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TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1880.
, , ARI1IVALS.
Stmr W Q Hall from Komi mid Kiiu
Stnir 0 It bishop from Wnliiiinc
Uktno W H Dimond from San Kran-
Sclir Eva from San Fratieleo
fcJclir Wnllele from Knmi
Stmr Jns Mnkec for Walanac and Kauai
at 1 1' m
Stmr Iwalanl for Knirnl at 5 v m
Stmr Llkollkc for Knhulul
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kllauca Hon for Windward ports
Schr .Malolo for Laupukochoc
Schr Wallctc for Pnln
Schr Kulaiiianu for Koliolalcle
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Zealandla
Ger bk Livingstone
Bktne Mary Vinkclmnn, Backus
Jtk Calbarlcn, Hubbard .
Ger sehr Mnry O llnhm,
Ger bk Furst Bismarck, Vnndor Vlng
Bk lloldcn, Joycn-on
Norwegian bark Auiora, Sutterlaud
Haw brig Allle Howe, .T Phillip, from
Hongkong, due Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Bin batk Don Nicolas, Boss, from
Port Towinciul, WT, dee .Iuly20-;U.
Niu bk Klmijlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B C, due June M-HO.
Ger bark Pacific. Oilman, from Bro
nicn, duo Sept 20-1SO.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, AV T, due Aug 1-11.
Am tern Eva. .1 O Wikman, from
Port Townsend, W T. due Aug 10-20.
Brit bk Isle of Eiln, Nicholson, froth
Liverpool, due July 33-.U.
Am bkEdwaid Iltiv. Johnson, from
Boston, 'due August ?0-t 1 .
Brit ship Amana, fiom Liverpool, duo
Am sehr Ida Schuaucr, from Eureka,
Cal, duo at Kahului, July 20-:i0.
Brit bark Iioncrag, from Liverpool,
due October Ifi-HO.
Brit baik W 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, due October 1-20.
Am bhip Fairlield, from Hongkong,
duo Augut 20-30.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elsinorc, G W Jenks. from
Newcastle, N S V, due August 20-30.
Am bark Paeillc Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S V, due September
O S S Australia, (Haw), H Webber,
from San Francisco, August 2M.
RMSS Maruroa, (Brit) James Edie,
from the Colonics, en route to Sau
Francisco, due August 2Sth.
Am bgtue W II Dimond, W II Luce,
from San Francisco, due Aug 1015
Am bgtno Ella, Bust, from San Fran
cisco, due Aug 11-10
Am bgtnc Discovery, II Meyer, from
:San Francisco, due Aug 13-17
Am bark F P Letcluord, J Babcock,
from Hongkong, due Aug 11-18
.CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Wailelc tOO bags sugar
Schr EUukal 518 ba;.;s sugar, 400 paddy
and 30 bags taio
From Kauai, per stmr lwalain, Aug
8tU Hon D U Naliiuu, Hon J W Ka
lita, Hon E L Kauai, Hon G B Palobau,
Mrs P P Kanoa, J A Magoon, JNS
Williams, II W "Wilcox, U C Webb, J T
Wsiterkoiisc, Jr, Master John ami
George Waterhouse, Mrs C II Chapiu,
Miss L Green, J F Colburn and 3
children, Miss L Fiedcuberg, Miss M
Fredenbcrg and 71 deck passengers.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Ki-iia.ii-
Aug 0th H B II Princess Lilluo
'kalanl, II 11 II Princess Likclike,
Professor II Berger, Jos Aea, D K
Naouc, W Aylelt, Mrs S G Wilder, Sr,
A Young, Sr, ltev A O Foibesand wife,
Miss Forbes, Mrs F E Atwatcr Mrs C
AV Baldwin, J II Roves, Professor D D
Baldwin and wife, Misses Lizzie and
Susanah Crockett, J R S Kymiersley
and bride, M Koki wife and children,
VIrs Jas Wight. Geo F Holmes, W
.Jones, Misses Holmes (3), Mrs 11 Kuihe
Juui, Master Wight, U N Arnold, Jos
Helelube, Miss Deborah, Mrs Kcakaoka
.lani, Mrs Kamakau and 180 steerage
.passengers. For the Volcano: J II
'tioper, J Brodie, M M Rose, G W
Hughes, It II More, Mrs A Moore, G P
Wilder and Miss Helen Wilder.
Prom stmr W G Hall, from Kona
and Kim, Aug 10th D Foster, ON
Spencer, D Rankins, Mrs P McRay,
Hon J II S Martin, J R Robertson, Hon
V1 II Hiivselden and family, E Doyle,
Mis' A Ward, E W Holdsworth and 122
Schr Luka 1 laid up to receive a new
The P N Co has about 0,000 bags of
sugar in their warehouse for the bark
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: steamer W. G. Hall brings
news of abundance of rain at Kau.
A nativi: was badly bruised by
falling oil' Maalaea wharf this morn
ing. A QKNTLKMAN gttVO tWO UrcllillS 0
deserved thrashing this morning for
robbing bird nests.
Tin: Temple of Fashion will make
an important announcement to the
A HION bus been erected at tho im
migrant landing foibidding people to
bathe at that place.
Mil. J. Lyons has a special sale of
Chinese and Japanese goods at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning.
Mil, Mollcr, foimerly of Meller &
Halbo, speaks of le-oponing tho ico
cream parlor on King sheet.
-T - - -
Tiikiii: will be a go-as-you-pleaso
running race between experts, at the
Yosemit'o skating rink, to-moriow
An adjourned annual meeting of
tho Waimea Sugar Mill Co. will bo
held at 10 o'lock to-moirow morning,
at the ollico of Messrs. HoflVehlueger
Judoiko from tho number of car
riages being lepaired and awaiting
jepahu, Mr. A. Morgan's carriage
shop, King street, is doing a flourish
Oi'eiiations have commenced for
incicnsing the water supply of Hono
lulu. Earth was broken nbovu the
Jen Works yesterday, and the laying
of pipes will piobnbly begin to-day.
I'jmnckxhks Liliuoknlani and Like
like, woio passengers by the Kiuau
for llilo yesterday. They go to at
tend n Sunday School demonstration.
The Hawaiian Hand acconipanied
Jin, II. II. Armstrong, a nephew,
of Sir. Alexander Mathieson, of tho
gicnl banking and commercial house
of Jauline, Mathieson it Co. of Lon
don, China, and Calcutta, was a
passenger by tho "Alameda" Satur
day. Osi: of tho luxuries of rapid steam
comminution hctweon hero and San
Francisco is fresh frozen oysteis for
those who like them. Nolle,' Beaver
Saloon got a supply by tliu Zcalumlia
yesterday, and oyster-lovers who call
to-day will not bo too late.
Mu. Waterhow-u's Fort street sloio
front is one of tho prettiest in town.
Viewed from tho opposito side of thp
stieet, the carpeting material to tho
light and tho luces to tho left, show
to excellent advnntngo through tho
large plate glass windows.
AnotiT ten dissatisfied cattle drivers
assembled in front of the Pacific
Hardware Co.'s stoic this morning,
and made stump speeches to the
public. Tho speakers smothered the
words of their speeches, and all that
could bo caught was $1.00, and some
thing about gin.
Anothkk engagement is out; this
time between Mrs. Ben. llolladay and
Mr. William Irwin, of Honolulu. The
bride elect leturncd fiom bur visit to
tho Sandwich Islands by the last
steamer to prepare for the wedding,
which will take place in a few weeks,
and then we shall lose' her fiom
among us, as Honolulu will claim
her, for a time at least. San Fran
cisco News Letter.
Lv. Mr. J. Williams' Picture Gallery
arc three views of Honolulu thirty
years ago. These views belong
to non. W. J. Parke. They were
sketched from nature by Paul
Emmet, drawn on stone by G. II.
Burgess, and lithographed by Britton
&. Key. The old Royal school, Cus
tom House, steamer Akamai, the
Market, Place, Palace of Kameha
meha, Court House, Stono Church,
the U. S. Consulate, the residences of
prominent people, the bay and moun
tains, besides many objects of interest,
are shown in the pictures.
Mil. Luce is fixing up his new wine
and spirit store on Merchant street
in grand style. The lower floor is
used as a salesroom, and contains
many attractive ornaments, includ
ing a very large and handsome bottle
rack. The upper floor, i cached by
an elevator, is the storeroom. Tho
glas front of tho salesioom is being
ornamented with gilded letters, in
three languages English, Portu
guese, and Chinese by Geo. C.
Stiatemeyer. Ycsteiday Mr. Luce
treated some of his friends to samples
of a Chicago brew sent here on ico
bv Mr. Biuk.
Mits. M. Rose met with a painful
accident on Ninianu road ycsteiday
afternoon. She was riding in a car
riage, accompanied by her infant and
a girl of about 11 summers. Tlioy
had just passed the old lco Works
when tho horse shied at a dog. The
carriage was upset, and the occupants
thrown out. Mr. Rose received
bovero cuts about the face, while tho
children weic not hurt. Mrs. Hose's
injuries, though not . necei-j-arily
serious, required immediate medical
treatment. Dr. Gray was sent for,
and after dressing the wounds, made
tho patient as comfortable as possible.
Tub boring of the artesian well at
the residence of Hon. C. It. Bishop,
Emma street, has been abandoned.
After penetrating down through con
siderable stono, to the depth of 805
feet, a solid bed of rock was reached.
This bed is not that porous, watery
kind from which artesian wells often
get an almost exhaustible supply of
water ; but is a solid mass of close
grained rock that contains but little
water. Tho water of this well some
times rises slowly to the mouth, and
then subsides. Tho ilow is not suffi
cient to warrant piping, and tho
water could only bo mado available
by tho aid of a mill, or by some other
forcible means. Mr. W. E. Rowell
suggested tho uso of dynamito to
loosen the bed rock, but it has been
decided not to resort to such violent
means for procuring wator
Wc arc glad to learn that the re
port of the death of Mr. George
Muller, the venerable London
philanthropist, is unfounded. It
arose from a lady misreading a let
ter, which informed her of the death
of Mr. George Walker', which nanio
she mistook for Mr. George Muller.
The report referred to was repub
lished in this paper.
THE HAWAIIAN MINISTER CONE A
Tho following is from tho Mon
treul Witness of recent date, but it
does not read exoctly to let the
Canadians know that $rr, Carter is
the Hawaiian Minister to Washing
ton : The Hon. Lionel Sackville
West, tho British Minister, and the
lion. II. A. P. Carter, tip minister
to tho Sandwich Islands, who woro
In Boston at tho Brunswick over
,Siinday and Monday, have left for
Canada, where, after a few days
given up to affairs of state at
Ottawa, they are Jq go upon a fish
ing excursion to the northern part
of Canada, Tho Misses West,' the
daughters of the minister, sailed for
Europe last Saturday.
A HEAVY STAKE.
A New York despatcli ot July 21
says: Mr. Norman L. Monroe has
offered to race his steam launch,
"Ilcniictta" against Mr. JnyGoijld's
steam yacht "Atlanta," fromLarch
inont to Now London for S 100,000,
tho stake of tho loser to lie given to
tho charities of New Yoik.
Our townsman, Mr. II. W. Lnine,
who went to tho Coast by tho Zca
landia a few weeks ago to take part
hi the encampment and grand
parade of the Grand Army of tho
Republic in San Francisco, was, on
arrival, waited on by the Commander-in-chief,
and assigned a
position on his staff. The Hawaiian
ling of tho Geo. W. DcLoug Post
will ho borne ou parade, bv Comrade
Vf. 12. Smith.
THE COURT AT LI HUE.
Among the cases of importance
tried at the session of the Circuit
Court held at Lihuc last week-was
ono in which a Japanese was tried
and condemned for perjury. The
charge was brought in connection
with a suit brought against Dr. John
Borland of Waimea by the Jap, with
the evident object of breaking his
labor contract. It is certainly time
that sonic of the false testifying in
court be punished. But it seems a
pity that some of the more intelli
gent perjurers cannot be made to
Another case was a charge of
highway robbery against a Spaniard
and a half-white boy. The robbery
was committed upon a Chinaman on
the road between Lihue and Koloa.
The foreign jury found the Spaniard
guilty. The case before the native
jury had not rendered their verdict
yet at the time the Iwalani sailed.
Chinamen ceitainly ought to have
the same protection of the laws that
other residents enjoy, lloodluni
ism has made its appearance in tup
Islands and it ought to be stamped
out. A judge's tenure of olllce in
this country does not depend upon
the measure of his hatred of the
Chinese, and roughs from' California
will soon become aware of the fact.
Drunkenness ; Kalauikuu, Kamea
loha, John Freclenberg, Keoki, Hy
Brown, John Mitchell and Hopu;
80 each. Affray ; Ahuna and Peka,
Disorderly conduct; Gon Fai,
hard labor -18 hours and cost $1.20.
Assault and battery, with a gun,
on Ancko, by shooting, on the tflst
ult; Tong See admitted the assault,
but pleaded justification. Found
not guilty and discharged.
Aktists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art btore. 90 Gt.
For fine Ico Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to the reliable Elite lee
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ico Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 91
Dit. Flint's Remit Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart DV
caso and uleo for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Agents. .151
WEST, DOW & CO.
Have received, ex Zcalandia, a lot of
cheap Bedroom Sets, Bureaus, Bed
steads, Walnut Tables, 'Music Books,
Instruction Books of all kinds, Shoot
Music, Stereoscopic Views, Veloci
pedes, Carts, Aitist's Canvass, Bats
and Balls. People who have ordeied
sheet music arc requested to call
early. -100 lit
Patronize Homu Industry by buy
ing cign.H of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
MauufiiciUier, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where lie is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possiblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is requited" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingley, nor tho placo
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel btreet.
A UNIVERSAL PANACEA.
A Swedish physician, ono Dr.
Grusdibach, has discovered a per
fect euro for every known ailment.
He treats his patients as if the' were
Carcases of Now Zealand mutton,
frcc.es them into a state of insensi
bility, and when, ufter a year or two,
they nro thawed amiin and set ou
their legs, the
aro in tho best of
and spirits. Lot
us all go and get frozen.
WHAT ENCLAND HAS DONE FOR INDIA.
M. ltemcuyi, the celebrated
violinst, has been travelling in India,
playing the part of a political ob
server, as well n musician, and ho
sums up his deductions from what
he has seen as follows in tho Madras
Mail: "Englishmen ought to bo
more proud of having been ublo to
govern India's vast population
than of anything else. No other
nation on earth could havo under
taken such u groat task with such
glorious resujts. Don't misunder
stand inc. I do not mean to say
that England's ruo in Juriiu is jicrr
fection fur from it but it is tho
best posbiblu under tho million of
dillloultios which must havo obstruct
ed tho path of tho Englibh; and I re
peat it again, and with emphasis,
that Englishmen ought to congratu
late .bcniselyca on tho happy re-
suit of their government of glorious,
grand old India, for, through her
colonizing genius, England liasdono
more good to humanity than thou
sands of visionary utopists uud poli
ticastcrsi" JVtto York Tribune..
Captain Hume, in the course of a
lecture delivered at tho Hull Royal
Institution on Apiil 13, after tracing
the various overland routes to India
as far back as the reign of tjucen
Elizabeth, said that the history of
the Peninsular and Oriental Com
pany was of considerable interest,
not only as the oldest and finest of
the many steam ileets of the present
day, but from its having been, for
neatly half a century, the connect
ing link between England and her
possessions and 'colonics in the Far
East, and also as illustrating the
progress of naval architecture and
murine engineering during the same
period. Before the year 1837 tho
Peninsular mails were conveyed by
sailing post-office- packets between
Falmouth and Lisbon, but, in con
sequenccof the irregularity of their
arrivals and departures, the first
mail contiact was signed with the
Peninsular Steamship Company,
which had been started a year or
two befoie. In 1812 the company
obtained the contract for conveying
the mails to India by the overland
route, and gradually also extended
their operations to China and Austra
lia. The service, which was at first
monthly, in 185 1 became a weekly
one, and remains so to the present
time. The development of steam
communication with India rendered
imperative a shorter route than the
old ono fi' the Cape, and although
for centuries communication had
been maintained byTartais across
Asia Minor to Constantinople, it
was not until Lieutenant Waghorn
in 1829, made the journey from
England via Trieste and Alexandria,
and thence across the Egyptian
desert to Suez, that the scheme was
considered practicable. He did not
succeed ,in reaching India in tho
time ho ' anticipated, the steamer
which was sent to meet him having
broken down, and he had to hire an
open native boat and to sail down
the Red Sea to Jcddah, subsequently
reaching Bombay 142 days after
leaving London. Not discouraged,
Waghorn returned to London, and,
in spite of ridicule and opposition,
with the assistance of Mehemet AH,
he organized the . route through
Egypt, by sailing boats at first, a'nd
later on by small steamers, to Cairo,
and from thence, some eighty miles
across the sandy desert, to Suez by
waggons. The lecturer gave a
graphic description of his own ex
perience when crossing as passenger
to India to join the Calcutta station
of tho P. and O. Steam Navigation
Company, before the railway or the
Suez Canal was begun. Some idea
of the magnitude of the P. and O.
Company might be gathered from
the fact that the total revenue last
vear amounted to nearly two and a
half millions, and the Canal dues to
nearly 200,000. The magnificent
lleet of this company consisted of
fifty-one splendid ocean-going steam
ers, besides tugs and tenders, with
a registered tonnage of 178,227 tons.
After giving some very interesting
particulars of the mail contract, the
lecturer referred to the Orient Steam
Navigation Company, which, though
but comparatively recently estab
lished, consisted of six splendid
steamers, and, in conjunction with
the Pacific Steam Navigation Com
pany, i an fortnightly between Lon
don and Auslialia, and the steamers
of which line have made some re
markably quick passages. Captain
Hume then described the route taken
by each line, and gave a brief out
line of most of tho principal ports
p.n route starting fiom London and
proceeding to Brindisi via tho Mont
Ceuis Tunnel, and from thence by
steamer to Alexandria and across
Egypt, proceeding down the Red
Sea and across the Indian Ocean to
Bombay, and on to Japan and
Australia. China Mail.
A CURIOUS SHIPWRECK.
A daily paper gives the following
account of a singular shipwreck
from tho lips of Captain White, of
the brig Ada L. White, which was
abandoned and lost on her recent
voyago from llio Janeiro to New
York. Captain White said it was
lino summer weather, with tho
mercury standing at 80 deg. in tho
shade, when they left Bio, December
10, with 1 1,218 bags of coffee on
board. Tho voyago continued with
out incident until the brig was off
Jamaica, when a galo camo howling
from tho north west, and lasted for
three days. But it was several days
later, when 1G0 miles out at bea, off
Hal terns, that the great storm winch
wrecked lliein was encountered. Tho
waves ran high, tho wind blew
almost a hurricane, and lashed the
ocean into foam ; wave after wave
broke over tho ship, mid finally
enough water got below to wet the
cargo. Then tho coffee began to
swell, the bags burst, and more
water got in. The coffeo which was
forced out of tho open sacks floated
into the pumps, and soon disabled
them. It was now impossible to
reduce tho water in tho hold. Mcau
while tho fury of the storm in
creased, and the sea was terriblo to
behold, lu the midst of these scones
Of peril a now and terriblo danger
appcarcu. jiccausu or mo qisauien
pumps which wero chocked with
coffee, the eleven thousand bagu of
coffeo became thoroughly saturated,
niul tho whole mass roso like yeast.
With a shock that shook tho vessel
to her ceutrc, tho deck burst open
with a crash of thunder. Tho
hatches were wrenched off as if
they were but paper, and great
seams opened in tho vessel, which
admitted the sea in torrents. All
hope was now lost. Nothing was to i
be done but leave the ship as
speedily as possible, for shu was
already getting in the white watersi
THE FIRST OF THE ATLANTIC
On tho 3rd of June, 1810, the
pioneer steamer of the Cunard-Linc
arrived at Boston fiom Liverpool
via Halifax. She was called tho
Unicorn, and sho mado the tliiough
passage in sixteen days, not very
bad timu foi a craft not much larger
than one of our ordinary tug-boats.
What a day it was for Boston, to bo
sure. Fioin early inoining u crowd
assembled at thu cuds of Long,
Cenluil, and Indian wharves, anx
iously awaiting a "tight of the ocean
steamer. At tho end of Central
whnvf a cannon was mounted. Can
non weiealso placed on the Cunard
wharf, and the revenue cutter, under
command of Captain Josiali Sturgis,
lay oil in tho stream ready to gioet
the stranger. Toward noon a hignol
ling was displayed on the Central
wharf observatory, and shortly after
wards a dense column of black
smoke was noticed moving up be
yond Fort Independence. Soon the
sooty-looking littlo steamer camo
nbienst of tho wharves, and the can
nonading began. As 'she passed
under the stern of tho revenuo cut
ter, Captain Stuigis filed off his big
guns with such effect that the cabin
windows of the Unicorn weio
broken, and pietty much all tho
glassware in the cabin smashed.
However, all were glad to see her,
and two days subsequently the City
Council gave a dinner to Mr. lijii
ward Gunnrd, son of Mr. S.uur-ol
Cunard, who came over in the ship,
and Capt. Douglass, commander of
the Unicorn. The Council with
their guests numbered 350, among
whom were members of tho legis
lative and judiciarv blanches of the
Government, officers of the United
States Government, tho British Con
sul, and quite a number of distin
guished strangers.' Mayor Clitipman
presided, and it was an interesting
and delightful affair. The Unicorn
was followed on July 18th by the
Britannia, the first big steamer that
ever entered Boston Harbour. She
made the passage in 14. days and 8
hours, bringing quite a littlo crowd
of passengers. Silio was enthusias
tically received, and on July 2 1st a
"Cunard Festival" was held in East
Boston, in a pavilion credited to
accommodate JJ,000 persons. The
advent of the large steamship
brought many Englishmen of note
to Boston, among them, in January
1812, Charles Dickens, who arrived
in the Britannia after a severe
passage of 18 days from Liverpool.
A CHAT ABOUT SLEEPINC.
Whatever tends to quicken the
circulation of blond in the brain will
prevent sleep. Whatever withdraws
blood from the brain will tend to
produce sleep. When the drowsy
student liies to keep himself awake
by wrapping wet towels round his
brow, he is striving by chilling the
surface of his head to drive the
blood inwards. When the sleepless
man piocurcs a night's rest, as the
result of violent bodily exertion, it
is because muscular effort attracts
to the muscular system an extra
supply of blood, and reduces tho
quantity coursing through the brain.
After a full meal the organs of
digestion drain the body of blood to
enable them to carry on their work.
The brain after n full meal is thus
depleted, and sound sleep not only
waits upon, but helps digestion. It
may bo asked, how is sleep pro
duced artificially by the agency of
drugs? Tliis is a question on which
physicians alone arc qualified to
speak. One may say that any drug
which will stimulate the ganglionic
nervous system, and cause the
blood-vessels to contract, would
The ordinary opiates do not net
in this manner. The general belief
is that they produce a great en
gorgement of the veins on tho sur
face of the brain, which in turn
produces unwonted compression of
the organ, and that to this compres
sion may be traced the advent of
Dr. tteid, the metaphysician,
could woik frr two days without a
break, if he got one sound sleep
after a full meal.
If the stories about Loid Biough
ton could be behoved, ho could work
on less sleep than most people rc
ciuirc. Frederick the Great and
John Hunter required only live
hours' sleep ; but it must not bo
supposed that because men with
exceptionally powerful nervous or
ganisation can dispense witli tho
normal quantity of bleep, it would
be safe for everybody to follow their
Tho sleep of tho heart, which wo
have seen to amount to eight hours
out of tho twenty-four, is a fair
indication of the quantity of sleep
which, on an average, ought to be
allowed to the brain. As Sir Thomas
Browne, the learned Knight of Nor
wich, hath it, "Half our days wo
pass in the shadow of the earth, and
tho brother of death extractclh a
third part of their lives." f Auck
land Evening Star,
An Alpine climber, Fraulter
Paulino Von Souklar, while follow
ing a dangerous path stumbled and
mot instantaneous death at tho bot
tom of a bteep precipice.
Special Sale of
I am Instructed by Mu'srs. Chow Wing
& Co., to sell at public auction,
On "Wednesday Aug. llthi
at 10 a.m., at their store, No. 84
Kutinnu Street, the
Entire Balance of their Stock,
consisting, in part, of .
Chinese and Japanese Vases and
Fine China Tea Sets,
Japanese Bronze Vnses,
Fancy Glasswaic, Flower Pots,
G union Seats with a
Variety of China Ware,
also, an assortment of Hardware,
Tito whole to be sold without reserve on
account of retiring from the business.
400 2t J. LYONS, Auct'r.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
42 Merchant St., Honolnln.
My moit falthrul attention will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tliu residents of tho
70 1 several Inlands of t liii group, fly
THE undersigned, having been np.
pointed an Assigneo of tho Estate
of P. Kauimnkaolc & Co. of Makaalae,
Hanu, Maul, bankrupts, all persons in.
debted to s.dd Estate are hereby notified
to pay the same immediately to the uu.
dersigned. W-. O. PA11KE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Aug. 7, 1880. 00 tw
Vf U11VXJ 1 1IC1UUJ givuti,
that I have
this dav revoked my power of At
torney to Apaii, aatcd btui uay oi Lie.
eember, 1880, recorded liber 07, page
223, in Register Olllce, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, 1880. 81 lm
Wo should Blot Out DiseaBO
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement of the stomach, but, if
neglected, ii in time involves the whole
frame, embracing the kidneys, liver,
pancicas, rnd i'i fret the cntiro gland
ular system; ind the afflicted drags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief fiom siuTeiing. The disease is
often mlrtakeii for other complaints;
but if the leader will ask himself the
following questions lie will be able to
determine whether he himself is one of
the atHieied: Have I distress, pain, or
diQlcully in breathing after eating? Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow
tinge? Does a thick, sticky mucous
L'utlier about the gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
ablo taste? Is-the tongue coated? Is
there pain in the sides and buck? Is
there a fullness about thu right side as
if the liver weie enlaiuiug? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud
denly from an horizontal position? Are
the secretions from the kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit after standing?
Docs food ferment boon after tilling,
accompanied by flatulence or belching
of gas from the stomach ? Is there fre
quent palpitation of the heart? These
various symptoms may not be present at
one time, but they torment the sufferer
in turn as the dreadful disease pro
gi esses. If the case be one of long
standing, there will be a dry, hacking
cough, attended after 'a time by expee
loiaiion. In very advanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty biownlsh appear,
mice, and the hands and feet are covered
by a cold sticky perspliation. As the
liver and kidneys become more and
more dUe.iscd, lheumaticpaius appear,
and tiie usual iuv.tment proves entirely
unavailing agnimt ihe latter agonising
dUoidci. The oiigin of this malady is
iudigeilion or dyspepsia, and a small
quaudly of the pioper medicine will
remove the d Lea to If taken in its incip
ieney. It is most impoit.int that the
disease sliou'd be momndy and properly
treated in 'Is lKt i.tivjcs, when a littlo
medicine wi)' effect a cine, nnd even
when L bus obtrJiicd n btlnn hold the
coi.ccl lemedy shou'd he pel severed In
until every ves-'ge of I 'O disease is
eradicated, until the I'ppctlle litis return
ed, tml tliedige tive oijn.is lestored to
a healthy condition. Tho smest and
most clfculual lemedy for this distress,
ing couiphdut is "Jclgcl's dilutive
byrup," n vegetable pioari'tion sold by
nil chemists and mdiciue vendors
Ihcoughout the world, and by tho pro
pilosis, A. J. White, Limited, Loudon,
E. !. T.'is Svrvp sti ikes at tlie very
foundation of the disease, and drives it,
toot and blanch, out of tho system. Ask
your chemist for Scigcrs Curative
"Ea6t-steet Mills, Cainbridge-heuth,
"London, E. C, July 24th. 1882
. "Sir, It gives me great pleasure to bo
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1 had suffered for somo length of time
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A fiiend ot mine, coming on the scene
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. FOR SALE.
1 UPRIGHT WESTERMAYEIl BEH.
1 LIN PIANO. Willing to letsamo
out, for a reasonable time. Apply to
97 lw E. W. JORDAN, Fort HU
PAINTING ! "
Having Fccutcd the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
no are prepared to execute all
House or SSig'ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is hereby given tlmt in ac
cordance with a Power of Sale
contained in a certain tnortgngo deed,
dated the 2nd day of September, A.D.
1684, made by Ioane Moluhi of Wallua.
ukn, Kawalhnu, Island of Kauai, to
John Ross of Honolulu, and recorded in
the ollico of the Registrar of Convey
ances, nt Honolulu, in Liber 91, on
pnges 180 nnd 181, and for a breach of
conditions in said mortgage deed con
tained, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
all and singular the premises dc-crlbed
in said mortgage deed, will, nfter the
time limited hy law, be sold at public
auction in Honolulu.
Thu property to be Fold under the said
power of Salc'is situated nt Lcleo, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oaliu, and consists of
a House and Lot, more particularly des
cribed in R.P. 2'2.-8, L.C.A. 213.
JOHN ROSS, Mortgagee.
Bv W. C. Paiike, his Attorney.
Honolulu, July 2-1, 1888. 88 3w
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, SarE.iparllla,
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
made from the pure Apple, allof which
we guarantee to he the best.
B3f N'c also Invite parties intending
starting stores for the sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
toicdll on us before going elsewhere.
le Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Box 897, Honolulu.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tine Best DEfconte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and'staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.h. oa
Friday, August 13th.
Tho steamer passes along tho on tiro
coast of the leeward side of Iluwuil, af
fording touribtH a panorama of charm.
Ing scenery, and will stop at Kculake
kua Buy, where sufllcient time is nllow.
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists hy this route rearh Ptinaluu
at 5 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night on tho
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punalmi there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will he conveyed
by railroad to Pahuln. thence by stage
couch to Half-way House, where horses
and guides will he in attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day nt thu Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY AUM1TAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or nt tho ofllco of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. 370 0m
Will bo open ovoiy attcrnoou and evem
ing us follows:
Slondny, Tut'ttduy, WcrinrMdny aud
To tho public in general.
For ladies nnd gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen uud children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL. Maniger.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT COKNEK OF FORT AND
School Streets, belonging to Mr, it.
Loulssou. Enquire ut thu ollico of
M, S. GIUNBAUM & CO.,
83 lm Queen uect