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TUESDAY, JULY 10, 188C.
, , ARRIVALS.
Bgtue W Q Invin from Sau Francisco
Stmr Lehua from windward ports
Schr Kaukeaoull from Koholnlclo
, , , DEPARTURES.
Slmr Likcllkc for ICnliuliil and Hnna at
Stmr W G Hnll for Lahnlun, Maalaen,
Koua, Kau nnd the Volcano at 10
StmrJas Makco for Wninnnc, Knpaa,
Hannlel mid Kllnuca at 4 p m
StmrMokolll for MoloKnl
Schr Walchu for Paia
Schr Eliuknl for Wolalua
Schr Kawnilanl for Koolnit
Schr Malolo for Lanpalioclioo
Schr Lcalil for Hnualel
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Schr Luka for ICoholalcle
Schr Kaukcaoull for Kohala
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk C O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Rlgl, Zopll
Bk Star of Devon, Mockets
Bktuc Morning Star, Turner
Fr seer Hatuiuonhi, Ai nnrd
BiltBk Lapwing, De Uiuchy
Gcr schr Mary (j Ilolim, Mobcrg
Bk Foicst Queen, Winding
HawSS Zealandia, K Van Oteicndorf
Ger bk Faust llismarck, Vander Vlng
Am Sclir J G Xoith, Moore
Bgtne W G Irwin, McColloch
Brit bk Birmab, Jcnns, fiom Glas
gow, duo June 25-30.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
II I G M S Blsniaick, from Auckland,
N Z, via Samoa, due April 20-30.
II I G M S Gneiscnnu, from Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, due Apiil 20-30.
H I G M S Olga, from Auckland, XZ,
via Samoa, due -April 20-30.
Brit ship Auiana, fiom Livoipool, due
Haw brig Allto Rowe, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due June 10-30.
Am bai K Aurora, from Newcastle, N
S W, due July 1-10.
Am bk F l. Sieben. from Newcastle,
N S W, due July 20-31.
Am bk Ilolden, fiom Newcastle, N S
"W, due July 15-20.
Am biig Saliua, Blake, from Sau
Francisco, due at Kahului, June 20-2G.
Bol baik Don Nicolas, Koss, from
Port Townsend, W T, due July 20-31.
Am schr Ida Schnuucr, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahului, July 20-30.
Nic bk Rimijlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B (, due June 25-30.
Am schr W S Bovvue from San Fran
cisco, due July 9-17.
Am schr liosai io from San Francisco,
for. Kahului duo July 0-17..
From San Francisco, per bgtne W G
Invin, July 12th Mr Bromley and son,
E C Winston.
For windwaid ports, per steamer
- Kinau, July 12th For the Volcano:
Miss Iienc Ii, Miss Komolkchuehu, Col
Tuckeiing, J A Wilder, Miss Bliss, Miss
Perkins, Mrs G M Smith, Captain ltnw
ley, E M Izaid, Mr. Coats, C L Wight,
J H Hilton, Mr Br.tsher and wife, and
Gen Williams; Forwaypoits: II Laws
and wife, Miss Arms, Miss Dickson, E
W Holdsworth, Rev Father Leonorc, H
"Webb, wife and family, J M Lidgate, F
S Spencer, W Y Horner, Sr, Miss Lamb,
A Young, Tr, F A Austin, Sam Macy,
August llciring, and about 100 deck.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl, July
12th A II Smith, Rev J B Hauaike, F
Kalaeouc, and about 100 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per steamer W
G Hall, July 13th For the Volcano: J
H D Rodgers and II Dent; For other
ports: Mrs Clark, Mis William Foster,
Mr and Mrs P C Jones, R Newton, 'Miss
1 Spauldlui;, C Freeman, Mr Wight, Miss
Mary Carter, Mr. Maiia and 85 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lehua 2,085 bags Mignr and 31
The bark Lapwing t ill sail for San
Francisco about Fiiuay next.
The bgtne W G Irwin, Capt McCul
loch, anived last evening IO'? days
from Han Francisco. She bi ought be
sides a large list of general merchandise
247 hogs for Burke & Winston.
Sieamcr Lehua sails on Thursday at
The sclirsMoiwahine and Kulamanu
were loading sugar at ICoholalcle when
the Kaukcaoull left.
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 7-i Gt.
The most popular resort in tho
city are tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors
Delicious Ico Creams, Ices, Cakes
V nnrl Pnnilinu nliirni-a rtn lm.wl 7R
jp Dn. Flint's Heaiit Remedy is a
' Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptivo book
with every bottle Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 1)51
By tho steamer Zealandia the Lead-
jiiingV Millinery House of Clias. J.
jiBiiui uu leeuiveu u jiuu line 01
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundred Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers the
genuiuo article, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Oinamont, etc, Cull at onco and in
spect his stock. 74
Pajkonize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J, W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
AVolrk's, whore hu is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island outers solicited
and promptly filled, Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars, Do not forget the
name J, W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
:M - xvMk
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
RKdULAn meeting of tho Honolulu
Yacht nnd Boat Club this evening.
A wao says that before long tho
Government will givo the Opposition
a show in tho ministry.
TrtE bark Star of Devon, under
command of Capt. Lovcll, JBexpectrd
to pail for Jaluit next week.
Mil. J, D. Sprcckcls has written to
Irwin & Co. that a dramatic company
may bo expected hero on the 22nd
Two trunks that camo by the
Mnrnroa last Saturday were chased
up town by certain officers, but no
catch was made.
Mkshrs. Uurkc it Winston receiv
ed 217 hogs by the brigintino W. G.
Irwin last evening. Three hogs died
during tho passage.
At the Elite ice-cream parlors
may be seen ncck-laces made of
variegated and polished land shells,
lately received from tho South Pacific.
The foundation is being prepared
for n large two story brick building
on the inland corner of King and
Maunakea streets, outside of the firo
At tho meeting of the Pacific Hose
Co., Inst evening, Mr. B. Ordenstein
was elected delegate to tho Board of
Representatives, vice Mr. Rnseman
Aix comrades of the Geo. W. De
Long Post should keep in mind tho
meeting this evening, and put in
an appearance, as their attendance is
There will be review of classes in
Latin, Geography, Algebra, Arithme
tic and History at Mrs. Wallace's
Academic school, to-morrow, from 9
to 10 o'clock.
The Attorney-General put Mr.
Kaulukou down twice in rapid suc
cession on points of order in tho
Legislature this morning. It was so
rich un illustration of the biter bitten
that the whole house laughed.
A specimen of an artistically paint
ed sign by Mr. Geo. Stratemeyer will
be hung over the door of Hamilton
Johnson fc Co.'s, Merchant street,
to-morrow. The sign reads "Cali
fornia Wines", and is a credit to the
Mn. Fred. Millis, the Australian
ventriloquist, who was well received
hero, fared rather badly in Snn Fran
cisco, on account of poor manage
ment. He is said to have joined Mr.
Chas. Reed and they are together in
The Honolulu Iron Works are
putting up an electiic dynamo, to
which electric wires will bo connect
ed to-morrow, and in a few days Mr.
C. O. Berger, projector of the scheme,
assisted by Mr. Fisher, an Eastern
electrician, will treat Honolulu peo
ple to a grand and voluminous elec
A now of no small magnitude
w'ould have taken place last evening
at the Chinese Theatre, had it not
been for the timely interference of
the police. A blood-and-thunder
tragedy was being pei formed at the
time, and this so excited a young
Indian among the audience that tho
atmosphere surrounding the theatre
was for a time agitated.
The s.s. Zealandia sails for San
Francisco Thursday, July 15th, at
noon. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kennedy
and child, Hon. J. A. Cummins and
3 children, Miss J. It. Perkins, Mr. A.
G. Abell, J. N. Wight, D. Noonan
and wife, W. B. Oleson and 2 child
ren, Miss Brown, Oscar White, Mas
ter Roth, Mrs. J. Bowler, Master
Louisson and R. S. Kynnersley. in
tend leaving by her.
There are whisperings about town
of a family intrigue, a fugitivo and
a successful capture, but the particu
lars are meagre. It appears that a
widower was married tho second timo
to a widow. This widow was rich,
and transferred her wealth to her
son by her first husband. Husband
No. 2 got possession of tho riches and
departed from San Fiancisco for this
insular paradise, on a sailing vesbcl.
Tho wifo followed on a steamer, got
ahead, and arrived here first. The
parties have met and tho case will no
doubt become interesting as it de
velops. BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square,
beginning at 7 :30. Following is the
Overdue Rubezahl Flotow
Polka Love and Ti u th Welcker
Selection Thu Mikado Sulltvau
Ka Ipo Lauae
Reminiscences of Verdi Godfrey
Waltz Fairies Ci owe
Ballad Good Night Abt
Galop Full Speed Bohm
Ah Manp, robbery from Fat Ching,
on thu night of June 24th, committ
ed for trial to Supreme Court.
. July. 10th.
J. Dayly and brissalntaro, drunk
enness; &G each,
Ikiuu and Aka, druukcuuess; $G
each. Kawika, larceny of a coat,
nropei ty of J. Lowoll j $1G and hard
labor 4 months, Stephen Smith,
furious and heedless riding, $0.40,
John F. Colburn versus Hirano
Kauumulii, assumpsit for $40.73;
judgment for plaintiff with costs and
commission, 17.82 added.
Palnha nndKcnawe, diunkennc39;
Ah Yan nnd Ah Fnt, having
opium unlawfully in possession j
each 851.20 and hard lnbor 20 days.
A. Anderson, disturbing quiet of
tho night, 85.
C. llaly, assault nnd battery on
C. Frisk, G.
Joe, driving over a bridgu faster
than c walk, SG.
SUGAR DEPRESSION IN THE WEST
Mr. Herbert E. Reid, who has
Just returned from making a tour
through the West India Islands,
gives a most disheartening and dis
tressing nccount of tho state of af
fairs there. Ho says it is sjmply
"a question of ruin to thousands of
families, as estates arc being aban
doned nnd laborers thrown out of
employ." So surprised was he
with the misery which he met with
on every side, that on his return
home ho wrote a letter to the Secre
tary of State for the Colonies, in
forming him of tho deploiable con
dition of the islands, and expiessing
it as his opinion that the depression,
which is general, is entirely owing
to our cane-producing Colonies be
ing unfaiily handicapped by the
bounty system which prevails
amongst the bect-groning countries
on tho continent of Hmopo. Mr.
Reid confidently asserts that the
only remedy is the imposition of n
countervailing duty corresponding
to the bounty, and concludes his
letter to his loidship as follows :
"The low pi ice of sugar, coupled
with an unpiecedented dtought all
over the West Indies which really
will mean a loss of about two-thirds
of the average sugar crop will en
tail ruin to countless thousands of
our Colonists and those dependent
upon the sugar trade, and all in
older that a lew million consiliums
in this country should obtain their
sugar for a few years at an unfair
rate. Merchants in this country
and abroad aie giving up sugar
planting, which means misery to
hundreds of poor families bping
thrown out of work, with no visible
means of support in the future, nnd
the result that they must become
paiasites on society. Merchants
have been heavy losers, nnd they
cannot go on for ever dipping their
hands into their pockets for the
benefit of these staiving laborers.
The end of the tether in most cases
has been reached, and, unless Gov
ernment comes to their rescue, and
for a time protects its Colo
nies, and thus gives a fresh impetus
to the sugar trade and new he.irt to
the growers I say, unless Govern
ment docs this, it will not take much
of a prophet to foretell the result."
Mr. Reid thinks it is highly im
probable that Government will do
anything for the sugar trade, and,
convinced that something must be
done to help the Colonies, ho hns
determined to fmttier reduce his
charges for doing West Indian busi
ness. In future he intends fore
going insurance brokerage, amount
ing to A- per cent., and giving the
shippers full credit for all the dis
counts leceived from the wharves
and docks, which in some cases
merchants look upon as their piofit.
He also intends in some instances,
where special arrangements have
been made, not to charge for fire
insurance when sugar comes tp Lpn
don, but the same will be full'
coveied as heretofore. We only
hope that the good example set by
Mr. Reid will be followed by other
West India meichauts on this side.
The Colonies and India, May 21.
A REGULAR MEK'llNG of the
Honolulu Yacht nnd Iioat Club
will beheld nttlio'-lub lloilio IHlf
TUESDAY EVENING, .July 13, 1860,
.at 8 o'clock. J. II. FIS11KR,
G. A. It. NOTICE
nPHERE will be a lt'.-ulttr Meeting of
X Geo. W Do Long l'ot, No. 45, litis
TUESDAY EVENltsG. nt 7:80. All
comiudcs art: requested to be present, as
important business will be brought be
fore tho Post. Muster in I
It. W. LAINE, P. C.
Jab. F. Noiilk, Adjutant.
Honolulu, July liiih. It
WANTED TO BUY,
1 CC CiCC USKD HAWAIIAN
J. UUuU V Stamps of all valurx,
also, Used Envelopes nud Posttil Cutd,
for Cash, or exchanged for other Eu.
rope-nn Stumps. For lull particulars,
inquire of JAS. S'lElNfclt,
at tlto Elite Ico Cream 1'ailord, 85 Hotel
At Kaidolaui 1'nrk. for a term
of six months, the Cottage
and uremUes now OLcupied
by tho undersigned, nnd containing
Parlor, Dining nnd U Bedrooms. Also,
Uithroom, Pun try and Kitchen. The
Coitugo h nicely furnished in every
particular for lioufokcc-plng. AJursey
Cow on tho premises furnishis quan
tities of milk, cream and butter; also, a
nice collection of good laying hens. To
u desirable party good terms will bo
offered. Annly to
TO H. J. AONEW.
Slnco establishing our Mission in this
city, wo have frequently been solicited
to procure larger and more convenient
quartern for worship and Bible tlisj,
quite a number expressing themselves
as willing to contribute toward tho
necessary expense. Wo lmvo now so
cured tho building on Fort ntreut, for,
merly used as a gymnasium, thus incur,
ring quite a debt; besides, tome changes
nro nrccssnry. Therefore wo would sny
to all who would esteem it a privilege to
aid it- in tho matter, tltut they can con
fer with Mr. N. F. Burgess, or with tlto
, undersigned. L. A. SCOT1',
W lin A. LA RUE.
AS complnints havo reached mo of
lute from tomo of my customers
Unit they can pmclinse Hawallml.nindc
Soap cheaper limn 1 linvu I out celling
it, I beg to stale that I lmvo ulunys
transuded my business In a fair and
straightforward way, charging the same
prico Io nil nlikc, nrd pelliiig At It
moderate rate; and at the same time 1
would Inform my customer and tho
public that from and after this dale my
price will be 7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Sonp Works. Lclco, Hono
lulu, June 21st. , C'.t
On. and aftor this dato,
Mm. Davis Wililcr
will attend to the
Entire Delivery of Butter
to nil tho Customers Bcrvcd by tho
Woodlawn Dairy &. Stock Comp'y.
Burnt Out but Not Dead !
Eyai's Boit-Bnilllii Slum
Is now adjoining the rear of
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN nmounts of $100 nnd upwards.
Good security required. Apply to
J. A'LPKKD MAGOOM.
C5tf 42 Merchant street, Honi.l lu
Crystal Soda Worts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
L'. mon Soda, Lemonade, Sariaparilln,
Fiu'.t Syrups and K-sonces and
mado from tlic pure Apple, all of which
wo guaiantee to bo tho beU.
tT Wo also invito pnrties intending
starting stores for the sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
io call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sella Worts,
P. O. Bo 307, Honolulu.
Haw'n Carnage Manf 'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
Intcr-Islnnd S. NJCo.,
Hnw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wildcr's Steamship Co.,
C-. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON,;Stook
38 Merchant Strert.
The Sale of Shares of Humnuln Shorn
Co. has becu postponed to MONDAY,
By order of .1. F. Ilnckfeld, Adminis
trator of tho Estate of Conrad Menko.
deceased, wo have been diiccted to sell
nt public auction, nt our Salesroom, in
On MONDAY, Aug. Kith,
at la o'clock, noon, of that dny,
if not previously disposed ol,
400 Shares in the
OiiiiiiiulaSlieq) Station Co,
of Ilumtiula, Ilawuii.
Tho total Capital Stock of tho Humnuln
Sheep Station Co, amount to 1,000
Shares nt tho
Par Value of $ I OO each.
Tho Company owns the valuable sheep
ranch situnto on the slopes of Mauna
kea and Mnunnloa, known as the Huron.
ula Sheep Station j tho total area of land,
hold under a lease from the Crown Com.
mihsioners for an unexpired term of
about 2-J years, is 100,000 acies, more or
less, n largo part of which is beautiful
pasture land; there arc
About 20,000 Sheep
mora or less, also a largo number o,
Horses nnd wild Cattle on tho lauds.
The Share? will bo Hold with pilvilego
to tako GO to 400 Shares.
Tho above bale h mado for the pur-
Sosu of settling the estate of bititl C.
lenke, deceased, and will bo without
SSf The terms of tho salo are Ciibh.
For lurthcr particulars, upply to J. V.
Ilnckfeld, nt thu office of Uackfeld &
Co., Honolulu, or
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
57 wly Auctioneeni.
ANY (lr cmiicut Mi; nrd by my wife,
KAir..KAXO, will lie null and
voM without my tliiiuturo.
7.t iw ISKArtl. FISHElt.
i it. a. a arruoi,
IhtUlll'.li Ut MilJUi
I'm term, rnqnl'r t
71 tin Wl SI, D.J W it CO., Fort St.
AT a sprthl ntietlng of tho Stock,
holders of the l'nclilc Navigation
Co. held Juno 21 1880,0. V. CASTLE
was chcted Secretary nnd Treasurer to
till thcvicttiicy caused bv tho resigna
tion of V. B. Uat GEO P. CASTLE,
Secretary and Trcaurcr
Honolulu, J .no B"i, 1SS0. 74 4t
Tho Delightful Ilcsiuuncc
of Hcv. J. M. Alexander, situnto at
Consisting &f 223 Acres of Land,
of which 0 Aorc.-t in planted with Euca.
lyptui A for I'utting for llre,wopd. The
wood llntls roidv sale delivered on lite
place. There mo also 1 Acre in Guinea
griis, on of the inot valuable grasses
iui0v.ii lor btock.ialsing. Also,
A Lirp Dwells Eonse,
Sen an N' Ilntw, Carriage House,
and nil tho couxcnlcncis of a home.
Tin1 premies limu an UNFAILING
WAIEU&UPI'LY, which lsjad on in
pities to the house nnd pistuTbj. 'Also,
1 Choice Amorican Stallion,
1 Jack, about 50 Horses,
mures and colts,
1 Part Durham. Bull, about
The pasture land is very rich, afford
lug nbtiud.tnuo nt im-tuingo for twice
tlto uttmbui of stock now on it.
Several invluei cloio to the liouso nro
will Moi kul willi bi'iiilng fruit trees:
Alligtior 1'cmi-, Mangoes, Peaches,
Bicidfiuit, Pmu Apply, etc., etc.
The large jnrd in which the dwelling
Flafds is a" be.iutiful combination of
Uti'i'ti turf, ornamental shrubbery and
The loca'ion is on the slope about one
mile hiiiuLm of tlto Haiku Mill, nnckow
Ing to its elevation the scenery IsunsTTr.
pits.ed.and the temperature much cooler
thitunt l ho Fen level.
'1 here is a good English school tit
Eucnsive niljarcnt binils are for sale
or lenu in cif-u the put chaser wishes to
combine them for a large ranch.
Also, 28 Acres and an 8-Room.
Collage at Olinda,
At an eluvnllon of -1,000 feet!
TERMS JIODEHATB Cash or mort
gage ITor fin the i particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
7(1 2vT 1S Merchant Street.
Uy older of J. F. Hackteld, Esq., the
duly appointed Asicnce of tho Bank
rup't lUite of T. K.. Clarke of Kipahulu,
Maui, acting under authority of an or
tier of tho btipreint Court dated June 8,
I8SI), vunriMliicrlcd to bell at Public
auction, nt our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, '80,
at 12 riVluuk, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of .the said J. 1 Ilnckfeld as such
A-signce, of, In and to the
situ ite -l ICipiliulu, Maui, heretofore
Mongiijg to lb') saitl T. If. Clarke.
Tin- buitl Plantation comprises about
l!i00 hoi es of hand in fee simple, nnd
alitiut l.'0'i acies of I.c iscd Land ; there
uio about 7 MO .teres nt Li nd nvailablo
lor cane cultivation; about 120 acres of
I'luiil Cane, and about 110 acres of 1 and
t! Hiiitiiuits aie now growing for the
ncu emu to rpiuo oil" lroin, say. Decern.
bei, IfcFG, to about 3Iay, lfc87. There
132 head of "Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yoarlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on t o Plantation nil branded TKC, nlso
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mulo Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally used on a sugar plantation.
Tlio linger pint ol the Cuuu, when har
vest! d, tanbo convoyed to tho mill by
Tin re is n i;ood substantial landing
bililge, lu which tho Plantation holds a
lialf imorcit. Albo, a I onltey Engine
and iu lino Hack connected with tho
Tlio Plantation Is In good running
order and a new ciop is being put in at
US?- Tho terms of he Bale aro CASH,
ami the Deeds nro at the expense of the
For nil further particulars apply to
J. F. Ilnckffld, Honolulu, or to OSCAR
UNNAnt Kipahuiu, Maul.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tlie Pacific Transfer Co-.
Onho Willi O. K. Jlillcr,
U Men bant Street,
Boll Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 3D1.
I am fully prepared to do all kindsjof
drnyagt', huiiliug or moving work, all of
winch I will guarantee to execute faith
02 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
Tlio JSesst Itonte
to the World Ecnowucd
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leuves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, July 13th.
The steamer passes along tho cntlro
coast of tho leeward sldo of Ilawuii, af.
fording tourists a panorama of clinrm.
ing scenery, and will stop nt Keiilakc
kun liny, whore sulllcient time ii allow
ed to visit tho Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route rench l'tiualuu
nt .1 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only o"no nlgjet on tho
vescl, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaliiu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will bo conveyed
by railroad to Pahaln, thence by stogo
coach to Half.wny House, wheio horses
and guides will bo in attendance to con
vey them to tho Volcano.
Tourist will havo two nights and one
whole day at tho Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to nAUItYci AltMlTAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at.tho ofllco of tlto 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. l,li Gin
Hogs to inform tho Public in general
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J. E. WISEMAN, General Business
Agent of Honolulu, Is our authorized
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands. CG lm
We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages,
Tho disease commences with n slight
dernngemcut of. the stomach, but, if
neglected, it in time involves tbo whole
frame, embracing tho kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and iu fact the entire gland
ular byttcin; and tho alllictcd drags out
n miserable existence until death gives
relief fi out sutrering. The discnto is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if the readet will ask himself the
following questions he will bo nb'o to
determine whether ho himself Is ono of
tho alllieted: Have I distress, pa' j, or
diilleulty in breathing uf to-eating? Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, nltenued by
drowsiness? Haolho eyes a yellow
tlugoV Does a thick, siioky inucors
gather about the gums and teeth In tlio
mornings, accompanied by a disagree
ablo taste? la tho tongue coated? Is
there pain in the sides and back? la
there a fullness, about the right side as
if tho liver weio enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising slid,
denly from uu horizontal position? Arc
tho secretions from tlio kidneys highly
coloured, with a doposlt after standing?
Does food ferment "fcoou after eating,
accompanied by flatulence or belching
of gas from thu stomach? Is there fro
quent palpitation of tho heart? These
various symptoms may not bo present nt
ono time, but they torment the sufferer
lu turn as tho dreadful dUeaso pro.
gicbses. If tbo case bo one of long
standing, there will be n dry, hacking
cough, uttutidcd after a timobycxpec
torulion. Iu very ndvanced Btagcs the
skin assumes a dirty brow nlfeh appear
ance, and tho hands nud feet aro covered
by u cold sticky perspiiatlou. As tho
liver and Kidneys nccomo more itnu
more diseased, rheumatic pains appear,,
and tho usual trvuliiicnt proves entirely
unavailing ugainst the latter agonising
disorder. Tho origin of this mulndy is
indigestion or dyepepila, and a small
Humility of the proper medicine will
remove the disease if taken in Its inoip
lency. It is most important that the
disease- should bo promptly and properly
treated in IU flrnt stages, when a llttlo
medicine will effect n cure, and even
when it has obtained a stiong hold tlio
correct remedy should bo persoveicil lu
until every vesllgo of tho disease is
eradicated, until the appetite has return
cd, and tho digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. Tho surest nud
most ell'ectual remedy for this dtbti ess.
lug cotiiplulnt is "Selgcl's Curative
Syrup," a vegetable preparation told by
nil chemists and mdicinc vendors
thcoughout the world, and by the pro
prli tore, A. J. White, Limited, London,
K. O. This Syrvp fctrlkcs nt tlto very
foundation of the disease, und drlu's it,
root mid branch, out of tho bystctn. Ask
yoar chemist for Seigel's Curative
"East street Mills, Carnbrl-lclievitlj,
"Kondou, 12 i,.fi'y l !:. 'i"
"Sir, It cives me croat I1 "uui 3 to bo
nblo to ndiKmyte union' in faoir of
jour valuable 8 nip as ncUiutituugcnl.
I bad stifle red for some length of time
from a severe form.of JiiiUjta tisu, and
the long train of distressing j mplonu
following that dl'casc. -1 had tried nil
possible menus to got wllcf, by seeking
the best medic. tl ad ice. had swallow.
cd sulllcient of their stuff to lloat a' mnn-of-war,
so to fpc.ik, but all to no avn.il.
A friend of mine, comiti? on tho scene
iu tho midst of my suffering, brought
with him a bottle of our Seigcl Syrup;
he advised me to try it, stating jic felt
confident it would benefit inc." Helng
weary of tryng so many drug, I con
demned it befoie tiial, thmklrg it could
not possibly Jo inu any good, but ultl
mntely determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work
cd s'icli a t'ltanpc in mutlmt I continued
taking It for nearly two mouths, nnd I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I luiu
discontinued its u for the weeks, nnd
feel in tho bet of health, nnd can par
tnke any kind of food with rate nud
comfort. I nut therefore thinktul to
you that, through the lns.trtiment.iHty of
your vnluablu medicine, I ntn restored to
the state of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. Fcinsyrnii.
"To Mr. A. .J. White."
Tllose who nro. in tlto ''Asthma
Fur n ice" should losu no time in obtain,
ing relief by tho use of "Tito ItoMtig.
weed Tar MKturo;" but do not uc the
medicine unfc you will follow nil the'
directions "to the letter."
Poor Alhini .iill'croit, who nro
strangers to "tired Nature" sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should iimUp uio
of "The lto'lin eed I'ar MIMure." Quiet
rcfrc&hinir sleep will fo'low Its iifo
"Wnlcrloo Ilotis-e, Loudon Stile, Chis
wick, "February 17th, 1S2.
"Mcsrs. Wnlto and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It I with meat pleas.
ur th it 1 ntld my tetlmoii. to tie
woiidciful effort of Solgol's sjYup. Fur
jeni", I nnd boon -uffoifinj fiom blllom
attacks, wlttolt Derail Willi gitlilliieij;
then a mist would coiuo before my eos
tancc of aw
so tnnt i Miouiu not Do able to lccogul
nny one or auj tiling at too ili-tancc
ytitd or two n em my fnco. Tiiix v
bo followed by excoho treiubli
my Knee-, n that 1 could nut Mrnitt
without siiimnrt: after which a scnoYo
hc.id.ieho would occur, hi-tlng often two
or tlttoo dass. I lino tiled .uIojs
ienicdte-)for thcso dUties-'tuff j mpldflts,
but until I tiictl sclgeri tmp 1 hud-iio
relief, bineo then 1 liavu hail CNCi'lluiit
health in ceiy icspeet. and if i:t-r t
feel a hcntlnehu comlim on 1 tnKo out)
iloo of tlic. !sinp. which urio&U it.
1101)1111: tliatUils te-.timoni.il nmv be tlto
nicuns of luduUng othei. (who Mifiur .is
1 used) to tiyV.be Syi up, as I fool sure
they will receive bpeedj bouuflt and
ultimately bo cured, I beg to icmnln,
"A. II. HOIITO.V."
Scigel's Operating- PUK piuvent ill
effects from evens, in eating of drink
ing. A Kotl doo at bod-time renders
a person lit for busintlss in tlto morning.
If 3 ou hsiAo Asthma u-e- 'TlicltOiinwi.ed
Great Excitement in Waias
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Bed.
Mr. Editok: While spending a fjw
dajs at the piewaut s-cuMdo town of
Aberystwith, C.irdipnusliire, Willed. I '
heard related what scorned to me either
a fabulous Btory Or a muncllnns cure.
The story was tliata poor sullerer who'
had not been ablo to lie down iu bed for
six long ycnri, gieu up Io dlo by nil 'he
Doctois, had beo.i fcpeedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was ri'lu'.eil
with the more implicit confidence from
the circumstance, ns wni taid; that tlio
Vicur of IjlanrBtyd as familiar with
the facts, and could vouch fer the truth
of the report.
Having n llttlo curiosity to know Low
such stories grow iu t!Jolliug, I trok
tho liberty while til tho village of Llau
rystyd to call upon thu Vicar, tho Kev.
T. Evans, anil to enquire nbout this
wonderful cine. TIioukIi a totul stran
ger to him, both he ami his wile most
graciously entertained me in a half
hour's convcrt-niion. principally touching
the case of -Mr. Pugh, iu which tltey
secjned to take n deep and sympathetic
intc'r$t, having been fninilitir wilh liis
sullciiiigr), and now rejoiced in what
seemed io llictn a lnohl-tvpiuiktible euro.
The Vicar rcnitnkcil tli.it hu presumed
his nr.nu had been connected with,iho
report from his luiMiig mentioned tlto
case to Mi. .lolin Thomas, a chemist of
Llauoti. He tald Mr. Pugh was fori ei
ly a resident of their pmisli, but wnsi.ow
living iu the pirMi of Lbiiuldoinol
Ho strongly winched Mr. Win. Pugit's
character in" it lcrpectnllo farmei ai1 -
worthy of credit. I loll the viucrchlu
Vicar with u livelier house of ti o huppy
relation of a ptstor and people-, feeing
that he was one who liuly t-yii'ptibi.cii
witli all wlio are atilicted iu mind, body,
On my return to Abcrystwlv'i, I uis
impressed with a dccirctohce Mr. Poult,
whoso lenul.uloli btood so lil'li. His
fin m is called Pitnconi.MJwr, s'jnlfy lug
"nbove thu dingle," nituutul near tlto
summit of n smooth round hill, n?cr
looking a beautiful valley in whic.i is
situated tlio lovely iv mantled Church
of Llauddciuol. I round Mr. P ,gh,
apparently about -10 year old. uf med' .un
height, ratlier tllglit, with a plci-niit;u d
liitelligcnl face. 1 told him I li.ul lu trd
of his great nflllctiou and of his rem irk.
able and almost miraculous ii'litl, -nd
that 1 had mine to leant firm his-owu
lips, whut tht,ro was of truth in thv re
ports, Mr. Pugh lemarked that his neigh
bors Intel taken a kindly and bj iiji
ntlietio iuteribt in bib case for I. my
years, biiiof-lato their intertbt lutd been
greatly nwitkentd by a hippy chaniM In
Ids condition. Wlinlyoti rejuiri i.t linv.
ing heard abroad, biiiil he, is subitant
iafiy true, wlili ono uceptioll. I never
understood tliat my casewu-i ecr tiven
uji ab hopf'li.ss by nny I'liytiolan. I
liao licen irtatcu uy sevtiat woiuurs
hereabouts, as good as tin) In Walc. but
unfortunately no precrlplloll of tbalra
ever brought tlto tleslted relief.
Plfleen years ngo, lie wild. I flrtt be
camo couselotu oi a tour nud (lam ged
stomach and lost, ol appetite, whleli tho'
Doctors toltl me was Dyspepsia, 'hnt
food I could hold in my t,iimnr)i sum.
cd to do mo no goou nnd vruf. . fteu
thrown up with painful retehlur. t'his
was followed uftcrn timu with u ho rc
ncss nud a raw sorencf rff 'the t' ont
which tho Doctors ciilkil Abninoliiiis,
and I wa- treated for that,. hut iltlt
llttlo success, Then camo alioiti.t .J of
breath nnd nsmso of sufloiuton, ui o
clally nlghli, with cluniiny huoijt, ..nd I
Would havo to get out of bed ind home.
limes open a door or window In v'nter
weather to till my lungs witli tho cold
About six yciia ago I hceauiQ ro had
that I could tut sleep iu hod. but 1 nl to
take my Utiquicl ret and drcaini sleep
elttlng In un aunt-hair. My ulllLnioii'
seemed to he working downward into
my bowels as well as upwuid luio my
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