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these small leak that made Gov
crmnuiil expensive. Tho olllcer Imd
no icnt to 11113 mid required no mes
senger. Hep. Thurston rmlil thnt above
$280 spent llio hist puilotl there was
nothing that would I10 nceessnry the
coining pciiod, thorofofo he moved
that the item lie SnOO.
Passed 11 1 $f00.
Completion of new I'ollco
Building, Honolulu 020,000 00
Hop. Kniiltikou remarked on the
absence of tho -Minister of the Inte
rior, hut said if the money uns duo
it would have to ho provided.
Minister Gibson bald theru was
823,000 duo, and 815,000 11101c ho
tiudeistnnd would bo icquiied.
Hep. Dickey moved it be $-.J,-000,
tho amount due.
Minister Neumann hoped the
house would nppropiiatc the amount
named in the bill. This was not a
salary, but a necessary expenditure.
Hep. Thurston wanted some ox
plonation. The sum of 810,000 was
appropriated hist session for these
buildings, that money had all been
spent, and hero was n request
for S2G,000 more. If the Leg
islature oppropriatcd a ceitain
amount and tho Government ex
ceeded that, power was entirely
taken out of the hands of the Legis
lature to say how money was to bo
spent. Last session tho lion. Noble
AVidcmann said if the Assembly was
going to maintain any power, it
would have to keep its hand on tho
mouth of the purse. Just as soon
us their hands were taken from the
mouth of the purse down would go
tho hands of the Ministcts after tho
money. That was the only contiol
they had over the Ministry. If they
gave tho Ministers nnythmg they
wanted, the latter would go on and
do anything they pleased. In addi
tion to tho impoitant principle on
which ho had been speaking, thero
had been a great deal of street talk
and sc.mdal in connection with the
way in which that building was con
structed. Ho hud been told thero
were crooked things in connection
with the workt and h was due to
those having it in charge as well as
to the public that there should be an
investigation, and lie therefore
moved that the item bo referred to
a special committee to sec how that
$45,000 had been spent.
Rep. Dole referred to the Minister
of Interior's report, by which it ap
peared that ti contract was made
with E. B. Thomas on April 21,
1884, a few days before last session
began, to build new 1'ollce Court
and Station House, for $10,509, and
that another contract was made,
August 2nd, with John F. Howler,
to erect ooncre'to woik, now Police
Court and Station House, for 850,
200. He could not understand that
two contracts for the same build
ing, lie was infoimed that the
foundations wcio contracted for
separately, but could hardly under
stand that the foundations would
Rep. Keau said this item must be
for some new building the Govern
ment proposed to erect.
Rep. Brown did not think it was
necessary to refer this to n commit
tee. The contract for $10,000, was
for tho building alone. The con
crete walls of the cells was a separ
ate contract. The balance of 815,000
was for furniture and furnishings
for the whole building. Everything
belonging to tho old station was
destroyed in the fire, oven to the
blankets for tho cells. When the
building was erected it was dis
coveied that a receiving room was
entirely forgotten, and that cost
2,400. Ho was satisfied, from
what appeared in the Minister's re
port, thst everything was correct.
Rep. Thurston said the more ho
looked at the figures the more ho
did not understand the item.
The motion to refer to a commit
tee was put and lost. The item was
about being put, when
Hep. Thurston rose, saying ho
thought it should bo only comtcsy
for the Minister of Interior to be
present to explain tho matter, but
thciu his chair was vacant. Ho
knew that money had been paid
which was not in that account. He
collected moiic' on account of tho
work himself in the Interior Depart
ment and ho did not sec it charged.
Without any explanation whatever
they were just going to vote this
lump sum. If it was perfectly
straight ho was as willing' as any
body to vote it, but ho did not want
to vote it blindly. Therefore, lie
moved it ho deferred till tho Minis
ter gave nn explanation.
The motion to defer carried.
Upon the chairman calling for tho
Hop. Aholo said they wero con
sidering tho Appropriation Bill in a
branch of servico under the Interior
Department. They wero not mak
ing satisfactory pi ogress because the
Minister of Interior was not there.
One of the principal reasons for Min
isters having seats in this house was
that they should bo enabled to ex
plain affairs to the other members,
lie thought it was ti eating tho house
with a great deal of discourtesy that
the Minister of Interior was absent
ing liimsolf while appropriations
were being mado in his own depart
ment. It was no use going on with
out tho Minister being there. Ho
thereforo moved tho committee rise.
The report of tho" committee of
tho whoju was .adopted by the As
sembly. Rep. Kaulukou moved tho house
.. adjourn till 10 o'clock to-morrow
mmtttntft wliluli untried- (lit lieUN
i Icing t 0i'16.
Tl'KSDAY, .ll'NH 211, 188(5.
Hiinr W 0 Hall from Windward Polls
tttitit AViiliiinunlo fiom Wiiliuuuulo
Stuir.lusMtikce from AVululua
nk Hydra for Hongkong
Stmr'KItiuu for Windward Port8
Stmr Iwalaul for Kauai
Stmr .Mokolll for Muloknl
Stinr Klluuoa Hon for Windward Ports
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
I5k Hope for San Francisco
Sehr Ltiku for Koholulclc
Sclir Cutrrliia for Wulmunalo
Sehr Nettie Merrill for Lulndn.i
VESSELS M POIIT.
15k Blgl, Zopll
Bk Star of Devon, Moekcts
likltio Morning Star. Turner
Fr peer llummnulu. Ai 111ml
Bilt Ilk Lapwing. Do Oruchy
Haw fedir Jennie Walker, Anderson
Am l)k Hoiu, Pt-nhullnw
Am bktiiuU O Funk, Oliver
Ger sehr Mary C llohm, Moberg
Bgtuc Iieno, Sercndscii
S S Australia, Webber
German bark Furst DNuiarck, from
ltii'incii, due .1 m if. l-'.'O.
Ill It bk llirniab, Jeims, from Glas
gow, due Junu'jr-:i0.
Urlt bk llo of Kiln. Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-01.
Am bk Kdward .May, Johnon, from
Jto-'toti, ilue August 'JU-;n.
II IOMS llliiuirek. from Auckland,
N Z, la Samoa, duo April 'JO-ISO
II I G M S Gnelsonnii, from Auck
land, X 'A, via Samoa, due April 20-30.
II I G M S Olga, from Auckland, NZ,
via Samoa, due April i.'0-UO.
Bilt ship Amatia, from Liverpool, duo
Haw In Ig Alllo Howe, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due June 10-110.
SaCliyof Itlo do Janeiro, from San
FnneUeo, en route to Yokohama aud
Hongkong, due July 8.
Am bin k Auroiafrom Newcastle, X
S W, due July 1-10.
Am bkF i' Sleben, from Newcastle,
NSW, duo July 20-111.
Am bk Holdcn, fiom Newcastle, N S
W, due July 15-20.
Am brig S.dbm, lllake, from San
Fiuntiseo, duo at Kaliuhil, June 20-20.
Ilol baik Don Nicolas Hon, from
Poit Town-end, W T, due July 20-31.
It M S S Alameda (Am). II G Morse,
from the Colonics, en route to San
Fr.iucWco, due July 3.
It M S S Maruro.1 (Brit), James Edle,
from Sail FrunOlsco, en route to tho
Colonics. July 10.
Am sehr Ida Sehnauer, from Eureka,
Cnl, due at Kabiilul, July 20-30.
Am bark Forest Queen, J O M Wind
ing, from Sail FruneKeo, due July 4-10.
Nit: bk Hlmljlo, Howaid. fiom De
parture Hay, M i due June 2.")-:i0.
Am sehr Dora JSlnlim, llliibm, from
Port Townsend, due at Kuliiilul, July
Am elir John G North, Moore, from
Poll Town-end, due at Mahiikonn, July
Am bk C O Wliitinorc, Thompson,
from l'oit Townscnd, W T, due June
From Windwaid Ports, per W G
Hall, June 20 Major W II Cornwcll,
Miss Blanche Comwell, W 11 Cuni
mlnjjs, Mrs J II Cooncy, J M Alexan
der, Hon J Kauliauc, Mrs L Hugo, Mrs
M Akaiimiia. ICong Leong, Mrs AV T
Martin, Mrs Kawcwchl. Mis 11 Kuma
kaii, Mrs S B ICalamaku, Sirs J llon
sarrat and child, Ml-o A Widelleld, Mrs
J W Smithies. Mas W Coney, Peter
I.cc, F A Alexander, Z IC Spaiildlng.
Hon J IC Niihalu, Mrs J II S Martin mid
child, Mrs J Hoick, Mrs Kupcka, II A
Parmalrc, Akami and 74 ilcck.
For Walh.ku, II, 111:1 and ICalmlul, per
steamer Likelikc, Juno 2Sth W G
Ashley and wife, Alex Young, wife and
family, liiother Lambert, J Goodwin,
Mr llanuna and about 50 deck.
CARGOES FROM-ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr AV G Hall 7,153 bags of sugar,
477 bags of awa, 30 bags of coffee,
23 hide, 0 horses, 12 hogs, aud 123
pkgs of blind) les.
Sehr Liika 2,100 bags of sugar.
Tho bail: Uigi, Captain Znptl, arrived
yeteiday, 03 days fiom Newcastle, N
ti W, with 610 tons of coal for Messrs
S G Wilder & Co. She Is anchored lu
The Hall arilvcd at 5 o'clock this
morning to give Migar to tho Australia.
The Hall sails again nn Kildav at ti r.si.
Tho new schooner Mol YValilno Is
knocking spots out of steamer time.
She' arilvcd heio from Sail Francisco on
a Sunday, dUchaigcd her freight and
after loading sailed for Kohalu, Hawaii,
"tin tho following Tuesday. SI10 re
ceived 2.1)50 bags of sugar at Kohala
and letiuncd to Honolulu last Sunday.
Shu sailed again this afternoon for Ko
holalelc. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mi:s.SK9. O. AV. Macfurlano fc Co.'s
credit tale will bo continued to-mor-iow
morning at 10 o'clock.
Tin: steamer AV. G. Hall arrived
this morning at 5 o'clock from Ha
waii and Maui. The puiser reports
pleasant weather. No ruin at Kau :
Tin: Supremo Court opens its July
term on Monday next. Tho Hawai
ian jurors will requite to bo in attend
aneo on Tuesday the Cth.and Foreign
jurors on Monday tho 12th.
1 m ii
I.v yesterday's icport of tho Puna
hou Preparatory School, thu average
mado by Hertha Young ot tno grauu
ating class should bavo been 5)8 in
stead of D5. This pupil's score was
the highest made.
His Kxcellency Paul Neumann,
Hons. F. II. Hayseldon, I). II. Nu
hinii, and G. K. llicbardson, and
Mcsers, .1. (I. Hoapili, and AV. G.
Irwin, have been appointed to
nieinboiship of tho Privy Council by
Hr.simiNTri on Litnalilo strcut com
plain that they have hud no water
tince lust Friday morning. Since tho
weU of Uylni ntw pipes was conv
monoed the water has ben entirely
cut off from that purl of the town,
and a resident says that from the
low manner in whi'di the new pipes
aro being laid, it will take 11 week, or
more, before tho people can get n
diop of the indispensable liquid.
Tin: H. 8. Australia sails for San
Franc'fco Tliurrdny, July 1st, at
noon. Following is a list of passen
gers booked to leave by her: Cnpt.
Godfrey, wife and 2 children, Miss
Cameron, Signor Caiiavurio, 8. Mag
nin, J. P. Olccsc and wife, Miss
Olcese, Miss Finkler, Mrs. Dr.
Tucker and daughter, Miss Ada
Jones, Wong Wa Foy, Lee Mu, S. W.
Parker, wife, nurse nnd 2 children,
J. H. Atlierton, Frank Alexander, J.
H. Olson and wife, J. 11. McChesnoy,
Geo. Sargent, Sam. C. Allen, Brookes
O. Baker, wifo and child, Mrs. Haley,
Mrs. Cartwright, nurso and child,
Bruce Cartwright and wife, W. P.
Thomas, F. Banning and wife, Mrs.
Hulliday, Mrs. Ives, M. Sonisson,
Mr. La'clniian, Mrs. Du Hois, Mrs.
Hcrbcit, A. Kiopp, Dr. Anting, Mr?.
Sargent, Chun. Lux and wife, You
Cha Shi, Mm. M. A. MeCorriston and
Kapiolaxi Bath House, the only
resort in tho city. All kinds of bath
ing apparatus, lw
PiCTinti: Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaiicd,
regilded, etc. King Bios'. Ait Stoic.
CiiAiii.nv dear I You don't forget
to bring 1110 sonio of those nice
French candies arrived per Australia,
for the Elite Ice Ciciini Parlors.
Du. Flint's Hi:aiit Humudv is n
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
capo and alno for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benton "Smith it
Co., Agents. 'l")i
Do try those elegant Tuikisb cigar
ettes at the Central cigar stand.
They aro the finest in tho world, and
nothing like tlietn has ever appeared
in this Market.
01 F. Hiuinn, Manager.
J. A. GoxsALvr.s has t-onio fine
photographs of the b.ibo bull clubs,
tho lunch on tho grass anil other
views taken at tho Union l'icnic,
Juno lltb. AImj views of Kawaiahno
Church and Nino of the finest home
steads of the city. The pictures can
bo bad at tho Y. M. C. A. rooms. 01
Patuonizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. AV. llingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
AVorks, where he is picpared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Thlnnil orders solicited
and piomptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is lcspectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is icquired" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
namo .1. AV. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda AVorks, Hotel street.
MORE FROM THE VOLCANO.
IIov. S. G. Wilder,
Sir: Last evening the crater of
Kilauea awoke from its semi-torpid
state and burst foilli with the activ
ity of former days. The rellcction
is exceedingly bright and it could be
plainly seen through the gap in the
trees while coming up on the Keau
hou road. The lava has rushed buck
with great violence into Hnlcinau
matt proper, and was distinctly seen
by Mr. F. L. Clark and one of our
guides, who descended into the crater
last night. It was bubbling and
gushing, boiling and raging, as if
the goddess Pole had been dis
turbed in her slumber and was vexed.
I remain yours truly, otc.
J. II. Mahy,
Manager of AArilderls S.S. Co.'s
Crater of Kilauea, Juno 2Gth.
SUMMER RESORT ON HAWAII I
There is a fine opportunity for
people who are tired of Honolulu
dust and want some fresh air and
comfortablo rest for a. month or two,
to enjoy these ntlhe Halfway-House
on Hawaii. Tills house is built as a
resting plncc for tourists on their
way to tho Volcano, and is acknow
ledged among all the traveling peo
ple as a charming little spot. It is
situated halfway between the II. A.
Co.'s plantation at Pahnhi and tho
Volcano. Passengers aro landed at
Piinnliiu every AVcdtiesduy and
Saturday, and will find thero a first
class hotel in every respect. Having
had 11 good rest there after tlto sea
trip, they will be transported to
Pahala on tramway and further on
carriage to tho Halfway-House. Tho
whole triii from Ptinultiu will only
take .'! hours, nnd Is nothing but
real pleasure. It'is not like driving
on a hard dusty country road, but
one continuous carpet of soft grass.
The surroundings of the Halfway
House are beautiful, lying right in
the woods of evcrblooming Ohhi nnd
Mamane, witli the majestic Mauna
loa nbovc, and views to tho ocean
on the other side. Tho climate is
excellent and for sickly people the
place is really a buuntorium. The
nights are nico and cool, and your
sleep is not disturbed by mosquitoes
and nothing can bo more refreshing
and in vigorating than 11 morning
wnlk among the trees, inhaling tho
delicious balmy air, and listening to
tho music of twittering birds. Hero
are all varieties of ferns and many
wonderful caves, and everything to
attract attention of 'those who have
u little interest in studying and en
joying nature. Good animals tiro
always at hand, so u splendid rido
can bo had wheucver wanted, and
also a new elegant brake will be at
tho disposal of tho guests. Aa mon-
tlonsd biforot thi Itftlffffty.Homn U
only n abort distance from the
Volcano, so no better opportunity
can bo had to visit this wonder of
the world. The house Itself is nicely
put up uith comfoitublc rooms mid
beds, and first class meals will
always bo served ot a moderate nite.
The charge will bo 82A per day
including everything. .T.M. Lit..
Hiiny up, come on. arouo yourself,
Tluow pun ami Ink and books on shelf 1
Let business rest, mid all Its bother,
lie left behind to Eomeoiic other.
If you are sick or poor of health;
And want to spare some of your wealth,
You better lcac the city get away I
And try the Hulfway-House without
Hurry up old boy and leave the city.
It Is Indeed too big 11 pity,
To see you hiT() In dust and sun,
Come to the Halfwuy-Housc, that's
THE BASEBALL MATCH.
Last Saturday's baseball match
was marked with various features of
peculiar interest. At first it looked
as if the Hawaii was going to com
pletely overwhelm tho llcnedlct. Tho
latter did not have its crack pitcher,
Wall, 011 the ground till the begin
ning of the fifth liming, but after he
came the Hawaii did not score a
run, except one in the fifth, till the
close of the ninth. So much had
the Benedict to overtake, however,
that tho game was a tie at the end
of tho regulation match, and the
clubs had to play off in tenth in
nings to decide the day. The Hawaii
had a fine nine in the field, all ex
cept Perry, U dashing batter and
runner, having been old players of
the season. The Benedicts catcher,
Chan. Wilder, wns absent from in
disposition, and AVodeliouse of the
Honolulu club acted as his substi
tute. It had another new man in
Booth, who twice made two-base
hits, but was unfortunate at other
strong lilts in being caught on Hies.
Lyons pitched till Wall came, Board
man taking Ills place in light field.
Hawaii went first to bat, and runs
were made by Desha, Perry, Moc
honua, Ivahai, Bright, Morton Fried
cuberg, and Kaiu. In the third
inning Kaluii and Bright scored;
fifth, Perry; tenth, Ivahai, Bright,
Morton, and Friedenberg.
The Benedict's thicc inns in first
inning were made by Chas. Wilder,
Kinney, and AA'odehouso ; one in
third by AVodehouso ; three in sixth
by AVodeliouse, Lishman, and Lyons ;
six in seventh by Chas. Wilder.
Kinney, J. AAMntcr, AVodeliouse,
Lishman, and Booth ; one in eighth
by Kinney; three in tenth by F.
Winter, Wall, and Wilder.
The friends of the Hawaii were
jubilant at the execution of that
club in tho early part of the game,
and correspondingly depressed as
the Benedict caught up ; but their
enthusiasm was unbounded when
the opposing club failed to rcah their
fine score in tho tenth, and the Ha
waii had the day by 20 to 11).
AA'hcre a Judge lays down the law
lawyers should take it up. fN. O.
The hare is hunted by the hounds,
but the Welsh rarebit is followed by
The best way to expand the chest
is to have a good large heart inside.
It beats all sorts of gymnastics.
"Ten years for bribery" is not n
favorite theme of conversation among
the Chicago Aldermen. Chicago
A Woman's Sifcriugs aud
A. Voice Troiii A.UHtrIn.
Ncar the village of ZUllngdorf, In
Lower Austria, lives Maria Ibias, an in
telligent and industrious woman, wlioo
story of physical sullo-lng and Una! ro
lief, as related by heiself, Is of interest
to English women. "I was employed,"
she fays, " in the work of a largo farm
limiio. Over-work brought nn sick
headache, followed by n deathly faint
ing and sickuci-s of tho stomath, until 1
wa unable to retain either food or
drink. I was compclltd to take to my
bed for several weeks. Getting a little
better fiom lest and ipilei, I sought t
do some work, but was soon taken with
a pain in my side, which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This was followed by a cough uud
shortness of breath, until dually I could
not sow, and I took to my bed for the
second, and, us 1 thought, for tho last
time. My friends told 1 e that my time
had r early come, and that I could not
live longer than when the trees put on
their green nee mure. Then I happen,
cd lo get ono of tho Scigel pumplilets.
I read tl, and my dear mother bought
1110 a bottle of Beigel's Syrup, which I
took exactly uccordlug to directions,
aud I had not taken the whole of it he.
fore I felt a great change for tho better.
My lust illness began June ,1682, and
continued to Auuust Oth, when 1 began
lo tako the Syrup. Very soou 1 could
do a little light work. Tho cough left
me, and 1 was no more troubled in
b cat bl tig. Now 1 am perfectly cured.
And oh, how hannv I am I I cannot ex.
press gratitude enough for Selgcl's
Syrup. Now I must t01 you that tho
ductoiB In ourdlituct distributed hand,
bills cautioning people against the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no goon, anu many wero incrciiy inuu.
tnctd to destroy tho Selgel pamphlets;
hut now. wheiuver one is to lit) found, It
Is kept like a relic. Thu fow proeived
aro borrowed to read, uud I have lent
mine lor six miles around our district.
People huvu come eighteen miles to get
mo to buy tb" medicine for them, know,
log that it cured me, and to be sure to
gel tho right kind. I known woman
who was looking Ilku death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
Unit shu had consulted several doctors,
hut none could help her. 1 told her of
Selgcl's Syrup, and wrnto tho nuinu
down for her that sho might maku no
mistake. Shu took my uilvlco and tho
Syrup, and now she is in perfect health,
aud tho people around us aro umazed.
0 1 aud OU
AVe aro pleased to announce tho arrival of our lrameii90 lntgo Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, BUm,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing G-oods,
aud uro now ctTuting uaptectdented and uuih idled Bargains lu all ourdtpartm'ti
Letting Down the Price.
Juet received, 100 pieces of very lino Victoria Lawn at 3 apiece, 10 yards; a very
hiru nMirtnient of new Spring stjlcs in Lawns, 4-4 Batiste, Sateens, plajn
llguiid and hroended, white Pique and a full line of Brers Goods, the latest out.
JLja-oe lEScMiele, Ladies' Tricot Olotli
in tdl the now shades; 40 doz Lndics Lisle Thread Hofo at 40 cents,
thu best valuo ever offered.
Just received, all the latest stiles in Iloys and Children's bulls; Orent Bargalui,
Boys Ulue Flanel Sailor Hulls at $2.G0 a Suit. Just recehed, direct from
lilies' Men's, Misses'
w hlch we ofl'cr at
2or s. COHN
Thu invillclne has 111 uli- such progress
in our neighborhood that people say
they don't want the doctor any more,
but thev lake i)ieSyrp. Siilletcrs from
gout who were coulliicd lo their bed anil
could hardly move 11 linger, have been
cured bv it. Thcio Is a girl lu our dl
trict who caught a cold by going
through feme Mater, mid was in bed live
years with rnstlveness and rheumatic
paln, and had to have 1111 attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
In tho suriotindhig districts to whom
her mother bad not applied to relieve
Iter child, but every one crosed tliem.
selves and said ihcy could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which Is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, wu thought surely it was for her,
but Selgcl's byrup and Pills saved her
life, anil now shu Is as hcallby as any.
body, goc-i to chinch, and can work
even in tho Held:!. Everybody was as.
touched when they saw fier out, know
ing how umny years she had beeu In
bed. To-dav sbo adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies and Selgcl's
Syrup. Mama Haas."
Tho people of England ipeak confirm,
lug the above.
A-I'Um' Miiiiv VrnrM.
" AVhillle.li' AVoods, near Chotley,
"December SO, 181.
" Dear Sb, Mother Sulgel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all Unit try
it speak highly lu its favor. AVe had u
case of a young hidv that h.id bi'cn Iron,
bled many years Willi pains after eating.
She tells us that tho pains were entirely
taken away after a lew doses of your
medicine Yours truly, E. Pi:kl."
..YI'Ut HoVctjiI Yciiph.
"Stoko Ferry, .January 0th. 1881.
"Gentlemen, I have used Siegel's
Svrun forscveial veins, and buvo found
It 11 mott olUcuclous remedy for Liver
complaints aud general debility, and I
always Keep soinu by me, ami cannot
speak too highly in its praise. I re
main, jours truly, Harriett King."
A.l"tT HtxtiMJii Youi'rt.
"Qj, Ncvgate Stieet, Worksop, Notts,
"December 20th, lfc8J.
"Gentlemen, It Is with tho greatest
of plciisuro I accord my testimony as to
tho elUoacy of Mother Selgcl's byrup.
My wife, who has sulVered from acute
Dyspepsia for over sixteen years, is now
perfectly better through tho sulo help
of your Sy up. 1 have bent pounds In
nicdiclucH 1,'oni doetots In fact, I be.
gau to think she was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine wus tried.
I remain, yours, thankfully.
Tim J3HVutH liuvcs lfcii
" Ilford Pond Dispcmaiy, Duklnllcld,
May 3, 188-1.
" Dear Sir, l urn lumpy to Inform
you ileit tho salu of your byrup and Pills
increases here continually. Severnl of
my customers speak of having derived
more benelll from tho use of theso than
fiom any other medicine. In some In
btunres tho cilects huvu been wonderful.
Your very fespert fully,
It wlyj Piio. Edwin Eastwood. .I.E."
ADIVIDKNDof 5 percent, per Shore
Is dun and pa) able lo the Slock,
holders of the Koloa Sugar Co. at the
olllf r of l llHckfeld ii Co. on June SO,
IHV,. .1 P. HAOKPMiD,
CO at Treasurer.
MONTHLY DIVIDEND of $3 a
.Share Is duo and payable upon
the Stock of lUs Hawaiian Agricultural
Co., at tho ol'.lce of (J. Ilrewer Ss Co.,
TO-MOltUOAV, Ihu SOih June. Per
order, .KjSEPII O. CAUTEIt,
Sociclury Hawaiian Agricultural Co
Honolulu, Juno it), 18SU. CO
A QUAE I'lltLY DIVIDEND of $3 a
bhurn Is duo and pujahln upon
the Stock of the C. llrower & Co., TO.
MOKUOW, .I11110 ::0th, at thu oluuo of
tho Company 011 Quetu street.
JOShPIl (). OAItTEH,
Sicrelary O. llruwer & Co.
Honolulu, .1 11110 SI, 18-0. ct5
rpilE undersigned hereby gives notice
X lhat he has purchased from Mr.
AV. AV. Wright nil of the said V. W.
AVrlght's inierct In thu llrm of AVhlU
man & Wilght, and 110 iccelpts or obli
gations on behalf of tliuenld llrm will,
irom this dulu, he valid except signed
by S. M. WHITMAN.
Honolulu, June S8, 1S&0. GO
ROOMS TO LET,
' LEAN, cool, comfoi table, furnished
ltooms to let, at moderate ratis, nt
18 and 100 Hotel street. 53 lm
$100 nnd upwards.
IN ainnniiiH of
required. Apply to
.1. AEF HED MAUOUN.
05lf 42 Merchant ttreel, Honolulu
alii Children's Shots,
& CO., Proprietors.
Regular Cash Sale.
On THURSDAY, July 1,
at JO a.m., I will sell nt auction, at my
alcsroome a general Assortment of
Also, Jewelry: also 1 Splendid Up
right Piano (now) cost in Now
York $.100, 1 Organ Melo.
dcou in good order, and
Sundry Effects from an In
By order of tho British Consulate.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
002 1 Auctioneer.
Tho Grand Work Finished.
Gen. Gran t's Memoirs.
Both volumc3 aro ready for delivery.
The press all ovor the world speak in
admirable terms of the bonks. Send
in your name to tho undersigned und
secure a set.
Pi ices of iho two volumes (complete
set) are as follows;
In lino cloth binding, plain edges
f 0.00 per set
In full sheep binding, Library
atyle, marbled edges.. fllCOpcrtet
In fine half morocco binding, mar
bled edges t'.t.OOper set
In full Turkey morroece, beveled
boards, toll gilt back and
edges $20.00 per set
In three cult $::7.00per set
J. E. AV1SEMAN. General Business
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorized
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands. CO lm
AQUAETERLY DIVIDEND OF
Tlirco Dollars ($:).00) per share,
will bo paid to the Stockholders of
AVIIder Steamship Co., limited, on Wed.
nctday, Juno 00, 1880, at tho olllco of the
Company. B. ii. KOSE,
Honolulu, Juuo 23, 18&C. Secretary.
-t MAONEALE & URBAN No. 12 Safe
JL In good order. Cost, 2 years ago,
new, $00. Sell for $130 cash. 1 Up
right "Bordc" Piano In good order.
Cost, when now, $350. will sell for
$200; guaranteed. Apply at once.
J. E. AVISEMAN,
65 2w General Business Agent.
THE GYMNASIUM PREMISES on
Fort street, lot 58 feet by 105 feet,
Building U0 feet by 84 feet. This is a
very deBiruble place for a private rcsi
deuce or Lodging House, and will bo
sold at a reasonable figure. Inquire of
Treasurer Honolulu Athletic Assoc ia
Burnt Out but Not Dead !
Ryan's But-Bdlliu Slop
Is now adjoining the rear of
AS complaints have reached mo of
late from some of my customers
that thoy can purchase Hawaiian-made
Soup cheaper than I have been selling
it, I beg to state that I havo always
transacted my business in a fair and
straightforward wuy, charglnc tho same
price to all alike, and selling at a
moderate rate; und at the samo time I
would inform my customers and tho
public that from and after this date my
prico will be $7 per 100 lbs.
T. AV. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Boap AVorks, Lcleo, Houo
I11I11, June 21st. 59
BY 0 Portuguese and his wifo, with
out children, a situation in tho city
or its environs, in a guiitleinn's rest,
denee, where the mun can muko him
self generully useful, by attending to
the garden, taking ciru of the aulmula,
horses or cows, etc.. whilst his wife will
attend to the wushlng and Ironing and
other tares of the household. For refer,
euces, upply to
MESSRS. CIONZALVES & CO ,
03 81 Beaver Block, Honolulu.
PMMHil, 1 liu m WB3inr,f VKVSKfi
Trustee's Sale !
Ily order of A J. Cartwright, 8r., the
duly appointed Eiccutor and Ttiulco of
tho lust will and testament of Emma
Kalclconalaul, dcccacd, and under
Ilceoeo of the Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian Islands, sitting as a Court of
Probalp, wo ate directed to sell at pub.
He auction, at our Salesroom, in IIouu.
the Oth Day of July, 188U,
at 13 M. of that day, all the right, title
and Interest of the said A. J. Cart
wrlght, Sr., as such Executor and Trus
tee as aforesaid, and all the right, title
and Interest which the said Emma Ka
lclconahuil had at tho time of her de
cease, of, in and to that certain piece or
parcel of land, known as tho
sltimto In tho District of Kona, Island of
Kauai, and containing an
Aren of tf.OOO Acrcn,
more or Ices, as dccrilied In ltoynl Pa.
tent No. -ITjie, Mahelc Award 43,
at the Upset Prico or Sum of $22,000 ;
and also that certain piece or parcel of
land situate In Nutianu A'allcy, Hono.
lulu, Hand of Oahu. and known a
and being the premise1 formerly occu
pled by AV. E. Oreen, Esq., a a private
EST For further parMeulars, apply to
A. .1. Cartwright. Sr., or
ADAMS & CO.,
By order of .). F. lluekfold, Admlnls
trator of tho Estate of Conrad Menke,
deceased, we have been directed to sell
at public auction, ot our S.iIcmopiii, in
On MONDAY, .Inly 1 2th,
at 12 o'clock, noon, of thut day,
If not previously disposed of,
400 Shares in the
iSliccii Station Co.,
of Hiimuulu, Hnwuil.
The total Capital Stock of the Hiimuulu
Sheep Station Co. omouuts to I 000
Shares at the
Par Value of $ I OO each.
Tho Company owns the valuable sheep
ranch situate on the Mopes of Mauna
kca and Mauualoa, known as the Huntu
ula Sheep Station; tho total area or land,
hold under a lease fiom the Crown Com
mlssloners for nn unexpired term of
about 22 years, Is IC0.0C0 acres nuiro or
less, a largo part of which is beautiful
pasture laud; thcic arc
About 18,000 Sheep
more or less, also a largo number of
Horses aud wild Cattle on tho binds.
Tho Sharo will bo sold with pilvllego
to tike 0 to 400 Shares.
Tho above bale U mndo for the pur
posu of settling tho estato of said C.
.Menke, dece'isid, and will be without
BQT The terms of tho sale are Cash.
For lurther partlrulars, upply to .1. F.
Huckfeld, nt the ofllco of H.ickfeld &
Co., Honolulu, or
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
57 coil Auctioneers.
By order of J. F. Hnckfeld, Esq., tho
duly appointed Assignee of the Bank
rupl Estate of T. IC. Clarke of Kipahulu,
Maui, acting under authority of an or
der of tho Supremn Court dated June 8,
1880, woarodliectcd to sell at Public
auction, at our Salcsreom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July JO, '8G,,
at 12 o'clock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. F. Hnckfeld as surh
Assignee, of. In and to the
sllunle ut Kipahulu, Maui, heretofore
belonging to tho said T. lv. Clarke.
The said Plantation comprbes al out
ItiOO aeies of Land hi feu simple, und
about 1300 acris of Leased Lund; there
uro ubutit 7 fcOO ncres of Land available
for cane cultivation; about ISO acres of
Plant Cane und about 140 acres of 1 and
2 Balloons uro now growing for the
next crop to come oil' trom, sny, Decern
ber, 16S0, to ubout May, lb87. There
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 YoarlingB,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and somo
on the Plantution all branded TKC, ulfo
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mulo Carts, Plows and
othor Implements & Tools
generally used on a BUgar plantation.
The larger part of tho Cane, when har
vested, can be conveyed to the mill by
Theru is u good substantial lauding
bridge, in which tho Plantation holds u
half lutciest. Also, a Donkey Engitia
and Incline track connected with the
The Plantation Is in good running
order and a new crop Is being put in at
Bar Tho terms of tho Sulo are CASH,
aud iho Deeds ate at thu expense of the
For all further particulars apply to
J. F. Hackfvhl, Honolulu, or to OSCAU
UNNA at Kipahulu, Maul.
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
55 td ' Auctioneers.
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