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WEDNESDAY, JULY. Mi 188G.
Schr Mana from Kalwilahllnhl
Schr Waloll from Kunu
Schr Wallclo finin Kunu
Hclir Llhollho f i om Komi
SchrMolwnhhio f mm Kohohilclu
Behr Lttka for ICoholnlclo
fcchr Knukcaoull tor Koliala
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
S S Zcnlnntlla for San Francisco
Sclir Wnllolo for I'ahi
Stinr Lclitia for windward poits at noon
Sclir Canute for Illlo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk 0 0 Wliltnfoie, Thompson
Hk Ulgl, Zopll
Uk Star of Devon, Mockets
llKtne Morning Star, Turner
Vr seer llnnitnonla, Award
Hilt I'kJLapwlng, Do Gruchy
Gor schr Mttrv U Bohin, Mobcrg
Uk Foiet Queen, Winding
HawSS Zealandia, K Van Otctendorf
Gur bk Fnttst Bismarck, Vander Vlng
Ain Sclir J G Noith, Moore
llglnc W G It win, McCollooh
IJilt bk lilrmah, Jcmis, from
gow, due Juno 25-!50.
Ihit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk ICdwaul May, Joluon,, from
Bostou,'dtto August 20-31.
II I G t S Bismarck, from Auckland,
N Z, via Samoa, duo April 2Q-30.
II I 6 M S Guclsenaii, from Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, duo Apill 20-30.
II I G M S Olgn, from Auckland, NZ,
via Samoa, duo April 20-30. .
Brit ship Annum, fiom Liverpool, duo
Haw brig Allio llowc, J Philips, from
Hongkong, duo Juno 10-30?
Am bark Aurora, from Newcastle, X
S W, due July 1-10.
Am bk F C Slebcn, from Newcastle,
N S W, due July 20-31.
Am ok Holden, from Newcastle, N S
W, due July 15-20.
Am brig Sallua, Blake, from San
Francisco, due at Kahuhil,'Junc 20-20.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Koss, from
Port Townscnd, AV T, due July 20-31.
Am schr Ida Sehnaucr, from Em oka,
Cal, due at Knliultil, July 20-30.
Nlo bk Elmijio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B'C, duo June 25-30.
Am schr V S Bowuu from San Fran
cisco, due July 0-17.
Am schrllosailo from San Francisco,
for Kahultil duo July 0-17.
For Kauai, per steamer James Makee,
July 13th Mrs L Kaukokalani, Miss M
A Titepmb, Mr Kalaeone, and about 70
For Kahulul, per steamer Likcllkc,
July 13th Captain William Blulun, W
J Lowrcy, Mrs S 31 Damon and 3 chil
dren, Miss Lixzlc Campbell, T J Chap
man, Miss Himuna, Miss Seklhi, W K
Jenkins, G Williams and wife, G W
Noitou. Mrs Ferguson, Mr Ryan, and
about 00 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Woioli 903 bags sugar.
Schr "Wailclc 11C8 bags sugar.
Sclir Llholiho 21 bales of wool.
Schr Mann 1080 bags sugar.
The Liholilio touched tho reef while
coining in the passage this morning but
was not hurt.
The Lapwing will sail on Friday next
with about 1100 tons of sugar for San
The Forest Queen will sail' about
The Rigi will sail next week for
Paget Sound to load lumber for Mel
bourne. Steamer Bishop will be lowered from
the Marine Railway to-morrow.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Zealandia sails for San Fran
cisco at noon to-morrow.
The monthly meeting of the Y.
M. C. A. will be hold to-morrow
The Jas. Makee was detained last
evening to catch two pigs that broke
loose and ran up town.
Battalion drill this evening at tho
Palace Square, under tho command
of His Majesty the King.
Kaiwilahii.ahi mill has suspended
grinding for a few days, and all
hands set to stripping cane.
Mil. C. O. Berger has erected a
post at Palaco Squaro, whero ho will
exhibit his. electric light next week.
H. R. II. PniNcnss Liliuokalani
and Mrs. J. I. Dowtott paid a visit to
the Legislative Assembly this fore
J. Lyons will hold his regular cash
sale to-nionowi at 10 a. m., and at 12
noon will bo oil'eicd a lot of splendid
. o .
Tun members of tho Honolulu Ri
fles aio ordered to appear at the Ar
mory at 7 o'clock this evening, to par
ticipate in tho battalion drill.
, . .
BiiAitnuoi.DKKS in tho "Press"
Publishing Company will bo entitled
to a-dividend of 25 cents per share
on Saturday, tho 17th instant.
Si:vi:itAi.of Honolulu'!) Hcet-footois,
who aspiio to fame as 1 minors, will
practice at that sport this evening,
near the foot of Punchbowl hill.
Tiiu Hook and Ladder Co. at its
Inst meeting lc-elected Mr. W. E.
Horrick as a member ol tho Board
of Representatives of thoFiro Depart
Tiik schooner Neltio Morrill was to
leave Waianao at 3 o'clock this aflci
noon, with 2,200 bags of biigitr. There
aro 11 or 12 hunthed lugs of sugar
yet at Waiiuiuo, ready for shipment.
Tiik Royal Hawaiian Band fecrc
naded tho Fiench Minister, Moiih.
Peer, tit his residence this morning,
it being tho anhivcisary oHlm fall of
the Btisiilo, which event occurred on
July 14, 1780.
Mrsbiib. L. von Tompslty and V.
Williams havo formed a co-partnership
in a caltlo ranch at Kula, Maka
wao, Mititi. "Erclnion" is tlio namo
ot I lip ruucli, and it is bcliovod that
tho cattle will need soven stomachs
to digest it.
At tho icgular meeting of tho
Honolulu Yacht nnd Hoat Olub held
List o oning at tho boathotixo, the
following gentlemen wcro elected as
monibeiH of tho club t Oscnr Hranrh,
Alficd If. E. Hutchinson, W. A.
Wall, G. II. Tweed te, L. J. Levey, J.
Mb. .Tub. Torbert, winner of tho
foot rnco at Makiki, last Satuiday,
lias been challenged by a native,
namo Laau, to iuu a milo race at
Maikiki ,iaco eoiusu this evening for
$50 n side. The challenge has been
accepted, and tho contest will occur
at about fi.UO o'clock.
Fot.i.owiNO mo tho six best scoics
niado at Foil Btieet shooting gallery
dining tho prize shooting coiitot-t:-
C. W. A-diford.
J. II. Fisher. . .
O. 1$. Wilton...
W. C. King...,
Mr. Goldbeig made the lowest scoio,
and won the consolation pri.e. Tho
pijzo winncis nio invited to call at
tho gallery Saturday night.
Tiik employees of the General Post
.Ollico aie annoyed at the remarks of
the gentleman who writes from Ha
waii to the " Gazette," complaining
of recent irregularity in receiving
papers by mail, as the lcniarks can
bo construed to rellect on them.
The same clerks occupy the same
positions and do the same work now
as before, and do it in the same way.
But they say it is a common occur
ence for papers to be posted after
the mails have been closed, and des
patched, and so get left, which, is 119
fault of theirs.
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Strctcpers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. ' 74-Gt.
Tin: most popular resort in tho
city arc tho Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Delicious Ice Creams, Ices, Cakes
and Candies always on hand. 73
Dn. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for nil foims of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
m . .
By the steamer Zealandia the Lead
ing Millinery House of Chas. J.
Fishel has leceived a fine line of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundrcd Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers the
genuine article, Swiss Edgings, all
oyer Laces. Full line of Indies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
Patkonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, wheie ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly tilled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel strcot.
A QUERRY ABOUT AUCTIONEERS.
Editou Bullutin: A question
has cropped up which perhaps some
of your correspondents may answer,
viz., can ,a lincensed auctioneer
employ anyone, who is unlicensed,
to sell properties entrusted to such
licensed auctioneer for ' sale by
public auction, such licensed auc
tioneer taking no part i 11 the sale?
PerhapS His Excellency the Minister
of the Interior may enlighten us.
A Tax Payku.
Honolulu, July 11, 188G.
Certainly, a licensed auctioneer
can employ another man to do his
selling for him as well us a groeer,
or draper, or anyone else. If a
business man could only employ
assistants who arc themselves in
possession of business licenses, most
of our business men would Iuiyo to
provide numerous licenses for the
one business. Why should an auc
tioneer who pays a license be debar
red from employing a second pat ty
to do his selling any more than n
merchant? The idea is preposterous'
COMMITMENT OF THE INSANE.
Editou Bulletin: Have you
ever given a thought on tho manner
in which people in this country aio
committed to the asylum for the
insane? A number of tunes within
the last few months, I have noticed
in tho daily papers such an item as
tho following: "Yesterday John
Doe was committed to the asylum
for tho insane, Dr. So & So con
sidering him unfit to bent large."
It seems to me litis is an extraordi
nary power to be vested in one man,
and certainly could be made the
means of doing great injustice. It
is the custom in tho United States
ami most other countries, to ap
point a Commission of Lunacy, con
sisting of a number of prominent
physicians, and the supposed case
is not only exammea nut evidence
taken to get at the facts of tho case,
and even then there has been great
injustice at times. Here a suspected
criminal has a chance, by having as
is supposed a fair and impartial
tiinl," before lie is convicted, and
scut to prison, but in the other case
a man can be sent to n worse than
prison, on the say of one man, No
person is safe under such a law, if
there is any law for it.
iiil',. .11 ir: -rtn'J'l1J!!l'Wiijg,iffyrejjpjgipg
LETTER FROM OR. BEOKWIJH.
A fund of Borne $500 wns. lately
contributed by former pupils of
Itov. E. O. Hcckwilh, who was for
many years tho teacher of the Royal
School and afterwards President of
Onliu College towaute the election
of the climch of the Third Congre
gational Society of San Francisco,
of which Dr. Bcckwith is now pastor.
Dr. B. sends the following letter
in acknowledgment of the gifts of
his former pupils :
To Lilinokalatii, A I. Jndd, W.
G. Irwin, Annie II. Tin ton, Charles
II. Jiuld, Ilonfy 1. Baldwin, &c.,
&c., a great company of my be
loved pupils of Hawaii nei :
My dear. Friends: 1 had not
imagined thnt my boys and girls
would ever have caught me napping.
But you have ccitainly taken 1110
unawares this time. Your generous
gift in aid of our little church build
ing enterprise by U10 hands of Mrs.
Atlieiton, was the most complete
and tho mo3t welcome surprise that
ever came to me.
Welcome for the money value of
it. It will help us out grandly in our
emergency. And still more wel
come for the love it betokens. That
so generous a gift should have come
at nil from my "lpving scholars" of
so long ago and fiom so far away,
would have touched me very
tenderly. But to have it come so
altogether unsolicited and unex
pected, quite takes my heart cap
tive, and I surrender uncondition
ally, and humbly acknowledge 'that
the pupils have got the better of the
Xow, both for myself nnd for the
church you have so kindly aided, I
send you, one and all, our warmest
thanks and our heartiest giecting.
Henceforth let it be nuclei stood that
you all have 'a joint propiictoiship
with ns in the Third Congregational
Church of San Francisco, and will
bo doubly welcome to its services
whenever you may bo in our city.
Very sincerely and gratefully,
Your loving teacher and friend,
E. G. BncKWirii.
An installation of the ofllcers of
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, 1. O. O. F.,
took place at the lodge room last
Monday evening. The ollicers were
installed by W. E. Foster,, D. D.
G. S., assisted by E. C. Rowe, L.
C. Abies, W. C. Parke and R. II.
Graham, R. F., as follows: C. J.
Fishel, N. G. r W. O. Atwater, V.
G. ; C. J. McCarthy, W.; J. A.
Palmer S. ; L. C. Abies, I. ; R. II.
Graham, R. S. N. G. ; F. Wilhelm,
L. S. N. G. ; and E. C. Rowe, R.
S. V. G.
THE LACK BUILDING.
The new building latePy erected on
Fort street, between Met chant and
King streets, by Mis. Thos. Lack,
is an ornament lo the neighborhood.
It is a lire proof brick building, two
stories high, and cost So", 000. The
lower floor is the machine, gun,
ammunition and lepaiiing depart-,
ment, ,neatly fitted up with orna
mental shelves and other fix
tures. The upper iloor is reached
by an elevator. Upstairs
is the fancy work department, where
Mrs. Nicoll, assisted by Misses
Tuck and Webster, attend to the sale
of fancy work, or give lessons in
embroidery. This department is
nicely furnished and has abundance
of light and ventilation. The build
ing also contains a cellar for storage
A SAD ACCIDENT.
At Laupahoehoe, Hawaii, Lid
gato's Plantation, a seiious accident
occurred on July 1th. E. G. Good
man (well known in Honolulu and
formerly proprietor of the Ciystal
Dining Ifooms here) was lighting a
large b6mb, when it suddenly ex
ploded, tearing the thumb and first
finger of the lig'lit baud completely
011, ana siiaucriug iuu ii.inu mm
wiist in a frightful manner. He was
brought down from Hawaii by the
Kinau on last Saturday, and is now
lying in the Queen's Hospital.
Several Honolulu friends are around
raising a subscription for tho poor
fellow, as ho is destitute, and having
lost the use of his light hand, de
barring him from his trade as a car
penter, it is to he hoped thoj' may
succeed, so the poor fellow may re
turn to his native home in England
wlten able to leave the hospital.
In Nicaragua, on May 22nd, there
was a terrific eruption from the
Volcano Mom.tonibs. The city of
Managua, tho capital of the coun
try, had been piactically destioyed
by tho violent earthquakes which
accompanied the eruption. The
earth upon which the city was built
suddenlv sunk three feet below its
foi mcr level and many buildings of
considerable vnluo were completely
wrecked. It is icported that there
was some loss of life. The town nttho
terminus of tlto railwny, forty miles
from Uealjo, was being fast buried
beneath the hot volcanic ashes and
many lives were lost. Tho situation
in Ucaljo began to grow somewhat
thrcutenintr. and tho depaituro of
tho steamer leaving the news was
hastened on that account. Tie sky
became daik, of u btrnngo giay tint,
lino volcanic ashes began to fall,
nnd tho atmosphere becamo oppies
sivo and the breathing painful. The
fall of aslics increased as tho ship
left the harbor. They continued to
sift down upon the decks until tho
vessel was fully forty miles out.
Over tho intciior of the country,
toward the volcano, there appealed
J to hang a douse dark cloud.
REMITTANCES FROM THE IRISH NA
Rev. Dr. Charles Reilly of De
troit, Treasurer of the Irish Na'
tional League of America, yesterday
remitted 12,000 to Justin McCar
thy and Joseph C. Biggar, Trea
surers 6f the Parliamentary Fund.
This makes a total of about 4 5,000
or $2213,000, sent over by Dr.
Heilly since the Boston Convention.
Twenty-live thousand dollars of tho
sum was in Mr. Pamell's hands be
fore the last election, when the Iiish
party elected eighty-six members.
Mr. Parncll declared immediately
after that election that the parly
could not have succeeded without
this aid. Tho largest contributions
to tho league thus far come from
Philadelphia anil Boston. Among
those who contributions go to make
up yesterday's remittance is Cardi
nal Gibbons of Baltimore. Phila
delphia Ledger, Juno 25.
TALMAGE ON NEWSPAPERS.
One of the great trials of
newspaper profession is tho fact that
tlicy aro compelled to see more of
the shnins of the world than any
other profession. Through every
newspaper olllce, day by clay, go
the weakness of the world, the vani
ties that want to be puffed, tho re
venges that want to bo wreaked, all
the mistakes that want to be cor
rected, all tho dull speakers who
want to be thought eloquent, all the
meanness that wants to get its wares
noticed gratis in the editorial col
umns, all men who want to be sot
right who never were right, all tho
cracked brain philosophers, with
story as long as their hair, and as
gloomy as their finger nails, in
mourning because bereft of soap ;
all the itinerant bores who come to
stay five minutes and stop an I10111.
From tho editorial and reportoiial
rooms all the follies and shams of
the world are seen day by day, and
it is no sin prise to me that in your
profession there arc some skeptical
men. I only wonder that you be
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS TRADE.
Outside of Great Britain the Ha
waiian Islands trade is tho most im
portant in the foreign commerce of
California. It is simply wonderful
how the trade has been built up
under the Reciprocity treaty. For
the first five months of the year tiie
figures for merchandise and produce
arc as follows :
Imports from the Hawa
iian Islands $ r..):!0,411
Exports to Hawaiian Inlands 1,109,400
Total Merchandise $0,720,811
We also sent to the Islands
$373,000 in specie in the same inter
val. The trade-is apparently in fa
vor of the Islands, but when it is
remembered that many of the Sugar
plantations are in the hands of Ame
ricans, with tho whole of the carry
ing trade; most of the difference be
tween the imports and exports goes
into the pockets ofour own people.
In the first five months this' year
there was 111,013,000 lbs Sugar.re
ceived from the Hawaiian Islands,
valued at So, 290,000. American
capitalists absorbed a largo part of
this money. The value of some of
the cargoes now on the way here
from the Islands is as follows :
The cargo of the steamer Austra
lia, which arrived here June 9th,
was valued at 81-18,758, and the va
lue of the Zealandia's cargo on the
23d was still greater. S. V.
A gn' gambler in El Paso had, in
in the course of a year or two's .icsi
denco, paid the city 811, and to "get
even" on the city ho shot a bullet
into his head. A note found, in his
pocket snys: " I want to die in El
Paso so I can get even with the city.
Iltave paid them 811, and they can
not well get rid of mo for less. I
have got my mind made up what to
do and will ilo it. Texas Paper.
People who have called upon
President Cleveland since his wed
ding remark with pleasure the
change which that happy event has
created in him. Instead of tho
tough and somowhut uncouth man
that he was three weeks ago, ho has
developed into n very ngrceab'lo and
companionable person. The stem
appearance with which ho formcily
giectcd visitors hs given way to a
smile which is as hearty ns it is
pleasing. The refining iulliicnccs of
tho wedding-ring are beginning to
make themselves manifest in tho
Buffalo man, and theio is rejoicing
in consequence. Indianapolis
MR. B. J. APPLEBY,
TKAG'IILH OF IiANJO.
For tonne! cwpiiio at
74 lm WEST, DiW & CO., Fort St.
ANY document signed by my wife,
KAILAKANOA, will bo null and
void without my fclminturo,
7.'1 lw ISHAKL PI3IIKU.
At Kanioluiii Park, for n term
of blx months, tho Cottngo
and premises now occupied
by tho undersigned, nnd containing
Parlor, Dining and 2 lleilroomc. Alo,
Bathroom, Pnutry mid Kitchen. Tho
Uottngu is nicely funfUlieil 111 eery
piirllculir for housekeeping. AJcrvcy
Cow on Iho premise turnlHliis quan.
titles of milk, cream and butter; also, a
nice collection of good laying hens. To
a dcMrablu party good tonus will bo
offered. Apply to
10 If. J. AGNEW,
Haw'nrnirrtigcMimf'gCo, Jt 00
B. O. llnll &.Soii 75
Intcr.Huml h. N.t., c3 too
Hell Telephone, '(3 33
llaw'u Airrlcultnral O , ? 100
Wilder'iSifiuihhi,. Co., ?I00
C". Blower & Co., U.O
Wooillnwn Dahy, 00
W'nlluku Sugar Co., 00
Star Mill. IW
Heilprocliy SucarCfli i
L A THUHSTON.Stock lltokci.
31 Mcrrhnnt Street 151 ly
On and after this date,
will attend to tho
Entire Deliwy of Bitter
lo nil the Customers solved bv the
Wootlluwn Dairy & Stook Comp'y.
Burnt Out. but Not Dead !
Ryan's Biit-BiiUDiir Slop
Is now adjoining tho rear of
IN amounts of $100 and upwards
Good aicurity requited. Apply to
J. ALVUED JIAGOON.
03tf 42 Meiclmnt ttrcet, Honolulu
Ginger Ale, .Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarsaparllla,
Ftuit Syittpd.nnd Lssences and
made from the pure Apple, all of which
wo guaimituo to bo the bcH.
Jt" Wo also invite parties intending
Uniting lores tor tho side of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsowherc.
Tim Mil Soda Worts,
P. O. llox !!07, Honolulu.
By order of .f. F. Hackfehl, Eiq., tbo
duly appointed Assignee of the Rank
nipt Lutnle of T. K. Clarke of Kipiiliulu,
Almii, acting under authority of an or
der of Iho buprenm Court dated June S,
I8S0, wo aiu directed to si 11 nt Public
auction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, '8G,
at 1 oVlock, uooji, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. F. Hackfcld as such
Assignee, of, In and to the
biliute ut ICipihuhi, Mntil, heretofore
belongtnn to the slid T. K. Clarke.
T b'ud Plnnlatinn comprises about
.l'JOu us of I.niid In feo himiilc. and
about 1 O'lneiciof Leaned Lund; thero
urn about 7 SCO ncies of Lind available
'iot euuo cultivation; about 1-0 acres of
Plant t ane and about 1-10 aores of 1 and
2 Iltitlnons atu now growing for thu
not crop to come oil' from, tnv. Decem
ber, ISfiO, to about 31ny, 1&87. There
132 hetfd of Working Cattle,
2 Bulln, 27 Yonrlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and somo
on (Uu Plantation all branded TKO., also
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
gciierilly .imjiI on a sugar plantation.
Tho larger part of tho C11110, when hur
vetul, cau bo convoyed to iho mill' by
lltiuiing. , , , , , ,,
Thiro U a good suhstanthil landing
bridge, in wldoh tho Pliuitnttoii.hohls a
liulf InteiO't. Also, a Donltov Engine
and hn lino track connected with tho
The Plantation U in good running
oidrr nnd a new crop is being put in tit
IsJj" Tho lerttis of ho Balo aio OAmI,
ami iho Dccdn aro at thu expense of tho
For all further particulars apply to
J. P. Unokidhl. Honolulu, or 10 CBOAH
UNXA nt Kipahulu, Maul,
13. P. ADAMS & CO.,
B5 td Auctioneers.
MoT-lsM 1 1 Co.,
TL7UO 33ct 3Konte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall .
heaves Honolulu at 10 o'clnck a.m. on
Tuesday, July 13th.
The steamer pusses along tho entire
coaot of the lccwnrd side of Ilnwnll, af.
fording touriMs u panorumu of charm
ing fcencry, and will stop at Kci.likc.
kuu Hay, w'hcio mifllclent lime is allow
ed to visit tho Monument of Captain
Tourists by (his route icnrli l'unaluu
ut 0 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only 0110 night on the
vessel, making Hie entlro p-isagc in
smooth water. At l'unaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
awl from there tourists will bo com eyed
by railroad lo Pallida, thence by btnge
conch to llalf.wny House, wheic horses
mill uuides will bo in attendance to con
vey them lo the Volcano.
Tourists will havo two nights anil one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIAU11Y AHMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the ofllco of the I. . S.
N. Co., Esplanade. !I70 Cm
Begs to intoini the Public in- general
that ho has received an
of Ladies', Gents'. anil.Childrcn's
Boots, Shoes &
ROOMS TO LET,
CLEAN, cool, comfortable, furnished
Rooms to lei, at moderate rates, at
93 and 100 Hotel street. S81m
The Grand Wotfc Finished.
Gen. Grunt's Memoirs.
Both oliunc9 arcicaily for delivery.
'Ihc press all over the woihi speak in
admirable terms of the books. Send
in jour name to the undersigned and
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Agent of Honolulu, is our auihorired
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands. CG lm
i a complaints hao icached
late from somo of mv customers
that they can purchase llnwaiinii.mndc
Soap cheaper ihan I have been selling
it, I beg to state that. I have always
U imsiic ted my business in a fnir and
straightforward way, charging thosnme
price to nil alike, and selling at a
piodcrutc rate; and at the same time 1
would inform my customers nnd tho
public that from and after this (Into my
price will be $7 per 100 lb".
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, June 21st. SO
TO THE PUBLIC.
Ill Pacific Transfer Go.
Ofllco with C. K. Miller,
12 Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel, 391.
I am fully prepared to do all kindslof
drnyngc, hauling or moving work, nil of
whlcn 1 will guarantee 10 execute mini
fully. G2 ly S. F. G HAH AM, Prop'r.
We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement of tbo stomach, but, if
neglected, it in timu involves tbo wholo
frame, embracing the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, nnd in fact tho oiitl re gland,
uhir system; nnd tbo afflicted drags out
u miserable existence until death gives
rolicf from suffering. The dlseato is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if tho reader will ask himself tho
following questions he will bo able to
ilittermluu whether he himself is 0110 of
tho alllietcd: Havo I distress, pain, or
dlulculty hi breathing after eating? Is
there a dull, heavy fouling, attended by
drowslnebsr Hae tho eyes a yellow
Hugo? Docs a thick, sdeky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth hi tho
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
able tusto? Is tho tongttu coated t I
there pain la tho sides and bi'cky Is
there a fullness nbout the light Riifo a
If (ho liver woio enlarging! Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud.
denly from an horizontal poi-iilon Aro
the bccrctlons fiom tho Kidiujs highly
coloured, with a deposit after standing?
Does food ferment boon after fitting,
accompanied by llntulenco or belching
of gtts from iho stomach? Is there fro.
nucul palpitation cf the heart? These
various symptoms may not be present nt
0110 lime, but they torment tho suflertr
in turn as tho dreadful diseaso pro.
grosses. If tho easu bo one of long
standing, there will bo n dry, hacking
cough, attended after a limo by expec
toration, In ery mlvunml stages the
6kin assumes a dirty brownish appear
aiico, and the bunds and feet nrocomed
by u cold sticky perspiration. As iho
liver- nnd kidney bGcotnn noro ntid
moro dltonsod, rhcuu:atif piiirii appear, ,
and the Usual frtiiiuieiit piotetciititcly
unavailing ngaiust Iho l.Hter ngonWing
disorder. Tho origin of this ninlndy Is
Indigestion or dyspepsia, and a small
riutintily of tho proper medicine will
1 remove 1110 disease ti uikcii in.ns lnuip
' lency. It is most impoitntil that tbo
illscaso should bo promptly nnd properly
I treated hi Its first stages, when a IPtlu
1 mcdiclnu will fleet n cure, and even
1 when It lias obtained a stlong hold tho
correct temedy Mionhl b persevered m
until every estlgo of the disease is
eradicated, until the nppetite lm return
ed, and iho dlgMlvc organs restored to
a bcnltby ro.illiiun. Tlie "nut! nnd
most cucttmil leinedy lor this dffctrr- s.
Ing complaint is "Stlgcl's Cumtive
Syrup," a vegetable pt. piintMon'ioId by
nil chemists nnd indlclno vendors
throughout the world, nnd ty Iho pro
prietors, A. .1. Whiti, Lu'iHpif, London,
U. O. This Svrp Mrlk". at the very
foundation of the ilistMc, -ind diies it,
loot nnd branch, out of tin system. Ask
your chemist for bugels Curntivo
"Enst-strcct Mills, Cnnbrlilg'-.licatli,
"London, L. C, July 2 1th. 1SSU
"Sir, It gives me great pleii'tire to bo
nblc to add my testimony in favour it
your vatunble Syrup ns a curvthong. nt.
I had suffered for sonic length ot time
from a severe foim o"f lndigeMion, ,uid
thu long train of dlsticssing symptoms
follow lm; that disease. I hnd tried till
.possible means to get relit f, by cek.ng
tuc uosi meuicai an"ice. l unit swnnow.
cd sufllclent of their sttill" to float a mnn.
of-war, so to sptnk, but all to no imdl.
A friend of mine, coining on the scene
in tho midst of my sullciings brought
with him a bottle of your Seiacl Syiup;
ho advised mo to try it, -tating lie 'i-lt
conthlent it would LcncDttne. Ik-ing
weary of trysng so many drugs, Icon,
demned it before tiinl, thinking it could
not potslbly lo me any e;ood, but ulti
mately determined to lake tbo Syrup.
After doing so for a slioittlmu it wc rk.
ed s'lcli a ennnge in 1110 that 1 continued
taking it for neatly two months, and I
then felt thoroughly emed, for I havo
discontinued its u-e for'fho weeks, and
feel in Iho "best of health, and caui .ir
take any kind of food with eno nnd
comfort. I urn ilicrefoio thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restouvl to
"the slate of health I now enjoy. Yojrs
trttlv. W. S. FoiisTnn.
"To Mr. A. J. While"
Those who aro in Iho "Asthma
Furnace" should loso no time in obtain,
ing relief bv the uc of "The Ho-itig.
weed Tar Mixture," but do not ue the
medicine unless you will follow all thu
directions "to tho letter."
Poor Asthma suflcrcrs, who are
strangers to "tired valine's sweet
restorer, lalmv sleep," should nuke use
of "Tins Hosinweed Tar Mixture" Quiet
refrej.ldnu bleep will follow its ii'o
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Cliis
wick, "Febnriry 17th, ISS'2.
"Messrs. Wnltc and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It 1 with gteat pleas
ure that 1 add my testimony to the
wonderful effects of Seiuol'x -imp. lor
years I nad been iiifferhi ' fro;n bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then 11 win. would come before my eyes,
so that 1 fliould not be able to recognise
any one ir any thins aj, the distance of a
yaul or two from tu l.icc. 'Tins' would
be followed by oxeoie trembling of
my l.nec, vo that I could not stand
withml suppoil; afl-r which a yetu
headache would occur, Inning often two
or three dags. I hao tiled various
lemcdicsfor these lUstreing symptoms,
but until I tned teljrelS hjiup I bad no
relief, blnco then I hae bad oeelIi'nt
health In every ro-peel, and if over I
feel a headache coming on I take one
dose of the Syiup, which arrests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may be the
mcuns of inducing others (who suffer as
1 used) to try the Syrup, as If eel sure
they will receive i-pccdy benefit untl
ultimately be cured, I beg (oicmalii,
"A. 11. Hoktox."'
Seigel's Operating Pill- prevent ill
effects from ocass in eating or dilnk
iug. A good do ,e at bed-time lenders
a person lit for builmUs in tho moitiiur.
If yon base Asthma use" 'The Jloslnwecd
Great Excitement in
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Bed.
Mb. Kuitou: While spending n few
days at tho pleasant seaside town of
Aberystwith, Cardiganshire, Wales, I
heard related what teemed 10 mo either
n fabulous story or a marvellous cure.
The story was that a poor sufferer w ho
had not been able to lie down in bed for
six long years, given up to dio by nil iho
Doctors, had been speedily cured by
tome Patent Mi dicine. It was rehmd
wilh the more implicit confidence from
the circumstance, us was said, that tho
Vicar of Lljnrynyd was familiar with
the facts, and could vouch for the ti mil
of tho report.
Having a little curiosity lo know how
such stories grow in trnolling, I took
the liberty while at the village of LI 111.
ryttvd to call upon tho Vicar, the It v.
T. Evans, and to enquire about this
wonderful euio. Though u total stinn.
ger to lilm, both ho nnd his wife most
graciously entertained ino in n hnlf
hour'scnnvertnlloii, principally touching
the caso of Mr. l'ltgh, in which they
termed to take a deep and hjiiipatuctln
interest, having been fnuillinr with hi
suliciings, and now rejoiced In what
seemed 10 them a uiobt rental Kitblu cire.
Tho VIcnr lemnrkid thnt lie presumed
his nunc had beeu connected with tho
report from his having mentioned the
case to Mr. John Thoniu, a chemist of
Llanou. lie said Mr. Pugh ns former,
ly n residentof tliclr pnilsh, but un now
living In Iho p.irlsh of Llniulilclnol
He strongly vouched Mr. Win. Pugh's
"churnctor as a respectable farmer nnd
worthy of credit. I left tho venora bio
Vicar with a livelier scimo of tho huppy
relation 01 a puslor ami people, te.ing
thai ho was one wko truly mpitil.i-iil
with nil who aro tifllictul minimi, body,
On my return to AberjbtMtti, I was
impressed with a desire tosce Mr. Push,
whoso reputation stood so high Ills
farm is called Paurom-Mtiw r, slgnifj mg
"above thu 'dingle," situated near Hie
summit of n smooth round hill, oer.
looking u bc'tutlfttl valley iu whhu is
situntid the lovely ivymuntlcd Chinch
of Llnuddolnol I found Mr. l' tIi,
apparently abotU40yeiirol.l of midluui
height, ruiher slight, with a pleasant aud
Intelligent fnce I lold 1dm I had heard
of hlii great afllictlou and of his remnrk.
able and almost miraculous relief, mid
that I had come to learn from Ids own
lips, what there was or truth iu the re.
Mr. Pugh rcmaiked Hint his neigh,
bori had taken a kindly nud symp
athetic inteasi In his case for iiuuty
year, but of late their interest had hern
irrentiy awakened by a happy change lu
his condition. What you report as hav.
ing heard abroad, sultl he, is t-ubstnnt
iuilv true, w lib one exception. I u vjt
understood thai my case was ever given