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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.!
KIHIM AND AKTKKJUNK I.
I'o Kwa Mm.
U'uvr Honolulu .
l,rnt I'furl ritv
Arrive Kwn Mill.
I.fiive Kvn Mill.
IM' IVurl City
In.4'4 "i.l7 i.i'i
lilts hia Hiiu
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A. Hnliirdnv!" only.
(-!. SiilnlnyM fxci-pti'il.
I. Pnturilnvs excppteil
(The gnihi J lUt.in.
.SATURDAY, MAY 2(5. 18S11.
MAR. I IT 3 N"E"WS.'
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Sii iinw, Mn
.""linr KIIhui-j Hon fruiii lliiwiill
tUmr Wiilulnilp (mm llaiunkiu
Jtnir Moliolll from Molukul and Uium
stiur HhwuII from Hnwnll
O S4 8 Aii'lrillu, lluiiillette, (or
Nhr (i V WiitMHi, Smith, for
blnir lluui for Ol.mnlii, Kiiknliiii
Ooknlu nt Kin in
VosioU Leaving Monday.
Hi mi Mnknlll for Mnlokal mill Limil
VossoIb In Port.
U Mi riillniilililn, llurkcr, from iiilliio,
II 1 J M STnknclillio, Nomura, from Jiiiuiii
Am Missionary packet Morning rttnr, lliir.
luiul, from Hid South )ii
Am bktne Jam- I. Slaufont, Johnson, from
Am hli liLi-Muiititl, Mnr-i-, from II i
Am chr lloliert Mulitrn, I'IiIImtl', from
Nuwcastic. N H V
Am bk Xownlioy. Mollfli'ii, from Ni-w-
iatlu, N H V
Amhkt; D llrymil, .Imvili.oii, from miii
Am bktne Kiltlkal. Culler, from Port Hum-
tclir J DTnllniit. lli'iiliron, from Xi.
iimtlc, X H W
ForoiKii VoiboU Expoctod.
C Art H Arawii, Sirwurt, from SmIiicv.
OHb .'liirloii, HiivMiinl, from Silmv,
O A O 8 M UhvIIc, IVariif, from lloimkoni;
ami okoliiiinii, ilm Muv
Am bk Amy Tiiriiur, from ,Vw Vork.Jnlv
Ilk M HiirkfcM. from l.lvi-rMiol, June I l.'i
Orr lik J 0 Hliiile, from l.lverMMil, Aj.r I-10
I'or Sun I'riincl H-r S . Au-inilln,
MiiVLll-MI. Allen. J mom .uilion
uml wlfn, II r Maui;. Mri- I' M It ti.-. (i
lU'iincti, II II Drills-. ' A lironn. Itolit
t altou, wife uml I hlhlreu, llnuli ( enter.
N II (.'ollioiiii, Cfoiui.TH, W It D.illei uml '
wife. KJ Demroolie. Win llaolo, A Killer.
lfo ami - tilillilrcn. MrS KhrK'li, II K '
KiiierfOii. MIm I. I'eiinell, Mr K V Fuller.
Mlii JokIu OiiH-mun, Dr HoMcrer, , I'
Hopkc. J A llopiH'r, J llowiu.l, Mrf M ,
llyile. lliironKH KierlliiKk.i lm Kim- '
bull. Mm t'ul Kltelii'ii, Mllltclicii, A V i
Until r nml wife, C I.loyil.l'iii.inln MuNon, I
UioT Me I. on ii, uirnnml elillil. Ml.. Nun '
miry, Mli 1. (1 Nornill, P Peek, A I'llklnt;- I
ton, Mm J D. Schlock, ii K ribeMoo uml
lfo, t'apl A I. Mlni'lnlr. M miioh. It I ,
PittMiiiK uml wife. Itcv A rt Tuomlilv iiikI
wilt), ii miiioii, .iiixs Mm Yllel, I'rli Wll
helm ami wife, .Ml.- Wllhulm
1'omonn who xympathi.o with the
Hlllictml will rejoice with 1). Ii. Carr
of 12.'l.r llarriiton rtreot, Kaunas City.
Ho in an old mi mi re r from iulliimmn
tory rhoumntiHiii, but has not here
tofore been troubled in this climate.
Last winter he wont up into Wirorni
iu, and in coinsciiieiice has had
another attack. "It came upon uie I
again verv acute and severe," lie j
raid. "My joints swelled ami be- j
came iutlamcd; nore to touch or
almost to look at. Upon the urgent
reijiicslof my tuother-iii-law I tried '
Uinnilwrlain'ft I'ain Halm to reduce I
the swelling and ease the naiu. and
to my agreeable surprise, it did
both. I have used three fifty-cent
bottles ami believe it to be the finest
tiling for rheumatism, pains ami
swellings extant. For sale by all
dealers. Hensou, Smith A: Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
"Does your urtist friend paint por
traits true tolifo!" "He did at lirit,
but he has learned better." Indeed!"
"Yes. The first two or three com
missions he executed were so true to
life that the sitters refused to take
tho piet tiros."
Mrs. DoStyle: "What's tho matter,
my little niaii!" Hoj: "Hoo-hoo!
I'm cryiu' 'cause my mother i so un
fashionable." "Four child! Is she so
dowdyish as to make you weep?"
"Yes'm. She wears common leather
Mistress and maid: "Did you tell
those ladies that I was not at home;"
"Yes, ma'am." "And what did thev
reply?" "They said: 'Oh, how for
"The Chinese are a very ancient
race." "Yes; you will discover in
our American cities that they belong
to the age of iron."
Parker: "Swell hoarding house,
isu't it?" Darker: "Swell? Hash is
uever mentioned except a-, 'leunis
sanco corned beef!' "
If King Solomon wa alive In.
would now say: "Go to the t rat cling
man, loam his ways, and bo wie."
Mr. C. W llattoll, a Cincinnati
traveling man ropro-eiiting tin.
Queen City Printing Ink Co., after
stilloring intensely for two or tluee
dayHtvith lameness of the shoulder,
resulting Troiii rheumatism, c.mii
plotely cured it with itto applica
lions of Chamberlain's I'ain llaliu
'I his reinedt is gaining a wide repn
Inticm for its prompt cures of rhoii
matism, lame back, sprains, swell
ings, and lameness, fill cent bottle-,
for sale bj all dealers. Hoiisou,
.Smith fc Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
rut urn to Mulokni
Dr. Goto will
Hock Hew in hi it lies two for 'J.V..
nt tho "Empiro."
' I H. .Inmu-ii, practical gun maker.
I lias a canl ("latuvluTf.
J. V. Chapman will tvihir for ban
quets, parties and picnics.
W. Eterrctt Stone. vn
to tho Coast by tlui S. S
Jas. !. Mortrnn will toll the fund
ttiroof Mrs. Inn Mohaiti at Ida. in.
"M. ..).. 1 1. :! .. U....I.. .
. """" wn-iw Mils llllfiv present
i '1 l ' Opora Hon,,) by tho Daili.y
Mock Co. yesterday meniii) to a
W. .1. Sadris, tliu Cingalese ten
merchant, is soiling Habann und
Dansoti oifiars, ttliieli am of tfrcat
purity and pod llavor.
Mechanics Homo, corner lintel
and Nuiiauu street. Lodjriiif,' In
day, wook or motitli. Terms; 2.i anil
iM) cents por uiulit; ?l and $l.i: por
Mm .Josie Un.mmanV skirl dance
at ''l0 (,lM'r Houo was much ap
I'lfl'i.lU'll uy (IIO aUtllCIICC. Ilio
, yotuitf $ kicker had to respond
to an euuoro.
Additioiio and iiiiprovouionlM will
shortly bo tnndu to the bitli houn
and pior at Saim Souci, owiuy to the
itioreasliiK patrniiu?u and popularity
of the reorl.
II. H. M. H. Champion returned
from nuiieviiiK JohiMtou Maud on
' .luly Jo, W2, the day the old Hu.i.i:
rix olllce on Queen street caught
lire. The Hlm.utix contained a full
report of her iiaisic and a copy of
the proehiiiialioti left on the itland
by L'oiiunaiider llooke.
You jct iiiteruatiounl law and so
cial fcieiice in the llawniiaii I lard
ware (Jompnuy' column today.
"All about the lwalauiV trip" -tho
newnboyn will take their cue from it
lliiit nflor in. If il' HilMoii beau
pole, or proteetiou from miMipiitues
or cocktail iuior. you are after,
though, you o to the More. When
I hero yi.ii may Kot anything from a
alitor teaspoon to nu noriuotor, or a
cau-opoucr for the houiehold to a
Ilendiy breaker for the plantation
not to mention the locked wire fence.
ELKCTIUO STUIiET CAIIS.
An Export on tlio Oroumt to Inspoct
tho UoiulitlnnH In Honolulu.
While at Viitoria. It. l. K. G.
Uyton Walker made a careful e
iimiiinlion into the working of the
electric el reel ear liKteui of that
city. He iuduct'd Hubert .Meiiauli,
electrical engineer of the stXeiu, to
' ni'coinpany him to lbuiolulu bt the
S. S. WarriuoMi. to iii.ni-t all the
I'liiidiiiiiiiii for Martin an electric
itrcot car .-lrin here. The mooted
t'ali route wol b loiik.-d into
thorouhly.aini upiui Mr. MeuaughV
reimri it ih pooiible capilaliili mat
inke Mr. WatorliniHi.', ,,ir,.r ,,f '(,
' bonus of .?l(l,(HK).
Alolm to a Kino Kullow.
A few friends of Mr. A. F. Ilopke.
in view of his departure, tendered
him a farewell dinner, which took
place at the Hawaiian Hotel yesler
iiay eteninj.'. I lie menu was a vert
line one and the dinner ivm ronify
J enjoyed. Mr. HopkeV entertainers
, took occa-iou to pie-eut him with a
iiauii.soiue hoiiveuir oi their regard.
Mr. Hopke ha- been the innunuer of
the Spreckelstille Ktoru at Kiiti ultii
for a great many years and lias a
host of friends throughout the isl
ands. He ua bauoiiolteil sovnr.il
i tinii". before leaving Maui. The
IIi'i.i.i:ti hni occniun to remember
Mr. Hopke kiudlt for his friintll
attentions to itr repreceiitaiiveh
j many time., when tliey viiited Kahu
j lui. He will be great I v iiiiM'd bv
all who altoud the J t la of .J til v races.
Morrib Still Alive.
I. Kcknnlt. liurievnrnl t li. looon'i
Hospital, was soon this morning
; ttitli regard to the condition id Mr.
i.Morris. the pas-enver who fired a
! bullet into his head on the S. S.
WariiinooouTliuisday. Mr. Kcknnlt
.said that there was' hardlv anj
l cliange in the man's couditiou. He
1 wa hovering betweiMi life and death.
As ho has sort ited so long theie may
be hopes of his entire recotery
1 Probably Fatal Accictunt.
.lapaueso prisoner was run over
, bt a carat the Kamoiliili ipiarrt this
morning and seriously injured.' Ho
was brought to imvi'i in a tramcar
I and carried from IWouinin street to
the Queen V hospital. An eaiuiui;
, tiou failed to discloso the etelit of
I his injuries. His back had been
eitlier broken or ilislocaled. It is not
expected the mail Will lite
A lady at Toolets. I .a.. wa terv
sick with bilious colic when M. C
Tisler, a prominent merchaut of I he
town, gave her a bottle of Chamber
, Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diairluea
( Koiuedy. He says she was well in
forty minutes after taking the first
do-e. For sale b.t all dealers. Hen
sou, .Smith A: Co., Agents fin the
"Oh," said I he buly lecturer. "I
hate hail such a delightful eonter
cat ion with I ho gi-ut Ionian y mi saw
bow In me as wo lufi the train lie
told nu- thai the eiuaucipatiiiu of
woman had boon his life work for
eter si lllltn )eai." "Yes," ,;,,
the woman who hail come tn moot
her, "that is sii i has boon a
dlturce latttei eter since I cniilii
'Now. if I gUo
ton a Hollar will v
lo dtiiili aieilhei
lluuilhiiiiie I lain,
me, homo Iiiil'IiI "
mi i . r r 1 1 1 - novel
glass of bcei J"
"Well, hero's a
ilollar. Now. what
will ton sat if
a frii'iul aKs vmi In
have a glass of heei ' llainlsiiiuo
llarn. "Oh, deie au'i im daugei uf
dal, mum, all u fellers can losoaim '
PROTEST FOB THE NATION.
Prasouted to Minister Willis by tho
Hawaiian Patriotic League.
A few days ago a committee of
the Hawaiian Patriotic League wait
ed upon His Excellency Albert .
Willis, United States Minister, with
tho protesting memorial that is
rjivon below. Minister Willis at
t iir.it demurred slightly to receiving
the document, saying that in his
olliuial capacity he kept his Govern
ment fully informed of all phases of
the situation here. Mr. Hush ans
wered by saying that while that was
all right from His Excellency's point
of view, the Hawaiian. represented
by the League desired to be placed
on record as protesting directly to
the United States Government,
through its representative, against
the course of tho Provisional Gov
eminent in proceeding to establish
a permanent form or government
while tho United States Goverumout
3till had the revolution of IHO.'l
under its arbitration. Mr. Willis
was prevailed upon thus lo receive
the protest, which is os follows:
To His Excellency Alrkht S. Willis,
Minister Resident and Envoy
Extraordinary of the United
We. the undersigned officers of
the Hui Hawaii Aloha Aina (Hawai
ian Patriotic League), roproontiug
about two-thirds of the legollv
iitialined voters of the Hawaiian
Kitiirdoni. for .inil In luilmir.r l.n
people we represent -tho people of j
no country no uereuy Hog to Still,
mil to Your Excelleuuy the follow
The cnnibiol nf I tor X(n(.,.i '..
l.u-ni ...i.i. i .".. in.'"
i.inni I,. !...,. ....ill, ..!. i.. v
Excellencv. and nl.il., .-.. I.e :
mined the most absolute 1....1,.,. ....!
tinier in every ijtiaiter of our islotui
(tiiv..rnin..nl n. I I!
1 iiiiiii 1 rniii'i-i .uir irfii-idifinni
roi.K-1,. ,.o...i .',..i ' i... 11... xf-t
...,.. .,-.. r...., I.,.,1,T1 F I1VI ,HIJ
-sij uiiuioHaiaiii auti anappoai Dy
uer iiavtnuaii subjects and fr em s,
.... iui...ir ..r !...:. i..i... :..i.. ....'
ou e hall 01 Htoir
ir joint rights ami
believe Your Excel
interests, vet we I
loncy to be aware of the fact that
.to hate been morally deprived, bv
1 he iresonl Provisional Government',
of rights ami liberties to which we
are perfect ly entitled by the provi
sions of our Constitution
That every measure and means
have been used to incite us ami our
people to anger, with the evil design
of creating nu eruption, which would
not improve the merits of our cause,
but through it all have maintained
oiinpiiet and dignilied attitude 1111
changed. Having submitted our
case for arbitration to our Great and
Good Friend, the Government nf
the United States, in whom we hnvi.
absolute ami uuwaveringcoiilitlence. '
wo have decided to tolerate all in! !.
suits ami injury from the present
self-const it mod ruler of the count rv.
waiting a liunl decision from tile
Lnited Stales Goreiuuient through
its Chief Executive.
Hul after a lapse of fifteen mouths
of forbearance which has nearlv ex
haiistod tho limit f 0111 patience,
tye aie confronted with a proclama
tion from the Provisional Govern
I calling for a Constitutional
(outeiition to be constituted of a
majoritt of self-appointed, ami of a
minority of elective, members, of
whom the latter were elected bv a
very small minority, principally almo
voters, under a restrictive and pro
hibit it o oath, 011 May '2. IS1.) I There
fore by this act we consider the
Provisional Government exceeds
tho power vested in it, bv attempt-
iug in the aforosaul manner to
change 1 he status of the Hawaiian
piesMon submitted to. ami now
United States 'Giiveriiiiioni f,.r ..
i...r.u. . .. .. ...
tion and li
ml sell lenient.
Wefuilherconsiderthisact of the
rovisional Goterninont not tuily n
reach of courtesy to the United
Slates Government, hut n violation
Slates Goverumout. hut a violation
of its provisional authority Also
contrary to all established" interna
tioual customs ami usages. Where
fore tte protest.
And now recognizing no other
authority to whom wo can appeal,
under the circumstances, we there
fore take the liberty of formally pre
sent iug this protest to Your Excel
leucy, as tho authorized ropreseiita
liteof the Lnited States Goverumout
iu Hawaii. Holieviug ami praying
that it will please Your Excellency
togitethis important measure the
consideration and attention which
our Excellency may deem pru
dent ami necessary iu the promises,
we humbly and respectfully sub
scribe ourselves, on behalf of our
count it iients. ami ask the honor to
Your Excellency's Most Humble
ami Obedient Sorvants,
'Signed. .1. Ntw-vui. Prest..
.1. A. Cimuiiv.s.
J. E. Ui-mi,
.1. Ix. K.VIN.WI VNO,
S. KCKVIIIKll. c
.1. Kl-kici. -'
I. K All VI.
A. Ptl.CKtl.l III,
I. K. PlILNIiLlltlVsi,
I. K. Ix vri.it.
S. K. A hi,
TI10T. G. ham! will play at Emma
Square this afternoon.
MR J. W. CHAPMAN.
llll HI'l. I. KNOUN
I- now prep'irtil to .11. r lor il.iuiiitt-soeiiil-
I'rix.iic lilnuer I'.irtie., Ve.iin
ur li.ll.lelt I'lirtll-, el e, ele". Hi ttlll lie
pleu-l'il IoiiiiI llpio IIIIV ill'lli ol uenlle
nn ii w Iiii i III klmllv inlilre.v 1,. ti
I'l.'ACl'ICAI. lil'N-MAKKl: '
I l if lo liilorin SnoiinK Men uint ilie
loin rill I'.tlihr llnll I .llll prepliri'il In Ite
1.111 iiinl lieiiovMIe everv . n.lloii ol
1 treiirin- iiinik, lliili . uml Ili'Volvers
kklllfii'li lie-loekeil. Illneiuiiiiml It oiui
iiit: lone in 1111 huii l'ir-1 iin--work-
III ilislnp Klltirilllleeil. 1 lltiiliiel lirtlllll.lU
lllleti. Iei (,, '
1 Mns vim. i:r iiu.Niii.ii.i'.
HARDEN PROVES A BAD EDO.
Kormer Exile Appears in the
I Role of a Thief and Bandit.
I F G. L. Harden, tho young man
who was exiled from here some time
ago ami returned by way of Samoa.
1 lino txill lilfiianlf Irisikt'A.n lil ! il...
category of tho dangerous classes by
criminal conduct of an outrageous
nature. Harden stoiul up W. H.
Dailoy on Punchbowl yesterday
afternoon with a pistol in each hand,
aud demanded fitly dollars offered
by Dailoy for the recotery of certain
iirucios stolen iroin ins cottoge ai
tho Hotel. It will be remembered
Dailoy had his apartments entered
and a number of things of much
value taken therefrom. Harden had
inlln.t rami iff.irn.l l. .,,.. .!... IXnll..
to whore the articles wore hidden if
no woiimi niauo good lus olfer of
mty Hollars rewanl. Dailoy com
plied ami wauled to call a hack, but
Harden preferred a private hiuri'v.
This conveyance was secured antl
when the two got in Harden insisted
on driving. Mrs. Dailoy and Miss
Gassman had in the lueantime gone
to the Police Station to notify
Detective Larson. Larson got to
the Hotel and found the two. Harden
and Dailoy, had gotio. Harden drove
a circuitous route, finally stopping
on Piiuchbowl. He went n short dis
tance and returuetl with tvto pistols
which he levelled at Dailoy. and told
him to "dig up." The money was
forthcoming, and immediately an- ,
other man tt earing a mask aun'cared
A . i . J'
1 lie scene with the sto leii
A ft. 1 1 1 I Ills limn Xtr. It..!).,.- ,...!
Miss Gassman were soon coming up
the road in a buggy. Harden rushed
I the road in a buiri
i down the hill and ordered them to
K" l"ck. which they did. When the
' nr'il'''? wer turned over the masked
llinil thsatlllearnd mill llnnliil. ilrxr..
to the foot of the Punchbowl road.
I wl"'ll he got Ollt
mitt mtlitr.iit I lo.
' Mormon cliurc
Moruion church premises.
, , '. ... " :, n ..........
i-aior iu me evening Harden was
' " " " '" ," v """ " ';uiiirm.
was entered 011 t he s at on book
assault with a deadly weapon. His
case was sot for hearing at lo'clock
to day, hut circumstances caused the
authorities to dispose of him other
wise. As witnesses in criminal cases
cannot test if v by deposition but in
person, to detain Harden for trial
would hate compelled the detention
of Mr. and .Mr. Dallevautl Miss Gass
man as witnesses. 'I his would have
proved a great hardship to them at
the close of their dramatic season,
involving the expense of staying
here, the loss of engagement at the
Coast aud the disruption of the
Under those circumstances Attor
ney General W. O. Smith conferred
. ., ,... ..,,, .-niiiiiii irxswn ixi
?;.H,I!,I nnn,V,"'!;i VftlV. V',h ;,nj'!
XX -- llril si. Minister, Hard
about Hartleu's cae with Maior
Oil boillL' llll Kllirlishlimil. 'I'll. 1 r.iaoll
was that Hardoii's passage was paitl
lo the Coast by the steamer Autra
lia leaving at noon, under nn engage
mont with the culprit that he should
never return to the Hawaiian Isl
ands. How good his promise is m.tv
be judged from the fact that ho
boasted on getting out of the station
that he would be back within three
mouths by way of Kahuliii.
The latest is that a hitch has 00
eurroil in the an.iugements for liar
leu's second exile from these shores.
Captain lloudlotte. beiui? aiinrolion
, sive of dinicully in landing a vagrant
at San 1'iaucisco under American
laws, also took counsel with tho
I authorities. At this writing it is
! whispered thai Harden is not going
' by the Australia.
I Mi. ...nJl....l ...1 . .
, . . ",."'" ""'"'"" n" """"
,' " ," " ' "'."" ,' "Kern 10 1 ie ,
&," , ."' w'iH. M" ,,1"ml '" ,l'" I
! joi'key. who tv,
I District Court
I man ami appe;
' counsel for tin
I mmi tml appealed. Harden assisted
in iissiiuii 1.1 11 no
i.1w, l,",,,B' ,,,i' f'Tcuoon that .
1 ""K"" w xlovvet away on I he j
: .V-!?' "" "", ,ru ."f ,L" '
! ?.",,".,r,,H."' J."" """'flood to I.e.
that ho should i-xilo himself.
j Harden dill not go by the Aiistra
Ha. It is understood lie indicated
I Fitgeraltl as his accomplice iu a
statement made to the authorities,
The native jury yesterday after
noon returned a verdict of iTitNl
. tlamagos against W. II Cuininiugs,
1 road supervisor, at the suit of Mrs.
M. laukea and others, for assault
mid battery. Tho claim was fcltwn.
The contested will case of C. Ma
I uaole is being heard to ilat liefore a
native jury. Only one witness had
been examined up to 110011.
Dr. S. F. Scott, Hltie Hidge. Harri
son Co., Mo says: "For whooping
cough Chamberlain's Cough Koiue
dy is excellent." Hy using it freolt
the disease is deprived of all danger
ous consequences. There is 110 tlau
ger iu git iug the Itemed,) to babies,
as it contains nothing injurious, 'lit
mid nil cent bottles for sale hy all
, dealers. Houson,Suiitlt Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
1 )u not lc f'oolfd tliih
yi'iir, tin owiitu's and
ti'iiiiifi'M of line Mtock
hIioiiI(J lijive tlie very heHt
(imlity of feed for their
lini-ht'H. The only jiluce
liil' hllcll h the .....
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tm IKI.I.I'lli)M.s l.'i -!
DELIVERY TO THE PAHK EVEHY DAY.
Oi'Kici. v: Wahi-.iiui sk :
CDiner tiieeii and Niiimini
Tho Katuohamohas nnd Ilawaiis
Will Meet Again.
The Hawaiis and Katnohauiehas
will cross bats 011 the diamond at
J1:.'I0 o'clock this afternoon, in what
is anticipated will bo one of hardest
fought games this season. Indica
tions are that there will boa large
attendance. Two police ollicers will
00 placed in the grand stand to
keep order, ami the "students" will
applaud in the proper place. Fob
lowing are the teams and their
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"IVUU D VUieO
Mr: C. B. Card
Made Over Anew
Chronic Haadacho Curod-Wcak
Lungs Mado Strong and Well,
"for )frs I lint nick hcaiUelir erpry liir.and
t ln lull Trr wmU lunga. Hum I ltT
Iieen litkliiK lloit' S.ir.itlll.i, I tiaTe
lire 11 ratlrrlr cnrfl of ie.ii.u Iki, and my
limit sib Mronc uml m-II. I'rlcihliuftentay
How Well You'ro Looking.
I tell Until It l it up to lliHhl's S.trviatlllx I
.on iliuill In tUliirr -nrtrr nelcltcil orfr
I"0"uriis t-ffnro t.r.j.ig nott't Siri'-
till.1. sin! at lite tlm I h-gM UUng It I timt
-run ilintn to S." muii It. Imt new I wrljh
III1,. My frlinl tlimijrtii wotittl Its tlra4
Un ", tun I miii irrfftty vtrll. I am
utialilr tn rtpres my tliiintis fur I'm Rood
has iletir fur." Mits 1 II ( aiio. IVI6 Aitrlln
Sires' Oaiilutel, C.li'r.inU.
Hoi'l'n pllla "''ir- 1.. 1 I nn III, llltlou.
nl'.l, '.I . 't e tii.yr.'ii,ri s j 1 1 ".l. t.l.-hO.
HollltnV, NKWX1AN ,V ft)..
Aqrnts fur llnwsllnn Mnmts.
ti a owe
Anv flrf...i cviibS
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nittd loacK, or
OrSillo evchcre kyfiruiU
nn: ,UKS Y I'll It
IS WITH TDK
IlulliNter Druir Co..
583 Port Stpant,
Where this llivalililhle hotleholil reinrih
limy lie.nlilillneil hy the
' HOTTLE, DO.EN or GKOSS
We have hImi the l,tiryel Moek ol
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Toilet Articles -Photographic
I'll lie (oiiml III the HllH : Until sllllnl
DPIIIMi XIV AIISI M I-. I hiiXI lh
NliiuiU, Xtr I .1, .nure mil ,hm
for me umli'r full niuei ol . 1 1. .n..- mi. I I
wIM not he 1. "! ilili (01 iiiin lull-eon
triieleil li) iiiimiiii e-e in m uiiine t r.
li. I . Hnuo Hill tiiteinl in mi) ..r.ler- I. li
III Hie hoi.
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Honolulu Xl.it '., Mil. o I
DiMiiNn nu. mm v 1 ,,, ,, .
Mi. A I. hit 1 lioin id. Ili.uiioiiii
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mini ietl iv Xii 1 1 u, 1, 1, mi,
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I Honolulu Mil) .'., Ivil. loll in
N". S. SACHS1
OfiO Kort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOK.- In I'liilti, Slrlpe.1, eineks 11 ml I'mM.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. OKADKi; AND I'ltlCRH.
I)I.MITIK. In 8trIH-.t. Cheeks. I'liii.l. ami Hnlr l.in.
INDIA L1X0NS, BATISTE AXD COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON .MULLS IN WHITE. CKEAM AND KCKU
I.MMKNHK VAKIKTY OK
"WHITE .". C3-OOIDS
AN KNIH.KH8 VAItlKTV OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIIIIIIIIKIIV KIOTINIIS in .!, VI, )k ,,,, HllIIllmfl, ,
All ttlilths with ItciTiiiig 1,1 Muff li.
All-oter Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Fluuuces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
ALSO I UK
FreinolTL Kiel Shoe at $2.25.
I Imvi' lifcn iiiMtmrU-ri hy Mit. .1. M. di: S. k Sii.va
j pif irii-tor il the Hawaiian-.Iai-anksk Hazaaii, llotflstiUt
to null Ills Ht.ii'k of .JAPANKSK (JOOUS. AImi, a lii.r ,.
M)itim..t of .IAPANKSK I'AIMSU NAPKINS will Int.l.l
l.KSS THAN COST.
Temple of Fashion
:m:. C3-. SILVA,
Beginning: Saturday, May 12th,
Grand Removal and Clearance Sale
AT A UKKAT
S-Sr On .ItiiR. 1m wt. open in tun- N,.t Simv kimwii
mn "KA MA ILK," rl!l Fn Sirwi.
III Nil AM STI1EET.
FIT AND FINISH GDARANTEED.
OsisIiiihmvs and Scrgus Just Roroiveil !
SUITS IPROM d14 UP
Dry Goods. Fancy Goods. Laxvns. Etc. Etc. Etc
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
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l-M I.I I IM o-
Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
n.ts.s sii.k 1'ii.i.utv. , i., .,. , , ,,, t
)r " J"""1 "'" l'i"r,' f"r SIIIIHII..I Wi.r. 7y,n,s f,,r Miti
B. F. EHLERB &c OO,
BOB ou FORT STlStUlJOT.
for White Goods