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THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 188G.
Sclir Kawallanl from Koolau
SehrAVallolo for Pain
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Canute for Lutipahoehoc
VESSELS IN PORT.
liktnc Discovery, Meyer
Rktno AV 11 Dhnoyd Swift
Tern Kva AVIknmn
Gcr bk Llvlngtonc
llklne Mary Whikulnian, Backus
Gcr Hcltr Mary C Ilolint,
" VESSELS EXPECTED.
Haw brig Alllc Rowo, .1 Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Aug n-'il).
Hoi bmk Don Xlenhi, Ross, from
Port Townsond, W T, due July 20-31.
Nle bk Rliuljto, Howard, from De
parture Hay, 11 0, duo June W-tlO.
Gcr bark Paellle, OHman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, AV T, due Aug 1-11.
Brit bk isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, duo August 20-31.
lint snip Ainana, irom livci puui, uuu
Am sehr Ida Sohuauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahulul, July 20-30.
Hrlt bark lioncrag, from Liverpool,
due October lii-'.iO.
Brit bark AV 11 AVatsou, from Liver
pool, due October 1-J0.
Am ship Fnirllcld, from Hongkong,
duo August 20-30. '
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, X S AV, due August
Am bark EWnore, G AV Jenks. from
Newcastle, X S AV, due -August 20-30.
Am bark Paclllu Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S AV, due September
O S S Australia, (Haw), II AVcbbcr,
" from San Francisco, August 23d.
RJ1SS Mararoa, (Brit) James Edle,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due August 2Sth.
Am bark FP Letchfoul, J Babcock,
from Hongkong, duo Aug 11-18
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Kawallanl 000 bags rice.
The steamer Lchua is being com
pletely recoppcred and caulked.
The Kawailaui sails for Koolau on
The Livingstone sails for Hongkong
on Monday or Tuesday next.
In this citv.
Armstrong, wife of G.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mnssus. Hackfeld & Co.'s great
credit sale re-commences at 10 o'clock
Mu. Kckoa was absent from tho
Legislature to-day, and his chair was
turned upside down.
The remnants of the last steamer's
plums are visible at the door of
Messrs. II. May fc Co.'s grocery btore.
Princhss Likeliku is holding a re
ception at her icsidence, AVuikiki,
between 3 and 5 o'clock this after
A match game of pyramid pool,
best 6 in 10, will be played at the
Keystone this evening, between two
At the meeting of tho first division
of the Liliuokalani Educational So
ciety, on Tuesday, several new mem;
bers weio elected. ' 51
A young married man of this city,
who is well known to the business
community, is one of tho lucky ticket
holders in a late Louisiana lottery.
The weather report this morning
was as follows : AVnhnanalo, squally ;
Mokuloia, squally; Ewa, raining;
"Waiinanalo, raining ; Hcoia, showery ;
llalemano mountains, raining hard.
Late San Fninc'sco papers aro
brlmuiUof llio 20th National En
campment of the Grand Army of tho
Republic. The veterans' visit to tho
golden city is an almost continuous
A LAiiOK and mixed company of
bidders, Imyots, and spectators at
tended Mebsrs. Hackfeld & Co.'s
credit sale to-day, where Mr. Morgan
wielded tho hammer and did tho
. . m .
Paddy Ryan is to appeur at tho
Polico'Court to-morrow morning, to
answer a charge of assault and bat
tery on Michael Garltono. It is likely
that tho tiial will bo postponed, us
Garltone, who is yet in the Hospital,
lias not BUllicicntly recovered to tip
pear. . .
One hundred and twenty-live dol
lars forfeit having been put up by tho
respective owners of tho horses Red
wood and Clementina, and tho
animals now being trained, it appears
evident that tho uico will bo for
blood. Tho timo sot for the race is
four weeks from next Saturday, on
which day tho balance of $250 (.$125),
must bo put up.
Mn.' Frank Holies, who for tho paBt
several months has been managing
Kuan landing, Maui, arrived in
Honolulu by the hchqonor AVuilelo
yesterday. Mr. Holies reports Pain
and Jlamakunpoko miljs having
Btopped grinding for tho housoii, Ho
further reports abundance of rain in
tho mountains, and says tho now
cauo is looking line. Mr. Holies cumo
hero for ammunition to deepen tho
water at tho Kuan landing. Ho in
tends to blast the leef to the depth
of live futhoins for tho expected
Vai. Blatz ia tho premium Beer.
ABOUT A CONTRACT.
KniTOi; But.M'.Tix: Wo desire to
call attention of your numerous
renders to a local Unit appeared in
the lluu.rm of tho lCUiinst., re
lating to the sovernl tenders inado
by the builders of Honolulu, for
the brick building contemplated by
Mr. Mendoza. It is customary in
nil eounliics lo award such contract
to the lowest bidder. The light of
n proprietor to withhold the con
tract from the lowest bidder is used
only when needed to protect him
from complications with irresponsi
ble and unprincipled parties. In
the case abovo named the pro
prietor, Mr. Mcndoza, gave out the
plans and specifications to tho
several builders to compete for tho
erection of his building. Six tend
ers were received varying from
88,700 to S10,!)8r). Mr. Irishman's
tender was withdrawn. AVe were
the next lowest bidders. Mr. Men
doza did not consult us in any way,
but gave the contract to Mr. Lucas,
whose bid was $236 above us, which
caused us not alone loss of time csti
mating but S30 cash on holding mate
rial, which we consider an injustice
us, as it seems thnt Mr. Mcndoza
knew at the time he gave us the
plans and specifications that he did
not intend to give us the work.
AAre do not complain when we
give our true and best energies to
estimating for such as ask for our
tender, although sometimes unsuc
cessful, if we are fairly beaten, but
when wo win a job by fair open
handed dealing, we do not expect
another to take the prize which he
did not win. The intelligent busi
ness men of this city will not fail to
sec the difference between fair and
unfair dealing. Our only reason
for giving publicity to the forgoing
facts is for the vindication of our
good name with the public gen
erally. IIaiuuson linos.
Rain began, in gentle showers, at
an early hour last evening, and con
tinued through the night. It has
also been showering, more or less,
most of the day, somewhat retard
ing building operations on the many
new structures in the course of erec
tion. Rain was badly needed, and
its advent is therefore welcomed.
Cattle down country have been
suffering for lack of grass, and
vegetation in general is in a
guishing condition. The rain
produce a covering of green
day or two, and all nature
will in a
we have not had
A WORK OF ART.
Messrs. G. AV. Macfarlane & Co.
have been distributing a tine litho
graph portrait, painted by Veyras
set, a young French artist. It is a
somewhat idealized face of one of
the fashionable ladies of the day.
The picture was got up for Tor
chiaui & Krcmer, of Milwaukee,
AYis., by the Shober Lithograph
Company of Chicago. The artist
got $3,000 for the painting, and the
firm spent $22,000 on the whole
edition, which has been distributed
gratis, probably all over the world.
It is an illustration of the ingenuity
and enterprise of the advertising
methods of the age. The picture,
which is an exceedingly pretty one,
is published as an advertisement of
Blatz's AViener Beer. Thirty-one
color stones were used in the litho
graphing process. It has been quite
the ruge in San Francisco, and the
'supply sent to Honolulu has already
been exhausted. Many of tho reci
pients of the engraving who admire
the picture but do not care for beer
have had tho beer sign painted out.
Young Veyrassct is regarded as one
of the most promising artists of the
day, and was a pupil of Aimee
Nicoles Morot, who in tho four
years, 1877-1881, won all the honors
of tlioU'uris Salon.
The Honolulu Killcs, in response
to an order from II. F. Hebbard,
First Lieutenant commanding, as
sembled at the old armory ln9t
evening in good force After gather
ing all the company's traps, and
placing them in a baggage express,
the members formed line. Three
rousing cheers, with a tiger, were
then given for William AVilliams, of
Williamsburg, and the old armory.
Having shouldered arms and formed
tho lino of march, Mr. AV. King
drummed the Rifles to the new
armory, formerly the Central Park
skating rink, where they were intro
duced to their new captain, Mr. V.
V. Asbfonl. The captain elect,
without stiffness or formality, made
a spontaneous speech expressing his
admiration for military discipline
while in the ranks. Ho further said
that no military organization could
become a success without discipline.
After brielly alluding to the past,
present and future actions of tho
Rifles, and expressing his interest
in the company's welfare, ho thanked
them for tho honor they had con
ferred upon him, by electing him
Captain. Shortly at'tor tho com
pany was dismissed to allow the
member to put their accoutrements
i-i.. i, . ..J i i
Wednesday, August 18th.
Jas. Murphy, drunkenness, 0.
Edmund, disorderly conduct, hard
labor 5 days and costs 81.
Amanu, gaming, hard labor -18
hours and costs $3,30.
Thuusiuy, August 10th.
Ah Sing, 23 tins of opium in pos
session, not concluded.
PiCTUiu: Frames and Cornices
nuido to order, old Frames repaired,
reglhled, etc. King Bros'. Art Sloic.
Dii. Flint's IIkakt lli:Mi:nv isd5"
Specific for nil foinis of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Bom-on Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to tho reliable Elite Ice
Cream Purloin, 85 Hotel sheet. Their
Ice Cream is recognized ns the best
in town by all connoisscuis. 91
"Tim Van is Mioimnn than'
gTHK Swoitnl" That's so, and nllg
O the swords in Hon. Kaulukou'scn
nnny will not achieve such vie-""
jjtories ns will tho splendid assort-q
feinent of Gold Pens now on view O
gat J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s store. g
" Holders to match in styles to suilM
P everybody's liking. Got one, and g,
bc a conqueror thereby in love, 55
O literatim) or law! -103-J.t 2
Patkonizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigu
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
AVorks, where he is prepared to (111 nil
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale 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 foigettho
name J. AV. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda AVorks, Hotel street.
At the re-assembling of Parlia
ment on the 5th inst., the "grand
old man' I took his seat on the oppo
sition of the house. The members
of the new cabinet are not going to
find beds of roses on the ministerial
benches. The Irish question must
be met. The ministers wi'l be
obliged to contend against the un
compromising hostility of the Par
ncll party, and will be subjected to
the terrible lash of Gladstone's elo
quence at every step, that is if their
Irish non-policy programme is at
tempted to bo carried out. Backed
as the opposition is by the great
mass of the people of Ireland, Scot
land and Avales, they have it in
their power to make abundance of
trouble for the government.
The commission of enquiry into
the causes of the depression of trade,
appointed in 1855, has completed
its work. The commission do not
think the depressions due to any
abnormal conditions in the trade of
the country, but rather to tho fail
ures of the past few years in the
agricultural returns of the kingdom.
German competition is mentioned as
affecting manufacturing interests.
The commission think that British
Consuls should report more fre
quently, and that British manufac
turers should take steps to suit their
goods to the requirements of foreign
The government has decided to
send additional forces to Burniah,
where affairs are in rather a bad
state. It is intended to establish
British rule there on a permanent
basis. Major General Sir Herbert
Macpherson is to be placed in com
mand of tho forces in Burmah.
A STORY OF SHERMAN.
Among those of our citizens who
called to pay their respects to Gen
eral Sherman when he visited the
city last week was one with whom
he was brought in contact under
somewhat less pleasing circum
stances a little more than twenty
years ago. The gentleman refer
red to who is a warm admirer of
General Sherman, both as a man
and a soldier had command of a
section of country down South
(under Confederate authority) into
which Sherman had seen fit to march
with his boys in blue. In that neigh
borhood had lived a negro, whose
aged mistress had allowed him entire
control of a farm, which he managed
for his own benefit. One morning,
while the Federal troops wore- not
far away, the old lady wus found
dead, with hef throat cut, and her
favorite negro had decamped and
got within Sherman's lines. The
people were greatly aroused over
the atrociousness of the murder, and
the Confederate officer sent a mes
sage' to Sherman, under a Hag of
truce, detailing tho circumstances
and requesting that the fugitivo be
returned for trial by tho civil author
ities. Sherman replied that he didn't
just then have much confidence in
the reliability of coiuts down that
way, especially when a runaway
slave's life was at stake, and lie
deemed it more prudent to retain
custody of tho fugitive. Ho asked,
however, that the witnesses bo sent
to him, in which case lie would
guarantee a fair and impartial trial,
and if the culprit were found guilty
he would have him hanged. He con
cluded his letter to tho Confederate
officer with a warm request to be
remembered to Mrs. II (tho
latter's sister), whom he had not
had the pleasure of meeting for
several years. The wearer of the
crav replied at once thut witnessesd
inthatpartof the country couldn't bo
coaxed into the Federal lines,
"and," ho added, "I think, General,
you have too many of our people
now there to warrant mo in forcing
any more of them upon you." All
the same, Sherman did not give up
the negro. Sacramento Record-Union,
An Amcrfcan citizen named Cut
ting is lying in prison on the Mexi
can sido of Kl Paso, mainly for the
purpose of ascertaining if there is
any virtue in the fact of his being
an American citizen. Leaving out
of consideration the grounds of his
arrest, the fact is unpleasantly pro
minent that the protection afforded
by the Untied States is of a very
lnnr nnnlil.v. Wlinll A llinri(nli 1'iti-
zens claim lo be subjects of ting- (
land, that they may obtain iui
inuiiily from annoyances to which
Americans arc subjected, the for
bearance which a grdat power has
manifested as a weak one ceases to
bo a virtue. There is no reason,
except a readiness to act, why
British protection in Mexico should
be more respected than American.
England could only reach Mexico,
in the event of a war, by a costly
naval expedition, while the United
States could march an army into the
Mexican capital with no greater
cffoit or expense. It is much to be
hoped that the amiable gentleman
who presides over the State Depart
ment will see that justice is done be
fore many days have elapsed.
The pretense that the Mexican Gov
ernment cannot act in the matter,
except as the State of Chihuahua
may direct, is not entitled to much
consideration. Tho United States
has no relations with the Stale of
Chihuahua.' Any questions that may
arise in which the people of that
State are especially interested must
be presented to our Government
through the Mexican Government.
The subterfuge would not have been
thought of if the subject of a great
European power had been in a
Mexican prison. S. F. Call.
We have long considered the
chemical hills of Lake County most
desirable as grape and fruit land,
and we feel confident that it is only
necessary that people outside should
know of the vast amount of valuable
government land which still lies un
claimed in our mountains to induce
an immigration to this region, simi
lar to that which has made the
southern part of our State blossom
as the lose. There are hundreds of
little glades in the mountains, free
of frosts and bountifully watered by
unfailing streams of clear water,
where fiom one to six or seven acres
of level land may be had upon the
creek bed or bottom, while from
twenty-five to sixty acres of hill
land, not too steep for the plow,
could be covered by the same ltiO-
acre location. Of course they are
now remote from market, and will
be difficult for each hand work, but
men witli perseverance and patient
industry cannot fail to extract a
competency from them with little
outlay of other capital than the
labor of their hands. AVo know of
thousands of acres of good land, not
twelve miles distant from Lakeport,
well wateied by living springs, the
soil consisting of a light red loam,
where tomato and cucumber plants
were green anil thriving on Christ
mas Day. What better location for
an ouuigc or olive orchard? No part
of this land is over four miles from
the navigable waters of Clear Lake,
which will soon be connected with
tide water by lail. Most of this
land is now standing idle, some,
indeed, under fence, while the title
to much of it still remains in the
United States. Of course, some of
it is by no means level, yet rougher
land is worked in the foothills ad
joining St. Helena with profit to the
vineyard owner. We hope lo see
all of this land speedily put under
cultivation, and feel confident it
soon will be. Lakeport Avalanche.
He (on horseback) Shall we take
the highway home? She No; I
would prefer tho bridal path, I
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-Bnlli Siliop
Is now adjoining the rear of
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Barcnparllla,
Fruit Syrups ami Etseuccsand
mado from the puru Apple, all of which
wc giiarnulfcy lo ho the best.
ST Wo uUo invito parties intending
Martii'g nores for the bale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sola Worts,
P. O. Box !!07, Honolulu.
Crystal Soda f oris
In conformity villi a resolution of
tho Shareholder of the AVnliiiea Sugar
Mill Company, adopted al a meeting
held on August lit, lfcSO, authorizing the
President and Wciioiar.y of said Corpor
ation to iliio"c of its property, etc., I he
property of the ald
Waimca Sugar Mill Co,
AT AVA1MEA, KAUAI,
will be sold to llui highest bidder, at
Public Auction, at Ihe Salesroom of E.
P. Adams A; Co., oil
Monday, 6th day of Septem
ber, A.D. 1886,
at the hour of IS o'clock m., to wit: the
Entire SUGAR WORKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Erected on feu simple hind at AVnimca,
Kauai, with all its contents andinnchin
cry and modern Improvements inanu.
facluicd by the Honolulu lion AVorks
Company in 18S-I.
Leases of lands adjoining Ihe mill site.
Houses Tor manager, sugar boiler, en
gineer and laboreis.
Blacksmith and carpenter shop.
220 working Oxen, nioro or less.
!!0 ox-carts, yokes and chains.
Ilrnke, hai'iieses windmill, black
smith and carpenter lools, Including 1
large Putnam L-ithu, complete and
Olllco and household furniture.
Kallroad Hack, etc., etc.
1 second-hand Engine, 10x2-1, in "rder,
mnde by the Honolulu Iron AVorks
Also, all coal, lumber and sugar bajjs
whatover on hand on day of sale.
ES For information as to terms of
sale and other particulars as to
Existing Plant in js Contracts,
AVell.boring and other minor contracts
advantageous to the Mill, persons desir
ing to become puiclmsors. may apply to
PH. Ol'ITERGELT. President.
ED.HOFFSCHLAEUEU & Co., Ag'ts,
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
407 td Auctioneers.
KOOMa TO LET,
T 88 Kin" btreet, upslaiis, 3 moms,
at 14 per month. -100 lw
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zeaiandia,
7GJ Queen & Fort Stroet Stores. tf
DESI1UNG lo rlo-e out our Ship
Clmndh'rv and Coinmir-slnii liusi-
ner-s, m shall tell nl HEDUOED
PIUUUS mid will e'os-o out our entire
Stock, good-will and lonsu of prcwlrcs,
at a fair valuation, to a itsiionsiLde
party. A. AV. P HI HOE is CO.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
42 Mercliaiit St., Honolnln.
My most faithtul atten'lou will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for Uio residents of
7!l nevm-nl Tlnml- of Mil irroun.
Choice Property for Stile.
LOT COKNEIt OF FCJ11T AND
School Streets belonging to Mr. M.
Louisson. Enquire at the olllcc of
M. S. OKIN'UAUM&CO.,
85 lm Queen M reels.
AVill bo open every iitteiuoou and even.
Ing in follows:
aiomlay, Tucmluy, Writm-mluy and
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating,
AV1LI.IAM WALL, Manager.
O LUSO HAWA1IANO.
A LL persons whownnt to communi.
J. cato with the Poitueuese, cither
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find it
the mutt piolltabln way to ndvcrtlsu in
tho Liiso tniuiiiciin), thu new organ of
the Poitiittiio.o colony, which is pub.
liblied on Merchant sti loI, Gutelle lluild
lug, (I'oM.QUlLu Letter llox E,), and
only charges reasonable mica for uilver
That very desirable Collage
on I'iiiau street, property of
Mr. J. F. Smith, and adjoin.
Ing tho residence of AV. It. Castle, Esq.
One of tho most suitable houses In luwn
for two 8inp.lo gentlemen or sirnll fnm.
Ilv. Kvnrvtliinc in tln-ton o'der Am
ple accommodations for two hoiscsnml
carriages, etc. Kent vciy low to the
light parties Apply to the Hawaliun
Carrhmo Mmuif'K Co.'s "lllcc. H0.r lm
Having fecuicd tho Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are prepared lo execute all
House oi SSig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
A Splendid Opportunity.
Any person desirous or pro
curing n pleasant homo can
do so by npplylng to the un
dersigned. 'Nils libuso and lot is situ,
ated on Fort street, next to the Oynitin
tiitni Building. The grounds iuc plant
ed Willi many raie tiecs and plants.
ill lm Business Agency.
AS complaints have iciclicd mo of
late from sonic of my customers
that they can ptuohnsc Hav,alian.inndc
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
it, I beg to state tiial I have always
transacted my business in i fair and
straightforwaid way, charging the same
piicu to all alike, and felling at a
moderate ralu; and nt the same timo 1
would inform my customers and the
public that from and after this date my
price will bo $7 per 100 His.
T. AV. KAAVLINS.
Honolulu Soap AVorks, Leleo, Hono
lulu, June gist, C9
Mbt-IM S. I Co.,
Tlie JE$et; DRoxite
to the World Kcnowncd
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu;ni 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, August 21th.
Tho steamer passes along the entire
coast of the leeward side of Hawaii, af.
fording tourists n panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kealakc
kuii Bay, where sufllcient time is allow,
cd to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by (his routo reach Punaluu
at H o'clock on the day after lcaung
Honolulu, being only ono night on the
vcs-el, making the cntiro passage in
smooth wnter. At Punaluu there is this
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from thero tourists will lie conveyed
by railroad to Pnhahi. thence by stage
coach to Half-way House, where horses
and guides will be in attendance to con
vey tliem to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to 11AKHY AUMITAGE,
Agent, nt AVilliams' Photograph Gallery,
Fmt street, or at the ofllce of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. ii',Q Cm
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnken Strcefa.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at tho present
time of over Five Thousand Aroliimcs.
Thu Heading Koom is Hipplicd with
about llfty of thu leading newspapers
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
mouth, payable ipiartcilj in advance.
Xo formality required in joining except
signing the Kill.
Strangers from foreign countries and
vlltoih Irom thu other islands aru wel
come to the rooms at all times us guests.
This Association having no regular
means' of sunport except tho dues of
members, it is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of Its piivileges, and all who feel
an interest in maintaining mi Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
ami become regular contributors.
.S. II. DOLE. Picsldeut,
M. M. SCOTJ", Vice-President,
II. A. PAKMELEE, Secretary,
A. L.SMITH, Treasurer,
Chairman Hall ami Library Committee.
rpiIK undersigned is piepnrcd to fur
X. iilsti specimens oi nil lliu
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rates.
Coiuplt'iu CoIIl'cIIohh embrac
ing 140 variuicb roprcbcntiiigyo families
prepared lo order only. These collections
display entire fronds of each fern with
roots and other important, parts of each
plant. Collections embracing from 'JO
to 60 varieties elegantly mounted and
decorated twtii mosses, itcnens and sea.
weeds peculiar to the Islands always on
hand nt Messrs, King Uros,' Art btore,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
. Packages of tho spores of all varieties
of feme found In the group for sale.
Tliesu packages aro guaranteed to contain
fresh spores ami are securely put up and
accurately named. Price per packet 10
Pumphlot containing particulars in
reference (o living plants, with a catu.
logue of the ferns mailed to any address
within thu Postal Union upon leceipt of
5 cent stamp, Addiess,
F. L. OLAIUvE,
87 llouolulu, Oahu, li, I,
"" " " " rn
Haw'n Carnage Mnnf'g',Co., & 00 100
E. O. Hall & Son, 75 100
Inter-lsland S. N. Co., 105 100
Hell Telephone, 33 10
C Brewer & Co., 101 100
AVoodlawn Dairy, 00 100
Wnlltiku Sugar Co., 07 100
AVnlmnnalo, 170 100
Star Mill, 4 GOO
Reciprocity Sugar Co., SO 100
Ice Company, 87 100
L. A. THUKSTON,:Stock Brokci.
3S Mcrchnnt Street. 151 ly
Adjourned Meeting Halmvii
STOCKHOLDERS will please taka
notice that nn adjourned imuiinl
meeting of the Halnwa Sugar Company
will bo hold at the ofllce or C. Urewcr A:
Co., Queen street, nt JO o'clock a.m.,
MONDAY, Aug. 29, 1880.
J. O. CARTER,
Secretary Unlawa Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Aug. 10,18S0. 40fl lw
Wo should Blot Out Diseaso
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences witli a slight
derangement of llio stomach, hut, it
neglected, ll in time involves the whole
frame, einbrneing the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and in fact the enure gland
ular system; and the atlliclcd drags out
a miserable existence until dcnlli gives
relief from sull'erlng. Thu disease is
often mistaken for othc- complaints;
but if the reader will ask himself the
following questions lie will be able to
determine whether lie himself is one of
the atlliclcd: Have 1 distress, pain, or
dllllculty in breathing nftc- eating? Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
drowsiness llae the eyes a yellow
tinge? Does a thick, siicky mucous
gather about the gums nnd teeth in tho
mornings, accompanied by a disagree
able taste? lb the tongue coaled? Is
there pain in the sides nnd back? Is
there a fullness about thu right side as
if the liver weio enlaiging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud
denly from an horizontal position? Arc
the secretions from the kidneys highly
coloured, witli a deposit after standing?
Does food ferment soon after eating,
accompanied by llatulcnce or belching
of gas from the stomach? Is there fie
oiicnl nnlnitntion of tlie heari? These
various symptoms may not be present at
one time, but they tonneHt the suflerer
in turn as the dreadful disease pro
gresses. If the case be one of long
standing, there will be a dry, hacking
cough, attended after a time by expec
toration. In very advanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty brownish appear
mice, and the bauds and feel r-c covered
by a cold sticky peispiration. As the
liver and kidneys become more aud
more dheased, rheumatic pains appear,
and the usual treatment proves entirely
unavailing agaiut the latter agonising
disorder. Tho origin of this malady is
indigestion or dysptp-ia, and a small
quantity of the proper medicine will
remoe the disease if taken in its incip
iency. It is mot important that thu
disease should be promptly and properly
heated in its lirst stages, when a littlo
medicine will effect a" cure, and een
when it lias obtained a stiong hold tho
correct remedy should bo persevered hi
until every vestige of tlie disease is
eradicated, until the appetite lias relum
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. Tlie much and
most elleetlial remedy for this distress
ing complaint .is '"Sclgel's Curative
Syrup,1' a vcgetnblo preparation sold by
nil chemists and mdicine vendors
theoughout tlie world, and by tlie pio
prictors, A. J. "White, Limited, London,
E. C. This Syrvp s-trikes at the very
foundation of the disease, and drives it,
loot and branch, out of thu system. Ask
your chemist for Scigcl's Curative
"East-stteet Mills, Cainbridgc-heath,
"London, J;, u., .liny !it;i, ibt
"Sir, It gives me great pleasure to bo
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your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
I had Mitfcrcd for some length of "time
from a severe form of indigestion, nnd
tho long train ot distressing symptoms
following that disease. I had tried nil
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the best medical advice. 1 had swallow,
ed sulllcient of their stuif to Host a innu
ofwar, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my .sulfcrings, brought
with him a bottle of jour Scigel Syiup;
he advised nic to try it, stating lie felt
conlldent it would benefit me. Iicing
weary of trysng so many drugs, I con.
demued It bcfoietiial, thinking it could
not possibly .lo mo any good, Iml ultl.
mately determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a shoit time it work
cd such a change in mo thut I continued
taking it for nearly two months, and I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I liavo
discontinued its use for live weeks, and
feci in thu host of health, ami can par
take any kind of food with case and
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truly, AV. S. FousTint.
"To Mr. A. .1. AVhllc."
Those who aro in the "Asthma
Furnace" should loso no time in obtain,
ing relief by the use of "Tlie Rosiutf.
weed Tar Alixturu;" but do rot usu tl.o
medicine unless you will follow all tho
directions "to thu letter."
Poor Asthma siilferera, who nro
strangers to "tired Nature's sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should mako use
of "The Hoslnwced Tor Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep avIII follow its use
"AVnterloo House, London Stile, Chis
wick, "February 17th, 1883.
l,Mesrs. AVnite and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It is with great pleas
ure that I add my testimony to tho
wonderful effects of Seigol's Syiup. For
years I nad been suffering from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would come lief ore my eyes,
so that 1 should not bu able to rccogulss
any one or anything at thu dlstnnco of u
yard or two fiom my lace. Tins would
bu followed by excessive trembling of
my kuces, so that I could nut stand
vtithout support; after which a severe
hcadacho would occur, lasting often two
or llueu dags. I h.ivo tried various
remedies for thesu distressing symptoms,
but until I tried Sclgel's Syruti I had no ,
relief, fclucu then 1 have had excellent
health In every respect, and If ever I
feel a headache coming on I take one
dose of tho Syrup, which arrests It.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo the
menus of Inducing others (who buffer as
1 used) to tiy tho Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive speedy bcnclit and
ultimately bu cured, I beg to icmaln,
"A. 11. HOUTOJf."
Sclgel's Opernthig Pills prevent 111
effects from cxeoss in eullug or drink
ing. A good doso at bed-time renders
a person lit for husludss In the morning.
It you have Asthma use' 'The Roaluweed