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TUESDAY, AUGUST a, 1RR0.
Schr Waloll fiom Kuan
Stuir Klnnu for wlndwatd ports nt i
Stinr WO Hull for Lahalna. Maatoea,
Kotia mid Kau nt 10 a in
Stinr Iwnlanl for Kauai at 5 p in
Stinr KUniica Hon for windward ports
nt 4 m
Schr Wnllclo for lala
Schr Ehukal for Walnlna
Bk Holdcn for Puget Sound
Sclir Hob Hoy for Koolau
Schr Kawalhinl for Koolau
Schr Nettle Men HI for Lahalua
II B M S Pelican for Southern Islands
VESSELS IN PORT.
II B 31 S Pelican, Hopo
Ger bk F 0 Sleben, Brulin
Ger suhr Mary 0 Uohm,
Ger bk Furst iilsmatck, Vauder Vlng
Bk Blrninh, 0 II Jonas
Bk Iloldeu, Joycnsou
Bktnc Geo 0 l'cikins, Ackman
Hktne Consuclo, Cousins
Norwegian bark Amorn, Suttcrland
Haw brig Alllc Kowe, J Phillips?, f l om
Hongkong, duo Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Bol baik Don Nicolas, Boss, from
Port Townsend, W T, due July 20-1(1.
Nlo bk Klmijio, llowaid, fiom De
parture Bay, B r, duo June 25-30.
it M S S Alameda (Am), II G Morse,
fiom San Francisco, en unite to the
Colonies, due Ana 7.
Am bark Caibarlen. W II Hubbard,
from San Francisco, due July 23-30.
Am bktue Mary Witikelmau, C Bac
kus, f loin San Francisco, due July
Haw steamship Zcalaudla, R van Ote
rendorp, from San Fiancisco, due Aug
Ger bark Pacific, Oltinan, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, fiomPoit Town
send, W T, due Aug 1-11.
Am tern Eva. 3 O Wlktnan, from
PoitTownseud, W 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 Amaua, fiom Liverpool, due
Am scbr Ida Schuauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahului, July 20-30.
For Kahului, liana and Kalawao, per
stinr Likelike, Aug 2 Hon S G Wilder.
r N Makee, II Long, Misses Walker
(2), Misses Lishman (2), B V Meyer,
A Meyer, Miss Bertha Meer, P Meyer,
Mrs b F Graham and Infant, Prof W F
Fiear, A L Smith, Miss Dillingham,
Mr Weight and family. B J Weight,
Bro Germain, Masteis Ulysses and Eli
Jones, Miss Spooner, and about 05
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, Aug 3 For the Volcano: Mr
Spitz and wife. For other places : Wm
Foster, II Cooper, E Doyle, Mrs Blch-
nd daughter, MisM.ihoe, Mr
J S Martin, J S DeShay,
n and daugutcr, Mrs Joues
, a Portuguaso family, 2 boys
i Ex W M Gibson, 2 Chiuese
Lehua will receive a new and
,er foicmast. Her mainmast will
.en out and leplaced by another.
.ie 1 1 H N Co's new steamer is ex-
cted to sail from San Francisco for
lis port next Satin day.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Pelican will probably sail to-
"Citizen" will please give liis real
name in confidence.
The King paid a visit to H. B. M.
S. Pelican yesterday morning.
Mb. L. J. Lovoy has a special Bale
of jewelry to-moirow morning at 10
A new foremast is to be put in the
Wilder steamship Lehua by Messrs.
Serenson & Lyle.
Lodge Le Progres do l'Oceanie,
No. 124, F. & A. M., meets to-morrow
evening, in the thiid degice.
Mn. Eodgers, boat-builder at San
Francisco, is building two boats for
liis Majebty, and one for the Hono
lulu Yacht & Boat Club.
The Royal Hawaiian Band gave a
concert, complimentary to the Cap
tain nnd oiticers of the Pelican, at
the Hawaiian Hotel, last night.
Mub. Dominis, Sen,, mother of
Governor Dominis, is holding a birth
day reception at her residence,
Washington Place, Beretania street,
this afternoon, between threo and
The members of tho Liliuokaluni
Educational Society meet for busi
ness at i o'clock this afternoon, ut
tho Falama residence of Princess
Liliuokalaui, Tho business meeting
will bo followed at 0 o'clock by u
sociable, ut which, in addition to
members, friends of tho socioty will
Judging from tho confab held in
front of Nolto's this noon by several
members of tho Hawaii and Benedict
baseball clubs next Satuiday's game
is rather dubious, Wall says ho will
not play and tho Benedict aro not
willing to play without him. Tho
Hawaii say "never mind Wall," and
to tho matter rests,
The trial of Tung Seo, for assault
with a firearm, was begun in tho
Police Court this forenoon, but sus
pended owing to Justico Bickeiton
being called away to a case in Su
premo (Joint Chambers, It appears
that two natives had their legs
peppered with i ice-bird shot from
tho Chinaman'H gun,
Edwin II. Dimondwho shot Ah
Leong in mistake for a thief, was
arraigned for manslaughter, second
Ucgreo, In tho Tollce Court thli worn
lug, Mr. Dole niipcnred fur him,
nnd, examination being waived, lie
wim committed for trial lo the Octo
ber term of the Supremo Court. Mr.
Henry Wiitetliniifo is Mticty for him
Inn horn of $1,000.
Foti tlio last eight months n col
ored mini, Powell by natiio, Iiiib been
building n yacht on Queen fetieot,
beyond South. Powell though mi
iitexpciicnccd boat builder, is doing
well, llo works at tho vessel nearly
every evening and has almost com
pleted tho tusk. Tho yacht will bo a
little larger than Mr. L. Wilcox's,
and being very sharp at the bow it
may be a ripper.
Mit. Jns. Williams, photographer,
has been appointed agent for Wild
er's Steamship Co.'s route to the
Volcano, Mr. Williams is zealously
working up an exclusion party of -10
or 50 persons for the Volcano in
about live weeks. Tho party will be
composed of piominent people of this
city. Hilo will bo visited and prob
ably Hulcakala, if arrangements can
be mado for scaling that mountain.
Of course, the Volcano will bo the
principal object of the excursion.
The Hawaiian Rowing Association
held their annual meeting last even
ing, at the Custom House. His
Majesty the King, President, being
absent, Mr. Clms. B. Wilson presided.
The Honolulu Boat Club and tho
Myrtles were fully represented at tho
meeting, while the Iwalani Club was
repiesented by only ono delegate
and tho Kaiulani Club was unrepre
sented. The election of officers did
not lake place. After reading tho
reports of Secretary and Treasurer,
the meeting adjourned subject to the
call of the president.
About 5 o'clock last evening an
alarm of lire was lung. The fire,
which was n diminutive one, was on
School street, west of the new bridge,
and near the residence of Mr. Still
man. It occurred in the basement
of a small native cottage, and was
started by a small boy in some hay
that was stored there. Neighbors
were numerous and willing, and suc
ceeded in extinguishing the flames
before they had done much destruc
tion. The spoiling of a little hay
and the charting of a little lattice
work was about all the ( damage
Master Horace Tregloan, a lad of
13 years and son of Mr. H. S. Treg
loan, was knocked down on Hotel
btieet yesterday afternoon, by a na
tive on horseback. It was at the
time tho fire bell struck the accident
happened. Young Tregloan was
crossing the road in front of Mr.
McCarthy's billiard saloon, when lie
was struck on tho .shoulder and
thrown to the ground by a prancing
horse. He was picked up immediate
ly and taken into McCarthy's. Then
placed in n carriage and taken home.
Medical assistance was called for,
and after an examination it was
found that no bones were broken, but
jus spmo was injured. This morn
ing master Horace was not able to
stand up, and it is feared that the
injury is greater than at first sus
pected. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
rcgilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
For fine Ico Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to tho reliable Elite Ico
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is recognized as the best
in town'by all connoisseurs. 91
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benbon Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, whoro ho is propaied to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Ibland orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forgot tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
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ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE.
A man married in Honolulu a
good while ago, and his wife died
some time after beat ing him u son.
He left the country and after an
absence of a few years returned.
Marrying a second wife he raised a
new family. During the- progress
of the leeent St. Louis College ex
aminations, this father lieaul hls
children refer to a certain school
mute, a young lad, by name. Tho
latter struck him in a peculiar way,
nnd he enquired partjuulaily after
its bearer. In short, he showed
so much interest in the youth as
to -go (o the examination next
day and obtain an interview with
him. Asking the boy his name and
receiving tho same answer as from
his children, ho fuither enquired of
him where his father was. The lad,
who was about as big as the man,
replied that his father had gone nway
and he did not know where he was.
Further conversation left no doubt
that a father had found a son, and a
son a lather, who had given each
other up for lost.
THE ELECTRIC LICHT.
Mr. C. O. Berger informs our
reporter that his scheme of clectrio
lighting, under the pending charter
befoie tlio Legislature, contemplates
fifty lights of 2,000 candle power
each, for lighting the streets. He
has in his olllco a plan of the city,
with each light maiked on it. Tho
arrangement of tho lights is as
advantageous as could be devised
for tlio nutnlrcr. They would tin
doulitcdly nlvt! n vast Imrenfee In
the body of Illumination, ovei thu
present gnollue lamps. Tlio cst
is ehlhnnU'tl as only 8!),000 per
nuniini above that of the present
iiietlind. ll would ho vwutb while
for icftidoiits to suile-eiilio I III- dlffei
eucc for thu huI.u ol the enhanced
illumination, piovided the Govern
ment is ton reduced In oiiciunstaiiecs
to undeilake the Inoicnsoil cxpuiidl
tuie. Mr. Heiger is conlldent thai
incandescent lights for houses mid
stores can be supplied at rates
which will make them speedily
supersede the more dangerous mid
fitful gasoline. In reply to a ques
tion, he said thcic was no piesont
prospect of securing water power
for the system. His engineer has
been examining points in the en
virons of the city, to find the most
suitable focus for .shedding u sliong
volume of light over the town, sup
plementary to the street lamps. A
very good point of vmitagc for this
purpose has been selected, but this
will not be included in the system
without satislnctory test. The capi
tal is till subset ibed, by some of the
most substantial men of wealth in
the eity, so that Mr. Beiger's com
pany is ready to go to work when
ever the bill leceives the royal
assent. According to the bill the
erection of the works must begin
within six months, and be ready for
service within one year, from tlio
time at which the Kites me estab
lished by the King in Pi ivy Council.
A HILO WEDOINC.
No other place in the world can
show just such a leading club or
lltcraiy society as that which meets
from week to week at Mrs. Sever
ance's in Hilo. About twenty or
thirty young people assemble every
Friday evening for the study of
popular literature. One author is
taken up each inoulh, nnd as much
is learned of liis life and writings as
is possible in that time. Very little
attention is given to what others
have said of the authors' writing..
Each evening is spent chiefly in
reading from the author under con
sideration. Two or three pii ces t
music, together with a recitation
and a tableau, give the usual
variety to the evenings enteiinin
ment. Good-will is a mantle which
covers all defects when uu exercise
is not satisfactory in itself. But in
nearly eveiy case the exeicise com
mends itself. The club has scarcely
any founal oiganization and is not
troubled with by-law, uilcs of
order, motions, resolutions, or any
thing of that kind. Yet till goes on
so smoothly and pleasantly that the
whole affair secins like a dream of
Tennyson was the author for July,
but Friday evening the 23rd was a
Scott evening. At least that was
the occasion chosen by Miss Emma
Clark and Mr. John' A. Scott to
demonstiate the interesting paradox
of ljl 1. The ceicmnny was per
formed by the Rev. E. P.-Baker,
pastor of Hilo Foieign Church. Tin
exercises of the evening were other
wise somewhat varied from the usual
programme. A Honolulu music
teacher who enjoys n wide i epila
tion for her willingness to give
others pleasure at her own expense,
rendered highly appreciattd assist
ance on this occasion. And local
singers show ed that extra piepura
tion had been made for the occa
sion. A Dream of Fair Women
furnished the reading for the even
ing. Interspersed were tableaux
representative of the poet's heioiues.
Helen of Troy and Iphegenia, Jep
tba's daughter, the devoted Princess
Eleanor, and the sad Queen Mar
garet mourning the murder of her
citizen father, Fair Rosamond, the
beautiful Queen Cleopatra and the
horoic Joan of Aic, each presenting
a new scene of beauty, followed
each other wilh such bewildering
rapidity as to make the spectator
half distrust his senses and fancy he
had been in a dicam of his own of
fair women. "Unique," was the
comment of a visitor upon the even
ing, "unique and beautiful." Beau
tiful indeed! Characteristic floial
decorations, handsome bridal pre
sents, wedding cake which would
make the most coufiimed bachelor
dream (if he ale much of it), and ti
profusion of good wishes and kindly
feelings added to the general enjoy
ment of the evening and helped to
make it one long to be lemembeied.
THE SUNDAY QUESTION.
CHAIU1E OF CHIEF JUSTICE JUDD TN
THE KINO VS. AH SIX.
Supremo Court of the. Hawaiian
Islands, July Tenn, 1880.
Rex vs. Ah Mu et ul. The Chief
Justico charged the Juiy as fol
lows: Gentlemen of the. Jury; Agieat
deal has been suid in our local news
papers, in the Legislature fiom time
to time, ami in convolutions among
citizens to the effect that our
"Sunday laws" are severe, illiberal
and obsolete. I think our statute
upon this subject is misunderstood
and misintciprctcd. Seo. 2 of the
35th Chapter of tho Penal Code
reads: "Tho Lord's day is taboo:
All worldly business, amusements
and leci cation aie fnihlddeu on that
duy ; and who ever shall keep open
his shop, stoic, waiehotisu oi work
shop, or bhall do any manner of
labor, business or woik except only
works of necessity and chanty, or
be piescut at any dancing, public
amiit.cmcuts, show or enteitaiiiinent,
or take pail in any game, spoil or
play on the Loiu's day, felmll bo
punished hv flnc not oxecodltiR ten
You will tee Hint though ninu'c
metits nnd tceientlnn are lm bidden.
then is no penally pn-cilbed for
nuy lndulgi nee in uieie leciealion
and niiiii-'ciiicuts, such as n drive t
Wiilkiki (a suggested by counsel
for ill fondant) lm the niniiseinotit
must pin take of a public uluirncit r
to be punishable. "Shows, enter
tainments, games mid sports," mid
the like, are pnnishnble imdoiiblcdh ,
because they would Interim o with
the quiet anil repose whiih nil pu
sons aic entitled to enjoy on that
day. But in the case before jou,
you need not diseusrthc law as ic
c.nrd3 amusements for the defendants
aie accused of a violation of the law
by doing manual labor on Sunday,
to wit, irrigating sugar-cane on the
Waianne Plantation on Sunday the i
25th April, 188G. The law say that
"works of necessity aie excepted."
These may lawfully be done on titin
day. Now, some say that as hi cad,
meat, milk and other necessaiy
ai tides of food aie piepaied and
distributed lo consuineis on Sunday,
the whole community breaks the
law. 1 do not think so. These
domestic operations, if they must he
pcrfoimcd each day, would be neces
sary ; if they are. indispensable lo
the healtli and comfoit of the com
munity. So in our cliinale the using
of lioracs and carriages as means nl
conveyance may well be considcied
necessary. I do not concede that
the law should be openly disregarded
on the plea that eveiy member ol
the community is in one way oi
another a "Sabbath breaker." It
is not well in a law to enter into
particuhtis, for when there is an
enumeration what is left out of the
same class is cousideted to be ex
cluded. If certain specified tradis
as of butchers, dairymen, and
apothecaries were specially excepted
in the Sunday law, then other tiades
equally essential to the health of the
community, as of bakers, would be
excluded as not being specifically
mentioned. In my opinion, though
not a law-maker, it is better to leave
Hie law as it is, and leavo what may
fairly be considered "woiks of
neie&sity or charity" to be con
sliucd by the Courts. It must com
mend itself lo the good sense of
every one lh.it when a lire breaks
out, the woik of subduing it is a
work of necessity and excusable
under the law. So whin, b a sud
den and uncpectul storm, piopcity
is in danger of loss from exposuie,
it should be piott etui and such woik
is excusable. On a plantation, if a
sudden fieshet of watei should tear
through the fields it would be pioper
to call the labou-is out and nun the
water off. 'Ihcse aic clear cases.
It would be impossible to dellue
every case of necessity. We have
many repoited eases wheie (outts
with a law almost identical with ours
have held, for instance, Unit woik
done on Sunday in repairing damage
to a public highway then discoveicd
is a woik of neicssity. the case h
Flagg vs. Inhabitants -of Millhury,
4 Cushing, 213, and the Com t say:
"By the woid 'necessity' in the i.
eeption we are not to undei stand a
phbical and absolute necessity; bin
a moral fitness or propriety, ut Hie
work and labor done, under the cii
cunistunccs of any particular ease,
may well be deemed 'ncce'ily' with
in the statute. Now, when a defect
in the highway is discoveicd on the
Lord's day, which may cndmigei
the limbs and lives of tiavellers, it
is not only morally fit and piopci
that it should be immediately re
paiicd, but it is the impciative duty
of the town, which is hound to keep
Hie highway in repair, to cause so
to bo done, or to adopt means to
guard against the danger until it
can be done, and work and labor
done for this puiposc is no violation
of tiie law, or of religious duty."
(Other cases were quoted by the
Tho experience of the woild for
ages has shown that mankind needs
one iky In seven as a day of rest.
A wi-o man has said that, "The
libel ty of icst for each depends upon
a law of rest for all." In order that
all, and especially the laboring luau,
may have one day for rest, these
Sunday laws are enacted in nemly
all Christian and civilized commu
nities, und when they aie once
broken down by any one class the
competition of labor is such that
Sunday no longer becomes a day of
i est for any.
It is, as have said, difficult to
detlno every case of necessity ; this
must be left to the Jtuy as each case
arises. But a "necessity' in tho
law is not one cioated by tho paily
himself. In the cane befoie us the
Sunday labor was irrigating cane,
and the defense say this was neces
Miiy because llio Held of cane which
had lo lm iuigalcd lay tlio other side
of a raihnad tiack upon which cars
used in hauling cane to tho mill wero
run eveiy week day, and as the
Hume, which was used to inn the
water in, had to bo placed across the
truck it obsti noted it so that water
could not be llnnied while the tiaiu
was iu lining. Now tho defense say
the lailroad track was in a cut a
foot and n half below the lcel of
the adjoining enne fields; this cut
was deemed iiecesmry (in order to
have a convenient guide, by tho en
gineers who laid out the load). Thu
manager of the plantation s-i s the
water could not be conducted under
the. track in an open ditch hi cause
it would loosen the soil and endan
ger the track, that ho had not tried
a eemcntid stone ctilveil lxc.uisu ho
thought it would fill up willi dill,
and the field to be irrig.itul was too
low the culvuit or a pipe would not
l1lu'i' the water high cnotish to be
iied en tlio Q. Id. in answer to a
iiii-Mi i win tin i the n'cr could be
tnk ti nl n hlghei level across the
mil (nil track in n flinne on ticsile
woik he mil It would le liable to
iji me dim ii and n-oii'd be exjicnshe.
So, iitltHiirii, il ymi believe this
on wctk ln,, nVcutic the train
inns on ihosi dn, and the train
has lo I tin liecmio Ihcic was a
di ought and cane has to be taken
off. If you find only a "necessity"
whtih couhl be avoided by the cx
eicise of lea-onublo skill nnd fore
sight, and it is n "necessity" of the
defendants' own creating, it Is not
suih a necessity as the law allows.
Much 1ms been said by the wil-nes-is
for the delense of u pcneral
diouglit in the dUliiit of Waianae.
This would not be a stilllcicut i casein
lor woikiug on Sunday and for not
stopping tlio lailioad on a week day
It would Hun be only n question of
not making as much money by not
working on Sunday us by working
on this day. This philosophy would
allow any one under the plea of "a
necessity to make moio money,'' to
open his shop on Sunday and sell
The icligious phase of tlio Sunday
question is not laisul in this case.
People cannot be made religions by
act of the Legislature nor compelled
logo to chinch by law. The only
question for you to consider is
whether you (hid from tho facts of
this cao a "necessity" to save
valuable pi opeily fioin niin, which
the use of ordinary piudeucc and
skill would not have pi evented. If
you do 3011 may acquit the defend
ants. The defendants were acquitted by
the Juiy, two dissenting.
Negotiations between France and
England lor nuidilicatious of tho
New Uebiidis Islands Convention
arc appiom hn ga mutual y satisfac
The Denver and llio Gi.iude Rail
way was sold foi y..r),0OU,(!O0ai Den
ver leeeutly. This eumpaiiy is to lie
leoigauiedniid William S Jackson
will bo made President.
Tho Spur isli Gov eminent has re
pealed the tax, which lias existed
since 1870, of ten cents on every
package of merchandise shipped
from an American to a Spanish port.
Charles Sciibnui's Sous pmposo
to issue nbout January, 1887. ilie
first number of a new iliusti.ited
magazine, to be called Sun'tmi'i'ti
ulagazhie, with E. L. Biiil'minine
Tlio Petaluma, G'a., ('onvtei
calls on tho Pioliibitionisi.s to nom
inate a full State ticket this ear.
If tlio Piohibitionibth gut. heat, it
says, they 'will have the sitisfiiuiiou
of knowing that thoy did what they
could to elect a good Democratic
The White House,
IVo. 11H is'uuniiti HI root,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private l'miuly Hotel; Tltiih Benson,
alile; I'list-cl.!"-. .Ucoiniiiodiulmis.
Jilt-. J. VIiniJt.Y. Viorniuic.
Mn. E. J. API'MTJIY,
1-' a lernifi. cnmim- 111
71 in "'1 ST, D iV & Of)., KmtSt.
lackfeld & Oo.
Have jutt Iieccheil, by the
" FUKST IJIS3IAH(JK,
Xull .AN:-orimeuL ol
Beers, Wines aM Liprs,
St- Pauli Beer.
A Spleinllil Line of
Dry Goods- Clothing,
1 htei Pieces ami Tiller Tivis Cloth,
Siijr 1 in il (ml uif, nil ri7i"ii
llLinp'lwiin,lj-.l imlzeu FmcuWire,
with l"itli T nt. , llflMnnil Spikes,
l'uiiliiiil (.'uncut, full weight,
ItyO'inirJj' .ie , Itiivtinti Clgiirf,
Anuuiliei cf iiu nuieli.f ivorul
wilh a largo ipimil'iy of the 1110 t popu.
YELLOVy SHEATHING METAL
Also, Swedish Mntnl is, OioeLtry,
01 tf) Etc.. 1:1c
Klnco csttil Haling our M It-Ion In this
city, wo Juiu frequently l ecu lollcited
to preeiuo larger uml inoie convenient
ipiartcrs for wimhlp ami IIHU itf,
ipiito it number expressing Uii'imclvcs
as willliu; to contribute tomml the
neccFMry expense. Wo have now he
euruil tint building on l-'ort t-tiect, lot.
nieily usul as a gjiniinsliim, thus Incur
ting qului a debt; IichiiIch, hhiui change
aro n!iiry. '1 hen foio wo would my
to all wlio would o&Uun it apilvllego to
aid u in ilj' uiMtur, ihai tin ct.it eon.
fei whli Mr. N.I' liurgs, 01 with tho
uiiou-.euiid. h. A Sf'(.Tl
14 ImJ 'l.LAhUt:.
Wine and Spirit
X JE I-tOJhCAuN rJP i
23 Nun a 1111 Si., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lachman &Co.'s California Wines,
John Kvnhbw't. No. 1 Bluntly,
J. I'ellison's 7 and 10 year-old Biandy, .
J. J. StclchcrVEkpliaiit" Gin,
11. w. smi iu & co.'a
"TMsllB Dew" Wiisley,
Coatcs & Co.'s Tlvnioiuli" Gin, etc.
A FCI.Ii LISU of-iiii:
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, W ines,
sr-ii:iit, i.ujuKuns, i.tc,
constantly on hand mid fur sale at tin
Orders filled piomptly a,nd all Goods
P. 0. Tox 362. Eoth Tel., No. 46.
Crystal Soda forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Pndn, Lemonade, PartapnrlH'i,
Fruit bviups ami Iv-m-iiccm mid
made from the pur Apple, nil of which
wo guaiautee to bo the Le-Jt.
tt Wo also invite parties Intending
Marling stores for tlio Mile- ol Iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
tokcall on us before' going elsewhere-.
Tie Crjstal Sofia Works,
P. O. Box .107, nont-lnlu.
Inter-Island S. I Co.,
Tlie JBest JRonle
to tlio World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'llio new and tiiuiieh
Steamer W. G. Hal!
Leave Honolulu nl )0 o'cln) k .v M. on
Friday, Align t 1 III..
The Me-iiucr piuce alone the i-nlini
ci at of Hie I iiwiird aide of Il.iw II, af.
fonilnjt loiirblH it panorama of charm.
Intf M.cner.i, and will stop at JCeiilnke.
loin Day. nlioru Millh-Ient time Ik allow,
id ti vi-lt 1I10 M nurncnl of Captain
TouilvtBby this 1 onto reach Punaluu
it f o'clock cm llio day after leaving
Hoik lulu, being only ono night cm the
ves-el. making llio entire passage In
cniooth water. At Punaluu there Is tlio
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
mill from Ihu'ii inuriMnwil) lo convened
liy rallroa I to l'ulialn. thence by fctiige
10110I1 to ll ill 'vny Iloiife, whero horms
nnd .Mild.', will ho iu attcadance to con.
Vi-V lhein 10 the Voh-niio.
Tourist will luiuj two nights and one
who'o day ut thu Volcano Jloiibo.
Ticket for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all ezpentos.
Apply to I1AHRV .Villi JTAQV3.
Acnt, i.t S illUma' Plioiogrtip'j Gallery,
Foil fetrcol, or tu (hi eflk-e of tho 1. 1 S
N. Co., Ltpluuadc. a'.O Oui
Til.-, i.ii'l- -v .in..' I . tpii. 1 t
JL nii -in i-:u o 1 1
, Ferns of tho Hawaiian k'Ffit.
lt ! o1i,YiP lit!.
I'omjkh'U' 'o't. tioiiM t
, Kll UIIThiiCIu .0,1. Ul , ."U
I piepnllll O nlc ti V I 111 . ' I
Ulhln I'liliM' lifil 1 , . Ii r. i v
runt" lied iiihti ii-ipnuni (mM 1 .
plant (.idle) tton unbi-e j 11
to til viiricttc-, elci'iutlv m -uii .1
decorated with n-K..,.. In hen' arc1 i .
weeds peculiar to tin-1 Inud nlwtv . 1
Intuitu Mu r. Kl--; llio.. ArtBtoic,
Fort Street, Honolulu
. IfiUl.N SPOHEfti.
Packages of 'he Bporcj of all varlrtlrs
of ferns found In the group fur ual.
Thc-c packages are guiirantr u to c-on.nt
fresh spore and an iec'irci' 1 ut up m
accurately i.nintil. I'ib.L per pi-ekct J
Pamphlet cfintidtiiiif; p.irt! uhir 1
reference to living plnut, with a cat 1.
loiruo of thu ferns rrtalled to my riblu
within the 1'osu.l Unicn uptiii I'ecuipl 1
6 cent M.imp. Acidic,
F L CIiAHKi:,
87 Honolulu. O..1111, II. I
A Woman's Sifeiiif an
A Volco li-om V.isl rla.
Nonr the village or ZIlHngdotf, in
Lowei Austria, live Maiie ll.uf, a: it
telligenl mnl indu'tiimis, w'oiu.iii, w.ho c
otiiiy cf pin ileal Millet ing r.iiil Hunl 1
lief, as related by herself, N of inte-e t
toFngli-h women. "I was oinp'ojed "
she Mijh, " iu the work of a laiuu i.in. -home.
Ovcr.work (nought on n '
headache, followed by a dcntlih fail '
lug atid sickness of the stomach," uuti1
wu unable to retain either food r
drink. I was c nipelled to take to n
bed for several weeks-. Getting a li'tie
better from rest nnd cpilet, I sought 1
do some work, but was soon taken i h
a pain In my side, which in a Ii1'.)
while seemed to nprrad over my win .
bodv, and throbtcd In my cveiv linn
'llila was followed by a cough 1.1 I
dinrtnc-'S of lucutli, utiitl tlnully"! co' l
not now, and 1 tool: tn mj lied fori"'
-ic-oiid, nnd, n I thnnglii, lor the t
time. My 1 tii-nds told o thai tnj u 1.
had 1 em ly conic, -ind that 1 coi'ln ' it
live- longer than when tho tieeb pui a
their green riieeuiorc. Then Llmiji 1.
eil lo jn.1 ono of tlio cigcl p.uiiuh
1 read It, and in) dear mother hot it
mc a Lottie of Si igil'- Syiup, win.
took exactly aceoidlui; to uirtei, ,
.Hid 1 had not taken the v. h"tl ot i
line I felt a fjuat tl.aiip- fir iho Lr" r
My last illnc-r- ijej.au June ,l!S.'. '. d
(ouiiiiiiid to AuiuF '.'Hi, -.Iliti ll. 11
10 takn the Kyi up. Vi rj ou I ci.' d
do a little 1 ght work. Tl.e . oviuli ! r
me, 'Hid I was no uv 11 liiicA)- u
b entiling. .o I 11 111 pirfei Ij i
Ai.cl 0I1, how happy I am ' I 1 ant 1 1
lies- gtatitu'. u enough fc- m. -i
S nip. Nov 1 must 111 jou 'but
do to t. iu out dbliii t dUliiliuicd 1
WW I ciiutitffiiug pcoplt- Hgainst
nmiiiiiu, tcllinj.' tlitm it w-oiilc do'
110 good, a i.d 11.11113' "ere there hy h ).
eucei! to . u-ir tlie heigcl p!iui'l; i;
but now, wiic-:ew me is to be Ion- ic
!" Kept IIko rein '1 lie lew pre-. d
nro lionov.it! m ru.d, and llano .11
mini. I or mxiiuIc moiind our dith .1.
People havu come eighteen milts ti et
ine'to buy the medicine for them, ki w.
ing thai il cured me, and to lie sui to
get the right kind. I known woe '.11
who wub looking like death, aii'i 10
told them there was no help fur r,
that (.lie lud consu'tul i-everul dot ,
but none ciuld help he:. L told In 1 of
Scigel's isyiuj), and v. rote the p -ie
iliivxn for "her that Mie inigllt raaUt 10
mibti-.Uo. She took niv tunle.i aim ho
byrup, aad now she isn peilirtlu Ii,
iii.tl liie ;eople atuual us i:c- d.
The medicine, hnf inidc .lwil pr s
iu our neighb' iho"i. iiiai jj'Opli 113'
they don't vnnt llio doeiur uny v e-,
but they take the 3 1 i. S''Uicisi 111
gout who ueie eoiiunetl In f hell lud 1 id
could hardly move a Jiiiecr, hn.e u
cured bv it. '1 hero U a j,nl In 0111 is
trict who caught a cold by g. ug
through tuiiio water, unci wu- 111 hit vo
years with ciisiivc-iic-s and rluuu. 'ic
puins, and had 10 have 'in atundai to
waich b3' her. Time was nut u it. ' or
in the surrounding dUtiteu In v L m
iicr mctlier had uot n iIki1 to re 1 vo
her child, Imtcviry one cios-id tl 111.
selves and t.iid they cnuld not lielp 1 or.
Whenever the Utile hell rang win. ti iu
rung In our place when MiimU'th i
dead, ve thougut surely it v.i.s fur1 er,
but Scigel'a byil.p ul.U Pilta sa,vei ie-r
life, aim now the is a henllliy .i j3'.
body, goe to chinelt, anil can , uk
even in the fleldn. Kveivbmly v.i ns.
iriiilbLcd when the3 siivr iici out, V 1 w
lug how nian3 3 ears she had' bet hi
bed. To-day she addH her gratitud to
mine for God'a uicnlcs and Pcij A'
S3111P. Maiiia 11a '
The people of Knglaud : p.uk cmi -in-lug
After 2Iany Yearn,
"Whlttlclo.Woods, neai Uimili -,
"De-euiilei iO, 1 SiJII.
"Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's med Ino
sells exceeding well wilh us, nl! II:: 113'
it speak highly in Its favor. Uu I du
case- of a young liidv thai had Ken cm.
bled many years- with paitio.iitc 1 eat iy.
She tells u-j that the pallia wire iat e-ly
taken awn) uftei a levvduchcr .uir
uiedioinr. Yourn truly, V. P1.1.1 '
Aflvr fcvcral Yom-t..
"hioke l'cnv, Jiinuinv tnli itK U
' Oeiiileiuin, 1 have usrd Si 'n
J-yiup I m teve.ul j or., and h i i.d
It n nnm tl' in iOUB I1111U.1 lor I er
l,.l I ,.1 ,i 1.1 1.. .1 r
1 Mlll.ir,uii-' anil i', nit u. l l- f( 1.
nbwna I cep sonic In im.unifc not
rpc-ik ii.ti tiighly in ii pfiii.c-.. ra
m,uu,3ouri' tiulv, JIiujii!-, K', "
VltOI- tel3k.Cl.'l Vtjli"
"0.1, Kfertj-ate Slieil, '.Vti.li op . tt,
'Dec. in be i Ji'HIi. iri
"OcntUineii, It ii. will, tl.i f.i test
of pletBure I acrortl 1113 ti-iniioi . , to
thu elllciicy of Mothei b'gei' ! up.
My wife, who li:it fullered" tiom uiu
Dyspepsia for ooi-bMiui yniit, 1 ovv
per duly better ihtough tlio sel elp
of our t-y rtip I have sent poii'i in
mc-cliflnco I rum dortois iu Inui, be
gan to lliiiiK flu- vr.ii lueuiiihle, mil
3 our marvellous nudlclno vmih trim
I ifliiuin, 3'.iirs, tliiinkfully
ALFiiKU r "
mjo 3iireolH,luvo hot 1
"jllford Itoi-d Dl.penfiiry, Dtiki ' jlfl,
Mm.- 1 ID.
"Dear Bir. I am liaiiny to i orui &"
you tint tho sale of 3 our byrup nun 'ills
Incrciiiir heie eunttnually. by. I uf
my ciiFtcnui-t cpe-ik cu having di ,cd
more l,( relic u.nn ilio tiiwj .f the.i bun
f.nm any oilier n etlieluo. In ci j In.
hUii.cc'i ,iu otTec'' htvo Uecit wj.,u ful,
"Vonir- vj v r utfull.v,
lv v.lyI'ito. Eu'im EiETvoou, 1 1,"