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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FIIOM AND AKTKlt JUNK 1. IS'fl.
To Kwa Mill.
Iove Pearl City.
Arrive Ewa Mill..
Leave Kwa Mill .
Leave Pearl City
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
h ttUjj Ulhh
tuesday, march 0, 18111.
Tit-hay, Mur. tl.
Amhrgtno W 0 Irwin, WWlium, 10 days
(roni Ban FnincNco
O At O 8 Oceanic, Uinltli, Iron: San t ran-
Ttir.iAYt Mar 0.
O Si OHU Oceanic, Smith, tor Yokohama
and llntiKk uig at ftsWJ m
Htmr (Jlaiidlne for Kuliulul, Keanao, llnim,
Hamon, Kiialiulu,Nuu, I'anuhau, Ku-
kalnuot "ip in
fitinr Mlknlmla for Nawlllwlll, K Ion. lite-
elc, Malawell, Waimcii and Kokuhn at
6 p tu
htmr V O Itnll for Ijiliahm, Maalara,
Konn, Kail and Volcano at tun m
Stmr Wiilalealo for Luhalua, Kukultinvlu
and Honokaa at I'.' m
Stmr James Mukeo for llananmiitii and
Kanun at 4 ji in
Stmr Pulu for Mukawi-ll
l'roni Pan KrancUoo. imr H S Oceanic.
March ill-or Honolulu: JnrruilT IaivK
Mrs ImI, Ml Hazel I. UwK (Inv II It
Well. Daniel J Koran 1'or Yokohama:
Timothy lluiptu, Mm I llutf.ui, I'H Jaiuen,
Mli" Khettleuieycr, Ml ttarah (lanlm-r,
Mrs Jane 11 UmuiiI. V II ljrltifz, Jlli
UmiImi Itothwollk-r, J W Thorn iou, Ml
Mo M Thompson, Mrn W 1) Liu rued, duo
M I'l-'Kin-on. KO Green, KOMtirtl, Mr
KU MorrN. H H Kmillmann, Mo 8 II
Kaullman, Mir I.ouWe Kuull'iuaun.dro.liy
tf Noye. Mrs t'B Xoyes, MI Myra Xoycn,
Ml- MiiryO de Motto. Itov A II llrowu.
P f Clark. 1' Teroda, 8 I". Jlnrri'tt, Mrs 8 I1,
llnrn-tt, (loo Flood. 1' V, Humm-i, Albert
Miller, James It Mumo, J II Mi-Michael,
Mrs J 11 Mc.Mloliiiol, MnMer Me.Mluhael.
Mrs Miry P K Nilotic, Ml M H. Kelly,
Mrs 1' May. Albert Ihyer. Ml V. Yliiit,
Mrs Julia Heck, O M.iUudiilrn, Ja Hultli
aiuUcrvant, K V Morley, Mrs K W Mor
ley, A 11 Morley. H Hnlu, Julliin Morale,
Mrs J Morales, K (loda. t-nr Hniinkou)::
l.lao Nyiin Tow, Mrs Tow, Mrs I. Inn and
Infant, tleuru.nH Maoy. Mrs!) II Mafviind
son, KJ ('invnn. l'or Sliannlinl: (.'lu-vu-Her
TuMod'Apiierl. Mrs (.'litis P t'a-llly,
Miss Margaret t'niiley, WmO Itlley. I'hnll
8 Kl-olier, Miss Alary Uo)crN, M ss Kmiiiu
ltrsou. l'roiu Honolulu for Yol.olmtim:
llrS Kalleti, It V Irwin. Krom Honolulu
for HoiiKkniii;: J 11 Hrlli, I lm Trc
Kor Maul and Hawaii, per Mmr V (1
Hall, Ma ah 0 Volcano: It II llnimlii).'.
WuyiHirlst K W l-'u ler and wife, V A
Kinney. Mrs Malplnephiv, J Nnwahl, ('
Mcluecko, O K titouu and (iO ileek.
l'or Kauai, per Htmr Mlkalmla. March 0
(I K Wilder and wife. P UoiiIht. A H
Hurtwell, Marshal llluOiiook, T Mc'llitli-,
O I. Dovle. J 1 Sllva. M A (lualves. J M
Hailway and wife. J M W
Mr Webitcr, 11 N Wile.
uiKcr.j i; wuikit,
x, Aliua and
Voasuls In Fort.
U S8 Philadelphia, Darker, from ('iillao,
U 8 8 Adams, Nelnon. from a crulso
H It M 8 Champion. ltooe, Krcpilimtult
HUMS Naulwa, Mori, from Jupiiu
Am ship It P Cheney, Moslior, irom Do-
Am hk 8 0 Allen, Thompson, from tiu
Am bk Matilda, 8wcnsou, from Duparture
Am scfir Carrier Dove, ltraudt, from Suw-
caotle, N 8 V
Am bktuo Irmcard, Kulnniilt, from San
Am bktuo 8 N Castle, Hubbard, from 8au
Am whalliiK bark Horatio, DouabNon,
from hau i'ruuclveo
Am wlmlliiK Imrk Murs,
iirll nlilli Knnluruft, HI minor,
catlc. J. H W
l!r hark Mlltiltu, llnrluml, (rum
(ler hk (Inlvcnton, (nun llunt;konK
Foreign Vessels Expoctod.
OHS Muriposa, Jlnywanl, from Sydney,
Uiih Miiri'h H
OiVUfiN duello, lYarne, from lliiuykona
nml Yokohama, duo May 14
Am hkluu Bkniilt, (rem 1'urt Uatnlilo, now
Am hk llarviMer, from Sun rrauvlM-o to
Am hktue DUi'ovury, (rum Ban rranol-ro,
lluw lik Helen HreuiT, (rum New York,
Am bi'Ii Balvator, from N H W. Jan 'JO
Am liktne lillo, from N H W, Jan III
Uk Ximilpiie, from N 8 W, Jim '.".-31
Ilk M Hackfeld, from Liverpool, J nun 1-K
(for hk (lulvuNton, from Ainoy, no due
tier hk J I) (llaih', from Liverpool, Apr l-io
Lyman 1) l"oter, from N h , Keh I'.'
Sell Golden bhure, Irom Newcastle, N.b.W.
' Trunk Poor went m pur erou the itf inn
er V. U. Hull thi moruuiK
'Iho lirlt!uutine J. 1). bpreck I, UJjdavc
from Honolulu, and the brlnantinu Lur
llue, lit iIiivn from llllo, urrived in Mm
Francisco, t'eh. SO.
'I he loiir-mawlcd hurkeutlnu X iiitlpiie
arrived yo-terday cvunlnc from Newcuslle,
N. B. V., ullh coal and uuoherud hi the
btreain on thu i;a s dii of the Champion.
The bark (J. 1). Ilruuit, lurkeutlue h. it
Wilder mid hilumitiuu u. d. Irwin left
Ban Fruiieixi'o ou 1'eh. Isth (or Hoi nhihi
'Iho H. (I. Wilder arrived yuMerilay and
tho V l. Irwin to-da), l.'i and lliilai re
peetlvi'ly. The hfhooiier J. M. ealh r
wux left the .iuie da) for llllo.
Chamberlain's Cough Keiuedy
gives the best satisfaction of any
cough medicine 1 handle, and a a
seller leads all other preparations in
this market, I recommend it be
cause It is the bent medicine I cer
handled for coughs, colds and croup.
A. W. Haldridge, .Mlllorivillc, III.
For sale by all dealers. Deuson,
Smith .S: Co,, Agents for the llawai
LOCAL, AND OENEHATj NEWS. .
Tho 1. O. baud will piny tlio S. S.
Oceanic off this nftornoon.
Sugar was 3 3-Kic. for Ufl tost in
Now York at latost advices.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Wunthor
hazy, wind frosh uorthuast.
B. H. Banning lnft on tho steamer
W. U. Hall for tho Volcano.
An incano Jnpaniw was brought
to tho Police Station last night.
Tho S. S. Oceanic sails for tho
Orient at f:JJ0 o'clock thisovoning.
Nothing of iniportaneo hapnoned
iu tho higher courts Hit morning. '
Clans Sprookola has given $iit)0!) in
aid of tho unemployed in San Fran
cisco. The Ut'LLCTix is indebted to Purser
Tuttlo of tho Oceanic for uows
Notice of tho terminal vacation in
tho Government schools is given iu
Frank Hobollo was thrown from a
buggy on Saturday anitt sustained a
fracture to his right wrist.
Tho departure of tho steamer W.
G. Hall was delayed an hour await
ing foreigu mail for windward.
It. W. Irwin, Hawaiian Consul
Gotieral for Japan, will leave on the
S. S. Oceanic this evening for that
Captain McNeill, of the barken
tin) S. G. Wilder, has the thanks of
the Bulletin for Sao Francisco
Tho new Aloha Aina pin is tho
latest novelty iu the jewelry Hue.
They may lie obtained at T. Lind
say's, Fort street.
Geo. M. Ferguson and F. C.
Green, members of Chicago's "four
hundred," are on the S. S. Oceanic
bound for Yokohama.
H. II. Wells, ex Governor of Vir
ginia, l S. A., arrived ou tim S. S.
Oceanic to-day. Mr. Wells intends
spending u vacation here.
Opu, the uativo surf-rider at the
Midwinter Fair, ha bcun challenged
for a canoe race, by an inhabitant of
tho north iu the Ksipiimatt Village
Sentence was suspended in the
case of Solomon Ma iu the District
Court to-day for I ho larceny of n
gold watch, tho properly of Mr.
An important not ice is given in
this issue by W. G. Ashley, ItogNtrar
of Public Accounts, regarding the
closing of accounts for the biennial
fiscal period. '
The members of the mounted pa
trol in full uniform and fully armed
gathered at the Police .Station this
nftornoon. It is not known why
they were asetniied.
The trial of ,1. Caitero, the cook
of the bark S. L'. Allen, for the inur
dototis atwiitill ou two native oil!
cor, one of whom hassiucedied, has
been fot for March 13.
Timothy Hogau attd Mrs. Hogan
are through pa-sengers for Yoko
hama on the S. S. Oceanic. Mr.
iloguu is iu the employ of the White
Star Hue of New ork.
j. ,1. Levey will hold a alo of sur
charged Piovisional Government
stamps nud choice old numerals at
his salesroom at noon to-morrow.
Here is a chance for stamp (lends.
To-morrow Using the first opening
day of spring and Mtinmer millinery,
sterling silver hat pins will bo given
away to those making purchaies in
the millinery department of N. S.
W. Knheltiekahi was sentenced to
two mouths' imprisonment nt hard
labor by Judge ItohcrtMiu this morn
ing, for the larceny of trinkets be.
longing to n .liqi lii iug near Smith's
There were five stowaways on the
S. S. Warritnoo, one of whom was a
vcutrilotiuiid. who, according to pas
sengers, was the life of (he ship on
the passatre from the Colonies.
were not allowed to laud here.
M. L. M. Plitukelt, manager of the
Misses Albu, received the sad news,
by cablegram in lo-da's mail, of
thu death of his father iu London.
Mr. Pluukett will haie the syni
patio "f " l",!,t f friends heie iu
Deputy Attorney-General Wilder
and others will leave on the steamer
Mikahala t'.is evening to attend Cir
cuit Court term at Kauai. Marshal
Hitchcock will go ly the same
st earner to investigate a serious strike
of plantation laborers.
Maitin Sachs, n millionaire mer
chant of San Francisco, died on Feb.
'J.'i at his viuciiird near St Helena.
He leaves a widow, two sous and
1 four daughters, also a brother living
In Honolulu and a sister iu New
Vork. Deceased wa. the first of his
name to come to California.
, The men of the I'. S. S. Philadel
phia are ptcpnring an ntliactho pro
gram for tlio benefit concert to ofii-
i cer Kaouli and the widow of officer
Kaiihane at the Opera llon-e ou the
evening of the 17th iiist. The entor-
1 taiinueiit by local people for the
same purpose will take place ou
Captain Nielsou of the barkentiue
W. 11. Diuioud was thrown to the
deck iu a storm ou his last tiip from
this port, and wa seriously injuied.
The doctois say that blood-poisoning
is imminent ami that only care
ful nursing will pull him through.
Caotaiii McDonald will take the Di
uioud uutii Captain Nielsou'n
ptaill McImiii n le
Ou the S. . Ooanic ar .1 W.
Thoiupxiii, Mi Ida M. Thompson,
. ( . Mom., Mis. H. C Moms, m. II.
Kaull'urinu, Cro-bv S Siy; Mr-.
C. S. No.M1, M's Mjrti No)es, a
parly Inun i aiiing'on ou tueir
uiy'io Yokohama. Mr. No- i
connected with the Washington
F.vciiing Mar and with his daughter
paid a usd to Honolulu short I) be
fore tlio Stuvuus revolution.
WITH LIES AND CANT
The Majority of the Senate
Committee Sustain Stevens,
! They Give Cleveland a Touch ot the
Whitewash Brush -The Minority
Denounce Stevens but Want
to Hold Fast What
Morgan, chairman of tho Sonata
Committee on Loreigu Itolattou, ou
Februnrv 20 presented the report of I
the investigations of that committee
made under a resolution requiring '
it to report "whether any, and if so,
what irregularities occurred tu the
diplomatic or other ititcrcotir-'o be
tween the United Status and Hawaii
in relation to the recent political
revolution in Hawaii."
The report is prepared by Morgan
and concurred in hy Fryo. Dolph
and Davi, Iiopuhlicau members of
the committee, who make also a sup
plemental report, liutler, Tttrpie,
Daniel and Gray, Democrats, submit
a minority report. These reports,
together with the ina-s of evidetico
taken by the committee, are very
Morgan's report contends that the
American Government, in dealing
with any form of government iu Ha
waii, can haio no lirenk iu its ooliev
corresponding to anv change in the
ollieeof President. lt is the same '
government throughout the period, j
The President, however, has the I
right to change his opinion nud !
policy, but il must bo regarded as a I
cliiuge ol mind iu tho same person.
The report declares against nion
arehisui iu the island, and says the
United Slates oercies "a moral
Kiixoraiuly over Hawaii, which is an
American state embraced in (he
American commercial and military
system." This relation entitled Ha
waii to the indulgent consideration,
if not active sympathy of the United
Slates, iu her endeavors to relcare
her people front the odious nuti-re-iiubiiean
regime which subordinated
Iter people to the suppo-l divine
right of a monarch "uhoe title to
sttcJi divinity (mounted in the moH
slavish couditi us of pagan bar
barity." Minister S'evens' order lauding
troops in Hawaii is approicd.on the
ground of danger to Ametieau eiti-
i ens and precedents in similar cn-cs
The report sajK the Queen's Goi
eminent had no power to prevent
(he lauding of troops from any
, iptarter. Neither had il the power
to conduct civil government. When
the Queen absolved horolf from her
oath to support tho constitution,
she committed ni act of abdication.
i "Furl hermore," says the report, "she
had been overthrown by the white
people of the islands before the
troops from the l!oton lauded. The
I Hawaiian monarchy had perished."
( In a country where there is no
power of law to protect the citi.ens
i of the United .State, Morgan's to
port says, "there can bono law of
i uid ions, nor any rule of comity that
can right fully preieul our Hag from
giiing shelter to them under the
protection of our aruix.
Llie report declares: "Hie pur
poo of .Minister Stevens and Cap
tain Wilti-o wa legitimate, nml that
thev acted iu good faith ami with
no Interest except that of protec
ting American citizen and preserv- .
ing order." I
Tlio report xpeak of the work of j
American ininiunries in bitildiuir ;
up tie con-til ut niiial government of
that country, and ay it entitle the
people of the United States to j
yiupathuo with and ail in icit- i
iug its destruction. The (.Jueeu'n
deiie lobaili-h or kill her opponent-,
Miou'd caue America not toiieitate
to support the tioieillllieut opposed
The report then ray that Pre-i- I
dent Cleii'laud, as noon a he learn
ed this dl-poMtion of tlio t,neeu, '
abauiloiied further cercio of at
tempts at reconciiiat ion, though, mi- '
fortunately, Willis, iu the lirliefthat
lie was following iut ruction, held
two or three iuteriiew with the1
ijucen thereafter. .
The report adds; "When a crown
falls in any kingdom of the Weteiu i
heiuihpheie it i pulverized, and '
when the scepter depart it departs I
forever. American opinion cannot
sustain any American ruler in the
attempt to restore thorn, no matter
how urinous and Miicoro the rea
sons may be that seem to justify
Steven.' recognition of the Provi
sional Government is jutified by
tlie leport, which says it wa his
duty at the safet possible period to
assist the teiiiituation of tim inter
regnum for tim safety of cUi.mdi, of
the United States. The declaration
of a piotectointe was oid for want
of power, and dinvoiied b Seere
Wiry Foster and rebuked by Seere
tai) (Ireshiim, who oidered the pro
tectmate abandoned and the Hag
hauled iluw u to pre-erie the national
honor of (he United State.
Annexation is dicuoil at length
and. althouidi not directly adio
- ..,.(,, d. i,i, uhole tenor of the leiioil
i iii favor of aiiueMiiioii. ll had
been fieipimiily and faionibly uieu
liinied ill diplomatic coi tepoudeiice
since the beginning of I he reign of
Blount i raid t have preeu:ed
"ll Mllll'OII', lllllUI'tlVl
at ii ol
t tint ihii itKitnii'il riintuol oiiuiou
nud f i'Iiiii: in II.ivmiii at tho linn1
i iiifuln it iP'xt to iiiiio!itil)ln lo olitfiin
In full, fair uiul freo iliolttrtitiou of
I fnolxi tliut tho oviilouco tnlioii !)
tho commit tee,under more favora
ble circumstances, established the
fact that tho revolution originated
with Liliuokalaui. who expected,
through opium and lottery bills, to
secure funds to carry out hor pur
Tho right of the President to
appoint Blount and delegate to him
paramount authority is upheld.
President Cleveland would not have
been justified iu using force to re
store tho Queen, and did not con
template such action; therefore his
tender of good offices for tho settle
ment of differences was strictly with
in his accepted right.
Siuco the Provisional Government
was formed to exist until annexation
was accomplished, and as the Queen
herself abdicated provisionally,
awaiting the decision of the United
States, tho Provisional Government
has no reason to complain that the
Presidont intervened to ascertain
whether it was practicable for tho
Quoen to bo restored to authority.
If the Provisional Goi eminent had
agreed to restoration the United
States would not have been in any
sense responsible for the restoration;
would not have ospoued monarchy
nor hao contravened American
sentiment or policy; thte,' would
merely have been mutual friends iu
"IW "" " question,
u im. eoiniinttcocoiicluil
I'rulo'itof the United St.i
the solution of the question. There
not in this particular in anv wise
been n party to any irregularity or
impropriety of conduct iu hi high
Thecotnmittco finds nothing worthy
of criticisim iu negotiating a treaty of
annexation with the Provisional
Government of Hawaii, as the Provi
sional Government is perfectly com
petent to make sii-Ii a treaty. The
committee finds the treaty not nego
tiated too hastili, as charged, be
cause both parties desiring it, a
speedy conclusion was desirable in
the interest of good government.
Moreover, the danger of the islands
falling into the hands of a European
power made prompt action neces
sary. Tho lopublicau members, iu their
V,""1 ur" ll
Momentary report, express ac-
io eeulinl fiiidiugs of
tho main report, but declare Hlotint's
appointment unconstitutional; the
(lacing of the naval force at Houo-
ulti under his orders illegal; tho
muling down of the American Hag
it Honolulu by Blount's orders mi-
warranted, because it created public
excitement and distrust; that the
L'rcsulent Had no authority to re
open the question of the legality of
the Provisional Government or at
leniiit to restore tin, tiiiinnrehv. and
that he could not act without the
joint consent or ootli partic.
The report of the Democratic
minority declares Stevens guilty of
"unbecoming participation" iu (ho
! events which led to the revolution,
1 but exonerates Captain Willsc.
Hut ler and Turpie submit brief
statements in favor of the annexa
tion of the islands.
The testimony taken by (he com
mittee is very lolumiiious, coieriui
over 7(H) pages and touching
points of the ..oiitr.A-ersy
Stei ens testified that his reasons
for declaring a protectorate wore
that both thu lapiiuce and Hritish
purposed doing mi.
liloiiut declared he had not the
slightest intimation from tho Presi
dent or anybody else until after his
return from Hawaii of the intention
to reinstate Liliuokalaui.
iir.c.ii.i. or WH.LIS ivvn:.
Iloutelle introduced a resolution
for (ho recall of Minister Willis.
He wants him superseded by an
other Minister, "who will not be
hampered by the lamentable inei
dents of the recent past."
A severe rheumatic pain iu the left
shoulder had troubled Mr. .1. II.
Loper, n well known druggist of l)cs
Moines, Iowa, for over six mouth.
At time the pain was so severe that
I he could not lift anything. With
all he could do ho could not get rid
of it until he applietl Chamberlain's
I Pain Halm. "1 only made three up-
I plications uf it," he avs, "and have
since been free from all pain." He
I now recommends it to persons shut-
j larlv ttfiliclcd. It is for sale by all
; dealers. Itensoii, Smit h K Co., agents
forthe Hawaiian Islands.
Japanese Carpenter and Cabinet Maker.
No. '.'.' Ill mieit Sinn r.
All kiinUuf 'nhliii-t MakhiK and Ituild
lux and Ki'palrini; done Iu lht-i'la inan
Iter and at eouiimiilrul rail". li"l tin
TO DE SOLD CHEAP.
I'lnALl'M.V IXOrilAIOlt A Nl
Two liroodtrh, iie.irlv ih'w. In-
into- I X I. bl'Oltl;.
"iii:ui:as my win: iiiilkva has
l ll iu licit and lioanl, 1 nlvn warn
Ill); ih il I will not li- resp usllile 'or ilelit
louir.u'ted lv her wttliout my vvrllieu eon
sent. 11. HAN'hKN.
Ivvllei, .Marih.'t, l!M. II7MW
Toru'i: is iiKui.nv tiivr.N that i
I'artuer iu m .IoIiIiIiik Willi
and Sip.ru IIii-Iim' , ami iu (utiire the
laiiiii'. will he carried en undir the name
and "i.vli of ''i'' l iimiMi WlM Co," at
PiT I'ori tiei't, Melniruy llloek.
I. II. )-'L.
lloiio'uiii il, i , mi. i, is'it n;.t iw
AT THK CLUB STABLES !
fourth Hunt, 2:15.
ftln , I'roiui ler, .', ini. h IIIiim llull,7', Omii. O ii' i , l llinvaiu i r. !,'l '. I'r mpler
I ,il-o tim ue of pi ,'.';.'o: l'rauit .' .'i'4, Wail.ii..'."'1 Nnli-. .'. T',, hi'n
.' .'! in it of the Imiii- llrilliauliue, '.' 17 a il Vlwor .. "i ntoi t ' l Jul hmek, inn
hind while out and a -mall ftrlpe III lure. Weelit l.iui pound-, l i r llili. i n
tie, a uood pi.hIi.i .., nml a tntuic raee hor-e. Wdl laud nr a liiuiied ii'iiula r of mare
ai lll'IY u in Dlll.LAItn loll Till. MUMh, pi.valile at lime ( erlee. I'liU
liortu wa tired In l'C lo (orty-xlx iiiiirin and prixliieed (orty-lwo i'olt
AN AaUATIO OEM.
Imported by Its Maker, a Fatuous
Boat-builder of Oregon.
It is safe to say that nothing iu
t ho shape of a boat has over been seen
in Honolulu, which iu beauty and
grace comos up to a lady's pleasure
skifT brought to Honolulu by the
barkentiue S. N. Catlo. This splen
did littlo craft tiny be seen iu a shed
behind the King-street houe, where
its maker and owner is striving. It
was constructed by William Ingate
Mall at Portland, Oregon, where he
has been building boats on his own
account for fourteen years, besides
having worked n'ne ears for the
United States Government.
'Unique" i the name giien the
boat, and it is unique in eieral
points. It is 20 feet long, three feet
wide anil 1!( inches deep. The bodi
is of the best Oregon spruce, with
the top streak of dappled maple.
In the upper works and finish there
outer Spanish cedar, dappled maple
and black walnut. Fore and aft
there is lattice work of dappled
maple nud black walnut crossed. To
either sido of the rower's concave
seat is artistic inlaid work of varie
ties of Paiifie Coat woods. An
endless amount of caned and inlaid
work is expended ou the back and
front boards and transom. The
name appears on the back board in
gold and crimson, surmounted by n
shield bearing the Uuited Slate
Hag, and having below it a sunset on
the water nicely painted. Stars
carved iu and inlaid, in variegated
colors, are sot at convenient places.
There are plush cushions for tho
passenger, and the steering gear is
elegant. The skin" is lilted with
outriggers and an improved style of
rowlocks, the latter made to engage
a shield on the oars so a to prevent
them slipping overboard. There is
a place for a flagstaff ctoe to the
transom, and the statf with a small
American Hag is provided.
With all the decorative work on it,
the boat lacks nothing iu stability
or .strength of const met ion. ll i
clinker built with the frames built
iu, having no steamed work about
them. Mr. Ball received a gold
medal with massive chain attached
tit the Mechanics' Fair, Portland, iu
President Hayes' term, for another
splendid boat, tho "Fairy Queen."
The President could hardly be per-,
nuadod that the boat was built in
Oregon, and althouuh he was hur
ried iu his visit he requested to have
tho builder introduce I to him.
The "Unique" is iu itself a lino ex
hibit of Oregon material and manu
facture wherever it may go. but it is
to bo hoped it will never leave thi
island. Mr. Hall is here to stay, ou
account of his health, if lie can find
any opening for his industry ami
The S. S. Oceanic, W. M. Smith
commander, arrived at 7 o'clock thin
morning with news up to Feb. :27th,
ou which date she left San Fran
cisco. The Oceanic will leave again
at U:'M) o'clock this evening She
had but little freight for ths port.
Ur. Jiavtd St. Jordan
ot Cilmeitnn, N. Y.
Colorloss, Emaciatod, Holploss
A Complete Our bv BOOD'B
This Is from Mr. D M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected cltiicns of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen yrars seo I hiul nn Miwlt of tho
CraTol,aa liavo ilute botu troublea with my
Llvor and Kldnoys
cmluMly Brnwlnc werio. Tlirr jrars p I
gut down SO low that I could srnrcelr wllu
I looked more llko n rorio limn a lliln g lielnt.
I Irul no npiimltn ftuJ tr nyc u I. i
Maililna but ururl.
I hm li.vity cmvlatoil
nml lind no mine enter Hi in '
n.,ia uifini.niiMi . rrniiiiiiiiilril and I
Ihoiulit l'wn'wul try It. Ucforo I lm.l nnlthed
ttis ftrnt boltlo I initl.ml tint I (oil li Iter, suf
fcrrd lev tlio iuCnmmntloa of the blaa
drr Imd nlnlili'il. tlio nilnr ih'ii-n to return to
my fice. ami 1 br unn io feci "'' '
1 hail taken linen tiottl- 1 cotild cut amlliliiil
wttliout ImrtinK me. , Why. I But . huiiKry
that 1 had to eat fi tlmcj dy. I ham now
fully rccoTtreil, tlianl to
fret well unil niu wrll. All who know
tat marvel to hcuhihuomoII." 1. m. Johuaw.
wilit dlgMllon, cnr liich ua lUloutOM.
IIOIIUO.N, NKWM.VN Si CO..
AKenth (or llav.aiian Ii-I'iuds
DK. c. w. mooui:,
I nn Van Nef Ave., H. I' , i'iiI.
Elegant Apartmnnts for Paiionta.
Kl H fllll ITV IS NUlVol k MHI".
tW Pr. .Moore oiler Invalid" all I lie
eouitort uf lioine, with eon ant and niie
fill tleatiueiil Itefern to II. It. .Mai'farlane.
.( kind nj CiiMMi'rcial Vinii'ii,
promptly rwut'it nt lon ri nt tin
l). II. DAVIS.
7th, 8th and
3ST. S. S
oao Fori Street, Honolulu.
Ladies are Cordially
TSL. s. r
513 Uobiusnii Block, Hotel Street.
A I.AIt'lK .IHNilltTMCNI' OK
I IV 1 1 l'
JMI)1 1)00 L' I iI'MUft
fj (I IKIIH'Ou Ullll VI (I 11
IN CVKNINO SIIAPKS
Wool Dress (iooil,
i Cheeked Fliinelt'ttes.
j Silk Cnipe,
Slut wis, Kte
B. F. EHLBRS Sc GO.
BOO ai 1511
National Cane Shredder
I'A IKNTCU l V)i:it rilK I.AWMIK NIK HAWAIIAN ISLAND-,.
.. :.P OHteitaS2S
, piik r.i)i:isi(iNi:i) havk iii:kn AiTiiixrKnuoi.K auknth fik
llii'M- Sllin-.niihlih uiul nrc iiiivv iri'i.iri il to receive oulerr.
Tin nui.it .nlvanl.ii . to he ileiiveil from the uo u( the National Cask
' MiliKiitihii .ire llioroiilily t.t.tlihi.lifil nml iiekunwluluiil hy IMunti-rr
t ijeiii rally.
I llio l.ir'e nniiiliir il I'lint.-ri. iimuii tluni in the United
Vrp'iitiut- Kiililio, I'eru, AuhImUu and nNehirt', hear
Iliu lli'if l In .SiiiikiiI'I.u very luii;ily .iiiHIili'iith the illantity nf t'lilio
t Mm mill van Krni'l (;, i,, f,o ,), hUu tim cxtiiii'iniii of juiui- (,r) to 12;;).
t ll i .i ureal . ih Kuunl, iiiakini: kimwu nt onei' the iri'Miueo uf any
i luui'i- nf iron, inke frmu fur-, or iiiiyiliuii: lu-li niild ! Imltlu tu iUnm;ii
, ihe null, anil .ilhiwitiu' ainpli tum- to ii'iuow miui hoforo ihituanini; tin- mill.
I Tim Miiiuiuir.ii i m ry ironl ui.nh , ami from the lu.iutiir of itn hhiu-
Hon It eill o lean, thi'-e u K ol vvooil o to Wllhoul oflidi hlOiiklllK I 111'
I Siiiii:iiikii ; uiul if any hiui; hreak-, it u Himply Minn- of the kuii or cutlcrf,
lueh e.in In i.iiekl mul ei in neully u-lai' il. Till) HllUKIUiKU, Hi. Iti.
iiiiini iiulii'iiti, n-ari- tin- .vine into MuciU nf v.irvuii; lunntln-, ii-ili-i-tly open-
iiii: it mul .illovvinu the mill to thiioui:lil piei-h out the jiiu-, willuillt ie
I'piuniK ih,- immiii.e evir.i povvir iieiih-ury to urind or i-nuli the whole
eille. 'Illi- Mll..tili "plfinlr tllfrlirvtllli-il uunit iiiiiruiiiily mul nvenlv to
'In mill inlU, mul iloiMivvui uiih the iu-t-i-iiy of preiulinj; tin Iuiuum-V liv
I iiaiiu in iw.-. ii in e nun., win u- pp iihIiiil; ih in iim-. Nu crciilt-r amount of
'" I'-'fivi i- n-ipiin-il in opi-inti- the SiuiKiuu.it limn tli.it iiluoli wa
I -ulli it-m inr tin mill, for ih. ,il..,e u-.inuih We furun-h full wnrkuii;
Iriiuiuc for tin niM.ill.iiioii of our SniiKiiiiKlif. I'u.ililiui; unj i-nuipi lunl on-
Uiiu-er i. i.iu-i-1 ri-lully ilixl.ill mul Kin t iliuui.
Iu onhrini; Sniii:iui.it u.un u, pleiiM- m-iiiI miihII fki-tih. Iiumih: tin
ham. lit ami wulili ..( ill. mill mtU wiih whnh Mtiihitiih" i to he viiniu-eieil,
, aim tin mii- iliu l riplil oi led ll mil in- ou f.iec I' .lehveiy ride l'f the,
null), ii winch tin null iiiKiue i ha. Hid, ,iIm. tin luijjlit from lloni line
1 io i cm. i ,,i imiii null i. ,11 i ,(1, ami ilii-iam-i' i imr tin li.ift to front nml
"l I" d l'l-'i' Thi-M- Miiiiiun.il an- now In mi; iiMiihy the llllo Siikim Cu.
mil lluwi .Mill, Koh.ila, ulinri- lluy mi himiii; itnat b.in'i.(.u'tHiii.
gJtT hirim and furthei p.irtivul.iii- may he had hy iipplyinii I"
Invited to Attend.
I hnve been instructed ly
Mit.'I.M. i:Sa kSu.va, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Iap
anksi: Ba.aaii, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of JAI'
A NHS 10 !00S.
8 A big assortment of
.1 A 1 A X ESE PA V E K N' AP
KINS will be sold l.KSS THAN
Block, Bottl Strait.
G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
Mi lfrafi fvr ln ifuuuiiuii ifon.fi,