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VOL. IX. NO. 1328.
HONOLI'LI. H I., WEDNESDAY, MAY I h
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Addreeu letter lor the paper "Kdltor
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Dally JuIletlo Pnbllahln.g Oomrnnv."
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Corns r Kort and Queen butfu, Honolulu,
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AUCTIONEER AMD GENERAL llUSINESS AOENT.
If ahakona, Kobala, Hawaii
tfAxcrAUTDBiMa Jbwblxb AMD WATCH
MAKER. Kukul Jewelry specialty
attention paid to all kind ot repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Btreet.
HOMOLTJXTJ IHON WOBKS,
Btbam Engines, Bituab Mills, Boilers,
Coolers. Ibok, Brass and Lead
Machinery of itrery Description Nua to
Order, rartlcalsr attention paid to Ships.'
Blacksmlthlng. Job Work- xeflotcd at
Atlas Assurance Go.
aMKBTt, . 110,000,000,
H W. .SCHMIDT & SONS
Avent for Hawaiian Tslitnrt
City Carriage Co.,
Jorner King and Betbul 8u.
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Ftn Carriages & Civil Drivers
To b had at nil hoars.
J. S. ATNIDRADK,
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Onr. Allan Port SM Houolatu.
1Ua tf Airenu
Four yreat requisites of
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in nil the Suit
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was in
some veam one of the ber-c
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the beat dres
ed men in town wear dot he
made by '
Johnston ,& Storey, t
413 rortjStreet )
W. W. ABANA.
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Knglisu, scoicc and Amenub Goods.
Style and Kit OiiBranU-t-d.
Closuiing & Repaiiin
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FOE INFORMATION CONOEENINa
OALI. ON, OB ADDHKB8,-
JOHN M. CHASE,
Ottice, 100 Fort Street.
W. M. SMITH,
-WILL PUT IN-
Everything in tho Electric
KS Roftrs to E.O.IIull At
Son, where orders may be left.
tofl art in Vawtete sw
Xtttinm' ptmw tn
rv0WMtUr mAJl t.
IPDTC D A DVD Is kopt on flln at E. 0.
lnlOrAl uKDAKK'S Advertising
Agenoy. C4 and US Merchant's Exchange,
Ban Krsnclsco, California, where contract
for advertising can be mado for It.
Whereas, Mn. L. Beioke of 51 Mur-
chaut Streot, and tvcll-knowu in '
Honolulu, did complain, beforo n I
Liro audionre on Mondny nigbt
last in the old 'Armory, mi thn cor-1
uur of Beretntiin ami Punchbowl
Slrwtc, that RhuumatiRm had
been torturing him for the past
SO years, Mr. Ileickn riatiul that
ho had tried PvervthitiK ho knew
of to obtain rolinf but all mided iu
failurH. Secjuau upon bciut; ap
plied to, iininediately,supKsU;d
that tho Rhmimatiftin had buon in
possession (jutto long enough, and
proceeded to jjive it uotico to quit
by applying the Skcjuau Oil to
tho parts afllicted anil iu tho pre
sence of a number of gentlemen
from the audience relieved tho
sufferer from his torture; and,
Wucrcas, the said Mr. Beicke, pre
vious to the treatment, could not
walk 'without tho aid of a stout
stick, is now to be seeu about town
as lively as a kitteu, fooling an ,
pleased as a dog with two tails.
Others besides tho aboro have re
ceived the same wonderful relief
and Sequah's famo is spreading
far and near.
Cripples with Rheumatism are
now pouring into tho old Armory
every evening, whero Seqoaii lectures
at 7:30. All invited. Seats provided.
National Baud in attendance. Ad
Seqcaii attends at the old
Armory each day at 3 o'clock .for
sale ot his Remedies aud to receive
persons who wish to undergo his
U,For your own benefit,
come, see, hear and judge for ,
I Tho business of tho country is
I settling into its former groove. Our
geuthnnaiily driver has returned
I from his vacation, the cows in the
pasturo switch flies instead of bul
I lets with their tails aud the cream is
richer iu consequence. Wo believe
. uohavo satisfied every one of our
I customers who have taken milk from
us aud we are in a position to sup
1 ply a great many more Tho people
who from choice or upcessity visited
Waialae during the past two weeks
have had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock foede
upon, nnd no longer wohder at the
richness of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best, With the exception of a day
J or two early in the Into unpleasant
ness our drivers have always boon
on time at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
l those who have been patient with in
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
1 fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to be pure and
free from adulteration.
Tiie WAIALAE RANCH.
Gained in Strength
did for the Inralld Dauehtrr of a Prom
lucnt Lowell Tradc.man.
"My daughter hud for a long time been
troubled Willi violent headaches and sleep
IcMiieM. Hlio wan p.ilc, had no npwtltc,
and was losing Ocsli rapidly, Hlio took
Y.irioui remedies for her trouble, hut re
ceived no benefit until slio commenced using
Ayer's Harj iparllla. After tiklng half a
bottle, ilm began to feel better, llya con
tin 1 moof this medicine, her npiietlto re
turned, her cheeks began to nil out nnd show
color, nhogilned In strength, her headaches
ills.iiiMMri;il, slid slept better, nnd now sat s
slio feels llkn n new person."!, r.t'oaui.s-
iiai.1., u i.juii nu, i.om'ii.
Has Cured Others, Will Curo You
Mado hr Dr. J. 0. A)rr & Co, Lo nil, Mm..UJJjI.
Hollistor Drug Co., L'd.,
flol Ai''tN tur Mit Hpiib"o if Hawaii.
rwpit) vim mutt
on typewriters marvel
that busy hutnncsb men
Btil' din to tho pen pro
ces The hiiniMHs man
umii a typewriter would
not volunta ily leturn to
the old method, because
he can turn off more
work, of a better quality,
and with le-s ffoit on
Tiie Ju.iii Wh.i Never
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believes tin tafk of 'eirn
ing to wiite u (lillicult
and hopelehs one. Try.
Others have learned ; you
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will probably reveal tho
fact that you do faster
work with thf pen.
That's quite natural ;
you are just learning.
Your next ttial will sur
prise you. Your lingers
go to tho right keys in
stiuctivt ly. It becomes
easier and you will then
begin to r alize the use
fulness and benefit of a
CHOICE OF A TYPEWRITER
will either make or mar
your writing happiinss.
For tho business man
desiring a machine, that
combines speed, durabi
lity, does perfect work,
and lastly, has tho easiest
keyboard to learn, buy
' This typewriter stands at
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Let mis chow you a
T W WiTRRflW Ananft
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Stanford University Tina Would
Llko to Play Here.
The Hawaii Baseball League hold
a imeting this noon in tho olllce of
W F. Allen. ThosH present, wero
President W. F. Allen, Capt. J. A.
Thompson, repiesenting tho Un
knowns, Harry Wilder and Lionol
Hart, the Stars, aud Unhurt I'art
and Bockley the Kainehamehas. It
was decided to hold in reserve tho
gale receipt of the first tbreo
games iu order to eiuuro tho play,
ing out of tho season. The League
decided on this iu order to compel
the three clulu to play the schedule
I out. The receipts of tho fmt game
1 will be divided on the fourth game,
! the oi:ond tho ncxt,and so on. Geo.
Angus, who acted ns temporary secre
tary, read a communication from the
Stanford University baseball club,
, akit)g if stillicieut inducement)!
i could be ollered by tho leaguo for
I the club to visit Honolulu to play a
series of games with tho local clubs.
1 The matter was discushed by' tho
league nnd Mr. Angus was requested
to wrie tho ninuag'rof tho Stan
fords thai tho lecgtie could not do
auything ,iintil after tho season's
games wore played.
Tho rules of 1805 wore adopted
i for the coming season. With regard
to tho umpire it wis left to a future
' meeting. CaplaiiiB Thompson and
Wilder saw Harry Whitney this
noon, resulting in his accepting the
, poitiou of umpire for next Satur-
day's game hetweeu the Stars aud
There is no danger from this dis
ease when ChamberlatuV Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the tough mucus aud aids its expect
oration. It also lessens tho severity
nnd frequency of paroxysms of
coughing, aud insures a speedy re
covery. There is not tho hast dau
ber iu giving the remedy to childron
or babies, as it coutains uo injurious
substance. For sale by all dealers.
I Benson, Smith & Co., igoiila for the
OhostHr Doyle Kecelvus Four Hun
I dued from Jupan
Chester A. Doylo, the well-known
Japanese interpreter, received by
the S. S. Gaelic four hundred store
' opticon views. Theso views include
war scenes up to date, also photos
j of tho Chinese and Japaueso geu
1 orals. The pictures of tho men-of-t
war, reviews of troops, views of
snow scenes aud the hospitals of the
i Red Cross are very pretty and realis
! tic. Mr. Doylo expects to givo a
, private exhibition soon. Tho views
j are all colored, aud aro very credit
able to the artists. It is tho intou
1 tion of Mr. Doyle to give a public
' exhibition iu tho drill shed if a suQi
I ciout guarantee can be obtained.
The views aro really fine anil their
Inspection will be well repaid, They
can bo seen at Williams' gallery.
In tho ears, sometimes
buzzini; sound, are caused by cat
arrh, that exceedingly disagreeable
snd very common disease. Loss of
smell or hearing also result from
catarrh, Hood's Sarsaparilla. the
great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful remedy for this disease,
which it cures by purifying the
Hood's Pills aro
dinner pills, assist
the best after
of every descrip
tion dono by tlit
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Commercial Work n Sixrcmlty. Kailmntet
given. Orders promptly executed.
If you are out of Hill Hradt,
Heads, fto., uit can aujiply thrm.