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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 3. 1895.
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Stop That Cough!
HOLLISTER DRUG GO,,
B23 Fort Street.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street
ESTABLISHED 1 859.
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clinchrr
FROM SBOO XJF.
AJso a Fine Lot of CIIIFFONIKKB of the Latest Designs and Patterns
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per lioll of 40 Yards, $12.(10.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
" TBLBPHO N JBD 17 1M
Pioneer Furniture House
609 AND 611
from all the Celebrated
Factories In the United ?
IMF0BTKUS, WU0LE8ALK AND IIETAIU DKALKKB IN
Havana, Manila, Mesdcan and JSmerican Cigars.
HzoxjXiisrrEi & oo.
Cor. Fort'and Merchant Streets.
Daily Bulletin 50c. per Month
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I ARRIVED AT APIA.
The Honolulu "Suspocts" Unboom
Themselves and Tell Startling
Thn Samoa Weekly Herald hat
Thn Maripom arrive il lu port from
San Franoisco on Saturday lat,
having considerable cargo for Apia
and a very full passenger list
through. Among the passengers
were three gentlemen Messrs. Levy,
Bailey and Swift who tvore doport-
ed from Honolulu on account of
, their supposed connection with the
i rocent trouble there. They toll
rather startling stories about the
treatmont accorded them by the
Government of Hawaii, ono which
they all affirm the truth of being
that Mr. Swift, who was confined
in jail for forty-two dayB, was tor
tured during that period, so as to
induce him to divulge information
the Oovernment supposed him to be
possossed of. His wife acted as Maid
of Honor to the deposed Queen.
Those gentlemen, all being subjects
of Great Britain, have appealed to
their home Government for protec
tion. Their passage was paid to
Sydney for them, but, as Mr. Levy's
property was confiscated, tho Ha
waiian Government was probably
not much out of pocket over the
transaction. If these stories are not
exaggerated it would stem as if the
hitherto peaceful Hawaiian Islands
wero to bo exposed to many of tho
evils of a roigu of torror. No doubt
tho spirits of tho above mentioned
gontlomen wero not very high when
they ombarked at Honolulu, butthoy
cortaiuly could not have had any
fellow-passougers moro calculated to
sond them up to concert pitch than
those on this steamer, as nearly ovoty
stato room was occupied by mem
bers of "Tho Londoji Gaiety Girls'
Troupe," which iB going through to
Sydnoy. Judging by tho way this
merry band took possession of our
peaceful town wo venture to predict
that seats in the bald-headed row of
the theatre they occupy will always
command a premium. Fourteen of
San Francisco's gilded youths ac
companied tho trqupo as far as
Honolulu where, without exception,
they all received their conge and
departed, certainly sadder, if not
wiser men, and incidentally con
siderably out of pocket.
) Now that tho war of tho revolu
I tion is ovor, it is tho duty of ovory
1 mau to support tho existing form of
I govurumout. Although things may
not move with tuat cordiality that
would ensure an everlasting peace,
still they may bo allowed to subside
into that indifforeuco without animo
sity that would allow either party
to work out their best interests. All
things considered it may bo for tho
best, but time, tho only arbitrator in
such cases, must alono decido that
James T. Stowart is a Plumber and
I will do your work in good shape
I and at figures that will give you
James T. Stewart.
15 Bothel Street, Honolulu, i
III n term that lias been justly
applied by ninny to the treat
ment Klven anhjectH In tho
A. dozn new wayB of fit dln
the word you want. A KcltmtlflQ
Alplinbet to aid lu the iiromtn
c ut ion. Ib recognized authority.
For partlcu'ara address
A. W. EVANS, Agent,
1318-lm (leneral Dollvury
A Chaoce for Horsemen
l Lattsi ImpioYtid Frazler Salky
With I'neutimtlu Whet Is. Alto,
l St Ball During High Wlmli.
All In Flftt-cluBi Order. Inquire of
1321-tf 0. W. MAOKAKLANE.
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I have just received a com -
pletc line, in the Latest
The qualities and patterns
are very choice and were im
ported specially for my fine
trade. Also have a full lino of
At Keasonablo Prices.
(jjQir While you are wait
ing for the car come in and
514 Fort Street
First Consignment of HOOK 11KKH
From the Freilerlcksherp Ilrenlug Co.
of Han Joxe, Cut,
1300 WM. CUNNINGHAM. lw
WiiKRtAt, Mr. L. Ueickk of M Mer
chant Street, and well-known in
Honolulu, diil complain, lief ore n
large audience on Monday night
last in tho old Armory, on tho cor
ner of Berotania and Punchbowl
Streets, that Rheumatism had
been torturing him for the past
IK) years, Mr. Beicko( stated that
he bad tried even thing he know
of to obtain relief but all ended in
failure, ScqCAn upon be ink' ap
plied ti, immediately suggested
that the Hheumatism had been in
possession quite long enough, and
proceeded to give it notice to quit
by applying tho Seqoaii Oil to
tho parts afllicted ami in tho pre
sence of a number of gentlemon
from the Midi once relieved tho
sufferer from his torture; and,
Whereas, tho said Mr. Beicko, pre
vious to the treatment, could not
walk without tho aid of a stout
stick, is now to be seen about town
as lively as a kitten, feeling as
pleased as a dog with two tails.
Others besides tho above have re
ceived the same wonderful relief
ami Slqi'ah's fame is spreaumg
far aud near.
Ciipplns with Rheumatism aro
now pouring into tho old Armory
ovory evoniug, wlioro Sequaii lectures
at 7:!J0. All invited. Seats provided.
National Baud in attendance. Ad
Seol'aii attends at tho old
Armory each day at IJ o'clock for
sale of bin Remedies aud to receive
persons who wish to undergo his
1 KFor your own benefit,
' come, see, hear and judge for
The business of tho country it
settling into it former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has roturnod
I from his vacation, the cows in the
pasture switch 11 ins instead of bul-
lets with their tails and the cream i
richor in consequence. We believe
wo have satisfied every ouo of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and we aro in a position to sun
Ply great many moro The people
wno irotn cnoice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to soo just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and no longer wondor at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early in tho lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on timeatourcustomora' residences.
Wo tako this opportunity to thank
those whoa havo boon pattont with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guaranleo all milk to be pure and
freo from adulteration.
The WAiALAE KA.NC11.
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Beach Douse To Let!
A PUKNISIir.n HOUSE
' XX. Is to let or lease at
I Walklkl bench, a few niln- J
tltcs' WHIK iroiu tlio tram-1
ear. It hat Coolc lloui-o, Hath House, and
Good 8e Ilatblni; IIoiiHehold Utensils
and Dishes are all cnnmlete. Rooms mav
ho let with rmthinKVrivdeges, It the whole
premises are not taken.
Huveothtr Houses in town nncl suburbs
to let, furnished and unfurnished.
Also, liulliliiiK Lots formic.
Inmilieof DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf 4.' Merclunt streeu