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OARJ RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
HltOM AND AFTKU JUNK 1, lK'JJ.
To Ewa Mill.
l.cnve 1'eiul City
Arrlvi- Kwh Mill.
l-onve Kna .Mill ..
Inve IVnrl I'ltv..
1J. Hall v.
I!, tiuiidnyit uxenpted.
1). :ittirM)ii excepted.
Ju guilt a UklJn.
TUESDAY, APU1L 3, 185M.
Tukmivy. April 3.
Am vhr Occnulft Vance, Anderson, (17 davs
from Nowenstle. X 8 V
Am l He.per, fodcrgren, Uilnys from
Newi'ailv, X H V
tmr WJ n 1 1 from llnwnll ami Mnul
TttLiiiAr, April 3.
Am ychr Allen A, Behave, fur San Krnii-
jlrlt tk Xanllpjio, for lloyal ltonls, n ('
Stmr kllauca Hon for f-auiiahoelioe, I'o
liakuniaiui, Hakalau, Hon u ami
IVpecKen at 4 ii in
HtmrUlauillne for Kahtilul, Koanac, liana.
Hfimua, KIpnliulu.Xuu, l'aaitliaii. Ku-
kalau at 6 n m
HtinrMllmliula for Nawlllulll. Kj.lon. Kli-
lo, Maiwvvell, Walmca.aml kolmUi.t
ntmrlxjuliinl for Navvllltvill. Koloi, Moka
well, itlinca mid Kiknlin at fl p m
Hlmr Walalcalo for l.almlnu, Knkitllmclo
nml llunokan m (in in
Stmr U-luin fur nlowiilti, I'naulmii, Kiikul-
Iiaele ami Ookala al 4 ti m
rJlmr t'cli) for Makawi-ll a' 4 p i
Voiaola Loavlnir Xo-inorrow.
Aiu tulir O.M KuIIojjk, lvrrion, for Man
Am Mud (Icncvn, Nullnin, for San Kran-
Knr Kanal, rier Muir Ivvnlnnl, April 3
Jn.lfo l.icimtnn, J y (larvlo.
liir Kniinl, iiomlmr Mlknliala, April .'I -
X Kl,m,!.",."'.t'.ft .,,lco' A " ,lt'. Mr Hem
pinch, Itjlpli Wilcox.
Foreign Vuisola Expoctod.
n t o v 4 nn..u.. i ii i
Am liktua DNi'uvvry, from ttau rnuirUco,
Am bk Amy Tumor, from New York. July
Am lk AliUn lW-,ns, frll,, from tinii Krnii.
Am hk Aiuili. Joliiimiii, Itm-k, for lllto
An. I.L-t,... tl... Il.l-.i. ui .
nil). .nir n
Kuliui,i.:;i,M;r;J " "",'"",m' ",r . "t"vo lliun twohu. Japanese.
A,,,H.' KmuiX' Ji,Hrlnu,on,,m, 'r'" CtcllloM of Samuel Ehrlich, bank
Am lik Ni'nlmv, Mollvstiu, from Now- "tit, aro nolilicd to prove their
t,..1' NS U. . . .. ,",,s ,w,fw l" Cin-uil Ci.urt iii
A:!:,:S?;rtt I",:,ln-v mv nml m ,,.", "
Ilk M Hackfi'M. from I.lverswl, Jiiiih 1-15 vci "" "ssiguoo or nssigneos.
icr ns j , uinnv, triim Llvirpool, Apr l-lo
VosdoU in Fort.
Ch8 riilliuli'lplila, Marker, from fnllao.
II S H AiIuiiik. XeUon. from a entice
II I J .M hTi'kaclillio, Xoiuuru.from Japun
Am likiiii V II Dimuml, MNon, from
Am 4 miixttil K'lir KIiik Cynin. ClirlMlnn-
fen, from Nfwcalle. X ei V
Am MIlonury pieket Mornlnj,' Star, flar-
Iml, from tliu Hoiuli hViu
Am J.iiintluil i.elir Aloha, Dabel, from rjau
Am kvlir Alice f.iki, lVnhallmv, from
Am uliip Oculilental, Mo tie, from II ('
Aiutulir U W llartlett, ol.eii, from Xew-
cuilo. X H V
Hdir ilnl.leii bliore, lllrkliolm, from New.
enitl", X H V
Jap Mmr AlkokuMaru, riirnkana. from
Am 4-iiiastid telir l.yman I) Konter,
Drejcr, from Neucuttlu, X H V
The M'linoner Uolilen Shore iq.nuiK her
Jiowiiprll on the plicae from Xcweunt e,
X. h w. It was laiihed upand the trio
iimilu w Ithout further mUhup.
The ncliouiiT lleeanla Vance, t'uptiiin
Alulursop, arrived oil ixirt lo-ihiv, 117 ilus
from Nuwcustle, X. H. V., with footoiiHbf
cnnlfor tho SirrckeUvlllo riantullon, Ka
hiilnl, Hum. tilio will leave for that place
Tliu turn til... 1 I .......I.. O..I .1, .
...-.. ...., i r, vuiillllll ni'UUlIt. Milled
to-day for Kan 1'rancNco, sith ShVjIwi;. .
hiiimp .t...l..l.l.t , n.- i'.ii ". I
v "j."."h ...j.-.,. iHjiiiiui,, mm
valued at f.U.idl.ir. iiIiiih!I as folluun!
IJni liai,"i, T. II Davies A 0.: 2.'iOil ImijN.
Beliueler A-Co.; 13!U Iiuxn C. llrewer
27J0 hai, 1'iibtlo .t Cooke.
French Froo Bod in Forpetuity
tho Quoou'o Hospital.
Tho following document has been
tiled in tliu Clorlt'i fill!,.,..
"Know all mou by thcuo presents I
that tho QtiHoii'fl Hospital, a corpnr-
atiou established uud existing under
ami by virtue of the laws of tho Ha- n". irotiiiiou wun pneumonia,
waiian Islands, Iu consideration of ?m,' "'""d nearly the whole way to
the sum of h'vo thousand dollars ' J?l,,1 He ws iorv vvealt when ho nr
(JotKJOl U. S. gold com, paitl to it by ' f,mV "!"' Wl" allfttMl a cot in the
F. A. Schaofer, of Honolulu, Oahu, "-Ptl.
oxocutor of tho will of Andre Alex- . A rumor of a nature to cau-e tlio
niitler Corntol, the receipt whereof P. G. disquiet is a residue of the
is acknowledged, tho same being tho Australia'.- late-t tiip. Ii lef.-rs to
amount of a logaoy bequeathed to international action in bcluilfor the
said hospital by said Coruiot, doth ; statu quo ante in Hawaii. What
hereby bind lUolf and its successors, . throws doubt upon it more than
tnai a win perpetually maintain a '
bed in said hospital from the income
of said sum of uiniiov. which bud
shall always ho at tho disposition of
the Consul or Commissioner of
Prance at Hawaii.
"In witness whereof, said Queen's
Hospital has caused its corporate
name and seal to bo hereto atlkcd
by John H. Paly, treasurer
I sew) "Tut. Qi-i:i:s's Jlosi'ir.vi.,
"lly John 11. Paty, its Treasurer."
A. Maroues has been niuioinled
..M,iiiiui iitiiiiiuisiraioroi iiieesiate
of Antonio Moiileiro, deceased, on
the petition of A. do Sou.a Cana-
Jiulgo Cooper is engaged with
George Lucas, deputy clerk, this ,
alleriioou in drawing tho jury for
in May term of tho Circuit Court I
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Ono enso of small-pox rotnains at
Hits Quarautiuo Station.
Diamond Hoad. 3 p. in. Weather
cloudy, wind fresh northeast.
Tlio U. S. S. PiiilniMphin is not
expected to ho rolioved within tlireo
Tho '. G. band playod in tho
Executive building grounds this
Largo expenditures of money
liavo been mado on iinprovoinonts tb
Hit" Ewn mill intiehitiery.
A mooting of llm Hawaii H,intall
Loaguo will bo bold at V. F. Allen's
ollico on Thursday noon.
Tho specials romaining unpaid
and tho rogular police will got their
wages on Thursday next.
A card of thanks from tho Hoard
of Managers of tho Kapiolaui Ma
' ternity Homo appears elsouhoro.
James Pollock has started n bag
; tfago express. His stand is at Hoi
, llngor's shoeing tdiop, Queen street.
Chief .Tiistleo Judd is out with a
vnohiiiig party to-day, W. Luther
ilcox being tho sailing master and
Koports from Maui aro that tho
constitutional convention voters on
Maui will amount to no moro than
a mere squad.
C. B. Jtiplor hasn"ooirttod Arthur
Reynolds with him in tho profession
of architect. Their ollico is in tho
Safe Deposit building.
Double-quick maneuver wore per
formed by one of tho companies of
guards on Palace square this after
noon. Good anti-fat discipline.
Kimura, tho .lap vv ho sold his wife
to a Chinaman for ,?M), is now on-
' tlenvorinc to uol lur liai-k.
lnml0 ovort.ir.7t to tl.o t'liiii
Tho unique smokestack of the
steam packet Morning Star has beon
taken out to bo repaired. Only two
years ago the stack uas overhauled.
A carriage horo has boon added
, to tho list of belongings of C P.
latikca, to bo sold at auction by .I.
F. Morgan at lU o'clock to-morrow.
Complaints liavo boon made of
tho following of decent people by
toughs, in soeral instance, elderly
men at that. Where aro tho P. O.
Tho gang who wore onpt tired at
tho Toug Hung Society building
yesterday will bo tried in tho Dis
trict Court on April olli for violat
ing gaming laws.
Ilishop A; Co., agents of the Tiro-
mans mini insurance to., are
tbanke,! forc-ouMuuent calendars
nl"' hardwood rules, advertising that
The tiatiw) dock laborers still hold
their own with the Japanese. The
captain of tho brigautino Geneva
wnnt (lint Ink tfikitlil tftlli.i !.. ....k
."v ..... .... ......... .......j. .,.,,., I,.-
Tho tenancy al will of two Gov
orumeiil lots at Kalihi, eoulaining
about 0 acres, was bought nt auc
tion by Allen Herbert today lor
SltK) per annum, I he unset price.
, lly outgoing island steamers the
' firm of V. (). Irwin Co will M)iid
J to the diirereut plantations under
tliolr control J-.'.' ll,R). Tins amount
goes to pay oil tho employees on the
Itegistratious nl unci to-dav, up
till a few minutes after 'J. o'clock,
wero 11. bringing the total up to
137. Eleven nativiv, were enrolled
this morning, childly members of
the polico force.
Mrs. Schmoclo died at tho Hawai
ian Hotel on Sunday evening, after
an 11 lilt's of three days. The body
will be embalmed anil sent homo to
Philadelphia. Miss Schmoclo au
companies tho body.
Tho trial of Kaaipia, the native
who frightened the Chine-e woman
on Sunday hit with such terrible
resulln ns previously reported exclu
sively in the lk'i.u:iiN, was lemauilod
in tho District Court from to-day
until April 10. The wouiau is about
,1 " , ,
,I,M l"'w n"1 'tl'.V
Six Chinese (;aiue"ters were found
guilty in tho District Court today
of playing it game known as pakati,
and suiileuced to pay a lino of $7
each. Captain l.rtugley and n posse
captured nine men in a house on
Mauiiakoa sheet on Friday lust.
Three consenting to give slate's ovi
Oenco, they were roloaMul.
A white man who w;i unable to
pay Ins line of c': in tho District
Court , '"-'rday for
IV18 tf.lI',u" ,'V ah" Vu
l'J,rr"!rn t,,i,,, !"'"
'rison bv Ollicor
i erreini tins morning. j no man,
auvtliingelse is the choMiiui that it
is based on ".. do-nateh receive I in
San Fniueihco just before the steam.
or sailed '
Due of WiMor'n lunibei leauis ran
away f.om uptown tins moruiiii.Mho
horse heading for the stables on
(Jui'on stri'i't. Tinning into lhat
mail from Port "licet, Hn team col
lided with Mr. Soiensou's biale.
smashing a hind wheel.
cniitiuuiiil Ins career
i.- I r .1 n
omiiikiii up 111 01111 01 tun sialism
the lumber vard.
' - -
Tim Ileas.ui Whv. Ib.bv Mo a
fri.-nd in an gallon i. "What the
dickens is there about that liguro to
attract your attention for so long a
timer H Dout Oazor- "Nolhiuy"
THE HESPER AliniVES.
Roport of Hor Fassage From New
castle, N. 8. W.
Thu Amorican bark Hesper, Cap
tain Sodorgron, arrived to-day, -18
days from Newcastle, N. S. W., with
llntJ tons of coal, a full cargo, cou
signed to tho I. J. S. N. Co. Tho
Hespr loft Newcastle on February
11. This is tho saino vessel on which
tho murder of tho mate occurred on
her last trip to Honolulu, and which
c.-iso is still pen ling before tho
Court iu San Francisco. Captain ,
Sodorgron furnishes tho Di'llctix
with tlio following report of tho
First part ot tho pa'sago fell in I
with light south-east winds, which ;
lasted for seven days. On February
iilst took fresh south and west wiuds
iu lot. 38 S. long. ir,3" fit)' E. and
carried saino till the 3d of March in
lat. 3(5 10' S. long. 108 lit)" V.. thonco '
light east and south-east winds till '
l hoWJi of March, in lat. '27' S. long.
Ifll Li'2' W. ITIIlrtftlliwt .Irnhi, '
north and north-west w'uds with
heavy squalls lasting to tho 13th of
March. On March 11th took light
Routh.oan trades in lot. 2(i' 1Y S.
long. liVJ' 10' V. Crossed tho coua-
lor on March 21th In long. 1!0' 11'
. f l.oi soul it-east trades In 'I 00
N. Took moderate tiorth-eat trades
in Int. W l.V North and well from the
Xor'ard, ami carried same till tho
31st of March, whonco calms wero I
experienced to tho west of Hawaii.,
about 30 miles distance. On tho 2d
of April took a light W.S. V breeze
wiiioii gradually Imulcd to west,
north-west, north, and north-east.
Trades very light at first and In
creasing towards port.
READ HIS LITTLE TALE.
Rev. O. P. Euioraon Unfolds a Manu
script to tho Lenguo.
There was a sprinkling of people
at the mooting of the American
League yosl onlay evening, to hear
on address by Hev. O. P. Eiucrou
on what ho saw at Washington.
Tho speaker was introduced to the
audience by T. IJ. Murray, president
of the Lcau'iio. Ho reatl'the nddrc
from manuscript, and one nice little
follow applauded at intervals. One
of tho brilliant passages of Mr.
Emerson's speech was the followlu r,
which is iu keeping with the imagin
ative tolo ho related beforo the Sen
"When wo could toll them that
the women wore ready, if Heed be,
to take up gnus and light; when
they hoard that old men, with dim
sight ami unsteady aim, wore ready
to step into the breach if need be
mid become targets to draw tho lire,
then Amorican people wero willing
ItMiwu that it meant something."
There wore other passages just as
surprising and as much news to
people hero as the foregoing. One
of the members of the Lai;uii saiil
after the meeting, "Thoro's loo tl
much missionary iu that speech for
.1 S. Eoi'.rson followed with an
nddioss on ancient Howniiaus and
llnir illlluonces. Ho u-ed several
Hawaiian ua i es purporting to be
hose of ancient chiefs, astonishing
if not edifyinu' the Tims ami Macs
with his erudition.
Professor Alexander will speak
before the Loaguo on Friday even,
HENRY POOR'S H0U3E MURNED
Cojtly Bluzo at Kivplolant
The Waikiki resilience of H. F.
Poor was burnt to the ground this
morning. The origin of the lire is
unknown. There was no one in the
house at the lime of the disaster.
E.Hart ami others residing iu tho
adjoining premises first aw the
blaze at 10:20 o'clock ami rushed
over to try and save some of the
furniture. The lire had gained con
siderable headway, and they were
only able to save very little. While
the house was destroyed, a small
cottage on the primuses was not
touched by tho llames. A iiicsenger
was despatched to Kapahulu ranch,
where Mr. Poor was slaying, to
notify him of the dust ruction of his
After the house had been burnt
down on investigation was made of
the promises, ami the tracks of a
carriai;.) weie noticed inside the
gateway. Tho inference wnsdrawu
lhat M.iue person or persons had
been there last night during the
absence of the owner, mid dropped
a lighted cigarette or cigar on mhiio
inllainiuablo material, creating a lire
(hat smouldeied It few hours befoie
breaking out. It was foittiuate that
no strong wind prevailed, as the fine
resiliences of E. .. Citiiha and J.
Love are iu close vicinity. The firo
department was not called out. The
house valued at about 2ikhi was
Ho Wns Not a Dog.
GeorL-e Andrew, of the California
Fruit Market, wanted a passport to
leave by the S. S. Aravvo. Having
lost his tax receipt he went to the
Tax Ollico to ask for a duplicate.
Mr. Weeilou, deputy collector, told
him he could not have one without
pacing his taxes again, That was
the rule, just tlio same as if ym lost
your dog lag, vou would have to get
another .inn. The applicant thank,
ed the ollic.'ttl sarcistically for put
ting him in the category o'f tings, and
going to the custom house got his
passport without a lax receipt
It will bo an agreeable surprise to
person subject to attacks of bilious
colic lo loam thai prompt relief
mav be had l taking l 'hauiborlaiu's
Colic, t holera and Diarrlnea Ueiu
edv. Iu uian.v instances the attack
may In. pr.uenicd bv taking tins
reineilv a-, soon as the Ihst svmp
tiiiiisof the dim ao appear. 2." and
.Mi cent boiiles lor sale by all deal
on liousoii, .smith Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Mauds
lb "Was he introduced to oii
I tst nigh) ."' Shi.- 'I thought so for
a time, but h became so very fa
miliar that 1 began to suspect that
ho was not introduced ut nil."
TOOK A SNAP SHOT
How Stevens Touched thu Button of
Tho cause of tho tiatvaiiaus was
ably championed by Senator John
W. Dauiol In tho United States
Sotiato on February 20. Among
other things, ho said: 'Th' Sonot r
from Massachusetts (Hoar) has taken
up tho throat! of misrepresentation,
and has said that boforo the troop
woro landed tho government build
tugs woro in possession of the pro
visionals. Tito troops landed tie
day beforo. All of these statements
are erroneous, and aro not onlv
shown to bo so by tho contempt),
rauuous, recorded lotterof Mr. Dole,
but by tho testimony of Mr. Stevens
himself. In short, a handful of pro
visional supportors had rushed into
tho government building which con
tained tho archives ami treasure,
seized it by surprise from tho por
ters who woro atteuding it, for it
was ttoithor guarded nor defended,
and on this shabby pretence of tie
facto power tho recognition kodak
had takon its snap shot. It is ovi
dent from o study of tho record that
Vr1? Pre-nrra"Kud recognition bv
Ministor Stevens was made before
tts predicate of fact occurred. In
deed, Stevens had his recognition
kodak upon tho ground, ami tool, a
snap shot of recognition tho very in
stant tho now government made pro
clamation of its being, and put iu a
shadowy appearance at tho govern
ment or capitol building before it
had exercised a single act of force
against tho military authorities of
WANr TO KEEi' THE ELEVENTH.
If It Is Mado a Holiday the Club
) Will Have Race..
i , TI,0.IInJvniin Jockey Club met In
I tho Pacific Club room yostetday
evening for its annual meeting.
, I hero was a pretty fair attendance
or members. Tho priucipal object
of the meeting was to consider tho
, feasibility of holding tho regular
iiniitial meet of the Club on Kami),
hanieha Day, Juno 11. After some
discussion a committee was appoint
ed to wait upon Presitlout Dole ami
liml out whether tho tiny was to bo
observed as a national holiday. If
the Government so designed the
club would arraugo n program of
races for tho day. If, however, tho
dato was not decided a holitlav, tho
time-honored anniversary woual be
passed unobserved by tho club. It
is almost certain that the day will
be proclaimed a national holiday.
"it would bo a great pity," said a
member of the Jockev Club, "if the
day was not declared a holiday,
rlio maiorily of thu club favor the
idea of holding the regular meeiing
at Kapiolaui Park, but until we hear
from the Government nothing can
The old officers were re-elected
Willi the ov -opt ion of the socretar
' C. O. Ilergor, retiring in favor of v!
u. u. nergi:
I recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Halm for rheumatism, lame back,
j sprains ami swellings. There is no
I belter liniment mado. I have sold
(over 100 bottles of it this voaroud
, all wero pleased who used ft. J. fc
j Person, druggist. South Chicago,
, II. It is for solo by all dealers.
iniiniiii,aii v uo., Agents for (ho
Nothing Employer: "Thompson,
vou are d schorioil." l-i, ..I. .......
'J.!.... ..I... I ."." V'.f'V.""
ijiii h iiiil unci, i ,i,iii.. . ." i.-,
ployer: "Nothing, absolutely no'th.
mg.( Hint's what 1 complain about."
Physician: "What is your profes
sion, siri" Patient (pompotislvl:
1 ",,1ftH0"t1''""'"-" l'hysieiiin-"Voll,
you II have to do something olsej it
tloesn t agree with you."
CARD OF THANKS.
Tin: iiiiAitii ni.' i.Miv t i v t.iii,
. ...... " ""- nil l I.
. i ".f. ,llu k')'ldnl Maternity II. inn
take this i.pMirtitliliy au m.-.m, of ex
; i.uiIIiik their miieeru thank-, to all and
, ivery.im. who klii.lly ni,v their tt 1.1 and
I ",,"",L'" toward, the hum h"li on XI inh
, .11, Is'ii for priKurliiK' funds for thealne
I'nr the Hoard , ( jv M,uiiii.-,.r-,.
ut.,.,,t MlW- ,: ' TO &r,.
Ring Up Bell Telephone 122
- - inn .
fitimd nt Hilllilu!rrihiM'liiK.Sh.ip,
Jiieen strut, nmr 1'ori.
'" I' J..Mi:S I'lll.UH'K.
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Orm-fct .New fnU Depuslt llnlldlni;,
I'ort street. Iluuohtltt, II. I.
I'litln, r-pi'i'lllc-uhiiis nti'l hiii'Filnii'iid.
cni'ii kivmii f.ir l.v.-r lie-, npttiin ..f llaild
itiir. old llull.luit niri, tlulU Iti'iniil
I'M.d mid l.iiiurKxl. Ii. .ijns for Inurlnr
Dt'i'iiri.iiiiiita M..,. ,.p l. ..I.....I....I ti....
iiiK. IriioiNK iin.l lliun I'nniiiiu. Ilniinj;i
for Honk or .NeA.piij r 1 1 U.-t rut im.
, III tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
i cuit, Hawaiian Islands.
in Tin: MTri:it m rm: ip.mc
I riipic of aii t.i I. urn -ii. I'ri'il'lurs
of tlm -iti.i lliiul.rnit lire it i, le, noiilii' . l
eomi' In nml prove tin- r m-iitH hifoie the
I Ircnlt I'iMiri of llie I ii -i I In nit, n lie-
ourt liixim of Mil. i i .!.i, Iu Huinil iln,
ouhn. on MtMl. , tin- 'i h ihiv of April,
, IS'ii, liftuemi tin- liimr- of inn'cfurk in llie
for.-ii .on mid nnoii uf tie :ili iii),uinl
iileel mi .siMii-i, or A-'t-'ie-i'M, ni thu Miiil
lllllll,lllpl'n l,l lie.
1 tlm Court.'
, li;il I I'fAs., I'lirl-.
Honolulu, April li, 1;'U. ire .M
. mi: iiwi: ai'i'iumi.h mil h i:.
I H It'itir.liiniii ...Iimi hi mr nil uf . ur
I'lllU, IllillVll Itlllll till' II Ii liruti'il 'Iiiimywi
K l'll. A i
1 1 . tin I ii , A . r 1 1 ! I'l til -if
I OKYLON THA AND JRWJJLItY
I i in:n to ivioiim i hi: im'iii.h'
1 tllllt I lllltll IIIM'IH 'I III' sturo lit .Nil, I'Hi
Niiiiiiiiii uni i ttiili i ' 'i .Muiiiilinliiii.il
Ji'ttt'irj no w 1 1 1 1 It ii'H- i,iitiri'., I'.nri.,
' I't". .Illal M'l'lvi'l -mill' I' " I'l.v Inn I.-U--
try It. .l"( li'tl.in II ii. I mil. In Ijii'f.
Ail tut licet Ion nl ii'iy .. i nlli'IU'il.
Wt-U No .Nuuuu trl '
O! the Agony
Of Those who Suffer from
Hood' a Sarsapnrtlla I'urtflc,
Bootltm, Ilea lit, CUIIVS.
& ita'4, v 'vavSvR
Ifr. T. r. -John ton
fun Joic, Cat
"Iliatefftrtntnrjrnrilien rv prest n(T(,ri'r
fromwfUOFt i,a lire.iKliij- out on my nrtm
nfllfRtjtii..j-rrerivp.r. nlllt eruption find
ore, illxliiircliif; all the lime. 1 trie I vcrj
tnany tncillclnct ant romtiltcil plirilctini far
and nf.ir, hut renttuutlr p-cir itorar. I
have taken lmt Hires bottles of Hood's S.irsapa-
Hood's s Cures
rtll.v for rlirnrnMlvn, snd hai ilerlrcd o much
benefit from It that iho dci'tiroi there lj no
other licdlrhio on eirilt. Wn would tiut L
wlttioot lllu ttio ttuuno U It costs '70 n bottle."
T. VjiitLrv Joil.Mov. Rin Jove. t iL
N. II. to itiie to rt ItixhH it .j irlll
Hood's Pillaact catily.jct p.ou.it!y auJ
cfuwiuiitly, on the liver cud Lovrctt. u.lo.
HonitUN. NKW.MAN .V t tl..
AKetiti for Hnmiiisn I-IhimI-.
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ON APRIL 1, 1894,
HOKE & ZOR OEWESTE
Will tik, ,UnT1t jljp Hn; town a.
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
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I'VMPIIU'P i l
La U L 1M L A IJ.
Staes, Notions. Elc, Elc, Elc.
i FOR YOKOHAMA !
A KINK JAl'lM'h aFKAMKU
i S &
"MKHKll l lvII"
-.-v- v- . 4 ft a vv
Din hi'rt' mi ur nli(..il M.it.tli 'ill. im.l
Willi. ilu.t,ti'li .1 ulil. M ,i.i,l
I'.im ik'i'i ( r tin ul.i i
1'i.rl mi ur iilimit
"For f.irlliiT itrtli'til ir- ri'K.irillii
I'a-.am' mid Imli'. i.ih t.i
K. OGURA & CO ,
'I in .i.r I.-
Ouu.1 iiMitrnt'i liv tlii'inniitlKir vi'ir Ml
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mid kiI In ,i.j lu.'i,.
Illl art mi Mil. nun. 1 1. 1 1 1 1 si. ..s
" osrxj tgrove;
llci'iird .':.!.' in llniiululii,
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nmiili. intin mi. I i i lii 1 1) mi ni. I..
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In" Hun h) "Num. ... i, nuurii.i-i.
IW I'ur liirtlinr .urti. ulur ut t
J.I' MliS'lHlM'A Kuiiuiilii ur,
C. UDI.'I Ii ll.iiiululu
s. I "'WP V ..VI
3ST- S. SACHS:
eso Port Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAlNf(oK- In Plain, .triI(ed, rhecks and I'lald.
Persian Lawns, Yictoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IS AM. (HtAIIKs A Nil IMtlCK"".
IMMII'IO In f-trlped, (li.elt.. fnlil nr.d Holr Linos
INDIA MNONS, HATfSTE A.VD COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. OKEAM AND KUKL
IMMKN.sK VAKIhTY OF
WHITE .". Ca-OOIDS
- AN BM)I,KS VAKIKTV OK
LACS3 km EMBROIDERIES!
KMIHIOIDKUY KIiiiishs In -! Nrtln..,V nnd Hamlmrg. In
All Widths with Inserting to Matih.
All-uver Einbroidory, Embroidory Flounces and Demi Plonncw.
Lacos of Evory Description in All Widths.
518 Iiobiiison Block, Hotel Street,
vi:r to onmvAY a- coiitku
Stnr.k lhV4 lip
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i vvii.i. i:i.i itr my hviiisr r-rntK. ftiNisri.Mi ok
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Mens and Boys Suits, Etc., Etc.
fi'S It in im.....:i.l.. I' .. ....
r- - i-..-.iiii- ur
SALK C)MMKXUKS ON
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I hnvf hccii iimfniclfil )V M. ,1. M. dh Sa iS..,..
inH'iftlll- of till HAWAIIAN J.VI'ANKSK H.VZAAIt, Hotel HtfC'Ot,
to si. h stock r .IAPANKSKS GOODS. AU, u big an-
MVtnwnt "'' ai'axksk paper napkixs win iw wid
LIS Til W (V".
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
"AVIMI i l.n.l.l) TO
"""" vnl' XN "' Y
AWAY BELOW COST.
b. f. Bii,iEis .Sc oo.
.i.i.ii.,m. ,i- - - - . - -
IM hlKTE" AND DKAL,i"
uaiubiittiiib, l'iiUVISIUNS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
VST ALWAYS ON HAND rj
New. Goods Received by Every
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l.isii.i.s I.I.OCK. Kinii Sthkct.
u'i ii.i.i.iHtxi:.s JIU
Fresh Goods by Evory
ICIi - IIOI'SK . (JOOI)S . A - SPKUlAIrY.
l.sl AMIS ()IKI Sin n n t n rit
II- K. .McINrVUE & into.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed
1 w..w MIIVI UUU
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IsLtMi (Inning s;.,,,. .....
I'VMi llltiailj. &,iliiU,
"AMI iOIIM.k IVHI
for White Goods
ttnlfl nil Mmr 14
mum uu may 101.
nil - io iiifiiiiDii mi nt Aftmlei
MB A CALL!
1'I.OSK 01' T Tlllf LINK OK
Stediner from San Francisco.
t",'l"" e''r.......-d. Man
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Mkt. I'ii,t ash Alakea Stiiects.
- - ... imm
1' (). IIOX J7
k W Grocers
& Naval Supplies
tM" SATISfAITItlS- GtURANTEItll.
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t'H IIY . EVFIIY STI.'MI.M(
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