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THURSDAY, JUIjV 15. 1880.
Schr w H llownc from San Frnnr.l
Slinr I.tkeliko from Knliiiliit
Ilk Lapwing for San Francisco
Selir Molwahlno for Koholnlelo
Stmr Llkcllko for Molokal
vesselsTeavI'nc i to-morrow.
Stair C It UMiop for Lnhniiin, Paauhau,
llouokan anil Kiikulhnclu at 1U a m
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uk Illgl, Zopll
3Jk Star of Hcvon, Mockcts
Ultliie Morning Star, Turner
F'r seer Jlauunoula, Arnard
Ocr sclu-Miiry 0 Itnhm. Moberg
Uk Foiet Queen, Winding
Oer bk Faust ltisuiarok, Vttndcr Vlng
Am Selir J G Xoitli. Moore
' Rgtno W G Irwin, MiColloeh
Selir W S llownc, lanl
llrlt bk lllrninh, Jcnns, from Glas
gow, due June 2.i-:!0.
llrlt bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 10-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnon, from
Boston, due August 2U-'.I1.
II I GM S llimunrck, fioin Auckland,
N Z, via Samoa, due April i0-i!().
. II I G M S Gneisenau. from Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, due Apt 11 20-110.
II I G M S Olga, from Auckland, X Z,
via Samoa, duo April liO-UO.
ItrIL ship Amana, from Liverpool, due
Haw brig Allie Itnwc, J Philip, from
Hongkong, due June 10-'JO,
Am bark Aurora, from Newcastle, X
S W, due July 1-10.
Am bk F U Sleben. from Newcastle,
'nsav, irtm Jiiiy20-:n.
Am bk llolden, fioin Newcastle, X S
"V, duo July 15-20.
Am brig Saliua, Blake, fioin San
Francisco, due at Kahului, June 20-20.
Bol bark Don Nicola, Boss, from
Port Tiiwiioiid, WT, due July 20-31.
Am scbr Ida Selinauor, from Eureka.
Cal, due at Kahului, July 20-110.
Xie hk ltlmijlo, Howard, fioin De
parture Bay, B r, due June 25-30.
Am schr Koario from San Francisco,
for Kahului duo July 0-17.
From Kahului and by ports, per
steamer Likelikc, July IClb O Unua,
Mrs G Armstrong and son, Mts Welsh,
W II Cornwell and child, J Klcliardson,
Dr A II Bailey, S F Chillingworth, M.
Itoss, Sam Sing and -10 deck.
For San Franeico, per bark Hope,
July 10th Mrs Hare and 2 eblhhen.
From San Francisco, per schooner W
S Bowne, July 10th Mr and .Mrs W
Crooks, Louis Prett and E G Evcrson.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Likelikc G42 bags sugar. -
Selir Bosario Clnlstic arrived at Kahu
lui yesterday morning with a full eargo
of general merchandise for the II U &
Selir Dora Blumo arrived at Kahului
on 7 tli inst, 2-1 davs from Port Town
send with lumber for Wilder &Co. Will
sail to-day for PortTownsend in ballast.
The bark Lapwing sailed this morning
for San Francisco with :S0,223 bags of
Migar, valued at SO0,3C."i.58.
The schooner W S Bowne, Capt Paul,
arrived this a in, 15 days from San
Francisco. She is consigned to Schacfer
The bark C. O Wliitinorc sails tills
evening for San Francisco with 20,813
bags of sugar, valued at 100,750.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
jIusic and dancing at the Yose
aviite rink this evening.
A stowaway belonging to Maui
arrived by the schooner Bowne this
" Tin: steamer C. R. Bishop was
loweied from the- Marino Itailway at
(5:150 o'clock last ovening.
Mnssiss. Hackfold &. Co. shipped
15,500 bags of sugar by the hark C.
O. Wliitinorc this afternoon.
Tm: meeting of the Y. IV C. T. U.
will be held in tho Fort-street Chinch
parlors at 7 :'J0 o'clock this evening.
Pahtieh of ladies and children fre
quently visit tho Kapiolani bath
houso during tho forenoon, for a
Mn. W. Crooks hub sold out his
interest in- Bush street saloon, San
Francisco, and returned to Honolulu
A sj:vi:n-to.v loller will be brought
hero by tho hteamor Likeliko next
week, from Spieckelsville, Maui, for
repairs at tho foundry.
Six young ladies, accompanied by
Messrs. V. O. King, C. J. McCarthy
nnd Alex. Robertson, of tho Myrtle
Boat Club, weio boating by moon
light thu other evening and had a
1 . m .
Mu, J. P. Bowon and an ox-ehain-pion
billiard player will play a match
game of billiauls of 100 points, at tho
'Keystone pallor, this evening, at 8
o'clock. Bowon gives tho ex-cliam-pion
double discount and an even
game is expected.
Mn. L. J. Levey will offer a variety
of dry goods, watches, clocks, jew
elry, etc., at his legular cash sale,
which commences at 10 o'clock t
moriow morning. At noon ho will
sell some lino turkeys and ducks,
thing for a Sunday
A iiakdsomi: two-story frosted
caka, mounted with four red sugar
loses, wan presented to Captain Paul,
of the bchoouer W. S. Uowno, when
last in San FiaucUco, by MissKintiiu
A. Wall, for having beaten the brig
untiue Vv". G. hwin to San Francisco
Jiv 3(5 hours.
Tim: steamer Likeliku sails this
evening at 9 o'clock for Molokai, with
tho nioinbors of the Legislature,
lepresoiitativcs of the prti.s and
otlieis. She will return Saturday
night, sailing again on Monday at 5
o'clock, for l.tilinlnti, lvnlnilui, Hnua,
Muhtikono, Knwaihac, Laupahoehoo
nnd Hilo. Uetltriiing she will touch
I at tile same ports.
Ax alarm of liro was sounded from
the Bell Tower nt about 11 :15 last
night. The fire department responded
in full force, but woio not required.
A pile of rubbish was burning on the
Esplanade, and some foolish person
sent ill the ahum. The engine com
panies blew their steam whistles to
let people know they were out. The
person who sent in the alaim, the
firemen say, ought to be burnt in
Tilt: steamer Likelikc, which ar
rived this morning from Kahului,
brought tidings of a sad death. Mr.
II.). Schleif, .second mate of the
schooner Bosario, was drowned Inst
Tuesday, the lltth inst. Ho was
standing on the leo rail drawing
water from the sea when suddenly
the ship gave a Illicit and tlnow the
ollker into tho sea. Boats weie low
ered instantly and tho schooner hove
to, but no tract's of tho Second mute
could bu found. After searching in
vain for several hours the essel con
tinued her voyage.
Fictuiu: Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Eros'. Art Store.
Tin: most popular resort in tho
city arc the Elite Ice Cicnm Parlors
Delicious lee Creams, lees, Cakes
and Candies alwavs on hand. 73
Dr. Fmnt'h Hi:.vut Ui:mi:dy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Ben&ou Smith it
Co., Agents. Ilui
By the steamer Zealandia the Lead
ing Millinery House of Chas. J.
Fishel lias leccivcd a line line of
Gent's Xeckwear, Unlaundred Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers the
genuine article, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. Full line of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 7d
L'atkonizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is lespectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
mime J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
I take pleasure in acknowledging
the receipts from Mr. T. C. Porter,,
Treasurer of the Fourth of July
Committee, of the sum of Eighty
Dollars for the benefit of the Amer
ican Relief Fund.
Arxx. J. Cautwuigiit,
President American Relief Fund.
Honolulu, August 10, 1880. It
FOURTH OF JULY.
The Fourth of July General Com
mittee met at the Hawaiian Hotel
last evening. The reports of the
various sub-committees were re
ceived witli thanks, and the com
mittees discharged. The reports
showed that the committees had not
exceeded their appropriations. The
Treasurer, Mr. T. C. Porter's re
port showed a balance in hand of
SI 17.00, after paying off an old
debt of $235.00. Of the balance in
hand $80 was given as a donation to
the American Relief Association.
Votes of thanks were passed to Mr.
Cruzan, Dr. Hyde, Mr. J. Greene,
and Governor Dominis.
This is the final ending of the
Fourth of July for 188G. A good
and cflicicnt committee had the
management of the ceremonies,
everything was carried out satis
factorily to all who participated, which
means tho entire community, and
the ending was in peace and har
mony, with all debt paid, and a
balauce to spare.
The Honolulu militia was out in
full force last evening for another
battalion drill. At 8 o'clock a hol
low square was formed, by all the
companies, near the Armory. His
Majesty, on horseback, occupied a
position in the center of the square
and, after examining tho position
and strength of each company, gave
the command of "forward march."
The Honolulu Rifles, about 21
strong, carried tho colors, (2 Ha
waiian flags) and occupied a center
position. Arriving ut Palace square,
parade was formed, after which
arms wcro stacked and ranks
broken. The soldiers having had a
good rest the buglo sounded "fall
in," and tho nntivu companies in a
body, commanded by tho King,
inaiuutivred handsomely, matching
side steps to tho left and right,
backward guido center, wheeling by
companies, marching to the rear,
and halting, forming by fours and
double columns, mid executing tho
manual of arms (German tactics)
with remarkable precision. Tho
Baud played during tho drill and
while marching back to tho Armory.
A largo coucourso of people, chiefly
natives, witnessed tho drill. Tho
night was beautiful ond everyone
was satisfied with tho efllcient 'com
mander and tho battalion drill. It
was His Majesty's intention to hare
battery practice last evening, and
artillery .'or that purpose was on
hand, but ut the last moment it was
decided to postpone the praetico,
The toa paity which was to have
becu a(, Knttuaakapill Church last
night was postponed until nest
Monday evchitiK, when there will be
,nnothcr drill by electric light.
RECEPTION TO MISSIONARIES.
A largo assembly met in the ves
try of the Foit-strect Church last
evening to tender tho "Honolulu
Welcome" to Captain and Mrs.
Turner of the Morning Star, Dr.
Pease, Misses Hemingway, Miss
Smith, Miss Crosby, Miss Cnthcart
aud Miss Palmer of the Microncslan
Mission of the American Board, nnd
Dr. mid Mis. Looker of the Basel
(Germany) Mission to China. Ad
dresses of welcome were delivered,
on behalf of the Honolulu Churches,
by lluv. J, A. Urtizan, and on be
half of the Hawaiian Bonrd by the
Honorable A. F. Judd. Responses
were made by the guests. Dr. Pease
said he had heard of the "Honolulu
welcome," and found, on this, as on
previous occasions, that it was fully
up to all icasonablo expectations.
Mrs. Tease and Miss Smith sung a
hymn in the Mioroncsian language.
Dr. Lechlcr gave some interesting
facts about the Chinese and his
work among them during the past
Thu whole audiencu -were invited,
at the close, by Mr. Cru.nn, to pass
into tho adjoining room, wheie
tables were spread, at which coffee
ice-cream and cakes were served,
and an hour of pleasing social inter
course was passed.
A. W. Kalawakoa, violating ride
23, Express Regulations; $7 and
license ordered to be cancelled.
Lo Chin, assault and battery,
$0:.'l0. Appeal noted.
Lan See Iling, opium unlawfully
in possession; Sol aud hard labor
Kapule, failing and neglecting to
support his wife; leprimandod and
discharged ; costs $3.
-I. I. S. N. Co. versus Lciolei and
Keola, 'deserting contract service;
oidcred to return ; costs $3.
Aleo etal versus S. Selig, Admnr.,
action on note for $200; judgment
for plaintiff ; commission and costs,
S1G.50 added. Appeal noted to
Luiig Pai Lung versus Ktnn
Yack, action on judgment for $85.
It appearing from record that judg
ment was entered and had as al
leged, judgment now entered for
plaintiff for $85, interest, $30,
costs, S3; total, $118.
STRAVBERRIES AS HEALTH FOOD.
There are so many excellent
things which cannot he enjoyed
without injuries after effects, that
one is glad to hear one good authori
ty that strawberries in moderate or
even in immoderate quantities arc
good for the health. Fontenclle,
who lived so long that, according to
his own grim joke, the powers above
appeared to have forgotten him, at
tributed his longevity, in some
measure at least, to the effect of
strawberries upon his digestion.
When he was dying, his friend,
Count do la Place, called to see how
he was going on. "Not going on at
all," said Fontenclle, ' "going off."
He added, however, that "if he
could catch the strawberries, he be
lieved that he should live another
year." Before the strawbeiries
came in, however, he was dead.
St. James Budget.
Mr. Moggridge, in his studies in
natural history had been in the habit
of immersing', for preservation, his
different specimens of spiders and
ants in bottles of alcohol. Ho saw
that they struggled for a few min
utes; but he thought that sensation
was soon extinguished and that they,
were soon free from sufFuring. On
o'no occasion ho wished to preserve a
largo female spider and twenty-four
of her young ones, that he had cap
tured. He put thu mother into a
bottle of alcohol, and saw that after
a few moments she folded up her
legh upon her body, and was at icst.
Ho then put into the bottle the
young ones, who, of course manifest
ed ucuto pain. "What was his sur
prise to sco tho mother arouse her
self from her lethargy, dart around
and gather her young ones to her
bosom, fold her legs over them,
again relapse into insensibility, until
at lust death camo to huriolief, aud
the limbs, no longer controlled by
this maternal instinct, released their
gi.-ibp! The effect of tho exhibition
of love is a lesson to our common
WASP STINCS AND ONION JUICE.
A correspondent writes to tho Lon
don Times: No doubt F. It. C. S.
is right in haying that it is not the
wasp's poison that kills, but the
fainting, which F. It. C. S. takes
for granted is induced by terror,
whiph may be tho case sometimes,
but certainly not always, When
my son was about llftccn ho went
out one evening with tho men to
take a wasp's nest. Soon ho rushed
into the drawing-room, looking like
death, saying lie could hardly got
up to the house. He had been stung
in the eye-ball. Thero was a gi cat
commotion, and of course salavolu
tilowusgot; but one of tho maids
urged me so pertinaciously to put in
onion juice that I said, "Get some,
quick, and put it in." This she
did, before he became insensible.
Tho effect was marvelous. Ills
color began to return, andbefoie
long ho Jumped up to go nnd finish
taking the nest, In this case there
Was no fear whatever, ?o year
passes without Ids taking wnsps and
hornets' nests, although every spring
1 offer rewards for every wasp and
hornet brought to inc. 1 have known
other cases of faintness nnd violent
sickness from a wasp's sling where
there was no fear ; but 1 strongly
recommend tho onion as always to
be had. Cut, a fresh one, scrape
the juice and put it on the sting.
It is not often a wasp leaves its
sting, but it is easily seen. Bees
always leave their stings, so can but
defend or offend once, which is to
tnc one of the mysteries of nature.
FRICHTENED TO DEATH.
Few people seem to properly esti
mate the great wrong of frightening
children. Nearly every household
has its "ugly old man," or its
"great old bear." The terrible old
man and this great old bear arc
powerful terrors in nursery discip
line. "Come along here, now," a
mother or nurse will say to a child,
"and let me put you to bed." "L
don't want to go to bed now," the
child replies. "You'd better come
onheionow, or I'll tell that ugly
old man to come and take you
away. There ho pomes now." This
has the intended effect, and tho
child, tremfiling in fear, submits at
once and goes to bed, probably to
see in imagination all kinds of horri
Tho sad death of a little girl
which occurred recently, shows what
a stiong impression these "boogeis"
make on the minds of childien. The
little one was a beautiful child, and
everyone at the fashionable board
itiix house where her parents were
spending the summer months loved
her with that putity of affection
which a child so gently, yet so
strongly, inspires. She would stand
at the gate and clap her little hands
with glee when her father came to
dinner, and when he would take her
on his shoulder she would shout and
call to everyone to look how high
she was. One day a large shaggy
dog came into the yard, and when
she rau to him and held a flower to
his nose, he growled and turned
away. She was terribly frightened,
and the black' nurse, who stood
.near, was not slow in making a
mental note of the impression the
dog had made. Severnl nights after
ward, when bed-time came, the
child was unusually wakeful.
"Yer'd better come heah an' git
in dis bed," the nurse commanded.
"I don't want to."
"All right, den. I'se gwing out
an' call dat ole dog what growled at
ycr. When he comes an' fin's yon
outten de bed he'll bite ycr head
The little girl grew deadly pale.
"Nuthin' would suit that dog
better deu to git a chance at yer.
"Pother night he cotch a little girl
across de road an' eat her all up."
The child screamed.
"Come on heah, an' I won't let
him ketch ycr."
The poor little thing obeyed.
Her father and mother were at an
entertainment, and there was no
appeal from the negro woman's deci
sion. When morning came tho little
girl did not awake with her glad
"good mornin', papa and mamma."
She had tossed all night and a hot
fever had settled upon her. She
grew rapidly worse, and the next
day the physician declared that
there was no hope for her. She
became delirious, and, struggling,
"Dog shan't have mamma's little
It was a sorrowing circle that sur
rounded her death-bed. The parents
were plunged into a grief which none
but the hearts of fathers and
mothers can feel.
Her last moments were a series of
struggles. How hard the beautiful
can die. She wildly threw up her
little hands nnd shrieked:
"Go away, dog!"
A gentle hand wiped the death
froth from her lips.
Again she struggled and shrieked :
"Dog shan't have " but she died
ere the sentence was finished.
Experts are pronouncing apainst
covering the walls of houses with
paper. It gives oil deleterious par
ticles, and the paste, by the damp
ness, undergoes organic decomposi
tion. O.'iinmcntnt tiles, impermeable
cement, and galvanized iron ate
suggested as substitutes. All po
rous walls absorbing vapor aro un
healthful. UITABLE HOM
On 1,1) ilia street, aS.story frame dwell,
lug liouto, with stable, water, etc., S0 a
On Lillha street, next lo School street,
a small -l-roum cottage; $12 a month.
On I'unchbowl street, n new cottage, -1
rooms; 11 J a month.
A neat and comfortable house, situate
on a Ioll00xl7ii, back of Queen' IIou
i 1 till ami along thu rontinuatiou of
L'liudllo street, to sell with a lease for
10 years from July 1, 18tll. Hoiibu eon
tains -I room and kitchen and out-build-lngi.
ltental, only $!)5 a year, Land
ukuly cultivated. Will sell Lease and
Uulldlnus for $CC0 cash. Owner leav.
ing the Kingdom,
On comer School and Lillha streets, -'
cottages on a double corner lot. Will
sell cntlro property for 3,500.
On I'unchbowl street, n new cottage
on a nood buildiiiK lot floating the
ktrrct, for sale for l,r,00.
tzr For further particul.u'jf, apply lo
J. E. WISEMAN,
7 ' 1 w (Jeneral Business Agcut,
Mn. B. J. APPLEBY,
TKCULH OF BANJO.
For ti'tms. ennui e at
71 lml WIST, DOW & CO., FortSt.
At Kai'lnliml Park, for a term
of ix month?, the Cottage
and premises now orctinkd
by tho tiiulcreli;iii"l, and (-ontaliiinj:
Parlor, Dining and 2 Uedroom. Also,
Biitliroom, l'autry and Khclicn. The
Cottage U nicely furnished in every
pnnltul'ir for housekeeping. A Jersey
Ooiv on the premises furnishes quan
tities of milk, crcsiii and butler; nlso, a
nice coll 'Ctinn of good laying bens. To
a ili'tirtiblc party gooil terms will bo
nfl'eicd. Annlv to '
10 "i H..LAGNEW.
Since est ul lltlilng our Mission in Ibis
city, wo have frequently been solicited
lopifcuio larger ami more convenient
quarter for worship nnd Bible eliss,
quite a numbcr-i.xprcsMng themselves
as willing to contribute touiml the
necci-s.iry opcne. We have now so"
cured tbc building on Foil sttcet, for
merly used as a gymnasium, thus Incur
itng quite n debt; beside, tome changes
tire nec'ssniy. Tbciefoio we would sny
to nil who would esteem it n privilege to
nid u in tho matter, that tbey can con.
fer with Mr. N. F. Burgess, or with the
undersigned. L. A. SCOTT,
71 lluj A. LA ISUIC.
Burnt Out but Not Dead !
Is now adjolnlng'tlio rear of
MONEY TO liOAN.
IN amounts of $100 and upwnrds.
Good siourity rtqulred. Apply to
J. A'LFUED MAGOON.
03tf -13 Meiehnnt itreet, Honolulu
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarsaparllla,
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
niado fimn the pure Apple, all of which
we guuuuiL'U to be the best.
Z&- We nKo invite parties intending
ttariit'g Mores for the side of iced
drinks and wis-hing fountain supplies,
io call on us betoie going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Mi Works,
1 O. Hox :;97, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
liy order of J.F. Hnnlilcld, Esq., the
duly appointed Asie:neo of the Hank
nipt E'-tnte of T. IwUlarkcof Ivipahulu,
Muui, acting under authority of an or
der of' the Supremo Court dated Juno S,
I88(i, -wo are directed to Mil at Public
auction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On 3IOXDAY, July 1, '80,
nl 1:2 oVlock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest.
of the said .J.- F. Hackfeld as bucIi
Assignee, of, In aud to tho
situ ue it Kipnbulu, Maul, heretofore
bulonjiiriK to Hie said T. K. Clarke.
'I'liu sill) Plantation coniirhes ul out
1100 iiciesof H'liid lu feu simple, and
about l.lu'l aciies ot Leased Land; there
are about 7 bit) acres of Lund available
lor cane cultivation; about 1'20 acres of
Plant t aim and about 110 acres of 1 and
'I Itattoous a hi now i;fowiug for the
next ci op to come oil" 1 1 om, say. Decern,
ber, ltSU, to about 3Iny, U87. There
132 head of Working -Cattle,
2 Bxills, 27 YonrlingB,
35 Cows with 27 Calvos,
3 Mulos, 10 Horses and some
on the Plantation nll.branded TKC, also
About 11 Bullock CartB,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally uted on a sugar plantation.
'I lie larger part of the dine, when har
vested, can bo conveyed lo the mill by
Tlure is a good substantial landing
midge, in which the l'lantation holds a
half inieioU. Also, n Donkey Kngine
and incline tiaok connected with the
The l'lantation is in good running
older and a new crop is being put in at
fiQr The terms of bu Salu aro CASH,
and tho Uceils aru ul the expense of the
For all fuiihur paiticulars apply to
J. F. lliiokffld, Honolulu, or to OSOAH
UN.NA ai Kipahtilu, Maui,
E. 1. ADA21S
toter-lM S. I. Co,,
The J5etst 3Xoiito
to the World Ilcnowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and etatmcb
iSteamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tucsdny, July 13th.
The steamer passe along tho cntlro
coait of the leeward side of Hawaii, af.
fording tourists a panntama of charm.
Ing scenery, and will stop at Kcol.ikc.
kirn Day, where sullleient lime i allow,
cd to visit the Monument .of Captain
Tourists by this route i each l'unaluu
nt Ji o'clock on the day after IcaUug
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vcsel. making the cntlro piimgu in
smooth water. At l'unaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Fahala, thence by stage
coach lo ll.ilf.wny House, where horses
and guides will be In attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Touilsls will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply Vf HAHHY AUMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or at the olllce of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. :ttO Om
;s to inform theiPobHc In general
that ho has received an
of Ladies', Gents' audJChihlrcn's
Boots, Shoes &
ROOMS TO LET,
GLEAN, cool, comfortable, furnished
Rooms to let, at moderate rntcs, at
88 and 100 Hotel street. DS lm
complaints have reached mo of
late fiom some of my customers
that thev can nui chase Hawaiian. made
Soap cheaper than I buve been selling
it, I beg io state that I have always
transacted my business in u fair and
straigbtforwaid way, chaigiug tbesauie
price to all alike, and telling at a
moderate rale; and at the srme time 1
would inform my customers nnd the
public that fiom and rfter this date my
price will bo 7 per 103 lbs.
T. W. 1UWLINS.
Honolulu Soap "Works, Leleo, Hono
lulu, June til st. 5!)
TO THE PUBLIC.
The Pacific Transfer Go.
Ofllcc with G. K. Miller,
42 Merchant Street,
Boll Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I am fully prepared to do all kindsof
drayagc, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantee to execute faith
fully. G2 ly S. F. GRAHAM. Prop'r.
TaliiaWe Real Estate
M. Alexander, situato at
Consisting of 223 Acros of Land,
of which 20 Acres is planted with Euca
lyptus, 111 for cutting for firewood. The
wood finds ready snle delivered on the
place. There are also 1 Acre In Guinea
grass, on of thu mnu valuable gru?scs
known for ttock-rulsing. Also,
A Lane Dwelliiii louse,
Servants' House, Carriage House,
and nil the conveniences of a home.
The premised have an UNFAILING
WATER SUPPLY, which Is laid on in
pipes to the home nnd pabturc3. Also,
1 Choice American Stallion,
1 Jack, about 50 Horses,
mares and colts,
1 Part Durham Bull, about
The pasture land is very rich, afford.
lug abundance of pasturage for twice
thu number of stock now on it.
Soverul ravines cloee to thu house are
well blocked with bearing fruli trees:
Alligator Pears, Mangoes, Peaches,
ureauiruii, X'ino Appies, eie., eic.
The largo yard in which thu dwelling
stands is u beautiful combination of
green turf, ornamental shrubbery and
Thu location is on tho Mono about one
mile niauka of the Haiku Mill, and ow
ing io its elevation the scenery is unsur.
puHscd.and the temperature much cooler
than at the sen level.
There Is a good Enelish school nt
Extensive adjacent lands am for sa e
or Ictibc In ease thu miiehuser wisho) o
combine them for a large ranch.
Also, 28 Acres and an 8-Room
Cottage at Qlinda,
At an elevation or 4,001 1 reit !
TERMS MODKHATK-CmIi or mort
gage. Fur further paitlculnrs, apply to
L. A, THURSTON,
73 sv 83 Merchant Street.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Hcceivcd ex Zcalandla,
J. T. Waterhouse's
70J Quern & Fort Street St6re. it
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Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to 13el.
Slit. Konnu: While spending a lew
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Aberystwiih, Cardigaiihhiie, Wales, I
heard related what seemed to mu either
a fabulous utory or a marvellous cur''.
Thu story was tluun poor tull'erei who
had not been able to l'odown lu bed for
six long yeais, given up to diu by all thu
Doctors, had been spi-cdlly cured by
some Patent Medicine. Jt was relutitl
Willi the more implicit confidence from
the circumslanre, us was mi id, that iliu
Vlcur of Llanrysiyd van familiar with
thu facts, and could vouch for thu truth
of thu repoit.
Having u little curiosity to know how
such stories grow in lruclliiig, I took
the liberty while at thu villagu of l.lau.
ryt-tvd to eall upon tho Vicar, the ltov.
T. Evans, and to enquho about this
wonderful emu. Thooeji u total Mian,
gcr to him, both hu and bis wife most
graciously entei tallied mo in it half
liour'sconvcrfutloi, pi inoinally touching
the case of Mr. l'ugh, in which they
teemed to take a deep nnd sympathetic
interrst, Having ncen laminar Willi ins,
Bulleilngs, and now rejoiced in what
seemed io them a most remaikable cure.
The Vicar remarked that hu presumed
his name had been coimectid with the
report from his havug mcutloiud the
case lo Mr. John Thomas, a chemUt of
Llannii. lie said Mr. Pnsdi was former
ly a resident ol tlieir parish, but was now
living in thu parish of Llamhleiuol.
Hu strongly vouched Mr. 'Wui.Pugli'a
character as a respectable fanner and
worthy of credit. I left thu venerable
Vicar with a livelier msiiu of ti c huppy
relation ol it pastor and people, fueling
that he was ouu wko truly bjmpalliUcd
with all who are nllllctrd minimi, body,
On my return to Aberjsiwltb, I was
impressed Willi a dcelro to bee Mr. PiibIi,
wbosu reputation Hood u high. His
farm is called Pam-oni-Mawr, signifying
"aliovu tho dingle," situated ne.u the
summit of a smooth louud hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley iti which l
kliuiu'i-d thu luvelv IvYiiiaiitled Church
j of Llanddolnol. "I found Mr. l'ugh,
npimicntly about Jtiyearsoiii.oiiiuutum
height, rather tllght, villi n plcatant mid
iutilllguui face. I (old him I had heard
uf his gient atllletlou and of bis remark,
able aud almost miraculous; rolttt, and
that I had coino tolcanf from his own
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