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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KKOM AND AKTEIt JUNE 1. 1,-en.
To K a Mi l.l.
It. II. A. 1).
A.M. I'.M. P.M. P.M.
I.euve Honolulu .. ,8!4.'i 1:45 4:35 5:10
I.euve 1'earl City ....9:30 2:30 5:10 6:WI
Arrive Kwa Mill. .. .9:57 2:57 fl:3H H:2!
C. II. It. A.
A&l AM PM PM
Leave Kwa Mill.. . 8:21 10:13 3:43 6:42
l.eve Pearl City .. .0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu. . 7:30 II :M 4:55 0:45
A. Hatiirilayn only.
0. Hutuiaya exrejited.
I). Saturdays excepted.
MONDAY, MAY 28, 18W.
fi'MHY, Mu 27.
Htmr Claudlne Iroln Matil
Stlur Mlkohnla from Kaunl
HTriiuY, Miij 2ii.
Am hip Occidental, Morse, for Sun Kriin-
Mii.miav. May l's.
fcchr O W Wnt'on, Smith, for Snn I'ran-
Am liklne Klltlkut, Cutler, for I'orl Town-
Still r Kanlit for Wnlniuic, Mnkult'lii uud
Kuhukti nt 10 a in
Stuir Jaitie Milken for bilmlim at 12 in
Minn Mokolll for Molokul and l.timl
Vosaola leaving To-morrow.
.St in r V (I llnll for Mnill and llnwnil nt to
Htmr Wnlalralc for Ijilmlnn and llninu-
Stlur Claudlne (or vorti on Muni nt 5 i in
Htmr Mlkalinlu for Knnal nt 5 in
ritlnr Hawaii for Hmwiti
Oargoo from Ialand Porta.
Slinr t'lnndliu .'.uil ling- Mipur, 31 but
turo, 217 lui,"t potatoes, .'H IniKi I'orn, til
hides, 50 hend entile, Vol hint-. tr. pki
Slnir Mikiilnila-.VI.Mi Imk utinr, 1.1 lll
hide, 7" ik! nundrie-.
Voaaola in 1'ort.
U H 8 Philadelphia, Murker, from i'hIIiio,
II 1J M .STuknelillio, Nuiiiuru.fruin Japan
Am Mls'lunury picket Mnriilng.Stiir, dnr-
land, frum llm South Hen
Am bklnu Jane I, Stanford, Jolm-on, from
Am fdir Itoliert Sudden, I1 lillior;. from
Xowcaetle, X h V
Am bk Xotvbuy, Moltcnled, from New
castle, N H W
Am bk C II llrynnt, Jaeoli-oii, from smi
scbrj 1) Tallinn. Hciideriii, from Sew-
cattle, N 8 W
Foreign Voaaola Expoctod.
C A 8 8 Arnwu, .Stewart, from vdney,
OSS Miirlpo, llnyuard, from Sydney,
I'iOhH Gaelic, IViirne, from HoiiKkotiii
and Yokohama, due May 14
Am bk Amy Turner, from New York, July
Ilk M Huckfeld. from Liver,!, Juno l-l.i
Her bk J U (lludc, from Liverpool, Apr l-lu
Krom Kaunl, perstmr Mlknhiilu, Mn 27.
UN Wllirtx, AHWIcox. Ml- Kupale,
Mrthalliitn, (I It hwurt, Millie Kauwa, J
liaiiatid, (!N KikIkh midwife, Mlnnd
Master KiisIrii und ho deck.
From Maul, per etiur Claudlnc, Mav 27
tl I. IkIu, 1, ) Bjiei.cer, If a mid 2 (hlld
Jen, Oil Wells, Mrs Ke tie, Mrs it Von
Tmiiky and Infant, II Cooper, C J 1'ishel,
1. 1) tllnvcr, J W Kaluu, J K loepu. I.um
l.uiiK, wife und a children, ix.o Kinik, wife
uiidUhlldren, T Alalia, nud 30 deck.
The brlKiiiltlue lAvveiilre will cvtnwai
the latter end of thU week.
Tho barkcutine Kllk'tal. It I). Cutter
iiitt'ter, left to-day for Tort Town.eiid lu
The burkeutlue (Jeo. C. IVrkln- loft Kn
hulul on May 20 for San Krain I-i wltli
.3i3 biins MiKur, valued at fKJ.l.Vt.l.'i.
The ship Occidental, Morse mailer, lift
on Haturday for riuu rrmielwo with . i .-Kt
bait of Hiijfur, vnlueil Ht fl.'i0.U.;nj. II.
Huckfeld A Co. hhlppul I2,l liaiso. M. .
Urlnhuum A- Co. 12li hu-.
The ochooncr (i. W. Wnt-nn, T. II.
hmlth mii-tir, Hailed to-ila for San hraii
Cisco with 12,1112 Iiukh of si'lKur nhllip'd h
Crhtlo A- Cooke, C. ilrefr A- Co ami I'. A
rhnefer A- Co. Hoiuentlu value. lu,17l.a7
The B. H. AuMralin took llm follow lnK
curtfo on ljuturday: Iimi Ni rice, M.
H. (Irlubauiu A to.. I (Oil Tiaus rlie,
SIliK Cboiu; ,Vlo., A72bdl Knen Irdi-,
MeiroHitaii Meat Co , 70 do, U.K. Me
Intyre; II In- vcKctnhli.. Wo hlnj; ,v Co ,
U.3HI lilies i-iunr, W. IS IrwInAlV, loon
nii; rice, :w Iiiii-h roilec, Hviiuiu llr. . s(
Iiukh mlli-ii, Jno. Ilurke, Jl Uikr do, I.. II.
Kerr, 10 bucli Iiuiihiiiin, T. il. Ibivlei, A
Co.; 017 bucli" Imniuiii- andlilixx pint",
(has Wilcox; linl buclo- haiiHiias 3 U
Ikiiioiin IUImIIk MiKurujiie, KitmbliiK, I III
bnclm baiiiinus, kJithiim plueh, Jm,. h,uw ,
ol IiucIik liauiina, ID lh inaniioe,,, ;,7 imeh
bnimii, 3hx butel leuve-, ri.llil Wo. S.l
biiclm Imuaiiai., 1A Iim. pineh, I hx itrnpi-.,
(1. I.yeuri;ii, 2111 hxx liunniiiu. .il In.
fruit, T. I.um Kilii;. Ill) Iiih rice, Yuen
Nun A Co , 10 bxi. i.liie, I' C Krult I
Ktilixiilo, J KlilHell, l.'iUi buuhs banana
Cumpbell, Mar-liall A Co , I l hotel
eaves, Iuoiik Wall On A to., lull bncli
lianuiiHH, iu IhIIh Htipir cane nud 3 b. betel
leaves, rtliiu' .Slinj, :ii Imrlix banana-.
Iroplial h. Co,. I hit Hauallau toad. II,
('. ( o. Domehtic value, ..W
.1 HUH At Kualoii, OjIiii Mux 2... IMU in
the wife of I'linrli'. Hutlii; 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 , it
KAILILLI-At Kiiupo. Mm il. M.n .ii
IbUI, to tic- wife of .. M Kailii'ili. a
MOHAN -At Hllia, Knu. IIiumiii April
2?, e!i, Frank Miiraii, acit.l Miiear.
a unlivo ol oo,tock. New llruiir
lrk, I'auiiiln a Itmldenl ol Kan fur
Don Carlos, I he Spanish pretender,
has intimated lo the pope that lie
cannot counsel his followers loabati
don his cause iu Spain, which is
that of reclaiming his legitimate
rights, whioh claim is similar to that
of tho pope for the restoration of
LOOAL. AND OENEHAL NEWB,
Lotlgo lo I'rogrm will meet tbia
N'oxt Wednesday will be Mcinn
i rial day.
The P. G. bnml will play al Emmn i
Sijuoro tlii: wiling.
I Hnrdon's trial lias liecn sot for thu
j Illsl inst. in thu District Court.
' Tho S. S. Australia had niiu'ty-
nine names on hur iiasitignr list.
0. A. Urown l(ft by tho S. S. Aus
tralia on .Saturday for the Coast.
Mrs. C. M. irydo, ov. A. S.Twom
bly and wife loft ou the Australia or
Kiyht eo.s driiiilientiosM worn
disponed of in the District Court
Tho stuanter Mikaltala arrived
from Kauai yostordny. Sho saw no
traces of tho Iwalaul.
Tho Sous of St. Goorgo will elect
ollieors this ovouing, anil a full at
tendance is requested.
Walter G. Stuith, nx-editor of the
Star, leaves for San FraucUco on the
S. S. Maripo-a next Thursday.
Tho oale of Mrs. Mchain's furtii
turo by J as. I'. Morgan hat boon
postponed to Thursday, .luuo l.
A now consicninont of furniture
isoxpeclotl daily front thu coast for
Ordway A: I'orler by tho barkeiitiuo
Tho latest runior is that the Iwa
lani has been ltoltcd on board the
Champion to have her bottom
Ilonry Peters, clerk in the Custom
House, was married at Kona. Hawaii,
recently. His wife is an amiable
Frank Godfrey has retired from
cervico on the llolomtta. Hu yet re
niniiin a local correspondent of the
pAHiniiicr and Chicago Times.
j .1. Levey will koII tholiouohold
furniture of S. Khrlich on Thursday
at 10 o'clock. Particulars will be
found in an advortiKomctit olsewltero.
.Mechanics' Home, comer Hotel
and Nuiianti street. Lodging liy
iny, week or month. Terms: 'St ami
f0 cents per night; ?l ami rl.l.,.'i per
Notice a change to-dav in D. How
ard Hitchcock's card, lie aiinniiiieos
clashes and special Iimsoii-, bctideA
inviting visitors for Friday after
noons. .Messrs. Kaiihaue, Kalua and Ka
hatilelio, native delegates from the
other islands to tho Constitutional
Convention, uero strolling round in
There will be I wo baseball ames
I his week one ou Wotltioi-d.iy be
tween tho CrosccutK nnd Hawaiis
and another on flat unlay but ween
the HawaiN and Crescent.
A man who took subordinate parts
in the Dailoy engagements was put
oft the Australia ou Saturday. In
addition to his salary ho wanted a
free passage to the Coast and he got
it in the neck.
ftiiM-iT mint-;. itui t'liriMOiiiMi vts-
1 torday nud a grand limn na gfven
at Knlihi iu their honor. Their
1 names are ICiuil I'erdimiud Sauford
I t a a si
Tl...... I...I.... .. ..!.:. 1
" 'li "if- """'ii ivaaia arKl.am
n," " '"" Ivunnidt liortfoldt.
1 A plat form has been built iu the
' Legislative hall, , I udieiary building,
I and the Hour painted. Wires have
been introduced for electric lighl
me", mum immn us u nigiii session-
wore anticipated at the Const it u-
' tlonal Couveuttou.
The principal of the Kaupo Fug
1 lish school. Maui, has been arrested
l for aiding iu the marriage of a four
i teen year-old girl to a brother-iu-j
law. The was committed for
I jury triul at U'ailttkuaud the pri-un-or
in out ou $1000 bail.
This month'it I'laulern' .Monthl
contains much valuable information
i about the rtiuuiiig of sugar mills
and plantations, also about theettl
I tivatton of tea, collee, bananas, fibre
I plants, etc. It is one of tho hot
' numbers issued iu a long time
The attention of the IJae:il As
sociation in called to the fact the
I fence ou the Ewt side U a hornet's
1 stronghold. A horo tied there Sat
j urdaj afternoon hud a trying tune
of it until roiiiuii'tl by a goiitleiu.iu
I wiio was attracted by itn frantic
i eirorts to got auu..
I Prof. Hradley will start hi prepa-
ratory hinging and theory clas very
jshorlly. as miiiii a ho foceive, the
i names of a feu more young ladie
and gentleinen. Toruie, '."i forihreo
j months. Name-, may be loft at the
' otlice of tin.- paper or at Mr. Ilrml
ley's residence, Kiikui House; after
May .'II, .11 Fuim.-i streot
i The Paradirit of the Pactlie for
.May it mil. the fi r-t number from
i the haudn of the new proprietors
; Frauk L. Hnogs. editor, aud .1. F.
j Clay, business manager It is illiii.
' trated with a tinted stiiiloiiunt,
1 coiitnining ,even Hawaiian views.
There is a firsi-rat lino of reading
j mutter, miieh of it original and the
rest we.?eecli'd, ('oiisidoring the
I ehort tune they have had the papei,
I the new owners are to bo emigrant
lated on their initial i--.in
The p. (J. liuiiil will phi at
i Kiuiiia Sipiaie I In.- evening at 7:.'l
o'eloek. l''nloviiig is the program'
i i. i i
March I'xaro .rli, li
I Hon in.. Tin- liivuU IViii.
I 'it ii I n - ui - In I lie i liapi ' l.il.'iilieri'
i'l..'in.ii I'aileoi ... -Milium
Medic -M n-ii ,il Hi vi llivii'ii
hchiittiilit Iik l'ii-li liim'i Mi,,i.
WnlU I ... V- I Ho - i .i,j. iii',iIii-i
Mum li I lbl luf.intM, Kml
tiiiveines.' "What is lie capital
of Floridaf" I'rocoeioy clilhl. "The
mono) they gel from' m notlhoru
THEY PLAY GOOD BALL.
Kamehamehas Win Again in a Fine
Tho baseball game ou Saturday
. bolweon the Kamehamehas and Ha-
I walls was witnessed by ouo of the
' biggest crowds attracted this season.
Tho Kama wero lirst to tho bat. Ma-
, hulta sent an easy fly to second. Pa-
hail pounded a heavy grounder to
' first base, which tho guard fum-
' bled. Ho was advanced to second
by Koki's base hit and came homo ou
Lindsay's byplay between first and
second. Kolti also came home.
Bridges went out on a tly to first
and Viso on strikes. Kaanoi was
, loft on socoud and Lindsay on third.
There wero severe criticisms over
the decisions of tho umpire on
bases. Lindsay deliberately ran off
tho lino to nvotd being touched out.
lu tho fifth inning Lotnoti made a
hit to deep right which Uosa failed
1 to stop, and tho runuer covered
three bases, lie finally came homo
1 on a base hit by Koki. Maliuka,
! Pahati and Lindsay went out on
I Hies. This made a total of three
runs for tho Kamehamehas. The
, Hawaiis only scored ouo run, and
that was in tho ninth inning. Cupid
' replaced McCorristou in thu sixth
inning, got his base by balls iu tho
ninth ami made a circuit of tho
bases by brilliant stealing assisted
1 by Clark's base hit.
"Hoiinie" Lemon pitched for the
Katns. Ho displayed good judg
ment and had full control of tho
ball. There wore two policemen lu
the grandstand and in cousetpienco
there was less yelling than usual
from tho "students." It is hoped
tho officers will bo present at ovory
game. Following is the score:
, xMr. ah. k. mi. o. . k
I Mnlmkn, 21. ... . I o 1 1 .1 0
, I'iiImii, c . I I II . I I
' Kukl, r.f I I i o n 0
l.linl;iv. Ill ... I o 1 13 I
; taaiiiif,c f .. ..1000 i
tlrldf!e, If .... 3 n II O 0 0
Wl?e, :tli . 3 0 0 3 3 0
IteilV'kt, . . . ,1 II 0 I II 0
' b'liu.li. p. . 3 I I 0 S I
Tolnl .. . . 32 3 :t 27 22 .1
i . . ... .
J ,NMI'. Ml. H. lilt. O, K. r..
Vllll, lb I 0 0 II I 2
Mart, n.s .1 0 2 o 2 0
Holt. If I 0 n I 0 o
' Pre f .. t il I 5 0 0
' MrCorrllnln!.f ... 2 o o O 0 I
i lipid, c.f. 2lel II 0
i A lila, p. . I 0 I I 5 (I
Clark, :il . . . I o 2 0 il 3
, lio-ii, r.f .. .10 10 0 0
' Tliompoiti, 2I .10 12 7 O
. .15 I 8 21 15 II
'Mi'Corrl.tnn wai replaced t Cupid
afier I lie tilth Inning.
St'MMtnv -Tlini) of naine, I hour 25 mlti
lv. Ilarneil runt, 0. Ilaie on ImlN lly
l'iiion. 2. hlrin'k out II) Iaiiiioii. 7;
A lila, .1 b'tl on tin-en KiiiiieluimeliM, .!;
Hawaii, il. rro-liue hit Miihukn. 'Ihrce
! till -Union, t'mplreii C. Cnidlie and
M. K. Keolii kalole. eorer A. IVrry.
nr. n innivio.
I 2 3 I il 7 li
2 U0U I li 0 (I --3 I
0 0 o o 0 il il n
HARDEN' TELLS HIS STORY.
Snya lie Won a Medium for is China
mtm and Oloura I'itzenrald.
Through the courtesy of Deputy
Marshal lirowu a Hn.LUTix reporter
was allowed an interview with F. (t.
L. Harden this morning. Harden
was not iu a happy frame of mind,
but ho voluntarily gave tho follow
iug statement, which ho says ho has
furnished oflldallv to the British
Minister aud tho Attorney-General;
"1, Francis Harden, in the presence
of tho llritish Minister, Attorney
Uenoral V. O. Smith of the Provi
sional Oovornmont ami Almightv
Uod, make this statement voluntnrf
ly, the Provisional liovornmeut
making obligations to pay my pas
sage to British Columbia. On Fri
day I received a telophono, aud went
to a cotTcc Iioum) ou Maunakoa
street. There I met Wing Lau
Choug. Ho told mo he kuow whom
Dailey'h things wore, aud ho offered
me a commission if I would nego
tiate wit It Mr. Dailoy. Wo secured
horses aud rode to tint top of Punch
bowl. He pointed out thu place '
and marked where a masked man '
would possibly bo when Mr. Dailoy
aud myself came up. We returned '
to town. I thou wont to Mr. Dailoy
and we rode up to Punchbowl iu a '
bugg). We found the things aud a
masked matt appeared. Dailoy gave ,
mo ,2."i aud I drew ,f."i for my com
mission. Shortly after tho young
ladies appeared and the masked man
anil myself ordered them back.
Dailoy and myself then lit cigarettes,
hud a drink ami had a long ynru to
gether. When we returned to the '
foot of the hill wo parted a good
friends, joking over the affair as if
imtliiiig had happened. To toll you
I he truth the pistols I aimed al
Dailoy were harmless neither being
of any use. 1 will admit my conduct
was, according to the Latin, utiiulu
miilic Hut with regard to a state
ment that I implicated Pit.gcrald,
that is entirely false. Thoauthori
ties endeavored to got something
out of him, but he not knowing
what happened, of course, could not
enlighten them. You can deny
emphatically that Fitzgerald had
anything to do with that atTair on
lu answer to a question as to whe
ther ho would take passage ou the
S. S. Arawa, Harden answered that
ho would if llioUovorniiiHnt gunian
teed his passage and safe landing at
llritish Columbia. "You know,"
Harden added, "thai they have the
immigrant lau over thorn'mid if the
government will gio me enough
moiiei I will go I could get out a
habea- corpus if I wished to, but I
intend in let them haio the length
of their lupe."
Aitliur I'ilgeralil uas liberated
tin- iimniing. as I here was no mm
ilouco against him. Major Wodo
house had an tntervieu with Deput
Marshal lirowu this morning, before
Bock Beer in bottles, two for -Tic,
itl thu "Kinpiro."
GOOD DAY'S BAOES ASSURED.
Several New Comers
Track Anglo A
The coming meeting of the Hawai
ian Jockey Club on June 11 promises
to bo a gay evout, and ouo long to
bo remembered. Tho Gay stables
have Senator Stanford and two new
colts in training at Waialua for tho
ruuning races. Tho Lahaiua stables
will bo represented by tho fast rutt- ,
nor Amartuoaud three others. These !
animals will arrivo iu town ou Satur
day or Sunday next. A. Horner of '
Ktikaiau will enter an imported run-
nor named Hawaii. Hawaii is said I
to bo a very speedy animal aud will
make tho paco hot for local runners.
The track is developing into fine
condltiou and it is belioved it will bo '
tho speediest track ever run over '
during tho club s existence.
Considerable interest is centered
in tho running raco to beat Augie
A.'s time. It is very probable that
tho time, 1:15, will lie beat, as tho
track is vory fast. Senator Stanford
aud Amarino will contest tho event.
Ou Friday next trotters will bo
allowed tho uso of tho track for
training purposes, but iu tho mean
time they have to do tho host they
uuu uuiBiue. i
In the trotting events, Clarence '
.uacianauo will send to the scratch
Fred Mac and a new colt unnamed.
D. Davis will trot tinder the wire
the well ktiowu pacer Creole, with a
2:1 record. S. Graham will enter
tho black horse lllack Diamond, a
now comer, and Tom Hollingor a
Hawaiian bred horse. It. Dexter in
tends setxPug a bay stallion into tho
stretch. This Inst animal was bred
by Alex. Cartwriirht. Jno. Wriuht
will likely start a bay horse and Dr.
Ituwat a stallion.
NAMINO A NEW MEMBER.
Effort to Oot Mr. Thurston a Place
In the Convention. (
The American Union Party mot
Saturday evening for the purpose of
nominating a mniulmr of the Advi
sory Council iu place of Ed. Suhr,
who resigned his seat at the secret i
session of Councils last woak. There
wore four nominations: L. A. Tliurs
ton, Theo. F. Lansing, .1. A. Me
Cnndless and W. K. Castle.
There was much comment on Mr.
Thurston's nomination aud several
members expressed tltoir strong op
position to his name. A member of,
thooxocutivo committee is quoted a
saying, "Wo have too many missioua-'
ries in the Council already." Never- j
tlteless a resolution was passed iu '
invor oi allowing .nr. I Iturstoti to
participate in the discussions of tho
Constitutional Convention. There
was quite a disruption among those
present over this resolution, mid
there were threats that should Mr.
Thurston take part iu the conven
tion trouble would eusuo.
A Useful Invention.
The Planters' Monthly refers as
follows to a machine that is adver
tised in our columns:
"Among tho now inventions to as
sist in grinding cane is the Cane
Shredder which is now in successful
operation in tho Hilo and llawi, Ko
hala, sugar mills on Hawaii. By its
use the grinding operation is greatly
expedited, and at the same time the
quantity of juice extracted is increas
ed from live to twelve perceut, thus
enabling a large mill to pay for the
cost of the shredder iu one season's
work. Those who have seen it in
opera' ion speak very highly of it, as
ouo of tho best improvements that
can bo had Messrs. Irwin A: Co.
are the agents for those islands."
Booked for tho Const.
The following are booked at the
olllce of V. G. Irwin A; Co. to leave
for San Francisco iu the S. S. Mari
posa, May .'list;
L. D. Spencor, wife aud 'I children,
Mrs C. X. Silencer, Mr. aud Mrs.
Lilienthal and 2 daughters, Mrs. J.
D. Jones and 2 children. I). !". Mnr.
phy, P.J Ludvigsou, Mrs. M. L. L. i
Oans, Mrs. Baunlug, Mr. Banning, I
W. U. Smith. j
LoUl'o lo Progros de i'Ocoaiiio, No. 124. '
'riiinii: will in: a .Mi;i;riM. up
J Uu le I'muri- de I'lbeaiilu, No. 121.
nt if hall ou KIiik street, hi-iwiieu llethei
mil Tort, Til It (Mondavi KVKN'IMl.
Mil) jn. al 7:.Hi o't'liH'k, for
Itr.i.i i.trt MoMiii Itr-isi-..
Mi'lubtr- of Hawaiian Lodc and all
-ojniirniui' llrelhreiiiiio fr-lerniillv Invlled
lo be pri'-ent.
lly onler of the W.-. M.-.
Do Hot lie foolml titles
year, the owners and
trainers of line stock
should have the very hest
quality of feed for their
horses. The only place
for such is the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
UELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
OiTin-. A: Waukikm'sk:
(Jonicr (t)ii('cn and Niiiiiiiiii
A'irry ilnrrijitlunoJIHl I'ltJ.S'TlSU
dunr ul thr IlitlUlIn Ojliit,
Bon of Harry K. Ituliy, of Columbia, ra.,
Suffered From Birth
Willi a PeTi're Korm of
"Until my boj wai six ytM of ago lie wat
from blrtli a lerrible uffrrrr fiom scrum
lom humor. Horej wnuM appear on hltn and
ipread until as Large n a Dollar and then
dllcliarne. followed by nlliers, o that tlio larger
part of lili body wai an inns af care all
the time, eiope lally 'fi ere on lilt lem and tack
of hli ear and mi ids head. Tim humor had a
tery ofTemitemlnr, and ranged
We eannot tell how that poor boy unred In
all thoie years. Physician did nut effect a
cure. At last I decided to glre. him Hood's
Barsaparllla, as my ilnipclM recommended
IL In about two weeks the Rtrsaparllta began
to hare effect.. Tim sores commenced to heal
up! the flesh becan to look more natural and
healthy. Then the scales came off and all over
bis ImhIv new and healthy tlr.ii and skin lottned.
J lien he had taken t o hollies he wi, entirely
free from sores having only the rari to simw
where tlier had been. Thco hae nil tllap
teared. We ar unable to express our thank
for the goo, l
has done our little boy.1' lUiutr K. IttmY,
Rox nf.it, Columbia, I'cunsylranla.
ItOOII-S I'll.fs curt l'miil!,ilon ,j reitne
u( lb ysrliuttlc Sfllon f lbs tUuittiUrr csnU
HOUIION, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A TEASPOON FUL OF
0!!y Nuk J Crowr
nHt lcrncucK, or
fcrSalc eit" oyOruguU
rilK AOKNI V Idlt
lh WITH THE
Hollistcr D rug Co., 1d
BBS Fori Strent,
Where this Invaluable hnn-elioltl reined)
may be obtuliivtl by the
BOTTLH, DOZEN or GROSS
We have nlM) the l.ari;e-t Sl.H'ii of
Toilet Articles -Photographic
To be found lu the Hawaiian Inlands.
PHAITM'AI. - (Sl'N-MAKKir
l I be)! to Inform HirlliiK Men ninl the
' Heuer.-il I'iiIiIIi' Hint I mo prepared to lie
pair nud Itfuovnte overt ili'i-erliitiou i .
nrettriilK Otitis, llille. and llevnlwrs
-k 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ke.KtiH'keil. llliieluKiuid II nun
llii; iloue in nn lunle I'ir-t-ela-s work
liiaiiHliip uarutileed. u-tniiier. prnuipth
' uttiinded to.
CMOS .vritKHT. HoNul.t'l.C.
MR J. W. CHAPMAN.
Till" Wr.l.l KMIWN
I- now iirepireil lo I nler tin Itaiiiiilet-,
Soi'lnU, I'rivale Dinner I'.irtii -, W.-.l.li hk
, or Harden I'llMiiif, ete , eie lie will lie
plen-ed tui'iiU upon aiiv ladle-nr ueiHli
linn who will k null v udiire it I' tl
DlltlMi MV AIIKI..M K UtoM Nil.
Ilnuii, Mr I' .1. I.ohmv hIII ui'i
for me uuiler lull nier ul iitiiiiii' ninl I
uMI mil ho rrHH hinle Inr nn bilUiun
irueteil b) llli.MUii' i'li III m 11:11111'. Mr.
E. C. Ilnue w III iiiieml in mi) inilei led
ul the "liuli
I'ltll. I U II III.I.M.
If llllllllll Mll .', IHll, 'tll.l lu
iS r 'i3ll
! i ) v r
I iuiim. Tin; aii-i.S' 1. 111 111 it
I 1 Mr. A l.liler- Iriuit the Hiiuiiiniu
, UlilliMv the liiillii'- ( IhU linn Hill he
I lliulneeil by Mr llll;ll lluiin
I IhlKtieiP II I''. Kill r.ltn.v 1 O
' Honolulu, Mu) 1, lJI, mis
Headquarters for White Goods
JNT. S. SACHS1
oeo lort street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS in Plain, Strl.eil, Cheeks and Plaldj.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL OKAIIKS A.NM) I'lttCF.S.
DIMITIES In 8trlped. Cheekf, I'lunN and Hair Line..
INDIA LIN'ONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CKEAM AND KCKU
IMMENSE VAItlKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIItOIHKItY EDHINHH in Sivlv. NaltiM.ok and HamlmrK i,
All Widths with InsenliiK lo Matih.
AH-oter Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Domi Flouncea.
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 1
French Kid Slioe a.t $2.25
I Iihvl' lii'cn iiistinctcdhy Mu. ,1. M. K Sa k Sii.va,
piiiprU'torof the Hawaiian .Iapanp.sk Ua.aah, Ilotulstivut,
to bull hift stock of JAPANESE (JOOLhS. Also, u bir UH
Hortiiient of JAPANESE PAPER XAPKFXS will u. ,0,
LESS THAN COST.
Temple of Fasliion
lE. ca-. SILVA,
Beginning Saturday, May 12th,
WE iVAldiitATK on:
Grand Removal and Clearance Sale
fcS5 On June 1st wi open in our N.v Stoic known
its "KA MA1LE." ."! Kurt Strcot.
III NL'TAXl' STHICKT.
FIT AND FINISn GUARANTEED.
v M-.W m K Oh
Caslni(Mvs and Sitjjcs Just Received !
SUITS FROM b 1 4 UP
Dry Goods. Fancy Goods. Lawns, Etc. Etc. Etc
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description,
A i'i 1.1. I.IM or
Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
ri.'Msii.h en. 1 ni ,,., ,. ,, ,.,,,.
,)r " i""1 'I'" iIo'ik f"r Siiiiuiioi Wniir. 7 ynnU fur l to
tW In frti'l . ;r.. slum mil' tl... Mfy Sloi'li ,.f N,. o.i.hU to ,
liiiiinl in tin. Mnrltoi
B. F. BHLEES &c GO.
BOB Oil PORT HTRWICT.