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SATURDAY, JULY 1 , 188G.
, , , ARRIVALS.
Sclir Kitlnnionu from Hawaii
Sclir Holcnknla from Pcpcckco
Sclir Ko Au Hon from Kuan
Schr Hob Koy fiom Koolau
Sclir Hceln from Hccln
, July 17
SchrMautioknwal from Kooluu
, , DEPARTURES.
Stmr C It Bishop for Lnlinlun, Paauhnu,
Honoknn mill Rukulbaclo at 10 a in
Schr J Q Xoith for Sau Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Forest Queen for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkcllkc for Muni nnd Hawaii
Schr Mnnuokawat for'Kooluu
Schr Hob Koy for Kooluu
Sclir llecla for Hccin
Schr Waloll for Ifiinu
Schr Wallelo for ICuau
Solir Mana for Houonm
Schr Molwahlne for Kohohilcle
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Star of Devon, Mockcts
Bktnc Morning Star, Turner
Fr seer Ilainuioula, Ainaul
Qer schr Mary C llohm. Moberg
Bk Foiest Queen, Winding
Gcr bk Faust Bismarck, vutider Vlng
Bgtnc W G Irwin, MiCnllouh
Schr W S Bowne, Paul
Biltbk Binnah, Jenus, 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 Bismarck, from Auckland,
N Z, via Samoa, due April 20-30.
II I G M S Gncisenau, fiom Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, due April 20-30.
II I G M S Olga, fiom Auckland, XZ,
via Samoa, due Aiiril 20-30.
Brit ship Amaua, from Liverpool, due
Haw hiig AUie Bow e, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due June 10-30.
Am bark Auiora. from Newcastle, N
S W, due July 1-10.
Am bk F 0 Siebcn, from Newcastle,
N S W, due July 20-31.-
Am bk Holden, fiom Newcastle, N S
"W, due July 15-20.
Am brig Snlina, Blake, from San,
Francisco, due at ICahului, Juno 20-20.
Bol- bark Don Nicolas, Boss, from
Poit Towusend, W T, due July 20-31.
Am schr Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at ICahului, July 20-30.
Nio bk Itimijio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B C, due June 25-30.
Am sclir Kosarlo from San Francisco,
for Kahulul duo July 0-17.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Kulamanu 2,557 bag's sugar.
Schr Haleakala 1,020 bags sugar.
Schr Bob Hoy 100 bags sugar and 4
cords of wood.
Schr Heeia GOO bags rice.
Schr Manuokawai 000 digs lice.
SHIPPING NOTES. '
The W G Irwin went on the Marine
Railway yesterday, afternoon to be
cleaned and painted.
The schooner Kulamanu is laid up for
repaiis. 'She will sail again about
Thursday next for Puna, Hawaii.
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at 4 :30
ICawaiaiiao Ciiuiicii. Rev. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching at 11 a. m.
Y. M. O. A. Young Men's Bible
class in the parlor at 0:45 a. m., con
ducted by tlie General Seeietary. Gos
pel praise service at 0 :30 r. m.
Kaumakaiuli Ciiun.cii.-rRev. J.
Waiamau, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 A. m. Preaching at 10:30 a. m.
aud 7 :30 i si. Young people's meeting
at G r. m.
Fout-stkeet Cuimcii. Rev. J. A.
Cruzan, prstor. Meeting for Bible
study at 0 :45 a. m. Public worship at
11 A. m. and 7 :30 r. M. Morning sub
ject, "All for the Best." In the evening,
tho subject will be, "The Shears of
Delilah." A coidlal welcome for all.
Bethel Union Conoiieoa'iion.
Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor. Services at
tho-Lyceuni, Nuuanu avenue. Sunday
school at 0:45 o'clock. Rev. S. E.
Bishop, w ill preach at 11 o'clock. In the
evening Dr. Pease w ill give on account
of mission work in the Marshall Isl
ands. A cordial invitation is extended
St. Andrew's Cathedral. First
Congicgatiou. Holy Communion, at
0:80 A. M.; Morning prayer, with ser
mon, at 0 :30 a. m. Evensong with cate
chetical address by the Bishop of Hono
lulu at G p. m. All seats are free.
Second Congicgatiou. Rev. George,
Wallace, A. M., pastor elect. Morn
ing prayer with sermon, 11:15 a. m.;
evening prayer, with seimon, 7:30 p. M.
Sunday bchool meets at 10 a. m. in the
Puuahoii Preputatory School building.
Seats fieo at all sen ices.
ALL OF THE BISHOP.
Bishp Harris of New Yark, in re
sponse to tho address of welcome
tendered tO' him 'in behalf of the
Buffalo Methodist Union the other
evening, told a story nt his own ex
pense. Ho had gone to the little
town of Dundee, in the central part
of this State to dedicate a church.
He was the guest of the pastor, who
had a very beautiful ami interesting
little boy, who had been on the tip
toe of expectation to see the Bishop,
about whoso coining he had heard so
much. At the dinner table the Bi
shop sat at tho end, with the little
fellow just around tho corner, and
tho prelate did his host to make him
self agreeable to tho young gentle
man in conversation. The talk was
of school and school studies, of
church, Sunday school and other mat
ters likely to interest. The pair
made quite an acquaintance and
seemed pleased with ench other, but
after tho distinguished 'divine had
left tho table the boy looked up at
his mother in almost blank amaze
ment anil said: "Mtf, is that all
there is to a Bishop?" "Buffalo
!KB5!g!fgg?W writntatmw mywniiMf htmihm)m
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lair mill, Koolnu, lins suspended
grinding for tho season.
Koolau received heavy rniu squalls
from (lie East two-nights ago.
Tiikri: will bo music nnd a two
mile race at tho rink to-night.
Tun Hawaii nnd Benedict play at
ball this afternoon, at Makiki.
The Board of Health calls for
tenders for supplies to tile Leper Set
TomiEUT and Lnau have arranged
to run a, mile foot race nj, Makiki
A shank, 18 feet long, was caught
at Punuluu, Koolau, last Thursday,
by a native.
Monday night's battalion drill by
electric light lias been postponed
until about Wednesday night.
A native employed in Lucas's mill
and residing on Liliha .street was
robbed of all his clothes last night.
. i m .
Mn. Sharratt's baggage express
broke down near the Custom House
this morning under ho weight of six
barrels of beer.
A noon photograph of the Judges
of tho Supreme Court in official robes
may be Been at Williams' picture
gallery, Fort' street.
In tho Police Court to-day Auku
kino paid .$6 for drunkenness, and
Kahclemauna $10 for. assault and
battery on his wife.
Kukaiau mill has shut down until
October 1st, nnd tho' Kohala mill
until August 1st. Tho latter mill is
putting in new machinery.
Mu. F. A. Schnefer, T. S. Kay and
Master W. Rickard wero tho cabin
passengers for Hnmakua by the
steamer C. K. Bishop, this morning.
Steamer Kinau is- due to-morrow
morning. She will go on the Marine
Railway Monday. The steamer Like
like will take the Kinau route as well
as her own.
Mn. Thos. E. Wall is in Sydney
putting up a skating rink. He
could rent no building, because the
owners were afraid the skates would
ruin the floor.
Mir J. .Williams, photographer,
went to Molokai by the steamer Like
like last night. He will photograph
the leper village and groups of lepers.
Dr. Biodie also took his camera, aud
will photograph certain views.
A immense haul of the Akule fish
was made at Kahana . Bay, Koolau,
on Thursday last. They were caught
in nets and the people were beverul
hours getting tho catch' ashore. They
were of fine quality sold at 50 cents
One of tho representatives who
wanted the members of the house
visiting Molokai to be furnished with
gloves at tho country's expense, was
seen purchasing a pair at his own ex
pense piovious to the departuro of
the steamer last evening.
The billiard match of a 100 points
for $50 aside, at the Keystone lost
night, between L. McShane and J. P.
Bowen, was won by the former by 30
points. Another mutch game for
$500 has been arranged to ho played
by the same parties within, six weeks.
A gentleman residing near the
King street bridge is in search of a
partner to go into pig-raising. Ho is
of opinion that such will be the de-'
mantl for pigs in tho near fnture for
bone-hunting nnd discriminating that
a pig ranch will bo the best paying
thing in tho country, along-way
ahead of a sugor plantation !
Tin: Likclikc left .the wharf for
Molokai at 9 :30 last bight. In addi
tion to tho committee appointed by
the Legislature to visit tho Leper
Settlement, quite a number of Nobles
and Representatives went. Several
other gentlemen, including the.
British and French Commissioners,
also joined tho company. The
steamer will probably leturn at an
early hour this evening.
m i :
A first-rate chanco to acquire a
large and valuable property will be
offered on Monday next, at 12 noon,
by Messrs. E. P. 'Adams & Co., when
tho Kipahuln Sugar Plantation will
corao to the block. Also at tho same
hour they will sell, under foreclosure
ot mortgago," a lot of parcels.of land,
situated in. WailUKii, Aiiuu, and Palolo
Koolau. For full particulars, of
tho whole coiihiilt our -advertising
Col. Sam Nonia leaves by tho bark
Forest Queen to-morrow, for San
Francisco. Tho Colonel emtio near
being robbed yesterday evening. He
was seated on a knoll in tho suburbs
of tho town, catching the breeze, as
ho bays, when u chinaman appeared
and began talking to him. Whilo
tho Colonel wbb looking away tho
Chinaman madoa dive for his puiso,
but failed to catch it. Tho Chinaman
thon began to movo with tho Colonel
in hot pursuit. Tho latter was not
fast enough, but he says that if ho
only got ono blow at tho would-be
thief, with the largo cano lie carried,
tho colestial would have been a gono
. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Picture FrmncB and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Stoie.
Dr. Flint'h Heart Remedy is a
Specific for ull forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desoriptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
The most popular resort til tho
city aro tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors
Delicious Ice Creams, Ices, Cakes
and Candies always on hand. 73
By tho steamer Zcalandia tho Load
ing Millineiy llni'se of Chas. J.
Fishel hns leccivcd a line lino of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundied Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers tic
gpiiuino niticle, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
! '- --
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing eigais of J. W. IIingley,Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheie 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 respectfully inuted to
tho fact "no licenso is requited" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Vorks, Hotel stieel.
. BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play tbis afternoon at Emma Square,
beginning at 4 :30. Following is the
March Parade ICitppcy
Oveituie Mozart Suppe
Waltz Scented Flowers. . . .Waldtcttiel
Selection Adella.. . . .- Donizetti
Cavatlna Marco Vlscontl Petrella
Polka Child of the Times Carl
JUDGE BLACK'S FORCETFULNESS OF
DRESS AND CURIOUS EAR
Judge Black was remarkably care
less about his personal appearance,
donning the first garments that
came to hand, without a thought of
their effect or appropriateness. His
wife, on tho contrary, was a very
neat and tidy lady, and her chief
pride' lay in seeing the Judge well
dressed, nnd to insure this she used
to lay out his clothes . for him and
look to it that he put them on. One
Sunday morning, being busy
getting the children ready for
church, sho.said to him: "Now,
Jerry, I've laid out your clothes for
you. Sec if you can't put them on
right." Tho Judge remarked that
he guessed he could, aud he went to
his room. "When ho came down he
placed himself in front of his wife,
and, slowly turning round, said in a
satisfied tone of. voice: "Well,
Mary, how do I look?"
Mrs. Black looked him over for' a
momcut, and then replied: "Well,
Jerry, you've done very well this
time, but I think you would look a
little better if j'ou didn't have but
one vest on." The Judge had put
on not only the vest she had laid
out, but also the one he had re
' Like many others, Judge Black
had, to use a. common expression,
no ear for music, but also, like
many others, be imagined that he
appreciated it fuly. Once he heard
his daughter Becky, who is a fine
pianist, play a piece that pleased
him, and he inquired its title. She
replied that it was "Lucy Ncal,"
aud the Judge ever after declared it
to be his favorite. Whenever
Becky would be playing for visitors,
the Judge would say, "Now, Beeky,
give us my favorite, "Lucy Ncal,"
and Becky, slyly winking at the
guests, would play "Old Dan Tuck
er," or "Old Hundred." As she
concluded, tho Judge .would tip
back in his chair and exclaim,
"That's my favorite!" and would
wonder what the people were laugh
ing at. Detroit Free Press.
AMERICAN MANNERS IN TRAVELING.
An English snob, named Robin
son, writing about his visit over
here, describes certain bad habits as
characterizing tlie traveling Ameri
cans generally, leading to tho idea
that at least nine out of ten Ameri
cans when traveling grab their food,
aud gorge and snort in ways too
hideously unpleasant for repetition.
This is tectotally denied by Richard
A. Proctor, the English traveler and
lecturer, than whom few persons
have had such extensive opportuni
ties of learning the manneis of dif
ferent peoples, especially in travel
ing. He answers Mr. Robinson as
I believe the truth to be that the
American system leads to a diminu
tion of otherwise prevalent bad
habits for ninety-nine hundredths
of the so-called lower class in Ame
rica will not suffer any inferiority to
be shown in their habits in the pre
sence of those whom they tegard as
no otherwise better than in having
more money to spend. But bo this
as.it may, a fair, unbiased cotnpa
rison of tho manners of tlie travel
ing community, class for class, or
comparing tho whole number of tra
velers, would show that in some
way or another a marvelous supe
riority has arisen on the other sido
of tho Atlantic. Such offenses us
the stolid, stupid staring so common
in England, oven among well-to-do
people, rudeness to women or chil
dren, carelessness as to tho comfort
of tho old and weak, etc., are
scarcely ever seen on tho other sido
of the Atlantic. If I were an Ame
rican, with what "pride in my port
and defiance in my eye" should I bo
tempted to boast that a young, in
experienced, and pretty girl, poor
or rich, iii her teens, can travel
across tho length and breadth of tho
United States alone una unprotected,
not only in perfect safety and com
fort, but with tho ccitainty that
nine-tenths of tho men of all
classes with whom her journey
brings her into contact esteem it
equally a duty nnd pleasure to assist
her iu every possible way. How
... mx jftitJLft xYeftf-NcujUt Mfcj
contemptuously I might bo tempted
to remind the Briton that foriea
sons too well-known the most cour
teous and well-meant proffer of as
sistance to such a traveler in Eng
land is apt to bo looked on with
suspicion. On the Continent, and
cspccinlly in France, it is even
A HEW VOLCANO.
An Ottawa dispatch .to the New
York Hun repoits that five hunleis,
just returned from the Manlrou
River district, Northwest Territory,
report tho discovery of a smothered
volcano in the Manitou Range, fifty
miles south of the Canadian Pacific
from Brule. They found thc-strcams
so hot that flsh were killed. The
atmosphere was also very warm and
the slightest exertion caused per
spiration. After climbing up tho
thickly wooden sides of tho moun
tain for two or three hundred feet,
the hunters wero forced to icturii,
as the air was suffocating. The
animals had left their retreats, birds
steered' clear of the locality and not
a living thing was to be seen. The
earth was dried and cracked with
the subterranean hent. Dead snakes
without number were discovered.
The heat, instead of diminishing,
was found to increase tho higher
they went up thu mountain side.
Tlie cracks in the earth widened and
new ones appeared, and the locality
The theory is that the bituminous
coal, in which this mountain range
is known to be rich, has by spine
phenomenal means become ignited,
a vast and smoldering mass far down
in the mountain's heart, making a
caldron of the Manitou river-bed.
HOW A GROTESQUE HERO WALTZED
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AC0.
It is just a century since a scene
was enacted at a royal ball given at
St. James' Palace, the like of which
never engaged the attention uor in
spiicd the pen of any of the satiiists
and wags who always love to bask
in "the fierce light that beats upon
a throne." Tlie American Revolu
tionary War had just resulted in lite
independence of the United States,
aud the English ofllccis who had
fought, noli without distinction, al
beit they fought in vain, against
George Washington and his "Conti
nentals," were received in their
native land with an abundant wel
come and hearty sympathy. Among
the returning soldiers was numbered
Major the Hon. Geotge Hanger,
who afterward .became Lord Colc
raiue, and was one of the most
eccentric Iiishmcn that ever drew
the sword for England.
Before he joined tho British army
Major Hanger had been brought up
in Hanover, and knowing the Ger
man language perfectly, he was sent
out when the American war was in
full blast, to take command of one
of those Hessian regiments with
which 'George III. endeavored to
put down the insurrection of his
"erring subjects" on the other side
of the Atlantic Having got back
to London, Major Hanger naturally
desired to make his bow at Court,
and received His Majesty's com
mand to attend a ball at St. James'
Tlie Major was six feet high, rc
maikably thin and angular, with
coal-black hair, and with a nose like
a snipe. He was often compared to
Don Quixote, and as he entered tho
crowded ball-ioom a general whisper
ran around the royal circle, "Who
is he?" He wore his Hessian uni
form a sitoit, blue coatee with
enormous, frogs, and a belt six
inches broad over his shoulder,
from which his sword depended.
Conscious that every eye was upon
him, the grotesque Major stalked up
to the lovely Miss Diana Gunning,
'then tho greatest beauty of the
The young lady, taking him for
some high-born foreigner, rose and,
with a profound couitesy, accepted
his proffered arm. He led her out
to dance the minuet, but when it
became necessary that he should
put on his hat which was a "Ivwcn
ltuller" of the largest kind, orna
mented with two largo black and
white feathers tho figure whicli ho
cut was so ridiculous that "even
His Majesty could not prescrvo his
gravity, the serious faces of his
Ministers iclaxcd into a smile, and
tho Prince of Wales was thrown
into a convulsive fit of laughter."
Tho Major was subsequently ad
mitted into tho Prince's tollicking
set, and amid the many strango
vicissitudes of foitunc whicli thu
future Lord Colcraiue was destined
to cxpeiionce at one time ho de
scended to the lowly culling of a
coal merchant ho had nlways a
good word to say for George,
Prince of Wales. "If," ho wrote,
"I wero not to acknowledge the obli
gations I owo to His Royul High
ness, I should be the basest of men.
In nlllucncc, in povcity, at libeity
and when iu prison his ' kindness to
mo has never varied." What, how
ever, makes "Major Hanger's Me
moirs," published in 1801, so inter
esting, is that they constitute ono -of
the few books which tell us anything
about horsc-rucing as it nourished iu
these islands at tho end of Inst cen
tury. London Telegraph.
fMMEDIATKLY 2 good
X drcsemaklug imply to
OASCOVNK, King nt.
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN nmouuls of $100 and upuardu.
Good security required. Apply to
J. ALFltEI) MAGOON,
05tf 42 Merchant street, Iloncdulu
Mer-IslifluL S. I. Co.,
X. 1 31 IT 13 O.
The JfcJewt DRonte
to tho.Woihl Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'I he now and staunch
IStcamer W. G. Hall
Leaves tlonolutn at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, July l'dtii.
Thu tteainer pastes along tho entile
coast of ihe leeward Ride of Hnwiil, af.
fording tourist a-patioiama of chnrm.
lug scenery, and will stop at Kenliikc.
kua Hay. whuiu sufficient lime i allow,
cd to viMl the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Puiialuu
at 0 o'clock on tho day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
ves'd, making the cnllio pistogo in
smooth water. At Punuluu there Is tho
FINEST HOTEL' ON HAWAII,
and from thcio tourists will bo conveyed
by railroad to Palmla, thence by stage
couch to llulf.wny House, where horses
and unities will lie in attendance to con.
vcy tlium to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and ouo
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHHY AHMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the olllcu of the 1. 1. S.
K. Co., Laphtnrdc. i",0 0m
to inform itw Public In general
that he has received an
of Ladies', Gents' nndQUhildrcu's
Boots, Shoes &
ltOOMS TO LET,
GIjKjVN, cool, comfortable, furnished
Itooms to lit, at ntoderatc rates, at
tiS and 100 Hotel Hrcet. 581m
A S complaints have lc.iched mo of
xjL late fiom somu of my customers
Hint tlicy can purchase Ilawaiiau-made
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
it, I bog to state that I have always
.transacted my business in n fair nnd
straightforward wjy, charging the same
price ,(o all nlilce", and dolling at a
model ale rate; and at the same time I
would inform .my customers and the
public that from and after this date rny
price will bo $1 per 100 11).
T. Vr. KAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, .hum 21st. fiO
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tie Pad Transfer Co.
Oftice with G. K. Miller,
1'J Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I ii in fully prepared to do all kindeof
drayngc, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantee to execute faith
fully. 62 ly S. F. GRAHAM. Prop'r.
Itev. J. M. Alexander, situuto at
Consisting of 223 Acres of Land,
of which !20 Acres is planted with ICuca.
lyptus, lit for cutting for llrewood. 'The
wood finds rcmly sale delivered on the
place. There are also 1 Acre iu Guinea
grass, ouo of the imt't valuable grasses
Known for btopk.iaising. Also,
A Large Dwelling: House,
Su.nnU' House, Carriage House,
and nil thu conveniences of a home.
The piemiscs have an UNFAILING!
WATER SUPPLY, which is laid on in
pipes lo thu huiifo and pastures. Also,
1 Choice American Stallion,
1 Jack, about 50 Horses,
maros and colts,
1 Part Durham. Bull, about
Tlie piisturo laud Is very rich, n(W)rd.
ing abundance tf paMuiniju for twice
tho number of Mock now on it.
Several ruvliiLH cloi-o lo tho house are
well stocked with hearing fruli trees:
Alligator Peurn, Mangoes, Peaches,
Itreiulfrult, l'uu) Applet), etc., etc.
The large yuid iu which the dwelling
stands 1 a beautiful conblnatinn of
green turf, oiuiuueutal shiubhery and
Thu locution is on tho nlopo about one
mild intiitUa of the Haiku Mill, and orv
lug to lis elevation tho ttccnery is unsiir.
passcd.aud the temperature ninth cooler
than at thu hen level.
There Is a good English school at
EMcnslvo adjiiccnt lands are for sa e
or Ic.iso iu case the iiuichither wlshe? o
combine them font large ranch.
Also, 28 Acres and an 8-Boom
Cottage at Olinda
At irn elevation of -1,000 feet!
TERMS MODERATE Cash or mort
gage. For further particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
73SwJ U3 Merchant Street.
Mri. fc. J. Appleby,
TKAOHUH OF UANJO.
Kor terms, oiupii o at
74 lm WKST, DOVT & CO., Fort St.
At Kaplolanl I'urk. for it term
of sit month', the Collage
and premises now orcunkd
unricrsigueil, unil containing
Parlor, Dining and 2 Hedroonts. Also,
llathroom. Pantry and Kitchen. The
Uottagn Is nicely furnlshpd in ccry
particular for housekeeping. A Jersey
Cou- on the premises furnishes quan
tities of milk, cream mill butler; also, a
nice colleOlion of good laying liens. To
it dcsltublu party good "terms will be
olTered. Apply to
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zchlnmlia,
"0J Queen ife Fnrt Street Stores. tf
A GOOD, HLLIABLB MAN, past
middle age, wants a position as
night watchman. Applv lo
TO . -12 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Since establishing our Mission in this
city, we have frequently been solicited
to procure laigcr and moro convenient
quarters for worship nnd Bible cliss,
quite a number expressing themselves
as. willing to contrilmlo toward the
necessary expense. Wo have now se
cured the building on Fort sttect, for.
nierly used as a gymnasium, thus incur,
ring qille a debt; besides, some changes
aie necessary. Therefore we would say
to all who would esteem it n privllcgo to
aid us in .the matter, that they can con.
fer with Mr. N. F. llurgcs, or with the.
74 lm A . LA HUE.
Burnt Out Wit Dead!
Ryan's Boat-Bmlftins Shop
Is now adjoining the rear of
Crystal Sofia Ms
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarfaparillc,
Fruit Syrups and Essence and
made front the pure Apple, all of which
wc guarantee to be the best.
I We also invite parties intending
starting stores for the sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Seia Work
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A Woman's Si ami
A. Volcie i;i-o;)i AttHtrUi
Near the village of Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an in
telligent mid industrious woman, whoso
story of physical stillcriug and tltinl ro
lief, as related by herself, is of interest
to English women, "I was employed,"
sha Bays, " In tho work of a largo furm
house. Over.work brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint,
ing and sickness of the stomach, until I
witt unable to retain either food or
drink. 1 wits o mpclled to take to my
bed for several wteke. Gelling n little
better front rest and ipiiul, I nought t
do SDino work, but was soon taken with
a pain iu my side, whicli In it 'little
whlio seemed to spread over my whole
body, aud throbbed iu my every limb.
J4a was followed by n cougU and
fthortnesa of breath, until finally I could
not sew, and I took to my bed for the
(ccond, nnd, as I thought, for the last
time. My friends told me that my time
had nearly come, and Hint I could not
live longer than when the trcot put on
their green nee more. Thin I happen,
cd lo get one of the SHgcl pamphlets.
I read It, aud my denr mother bought
me a bottle of Selgel's Syrup; which I
took ooctly according to directions,
aud I had not taken the whole of it be.
fore 1 fell a great change for the better.
My last Illness began June , 1S82, and
continued lo Auatist 0th, when I began
to lake the Hyrup. Verv soon I rould
do a little 1 gltt work. "The cough left
me, nnd I was no more troubled lit
b cathlng. Now I am prrtectly cuted.
And oh, how happy 1 am I I cannot ex
press grntitudo enough for Sclgel'
Sirup. Now I must udl you that the
doctois In our district distributed hand,
bills cautioning people ugnini tlie
medicine, telling them it would do them
uo good, and many were thereby Inllu
encvd to destroy the Sclgel pamphlets,
but now. wherever ono Is lo be found, it
is kept like it relic The fow prccivrd
are .borrowed to read, and Ilme lent
miue for six miles around our dUtticl
People have como eighteen miles to get
mo to buy tliu medicine for them, know,
ing that it cured me, nnd to be sura to
get tho right kind. I known woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
thnt she had consulted several doclor-s
but none could help her. 1 told her of
Selgel's 'Syrup, ana wrote, lite name
down for her that she might make no
mistake. She tool: my ndvico and the
Syrup, nnd now she is iu perfect heallh,
and the people around us nre amazed.
The ntidlclno has litide such progress
lit our neighborhood that people say
they don't "want, tho doctor tuij more,
but thev take tho Syn.p. SufTercrs from
gout who were confined to their bed and
could hdrdly move- a linger, ha e bcVn
cured bv it. There is a girl iu our (lis
trict who caught a cold by going
through some witter, and was in bed tlve
years with ctfstivcnchs and rheumatic
paiua, nnd had to huo an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
In the surrounding districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
Iter child, but every onu crossed tlient.
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, wu thought sutelj it was for bet,
but Seigel's Syrup and Pills saved bet
life, and now she is as healthy ns any.
body, goes to chinch, nnd can work
even in the ileitis. Evciybody wns as
tnulshcd when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she had been in
bed. To.dav she adds her gratitude to
mine for Clod's mercies aud Seigel's
Syrup. Makia IIaa-- "
Tito people of England speak confirm,
ing the above.
A.l'ter Iiin- Year-.
' Whlttlcle.Woods, near Chorlcv,
"December 20, ISS3.
"Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well w ith us, all that try
it speak highly in its favor. Wu had it
case of a young lady that had b. en trott.
bled many years with pains after e.ttitit;.
She tells us llint ihe pains w ere entirely
taken away after a few do'-es of your
medicine. Yours truly, E. Phli.."
-Vl'tei- ycvcral "Wiii't-..
"Stoke Ferry, January Dili. 1SS1
"Gentlemen, 1 have Usui Siegel's
Syrup for teterul ears, and li.tvu found
it a most eltic.icious remedy for Liver
complaints and .general debilily, ipnl I
always keep some by me, and cannot
spc.tk too highly iu its piaico I re.
main, jours ttul, Harnett King."
jV.ri.ei- hjlxteen Vc-jii-k.
"On, Noivgnio Succt, 'Worksop, Nott,
"December 2Glh, ltS't.
"Gentlemen, It is with thu greatest
of pleusuru 1 accord my testimony ns to
the etllcucy of Mother Seigel's t-yrup.
My wife, who has suffered fiom ar.ute
Dyspepsia for over sixteen yeais, is uow
perfectly better thtoiigh the tlu help
of your Sy.up I btnc seut pounds in
medicines from doutois in inet, I bet
gnu to think she was incurable, until
your innrvellous lncdluiue wn tried.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
JJfit;i)tM luivt! beu
"Wo ml e i-lu 1 .
"'Ilford Iloid DispeiiEitry, Dukinlleld,
May 0, ISM.
" Dear Sir, I am happy to inform
you that the salo of your Syrup and Pill-,
increases here continually. Several of
my customers speak of having derived
more bcncllt from the use of these than
from any oilier medicine. In some in
stances tho cll'ects have been wondcj fill.
Yours cry respectfully,
It wiyj- Pito. Emvi;; Eastwood, .1.11."
seemed to take a deep and sympathetic'
intcrrs.t, having been familiar with hi
Butlerings. and now rejoiced in what
seemed to litem a most lcmnrLablc cute.
The Vicar remarked that he presumed
his name had been connected witlt thu
report from his having mentioned tho
case to Mr. Joint Thomas, a chemist of
Lhtnnn. He sold Mr. Puch was former
ly a resident of tlmir parish, but was now
living in thu parish of Llnuddcinol,
He strongly vouched Mr. Win. Pugh's
character us a lespectablu farmer and
worthy of credit. I left the venerable
Viear'with a lhelicr fense of tl c happy
relation of u p.tstor and people, feeling
that be wiih onu who truly syuipathiteil
with all who are ullHcttd in mind, bo'dy,
On my leturn to Aberjbtwith, I was
impressed with a desire to see Mr. Puch,
whosu reputation stood so high. Ills
farm lb culled Pancom-Muwr, slgnlfj lug
"above tho.dhigle," situated near tho
Muiuiiit of a smooth round hill, oir.
looking a beautiful alloy. In which is
situated the locly ivymantled Church
of .Llnuddcluol. I found Mr, Ptigh,
Apparently about 40 years old, of medium
height, rather slight, w itli a pleiiMiut and
intelligent face. 1 told him I hud heard
of his gitnt alllictiou and of his-remark,
nlilu and iilmorl miraculous relief, and
that 1 had come to leant from his own
lips, what there wns of trulli iu thu re
ports. Mr, Ptigh rcmnrk'-d that his uclgh.
bora had Ukcu a kindly aud symp
athetic, interest in his cuso fur ninny
years, but of late their interest had been
f really awakened by a happy cliaiigo iu
lis coiiditloi. What you report its lmv.
ing heard abroad, said he, is substaut
iully true, with ono eccptlou. I never
understood that my case was over given
tip as hopeless by auy Physician. I
have been treated by several Doctors
hereabouts, as good as any In AVnles, but
unfortuuately no prescription of theirs
ever brought the tleslrt d lellef.
Fifteen yearn ago, ho said. I first bo.
came conscious of a sour aiul deranged
stomach and loss of appetite, which tho
Doctors told mo wits Dyspepsia. "What
food I could hold iu my stomach seem.
ed to do mo no good uttd was often
thrown up with painful retphlug. ThU
was followed altera time with nhonrtc
ncss unil a raw soreness of the thtoat
which tho Doctors called bruuehitis,
aud I TYua treated for that, but with
jxintjomAUi, Atoanto -fattiBi-iltV ufafiiteijii r naHli