU
t ii red Lounge ami Hookers, Ito.ewood
I'iiino, Miiftilve lllaek Walnut ( arved Hide
licmrd and Marlde-toii Center Tulile, An
!liUeOal( liming Tnlileand I'lialr; 1-adlo-.
INeritutre, I lielloiiler, llaniUoine l.llirury
Ta'ile, i liimdelier, Kiuynia and Ajunlmtcr
Hoes, ariei ami Lire Curtain; btove
and L'huiI KiiuIiuii Furniture, Care of
bullied lliriln ami u Clioieu l.ot ot I'lnnta.
ltp Uou4 oiiuii ouuh afternoon from
;o 0 o'clock. 73S-31
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light and JMrk Ground Effects" Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTOX OllAPE
In Pink, Cream, I.lylit Blue, Cardinal and lilnok;
FINE I'laUllKD MUSLINS IN NEW DKBIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Sootoli Ginghams, Brocaded A: Plain Clmmbric-!,
Klder-dott 11 in Pink, Cream nnd Baby Blue,
Polka But MuhIIiis, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLKTE ASSOUTMKNT OK
In Fluids, Oheoks and Stripes.
Itt- Come and tco thu White Goods wo aro selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for 1. "VA
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLKOUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
THURSTON, Minister at Washington.
WILDER, Consul at San Francisco.
As T like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will be known as the
DRY GOODS STORE
TRUNKS . AND .'. VALISES,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Popular German Dry Goods Store,
7 5 FORT'STREET 7 5
NEW GOODS !
IB. IF. BHLERS & CO.
99 FORT STRHJEJI".
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GKEAT VAK1KTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE nnd COLOKKD-Jtis.t suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS-A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO I'ONaEE-OKKAT NOVELTIES
SilltELliri and "Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
ZW Dressmaking Undor the Management of MISS K. CLARK. &3
PER 11AHK "C. I). UKYANT"
OP ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN TIIK I.ATKriT I'ATTKIt.NH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with tho Lntuat Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebralcd Cottage .Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
l'OU SALE Ii Y
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & GO,,
King htri'et, oppo. Castle A Cooke.
SHAYINC, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
- AT Till.
Queen Street Sliaying Parlors
(Nuxttloor to Morguu'v unction room)
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc, Etc.
1 Furnished 1 Tonne at l'alama near lle-
fornintory Sehool $! per Month.
1 Cottuuo on iloretania Street $25 iht
1 Cottage on Deretania Street JIM per
1 Cottage on lleretunia Street, opposite
I co Works.
3 StoreH on N'uuaim Street, near Bere-
1! Lots mill a KiHli Piinilu nn
me ronu to wuikiki.
House and Ixit on lieretanla street near
l'onssncohi. I,ot 'JO0 feet frontage and
HO feet deep.
AIko, n Valuable Illock of llrlek Ilulltl-
lugs in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
.. -- ..-- , . ....., u
FOR J3ALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Itci'om mended specially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight,
l'OU SALE Y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
ACOTTAH1! TO LET ON
uuar ljuceu' Hospital; KIx
ItooiiiB. Kent fit. Aimlv
to I ADLEK,
VA Nuuanu st,, Hoot & Shoo store.
A (1KHM.YN WOMAN WANTS
J.X. ucnerat uounework. Appl