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TIIUHSDAY, MAY 13, J 880.
urrnii khom hi:v. it. w.
i.ofUN, ocioiii:ii i.', 1885, to
march 8, 188(5, r.x moijn-
December 2 nil. Timu llles ra
pidly. 1 illil not realize it had been
i so long since 1 had written. Wed
nesday, October 28, vc organized n
church at Kuku. Eighteen were
baptized. The chief of the place
has been a famous warrior. It was
ho who killed a white man named
llartman, a few years ago. llurt
man richly deserved his fate, no
doubt, as he had killed quite a
number of natives and was in all
ways a bad man. I hesitated about
baptizing the oltief, but could sec nn
reason for refusing him. lie takes
the name of Saul. I went io ICtikit
Tuesday, found iMoscs already there.
Wo spent sonic timu examining the
candidates and were much pleased
by their answers and the spit it which
they manifested. Wednesday morn
ing Mr. Worth brought over Jhuy
and the children in the boat. This
timo'tho sea was calm and the boat
ride pleasant. We illlcd in the day
with services until about II r. m.
when wo started for home. Wo had
just heard that a .son of the llartman
mentioned above mm gone witu a
licet of canoes to the western islands
of the group (Utct and Tol), and
that there had been a light in which
several men had been killed ; so we
came home by way of ttopora, the
place where Ilaitman's live sons
(half-white) live, that 1 might, talk
to them. The boy haul lie did not
lire until his party was attacked, ami
then only to "fraid" the other party ;
and that none were killed, only two
wounded. J warned him faithfully
that he would be punished if lie shot
people, and he promised to abstain.
Wo reached home about an hour
after dark, thorouehlv tired but
well-satisfied with the day's work.
Our school has been going on
prosperously. Mr. Worth is now
able to take the heaviest part of the
work, so I am relieved for other
duties. The days are very busy.
I am sometimes reminded of work
ing with a threshing machine at
home. When the macliino has
etartcd one must push on his woik,
no let up until the machine stops.
Arthur's lessons take considerable
time, and on the other hand he
relieves mc of many duties I should
otherwise have to look after. He
seems thoroughly content here.
Solomon, our teacher on Losap,
has come over in a canoe bringing
his wife who has lost her mind ;
softening of the brain probably.
She was one of our best women and
her case is very sad. They will go
to Ponape if she lives until the
Morning Star goes again. Wo can
not tell when he will get back into
the work again and we seem to need
him so much. Wo try to make a
trip to some other point once a
week. We go in the boat, some
times all going, sometimes ouly Mr.
Worth and I. Wo usually send
word beforehand so the people may
gather together to meet us. We
have frequently the opportunity to
"tell the story" to those who have
never heard. In 1113' talks at such
times I begin at the foundations,
telling that there is a God, who has
all power, who made all things, who
is our Father, who hates wickedness
and loves righteousness, and will
call all men to account for their
deeds. The life after death, the
mission of Christ, etc., also come in,
and also that the revelation of these
things and of God's will, is written
down in a book, hence our know
ledge of them.
Last week we went to Sopuk at
the east end of Ucla, about ten miles
from home. Wo all went, taking
along a lunch. We started after
breakfast. The wind was northerly,
so we ran around the south side of
the island, and thus had calm water
much of the way. Moses had been
to Sopuk onco or twice, but white
people were a strange hpectacle.
We went to a large canoe house
belonging to the high chief. It is
simply a huge roof, the eaves only a
few feet from the ground. In one
corner thoro was a frail enclosure,
entered by a hole about two feet
bquarc near the ground, out of
which the chief crawled. The people
gazed at us with the same wonder
, with which backwoods people gaze
at a circus, or wild animals in a
menagerie. I talked a while with
the chief, and people who wete pre
sent, and then asked them to send
and gather the people generally,
and especially the women, not one
of whom could bo seen. As it was
now noon we ate our lunch, and this
to the spectators was quite equal to
the second act at the circus. After
lunch, Mrs. Logan with the help of
the children, Mr. Worth, and the
boat's crew, sang several natho
hymns. Tho old chief could not
persuade a single woman to coino
near us. Some children, many of
them naked, came peeping about
with curious eyes, but icady for
ilight at tho least sign of motion on
our part. J'cihnps thiity men
gathered together, to whom i talked
for a half hour, about God, duty,
and the life after death. They lis
tened very attentively, especially
tho old chief. Then Joni, our Mort
loclc boy, talked awhile ; some time
was spent in asking and answering
nucstions, and then wo got ready
iwfor Jho trip home. Two-thirds of
tho way home wo were under the
cc of the islands, but the rest of
the way the boa was quite lougli,
and both Mary and 1 wore quite
There is a district named Mctitu,
about live miles distant on the noith
side of this island. Itanium has
relatives there, so we thought ho
might make a beginning in mis
sionary work there. Wo went
there, talked to the people about the
now religion, and asked them if
they wanted it. One old chief said
lie did not; lie did not dislike us,
but he did not like the now way.
But the people generally, also the
highest chief, said they liked the
"latnalam," and would be glad of
a teacher. I told them that if they
wanted to bo taught they must set
apart a piece of laud for the use of a
teaeher and to build a chinch upon,
and then set to work to build n church.
They said llicy would, but I wanted
(o see how much they cared about
il, so 1 (old (hem (o (alk il over
among themselves, and then come to
Auapauu, and tell us. This was Fri
day. The next Monday, Uitep, the
piiucipal chief, came saying that
they would give the land and build
the church. The next Friday we
went to Metilu, and they gave a
piece of land, quite large and well
situated. A few days later they
came to borrow an axe to cut timber
with. Ksaiam will go and stay with
them part of the lime, preach and
teach school and we hope ultimately
settle with them.
(Y'o lie continued.')
T 1IKUEBY icsprctfully notify my
X friends and tin; public in general,
that I have removed mj hushics to tliu
Hawaiian Carr'ao Mitnufiieturlnj; Co.,
where 1 can bo lonnd to attend to my
customers ns usual. Soliciting a emu
titmuiice of their patronage, and thank
ing tho public for past favor,
I tun, most tdnccrclv voium,
Honolulu, April 21) ltS. Wl! tin
I?OK SALE n Y
jNo. 1 0 Store,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wtiirli I)oo Jersey Gloves,
Sash and other Ribbons
318 iHteat style.
WE LEAD !
Others Follow !
II Yota. "Waait
Eine Ice Cream,
CA.Iti:!S anil OA.:V O J J3H,
Ice Cream Parlors
S3 Hotel Street, near Fort.
oi'i:n daily until 11 r.11.
Mutual 033, "a (13) E&- Hull 181!
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lumotmile, Aeiatcd Waters of
all kindrj, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
Ws Use Patent Stoprs
in all our Dottles.
Wo invito paitieular iiifniiioii to our
Patent l''lltcr, recently mtiodiiced, by
which all waters' used in our nianufnc
turo ia abs-olutcly field funn all im
purities. Wo deliver our Goods freo of chnrgu
to all parts of the city. We gunianteo
our Goods to be the best in the market.
Careful attention imld to Island Oiricis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Hox Ii07, Honolulu.
(ull Telephone : : 08
Mutual Telephone : )
CSV" Oidcis lull with Iieu'on. Smith &
Co., No. 11 Foit Stteet, will leceivo
We. also, aio Agents for tho ea)o
of J. W. Ilium's '
lflfl of lii own munuliie.turo. Dm
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living &x Years Without
Going to IJed.
Mil. Ennou; Whilo spending a few
days at the pleasant seiihhlu town of
AbciyHtwilh, Caidinantdiiro, Wales, I
heard related what beamed to mu cither
a fabulous story or a lnarvollous euro.
TheUory wus that a poor Biiflerer who
had not been able to llo down iu led for
six long years, jjlvcu up to dio by nil tho
Dbctuis, hnd been Bjnedlly cuicd by
some Patent Medicine. It was lelalcd
with the inure Implicit confidence from
the elreuiii'Uaiice, as wo fiilii. that the
Vlcur of Llanrystvd wn familiar with
the fact", mid eouid vouch for tho truth
of the report.
HaviiiL' 11 little curiosity to know how
such Ptotlui urow in travelling, I tool:
the libei ty while at the village of Man-
lystVd to call upon tho Vicar, the Hov.
T. I'Jvans, and to rurnilic about thli
wonderful cure. Though a total stran.
fjei- to him, both he and bin wife most
"niuloufly euterlalmd me iu a half
hum's cmivdgnllon, pi Inclpally touching
the eano of Mr. Pugh, In which they
teemed to liiUo a deep and sympathetic
lnteicst, having been familiar with Ids
siillerlngs, and now rejoiced Iu what
seemed to them a most lemarkableciire.
The Vicar lemarked that he presumed
his name had been connected with the
report from his having mentioned the
ease to Mr. .lohu Thomas, a chciuUl of
hlniion. lie said Mr. Pugh was former.
Iv a losidrntof their parish, but was now
living In the p.iriidi of Manddeiuol.
lie strongly ouchcd Mr. Win. Pugh's
eluiiHoler as a iipertalilc fanner ami
woitliy of ciedil. 1 lull the venerable
Viear'with a livelier eu'o nl II 11 happy
relation of a pastor ami people, feeling
Ih.il lie w.i line who tiuly Hjmpnthbcil
with all who .iionlllickd "in mind, both,
On my return to Abeiyhlwith, I wan
Impressed with a di-Mrc to i-ee .Mr. Putdi,
wIium! icpulallon stood so high. His
f.irm is culled Piuii'iini-M iwr, signifying
"abuve the dingle," Hunted near tin
summit of a smooth loiind hill, over
looking a beautiful valley In which Is
sllitiileil the lovely lvyinantled Church
of Uaiuldelnol. I found Mr. Pugh,
npparuntly about 40 years old. of medium
heiL'ht. ra'lher sllulit. . illi a ilon-iit uttil
Intelligent face. I told him 1 had heaid
of his great alllietlon and of his remark,
able 11 ml almost niinieiilous rellif, and
that 1 hud tome to learn fioin his own
lip, what limit wus of tiuth in there,
Mr. Pugh remarked that his neigh,
born hud taken a kindly and symp
athetic lutciest In Ills, ease lor many
year., but of late their interest had been
giealiy awakened by a happy change in
his condition. What you tepoit as hav.
ing hcatd abroad, mid lie, Is Biibstuut.
ially true, with one exception. 1 never
umlcMtood that my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have been treated by ev ml Doctors
hereabouts, as good as any In Wales, but
unfortunately no prcseiipilon of theirs
(,ver brought thedesiied relief.
Fifteen' yeats ago, he s.iid, I flr.st be.
came (O ltoiou.s of a four mid deranged
btoiniicli anil los of appetite, which the
Hucim1, told me was Dyspepsia. What
food I could hold in my stomach seem,
ed to do 111c no good and was often
tin own up with painful 1 etchings. This
was tollowcd after a time with 11 Iioium'-
ness and a raw borcness of the tluoal
which the Doctois called bronchitis,
and I was treated for that, but with
little success. Then came shoitncss of
breath and a sense of suffocation, c?pe.
dally nights, with clammy sweat, and 1
would have to get out of bed and some,
times open a door or window in winter
weather to till my lungs with tho cold
About six ycais ago I became so bad
thai I could not sleep in bed, but had to
take my unquiet rent and drcainj sleep
bitting in an armchair. My alllietlon
seemed to bo woiking downwind Into
my bowels ai well as upwiuds into my
lungs mid throat. In the violent cough
ing spasms which grew moro frequent,
tnv aijilomcn would expand and collapse
and at times il would seem that 1 should
sullbcate. All this time 1 was minced
in strength so that 1 could perforin no
hard labor and my spiilts were cone.
queutly much depressed.
Early In this lust spring I hud a still
moro bcvcrc spasmodic attucl:, and my
family and ncighhois became alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not sur
vive, when a neighbor, who had sonic
knowledge, or had heaid of tho medi
due, sent to Aberystwith by the driver
of the Oinnilms Post, sonio seven miles
distant, and lctclied a bottle of Mother
Seigcl's Curative Syrup.
This medicine they administered to
mo aceoiding to tho directions, when to
their sin prise and delight no less than
my own, tho spasm ccnsLd. I became at
ease, and my stomach was calmed. My
bowels weie moved as by a gentle
cathartic, and 1 felt a sense of quiet
comfort all through such as I had not
before realized in many years. I eould
wnlk around the house and breathe
comfortably in a few limns after I hnd
taken the medicine. I have continued
to take tho medicine dally now for
something over two mouths, audi can
lie down and sleep sweetly at nights
and have not since had a recurienccof
those tcrrlblu spasms and sweatings. I
liivc been so long broken down and re
duced in my whole system that I havo
not tried to perform any very hard out
door labor, deeming it best to be pru.
dent lest by over.exeilion I may do my.
self injury bofoio my strength is fully
restoied. I feel that my stomach anil
bowels havu been and arc being thor.
oughly icnovated and renewed by tho
medicine. Iu fact I iccl liko a new
man. 1 havo been much congratulated by
my ncldibiis, especially by tho good
Vicar of Llaniystyd, who with his syni.
pathetic wife have come tin eo mile's to
shed teais of joy on my iccoYcry.
1 bade Mr. Pugh good-bye, happy that
even one at least among thousands had
found a leiuedy for an aggiavating dis.
Itflkving this rcmaikablo case of
Dyspeptic Asthma should he known to
the public, I beg to submit the above
facts 11s they arc lolated to me
!0 It wlyl F. T. W.
IN consequence of having been burned
out I beg to notify my ft lends and
tho public In general, that I have re
moved to 100 Niiuauu street, next to the
Commercial Hotel. Coftce and Lunch
at all hours, as before.
:i22lm THOMAS MUI.DOON.
AHOY to attend Gulden work, clean
Horse and Iluggy, ami dilvo a
little. A good homo otl'ered, and $10 a
month. Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
311 Gen'l Business Agent.
For Family Use,
Salmon Bellies, in 25 & 50-lb. Kits,
Salmon Tips, in 25-lb. Kits,
Codfish, in 25-lb. Kits,
ALSO, ON HAND,
Plantation Salmon, Bbls. & Tioroos,
I'he above are of Into arrivals, and
guaranteed In good oidcr. For sale by
1103 Im OABTLE & COOKE.
IMPOUTKK8 AD DHAI.KUH IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST COKNEH FOKT AND KING STKEETS.
New Goods neoived by ow ly Packet from tbu Eastern SUiUm and Kurope.
Fresh California Produce by in cry Steamer. All nulcrs faithfully attended to.
and floods delivered to any p.irt ol the citv free of charge. Ishinil oiders roll,
cited. Satisfaction guarantied. Post OIllcc Uo. 1 l!i. Telephone No. 112. 108 ly
P. O. Hox 2!)7.
LEWIS & GO., GROCERS,
111 lTort. Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on tho way. Just recelvul ICegs Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land If firings, kegs Tilpp, kegs German Pickle-, k",'s Mlxnl Pickles, kits
Salmon Hcllics, kits Mitukeiel, kegs Family Purl., kegs Corned llecf. For
llrcaktii'l White 0.it, (ifimeii; Hieiikfnst Gem and Shrtded Maize. Also, a
line lolof New Zealand mid Poitlann I'imcIiIiIow Potatoes always on Iriml.
The ery best of ISLAND MMTKIt, ph my for (wiylmd).
Pi'coest low and M:u2in
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Impoi'lei mill JO oilier in
STOVES, CWAMD&UE&S, $&MPS,
OHOOKF.llY, GLASfaViAliK, HOUSE FUltNlMlINU HAP.DWAItE,
AGATE IKON AND T1NWAHE
Agent Hall's Safe
ES? Store formerly occupied by !-. X
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened 0111 a large and can-fully selected stunk of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Mado Clothing, and Hats and Caps
In all lie Latest Styles anfl Patterns.
EST" Paitieular attention is called toon elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
JOHN I0TT, lo. 8 KaatoMi Street
r i 3fetal,i'ri'J::CJfr(v f ant 'S'Awtvyxi rr-
rf) r' w-kw "&.?' Wwh CD
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
- fiut iitraiU'('l.
md Lock Company.
-osite Spreckels & Co.'s Hank. "TiSu
April 5th, 1886,
A GOOD, sober, reliable, steady man,
one used to tho country. To take
care of horses, milk, a few cows, mid at
tend to grounds at a private residence
on Maul. Nono need npply unless fully
able to meet the above rcqiiiiements.
Wages, S'.Ti a month, board and lodging.
Apply to .I.E.WISEMAN,
I U14 Gcn'l Business Agent.
FIRE, FIRE !
HAVING hcen obliged (on short
notice by the nbove element) to
move to bonie other quarters, we would
thercfoio notify our patrons, and all
thosii that wish us well, that weaie now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
where wo shall ho prepared to llll
Groceries k Provisions,
aho, iu the Feed line, as
Oiders solicited, prompt attention and
inlr prices guaranteed.
K(2r Hell Telephone 349, Mutual Tele
Wine and Spirit
HO. JE ROHANT JS
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lacliman & Co.'s California Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 Brandy,
J. Pcllison's 7 and 10.ycar.old Brandy,
J. J. Melchcr's "Elephant" Gin,
H. Vt SMITH A CO.'S
"TMstle Dew" Wniskey,
Coites & Co.'s 'Plymouth" Gin, etc.
A rULI. LINK OF THK
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
SI'IltlTB, LIQVF.UItS, KTC.,
constantly on hand and for sail at the
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 3G2.
Both Tel., No. 40.
Will bo open every atte'rnoon and even,
ing as follows:
tiny ami Hnturilny IIvoiilngM.
To the public in general.
JJ'K I1XA.Y EVENINGS,
For ladles nnd gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen nnd children.
W1LLIA3I WALL, Mnnnfror.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tin Pacific Transfer Co.
Olllco with O. K. Miller,
12 Merchant Street,
Bell Tol., 377, Mutual Tel., 301.
I am fully piepnrcd to do all kinds of
drayage, hauling or moving work, all of
which 1 will guarantee to exeeuto faith
62 ly S. F, GRAHAM, Prop'r,
' osemite Skating Rink,
ex bark .Ta. S Stone,
At: Assoui mi:nt ok
In part as follows, viz:
Open Ivers Buggies
Top Brewster Hox Uugnlcs,
Top lliewster Pbneton lluggics,
Open Demoernt Wagons,
Canopy Top Wagons,
Extension Top Cabriolets,
Hand Carts and Mule Carts.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu, April 1.1, 18H f02 1m
EUSTACE ft ROBERTSON
X It. ,V V M. 1C IV .
ALL unlets for Cartaye pi omptly at
tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods In tianslt to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest pi Ices
OIHce, adjoining E. 1 Adams & Uo.'s
982 ly Mutual Telephone No. 19.
St'm Candy Factory
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu and Foit Sts.
Has aiwnys on hand the largest Slock
of Candies, both Plain and Fancy, guar
anteed to be STHICTLY PUKE
"WlioleHiil uimI Xteta.il.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Sizes always on hand, ornamented
in any Style.
Pastries of All Description Made. to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day.
Bell and Mutual Telephone, No. 74.
P. O .Box No. 75. 108
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
f Jjtvp Manufacturer.
Tho highest Cabli value for any quan.
tlty of Ttillow.
Honolulu SfiiiinYoiliH, XiClco
Bell Telephone 2!. P. O. Box 4.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the first Monday
following the arrival of the Alameda
and Maiiposa on the 8th and 22ud of
Tho steamer Kinim will make th&
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights at tho Volcano
When the 8th and 22nd of the month
fall on Monday, the Kiuuu will leave
ZST Tlckols lor tho Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Charges."!!
Tho I&iimu will arrive iu Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
IIIIii Trips, will leavo Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Buturduv morn
nigs. WILDER'S STMSI1IP CO.
Honolulu, Kept. 14, 18S5. 124 tf
AvrLDiart's s. s. co.
Leaves Honolulu oach Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lalmiim, Mnn
laea Bay, Makona, Mahukona, Ka
walhuo, Laupahoohoo and Hilo.
Itotunilng, will touch at all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
Queen St., noxt Bulletin Olllce.
Horses broken to Sad"
din and Harness,
TlApuna linnvtlml 1... ll. .
Uncs Clipped. C2T Telephone 181
tiers Snip Co.