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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 188G.
Bktnc Mary Wlnklcman from Snn I'
II B M
I S Pelican for Southern Islands
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
13k Blrinnh for Pot (land, Or
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VESSELS IN PORT.
Ger bk F 0 Sleben, Biuhn
Qvr sclir Mary 0 llolim,
Oer bk Furst Bismarck, Vaniler Vltig
Bk Blrmali, 0 H Jonas
Bk llolden, Joycnsoti
Bktno Geo 0 Perkins, Ackman
Bktnc Concuelo, Cousins
Norwegian bark Aurora, Snttcrlaud
Haw brig Alllo Rovvc, J Phillips, from
Hongkong, duo Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Boss, from
Port Townsend, W T, due July 20-111.
' Nlc bk Rlmljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B 0, duo June 25-30.
It M S S Alameda (Am), II G Morse,
from San Francisco, cu loute to the
Colonies, duo Auk 7.
Am bark Calbarlun. W II Hubbard,
from San Francisco, due July 23-30.
Am bktnc Mary Wlnkeliiian, C Bac
kus, from San Francisco, duo July
Haw steamship Zealandla, It van Ote
rendorp, from San Francisco, due Aug
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman, from Bre
men, duo Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, W T, due Aug 1-11.
Am tern Eva. .1 O Wikmnn, from
Port Townsend, W T. duo Aug 10-20.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, duo July 15-81.
, Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Annum, from Liverpool, duo
Am scur Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahulnl, July 20-30.
For Maul and Hawaii, perstmrKl
nau, Aug 3 Right Rev Lord Bishop of
Honolulu, Mrs A "Willis, Hon S Parker,
Miss M C Kinney, Miss Mossinau, Miss
II Dickson, Miss Judd, A Smith, CaptS
Nowleln, A Barnes. S Palatini, Miss E
Kanehaku, Master iioit. lion is uoc,
Mrs F P Hustings, Mrs W M Gilford, R
Calton, Mr Lewis, Miss H Needham,
Miss Swlnton, Mrs Ah Swan, Mrs Chen
Loch, Ching Sue, J L Blaisdell, C Fern,
W Y Horner Sr, and about 1G0 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalanl, Aug 3
His Honor L McCully, Major A Rosa.
Hon E L Kauai, Hon J W Kiilua, Capt
V V Asbford, Judge J Kakina and 3
ons, II Bertlemau and 2 sons, J A Ma
goon, W L Holokahiki, Miss Parke, J
K Hookano, Mrs Kauka and d lughtcr,
II S Townsend, W T Lucas, M A Gon
salves, Miss IllhiahaoUIe and about 90
The barkentine Geo C Perkins will
sail for San Francisco, on Saturday
The schooner American Girl will sail
for San Francisco on Friday next with
The bark Siebers is taking in ballast.
She will sail next Saturday for Puget
Sound to load lumber for .' ydney.
Tho schooner Llliolilio is due here to
morrow from Waimea, Kauai, and the
steamer Jas Makee is due on Friday.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The usual church services to
night. .Mil. J. Lyons' regular cash sale
will be at 10 o'clock a. m. to-morrow.
Pkincess Liliuokalani's monthly
reception will be held at her Pnlania
residence to-morrow afternoon.
At 2 :30 this p. m. tho barkentine
Mary Winkleman was reported 15
miles off to the north-east from San
Earth is being excavated for the
foundation of a small brick building
on tho upper side of Hotel street,
between Nuuanu and Konia streets.
At 12:15 this noon the lire at the
Louvre of Brussels broke out again
among tho dry goods. A hose being
at hand and firemen closo by, tho
slight flame was put out.
The Honolulu Ritles will meet at
the armory this ovening at 7:30
o'clock, to hear tho final report of
the new armory committee, and to
be introduced to tho new captain.
The Hawaiian Band will play at
Kakaako Brunch Hospital this after
noon, at II. It. H. Princess Liliuoka
lani's reception at Faluma to-morrow,
and at tho Queen's Hospital Friday
The Board of Commissioners to
appraise damages by widening
streets in tho burnt district Messrs.
Justice Bickerton, S. M. Damon and
Mark P. Robinson is in session this
Kumok says that Mr. Bartlctt,
Manager of tho Hawaiian Hotel, and
Mr. JoneB, bartender, havo drawn a
$10,000 prizo in a late Louisiana lot
tery, and that Mr. Bartlctt has gono
to Sun Francisco to get the prio.
Thiibb sick sailors of tho bark
Birnuih have been in tho Hospital
for several days. Two of them aro
yet very ill, while the other lias suffi
ciently recovered to leave with tho
veesel to-morrow for Portland, Or.
Mil. Geo. C. Stratomoyer having
entered the employ of the Honolulu
Planing Mills, those wanting house
or sign painting done in workman
like- or artibtio stylo, can be satisfied
if they lenvo their orders at Mr,
Lucas's office, Fort street.
At 0:45 last ovening II. B. M. S.
Pelican weighed anchor, and slowly
steamed to sea. When passing the
Kupiolani bath-houso Mr. Guo. Maho
ney, a loyal Britisher, dipped tho
Hawaiian flag iii courtesy to the
Britannic cruiser, and was answered
by thrco dips from tho Pelican,
i . m i
A mrtiiday party was held on
board tho German bark Furst Bis
murk Inst evening. There wero pres
ent about 15 invited guests, who had
a glorious time dancing on tho
smooth deck of tho vessel, to tho
music of n well-handled uccordcon
and tambourine. Refreshments wero
served during tho evening in true
German stylo. Tho party broke up
at nbout 11 o'clock.
Tin: cider factory on Liliha street,
where tho celebrated Fisher's Cham
pagne Cider is made, is now under
the management of Mr. W. II. Wil
kinson, who will continue the eider
business. Local orders or orders
from the other islands will bo
promptly attended to. In connec
tion with tho factory is a little
general store, managed by Mrs. Wil
kinson. Wonic on what is intended to be a
largo brick structure on the lower
side of Hotel street, between Nuuanu
nnd Konia streets, is proceeding
slowly. The mechanics nro all China
men, and, judging from their awk
ward method of handling the tools
and tho slowness of their move
ments, it cannot be very profitable to
employ them on this class of work.
John is evidently no stone mason.
Dit. Whitney's Dental Booms will
be closed from Tuesday, August 10th,
until noon, September 13th. 4t
PiCTUitE Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes nnd
Candies, go to the reliablo Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 91
Dn. 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. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigarsof J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no licenso is required" to
sell these cigais. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
MISS PRESCOTT'S REAOINCS.
The Shakesperian readings, an
nounced for to-morrow night in the
Y. M., C. A. Hall, promiseto be in
teresting and' "pleasing. The lady, '
whose advertisement will be found
elsewhere in our columns, has had a
great deal of experience as a teacher
of elocution in the United States,
and her purpose in giving the read
ing advertised is to give those re
siding here who are desirous of cul
tivating tho art of speaking well,
some idea of her qualifications as an
instructor in elocution. It is to be
lioped Miss Prescott will be en
couraged by the presence of a large
audience who will, there is little
doubt, be pleased with the enter
tainment. CHANT'S MEMOIRS.
General Grant's Personal Memoirs,
of which the local agent, Mr. J. E.
Wiseman, has now both volumes on
hand, constitute in many respects
one of the most remarkable literary
works of the age. Written by a
soldier who had never made any
pretensions to, or harbored any am
bition to shine in literature, the work
is yet a most agreeable one to read.
A record of bloody wars, yet details
of the horrors and human suffering
belonging to war are not there, fur
ther than general references and
bald figures of army losses. More
than all, the man himself is por
trayed by one who seems to have al
most superstitiously striven, all his
life, to obey tha injunction of the
ancient philosopher "Man, know
thyself." The Memoirs are, more
over, the last work of America's
hero a labor of love to him, be
cause undertaken and bravely
carried out through his dying days,
in order to obtain the comforts of
life for his wife and family after ho
should be gone.
Some injustice was unwittingly
done to Mr. Julius II. Smith, Super
intendent of Public Works, in our
description of the new Police Sta
tion tho qther day. Mr. Smith
supervised the construction of tho
building throughout, the persons
named in that capacity in the des
cription having only had a minor
part1 in the work. Another inaccu
racy, caused by toking tho informa
tion from the original plans, was in
locating the Marshal's office in the
building, as that functionary will
remain quartered in the Government
Building. 'Exception has been taken
to some of the figures in giving the
cost, but these were all taken from
official sources. It was an omission
worthy of supplying, that tho Hono
lulu Planing Mills supplied tho
ulinite and a good deal of the other
internal fittings and finishings. Mr.
Otreniba, carver, made the rope
moulding of the main entrance, A
mechanic has called the writer's
attention to architectural defects in
the front of the building -faulty
alignment in tho entablature (or
upper works) with relatiou to tlje
KICKED BY A HORSE.
Yesterday at noon a mnn named
Ed. Dunn was severely kicked by a
horse at tho training stable of Mr.
Alex. Arthur, Punchbowl street.
Dunn was helping the proprietor to
harness the animal, which was being
broken, when it kicked nt him three
times in succession, striking him in
tho abdomen the first time. Ho
crawled out of the way, and Mr.
Angus, of tho Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Company, ran out
of his house to the injured man's
assistance. Finding him badly hurt,
he called Dr. J. 8. McGrew by
telephone. Appropriate remedies
were ndmlnistcied by tho doctor,
who knew tho patient as a former
servant of his own. This morning
he found him worse, and, there not
being proper accommodation for him
on tho premises, he had him scut to
the Queen's Hospital. Dunn is
past middle ago and said to be a
native of New York. He is very
low tins' afternoon.
LILIUOKALANI EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY.
'LUittoknlani Educational So
ciety" is the name of an association
of Hawaiian ladies. Its founder
nnd president is Princess Liliuoka
lani, tho Crown Princess of Hawaii
nei. Its other officers arc a secre
tary, a treasurer, and five direc
tresses. None but native Hawaiians,
with aboriginal blood in their veins,
are admitted to active membership.
Others may become honorary mem
bers. An entrance fee of fifty
cents and a monthly subscription of
twenty-live cents are the conditions
of membership. Honorary mem
bers are admitted on the same terms.
The object of the society is the care
and education of needy orphan chil
dren. As yet the society is young,
having been started only about three
months ago, and the principal work
done is the collection of funds and
the arrangement of preliminaries.
It is the intention to gather up
destituto orphans, place them in
boarding schools, and furnish" them
with a plain English education. In
the case of girls, they are also to be
instructed in needle work and house
hold duties. Two young girls are
now being cared for, and others will
be added as the funds increase. The
society numbers in all a little over
one hundred members.
This association met yesterdny
afternoon for the transaction of
business, at the Palama residence of
the Princess Piesident. The at
tendance was full, and harmony and
enthusiasm prevailed. Some uew
members were elected, and other
business disposed of. In the even
ing and at the same place, begin
ning at G o'clock, the society held
an ice-cream sociable, to which each
member had the privilege ot invit
ing two friends, and, judging from
the size of the company present, the
members were not ni'glectf ul of their
privilege nor their fiieuds of the
invitations given. Among the com
pany were Princess Likeliko, Honor
able A. S. Cleghorn, several mem
bers of the Legislature, prominent
government ofiicinls, and borne repre
sentative citizens with their wives.
The cool atmosphere of the evening,
the refreshing greenery surrounding
the premises, the subdued light re
flected from the Japanese lanterns
disposed around the verandahs and
garden, the informality of tho
gathering, and the genial affability
of the royal lady who presided, all
combined to make the occasion ex
tremely pleasant and delightful, the
memory of which will mnrk a sunny
spot in the past of evory participant.
THIS MORNINC'S FIRE.
ANOTIIKK 18tH OF APHIL AVERTED BY
THE I'KOMl'TNESS Or FIICEMEK.
The jangle of the fire bell roused
many of the citizens from their
slumbers this morning at nbout 1 :45
o'clock. The startling announcement
"corner of Fort and Merchant
streets" answered back, by the Cen
tral office to those who enquired
through their telephones, suggested
the possibility that what was left
undone on the 18th of April might
be the business on hand by the the
fiend to-day. Tho lire was dis
covered to have made considerable
headway in the interior of the store
on Fort street, near the corner of
Merchant, occupied by Mr. Charles
Michicls, and known as the Louvre
of Biusscls. The stock consisted
of dry goods. Polico officer No. C
is said to have (list noticed it and
given tho alarm. The Volunteer
Boys of Engine Co. No. 2, were
first on the spot, and to their prompt
service is largely due tho success of
tho lire biigade in preventing n
grand conflagration. They connected
with tho hydrant at the coiner of
Fort and Merchant streets. The
hoso was handled by Messrs. Frank
Godfrey, J. P. Bowen, Willie Itam
say, and Geo. Brims, who got water
on the fire by bi caking panes in the
south window. Having a good
stream, they soon extinguished the
flumes on that side. The operation
was repeated with tho like success
at the othor window. The front
door was broken open by Ramsay,
and the hose taken hibido. Those
who first entered say they could
plainly smell kerosene oil and some,
other substance similar to tallow or
axle grease. Company No. 1 placed
their engine at Hall & Sou's corner.
The men mounted the building with
their hose and pi evented the fire
reaching other buildings. Company
No. 2 connected ut the corner of
Fort und Merchant sheets. No. i
took water from tho hydrant in fiont
of Hackfeld & Co,'s. The Puolllo
Hose Co. connected with engine No,
2, nnd ran to tho roar of the build
ing. Tho hose rue n and 2nd assist
ant engineer, on getting to the icar,
found the back door open, nnd Mr.
Whighatn, one of tho hose men of
the Pacific Company, found the bar
for the inside fastening of the door
in the back yawl. This company
succeeded in extinguishing the flames
in the rear of the store. Second
Assistant Engineer llustncc, who
was one of the first at the scene,
says the fire was in the hack, and
south side, of the store, and running
rapidly over the counters. All the
companies wero prompt to the call,
and found plenty of water. Those
not actively engaged in playing
water wero stationed so as to pre
vent other buildings from igniting.
The interior of the store, walls,
counter, ceiling and goods are thor
oughly chaired. The lire seems to
have taken hold of the whole sur
face of the interior at once. Tho
goods arc, of course, ruined ; the,
only articles remaining that may he
of any service being a lot of trunks.
Mr. Michicls was insured in the
South British and National, 85,000 ;
Commercial File, 2,500, and Hait
ford Life, S2,500 total, $10,000,
Mr. C. O. Berger, agent.
The building belongs to Hon. A.
F. Judd, Chief Justice, and is in
sured for 8350.
Mr. Earnest Zoclel, one of the
employees at the Beaver Saloon,
had his back strained while cariy
ing away a case of jewelry, for Mr.
Max Eekart, whose store is next to
the burned building.
On the invitation of the W. C.
T. U., the firemen were provided
with refreshments at Nolte's, after
tho fire was out.
Mr. C. B. Wilson, Supeiintendent
of Water Works, issued a general
"come along, boys," to the crowd
at the corner, when those who did
come along, to the number of about
a score, were taken to Nolte's and
treated to coffee.
A HONOLULU MERCHANT TALKS.
The following is taken fiom an ac
count of the recent change of Minis
try here, in the San Francisco Call.,
after the arrival of the S. S. Austra
lia with theneWs:
A representative of 27ie Call
wailed upon a prominent and wealthy
resident of Honolulu who has just
returned from the Hawaiian Islands.
The gentleman informed the repoit
er that among the business men of
Honolulu there was general ex
pression of regret at the change of
Ministry, and especially that two
compaiativc strangers were called
from obscurity to be the King's
"No one," said the Merchant,
"knows much about Mr. Creighton,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, though
I believe he has been a reputable
journalist, and John T. Dare, Attorney-General,
was not heard of in
Honolulu until his name was gazetled
as Cabinet Minister. Both men, I
believe, aro well known in San
Francisco, but to the business men
and planters of the Islands, they
ai e little more than strangci s. This
change, from men of high standing
and proved worth to mere outsiders,
gives a feeling of uncertainty in
financial and commercial circles.
"The elevation of Paul Kanoato
the Minister of Finance in the place
Of J. M. Kapena, is another illustra
tion of the policy of selecting insig
nificant men to do the work of men
of proved capacity.
"In business circles politics have
been for a long time ignored. Mer
chants and planters prefer going
ahead with their own business,
rather than fuss over the changes in
Tuesday, August 3rd.
(In addition to items given in
A. D. Wallace, assault and bat
tery on E. McGovern, 810 and
R. S. Scrimgeour, drunkenness,
hard labor for 15 days.
Kun, assault anil battery on Mrs.
Raymond, $ and ;J.20 costs.
Awnna, disordeily conduct in
Cosmopolitan Saloon, hard labor for
seven days, with 81.10 costs.
Tong Lee, assault with a gun,
remanded until 10th inst.
Wednesday, August -Ith.
Manana, disturbing quiet of the
night, 85 fine and $3.30 costs. He
was drunk on awn.
Clms. Michiels and Ah Iluua, re
manded from the second, for having
opium in possession, was again ie
manded by consent till the (Jth Inst.
A chnrgo of gross cheat against
Keoni Moloknl was withdrawn, the
Court intimating that it might be a
case for civil action.
Four natives were charged with
deserting contract service of tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
hut the cascswere settled out of
Madeira & Bias
Beg to announce that they have
on King strrct, near Mauuaken; where
they will bo glad to see their friend.
TWO nlca comfoi table Cottagei on
Lillhu etieet, iicui Selioul, each ut
$ 2 per mouth Enquire ul
88 2w 0,-ucu Mruot.
Largu HAY HOUSE
oH-y riding, and bto
kni to hiir'C$. Null,
able tor ExpicsH or
'F. J. LOW HEY.
DUHIN'U mv absence from this King,
dom, Mr. W. H. CHILTON luu
lull power of iiltouu-v tn iiiijuut nil my
bulnes. 11KNHY BHADLBY
Honolulu. July 3D, I8- Ult
HOLDERS of the Hawaiian Airrlcul
iiir.il Company' slock aio hereby
notllled that a dividend of one ptr cent
Is due ami tunable at the ollloo of
(J. imr.WER it ( O , (L'd)
Honolulu, Aug. L, ISSii. 01
A Splendid Opportunity.
person desirous of pro-
Inp a plan-nut hoinn ran
o Ijv nunlyini: to llin tin
dorsigtiedi 'I bis house and lot is situ,
ated on Fort street, nexttotliu Gyniiia
slum Rulliling. Tho grounds aie plant
id willi munv rule trees and plants.
O. K. MILLER'S
01 lm Business Agency.
Mortgagee's Notice of
TV OTICB U hereby given that in nc
J. coiilaucu villi a Power of Sato
contained in a eerialn mnrlgugo deed,
ilatLil the 2nd day of September, A.D.
li-81, madu by lonne Mnluhl of Wailuu.
uUii, ICaunilinu, Iiland of Kauul, to
.lohii ltos of Honolulu, and recorded in
the ollico of Hie Ib'giMinr of Convey
ance'', ul Honolulu, in l.lber 01, on
pitgci 160 and 181, and for a bleach of
conditions in Mild moilguo deed ion
luiueil, to wit: llicnou-pa oient thereof,
nil anil lingular the I'Icou-im de-crlbrd
in snlil iiKii tungo dee 1, will, afler the
time limited by liw.be told at public
unction In Honuliil'i.
The property to l-o Fold under the said
power of S.ilc is hltiiHteil nt l.t-lro, Ho
nolulu, Wand of Oalui. and counts of
a House, mid Lot, more piulicuhiily des
cribed in H.P. iiv;:.8. I..C.A. 'MWi.
.10HN ROSS, Mortgagee.
11 v W. C. 1'aiiki:, hi-. Atiurmy.
Honolulu, July 2-1, IStM. 83 3w
Choice Property for Sale.
r OT COU.NKlt
(.F Fi KT A.N
Lelonirlna to Mr. it.
JLi fu'liuol S' recti.
Knquiic nt the olltee of
M. S. UHIXUAUH &, CO.,
Ffi 1m Quten streets.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tin Pacific Transfer Go.
Olllce with C. K. Miller,
'li MctLlKllll SlILCt,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I am fully prepared to do nil kiwlsjof
drnynge. liuuling or mo ttitr work, oil of
which I will guarantee to execute faith,
fi'2 ly S. F. GRAHAM. Prop'r.
TV R. E. J. APPLEBY,
1Y1 'I K xOllUU OF 11ANJO.
For tirm, iin,uiit- nt
74 I in Wl Sl DllW CO., FoitSt.
Havo just Received, by iho
" FURST BISMAltCK,
ITull Assortment ol
Beers, Wines and Lipors,
St. Pauli Beer.
A Splendid Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Kilter l'rcRsof. and Filter Press Cloth,
Supu nnd Coal I aje, all i-irs;
llcinn'lwiiie, G-ihuuized Finco Wire,
with Fish Pinto, Bolts nnd Spikes,
l'oilliiud Cement, full weight,
ltinltugSInie, Havana CIkhis,
A number of the inuuli-fiivorid
JbX C l'OpllOliS
with a largo quuiitHv of the most popu.
1 ii' .Mn.ilc.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
ill If J
Sutillfh Miit'difH, Oiockery,
Since cstal II hlug our Mirslon In thi
city, wo have frtipicniiy I ecu collclud
topricuio larger and more convenient
quiillcr for woirhip nnd Bible diss-,
iilie a number txpiessing thciiit-elves
as billing to contribute tomird the
necetsury opuise. Wu Imvo now i-e.
I cured lliu building on Fort tlicet, for.
uiurly used ih a gymnasium, thus Incur,
ring rpiilu a debt; bisides, tomuchitnges
are m-cesBtuy. Thcrcfoio wu would say
to all who would esteem it a privilege to
aid u in tho uinitcr, t It tit they cuu con.
fer with Sir. N. F. Burgess or with tho
undersigned. Ii. A. SCOT P,
711 in A. I.A1IUK.
wlin want to enmmiinl.
Jrx. ciilo with lliu l'mtuiMicsc, cither
for biiidiicbn, or fur proem lug workmen,
Hcivuntsor my other helps, will find it
the most piolltuhlu wuy to advert it-e in
thu .usv JJnivaimiio, tho new organ of
the poituuiK'iu colony, which pub
lUlied on .McirluuiUln e, Gazelle Build,
lug, (I'obt-Olllcu Letter Box L), and
only charges iciibcuublu rules for adver.
Wine and Spirit
X3EJItOII A-WX1 S
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lnchman & Co.'s California Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 Brandy,
J. Pelllson'8 and 10 year-old Brandy,
J. J. Melchcr'a " Elephant" Gin,
ii, w. SMiiu a co.'s
"Thistle Dew" Wlisiey,
Contcs & Co.'s Fly mouth" Gin, etc.
A FUI.li LINK OP THE
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
Bl'IKITS, LIQUEURS, ETC.,
constantly on hand and for sale at the
Lowent Xui'lf etI2n.tes.
P. 0. Box 362. . Both Tel., No. 46.
Crystal Soda forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Fodn, Lemonade, Sarcaparilla,
Fruit bjrups and Essences and
mndo fmm the puro Apple, all of which
we guarantee to be the best.
I W'c also invito parties intending
tiiriii-g stores for the sale of iced
drinks aud wishing fountain supplies,
toieull on us before going elsewhere.
Toe Crystal Soda Worts,
P. O. Box .107, Honolulu.
Inter-Islanfl S. I Co.,
The J3et Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new nnd ttnuncli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Friday, Augtut 18th.
The Mcnmer pnsfeH along the entire
roust of ihe leeward side of Ilnwdl. nf.
fording tourlMs a panorama of charm,
lug scenery, and will stop ut Kctlike.
kua Buy, where bulllclent lime is it How
id tn visit the Monument of Capluin
TourlMs by this toulo reach Punaluu
Ht fi o'clock on tho day after lcaxing
Honolulu, being only ono night on the
vessel, nuiklng iltu entire passage in
smooth water. At Punuluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from lltere tourists will bo conveyed
tiy railroad to Pahala, llitnco by stage
couch lo Uilf.wiiy Home, where honses
nnd guide will lm in attendance to con.
ey iliem to the Ynlruno.
Tourism will have two night and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHltV ABM1TAGB,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort slicei, or at thu olllcu of tho 1. 1. S.
N. Co., F.iluuadu. IHO Om
Ryan's Bortilllii Saoj
Is now adjoining the rear of
complaints have tCRched inc of
late from fome of tnv'cuslomcrs
that they can putclintc llnwaihiti.inude
Soap cheaper ibuii I have I em selling
It, J ueg io state mat i nnvc always
transacted my business In u fair ni'd
straight forwnrtl way, charging the same
price, to all alike, and felling nt a
moderate rate; and at Iho same time 1
would inform my customers and the
public that from and after this date my
prico will bo $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap 'Works, Lcleo, llono-
lulti, .luiiuaist. M
Wo should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement of the stomach, but, If
neglected, it in time involves the wholo
Ir.inic, embracing the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, nnd in f.ict the entire gland
ular syttcin; and the afflicted drags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief from suffering. The disease Is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if tho reader will ask himself iho
following (pusllons he will be able to
determine whether he himself h one of
the uUllctcd: llae I distress, pln, or
diltlculty in breathing afler eating? Is
tlure a dull, heavy teeliug, ultcnaid by
dtowsincH? IIue the eyes a jodovv
ilnge? Does u thick, sticky mucoUs
gnti.cr about the gums nnd teeth lu the
mornings, uccompuuiul bynditugroe
ablo taste? Is tho longue toatidr Is
there pain in the tides and back? Is
there a fullness about ilia right ldu as
It the liver weie enlaiging? I iHcrc
vei'ilgo or dizzli.c.-t when rising ttid.
dml.) from an hoiUontal poplilon? Aio
the secretions fiom the Uldmjs highly
coloured, with a deposit afur sluuiliug?
Does food foment boon after einiug, -accompanied
by llaluleucc or belch'u.g
of gus from thu slomaub? Is theru fie
qtient piilpltulion cf the beau? These
arlous symptoms may noi be present at
one time, but they turn-cat the sullen r
lu turn as- the dreadful dis-eiue pro.
gi esses. If the case bo one of long
Htaudlug, theru will be a diy, buck ing
cough, attended alter a time by cxpec.
torution. In ciy advanced siugcs the
skin assumes a dirty brow nUli appear,
auce, and tlic hands and fcetaiucovcred
by u cold bticUy pcit.piiutiou. A ilto
liver and kidneys become moiu and
more dUcased, rheumatic painb appear,
aud the usuul iriatmcut provtsentircly
unavailing against the latter ugonii-iug
ditoider. The origin of this mulndy ia
indigestion or uyspipMa, anu a sinuu
(inutility of the proper medicine will
ii'iiiuve the dibcatc if taken in its Incip-
iiucy. It is most important that the
Uisc.uo should be promptly and piopcily
Heated in its llit ttages, when a litllo
mcdiUuc will effect u cure, and een
when it has obtained a ttiong hold the
coiictt icinedy should bu peri-iicicd In
until every vestige of the ditea--e is
ciadicated, until thu appetite but. retu li
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The suic-t und
moat effectual icmedy for this di-ti eas
ing complaint is "Seigel's Luiuiivo
Sirup," U vegetable prcpaiation fold by
all cheiniits und iudicinc endow
throughout the world, and by tlic pi o
piletorrf, A. J. White, Limited, Loin on,
K. O. This Svrip sii ikes at tlic very
louudutlon of tlie dUcnte, nnd drives It,
l oot and branch, out of the t-j stem. Ak
your chemist for Scigols Cuiutivc
"East-street Mills, Carnbridgc.hc.ith,
"London, E. C, July'ii-itli. 1883
"Sir, It gives me great plca-utc to bo
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
I had suffered for some length of time
from a severe foun of indigestion, nnd
the long train ol distressing tymptnms
following that dhcuse. I had tiled nil
possible means to get relief, by seeking
the best medical advice. I bnd bwallow.
cd sufficient of their stuff to tlout a man.
of-vvar, to to t peak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the sceuo
in the midst of my sufferings, brought
with him a bottle of your Selgcl Kynip;
he advised me to try it, stating he felt
confident it would LciictH me. Being
weary of trysng so many drugs, 1 con.
detuned it befoictilal, thinking It could
nut poisibly jo me any good, but idti
mutely determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a slioil time it work
ed fa'icli a change in me that I continued
taking it for nearly two months, und I
then felt thoroughly cured, lor I have
discontinued its ne for Ave weeLs, und
feel in the licit of health, nnd tun par.
take any kind of food with ease and
Lomlort." I urn therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, 1 am icstoicd to
the btato of health I now enjoy Yours
ttuly. AV. S. toiuTi;n.
"To Mr. A. .1. White "
Thoso who nro in the "Afthma
Fin nacc" should lo-o no time in obtain
ing relief by the luo of 'Tho Roslnn
weed Tur Mixtuio;" but do not use tho
iiieiiidnc unless you will follow all tha
dlrettlons "to the letter."
1'oor Abthmu sufferers, who nro
strnngeis to "tiud Nature's sweet
le.-tuicr, balmy sleep,1' should make use
of "The Rosinweeil 'li.r Mixtuio." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow Its me
"Wateiloo House, London Stile, ChiS'
' February nth. 18P2.
"Messrs, Wnlte and ( o., London.
"Gentlemen, It Is with meat pleas
ure that I add my testimony to the
wonderful effects of Scigel's t-jiup. For
years 1 nail been suffering from bilious
altaclvB, which began vvllh giddiness;
then a mist would como beforo my eyes,
so that I should not bu able to recognise
any one or ai) thing ut tho dUtanen of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
bo followed by excessive trembling of
my knees, ho that 1 could not stand
without suppoitj after which a sevcro
headache would occur, lasting often two
or tin eu dngs, I have tried various
remedies for tliese distressing .yuiiitoins,
but until 1 tried ,-elgol's .yrun 1 bad no
relief, biuto then I huve hail excellent
heollh lu livery n'spect, and If ever I
feel a headache coming on 1 take ono
dose of the .syrup, which arrests if.
Hoping that this testimonial ma) bo tho
ineviis of inducing others (who suftVr us
I Used) to t y tho Syrup, as I feel Hire
they will recelvo speedy benefit und
ultimately bo cured, 1 beg to lcnialu,
"A. II. Hoimw."
b'elgcl's Operating Fills prevent IU
effects from oxcoss in eating or drink
ing, A good dosu at bed.timu renders
a person tit fur biwluibis in the inurulugv
If j ou Imvo Asthma use "The Rosluvvxed