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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 3, 1896.
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Pur burk " Andrew 'Welch," Schooner "Robert Lowers" and
3T Every vurioly, style and price in the Furniture line. Tho
host and most varied in Honolulu. Gall and inspect cur stock.
KCoid & Co.,
TSTo V-l King Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
I Offer to tho trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boota and Shoes, Hats, JShawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture & Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Oolden 0-a.te Flour,
Fort Ss Q,-u.eeix Streets
is ottir .ir.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
BOBERT LOUIS STEVENSON.
His Family Wins a Suit for Libel in
tho Samoan Court.
Tho following is copiud from a re
cent issuo of tho Sauionu Times:
Tho family of tho Into I. L
Stovt'iison have just brought and
wou a libel suit beforo Cliiof Justico
tele. Taylor, tho dwfondant, a young
half-caste of some education, iiad
been spn ading reports to tho offuct
that Mr. Stovonson had beou involv
ed (in conjunction with tho captain
and officers of thoouhoonor Equator)
in landing four hundred rtautl of
rifli'S and two hundrt'd thousand
rounds of fixed atiiuiutiition. Taylor
supplied the Samoa Times with tho
most specific detail, and was re
sponsible for a written statement
being circulated through tho town
that tho lato Mr. Stovenon was
deeply implicated in the illicit in -portattou
of arms into this country.
It is scarcely necessary to say that
overwhelming ovidonco was brought
to prove tho falsity of those alle
gations, and Chief Justice lde, after
a summing up iu which he spoke
very highly o(. Mr. Steveusou, sen
tenced Taylor to pay a fiuo of XI
10s, or 90 days' imprisonmont, as
well as tho costs of tho Court.
Combined Band Concert.
The Philadelphia and Govern
ment bands will give a combined
concert at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening at 7:30. Tho following is
March Liberty Mn 1 Bouia
Oveilure Unlit Cavalry Supptt
ranias'a i n tsmnn's Hong feiienber;
Belectlon Koie of Castile Hullo I
Fantasia A. Hutatlng Scene ...Bnccatossi
Waltz Springtime lloutquet
Two Marches a. National Guard of
Hawaii,!). Palolo Ilergor
The Star Spangled Banner.
Any ono who has ever had an at
tack of inflammatory rheumatism
will rejoico with Mr. J. A. Stumm, '
220 Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, ,
over his fortunate escape from a
siege of that distressing ailment.
Mr. Stumm is foreman of Merriam's
confectionery establishment. Sum
months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across tho streot ,
on an errand, ho was caught out in
the raiu. Tho result was that wbon
roady to go homo that night ho was
unablo to walk, owing to iuilatnma- ,
tory rheumatism. lie was taken
homo, and on arrival was placed in
front of a good firo and thoroughly i
rubbed with Chamborlaiu's Fain
Balm. During tho evening and night
he was repeatedly bathed with this J
ltnimont, and by morning was re
lieved of all rheumatic pains. Ho
now takes especial pleasure in prais
ing Chamborlaiu's Pain Balm, and
always keeps a bottlo of it in the
house. For sale by all dealors, Ben
son. Smith & Co., agents for tho Ha
Several Cottages at Moderate Rentals.
FOR SaLE ON EAST TERMS.
Houso Lois, IU miles from Post Olllco, on
and near King Street, a few steps
beyond the Kainehiraeha
fsa- This oirrs a good chance to secure
Homesteads at mo lerato prices. With an
nexation as.-ared In the near futnre, a
H utt Ijot so near the business center
forms one of the most desirable Invest
ments for a s mall sunt of money.
skw Corporations or auyone desiring
to Invest in Large Tracts of Suburban
Land can be accommodated at reasonable
figures with Trads of from 6, 10 to SO
I1V Land on the other Islands, in
Tracts suitable for a Dairy, Hog ltanch or
Cotlee and Sisal Plantation for sale or
lease. Enquire of
1282-3m K. M. NAKUIKA.
N. F. BURGESS
Is now prepared to repair Qirden Hose,
Dprlnklers, Water Taps. et. Haw Filing
and all kinds of Tools sharpened, Includ
ing Curving Knives ana bcitora: Lawn
MoersnpecUvt: also Batting Ulasat In
fart ali kinds of Jobbing. Wor called for
and returned. King np 85J Mutual Tele.
Pjjnn. U7 tf
FOR SALE OR LEASE
a Valuable Fish Pond
Yielding a rufe Income. Address
"II 0 "
WW 3m HciikWofllce.
Wc herewith present above an excel
lent likeness of little Zola Miner, tho
six year old daughter of Mm. Olllo
Iluser, a milliner well known by the
residents of Colfux, Indiana, and mir
ruuudlng towns. Tho child waHiillllct
cd with Iritis mul wan treated without
avail. Finally, a noted physician ad
vised Hood's Sarsaparllla and good
health now reigns Mipremo. Iteud
the following letter:
" Colfax, Ind., Aug. 10, 18M.
"C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. :
"Gentlemen: As an act of Justice and
for the benefit ot other mother who, like
myself, may havo afflicted children, I
write you this letter. About tho llrit of
February, 1803, my daughter Zola, then
three years old, contracted soro eyes of
the worst form and In a fow weeks
Was Entirely Blind
being unable to tolcrato light ofnny kind.
Tho littlo one suffered and cried until 1
was almost crazy and heartbroken. I hid
the best cyo specialist in tho city of Frank
fort, our county town. Ho treated Iir
for sonio four month, but tho even did
not Improve, In fact they bceumo vrowo.
My friends advised mo to take tho child
to Indianapolis, and though I felt n
though I could not well afford tho time
and money, as I have to make- my own
living by my personal labor, I conclud
ed to make another effort to savo my
daughter's sight, If it landed mo In tho
poorhouBo. I thcreforo took my child to
tho best oyo specialist in that city. Ho
examined her eyes and said that ho could
do nothing for her. I camo away with a
HOBRON DRTJO COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
You may have
many hours of comfort by not
Take the hint. Don't buy
Per S. B. "Australia"
A SMALL INVOICIC OK
j Bologna Sausages
FOH BALK BY
KG J. ISrOLTE
heavy heart. On tho fourth of July I met
my father's family physician In n neigh
boring village, and he, at my request, ex
amined Zola's eyes and
Advised Mo To Try Hood's
Barsanarllla. I went homo and tirniriil
a bottlo at tho drug storo and began to
glvo It as directed and waih tho eyes with
warm water. Soon I began to noto an
Improvement and now, having given the
child over a half dozen bottler, her eyes
are greatly Improved and she can eet as
well k any one. Hue U scarcely nix years
of age, yet I sent her to school for n short
term this summer. When sho began to
take llood'i ttarinparllla, she had to eat
her meals in n darkened room, hut now
hbe Is ablo to sit nt tho tablo with tho rest
of tho family." Mrs. Om.ii: lli-scn.
Known to Loading Citizens.
"Dour Hlrs: We hereby certify that wo
are well uctpjalnted with Mrs. Olllo ltuscr
who nin'dic tlio above statements, and also
with her lltllu girl, Kola. Wu billcvo and
know tho fact-) to bo truo and correct In
.ery rwticular as stated. Wo reside In
, Colfax, lad." John I). Ilurici:n, Trustee
I'crryTiiwaihlp; W. 11. Cou.v, Druggist.
Whnt tho Doctor Says :
"Cltntlcmen: While I do not bellevo in
patent or proprietary medlelnw and sel
dom preserlbo them, yet I want to say
that I know tho statements nmilu by Mrs.
Olllo IJuscr of Colfax, lnd., to ! true."
Jamih A. Hkiiuyman, M. 1)., Darlington,
Hood's Pills act harmoniously with Hood's
Sarsapirlll and aro ceotle, lollJ and ellectlr.
$200, $250, $275,
$375 D $550.
A 1.80 -
$1000, $1200, $1300.
O. 3D. CHASE
Safe Deposit Dnlldlne, 406 Fort
Corner Nuaanu and Hotel Bts.
K. N. HEQUA - - Mantgai
Gboice Wines, Liquors, Ales,
POBTElla, ETC., ON DRAUGHT.
Hall and Half on Draught,
Hand-made Sour Hash
Fine Cassimoros, Serges,
White Linons, Eto.
Suits Miido to Orde?
ON SHOUT NOTIOK.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AKIMA - - 40 Nuuanu Street