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THURSDAY, SEPT. 9. 1880.
Schr Ifutikeaoull from Kohala
Schr Mnry Foster from Kaiinl
Bgtne WGliwln, McCulloch, 15 days
from S.m Francisco
Dgtnu J 1) Spicokols from San Fran-
Sclir Ko An Hon from Kunti
lhuk Cnltfoi nia for Poi t Tow iisend
Sclir Ciuiule for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Kaulkctioull for ICobala
VESSELS IN PORT.
JJgtne J D Sprockets
Dgtno W G Irwin, McCulloch
Japanese man-of-war Tsukiiba, Fukus-
Am ship Mchosc. ICalb
Bktne Amelia Newh.ill
Bk Isl0 of Klin, .las Inkster ,
Bktne Kllikltal, Cutler '
Am bk Kdward May, Jolinson
Bk Don Teo1as Hoss
Bktne Muhiv, Morehouse
Fred P Lttulilleld, Bartlett
Haw biig AlUeKowe, J Phillips,
Nic bK Kimijio, Howard, from De
parture Bey, 11 0, duo June L'5-30.
Gcr bin k Pacific, Oltnian, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark Klslnore, G W Jcnks, from
Newcastle, 3f S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacllle Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S W, due September
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, due here October
Brit-ship Ainaua, sailed from London,
April 0th, and from Madeira April liUU,
due here August 24-31.
Brit bark lionerag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due heie October 23id
Am bktne Planter, W It Perrlmau,
from Port Towusend, W T, duo Sept
Am btne Salina, Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-25
Am bk Forest Queen, AVindliig, due
Am bk Martha Davis, P M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
Haw bk Thomas E. Foster, F W
ttngg, from Newcastle, X S AV, due
Brit ship Hosnoda, J Babcoek, from
Newcastle, 'X S W, due October 10-30.
It 31 S S Alameda, H G Morse, from
' Colonics, en route to San Francisco,
due September 25tli.
Am brgtuc Jolin D Sprcckels, C de
Frits, fiom San Francisco, due Septem
Haw biig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Fiancisco, due at llilo, Ha
waii, September 9-15.
R M S S Jlararoa, (Brit), James Edie,
from San Francisco, en route to the Co
lonies, due October 2.
B 31 S S Australia. (Haw) . II Webber,
from San Francisco, en route to the Co
lonies, due October 8th.
Am sclir ltosnrio, Christiansen, from
San Francisco, due September 9-1C.
!Fm San Fiancisco, per sclir J C
iFord, Sept Sth; Dunford and wife.
Far San Francisco, per Itussian S S
M.oskwi,'iScpt Sth : Chas Greenllcld, II
Kamp, D llaggarty and Daniel Burke.
From San Francisco, per Bgtne V G
Irwin Sept 9th :-E C Winston, Frank
Robertson and Harry Frazer.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Kauikeaoull 2,200 bags sugar
Sclir M Foster 1M Dags sugar
58 bags paddy
Schr Ke Au Hon 02 bags sugar and 17
The Moskwa took 842 bunches of ba
'nanas from this port for San Francisco
The bgtne J D Spreckcls Fills master,
was towed In port this afternoon 13 days
from San Francisco, with a deck load
iof mules besides considerable merchan
dise. The bgtne W G Irwin, captain 3Io
Culloch ai rived this morning, 15 days
from San Francisco, with 300 hogs and
ja large quantity of general merchandise.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Three hundred hogs came by the
W. Gr. Irwin this morning, for Burke
His Majesty received the oflicers of
the Japanese man-of-war at the Palace
The steamer W. G. Hall is duo
here to-morrow' afternoon from Hu
,waii and Maui.
Mn. Herbert's steam
feet 5 inches long, 8
wide, and 4 feet deop.
launch is 32
feet ! inches
PniNOESS Likeliko holds a recep
' tion at her residence, Waikiki, be
tween the hours of 3 and 5 this after
noon. Up to noou to-day, 50 Chinamen
Uiad engaged passage, for Hongkong
.by the bark Litchfield, to sail next
Tin: officers and teachers of tho
Bethel Union Sunday School aro to
meet this oveniug at tho residonce of
Mr. AVcst, Waikiki. .
Tin: Legislative committee on
accounts, ropoit a balance of S188.2U
from the appiopiiation of $35,000 for
. i ...
L. J. LnvKV will hold his regular
cash salo at 10 a. ji., to-morrow.
Among thu nunioioiiB lots of goods to
bo offered, is a lttige hoeo-clipping
TwENTY-rouu mules for Ookala
plantation, Hawaii, and ono carriage
hoibO, arrived by tho J. I). Spreckcls
this morning. Tho horso is for Dr.
Tin: Japanese steam launch was
employed in towing tho schooners
' coal, out to
T.'ts or.daU of tho .Tftpnneto, nun
ofMvrr may bo seen batliing about tlio
shin i.i tlio evenings. Tlicir heads
only being above water, they appear
at u distnnco liko u swarm of fiisky
Tin: Hawaiian Hotel Hack Com
pany arc having tlicir hacks paintad
ii uniform color, thereby making them
(litiii3UiRlinb1ofioin other hacks. 'J'lio
Jlnvniian Caringc Manufacturing
Co. iuo performing the woi'.c.
Tun dull stalo of the atmosphere
yesterday, culminated in a heavy
rainfall last night, or rather, eaily
this morning. The niin was wel
comed on all sides, and n repetition
every night for a week, Would bo
Onb of the hardest worked men in
Honolulu is Mr. Pierce, Cleik of tho
Legislative Assembly. Ho has at
present in his hands i,01G documents
of which he keeps a record, and is
expected to he aide to put his hand
on any one of them whenever called
At the Police Court on Tuesday,
Antonc Pony was charged with furi
ous and hcedkfcs diiving, fo which
lie was iwp.'nii'iidcd and discharged.
Yestuvdi.y . r :oo drunks sutlcred the
tisr.nl cntiU., cf $0 each, and to-day,
one Ahhii was l-cnniuricd on a charge
of disorderly conduct.
Tun East Muui Plantn ion Co.'s
piopcity at Mnkawao wii1- brorght to
tlio hum iiu. at noon to-day. heveral
capitalists assembled at the auction
rooms, but evidently nio,-o out of
curiosity than with an intention of
buying, ns no odor was made above
tho upbct pi ice of $50,000.
It is dull
about town in more
one. The atmosphere
is heavy and oppressing, and there is
nothing going on of an exciting
character. A gciitlcman standing at
tho corner of Fort and Merchant this
morning compared the former to a
gravo-yaid avenue. Rather a dull
A party of vocalists, with several
string instruments, took possession
of tho upper balcony of a two-story
house on Kukui street, near Fort
btieet, last evening, and filled tho
air with favoiito melodies and good
singing. Thoy will meet at the same
place next Saturday evening, to sing
and play again.
"People are hereby warned not to
trespass on these premises under
penalty ol tho law." The foregoing
notice is posted on a telephone polo
adjoining the King street bridge, and
bears tlio name of a private citizen.
W'nat p- emises a: oreferred to, viiether
the bridge or the telephone pole, is
what travelers are interested to
Tun individuals selected by the
House ycsieiday sitci'noon and this
morning to become recipients of
permanent settlements are Piincees
Poomaikalani, GoveiTiesi, of Hawaii ;
Hon. W. C. Pa-ke, ox-Mai dial of the
Hawaiian K'ndom; Mr. T. W.
Everett, Sheiiff of Maui; and Hon.
Abraham Fornandc, district judge
The Japanese landed about 150
men last night for a run ou shore.
It would appear that obedience is
strongly inculcated in tho .Tapaneso
sailor. After landing and marching
up Fort street in squads, they soon
found their lavo ito haunts, and
aftei spending their allotted time,
they returned to their ship at about
A zeai.our fn eman, on hearing tho
fire bell rung this morning said,
"Those fellows belter let up on that
bell, or the first thing they know
there will be a fire and nobody will
go to it. That's no way to test a bell
anyhow. They ought to ling it with
out notice, and &eo how many heads
thoy can muster in tho shortest
His Majesty having invited the
officers of all tho military companies
to assemble nt tho Palace, last even
ing, to talk of battalions movements,
every company was fully lopresented
except tho Honolulu Rifles, who wero
excused an account of last evening
being their drill night. During .the
meeting on interesting-debate sprung
up on a cortain series of movements,
and at tho time of adjourning ' tlio
difficulty was not settled.
The new firo bell was tested this
morning between 9 and 10 o'clock,
but notwithstanding that precaution
ary measures had been taken to pre
vent an alarm, by inserting an item
in tho "Adveitiser," warning the
public of the Fire Department's in
tention to ring the bell, thero was a
feeling of excitement created through
out tho town. At least two days'
notice ought to have been given of
such a disturber of tho peace.
Wnnuma Calces of 25 yca-s' repu
tation in Honolulu always on hand
fiom 0 to 100 lbs. of tho finest,
ic 'est and delicate lluvor, and orna
mented in tho higlicot stylo of art, at
lowo.1 p.-lceij than any who o elfcc, at
tho Steam Ctuidy Faolo.y & Bakery
ol F. HORN,
Practical Confoo'-iouer, Pastry Cook
Mutual and Bell Telephone, No. 74.
I'UKi:, ltlCH AND ONLY
tT VREBIl ICE CHEAM prj
KVEUY DAY AT
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery & Ico Cream Booms. 27
Dit. Flint's Hkaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseiibcs of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottlo. Benson Smith fc
Co., Agents. 354
What overybocly neodi nt tho pre
sont hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. There is nothing like
tho supeiior handmade Ico Cicams,
Shcibets and Fruit Ices served at tho
Klito Ico Cream Pallors, 85 Hotel
sticct. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't bo beat.
Tin: largest stock and greatest
variety of homo manufactured
strictly puro Candies, can only bo
found nt tlio Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream
llooms, No. 71, Hotel street, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. F. HOIIN,
Proprietor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Ornanienter.
Fnnsii, Steam-frozen, Puro mid
Richest Ice Cream, every day. No
Cream frozen over the second, third,
or oven tho fourth day. S5ld at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Fuotgry,
Bakery, and Ico Cream Booms. F.
HOItN, Proprietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Botli
telephones, No. 74. 18
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE
Kapioluni Bath House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tho above named resort, near
tho Marino Railway, where you can
get the best appetizer in tlio woild
fresh air and salt water bathing and
boating. Refreshments and cold
drinks upstairs. 10
Autists1 Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 24 Gt.
Patronizk Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Woiks, where he is prepared to till all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island oiders solicited
and promptly tilled. Tlio attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
The Eoyal Hawaiian Band will
tive a moonlight concert nt Emma
Square this evening, beginning at
7:b0. Following is the pro
gramme: PAKT I.
Overture Hungai iun Kcler Bela
Polka Cnvulicr Fahrbach
Finnic Carmen Bizet
Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe
'Kupaloke" mo ,lLei Aloha."
Selection Eriulnic Iakuboroky
Fantnsiy Di earns Wiederko
Waltz Spankn Waldteiifel
Medley Black Biigadc Bcyor
Japanese Anthem. Hawaii Ponoi.
OUR BOYS ABROAD.
Messis. William T. Monsarrat,
Ernest Wodehouse, and Walter
McBryde, who left Hon lulu several
months ago, by the barkentine
Klikitat, for Port Townsend, W. T.,
have been heard from. Wm. Monsar
rat, shoitly r-fter bjs arrival in Port
Townsend, went to Aricloiia, B. C,
where he remained a short time.
From Victotia he went to Oregon,
and from there to San Francisco.
Having stopped in San Fiancisco
for some days, he once more packed
his baggage, an.l traveled. This
time he went to Lexington, Ken
tucky, whe.'e he is now preparing to
enter the university of that place.
Ernest Wodehouse is in l'ovt Gam
ble, W. T., woiking in a lumber
mill. He will probably remain there
for a year or two. Walter McBryde
is at Port Townsend, book-keeping
for some lumber firm. lie talks of
returning to Honolulu in a few
years. Sam, Monsarrat, who
left for San Francisco a few months
ago, with his brother J. M., is now
attending St. Matthew's College,
San Mateo, Cat.
DEPARTURE OF S. S. MOSKWA.
At 5:30 o'clock last evening the
Moskwa weighed anchor and steam
ed out of harbor on her voyage to
San Francisco. The wharf was
lined with spectators who had as
sembled to watch the noble ship
move away. Prior to her leaving, a
breakfast, was given on board by
Captain O. Radio'!, Prince Fcrdiu
and Wittgenstein, and Pince
Prosorowsky Galitzine, to the Ha
waiian Minister of Foreign Affairs
and others, amongst whom were
Mr. J. S. Webb, Secretary to
Foreign Ofilce ; Col. Curtis 1 Iau
kea, His Majesty's Chamberlain;
Major A. B. ,IIay!ey, Mr. J. W.
Pflugcr, wife and daughter; Mr.
Henry F. Poor ; Mr. and Mrs. C.
O. Berger, Mrs. F. P. Hastings,
Miss Gardinier, Miss Winter, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D.' Str' ng, Col. J. II.
Boyd and Mr. David Dayton, De
puty Marshal. An enjoyable after
noon was spent and the visitors en
tertained their guests right royally.
A literary genius furnishes the
following queries, which he desig
nates conundrums, for publication,
and which ho claims to bo among
tlio foicmost questions of the age:
If the young ladies of Honolulu
wero to sell kisses at 25 cents each,
would they iaisc enough money to
buy a punch andajudy show? If
these Islands should fall through the
crust of the earth, where would they
go to? Where have all the late ar
rivals of Chinese stowed themselves,
since Chinatown was burnt down?
Why io it that a fellow can't taku a
lady friend to an entertainment In
this city, without being engaged to
her? 1 a dog goes into a lestnu
rant and don't come out again, whnt
does It indicate? How miserable
would our women bo without the
telephone ? li tlita la flno weather for
ducks, what is good for chick,
ens? When a young wife mnkci
her ill si pudding, why to it Umt her
husband is unable to woilc thu next
day? How is it that girls from
forcinn countries coino hero and get
married, while tho Ilonultilu gills,
who are dying for some one to love
them, must depend on their littlo
brothers fir even nn escort? When
tho Legislature is over and tho ever
iucrcasing wisdom of the members
is confined within their cranium, will
there be an explosion and a spilling
3Irny persons have been com
mitted to tlio Hale Pupule on less
damaging evidence than the ubovc.
m lii ! i'i '
London, August 27th. Glad
stone's brochure on the Irish ques
tion was published to-doy. It con
tains fifty-three pages and is similar
in excellence of its stylo to Glad
stone's pamphlet on tlio Bulgarian
atrocities. At the outset Mr. Glad
stone toinpaies it with tho apology
he wrote on his change of attitude
regarding the Irish Chinch.
The btochure is under two heads.
First is the history of the idea, in
which Mr. Gladstone summaiizes
the following conditions, under which
alone, in his view, it would become
possible: First, the abandonment
of hope that Parliament could serve
as a passable legislative instrument
for Ireland; second, the unequivocal
and constitutional demand of thu
Irish members ; third, the possibility
of dealing with Scotland in a similar
way in circumstances of equal and
equally clear desire. Gladstone
then passes on to defend himself
from the charge of having sprung n
Home-Rule measuie upon his friends.
Replying to the charges of Harting-
tou and Chamberlain, that he had
conceived the idea precipitately, and
to their charge of having concealed
it unduly, he denies that it is the
duty of a Minister to make known
even to his colleagues every idea
forming on his mind, which would
tend to confuse and ictard instead
of aiding business. Alta Califor
nia. Queen Elizabeth stylo is expected
to come in again about 1888. This
is indeed mlf. Hoston Trausciipt.
TO BUY. n vnunir and
h&'f&ft fr,t" U,JW. State where
fcia in ;u p. o. isox 301.
New Photograph Rooms
VKK NicliolV Moie, Foit ttucl,
next the Slionling Oallety, Pic
lures, Poil i .Mis mid Views. Fiist-class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
.1. A OONSAI.VKS.
Will open on JIOND.VY next. Ii0 ly
Mer-IsM S. I. Co.,
Tlie Best lionte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and f taiincii
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves tlouolulunt 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, September 14th.
The steamer pasc-. along the en tiro
coast of the leeward side of Ilnwdl, af.
fording tourists a panorama of cliarni.
ing scenery, and will stop at Kenlitke.
kua liny, where biilllcient lime is allow
ed to visit i he Monument of Captain
TourUts by ibis ionic i u.ii'li Punaluu
at fi o'clock on the day after leading
Honolulu, being only onu night on thu
vc&.cl, ni.ikltig the eiil ire pipage in
smooth water. At I'umiluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists w ill he conveyed
by railroad lo l'ahala, Ihenee by stuge
coach lo Halt.wny House, whuio horses
and gulile-i will lie in iittentliincc to con
vey tiiein lo the Voh'iino.
't'ou lists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to UAHKY AllMITAQB,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gilleiy,
Foil bin ct, or in Ihc office of Hie I. I S
N. Co., Kfjibinnde, Jl'Ofltn
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alitlu-n HtrcetH.
Open every Hay nnd Kwnlng.
The Library consists at the present
thno of over Five Thousand Volume.
Thu Jteadlug ltooui U supplied with
about llfty of tbu lending nuwppupcis
and peilodiu l,
A Pallor U pi ovlded for conversaMou
Tonus of iiieuibeif-hip, llfty fonts a
month, payable (juuiteily hi advance.
Xo formality leipihed in joining except
signing thu roll.
tftiangcrs from foielgn countries and
visitors from tho other Islands aic wel
come to the i coins at all limes as guests.
ThU Association having no regular
means of simpuit except the dues of
meuiheif., It is expected that lesldepts
of Honolulu wlio desliu to avail them
selves of Us piivlleges. and all who feci
an inteiest in maintaining an Institution
of this, kind, will put down their names
and become lejiular eontilbutois.
.S. 11. DOLK. President,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
JI. A. PAHMKJiKB. Secretary,
A L. KM ITU. Treasurer,
o . t. itnnniuiK. m.iv
Chairman Hull aud Library Committee.
Having ceitml tli- Sorvlios of
Geo. C, Siratenieyer
wo are prepared to execute all
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boai-BnUi Slop
Is now adjoining tbu rear of
Banjo and G-uitar,
Id. jr. Vi)iiji.y,
A Thorough Teacher.
SST" For terms, apply to
WUbT, DOW &, CO.
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Limion Sndn, Lemonade Sainparllln,
Fiuit S.mii)) mid I suiicu- and
made fp'in I1 c jui Apple, nil ol which
wc guiiiiuiuu h. l.e lliu Le-t.
i6f Wo ril-o invitr pnitii.' intending
ttarlli'g vloro lor the Mile ol ircil
drinks and wishing luuuttihi uppllc,
to call on us l.cluic jioing lUiwheic.
Tli Crystal Soli Worto,
P. O. Bo r,!)7, II, n I hi.
Will be open ever nlteinotm and even
ing as follows:
Hlontlny, Tui'Niiuy. Wotlm-mlny and
To Ihe public in ueiienil.
For Indie mid u'l nlh'ineii.
Natiu-ilaj Altei iioiiiih.
For ladies, puiiilrmrii and ebildiin.
Lessons in Pane) SUiiling.
Friday and Saiurday Evenings.
WII.I.IAM WAI.I.. Mntuiirnr.
ijpi J" v iO
All CIlb',(j hiti. piiichnsnd Ihe
busuiesH of tin-lliiu ot riuiiL' In
Tal Company, 'i in ml lis, Mnuiiiikea
Blrcot, fiom ChoU Wn. Account duo
liv mid ottin,' in i lu Jinn will be si tiled
by AU CHUNG.
Honolulu, August li, lccU. 17 2w
V MV -Y1A4B! miM.tMf UfcrOT'
S&yiv., 1 ;f
Rt?K!? House nnd hot ofrUioPauoa
. ir.-i Vnll. .. Il...l tiioip II, ,inui
-Si'eH Paiichl.owl Sticct lirlilire.
HoiiM) ciuiinlns & rooms, liulirooni,
Kitchen and I'untry. (Hithouse consist
ing ol .Stable t'lirilnge House and Har.
ness rnoin. The gnitii.iU arc nlanted
w Ith choice tices. To be sold cheap lor
cash. A pel) to
.1 M. MONSAItBAT,
10 t f No. '27 Merchant Stren'.
Election ol Oflicers.
AT the annual meeting of the Hnbvwa
Sugar Company, held August 23.
18-411, the following officers were elected
for Hie ensuing years
John It. l'aty President
Peter ('. Jones Treasurer
.Joseph O. ('inter Sicrclary
Gum-gel. Kins Auditor
Dlieciots Thos. It. Foster and .las. A.
Hopper. J. O. CAHTEU,
Secretary Hnlawii Sugar Co.
Honolulu. Aug. 2t. 188(1. 1U I in
of the United Slates is die lirst com
pauy with which to Assure.
I. Beoauso of its Safoty.
Its surplus Is larger than that of any
other assurance company.
II. Beoauso of its Promptness.
Of 1,043 death claims paid In 1885,
nearly one-half were paid the very day
proofs were tecelved; while of the re
mainder, the majority wec paid within
the following three days. No other
company can show such a recoid.
of its Liberality and
All policies aro iNCONTKSTAm.it after
three years. All incontestable policies
arc payable Immediately upon lecelpt
of proofs of death. The Society's
policy contract is clear and simple, and
ilbeiat in its conditions. Its Non-forfeiting
Tontine (orSciui-Tontinc) policy
affords nil the ultimate benefits of the
full Tontine, and has during lis earlier
years the sin render value and other
material advantages of ordinary life
Xo other company is paying on Its
policies, ns large prollts as arc' shown
under the Kuuhablc's matured Tontine
policies wilh ill teeu-year periods. Per
sons desiiiug iihsmauco may obtain
estimates of the probable results of
similar policies, and of policies with
iwcuty-ye.ir teiuis, which uie expected
to bhow een larger prollts.
V. Prospective Advantages.
The unexampled progress of the
ICquiiuble in lliu past Is thu bestguaran
leu ol the Inci easing lotto c alue of
asstiiauce with the Equitable.
Liabilities,. .; iV2,W)l,l-18.37
Surplus on thu New Yoik
Staudaul, 917,495,33'J 40
Nuw Absliitiuce in 1885, ...$1)0,011,378. 00
u larger biisluesa than that of any other
Paid Policyholders ( RS 911 17,
MiieeOlgjnlzuitoii,.... J VnA75.MI
Income In lbSJ, 10,0110,053.15
Increase in Premium In
Increase in Surplus 3,378,022.03
Increase in Assets, 8,391,401.96
I'oritui pariicuiars apply to
ALEX. J. CAJITWKIGHT,
Xo. 3. Kaabuniiiuii St.,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE (5c COOKE,
Life, Fire & Marino Insur'ce Agents.
AU I Ma Foil
Tlio Nl'H l.nuluud
MUTUAL LH:E INS. COMP'Y,
III lil.rli II. "
Tile i&tna JTii'e liiBurunce Co.
of Hartford, Conn.
The Ihilou Fire aud
Marine Insurance Co.
ol Bun F aiicisi'u, Calu.
Capital 9,000.000 lUichs marks.
rpiiK uudert-itlieii, huviug hten up
X pointed ageiu nl the titioveC'iiinpauy
for the llattiiiiuii Uluiiiis, is piepitied I
accept risks, ugnhiM Pile, on lluihllntf,
Furultuie, MLr.'li.unllfi, I'lodm-i,. Sugar
Mills etc., mi the most Kaiinlilt Ttin.s
Losios Promptly Adjusted ana Payable in
II. ItlhjilNM II is i IDKlt,
070 ! Wlldit A-Co'u.
I'.MTAItl.lKIIt.O IN IK.MI.
IhUKS Policies on tin- most i ppiovtd
pl.ui-, vi. -Oidiiiiu, I.IU-. Life. Limit,
cd I'n.Miienls, Imilou uieiils; Tontine
Bavlnj,!- I-'unil, Tooiliii's, hemi 'I laillues;
A. 11. C. Tiiuilm-s; Life m.il buivlvor
ship Annuitii-s;ChililieiiV l-hiiiowiiii-nts,
Joint Life Itirhh I'aitii-i-hip Iticiuunce
etc., etc., tic.
Policies both Incontestable and Kou
Contented claims, none,
liefore insuring elsewhere, call and
get an estimate.
It is calcubited that every reasonable
wish of tho insured is embodied in one
or more of the plans.
Por full particulars and pamphlets,
AliKX. J. UAltTWUMUIT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Tlmt very dcslrabloHesidoncfi
of Mr. 8. J. Levey, on tho
Plain?, to let Lurcc airy
rooms in main building, with suitable
out buildings; residence is complete
with nil modem Improvements; Stnblb
and Carriage House, cgnut garden,
etc. For further particulars, apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
24 Iw Real Estate Agent.
Ohas. Brewer & Co.'s Bos?
Line of Packets.
Shippers will plcae take nn
lire that a llrst.cltifR vestel
will be In thu berth loading
for tills port In November, to
sail December 1st. Oiders should lcac
hero by Mrnmrr of October 1st to hne
Auothcr llist-cltiss vessel will sail for
this port on or ul.o'ii the lt day of
Mnrch. 1887, of which furtlur notice
will bo given.
For partlculnrs, apply to
C. HltEWEn & CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Aug 24, 1380. 18
We Bhould Blot Out Diseaso
in Its Early Stages.
Tlio diccase coninicnccy with a slight
derangement of the stomach, but, if
neglected, it hi time inoUcs the whole
frame, embracing the kldnijs, liver,
prtiicieas, and in fact the cniiie gland
ular system; and tho uftlictcd drags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief from cutieilng. The disease is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but If the reader will ask himself the
following muMioiiH he v 111 be able to
dctcinilnc whether lie himself is one of
the ntllicted: lluve 1 di ,ile, pain, or
difficulty in biealliliig afler eating? Is
there a dull, h-avy feeling, attended by
drow-feinesbr lltic the ejes a yellow
tinge? Does a ihick, siicky mucoiu
gather about the gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
able taste? Is the tongue coated? Is
theiu pain in the sides and buck? Is
there a fu'lness about the right side as
If ihe liver weie cnliucing? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising tud.
denly from an horizontal position? Are
tlie secretions irom uie Kiunejp niniiiy
coloured, with a deposit iifhr standing?
Docs food fcunent 1.0011 afler en I lug,
accompanied by tlntulenec or belching
of gas fioin tlie stomach? Is there fie
(pueui palpltalhm uflhehenil? Tlioe
various symptoms may not be present nt
one lime, but ibey iornienl tlie sullen r
in turn as tlio dreadful disease pio.
giesses. If tho ense be one of binij
standing, iheio will be a diy, bin king
cough, nlteiidtd alter a lime by cxpu-.
loiiiliou. In ciy ndvnnted stngo tlm
sklu assume- a ilirt brnwiiMi app-ai-mice,
and ibchi'iuls and feet aiccoveti d
by a cold sticsy perspiialiou. A- the
livei anil kidneys becune nioic and
more diseased, iheumatic iiius apptur,
ami ihe usual iiiaimeiii piocs, entiieiy
mi. 'uiling agaiit Ihe l.itiei agonising
di oide . Thu oilgiu ot lids malady is
mi'iicsiieu or dyspip-iu, and a suiuli
(ju.iiil'y of the iioier medicine will
iemoo the disease it (akin in i- iuci).
iiuey. It is most iinpoitnul tlii't thu
di'-c.iso should be prempdj Mid piopeily
tiealci' in its llrrt stnjes, wiien a liulo
medicine will elicct a cine, and een
when it has obtained a stiong hold the
correct remedy should Le pe:.e ci i-u in
until every esligc of lite illscii'c is
eradicated, until the nppcl'ie lui'- iciiiiii
ed, and the digestive ortnus ie-toied to
a healthy eondltion. The suic-t and
most elleLtuiil remedy for this dlstrets
ine: coiiuilnint is "Setael's Cm alive
S.rup," a vegetable piep.uation told by
ail diem Ms and mdiciue vendors
theougliout the world, and by the pio
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, Loin.ou,
L. C. Tills Srp sti ikes at the veiy
loundatioii of the disease, mid drives it,
loot and branch, out of the s stem. Ask
your chemist foi SeigePs Cuiatie
"EiibUbticet Mill", Cmnbriiigclicatli.
"London, is. i., duly amn. ibs-j
"Sir, It gives me great pleasure to bo
able to add my testimony in favour of
your vuluable Syrup as a euiative agent.
1 had Buffered for some length of time
from a severe foim of indlnestimi, und
the long train ol distrcslng sjmptnms
following that disease. 1 had tried all
possible nieiuis to get relief, by seeking
the best medical advice. I had swallow,
cd sulllclenl of tlieii stull'to lloat a man.
ol-war, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my sufleringi, brought
with him a bottle of our ScigcI.Syiup;
he ndvii-ed me to try It, stating he felt
conlldent it would benefit me. Being
weary of trysng so many drugs, 1 con
demned it hclote ti ial, tliiiikii g it could
not po:8ibly Jo me any c.ood, but ulti.
inatcly determined to take the Syruii.
Afler doing so for a shoit time n work,
ed s'leb a chmiue in uie that I continued
taking it for nearly two months, nnd I
then felt thoroughly turid, lor 1 have
discontinued its use for live wcel.s, and
feel in tho best of health, mid enn par
take any kind of food with case and
comfort. I am therefore thankful to
)ou that, through the instrumentality of "
your valuable medicine, 1 mn icstoied to
tlie state ol health I i ow enjoy Yours
truly. W. S.VoiuvifcH
"To Mr. A. J. White"
Thosu who arc hi the "Asthma
Kurnaie" should lo.o no time in oMaiu
Ing relief bv the use ol 'The Itosiiij;.
weed 'lar Mixtnie;'' but do not use tl.e
medlilnc unless you will follow all the
directions "to the letter."
Poor Asthma siillerers, who are
strangers lo "tiled Nature's sweet
rci-toier, lulmy sleep," should make use
of 'The Hosinwecd li r Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will Inllow its me
"Waterloo House, London Sllle, Chis
wick, TcbniHiy 17th IBP'-'.
"Messrs. Wnlto tiiiif ( o., London.
"Gentleiucii, It Is with nieat pleas
lire that 1 add my testimony to ihe
wonderful effects of SelgelV Jiup. For
yems I nnd been tuffei Ing f mm bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then it mist would come before my i-jcb,
so tlmt I should not be able to recognise
any one oranj tiling at the dl-tnnCu of a
yard or two fiom my fine. This would
be followed by t-M-esi-ivc tieuiblhigof
my knees, sii'tbut 1 could not stand
without suppoit; nfir winch a seme
headache would occiu, lusting olu-ntwo
or three dnuH 1 hae Hied various
remedies for these dlstiess'.ng s. miliums,
but until I tried felgol's fyrtip I had no
relief t-Uxitt then 1 luifu liiui excellent
health lu every respcit, and lfeerl
feel a headache coining ou I take oue
dose of the tsymp. whii-li arrests It.
Hoping that this testimonial iiuu bo the
meiiiiK of Inducing oihers iwho sliff-r uh
I used) to t y the syrup, u I fi-el mro
they will receive speedy benefit und
ultimately bu cured, 1 beg to lemuin,
"A. II. Horn on,"
Bclgel's Operating Tills prevent 111
effects from cxi-qsm in enllug or drlnk
lug. A good dose at bed-tlmo reudcrVi
a person tit for busliidss in tho morning.
Jf jou liavo Asilima use The lto-luweetl