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SO' DAYS !
Ul Hi IB
Ninth Great Inventory Sale ut the Lending Millinery
House oi'Oims. J. Fishel.
Items of special interest to Buyeis of bcurouablo
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
ESooIn mill SIiocn, llalK tml CiiiN, ..
Wo havo just received HO days Intel thnti
contract call for, n large Invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' French
Kid Shoos, lly reason ol their late
arrival wo have notllled the manufac
turer that we shall sell them on his
account at just ONE-HALF of the In
This Sale will continuo until tho entire
Stock has been disposed of.
Our 7 Simon will bo sold for only
During the next 30 dajs we w ill sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey'for only $2.
50c. on the $1.
Our entire line of all wool Urcss Goods
in plaids, stripes thu newest patterns
will be sold at 50c on the $1.
A special featuic iu our Dress Goods
Department this week will be the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is tho greatest bargain piescnled
by us this season iu coloied Dress
50c on the 1.
DEmlwoicIeview mid JLineesJ,
Over 200 new patterns have been add
ed to our all-ready immense slock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A KIILI. LINK Ol'
iTHIMMED AND UN1KIMMCD
Our $8 Pntasols for 4 in.
Our $0 Parasols for !?.i .Jfj.
Our $5 Parasols for 2 So.
Our $3 Parasols for !?2.
We have a few Children's Parasols
which we will oiler for 00 cents well.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
394 lml The Leading Millinery
MclNTYtiE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS TN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT
I HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted 'without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. 28 am
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received. ix JCealandia,
70J Queen & Fort Stiuct Stoics, tf
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade,; r-iiiHipnillhi,
Fruit byiups and ICwnce. and
made from tlie ptuo Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to be (lie best.
I- Wo also invite parties intending
starting stoics lor ihe sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us belore going elsewhere.
Tin Crystal Soaa Works,
P. O. Box 897, Honolulu.
New Goods ueceived byFevery Packet from thu Festcrn States and burrpc
California Froducc by eery Steamer. AH onleis lallutiniy attended 10.
Goods delivcitd to any part ot Hie cily ireo qi cnnigc. iwiiini oiueis mil
. Satisfaction enarantptd. Post Otllcc Hox 140. Telephone JNO. WJ. 10s ly
30 IO.A.YS !
for Ladles, Gcnls and (Jhildten at
Our 03c llnlbrigan Vest Is extra good
No such oppoilunliy to put chase these
world.roiinw ned goods at half price
can posMmy occur apain tills season.
168 MS' $12 Slits.
Coat, Vest mid Pants for only $6 90.
The Gnatest Bargain ever ottered iu
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRIOR, 7 Ml.
These arc all ttlninied nicely and well
Hi yaids of Clioh'o Pi nils for 1.
10 y.uds of 4 wide Cotton lor 1,
14 j aids of Unbleached Cotton tor sjl.
412 doz of Gents' llnc.Ktckwear, at fiOc
on the 1,
118Ado7. ol Gents' Summer Undeishiits
at 2nc each, woith COc.
Gent's White Shirts
We claim to havo the laieist and
inert complete Stork in this city, the
very best make and ill" eiy lowest
Every Shirt warranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFfa and GOOD
Our 5-2 fiO Hiiit we will sell ior :!0
days only at $1 A't each, whciicvoi
bought by single one or 10 doicn at the
300 doz of Mackinaw Hats at HOc each,
Our 2 CO Hals we will sell at $1 G,",
I3- Come and look at theso Hats and
you cannot resist fiom buying.
Our entire line of Hosiery will bo sold
at 00c on the 1.
lutaiits' Short Dresses, Oamuiic-Niin-
sook stylishly made ami trimmed
from COc up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Araseue, at 2.1c a do, lormer price, fiOc.
Chenille, at 2uc a do, lonncr piice,fi0c.
Oni ftr, 1 nnd 1! Pompoms will be
sold dining the nc.t 0 days foi $1 50
Houpe, corner Fort ami llotcl sneccs.
AND KING STREETS.
Hi '1. 1' M
WEMER & CO.
no. 03 xoito" Gnfinsuv.
Constantly on hand n large assortment
of every description of Jewelry, "Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &o.
c-'t (' ri
t gauijj lHtin
THURSDAY. SEPT. J10. 18815.
A TWO-STORIED STREET.
l'ott often hear said how the
streets hi Chester are so narrow
that the houses almost touch as they
bend over. This is because each
upper story projects a little more
than the story just underneath. The
second story of one of these ancient
houses projects a little farther over
the sidewalk, and tho lloor of the
third story projects a little farther
slill 11 huge inverted stairway, as
it were. In tlie center of the gable
will be a laigc window, cut up into
the tiniest panes of glass by leaden
frames, and while tlie entire window
opens outward on a hinge, the
middle of it is subdivided into
another window that opens on an
other hiiice, and may be hooked
much as one sets a
We left the tram at the
gateway, as the arched opening in
the wall is called, and I beg you to
bear in mind that it is only through
one of these four gateways that one
may enter the town of Chester. The
crowded gables of the ancient houses
seemed to meet over head at the
end of the street, where the square
shoulder of an ancient church shoved
itself into the way at "the cross,"
the nieetimr of four streets, and
where an unusually forward house
shut olf all the views beyond.
So far as I know, Chester has the
only 2-storied street in tlie world
that is, a street, of rather streets
provided on each side with double
rows of shops. You may walk
along on the narrow pavement level
with the ground and inspect the
curious old-world shops the silk
mercers and haberdashers, tlie neat
room where "sweets" arc sold, the
toy places, bakers' shops and all
the varieties of trade. As you pass
by these you sec every few yards a
(nicer little heel-tripping flight of
worn stone steps leading upstairs.
You look overhead and see a ceil
ing. It is the lloor of the second
story of the long rows of houses
projecting over the sidewalk almost
far enough to shield you from the
rain should airy fall. You go back
to the gateway and find a llight of
these worn stone steps. It leads
you up to the second lloor. You
find yourself in, or, as we should
say, on a stope-lloorcd or paved
gallery that has a low, plastered
roof, supported by quaintly-carved
wooden beams and columns and
timbers, so low that in some places
you may touch the ceiling, which is
tlie lloor of the third story, with your
hand. You walk along on worn,
sunken pavement of stone. It re
sembles the cloister of 11 cathedral.
At your left, on the inside as it
were, arc the rows of glittering, gay
shop windows, with open door-ways,
where hang the fine goods and all
manner pf beautiful and useful
wares, just as we see in our own
stores at home. These are the vene
rable "Rows" that arc a part of the
fame and glor3r of Chester. On the
outer side of the rows are more
shops, set out like gay little booths
at a country fair, or if there is not
an outside shop the space some
twenty feet wide takes an upward
slant, with a railing, over which we
may look down into the narrow
street bejow, and in this space,
called a stall, the tradosmen of the
opposite shops on the inner wall
display their goods.
There are four streets in Chester,
the main thoroughfares, that have
these rows, and jt is an endless
delight to walk along them, now
running down tlie steps to have a
look at the towering house in which
you have really been promenading;
now going in to buy a penny's worth
of sweets, that is, a stick of choco
late cream or taffy ; now stopping
yourself at "Bolland's" to look
longingly on those famous fruit
cakes that arc spnt al over the
world. The Queen gets ier fruit
cake fiom Bolland's. They are
sold like old wine, the year of vin
tago, as it were, boing marked on
each one, and a 12-ycar old fruit
cake or plum pudding fiom Bol
land's is .considered u present
equally welcome to a lovely bit of
Doulton or Sevres ware. Chester,
England, Corr. N. O. Picayune.
Near me sijt a quiet family, notice
ably well-behaved, noticeable to' a
person who was looking around lor
the purpose of studying faces. It
is a family with history. Ten years
ago the man was a ejerk in a com-mission-houso
in Peru. . Op his
salary of $1,500 he supported his
wife and i children. During a re
volution his employer was shot and
the business ruined. He alone knew
of certain transactions which, to bo
sure, tho books of tho houso might
lravo disclosed, which if carried
through would make the widow of
his employer and his only heir monu
mentally rich. lie said nothing
about them. lie wis hinibe, a
quiet man, uud had nothing to do
with politics. He hold his tongtio.
Three years thereafter tho party,
whoso success had ruined his em
ploypr, was turned out of power
and tho other, tho opposition, came
iu. That was his opportunity, JIo
carried to tho end tho transactions
suspended by the previous revolu
tion, and turned over to the widow
of his old employer 50,000,000. She
had known nothing of it. It was
an entire surprise to her, and she
insisted that ho should shnro nnd
share alike in a division. Ho pro
tested against it, saying ho. would
be abundantly rewarded by a satis
factory commission. She endeavored
to show him tho absurdity of that
conclusion, but ho would not bo
changed and was not. However,
she insisted upon his taking $100,r
000. He did so, and came to this
country with tho intention of going
abroad. A year ago, tho Fourth of
July, the woman died, and the loth
day of August, 1885, her will was
admitted to probate. By it this
gentleman came into possession of
55,000,000 iu property, real estate,
bonds, and there being no heirs
whatever, he entered into immediate
and peaceful occupation, sold every
thing he possessed and came to this
country, whcie he will remain until
November, waiting the arrival of his
twin brother from Japan, with whom
he intends spending tho remainder
of his life in Naples. He is a batd
hended man, with gray mustache,
twinkling eyes, and the most perfect
teeth I ever saw. He wears no
jewelry, dresses always in black,
smokes all the time, and looks to me
as if some bright morning he would
be blown across the vale and land
on the other side without knowing
it. His wife is a portly lady, with
dark hair streaked here and there
with silvery lines. Like her hus
band, she has a gentle smile nnd a
face stamped with anxiety.
The family, three gills and a boy,
have passed childhood and stand on
the confines of occupation. Two of
the girls are gentleness personified ;
the other is sprightly and full of
fun. Tlie boy gives fair promise of
developing into a tough. I think if
he has rope enough given to him he
will hang on to the pleasures of life
for a season at least. N. lr. Letter
in Boston Globe.
Paihonizi; Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. llingiey, Uigur
Maiiiifaetiuer, at the Ciystal Soda
Woiks, wheie ho is piopared to fill all
oidois at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island oidois solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealer is lcspectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is lequired" to
soil these cigars. Do not foigot tho
name J. W, llingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel stiect.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going" to Bed.
Mn. Editoii: While spending a few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Abeiystwith, Cardiganshire, Wales, 1
heard related what seemed to mo either
a fabulous utory or a maivelloiis cure.
The story was that a poor sufferer who
had not been able to licdoun iu bed for
six long yeais, given up to die by all the
Doctors, had been speedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was iclated
with the moic implicit confidence from
the circumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of Llanrystyd was familiar with
the tacts, and could vouch for the truth
of the tcport.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories glow in travelling, 1 took
the liberty while at the village of Llan
rystyd to call upon the Vicar, the Rev.
T. 'Evans, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a total stian
get' to him, both he and his wife most
graciously euteitaimd me in a half
hour's conversation, principally touching
the case of Mr. Pugh, in which they
seemed to take a deep and sympathetic
interest, having been familiar with his
sullerings, and now rejoiced in what
seemed 10 them a most icmarkahlccurc.
The yicar remaiked that he presumed
his name had been connected with the
icport from his having mentioned Ihe
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llanon. He said Mr. Pugh was former
ly a resident of their paiisli, but was now
living in the p.irkh of Llanddcinol.
Ho strongly vouched Mr. Win. Pugh's
character its a respectable f minor uud
worthy ot credit. I left tho venerable
Vicar with a livelier spnse of tlid'happy
relation of a pastor and poople, feeling
that hu was one who truly sympathised
wiiu 1111 wiiu uiu uuucicu milium, uuuy.
Oa my return lo Abcijstwith, I was
impressed with a desire to tee Mr. Puuh,
whose reputation stood o high. His
faun is called Panconi.Mawr, signifying
"ubovo the "dingle," hituated near Iho
sump) it of u stiioot.h lomiil hill, over
looking a beautiful valley in which Is
situated the lovely ivyniantled Church
of Llaiiddulnol. I found Mr. Pugh,
apparently about 40 years old. of medium
hoight, rather blight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. I told him I had heard
of hU great allliotion and of bib 1 email;,
aide and almost miraculous lellcf, and
that I had come to learn from his own
lips, what there was of liuth in thu ie-
Mr. Pugh remarked that his neigh,
hois hud taken a kindly and symp
athetic interest iu his caeu for many
years, but of late ihejr iuteiesi had been,
greatly awakened by 11 happy change iu
his condition. What you icpoit as hav.
ing heard ubinad, said he, is subsiant,
ially tiuo, with one exception, I never
understood that my easu was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician, I
havo been treated by several Doctors
hereabouts, as good as any In Wales, but
unfortunately no prpsciptou of theirs
eycr brought t)io desired relief. ,
Fifteen years ago, ho said. I first be.
cnino conscious of 11 sour ami deranged
stomach uud loss ot appetite, which the
Doctors told mo was Dyspepsia. What
food I could hold iu my stomach seem
ed to do me no good and was often
thrown up with painful rctUilngs. This
was followed after a time with a hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of thu throat
which the Doctors called bionchitis,
and I was treated for that, but with
little success. Then caino shoitupss of
breath and u sense of BiiU'oculion, espe
cially nights, with clammy sweat, ami I
would hu.vo to get out of bed and some,
times open a door or window in winter
weather to till my lungs with the cold
About six yeais ugo I became so hud
that I could not sleep in bed, but had to
tako my unquiet rest and dreamy sleep
sitting in an armchair.. My allllctlou
seemed to bo working downward into
my bowels as well as upwards into my
lungs ami throat. In tho violent cough
ing simsins which grew more ficquent,
my abdomen would expand and collapbe
and nttlmci it would seem Hint I should
stiHocato. All this tlino 1 was reduced
in strength to that I could perforin no
hard labor and my spliits weri eonsc
queully much deprosiid.
TSnily in this last spring I had aRtlll
inoro tevcro Hpannodlu attack, and my
family and noighbois became alarmed,
believing that icitaluly 1 would nfrtsur.
vivo, when a neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or had licaid of the modi,
cine, t.riii to AbcryMwIth by tho drlv(r
of tin; Omnibus Post, bolue seven miles
distant, and letched a bottle or Mother
Sclgel's Curative Hjmp.
This nicdicltiu ("liny dinltuslcii'C (o
1110 aceoidlng lo the dliecllon;, win 11 to
their biuprbe and delight no less than
my own, the spasm ccnsi d. 1 became at
ease, anil my stomach was calmed. My
bowels weie moved as by a genllo
cathartic, and 1 lelt a sense of quiet
cnmroil all t In oil I'll such us 1 hail not
hefoio leall.cd in ninny yeais. I could
wulk around the Iioumi and breathe
rom foitnhly in a few boms after I had
taken the medicine. I havo continued
to take thu medicine dally now for
siimolhiiig over two months, and 1 can
Ho down and sleep sweetly at nights
and have not since had a rccunenceof
those terrible spasms anil sweatings. 1
have, been so long broken down and re
duced iu my whole system that I hnve
not tried to perforin any very hard out
door labor, deeming It bet to hu pru
dent lest by over-exertlon 1 may do my
self injuty before my strength Is fully
restored. I fe81 thai my stomach and
bowels have been ami are being thor
oughly lenovatod and renewed by the
medicine. Iu fact I feel liko a new
1 have been much congratulated by
my neighbors, especially bv the good
Vicar of Llanrystyd, who with his sm
pathetic wife have come three miles to
shed tears of joy 011 my lecoveiy.
I bide Mr. Pugh good-bye, happy that
even one at least among thousands had
found a lemedy for an aggravating ills
Iielieving this lcuiaikuhlu case of
Dyspeptic Asthma should be known lo
tho public, I beg lo submit the above
facts as they aie lel.ucd lo me
anoitwiyi P. T. W.
Will be open eveiy alteinoon ami even.
ing as follows:
Holiday, Tnemliiy, Weitiienilay anil
To the public in geneial.
Por ladies'and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLfAM WALL, Manager.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work finish. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
Alulccn, near (iiucii St.
Contractor and ISuildcr.
S'orcs and ofilces lilted up, Estimates
given on all kinds of brick and wooden
buildings, Plans and Specifications fur
nished 5" Offlco,.110 Ueietania St.;
Mutual Telephone, 812 ; PostQlUco Box,
11)0. 322 ly
Ehoads & Greene,
House Builders and Architects.
Plans, Specifications and detailed Drawing-
fiirnislud for all kinds 01 wood or
brick buildings, and Estimates given
for thu same, AH jobbing promptly ut
tended to and charges moderate. Any
of the above woik eiilni-ted to our care,
will receive our peisonal attention.
Orders from thu other islands solicited.
Office and Shop, 88 Queen St.
Honolulu, May 7, 1880.
Cabinet m x c fs x
No. ;! Hotel stieel,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking' Sticks,
Madu of every kind of
raoketB, Comioes, Curtain Poles, &o.'
Hindu ot tho latest designs
Oillcp, corner Alukea nnd -Queen streets,
MUTUaI. TJ.I.I'.HIOi.K, 'MS,
!H4 P, O. IloxUT. Urn
n. f: burgess,
84 King blrcct, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter imtl Itullilrr. Hudr-iKO and
Droying and steamer Ficight carefully
Carriage minting done by afirst-ch-EB
woiKinun at 78 King street,
Jobbing iu ubovo lines attended to with
piotnptness, and charges iiccordlug to
the amount and (iiulity of work.
Oillco Telephone, 202. Jtcsidcucc. 102.
14Uly s .
New GootlH ly
Just icccivcd, ex Lapwing,
WIWHIMR.BW W....MH. WUJ-jDDlWrj
Prepared by Johann Marin Farina,
Gmromnlwr flem Jnlitiis-Plalz Ciilope, Germany.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEI
General Business Agent
Ileal Estate Agent, Custom House Broker,
Kmployniciit Agent, Money Broker,
Wildei's Steamship Agent, Manager HawailatiJOpoia House,
Great Ilurlington ltailroad Agent Fire nnd Life Insurance Agent,
in America " c"IU2 ly)
79 HI Hi Stat, -
JEntranccB lrom Jiin
Every descilption of work in the nbove
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
SSr Hell Telephone, 107.-0
JOHN ITT, lo. 8 Mill
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping; Goods,
PLUMBING, TIH, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
G. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
42 lei'Cllillll til, IlDlllllll.
My most faithlul uiten ion will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlie residents of the
7fl -v'.iiil Tshimle nf ih grooi fly
The White House,
Io. xa.8 Nuuanit HtToot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Iloiel; Tcinis Ilcason
able; Firsuclass Accommodations.
M. W. BANDBHS, Proprietor.
;iiti'iio(ov, C'nriieiitci' .V Itullilur,
Houses and Furniture Kopaircd,
thu Host of Workmanship.
Luloi i$?3 per Day.
Work Bhop. ; : 70 Maunukea St.
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
1'raiUlcal Pluinbeis, Gas Fitters
and Copper-smiths. No. 71 King stieet,
Honolulu. J- IIouro and Ship Job
Work promptly executed. 103
J A. MOKENglE,
and Qas Fitter.
All orders for Houso or bhip work
tST Shop next to Post Office, Uethcl
Btreet. P. O. Hox 180. Hell Tele.
phono 424. 1(34 ly
R. MORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & General Machinist.
W All work Promptly and neatly Per
HONOLULU, 11. 1.
TVcKv-eltieis in Xstnip C5rood.,
A now Invoice of Lanterns, Kcrosonc "il of the very
Best Quality, Htoves, Knnges and Tinwaic.
4 SOMETHING NEW,
lr-nE-x'jtooir .sinrscsBia paint,
ltecommcnded by Fno Underwi lieis ot t-nn Francisco,
etc , etc. An actual Prelection neuliiM Fire.
EHiarden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Coiislgtimmt.
Full lines of llnidwarc, Agrictiltuial Implement", etc.
T0vov;y Stcunicr. l7
a large consignment of
Honolulu, XI. X.
? Carriage Building:,
- OM Rose Premises,
- nnd Mei-eliuiit SUs.
lines performed in a first-class manner.
J- Bell Telephone, 107. -
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnkca Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at tho present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Jtcadhifr Koopi is Mipplicd with
about llfty of tho leading newspapers,
A Pallor is provided for conversation.
Terms of membership, llfty cents ft
month, payable qiiaiteily Iu advance.
No foimallty reunited in joining except
signing the loll.
Strangers from foieign eouutiles mid
visitors fiom Hie othqr islands aie wel
eomo lo tho rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of suppoit except the dues of
nietnbeitt, it Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail tliem-i-elvcs
of its pilvileges, and all who feel
an iuteiest In maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their mimes
and become icgiilarcoiitilbutois.
S. II. DOLH, I'icHliloiit,
M, M. SCO'IT, VIco-l'ioshloiir,.
II. A. I'Al.MI'.LJ.K. Heciclary,
A. L. SMlTil.TrouMiior,
O. T. JIOIHJKHH, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Comiultteei.
and Lock Smith,
Bethel St., next to Poat-Ofllce.
Sewing Machines of all kinds repairer!.
All kinds of Light Machinery repaired
on Short Notice.
N.H. Good Workmanship and Charges
Strictly Moderate. P. O. Hox 100.
124 Hell Telephone 424. ly
Prff HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
iBtsBtcani engines, sugar mills, boil,
crs, coolers, iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Pailicular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice,