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Has constantly on hand Pino llnnd-inulo lee Ure.ttn manufactured from 1IIK12
DAIKY CIlEiVll. also Ices and Sherbets'. We keep constantly on liaml n
flae assortment of l'aitry Wo lrtnke fresh every tiny, Uiu following:
Ladles' Fingers, Marannuo Creams, Maccaroons, Sponge Cakes, Pound Cakes, Jelly Rolls,
Fruit Cakes, Citron Cakes, and a largo variety ol otlior Small Cakes.
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY.
Special orders for nny kind of Cnkcs piomptly filled. Fresh Candles ky
Jloll Telephone 1N. Xliitiiiil To cplionc MIH.
Oiim from H n. m. to II i. in.
to imlajsoei 3EB,oo:m"
For a Large & Taiied Assortment of Ms
Snitnble for tle Celebration ol" Xoveinlier lGtli,
to avri vc9irith Vhns. .J. FislicI,
On the S.S. ilameda, Oct. 28
The Leading Millinery
A Large and Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spring Heel Shoes of nil
si7.es. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
sbbHIS I jtjiriLI ?
King Street, between Fovi. mul Alakca Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, l'FAl AUSTRALIA,
0k(1n?a'lnl0D, Sm,!!cU nnlibul. Hums. Racon, Hlock Codllsh, Kits and tins Sal.
won Bellies, kegs Uuter, Cain Cheese, kegs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Tabic Rai.
Bins Figs, Almonds, Walnuts ; Spiced Ilecf, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongues, Chip.
lJenSi?!!SHOyBlcJ?'8,lrJ,l"0Jical'o.II, 0rioi Vaw, llrnn, Wheat Oats,
White Oistilo Soup, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Pondered Sugar Germcn
breakfast Germ, Choice Tens, Ficnch Peas, etc. Also! fc ' ucrmcu'
"Good Night" and Palaco Brands Kerosene Oil.
A11 at Lowesljmaiket rates and Satisfaction Guamntred. t- p. O. Box- 273
842 Telephone, 11(1. '
Just received, ex Lapwing, a largo consignment of
Genuine German Cologne,
Prepared by Johann Maria Fniiua,
HoUister & Co.,
House, corner Fort and Hotel streecs.
109 Fort Street.
wanwaiwMiimii nm.iVM mt mm
Wo should Blot Out Diseaso
in Its Early binges.
Tlio disease commences with a Might
derangement of the stomach, but, If
neglected, It In time nnolves tlio whole
frame, embracing thu kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and in fact the euttic gland,
ular system; and the afflicted drags out
u mlseralile o.itrnoo until death gives
idiot from stilli'ttug. The disease is
often mistaken lor other complaints;
but If the leader will ask himself the
following questions he will be able to
detetmlnu whether be himself is one of
Ihe allllutcd: Have I distress pain, or
dillleulty in breathing after eating? Is
there n dull, heavy feeling, attended by
diowslnessV llao thu eyes a yellow
tinge? Docs a llilck, sticky mucous
gather about thu gums and teeth In thu
mornings, accompanied ny a tnsagrco.
able tastu? Is tho tongue coaled? Is
there palu In the sides and back? Is
there a fullness about the light sitlo as
If thu liver wero enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud.
denly from an horizontal position? Are
tho secretions from the kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit after standing?
Does food ferment soon after eating,
accompanied by flatulence or belching
of gas from the stomach? Is there frc
rpicnl palpitation of tho heart? These
various symptoms may not be present at
ono time, but they toruiCHl tho sull'eier
In turn as tho dreadful diseaso pro
messes. If the case bo one of long
standing, there 'will bo a dry, hacking'
cough, attended alter a time tiy oxpec
toration. In cry advanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty hrownUh appear,
nuco, and the hands and feet are covered
by a cold sticUy peispiration. As tho
liver and kidneys become more and
more diseased, llieumatic pains appear,
and tho usual treatment proves entirely
unavailing against thu latter agonising
disoider. The origin of this malady is
Indigestion or dyspepsia, and a small
quantity of the proper medicine will
remove tho disease it taken in its inclp
iency. It is most important that the
dlse.ue should be promptly and properly
treated in its ilrt .stages, when a little
medicine will effect a" cure, and even
when it has obtained a stiong hold the
eoneet icinedy should bo persuveied in
until eveiy vestige of the disease i
eiadicatcd, until tlio appetite ha lotuin
ed, and tho digestive onras restored to
a healthy condition. The stuoit and
most ell'ectual icinedy for this distress
ing complaint is "Seigcl's Curative
Syrup,'" a vegetable pieparation sold by
nil chemists and mdicino vendors
thcoughout the -world, and b3 the pro
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, London,
B. C. This Syrvp strikes at tho very
foundation of tho disease, and drives it,
loot and branch, out of tho system. Ask
your chemist for Seigcl's dilative
"East-street Mills, Cambridge-heath,
"London, E. C, July 24th. 1SS2
"Sir, It gives mc gieat plcasuip to be
able to add my testimony in favour of
your-vnliuiblc Syrup as a curative agent
1 had suffered for some length of time
from a sevcro foim of indigestien, and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. 1 had tried all
possible means to get relief, by seeking
the best medical advice. I had swallow
ed sufiicient of their stuff to tloat a man-of-war,
so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my suflciings, brought
with him a bottle of your Scigel Syrup;
ho advised mc to try it, stating lie felt
confident it would benefit me. Being
weary of trysng so many drugs, 1 con
demued it before tiial, thinking it could
not possibly Jo me any good, but ulti
mately determined to take the Syiup.
After doing so for a sboit time it work,
ed s'icli a change in uiothat I continued
taking it for nearly two months, and I
then ielt thoioughly cured, for I have
discontinued its use for five weeks, and
lcel iu tho best of health, and can par.
take any kind of food with case and
comfoit. I nm theicfoic thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuablo lnedioipp, 1 am restored to
the slate of health I now onjoy.-Yours
truly, W. S. FousTUii.
"To Mr. A. .1. White."
Those who are in the "Asthma
Furnace" should lose no time in obtain,
ing relief by tho use of "The Rosing,
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use the
medicine unless yon will follow all the
diiections "to tlio letter."
Poor Asthma sufferers, who are
strangers to "tired Natuie's sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should muko use
of "The Rosinweed Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chis
wick, "February 17th, 1882.
"Messrs, Wnite and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It is with great pleas,
uro that I add my testimony to tlip
wonderful effects of Seigcl's Syrup. For
years I uad been suffering from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that 1 should not bo able to recognise
any one or anything at tho distance of a
yard or-two from my face. This- would
be followed -by excessive trembling of
my knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after which a severe
headache would occur, lasting often two
or three dags. I have tried various
remedies for these dlsticsslng symptoms,
but until 1 tried Seigcl's fayrup I bad no
lellef. fainco then I havu'liad excellent
health in every respect, and if ever I
feel a headache coming on I tnko one
doso of the Syrup, which nrrests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may be the
menus of inducing cithern (who sulfer as
1 used) to tiy the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will iccelve speedy beuellt and
ultimately bo cured, 1 'heg to remain,
Seigcl's Operating Pills prevent 111
effects from excoss in eating or drink
ing. A good doso tit bed-timo renders
a person lit for busindss in tho morning.
If you have Asthma use- 'The Boslnweed
Ofiico 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
JiillH mul IteiitM Collected,
Itenl I:k(Uo Itouglit mul Hold,
All matters entrusted to mo will re'eeive
piompt nttention, and returns
-J. H. SOOPJEDR,,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. tuCo.)
Dealers in all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at thu Gazelle Block, Merchant
IS?" Tho English Admiralty Charts
always on hand. J by
t g-ttUi) Dnttdin,
TUESDAY. OCT. 20. 1880.
A SCENE IN COURT.
During the cross-cxniiiinntion of
Professor 11. II. Allen on the trial of
Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor at the: Crimi
nal Court on Monthly, Mr. Justice
Holroyd took occasion to call in
question the manner in which Mr.
Purvcs, Q. C, who was tlio leading
counsel for the defence, was con
ducting it. Mrs. Taylor was
charged with having by malpractice
causcd the dcatli of Miss Julia War
burton, and Professor Allen, who
had made the post mortem examina
tion on tho hotly of tlio deceased,
was examined to prove that the
dcatli was caused hy violence. In
cross-examination Mr. Purvcs at
tempted to show that the witness
had no practical experience in the
subjects on which lie gave evidence,
and in reference to one answer that
tho witness gave, said, "Where did
you pick up that knowledge?" and
the witness replied, "From the
works of standard authors." Mr.
Purvcs "We read the same works,
and have the sainc means of ob
taining knowledge." Professor Al
len ."You aro quite at liberty to
say so, but the difference is that
you read the books, but you don't
understand them." Mr. Purvcs
"So you sa, but I suppose you aro
just as capable of saying that as you
are of writing impertinent letters to
your superiors." Mr. Justice llol
royd said that was a grossly inso
lent remark to make to the witness.
Mr. Purvcs "Your Honor did not
hear what the witness said ; if you
did, 1 am at a loss to understand
your Honor's remarks." -Mr. Jus
tice Holroyd. "You have exhibited
grpat impertinence towards the wit
ness." Mr. Purves "If so, your
Honor should stop it." Mr. Jus
tice Holroyd "I will stop it."
Mr. Purvcs "I shall ask such
questions as I think proper; but
when Your Honor stops mc I shall
desist." Mr. Justice Holroyd
"You have'insinuatcd that the wit
ness was improperly employed to
conduct the examination, and that
he knows nothing about his business.
You have asked most illegitimate
questions and you reflect pn me for
interfering." Mr. Purves "Then
Your Honor lias a most singular
mind. Of course it is my business
to break down the witness, and I
have endeavored to do so. I have
not reflected on Your Honor, and if
Your Honor is tinder such a mis
apprehension I am quite prepared
to pass over your other remarks."
Mr. Justice Holroyd 'fl say that
you are grossly impertinent and
insolent." Mr. Purves That is a
matter of opinion. It is my bounden
duty to ask such questions as I
think proper, and to conduct nvy
case in my own way." Mr. Jus
tice Holroyd "I am quite aware of
that, and I am not afraid of you,
Mr. Purves." Mr. Purves "And,
thapk God, I am not afraid of Your
Honor." Mr. Justice Holroyd
"You have been grossly insolent to
tlio wjtpess, and I shall stop it,"
Mr, Purves "Your Honor can do
what you pleao, but I have con
ducted cases before Judges quite
equal in ability to Your Honor, and
have asked questions of the same
kind." The cross-examination as
to tjio defajls of the post mortem
was then proceeded with without
WHY WOMEN READ NEWSPAPERS.
A man who has started a number
of papers and wjio is keen on all
newspaper subjects told me the other
day that he had at last hit upon a
highly valuable sclipmo,
"I have ascertained through a
careful series of observations," ho
said, "that women who read news
paperswe Interested in four sub
jects scandals, marriages, deaths
and etiquette. Take any women in
town and toss a paper in her lap
while she is working on a 'splasher'
depicting tho everlasting 'Three
Little Maids,' or is engaged in
some equally absorbing work, and
what does she do? First she glances
along tho headlines until she comes
to the Victoria Morosini episode.
She at once drops her work, taps her
teeth meditatively with her thimble,
and wades through every word of
the report. Tho moral she draws
from the story is usually that alio
doesn't see why so much fuss is
made about that Morosini creature,
whom she saw one night on the
stage of tho Casino and iound to bo
us awkward as a cow. Then she
slops abruptly and skims over tho
paper till she finds tho column
headed 'Deaths.' Hero she revels
for a long while, wondering if the
Johnson who has just died is any
relation to the Johnson who boarded
at tho second farm house down tho
turnpiko near the cross-roads from
where she spent tho summer in Con
necticut four years ago. After
arguing this over for some time,
and settling it positively ono way or
the other, bIio goes on' to tho next
name. If sho discovers tho death
of a child sho divines at once that
it was scarlet fever, and decides to
have tho doctor look at that rash on
Lucy's neck tho instant sho returns
from school. Then sho comes to
the marriage column. Did you ever
see anything more amusing than
thp absorption of thp woman over
uiu luumugcsr ivn uaruiquaico
wouldn't disturb her. Sho invests
every couple with tlio romance of
her own courtship, and goes off into
speculations on tho groom's pros-
wmtmanMmaam imbwipw ant n
pects and the style of the bride's
wedding outfit. As for tho ctiquetlo,
column, that always makes her chat
ter. 'Here,' sho says, Ms the most
absurd young woman who writes to
tho editor to know whether sho
ought to go to a theatre with her
young man without a chnpemne. 1
remember the first time dear Henry
took mu to tho theatre,' and so on.
After she had waded through this
column sho throws the paper aside,
and that night when Iter husband
comes home she tells how much sho
wiis interested in the newspaper.
'Yes,' he says, 'tho papers are
mighty readable now. That was tin
awful catastrophe in Charleston,
wasn't, it?' His wife looks up at
him and says; 'What was that,
dear?' 'Why, tho earthquake.'
lWiii there ono? Well, there, that
slupid old paper didn't havu a word
about.' Tito husband goes and gets
tho paper and shows her a six
column article on thu first page.
She had not seen it, of course. Now,
there's a pointer for any man with
brains," continued the projector of
newspapers, somewhat out of breath,
but very much in earnest, "and I'm
going to work it out. Every woman
in America will buy a paper that
puts forth intelligence on scandal,
marriage death, and etiquette in the
most alluring style of tho art."
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Iiiving: Six Years Without
Going: to Uetl.
Mil. BuiToii: bile spending a few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Aberyslwrfli, Cnidit;aushiic, Wales, 1
heard related what seemed to mo either
a fabulous story or a maivellous cute.
The story w;as that a poor sulferer who
had not been ablu to lie down in bed for
six long yeais, gien up lo die by all the
Doctors, had been speedily cuied tiy
some Patent Medicine, it was elated
with tho more implicit conthlenco from
the circumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of Lianrystyd was familiar with
the facts, and could vouch for tlio truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories glow in unveiling,! took
tho liberty while at the village of Lian
rystyd to call upon tho Vicar, the Hov.
T. Evans, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a total stran.
ger to him, both he and his wile most
gcaciously cutuitained mo in a half
hour's conversation, principally touching
the case of Mr. Pugh, in which they
seemed to lake a deep and sympathetic
interest, having been familiar with bis
suilciings, nnd now rejoiced in what
seemed to them a most remarkable cine.
Tho Vicar remarked that lie presumed
his name had been connected with the
icport from his having mentioned the
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llanou. He said Mr. Pugh was former
ly a resident of their parish, but was now
living in the palish of Llanddcinol.
He strongly vouched Mr. Wm. Pugh's
character as a respectable farmer and
worthy of credit, I left the venerable
Vicar with a.liveller sense of the happy
relation of a' paslor nnd people, feolitig
that he was one who truly sympathised
with all who ate alllicted in mind, body,
On my return lo Aberjstwitli, I was
impressed with a desire to see Mr. Pugh,
whoso reputation &tood so high. His
faun is called Pancom-Mawr, signifying
"above tho dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth round hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley in which is
situated the lovely ivymantlcd Church
of Lluudrtoiuol. I found Mr. Pugh,
apparently about 40 years old, of medium
height, rather slight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. 1 told him 1 had heard
of his great affliction and ot his remark,
aide and almost miraculous relief, and
that 1 had come to learn from his own
lips, what there was of truth in tho r
ports. THE FIRST
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with verbatim Reports of Speeches
OIT 1 88(J,
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consist of tho reports published
from day to day in tlio Uui.i.r.
TiN, with corrections, where nccesr
sary, Tho I5um.i:tjn Reports aro
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orders received in time will bo filled
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Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
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AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
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Will be opcn.evciy .afternoon and.even-
ing as follows:
Monday, TiicHttuy, "IVoitnenday and
To the public in general.
For ladic and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday ard Sa.urday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
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Tlio Inior-TBliiiKl Stoum
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for solo
Bteam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
4i5 Bar Iron. Dy
HONOLULU, It. I.
Invoice of Lantern, Kerosene Oil of the very
lest Quality, Stoves, Rangiw and Tinware.
Hecomniondcd by Fire Underwriter oj Hon Francisco
ulo,elo. An actual Protection afiiliH l'lre. " '
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full lines of Hnidwnrc, Agticultuuil ImpkinenU, etc.
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Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treat
ment, ji ptuarantoed specific for Hystorin, Dizzi
ness. Convulsions. Fits, Nervous Neuralgiiv
Hojulncho.NorvouB Prostration, caused by tho usa
of. alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Montal De
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eanity and leadmn to misery, docoy and deaths
Prematura Old Aro, Barrenness, Loss of Power
in cither box. Involuntary Lossos and Spermator
rhoea, caused by over-oxortion ot tho brain, solf
abuse, or aver-in,dulBenco. Each box contains
one mnnth'e treatment. $1.00 a box, or Bix boxes,
for S5.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price-
1VE UAKAXTEE SIX IJOX.ES
To cure any caeo. With oach ordor received by us.
for bix boxes, accompanied with S3.0O, wo will
Bond tho purchaser our written guarantee to re
fund tho money if tlio treatruont does not effect
a cure. Guarantees issued only by
iioi.x.jrttT:Eit .v co.
TTE will rrth above nwird for any cue of Uwr Colplft!nt,
Pytpepalt, Blck Headache, Indlgeitlon, Conitipttloa or Coitlvemu,
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taining SO pllli 25 cnti, For talo by all droggliu. Beware of
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The Llhraiy consists at tlio present
thnotif oer l'ive Thousand AViIinnes.
Tlio Reading Room is supplied with
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visitors from tho other islands aio wel
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members, it is expected that resilient,
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selves of its privileges, and all who feel
an lutei et iu maintaining an Institution
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