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VOL. IX. NO. 1324.
HONOLULU, II I., FHIDAY, APRIL 2G. I895.
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Steam Eruimrs, Bdoab Mills, Boilers,
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Blacksmithlng. Job Work executed l
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Our stock of Spring
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Beach Bouse To Let I
A FURNISHED HOUSE
is to let or lease at
Walklkl beach, a few min
utes' walk from tho tram-
cur. It hui Cook lloubo, Hath House ami
Good Sea Bathing Household Utensih
and Dishes are all complete Kooms inav
bo let with bathing privileges, if thowholV
promises aro not taken.
Hitve other Hnintes In town and suburbs
to let, furnished and unfunlshed.
Also. Building 1-otH for t ale.
liuiuireof DAVID DAYTON,
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OKOUKEKY nri OLAHHWAHK.
Wiilreas, Mr. L. IIeicke of f)4 Mor
cliatit Streot, nnd nell-known in
Honolulu, did complnin, boforo n
lare audiunco on Monday night
last in tlio old Armory, on tho cor
ntT of liorotanin and Punchbowl
Slrceto, that RluMimatism bad
bi'tm torturing him for tho past
80 venro, Mr. Beiukoa stated that
lin Lad trii'd (ivorvtliii)K ho know
of to obtain rolittf but nil ondwl in
failure, Skijuah upon bfiiiR ap
plied to, iininodiatoly nuggeatfd
that tho IUiuumatiRin had buon in
possession quito long onotigh, and
proceeded to give it notice to quit
by applying tho Sequaii Oil to
tho parts olllicted and in tho pro
soiii'o of a number of gentlHiueu
from the audionco relioved tho
sufferer from his torture; ami,
Wiieiikas, the said Mr. Ileicke, pre
vious to the treatment, could not
walk without tho aid of a stout
stick, is now to be seen about town
as lively an a kitten, feeling as
pleased ai a dog with two tails.
Others besides tho alh)ve have re
ceived the same wonderful relief
and Sequaii's fame is spreading
far and uear.
Cripples with KheuinatNtu are
now pouring into tho old Armory
ovory evening, where Sequaii locturen
at 7:30. All invited. Seats provided,
i National Band in attendance. Ad
i 0 Sequaii attends at the old
Armory each day at 3 o'clock for
sale of his Remedies and to receive
persons who wish to undergo his
f ' WITH
K.For your own benefit,
j come, sec, hear and judge for
The busiuesa of the country it
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows in the
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails aud the croam it
richor in consequence. Wo beliove
wo havo satisfied every oue of our
customers who hare taken milk from
us and wo aro in a position to sup
ply a great many more The people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two woekt
, havo had an opportunity to seo just
wuat sort ol Uiet our stock reeds
upon, and no longer wonder at the
riohnoss of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With the exception of a day
or two early in tho lato unpleasant
ness our drivers havo always been
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo tako this opportunity to thank
those who havo been patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage Wo will be pleased to
fill all ordors telephoned to us aud
guarauteo all milk to be pure aud
free from adulteration.
Tiik WAIALAB RA.NCU.
LEI ILIMA DANCE.
Tho Complimentary Farewell to Sr.
Crandall at Independence Park.
The pavilion at Independence
Park was the scene of a gay aud bril
liant throng yesterday evening. Tho
occasion was a farewell dnco given
by the Lei Ilima Club to Dr. K.
Porcy Crandall, U.S.N., a member of
the club, who will leave on tho S. S.
Gaelic for San Francisco. Tho in
terlor was decorated with streamers,
the predominating color being yol
low, the color ol the ilima. Sus
pended in tho conter of the room
was a largo bouquet of variegated
flowers. At the entrance hung con
spicuously the Hawaiian and Amer
ican flags. A large Hawaiian ilag
was tastefully placed over tho door
leading to the dressing rooms and
on it was neatly worked In ferns tho
welcome "Aloha." Alt tho invita
tions issued had been accepted aud
it was a swell assemblage.
Shortly after 8 o'clock daucing
was begun to tho popular music of
tho Quintet Club. There wero about
fifty couples on the floor and every
thing passed off like the proverbial
marriage bell. An iutermissioii was
taken at 10 o'clock during which U.
J Ordway, Dr. Crandall andThos.
Hennessey gave an instrumental trio.
Tho selection was accorded well
merited applause. After the rendi
tion Dr. Crandall, the guet of tho
evening, was railed aside by J. M.
Sims and in an appropriate speech
was, preeuted with a leather medal
Hon suitably insciibed. Tho letter
ing done in gold is as follows: "Pre
sented to Dr. 11. Percy Crandall.
USX., from the Lei Ilima Social
Club, Honolulu, April 'St, 18U3." In
tho address Mr. Sims dwelt on tho
doctor's attractive aud magnetic
qualities, nud hoped that while wear
ing the token of the club's esteem on
his manly breast he would remember
with what feeling it had been uiveu.
Dr. Crandall acknowledged the gift
with a bow and retired amid thun
A mandolin and guitar quartet
was later rendered in a very accept
able stjlo. The Quintet Club sang
a solo aud chorus in the ulub'a ini
mitable WBy, receiving an eucoro.
Dancing was resumed and kept up
with zest uutil oue o'clock this
morning, when with regret tho gay
Hefeshmeuts in the ihape of sand
wiches, cake, coffee and ice cream
were served about midnight. Tho
diversion was much appreciated.
Among thoe who wero present were:
Mr. aud Mrs. C. A. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Wright, Lieut, aud Mrs.
Werlick, Dr. It. Percy Crandall, U.
I S. N., J. M. aud Mrs. Julian Mousar-
rat, Mrs. Gfo. E. Boardman, Mrs.
11. Gillig, Mrs. P. Ncumaun and
daughters, F. Unger, Miss Belle
Walker, Dr. Murray. Prof. H. Bor
ger, D. Davton and daughter. J. A.
Wilder, Walter Dillingham, Frod.
B. Oat, H. Dirnoud, C. P. Colburn,
Jas. Mersberg, Miss May Cummins,
Mr. Duuscombn, the Misses Irish
man, the Misses McGuire, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Krueger, J. W. Winter and
membors with their wives and sweet
hearts. The chaperons' wore: Mrs. J. N.
Wright, Mrs. O. A. Brown, Mrs.
Boardman, Mrs. B. A. Williams, Mrs.
Loo Warner, Mrs. J. L. Holt, Mrs. J.
H. Thompson, Mrs. I. Creightou,
Mrs. J. I. Dowsett
Much credit is due tho different
committees by whose efforts the faro
well dance was made a decided suc
cess. Ringing Noises
In the ears, sometimes a roaring,
buzzing sound, are caused by cat-
arrh, that exceedingly disagreeable
i aud very common disease Loss of
' smell or hearing also result from
catarrh. Hood's barsaparilla, the
great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful remedy for this disease,
which it cures by purifying the
Hood's Pills aro
dinuer pills, assist
tho boat,, after
If you watit to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect the stock of Brown & Kubey,
tt No. 4, Masonic Temple; thero you
will find tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
sud watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments Brown & Kubey
make a specialty of rubber stamps.