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0 rd way & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
licg to announce to their numerous jiatrons the
arrival of Vcm Goods, such as Carved Oak lied'
room Sets, Kalian and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining lioom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specially. Also a fresh lot of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual K4fi
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 859.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
U01.II) OAK UKDKOOM BETB,
H0KA8, L0UN0K8, WAKDIIOIJEB,
MIltKOKS, MODLDINGH, -TO., KTC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'er itoll of -10 Yards, $l0.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent i Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
Successors to 0. K. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
A largo assortment
has just been ro
coivoil por "R. P.
Itichet" and "0. D.
Bryant," and more
to airivo per "Transit."
v USfZr-fflr E
opp So Co.
NTo. 7 '4 Xing; Street.
ml - wmm,
IMPOltTKHS, WHOI.KSAI.R AND HETAIb DliALKUS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor, Fort and Merchant Streets.
Every variety, stylo
and price iu the
Furniture lino. Tho
host and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Cull and inspect our
from all tho Cob br.iteil
FuctorluB In the United
Do Yon Smoke?
It you ilo, vol want the lpt your
money will Imy I havn Just re
ceive a choice Invoice of tie finest
which ell from 5 rents np 'o"5
cuts. While many toph prefer
Manila Cigars, I li.ve for their
benefit n very choice Bolrctlon of
nil the best known br.nds of
For those who don't smoke clours,
bit "hit the plK," l have a tine
i Mtersclniim and Briar Wood Pipes,
! Al'o Corn Cobs, Etc., K'o.
; TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Smoking and Ohcw'iur Tobacco and
1 thi favorlto brandaof CUarettes are
Bl-o kept on hand In (act any-
thine in the Hi o of smnker's re-
o,u tiles can be found at
H. J. Noi.tk, Prop.
THIS SPACE IB
VL S. LE"VTT,
Fort Stukkt, H. 1.
Wire -:- Nails
vj-xv-r c-' .
WILDER & CO., L'n.
At Wnlklki on car linn and on l'nlumn
Itojil near Fertlllrlni; l'lant. These l.ol8
ii ru Very Cheap and Bold on cuiy liiriiic.
Desirable Acru Tructs near the city und
other l'roortiu for Bale.
IIIIUCB WAUINO it CO.,
Dealers In I.ots and Lands.
I'iU-tl ati Kort Street, near Klni
0STO1TO B !
Command'r wl 1 le-ve Honolulu us
follows: Tuetday, Jun. '.'.M, Fridiiy, Frl.
1st. TucmIhv, Fub. IL'th, at '2 r m. for I.u
1 halna, .Miuiilkoim, I.aitpahouhot. Hmiih.
i lilna, Hukalau, Jlim"inu I'nliuKiiuiuim
I and if lo Kctiiiiilng louv s Hilo at ti r. m,
1 .Monday, Jan. 2.h, Tlmr-day, I'eb. 7lh,
.Mondat, Fob IKtli, cu ling at I.a"paho
' ho siiiiiH. ay. l.-nvcuMa iikomimTA. m.
Tuenduy, Jau. tftth, Friday, Feb Hdi.Tui's
duy, 1'Vb IIUli, cu 111))' at I nlifllim sutne
day, atrlvinuai Honolulu tauiu nluht.
1 WIMmll'S BTKAM8HIP CO., I.'u.
AON'K UNDIVIUKI) TWENTIETH
sliure In iliu Ahupuaa of Jlouoknu
dltiuite In Bouth Koua, H .wail, coutaluliiK
un area of tLr78 aurea, and being Apna U
of It. P. 18.17, i C. A. 77I3. Tliero uro 'Mi
11-10 Acrrs to every tiliure. Thia luud nd
jolua Kalahlkl on tho Hoinh and ! a vulu
ublo properly. A uood deal of it Is suit
able lor Collee, and the balancH for pnstur
ne. It lies near llookorm lundlut;. l'rho
iitO. Titlrt perfect; warranty deed, ac
kunwledeo'l and stumped, given to jmr
uhuuer. For further particulars apply iu
J. M. MUNHAKIIAT.
Honolnlu. January 4, lBUl. l8-tf
N KXPKIIIKNUED 8TOHKKKF.PKK
for a Country Htote; a line uliHiice
fur a good iiihii Oilers under "8. K. ,"
11um.i:tin Ollli-o. 12i0-lw
FOR SALE CHEAP
8U1UIY IN VERY
(J ii. id Kenalr. Alto
a lew Jlrakps both Mw
Honolulu Carriage M'f y.
ROOMB AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND IJOAKJ)
for u few pert-ons can be
hud at llaulwal, on the Wul
klU beaidi. '
W B. llAUTIiNrX,
X premise'i Bituxte on the
mstsl'ieof the old Makikl
ulaVL'Miund. fiirmerlv orou
plea oy a. uartcnoerK, v.k. ine ouuu
uiKS are inodetn and commodiniu aud the
spacious grounds are lid out In fruit and
ornamental t cb. Kasy terms to a desira
ble tenant. For further particulars please
apply to jmUOK OAKTWMOHT.
r-. .i. . ,. . , - . ... -. rrr.
(Continued from 1st l'tje..)
Tho prisoners pleaded guilty to
part of tho fipooificatioiw.
John Maluik.i, aworu, stato; Did
take tip anus nifaiu.il tho Govorit
inout for lovoof country; surrender
i d i:30 p. in, Monday, day after
troublo at Diamond llead; did not
abet others to join.
Keliiknowa, sworn, slates: Livo at
Kunawai; took up . inns against tho
Ooverninent; were taken prisoners
Monday nfteruoon; did not nik any
body else to go; went of own ac
cord; took up arms for lovo of coun
try Liwai, sworn, states: Livo at Kau
makapili; took up arms against tho
Government; surrendered on Mon
day evening at Telegraph hill; wont
to fight for lovo of country; tiovor
persuaded others to go out there.
Kaona, sworn, states: Am 25 years
of age; live at Kawaiahao; took up
arms against Government; surren
dered Monday afternoon; went to
fight on account of aloha of coun
try; did not induce others to go.
Punalua, sworn, states; Live at
Kikihale; took up arms agaitist tho
Government; surrendered Monday
evening; reason same as others.
Knlalau, sworn, states: Live at Li
liha street; fought against the Gov
ernment for lovo of country; sur
rendered tho Saturday after tho up
rising to Captain Zieglor in Manoa.
Kilohaua, sworn, slates: Was with
tho rebel forces; surreudored on
Thursday; fought for restoration of
Kuhio, sworn, states: Fought
1 against tun Government; surrouuor-
I ed on Monday evening.
Mahoe, sworn, states: Carried a
' gun from Sunday to Monday after
noon, when men surrendered; wnot
i S. K. Kaloa, sworn, states: Carried
1 arms against the republic; wont out
to tight at 12 o'clock Saturday miil-
, uighl aud fought till Monday even
ing; was arrested in Koolau; went to
fight because the United States said
i that tho people in Hawaii would
have to work out their own salvation;
two others wont out with witness;
never incited others to go.
; Naka'kuahiue, sworn, states:
Fought with rebels for lovo of couu-
I try; did not get others to join.
Pedro, sworn, states: Fought with
' rebels till Monday afternoon; surren
dered; never nikml others to join.
Patrick Lane, sworn, stales: Live
1 at Waialua; was with rebels at Kan-
i lawai and in the fight on Monday;
1 surrendered on Jan. ID.
Mr. Neumann then left the caeof
! tho prisoners in tho hands of the
i Tho Judge Advocate felt that the
. prisoners ought to receive the light-
I est Bontonco on account of their hav
ing come out straightforwardly.
1 The Court was cleared till 10
' o'clock Monday. Two or three pris
i oners will he brought for trial on
i that dale.
Something About Two Boys
"Tho most pathetic incident of '
my childhood is this: My mother ,
bull bi-eu very ill for several weeks.
1 aud the doctor solemnly announced j
'that she could not live more than i
two or three days longer at most. i
That nik'ht my father roused me '
I from sleep aud took inu out of my i
I little bed to bid her a last good-bye.
I shall never forget the scene, which
' was now and awful to mo. People
were weeping all round the room,
i the air of which was heavy with tho
odor of candles aud lamps, and
i reeking with tliu fumes of drugs. '
; My mother kuuw aud kissed me, aud
j then they took me back to my bed.
Hut ore I was led away some one i
opened tho window a fuw inches I
from tho top, and I noticed the grey j
dawn resting on tho glass, and heard
the 'cheep, cheep,' of a newly waken
ed bird. Since then I have associ-!
ated that hour aud sound with that
unhappy episode. i
"Hut (aud to say what now follows I
I have written tint foregoing para- ,
graph) wo were all rasped and tor
' lured for nothing. My mother pro
' ceeded to gel well hand over haud,
and died quietly thirty year ajter
ward. She survived every person who
stood if her bedside that night except
Speaking of the illness of her son,
a boy of nine, a lady says: "Wo had
to sit with him night and day, giv
ing him brandy, wine, beef tea, &c,
1 to keep him alive, and expected
every day would bo his last. The
' physician plainly told uh that uoth-
1 lug more could be done to save
Yot in spile of tho disease, and
wo almost said in spito of tho doe
tors, the lad is well to-day. And
1 this is how it all came about. There
is a moral iu it, too, but suppose wo
, servo that up at the end of tho story.
i All right, you Hay. Very well, then.
It seems that this bov, George
I Westmoreland, had previously been
a strong, healthy little chap, as all
boys ought to be. But about the
; middle of last November 181)1, that
is he was taken down. The family
couldn't make out what ailed him.
I He complained of a bad pain in the
' stomach, aud vomited a quantity of
i yellowish green stuff. Presently the
pain was so sharp that ho couldn
lie in bud, and they had, so ins mo
ther says, to aonly froh hot poul
tices one after another. Tho white
of his eyes turned yellow, aud his
skin, too. Ho was hot, anil feverish,
aud had to light for his breath.
Of course Ids mother sent for a
l doctor, and the doctor said his young
i patient was suffering from iuilam
I matiou of tho bowels. "Ho gave modi
j cines which, however did no good,
I so far as the boy's friend could see.
, On tho contrary, ho grow worso, and
a second doctor was fetched. This
medical gentleman differed from his
predecessor, aud gave out that
George had an attack of rheumatic
fever in other words, acuto rheum
atisma disease which no boy has
any business with whatever. j
Tho treatment on this theory I
availed nothing; Georgo was worso. i
Ho now had a hacking cough, and
his expectoration was bo offensive
that tho people had to use disinfec- i
tauta. Ho broke out into sweats, so i
hoary as to saturate tho pillows,
Ho could take no nourishment save
a little milk and limo wator. He
wore away to a skeleton, did
I poor boy. Ilo was nothing but skin
and bone, and thoy had to lift him j
in and out of bed. Thou he fell so
ill ho would not notice auy one in
i tho room, and lay for hours novor
opening his eyes. Then camo tho
time when a third doctor said ho
couldn't possibly livo. ,
What happonod after that tho
boy's mother tolls. Wo give yoti
hor exact words: "In February last," i
sho says, "my husband, as a last ro- j
source, determined to try Mother j
Soigol's Curative Syrup. After a
fow doses tho boy's breathing wai I
1 easier and ho took food. Iu throo
days ho was ablo to sit up. aud in a
week's titno ho was up and dressed.
Ilo gained flesh and strongth every
, day, and is now ablo to go about.
Sometimes I look at him and can
1 hardly believe ho is tho same boy
who was so recently at death's door.
Seigel's Syrup saved his lifo. Yours
truly. (Signed) Mrs. Mary West-
i moreland, 5, High Street, Plum-'
stead, London, April 27, 18!)2"
i Now. a half a dozen words, Litllo
George had no bowel inflammation,
nor a singlo touch of rheumatism.
That was tho doctors' professional
guesswork. Ho had a sharp attack
of biliousness aud indigestion, of
which Mother Seigol would havo
cured him long before had her
medicine been appealed to. Hero is
tho moral to conclude with: Learn
what tho true remedy for illness is,
, and tiso it first instead of last.
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is making a specially of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
It was n
stronir, vigorous, full
grown uffair, and had no
respect for other people's
ft elingH. It would push
its way iu through the
front, door rummage
among my eh-tice goods,
t-ar down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the fpithty and pne
buy a paper of Pins t r a
Silk Dr ss, go out and
cm back iu a short
time reinfoieed by nciyh-
month has mad" me gray
before my time, aud
H'aiidiii'' in the middle o
the s! ore at 12 i. m. on
December 81, 16!) I, I
was jjlud to nay "Pan.'
1 eel Houn'what better this
week aud have arrived at
the conclusion that I wi
hold in)' Annual Clear
ance Sale lSTow a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything In my
ka-.e a means everything.
1 h ive a large assortment
of goods on hand that I
must get rid of biforo
the return of next Aus
tralia. 1 must have shelf
room and to get it I am
prepared to make a saeri-
hce. Everything must
be sold. In' ow each week '
1 am going to offer some- i
thing special, this time it j
is millinery. Nowhere I
in Honolulu can you buy
Hats and all the attach- ,
ments thereto for the next
we k us cheap as at i
Egan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
good at 50c on the Si. j
We can' I keep it up long, j
but will endeavor to sat-i-l'y
everybody as long ,
as the Uats and Featlurs
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua'a silver cart
wheels. That TiivlcHs Toik r,
.1. .1. KUAN,
3i! NUUANU SritEET,
lletweeu Hotel and King Street, noit to
Has opened a Klrnt-clis Grocery Store
an ahove. Ho will keep always on haud
the lient and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his bent to please all
Purchases delivered to all iiarts
of the Cliy.
viC-tu.al Telep.o.o CSV.
The Daily Bulletin, 60 cents
I month, delivered by carrier.
oldon liiilc Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. Prop.
FKOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Kino Stationery and
Cheap Btat'one y.
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Carefully suited tn nil Splits.
Domestic Sewing Machines
Games, Toys, Dolls
Always Kept on llnnd.
Diaries -1 8 9 5 - Diaries
A Nice Slock Always Kept on Hand
to Select f-om HOOKS ordered by
(UIITAK8 FKOM ?l.00 UP.
FIu'ch. ConiPts, Ph-coloi, Ukulele
mil other Instruments. Also Violin,
Itanjii and Ottltar Strings mid Fit
HKWlNO MACHINE NEEDI.K8
for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE foi $3.r0.
will tell you
It la the
Fort, near Hotel BU.
Chad. J. Mo 'AiiriiY, - Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
AI.WAYH ON HANI).
Try IIih Great Appetlinr Tim Okownik
Coi'KTAii - a Bteulalty vs It li tlila retort.
IIEl'OT or T1IK
FamouH Wieland Lager Beor
MERCHANT - TAIiOR
Fino Casslmeros, Sorgos,
White Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOIIT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. AKIMA, - 10 Nuuanu Street.
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Onr. Allan ft Port SU.,
Food Jl :
1 fir r i
VsTpivN Jr '
. .!wu,. J- 5r t
f ; -f l!B. . m '
FOR 8ALE IJY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Agents for Iho Hawaiian Islands.
S'l YLE !
Four great requisites of
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by JohiiRton & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently tho best dress
ed men iu town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 fort Stroot
W. W. AHANA.
393 Huuunu Btrvat.
nglisti, scotcb and AmencaD Goods.
Htyle riuct Fit tlimmnleert.
(l0iiniiig k Repuiring
DuiiiiiI TMe. 66S. P. 0. Box 144.
HOP IlING &(
Wl HOTEL STltEKT
- Wholesmle Dealem In
Liqiiui's and Uaaila liiirs
licueriil Chinese Merchandise
ill Olio, llice, MhttlliK,
Chinese Silks, Teas, tiu.
Englinb and American Qrocenea
II) Every Coast BUtanipr
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
The Best Lancb in Town.
rM H-ncJ Ooithh
T ALL UOURO
I'HK KINEST BUAND.S Of
Cigars and Tobacco
1LWAVH ON HAND
-3. J lOLTB, froia.
Per Day $ 2
Per Week ii
HI'KCIAL MONTHLY RTKH.
The Jleutof AttendaneH, the lleftBlluailon
and the Fluent Mealx in the City.
T. KROUSE, .... Proprietor.
ri. I. SHAW, Proprleuir.
:or. KiiiKaiid Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choico Liquors and Fine Beer.
HELL TELEPHONE 4111.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
isr. it. 3Tr5k,ca-.ss
Ih hl'uIii prciinrod to lepatr Oartlen Huso,
SpriiilcleiH, Water Tap, et1. Haw FillliK
and all kind t of Tools bluryeued, liiolud
init Carving Knlve.i ami HcUora; Lawn
vioeru )eclat : also Betting Olans; Iu
faetal kinds of Jobbing. Worn called for
aud ratlin ed Hin up Pii Mutual Tele
phone any tin.e lioforo A. m. 117011
Cement Sidewalks c Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
ttBlliuaUa given on all kinds ol
VI ONE, CONCRETE Si PLABTKU WOUK
CON LIRE T A BPAUlAtrX
JOHN F. BOWLER.
O. B DWIQHT
Does all kinus of Work Iu
Cment & stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
He has on hand a UrK" snpply of Chi
iism Orauitu Curb and alway. kt-ops Ha
waiian Ourblni" Btoue. K.tlmaien ulven
aud lowest prices aesured
Dishes and Glassware Wanted I
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry Wanted
Old Gold and Btlver Wanted I
W BlBktst PrlOM Ptll,H
U- Xing Street, Corner of Alakea.