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Ninth Great Inventory Sale at tho Lending Millinery
House of Ohns. J. Pishol.
? CT1..X Tn iYJ Irt-f?
JiiUl y,iJ W 44't"Mt
""SBS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 22. 1886.
COUNT VON MOLTKE AT HOME.
Twcntv years ago the name
Items of Bpcclul interest to Buyers of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
AJoolw iviwl Shoes I-lnw sinil Civpsolc.
Tic have just received CO days Inter tlmu
contract calU Tor, n large Invoice of
tho very best mnke of Ladles1 French
Kid Shoes. By reason of their late
arrival wc have notified thu mnniifno.
turcr that we shall sell them on his
account nt just ON'E-HALF of thu In
This Sale will continue until the entire
Stock has been disposed of.
Our 87 Shoes will he sold for only
Durlue; the next HO days we will sell our,
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the$l .
Our entire line of nil wool Dips Goods
in plaids, stripes thu newest patterns
will be sold at 0c on the $1.
A special fratuie in our Dress Goods
Departmeut tills week will be thu
40 Pieces ol Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is thogrentest bargain pi counted
by us this season in colored Dress
fiOcon the 1.
Emli'oideiiew timl .Livocjn,
Over 200 new tutterns have been mid
ed to our all-ready immense s
CAKTWHIGIIT it WAKEX'S
for Ladles, Gents and Children nt
BOc on tlic$i.
Our Ooc Bnllitigun Ves-t is extra good
Xo such opportunity to puichn-p these
world.icnowned goods nt half price
can poslbly occur a mil 11 this season.
m Geiiis' $12 Sis.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $G 90.
Thu Greatest Bargain over tillered in
123 Boys' Suits for S4-.37 1-2,
FOBMEK PltlCE, i?7 fin.
These are all liiinmcd nicely and well
1(1 ytuds of Choice Prints for S?l.
10 'yards of i w ide Cottmi for ? 1,
14 vaids of Unbleached Cotton for 1.
41S doz of Gents' line Niekwcar, nt fiOc
on the ifl,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 2.1c encli, worth COc. .
Cent's White Shirts
Wo claim to have tho lamest and
mo-t complete Stuck in this city, the
very best nuike and the very lowest
Every Shirt v. in routed LINEN
BOSOM, L1XEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our 2 50 Shirt we will sell for SO
days only nt 1 45 each, whenever
I bought by single one or jij nozen ill tnu
Feathers, Ribbons, on doz of Mackinaw lints at 00c each,
Our 2 CO Hals we will sell at yi (i.,
rs?" Come and look at thef.e Hats and
you cannot resist from buying.
Our entire lino of Hosiery will bo sold
at fiOc on the 1.
Infants' Short Dresses, Oambric-Nnn-
oolc stylishly made and trimmed
from 50c up-
The ladies will Appreciate tho fol
Ainscnc, at SSo a io., former iiriee, 50c.
Clicnillc, nt 20e a doz, found price, 50c.
Our Sr., S4 and SI! Pompoms will be
, sold during the next GO dnys for $1 50
j per dozen.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
A.N11 A Fl'M. LINK Ol
T1UMMI'.D AND UXTISIMMUU
Our $8 Pnrasols for s?4 15.
Our $ 0 Parasols for !?! :.
Our 5 Parasols for !?2 S3.
Our S3 Parasols for $2.
We have a few Children's Pnrasols
which we will otler for CO cents each.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Cull Early ami Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
394 1ml T'10 Leading Millinery House, corner Fort and Hotel stieces.
IMPOUTEKS AND DEALERS TN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNEU FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods treceived byfeverv Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe
Fresh California Produce by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part or the city free of charge. Island orders foil
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 145.. Telerdione No. U3. lfiS ly
Election ol Officers.
AT the mutual meeting of the Haluwit
Sugav Company, held "August 2a,
1880, the following ollloers wcieelectcd
for the ensuing year:
John H. Pnty President
Peter C. Jones Treasurer
Joseph O. Carter Secretary
George .1. Ross Auditor
Directors Thos. H.Foster and .las. A.
Hopper. J. O. OAHTElt,
Secrelarv Halnwu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 2it, 1880. 12 lni
I HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without thu written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188(1. 28 .Jm
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zeiihinilia,
J. T. Waterhoiise's
70J Queen it Fit Street Stores, tf
WELDEU'H H. t-i. CO.,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesduy at
4 p.m., touching at Lahalna, Man.
laea Bay, Mal.ena, Mahulcnnn, Kii
wnihae, Juaupnhoolioo anil HIIo.
Returning, will touch at all tho
alove ports, arrlvlug at Honolulu,
flaob Raturrlav nflmnnnn.
O LUSO HAWAIIAJVO.
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with the Portuguese, cither
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any oilier helps, will find it
the most profitable wuy to advertiso in
the Luso Hawaltauo, tho now organ of
the Portuguese colony, which is pub
lished on Merchant sin et, (latclte Iluild
ing, (Post-Ofllce Letter Box P..), and
only charges icusojmblo rates for advertisements.
i-Wi l"V?i. J J ..S jl
Creisnit was never spoken of, but
Moltkc has made the place famous,
just as Hlsmarck has thrown luster
upon Varzin. Here in rural quiet,
far from the activity of the city,
Field Marshal Count von Moltkc
has setup for himself a Tusculaniim,
where, in thu utmost seclusion, lie
.recruits ins sircimui aner mu iuuguu
of the winter. Having intercourse
only with his nephew and his imme
diate neighbors, he assembles here
new lorces of his work. Chatting
on the way, we came fit last to tho
village of Creisau, and soon we ar
rived at thu castle. It is a plain,
quadrangular building, with one
story and a high gable. Gen. von
Mol'tke acquired this seat with thu
money given to him by the grateful
Fatherland. On both sides of the
iron steps leading to the lmll arc
great cannon taken in the French
War at Mont Vulerien and after
ward presented by the Emperor to
the Count. They' are bronze, and
are covered all over with reliefs and
chased work. In the hall itself arc
three beautiful equestrian statues of
bronze, resting on colossal sockets.
The central figure is that of the Em
peror, with mantle, helmet, and
Hying plume, the right hand raised.
An inscription says this was a gift
from the Emperor on the sixtieth
anniversary of Moltke's service.
Right of this statue is an artistically
executed copy of Ranch's monument
of Frederick' the Great. On the
third plinth stands the excellent
equestrian statue of Moltke him
self, a gift of the Great General
Staff. On the walls of the vestiljule
are large bronze busts of Hie Prus
sian Kings, witli those of tho Crown
Prince and Prince Frederick
Charles. Entering thu sitting-room
we find it simply furnished, giving a
true picture of the Field Marshal's
modesty. Here is the low ficldbed,
with a plain writing desk, while
lanrc mans banc on the walls. In
the upper rooms of the castle are
many family portraits. In these
rooms, too, are kept the gifts mada
to the Count from time to time. Be
neath a glass shade is a small mar
ble bust of Napoleon Hi", a gift of
the late French Emperor to Moltkc,
made when he was at the height of
his power. Bronze busts of the late
Grand Duke of Mccklenberg, of the
King of Saxony, and portraits of the
Emperor, the Crown Prince and
Prince Frederick Charles also adorn
the rooms. All these works of art
were the gifts of the Princes them
selves, and were accompanied by
cordial words expressing high praise
of this faithful counselor. Count
von Moltke likes, when staying here,
to go over his fields and to prune
the young trees planted in the Park.
Home-grown fruit must appear on
the table and the Count then speaks
with pride to his guests of the pro
duce of his lands. The school which
he has built is often visited by him,
and he listens to the teaching, ques
tioning the young opes himself at
It was late at night when we left
the portal of the castle by moon
light. On the corner pillars rise
gladitors larger than life-size. They
keep guard at the entrance of the
residence of the man whose name
will be spoken of so long as one
asks after the architects of the Ger
man Empire. florth German
hynlono nntl therapeutics r." prac
ticed by animals may, in tho inte
rest of psychology, be studied wilh
Many physicians have been keen
ohscrvors of animals, their diseases
and the methods adopted by them
in their instinct to cure themselves,
and have availed themselves of thu
knowledge so brought under their
observation in their practices. (N.
She tolls its thnt thu pains were entirely
taken away atler a lew doses of jour
medicine.. Yours tiuly, E. Peki,."
PnOCRESS OF A CENTURY.
How the world has progressed
within a century 1 Gc6rge Wash
ington, tho first President of the
United States, never saw a steam
boat. John Adams, the second
President of the United States,
never saw a railroad. Andrew
Jackson, the seventh President,
knew nothing about tho telegraph.
Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth
President, never dreamed of such a
thing as a telephone.
A.t'ter tSoveml Yours.
"iSinkuFury, January tub. 1881.
"Gentlemen, 1 have used Slcgel's
Syrup for teveinl yems, and b-ivo found
It a mini efficacious remedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, anil I
always keep some by me, and cannot
vpcalc too highly in Its praise 1 re.
inalu, yours tiuly, llnirlelt King."
A.rtei fcllxtocli Yciu'R.
"03, iN'e.vgnle Slieel, Workup, Nott,
"Dee. mhcr'Jnih, lt-St.
"Gentliinun, It U with thegieatcst
of pleasure 1 accord my testimony as to
the efficacy of Mother Selgel's Syrup.
My wife, who )ws sulleteiffrom acute
Dyspepsia for over sixteen years, is now
perfectly belter through the swlo help
of your Syrup. 1 have sent pounds In
medicines fiom doctors In fact, I be.
gan to think she was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
1 remain, yours, thankfully,
The etiquette classes are an im
portant part of the instruction in
girl's schools in Japan.
Another royal author is to be
added to the list. Duke Ernest of
Saxe-Coburg the Queen's brother-in-law
will soon publish a volume
of poems. Hitherto the Duke has
devoted his leisure time to musical
A correspondent writes: UI send
you a little poem called 'The Lay
"of the Lark.' If accented let me
know." And the cdilor replies,
"Rejected, with thanks. If you
will send a few specimens of the lay
of the hen we will accept.
The individual who called tight
boots comfortable wasn't such an
idiot as he looked after all, for he
defended his position by saying
that they made a man forget all his
other miseries. Shoe and Leather
John An' what will you be doin',
frind, afther laving college V Jones
Well, John, you know there are
always plenty of openings for a man
of genius. John (who doesn't sec
the connection) Sure enough, sor,
but what will you be doin', sor?
lIMit; Ji!HuetH hare leon
" 11 ford lload Dispensary, Dukinttcld,
May a, 1881.
" Dear Sir, 1 am happy to Inform
you tbatthc Fnlo of your Syrup and PHI.!
increases hcie coutinuiilly. Several of
my etfbtnmer.s speak of having derived
more benefit fiom the use of these than
from any other medicine. In some in.
stances flic effects have been wonderful.
Yours very respectfully,
It wlyl Pno. Edwin Evstwhoh, .1 B."
pg .rj.t r,aHiil
Co., L d,
HONOLULU, 11. 1.
TVovelties in JL.si r G3ools
Anew Invoice of Lunteri s, KcioH'iie f'll of the veiy
llest Quality, Sn-vn, Rhh" mid Tlnwnre.
3Il:JE-l?JKool;, siiiisgixo paioST,
Recommended hyFnc Underwriters o Snn Franchco,
etc , etc. An nctual Protection njjiilust J- Ire.
Harden Hand Qrenades,
A Small Lot, to Clnsu Cuin-lciiilieiii
Full lines. of llatdwatc, Agit"ldiuiu! Impbimnt, etc.
aVsv GoodN Vty Every S-Heiuiiuj. !i7
Just received, ex Lapwing, a lnrge consignment of
Prepared by Jolinnn Maria Farina,
Will bo open ever alteiuoou and even
ing as follows:
Moinlny, TtirHilny. WvilncHilny unci
To the public in general.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISE
Real Estate Agent,
Wililer's Steamship Agent,
I-Iouoliilii, I-I. I.
Custom House, rirokcr,
Aiiinngcr Hawnnnnjupeia House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
. mid gentlemen.
A Woman's Mcriif anil
A. Voice from .A.iHtrlii.
Sat unlay Al1criinonn.
For Indies, gentlemen and children. "
Lemons in Fancy Skating.
and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
V, ' c
WENNER & CO.
3VO. JOlt'X1 HX"ItJJ333T.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of every description of Jewelry, Watches,
(Jpld and Silver Plated Ware, &c.
HOW ANIMALS PRACTICE MEDICINE.
Animals get rid of their parasites
by using dust, mud, clay, etc.
Those suffering from fever restrict
their diet, keep quiet, seek dark,
airy places, drink water and some
times plunge into it. When a dog
has lost its appetite its eats that
species of grass known as dog's
grass, which acts as an emetic and a
purgatiyc. Cats also cat grass.
Sheen and cows, when ill, seek out
certain herbs. An animal suffering
from chronic rhclimatism always
keeps, as far as possible, in the sun.
The warrior ants have regularly or
ganized ambulances. Latreille cut
the antcnniu of the ant, and other
ants came and covered the wounded
part with a transparent fluid secret
ed from their mouths. Jf a chim
panzee is wounded, it btops the
bleeding by placing its hum on tho
wound or dressing it with leaves and
grnhh. AVlien an animal has a
wounded leg or arm hanging on, it
completes the amputation by means
of its teeth. A dog, on being stung
in tlie muzzle by a viper, )ns ob
served to pluug his head repeatedly
for several days into running water.
This animal eventually recoved. A
sporting dog was run over by a car
riage. During tluee weeks in win
ter it remained lying in a brook,
where its food was taken to it. This
animal recovered. A terrior hurt
its right eyo, It remained un
der a counter, avoiding light and
heat, although it habitually kept
close to the fiie. Jt adopted a
general treatment, rest and ab
stinenco from food. The local treat
ment consisted in licking the upper
surface ol tho paw, which it applied
lo the wounded eye ; again licking
the paw when it bccapie dry, Ani
mals suffering from tranmatip fever
treat themselves by tho continued
application of cold water, which M,
Delaunay considers to bo moro cer
tain than 11113' f 1'1C other methods,
In view of these interesting facts wo
arc, he thinks, forced to admit that
Near the village of Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Marin IIiui"-, an in
telligent and industrious woman, whose
story of physical Milloring and llnal re
lief, as related by herself, is of interest
to English women. " I was employed,"
she Bays, " in the work of a huge farm
house. Over-work brought on hick
headache, followed 13 a denthly faint
ing and sickness of the stomach, until I
wa unable to retain either tood or
drink I was c m polled to take to my
bed for several weeks. Getting a little
better from rest and quiet, I sought t
do some work, but was soon taken with
a. pain in my side, which in a lillle
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
Tliis was followed by a cough and
shortness of breath, until finally I could
not sew, and I took to my bed for the
second, and, as 1 thought, for the last
time. My friends told e that my time
had pearly come, and that I could not
live longer than when the trees put on
their green nee more. Then 1 happen
ed to get one of the Seigel pamphlets.
I read it, and my dear mother bought
me a bottle of Seigel's Syrup, which I
took exactly accoidlug to directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it be
fore I felt a great change for the better.
My last illness began June . 18S2, and
continued to Aujjust !)th, when I began
to take the Syrup. Very soon I could
do a little light work. The cough left
me, and 1 was no more troubled in
b ea th ing. Now I am perfectly cured.
And oh, bow happy I ami I cannot ex
press gratitude enough for Seigol's
Syrup. Now I mut tell you that the
doctor iu our district distributed hand
bills cautioning people agabibt the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby influ.
eneed to destroy the Seigel pamphlets;
but now, wherever ono is to be lound, it
Is kept liko a relic. The feu preserved
are borrowed to reait, and I have lent
mine lor six-miles ai ouml our district.
People have come eighteen miles to gel
me to buy the medicine for them, know,
ing that it cured me, and to he sure to
get the right kind. I know a woman
who was looking dike death, and who
told them there was ro help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could help her. 1 told her of
Seigol's Syrup, and wrote the name
down for her thai sho mighl make no
mistake. She took my advice and the
Syrup, and now bite is in perfect health,
ami thu poople around us are amazed.
The medicine has nindu such progress
in our neigh hu hood that people say
they don't want the doctor any more,
but they lake iheSyr p. SuH'eier liom
gout who w cm confined to their bed and
could baldly move a linger, have been
cured by it. There is a girl In our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through some water, and was in bed five
years with costivcncsR and lhcumatic
pains, mid had to havo an attendant to
watcti uy tier, 'mere was not a tioctor
in the surrounding districts to whom
her mother hud not epplled to relievo
her child, but every one crossed them,
selves and said thuy ootild not help her.
Whenever the little boll rang which is
rung iu our place when somebody is
dead, we thought suiely il was lor her,
but Selgel's Syrup and Pjlls baved her
life, and now she is as healthy as any
body, goes to church, ami can work
even in tho Holds, Everybody waB ae.
InnlBl'cd when they saw tier out, know
ing how ninny years she hud been in
bed. To-day she adds her gratitude lo
mine for God's mercies and Scigel'n
Syiup. Maiiia Haah."
The peoplo of England tpcuk confirm
lug tho above.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work llnlsb. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds ot Sawing aud Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to nnd work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
Hlncksmith Work: . -s Carriage Building,
Painting and "vV) Trimming,
79 & 81 liur, Strut, - - Old Rose Premises,
Eivti-imcers li-ojn King? n,iil Merchant WIk.
Evei y description of work in the above lines performed in a llrst-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
EST l11 Telephone, 107. -a
US'- Bell Telephone, 107. -a
J01 ITT, 1. 8 MMii Street
"E. 23. THOMAS,
Office, corner Alakea and Quecu streets,
mutual nxuriroNE, 330.
314 P. O. Box 117. fim
N. P. BURGESS,
84 King street, : ; Honolulu.
Carpenter anil liiilldcr. ItncKaco and
Dray ing and steamer Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by a llrst-class
workman at 78 King street.
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
promptness, and charges according to
the amount and quality of work.
Office Telephone, 202. Kesidcncc, 1D2.
PLANING MILL. P
Alultttit, iienr 4uccn St. I
Contractor and Ituilder.
S'ores and offices lilted up, Estimates
given on all kinds of brick and wooden
buildings, Plans mid Speoillcatlons fur.,
nlshcd. e-Olllcc, 110 iieretaiiia St.;
Mutual Telephone, HM; PosioUlco Box,
100. 022 ly
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
. House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
C. K. MILLER,
Genoral Business & Purchasing Agent-
jYJ'top Attin'v YtsiifH,
"Whittle-lo.Woods, near Ohorloy,
"December 20, 1883,
'Dear Sir, Mother Selgel's medicine
sells exceeding well with lib, all that trv
it speak highly In Hb favor. "Wo had 'u
case of a young ladr that had been trou.
bled many years with pains after eating.
Ehoads & Greene,
House Builders .and Architects.
Plans, Specifications ami detailed Draw.
.Ingi- furnished lor all kinus ol wood or
brick buildings, and Estimates given
for the same. All jobbing iiiomptly at
tended lo and r!inir-o moderate. Any
of tho above woik entrusted to our care,
will receive our persoiud- attention.
Orders fiom the other islands solicited.
Office and Shop, 88 Q ire en St.
Honolulu, May 7, I860. L32 ly
My most faith Jul attention will ho
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residents of
7il onvernl Tslande of llii grout,
No. 0U i. street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and 7alking Sticks,
Made of uvci) kind of
iiickets, Ooinices, C'uituiu Poles, &o.'
made ot the latest designs.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. IIOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. "lt2r Telephone 74
The White House,
3Vo. 1XH Niummi eitreot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Benson,
able; First-class Accommodations.
MltS. .1. V1KHHA, Proprietress.
Contractor, Carpenter A Ilullder,
Houses nnd Furniture ltopaircd,
the Best of Workmanship.
Xjti1or, i5 jior Hnr.
Work Shop, : : 70 Mnunakea St.
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbers, Gas Filters
and Copper-smiths, No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. (Sir House nnd Ship Job
Work promptly executed. 102
J A. MOKENZIE,
and Gas Fitter.
All orders for House or Ship work
EST Shop next to Post Office, Bcthol
Street. P. O. Box 100. Bell Telo.
phono 424. 154 ly
R. MORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & General Machinist.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alakea Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at tho present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Boom Is supplied with
about lift- of the leading newspapers
A Parlor Is provided for conversation
Terms of ineinborMilp, llfty cents it
mouth, payable quarterly In advance.
No formality required In joining except
signing tho roll.
Strangers from foreign countries anil
visitors from thu other Islands are wel
eomuto the rooms nt all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
moans of Mipporl except thu dues of
members, It is expected that rcsldcntK
of Honolulu who deslro to avail them
selves of Us privileges, and all who feel
an Interest Iu maintaining an institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become regular contributors.
S. B. DOLK. President,
M. M. SCOT!', A'leu-Presldent,
J I. A. PAHME1KK, Secretary,
Chairman Hall aud Library Committee.
and Lock Smith,
V3T All work Promptly aud neatly Per.
formed. 205 'im
Bethel St.,. next to Po&t-Oluce.
Sowing Machines of all kinds repaired.
All kinds of Light Machinery repaired
on Short Notice.
N.B. Good Workmanship ami Charges
Btrictly Moderate. P.O. Box 100.
124 Bell Telephone 4ii4. ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
Steam engines, sugar mills, boll-
ers, coolers; iron, lirusa una lead cast
ings; lnnchluery of every description
made to order. Paitioulur attention paid!
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. I
$&&: MJwfr!"'- ' u- -'
. rt &y
J. KAMd&At . rflRi