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$1 ;l)tuh iliUkUn.
TIIUKSDAY, SEPT. "2. tBBb.
Schr Emma from Kauai
Schr Llhollho from Koloa
, , DEPARTURES.
Stmr Kllnncit lion for Windward Ports
at 4 l'. si.
Bohr Kaulkcaoull fiom ICobulii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Ilnll for Mint! and Hawaii
10 A. M.
Schr Emma for Kauai
VESSELS III PORT.
Hk Don Xleola, Itoss
liktnc Malay, Moiehonso
Fred P Lltohlleld, Baitlett
Haw brig Allle Kow e, .1 Phillips,
Am bgtno (. Inns Spreokols, i: p Drew,
Am bail; California, Davis
NIc bk Itlinljlo, Howuid. fiom
partuic Hay, 11 l duo .Mine 25-80.
Qcrb.uk Puultlo. Ultumn, from Bre
men, duu Sept iO-'M).
Am bk Edward May, ,Tolinon, from
Boston, duu August 20-tfl.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, X S W," due August
Am bail; Elslnote, G W Jenks, from
Newcastle, X S W. due August 20-:!0.
Am bark Paoillc Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X" S W, due September
Brit bark W H Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dili, due hcie October
Bilt ship Amana, sailed from London,
Apill Glh, and from Madeira Apt 11 24th,
due heie August 24-31. .
Urlt bark Iionciiur, sailed from Liver
pool, June flth, duo nero October 23rd
Bilt bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, April 10th, due September 3
.13. Am bktnc Planter, W It Perriman,
'IromPoit Towusend, W T, due Sept
Ana ship Mohose. Knlb, from Port
Vfownseml, W T, due Sept 1-15.
Am b'jtno Sallna, Ulakc, from San
iFrauclsuo., due Aug 20-25
.Am schr Anna, Williams, fiom San
Hfranulsco, for Kahulul, due Aug 28-3Q.
Am bktnc Amelia, W Now hall, from
Etuefcu, Cal, due Aug 25-28.
Aiu.tern J C Font, fiom San Fran
cisco, due Aug 2S-30.
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Selir Emma 300 bags of paddy, 40 bags
of clean rice and 50 bags of sugar.
The bcliooncis WnloU. Wallele, Ilam
imonln, Malolo and Luka aie being le
llaircd near the FMi Market.
'Hie steamer W. G. Hall having le
;lvwl new tubes in her boiler will sail
o,uiher usual route to-morrow morning.
The bi-lg Allie Howe is anchored hi
The steamer Iwalani is being over
hauled at 'Brewer's wharf.
The linust, ,most delicious and
richest steam made Ice Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, I hciewith
publicly guarantee can only be found
in Honolulu, at the Pioneer Steam
(Confectionery, Bakery and Coinfort
;uble Cool Ice Cieani Boom, Hotel,
between Nuunnu and Foit sticets.
Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 74.
TheElito Ice Cieani Parlors,
II. J. Hai t, Proprietor,
Don't indulge in personalities to mis
lead the public, but offer their
superior Iland-mndc lee Cream,
Cakes and Candies to one and all.
Good quality in everything is our
Fitr.su, Steam-fro.cn, Pure and
Ilichest Ice Cieam, every day. No
Cieam frozen over the second, third,
or even the fourth day. Sold at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cieam IJooms. F.
HORN, Propiietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Both
.telephones, No. 74. 18
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE 1
Kapiolani Bath House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tlio above named resort, near
the Marine Railway, where you can
get tho best appetizer in the world
fiesh air and Kilt water bathing and
boating. Rcueshnicnts and coal
drinks upstair). 1C
. I,.- .,
Dit. Flint's IIuaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and nlbo for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiptivo book
with every bottle. Iieiibon Smith fe
Co., Agents. 354
FicTUiu: Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaiied,
regildcd, etc.- King Bros'. Art Store.
llOME-MADi: Cliocolato and Fancy
Creams, acknowledged to be far
superior to any impoitcd, on account
of their hoftness, fichlinchS and flavor,
always ou hand at F. HORN'S
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ieo Cream Rooms ; Hotel
Htreet, between Fort and Nuuanu.
Tnu undersigned lcspectfully in
forms Heads of families, Restaurants
and Private parties that he sells his
now universally acknowledged su
perior Ico Dream, for which tho de
mand has doubled in tho short spaco
of time of 1 month, cheaper than
what aduKciated compounds of so
called Ico Cream is told for.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry cook
and Oinamentor. lit
Patkonize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigar of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufaetitier, at tho Ciystul Soda
Works, wheio ho is prepared to 1111 till
ordeiH at tho lowest pobsiblo whole
sale prices. Island oidcis bolicited
and pioniptly filled. Tho attention
of doalciri is letpectfully invited to
tho fact "no licoiifco is lequiied" to
sell tliChO cigiiis. Do not foiget tho
name J. W. Hingloy, ror tho placo
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel stieet.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A lost pug dog iiittst be found.
Music and skating hi llio rink to
Mil. J. Lyons will hold his regular
cash sale ut 10 A. i. to-morrow,
Oi.n Prior, fruit monger on the
comer of Hotel and Fort streets,
weighs 2-15 pounds.
Tlii: Honolulu Hides are to have
extra drills on Fiiduy evening for
the benefit of the lecruits.
Mn. Harry Armitage leaves by the
steamer W. G. Hall, to-morrow morn
ing, for Kau and the Volcano.
An aged nativo was seen laboriously
wending his way along Hotel street
this morning with the assistance of
two old brooms.
Tin: contract for tho brick building
to bo erected at the lower coiner of
King .and Mauuakca sheets, has been
let to Mr. Lincoln.
The Stillman-JdoUono wedding
that was to have taken place this
evening at the Koinan Catholic
chin oh, has been postponed.
Vessels in the harbor jurere decor
ated with bunting to-day and Con
sular flags flying in honor of II. B. II.
Princess Liliuoknlani's forty-eighth
Tun large two-story brick building,
st the upper corner of King and
Maunakea streets, which has been
in progress for some time, is now
getting the loof on.
A .class in chemistry will be form
ed hi St. Louis College, at the com
mencement of the school year, the
13th instant. The necessary appa
ratus has arrived, and everything is
Captaik MiChtwlu of the Queen's
Own, gave a sproa1 to the company
last evening at tho Armory, Queen
street. To-morrow .evening the
Queen's Own will have lottery prac
tice at the Barracks.
Tiiiiee brass cannon diw,u by
about 25 native soldiers, went through
the town this morning, on their way
to Palama where a. salute was fired in
honor of II. It. II." Princess Liliuoka
lani's birthday anniversary.
The schooner General Seigcl, with
her crew of seven on a sharking ex
pedition to French Frigate slioals,
was spoken oil" Barber's Point last
evening. They were enjoying good
health and a stifi" breeze, but had
caught no sharks.
The annual election of the Hook
& Ladder Co. wjib held last night.
Geo. Norton was elected Foreman and
treasurer; J. Lewis, assistant Foic
matl ! J- Rose, Secretary. Mr. Hcr
rick rehired after having served as
Treasurer or over 20 yeais. The
company is entirely out of debt, and
has money in tlu- Treasury.
Shortly bcfoic five o'clock yestei
dav afternoon, two of the leading
building contractors of tho city got
into a pugilistic encounter olx tno
corner of King and Maunakea sheets.
Tim rniiisn nf t.lin ilist.nrlmni'i' Was
fi... ..4.lv.it rM. tlin .int., r.f i.,.1 nf .MlC
.IIU 4ll,Vll..l. ,l. bill. I'l.lU UI Jltf Jk I.
eontractois to remove a sufentanil-
Si... sm. .... . wl I ! ..!.-... lrf Wi,.! a iimtn
111 J11 .III .lUJWlllJlIf, 1UI
followed by blows. The employees
of both parties were enlisted in the
quarrel, and the fight becamo
general, the workmen using their
tools as weapons. Tho melee was
brought to a close by the interference
of tho bystandets.
A ROYAL ANNIVERSARY.
Her Royal Highness Princess
Liliuokalani celebrates tho 48th anni
versary of her birth to-day. The
celebration actually began last even
ing", by serenading parties calling at
the Princess's Palama residence,
and singing congratulatory and
complimentary compositions. The
Nihoa Society also called upon Her
Royal Highness with a congratula
tory address and a handsome pre
sent, comprising a wino set of cut
glass, two large white kahilis made
of Kaula feathers, and a large '
French clock. ' ,
Early this morning the police
force, about 50 strong, marched to
the Princess's J'alama residence,
headed by the Marshal and Deputy
Marshal, nnd led by the Reforma
tory School Band. Tho Marshal, on
behalf of the Police, tendered loyal
expressions, of good-will, which were
suitably replied to by Her Koyal
At 10 o'clock ladies and gentle
men began to pay their respects, and
from that hour forward there was
one almost unbroken stream of.
At half-past 10 Mr. L. Mont-
guuiury maiucr was presented to mc
Princess by Major A. Rosa, andl
read very impressively and then pre
sented the following appropriate ad.
dress: To Hku Royal Hioiin-kss Piu.ncess
Liliuokalani, much loved Pilnce.b.
In sweet leuiembraneo of t iv natal day,
Let all thy many friends ttielr lovo ex-
In modesty, their thoughts to theo eon-
Under this clear blue sky whine thou
On this fair laud, thy naiiio Uhenid
Kindness and Jove awake wl th theo each
inoi n ;
A nation knows thy hem t without alloy.
Long life to theo, kind Princess good
A peifeet peace and puifect health bo
Nuinbeilng with coming years, as they
Iiicivai.ing fi lends whoso ho.ni Is shall
L. MONTGOJlKUV MjUTIIEH.
ztattamjHUnj!TmiiBiui in iiiMiimmfmmmmm
This address was ubmpdseil by
the gentleman who presented It, Mr.
Mather; is beautifully engrossed on
white satin, and ornamented very
prettily. Mrs. Strong having done
tlio ornamentation and Mrs. Julius
Smith the handiwork.
After a short interval the First
Division of the Liliuoka
lani Education Society Med
into the rdom, and presented
the I'icsidciit of the Society with a
neat little box containing a set of
silver spoons and forks. Miss L.
Brickwood, on behalf of the Society,
preceded the gift by the following
Wo, the undeisigncd members of
tho first division of the Liliuokalani
Educational Society, beg to tender
through our committee our heartiest
coiigiatulations on this your High
ness's biitlulav, and our best wishes
for your future and prosperity. Wo
also' beg your kind acceptance of tho
accompanying gift as a token of our
llertoyal Highness feelingly re
plied, and uttered woids of en
couragement to the Society to keep
the object of the Association con
stantly in view.
Their Majesties arrived at the
residence of the Piineess at a few
minutes of noon and were received
with proper honors by the guard on
duty, the guests present .rising on
the entrance of the ioy.il pair.
Princess Liliuokalani, by request of
His Majesty, presented herself be
fore him, and thereupon, after a
short introductory address by His
Majesty, whilst kneeling, was in
vested with cordon and decoration
of the Royal Order of Kapiolani, the
insignia of which Older was also
displayed by His Majesty. Her
Majesty assisted in the placing of
the decorations, which were handed
to the royal donors by Col. Iaukea,
His Maiestv's Chamberlain. After
the decoration Their Majesties re
tired to an ante-ioom preparatory
to taking further part in the cere
monies attendant on the auspicious
A short interval and then followed
representatives of the second divi
sion of the Liliuokalani Educational
Society, who through their spokes-'
lady, Mrs. Charles W. Clark, pre
sented the Piineess with an address
conveying in1 its wording feelings of
aloha',a,ud regard which found vent
in substantial and tangible evidence
in the shape of an elegant silver
water set, smitably enscrihed and
consisting of pitcher, cups and bowl.
The pleased and sui prised tecipient
expressed her appteciation of the
present in fitting words delivered in
the usual quiet and easy manner
which is a distinguishing character
istic of Her Highness.
Jscxt came the lviionoouo bocictj'
with au address in Hawaiian by
Mrs. J. Kaueaceoinpanied by amag
niiicent tea and eo,ee set, the name
of the recipient neatly engraved
In addition to the gifts of .the so
cieties already mentioned were a
great -variety of pretty and costly
presents from individuals, prominent
among which aie the following: An
elegant embroideried sofa cushion,
the work of Princess Like-
, - ... .
I like, presented by the Princess ;
' .1 fltf
a diamond ring, by His Excellency
governor Dominis ; a carriage rug,
by 3Iiss Helen Clegliorn; a large
silver P la(llei y 1Iis Excellency
W M Gibson-; ;i set of silver salt
spoons, hyMis. F. H. Ilaysclden;
aJapanefcu embroidered screen, by
His Majes.'-y's Chamberlain, Col. C.
P. Iaukea;" a silver card case, by
Hon. F. H. I Jiiyseklen ; a set of out
glass preserve dishes, by Miss Liliu
Carter; a silvr salad fork and
spoon, by Hon. d Mrs. Samuel
Parker; sugar tons, ly Miss Edith
Turton ; a silver bo.'iquct holder, by
Miss L. Hart; and many others too
numerous to mention.
A great many ladies and gentle
man have called during the day,
and a large company is assembled
as we go to press among whom are
His Majesty's Ministers, prominent
Government olllcials, the meiuucra
of the Legislature, military otlicers,
both of the volunteer and regular
service, and a large body of ropie
The Royal Hawaiian Band has
been picsent during the afternoon.
The Prince's Own volunteer com
pany underwent a drill dining the
afternoon. The limn is now in pro
gress, and everything indicates gen
eral happiness and enjoyment, and
the occasion will bo remembered
witli pleasure. Long and happily
live Her Royal Highness Piineess
Six Japanese sailors employed o
tho schooner Emma had a bloody
quarrel while at Koloa, Kauai, this
week. At dark tho six Japs got
into one of the schooner's hoats to
go ashore. They had gone but a
short distance when tho dispute
commenced. Knives were drawn,
and after some slashing at each
other, Captain Kibling and his mate
in another boat reached the lighting
Japs, and subdued them with clubs.
One of the combatants received a
bcvero cut on the head fiom tho
knife of a fellow countryman, the
others were but slightly scratched.
Tho injured sailor who was afraid
to go aboaid the schooner again that
night, walked from Koloa to Hnna
pepe where ho met the Emma next
day. Captain Kibbling says his
Japanese sailois in o a quarrelsome
set and ho will dischmgo them to
Suspended animation the girl in
e hammock Merchant Traveler.
Two society gossips met this
morning and carried on tho following
First Lady Why, how do you do,
I haven't seen you for a long time.
Second Lady No,theso southerly
winds are awful.
Fist Lady Yes, my husband is
not feeling very well. Did you
notice Mrs. at church last Sun
day, how frightfully she was dressed,
and that bonnet, oh 1 how hideous 1
Second Lady Her dress waa silk,
was it not?
First Lad' No, only imitation,
and the idea of wearing three shades
of bottle-green with red, how ridi
culous. Poor thing, she don't know
how to dress, and her husband, the
dear little fellow, lie don't know
enough to go in the house when it
rains. Together "nh ah all."
Second Lady We had a glorious
time the other night. You'd a died
laughing. The telephone wires weie
crossed and we could hear sonic man
down town cooing to his young wife
tlnouj;li the telephone. It was sick
ening. She would say, "when is oo
tunituing home love?" and he would
answer "pretty' soon dear." 1
laughed so hard that George had to
get my smelling salts for fear I'd
First Lady Mr. and Miss
are to be married soon, I believe.
Second Lady I think so. He's
a nice quiet young man, too good
for her, but she has money and
Hint's everything you know. JsTo
matter who her ancesters were or
how liotnley she might be, as long as
she's got plenty oT money, its all
First Lady I wonder when Miss
and Miss will get married.
Second Lady To-day if they got
First Lady Well, good-by, I'm
going down the street to match some
For the month of Aug., 188G:
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of Aug
buted as follows:
was S8, dlstil-
Under 1 year.... 7
Fiom 1 to fi i"
From 5 to 10.... 1
From 10 to 20... 0
From 20 to 30... 8
From .TO to 40.
From 40 to fi0.
From 50 to 00.
Fiom 00 to 70.
CAUsn or m:.vrit:
Consumption. ... 4
Dis. ot Riain 1
Dls. of Heart.. .. :t
Number unattended ....lil
COMI'AltATIVK MONTHLY MOKTAI.ITV:
Aug., 1882 13 Aug., 1885 40
Aug., 1883 00 Aug., 18S0 58
Aug., ISS-t 10
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
J. II. BllOWN,
Agent Board of Health.
NOTICE is hereby given that Mr.
JAR FOO SIN hiiTing sobl out all
his intoiest in the Kong Wo fc Co. Car
pouter Shop, Nuuanu btreut, to Mr. Ho
Su ICi'e, is no lonjjor responsible for the
Compiny dolits. 18 3w
HZalcaaliO Salt, '
Cheap, in any Quantity.
!)!) HUSTACKAs UUlIHIiTSON. flm
Store lor Kent, and Fix
tures Tor Sale.
rpiIAT desir.ililo Stoio i occupied
X by ihu LADI I.S' IJAZAAH, M Foil
street, and nil this FiMuru , Glis- Caes,
lie, for biiIua, For turiheriiirtieularH,
enquire on tliccPicmires 410
Election ol Oiliccr.s.
AT the minimi nu cliug of the llnliwa
Sugar Company, lielil August 28,
18SII, the followiiii! olllcors wyie ileoleil
for Die eiifliung year:
John II. Paty
Peter 0. Joni'i...
.loseph O. Cartel
Qeoige .1. Hois..
and .la'B A.
J. O. CAUTEIi,
Scnrciiuy lluliiuu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Auk, a ). IfiBli, la lm
WAII CHUNG has pnrchiin''d tho
hiiHlnes of the Hun of Snug In
T.ii Company, Tinnnhhs, Muunnkeii
rill net, Irom Chok Wh. Accounts duo
hv and owing lo tho llrni will ho (-etHcil
hy WAII CHUNG.
Honolulu, Augiibt 28, lBttl. 17 2w
Will ho open every iiltoinooii mid ovon
ing as follows:
Monday, Tuomluy, Wfilm-Ndaj' aud
To tho puhllo In general.
For ladicn and gentlemen.
For lailien, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
WILLIAM WALL, Muuujer.
UMittinrrn iHM'rm'J 'WMfnuiMlSA'WIf WU I'W WWPWWMW
Accumulated Fundi 3,000,000 Ster
ling. rpHi: Agent of thl Company In Hono.
X lulu Ims rtoclvpil intruptlnn to
riducc tho rates of Lll'K INSURANCE
In ihls country to n minimum late,
without any rlra pirmhiiu foi lcsl
denco In the Hawaiian Island.
Among the priinMp.il advantages nt.
Inching tnu I.llu I'oiic' in the "Norlli.
em," Httcnlimi Is p-pielnlly drawn to
Huriondci culm of lap cd policies
are lit hi nt the di oitiou of the a---Hired
for rIv m,.ii
Immediate piMiu n- oi claims without
deduction of dKcn i 1
Abolition of lo-tiic Ions oti foreign
tMVul ami ri-oiiU'iii c.
17 lit TIIEO 11 D.VVtKS. Agent.
In conformity wlllt a resolution of
tho Shareholder rf tli W'aime.i Sugar
Mill Company, adopted at a meeting
held mi August i:i, i-Sii. authorizing the
President and t-enc no of Mini Coi pot
ation to ilhptiic of its pioper'.y, etc., the
property of ihu said
ffaimca Sonar Mill Co.,
will bo folil to the highest bidder, at
Public Auction, at tho ji.ile-iooni of K.
I'. Adams & Co., on
Monday, 6th tluy of Septem
ber, A.TJ. 1886,
nt the hour ol 12 o'clock m , lo wit: tho
Entire bUOAH VtO filth, known as the
Krceted on fee simple land at Waimca,
Kauai, with all its contents and niachin.
cry and moJeru impiovcmeuts, maim,
faclured hy llio Honolulu Iron Works
Company in lfcs4.
Lo.iosof lands iidjiiinhig Ihc mill site.
Houses fur inamigci, sugar holler, en
gineor and luliorer
lil.ick'-inllh and carpenter ntiop.
220 working Oxen, mure or 1cm?. ,
yo ox-cut?, yokes and clnins.
Rrake, hauioai'-i, windmill, black,
smith and carpenter looU Including 1
largo Piilnam Lidio, complete and
Olllce ami household furniture.
Railroml track, etc,, etc
1 second-hand Undine, 1024, itinrdcr,
made by the lluuoliilu Iron Woiks
Also, all coal, luinLor and sugar hags
whatever ou hand on day of Mile.
ZST For information as lo terms of
sale anil oilier particulars as to
K.vlstini; II;iniii;v Jisisd,r.c(N,
Woll.horlng and other minor contracts
advantageous to llio Mill, persons desir
ing to becomo piiiehiniis. uriv apply to
I'll. OPFKKUKLT, I'r.sidi'iit
ED.UOFFSCIlLAlXlrllt & Co, Ag'ts,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
407 td Auctioneers.
JiVHrJ ,lou ' nl11' '"l olYthoP.iuou
weSAsSaPuiHhU'Wl S'loet IJihlgc.
House ciiiitnii'H r, iiiom-, Iljihinom,
Kltehen and I'uiti) (iiihiiuo cmi sis'
iny of Stable ( .iriiage Ibmso and liar
uess room. The .iiiuil aie ulautoil
with eholo'tiee lo bu sold cheap for
cash. Apply to
J -M. MOXSAHKAT,
15 tf Ho, 27 Mciclmut htreet.
Banjo and Guitar,
30. .1. Appleby,
A Thorough Teacher.
;.?; For tonus, apply to
100 lm WEST, DOW & jSO
rrUIBlmdi'iBtimcd Is prepared to fur
X nisli specimens of all tho
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rates.
ttomploto Collection etnbrac
Inj; Mil varieties !uprenti.tig'!0 families
prepared to order only. These collections
display ontiio fronds of each fern with
roots and other Important parts of each
plant. Collections jcmbrnclug from i0
lo 80 nrleties elegantly mounted and
decorated Willi mosses, lichens and fca.
weeds peculiar lo the islands always ou
hand at Mw-Vi. King Hros.' Art btore,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
xjw k x Hi?ortisw.
Packages of Ihc spoics of all varieties
of funis found in the group for Bale.
TliOi-o packages ui o guaranteed to contain
lri'sh spores ami are securely put up and
accurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet containing pjitictilars in
refeieiico to living plants, with a rata,
iogue of the ferns mailed to any address
within the Postal Union upon lecciptof
0 cenl stamp. Ailitii'ss.
F. L. CLARKE,
87 Honolulu, O.1I111, II. I.
Crystal Soda forte
Ginger Alo, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lcmnnade, Sarfaparllln,
Fruit Sjrnps nml Essences and
niado f mm llio puro Apple, all of which
we Kuaranlee lo be llio licit.
Igy Wc also invito pnrticH intending
stm ting storis for the sale of iced
diluks and wishing loiintain supplier,
to call ou us before going elsewhere.
Tki Crystal Soda forks,
P. O. Box 897, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : ' : : 330
Inter-Islanfl S. I. Co.,
Tlie Best DRoxxte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'llio now mil i-tanncli
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
The steamer passes along tho entire
coast of die leeuiiril Blile of Hawdl, af.
fowing tnurii-ts n p.inniRinu of charm,
ing soenen, and will blop nt Kcnlukc
kua l!ay, where sutllelciit time is allow,
id to vlhil the Monunieiil of Captain
TouiiutR hy this louti-icai'h Piinuluu
at 5 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night o,i the
vortiel, making tho Viuiro passage in
smooth ualei. At l'liniiluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourNth ui'l he conveyed
hy railroad to I'ahalu, thence by stage
coach to Hdf.wny Hou-e, whoio horses
ami guides will be in uili'mhuico to con.
vey Ilium to lite Vol alio.
'I'ouiists will have urn nights nnd one
whole day al the Volcano House.
Tickets for the i ound trip, $50, which
includes all expemes.
Apply to HA'nKY A KM WAGE,
Agent, nt "Williams' I'hiilograph Gallery,
Fori sin el, or in the ollloi- ot the I. I S.
N. Co., K"planuilt! 1170 dm
Burnt UuC bilt Not Dead !
Ryaa's Boai-Biili Sloi
lo now ailjoliilug tin rear of
$ DO IHU
CJ '0 HO
Ilaw'n Cat nugo Miuit 'k Co,
i:. O. Hall ti t-on.
Iiitui.lrluml J", N. Co,
C Htowir t Co ,
W'ooilluw a Uaiiy,
nlluKu Sugai Co.,
Heuiprooily Sugar Co.,
L. A THUHSTON, Stock Uroket.
3S Merchant Street, 151 ly
A LI. nersoiis
who want to communi-
XX. cnto with ihc Poituvueso, either
lur biisinesi., or for procuring workmen,
si mints or 'inv other helps, will Had it
the most iirolllnble way to advert Ue In
tho Luto UawaiitiHO, the now organ of
the l'.Jitll i'U-e colon v, which is pub.
llBhcd on Merchant stitei, Gaitltt IJuild.
Ing, (PosiOitlco Loiter Hox K.), and
only charfeu loasouuhlo rates for advertisement.
Tho Inter "Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hnnd for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
1151 Baf lr0n t'y
DESIRING to cloo out our Ship
Chandlery and Commission I)titl.
ne, wo shall cell at REDUCED
PRICES and will closse out our entlro,
Stock, good. will and lease of prenl'er,
nt a fair valuation, to a re ponsltle
party. A. W. PEIROE & CO.
Having rccuicd tho Services of
Geo. C, Stratemeyer
wo arc prepared to execute all
House or Sign
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
A Woman's Siiriif and
A. Voice from A.iiBtrln.
Near the village of Zilllngdorf, In
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haa?, an In.
telllgent anil industrious woman, who'e
story of ph steal viitlcrlng aud final re
lief, as related by herself, is of latere.-1
to English women. "I was employed, "
she nays, " In the work of a large farm
house. Oter-work brought on sick
headache, followed hy a deathly faint
ing and siokucs of tho stomach, until I
wa unable to retain cither food or
drink. I, was c mpclled to take to my
bed for several weeks. Golting a little
tictter from rest and epiiet, I sought t
do some work, but was soon taken with
a pnin In my side, which in a lilllu
while seemed to spread over my whole .
body, and throblcd in my every limb.
This was followed hy n cough mid
shortness of breath, until finally I could
not sew, nnd I took to my hid for the
H'conil, anil, as I thought, for the la-t
time My friends told u that my time
had r early come, and that 1 could not
live longer than when tho tiecs put on
their green ncemoie. unen i Happen
ed to get one of tho Sclgel pamphlets.
I read it, and my dear mother bought
tno a bottle of Sclgel'b Syrup, which I
took c.xnctly according to directions,
and I Imd not taken thu whole of it he
fore I felt a great chance for the heller.
My laM. illness began June .1683, and
continued to Aumi'-t !)tli, "when 1 began
to take the Syrup. Ycry soon I could
do a little" light work. The conch left
me, and I was no inoje troubled in
b eu thine; . Now I am perfectly outed.
And oh, how happy I am! I cannot ex
press gratitude enough for Soigel'4
Syrup. Now I must tell you that llio
doclois In our district distributed hand,
bills cautioning people against tho
medicine, telling them it would do Hum
no good, and many were thereby influ
enced to destroy the Selgel pamphlet1;
hut now, wheieter one is to be found, it
is kept like a relic. Thu few preserved
are borrowid to read, and I have leut
mine for six miles around our ilistiini.
People have come eighteen milts to got
me to buy th'- medicine for them, know,
ing that it cured me, and to be sure to
get the right kind. I known woman
who was looking like death, ami who
told them there was no help fur her,
that hc had consulted several doctors,
hut none could help her. I told her of
Selgol's Syrup, anil wrote the ntinio
down for her that the 1nli;ht make no
mistake. She took my ailvicu and llio
Syrup, anil now she is in ported Health,
and the people around us aio amazed.
Tho medicine has ni.itle such prourebS
in our neighborhood that people say
they don't want tho doctor any moie,
but thev take the Syr p. Sufferers from
goul who were confined to their bed and
could hardly move u llnecr, have been
cured hv it. There is a girl in out iljs,
Irict who caught a cold hy going
through some wuter, and wii m bed hvo
years with cusiiveness and rhiuuiutic
pains, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in tho Hiiirnuiiding dUtricts to whom
her mother had not uppllid to relievo
her child, but every one acted Hum.
solves and said they could not help her.
Whenever tho little bell rang which Is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead,' we thought surely it was for her,
but Seigel'n Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she la as healthy as auy.
body, .oes to church, and can work
uvea iu the fields. Everybody was as.
toujshed when they mvv her out, know
ing how many years she hud luen in
bed. To-duy she adds her gratitude lo
mine for God's mercies anil Seigel't
Syrup. Mahia Haas "
The people of England rpiuk coiiliriu.
ing tho above.
A.rtv Many Yuuiit.
"AVliittlclo.Woods, near Clioilev,
"Dear Sir, .Mother Selgol's mediciiio
sells exceed lug well ilh us, all llmi tiy
it speak highly hi its fi.vor, Vic hail u
case of u voting b.ily thai had Ivon irou
iilcu many years wiin pains niter euiii g.
tens us mat ine pains weru entirely
taken nway after a few
dc sis ol vour
medicine Yours tiujy,
A.tl;v Hevcral Ynani.
"Stoke Ferry, January Dili. 1884.
"Gentlemen, 1 have usid Hlegel'n
Syrup forscveial years, mill luive tound
it a most ullliaclnus rimedy fur Liver
complulntt and eneial debiliiy, ami I
always keep some by me, ami caiiuoi
speak loo highly iu lis iirnhe I ro
main, jours truly, Harriett King"
A.ftur Hlaitt'oii Yviim,
"05, Ncvgati'Ktieet, Work i. Notts,
"Die nibei JJiMt, P8..
"Gcniltmen, It i with the j. i' "'e.-l
if plc'isuiu I at cord ni) ictinuiy us to
tho clllriiuy of Mother Siigel's ryrup.
My wifu, who has suffered from acute
Dyspepsia for over sixteeu years, is now
perfectly bettor through tho slo helpt
of vour Syrup. I havo sent pent nils in
medicines from doctors in fact, I be.
gun to think she was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was triid,
I remain, yours, thankfully,
me 3311'outH liuvv lieoii
" Ilioid Itond D spin-ary, Dul intleld,
"Dear Sir, I am hpp,v to inlnim
rou llrillho sale of yourrup i. il lilh
increasn here contimiully. fctveral of
my cu6tomer speak of having detlvid -more
be no tit fioia the use of these than
iltm . tfaiV..
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