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TIIUKSDAY, JULY 29, 188G.
Stmr W d Hnll from Hawaii A Mnul
Sttnr Wnltiiannlo from Walmannlo
Schr UnlcnUnla from Pepeekco
Schr Lenhl from llannlcl
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Lcahl for Knuai
VESSELS IN PORT.
11 B AI S Pelican, Hope
Gcr bk F 0 Slcbcn, Brulm
Ocr schr Mnry 0 liohm,
Ger bk Ftirst Ilisinnrck, Vnnder Vlng
Ilk Blrmab, 0 II Jonas
Bk Hohlcii, Joycnson
Bktne Geo 0 Perkins, Ackman
Jlktne Consuclo, Cousins
Norwegian bark Aurora, Sutterlaml
llavv brig Allle KoWc, J Phillips, fi
Hongkong, duo Sept 10 to iov 10.
Bol balk Don Xleohis, Ross, from
Poit Townseiid, WT, due July 20-1(1.
NIo bk lUmljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B 0, duo June 25-:i0.
KHBS Mariposa (Am), H M Hay
wuid. from the Colonies, en route to
San Francisco, due July HI.
1U1SS Alameda (Am), II G Morsc
from San Francisco, en route to tho
Colonics, duo Auk 7.
Am bark Catbarion. W II Hubbard,
from San Francisco, due July 211-30.
Am bktne Mary Wlnkclmnii, C Bac
kus, from Sau Francisco, due July
Haw steamship Zcalandla, It van Ote
rendorp, from San Francisco, due Aug
Ger bark Pacific, Oilman, 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 Wikmnn, from
Port Townsend, AV T. due Aug 10-20.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Annum, from Liverpool, due
Am schr Ida Sehnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kauulul, July 20-30.
' CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr I.eahl 200 bags of sugar and 1,100
bags of paddy.
The schooner Mary Foster received a
steam plow from the bark FurstBIs
mark this morning for Lihue planta
The bark Hammouia is anchored off
the Fish Market, being overhauled.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at the rink to-morrow even
ing. . m .
Mr. L. J. Levey's regular cash
t-ales-comes off at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Hit. Luce is moving his liquor
store to the rooms formerly occupied
by tho "Saturday Press."
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co. will
meet at 10 o'clock to-morrow, at the
office of E. Hoflachlaeger & Co.
A complaint is made of noise by
hoodlum yomigsters at Emma Square
on the occasion of band concerts.
Williams' bashful boys, assisted
by young ladies, will dance this even
ing at the Yo8emite rink to good
music and on a slippery floor.
Capt. Louis Ahlborn, manager of
the Grove Ranch Plantation, and
Miss Dora Hahn, of Lihue, enter the
marital bonds at the latter place to
day. . .
To-morrow morning, at 10 o'clock,
there will be a special meeting of the
shareholders of the East Maui Plan
tation Co., at the office of C. Brewer
The work to be done on Messrs.
F. A. Schaefer & Co.'s building is the
erection of a fire wall of brick over
the old wall. Air. Lucas has the con
A Sunday-school convention for
the Island of Kauai will meet in the
native church 'at Lihue to-morrow
and Saturday, and a luaii will be one
of the adjuncts.
The annual examination of St.
Louis College, which began on Alon-
day last, ended this afternoon. The
closing literary exercises will com
mence at 3 o'clock to-morrow after
noon. The steamer W. G. Hall was tele
phoned 20 miles off at 12:45 this
p. m. She is -one day abend of her
regular tinio, so that she may bo
cleaned on the Marine Railway Sat
urday. , . .
The delivery of papers above Bero
tania street towards Nuuanu Valley
and on School and Liliha strcctB will
bo necessarily lato on Friday evening,
owing to tho canier being detained
at tho St. Louis College examination.
AIr. P. Butler wishes to say that
Air. Kibling bus no interest whatever
in the schooner Hammonia. Our re
porter's authority was Air. Kibling,
who openly stated at tho sale Unit lie
was interested to the extent men
tioned. Williams has struck off several
photographs of scones in and about
tho lopor villages of Alolokai, in con
nection with tho legislative visit, also
of tho oxcursionibts on board the
Likelike on that occasion. Tho pic
tures will bo prized us souvenirs of
Lakt evening, between 5 and 0
o'clock, tho sills of tho limekiln, near
the Fish Alarket, were discovered to
be ou lire. By direction of Chief
Engineer Wilson, No. 1 engine, un
der command of Roht. Alore, fore
man, was sent to tho plnco and
quenched tho flames. No alarm was
The criminal sido of the Police
Court docket occupied all this fore
noon and was resumed at 1:30 after
recess of an hour and a hnlf. This
is tho day for civil cases, too, so that
the session will be unusually lengthy.
Cruelly to animals, assault, threaten
ing liuigungo, disoulerly cohduot,
and opium in possession, constituted
the criminal business.
Ykstkhuay His Majesty gave audi
ence to Major Wodehouse, II. B. M.
Commissioner ; Capt. Hope and offi
cers of H. B. M. S. Pelican, and Mr.
T. Haiti AVnlkcr, noting British Vice
Consul, His Majesty was attended
by Their Excellencies Governor
D'oininis and llobcrt J. Creighton,
Minister of Foreign Afliijrs, and Col.
E. V. Purvis, II. M. Vice-Chnmber-lain;
the Governor being attended,
by Major .1. D. Holt, Jr., of his stall".
A lionsn bearing the marks of very
cruel usage was, with its driver,
brought to tho Police Station this
morning. The case will appear in
the day's record. It appears that a
bill to remedy a defect in tho statute
of 188J, which passed third reading
some time ago, has not yet been ap
proved. In consequence of this, the
Court is somewhat handicapped in
dealing with flagrant violations of
tho law for preventing cruelty to
I II.. -Ill I !
While the boys were gossiping nt
the Custom House yesterday after
noon, Mr. Tewksbury said that ho
was 2 years in the Russian Army
during tho year of the Crimean war.
If Mr. Tewksbury is to bo believed
Russia has very short years. While
the talk continued Mr. Collins declar
ed the German language was spoken
more than the English, and to back
his assertion ho said that he had been
on uninhabited islands of the South
where the Gerinnn language was
. m .
The special meeting of the Hono
lulu Rifles last evening was largely
attended. After the reading of the
minutes of the previous meeting
nominations for captain were in
order. No fuithcr nominations being
mnde, Mr. V. V. Ashford and Mr. H.
F. Hebbard were the-only candidates.
Before proceeding to elect a captain,
Mr. Hebbard withdrew from the field
in favor of Mr. Ashford, and -the
latter was unanimously elected cap
tain of the Honolulu Riilcs, by ac
clamation. The report of the new
armory committee was read, and,
after a lengthy discussion, it was
voted that the committee be author
ized to make further investigation
concerning the new armory, and re
port at the meeting next Wednesday
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to tho reliable Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, 88 Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is recognized as the best
in town by .all connoisseurs. 91
Aktists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 80 Gt.
Just received, ex S.S. Australia, a
lot of very small Manila Cigars of ex
tra fine brand. To be had at the
87 Central Cigar Stand.
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
.easc and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
By the steamer Zealandia the Lead
ing Alillinery House of Chus. J.
Fishel has received a fine line of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundred Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers the
genuine article, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Alisses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hiiigloy, Cigar
AIanufactiuT7 at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is propared to fill all
orders at tho 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 tho
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
'Air. Charles Hammer, harness
maker, coiner of King and Fort
streets, mot with a most painful and
distressing accident yesterday after
noon. Air. Hammer, accompanied
by tho officers of the Norwegian
bark lloideu, was returning from a
visit to Lunalilo Home, in a double
team hired from the Fashion Sta
bles. The party came down Pcnsa-
cola street at a lively pace and
while turning into Beretania street
tho wagon struck the railroad track
and upset. The occupants of the
carriage were thrown out and in
jured. The carriage became an
utter wreck, and tho horses after
freeiDg themselves of the harness
ran a short distance and stopped of
their own accord. Air. Hammer,
when the carriage upset, was pre
cipitated to the ground with great
violence. His head struck tho rail
road track, inflicting several severe
injuries. A fearful gash was made
across his forehead just above the
eyes. A piece of the scalp about as
large as the hand was lifted from
the top of his head, exposing the
skull. A kind of membrane be
tween the scalp and cranium, which
adheres closely to the latter, was
not broken except in one place about
tho size of a dollar. Air. Hammer
also received a painful wound on
the left eye.Jbut without impairing
the optic nerve. Air. Hammer was
placed in a carriage and taken home.
Dr. AlcWuyno was sent for and
after washing tho sand from the
wounds stitched them and made tho
patient as comfortable as possible.
There are no internal injuries to
speak of and there is every itulica
cation of tho patient's lecovery.
Mr. Hammer's companions, who
were also thrown from the carriage,
received no serious wounds. Thoy
were gically shaken up, however,
and slightly bruised about the
limbs. Air. Hammer was resting
comfottably this morning.
THE WAIALUA SCHOOL.
On Thursday last the Government
school at Wniulua, Oahu, which is
under the elllcient and painstaking
care of Air. Armstrong Smith, had
its examination and exhibition. The
room was crowded to overflowing
with parents 'and friends of tho pu
pils, evincing a very creditable in
terest in llie educational welfare of
the village by residents. AIr. Smith
is to bo congratulated on the exhi
bit made by his pupils, who mani
fested, especially, a high degree of
proficiency in geograplry and spell
ing. There was a luau given in the
school grounds, at four o'clock, with
an estimated attendance of two
hundred and fifty people. Dr.
John Brodie, of Honolulu, and Airs.
Brodie were there, and the doctor
took some photographic views of the
Tho exhibition came off nt seven
o'clock in the evening, before a fine
audience of nearly four hundred
people. The platform was prettily
decorated with flags, flowers, ferns
and evergreens. A programme of
twenty-two numbers was executed
to the universal delight. The main
piece was a sort of burlesque en
titled, "A Hawaiian in Love," the
principal character being Solomona
Kaululaau personating a native dude.
It was intensely laughable, and was
given enhanced effect in the final
scene by a school chorus, behind the
screen, giving in grand style a well
known native song appropriate to
the play. The hero was arrayed in
top boots and spurs Jwhich with his
other gorgeous apparel produced
a stunning effect. Aliss Halstcad
was organ accompanist of the even
ing, her excellent music being sup
plemented with violins, banjos and
guitars. During the exhibition two
silver medals were presented as first
and second prizes for best attend
ance. The District judge and Rev.
Air. Timoteo delivered speeches.
On departing each child was given a
package of candy.
To the Hon. the Hoard of Trus
tees of Oahu College.
The committee appointed by you
to examine into the condition of the
College and Preparatory School
under your supervision report as
Our opportunities for observing
the quality of the work performed
by the teachers and the consequent
results in the advancement of the
pupils have been so limited that we
are unable to report more than gen
eral impressions. We listened to
recitations in language, science, and
mathematics conducted by the teach
ers generally after the following
plan. Slips of paper, on which one
or two questions had been written,
were distributed indiscriminately
among the different members of the
class. Each pupil was then called
upon in turn to read the questions
found upon his or her slip and
give the answer. The fair infer
ence from an examination conducted
by tliis method is, that if all
answered the questions given them,
each one could have answered the
entire set of question.- We noted
very few failures during tho exer
cises of the day and hence wo con
cluded that all the pupils were well
up in the studies they had pursued
during the term. This means faith
ful, judicious labor on the part of
the teachers and patient industry on
the pait of the pupils. We take
pleasure therefore in reporting, as
the result of our observations, that
this expresses in general terms what
has been the actual expciicnce of
both the Preparatory School und tho
College during the term just closing.
As regards the methods employed
by the different teachers, we find
them to be abreast of the times, and
we therefore congratulate the people
of the Hawaiian Islands that they
have in their midst an institution
which offers to their children oppor
tunities for acquiring a broad, thor
ough and Christian cducittiou.
In addition to the general work of
examining classes your committee
were requested to award prizes for
the best English compositions and
examination papers for the term.
After carefully considering the
different compositions submitted for
our inspection wo have decided
that the first prize for English com
position be awarded to Aliss AIny
Dillingham, and the second piize to
Aliss Lillian L. Lyman ; that Miss
Carrie Green receive the first prize
for tho best set of examination
papers and Aliss Hessie Dickson the
second prize. In addition to these
awards we wish to make honorable
mention of Henry J. Lyman and
Ellen II. Bicknell of tho first year,
Anna AI. Kinney of tho second year,
Lillian L, Lyman of the third year
and Aliss Alay Atheitou and Aliss
Helen Sorenson of tho fourth year
as presenting papers of great mciit.
We also lind that Air. Ladamichi
Tucliichi presented tho best set of
papers from tho Prcparatoiy School
and Aliss Mary Lyle tho second best
and they are entitled to the first
and second prizes respectively,
We also attended the graduating
exercises of the College and are
pleased to report that the essays
read by the two young ladies who
graduated w ere Cully equal, in point of
stylo and bieadth of thought, to
those usually presented on silch
In an institution like the one com
mitted to your care, the teachers
nrc, in a sense, the instruments,
while you are the power that directs
them. Tho Board of Trustees ar
range the cuirlculum and thus out
line the character of the woik to be
done. As a result of our observa
tions during the progress of tho
examinations, and a perusal of the
course of study, we are led to sug
gest that such modifications bo made
that more time can be given to the
study of the English language.
Brute force and physical ngility aie
no longer passports to leadership or
inllucnco in national councils. Ideas
rule the world ; not those lying
dormant, but ideas expressed cither
in speech or on the printed page
with all the energy and grace a
language can bestow. Young ladies
and gentlemen going from this insti
tution, are expected to cany with
them the power which increased
knowledge gives, but in how many
cases will this power be valueless
because it cannot find expression?
A proper studj' of English language
and literature puts a student in
such possession of his faculties that
whatever knowledge he may have
acquired is made available both in
private and public life. We recom
mend, therefore, that the currittiiluin
be so modified that more attention
may be given to this highly import
J. B. AIcChksney,
N. B. Emerson,
C. AI. Hyde.
. Honolulu, Juno 30, 1886.
In addition to the foregoing re
port, written by Air. AlcChcsncy,
the two Trustees appointed ou the
Examining Committee deem it very
desirable that special notice should
be made of the impression made bj'
the exercises, Friday morning, at the
"Bishop Hall of Science." It was
with great satisfaction that the com
mittee listened to the recitations,
and noted the personal examination
required to be made by each student
in regard to the qualities and classi
fication of the specimens submitted
to tbem for investigation and re
port; and, more particularly, the
method followed in the laboratory,
each student testing the chemical
substance assigned for examination
and noting the facts brought out by
systematic analysis, nnd all, with
only a single exception, giving a
correct solution. It was very evi
dent that in the important depart
ments of chemistry and physics,
Oahu College has been put on a
high plane of excellence, as com
pared with other institutions, in the
means and facilities now afforded
for education in the interesting and
increasingly important department
of Physical Science. Some pro
vision should now be made for regu
lar additions to the Cabinet, which
ought at once to have larger collec
tions in its various sections.
N. B. Emerson,
C. AI. Hyde.
Honolulu, July 2, 188G.
Note It is just to say here that
after long and careful consideration
the Board of Trustees, on the 21th
of December, 1885, adopted a cur
riculum which gives to the English
language the position asked for it
by the examining committee. This
revised course provides an English,
and a Preparatory College course,
which will go into full effect next
year, beginning in September.
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
SPECIAL MKETIKU OF TUB TRUsTI'XS-
REPORTS OF THE TRUASURER AND
HOUSK PHYSICIAN ELECTION
The Board of Trustees of the
Queen's Hospital held a special
meeting yesterday afternoon, at the
Chamber of Commerce, the Hon. C.
R. Bishop, Vice President, in the
The Treasurer's annual report up
to Alay 31st, which was read and
accepted, showed a balance of
$1,547.75 due him. The chairman
read a letter from Air. A.
wright, executor of the
testament of Her late
Dowager Queen Emma,
statement or i cuts received on ac
count of the Queen's Hospital from
the lands of the above estate, and
enclosing a check for $2,214.21 for
the same, together with tho different
titles of lands bequeathed to the
Hospital by the will. Tho whole
matter was discussed at same length,
nnd action about this property de
ferred to a special meeting to be
held after the icttirn of the Treas
urer from San Francisco. ,
The election of officers by ballot,
to serve for one year, ending Juno
30, 1887, resulted as follows.
Treasurer, John II. Paty ; Secietary,
F. A. Schaefer; Auditor, W. L.
Green ; Executive Committee, C, R.
Bishop, A. J. Cartwnght, A. S.
Cleghorn, John II. Paty and F. A.
The ViBiting Committee repotted
favorably as to the general condition
of the hospital and grounds. The
game committee was reappointed for
the remainder of the quarterly
period. The Executive Committee
wns authorized to engago a female
nu r so for the Hospital.
The Physician's report was read
and accepted, as follows ;
iirwn i wwmw
Honolulu, Alay 31, 188G.
To the Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital Gentlemen: I "have lliii
honor to submit the following report
for the quarter ending Alay 31,
Tho total number of patients at
present in the Hospital is fiG, viz.:
25 Hawaiians, 17 males, 8 fcninlcs;
7 Chinese, 7 Japanese nnd 17 of
other nationalities ; 30 paying.
The number of admissions during
the quarter was 119, viz.: 32 Ha
waiians, 22 males, 10 females ; 27
Chinese, 11) Japanese nnd 41 of other
Discharged, 113, viz.: 35 Ha
waiians, 21 males, 14 females; 18
Chinese, 20 Japanese nnd 4G of
Deaths, 14. viz.: 2 Hawaiian
males, G Chinese, 2 Japanese nnd 4
of other nationalities.
The causes of death were as fol
lows: Abscess of liver, 1 ; apoplexy,
1 ; beiibcri, 3, cancer, 1; consump
tion, 3 ; disease of heart, 1 ; disease,
of hip joint, 1 ; marasmus, 1 ; typhoid
The highest number of indoor
patients was 80; lowest, 4G; daily
JNtimuer of presenp
Calls at the dispen-
The number of patients trcatcd'at
the Hospital was as follows: Alarcli,
112; April, 109; Alay, !)8.
Physicians and nurses well know
the value of quietness and of cheer
ful words and cheerful faces in a
sick room. Especially should every
thing exciting or depressing be
avoided, on account of their inju
rious effects upon a patient who is
seriously ill. A young physician
who was attending a woman whose
life was tlneatened by typhoid
fever, found at her bedside one
day, tlnee or four neighbors, who
had "run in to see her," and were
expressing their feelings and opi
nions in solemn whispers, as fol
"Aly brother Peter's first wife
was took jest as she is, and she
didn't live but ten days."
"Yes," said another wizen-faced
woman, "and my son's wife's sister
had the same sickness she's got, an'
she died in less than ten days ; yes,
I'm sure it was less than ten days
from the day she took to her bed.
And 1 helped lay her out."
"She aint got a strong constitu
tion anywa'," said another, and
she's less likely to get over it than
though she was more vigorous."
Then an old clone asked:
"What you givin her, doctor?
I smelt an' tasted of it, and it 'pears
like quinine to mo, and if 'tis, you
might jest as well stop it, fer her
sister Ilanner went jest as she's
goin's an' qubitne .didn't do her a
mite of good."
"Have you ever tried a poultice
of biled onions an' mcrlasscs an'
corn-nieal an' red-pepper, in a case
nice nern r" asKeu another woman,
with a pipe in her mouth. "I tried
it on my brother's wife, an' I raly
think it would have got her up if
she hadn't been so for gone 'fore we
heerd of it."
"Jack-oak ashes an' salcratus an'
poke-berry juice is what got me up
when I was down jest as she is,"
"Hadn't her folks over in Green
wood Township better be told how
sick she is?" said one of the first
speakers. "She's got a twin brother
there she thinks a heap of. He'd
hate it awful not to see her if she
But here a lank-looking woman
who had been sitting in the next
room with her apron over her head
began singing in the most unearthly
and cracked voice
" lOh, bury inu deep In the cold, cold
Oh, buiy me deep, oh, bury ino flpep,
Oh, put on my giavo a imine flower,
An' under the w lllev, oh, let ino bleep.' "
The woman died. That neigh
borly consultation would have killed
an' patient with a constitution less
vigorous than Alethuselah's. Y.
Under the title of "A Lesson in
Politeness," the new New York
Times of October 2ith says: Po
liteness has developed to a remark
able degree on one" of tho local
trains running up the Hudson Piver
road. Nearly every employe" on
tho line knows the story. President
Puller came into tho Grand Central
station to take a train, and asked a
lirakcmair: "Is this train for Pough-
kcopsle?" The object of tho ques
tion was to test tho innn's civility.
The hrakeinan did not know him
and nodded his head. Air. Putter
asked the question three times, and
each time received a nod in reply.
Finally, ho inquired : "Have you no
tongue in your head?" The roan
nodded again. Air. Putter obtained
tho name of the man. .Tho brake
man found it out and went to Air.
Putter. "I think 1 made a mis
take," said he. "Yes, I should say
you did," replied Ir. Huttcr; "you
took mo for ono of tho patrons of
the road. Out of tho money re
ceived from pations you receive
your pay. Thoy are entitled to
every courtesy, anil as you cannot
accord it to them I will see to it
that you aru discharged at once."
The man .begged, promised to profit
by the lesson, and said ho had a
mother to support. For the sake of
his mother Air, Ilultcr said ho would
overlook the "mistake," but a repe
tition would result in instant dis
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waii, for Sale.
AN undivided hnlf Interest in H.P.
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Sugar JIM Co. Tho lnml Is magnificent
enno hind, and comprises 22 acres. This
land will be sold reasonable, and pur.
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J. K. WIfEMAN',
80 lw Heal Estate Agent.
East Maui Plantation Co.
THEHE will be a Special Meeting of
X tho btockholdeiB of the East Mnul
I'lnntntinn Co. on SATUKDAY, July III,
18bli, at the olllce ul O. llruwur & Co.,
Honolulu, nt 10 o'clock a.m. Uy order
of the President. P. C. .TONES,
o0 id tfecretnry.
complaints have reached me of
Into from bomu of my customers
that they can put chase llnwnilan-inndc
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
it, I beg to state that 1 hnvo nlttiiys
tinnsacted my business In a fair nnd
strnightforwnul way, charging the some
price to nil alike, nrd selling nt a
moderate iatc; nnd nl the same time I
would inform my customers nnd the
public that from nnd nftur this dale my
price will be $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. KA.WLIKS.
Honolulu Soap AVorks, Leleo, llono
lulu, June 21st. fiO
The White House,
IVo. 118 Nmiunu fcStreet,
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Reasonable. First-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
THE undersigned, having this day
leased to GEORGE CAVANAGH,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Steam Laun
dry, notice is hereby given that the paid
George Cavanngh alone Is lesponslble
for all dolus contracted by the Bidd
George Oavntmgh for tho snld Laundry
from ami after this dnte.
W. C. PARKE,
Assignee of J. F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, June 17.1880. 00
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Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m.
Tho steamer passes along tljo entire
coast of thu'lccwnrd side of llnwtil, nf.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop nt Keidakc
kua Bay, where sufficient time is allow
ed to viiit the Monument, of Capla'n
Tourhts by this route reach Punaluu
nt 5 o'clock on the duy nfter leasing
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by rnilroml to Pallida, thence by stugo
conch to Half.wny House, wheic horbes
and guides will be in attendnucu to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole duy at tho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or ut the olllce of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. a70 Cm
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soiln, Lemonade, Sarraparilla,
Fruit Bjiups and Essences and
mudo fmm the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee to bu tho best.
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Invite parties Intending
t-tnilinir nori'H for
t lie sale of Iced
drinks and wit-hing fountain supplies,
iokcuu on us ueiore going eisewncrc
Tie Crystal Sola Worts,
P. O.M5ojji07, Honolulu.
Blncc cstallldiing our AIlESlon In this
city, wo hnvo frequently been solicited
to prccute larger and more convenient
quarters for worship nnd III hie rluss,
quite a number expressing themselves
as wilting to contribute toward tho
necessary expense. Wo have now se
cured tho bulldiug on Fort stieet, for
merly used as a gymnasium, thus Incur
ring qulto a debt; besides, some changes
uro necessary. Therefore wc would buy
to nil who would esteem, it a privilege to
aid iW in (ho matter, Unit thoy can con.
fer with Mr. N. F. lhirgess, or with the
undersigned. L. A. SCOTT,
74 1m A.LARUE.
MR. B. J. APPLBBY,
TEACHER OF BANJO.
For terms, etiquho it
71 m WLHT, DOW &. CO., Fott Fl.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of G-oods
Received ex Zenlnmlln,
70J Queen it Enrt Street Store. tf
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without;
Going lo Bed.
M. Editoh: While spending n few
days nl the pleasant seaside town f
Aberystwlth, Cardiganshire, Wulis, I
lieanl related what seemed to mu cither
n fabulous Btory or n marvellous cure.
The story was that n poor sullerer w ho
had not been able to lie down in bed lor
six long years, given up lo die by nil the
Doctors, had been speedily emed by
some Patent Medicine. It was ichilcd
with the more implicit conlldence fruiu
the circumstance, ns was said, thai tho
Vicar of Llnuryfetyd wuh familiar villi
the facts, nnd could vouch for the truth
of the leport.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories grow in triuclllng, 1 took
the liberty while at the village of Ll.m.
ryttvd to" call upon the Vicar, the Hev.
T. 1; vmi. J, and to enquire about this
wonderful cine, 'lhouuha total sir in.
ger to him, both he and his wife most
graciously entert.iiiud me in a hnlf
hour's conversation, principally touching
thu case of -Mr. Pugh, in which ihey
teemed lo take a dtep nnd sympathetic
interest, hmiug been familiar with hU
sullerings, and now u'jolce in vniit
seemed lo them n most remarkable cine.
The Vicar remarked that hupicstiuiuil
his name had been connected with the
report fioni his having lucutiouut thn
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llunun. lie. said Mr. Pugh wns lornar
ly u lesidentof their puiish, but was now
living In the parish of Llauiliteinol.
He Miongly ouchcd Mr. Win. Pugli's
character n a lespeclulle fanner m:d
worthy of credit. I left the venerable
Vicar with a livelier sense of the happy
relation of a pastor and people, feeling
Unit lie wns one who truly sympalhii-eit
with all who are ntllictcd in mind, body,
Oa my return to Abeijhlwith, 1 was
impressed w ith n desire to see Mr. Piusli,
whoso reputation stood so high. His
farm is called Pancoin.Muwr, signifying
"above tho dingle," sdluntcd near the
summit of a smooth round hill, out.
looking a beautiful valley in which is
situated thu lovely ivymnutled Chinch
of Lltimluuinoi. 1 lounu .ur. I'ugu,
apparently nboul -10 years old. of nu ilium
height, nilher blight, villinplcnsiiiuaml
intelligent face. I told lilm I htul he: id
of his great ntlliction nnd of hibicmnik
nlilc and nlmost miraculous lulkf, and
that 1 had come to lenrii fiom his own
lips, what there was of truth in tin-re-ports.
Mr. Pugh remarked that his neigh
bors hud taken n kindly and symp
athetic interest in his casu for ninny
years, but of late their interest had Lem
greatly awakened by a happy change hi
his condition. What you report ns hnv.
iug lieanl abroad, taiil he, is subitum,
hilly true, with one exception. I never
understood that my case wn ever gheu
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have been treated by tcvcsnl Ductni'i
heie.ibouts, as good ns any in 'Wales, but
unfortunately no prociiptton of ilulrs
ever bi ought lliu desired relief. -
uitioeii ycais ago, nu sain, l nut oc
eanic conscious ol a sour mid deranged
stomach mid lots of appetite, which '.In;
Doctors told mo w us Dyspepsia. 'What
food I could hold in my bio much seem
ed to do mc no good and was ofun
tlnown up with painful retchings. This
was followed after a lime with it hnaue
nesa and a raw soreness of the tlno.ti
which the Doctors called bKiticliil!,
and I was treated for that, but with
little success. Then cuiiiu shortcc of
brenth nnd a sense of sullbculion, c u
ciully nigh is, with chiuuny sweat, anil 1
would have to get out of bed and some
times open a door or window In winter
weather to till my lungs with tho cold
About six ycuis ago I became n had
that I could not sleep in bed, but had to
tnko my unquiet rest nnd dreamy sleep
sitting in nu ntmcliiiir. Aly ullllriinu
seemed to bo workiug downward into
my bowels ns well as upwards into my
lungs and throat. In tho violent cough,
ing spasms which gruw nioro frcquVnt,
my abdomen woulucpuud und eollnpsct
und nt times it would he-em that 1 should
sutrocate. All this time Iwns minced
in strength so that I could perfcim no
liurd labor nnd my spirits wcri conse
quently much dcpressKi.
Early in this lust spring I had n still
more bevere tpasmedic attack, ami my
family and neighbors became alarmed,
believing that certainly 1 wouldlioi tur
vive, when u neighbor, who had t-oino
knowledge', or hud heard of the nidi
ci ne, sent to Aberystwlth by thu dilvi-r
of the Omnilms Post, somu seven mllis
distant, und fetched u bottle of Mother
Beigul's Curative Syrup.
Tills me'dicinu tlu-y iidiniiiihliTef 10
me according to tho directions, when to
their surprise and delight no less than
my own, the spasm ceased. I became in
ease, und my biomiich was calmed. My
bowels weic moved ns by a gentle
cathartic, mid 1 fell a sense of quiet
comfort nil thiough Mich us I hnd not
before realized In many years. I could
walk ntoilnd tho house and brcathu
comfortably in n few- bonis after I had
taken the medicine. 1 lino continual
to tnko thu medicine dally now for
something over two months, and 1 can
Ho down anil sleep bweotly ut nights
and huve not since had n recurieiice of
those terrible spasms and sweatings. I
have been so long broken dow n nnd re
duced in my whole system that 1 h.ivu
not trle'd to perform nny very haul out
door labor, deeming it best to be pru
dent lest by over.cxcrtion I may do my.
bdf Injury before my strength is fully
restored. I feel that my stomach nnd
bowels huvo been and uro buiug tlior
oiighly renovated and renewed liy thu
nitdiciuc. Iu fact 1 feel like a new
man. 1 have been much congratulated by
my nelehbors, especially by tho good
Vicar of Llnnrystyd, who with his sym
pathetic wifo have como thrco miles to
shed tear of joy ou my recovery.
I bade Air. Pugh good.byc, happy that
even ono nt least uiiioug thousands hud
found u remedy for an aggravating 1II5.
believing this remarkable can- qf
Dyspeptic Asthma should be kmiwnto
thu public, t beg to bubmlt ihe nuove
fuels ns thoy are related to 1110.
200 It wly P. T, W.
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