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SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1880.
Stmr Klnau from windward ports
Stinr-Likcllke from Knlmlui
Stmr 0 II liishop from Ilniunkun
Schr Mnlalo from Laupahoehoc
Schr I.eahl from Hanulcl
Jjclir Halnbow from Koolau
Schr Sarah & Ellzu from Koolnu
Schr Hccln from Koolnu
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Schr Manuoknwal from Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Klnnu for tbc Volcano and wind
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Schr Manuoknwal for Koolnu
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolnu
Schr Huula for Koolnu
SchrLcahl for llunnlcl
Stmr 0 It Illshop for Waianae
VESSELS IN PORT.
Gcr bk Livingstone
Bktnc Mary Wlukehuan, Backus
Ilk Calbarlen, Ilubbnrd
Oer schr Mary O Iiohni,
Gcr bk Furst Hlsmarck, Vunder Viug
Ilk lloldcn, .loyenson
iiktnc Consuclo, Cousins
Norwegian bark Aurora, Suttcrlund
lluw brig Allle ltowo, J Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Hoi bark Don Nicolas, Koss, from
Port Towuscml. W T, duo July 20-31.
Nlo bk Himljlo, Howard, from De
parture Buy, 1$ O, due .Tune 25-30.
Jt 31 S S Alameda (Am), II G Morse,
from San Francisco, en route to the
Colonics, due Aus 7.
Haw steamship Zealandia, It van Ote
rendorp, from San Francisco, due Aug
Ger bark 1'nclflc, Oltmnn, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, W T, due Aug 1-11.
Am tern Eva. J O Wikman, from
PortTownsend, 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 Annum, from Liverpool, due
Am schr Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Knlmlui, July 20-30.
Brit, bark Ironcrag, from Liverpool,
due October 15-30.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, due October 1-20.
Am ship Fairfield, from Hongkong,
due August 20-30.
Am bark Xieolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, duo August
Am bark Elsinorc, G W Jenks, from
Newcastle, N S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacillc Slope. Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S W, duo September
OSS Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
Irom San Francisco, August 23d.
It Jl S S Muraroa, (Brit) James Edie,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due August 2Sth.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr KInaii 5,159 bags sugar, 10 bales
wool, 1 horse. 150 pkgs sundries
Schr Manuokawai 100 bags rice and 20
Stmr Mokolll 272 bags sugar, 12 horses,
10 pigs and 4 hides
Schr Malolo-2,400 b.igs sugar
Stmr Llkelikc 383 bags sugar
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr
Kinati, Aug 7 Hon S G ildcr, Miss
M Fennell. Capt S Nowlein, M M Wil
son, Miss "W Wilson, E Witehey, Mrs B
H Scholtzy, L Akamu, M N Saunders,
Loo Chit Sam, Chun Lung, ON Arnold,
Bro Thomas, Bro Paul, Father Kuaft, T
Bucholtzy, E E Conant, wife and 2
.children, "W "White, E B Giffard, K
"Cat ton, Mrs Kalaui, L Aseu, J Maury,
.Miss May, Hon J Wight and wife, Mrs
'Gookim and sou, linn J K Nahalo and
wife, Father Oliver, J W Girvlu, Miss L
(Crockett, Miss B Parke, lion S B Dole,
3Iiss S Crockett, Eev E C Oggel and
-wife, Wong Wa Foy, II A lleen, and
Fron; Kahulul and liana, per stmr
Llkelikc. Aug 8 S W Kaai, Miss E
losepa, Mbse Namakiha, E 11 Bailey,
Akanalillli, Jtev Paaluhl and wife, C 11
Dickey, Mrs C H Wallace, Miss E Wal
lace, II Wallace. Father Gulstan, Sister
Benedicta, Bro Andrew, Bro Igantius,
Mrs S M Damon and family, Miss L C
Campbell, Miss.S V Hopper, Miss Bliss,
.T Gracia, wife and servant, 8 Chinese,
and 02 deck.
The Lehua received her new fore
mast to-day. It Is pronounced by know
ing men as being a handsome stick.
On the 7th lust, to the wife of John
L. Blaisdell, a son.
- m. mam
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The Volcano is said to bo increas
ing in activity.
T.KB Anglican Church Chronicle
tfor August, is out.
Till! Mutual tolophono is now in
working order in Koolnu.
The usual tempornnco meeting in
Fowler's yard mission room, this
Mus. lleblmrd'n bchool, at No. 121
Uuretania afreet, has been open since
Monday, the 2nd instant.
Two-milk race at the Yoscmito
skating rink to-night, between Hurt
nian Napoleon, and Antonu.
Captain McGregor, of the Manuo
kawai, reports light trnilo wirds and
pleasant weather at Koolnu.
Hon. V. C, I'nrko luiB been ap
pointed assigneo of thu estate of P.
Kauimakaolo & Co., liana, Maui.
Mi:sbuh. II. llackfold & Co. have n
comfortablo residenco to let towards
the upper oud of Punchbowl street,
MudsitH. Yates it MoKonzie, oppo
site the O. 8, S. Co.'s wharf, havo
some choice Now Zealand potatoes.
Mi:bbub. Uustaco it Ifobertson
havu a lot of Kaknnko solt, which
they will bell in small or lingo quan
tities at low rates.
An oxpiess driven by a Chinaman
broko part of tho wagon geur while
turning around on Fort street this
morning, giving the gossips a chance
to report the slight accident ns a ter
rible smash up.
Mu. Geo. Mnrkhani, Poit Sur
veyor, and 3Iiss Turfon, will bo
tmitcd in marriage next Wednesday
uvenitig, At the same liluc Air.
II. Hcrtolinnn and Miss Kminu
Mnrkliam will also bo married.
Captain Ilubbnrd brought down
some bnircls of fresh salmon, pre
served in n curtain way, us nn experi
ment In this climate. A baircl of
this salmon can bo seen at thu Fish
Markut, and so far the experiment is
ft success. Tho Captain invited lion.
S. U. Wilder and (several sen- captains
to examine the fish this morning,
and those who saw it were satisfied
of its goodness.
, . . .
Ni:ws wns received this morning
of a provoking incident experienced
by the crew of tho schooner Millo
Morris. From what is said it appears
that the Millo Morris, after being out
two weeks with about 200 sheep from
Lauai for thu Leper Settlement on
Molokai, and not being able to reach
her intended point, on account of
calms, was foiced to put back to
Lauai. It is -further reported that
the Mille Morris ran short of provi
sions and firewood, and the crew was
compelled to subsist on raw mut
ton. They arrived at Lanai suffering
only from the loss of time and a few
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this altcrnoon at Emma Square
beginning at -1 :30. Following is the
Overture SMlvaua Weber
Selection Pirates of Penzance. Sullivan
Bolero Toreador Tbicro
Gavotte Gwendoline Nellson
Polka The Outpost Marriott
Two Marches (n) Forward. ...Doppler
(b) Volunteers Mclra
SP0RTINC IN HAWAII.
As nearly every steamer that ar
rives here from a foreign port brings
a young man or two who may be
fond of gunning, several Honolulu
sportsmen have been interviewed
with the object of obtaining points
on tho shooting here for tho benefit
of the newcomers. The majority of
water game here consists of sprigs
and plover. Canvas-backs, mal
lards, or teal, sheldom show them
selves in these coral waters. . Mud
hens are sometimes numerous. Itail
and Snipe are never heard of. The
favorite water shooting resorts are
at Koolau and Ewa. Blinded-skiffs
arc used in some places, blinds and
decoys at other points. Inland,
shooting is not extensive. Quail are'
not plentiful, dove and pheasants
are thick in some places, but are
cither protected by the land owners
or the Government. "Wild turkeys,
hogs and even bullocks can be shot
on " these islands if the gunner
is posted enough to. get a bead
on any of them. But the greatest
drawbacks in sporting here arc as
follows: Firstly, you must be born
here to get permission from land
owners to shoot on their grounds ;
or you must be rich, have" plenty of
"brass," give luaus and hulas in
short, "paint the town red." Then
you will be courted by everybody,
and land owners will beg you to
shoot on their grounds. Again, you
must have a license to shoot here,
and there is no knowing of the diffi
culty in getting it. If you are
moderate in your habits, modest in
demeanor, void of notoriety, then
you had better sell your gun and
start a newspaper.
TRIAL OF MICHIELS.
FOR OPIUM IN POSSESSION CONTINUED
Nothing very important was
elicited from Ahunn, either in direct
or cross-examination, after our re
port closed yesterday afternoon. He
said he got the key of the store, on
the morning of the seizure, at
Michicls' room on King street, and
that ho hud not been in the store
from closing time Friday evening
until C on Saturday morning.
Michiels had field up a tin of opium
above the counter, to show it to Ah
Choy, on Friday, when they were
making the bargain.
Ah Choy gave evidence of his
negotiating with Michiels through
Ahuna for opium, and giving infor
mation to tho Marshal. He said he
bargained for 87 tins at 88 a tin,
and brought $100 on Saturday
morning. Tho money, ho explpined,
was only brought so as to ensure the
opium being produced. When the
olllccrs cumo to the store in tho
morning, ho Btcpped out. lie was
acquainted with Ahuna since the
great fire in April, but know him by
sight before that. On cross-examination
lie said first that ho had
gone from the store for a fatroll down
to the wharf, but afterward said ho
went up Fort street to the shooting
gallery. After his second visit to
tho Btoro he went to the Govern
ment House to see Marshal Soper.
He belonged to Kau. The informa
tion was given by him, not for tho
reward, but because ho knew opium
dealing was against the law.
Tho case occupied all tho after
noon till 5 o'clock, and was resumed
On the opening of the Court this
morning, tho Attorney-General said
the prosecution rested.
W. J. Uocho was the first witness
for tho defense. He knew Michiels
pretty well for two months j met him
several times on Friday, UOtli ult.';
first time about S pr 0 o'clock)
again, at 2R minutes to 3, at tio
house of Olllcer Murcos, Fort street;
Captain Arnaud and Wwsejf were
there 6 minutes before Atlehlela
cauio; went from there, the three
of them, to the store of L. J. Levey,
auctioneer; from there to Nuunnu
street, taking a hock to the cxlribf
tion.at St. Louis College; remained
at the exhibition till half-past -1 ;
coming from tho College met two
carriages, thero was almost a colli
sion) in one of which was Mr. Sllli
liinn. Cross-examined by Attorney
General Been in kingdom eight
months ; occupation a translator, in
Latin, Greek, French and Spanish ;
had not been employed In his busi
ness for seven weeks ; knew Michicls
nearly two months, or since th'e
arrival of the Ficnch schooner
Hammoni.a; could not say if he look
n walk, on or about 20th July, with
Michiels at 2 o'clock in the morning ;
went to tire house of Marcos be
cause he was ill ; was introduced to
Marcos four or five months ago, and
intimate with him since six months
ago ; would not swear to the exact
time at Marcos's being 25 minutes
to 3 ; left there at 20 minutes to 3 ;
thence went down Fort street to
Levey's, stayed there about 20
minutes, and then went to Nuunnu
street and took a hack; thought the
driver was a Hawaiian, and that
Capt. Arnaud paid him ; arrived late
at th'e exhibition ; was accompanied by
Capt. Arnaud and Michicls; left de
fendant about -1 :30 at the College ;
rather after than beforo that; next
met defendant at dinner same even
ing about. C o'clock; thought he met
defendant that morning because he
was accustomed to meet him before
breakfast; did not know where he
was at 2 o'clock.
L. J. Levey, sworn' : Saw Michiels
on Friday, 30th July, at 12:30
o'clock ; went to him to find out
where Capt. Arnaud was ; saw him
afterward with Arnaud at 2 o'clock ;
Roche was with them ; witness went
up to Mr. Whiting's with Arnaud
for bill of sale of schooner Ilain
monia; must have been there till
about 3 :30 ; had left Micbicls and
Roche nt his store at a very little
Crossed-examined : -His business
wns with Capt. Arnaud, who went
to Whiting's with him the second
time ; had gone twice there, the first
time to see if the bill of sale was
ready; it was about 2:30 when
Arnaud went with him, and they
must have been there till nfter 3 ;
his statements of time were to the
best of his knowledge ; on reflection,
it must have been later than half
past 3 when they got through at
Whiting's ; Arnaud said he was going
back to witness's store to meet the
other two gentlemen ; witness did
not get back to his store till after 4,
and did not ask where the gentle
men had gone ; did not see them airy
time that day after parting with
Arnaud at "Whiting's.
Oliver Stillman, sworn: Knew
Roche; went to St. Louis College
on Friday with Lucas ; met ltoehe
near the College.
Cross-examined : Did not see de
fendant in going to the College.
David Naonc,' sworn : Knew the
defendant, was at the St. Louis
College exhibition; was there be
fore 3 o'clock ; saw defendant there ;
witness was under a tree, and talked
with defendant ; that was a quarter
to five, he thought ; saw defendant
going toward the gate, on leaving.
Cross-examined : Left a Chinese
store on Nuuanu street at 2:20;
walked to St. Louis College, in a
few minutes; made no calculation
of the exact time; distance was un
der half a mile ; arrived at tho Col
lege before the clock struck three,
might have been ten minutes ; did
not sec Michicls then ; saw him be
fore the 5 o'clock whistle blcw.lhalf-an-hour
before, he thought; Mi
chiels left afoot and alone ; did not
know Roche nor Arnaud.
. W. " A. Whiting, sworn : Had
heard testimony of Levey; latter
came in first about 12:30; next time
about 2 o'clock, going away and
coining back in 15 or 20 minutes ; it
took some little time to arrange the
business; his recollection was that
Arnaud left a little before three;
Levey staid longer talking with wit
ness ; about quarter past three took
another paper to Levey's store, and
none of thoso gentleman were there
E. ff. Ward, sworn: Was at St.
Louis College on Friday of last
week; saw defendant there from
half-past 3 till 4 o'clock.
Cross-examined: Saw defendant
inside; beforo opening ceremonies
began ; his wife asked who Michiels
was, and that was why ho noticed
him particularly; did not know
Roche; hud little curiosity in
C. 'Michiels, sworn: Am defen
dant in the case ; at half-past 1 on
Friday week was at tho barber's;
returned to Btoro at 20 minutes to
2; stayed thero half nuhour; Ahuna
was home taking his dinner, and
camo back after 2 ; made no trade
In my store ; after return of Ahuna
went to my room to dress ; from
thero went to Marcos's, then to
Levey's and stayed about 15 min
utes';" went from Levey's to St.
Louis College, and stayed till a
quarter to 5 ; never saw Ah Choy in
my storo ; never had any transac
tion with him ; never had Ahuna to
interpret in a bargain between 1110
apd Ah Choy ; never took up u tin
of opium and shpwpd it to Ah Choy ;
had no opium in my store on Friday
afternoon or Saturday morning
was in bed at 0:30 that looming;
Ahuna came for the key of the
store ; hud no talk witli him on busi
ness ; a native cumo later and called
me to cpuie ,to my store quick.
Croaearunlhod 1 The burner's
shop 1 wns at was opposite Hart's
ice-cream saloon ; was there after
eating my dinner ; went to dinner
about 12 :30, and was about an hour
at it; must have been 1:30 before I
went to the barber's ; was only there
about two minutes; went straight
back to my storo ; was thero at 2 ;
saw no Chinaman enter store about
2 o'clock, nor anybody while Ahuna
wns out nt his lunch ; was making
out bills at tho time, and could have
seen anybody coming into the store ;
do not know Ah Choy ; never saw
him till in Court ; went away as soon
as' Ahuna returned, to my room to
make my toilet; wns about 15 min
utes making my toilet; was about
10 minutes going to Marcos's ; went
by Alakea street to Bcretania street,
and did not stop anywhere on the
way; arrived' at Marcos's about a
qliartor to 3 ; Roche was there before
me ; look out watch on getting into
house, and it was 10 minutes to 3;
went right down Fort street and to
Levey's; did not tell my clerk I was
going to tho College ; left for
Levey's with Capt. Arnaud and
Roche; it was after three when
Arnaud returned to Levey's from
Whiting's; it was 3:20 when we
arrived at St. Louis College; left
there at 5 : 15 ; 1 loekert the storo
that night at 5:15; back door is
locked by a bar ; 011)3' way to get in
is by front door, of which I keep
the key. That valise belongs to
my store ; saw it on Saturday morn
ing between legs of policeman ; met
'Capt. Arnaud outside of the store,
who said something funny had hap
pened in the store, that opium had
been found ; did not kick the valise
before speaking to the policeman ;
then picked up valise and laid it one
side ; that man there (Good) was
the olllcer; he pointed to the valise
before 1 took it up ; when accused
by the ofllcer of having opium, I
said 1 did not know where it came
from; asked, "Is it possible V"
said no more to the ofllcer
or to anybod' till 1 asked Ahuna
where that came from, and who
brought it there. Ahuna was in 1113'
employ since coming here four
Attorney-General Was Ahuna
commissioned to buy goods for3'oii?
Mr. Whiting objected"" that this
was not cross-examination ; there
was nothing in the chief examina
tion regarding that.
Mr. Creighton contended in the
same connection that there was a
law that when a defendant testified
in his own behalf, he co.uld not be
cross-examined on aii3 point not in
the exact line of -his direct examina
tion. After further argument by Messrs.
Whiting and Neumann, and reply by
the Attorney-General, the Court sus
tained the objection.
Witness continued: Did not take
valise or trunk from store to lodging
room on Thursday, AVednelay, or
Frid.13' morning; Capt. Arnaud
bought a trunk from me and took it
to my room on Tuesday.
The defense here rested.
J. II. Soper, ex-Marshal was
called in rebuttal 1)3' the pro
secution, and testified: At about 2
o'clock on Friday, 30th July, 1 was
at Mclnerny's store, which com
mands a full view of Michiels'
store ; saw Ah Choy enter Michiels'
store at that time ; he stayed about
five minutes in the store, and I saw
him come out; heard defendant say
he left his storo at 2:10; saw Mich
iels go to the Post Oflico about 20
minutes after I saw All Choy come
out of the store ; know it was Mich
iels; Mr. Dayton was with me, but
his back was toward the Post Office.
II. Barber, sworn : Saw defendant
on Thursday or Friday last, with
another gentleman ; the other was
carrying a valise.
At 12 the Court took recess till
Dit. WiUTNuy'H Dental Rooms Will
be closed from Tuesday, August 10th,
until noon, September 13th. -It
A utibts' Materials, l'lnqucs, Panels
Stretchors, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
HroH.' Art storu. 9!) Gt:
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to tho reliable Elito Ice
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel Mtreet. Their
Ico Cream is recognized as tlio best
in town by all connoisfieuiH. 01
Dn. Flint's Hkaht Rkmkdv is a
Specific for all fomiH of Heart Dis-ent-o
and also for Disenncn of Kidneys
and Circulation, Descriptive book
with every bottlo. Ueiibon Smith &
Co,, Agents, , 351
Patkonizk liouui Industry by buy
ing cigars of J, W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where he is propaicd to fill nil
orders nt tho lowest poi-biblo whole
sale prices, Island ordutd holicited
and piomptly filled. The attention
of dealers is lespectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
bell these cigars. Do not forget the
name .1. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Mu. II. J. HART,
Proprietor of the Elito Ice Cream
Parlors, Honolulu, II. I.,
Deau Sin: It gives mo pleasure
to statotoyou, that thoso 3 artistic
ornamented Wedding and Bridul
Cakes which you made on my order
for Cupt, Ahlborn's Wedding at
Jlhpe, Kauai arrived in good condi
tion and woio admired by everybody
present -for beautiful debigti of
ornaments and moro bo for thu rich
quulity and fiuu flavor of tho cuke
itself. Yours truly, W. F. Glauk.
Honolulu, II. 1,
WHAT DISHAELI DID,
Without great fortune, without
patronage, wliithout popular agita
tion, with tlio popular subset iption
of mone which two of his famous
contemporniios, Cobdcn and O'Con
noil, did not dibdaiu, ho laised him.
self from a very utdiunrj, though
not mean, station to the I'ritne
Miuistcrsliip of England, mid to
something which has been mistaken
by men not altogether fools for the
nrbltorship of Europe. I do not
mention his earldom, because that
has been obtained by quite oilier
sorts of persons, and because
it has been suspected that at least
one part of Mr. Disraeli's reasons
for accepting it wnhgood-hunioured
delight in' feeling that the l'act.of
his acceptance made u similar accep
tance by other people, who would
really havo liked, it much more, a
political impossibility. As to what
he did for ICughiiid we get once
again into contested matter. Let it
only be bnid what tho men referred
to, some of whom have not been
deemed fools, thought ho did for
England. They thought and it
would appear have not censed to
think after seven twelve months anil
a day that ho raised the country
once more to its proper position
among Euiopenn nations, after a
generation of backsliding; that ho
put it in a state to maintain, if it
chose, that position; that he ranked
as a kind of pacific Wellington, as a
bloodless .Marlborough, as a restorer
of English honour after a long
eclipse. Very likely they wcie
wrong; on that point it would bo
improper to oiler tho least opinion
here. But who ols-o that can be
mentioned has over spi cad such an
opinion of himself and his actions,
not among tho thirty- millions
"mostly fools" but among tho
thousands of hundtods, some, at
least, of whom are most certainly
not foolibh? Georgo SaintBbury in
"The Magazine of Art."
TALENTED ADVOCATE OF THE MIND
C JRE AND THE DIVINITY OF NATURE.
W. J. Colville, the great mnla
physical teacher in Boston, is one of
the most extiaordiuay men on the
planet. lie does ten times the talk
ing of 11113' clergyman and levels in
doing it. lie does more than talk.
He is a Hood of ideas. He is always
wound up and ready for action.
His body is small, his mind large,
he is never daunted b3' questions
put him by his audience. These
seem to him but as spins. His hall
(Berkeley Hall) is one of the finest
in the city. He is his own choir, his
own oiganibt, bis own pianist. He
can run every department of a meet
ing, commence with an improvised
poem (the subject being given by
the audience) and end with another
a quarter of an hour in length, if
he or what is behind him feels like
it. He is now but 28 years of age.
He has been lecturing from the age
of 17. When a child of 5 years he
says he heard poems in the air as
well as lectin es on bis peculiar philo
sophy, lie is never at a loss for a
text and can get one out of any
thing, from a turnip up to a planet.
Off tlie platform he scorns as simple
as a child, but as deep as a serpent.
He will ask what may be deemed the
most S1II3' questions, or make re
marks of a like nature. He amuses
himself b3' the thought and opinion
of the people about him, who .size
liim up in consequence as a simple
ton. He is peculiar in his manner.
His peculiarity is himself perhaps
but a small part of his 11111113' selves
or sides of himself.
.MINI AND MATTKIt.
He seems insensible to fatigue
and is invulnerable to an extreme
temperature, whether of heat or
cold. His theory that mind in all
things is superior to mailer and can
master it he seems to cany out in
practice. He is an extremist in
nothing save in his advpcac3' of the
idea that all medicine in healing
save mind, and one's own mind at
that is unnecessary, and that even
when taken and a cure effected the
result is more" duo to faith in the
drug than the ding itself. Ho gives
Bpecilic mental causes for every dis
ease. When Colville h not lectur
ing on nietuplnsics, ho is giving
brilliant eShays on noted characters
such as Dickens, Shakespere, Byron,
etc. He analyses and goes through
a character and a nature down to
the bedrock and picks out every
grain of gold in it. lu is per
petually getting up and giving bene
fits to deserving, uud sometimes un
deserving, chari .able objects. Somo
of these objects are Individuals, and
some are nut. . Ho has a certain
following of that class who can't
help themselves, who don't want to,
and who are always propping them
selves up by fcomu strong proppor.
He turns a ro:uly ear to eveiy tnlo
of distress, and frequently turns his
purse iipnidu down in the same
direction, Ho will buy a new over
coat which in u fortnight will be on
another man's buck, while Colvillo
is wearing his old one. He has been
thus milked regularly, so that if his
purse was lull on .Monday the buck
skin would be empty on Wednesday.
Tin: cm:i:i) or natuiu:.
Though he preaches no creed, and
does preach a faith unlike nny.the
ology, he attends mass quito regu
larly. Hence the leport among somo
of the moro violent anti-Catholics
that he is a Jesuit in disguise. Ie
preaches simply tho divinity of
pntiiral laws, and tho fact that
through knowledge of natural laws
oven greater things are coining than
the so-called miracles of Biblical
history. He believes in tho Christ
philosophy and tho reality of what
Christ performed. He does not b6'
lievc or preach the worship of Christ
as an individual, but the worship
and devout following of irutli,
whether given through the Jesus of
the Jews or the Cliristna of tho
Hindoo. He will take any Biblical
text, and with it waltz around nn3
clergyman, give him all the points
nud distance him 011 his own ground.
He antagonises no point in Scrip
ture, but rather builds himself on it
and makes himself act tho text
stronger than ever. He believes In
prn3,er, oral or verbal, as a scientific
factor in tlio kingdom of nature,
whether uttcrred b' a man or ex
pressed in the inherent desire in
plant or animal for an ever-growing
siiperiont3'. He argues that tho
highest, tho best, the most powerful
life is that which becomes a never
ceasing and almost involuntary and
unconscious mental condition of
pnycr. lie seems to "rejoice ever
more" as well as to "pray without
ceasing," and is as full of fun and
life nsa kitten. Auckland Evening
Star. L b
THE OLDEST WOMAN IN FRANCE.
Who is she? Tho oldest person
in Franco, perhaps in the world.
She was born March 1G, 17G1, and
is therefore, 125 3'cars old. Im
possible? Indeed, it is undoubtedly
true. Aiyonc who cares ma3' for
himself sec the authentic record of
her birth. It is to be found in the
parish register of St. Just de Claix
in the department of tho Iscre. The
venerable woman still lives there in
the small village of Aubcrivc on
Roynns. Has she. any family? I
believe not. She had one son, who
died in 1810, being then thirty-three
years old. Her maiden name was
Mario Durund, and she was married
when a mere child. Her husband
died and she took a second, his
name being Girard. They lived at
Aubcrivc until 18M, when the Aus
trian Army invaded tho Iscre coun
tr3r. Then she dressed in a man's
clothes, and with her husband fled
to the sea. Tlie3' wore fellow sailors
on shipboard for seven 3'ears with
out her disguise being betrayed.
Then her husband was killed in a
brawl, and she slew his murderer,
and then returned to Auberive to
spend her remaining years in widow
hood. She lives in a miserable hut,
all alone, and has been able to make
her own clothes, cook her own food,
and attend to all her wants herself
until two or three 3'ears ago. Since
then her sight has failed, so that she
is no longer able to thread her
needle, and she has for somo time
been too feeble to leave her bed.
So the parish has hired a neighbor
to attend to her. For more
than ninety years she has not tasted
meat nor drunk wine, nor spoke to a
priest. WI13'? .She says meat docs
not agree with her, and so she has
lived almost exclusive' on a broth
made of cabbage, potatoes and oil,
and bread and butter. As to wine,
she docs not care for it, though now
nud then she takes as a medicine a
spoonful of "white brandy," which is
made from the tender branches of
grapevines. WI13' she dislikes the
priest no one knows, nor will she
explain. Occasionally the cure of
the parish visits her, but she will
hot speak to him nor notice him in
ai)3r wa3r. This antipathy to priests
dales from about tho time of her
second marriage, but she will not
utter a word in explanation of it,
though on over3' other subject she
has alwa3's been ready and willing
to Converse. T's letter in "Chi
TWO nice comfortable Cottages on
Lilian street, near School, each at
12 per month. Enquire at
JL S. GHINBAUM & CO.,
88 2w Queen street.
Lnrgo HAY HORSE
easy riding, and bro
ken to harness. Suit.
. ablo for Express or
F'.l.lw F. J. LOWREY.
TO THE PUBLIC.
flu Pacific Transfer Co.
Oillco with C. K. Miller,
12 .Merchant Street,
Boll Tel, 377, Mutual Tel., 301.
I am fully prepared to do all klndfjof
drayace, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantee to execute faith
fully. 02 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
IIaw'nCnrnajjoManf'g',Co., 00 100
K. O. Hall & Bon, 75 100
Intur.leland S. N. Co., 105 100
llell Telephone, 33 10
C. Urewcr & Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy, DO 100
Wiiiluku Sugar Co., 07 100
Waiinuualo, 170 100
St-iir.Mill. 4.'Q 600
Hiciproclty Sugar Co., HO 100
leu Compiiny, 87 100
L. A. TIIUltSTON, Stock llrokei.
W MiTnlianl Ktrpet. " 151 ly
Hlnco establishing our Mission in this
city, wo havo frequently been follcltcd
to prociuo larger and more convenient
quartera for worship andj Bible class,
quite a number expressing tlu'insclves
us willing to contribute toward tho
necetidary eincntc. Wo have now se.
cured tbc building on Fort street, for.
murly used as a gymnasium, thus incur,
ring qnliu a debt ; besides, tome changes
are nceetb&iy. Thercfoie wo would say
to all who would esteem it u privilege to
aid m in thu matter, lluit they can con.
fcr with Sir. N. F. Uurgess, or with tho
undersigned. L. A. SCOTT,
71 lm A. LA RUB.
A complaints havo reached me of
4.Jk IIUU 1IU1U BUU1U Ul JIIJ UU&kUIIIUIP
that they can purchase Hawaiian. rnridb
it, 1 beg to stntc that I bavo alwayn
transacted my business In t fair and
straightforward waj', charging thosama
price to nil alike, and selling at a
moderate rate; and at tlio same time I
would inform my customers and tho
public that from and after this date my
prlco will bo $7 per 100 lb?.
T. W. KMVL.NS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Leleo, Hono
lulu, June 21st. 00
fifliul Output Not tail !
Ryan's SBttili sin
Is now adjoining the rear of
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 involve the whole
frame, embracing the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and In fact the entire gland
ular sybtcm; and the aMicted drags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief from sullerlng. The discnte Is
often mistaken for othe complaints;
but if the reader will 119k himself the
following questions he will be able to
determine whether he himself is one of
the alllictcd: Have I dhlress, pain, or
dllllculty in breathing after eating? Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
drowsiness? Have the eyes n yellow
tinge? Does 11 thick, sticky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth in tbc
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
able taste? Is the toDguo coated? la
thero pain In the side- and back? Is
there u fullness about the right side as
if the liver were enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rlslug sud.
denly from an horizontal position? Are
.the secretions from the kidneys highly '
coloured, with 11 deposit after standing"?
Does food ferment soon after catinir.
accompanied by tlatulunec or belching
of gas from the stomach? Is there fre
quenl palpitation of the heart? These
various symptoms may not b'e present at
one time, but they tonnem the sufferer
in turn as the dreadful disease pro
giesses. If the case be one of long
standing, there will be a dry, hacking
cough, attended after 11 lime by expec
toration. In very advanced ctagc tho
skin assumes a dirty brownlih appear,
anee, and the hands ami feet are covered
by a cold btickjr perspiration. As the
liver and kidneys become more ami
more diseased, rheumatic pains appear,
and the usual treatment prove. entirely
unavailing against the latter agonising
disorder. The origin of this nialndy Is
indigestion or d y?pi'Piu , mid a small
quantity of the proper medicine will
remove the disease if taken in its iucip
iency. It is most important that tlio
disease should be promptly and properly
treated in its iirt stages, when a littlo
medicine will ellect a cure, and evon
when it has obtained a stiong hold tho
correct remedj' should be persevered in
until every vestige of the disease is
eradicated, unttl the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
11 health' condition. The surest and
most cllcctual remedy for this distress
ing complaint is "Soigel's Curative
Syrup," a vegetable preparation sold by
all cliemibts and mdicinc vendors
throughout the world, and by the pro
prietors, A. J. While, Limited, London,
B. C. This Syrvp strikes at the very
foundation of the disease, and drives it,
root and brunch, out of the bystcin. Ask
your chemist for ScigeVs Curative
"East-street Mills, Cambrirlgchcath,
"London, E. C, July 24th, 1&69
"Sir, It gives me great pleasure- to bo
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
I had suffered for somo length of time
from a severe foim of indigestion, and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. I had tried nil
possible means to get relief, by seeking
tho best medical advice. I had swallow,
cd sutlicicnt of their stuff lo Uoata niuu-of-war,
so to speak, but all to 110 avail.
A friend of mine, cominj, on tho sceno
in tha midst of my sufferings, brought
with him a bottlo of jour Scigel Syrup;
he advised me to try it, stating he felt
confident it would bcnetlt me. Being
weary of trysng so many drugs, I con
demned it before tiial, thinking it could
not possibly in me any good, but ultl.
mately determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a Bhort tlmo it work
ed B'ich a change in me that 1 continued
taking it for nearly two months, and 1
then felt thoroughly cured, for I lmvo
discontinued its use or live weeks, uud
feel in tho best of health, and can par.
take any kind of food with case uud
comfort. 1 am therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restored to.
tho state of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly. W. S. Fohsteiu
"To Mr. A. .1. White."
Those who are in the "Asthma
Furnace" should lyso no time 111 obtain
ing relief by the uso of "Thu liosini;.
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all tho
directions "to tho letter."
Poor Asthma tull'erer8, who are
strangers to "tired Nature's sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should msku uso
of "The Itoslnweed Tur Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chls
wick, 'February 17th. 1882.
"Messrs. Wnlte and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It is with great pleas,
lire that I add my testimony- to the
wonderful effects of Selgcl's r-ymp. For
years I uud been suffering from bllloiiH
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that I bhould not be able to lecognlsa
any one or anything nt the distance of a
yuid or two from my face. This would
bo followed by excessive tremblluK ot
my knees, so that 1 could not suind
without support; after which a severe
hcaducho would occur, lasting often two
or tbreo dags. I have tried various
remedies ior these distressing symptoms,
but until I tried tfclgel's Syrup 1 had no
relief. Since then 1 have had excellent
health in every respect, and If ever I
feel a headache coming 011 I take one
dose of thu Syrup, which Hirests it.
Hoping tliut Hits testimonial may be the.
menus of Inducing others (who suffer as.
I used) to try thu Syrup, as 1 fuel kure,
they will receive speedy bcnetlt and,
ultimately bo cured, I beg to remain,
'A. II. IIOIITOK."
Belgel's Operatluj; Pills prevent IU
effects from exeoss in eating or drluk
lug. A good dosu at bed-tline'reiidera
a person lit for huslndsa lu the morning.
If you havo Asthma use kThe Kubluwced