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WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1880.
Schr American Girl from Port Ludlow
Stmr Jns Makee from Kauai
Stmr Jns Makee for Wulnlua and Moktt-
lela ntO i. .m.
Sclir Canute for Hllo
Schr Wnlmalu for Ilouomu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ger lik F O Slcbcn, Brulin
Ger schr Mary O Uohm,
Ger bk Furst Msmnrck, Vnndor Vlng
l'"r schr Hammouln, Arnnrd
Bk Blrinnh, 0 II Jonas
Bk lloUlen, Joycusoii
Bktue Geo C Perkins, Acknfan
iiktno Consuclo, Cousins
Norwegian bark Aurora, Suttcrlnud
Haw brig Allle Kowe, J Phillips, from
Hongkong, duo Sept 10 to Nov 10.
llol bark Don Nicolas, Boss, from
Port Townscnd, AV T, duo July 20-31.
Nlc bk Klmljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B C, due June 25-30.
K M S S "Mariposa (Am), II M Hay
ward, from the Colonies, en route to
San Francisco, duo July 31.
KMSS Alameda (Am), H G Morse,
from San Francisco, en route to tlio
Colonies, due Aug 7.
Am bark Cnibnrlen, V II Hubbard,
from San Francisco, duo July 23-30.
Am bktno Mary Wlnkelman, C Bac
kus, from San Francisco, duo July
Haw steamship Zcalaiidla, It van Ote
rendorp, from San Francisco, due Aug
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from Port Town
scud, W T, due Aug 1-11.
Am tern Eva. J O Wikman, from
PortTownsend, AV T. duo Aug 10-20.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edwaid May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Amaua, from Liverpool, duo
Am scbr Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kabului, July 20-30.
' For Kauai, per Iwalani, July 27 L II
Stolz, C W Spitz, E Johnon, Mr Mul
ler, II F Glade, Hon G B Palohau, Hon
D II Nahlnu and 2 daughters, E A Bie
leuberg, S Decker, Mr Wilcox, and 93
For Knhului, per Likelike, July 27
Rev A D Biset and wife, Hon FH
Hayselden, wife, 5 children and 2 ser
vants, Mr Kahaulello, Mr Lazarus, lion
J W Knlmi, Miss Lazarus, Miss Hat
field, A Barba, M S Sylva, G A Jack
son, A Copp and family, and 170 deck.
From Kauai, per Jas Makee, July 28
K C Spaulding and family, O Bertel
man and 21 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makee 1,031 bags of sugar,
1,135 bags of paddy and 20 bbls of
The barks Sleben and Holden have
nearly finished discharging their coal.
The schooner American Girl arrived
yesterday evening, 28 days from Port
Towuseud, with 28,304 feet of lumber
to Hackfeld & Co. The American Girl
had strong southerly gales for 13 days.
They began at Cr.pe Flattery and con
tinued to Crescent City, then light north
east trades were received to port.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Look out for Mr. Goldberg's new
Staging is being put up in front
of Messrs. F. A. Scliaefer & Co.'s
store, Merchant street, for a renovat
The Honolulu Itifles hold a spe
cial meeting this evening to elect a
captain. Every member is expected
to bo present in full dress unnorm.
Mk. C. K. Miller's flat-bottom sail
boat was stolon about two weeks ago,
and lias not yet been recovered.
Miller thinks it was taken over to
Smith's bridge, and painted a differ
Mb. C. J. Fishel, at the Leading
Millinery House, corner of Hotel and
Fort streets, will commence a great
Inventory Sale on Monday, August
tho 2nd, of which full particulars will
be given on that date.
' The number of persons collecting
stamps in this city is greater than
one would suppose. Mr. Steiner, who
advertised in this paper several, days
ago for thousands of used Hawaiian
stamps, received 15,000 of them in
about a week.
Bids having been called for tho
erection of a two-story brick building
on Hotel street, for Mr, Mendoca,
tho following bids wer5 rccoived:
Cavanagh, $3,093; Lucus $4,000;
Harrison Bros. if 1,040 ; JUuyhow $1,
285; Thomas $1,044, tuid Lishman
$4,910. Tho contract lias been
awarded to Cavanagh, nnd work will
TiiKitK will bo two races at Kapio
lani Park next Satuiday afternoon,
beginning at 2:30 o'clock. Tho first
race is a mile and a half running
race, between Manuel Bosa's Fourth
of July nnd N. Perrie's California,
for $200 a sidg. Tho second race is
a oiiQ-inilo running race, between
Perrio's horse Pintu uiul Aylctt'a Un
known, for $100 a side,
At 12 o'clock this day Mr. Lewis
J. Lovoy mounted a plunk on Brew
er's wharf, to sell at auction tho
French schooner llununonia, 84 tons
French measurement, with her boats,
cables, rigging, provisions and fix
tures to tho highest bidder. When
tho steam whistles had stopped blow
ing tho hour of noon, Mr, Levey said
to tho ussembly of seamen, ship
builder and capitalists, "How much
am I offered? Don't bo bashful.
Ah 1 $500. I'm offered $500. Who'll
say 750? Seven hundred and fifty
dollars I'm offered, 800, 850, 900,
950, 1,000, 1,100, -1,150, 1,200, and
told to Menri. Butltr A Bruoe for
851,200." tyr. Chas. Kibllng is said
to have been hi with tho purchnscrs
nnd now owns one-third interest in
Following aro the names of pas
sengers already booked to leave by
tho S. S. Australia nest Suturdny at
noon for San Francisco: Mr. C.
Gcitz, J. O. Carter, Jr., W. Kinney,
Miss O. Carter, Mrs. M. D. Hall, II.
C. Dent, J. W. D, Hydor, It. C.
Spaulding, wifu and child, Miss F.
Ilirschberg, Miss S. N. Shaltuck, C.
II. Hitchcock, L. L. Gulick, J. Good
ell, Miss Cuthcart, Miss Babcock,
Mrs. G. Itoss, D. Kirkland, E. M,
Walsh and wife, Mrs. Dickenson,
Miss Dickenson, lion. It. Lnwley, A.
Coalcs, M. Hockwith, A. Litigate, It.
Lillie, Miss Lidgatc, Mrs. G. N.
Sniith.-G. A. Hopper, Jamie Wilder,
Jos. Hyiniin, Glaus Spicckels and
finnily, John Wight and wife, Miss
Lamb, J. Freeborn, wife and child,
Misses J. and A. Perry.
Just leceived, ex S.S. Australia, u
lot of very small Manila Cigars of ex
tra line brand. To bo had at the
87 Central Cigak Stand.
AiniKTs' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 8G Gt.
Tun most popular resort in tho
city arc tho Elito Ico Cream Parlors
Delicious Ice Creams, Ices, Cakes
and Candies always on hand. 73
Dit. Flint's Heart Rbmedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
By the steamer Zcalnudia the Lead
ing Millinery House of Clias. J.
Fishel hns received a fine lino of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundred Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers tho
genuine article, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. Full line of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornamqnt, etc. Cull at once and in
spect his stock. 7i
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hinglcy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where he is prepnred to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT.
A distressing accident happened
to an infant daughter of Mr. James
Lycett yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Lycett told her daughter, a girl of
14, to give her baby sister a warm
water hath. The girl poured a ket
tle of boiling water into the bath
tub, and went out to obtain more
water, leaving the baby by the side
of the bath tub. When she return
ed she was horror-stricken to find
the little one had fallen into the tub.
Dr. McGrew was called at once, and
did all in his power to relieve the
little sufferer. The child is still liv
ing to-day, and the doctor has some
expectation of her recovery. Should
she survive, however, it is not im
probable that she may be a cripple
for life, as the tendons of her limbs
may be shrunken permanently.
After firing both barrels at a duck
and failing to hit him either time,
the bird generally returns within
easy range, and the gun being emp
ty, the gunner becomes mad, and
tries to club the duck with the' butt
of his gun. To prevent this annoy
ance carry a pistol and fire twice to
deceive the duck. When your dog
runs down an' bird, that shows his
economizing propensities and illus
trates his high training and intellect.
When the gun becomes too hot from
rapid shooting, dip it in water, or if
there is no water at hand, take a
large mouthful of coal air and blow
through the barrels. When your
dog retrieves a dove or quail let him
stuff his mouth and throat with the
feathers of the bird, because it ex
cites the game fever. Teach your
,pup to retrieve that he may learn to
(take a firm grip on the game. When,
lyou accidently shoot your dog, take
'.off his pelt and pick out the shot.
Hoping the abovo items will be ap
preciated by amateur sportmen,
it is also hoped that the' will notice
tho following poem:
"This man's earthly race is run
.He locked the haninii'i of a fowling gun
And blew hi the barrel just because
He wanted to bee If It was loaded and
A PUBLIC NUISANCE.
IIOIISES TAKEN FltOMl'KIVATEGUOlJNDS
AND HELD KOIt HANSOM AN AN
CIENT GOVEItNMENT COIIJIIS
SION AND ITS WOKKINU.
In tho course of trial of two
young native lads, ou a charge of
decoying animals, before Police
Justice liickerton this morning, some
facts were elicited not healing es
pecially on the question of tho
innocence or guilt of the accused,
but of much interest to the owners
of uuimals in and about Honolulu,
It appeals that on a recent date a
horse got away from tho premises of
the Woodlawu Dairy Company, Pu
nahoii, and was afterward found in
a paddock kept by one Jim Kukona
on ricrctania street. The keeper of
the dairy premises was charged a
dollar before getting tho horse back,
fifty cents being tendered hy him but
refused. It appears that Kukona
holds n commission from tho Gov-
ermnint, undir an old law, for tilt
ing pare of Government lands and
roads in Honolulu, innukn as far as
Knnonlnknpunco. The commission
empowers him to seize nil nnlmnls
found nt lnrgc on the public domain
or roads, and to hold them until
claimed by their owners and then
collect fifty cents n day for their
keep. Under this commission Kit-'
kona's two young sons, according to
the evidence in the case in question,
found the horse in Punahoii street
and drove htm to the paddock refer
red to. The keeper testified to the
horse being on the dairy premises
earl in the morning, and to tho
impossibility of his getting out with
out the gate being opened for htm.
As, however, the boys were not seen
letting the horse out on the street,
they were discharged. The question
of overcharge for custody of the
horse was not relevant to the case,
and could only be dealt with under
a separate action.
Without piosuming any guilty
action in this pat ticular case, yet it
is "notorious that a gross abuse
exists nt Punahoii under the "law re
lative to animals at large. There
have been cases not only of double
charge demanded for horses corraled
as trespassers, but of horses being
held for the fees when there was not
the slightest doubt that they had been
deliberately taken from private pre
mises. In one case a horse was
being groomed in its owner's yard,
when it bolted through the gate
qpened to admit the butcher's cart,
and in a few minutes was impound
ed with a charge of one dollar
against its owner. The fee was not
paid, but the horse was returned
about as speedily as it was taken
for the owner had been
watcliing the whole proceeding.
Kukona's paddock is not a public
pound; horses cannot be detained
there legally more than 24 hours, and
owners if known must be notified
immediately when their horses arc
captured. It is well for the public
to know these facts.
In giving his decision in the above
case, Justice Bickerton said tho com
missioner of Government land had
no right to delegate his powers to
the two boys or to any person. Ilis
employes or children might do the
capturing of trespassing animals,
but the commissioner must be pre
sent to give legal sanction to the
operati6n. How much worse, then,
must the abuse be if anybody, as
would seem to be tho case, can cap
ture animals and share fees with the
poundkeeper? This matter was re
ferred to by the Bulletin last year,
but the abuse still continues, as re
sidents of Puiiahou can testify.
Neither is it confined to that locality,
and the authorities should inves
tigate. THE INQUEST ON Y0UNC BOLSTER.
An inquest was held at the Sta
tion House yesterday afternoon,
into the death of Abraham Bolster,
Jr., before Deputy Marshal Dayton,
Coroner, and the following jury:
Robert Grieve, A. M. Hewitt, Pierre
Jones, G. D. Freetb, J. H. Love
joy, and F. L. Leslie. There were
also present, Major J. II. Wode
housc, II. B. M. Commissioner, and
Mr. Alexander Bolster, father of the
Dr. McWayne was the first wit
ness, and submitted the report of
the autopsy made by himself and
Dr. Martin, which had been pub
lished in this paper. Ho said that
if a rupture occurred when the de
ceased fell, it would have made no
difference whether lie had medical
attendance or not. Certain marks
about the tluoat of deceased, which
caused some talk outside, he ex
plained to have been caused in the
post mortem examination.
Benjamin J. Weight tostilled to
having been drinking and driving
round with Bolster on that fatal
evening. There had been no quar
reling between them, however, and
most of his recollection of the event
was induced by reading the publish
ed reports. He remembered mak
ing a drunken motion toward his un
fortunate comrade at the Fisli Mar
ket, and seeing Bolster fall before
him ; then their taking off to tlio
Station, and his going home later
very ill. This witness said he was
in very poor health, but did not say
that his making the rounds of the
saloons, helping a companion to his
destruction, was intended as a re
Antone Diniz, the driver of tho
hack in which Weight and Holster
traveled, gave evidence similar to
his statement published in this pa
per on Monday.
Evidence wus given ulso by Sam
MeKeague, Station House keeper,
officers Holoua, Kuhimoku and
Burns, relative to the arrest of the
young men, Bolster's condition nnd
the attentions paid him in the cell
till his death. IIu had been visited
several times during the night, and
found to lie apparently In a heavy
sleep. Pillows were placed under
his head to make him rest easier,
nnd when in the morning lie wns dis
covered in a dangerous condition a
doctor was immediately sent- for.
Moss Davis testified to the de
ceased having been in his store buy
ing a shirt and putting it on, about
half an hour beforo ho wns brought
to the Station. Ho said Bolster
talked quite rationally, saying the
shiit was not vt'iy good nnd tho
John Kauluhea, from whom Bol
ster bought fish just before his fall,
deposed that ho wus not very drunk
then, being able to wnlk without
difficult'. Witness ndded naively,
that nobody was very drunk who
could buy fish.
Mr. Bolster, 8r., nkert the Covo
ner to produce the shirt that was on
his son when he died, ns it hurt been
shown Hint it wna a new one and lie
Jiad been credibly informed tiiat tho
shiit was badly torn. Mr. Mc
Kcague was therefore recalled and
testiltcd that the shirt had been torn
by tlio doctor, to unable him to make
a hypodermic injection in the pa
tient's breast. The shirt had not
been preserved, however, which
must regarded us an oversight, for
in a case of this kind very slight
things ate important In evidence.
The inquest lasted five and thrce
qunrter hours, and the jury returned
the following verdict: "That said
Abraham Holster died on the 21th
day of July, A. D. 188G, his death
being caused by passive congestion
from effusion of blood on the brain,
the cause unceitain.."
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
Tuesday, July 27th.
The trial of Emma Singer vs. E.
It. Ityan, bieacli of promise of mar
riage, occupied nil day, and the juiy
returned a verdict of S5U0 for tho
Wednesday, July 28th.
Lopez vs. Man, damages for cut
ting banks oftaio patch. Kinney
for plaintiff; Asliford & Ashfor'd
for defendant. Still ou.
Ah Sing pleaded guilty to impoit
ing two tins of opium unlawfully
from the S. S. Australia this morn
ing, and was lined S100 and sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for !J0 days.
Ah Sin was remanded on a charge
of having opium in possession.
Kahuna and Solomona, two boys,
charged with decoying animals,
pleaded not guilty and on trial were
discharged. Mr. Peterson for pro
secution, and Mr. Berenaba for
Kalua, deserting contract service
of Allen & Robinson, was ordered
to return to his employers.
AN INJURED JOURNALIST.
The editor of an Arkansaw news
paper published at Wiley's Cove
sent the following letter to the editor
of the JSTorth American Jievicw:
"My Dear Sir Ever since my pa
per has been started, 1 have, off and
on, copied from your publication,
hut you havo never copied a line
fiom my paper, the Jiooster. I
have bought your publication, hop
ing to see if you had copied from
me, but you never have. I am a
man who believes that turn about is
fair play. When a man treats me
well I treat him well, and now, sir,
I desiie to s.13 that I am not going
to copy anything more fiom 3011.
I don't propose to advertise your
magazine for nothing. I will keep
on, however, if you copy the in
closed joke on our county judge.
Mind, I don't urge you, but don't
hesitate to say that if you fail it is
all over with us." Arkansaw
A SAD AFFAIR.
New Yoiik, July 13. Adricn
Crucy nnd his sister Lucie were
found (lend at 00 Lexington street
yesterday. The Crucy family enmo
from Nantes, Department of Loi
rent, France, in 1851, and settled in
New York. There were seven in
the family father, mother, two
sons and three daughters. Andre,
another son, had died in 1810, n
year and live weeks old. Twenty
nine years ago the Crucys rented
the 3-story brick house No. 00 Lex
ington avenue, on the northwest
corner of Twcnty-llfth street, and
the whole family went there to live.
Since then the father, mother, one
son and two daughters havu died,
leaving Adricn, tho youngest son,
aged llfty-ono, nnd Lucie, aged
fifty. These two lived unmarried
in the daughter's old house. Adricn
was a well-known business man, had
a seat in the Produce Exchange and
was a member of the Maritime and
Metal Exchange, and comparatively
well. off. Both had many friends.
One week ago Adrien hud a light
sunstroke. Yesterday morning
neither Adrien nor Lucie appeared
at the breakfast table. The servant
thought Adrien had becoino worse,
nnd his sister Iind staid in his room
to look after him ami did not want
anything to ent. At 11 o'clock
they had not como down and the
servant knocked at the door. There
wns no response nnd supposing botli
wero asleep she went down stairs
again. At 1 o'clock she knocked
again nnd tried tho door nnd found
the door locked. She went mound
to a door between the two rooms
mid found that locked too. She
then called a policemen, who broke
in tlio hull door and found Adricn
lying on his buck on the bed. Ilis
fnee wus turned toward the ceiling.
His iron-gray mustache wns llecked
with blood ami his gray hair wns
dripping with it. In his right hand
was an old stylo 32-caliber Smith &
Wesson 5-shooter. One cllnmber
wns discharged nnd the ball had
gone into his brain, entering the
back of the right temple. In a
little iron cot nt his right side, u
foot lower than his bed, lay his
sister on tho left side, facing lilui.
Her right temple wns crushed and
she wus dead. She held iu her hand
a now )8-callher Smith & Wesson
revolver. A 38-calibcr bullet wus
found on the pillow, where it had
spent its force ufter going through
her heart. The revolver hart been
jlred but oucu nnd cartiidgvo were
found iu the other four chambers.
A nbto on tliti tablo, signed by both,
saldi "We commit suicide of our
own accord." Other documents
show by directions ns to many
details that the couple had con
templated suicide for soma time.
S. F. Bulletin.
Washington, July 12. By the ac
tion of the House on Fiiday Inst the
special order for to-morrow Is the
joint icsolutiou introduced by Re
presentative Morrison to apply the
surplus in tho Treasury in excess of
SIOOO.OOO.OOO to the payments upon
the itilerest-bcaring debt in sums of
not less than S10,000,000 per month.
The present surplus is about S175,
000,000. After retaining $100,
000,000 to hold greenbacks steady,
there would be, under thisrcsolu
tion, 875,000,000 to be applied to
wnrd extinguishing tho public debt.
Opinions differ, however, ns to
where tho safety line should be
drawn. Many think, nnd this opi
nion is decidedly expressed nt the
Treasury, that 8100,000,000 is not
enough to be retained. The ex
penses of the Government are, in
round numbers, 1,000,000 a day.
If from unforeseen cause the leve
nues should be even temporarily re
duced for any length of time, it
might be necessary to draw on the
surplus. This would have n ten
dency to weaken greenbacks and in
evitably create more or less finan
cial disturbance in the country.
Careful consul valivc men say tho
surplus should not he reduced be
low fiom 8130,000,000 to 8150,000,
000. It is quite possible that the
resolution may be amended in this
respect, but it is very likely to pass
the House in some bhapc. Carlisle,
Randall and Morrison all favor it,
and when these three agree touching
anything the chances arc strong in
favor of its going through. Mor
rison intends to turn, a. full head of
stenm upon the resolution to-morow.
S. F. Bulletin.
A CONNECTICUT CUSTOM.
I hear a sloiy from Connecticut
which, perhaps, sounds naturally
enough up tlieie, but which will be
likely to have sonic elements of
amusement in it for people who have
never lived in Hint part of the
world. The town of llaraden or
Woodbridgc is the scene, and the
story is of a custom that exists there
for providing newly married couples
with "wedding gifts." As soon as
a woman gets married it is incum
bent upon her not to stay at home
and receive calls from the neighbors,
but to climb into a wagon and go
whirling up and down the road for
as many miles as her acquaintances
may extend or the powers of a Con
necticut horse hold out. She stops
at neighbor Smith's house, drops
out of the wagon and greets neigh
bor Smith's helpmeet in something
after this style: "Well, Mrs. Smith,
T linvr. imf mnrrinil ...... lr.i.... .
so I have come round to get my
gift. What kind will you take?"
If the average man outside of
Ilaindcn should hear a young
woman say something of this sort,
he would be apt (unless the young
woman was pretty) to imagine that
something was wrong with Iter head.
Not so. "What will you take?" is
plain enough to neighbor Smith's
wife. All brides say the same thing,
and it has got to be an old story.
"What will you take?" means
what kind of tea will you take.
There are merchants iu New York
who give premiums to country
agents, and there is one firm whose
premium is iu the shape of house
hold goods, dishes, etc. If a young
woman can get her acquaintances to
subscribe for 100 pounds of tea she
gets something pretty nice to pay
her for her trouble, and the tea
does not cost the purchaser any
more than if purchased of the coun
try stot cheepers. Thus Connecticut
is able to be generous without pay
ing cash, whoicfore is Connecticut
happ3 . N. V. Times.
Much suffering ou the west coast
of Ireland continues. The work of
relieving the starving fishermen is at
a standstill, for want of funds.
Swinburne's new volume of mis
cellanies is considered by the
Atheuwum to contain that writer's
most important contributions to
prose litei aturc.
East Maui Phmtntioii Co.
'nilKHK will bun t-pi-einl Meeting of
Jl tliu Mocklioldcis of thii East Muni
I'hiululli 11 ( o. in SATUKDA V, July 31,
18s-. 111 the olllwot U. JJiuwiT & Co,
liouuliilii, at 10 o'clock a.m. liv order
of the I'lt'hluoni. 1'. U. JUNKS,
Fil til tjecrctnry.
(.oniplaints li.ivu reached ma of
lulu from feomu of my customers
Uml they run piui'liiibO Hawaiian. imule
Soup cheaper iliun 1 havo Lueii belling
it, 1 ncg 10 htulo unit 1 iiuvu uiwuys
iruiiEUotccI my limltus In u fuir and
htruighi forward way, chnrgint: the sumo
pricu to nil alike, and felling at a
moderate inlu; mid nl the same titno I
would Inform my cuMcmcrti and tho
public Unit from and after this date my
price will ho $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Bonp Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, .luiiu Silst. 60
Found Hoi'ko and Saddle.
ALKHIT CKEAM horeo branded
E N on left hind lug, four whito
feet, with fciuMlc. 'I he owner can have
him by piiylng advancement and feud
ing, etc. Call at
85 1 w Punchbowl street.
fOTICK Ih liiMoby given, Unit I have
J. ihUduy iividied my power of At
torney to Apiiii, dated 27'h day of Do
oemher. IsfcO, iru'iiled 111mm 07, pugo
US3. in ltugirlui Of.lci', tdnolidii.
' SIN OHU.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, 1BSQ. 81 lm
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN amounts of $100 and upwards.
Good HCiirlty required. Applv to
CCjIf 413 Merchant ttrcel. Horn 1- In .
Land in Kukuihaelu, Ha
waii, lor Sale.
AN undivided lirtlf Interest in 1M.
Oil. adjoining land of tlio Pacific
Bugnr Mill Cu. Tho land N mngintlrtnt
enne land, and comprises 22 ucrcs. This
land will he sold reasonable, nnd pur
chasers will find It a profitable invest,
tneut. Address or apply to
J. K. WISEMAN,
80 lw Heal Ettnto Agent.
Now Landing-, ex Birmuli.
Fquaro and Arch Fire Hrlcks,
Fire Clny, Liverpool ltock Salt,
AUo, a full lino of the best brands of
Ales, Stout, Beer, Wine and
For sale at lowest rates In quantities to
85 lw F. A. SOHAEFEU &, CO.'S.
The White House,
No. 118 Nuunmi Htroot,
Private Family Hotel,
Terms itcnsonablc. First-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
THE undersigned, having this dav
leased to GEOHGE CAVANAGH,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Stenm Laun
dry, notice is hereby given thnt tho said
George Cavanagh alone is tcsponsihlc
for all debts contracted by the said
George Cavanagh for ihu tald Laundry
from and after this date.
W. C. PAltlCE,
Assignee of . I F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, June 17, 1880, 50
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie JBesst DR.011.te
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and Huuncli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Friday, July 23rd.
The steamer passes along the entire
coast of the leeward side of llawnil, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenerj, and will ttop at Kcnlukc.
kua Bay, where sufllclcnt lime is allow
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at C o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vesbel, making the entire pas-sage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Pahala. "thence by stage
coach to Half-way House, whcic horses
and guides will be iu attendance to con.
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets fpr the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHHY ARMITAGE,
Ageut, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the ofllcu of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. :!70 Gin
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, iraitaparillo,
Fruit tiyrups anil Kmences and
mado from the pure) Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to bu the I.eU,
Sr We alio Invite parties Intending
btartlrg Mores lor llic sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sofia Worts,
P. O. Uox 1107, Honolulu.
Blncc establishing our Mission iu this
city, we havo frequently been solicited
to procure larger and mora convenient
quarters for worship and 11 1 bio cliBs,
qulto a number expressing thcniBtlvcs
as willing to contribute toward the
iiemsary expense. Wo havo now sc.
cured tho building on Fort sttcet, for
racrly used as a gymnasium, thus incur,
ring qulto a debt; besides, tome changes
aro necessary. Therefore we would bay
to all who would esteem it a privilege to
aid us in tho matter, that they cun con.
fcr with Mr. N, F. Durgcss, or with the
undersigned. 1 A. SCOTT,
74 lm A, LA RUE.
riMIE unth. sun "1 If prepared m fur.
X niia spirinun- of all tho
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rnti-s.
Complete 4;oIlr(!unK cmbran.
ing HO varieties icprcsciitlt.gSO families
prepared to order only. Them colleuiioiH
display i-ntho fronds of each It rn v th
roots and other Important rjrls of i-ndi
plant. Collection embracing from 'JO
to SO varieties elegantly mounted nnd
decorated with mors, lichen and ca.
weeds peculiar to the islands always m
hand nt Messrs. King llros.' Art there,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
xia r.:n' yiou ic.
Packages of the spores of till variut'cH
of ferns found In the group for sale.
fresh spores and are securely put up and
accurately named, l'tlce per packu 10
Pamphlet containing paiticularr iu
reference to living plants, with 11 cntn.
loguc of the fcrut. mailed to any nddr. -s
within the Postal Union upon icceipt 'if
G tent stamp. Address
F. L. CLAHKH
SJ Honolulu, Oulin. 11. 1
A Woman's Mgh ami
A. A'oW'e J'roiu .A-UBLrln.
Near the village of Zillinrdoif, In
Lower Austria, Hw Mnri.i Unas, an in
telllgcnlnnd Industrious woman, wl.c-o
Btory of pli)&!cnl fulleiing and llnal te
lie-f, as relali-d by hcurlf, N of iiiteri -t
to Engli-h woiiu'n. "I was uinplnw'd,"
she says, " in the work of a large f iim
house." Over-work brought ou bi.-k,
headache, followed by a deathly mint,
lug and sickness of Urn stomach, un'i I
wa unable to retain cither iood or
drink. I was c mpelled te take to my
bcel for Eovcral weeks. Gftlng a llulo
better from rest nnd epiiet, 1 ..aught 1
elo some work, but was toon taken '.lh
:i pain In my side, which iu 11 H-tlc
while teemed to spread eiver niyv.) lu
body, nnd throbbed iu my eeirv limb.
This was followed by a cough , ml
f-hoitness of breath, until fiual'y'I i''i Id
not sew, and I took to my be.il loi tliu
second, and, as I thought, for the ' ;t
time. My friends told e that my tl nu
hail rearly come, nnd that I could not
live longer than when the trees pin ou
their green nee more. Then I happen.
eel to get one of the Keigel pamphlet.
I read it, and in' denr mother bought
mo a bottle of bcigel's Syrup, which X.
took c.nctly according 10 dircctie
and I had nut taken the whole oT it lie.
fore I fell a great change for the In 't-r.
My hi9t illness began .lunc , lbS.', and
continued to Auuust Uih, when I lnj,.m
to take the Syrup. Very soon 1 cendil
do u little 1'ghl work. Thoco'Jirh left
me, and I was no more Troubled iu
b eathiug. Now 1 am perfectly cuicd.
And oh, how hupp) I anil I ciiunc. ex
press gratitude enough for Si loci's
Syrup. Xow 1 itni-.t t 11 you that' tho
itbclo s iu uurdistriit dUuilmkd hand
bills cautioning ptoj 1c against tlio
mulirino, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were the'ii'l.y ititlu.
enced to destroy tlie Scige-1 punplilets;
but now, wheievcr one is to bo luuiin it
is kept like a relic. The Jew iie-ervnl
are horroweel to iciul, and E have lent
mine lor six miles around our di'-liict.
People have come eighteen mile- t- get
me to buy tip- medicine fov tlum, l.i'ow.
ing that itemed me, and to l.u ture: to
gel the right kind. I known wonmn
who was looking like tleath, aiwl who
told them there.' was no help fur her,
that she had consulted several eliioton-,
but none ce ultl belt) her. 1 told lurnf
Scigcl's Sjrup, and wrote tho name
down lor her lhai she might make no
mistake. She took my aehici. ami ihu
Syrup, and now s-hn 1". 111 piilir.t health,
itnel tho people mound us 111c auuu'ul.
The medicine has made such proj-n's
in our neighboihood that people say
they don't want the docteir any mrte,
but ihcv take theS.rup. SuiTe're-ii- Jnun
go ill who weio coiiiined to their bed ..d
could baldly move a finger, I nit been
cuted bv it. There Is ti girl In our 1 is
trict who caught a cold by rr".tig
through soon: water, and wn. in bee. t'.ve
years with (uistiwnos.i and iluuimiiu
pains, nnd hail to lutio an iitltndanl tu
watch by her. There was not a debtor
Iu tho surrounding distiieu to wh m
her mother had not up pi I en! to reli- les
her child, hut eviry erne croucd th- m.
selves and said they could not help I..T.
Whenover llie llttlb bell uinjr which Is
rung in our place ulica ioiucbf'j Is
dead, we thought Miie-ly It wnt. for'l.tr,
but Selgel'h Syrup nnd PI'!-, mved ner
life, anil now she is nr h. nlihy at any.
body, goc;. to chuie'h, und can v.- u"k
even in the Holds. Everybody wc- as.
mulshed when thi-y saw hermit, luii-w-ing
how many years she had been Iu
bed. To-dav she adds her gialltudc to
miue for God's mercies and l$elrid's
Sytup. Mama Haas."
The people of England speak couuiia.
ing the above.
A-ftur Bluny "Vourn.
"Whittle-lcWoorts. near Choilcv,
"Dt'cumbcrSC, 1S8. "
"Dear Sir, Mother Sclge.1V medieiuo
sella exceeding will with ns. all tlm 'ry
it fpeak highly iu its favor. We In d a
ciisu of a young ladv that had Ken treiu.
bled many icars with pain.s after eating.
Shu tells us that tho pains Mcrij intiuly
taken away after u few doses of jiur
medicine Yours truly, E. Pi.ki". "
.A-fter Hrvcral Yuai'H.
"Stoko Ferry, January Dili. ifcSl.
"Gentlemen, I havo used Siege l'a
Syrup for several years, and havu found
it 11 moBt eOlcaclous remedy for Liver
complaints ami general dchiliti, mid I
alwaya keen somu by me, ami cauuot
speak loo highly 111 Its nrttihu 1 te
miiin, yours truly, Harriett King."
Vftoi Hlx.t'tu YtuiVf.
"95, Notfgato Stictt, Woiktop, Ko'.tf,
"December 'Jlith, H-SJ.
"Gentlemen, It Is with the greatest
of pleasure I accord my testimony as to
the elllcacy of Mother Hc-igel'a t-yrup.
My wife, who has mi lb-red from node
Dyspepsia for over sixteen years, i now
perfectly better through the i-ole lu Ip
of your Syrup, I Imio ficut pound j in
inceliclnes from donors In fact, I he.
gnu to think she was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
XMio 35flWtK liu-v-o lieua
"(Ilford ltoad DUpcuenrv, Duklnllold,
" Dear Sir, I am happy to Inform
you that ihu mlo of yonrbyrup and Pills
increases here continually. Scverul of
my customers speak of having derived
more benefit from tho use of there imu
fiom any other medicine. In sonin In.
btnnrc tho I'ffectb have been wonilii,ul,
'our erv respectfully,
it wly Tao. Eowui Eastwood, j.b."
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