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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KKOM AND AFTER JUNE I. 1KO.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave 1'cnrl City..,
Arrive Kwa Mill...
C. D. n.
A.M. A.M. T.M.
Lenve Kwa Mill 0:21 10:4:1 3:4.1
Ume IViirl Cltv 0:65 11:16 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:65 4:55
A. Hntnrdnj j only.
C. Humlnrx excepted.
D. Snturdnys excepted.
H'lW jPHiUl UUHn. I
TUUKSDAY, APRIL 5, 1891.
MI-A-RHSTE NEWS, i
TitCMriAr, April 6.
Am tern Eminti Cluudlna, Xclbon, Kldrty
from Srtu Krnmlico
Am si-hr llobert Mxvtt, Goodman, 13 dnys
from Hun Frnnclco
II U M 8 Chninpton, llookc. from Hilo
B 8 .Monownl, Carey, from tint Colonies
TnttnUAY. April 5. ;
Jnp stinr Aikoku Mnru, Kiinikuwa, for
Jnpnn at II p m
Vonols Leaving To-morrow.
Stiur, W O Hnll for taliiilnii, Mntilncu,
konn, Knu mid Volcano nt 10 ii in
Vossols in Port.
U SB i'liltmlelplila, ll.trker, from Cnllno,
IT H 8 Adams, Nelson, from a entire
II MM H Champion, It.toke, from Illlo
11 1 J M STiiknclillio, Nutiiurn, from Jnpnn
Am liktne V II Dim ind, MIon, from
Am t ninMcd sclir Klnjr Cvrus. ClirlMlnu-
ceil, fnmi NewcnMlo. X ti
Am Mlmdoimry picket Morning Htiir, (Inr-
lnnd. fnnc im Hnntli s.tn
Aiiit.nini.io1 r Aloliii. DuIh'I. from Han I
Am solir Alice Cmiku, IVnhnllow, from
Am ahlp UcuMentnl. Mors", fnmi II (1
Am rclir It W llnrtlctt, 'Jhuii, from Now-
enllf. N ti W
Schr (Inlileii Hliure, lllrklu.lin, from New-
rnntln, N s V
Am l-iimitfd sehr I.yninn I) Fuslur,
I)rcor, from Ncwcmtli-. N H W
Am achr Occnnln Vnticv, Anderson, from
Am hk llvpVr, boderjiren.t.iiiii NVwuamlf,
.. .8' .... !
'JW""f;f"Js.jriViili BlIm. a-IIan. ffnn. j
Am "', l-'ehert lwcrit, (l(H)dmnn, from
Jb'orolgu Voasola K:cpoctod.
) itOHR Onellu. I'earne, from lluiiukonu
mid Yokohumu, ilnu Mny II
Am liktnn Discovery, from i.m I'mucbvo,
Am hk Amy Tumor, from New York, July
Am hk Alden lloito, Krlls, from Snn Fran-
Am hk Annie Johinoii, Hmk, for Hilo.
Am liktnu John Ilaltely, hhephord, for
Kunultil. iltie MnrtfJ
Am ehr W F Wltxuiiiiin, Peterson, from
in I'ruiu'Nciduu Mnri
Am bk Niul,ny, Mollontid, from Nuw-
eatle, N H W
Am lik Amelia, Word, from t'uirut Houml
Am soli Sulvntor, from N S W
Ilk M Unekfeld, from Liverpool, Juim 1-15
(lor hk J U (lltide, from Liverpool, Air t-10
The (lernmii hnrk G. N. Wilcox urrlved
ut Stockton, Muri'h l.t.
On Full, ft, Int. I N lnnK. '.tl W siioki-n
"tlnr. bk. J. C. tllude, Llvoriiool for llono
lulu. Tho tern Kmiiin Clnudlnn, Cnptnln Nell.
on. urrlvnl thii moriilni,', III iluyn from
Kun Fr.l' clro, with Hbout 'J.VJ loin of
oiriro, ImliidlliK u deck loud of redwood
Memorandum of rclioouer llohort Low
urn, W. II. Uoodiimn, iiiiikiit, fr m .Snn
KranvUuo.c-ontiluia'd toll, llaokfidd .Vfo.:
Lett Han frnnclnco Huudtiy, Miurli lsth,
hud lino westerly and N. W. wind tho firm
two dm . After that for the next eight
dnys tho wind was from S. K. south und
HOUthwent with very Iwd weutchor, hard
iiuiiIIh and mncli ruin, (iot tho tradu
winds In Int. 'JI'UU N'. Ion. Hf:iO W., wh eh
have been vert light und unsteady with
very fine weathor Sho brlni; tho follow
lug freight llxi : 100 Ij-nkM llour, '.o7s k
train and feed. !M lialt-n hay, UHl k
fertillierH.(oliik(;K ri)(.frl", '.iwcb ciiiiihcI
L'ood. IW bliU xulinoii, 145 hbU and ci Iner,
liU pkgH wine, IOJ hales Iiuj;h, 111 hales iia
tier mid pnier Iiuks, (JO pkn iillplut rl. ueld.
2.'i0k in urluto uf potash, LJ7 fsid lumb)r,
5(1 bblH limi', VA pkH wih mid doori, M,0u0
hrlKn, L'iM) a coiil oil, 18 c drv uoodh, 1 1 h
hoots uml bhoen, "ii pkgH liil.celluiiioiih
meroliandUu aud It) iiiuIch.
OHAHK-WOLK-On Wedno.dny evmiltiK,
April 1, 1MII, ut tho Chnrledton cottage,
llurotnnlii Htrent, by tho Ituv. A ox.
XlituklntoOi, (tm, Ji, (Jhiuoaiid Mlfi
Those who never road tho adver
tisements iu their newspapers miss
more than they presume. Jonathan
Kenison, of Holan, Worth Co., Iowa,
who had been troubled with rheuma
tism iu hit back, arms aud shoulders
read an item iu his paper about how
a prominent German citizen of Ft.
AlatliMiu had licon cured. IIo pro- I
cured the same medicine, nud to use
his own words: "It cured me rif,'ht !
up." Ho also says: "A neighbor '
and his wife were both sick iu bed I
with rheumatism. Their boy was '
over to my house and haid they wore !
so bad he had to do tho cooking. I
told him of Chamberlain's Pain
Hulm and how it had cured me, ho
got a bottle ami it cured them up iu
a week. f() cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Uenson, Smith A: Co.. j
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
A yminc wonnn lonultu for fnmn
limlMed on spelling It "Miimiii."
Him went on thitagi.,
Ihlt, much to her tai;e,
Shu htul to walk homo jiitl tint tin) mo.
Him arrived at homo tired and lu mo.
Hut rhuok full of pluck and otiilu giv me ; ,
bo n cookci hu lilre.l.
And l kill) imicti Hilmlred,
riiout(i Mary Ami uow ! hr uayuie I
' X.OOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho conclusion of tho. Aincricnn
whist codo appears in this issuo.
Tho Hawaiian bark K. 1'. Ilithot
arrived at San Francisco March 17,
17 days from Honolulu.
, J. SI. Oat, Postmastor-Gont'ral,
has tho thanks of tho TJili.etin' for
a Into dato of tho S. F. Chronicle
1 J. F. Hackfeld invitos olTors from
nnyouo who is (U'sirous of purchas
ing the morchaudi.so of S. Ehrlich,
1 Tho regular monthly mooting of
I tho Catholic lioncvolent Society will
1 bo held to-morrow afternoon, Fri
day, April 0, at 8 o'clock, at tho con
I ThoS. S Aikoku Slant will sail
for Yokohama at (5 o'clock this overl
ing, with more than 100 otoorago
1 j)3s.ougors returning contract la
' borers from Hawaiian plantations.
Tho regular police aro being paid
off, five days after payday, in small
t allotments. This maneuver on tho
part of tho chief of tho department
I is suspected to be a political one.
Those who have taken tho oath have
received their full salaries, whereas
thoso who havo not aro receivintr in-
I stalmouts. (hiuco tho foregoing was
in typo it has trauspi'ou in tho
Councils that not enough of last ap-
proprinlion is left to pay iu full.)
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Loading Itorns Brought by tho
Bchoonor Robert Lowors.
j Negotiations for a now Chinese
, treaty have been commouced be
tween Secretary of State (Jresham
I and the now Minister at Washing-
; Despatches from Hio say Admiral
da Oama is still on board tho Portu
The Sunday law Is now in force at
Victoria, 15. C, all business being
Commander Henry Cilas will have
command of the now cruiier Cincin
nati when she is finished this mouth.
She is building at tho Hrooklyn
Young Uriilb defeated lko Weir in
a glove contest at Chicago on .March
17, iu tho third round. V'ir wont
ed utterly unable to laud on (Jrifl'o,
who tantalizing! danced out of
reach of his opponent' harmless
but well-meant blows.
Tho steamer Vega, from Portugal,
reports that the bark Moutiromerv
Castle was boarded by a linii wave
near the A, res, and three oilicers
and seven men were drowned. The
rest of tho crew d' not iimlerstaud
navigation, and it is feared the ves
sel will be wrecked.
The miners in the (,'rcit gold min
im: district of Criinile Creek. Col-
. ... i
have struck for an eilit-hour day
"d thesame wages as were formerly
paid for nine hours. The niiticrs re-
IitH.l the sheriir ,.,m. and in-
trenched themselves in the hills.
Governor Wmle. after receiving ro
iieatcd calls from hherifl' Itowcrs, te
iuclaiitly sunt mil (he militia. There
aro 700 armed men iu the district.
The following disposition of the
U. S. navy at Kio was cabled to
Washington 011 Mutch 17, by Admi
ral Ueniuiin: Tho llngxhip San Fran
cisco is going to lllnelields. Xicara
una; the Detroit will return to the
United Slates, bringing (ho cadets
from the Charleston who must re
port at Annapolis for liual examina
tions iu May. The Detroit goes
direct to Hampton Uotitls, Va., and
bo put out of continUsion, to under
go alterations. Tho Xow York,
and Charleston remain at Kio.
HAWAII BASEBALL LtAOUK.
Preparing for tho OouiIiik Sunaon -Mooting
Tho Hawaii Daseball League met
iu the otllco of W. F. Allen, the pre
sident, at noon, three club, the Ka
mehaniehn, Hawa i and Crescent, be
ing represented. Secretary .las. G.
Soeiicer was at his tt-iial post Tint
old oilicers weto unanimously re
elected. After some tJisciixsiou the
captains of the (iillVruul clubs were
appointed to arrange a schedule of
games for tho coming soam, the
date of opening aud I he matter of
Itavint' one or two ollicial umpires.
When thoo preliminaries were ar
ranged, another meeting of the
league would he called. Captain Ma
huka of the Kamehatueha, wanted
the season to open iu two wvukn'
time, but the proposition wa op
posed on tho ground that the field
was nut in good condition. It would
require about two weeks' work to
get into proper condition, ami until
then no practice could be had. Mr.
Allen volunteered to see the associa
tion about the matter of immedi
ately putting the ground iiitot.hapc.
Hawaiian National Baud.
The Hawaiian National Hand, .1.
Libornio, will given concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel this owmiugat 7:.'lll
o'clock. Seeral new uuiiibern will
be played. Following is tie pro
gram: t'titr 1.
.Mini It -ln(l('nii.iii 1 udi't (new
j Overture- -Knymond
, Willi Over llio Wave-.
I Selection Aihul.i,
1 ."im .
r Mir 11.
Sell I'tiilll -llllUl'lHH-. (Ill".l
I l'ulolllli-i' Uli the .MiHllll.till
I ll lllllo
II. -i ',.
Kimiiisio -Minrl-e n Summer (new 1
March American Cadet (new )
A I'eiin Vatiu young man ndwu
tised for a wife aud I lie litt autver
he gol came from his ni-h-r. The
father of the house, who i miiiii.
thiugiif a diploiuai, mi he knew
he had one fool iu the family, but
wasn't awaie that he had two.
Wife(drearil): "Ah, inn! Thoila
of chivalry are pail." Husband.
"W'hal's the tuattei now J" Wif.-:
"ftir Walter itah-igh laid his clonk
on the ground for ijiicen Uialietli
to walk over, but ou get mad sim
ply because poor, dear mother hat
dowu 011 your hut."
RIOT AT A ORAVEYAKD.
Threo Nationalities Engaged in a
Thoro was groat excitement and
finite a hubbub at tho Pauoa ceme
tery yesterday afternoon. About
one hundred Chinese were celebrat
ing decoration day with an Oriental
Itiati over tho graves of their de
parted friends. Included in tho
man were several bottles of sainshu.
This was tlowing pretty freely, and
in tho afternoon a good many be
came hilarious mid wanted to dance
the cancan, not confining their hil
arity to the cemetery, but trespass
ing on a garden owned by a nativo
named Mana. A Japanese Inlinrinir
for Matia OXPOsllllatcd wit limit
avail, finally picking up a stono and j made her way untlor eay sail and
attacking the Chinese. Mana and steam to arrival this morning. Yes
other natives came to his assistance , terday sho had practicoat sea with
anil there was a free furht. Detec
tive Puni happened on the scone of
riot and squelched it tempoiarily by
exhibiting a pistol. Tho Chinese
had turned on tho olllcer, when the
pistol turned the tide.
Tho Chinese retired to the spread
on tho grave and continued tho
feasting. Aswan, a Chinese mer
chant, who was going up to join iu
the festivities, made a cut across
Slnua's garden, whon tho Jap al
locked him aud throw him on tho
ground. Olllcer Puni camo to his
assistance as the Jap was about to
strike the prostrate man with a
stone. Tho Chinese again wanted
to mob the Jap aud natives, but
another olllcer arriu'd in time, aud
between the two they woro kept
It was also stated that Im.'iiles
feasting the game kuouu as "Hub-
man ar wa ono of tho events of
lllllllnV. I.flfltlltlif ...1 111 iiifup'it linul I
The Chinese returned to Slauua' !
Kcasireot ai iociocit and tnero a
.. a . . i a t
light occurred between themselves
Two seemed to have been sinitled
out as the victim, and one was.
pretty badly injured. Ho was struelt I
011 the face and fell back against tho '
window of a Chinese store, cuttiiik' I
a biir K"sh fr,n uiicli blood llowetl '
in abundanee. This smeared his,
elolhesnnd to make his condition
look worse ho rubbed it oxer his
face. He exhibited himself on King
and Matitinkea streets, and vowed
vengeance, k was evident ho had
taken too much sainshu. Warrants
were to be issued to-day for the ar
rest of several.
VUUY HAPPY WEDDING.
Marrlnt;o of Mlsa Wclf to Mr. Olmso
of tliu U. Q. Navy
Yexlordav evcnini: at 7:.'I0 Miss
Gertrude Wolf was married to Chas.
1). Chase at the bride's resilience,
Charleston cottage. Ueretania street.
Itev. Alex. Mackintosh performed
the ceremony. The groom is Ad
miral Irwin's writer and ho stood up
under tln American llig, while the
foldsof I he German Hag were w real li
ed over the head of the bride, l'rof
U'Tger, the Government bandmaster,
gave the bride away. Mr. John
ruin. Ji., chief pay clerk and sou
of the Admiral, was bel man. .Mr.
Wray Taylor played wedding iiiiimc
at the beginning aud cud ugof the
The decorations f the largo par
lor, where the reception was held
from S to l::i(), were altogether love
ly. They comprised Hags, Unworn
and potted plants latofully grouped
nud arranged. There was a inagiii
licetit lot of presents shown, includ
ing some h-iudoiuo silver ware.
Among the guests were Lieut. Par
iueui..r (secretary to the Admiral)
aud Mrs. I'ariueuier, Paymaster Mc
Donald and Dr. Cordetro of tho U.
S. S. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Thoo. C.
Porter, Dr. aud Mrs. Wood, Mr. ami
Mrs. Wray Taylor, the Misses Wode
hoiiMi rj), Mr. aud Mrs. .1. A. Mehr
teu, Mr. D. II. Wright of Minnea
polis, Mr. ami Mrs. Cocketl. ami
others. Delicious refreshments were
served, aud the health of the happy
couple was quailed iu champagne.
The Hi ixr.m wishes its good Iriciuls
both, Mr. and Mrs. Clin-iu, a happy
wedded career aud much prosperity.
JAPANESE MIDDY DHOW NED.
Sad Accident Oil' tho Takachiho Thin
llura, a midiOiipmau of tho .lupa
ne.vt wnrship Takachiho, was drown
ed this morning oil' that ve-e-el. It
appears he aio.-o earlier than usual
and, litidiug he had time from duly,
I went oer the fide for a bath. Al
though he could swim ho never came
; back. Verhaps he struck something
111 jumping into the water, or Im
j tool; uciampw lido swimming. When
! he was luin-cd a search was made for
him by men of tho warship but
' without hiiccfxs. The captain applied
' to .Sorotison c Lyle, of tlm Marine
Kailway, for the asnistauce of their
dier. John, the nativo diver, went
out iu tho diving suit aud found the
body near the ship shortly after
eight o'clock. Ham will be buried
from the Takachiho with naval
honors to-morrow morning. The
unfortunate man was2i years of age
ami unmarried. His patents are still
living, llara was previously here in
the Japaue.M) gunboat Kongo on
I uo oi'i'iiMoiin. Tliii otlmr u.'trhlitn-i
111 port will probably participate in
the oil eijuies.
Tho ex cuiivo olllcer of the Japa
nese criiiMU' (old a Hi 1.1.1:1 i reporter
that llata went in swimming about
I :."() o'clock, and being a good swim
mer aud diver 110 one followed his
movement-, in the water. Finally
he was minncd ami a ncarch was
made. Tito body was found on the
lailioaid side of the ,-litp near the
, ioru. On examination it was found
that the man had been sei.ei with
cramp. He had 011 a pair of lights.
It will bo an agreeable surprint to
person hiibject to attacks of bilious
colic to learn that prompt relief
' itiav be had b.v taking t'hauiberlain's
t'.iftc. ( holera and Dianho-a Itemed;-.
In many iiotuucos the attack
tu.i be prevented by taking this
relied) n wioii a the lirM symp
toms o Hi.. iIim ;ie appear. 2i and
Ml cent bottle for sale by all deal-
lers. Uenson, Suiith A: Co., Agonls
1 fur tlio Uawaiiuu Uluudi.
THE CHAMPION BACK AGAIN.
Sua Returns to Port from
H. 13. SI. S. Champion, Comman
der Kooke, arrived from Hilo this
morning and nuchored between tho
U. S. S. Philadelphia and Japaneso
cruiser Takachiho. Tho Champion
left port for Hilo on a cruise last
week aud arrived on Friday at 1 1 a.
m. Tho o Ulcers, including as many
as could bo spared from the gun
room aud ward room, visited the
Volcauo. Tho weather throughout
the gunboat's stay at Hilo was pleas
ant aud enjoyable
On Tuesday morning at Mi'M
o clock tho Champion weighed an-
nlmr far linr rntiirn (n ITmik.IhIu n.,,1
her bit? intus. This morniiii? while
off port she fired two torpedoes.
WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Heard si oy: "What is the greatest
piece of fiction in tho world, in your
estimation?" Miss Passo (sourly):
AiiaKcspearo spoKo oi me seven
ages of man. This proves his dis
generally sticks to it.
has one, aud
Pastor Simpson (concluding dis
course): "And now, deah bredren,
what shall bo our polloyl" Deacon
Craps (half asleep): "Four, 'lubeu,
"Aro you going to tho opera to
night?" asked a Parisian. "No: we
I had tickets, but wo woro afraid of
. bombs, aud wo gave them to some
1 dear friends of ours."
Woman's idea of justice is to mako
,,or,t,f "" beautiful, attractive, and
wiusomo that man cannot resist the
temptation to embrace her. aud then
to navo him "?td for doin so.
Quite So. Miss de Bear: "Don't
you think, Fred, that there is mote
individuality iu female dress now
than formerly!" Fred: "Sure! There
is h'.ss dress aud more individual."
The discussion of the nude iu nrt
has reached sueh a nitcb in cln.sii-
Itostou that the idea of the naked
truth shocks them, and as for a
lady changing her mind iu the street
it is absolutely considered an out
rage on propriety.
Mr. Van Tonolelgh: "I see that
Mrs. do Swellton is dead." Mrs.
Totmleigh (in horror): "Oh, is
not that awfuir (Weeps.) Mr.
Toneloigh (in surprise): "Whv, I
thought she was your inot bitter
onomyl" Mrs. Van louelelgh: ''Ves,
bill 1 did so want her to see me iu
my new dress next Sunday."
1 A NY I'.XUTY. WHO IS IlllltothOK
V purcliiKlliK the tuck of M tcliaiellM'
nuw ciiiituliii-il In the Merc of Mr Pioi-uid
Khrllch, 11 bankrupt, corner Fort nii.i llnti j
lie-t, will pli-iic cimiitiitnlcntc with the
iinderlgiie. ut tho tnllce of II It.ickMd
Al.'o. J. I- HACKrKI.I).
Honolulu, April ', I'til lum-L't
D.VN I.YON'MlANiMNtl I'l.AS WILL
1 1" ehuiigi! f.-niii the Drill Hlicl 10
.rlon Hall, which he Ii3" rciilid for Tue.
tA. Tliursdnv nud Snturd.y of nch week.
The H.itiinf i) ergnnltiMl eln for Child,
reu will unci ut the Arum Hall at Jo'clov-k
Km unlay afternoon, April 7th.
Oil Taenia) evvuliic, April l"th. at T
o'clock, u cla will he furnitd for Men and
On Thursday aftcrnnon. st .' oVI.x-k.
April I'.'tli, a pe l.il elioc Mill be formed
The ch.irg for all i Pup I will Ih r
Cent a l.c-'iui.
On the blue d.iy Mr. I. von can bo
eeu ut tho Hull from tl to I.' iimiu, I'll tf
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will Inive u l'lrl Dnovllif; on
APRIL 1 , 1 S4,
IT ONLY (MHT.S YOK
810 A MONTH
To be In lln with other "t'levululid"
rldur. Wlmt mure can jou uk for.
Joia Now, a Few Chances Lcfl! , '-"-. ?- ,--'.'- ,., ,.
' Jucl.vl. t up, He . Lie
alumikum ,! mitmi iy: NONELTIES:
wood Vjljlli l!jiliMJ lT,',' ,,rl'- "Jti" """"M'
H. E. WALKER,
AKunt, llolinhihi, II. I,
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS, '
Oihk: New Safe )emMl llnlldltih',
run i-ircei, iioiionini, II, I,
I I'liin. hiM'cllU'inlon mid Siirierintend
1 mice. Iv.mi f..r Kvery De-. rlption f lliilld-
lillS- lllll llilililillKI Mr.c.(llj i.noil.
ell. il mid Lnl.-irucd. I. lunii for Interior
D.-i-.irit.oii- Mm., or Mccliiinlcul lltuu
I l'!. Tritclii): and llhte rriutinu. JhuwliiK
i foi Hook or ScAhp.tici IlliiKtriiilon.
j Ring Up Bull Telephone 122
I - loi.
I Baggage Express,
btun I nt llolliii)er' tlndli! Shop,
tjuueii tr-t I, it ! 1'ort.
l OKYLON TEA AND JF.WEI.UY.
I I iti;ii in i.MoitM tiii: I'fiti.if
1 Ibiit I lime mx'ticd in Moroni ho. In.
I Niniiiim trcet with l cji.oi .Miinnfitctnicd
Jeueir ret with It ilili , Mpptnrc, l'.iirl,
et' . .Iii.t r ci I v.-. I .nine Pure Ceylon Tc.t
tr it. AIo. ( ' Inn lliitiil.iiiudii I.UCI-.
An iiip'ciiiii of niv Mock In Kollcitcd.
' W. J h.Milll.,
I '"l If So Hi Nllllilllll .llrcl
.11 nJ oy (liminirmiul I'nuiihji
prumptly ficulfit nl ne rat at the
llvlhli 0 flirt.
Quick Rollof and Perfect Curo
Mr. O. B. I'alrtcli
"I wm 80 liarflr alRlrted with scl.itto rheuma
tism that I cotilil irarrrtf more. 1 mcil a crct
many remedloi rtilrti rtlJ me no Rjod. A friend
presented mo a bottle nt llood'j Snrs.iparlll.o,
nhlch I began to Like. The nllcl wai rjulck
and two bottles cured mpcuniplHely. lnulhor.
Iia the use ot mjr n.nno nnit Hrtrlt In recotn
rncndlnu Mood's Gitsaparlll.1, fur I think It a
very valuable mctllritic. I rccomm'-iKl It to all
who Buy bo afflicted with rtiumntlsm or old
Hood's a Gures
terer sores, .is I know of .i Inly In Oaklsnd who
has been cured of uWtt ty ttilt wnndcrful med
lcln." 0. D. I'ATittCK, No. 21 California St.,
Htofklnn. Callfornli. Oot MOOD'S.
Hood'a Pilta act ins.ty, y t prumptly and
eCUIoully, on the liter aud bow.-h, ISO,
IIOIIMON, NEWMAN .t ft).,
Acent for HmwsII.iii Nliiid.
1 " ,?Vv ' ''a-5T
S3 P. -
'A O '. p
.CU -s p
5 te -s a
U P -H S
rl , -c en
Hotel Street ( Arlington Block)
The above Store It n reci-lvvil (iliutli.r
splendid invoice of
. Japaurse-Siik Fdnrj Goods
' Poi- S. S. "China."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
Or m Hood. Iii .,11 Miri-ic. ,.l,.i ,ii,,i
Or lliHhl In nil fhude, pb.lii und
I'illiliili, Table I'ovcrx,
lld t'over. (iiiwn
Silk Grape Rainbow Suits,
All (.'olorp. I'uni') Drsiperlen,
Elegant Silk Kimonos!
II. Ill hiiii I lnrette I iic
I in i n-iiion.
Ml : Te.i I'u. ic
Large and Small Japanese Rugs
K.Ik I intri-l l.i-. IL'lil but .tri.ii,
'I llir Middle t k.
Itaiiiliii.i llliu.l I) u-il with pn c
rolk Uioip -Ii.i.Ii-, neu -tli.
'Japanese Scremw, Irma SI Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
tW" i in Im .. I v it ti I'i.Ii- in Ho
ground, lino f..r I' cine or l.oi.chc oot
of d.uir. liin i. in li o.tn-i mil or Hid
it ii lent.
IN tIKILV'l VMIIBIY
XXX- lll'M'Clli.i I(ciih clbilU lovil.-d.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Pioprictress.
l. II 'i; AI'flllMl.li M i
llianrdiioin .le iik in i.ir nil nf ,.iir
( oiiia, nihil d lioin the ecli-ln.itihi lii);ii.i
K. UML' It A i.O.
Uuiiolula, April J, Ivd. WMI
Headquarters for White Goods
3NT. S. SACHS1
GGO vov. Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAIN.HOMK. in I'lnln, Strled, Checks and Holds.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. UKADKS AND I'KICES.
Ill Ml II KS In t-trlped, Chu'k, I'lnliN and Unlr l.lne.
INDIA LI.VO.VS, 1JAT1STK A.VD COTTON" CHAPKS.
COTTON Ml'LLS IX WHITE. CREAM AXU ECKU.
IMMKNSB VAKIETY OK
"VT-ailTE .". 3-OOIDS
AN KNDI.KS3 VAItlKTV OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIItdlliKKV I:IVIIN'US in .Swh. Vnlnseik and tlninliuric. In
All Widths with lii-crtlnc to Match.
All-ovor Eiabroidory, Embroidory Flonncos and Demi Ploances.
Laces of Evory Description in All Widths.
5 1.'3 Ilobinson Block, Hotel Street,
Ni:r ro oiiiiWAY .v poiitkii
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I Wll.l HULL OFT MY KNTHIh: HTtn-K. CoNrilSIINO OK
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Men's and Boys' Suits, Etc, Etc.
SS 'l 's imMisMl)li' rr me to mention all tin Articles
SAI.K COMMUXCliS ON
StocJl &Iust &8
I li.ivi- Iiimmi iiiritTiietril by Mit. J. M. hk S.v b Sii.va,
proprietor of tin.- Hawaiian-J.ian'ksk Ba.aah, IIotflHtreut,
to sell his Mock of JAI'AXUSK (JOODS. Also, a hK a
sortment of .IAPAXKSK PA1M3U NAPKINS will l,t. h.,.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
w'wAlW AJ XSKJ i
ii.wiNu t'oMM.riir.u to i'i.osk orr this link ok
UOulu Vol IAN 1IDY llllIM AT I'ltH'hS
AWAY I3KL( )W COST.
RFBmERS Sb GO.
Ti;i.i:i'iioi: i pi
CI IAS. II
IMI'OimCU AND DKALBK I .
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
gjCT ALWAYS O.N HAND
Kew C'.ods Received by Every Steamer from San Frauclsco.
M.hi.'TwHh.'.'iM """'"1 '"' ',"U","'",", -'Kir.ini.-ed. Il.iml
I.im(ii.n IIliuk. Kimi Sninirr. Uk.t. I-'obt axu Ai.,kka Stkkets.
imi'll li:i.l-;i iiiim jiii-.
IM irOUT STIilOKT.
Iiiiporlcrs, Wholesale d lldail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goorta by Evory California Steamer.
ick - nursi-: - (joous . a specialty.
Ist.VMi Ollfl.. S.,l.,,rit, &J gj0- SAT1.ACTIOS C3iarntki:u.
II- K. MflXrYIMi & HIU).,
i.Miinni.ii. imi iu'ai.i:ii. in
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed
s. ii.M,.i. it..,, I4..i m i.r, .(.kl., ,rm M. ,.tul(,rii tiiuWt unil ;(iri)jir
rill.SH - c.l.irtMA I'KODU'K . IJY EVEKY STEAM EIL
I urder. l.un.tHu u,u nded
p.i.t ..1 tin
l.r.AMi Omii:u SttMi'ircti.
KAUl L'UUNLH 1'ullT
ME A CALL!
SoW on May lst
i' o uox m
-I' ti. Hox ji;
-I'. O HON 14.'.
In mid OiNkU Dcllvere.1 to mil
- 1 it) 1 m;i:. '
AMU KiNO UTIIKKTb.