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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 188G.
Stmr Wnlnleale from Ran Francisco
Sclir ' aturina from Walniannlo
Schr Wnllol' from Kuan
Srlir Canute from Laupahoehoo '
, ,n DElARTURESy"
Schr Mnna for llonomu
. VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Wallelc for Pata
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktne Dlsoovciy, Meyer
Bktne W 11 DIniond Swift
Turn Ev . Wlkman
Ger bk Llvlngstono
Bktne Mary Wlnkelninn, Backus
Ger schr Mary G Uolini,
Haw brig AlllcRowe, .1 Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Aug 3-iO.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Port Townseml. W T, duo July 20-31.
XIo bk lllmijlo, Howard, fiom De
parture Bay, 1$ i', duo Juno j;i-3().
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-'.t0.
Ain bark California, from Port Town
Bend. W T, due Aug 1-11.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due Julv 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-111.
Brit ship Amana, from Liverpool, due
August 10- to.
Am schr Ida Sehuauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at ICahulul, July 20-30.
Drit bark Iioncrag, from Liverpool,
due October 15-30.
Brit bark W 11 Watson, front Liver
pool, due October 1-20.
Am ship Fairfield, from Hongkong,
due August 20-30.
Am bark Xleolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elslnorc, G W .Teaks, from
Newcastle, N S W, duo August 20-30.
Am bark Pacific Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S W, due September
O S S Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Francisco, August 23d.
BS1SS Mararoa, (BiTt) James Edle,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, dm- August 28th.
-. Am bark F P Lotchtord, J Babcock,
from Hongkong, duo Aug 11-18
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Wnllele 1S7 bags sugar.
Schr Canute 3,300 bags sugar.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalunl, Aug
17 H H Wilcox, G Markham and bride.
H Bertleman and bride, MUs Fannie
Maikham, C C Webb, Master James
Lloyd, Rev Father Leonor, S Decker,
Mr ICauka. E Hoa, C Al Cook, Miss E L
Keola, Mis Kahie, and about !)4 deck.
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Kinau, Aui; I" Ills Excellency Gov
ernor J O Dominis, Mrs II Ouun, Airs S
G Wilder, Aliss Wilcox. M G Oorreo, J
Steeplebeen. Brothers Joseph, Thomas,
Ignatius and Paul, Rev W H Barnes,
Rev Air Dunuau, ilis B Nowlelu and
cousin, Miss Stella Keoinallani, Air Bago
and wife, Aliss Kate Lfiwis, At Anie
mann, W Y Horner, Sr, Airs II T
Walker aud 2 chil 'reu. W J Sheldon,
Mr Wight, J L Blaisdell, Mr Wessels,
Aliss Fltzslmuions, Al N Saundcis, -Jt D
Walbiidge, C Afong, F E Atwutci" Rev
Fathers llolsteiu, Olivier and Celestial,
Alisscs Wilson (2), Airs Schulizy, Air
WalL-r, J R Kenton, F Austlu, Air
WItchey, Aliss Taylor, Miss Harrison,
Slaater Taylor, and about 200 deck.
The schooner Waloli which is being
repaired will ho stripped of all her cop
per aud will be copper painted.
In San Francisco, on thcGth lust., Air.
Frederick Banning, for many years a
resident at this city and paltrier of the
firm of Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co. Aged
53 years and G months.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The usual services at the churches
sale again to-morrow,
fc Co.'s credit
Martineixis' Cider, for salo by
Mesfars. Alacfarlanco & Co., is going
. . .
Special meeting of Lodgo Le Pro
gres will bo held this evening, at 7 :30
A I'Aiicur. of clothing has been sent
to this office, by Airs. O. W. Hart, lor
the Branch Hospital.
. . .
Mn. Banning, Sr., partner of the
firm of Ed. Hoil'schlaeger & Co., died
at San Francisco August (itli.
There will be a meeting of Hono
lulu Commandery to-nionow evening,
at 7 :30 o'clock. Red cross degree.
Mr. Thomas, contractor, is now
putting the roof on Mr. J.'F. Col
burn's new hay and grain storo, King
Cattain Phillips, of tho Allie
Rowo, has promised to bring about
40 canary birds from Hongkong, for
AHis. Lyons 'means what sho
says," and by reading her advertise
ment in this papor you will learn
what sho says.
Jin. Hcnick has just finished, and
has on exhibition, an artistically
made ami splendidly polished cala
bash of Koa and kou woods.
The regular quarterly meeting of
tho shareholders of tho Union Feed
Co. will bo held at noon to-morrow,
in tho office of U. W. Alacfarlano &
The legular business meeting of
tho Y. M. G. A to have been hold
to-morrow evening, will not take
place, being postponed for tho present
People residing in tho vicinity of
Punchbowl and School streets com
plain of tho wator being shut oil" very
often, and without any previous notification.
Miss Lucas has been very fortu
nato of lato in raising canaries. Cap
tain Hubbard is to be honored with
a pair of them, when ho arrives with
his now vessel.
The total amount of claims proved
before His Honor Justico Preston, in
tho bankrupt estate of J. F. Mc
Laughlin, is .$1,958.18. Air. V. O.
l'nrku is likely to bo elected assignee.
The Honolulu Rifles, in fatigue uni
form, will assemble at the old armory
at 7:110 o'clock this cvoning. They
will march, headed by the drum
corps, to their new armory, Beretania
jstrect, whero they will bo introduced
to heir new Captain.
Picture Frames and Cornices
nmclo to order, old Fi nines repaired,
regildcd, etc. King Bios'. Art Store.
Du. 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, Ml
For lino Ico Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to the reliable Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel stieet. Their
Ico Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseur.. 1)1
O "The Phk is
Mightier than 5
Titn Mo-r.i.,.1" TM,r,lo o,. .....1 .,11 K
&.... fcj ,wit.' .L.l.tbo DUi (.1... (II. -,
swords in Hon. Kaulukou'scn
army will not achieve sucn vic
tories as will the splendid assort-q
jmciit of Gold Pens now on viewg
gat J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s store. -,
" Holders to match in styles to suit
P everybody's liking. Get ono, and
S3 be a conqueror thereby in love, v,
olilcraturoorlawt 403-4 1
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. "W. Hinglcy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whero he is prepared to fill all
ot dors at. tho lowest possible whole
salo prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hinglcy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Yesterday afternoon the Custom
House officials received information,
from u Chinaman, that GO tins of
opium were in possession of a Chi
nese passenger on the steamer Ki
nau. Mr. John Markham, who wore
no star and who was not known to
the opium smuggler, cornered the
celestial and said, in un off-hand
way, whoso baggage is this? point
ing to some bundles on the deck.
"They belong me," answered the
Chinaman. Whereupon officer Win
chester, who was standing close bj'
all the time, stepped forward and
arrested the Chinaman. Twenty
two half-pound tins of opium were
found among the celestial's traps.
The balance of the supposed GO tins
(38), was not found. The China
man was taken to the lock-up, while
the confiscated drug wus taken to
the Custom House.
A BOLD ROBBERY.
Yesterday between 10 o'clock a. m.
and 4 :45 r. m the residence of Mr.
Daniel Logan, of this paper, at Pa
lama was burglariously entered, and
a variety of articles carried off.
The premises adjoin the Reforma
tory School lot, the lear of the
buildings being within about two
feet of the fence. The family were
absent during the hours specified
above. The house was entered by
a side window on tho mauka side.
The upper sasli had been down to
tliu first catch. The burglar climb
ing up the side, evidently reached
over tho sash, loosoned the catch
inside and got tho window open.
The rooms were nil ransacked,
the back door opened, and the
stolen goods carried out by it. The
thieves left a trail of small articles,
dropped on the ground, from the
back door to the school fence. The
top'Of one of the fence pickets was
found newly broken off. The indi
cations were that the burglars had
come and gone over the school
fence. The principal articles taken
are a suit of men's clothes, a num
ber of coats and other articles of
wearing apparel, -a medium sized
valise, a silver watcli with gold plated
chain. The value of the articlis
missing is about S7f. Tho matter
was at once placed in tiie Jiands of
tho police, for investigation.
It is rumored that tho steamer
Lehua will, when ready for sea,
sail to Kauai; that thu Kinnu will
make a circuit of Hawaii; that
Wilder's S. S. Co. are going to have
two new steamers built; that Mr.
Geo. Beckley will receive tho Gov
ernorship of Hawaii, as soon as cer
tain arrangements aro completed;
that there will bo borne difficulty be
tween the Inter-Island Steamship
companies, if one iufiiiigcs on the
other's rights; that Cameron and
Macauluy, with the schooners Emma
and Waichu, intend to prove that
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co. does not own Kauai ; that tho
repairing of the schooner Hammouia
will cost $3,000 ; that the baseball
season is about over; that next Sat
urday's game will not bo played ;
that the Rilles aro becoming popu
lar ; that cx-Ministcr Kupcua will bo
sent on a mission to Samoa; that
Col. Curtis Iauken will soon bo
Minister of Foreign Affairs; that
Jlon. J. W. Kalua will bo appointed
Sheriff of Maui ; that four Hawaiian
gills will bo sent abroad to bo edu
cated; that Miss Isabella Muilo
Nowlcin, one of the four, will bo
sent to Italy) that Hopkins and
Kamana, night-watchmen at the
Government Building, have been
dismissed, to bo succeeded by Edwin
0 LUS0 HAWAIIAN0.
If constant giowtli in size aud in
the number of its advertisements
can bo any criterion for the suc
cess of a newspaper, certainly our
Portuguese neighbor O JJuso Jla
wuiiano must be in an enviable
state of prosperity ; for after steadily
growing, from four to six columns,
it now inaugurates the second year
of its publication by stretching its
columns out to the extreme limit of
the paper thus adding the value of
two more columns to its mnttcr
and by announcing the change of its
publication from three times a
month to once n week. The Daily
Bulletin is glad to seize the biith
day occasion, to congratulate Ihe
Xso, with hopes that the new year
will be for it, as successful as the
past. It is only just that, as the
Portuguese colony is constantly
growing in wealth and importance,
the organ which is tho best friend
and faithful defender of that colony,
should grow apace, as it is the most
certain and valuable medium of
advertising for those who wish to
gain the Portuguese ear. The last
number is unusually good. It con
tains a letter from a correspondent
on Hawaii, who complains that the
mail carrier only brought the paper
in the evening, whilst he had been
waiting for it since morning, keep
ing his eyes on the load by which
was to arrive the news from his be
loved native country. Happy is the
newspaper for which its readers are
The Inter Island Steam Naviga
tion Co.'s new steamer Waialealc,
named after a peak on Kauai, ar
rived this ihotning 10J days from
San Francisco. She came in com
mand of Capt. Godfrey, who reports
light winds and calms all the way.
The Waialeale is schooner-rig and
something similar in appearance to
the steamer Bishop. She is docked
at the foot of Fort street and was
visited by many people during the
day. Her hurricane deck, which is
wide and free, contains the pilot
house and rooms for the captain,
first and second mates, and the
purser. These rooms are cool and
comfortable, though void of gor
geousness. Tho main dock contains
four double state-rooms, two on the
starhoaid and two on the port side,
for passengers. Adjoining the state
rooms and near the center of the
ship, is the saloon, a very cool
room, of ample size, and connected
with the pantry. At the after end
of tho main deck aro the toilet
rooms. There is no cabin below,
as the other steamers have. The
Waialeale has large deck room, big
hatch-ways, and good-size freight
capacity. She is about 130 feet
long, 35 feet in width, 8 feet depth
of hold, and is '255 tons American
measurement. Her average speed
is 8 knots per hour, with a consump
sion of 3 tons of coal per day. The
greatest distance made in one day
while on her way here from S.m
Francisco was 225 miles, the least
100 miles. She behaves handsomely
when under sail or steam, and
though chiefly intended for a freight
boat, she can nicely accommodate
several cabin aud many steerage
passengers. Her engines were made
hy Messrs. Hinckley, Spiers and
liayes, Fulton Iron Woiks, San
Francisco, and arc about 280 horse
power. Her engine room is boinc
thing spjendid. It is spacious and
has its levers, gauges, and tools ar
ranged in a handy way. Tho Wai
aleale brought a quantity of assorted
merchandise for the I. I. S. N. Co.
She will sail for Kauai next week,
on the steamer Iwalani's route,
while the last named vessel laj's up
to receive now tubes in her boiler.
Thero will necessarily be somo
changes among the officers of the
Inter-Island steamers, but they are
not yet known.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT.
The August term of the above
Court was held during the last two
weeks at Nawiliwili, Kauai, before
the Honorable Lawrence McCully,
Justice of tho Supremo Court, pre
siding, and tho Honorable Jacob
Hardy, Circuit Judge, associate,
Major A. Rosa, Deputy Attorney
General, appeared for the Crown.
The following cases were tried and
judgment rendered therein.
CRIMINAL CASES (NATIVE JUUY).
Tho King vs. John Kahnuauui,
housebreaking. Commitment from
District Justice of Koloa, tried
August 4, 188G. Defendant found
guilty and sentenced to one year's
imprisonment at hard labor. Kcala
hula for defendant.
Tho King vs. Win. Kupahuihina,
robbery. Commitment from the
district of Koloa. Tho defendant,
u half-cast, and Manuel Oliver, a
Spaniard, were charged with rob
bing a Chinaman on the road from
Lihuo to Koloa. Tho trial was
commenced on August 0, 188G, and
lasted two days, ending on Tuesday
night at 10 o'clock. Tho jury found
defendant guilty by ti unanimous
verdict, and ho was sentenced to
imprisonment for six months at hard
labor and costs not to exceed 820.
Exceptions were noted but were
CRIMINAL CASES (FOREIGN JURY).
Tho King vs. Taisini (p) and All
1'at (p), gambling. Appeal from
Police Justice of Llhno. Fined $75,
with seven days' imprisonment at
hard labor each, and costs. J. A.
Mngoon for defendant.
The King vs. Hop Sin (p).
Possession of opium. Appeals from
local Circuit Justice. The jury, with
two dissenting, found defendant
guilty, and lie was fined 850, with
ton days' imprisonment at hard la
bor and costs. J. A. Mngoon for
The King vs. Manuel Oliver, rob
bery. Commitment from District
Justice of Koloa. Trial commenced
August G, 188G, mid lasted two
days. The jury returned a unani
mous verdict of guilty. V.' V.
Ashford for defendant.
The King vs. Jlmpli (Jap)., per
jury, second degree. Commitment
from local Circuit Court. Tried
August G, 188G. The jury rendered
a unanimous verdict of guilty. Sen
tenced to ono year's imprisonment
at haul labor, with costs. J. "W.
Kalua appeared for defendant.
CIVIL OASES (MIXED JURY).
J. Kauai vs. L. II. Stolz, assault.
Claim for dninagcs. Appeal by de
fendant from decision of local Cir
cuit Justice. Verdict for plaintiff
forS15. Plaintiff to pay costs. J.
Kauai and Kcalahula for plaintiff ;
Ashford & Ashford for defendant.
lwiana Pcahu (w) vs. T. Onokea
(k). Ground of divorce, desertion
mid adultery. Divorce granted. J.
W. Kalua for libellant. P. C. A.
The death of ex-Governor S. J,
Tilden took place at Greystono, N.
Y., on the 4th inst. Deceased was
born February 9, 1814, at New Le
banon, Columbia county, N. Y. Mr.
Tilden's ancestors came from Eug
land in 1G34. lie was Democratic
candidate for the 'Presidency in
187G, and, it is generally believed,
was duly elected by the people, but
tho manipulation of the ballots by
which he was declared in the mino
rity is matter of common remark
everywhere throughout the United
States. The deceased exhibited a
fine magnanimity and patriotic spirit
in quietly accepting the situation.
After that contest, Mr. Tilden re
tired into private life.
Congress adjourned on the 5th,
and as no action was taken respect
ing tho Hawaiian Treaty, the ar
rangement may be considered safe
for another year.
An elegant and tastefully deco
rated silver table service was pre
sented to Speaker Carlisle, at the
close of the session by a number of
prominent Republican representa
tives. HOW THE LEAK WAS MENDED.
Uncle Timothy looked up from
the shoe whose sole he was vigor
ously hammering, as he heard some
"Why. bless you, John, of I'm
not glad to see you, man alive!"
exclaimed Uncle Timothy, jumping
up so suddenly that his last went
one way, taking the shoes with it,
his hammer went another, while his
spectacle fell into the water pail
There stood Uncle Timothy,
grasping the arm of his favorite
nephew, John, as if it were a pump
handle, and the day being hot and
UnclttiTimothy being dry, the pump
handle was worked with emphasis.
"Set down, John, and tell us how
the folks arc," said Uncle Timothy.
"You have come to make me a visit,
and have time enough to tell mo all
I want to know."
John was telling about "the folks"
when Uncle Timothy said:
'What's that? Thunder, I do
believe, rollin' down old Bear Moun
tain ! Wc shall catch a rain now.
There it is comin' down the moun
tain." "Come it did, furiousl'. Soon
the water began to drip from the
"Uncle Timothy, your roof is
"I know it, John ; I know it. I
will putthis'pail under that 'ere."
"Why don't you have tho roof
"Well, John, carpenters, you
know, do charge so! La! John,
they'd make a forenoon's work of it
s'opptn' up that 'ere hole, and I
don't seem to have the extra chink.
Fact is, John, it costs stithin' to live
in this world, and it keeps a fellow
poundm' all the time."
Hero Uncle Timothy took up his
woik and began to ting out a series
of responses to thunder rolling at
nine-pins overhead. In the course
of his visit John noticed that every
forenoon Uncle Timothy would leave
his shop, step across the yard to his
house- bring out an immense yellow
mug, and passing to a saloon in the
neighboihood, bring homo a mug
full of beer.
"An!" thought John. "I see
how it is that the roof is not mend
ed." The next day a surly, growling
wind brought rain that began to
pour early in tho morning.
"Uncle Timothy," said John after
breakfast, "could I borrow that mug
I see in the closet?"
"Oh! sarti'n, sartin."
Undo Timothy was not going to
ills fhop very early that day, and
John know it, business at another
pint of the town calling him away.
When ho returned it was about 11
o'clock, and his beer-gnawing visit
"Where is my mug?" said Undo
Timothy, going to the closet. "Oh
John has It. Well, I guess I'll let
my beer go this forenoon."
The rain was dripping when ho
passed from his house to the shop.
John was standing in thu door.
"A wet day, nephew," said Undo
Timothy, "and there is not much
hope given by the clouds."
"Hero lie looked up, and there on
shop roof, covciing thu leak, lie saw
his old yellow beur mug! For a
minute Uncle Timothy gazed in
silence. Then he broke out:
"Thank ye, John; I'll take the
It wastlie last day Uncle Timothy
owned abcer-mug. It was the last
day that roof leaked for it was soon
mended with tho beer money saved.
PS. F. Call.
Offenbach's youngest daughter
was married in Paris the other day,
and lavish indeed wore the members
of the family in gowns and gifts.
The Offenbachs are nil rich now,
but when Al. Offenbach first follow
ed his nose into Paris it is said lie
slept in his violin.
A Pekin 111,, giil won a chewing
gum contest and wngsjed her Jaws,
G,000 times in sixty minutes.
The first woman suigeon in Great
Britain, Mrs. Emily Dowson, lias
been qualified by the. Irish College of
Surgeons. She was educated at the
Loudon School of Medicines of Females.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcalnmlia,
71J Queen & P"it. Strcot Stores. tf
DESIRING to dose out our Ship
Chandlurr ami Commission Busi.
nc-s, wc shall tell at REDUCED
PRICES and will closo out our entire
Stock, good. wilt and lease of prcnl-es,
at a fair valuation, to a rc-poiislble
parly. A. PE1HCE & CO.
0. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
My most fuiihlni hi tun ioii will be
given for the
Purchase ol Merchandise
In Honolulu for tliu residents of the
7ft 1 Kpvrrnl Klniulu of tlii uronn. rlv
ft. R. CO.,
Ler.ves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching nt Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Mukeim, Mahukona, Ku
walhae, Laupi'hoehoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
atove ports, ai-rivlnu at Honolulu
eaoh Batur-lH'' iifti-rnnm,.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-BiiUine Sioj
Ih now adjoining the rear of
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Fwila, Lemonade" b'aitaparllli1,
Fiult i3)rup and i. saucxs and
made from tlie pure Applo, all of which
we gu.irmiU'u to bu the boat.
tSf Wc also Invito nnrties intending
Miming siorc.H lor the nilu of iceu
drinks and wishing lountnin supplies,
to call on ua before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sola Works,
P. O. Hox 397, Honolulu.
A o complaint!. Iiuvo reioucd mo
Xx. Into from kjiiiu of lay customers
that t boy can puichain Ilinv.ilian.mude
Soap cheaper ihun I havu I eeu Bulling
it, I beg to stale that 1 have alwuys
transacted my business in it fair aud
htraightforwaid way, charging tho same
pi ice to till alike, and selling at a
mniliirutu into; nud at thu Btiino time I
would infoi in my cuttoinera and tliu
public that from ami after tills date my
price will bu 67 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS,
llouolulu tioap Works, Lelco, Hono
lulu, Juno 'JUt. 09
That very desirable Cottage
on Klrau s'.reet, property of
Mr. J. V. Hmllli. ami tidlnln.
Ing the rcsldcnco of W. R. Castle, Esq.
One of the most Hitltpble houses In town
for two slnfjlo gentlemen or Binall frm.
Hy. Everything In tiptop order. Am
ple accommodations for two horses and
cairinges, etc. Rent very low to the
tight parties. Apply to the llnwnllau
Carriage Maiiuf'g Co.'s ofllcc. 403 lni
Having tucuied the Service of
Geo. C, Stratemeyer
we arc prepared to executo nil
I-Ioii.se ox Sig-ix
HONOLULU 1'L-ANINO MILLS.
Any person desirous of pro
curing a pleasant homo can
do to bv qddIvIdl' to the un
dersigned, 'lhls house and lot is fcltu
atcd on Fort street, next to the Gymna
sium Building. The grounds aro plant
ed with many rare trees aud plants.
C. K. .MILLER'S
01 1m Business Agency.
124 Beretania Street,
Is Now Open.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNER OF FORT AND
School Si reels, belonging to Mr. M.
Louissou. Enquire nt the olllce of
M. S. GUINIJAUM & CO.,
85 lm Queen streets.
Inter-Island. S. I Co.,
Tlxe Best, Itoxxte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new nud staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, Augubt 24th.
The steamer pasfes along the entire
coast of the leeward side of Hawaii, af.
rording tcmrlhts a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, and will stop at Kcnlul c.
kua Ray, w'heie stilucicnt time is allow
ed to visit the Monument of Captuiii
Tourits by this route reach Punaluu
at C o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vcs-cl, making the entire passage In
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists 'n ill bo conveyed
by railroad to Vahala. thenco by stage
coach to llalf.way House, whero horses
and guides will be in attendanco to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will havo two nights and one
wnoic nay at tno volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIAHKY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the ofllce of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Kaplmiadc. pi70 6m
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alithca Street.
Open every Day aud Evening.
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3S Merchant Street. I fit ly
Adjourned Meeting Hulinva
STOCKHOLDERS will plcnsc tako
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will be held at the olllce of C. Urowcr is
Co., Queen ftrcet, nt 10 o'clock a.m.,
MONDAY, Aug. 23, 1880.
J. O. CARTER,
Secretary Halawa Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1880 400 1w
We should Blot Out DiscaBQ
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement of the stomach, but, If
neglected, It In time involves the whole
frame, embracing tho kidneys, liver,
pancreas, aud In fact the entire gland,
ulnr system; and the alllictcd drags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief from sufTeriug. Tho disease Is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but If tho reader will ask himself the
following questions he will be able to
determine whether he himself Is one of
the afflicted: Have 1 distress, pain, or
difficulty In breathing after eating? Is
there n dull, heavy feeling, attended by
drowsiness? Have the eyes u yellow
tinge? Does a thick, sticky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied by a disagree
able taste? Is the tongue coated? Is
there pain In tho sides and back? Is
there a fullness about the right side as
If the liver weie enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud
denly fiom an horizontal position? Are
the secretions from the kidney highly
coloured, with n deposit after standing?
Does food ferment toon after eating,
accompnnlcd by llatulencc or belching
of gas from tho stomach? Is there fre
quent palpitation of the heart? Tlieso
various symptoms may not be present at
one time, but they torment the sufferer
in turn as the dreadful disease pro
gresses. If the cabc bo one of long
standing, thero will be a dry, hacking
cough, attended nftcr a time by expec
toration. In very advanced stages the
skin assumes a "dirty brownish appear,
ance, and the hands and feet aro covered
by a cold sticky perspiration. As the
liver and kidneys become more and
more diseased, rheumatic pains appear,
aud the usual treatment p'roves entirely
unavailing ngainst the latter agonising
disorder. The origin of this malady is
indigestion or dyspepsia, and a small
quantity of tho proper medicine will
remove the dibcasc if taken in lis incip
iencv. It is most linnoitanl that the
disease, should be promptly and properly
treated in its firut stages, when a littlo
medicine will effect a cure, mid even
when it has obtained a stiong hold the
correct remedy should be persevered in
until every vestige of the disease is
eradicated, until the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The surest and
most effectual remedy for this distress
ing complaint '.is "Seigcl's Curative
Syrup,'' a vegetable preparation sold by
all chemists and mdlcinc vendors
theoughout the world, and by the pro
prietors, A. J. 'White, Limited, London,
E. C. This Svrvri strikes ut tho very
foundation of die disease, and drives it,
root and branch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist for Seigcl's Curative
"East-street Mills, Caiubridgc-hcath.
"London, E. C, July 2 Ith. 1882
"Sir, It gives me great pleasure to bo
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I had suffered for some length of time
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A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my suffciings, brought
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mately determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work
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taking it for nearly two mouths, and I
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Ing relief bv the use of "Tho Itnsiiijf.
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Poor Asthma sufferers, who aro
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of "The Rosinweed Tr Mixture." Quiet
rufrcblilng sleep will follow its use
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Clils
wick, "February 17th. 1882.
"Messrs. Wnlto and Co., Loudon.
"Gentlemen, It U with mvat pleas
uro that I add my testimony to the
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then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that 1 bhoiild not be ablu to recognise
any ono ornnyiiiing at tliu instance of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
ho followed by excessive trembling of
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remedies for these distressing symptoms,
but until I tried Selgel's Syrup I had no
relief. Mneti then I have had excellent
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dose of tho Syrup, which arrests It.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo tliu
iiieuus of Inducing others (who buffer as
1 used) to try the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will iccelvo speedy beneUt awl
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ing. A good dose at bed-tlino renders
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U you havu Asthma use 'The ltosiuweed