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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH IB, 185)5. '
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P till OAT 15. i ". , Dr.LIClOIal DAIITVl fA I
T i ITin SPECIALLY FOP ""uRAMDi. M
I bpjQneTri&l will pi'oyeJeirjyjnJ
Pioneer Furniture House
H33T?A.BT-iieWE3D 1 SB.
Just Received per Bark "0. D. Bryant1'
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a Tmcher
FROM SS5 00 XJP9.
Also a Kino I-ot of CH1FF0NIEKS of tlio Latest Designs and Patterns
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Roll of 40 Ynrds, $12.00.
A.nd a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
tar TELEPHO 1ST JE 1 T -xaa
Successor to 0. K. Williams.
ci09 AND 611 KING STREET.
Stop That Cough !
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
533 Fort. Street.
will tell you
it la the
FOR SALE IJY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
AKirits for lliu llawallnn lulandj. '
If your subscription hat expired nnw
is a tfooi ltn to rtn'i it
20 lbs. ft
316 Fort Street.
P. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
NO. W3 I-'OKT STKEET.
im. S.VKKS of Various Slzea for Kent
by tho Month or Yenr.
I v VI1ITTO - -... a. or.
-. t.vuuio ujiru irtiui o;aj a. m.
until 1 r. m. oxcf pt on Siitiirclays, when
they will bo closed at 2:130 r. u.
m- WE lluy hikI Sell F'rat-olaas
BI00KS ami BUNDS mid make ad
vanica on came.
I BEG TO NOTIFY MY OLD OUS-t-mers
audilie publln ponerally that I
am now connected with Mi-sum. W. CI,
Peacock .t Co , and- idiall be lent,ed to re
ceive order- on ilielr act-omits. To otiliano
40 p. O. Box TOl W. 8. Ulot.
Hoiiolu'u, Feb. 21, 18"5. 12CU-W
1 WILL TJN"0K'3 LEATH.
The Popular Gimrdi-miin's ExpHrtur.co
Will (Juge'. 'il VI ji.ir. iliul
yesterday h i . of DriL'litV di-
eae of tl. V 'ii j- nuil will I bull
ed today fi.n , jus late tecideuci ,
114 J Page sir, t
Tbo Unger family are well known
iu Sau Fraueiseo. His sUler Kit';',
now dead. w.i i (iiil-r ljLt opera
singer. Tm r Ivra ! i h- ib ceas
ed are living, IVii 1: L Um.fr, ft
well-known scii (y man mid amateur
musician, in it- w lnotnl with II. M.
Gillig and Uoijdd do V. Graham.
Will Ung-r M'niv-d l Company
B, First InfantM, National Gusrd of
California, aid was m er.-iek nil'- shot.
Twonly years awo ho was a member
of llm Oily Guards. In J87! he
went jo Hi unlii ii, wldT" he became
captain of Company 1$, Honolulu
Rifles, tin Mar military organization
of the. island. Hit wai iu the revo
lution of I8S7, and during his rest
donee at Honolulu his 1ioii was a
popular military headquarters.
With King Iv'ilakaiia h wan very
t friendly, and when he departed from
the islands tho Kiiu; presented him
with a gold nie-'nl and Company B
gave him a iliumnud locket and
chain. Expecting that In would re
turn at a later date, Ka'aknun de
clined to accept Ins military resig
nation. At the time nf the late reh-dliou
Unger was invited to rut urn to tho
islands, and was tendered by the
royal Cabinet a liifh military ap
pointment. It wr.s his intention to
accept it and go b-tclt to Houoltilu
ueit September, but during tho
great railroad strike he took a severe
cold at Sacramento and his health
became so la I that his physician
positively forli'idn him to make tho
journey. Il had many medals
trophies of his skill as a sharp
shooter, but of late years ho has not
entered any of the ride .shooting
contests, contenting himseli with
coaching a t"am that won the prize.
Ho leaves a wife aud child. S. F.
Chronicle, Mii'ih o.
W H. UORNWELL ILL.
Ho Douieu Kuinora of u i'llibustor
Tho following is from a San Fran
W. ii. Cornuell, ex-Minister of
Finance of Hawaii under the mon
archy, who has beu ill with pneu
monia in his rooms at tho Palace,
has so far recovered as to enable him
to sit up aud converse with friends
and occasional visitors. In speaking
i of Hawaii and the rumor which had
been spread to the eiro.-t that a Gli
, blistering party Mould be organized
; and equipped on this coast for the
purpose of reinstating tho Queen,
' Mr. Com well said:
"I do not believe there is anything
' iu the rumor except mere talk,
I which may have been suggested by
tho wishes of Mine ardent royalist
who is probably au irresponsible
party. 1 am personally acquainted
with all tho leading men among the
refugees aud we are ou friendly
, terms. If there was such a move
' meut on foot I am pretty sure I
1 would have beou apprised of it. I
dou't thiuk there is any desire ou
the part of the better class of royal
ists aud Hawaiian patriots to make
the least trouble iu the future
Ouly irresponsible adventurers
would attempt such a thing as a fili
THE DEPOKTFD SIX
1 Thy Kefuso to Talk About Hawiu-
Among the arrivals ou the steamer
1 Australia from Honolulu yesterday,
. says the Chronicle of March b, wero
six persons who wore declarod by
the ofliuials of the Government of
' Hawaii to have taken an obnoxious
! part in the recent unpleasantness,
and who preferred to bo deported
I rather than stand trial for treason,
i They are James Urown, Charles
, Croighton, John Iladiu, A. I. Peter
i sou, F. Wundonborg and Fred. Red
ward. The particulars of tho of-
fenses charged against them have
j been published. Peterson is au at
torney, and will bo remombeied as
I the person who accompanied Sam
i Parker to Sau Francisco six or seven
j mouths ago. None of the six pas
I sengers wero inclined to discuss
their troubles with the Hawaiian
Government when seen yesterday.
They had all made up thoir minds
that tho airing of their views could
not improve mattors vory much, and
they accordingly doolarod that they
had nothing to say when soon
aboard tho steamer upon its arrival.
Thoy all went ashore a3 soon as tho
O. R. Harrisou, practical piano
and orgau maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News fo. a-iII re
ceive prompt attention. 11 vork
guaranteed u l- iln ioif loue
Tho restoring and invigorating pro
pert Ica of Hood's S:iinparillii, com
bined with it- power fo vitalize, ami
enrich the blood, render It peculiarly
adapted for all troubles peculiar
to women, Hint tired feeling, or
debility, uniiM'd by change of
icii-ton, climate or lite. 'Many weak
women have found iu Hood's Snr.-.i-parilla
ju-t the blood purifying and
vitalizing propi'i'tics so much needed
at the critical time of life. It invig
orates the syt-teni ami all the organs to
healthy action and endow the body
with renewed vigor mid perfect health.
Such wiw the expeiii-nce of Mr. Imi
driggs, whiMi letter follows:
" Ennln, Texas, Sept. 22, 18'J
" C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" Dear Sirs: I feel It Is courtesy duo to
you to stato what Hood's Sarsaparllla has
dono for me. About 11 f teen years ago,
local troubles, which developed into a
serious affection, caused mo much pain.
I suffered -almost death; was unconscious
for hours at different times. Every doc
tor with whom I treated
Cnvo Mo Morphine
as of courso I hid to havo sumo relief In
order to live. I underwent a surgical
operation, hoping my weakness would be
Hood's Pills euro naiuc.-i. sick lic.id.iclio.
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IGHTiiUFFW IS NOW UKSUMED
on the old timu icliedulc.
List car lraves I'alama f r Walklkl II: 17
Lint car leavrs l'alarra fur Ton n and l'u
nahou vU King stceet, IUM7 p. m.
Last car luavrs Walkiklforl'.ilama, 1U:H1 !
Last car leaves I'urt ctr-et for Walklkl, '
10:0 p m. I
Saturday 11:5 p. in.
Last car leaves Fort otref t for l'alainn,
11:2.') p. m, j
Last car leaves N'tnmmt Vultoy for Town
and l'unabuu, 1U::;(J p. in.
Last car leaves I'unaboii for Town and
Nuuanu Valley, D:60 p. in. I
Last car leaves Queen Htreet for Nuuanu
Valley, 10:11 p. m. j
Ijist car leave Town for I'unahou via I
Ileretaula xtreet, 10:15 p. m. 1277-lw j
BEAVER SALOON, '
The Best Lunch in Town.
Pet. .nci CotTe
i alu aocas
i (Ht r IN EST BRANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
I.WAVS ON BANU.
1-1 J KTC3TJTJD, Prop,
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktails t
Sauor Brunnou I
Frodoricksburg Beer I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Deet Quality.
Boutliweit Corner King & Nntuns Sts.
lumgusuuu, UU1UU1UU33. om ii) u.i ui uuu, luiij rt.'iureu irom luc uudl IngreillunU. c.
HODRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLF8ALE AGENTS.
THe Hawaii mi Tmm By Co,, LM Baldwin Locomotives.
&ri 995. oo
ovcrcomo and the use of morphine dis
continued, but it was not so decreed. I
broke out with bolls from the punctures
and some of the places hnd proud flesh in
them for a mouth or so. Ijist winter I
commenced to liavo tboso risings again.
I was taking eight punctures n dny,a total
of ono and oiiu-h.ilf grains of morphine.
Last Juno I
Began to TaKo Hood's
Snrsaparllla. I bavu taken our haven
bottles of the medicine and also several
boxes of Hood's IMIIs. When I com
menced taking Hood's Snrs.iiarllla I
weighed only 112 pounds. Now I weigh
over 125 pounds and am In butter health
than for tho past Uftiru years. 1 am now
approaching 60 years of age. Formerly I
was covered with eruptions; now my skin
Is clear of them. lean truly say Hood's
ISarsaparllla has no equal for poor run
down women. I am well known hero In
Ennls, and am n uathoof Texan. Every
ouo who bus not seen mo for a long time
Row Well I Am Looking.
I had a scvero attack of tho grip last win
ter. I continued to tako Hood's Barsapa
rllla, aud with benefit. Whenever I llud
my health giving way I shall resort to
Hood's Sarsaparllla." Mlts. Is.v Guidon.
Hood's Pills aro purely veuotablo. care-
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T'i.'"irjc-.i -"cry- ..rnnii .mi ...
r TtWW T r m-
Tim uiidertiigned havlug bcon appointed
Sole Agents (or tlie Hawaiian Islands
rOB Til f I kl.hllRATKll
FKOM TDK WOUKK OK
Burham, Williams &c Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for lliene KugliieH,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
A.KK NOW MANUFAOTUItINO A
ST VLB OK LOCOMOT1VK
Adapted (or Plantation Purposes
I A number of which havo recently been
received at these Islands, and no will havo
1 pleasure in furnishing plantation agent
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of tlo Locomotives
over all other makes U known not only
here but Is acknowledged throughout the
WRI. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
a. E. SMITHIES,
AicoDnihn', Colli dor nwi Copjht.
Ofliee with O I). CIuim), Safe Di-p'-blt liuild
Ing, I0(J Fort .Street. Telephone 11.
The Collection of (lovernmeut Hills
r'i.firrnEL.j iirr . jnri'sii - -
a specialty. ll!75-tf