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Un Monday, March Ifith, wc win
harked on board this Oceanic steain
tiliip Alameda (which, bv llu way,
is onu of the llncst American ships
iilloal), for Honolulu, making the
trip of twenty-onu hundred miles in
seven days. At 0 o'clock on the
morning of the l!th vc were in
sight of the Island of Molokni, anil
in nuhoit timi the Island of Oahu
lnndc its appearance. Passing the
western extremity of this island wc
passed up the channel, and soon
rounded Diamond Head, and Hono
lulu was in sight. The fragrant at
mosphere of the tropics was a most
agreeable greeting. After seven
days of ocean life the highlands of
theeity, known as the Punch Howl,
an extinct crater, made its appear
ance, towering up somc live hundred
l'eot. As MO neaicd the dock wc
could sec the cocoanuL trees, the
spreading palms, thu mango, llic
monkey-pod, the nlgtiroba, hibiscus,
bamboo, camphor tree, fun palm?,
india-rubber tree, and many others
too numerous to mention, which
slave the city a very tropical appear
ance : and led us to realize the
day-dreams of our schoolboy hours
wore to be experienced, as we should
travel over the far-away islands of
the sea. In a few moments the pilot
came on lioaid, his boat being man
ncd by a liaUvc'erow, and the ship
was soon placed alongside of the
dock, where o were met by wail
ing friends who, until that hour,
were strangeis to us. "We were soon
hurried to a carriage and driven
rapidly to the beautiful residence of
P. C. Jones, Jr., who, with his good
wife, entertained us most loyally
ilur.ing our three-weeks' stay in the
Hawaiian Kingdom ; and a more
cordial, hospitable and devoted
Christian pcopld it would be hard to
find than those wc were privileged
to meet in these beautiful islands in
The entire kingdom numbers less
than eighty thousand ; about thirty
thousand, being foreigners. It is
sad to report that only about fifty
thousand natives remain out of the
extensive population which must
have inhabited these islands in the
days of their discovery in the last
The principal industry of the is
lands is the sugar plantations. The
following fruits arc also cultivated :
Tamarinds, dates, bananas, coeoa
nuts, mangoes, guavas, alligator
pears, etc. The principal food of
the natives is poi, which is a sort of
liquid, something like gruel, which
thej' scoop up m ith their two lingers
and conduct at once to their mouths.
Wc hardly need to tell you that this
method of eating poi was not swiftly
taken to by the writer.
A great deal has been said and
written about the habits and the
peculiarities of the natives, so I will
not trespass on your time to say
anything more on this paiticnlar
phase of life in the .Sandw ich Islands.
The city of Honolulu was settled in
early days by New England mis
sionaries, and the haino earnest
missionary spirit has grown up with
the city and exists to-day, which
gives it a New England appearance,
both in the method of worship, man
ner of living, .Sabbath observance,
etc. Wo were glad to notice, on
the Sabbath day, even in this foreign
land, that no business was trans
acted, all saloons and places of
business being compelled to be
closed on the Sabbath day.
The climate is perfect, seldom
varying over fifteen to twenty de
grees,. the average temperature being
, about eighty a most perfect, balmy
atmosphere, delightful evenings, al
ways requiring a light cover for your
bed during the night.
It may not be an uninteresting
fact for me to state that, the salary
of the King of this Kingdom is ncaily
equivalent to that of the President
of the' United States, being between
forty-live and fifty thousand dollars,
while the entire population of the
kingdom is not quite one-third as
large as San Francisco.
I must confine myself to the busi
ness which brought me to'this beauti
ful city in the Islands of the Pacific.
I came directly in the interest of the
Young Men's Christian Association,
and on my arrival here 1 find that
they have a lino Association building,
all paid for, and a most excellent
class of Christian business men, and
young men identified with its work.
They have been without a Secictary
for somo time, and my special busi
ness was to coiner wiin tiicm mauve
to a, man to take care of their Asso
ciation matters. Mr. 1. 0. Jones,
Jr., a prominent businessman of the
city, is President of the Association,
contributing largely of his means,
influence and talents to the work.
Notwithstanding the fact that they
have been without a General Secre
tary for tho larger part of the year,
they have done a good work. They
have conducted classes in book
keeping, algebra, geometry, vocal
music, and the Hawaiian language.
They have iv young men's meeting,
noon-day services, and general
prayer-meeting on Sabbath afternoon,
IVible-class for young men only,
special work for boya, mid their
committees havo dono commendable
woik during the year. Mr. Jones
has conducted the book-keeping class
for young men only, every Monday
evening, for two ycais, In which over
sixty young men have become fami
liar with book-keeping, and aio now
holding lucrative positions in vnrious
pails of the Islands, many of which
wein secured directly through the
inlluencc of Mr. Jones. This will
give you somo idea of his great in
tcicst in young men.
On Tuesday evening, May Mth,
Mr. J. 13. Atiierlon was elected Pre
sident of the Association for the
ctin cut year. Mr. Athcrton is also
a piomincnt business man, whose
talents, nionoy and inlliicnoo are
consecrated to the Master's work.
They have called Mr. S. I). Ful
ler, formcily General Secretary Of
the Sacramento, California, Associa
tion, to become their General Sec
retary, and Mr. Fuller will sail for
Honolulu on May lfith. He is n
most competent man, and his years
will make him
in Association worn
i meat accession to
the Christian workers at Honolulu,
and wc aic sine a cordial welcome
Kov. Mr. Cruzan, of the Foit
Street Chinch, and Rev. Mr. Oggcl,
of.the Bethel Church, aic doing a
most excellent work, and have a
laige place in the hearts of the peo
ple" Their churches are in a healthy
spiritual and financial condition, and
souls arc, being added at every com
munion. The Church of England
and the two native churches arc
alfao accomplishing a most excellent
work, and "every prospect pleases,
and only man is vile."
1 visited the volcano during my
stay, which is the largest active
volcano in the world, and is the
wonder of the world, but I must not
occupy space to describe it bore.
The Pacific, May Gth.
TM1U STORK lately occupied by
X Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Tort Sticcl. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or 1$. F. DlM.lNQIIAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 1835. 035 tf
T IIK HOUSE and picniiscs situated
in Nuuanu Valley, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to and
recently occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
33 Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 31, 1835. 083 tf
Fresh, at 5 Cents Each.
Every Morning at 11 O'clock
Steam Candy Factory nnd Bakery, 71
Hotel St., Telephone No. 71.
Best Made Has no Equal.
Give it ono trial on Tarnished Metals
and he Convinced.
It i a vegetable polish and warranted
free from Acids, Poisons or Gritty sub
stances, and is superior to anything of
the kind heretofore offered to the public
for cleaning and polishing Metal Signs,
Railings, Sliow Cases, Hnrness Mount
ings, Rand lnsiruniculo, Brass or Metal
Lnmpx, Faucets, Stair Rods, Locomotive
Headlight?, Gun Barrels, Brass, Copper,
Siivrrwaic, Nickel.Tinwaie, Zlno, Steel,
AND ALL METALS.
It ib especially adapted to Marine,
Raiboail, StiUiomuy and Fire Engine
Woiks (hot or cold), and being free
fiom acids or gill, will not injuic
journals, bearings, tho blauk lettering
on metal signs, harness leather, or scratch
thu finest polished turfacn.
The cleanest and best Polish for
Ladles to use for Household and Kitch
en inc. It is put up neatly and conveni
ently to suit all, in -1, 8 and 10 o, , and
livo pound boxes, and every box gimr.in.
teed poi fee t. '
Xrl-CH, (;, rJOc-, 73o 4Xs HI.
Aido from its unequalled polishing
(piaUtlcs, its strongest claim on tho pub
lic favor rests in Its absolute purity and
cleanliness, being a clean, creamy paste,
easily and conveniently applied. For
-MCLEAN'S CIGAR STORE,
78 Hotel St., Aslor House.
SYL. .1. OARTY, Solo Agcut for Haw-
aiiau Islands. 1013
A PURL, WHOLESOME. RE
Accoiding to tho highest and butt modi
Manufactory, ; ; : No. la Llllhu 9t
P. O. Box, 870. Telephone, 284.
jjgy-All orders receive prompt attwtlon,
Tho disease commences iVith a Might
derangement of the stomach, but, if
neglected, it In tlnio Involves liiowbolo
fininc, embracing llm kidney, liver,
luiit'ieiit;, and, la lnel, the entire glandu
lar syhttni, and thu nllllclrd drags out n
miscrablo existence until death gives
tellef from suiVcrlug. The disease is
often mistakes for other complaints
but if tho reader will asked himself the
following questions, he will be able to
determine whether be himself Is one of
afflicted: Have 1 distress, pain, or diffi
culty lu breathing after cat lug? Isthero
a dull, hi-irvy feeling attended by drow
siness? Have tho eyes a yellow tlngo?
Does a thick, sticky, mucous gather
about the gums and teeth In tho mom
lugs, accompanied by a dlsngiccablc
taste? Is the tonguo coated? Is there
pains hi the ride and buck? iMthcioa
fulness about the right bUIo as If Hits
ller were enlarging? Is there costive
ness? Is there vertigo or dizziness when
rising suddenly from a horizontal posi
Hon? Arc the secretions from the kid
neys scanty and highly coloured, with a
deposit nftcr standing? Does food fcr
meat, soon after eating, accompahled by
flatulence or a belching of gas from the
stomach? Is there frequent pilpitatlon
of tho heart? These vnrious symptoms
may not be picsent at one time, but they
tniim-nl llic siillcrcr In turn as the dread
fill disease progiessej. If the csso ho
ono of long standing, there w ill be a dry,
hacking couidi, attended after a time by
expectoration. In very advanced singes
the skin assume a dlily brownish up.
pcntauci', and the lunula and lect arc
uuvLrcd by a cold, sticky petsplrntloii.
As the liver and kidneys become moie
and more diseased, rheumatic pains ap.
pear, and the usual treatment iuou en
tirely unavailing against this inter ago
nllngdUorder. Tliuuiiginof thisniala
qii'intily of tho pioper medicine will
i LMiiovo thu disease if I'ikrn pi its inci.
plumy. It 'h most important that the
disease i-liould bu promptly and piopcrly
treated In its fust Mages, when a little
medicine will ellVcl a (llic and even
'when il ha? Obtained a cluing bold the
comet remedy should be pois-orvcd in
until eciy veiligo of the disease is
eindlenled, until ',11m appetite has ic
tin ncd, and the illgisih u organ restored
to u healthy condition. The surest and
mo.-tcflcRlu.il remcily'loi this distressing
ciimplaiiits is "Soi-iel'rf Curative Syrup,"
a vegetable preparation sold by all
Chemists and Medicine Vendoisthrough
out the wo:ld, and by the piopiietors, A.
J. White Limited, 17, Faringdon Koad,
London, E. C. This Syrup stiikes at the
very foundation of the disease, and
drives" it, root and branch, out of the
Market Place, Pocklinglon, York,
October 2nd, 1882.
Sir, Being a sufferer for years with
dyspepsia in all its worst forms, and
after, spending pounds in medicines, I
was at last persuaded to try Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, and am thank
ful to say have derived more beuclit from
it than any other medicine I ever took,
and would advise any one suffering from
the same complaint to give it a trial, the
results they would soon find out for
themselves. If you liko to make use of
this testimonial you arc quite at liberty
to do so.
(Signed). K. Tuunki;.
Seigel's Operating Pills aro the best
fumily physic that has over been dis
covered. They cleanse the bowels
from all irritating substances, and leave
them in a healthy condition. They cure
Hcnsinghain, Whitehaven, Oct. 10th, '82.
Mr. A. J. White. Dear Sir, I was
for some time afflicted with piles, and
was ndvised to give Mother Seigel's
Syrup a trial, which I did. vI am now
hnppy to state that it has restored me to
complete health. I remain, yours re
John II. Liqutfoot.
10th August, 1883.
St. Mnry.strcet, Peterborough,
N.oye,mbcr 20th, 1881. f
Sir, It gives me great pleasure to in
form you of'the benefit I have received
from Seigel's Syrup. I have been
troubled lor years with dyspepsia; but
after a few doses of the Syrup, I found
relief, and after taking two bottles of
it I fell quito cured.
I am, Sir, yours truly,
Mr. A. J. White. William Diient.
Dear Sir, I .write to tell you that Mr.
Henry Illllicr, of Yatcsburg, Wilts, in
forms'mo that ho suffered from a severe
form of Indigestion for upwards of four
years, and took no end of doctor's medi
cine without the slightest benefit, and
deolaresiMotber Seigel's Syrup which ho
got from me has saved his life.
(Signed) N. Wemii,
Mr. White. Chemist, Uulnc,
September 8th, 1888.
Dear Sir, I find the sale of Seigel's
Syrup steading Increasing. All who have
tried it speak very highly of,itsmedi.
cinal virtues; ono customer describes it
as a "Godsend to dyspeptic people," I
always recommend it with confidence.
(Signed) YinckntA. "Wills,
To. Mr. A.J. "White, MerthyrTydvll.
rreston. Sept. 2Ut 1883.
My Dear Sir, Your Syrup and Pills
arc still very popular with my customers,
many saying they are the best family
The other day a customer came for two
bottles of Syrup and said "Mother
Solgol" had saved the life of his wife,
and lip added, "ono of these bottles I am
sending fifteen miles away ton friend
who Is very ill. I hayo much faith in
The sale keeps up wonderfully, in fact,
ono would fancy almost that t)ie people
wcro beginning to breakfast, dlno, and
sup on Mother Seigel's Syrup, the demand
is so constant und the satisfaction so
great. I am dear Sir, yours faithfully,
(Signed) W. Bowkeu.
To A. J. Whfte.Esq. 067 ly
EH. WOOnWOIlTH, of Honolulu,
i and I). T. llnlley, of Maul, have
this day formed a co partnership under
tho linn namo of tho Crystal Soda
Works Uo. H. It. WOODWORTII,
1010 aw 1) T. BAILEY.
BY virtue of n Will of execution
Issued out of the Supreme Court,
on the 27th day of April, A. D. 1885.
against Jane S.'Rced, Administratrix of
the Estate of W. II. Heed, deceased, de
fendant, in favor of 51 S. Grlnbanm &
Co., plaintiff, for iho sum of ."JOOiMW, l
have levied upon and shall expose for
snlo at the Old Custom House Wharf, in
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 13 o'clock
of FRIDAY, the 29th day of May, A.D.
1S35, to the highest bidder, all this right,
title and interest of tho said Jane 8.
Heed, AJinlnlstraliix aforesaid, defen.
danl, in and to the following property,
unless said judgment, interest, costs and
ray expenses be previously paid.
List of property for sale: Stenmcr
"W. II. Reed," with all her tackle, ap.
pnrel and furniture, ,
JNO. H. SOPER, Maishal.
Honolulu, April 28th, 1885. 1011 td
Pioneer St'm Candy Factory & Bakery,
Mumfnctures nil and every aiticlu In
Confectionery and Pa liy and Urcad
Rakery from the l.cu and purcM mate
ilnls, guaranteed free fiom all
11 iv nlwav-- on htnid all "Ucof his Rich
and Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying a rich reputation of many
years, nnd are ornamented .in any
stylo desired, nnd arc sold at the
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam enables
me to sell all articles manufactured at
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other in this Line of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocoanut, hand made and
Mould Creams of all flavors at 50 cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
at 0 cents c.ich. Mince and Fruit
Pies always on hand.
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Rolls, Family & Graham Bread
delivered to any part of the city. The
largest and most vai ions Stock of Con.
fectioncry can be found at
in. H O JEZ, TV'S
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery.
No. 71 'Hotel St., between Nutmnu and
O. Box No. 7D.
11 . M IV
Telephone Ko. 74.
Mce to the Pilic.
AVc take pleasure in announcing to the
public that, in addition to our
Pastry and Confectionery Business,
Wo will open our
Ice Cream Parlors !
"Which have been' fitted up elegantly ac
cording to our trade, on
BATUBDAT, APRIL tli.
Our Cream will bo only of supeiior
quality, made of genuine crenm. As
we have made arrangements with the
Woodlawn Dairy to supply us only with
a llrst-class article from sample we
have had of the same, wq aro able to
guarantee satisfaction. The following
assortments of Ice Creams and Sherbets
wo will keep at our opening, nnd many
more kinds If trado will justify It;
ICE OltKA-BttS i
VANILLA, LEMON, CHOCOLATE. COFFEE,
STRAWBERRY. PINEAPPLE and
ORANGE AND STRAWBERRY.
Parties supplied any day except Sun
days. Those wishing Ico Cream for
Bimdaymust leave their oidcrsou Sa
turday before 9 p. m., whiph will bo
delivered before 10 a. m. Sunday. The
creams will bo packed so'that they will
keep eight hours In llrst-class condi
tion. Hoping to gel a sharo of public
patronage, and thanking tho public for
their liberal past favors, wo remain, res
pcctfully, MELIiEB & HALBE,
1003 ly King, near Alakca St.
Carriage and Wagon Slaker,
King Street, near Lincoln's.
Repairing, Uhicksinllhlng and every description in tho Carriage and Wagon
line manufactured. Estimates nnd drawings furnished for all Car
riage and Wagon building. I have nlso got up a new kind of Buggy
Cnit, which lor cheapness and practicability exceeds any cart ever
brought to this country,
AVITU OK WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
97!) 3m King Street, adjoining Geo.
111 OiHH WSSJ-""1. siiji4,"ir y 1" fSMnl-il(jSwiffiiMM iff-jrrEMH
Has received by lato steamers a splendid line of
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
ECg5 Xoxi't Pass
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
C7 ana OO Hotel Street.
NEW GOODS JUST DECEIVED, PER MARIPOSA. Clbel's Extract Bfef, Lie
big's Evtract Beef, Day & Martin's Shoe Blacking, Kingsford Washing
Starch, Bapple's Raspberry Syrup, Crysple Drip, 1 gallon tin; do i gallon
tins; Mackerel boiled in Tomatoo Sauce, Batty Nabob Sauce, do Pickles,
Jars Spiced Lambs' Tongues, Cases Pickle Eoll.'KcgB Holland Herrings, An
chovles in Oil, Cream CUeose, Cases Siloon Pilot Biead, do Medium Bread,
Bird Seed, Kegs Family Butter, Dutch Sausages, Pohasco Sauce, Fine Table
Raisins, Bottled Lemon Syrups, Curiied Oysters, Jars Soused Pigs' Feet,
Kegs Soused Pies' Feet, do German Pickles, do Anchovies, Swiss Cheese,
Germea, Hemp Seed, Rape Seed, Bbls Salmon, Apples, Cala Dried Figs, do
SOMETHING NEW Oxford Brawn, do Pigs' Feet, Choiries, Fresh Currants, do
Gooseberries, Pio Plant, Horse Radish Roots, Eastern Apples in Tins, Jars
nnd Shells, and a full lino of staple and fancy groceries.
FlilCES LOW. Goods guaranteed aud delivered to all parts of the city. Fresh
Island Butter always on hand.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box 2i)7. (702
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been received by me, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of Goods can bo purchased elbewhero In Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Platen-
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmanship
and matciial remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the gcncious patronage of tho past, Its continuance and increaso in
the futuio iH lespcctlully solicited at tho old stand.
Every Desciition of Jol Printing
Executed with neatness nnd dispatch,
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing Office,
Bills of Lading
iiauu miiis t
Si-immZt? xWinMB IW.C'-- a:2'
I would beg to notify the public in general that
J have opened a Carriage and Wagon shop on
King Street, at tho old stand of M. J. Rose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. Whitman &
Wright, where 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carnage and wagon work, in a first class,
. durable and practical manner. Uy close ana
(prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, I hope to
some of the public patronage.
W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder.
103 Fort Street,
gk The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !
of Fort nnd King streets, Honolulu, H. I
Jijife i a' si
i., . u vfi .& ma-1 dKfcfcSfe. k.EjEU&&Jl(Pu";ii?