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MONDAY, JULY 12 188G.
Stmr Jns Mnkco from Kauai
Stmr Llkollko from Kaluiltil
Stmr C H Bishop from Mokuloln
Stmr Wnlmniinln fioin Wnliuamilo
fUnir Mokolll from Molokal
Am Ser .1 O North, Moore, 2;)
from Mnlmkoiiii, Hawaii.
Selir Mnry Foster from AVahnea.
Schr l.ealil from Hnnalcl
Selir Waloliu from Kuan
fcclir Khukal from AVahiluu
Selir Canute from Illlo
Schr Nettle Merrill from Luliuiiia
Selir I.uka froln h'nhnlalele
SohrMuntioknwuI from Waiamiu
Slier ICawallaul from Koolau
Stmr Iwnlanl for Kauai at ri,p m
Stmr KInau for the Volcano and wind
ward ports at t p m
Sohr Wnliiinlu for Luuiiahochop,
Selir Hnlnbow for Koolau
Sehr Mnnuoknwai for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr Llkeltkc for Kalmlui and liana at
5 p in
Stmr V G Hull for Luhalnn, Maalaea,
Kona, Kau ami the Volcano at 10
Stmr .fas Mnkco for AVulanae, Kapaa,
Ilanalcl and Kllauea at 4 p m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Sehr Wiilcliu for Pala
Selir Ehukal for Waialua
Schr Kawallanl for Koolau
Schr Malolo for Laupahochoo
VESSELS IN PORT.
BkCO Whltmore, Thompson
Ilk Klgl, Zopll
Bk Star of Devon, Moekets
Bktiic Morning Star, Turner
Fr seer JIammonia, Arnard
Brit Bk Lapwing, De Gruchy
Ger sehr Mary U Bohm, Mobcrg
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
lluw S S Zealandia. K Van Oterendorf
Ger bk Faust Bismarck, Vander Viug
Am Sehr J G North, Moore
Brit lik Blrmah, Jcnus, from
gow, duu June 'J,)-:iO.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July i5-:u.
Am bk Kdward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-111.
II I G M S Bismarck, from Auckland,
N Z, via Samoa, due April 20-:S0.
II I G Jt S Gneisenau, from Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, duo April 20-30.
II I G M S Olga, from Auckland, NZ,
via Samoa, duo April 20-HO.
llrit ship Amana, from Liverpool, due
Haw brig Allio Rowc, J Philips, from
Hongkong, duo June 10-J10.
Am bark Aurora, from Newcastle, N
SW, due July 1-10.
Am bk K O Sieben, from Newcastle,
NSW, due July 20-111.
Am bk Holden, from Newcastle, N S
W, duo July 15-20.
Am brig Sallna, Blake, from San
Francisco, due at ICahului, Juno 20-20.
Bol hark Don Nicolas, Koss, from
Port Townsend, W T, due July 20-31.
Am schr Ida Sehnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at ICahului, July 20-30.
Nic bk lllmijio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B C, due June 25-30.
Am schr W S Bowuo from San Fran
cisco, duu July 0-17.
Am schr Jtosario from San Francisco,
for ICahului duo July D-17. '
Am brig W G Irwin from San Fran
cisco, due July !)-17.
From Kauai, per steamer Jas Makee,
July 11th C Ebinger and wife, A B
Fisher, G Weight and J L Blaisdell.
From Kahulai and bv ports, per stmr
Likellkc, July 11th W G Lowrey, Mr
lCirkland, It W Putnam, J D Martin, A
II Smith, Prof E G Nlcols, Dr II L
Curtis, 5 Chinese and 03 deck.
From ICahului for San Francisco, per
schooner Anna, July 10th V Shaw, P
Schr Mary Foster 1 .CiO bags of sugar,
and 1C1 bags paddy.
Stmr Bishop 1,700 bags paddy.
Stmr Waimanalo COO hags sugar.
Schr Manttokuwai 800 bags sugar.
Stmr Jas Makee 2,302 bags sugar
Stmr Likelike 710 bags sugar.
Schr Canute 3,000 bags sugar.
Sehr Luka 2,000 hags sugar.
Schr Anna arrived at ICahului on the
28th ult, and sailed July 10th with full
cargo of sugar.
Schr Dora Bluhm, arrived at ICahului
July 7th, 21 days from Port Townsend,
witli full cargo of lumber for Wilder &
The Mararoa received 300 tons of coal
The Schooner J G North which ar
rived here yesterday from Mahukona
will load for San Francisco.
Autists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, otc, etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. U Ct.
Tub most popular resort in the
city n ro tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors
Delicious Ico Creams, Ices,
and Cuudies always on hand.
Dit. Flint's Hcakt Kemedv is a
Specific for till forms of Heart Dis
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Bonbon Smith &
Co., Agents. .'151
Bv tho steamer Zealandia the Lead
ing Millinery House of Clias. J.
Pishel has icceivcd n fino lino' of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundred Shirts,
French Kid. Glows and Slippers tho
genuine articlo, Swiss Edgings, all
ovor Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
poc!t his stock. 7-1
Patjionizi'. Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. llingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whoro ho is prepared to Jill all
orders at tho lowest possible wholo
wilo prices. Inland orders solicited
and promptly tilled. Tho attention
of illinium is respectfully iiivited to
tho fact "no liccnso is required" to
sell theso cigars. Do not forget tho
natno J, W, Hingloy, nor tho placo
-fJrystul.Sodn Works, Hotel street.
Pmctau.A'hon of offloava of Jfar
mony Lodge No. 3 I, O. O. F. this
Tun missionary packet morning
Star is expected to sail for tho South
Sea Islands on Monday next.
IlF.nwooi) and Clementina will trot
a 3 in fi luce to harness at the luk,
at !2.:t0 to-inorrow afternoon, for$2fi0.
Tub commissioned olliecrs of all
the volunteer military companies
have been invited to appear at thu
Palace to-monow evening.
The steamer W. G. Hall will, until
futther notice, sail on her regular
days at 10 a. m, instead of at 3 i M.,
calling at Lahaina en route.
Tin: schooner Ehukai picked up a
Hat boitom sail bout oil' Pearl Hiver
yestciday. The skiff bad its mast
set, sail furled and was drifting to
wards tho reef.
An open piece of ground back of
Fort street shooting gallery will be
leveled off, and tho game of quoits
will bo played there, on certain after
noon's for a gold medal prize.
Mit. Frank Higgins' collection of
pots at the shooting gallery consists
of white-mice, parrots, guinea-pigs, a
magpie, cock-a-loo and u monkey.
Each pet has several special tricks to
perform at Mr. Higgin's command,
and a free exhibition is often given"
to a large crowd.
Aukukuoi.ani Herring, n half
white 1G years old, whose name our
reporter was unable to procure on
Saturday, is the young gentleman
who produced those pictures in Oat
& Co's window. For one so young,
and untaught at that, thu production
is more than creditable.
The steamer C. 1?. Bishop return
ed to Honolulu yesterday witli
hoveral hundred bags of paddy. She
Was hauled upon thu Murine ltailway
this morning, to be examined
thoroughly. A small piece of her
shoe was torn off by the reef, but
othciwiso shu is not damaged. Sho
lost an anchor at Mokuleia.
Tin: lire-bells sounded an alarm
between 1 and 2 o'clock on Sunday
morning, for a tire at tho mouth of
Pnuoa Valley. The fire was in a
house occupied by u native family.
The house was destroyed with its
contents, tho family barely escaping
witli their lives. The property was
uninsured. The fire is supposed to
have originated from the smoulder
ing ends of fire-crackers, that had
been let off by children in tho even
ing. Tin: 150 yards foot race for $50 a
side came off on tho road at Makiki
recreation grounds, before the base
ball match, on Saturday afternoon,
in presence of a few dozen of people.
The contestants were started without
any difficulty, coming down tho
courso about even for a third of the
distance, after which Torbert gained
on Widdifield and held his advantage
easily, winning by from ono to two
yards. There was not the slightest
murmur heard from tho loser or his
sympathizers, so that tho race may
be bet down as a thoroughly fair one
in every respect.
Mk. Geo. Markbain, Port Surveyor,
issued orders to tho Custom House
guard at the Bio do Janeiro, Satur
day, to tax and obtain 25 cents from
every Chinese resident hero who went
on the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf. His
reason for such an order was that the
Chinese going to and from tho
steamer were a great nuisance, on
account of their numbers and their
requiring constant watch. Mr. Mark
ham, however, regrets his hasty
action and apologized to Messrs.
Hackfeld fc Co. this morning, saying
that he would like to refund tho
money taken and that it would not
THE BASEBALL MATCH.
The match between the Honolulu
and Benedict clubs on Saturday last
was hardly so one-sided all through
as the final result would show. A
rather shambling play of tho Hono
lulu team gave the Benedict six
runs in tho fourth inning, putting t
beyond the reach of danger. Better
fielding of the Honolulu men white
washed their opponents three times
afterward. The small score of the
former was due largely to the skil
ful pitching of Wall. An interest
ing fact in the Benedict's fourth
inning, when it scored so heavily,
was that no less than four took 1st
base on balls. There was a good
deal of accidental disability among
the pla3'crs, tho two Winters being
lamed in running, and Oat having a
cranky arm that spoiled his lidding
as sliort stop. The Honolulu team
was Wodehouso c, Oat s. s., Whit
ney 2 h., Moore 3 b., Markhani
1 b., Thurston r. f., Fisher o. f.,
Castle 1. f., Parker p. The Bene
dict team wns Chus. Wilder c,
Judd 2 b., Kinney 1 b., Booth 3 b.,
J. Winter c. f., Lishmaii s. s.,
Lyons v. f., F. Winter 1. f., Wall p.
Honolulu's first run was made in
the 2nd inning by Thurston ; Wode
bouse, Mooro aud Markham scored
in tho 3rd, and Whitney in tho Utli.
Benedict scored 2 in tho 2nd in
ning by J. Winter and Lishiuan, 1
in the 3rd by Kinney j G in the -1th
by Chas. Wilder, Kinney, Lishman,
Lyons, F. Winter and Wall ; 2 in
the Glh by Judd and Kinney, a;id 3
in tho 7th by Wall, Chas. Wilder
and Kiiinoy. Total 14.
There was a pretty large audience
present, which was very moderate in
its demonstrations toward the play
ers on either side. Next Saturday's
match is looked forward to with
much interest, boing between tio
Hawaii and Benedict, both of which
(tin tin Hf(i tluthml w Hit rftiflfil Hit'
OiiEsoH and two 111 u)d Induing,
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square,
beginning at 7 :30. Following is the
Overliu c 1 Iungarlan Kder Bcla
Polka Cavalier Fahrhaeh
Fantasia .Mountain Farow ell Carl
Selection Patience Sulllvnu
Ala Hikl Mai, by request
KcininUccnccs of lloslnl Godfrey
Waltz Fairies Crowe
Turkish Patrol, by request Michaels
A distinguished visitor.
The Hon. John Baring, of the
great banking house of Baring Bro3.
of London, was a through passenger
by tho Mnraroa to Sydney last Sat
uiday. Mr. Baring brought letters
to Col. Maofarianc from his Knglish
constituents, and the latter gentle
man showed Mr. Baring every atten
tion during his short sojourn in this
city. The Pali, Hawaiian Band Con
cert, and a drive over the city and
suburbs made up Hindsights shown
the distinguished stranger. Mr.
Baring was amazed at the informa
tion ho received of this year's sugar
export, and was much interested in
taking away with him statistics of
this country's trade with the United
ST. ALDAN'S COLLEGE.
YEAIl'S WOllIC OI.OSEU
WITH A PINT.
The closing public examination
and exhibition of St. Al ban's Col
lege for the past year took place on
Friday. The attendance at the col
lege is from forty to fifty. It is one
of the cosmopolitan institutions of
this cosmopolitan community. Eng
land, the United States, China, Por
tugal and Hawaii are all repre
sented on the college roll. Tho
teaching faculty consists of Mr. A.
T. Atkinson, Principal, Captain
Mist, Miss Atkinson and C. Fur
ncax (instructor in drawing), assist
ants. The examination of classes
commenced at 9 o'clock a. m., and
continued Until 1 1 m. During this
time, classes in Grammar; History,
Orthography, French, Physical G eo
graphy, Latin, Composition, Arith
metic and Algebra were examined,
the several classes acquitting them
selves wclh The advanced -classes
in French, Latin and History espe
cially evinced a high degree of pro
ficiency in these subjects. The
tests in Orthography were taken by
the classes writing series of words of
very cranky spelling on the black
boards. Very, few errors were
scored, although to a considerable
proportion of the young people,
English is a foreign language. The
Arithmetic and Algebra exercises
were notably superior, not only in
the matter of correctness but also in
the rapidity and fino mechanical
style in which they were performed.
After thirty minutes recess, tho
exhibition exercises commenced at
1:30 r. m. "On the Biue Wave"
and "A Warrior Bold" were sung
in a spirited manner. "Christianos
ad Leones" was well recited by
Percy Benson. Master Edward
Boyd read in clear toiics "The Ship
wreck." Alice Afoug gave a good
recitation, entitled "Gertrude du
Von Ward." Mollie Atkinson came
forward with "The Dead Kitten,"
and brought down the bouse. The
next number was "A Letter from
Calais," by Julie Paty, written dur
ing tho day, and descriptive of a
picture on the wall. The audience
was next treated to a dialogue fn
French, "Bourgeois Jentil-hoinmc,"
by Misses Ethel Wodehouso, Ruth
Benson and Lani Atkinson. Another
impromptu composition was rend by
John Carter, laying down "The
Uoad to School," the road being
Ntiuanu Avenue. Master Herman
Wideinann contributed an entertain
ing reading, "Mock Turtle Story."
"Tho Clown's Baby" was given
with good effect by Miss May At
kinson. A vigorously sung chorus,
"Sailing," came next. This was
followed by "The Well of St.
Kcyne," well recited by Miss Ma
mie Paty. Harry Mist read a clever
original composition on "Tlirco
Dogs" suggested by a picture on
the wall. Miss Alviua Wideinann
recited with fine, clear expression,
"Sorrows on the Sea." From a
wall picture of a girl holding a rab
bit in her arms, Miss Carrie Afong
elaborated a "Letter to Hhoda," in
which correctness of expression and
vividness of imagination were dis
played. Two selections from the
Mikado were sung in chorus. Master
Bertie Mist recited in a spirited
maimer and witli good elocution,
"Tho Lord of tho Isles." Ainic
Paty gave a comic recitation, "Tho
Dead Doll" with all tho solemnity
befitting the occasion. "Tho Leak
in the Dyke," was ably recited by
Miss Belle Louissou. Eight young
ladies of tho Shakespeare Society,
composed of students and ox-students
who meet on Wednesday even
ings to cultivate an acquaintance
with tho great English poet, gave
tho Merchant of Venice. The cast
consisted of Misses Alviua Wide
inann, Belle Louibsou, Ethel Wode
houso, Lani Atkinson, May Atkin
son, Zoo Atkinson, liuth Benson
and Edith Mist. Tho play was per
formed in capital style. This and
the French dialogue, mentioned
a'lovc, were, in tho order of merit
tho leading numbers of the pro
gramii e. A lively chorus, "Tho
Yachtsman." followed, after which
Mthin tltn ttFArtt CVf'llfe Of UlO tliU'i
imiuoly. (ho uwurdllitf of nplwn, In
Til. 1 ....I Kt.tH.mi ITa....... I
xxiobury, J. .iiil viimiouii, liuwiiiwi
Wideinann nnd lllioda Green won
respectively, first, second and third
prizes, the prizes consisting of
volumes of "The Spectator." In
Composition, thu first prize, a vol
ume of "Cowpcr" was awarded to
Kitth Benson, nnd tho second, a
volume of "Miss Hematis," to
Ithoda Green. The piize-winncr in
Arithmetic was Willie Savidge, who
bore off In triumph, an elaborate
work on Dogs. For those who
passed "first" in two subjects, Mas
ter Antonio Perry who, besides, made
the highest general average, 08, won
"Longfellow;" Miss Julie Paty,
"Mooro;" Miss Ethel Wodehouso,
"Seven Ages;" Percy Benson,
"Percy's Belies for Boys;", Mollie
Atkinson, "Paul and Virginia."
Gold gilt and other cards, showing
the standing of students in their
several branches of study were
given. Honorable mention was aho
made of Robert Atkinson, who
stood nt the bend of the classes in
Miss Atkinson's room, and of Helen
Afong who scored the very high
percentage, 5)9, in spelling. Six
weeks holidays weie announced,
when the exercises were brought to
a close by tho boys with "three
cheers for Mr. Atkinson" and
"three more for Captain Mist,', all of
which were given witli genuine
The World says of the Panama
canal prospects : Tho opposition of
the French Chambers to Do Les
scps' scheme for raising tho sum of
8120,000,000 for thu purpose of
completing the Panama Canal ap
pears to be giving way to a univer
sal feeling that France cannot per
mit any other nation to reap the
glory of carrj'ing through the en
terprise. Do Lcsseps' personal po
pularity and the fact that almost
every petty French shopkeeper has
his savings invested in Suez Canal
stock have a great deal to do with
this incomprehensible blindness on
the part of a proverbially thrifty
nation to the financial aspect of the
Panama undertaking. If the canal
is eventually completed, it will not
be by the present promoters, but
much more probably by some Amer
ican syndicate which, having piti
chased the bankrupt concern at a
moderate cost, will have a far better
prospect of managing the canal as a
paying business than the present
company, overweighted as it is by
the enormous capital sunk in the
A member of the local assembly
of the Telegraphers' Brotherhood is
authority for the statement that a
general telegraph strike is under
consideration, to take effect August
1st, unless certain demands' of the
operators are complied with.
Heavy shocks of earthquake were
felt on the night of the 2nd, at
Modesta, Stockton and Redwood
The Chicago Knights of Labor
have repudiated the anarchists and
ordered their expulsion from local
The eleventh in the annual series
of four-mile, oight-oared, straight
away races between the Yale and
Harvard undergraduate crows was
rowed on the Thames river course
at New London, Conn. Ynlo finish
ed first in 20 minutes -11-f seconds,
beating Harvard by bcvoii lengths.
A terrible explosion took placo nt
the Atlantic Giant Powder Works,
Morristown, N. Y., resulting in tho
loss of ten lives and injury to ten or
twelve others. Tho explosion took
place in the mixing-house. Tho
concussion was felt distinctly for
twenty miles around and tholass
m houses live miles away was shat
NY document signed by my wife.
KA1LAKAXOA, will Uc null mid
void without my signature.
T. lw ISRAEL FISI1EK.
Since establishing our Mission in this
city, wo lmvo frequently liceu solicited
to prccuio larger and more convenient
quuucrs for worship ami Bible diss,
quito a number expressing themselves
as willing (o contribute toward the
ni'cctsary openbo. We lmvo now be.
cured tho building on Fort stieut, for.
mcily iiHcd in a gymnasium, thus incur,
ring quite a debt; besides, omu changes
tiro necessary. Thercfoiu wo would say
to all who would esteem it a privilege to
aid lit in tho mutter, that they can con.
fur with Mr. N. F. BurgcM, or with tho
undersigned. L. A. SCOTT,
71 lm A. LA 11UK.
Bug to inform the Public In general
Unit ho has received an
of Ladles', Gents' and Children'
Boots, Shoes &
AFIUST.OLASS ASSISTANT MILL
INKKuithc POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
57 tf N. S. BncliD, Proprietor.
Wn UhuU ViUt Out HUdri&ft
t tu T'nvlv Rtntrc..
Tho dlunsu commences with a slight
derangement of the stumnch, but, if
neglected, K in time involves the whole
inline, embracing the kidney, licr,
pancreas, nnd in fact the entire gland
uhir system; ami thu iillllctnil drags out
it lnlscnihln (xlMcnre until death gives
irllef fioin sull'iiing. The disease is
(rtcu mistaken fur other complaints;
but If tho render will ask himself the
following qiu.tloiis ho will he able to
determine whether he himself is one of
the atllleted; Have I dhtrcss, p:iln, or
(illlk'Ulty hi bienlhlug after eating? U
there a dull, hcuvy tcellng, attended by
drowsliiu-sy Have the eyes a yellow
tlnifc? Does it thick, oticky mucous
gather, about the gums and teeth hi the
morning, accompanied by a disagree,
able UMu? 1st the tongue coaled? Is
there pain in the sides and hack V Is
there a fullness about the right sldo us
if the liver weie enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud
denly fioin an horizontal position? Are
the secretions from the lildni'js highly
roloiued, with n deposit aftei standing"?
Docs food feiinent soon after eating,
accompanied .by llntulenco or belching
of gns fioin the stomach? Isthcrofie
queul palpitation of llie heart? Theso
various t-ymptonis nitty not be present at
one time, lull they torment the sull'orcr
in tuiu as thu Uieadfiil disease pro
gieses. If the ease be one of long
standing, there will bo a dry, hacking
cough, attended alter a lime by expec
toration. In ery advanced stages the
skin assumes a Illrty brownish appear,
mice, and the hands and feet arc covered
by a cold SitlcUy perspiration. As the
liver and kidneys become more nnd
more dl-cased, llicumatic pains appear,
and the usual treatment proves entirely
unavailing against the latter agonising
disorder. Tho origin of this malady is
indigestion or dyspcp-la, and a small
qtmmily of tho proper medicine will
remove the disease it taken in its incip
ieney. It is most Important that tho
ilise.iso should bo promptly and propeily
treated in lu lirst stages, when a llulo
niedlclne will ell'ect u cine, and even
whcil it has obtained u stlong hold the
eoncct remedy should be persevered in
until every vestige of Use disease is
eradicated, until the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The suicst and
most effect mil leniedy lor this distress,
ing complaint is ''Scigel's Curative
Syrup," a vegetable piepaiatiou sold by
all eiicuiifts mid mdiclne vendors
thcougliout the world, and by the jiro
ptietors, A. ,1. While, Limited, London,
U. C. This Syrvp strikes nt thu very
Inundation of the disease, and diivcs it,
root and branch, out of tho system. Ask
your chemist for Sciccls Curative
"East-strect Willis, Cambridge-heath,
'London, E. C, July 24th. 1882
"Sir, It gives me great pleasure to bo
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a cuiativo agent.
1 had suiVorcd for some length of time
from a severe foun of indigestion, and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. 1 had tried all
possible meiins to get relief, by yieking
the best medical advice. I had swallow,
ed sullleient of their stufl'to float a man-of-wtir,
so to speak, but all to no avail.
A liicnd of mine, coming on the scene
in thu midst of my sufferings, brought
with him a bottlu of your Seigcl Syiup;
he advised mo to try it, stating ho Tolt
confident it would lienellt me. Uehig
weary of trynig so many drugs, I con
demned it befolu dial, thinking it could
not possibly in me any good, but ulti
mately dvicrniiued to fake the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work
ed s'ich h change in mo that I continued
taking it for nearly two months, and I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I have
discontinued its use for dvu weeks, and
feel in tho best of health, and can par
lake any kind of food with ease and
comfort." I am therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your Miluaulu medicine, 1 tun restored to
tlie statu or health 1 now enjoy. l ours
truly, V. S. Fo'usTini.
"To Mr. A. J.AVhitu"
Those who arc in the "Asthma
Furnace" should loo no time in obtain,
ing lelief by tho use of "Thu Rosing
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use thu
medicine unless you will follow all tho
directions "to tho letter."
Poor Asthma sull'orors, who nro
strangers to "tired Nature's sweet
restoier, balmy sleep," should msko use
of "Thu Kosiiiwcul Tnr Mixture," Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use.
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chis
wick, "February 17th, 1882.
".Messrs. Wnite and Co., London.
"Gentlemen,. 1 1 is with great pleas
lire that 1 add my testimony to tho
wonderful effects of Scigel's Syrup. For
years I nad been suffering: from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then u mist would come before my eyes,
so that I should not be able to recognise
uny one or anything at tin: distance of a
yard or two fioin my face. This would
be followed by excessive trembling of
my knees, so that I could not .stand
without .support; after which a severe
headache would occur, lasting often' two
or tlueu dags. 1 have tried various
remedies for theso dlstiesslng symptoms,
but until I tried Selgul's byiup I had no
relief Since then I have had excellent
health In every respect, and If ever'I
feel a headache coming on I tnko ono
do-o of thu Syiup, which arrests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo thu
menus of inducing others (who suffer as
I used) to try thu Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive speedy benefit and
ulliiualely bo cured, I beg to remain,
"A. If. IIokion."
t-'elgcl's Operating Pills prevent 111
effects from oxeass In eating or drink
ing. A good dose at bed-time renders
a pui'son lit for'hiisludsi) In the morning.
If yon have Ahtlmiuiisu ThoRosiuwced
Tho Grand Work Finished.
Gen. G null's Memoirs.
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J. K. W1SK.MAN, Gcnerul Business
Agent of Honolulu, Is ou" authori.cd
Agent ou the Hawaiian Islands. 00 lm
AH complaints hnvo ranched mo of
late from soino of my customers
that they can purchase Hawallan.mnde
Bonn cheaper than I have lecn selling
It, I beg to state that I hnvo always
transacted my business In h fair and
ei'niglitforward way, charging tho same
pr'cu to all nlike, and selling at a
moderate late; and at tho samo time 1
would Inform my customers nnd (he
public Hint from nnd nflcr this dale my
price will bo $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. KMVLINS.
Honolulu Sonp Works. Lefco, Hono
lulu, Juno 21st. Ml
On and after this date,
iters. Davis & Wilder
will attend to tho
Entire Delivery of Bnlter
to nil the Customers served bv the
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Comp'y-
i 74 1 w
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-Ellin Shoo
Is now adjoining the rear of
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN amounts of $100 and upwards.
Good security required. Apply to
.1. ALFRED aiAGOON,
05tf 42 Merchant street, Honolulu
Crystal Sola forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lcmonnile, Sarsaparilla,
Fruit Syrups and E'ssnccs and
made from the pure Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to be tho best. .
S& We also invite parties intending
btarting itorcs for the sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain biipplics,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
The Crystal Soda Worts,
P. O. Box 1)97, Honolulu.
,3 00 100
Ilaw'n Carriage Man f 'g Co.,
K. O. nail & Son,
Inter-Island S. N.fCo.,
Ilaw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wildor's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wnilukii Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. TIIUKSTONV.Stock
33 Merchant Street.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Yesirs Without
Going to 3$etl.
Mk. Kditoh: While (.ponding a few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Aherystwith, Cardiganshire, Wules, I
heard related what seemed to mo either
n fabulous otory or a marvellous cure.
Tho story was that a poor sufferer who
had not been able to lie down In bed for
six long years, glveu up to dio by nil the
Doctors, had been speedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was related
with the more implicit confidence from
tho circumstance, as wan said, that the
Vicar of Llanrystyd was familiar with
thu facts, and could vouch for the truth
of tho report.
Having n little curiosity to know how
such btorles grow In travelling, I took
tho liberty whllu,nt tho village of Linn,
ryetyd to cull upon tho Vicar, the Hov.
T. Kvnns, and to 'enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a total stran.
ger to him, both he mid his wife most
graoioiuly entertained mo in a half
hour's conversation, principally touching
tilts case of Mr. Pugh, in which they
socmed to take a deep and sympathetic
interest, having been familiar with ids
Biillcrlngs. and now rejoiced in what
seemed to them a most remarkable cure.
Tho Vicar remarked that ho presumed
his namu hud been connected with tho
report from his having mentioned the
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Lhiuon, Ho huid Mr, Pugh wus former,
ly n resident of their parish, hut viuanow
living in thu parish of Llaiiddulnol,
Ho strongly vouched Mr. Win. Pugh's
character as a respectable farmer and
worthy of credit. I left tho venerahlo
Vicar with a livelier senso of the happy
relation of a pastor and people, feeling
that ho was ouu wko truly sympathised
with all who are iilllicttd In mind, body,
Ou my return to Aberytitwltli, I was
Impressed with u dcslro Iosco Mr. Piich,
whoso reputation stood so high. His
farm is culled Puneom.Mawr, 8iguifylug.
"above tho dingle," situated near tho'
summit of a smooth round hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley in which is
situated thu lovely Ivymiiutlrd Church
of Llauddeinol. I found Mr. Pugh,
apparently about 40 y cum old, of medium
rnp LJST, wMi fir without Hoard. Ap
X ply at 1C1 l'ort street, near Borcta.
nlaL 74 3l
TVfit. B. J. APPLEBY,
JYL teacheh of banjo.
For term?, enquiro at
74 lm WEST, DOW & CO., Foit St.
AT n special meeting of tho Stock,
holders of tho Pacific Navigation
Co. held Juno 24, 1880, G. P. CASTLE
wns elected Sccrctnry and Treasurer to
till the vitcuncy canned bv the rcniguu.
Hon of F. B. Ont. GEO P. CASTLE,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Honolulu, June '2.", 19SC. 74 4t
Tho Dolightful llcsitlcnco
of Hev. J. M. Alcvniidcr, situate nt
Consisting of 223 Acrc3 of Land,
of which 'JO Acres Is planted with Euca
lyptus, fit for culling for llrowood. Tho
wood linds reiuly side delivered on iho
place. There are also 1 Acre in Guinea
jjras, ono of the inot valunblo grafts
ktiov(U for stock.taising. Also,
A Large Dwelling House,
Servants House, Can Inge House,
and all tho conveniences of a home.
The premises have an UNFAILING
WATEK SUPPLY, which Is laid on in
pipes to the house nnd pastures. Also,
1 Choice American Stallion,
1 Jack, about 50 Horses,
mares and colts,
1 Part Durham. Bull, about
Tho pasture land is very rich, atl'nrd
ing abundance of pasturage for twiee
the number of stock now on it.
Several ravines close ti the house arc
well stocked with bearing fruii trees:
Alligator Pears, Mangoes, Pcaehc",
Breadfruit, Pine Apples, etc., etc.
The Inrge yard in which the dwelling
stands is a beautiful combination of
green turf, ornamental shrubbery and
The location is on thu Mono about one
mile mauka of the Haiku Mill, and ow
ing to its elevation the scenery is unsur.
passed, nnd the temperature much cooler
than at thu sea leel.
There is a good English school at
Extensive adjacent lands are for ale
or luase lu casu llie purchaser wisJie-i to
combine them for a large ranch.
Also, 28 Acres and an 8-Room
Cottage at Qtinda,
At nu elevation or 4,000 feet !
TEUMS MODERATE Cash or mort
gage. For further particulars, apply to
L. A. THUESTOK',
73 2w :i3 Merchant Street.
By order of J. P. Hackleld, Esq., the
duly appointed AsVicnceof the Bank.
ruptEhtr.te of T. IC.Clnrkeof lCipaliulu,
Maui, acting under authority of un or
der of the Supremo Court dated June S,
1888, wo aie directed to tell at Public
auction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July IS), SC,
at la oVJock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. P. Hackfeld as such
Assignee, of, in and to the
situate at Ivlpuhulu, Maui, heretofore
belonging to thu said T. IC. Clarke.
The said Plantation comprie6s ill out
1000 acres of Land in fee simple, and
about 1000 acres of Leased Laud ; there
nro about 7 SCO acres of Laud available
for cano cultivation; about ISO ncies uf
Plant Cano and about 140 acres of 1 and
2 ltattoona mo now growing for the
next crop to comooll' lrom, say. Decern,
her, 1880, to about May, ltS7. There
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on iho Plantation all branded TKC, also
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & TooIb
generally used on u sugar plantation.
The larger part of tho Cano. when har
vested, can bo conveyed to thu mill bv
There Is a good substantial lauding
bridge, in which the Plantation holds a
half inturest. Also, a Donkey Engine
and incline track connoted with thu
Tho Plantation is in good runulng
order and a new crop Ir being put in nt
EST Tho tonus of Iho Sale arc CASH,
and the Heeds are at iho expense of tho
For all furlhur particulars apply to
J. V. Huckfvld, Honolulu, or to uSUA.lt
UNNA ut Kipahulu, Maui.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
05 Id Auctioneer;.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tho Pacific Transfer Co.
Ollico with C. K. Miller,
la Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual TeL, 391.
I am fully prepared to do all kinds of
aruvage, hauling or moving work, nil of
which I will guurtiuteoto execute, faith.
G2ayJ S, F, GRAHAM, PropV.
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