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fliir Unnnhitu 1,Utr,
I mi ti'.l ft mr-mltfr of i'ie V. M I . A. any
iiioh- Hun I nm nf tlie fjliainplofi titst lull
torlal roM l r I'ort Irr.t "'. ? ' w '"1ny '1,i in n.- ww,
nihufli"r n I Arfrllir will jiIms, Wrsi, r liiion, .iti'I as its pA nrk h on' thai many
PitMlemlnn nfftto It i 1 Mrrrhant trfi I'.it.
TII03 O rilMUM, I'ublhwr nil l'fj)Hlor.
All mattrr fr th Slnf'l I'rtat should be
.ltii-l lo tlio " SVTUnOAV I'Hi.Sn."
tollri olarir arnt of lntrt tfipiilnu on
Hin otluf llinl will itloayl tia thunlifiilljr let "If r l
for publication. Cnrrc Ipun.lmtl at rritd to
apjini'l llulc Irni' rim to nil eo-nrmtnlcatkiRS,
not fur jiulilkalloit ntetniarlly, but as a gusrsnlM
that thf wrltar l attliirt In Rood Will.
(ViMifrlMi-if 'rv of III Werh,
WurJir, Aucn't iblh Mr f S Mason,
(li V.M.C.A. I'cm-nl secretary, oinductnl Ihr
(;(HwI iciiiriuii.e incilln,! nt iJi-thrl vestry,
-I)?iveV linn, Imperial Miriunclirs gave
matinee at Music Hall In lilt- aftrriiiitiniri a fair
audience) very lew were present in the eimlng.
-Tin Klnau arrived bringing new iliai Quern
Kmma was Mill lying In a erlllcil i-nntlillun at
K11I11I.1. 'I he Menni roller went lit wurlf tills
mornlnj on Nituanu street neir llerennh.
The '(Miner Kllauen llmilalil up fur rejnirl.
The I.lkcllka fiis tiVcn her plice. -I'ollre
Court business was Hr1i( this niomlnK t only
three iHrl for drunkenness, A mtlve mm
cil Keikiku while rlilinR bIoir the Kclnwlkl
iruil was dim sn from hit linrsc anil Instantly
Milled, lie fell upon hi' Inck on a Ixwldcr
near (he rosdside breaking hi' spine.
.S'ltnir, Aiigmt 'The I.lkclikc arrived nt
lo A, H., bringing Queer! Ijnnn, who lay In a
:m.cni'cloiu Male on a covereil Utter, Kev.
Mr. Ousel prcachcil two forcllilc and In'plrini;
ilicoune' at the ll.'lhcl. Ml' morning subject
wii What do we know almut Grid ? (lev.
George Wallace preached tl St. Andrew' pro
Cathedral In the ctcnlnr;. l'raycr' were offer
ed In the various churches for the recovery of
theMrickcncuccn. At Tort-Street Church scr
lcc were conducted morning and evening hy
the Rev. A. O. I'tiroc Ucv. Mr. Klchtcr,
preached a serpnn In German at the V. M. C.
A. Hall In the morning. Go'pcl prahc er
vlcc wa'hcld In the V. M. C. A. Hall at 0 r.
. Kev. Mr. Oggcl led the meeting, whWi wa'
largely altcndeil, and upoke on the 'ulijtct No
Other Name. II, II. M. Corvrtle, Corntanrc,
urilved outjide the harW at ( v. M., i6)4
di) from San I'nurl'co. She brought news
that II. II. M. S. Heroine, which wa' suppos
ed to In- lott, and for which the Comtancc had
uegun icarch, hid arrived at Callao 8j day
from Vancouver. The fence of Mr'. Everett
on Union Street near the hell tower caught lire
but wa extinguished before much dimige w,n
Mmilny, August iSlh: Thccarriageof Minis
ter NenminnviA' run intobyariexprconKing
street. Agnes, the daughter of the Attorney
General was thrown out, but v.t not seriously
hurt. The horse succeeded in wrecking the so
hide agiinU a telephone post omc distance
from the scene of the accident. The condition
of Queen Emma wis somewhat improved to
ward evening, and it was reported tint she
was out ofdangtr. Three lepers Here cxanv
mo! by the receiving station and grant
ed to month's leave before anothir cxamina
tloii. 'I he Hoard of Directors of the V, M. C
A. held a meeting to consider proposition for
presentation nt the next regular business meet
ing. Mrs. Thomas Nathaniel, daughter of the
Kev. Mr. Naliinu, a Micronesian missionary,
died to-da); she was 25 vcarsof age and leases
i husband and small child.
Tutidiiy, August XQlh : The Honolulu Hi
des held their ivecklydiill with a good turnout;
several new members will be balloted for at
next monthly meeting, The company is in a
most prosperous condition. A reward of $100
for Chun Look, escaped from the prison gang;
look him up boys The steamer C. K. Dishop
brought in a chinaman charged with opium
smoking. Mis. Amoi, .1 Chinese woman
lately discharged, was recommitted by Doctor
Carpenter to the insane asylum. She threaten
ed to burn her own house. A resolution to
hold night sessions on and the 20th Inst, until
the close of the Legislature 'passed the house.
The native boy named I'iki who carlessly
shot another boy mined Kaanana on Tuesday
the )2th Inst.) was sentenced to piy a fine of
$12.20, and be Imprisoned twelve days at hard
labor. The funeral of Mrs. Thomas Nathan
lei was largely attended this afternoon. If the
police or newspapers lo not Interfere, some of
our reckless hackmen will manage to kill
somebody. Last night an old woman who
could not get out of the way was knocked
down at the corner of Queen and l'oit streets,
and seriously Injured.
are lucres) In, I frcltlmt If a poTtlon of ihl
letter I devoted to netting lt vvnrk and nrw
pt before the ibllr, It will ! I mt a filling
Irilmti tn those amongst us who hold that the
"coin and wine" of life are to be frnirwl in
everyday gindrici and moral rteltude
'I he V, M, C A. work wis United In the
rlly of I.ondon, In the )r lSl, by Mr.
Genrgr Williams, cleiti In 1 hrgc mercan
tile house. To HIilMrale how grrlt move
ments oftlinics grow from the imallovt liegm
nlngs It I' sufficient (o My tint although the
lint meeting of ihc association was held In Mr.
William's bed room, the movement now num
hers 1,rrjo associations in every pari of the
world, which employ about .too general secre
tailtt. I had the pleisure a few days ago of meet
ing Mr. Mason the new secretary of the
Honolulu Assoclitlon and was w much
nleriaeil with his carneslneM and inthuslum
for his work tint I Immediately akcd him to
furnish me with a few notes on lii prut work
In America and on the scope o( his future
work here. T his he very kindly did, and ert
I left him I was fully convinced tint hr Is ft
gentleman peculiarly fitted by nature and
mental development lo make the Honolulu
Association a grand 'uccess.
The V ,M. L. A. wmk has In generil been
of a fourfold nature, I, e physical, social,
educational, and spiritual. Mr. Mnson repre-
'cuts the International Committee' work,
and believes that every association's work
should lie distinctively work for joug men.
Ilefore ht removal toGlouccstcr, Mass., abotil 2
years ago, Mr. Mason had been an active
member of the lloston Y. M, C. A. When
he commenced work in the Gloucester associa
tion there were only 13 In dally
attendance; when he left there for Honolulu
there was an attendance ofbetween 80 and 120.
The gospel praise service, upon which great
reliance for good is lo 1 placed, was so hrgc-
ly attended in Gloucester under the direction
of Mr, Mason that people wcic turned away
from the house ; this service, as has already
been seen, is to be made one of the principal
features of the work here, and the secretary
trust' that Ihc whole energies and activi
ties of the association will be put
forth in thee meetings.
lirttffftnrt Itnntjr fit ttlrrif' l1ttnt,
l.iili'iRtAil Rhsv I'ar. Sir Aftmlonjr,
drlsy, owing fi !h" arerHrnj al Wrong's
M-uhI of the Mofnlrni tar, I feel very U rtn
nut. In coming into poswslrm at last "f
most Impmlatii record 'if faci, which I hasten
lo iflblih In the form of an eviaci from the
JwirrHl of MFi Calheait, the yoswg Inly mr
nlmnry llrlrn at "itrong'i Islaml with Her.
Dr. and Mrs. 1'tmnt, and well known In
I lonoltitii. It is a follows .
Sent. 8tti.--Vmtrrilav there was a ni
irullar apimrance to iIms sun. T he sky w 1
aorrwssltai elomly, Imt not m to ohacsiie Ihr N'i
tun, whttli was 01 a silver lime ewnr, arm nm 1
litlght lint what we could look at It wllhewr 1
any troulile. ( lie tnaiiow was Ihc same as in
Orrnlr),! Ilrmflll nt Jtir
7. tlrrnlrtl llrmrriu "f lt,r (nrlrfilli
lYnlurt) fir II" I tirnf Ihnt mntl (-
lrrilntr llntrtilii llllt fr'titiit'tti.
One Imtite nl WII -rln Is pnniiHe'd t-
prwltnr thi rrqnlrejl ipiantiiy if cheek In j
ward off lli attacks of nf ttwt ' ! bratw 1 , r w ahIumm
M'.fti' II , S'lgsrt ). rl t
Tli imMiM tranmnti iV irV lm- tv
iiltn ' r n "hvrMn mlwr trr l)y hi. w- I
. R mht 1,1 h ltd, rfmfitt Kt 1 osvtMMff So Mfltr
j so-- f.-r ,tssoT' MM fiw, it w lh mtfp ip M
I, M r. .1. M"llnp
A hug wl ocriil nteHhsg of Ike mefn
hr ( 'h a've oriaiiirti was hrM
ih systrtn when all othf rpnwlirs fail, srtd
enables llw iner to stand off lit collector
without the Iran nervousness. Millions of
ttttlmonlals efmld lte farnWieil protfrug III ex
tranrdimry powers. ,
I'repa'e'l only liy th iiill-ettrra Company,
Illi.l.-rm.vr. CnirAH?.-(?titlt4mtii We
There was no bright stinaWne all ,,e , !,) ,, l4tlmsny to th large lists
. of those who ha hwn hentfltteil try T"
Although the Journal contains no further imrvelows remoly.
record on the stibjcri nor any mention of the , six months ago my brother ami nye!f com
red glows which must Imre followed, It Is ao 1 ,n0icel using liill-stlne with the most acmrw
precise as to dale nm as to the phenomenon ng lnHis. One bottle enabled Ms to "put It
oliseivol as to lie of the greileM value In con- on the ere" of the merchants of this town to
tinning the history of the rquatorial smoke 1 (nt r,cnt of several thousand dollars while
stream from Krakatoi lieyond Honolulu and one doren bottles hive brottght us Into Innk
lannlngs Island, to which It had been cn- ruptey (with al'tut ten thousand dollars in our
tlnuously traced on lis long route via the , pocket,) n ihe most licautlful manner. We
Seychelles, Cape Coast Castle, Tilnldad and Mtn(-cmore It as is sure specific against IIhJ-h alm , Dry Kip, iM i;e j lf Ulf,
I'ananM. It was olncrveil l.y the bark Mtulh- honesiv and all similar enmitla ni.
rtrh' a( irmr hall on Hotel Hrel. There
wore alrml ICnmtnbrrs ntt!.n. After lh
Iwslrcw medlnK which was rWM le(o was
over, the rliire avls-mmo! lo trte lrg op
per hall. After prayer by th Il. Mr. Og'
gel, Mr. I'. C. Jowd Jr mde I'tfK
sstrloel ami charaettrsttk remarks, Intro
iltKhtg to I be acMnce the new secretary, Mr.
C. S. Mason, who, in a Heeh of to ttHtme,
gave a rl anil earnest fstrrtiim nt the
ptan of wmk tob M1owel tn llimorsilii.
Dsriew Ms remarks .Mr. Mason ssM thai the
V M. C. A. work hid bttn Jsssily calW
the grt ntovemtm of the foth eentery. At ,
the eknt of the letreorr's speth Mr. P. C. '
Jones Jr. afpiln came forward and tifto) brtt-'
Kicit-llaiiM h rport'4 a4nf4 la ihe fiMma hstmofosis hot eatneat immmi 10
JoM,i.ltiMfclHj'rMlilih)sBfent. The rewli was that the tot.li
.i 0.1, fr 1-om.h o, - -, .m, wilmwB wt,fhW l, lrw year's work
HMtHSl IBKI"S rWrt'S 10n Iftoalt loss IWS thn
wk as Ksn u nrmi tot oV antrals of lU
IMsttli UstrttH ConstoK nl ttaaiii. 1 AUmssa tm
tin( 1 t Kits I Has PrMKisaa Is Ita f
ptlH Mt laoV evr M mf
t shMd at Mtr 4 im.
TV Abwri Mi, In ih wmtt srt4 twjo of
CMtlnwrcJuaotss, itmihwc kjiIk ln ,, no
I, ihs MMowr pnwimr Art hj nwr as Ujs rl
Un)ipfce. brloits n,)e)ss lo ! rstk iml .
from wttteh ira glti Ins foflowtnii i
MotSMU-IUiraHtfl kOOWtrtHlJ (I If:
ftMry tfnp ranass m n S foKc ) gstsssi. m-
OtrUll v 4 Of prV4S.
PACIPIC MAIL 3THAMSIIIP COMPATIT.
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COI, SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND,
TJOLL.ISTER Be CO.,
On or nbont
"wLJZmlHm ttsMMM fr t !nvrle.l to f2,2to, leavirnj only Jmw.' J'JJT "7 sts'SsSsVlr'"
iVmi ; ptitts rants fiw. 10 to t je for KoonVrn, mji;le " in IB lotare. JO KHWwrog rs me
10 jiefor .','oruVrn rs. 1 Ikt of those sabsciltrlng In amostnU ofiloanrt ,
iiiimors.MJMiw.fp.riiirrornriiUpwarii, Mr. P. C. Jonw.Jf. Slr; J. .
:,r...r""." r0"' '?.." TV. vmiAtherlon.$JWir. T. Waterhossv. Jr., W.
im, in n ,7c , co.11 on. in iw, mm irgrMn ... .... .,
aril Hiirlbiirt some J,ccj mites L. S. E. ol
Honolulu on September Jrd, at I'ftnnlng'ii '
Island on September 4th, and at Honolulu in
conspicuous brilliancy 011 the evening of the
5th. Mr. I'rank Atwater, landing at Maalaea, '
Maul, on the morning of the 5th, oltserveil r '
wonderful red glow, and marvelled mud 1
(having just arrived If such were Ihe sunrises
Salt ltiver, Aupntt 18, 188).
The above l nne of many thousand lesll
ncnlals carefully filed away In our waste
bjsket. We take pleasure In adding some
hing to the current knowledge of this valuable
nnltcfno. it fi tirenirefl and Is about to Ik
In these Islands. The same morning lasscngers pllcm., jy a caU,uggist for us-; l.y many
on the Zealand.a steaming southwards toward. ; Mtem w,()) w()(lm falu(e ,0 M,c ,,,),,
inc line were owancncii uy Dine sunngn- , ,. ... ,., ,.r, li h been
W. Hall, C. R. ilfsW, II. May, H. I.
v tf , S.hrrt mrfi, otrr jj9, ,oK ' ru s Ullthighrn, Mrs. Kiee, J. r. sterhoae
Sirns tn-lOwt, m4h,m, r 10 7He , liM, do , Mr., $U cahf T. K. Walker arcj Tbos.
Nalie4Klp, t$iylii;fW.Ht.h, ,K , Sows. May, J02. JO each) Res. Mr. Merrill, $i;
Sklos, 10 y srr-eMh for SHrarHnt, yib'ys: for ofcrt, , ,, n ... ... .,,.., n r
6, tf ,y. foo, ,rf o (, ,r.)o hr to, ., '" Mc CJ. "'. P- f- J .
al.ooliMiw.nosiSHns, r for t4 print $40eacti; A. M. Dow, P.J. Lowerle, A. C.
3 s tm mr.lijm and to J o-. lm smsll. M1 p-, Alexamler, A. V Cooke, Mrs. A. I'. Cooke,
mirUouMtotsHo,sr..Jribbtiiios!! ik , Mr. i'asstneer. Dr. C. M. Hrdr, Mrs. J. 11.
rAixo-A.tltlJoipW,mcn(,rrt ,,,,1, c,,, Mr. Cwier, W, A. Kinney, E. ,
White, Mrs. C. M. CwAe, R. W. I'odmore, '
Cnt tm iriinMs R-T trntsnos nt" Ve uarstt, .
If sf thttf, to il Vs-srsf mtWws.i tr is
F fi'laSt u piM, rT
11 MAcr.rr.i.ti & Co., A. I
;,vrf;: mr Arrr.yTHix or mm
H ptnVolw, lo iMr ti J
, s f
I Vd iii3rtova cf
i itVsnnoiUvH rnnruMKiir,
ft IWWI. TftiS IO vAlL
vti. A8 e4M ifuiof.
Gfvu rtty U rAttn rtjis
rl prfrrs. htm
rem ttv rRAScisco
V. lllir.ll r.ll . t.D If MAT, Agtnl:
MrrcfctadM ,tcst Sitonzs Tny " MtWsl eaOi
iAmvh mdo vt Mpirtt St lilts we.
streaming Into their berth'. Mr. I'. L. Clarki
has supplied a reiort somewhat imperfect as ti
date of an obscured and coppery sun seen a
the Gilliert Islands on or about Septemlier 71I1
This would be September Oth in our reckon.
Ing, the Gilbert Islands being west of tin
meridian of 1S0.
I luggcstcd by Ihe wonderful success of two
I merlcaii remedies Zoajax "Ihc only spc.
. -ific for fear of lightning ever formulated for
ihe benefit of sufferers from thi' pecuthr
' mlady"; and Intcllcctinc, "Ihc most valuable
, ncdlcinc ever patented, for guaranteeing
' rilliancy of expression, originality of ideas
Now we have Ihe very precise dale given b) 1 ln, yj,,,,, an, power of reasoning." The
Miss Cathcart, of September 7th (6th) at prcM j, nol "( ihc hibit of noticing uerit
Strong's Mind, or just one day later than nl j medicines, except in its advertising col-
Honolulu, and Ihiity.six hours later than tin umru( but the writer's acquaintance with
laic afternoon coppery and lurid obscuralior ,iVefal citlzem who arc afflicted with the
seen at Tanning's Island. Strong's Island I various ailments far which bill-erine is a speci
Uloz i)'j-xt. nty.',( ;c, oJ rtfmtd tj lo IKe
Svlsr Tb nuttict nuotalkpns fat rtfinvd Mtlili
liavs tvAchrzii for two months, nor do lbs prtf nt j
frdiejlLofiscnr lh prosiest of anyimmrdUts Imprors.
men! A tale Orrfon papsr hat lh folloiiig wurlHnt
innoMtPjo sf tujir if firiinj by tltcirictty, whieh nuj
nect 1 s not a little 1
" Suaar is blisly 10 bo thsiptr bsrtafuf four ter.lt
wnd chraprr. it It wldont that thli cmraon aril
clofif foot! fumbhes a real lire, aloiMt itartHn item,
but an Oijonlan reporter stumbled en iwh a no 00
tliit wldett in ibo f ). K. li S. 1uilJin j hsr lo ro
tlemen -n tbowinic MinrJts of tou lately teccired
trim New York. ')V taniplts ranjed front AAA
brown to XXX cruvhed. and were certainlv the hnert
pemmens eer seen heie. Said one of the geritlemen,
"Ifcey ate atolutely pure. Any analrtii will prore is.
Thlift'j(trU refined by electricity, undtr an invention
by l'rufc,v.r Kr,nd, a Krench sciem '.U Under thti pro
cese trtry particle of saccharine mailer it lamed into
u jar and not an ounce wad. This it not rrawible with
I20 each) lUr. Mr. Ogeel, T. S. South-;
wick and Captain W, G. Goodman $10 each, j
There were numerous other subscriptions in
amounts of $1 up lo J5. During the meet-!
Ing a propotition was rnide Its establish a tm j
eent lunch in the hall for members of lite I
association, which will receive further eon-j
sideralion. Ilefore adjournment, Ker. Mr. j
Oggcl made a forcible speech on the Y. M. C. j
iV, work In Chicago
IME TABLE OF STEAMERS
INTER-ISLAND 8TEAM NAVIOA.
IUtks , Coovnaadrr
HV) nil rezsUrry t- KOMA aad KAU,
Leaves llsnotnln at 1 P. U.:
Thf .Veir l.lhmrtt.
There wilt be a house warning at the new
library building on Ihe corner of Hotel and
Atakea streets next Monday evening. TI e
building is now finished and presents an at
tractive appearance. The approach is by a
porch of Ihe Cornilhiari order of architecture.
The front entrance is & feet wide and opeitsj
FnUv. . .
RetorrdaK, TcKtchtne at Maxiea
AniKsI S I Friday.. .
" 15 I Taevtiy
I Callalold Tniass,
(aR . lad MyU)
uA lie tartia sod noes copttu lJs f
rvf sirf4 la t&U KSrcm
wa snr.u ytr.iiiTr.nnASKAK nrosoK
dttj from Fwtvf, ttt (nm
K-1 m din. AtfAt Um
WiintsJay, August The legislature
held its first night session. Two more lepers
were at the rectiving station to-day ; both
wcrc men, and were sent to the Hranch Hospi
tal. Her Majesty Queen Emma improved
throughout the day. Dr. McKibbm thinks
the s)mptoms fav orable. The dredge has
competed its work for the Honolulu Yacht
ahd Boat Club House. The king reautwlntctl
His Ex. Djuilnis, Governor of Oahu, and
Hon. C. F. Hart, Circuit Judge for Hawaii.
A number of prominent Catholics waited on
the Uishup of Olbi. The occasion was the
anniversary of his lordship's patron, St. Iter
nard services were nUo held in Calheilral.
After the consecration of the host Father
Leonor gave a fine solo. The resolution au.
thoritlng appropriations in aid of ihe various
military companies fajlcd to pass the House.
7huriay,AuguttJtst Chief Justice Judd
nd' paily left WAiahole for Kiliuwaa.
V.case against -I'rincess' iVnuikaJani to re.
cover a sum of money lor an oil punting w as
continued in the civil court for one week.
Queen Em)"''' condition Is still improving.
The king vetoed the Chinese lull.--Major
Wodehouse and Captain Doughty ol II, M. S.
Constance visited the assembly. An item of
$12,000 was nppioptiated for the volunlcei
companies. It Is slated that the Honolulu
Rides will cedes c $5,0110 of this amount.
FriJiiy, Auguit jji.' The AUmeda anived
ihls 10130 A. st,, 6 Oa)i, 17 houis from Sm
Franciico Mr. Charles Dexter, Ule of the
Hawaiian Hotel chowder force, came dovv n on
the Alameda. 1 he house increased Ihc sal
aticaofthoimcrpretcram secretary $2 per day.
AChlnamai) was arrested atthccomcrofKiug
sticet and Waikikl road for opium smoking.
Gov. Dominis was appointed by the house to
inform the king that tli. assembly would be
ready for prjiiogalion Tuesday nest. A
drunken native was taken lo the station house
or creating a disturbance on Kaahununu
tueet, The Queen is improving
rive following programme will be performed
hy the band at Emma. Square this I'.vi 1
Ovtnurt Sttuitls toe Fortune. ,.. ,.,.Suji
ltlon I'AIiiinA... ,.,....., )knutiti
Wlu V MaUl of Keul, (new). ............ .Luwtkun
Stinufl llelie, (new)..,,,,.,.,., ,Uumenthal
Galop CaiHko,(m) , ..............Uumer
Mr. Mason thoroughly believes in the physi
cal tlepirtincnt of ihc association's work, . e
In a first-class g)innaslum, which under the
right pcrsonas superintendent would bccomcpcr.
manenlly useful as an auxiliary lo the religious
meetings of the association. He believes that
in the Social department of the work some
thing should be going on all the time ; that
attractions of some kind should beheld every
evening in the wick ; and that fathers,
mothers, brolhcrs, sisters, and friends who
have the ultimate good of those endeared by
love or by the ties which bind the hearts of
humanity in common brotherhood, should
lend their aid and encouragement to the gen
eral secretary in procuring this end.
The associations educational work will
be in furnishing free classes lo all mem
bers of the Honolulu V. M. C. A. These
will embrace 'classes in English, Hawaiian,
writing and mathematics. The association
already has a book-keeping'cliss under Mr.
V. C. (o ncsjr., and a singing class is now
being organized under the direction of Pro
fessor Yarndlc) ; others will follow as soon as
arrangements can be made lo provide suitable
It is the inlcntion of Mr. Mason lo so organ
ize the religious wurk of the association thai a
large portion of il will be individual, personal,
hand-to-hand work that which the public
eje sees not. To Illustrate how wide a Scld
is ooen for thus kind of work, Mr. Mason tells
mc thit during the past year in Massachusetts
134 joung men were thus led into the churches.
One of the principal features in the Hono
lulu work will lie the worker's training Class.
The Secretary has known associations to
sufier much from a lack of diligent workers;
many young men hold themselves aloof from
active work from a feeling that the proper
fitness and qualifications on their part are
lacking. The pressing necJ of the hour is
for )oung men thoroughly trained to do the
Master's work wisely and well, and Mr.
Mason asks the co-operation of all the mem
liers of this class. While the general object
of the Y. M. C. A. is the dcvelopement of
the chtlstianlife of young men, yet it has a
definite one to keep young men from falling)
and il in no way usurps the place of other
organizations whose end and purpose is the
raising of the eriing and fallen.
There is no doubt in the hearts of us who
live almost entirely in the world and are of it,
but that there is much work for the associa
tion to do nv this city of Honolulu, where the
mask of-dtssin-Hilation covers.so lightly many
a jounc face In the carnival of sin.
Mr. Mason holds that as our boys of to-day
arc the oung men of tomorrow, that a judi
cious man or woman fully in sympathy with
the boy can do wonders in developing thtir
The following letter of tccent ilate which
was presented by Mr. Mason, on his arrival,
to the V. M. C. A. of Honolulu will4sutln
my opinion that he is the tight man in le
light place :
Boston, Mass., July 10, 1884.
At the closing meeting of the 60th Quar
terly District Convention of Eastern Massa
chusetts, held at Y. M. C. A. Camp, Crescent
about 2,320 miles nearly due west of Tanning r (jc nil prompted him to furnish the- reading I r h ,f hfg, ,,1 t Ua orgaaiud in
Island. This gives a rate of progress of the jUblic of these islands with the result of his N,VWM will be able to set) wr at ! ootrbai-
smoke stream of 6i miles an hour. It seems m0st recent researches in patent mcdiclning. rel lew than ; rei-ni qooiatloo." "Will Portland and! !nlo Mtior - f,,t m,f, and -,,. nlo .v-H Caneroo. coo.mid r. tc.es IiomSoKj e.errTo-s.
. ! Or, gin, receive any benefit from this invention Talked I ,. .. , , ' , , . , . day at 5 tvan. lor NavtfiwiK, KoPu, Fte.and Wai
... 1 .t . ... .. ... . 1 reoilinr, room which is 12 or is feet in in-. '- ciL.t j.. --,.. -jai3i -
, ., e ., ,, ,. , ... . ,. ,ior..r,,iM. inc rejxriei, iney certainly wi I, it tley lake ail ran-1 n " ' o. ..,. Mi.iaw4 . . --, ..j
rather thin from the Hawaiian Islands, as Ih. .. , l,.l,-. .?......,'. JZX.L- This room is filled on i.l. convenient l I ?rday esemax
... .. 1 ijt.ua me wi -- - ....- r
apparent that a company for the reference library, bound newspaper.
nmiiei tn reckon tlini? fiftm Iannlnns Islano I
... I .. r. 1.- tt t: t.t...i. ...1,. Mhhnpnruiiu. . the reportet,
,',. .. ,. ,. , ',. ' , .,,,( rooiiwiiuef Itarrrtlitnt lo Je,r l.e M ! I tageof it," aniwered the emhut.a t.
latter were evidently north of the : central , r,i, Propli-for u II lAlr. ! " l "U l m plainly appar.m
course 01 mc sircam, anu pciccivco 111
atmospheric effects half a day later than tlu
former, although nearly on the same meridian.
It Is to be spe-ciallv noted also, that the
phenomena were characterized by tin
peculiarities seen at Tanning's Island as well fl
at Panama, rather than those seen ! Hono
lulu. Here ihc obscuration of the sun was so
slight as not to have been noticed during the
day, nor was any change in its color observed,
except by Mt. and Mrs. H. M. Whitney, wht
saw its disk grttn at setting on the 5th. At
Strong's Island as well asat Tanning's Island,
Panama, Trinidad and eastward, the sun was
heavily obscured, and its light changed K
green at low altitudes, and blue when high up
This proves that the heavier thickness of th
smoke-stream did not extend so far north a
Honolulu, but was confined lo a narrow
licit near the equator. Tanning's Island is in
Lat. 240' N., Lon. 159 W. Strong's Island
is in Lat. 5' .'., Lor.g. 162' 30' E. The Zea-
landia was perhaps ? Jv. when the blue sun
was observed. Honolulu is in Lat. 22 17' N.,
and received only the clouds lra)ing off from
the edge ol the smoke bell as it swept by to
The suns rays wero so greatly ob-crued hv
the density of the smoke strata in the main
belt, that they seem there to have failed 10
produce the marvellous twilight effects wlilcl
were so consplcuors in Honolulu. AH along
the line from Seychelles to Strong's Island, we
hear of lurid appearances, green sun, blue
light, great obscuration, sun easily observed
with the naked ee, but hardly anywhere a word
about twilight effects, or red glows, while at
Honolulu under the thinner side clouds of the
stream the color effects in the twilight were
The topic is an endlers one, and I will not
prolong. Many ask what is the cauc ol fre
quent revivals of the red glows, such as the
very fine one of last evening, August 19th. It
seems mcrcl) to show an irregular distribution
of the vast clouds of thin ICrakatoa-haze still
lingering in the upper atmosphere. They
drift about, giving us sometimes more, some'
times less of their presence. It is also not un
likely that in varying hvgrometric conditions
the minute dust-particles become nuclei for
ice crystals of varjing size. This would
creatly variate their reflecting power. Thi
accords with some obscivalions of Mr. C. J.
Lvons, showing thai ihe amount of red glow
varies according to the prevalence of certain
winds. . ' S. S-.H.
Honolulu, August 20, iSS).
While on the subject of patent medecincs it
, tuld be ungraceful not to notice the com
pound whose title ncaus mis arncie. 11s use
is of higher importance than "billerine,"
hich though often of use lo titled and even
royal personages, is of special advantage to
lumliler and less well established folk. Dut
I'gibkapneugu" is valuable to those only who
have a taste for governing, and who would
rather than not hold high ofiicc. The discov
ery of "gibkapneugu" while it is nf ihc highest
importuncc to science and especially to the
tcience of government is of a very recent
late. The present "premire" of this country1.
1 gentleman as modest as he is talented, fur
lished most of the material of ihe compound.
President Merritt and wife ol Oahu College
after a delightlul trip lo various places includ
ing the great crater leturnett to Hilo August
I llh and left for Honolulu on 14th by the
Kinau. Al the Wednesdiy evening meeting
of the Foreign Church, Hilo, Mr. Merritt was
present and made some remarks on the chap
ter read by the pastor and remarked that he
"had heard previous to coming to these
islands that the people were very hospitable
and had it truly verified. "
lleach Kcveru, Mass., July 10. 1884,' the fol
lowing resolution was unanimously adopted :
Attend) I nai in exteiuting ine nam) 01 lare
well tn our brother C. S. Mason, as he leaves
his work and home at Gloucester to accept a
similar nosltion (that of general st-cretai)). at
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands ; we, the con
vention of Young Men's Christian Associations
of Eastern Massachusetts, do most cordially
commend him to the Christian fellowship ami
love of ihe brclhcrn with whom he is called to
labor. Ciias. 11. Coo.s,
The avsociatlon here will give during Ihe
scar at least twelve first-class entcitainmcnts
which will be free to all inemliers. While the
woik n( the association will be siitually among
its members vet, all are cordially invited lo
join its ranks and partake of its benefits.
There are Iwo grades of membership as
followst a voting membership which requires
(hat the applicant be a member o( one of the
evangelical chuichcs ; and an avociate mem
bership which tequirei that the applicant shall
be of good moral chjracter before admivCon.
Nexv Monday afternoon between, J and 6
o clock, foot race will be run between
James Urowrt of the Fashion Stable and Jacob
Sims of the tarber-shop opposite. The race
will take place n.;, Hotel street between Alakea
street and the Fashion Stable. ' The dUtance
run will be too yards.
The thanks of the Press; are due Mr, W.
Dunn, Hawaiian Consul in Glasgow, Scotland,
Mr. II. II. McGrew, Davton, Ohio, and Mr.
Robert Walker, of Leicester, tngland, for
numerous recent mail favors ; alto to Purser;
Sutton and Doctor Kiley of the AUm,,i fr
similar favors. "
Dr. Martin ilagau of this city, now on a
visit te Los Angeles, his been Inlets lew ed,al
some length by (he Times uf that city. He
tfoke of the crops, leprosy and other familiar
Honolulu topics. On the 6th Invtant the
doctor was in Pomona.
Mr. Robert Lcwcis is now at the Gilroy
Hot Springs, California, where he is taking a
Kglmtn of balhs ami out door exeidse 1 and
ItM beta much Improved lo health.
Many of the public will be pleased to learn
thai the Astor House will be re-opened nesl
Wednesday or Thursday urtder the manage
ment of Mr. R. W, Grannit, who is filling up
tie place anew, and will run it on the San
Francisco or European plan. Cleanliness and
good cooking are ptom'sed to be the princi) al
features of this restaurant, and, will be a gieat
blessing to those who have been trying to live
in Honolulu lately by skirmishing around to
find something the flies have left. The natron
will only pay lor what he orders) this will
add cconotcr to satisfaction.
The new Mntning Star wa succeasfullj
launched at Kith, Maine, on Ihe oTK instant.
Dedicatory exercises were held with two or
jhiee thousand witnesses. She is a beauty, and
will go to Itos'.on aliexil Sqlnib;r loth and
probably get away some ''ss the last of
"For the last five week it his ralnesl much
at Hih, but now' it is scry delightful, of
course an occasional shower, which all are
pIcAsed tn sec. No need of artesian wells, 11a
water taxev All without moneycool, clesr
anil sparkling " gushes a lliloile.
Kev. E. C. Oggel will preach al the llethel
at II A.M. to-morrow, subject) What We Know
about the bible- In the evening, at J4
o'clock he will preach on The Sinner and the
The four plants "gib," "kap," "ncu1 and "gu"
have long been known to possess medicinal pro
perties, but it was reserved for the "premire,"
ith the generous countenance and royal favor
of his sovereign to compound the medicine in thii
proportions embodied in the form of which his
majesty and his majesty's premire alone pos
less the formula. "Gib" is a sea weed, first
discovered on the Sargossa sea, where the in-
luencc of the Gulf Stream probably has much
to do with its life-and-warmth-giving proper-
fes. It is soapy to the louch, prehensile- in
appearance and fetid in odor. "Kap" is a
Jomestic house plant, indegenous to these is
lands, and easily grown in shallow- soil with
sufficient moisture. It is alcoholic in its juices,
ind like most flowering plants, runs readily to
?eed. "Neu" is an exotic, transplanted by
Chance, Fate & Co., from Germany to Cali
fornia and re-transplanted by that eminent bo
tanist Sir Claus Spreckels from San Francisco
to this cit). Its chief characteristic is ihe ab
wrbing power of its capillery s stem and braz
en colors of its flower petals. "Gu" is a plant
hose progenitors were sent to these islands
from New England a generation ago. The pa
rent stock was a hardy, vigorous genus of field
plants, possessing many useful properties.
Save for its uses in the wonderful combination
whose efficacy we are about to describe, "gu"
i as degenerate, useless and characterless
a plant as inhabits the islands, sharing with the
lantana and the gum arabic a most unenviable
reputation. The combination, however, while
it partakes somewhat of Ihe nature of all the
plants from which it was named, is far differ-
:nt in its eff.-cts from any of the four. Its value
to political bosses, ringsters, tyrants, spend-
hrift sovereigns, dishonest administrators and
the like is simply inestimable. One testimo
nial from some fire hundred thousand at hand
TO THE I'ROrKIETORS Or THE ELEV1R
GlDKvr.NCUGU DUtinfuiihtJ Siri: I have
just employed one bottle of )our invaluable
specific in a crisis w hich I believed would be
certainly fatal. My army had been defeat"
ed on the field of battle. My foreign crclit
was exhausted. Domestic taxes had failed;
and ruin stared me in th" face. I invited to din
ncr the foreign representative of my raoit pow
erful neighbor, several of my tax gatherers, a
few judges of inferior courts, scvcrel merchants,
a distinguished sailor, a not less distinguished
officer of the army, a banker, a stock broker
and one honest man. To each of them in the
soup I administered a few drops of "Gibkap
neugu." The result was magical. A few
weeks later my armies returned with all their
banners fl)ing. My most powerful neighbor
expressed her entire and abiding friendship,
the banker and the merchants refunded the for
eign loan at a lower rate, and loaned a few odd
millions for 'pending money. To cut a long
story short, the royal gon.se hangs high as
Shakespeare hath It,
The Isariiivc of Murmasdv
Pompay, June 19, 1SS4.
can be formed here, a refinery ntabli.hed and Hawaiian
raw sugars turnd itim such beautiftd table sugars as to
run Speeded out of the trade." Ihitmaybe a hijh-
ly Colored paragraph, but pnrals letters indicate that
tock U bin taken in Portland by ber vtatttejiest &nnf
'oward, lls early esublhhment.
Sch. Emma Ctaudina cleared on the l)lh tttym San
Francitco fee Hilo.
Hark C. O. Whilnorc tailed from Port Dlakely for
thil port August. 1).
I'ktn- EureVa, arrived at San Francitco Aozut 1 ath
at days from this port.
ScK Queen arrived over at &an Francitco An;, ph
36 days from thit port.
l.ark Abbie Carver from this port was reported al
Hongkong prior 10 July 30.
llrig W. C. Irwin arrived over at San Francisco on
the tttht at days from this port.
Bark Ferris S. Thompson arrived at San Francitco
on the 14th, IS days from Kahalui.
Hawaiian bark Kalakaua saded from San Franuvco
on the rtlh for Sao Jose do Guatemala.
Sch. Nora Harkins, Peterson, cleared from San Fran
cUco, August th for this pees via Bowen'e Landing.
nktne W. H. Dimond and sch. Era, saded from
San Francisco Auguat f jth. for this pott, tier. J. G.
Blaine arrived at San Frasciico under sail, Auguvt
lo recsivo her engines.
PARKE DAVIS CO
J. C- AVER & CO
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Discovery. Perriman .
Kitsap, Koouuon, ....
Am a a
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports
LivctrooL, liritbk Vaae-KA. . . Ingra.-n
Due Sept is ax
DtistEV, Haw bk C R BlSMor '.Vallrrt
Due Angutf to-ts. Hacktetd & Co, Agents.
Svokev, Urn ssZlslamoia. ... ... .Webber
Due Aug. t. HacUeld U Co., Agents.
Newcastle, N S W, Am ship fcL Dorado
Sailed July 3 , Agents.
Sas FllAacisco, (int. S . S. Asilnlia, ... .Chen
Due Sep 7 Hackfeld ft Co , Agents.
ii,Kruoi, int ok vjrucLiA,
etc : it is neatly wainscottctl in red wtwl
and white cedar with their natural colors pre
served. The walls awl ceilings of the hall
and reading room are painted and frescoed in
softened colors which make it pleasant for
the eye. Hack of the reading room and con
nected with il by laige double doors, is the
library proper. This room is v liy 22 feet in
size and will accommodate 20,000 volumes.
It is well lighted by a large ventilating sky-
j light 1 2 feet square. The size of the main
building is Ji by 84 feet, with an exlensicn
which makes the total length 99 feet. Tl'e
building is faced with pressed brick, and the
floors are considered the finest in town. The
complete building has cent about $i2,coo, ami,
as soon as finished ihc library now on Fort
street will be removed there. The enter
tainment of next Monday evening will consist
of music, speeches, congratulations, and ice
cream. The present library rooms will I
The native named llao, who lately cam:
from Maliko to this place in a small canoe,
seems to have been fooling the correct re
porters of the dailies with the most Puck-lile
facetiousness. The Dullelih stated lba the
canoe was only Tfcef long ; the Tiser cor
rected its purblind contemporary and pro
nounced it 13 feet in length ; and the Daily
Hawaihn slnck its thumbs in its vest and po
litely informed the public that the canoe was
just 14 feet long. The Hawaiian came nearest
the truth the canoe was lutt 14 feet, 2 inches
Simmer Jnnicn Mttkre,
i re ratn. cttcmandcr. leaves Hwiotslo every Thfcrs-'
day, at 1p.m. fcr .pa and Kiluiea. Retain Horfrorifi Acid Pnewptuueo,
ing leaves r.A3al ever) ionoay it tp m., ana couen- i
inc at tVataeac both wars. I
Stmmrr C. Jt. Jlfrtioji,
Dans, commander, leaves Hoaotora rveryToerfay
Mit.u.fur Kakathale, Ho-okaa.and Paaaatu Ke
timing arrives at llonofttlw evrry Scrnday Baorou,g.
fjrOFFICK of th- Coenpaoy, fooe of Kilaat
Street, near the P il. S. S. Wharf. 171-
HE LATEST WORKOM SUGAR.
TO&ail June i.T. II. Dartcs Je (ix. Azentt.
J I HIT, Am. Uzine Hazard Tiertwy
Doe mail October A. F. Coolc, Agent.
HojvCkOxc. Am Ik Cjsyloh Baruoev
Aow Ihje. L. l.rcwcr a. Co.. AstniL.
Bostok, Am bk Maitha Davis .U.tuoa
fulled I une 3a. I Brewer Co.. A?ent.
NewVobiv, GerblwTiuUA , . ...... Thontbolui
Saucu June ai U&stlc Cooke. A;nti.
San FrANClCo, Amt-ktne. W. II. Iftmor.. Houdlett
IJue Au?. at. Irwin St Co. .7rn1s.
San Fkakcisco, Ami. S. Mam row .. IUyvrd
Piie Ixpu 8. In m & Co. Agents.
Londom via Mao sir a, French Bordeaux.-
Due Auzuit . G W MitiTie Jl Co. Aientc
31 r RAhcisco Am tern cva....... .n
UueAuuU a j, -Agefllt.
Frota Sin Franctuo per AUmeda. A" rati i -Chat
Brenii and wife, C F DitUm, llr DAlUm, Wilur
McUnde, Mr. t. A McUnde, .MKs M McUride aod 3
tiaert. Mxuer McBnde. Wm Orcw. H F Smlctt. A
Oita, Mrsjunet KirkUnd. S Ehrlich, M J A Kea
nedj, Aa Marker. Mr A lUrker, Curte. Mr E
Kcc, J II Haawn, M l..vn, Mrtt Bowco. L Daley,
G beveren, C Unukltetter. C UeretttS J Kctuul, Wo
itwi,j n iiarain, Mrt j uerry. a teyer, tn in
nee. Mrt XX btiw. John louts. Ctai D Destcr. A Gir
tenbarff, Mn U fctrtVe;or, L 1 1 10 von, 9 Chinamen, 7
wmnawQiacn ana 2 cciiorta.
ror S. F., perHitne CUa, Au 31, F Cunniojiuea,
G Cunouif him. W G !arjaes,awi ife, W MuUer M
Steaun, iS VlUce. J Lait) .
Fur San FraoctvM per VJl , Aj, t. 7107 pkfi tug u,
i8) tils moUs ccian, value Sa,iy6,aL
The gmj; pUnk of the AUmctU UIppcU
ihottiy after the ueamer docked yevtciJiy
morning. Mr. John Pjiy, Officer Mucot ntl
a native were oa at the ttme. Fortuoitcly,
no oat wat hurt.
OnAuguUmh the Ucv. D. U. L)iiun
Hmu(.h bettering all In Hilo ho qk
uch good men wcie delighted. It was than
it 0 ifiht the ctiiU had pivci and that he wilt
MIm Anna ttrecse Mas pteaunlly tuipriKd
by bcr friends U Thursday evening. Funt
frolic and tomethuig to eat.
h rh Academic School for Girls t No, too
Nu'jahu venuc, Ifuaoltilii. urulcr charge of
Mr.E, a C. Wallace, ifc of Kew Ceorce
WalUttof St. Andrew's Paruh, will open on
the 15th of next month. Only guh are re
criml, and th? number U limited to twenty
fi, Keal wotV U a necessity urtlcr Mr.
Wallace' plan, a only by goc1 old-faih-kmed
hard work5 can the ttandan! ( the.
school be mi'mtainea, Tlto$e who know the
chool wxjik kno tlwt while its, s)tcni U m
far as wvsitie remoevl fjoai"cfam, it
nocrtheless exacts thorough uurly fmm all
pupus anu icacnr auwe.
Oahu 'College will cuiauiencc it tll tcciu un
Monday, September 15th. The cawge ha.
lately cloevl a prospeiaus )ear, and lb tn
tce expect to nuke the pretent year ere 1 tuefe
cuccesaful. Mus Mf E, Spooncr, Ute of Mu
Ilolyoke Seminary, has bewi adde( to ihe
college faculty, and the trustees canxt to fill
the chair of Chemutry and Natural Sciences
early In the ear. Miss E. V. Hall, a teacher
of sorce years' experience as principal of oae
ot tlie are, Massachusetts, grammar schools,
will takt charge of Punahou Preparatory
which will open whetitbe college does,
KiUaeA Houtin, from K&hului.
Ktnau, urn. from winjwird ports
Nettie Mernll, sch, from LahiiLpa.,
tvJkMli, sch, front Pima . ..,
lwaUnI,tm, Camrronf from Kvud
LiWl.ke, stm, from inJvratrI ports
ConstAoce. H, 1U M. S. fnwa fcn IrAACisco.,
Caterinj, Kh( froca HanaUi,. .. t..
MotvlAi, stm, from Mc4s)ul ..,
C K. Bishop, um, from Ilacukua, ,
Mry t o ter, sch from KoWa.
PUiater, Mm, rUtei, Kona ami Kau
M Alois;, Kb, from Onomes.. ,. .
KauiLcouU. Mhtfrom kbhatA
Utrnt Mikec, Mm, FrecmAn, for KauAt. .
Luu.mU, from tUmikua,. ,,,,..., ..,.,
HaIcAaIa, kch,fnm rerle... ,
AUmcdA, Am. a S, frjm Saq FrAnctsco,
KaIcoa, Am. tra, trMi Bowrn's tantiiof.
KClAUIUOtU, lOl, ICC llAAAle4..,t ?
Maiu! sch, for !Iovt. .,, .
WAinAla, sch, from Koisja ... .,..,,,,,,
UivcIiV.ettm, Mhch, for KooaI
lhu, urn. Lcretnn, fur MAai. ,. ,.
WAkJi, kp, fur IIaiu . .
lASutihOj ch. fotKAAAI.. . .,,, ..
Nettie 5ieiTill, ch, from LahAiiu,, ,,
txihl, sch, for adu.Iiu..,
KiaAa,a stm, Kuc, fgr Muioit Hawau. .
tAtAni,simt Caowtwi, fijf KauaI .,..
I'tx'kxU, uh, fU i'via
CAicHaA, sch, fur tt4HuW,,...t, ,.,, ,,..
UsAotu, urn, or MsJoLaI.., ., .-
i K Uuhsp, s;m, J hj, foe ItAmAtta,,. ,
1UU, Am. biktM, for Sa FrAaciiCQ,-
iA.iKi MkVee, sttn, fcr Kauai, . ..
Us.tir, urn, f w Kona aih! Kau,. ,,.
CcusiAiK, If M. K, foe KaiuU,..
MAiy rower, tk.,CkrN,A wUissviti. , ,.
A SSIGNEES SALE OF LAND
IN KALtHI, OHAU.
Br Order of C Bte- Eq , And M. Creca, Es
Auijpiert of the EttAte of AIooa.
I vjfl sell At fxAA'x auaioo.
ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER S3,
Al t J o'clock qooq At SAlesroom,
Four Lota of Land in KaIIM, Oahu, ru t
LOT Ko. t IhoM certain 3 pieces of UaJ La
KaKU litQvau KAleAsva, conulain a area of 194
too acres, aai Tally descnled in Regtunr OSce. Liter
i. pp. ic 111, 1 a j. Thit U m fioe piece of Taxo
LOCK, SIGNER HARLAND,
iLUKTPAlKf Er IO FtATK ABO J HjlA-
Pnoe 1 wJ., yij p -..-- - ...$! y
77iO. Ot Tttrum's 1'nri Strl ft lore.
O T t C E
MESSRS. R. MORE A CO.
Kij-c Smrr. IIokouilv
U'ouid Uj to n-mftis P-abCc that ltj
hav latf rtcatscti a thtpacsa xjt La. fasooa
HOUSEHOLD - SEWING MACHINE.
13" Aaypcrtda toOaisftoftushaMasswuf sacLa
would da wcH to exaaun. thenat "
a bsaW f upcrior
DmbU4istTcl BreacMoailiac Shot Caas.
Wlacbesttr RiSit, Knaadr Rl
Smki A Wuson Rcrolrtra.
A fall uutuatst rf CARTRIDGES, trau aid
pxftr shQ ; and Srsxumsn's GtrU Srp7is.
LOT No. a Thoe ccnam 4 parcels of Taro. Land,
numbered u, 19. f 4, t. kaownae Kaluafttleiu aa!
C0Dtaiau.se an area of 36-100 aaes a descKUd la R.
P, jsj, iththa batUiaaoJ improvements thereon.
A fine cropof iatq itT0winvpoa thlsUsd.
LOT No. j ; ThoM a parcels of Taro Laod Vaon
as part of KumuVoVvi, aJecribd Ln tiler j. pp
H9 3V31! 3)1 rohali&a, as descriLed w ISLn 60,
pp. 4j5, 49, ojcualaiAj together an area of about t
acres, with the tmiliu and improvements thereoa
A crop of taro U zrjwin ( opoa the kxs.
LOT Na 4 Thai certara pc of bid Uiaf a part
of KumuLaVuZ, and contain an area of atwai jotoa of
an acre with the 1'uiUlac and iaraeiacs thereon.
For farther particulars aoplj 10 lie Aaum as
atoee, or t
iU I. JIMJf.S
ORTGAGE NOTICE OF SALE.
New York (li.ratch Jalt-J ih; lath in-
stanl cites ihr details of ihe tir&ln,; of (be
Eollsh steamer Laiharu ami he Spanish
Hcamcr Gijon la the hxy of Biscay, Jotji 19th.
Thie were no passengers on boat J the Lax,
ham. On the Spanish stcamtr there wrre
about thirty ucalthy Culao fimllles, Includ
l"t ftof ' Wi w ro fony ctitlrtn.
Nfly twotthFrJi of all the pavwtgtn ani
mvsl of-jhe otwi of both eseU wtrt
The choUra, (., Pfince Is rspi'lli spread'
ii. ArWs, Ala, aaj other citie are In-
BycrJerof Amoua J, lewr, ihd mattafet named
in a cenau, indenture tf Mortjaft datcni th iyh
dar of Anvrt, iSSt. mask tjr Ja R, Sdta aisd
NaViUu, btswvc FAtsdK JissUa4 C)rtuies AfU
.UriM itocvuvr BIS u, Al -UU AUQMIJ. 4-Ofea,
f-jr a tsrtMch of the oatsiitMMs of sad mortfAje.
I am dlnttd 19 mQ at puUt anetam.
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 30. 1884,
At ll tr'd-va-V n-fcM at my satesaim, in Honolalo
Ih Fclkmlaj Parcels ( LaaJ ;
IaOF No. t -That crtaa ptrcc U U-v. Mud
tawA, Oiho, tiaj the same aa lievrivhvj m R, p.
4545, and coniauane a-s acr of )Ait9 acres,
LOT No. t Thatctnaia pt- ef U4 sauuo at
lM,(i.lJ, lWttM SAJ9K KW pATtKturf lie
aa cr OS 1 f M KT,
IXyT No, ) TVu ccrtAis. pic of laai sUaaic) it
- pair wotUac rs
y tevlcinle, P. aC
3UrscKp, a a.
1 3 hua-cl, cans.
r fonher pvtWttUn pfhr
tu r. .in-aJ,
X-3" Call aoj exanunc ctirSix '
1 U.v: j in oar earploy a Ant-clas Locx aad Ova
South, are prepared to da at) Iwdtof repaaias in a
tra -class axaa&tr aac en vun nocacc.
Srtritty JfaeAlMra rtpntrt'i and .ijrf
Greea'i August Plover 8l Ger-ia Syrap,
ACuck Ptrcas PUster C
Men ay ft l.snmsn'i RmUa Water
Verbs Bim Bitters.
TTOLLISTER A CO..
are alto PrsfcKtivt aM Miuafte
fartnrerf of th cet orated
Ajffii SV Va. S. KlsUa & Co',
Fragrant Vnnlti Fair,
wtkh Late bo rirals. The
tsfrtit assartasect tf
PLUG TOBACCO AMD CIGARS XN
OUR GINGER ALE 6 S0DAHU7EX
hat i!sp Veen rCBsjed as th
best b the ELuVet,
OUR QtSCER ALB EXTRACT
h.l&z E-acaiaoared froca or m
jnTAie foersaU. in
AERATED WATERS U Pateaa or Ceeix
Stoppered ooit!e as dcalrvd.
WHOLESALE U RETAIL. W NUUANU ST,
RZTAIU Cot FORT MERCHANT ITS
AaJ aH aloJs of Inn Wcvk eaad4 aiai rtsuird.
H ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL
Stasu Sr., u Qitaji Sr
TELEPHONE Xa jj.
C J. IUr4, Proprlitor.
CONTRACTOR aasd UILDER
PUjunr, Shaping, Turning,
Bad and Scroll Saseioj;.
Doors, Sash, DUads, Door
and Window Frames,
Stain, rnide to order.
Ifartt ( .l rr ITm.1 i'ar AW.
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
vay -m, )uaL
A3 orders ailed on J or ake, Aod Jibcec; ynidf
ueaded isv MaulXf cude tn aa pancta sruksot
1 sua charge f 1 alev to-V
an acre ;f
Cvcu. RaVM9 Ev,
Aiurv fcr alartxacsM.
Has pa mairviS fo MaHposa M sW Ua arrias
Wkinalitr Star Haaas EttaVfut Btum, CaUasia
Onai dr, I au basVs Lard. TaU Frstft, Pw
Traat. Craabtrry Saura. AsaMar &.. Saifti
Dm. Jaau and ltSt, PuaUs. Otrrs
OJ. Cewt ad OJLnc Tea. s t-mtt;
Lactwai ttftaauu lra.sasaaM;
Jaa Tea, toeJ Ciklra
saJ Teikcr. Cansad
Crabbed I tvdaaa
Kilt Oms aad Waul,
Bca.bat rtow aad MaaW
lna Meat, Kal, Sara, m
Puaaoes (U. PtwdarKi aad
Uttd $. fifA Ssacs. ra '
Gaaa lorScr. .teaDea SiA. !l.at- -'"--
Kimtar CM. Cntiars U t!i lunda. he., .. tic, Mt
Freak OtrvssaA CA, wry
LE.WC VOUR ORDERS. OR KING
nurwai to., lis
tr GOODS D&UVEXZn TO ANY
PART OF TUB CITY FXSK OF
IX COOKING HIO
A new method of ventilating the
not become stvgy or heavy from the
he tat hat the (Javor produced by
Fsw SiOc y
a4-iH- No. 8, KuhutMuau
YKS Jt IUNOMM.
Oven to that is hakbsg the feed 4Mt
suam or motttvM I (he OrsM, m4
roastifig bfem an sm1ik,
..ssssW eV A 1
StiMt, Hosoleht. Si