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VOL. IX. NO. 1334.
HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1895.
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using a personal addrfta way i:use delay
iMrORTIRS AMD DEALERS IH LCMBEB AMD
ALL KIKDB OF BUILDING MaTESIALS.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. HAOUrXU) 00.
ttENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Corner Fort and Queen Screen, Hnuuinui.
fflO, B. BKITHIXS.
Auctioneer and General Business Auent.
Mahukona, Kohala, Hawaii.
Mandfactcbinq Jeweler ahd WATCH
MAKER. Kuknl Jewelry a specialty, farticomr
attention paid to all kinds of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON WOKKB,
Bteam Enqines, Buoab Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Krery Description Mude to
Order. Particular attention paldtoBhlps'
BlacksDiithing, Jnh Work exenntwt at
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Apentft for Hawaiian Inland.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel 8ts
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages & Civil Drivorn
To be had at all hours.
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
H1SPL A3ST AIDE :
Oor, Allan A Fort SU., ' Bonolulo.
10W tf a Kent.
Mr. (loo. W. Iltirtncr, Kecilclown, Va.,
write, n follow I
" Shortly after IcamiK eolleEO, t w. trnuhlecl
with it .Vlii ilUf.uo xlilcli ihtmeil ItielC, llrit.at
the fcnklct, I'tiynlcuuu pr'Wonneeil It eczctna,
nliil treated me fur that ci.niiil.ilnt. The rrup.
tli.ti crept rlowlr up my limb,, anil on the ImkIjt,
until It ctitrl(l the whole frame. II gate me
liillnllo trnuii'e Willi comtant Itclilne, rttliK oft
of ilty ui.vi.uuil a water liquid which would
L. jBy iB
exuilo fmtn under the ncalet. I treated It Tor
over three year uniticceatfutl?', and was un-thlo
In cheek It, until 1 heiriiii n.lnit Ajrer'n Rirnara.
rllla. I iiumI three dottle of thl meillelun and
wa enmileteljr euri-d tnjr ikln heeiimluit at
imootli and clear n hefore."
Has Cured Others, Will Curo You
JIado by Dr. J. 0. A jcr & Co., Iiwcll,JIaii.,U.S.A.
Hollister Dmg Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents (or the Knpnbllo o( Hawaii,
People Who Write
on typewriters marvel
that busy business men
still cling to the pen pro
cerus. The bur-int s- man
iibintf n typewriter would v
not voluntat ny return to
the old method, because
he can turn off more
work, of a better quality, F
IIUU WIUIl IL'rB t lion Oil
THe Man Who Never
Used a Typewriter
believes the task of learn
ing to write a difiicult (
and hopeleps one. 'Try. (
Others have learned ; you l(
can. x our nrst attempt
will probably reveal the
fact that you do faster (
work with the pen.
That's quite natural ;
you are just learning.
Your next trial will sur
prise you. Your fingers
go to the right keys in
stinctively. It becomes
easier and you will then
begin to rt-alizo the use
fulness and benefit of a
CHOICE OF A TYPEWRITER
will cither make or mar
your writing happimss.
For the business man
desiring a machine, that
combines speed, durabi
lity, docs perfect work,
and lastly, has the easiest
keyboard to learn, buy
This typewriter stands at
the head. It has all the
Let me bhow you a
T. W. HOBRON, Agent.
T-T- T- 7-T"T J r--T--?--3-T--T-X
At 7:30 o clock at
Sequah will lecture from
his Gilded Churiot on his
For your own benefit,
come, see, hear and judge for
The business of the country is
settliug iuto its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows in the
pasturo switch flies instead of bub
lots with their tails and the cream is
richer in consequence. Wo believe
wo havo satisfied every one of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us and we are in a position to sup
ply a great many more The people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialae during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
1 upon, aud no longer wonder at the
1 richness of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. "With tho oxception of a day
1 or two early in tho lato uuploasaut
uess our drivers have always been
on time at our customers' residences.
We tako this opportunity to thank
those who havo been patient with us
and to solicit a coutiuuatico of thoir
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
iill all orders telephoned to us aud
i guarantee all milk to be pure aud
I freo from adulteration,
The WAIALAE RANCH.
THE ALLEGED CONSPIRATORS.
Bush and Nawalii Still in Doubt
as to Wbat Will Happen,
The Prosecution Will Close Its Case This
! Afternoon, but the Trial Will
i Last Two Days Yet.
At t'lm rnoruhiK'ii station of tlio
CourtJ. L. Oilier has put tut llm
stnnd foe Hi promitioii, mid
nott siipo(l to 1m written by E. C.
Crick to the witnws was onWed iti
eridoncp. AIjo a chwk on Spruck
els b.ink for $12 signed by E. C.
Criek and purporting to bo drawn
in payment for a curtain rilli.
Other witnwes examined were,
E Klotuuie, D. Kaapa, E. I. Spald
ing, .Mrs. Oinor, D. A. Kaliooknno,
S. I. Sbaw and Capt. Parker. There
was little or no variation in the.
testimony from that previously
Soveral rifles and a quautily of
ammunition were introduced in evi
dotico and put in charge of Deputy.
Clerk Luea, wIiomj desk presents tlio
appearance of an arsenal.
It is expected the prosecution will
complete its case this afteruoor,
having but two or three more wit.
upases to bo examined.
For the defense at least twenty
witnesses have been rtibptunaed aud
it is expected the case will lat all
of two days longer.
On Friday noxl Judge Cooper
will tako tip considerable probate
business, among which will be tho
applications for admission to pro
bate of the wills of William A. Aid
rich, Sarah M. Hodgors, rTcinricb
Liming, John II. Guy and Thomas
Tha Supreme Court will hear
arguments on Friday in tho agreed
case of Waterhouso vs. DJniond,
Tho examination of tho affairs of
J. A. Affonso, a bankrupt, has been
set for Monday next.
Tho petition for letters of admin
istration ou tho ostato of A. P.
Peterson will bo heard on tho 20th
Tho houses of several Japaueso at
Makiki were entered during tho past
week and some fifty dollars in all
taken. Tho burglaries woro made
iu tho broad daylight. The Japanoso
assert that thoy saw a native mau
outer tho places robbed. Tho des
cription givon tallies with that of
the notorious Jim Kukoua.
Yesterday Kukoua entered tho
house of a Japanese ou Queen street,
rlo was seen by tho owner and givon
a good pummeling. Kukoua was
badly used up by tho Jap.
About Two Exiles.
' Iiocent advices from Sail Francisco
state that George Hitman has se
cured a good and pormauout posi
tion iu tho Union Iron Works atSau
Francisco aud has no further uso
for Hawaiian revolutions, plaster of
paris bombs or knobs to decorate
! iron fences. His father-in-law, J. C.
White, unfortunately injured his
right kneo soon after his arrival on
I tho Coast and is still suffering from
I the effects. As booh as ho recovers
ho also expects to tako a position
with tho sauid firm,
A TOUR OF IVBPKOTION.
A Member of the Japanese Conaulate
Tells of Hie Rcnt Trip.
G. Narita, of the Japanese Consul
ate, returned from Hawaii by the
steamer W. G. Hall yesterday. Mr.
Narita Mi by tho Kiuau and landod
at Hilo for tho purpose of paying a
visit of inspection to the different
plantations on the big island. Ho
was received very kindly by the
managers of tho plantations. Mr.
Narita desires to thauk tho following
gentlemen: W. W. Goodale, man
ager Papaikou plantation J. A.
Scott of Waiuaku plantation; C.
M. Waltou of I'ahala, aud G. C.
Hewitt of Naalehu for favors ex
tended to him ou his visit to tho
From Hilo Mr. Narita rodo on
horseback to the Volcauo. Part of
tho road was in a very bad condi
tion, making it rather uuploas-itit
travelling. Tho crater was not iu
an active state. A trip overland
was made to Naalehu. In each
locality visited by Mr. Narita tho
Jnpauese luborers were working in
dustriously, and with the exception
of two or three individual com
plaints they had no kicks to make.
They were working in competition
with tho (JliiiiMHi. Iu the Olaa cof
fee district thero wore about two
hundred Japanese. Fourteen of
thef-o hold leases of some of tho cof
fee laud. Iu tlii. district tho coffee
plants woro blooming and in a
Tho Japaueso aro uiakiug groat
preparations for tho coming peace
celebration ou Saturday next.
Everything will bo ready by Friday.
Tho men aro being drilled uear tho
Itohau store ou Fort street.
The management of tho Ewa
plantation has granted its Japaueso
laborers a holiday on Saturday iu
order to allow them to participate
in the festivities. Tho little brown
men rereral hundred strong may bo
expected iu town early Saturday
aw m w
Tha Op-ra House Walls.
After a thorough examination a
committee of competent exports
consisting of W. E. Howell, II. Lish
mau and F. J. Wilholm, has report
ed that tho three remaining walls of
tho opera houso are safe enough to
bo used iu rebuilding. Among other
suggestions made is one to tho ef
fect that tho walls ought to bo bet
ter braced than thoy are now in
caso of a possible high wind, and
tho matter will probably receivo tho
immediate attention of tho owners
of tho building.
The Leprosy Board.
Tho six physicians composing the
Leprosy Board met last oveniug at
tho oflico of Dr. Wood and compar
ed notes. Of the twolvo patients
brought from Molokai to bo experi
mented ou two woro assigned to
each physician for treatment. In
each caso an exact record of tho
treatment used and results obtainod
will bo kept and reported to tho
board, which will heroaftor moot
regularly every Tuesday ovouing.
Should bo used iu attempting to
curo that very disagreoablo disease,
catarrh. As catarrh originates in
j impurities in the blood, local appli
I cations can do no permanent good.
j Tho common souse method of treat
, inont is to purify tho blood, and for
this purpose thgro is no preparation
superior to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Pills euro constipation by
I restoring poristaltic action of tho