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TUESDAY, OCT. 12. 1886.
'StmrW G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Schr Mulolo for South Sea Islands
Stmr Ktmiii for Wlndwnid l'orts
Stmr Iuilini for Kminl
StmrJas Mnkee for Walnnne. Kaptm,
Kllaucu nnd Hniinlut, iitnoon
Tor Kaliului. Mnul, per slentnrr Llkc
Slko, October 11th Colonul WT Allen.
OWO Vlllhini, Jl LouUson, Dr O b
Tilnnuor anil wife, Mlo'Hincllni' Lyons
Geo Norton. .1 Torliett, Brother Bert
ram, Captain Keynolils, -I A lMlinor nud
wife, .1 McAiidreus, W Aylett auit about
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Thomas It Foster, Kugg
Bk Elslnoie, .Tenk"
Bktne rinnter, I'ciilmaii
Bktne Eureka. Winding
Ger baik Pacific, Ollinan
MISS LILLIE G. NOTf.
This young lntly had ft birthday
last week, nml it was celebrated
Saturday evening, by a party, at
her home. Her numerous young
f i lends who gathered together on the
occasion biought with them many
pretty and useful gifts. The even
ing was one of rahth and merriment,
everyone feeling that life had its
nh:uu of sunshine.
THE SAILORS' NOME MUST GO.
To-morrow is the day appointed
for bringing the old Sailors' Home
to the hammer. At 10 o'clock a. ji.
Sir. Lewis J. Levey will begin the
sale of contents ; that Is, tlio ftmii
turo, bedding, etc. At 12 o'clock
noon tho building will bo offered.
Everything Is to be told for cash.
Tho purchaser of the wooden sliuc
ture will be allowed forty-five days
for its removal.
American bark Saranne, fiom New
York. Sidled July V.lth, due here Nov. 18-
80. to CnMlo ix, Coolie.
Bilt bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, salted June 9th, duo beie Ootobei
SOth-Xov 1st, to Schacfer & Co.
Uritbaik Iionurag, sailed fiom Liver
l)ool, Juno 5tli, d ho here October 23rd
JNov 1st, to Davlcs ta Co.
Am bk Maltha Davi, F JI Benson,
.hailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glungalier, Rolleston, from
Liverpool, due bcic, Jan 15-31, to
TDnvics tc Co.
Am bktne 6 N Castle, Hubbard, from
U'ort Blakely, due here Dec 15th, to
iQastlo & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarlen, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am bark MnUlia, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug "28, due lcro Jan 15-30,
t,o Belniefer & Co.
Biit bark Lady Lampson. Mnrston,
from the Colonies, due hem In Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am balk Hope, Pcnludlow, from Port
Townsend. due hcic Oct 15th, to Lowers
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
3In. II. W. Diiiiond, charged with
manslaughter, was acquitted yester
Mr. Henry Hart is decorating the
windows of tho Elite pallors with
fancy ornaments, cakes and candies.
Tiik regular monthly meeting of
Geo. W. De Long Post, G. A. K., will
be held at tho Post Hall this evening,
at 7 o'clock.
THE LATE QUEEN EMMA'S LEIS TO BE
Mr. J. Morgan, of Messrs. E. P.
Adams & Co., will wield the hammer
at the late residence of the late
Queen Emma, corner of Beretauia
and Ntiuaiiu streets, at 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning. Some very
valuable feather leis will be offered
to the public. Also some valuable
jewelry, and the late Queen's large
carriage. This will be a good oppor
tunity to procure n remembrancer of
the deceased Queen.
WHAT Mil, BQWEN SAYS,
Mi'. Ben. Saylor, professional
billiardist, issues a challenge to plnj'
Mr. J. P. Bowcn, nn amateur, a
mntch gamo of billiards, on even
terms, for any amount between 8100
and $500 a side. Mr. Bowcn says
ho has no intention of playing Mr.
Saylor No. 2 (Ben), but will play
Mr. Saylor No. 1, tit any tlmo and
for any amount. Further Mr. Bowcn
asserts that he never said that he
would play with Mr. Saylor No. 2,
nor has he any desire to play him on
any conditions, knowing that Mr.
Ben Saylor is a star in the game,
and can easily give Mr. Bowen great
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma .Square tins evening
commencing at 7:30.
the programme :
March King Kalakaua.
Overture Iiunsarlau . . .
Polka Cavalier Fahrbach
Selection 1 abucco Verdi
Ala Hikl Mai.
Fantasia -LllluokaUuil, by request.. .
Waltz Tho Fairies Ciowe
Polka Calbarlen. by leanest... Michiels
Quadrille The Mikado Sullivan
THE POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE.
Miss Hirshberg, milliner at Mr.
N. S. Saeh's Popular Millinery
House, Fort street, who has been on
a visit to the Coast, returned by the
Australia on Saturday last. Miss
Hirshberg combined 'business with
pleasure in her trip, and made a
large and choice selection of milli
nery and fancy goods which she
brought back with her. She also
brought with hor Miss Shay, un ac
complished milliner, who will bo
associated with Miss Hirshbcig, as
assistant. Mr. Sochs has made en
largements in the back part of tho
premises to accommodate the new
stock, which is being opened. The
Popular Millinery House is now pre
pared to Biipply patrons with every
thing in tho millinery line, of the
newest styles and latest fashions,
and at moderate rates, combined
with prompt and polite attention.
-erne sneu nisi
Wall was out in his
oveninc, but being
Lafrjd of capsizing, lie did not display
his iKtusculiir power.
The shareholders of E. O. Hall &
.Son, Limited, will be entitled to a di
vidend of $-1 per share to-moriow,
vwhich will be payable at the office.
TAKE IT OFF.
One of the Steam Laundry hands
entered Dr. McKibbon's ollice this
morning with a smashed thumb. He
stuck out his injured hand, which
was bandaged, for the doctor's in
spection, and the doctor said "take
it off." "Take what off?" demanded
the patient in an alarmed tone.
"Why, the bandage of course," re
plied the doctor; "and wash off that
grease with this soap ; now, let me
look at it." The medical adviser,
after looking at the mutilated thumb,
and giving tho owner some instruc
tions, dismissed him, saj'ing "he
wouldn't cut off this time."
TnE Eagle House, Mrs. White,
formerly of the White House, man
agrcss, will probably bo in readiness
"to receive guests by Saturday next.
Mr. Alex. Lyle, one of the solid
oarsmen of tho Myrtle senior crew,
being away to Hawaii, gives tho
other members of the same crew an
excuse for not practising,
Mil. Nicoll claims to be the in
ventor of a new garden sprinkler, far
superior to those generally used, The
Nicoll sprinkler will, the inventor
says, thiow a shower of water 50 feet.
The ice-man caught stealing milk
the other morning, when interrogat
ed relative to the matter, said he was
a great sinner, and by drinking the
milk of a missionary's cow ho
thought his sins would be washed
The Sunday school members of
-St. Andiew's Cathedral are busily
preparing tho Y. M. C. A. Hall for
the Mikado party, Thursday evening.
A 20 x 15 stage lias been erected on
.the Fort street side of the hall, and
.curtains, foot-lights, and scenery are
BLEEDING A WITNESS.
Justice You say you went out
as soon os you heard the noise?
Witness I did yer Honor, after
I had looked for my gun.
Justice Now supposing you had
found your gun, what use would you
put it to?
Witnkss-I should just take it along
and if I heard nny body a making
of a low, why I would just blaze
away at them, samo ns I'd say, How
are you ?
Justice And allowing you niaim
,ed your victim and he had no coin,
W.Wnss I'd tell him to follow
upibeliind and on no account to get
more an' 2 leagues a head and to
.supp'y clothing and condiments ac
cording to climate.
Justice And when would you
expect to reach your journey's end?
Witness I should keep a reaching
out for it all the time. As soon as
it was touched, I should hollow blue
Justice And what about the flag.
Witness All the opium in that
,distr!ot would he grabbed rolled up
in the flag, and wo would start
homeward with a fair wind. Just
give us a show and wo wiU a kind o'
shpw yerw lints what.
PACIFIC HOSE CO, MEETING.
Pacific Hose Company No. 1 met
last evening. Mr. M. D. Monsarrat
was unanimously elected' foreman,
instead of Mr. O. K. Miller, whose
place was declared vacant because
of bis absence from the country.
The foreman elect presented the
Company with a large portrait of
himself, in the uniform of First
Assistant Engineer of the Fire De
partment, which position was form
erly held by him. Messrs. M. D.
Monsarrat, J. W. McDonald, A.
Robertson, A. H. Baseman, and M.
M. Kennedy, were appointed a com
mittee to arrange, on behaf, of the
Company, for the torchlight proces
sion in celebration of His Majesty's
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Last night's Band conceit was
not "as usual." It was better, and
was thoroughly appreciated on all
sides. Tho weather was all that
could be desired and although it
threatened to rain, there was not
sufficient moisture to scare anyone
away. Mr. Michiels played the
cornet throughout the evening. His
solos, which he executed with un
usual skill and expression, brought
forth rounds of applause, to which
the talented artist replied with a
repeat. It is hoped Mr. Michicls
will frequently give the public the
benefit of listening to his musical
To-night there will be another
concert in the Square, in which
Mons. Michicls will again take part.
The programme is a well selected
one, and includes tho Liliuokalani
Fantasia and the Caibarien Polka, in
both of which the cornet of Michiels
is heard to advantage.
At 10:15 this morning express
carriage 31, drawn by one of J, A.
Cummins' spirited horses and driven
by Jim Brown.'met Willi an accident.
The carriage was standing on Queen
street, near McKibbin's medical
hall, when tho horse became fright
ened at a passing boiler. Thp
alarmed animal bolted up Kanliu
mnnu street, with Blown in hot pur
suit. On reaching Merchant 6trcet
tho carriage struck the stone steps
in front of Ashford and Ashford's
law ollice, and turned over. Tho
horse which was thrown by tho over
turning carriage, was caught before
he could regain his feet, and held
down. The carriage was not badly
damaged, while tho horse was hard
Yesterday morning a horse attach
ed a a brake, ran at a furious rate
up Richard stipet, to Beretnnia
street, mid there nearly collidpd with
Mr. lsertcimiurs team. Having
cleared all obstacles, the runaway
continued its courso out Beretunia
street, towards Wnlkikl.
A TRIP TO THE VOLCANO.
As there was nothing new to bo
seen in Honolulu last week but a
little elephant, I thought that I
would take a trip on the steamer
Kinau, and see how the goddess
Pole was getting on in her home at
Kilauca. So I started and I got
there and this is just what I saw.
After arriving at Kcauhou the
steamer anchored and eaily break
fast was served. A party of tour
ists, both ladies and gentlemen,
were conveyed to the landing in
boats, where saddle horses were in
waiting. As fast as the riders were
mounted they rides off, following
the leader, Mr. W. R. Pogue.
Tho first four miles of the ride
from the landing to the pali, was on
a rough trail over the lava locks,
and by a gi'adual ascent reaches the
top of the bluff, and from there it is
easy travel arriving at the Halfway
House, which is a new building
erected lately by Mr. Wilder, and
under the management of Mr.
Pogue, and live miles from the
Here the patty stopped, and ex
changed their saddle horses for two
wheel breaks, in which they took a
nine mile ride to the Volcano House,
with comfort and joy. Two of the
ladies preferred to ride horseback,
which they enjoyed very much.
The road from the Halfway House
to the Volcano House is very nicely
graded, and large ferns and other
plants that are very attractive grow
on each side of the road, leading
through a thick forest of tiopical
trees, until we reach the Volcano
House, which is delightfully
situated on an elevation overlooking
the crater, where Mr. J. H. Maby
had a nice dinner prepared for the
There is but little left to be added
to what has already been said about
this world-renowned volcano of
Kilauca, by those who have seen it
during its grand state of activity,
before the earthquake of March (ith.
Just as the ashes in the furnace are
let out, the coals seem to burn
brighter as they burn out, so it was
with this famous lake of Halemau
mau. Notwithstanding this re
nowned crater has ceased to be so
active as it was, previous to the
above mentioned date, yet one can
behold fire issuing forth in different
directions, into the bottom of this
huge abyss, fully two hundred feet
below you, and hear the hissing,
rumbling sounds, issuing from blow
holes on the top of peaks, resemb
ling the Little Beggar that was onco
so attractive ; and can plainly see
red hot lava flowing with rts much
activity as it did in the past, and is
still an interesting sight to those
that have not seen it. The reflec
tion can bo seen amongst the clouds
distinctly from the Volcano House
at night, and smoko is constantly
rising from the crater.
As this is the fifth time I have
visited this Volcano since the 2nd
of Aug., 1885, I will now be able to
finish my book which I will offer to
tho public shortly.
Does food fctmont sootl after cmlngi
nrcompnnicd by llntulencc or belching
of gas from tho slomnchf 1 there fie
qucnl palpitation of the lunrt J Thec
various symptom may on l pienutnt
one tlim, bill tlu lulu M ilies llmir
in turn as the diKidtul nKcae pi o
gicsses. if tho case be one ol long
standing, iheio will bo a dry, Inn-Mug
cough, attended niter a time li expec
toration. In ery ndvAuCed stngOi Hie
skin iibsumcs a dirty biortnUh appear,
mice, and the hands nud feel are cm end
by a cold ftleky perspbation. A- the
ller and kidneys become more" and
more dhensed, rhcuinatiu pains appear,
and the. Usual triiiUtieul proves entllcly
(inuvalllug iigaltnl ihe l.tllcr agonUlng
dboulei. The origin of this inalndy is
indigestion or dytpipda, and u siinli
quaintly of the pioper medicine will
lenitive the disease it taken In its Inelp
lency. it Is most important that the
disease t-hotild bo piomplly and properly
treated in Its llrt tttigcs, when a little
medicine wilt ctlect a cure, and even
when It has obtained a stloug hold the
correct icmedy should be perseveied in
until every estlge of the disease is
eiadlcnted, until tho appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
n he.illhy condition. The surest and
mojt effectual icmedy for this distress
ing loiuplalnt is "Sclgel's Curative
Syrup,' a vegetable ptepariition sold by
ail ciiuiuUli nud nidicliie vendors
theoughoiit the woild, mid by tho pi o
prletois, A. .). AVhltc, Limited, London,
K. C. Tills Svrvn bti Ikes ut the very
foundation of the dise.u-c, and ilrhcs It,
loot and branch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist for SeigcPs Curative
"East-strcet Mills, Cambrldge.heatli,
"London, K O., July 24th. 1883
"Sir, Jt L'lvts me great pleasure to bo
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syiop asacuialivoagent.
1 had M'flered fo: sonic length of time
from a tevere fonn of indigcsUsn, and
the long train ol d'strcssing symptoms
following that disease, i liau trieu an
possible means to get relief, by seeking
the best medical advice. ( had swallow,
cd siitlicicnt of their stuff to float n man.
of-war, o to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my suffeiiii-js, uiought
with him r, uotiio of jour Seiuel Syrup;
he advUcd me to Uy It, staling he felt
contldent it would benefit :nc. Ilclng
weary oj tiysug so maev rugs, 1 con.
ileinued it hemic tiinl, thinking itcould
not possibly Jo me any uood, but ulti
mately determined to take the Syrup.
After dohi" o loi n shoit time it work,
ed H'ich a change in me that I continued
taking it for nearly two month, upd I
then felt thoiouglily cuicd, lor Jiap
dUiontlnucd its u-e for (ivo w'ool.s, and
feel in the het of health, and can par
take any kind ot food with ease and
comfort." 1 am therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restoied to
the state of health I now enoy. Yours
tiuly, W. S. FoiiSTEii.
We are Fighting Opposition 1
Selling at Cost!
S. COHN & CO.,
(:J mid 05 Fort Street.
No connection with any corner, wo are just below.
(JSP Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away, NO PAY. 27
Health is Wealth !
HERE WE GOME TO THE FRONT I
C. Wm'i Nfiitk An TlnAiM TntA'p-
Mext, n iraarantocd Bppclilo for Hretcrfn, Dlzzi
nra. CoriTaliloni, Fit, Nerroua Nonr&lgUi,
Ueoaacho. Nerrout Proatratloa. earned bjr the am
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental D
prMiion, Boftonlng of tho Uroin. resulting in in
sanity and'lmdtna; to miserr, decay unci dentin
Premature Old hat, Ilarrcnnenii, Losa ot Toner
in either sex. I nrolanUiry bosses and BportnMcr
than, oaased by over-oiertlon of tho brain, uclN
abuse, or oTer-lndttlffOccn. Each box contain i
one month's treatment. $1.00 n box. or six boxtM
for $3.00, sent by mail prepaid on rocoipt of pric.
WE UUARANTKE BIX BOXES
To enro any case. With each order roefivod by in
for six boxoa, accompanied with S5.00, wo will
send tho purchaser our written guarnntco to re
fund the money if the treatment does not effect
a cure. Q uamntees issued only by
trZvUlMrthtfcWtrfwmrtl toftf rif tirtt CotapUht4
t7tpi"Ut ikk lUfttUcbt.lvdfcMtlen, CcMnUtka w CeU?rou,
at eir with Wt'i pUWt tiTtr Wit, Um lk dtrw
Uoaa itrlctlf eonpltoj wtiiu Tlty kr txmly vrft UtJ. k&
Mnrbll U itr MlUfoction. fitr CoWd Ltrft botte(ci
Uratif W pllli, U ctaU, ft ul hj U drotffau. LWwiri of
tMuUrfclt) ud Imlutlot. Tlti r tauttfwtartd "If tf
IOI1N C, WEST Ca, 111 A 1(3 W. UtlUoo BU, Cluaf.
ftU Irk. kf Mil fcfr tuU prtjld on rml 4f 1 cm! iUa
f lolllHtcM A: Co.,
80 fin. Wl.o.r-fltc nml Hell il Agents.
The White House,
TVo.;iO.B Nunnnu Htreet,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Fnntily Holol; Turin Hcuson
nlilcs Flrit.rlii Arroiniunnn'ioni.
, PAN D EPS, Proprietor.
Iinest OmstoiTi Made
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Ever brought to those Islands and which c will sell nt the following
100 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per suit $ 2
Men's Fine Ili.sincss Suit", per suit C 00
" ' All Wool ' Kxtravalue,ptrMilL 0 00
' E. Fine llhick- DreH " " " " " IB 00
,l orMng Pmils, per piir 100
WEST, DOW &
TT ceiveu ex .-, B.
CO. hive re
ived ex .-, B. "Austrnliu," Mil.
sic Iiis'ruclioii Book", Foiioj of Mutio,
llaby Carriages, Whisk Urooms. DinionU
Htu Hacks, Wagons, Small Slatoi-, Kus.
tic Frames, Lunch llaskcts, Etc., Etc.
XXX "nil La Primavera Manillas at
ICE CREAM of tho I'uri-t and Rlch-o-l
quality fiom ono quart to any
quantity i pw.irds am dclivurid packed
in ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
i- m., fruo of chaigi; to any part in Hono
lulu nnd Hibiirbs by the Pioocor Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery
AHo nn Kx'ra Fine Line of Men's and Boys,'
1?lic ClicnpcML mill JLJewt in tlic Markot.
$5.00 ONLY is the price charged
for '1 wo Gallons ol any flavored
uchnnd always fresh nniilo Steam Ice
Cream, yuara iiced to be absolutely puro
or no p ly at the Pioneer Steam Oandy
Factory, Hi kei y and Ice Cream Rooms.
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
menter, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nuuanu
fcU Hawaiian and Bell Tejeoliones,
No. 74. 41) tf
100 D.izcn Unlauudried Shirts, per piece $ 50 upwards
101 " Men h Fine UniliTchirts, tier piece . 50 '
IOO " " A hite Dros Sliirts, per piece '125 "
. 100 " " All WooMVorklng Shirts,- " 150 '
50 " " Straw Hats, per piece 75 "
75 ' Boys' " " " " 50 "
Wo are confident that thec prices will satisfy the mobt exacting.
We only ailvertiHe what ire iiicim !
Any uiiMiitiiactoi-y article may bu returned nnd the money
wll be clieeri'ully rvi'unded.
Pictuhi: Frimies and Cornices
nindo to order, old Frames rupnired,
rcgiklcd, otc. King Bros', Art Store.
Don't think twice if you are in
need of lino Jeo Cream, Cakes anil
Candies. Tho Elito Ice Cream Par
lors, 85 Hotel htreet, will attend your
orders promptly and guarantee en
tire satisfaction. Bell Telephone 182
Mutual 338. 44
Dn. Flint's 1Ii:akt Remedy is a,
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with oveiy bottle. Bonbon Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
Patkomzk llonio Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Mimufactuier, at tlio Crystal Soda
Works, whuro ho is prepared to fill ull
orders nt the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell theso cigars. Do not forget the
iiaiiui J. W. Ilingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Remember the Blue Front, Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
ECAN AR3D CO.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RLCEIVED, TUB FINEST LINES OF
Gnstouaie Glottal, Gents' Firiisbii 'Ms,
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT d'-hirahlc Stoic now occupied
by he I.ADIK-V HAZAAlt, S8 Fort
otrept, and all the Fixtures Gli Ve,
&c, fur Mile. For further particulars,
enqulri mi On- Pri'inl-i1- 40
STEAM CODY FACTORY
F. HOKN, Practical Confectioner,
i asiry unuu nun miKur.
71 Hotel Si. "trsr Telephone 74
Mer-Islaflu S. I Co.,
Tlie JBes-st Route
t" the World Rcnouned
Volcano of Kilauea
'Ihe new at d Hnui.eli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leave-i nnnolulu at 10 oVlmk a.m. on
FRIDAY, October 15th.
The steamer pas-c ulouir the intiro
coast of 'he li-cwiir.l side of Hnwil, af.
fording t uribts a panorama of cliatni.
ing scenen, and will stop at Kim 1 il;e
kuu Bay, "here sufficient time is allow,
cd t vi-it i he Moiiun.cnt ol Captain
Touri-ls by lhU toiiIi-reach Punaliiu
at 5 o'clock on ihe day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one nighi on lb
vessel, making the entire parage in
smooth Watei. At Punaliiu there i tlio
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourit. will be conveyed
by railroad to l'nhula. thence by stagt
coach to Half.v.ay lloiife, whete luniir
nml v'lide- -will I'm in attendance toion.
vey them io the Vol- mm.
Touiists will liiuv two ulghti' and one
who'e day at tho Volcano House.
Tickets for the lonnd trip, $ 00, which
includes all expemei.
Apply to HAHUY ABMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort str et, or nt ihe ollice of the I. I S.
N. Co., Eiplnuadc f:)".0 Cm
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special
rtqutsl, a niuill iinoicc
of Hit llnri-t hand-made,
Wo should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement of tho stpmnch, but, If
nmrleeted. It iu time involvea tho whole
frame, embracing tlio kldueys, Hor,
pancreas, and in fact tho entire gland,
ular bystcmj and tho nllliclcd drags out
a lnUcrablo existence until death gives
relief from sutl'ering. The disen.o is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but If the reader will asK lilinsoii tne
following questions ho will oo able to
determine whether he himself Is one of
Ihe alllipjcd: Have I distress, pain, or
ditliculty in breathing aflo-eati.iKi Is
there u dull, heavy feeling, intended by
drowsiness f Have the eyes a yellow
tlugoJ Does 'a thick, sticky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied by adhagrcc.
aTjliPtaston Is tho tongue coattdv Is
.thefopaCx hi tho sides and back J Is
there u fullness about tlio right Mo as
If th6'1fBrfw1fio enlarglngy fs there
tUrlfgoj DTT'dUzlnoss when, rising sud
,deHly,frpin.n hprljtontuj iioslilonjf Are
the sQbrqtlons from the kidneys hlsply
colourpU, wUJi ft dpppslt after btupdiug?
O LUSO 1IAWAIIANO.
ALIjperions who want to communi
cate with tho Poituguese, either
for bubbles, or for procuring workmen,
servantB or anv other helps, will llnd it
the most piolltnblo wuylo advertUo In
the Luso llawaiiauo, tho iiowoiau of
the l'orltiuuoo coloni, which i jAib.
liHhed on Jlerclianl stuqt, Gazette Iluild.
Ing, v f Bl-Olllro I.eltir Hox E ), nnd
only charges reasonable tatos for adver
tisement Corporation Stocks
Most Durable Gents' Shoes
Obtaiiia,ble in the Eastern markets.
(Fonnei ly with Samuel Nott).
Impoi-lei and JDeulcsr in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOUKltY, GEAEJ&WAlil', HOUSE FUENISI1INO IIAUDWAHE,'
AHATF. I1ION AND TINWAHE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tST Store formerly occitpiol by -. NlJ' 1, oproMite Spreckeh & Co.'a Hank -
Having iccuitd tho ScrviieTo
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
c are picpari.il to execute ull
House ot Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING BIII.I.
H. ItAOKFELD & Co.
Haw'nOnrriagoMnnf'gCo., t On 100
B.O. Hall & Bon, (mwjsiue) 100 100
Hell Telephone, 3iJ in
O. Hrower & Co., 101 ICO
Woodluwn Dairy, 00 100
Wailuku Sugar Co , lT HX)
Walniimnlo, 165 100
Star Mill. WW
Hcclprocity Sugar Co., Mi IOC
Ico pompupy, S7 '00
'-WAMTp. , - - '
Inter?Island S. N.Co., ' ' 105
' L. A. THUIISTON, Block Urokei
33 Merchant 8tieet, 151 ly
Blacksmith Work :
79 & 81 Kii Street
Old Hose Premises,
Every description of work hi tho aboo lines performed In a first-claw manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty,
1ST Dull Tehphoue, 107. "W (317 ly) 0T BOl Telephone, 167. -t
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Rial's Boat-BuildM Slips
Is now ndjnlnlrg the rear of
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty dub. a Jlonth.
88 1 DANIEL LOQAN, Proprietor. 11