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4 AGATK IRON AND TINWARE.
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(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
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in New Designs.
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Furniture & Upholstery Goods
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For Balls or Paities in small or large
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J. tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
tn quantities to suit at lowest prices.
OlUce, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
auction r om.
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BRNT, a guaranteed spectfio for Hysteria, Diizi
Bens, ConYuIeloDt. ifits, Norvoui Nouralgin,
iletuucho, Nervous Proat ration, caaaed by the nso
of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefalnass, Montal Do
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unity and leading to misery, decay and death;
i'rematuro Old Age, Harronncaa, Lots of Power
in either ex. Inrolnntary JLosaes and Hponjiutor
TUODS, esDsea br over-exertion of tho brain, self
abiue, or OTSr-indulgenoe, Kach box containu
?ue month's treatment. J1.00 a box, or six boxes
or $3,00, leotbjr mail prepaid on receipt of price.
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for six boxes, accompanied with $5,00, wo will
end the purchaser our written guarantee to re
fund the money if the treatment dooa not effect
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Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, t'aisaparlllu
Fruit Byrups und Essences and
made frm I he pure Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to be the best.
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ctarling ttotea lor Die pnle of iced
drinks and wishing lountaln supplies,
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Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
ami a general assortment of
4i5 Bar Iron. iyj
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A. "Voloo vtm Austria.
Near the vlllago of Ziuingdorf, in
Lower Austria, Uvea Maria Haas, an in.
telllgcnt and industrious woman, whoso
story of physical sulk-ring and final re
lief, a9 related by herself, is of interest
to English women. "I was employed,"
she Bays, " in the work of a large farm
house. Over-work brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint
ing and sickness of the stomach, until 1
wn unablo to retain either food or
drink. I was compelled to take to my
bed for several weeks. Getting a little
better from rest and quiet, 1 souglil t
do some work, but was soon taken with
a pal il in my side, which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This wns followed by a cough and
t-liortncss 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 (old no that my time
had nearly come, and that I could not
live longer than when tho trees put on
their green nee more, xnen i Happen
ed to get one of the Bel gel pamphlets,
1 read it, and my dear mother bought
me a bottle of Seigel's Syrup, which I
took exactly accoiding to directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it be
fore I felt a great change for the better.
My lust illness began June , 1882, and
continued toAuuust (Ith, when 1 began
to lake the Syrup. Very soon 1 could
do a little light work. The cough left
me, and I was no more troubled hi
b cathing. Now I am perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I am I I cunnot ex
picas gratitude enough for Seigel's
Syrup. Now I must tell you that the
doctors in our district distributed hand
bills cautioning people against the
medieinc, telling litem it would uoincm
no good, and many wcre'thorcby influ
enced to destroy the Scigel pamphlets;
but now, wherever ouo is to be found, it
is kept like a relic. The low preserved
arc borrowed1 to read, and I have lent
mine lor six miles around our district.
People have come eighteen miles le get
me to buy the medicine for them, know.
Ing that it cured me, and to tie sure to
get the right kinds I know woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could help hen I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote the name
down for her that she might make' no
mistake. She took my advice and the
Syrup, and now she is in perfect health,
and the people around us are amazed.
The medicine has made sucli progress
in our neighborhood that people say
they don't want tho doctor any more,
but they take the Syrup. Sufferers from
gout who were contlned to their bed and
could hardly move a finger, 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 live
years with costivencss and rheumatic
pains, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not utdoctor
in the surrounding 'districts to "whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, but every one crossed them
selves and said they could not help her.
VVhenever the little bell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, we thought surely it was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is as healthy as any.
body, goes to church, and can work
even in the fields. Everybody was as
tonisbed when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she had been in
bed. To-day she adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies and Seigel's
Syrup. Mabia Haas."
The peoplo of England tpeak confirm
ing the above.
After Hoveral Years.
"Stoke Ferry, January 9lh, 1884.
"Gentlemen, I have used Siegel's
Syrup for several years, and have found
it a most efficacious remedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, und I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak too niguiy in us praise. i re
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
.A-ftor Blxteen Years.
' " Whittlc-lo-Woods, near Chorley,
"December 20, 1883.
"Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with" us, all'tbat'try
it speak highly in its favor. , We had a
case of a young lady that had been tro'u.
bled many years with pains after eating.
She tells us that the pains wcro entirely
taken away after a few doses of your
medicine. Yours truly, E. Peel."
TJao Effects liiwo Tjooh
"95, Newgate Sttect, Worksop, Notts,
'December 20th, 1883.
"Gentlemen, It is with tho greatest
of pleasure! accord my testimony as to
the efficacy of Mother Seigel's Syrup.
My wife, who has suffered from acute
Dyspepsia for, over sixteen years, is now
perfectly better through the sole help
of your Syrup. I have sent pounds in
medicines from doctors in fnct, I be
gan to think she was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
A.ftor Many Years.
"jllford Road Dispensary, Dukinfleld,
May 3, 1884
"Dear Sir, I am happy to inform
you that the sale of your Syrup and Pills
increases here continually. Several of
my customers speak of having derived
more benefit from tho use of these than
from any other medicine. In some in
stances the c fleets have been wonderful.
Yours very respectfully,
H wly Pno. Edwin Eastwood, J JJ."
BOOMS TO LET.
IUBNISHBD ROOMS TO LET AT
? Kewalo, by the day, weoK or month.
Apply on premises to
B 1m W. I. KAHALEMAUNA,
fee gpitt) MUjvtiu.
MONDAY. DEC. 13, 1886.
W. D. T. U.
THE PRESIDENT'S HEPORT.
THK QUESTION OF THE DAY.
Kev. Dr. A. L. Stone, nfter some
years in California, saitl, "I had en
tertained a sort of hope that the
manufacture of pure wines and
their introduction into general use
would crowd out the gross, strong
llquorsand diminish intemperance.
I am now fully convinced that this,
hope was groundless and delusive.
It i8 In evidence that fully two
thirds of all the wino manufactured
is converted by the manufacturers
into brandy. It also appears that
in tho wino growing districts, intem
perance is on the increase, extend
ing even to tuo yotuii of ootn
sexes." Mr. Nordhoff, in his work
on California, makes a similar state
ment and says in closing, "I advise
no settler in the State to make wine.
He runs too many risks with children
and laborers, even if he himself
escapes." U. S. Revenue Commis
sioner Wells said, "California,
with her cheap wines for temper
ance, in tho year 18C7 sold fourteen
times as much alcoholic stuff as
Maine, and more than any other
State, New York excepted."
But how about beer? Is it not
true, as has been said, that "the
brewers of good beer are the friends
of the cause of temperance." Shalt
we not vote to lower the duties on
wine and beer, and to license brewe
ries "in the interests of temper
ance?" I quote from a statement
in a recent number, of the Friend:
"The report of the statistical bureau
of Switzerland for 1884 gives these
figures: 'The per capita consump
tion of malt liquors in Switzerland
is about 45 gallons, in Germany,
20; in, the United States, 11. At
the same time the spirituous liquors
consumed in these three countries
are: Switzerland, about 9.40 litres;
Germany, 8.60 litres ; United States,
4.42 litres. Thus we see that while
Switzerland consumes four times
and Germany nearly twice as much
beer per capita as the United States,
they use also about twice as much
spirits. A German professor, in an
article on the increase of insanity,
combats the argument that the con
sumption of beer tends to dimi
nish the consumption of spirituous
liquors. He shows, on the con
trary, that in European countries
there is a steady increase in the use
of both kinds of drink. In Holland
the use of spirits has increased
thirty per cent, within seventeen
years; in Belgium, it has doubled
itself in the last forty years, and in
even that home of wines, France, it
has risen from an average of. four
annual litres per head to seven in
the two decades from 1860 to .1880,
i. e., an increase of seventy per
cent. In Prussia, between 1865
and 1880, the consumption of spirits
rose from eight to ten litres per
head, while that of beers rose from
thirty-seven to eighty-eight litres.
Dr. H. I. Bowditcb, of Boston, is
reported as saying of Ins advocacy
of beer in moderation: "It was
the mistake of my life when I
maintained but for a brief period,
that beer was beneficial to anybody
under any circumstances. I regard
it not as merely worthless, but as
productive of a most diseased state
of the whole system, the worst that
it is often not suspected until too
In 1830, a Beer Act was intro
duced into England, the object of
which was said to be to "wean the
people from the stronger liquors,
by cheapening beer, by giving them
a wholesome beverage." Nearly 40'
years later, a very high authority
says "This measure, though intro
duced in 1830 for the avowed pur
pose of repressing intemperance by
counteracting the temptation to the
excessive drinking of ardent spirits
afforded in public houses, has been
abundantly proved, not only to have
failed of its benevolent purpose,
but to, have served throughout the
country to multiply and intensify
the' very evils it was intended to
remove." "That free beer dimi
nishes drunkenness may be logic,
but it is not fact."
Similar statistics to these have
been available for fifty years. Tem
perance lecturers have declaimed
them, preachers have told them, the
religious press have published them,
temperance societies have scattered
them in tracts and. leaflets by the
million. Andyet! men of influence
and information to-day start up with
all the enthusi'am of discoverers and
assert. "There is no way to induce
men to drink less gin so sure as to
give them a cheaper drink which is
at the samo time milder. Let us
make it easy for our nativo peoplo
here to get beer and wine and they
will npt ask for anything stronger."
Jt is not true ! A, man who craves
gin and wujskpy will Iiryc thera at
any cost, for a milder drink will not
satisfy him. "And no man can
touch alcohol at all without fasten
ing upon himself a craving for more,
The beer drunkard js the worst
drunkard in the world, bis chains
are the' heaviest and strongest;'
Let us keep calm I Sooner or
latpr the truth must assert itself.
Alas that an influence east on the
wrong side can never be recalled I
for many years during and after
the war, there was n great lull in
temperanco agitation. While
men slept, the enemy sowed
tares." "And then in 1873
the Woman's Crusade started and
awakened tho land. It was not
preconceived, it . was not of human
device. It was a transient move
ment lasting but a few months. Its
effects aro going to grow and grow
till alcohol is banished from that
fair land. But how? Will woman's
prayers and tears avail ? Wo knelt
in the snow and mud at many n
saloon door and' poured out prayers
which God indeed heard, but which
were often a subject of derision to
tbe drunkard and the drunkard
maker. Shall we hold temperance'
meetings, and conventions, and have
processions, and sing, and wave our
banners? yeg, we. may awaken an
interest thus among a few, but the
trafllc, the trafllc, that is unmo
lested 1 Shall wo offer the plcdgo,
and invite men to sign and reform?
Yes, indeed! Thousands have been
rescued through the pledge, and
many thousands after signing have
fallen back to their cups niniin.
And still tho'traific goes on, and the
saloon keeper knows well how to
gain fresh recruits. But our hope
is with the young. Let us organize
bands of hope and young people's
societies, and introduce temperance
literature into our schools and Sab
bath schools. There are certainly
omens of hope for tho future in
these things. Meantime the con
sumption of liquor increases faster
than tho population, and a large
percentage even of, Jhc children we
cannot reach at all: Dram shops
festen on every corner, tho foul
temptation takes every guise.
(3f'o be continued.)
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going: to Bed.
Mu. .Editor: While spending a few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Aberystwlth, Cardiganshire, Wales, 1
heard related what seemed to me either
a fabulous story or a marvellous cure.
The story was that a-poor sufferer who
had not been able to lie down in bed for
six' long'ycars, given up to die by all the
Doctors, had been speedily cured "by
some Patent Medicine. It was related
with the more implicit confidence from
the circumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of LlanryBtyd was familiar with
the facts, and could vouch for the truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories grow in travelling, I took
the, liberty while at the village, of Llan
rystyd to'call upon the Vicar, the, Kev.
T. Evans, and tn enquire about this
wonderful cure. Thought total stran
ger to him, both he and! his wifo most
graciously entert.iinul me in a half
hoursconversatioh, principally touching'
the case of Mr. Pugh, in which they
seemed to take a deep ami sympathetic
interest, having been fumiliar with his
sufierings, and now rejoiced in. what
seemed ,to them a most remarkable cure.
He' strongly vouched Mr. Win. PUgh's
character as a respectable f aimer and
worthy of credit. I left the venerable
Vicar with a;livelier sense of the happy
relation of a pastor and people,, feeling
that he was no who truly sympathised
with all who areafflictcd in mind, body.'
On my return to Aberystwlth, I was
impressed with a desire to see Mr. Puirh,
whose reputation stood so high. His
farm is called Paneom-Mawr, signifying
"above the dingle," situated near, the
summit of a smooth round hill, over
looking a oeautitui valley in which is
situated the lovely ivymantled Church
of Lliuiddeinol. I found Mr. Pugh,
apparently about 40year3 old, of medium
height, rather slight, with u pleasant and
intelligent face. I told him I, had heard
of his great affliction and of liis remark
able and almost miraculous relief, and
that I had comb to learn from his own
lips, what there was of truth in the re
ports. Mr. Pugh remarked that his neigh
bors had taken a kindly and symp
athetic interest in his case for many
years, but of late their interest had been
greatly awakened by a happy change, in
his condition.' What you report as hav
ing heard abroad, said he, is substant
ially true, with one exception. I never
unedrstood that my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have been treated by several Doctors
hereabouts, as good as any in Wales, but
unfortunately no prescription of thcire
ever brought tho desired relief.
Fifteen years, ago, he said. I first be
came conscious of a sour and deranged
stomach aud loss of appetite, which the
Doctors told mo was' Dyspepsia. What
food I could hold in my stomach seem,
cd to do me no good and was often
thrown up with painful retchings. This
was followed after a time with a hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of the throat
which the Doctors called bronchitis,
and I was treated for that, but with
little success. Tlien came shortness of
breath and, a senso of suffocation, espe
cially nights, with clammy sweat, and I
would have to get out of bed aud some
times opcira door or window In winter
weather to fill my lungs with the cold
The Vicar remarked that he presumed
-his name had been connected with the
report from his having mentioned the
case to Mr, John Thomas, a chemist of
Llunon. Ho said Mr. Puirh was former.
ly a resident of their parish, but was now
living in the parish of Llanddeinbl.
This medicine they dmimsterei' (o
me according to the directions, when to
their surprise and delight no less than
my own, the spasm ceased. I became at
case, and my stomach was calmed. My
bowels woie moved as by a gentle
cathartic, aiid I felt a sense of quiet
comfort all through uch ns I had not
before realized in many years. I could
walk around the house and breatho
comfortably in a few hours after I had
taken the medicine. have continued
to take tho medicine daily 'now for
something over two months, and I can
lie down and sleep sweetly at nights
and have not since had a recunence of
those terrible spasms and sweatings. I
have been so long broken down and re
duced in my whole system that I have
not tried to perform any very hard out
door labor, deeming it best to lie pru
dent lest by over-exertion I may do my.
self injufy before my strength is fully
restored. I feel that my stomach and
bowels have been and are being thor
oughly renovated and renewed uy the
medicine. In fact I feel like a now
Early in this last spring I had a still
more severo spasmodic attack, and my
family and neighbors became alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not U
vivc, when a neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or had heard of tho medi
cine, sent to Aberystwlth bythu driver
of the Omnibus Post, boiiic soven miles
distant, nnd fetched a bottlo of Mother
Seigel's Outatlvo Syrup.
I have been much congratulated by
my neighbors, especially by tho good
Vicar of Llanryblyd, who with hla yra
pathotic wlfo havo come three miles to
shtd tears. of ioy on my recovery.
I bado Mr. Fugh good-bye, happy that
even one nt least among thousands had
found a remedy for an aggravating dis
ease. Doliivhig this remarkable case of
Dyspeptic Asthma should bo known to
the public, I beg to submit tho abovo
facts as tuey are related to mc.
2i)l) It wly P. T. W.
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Star Mill, iiH 500
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Ice Company. 87 100
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Tourists will have two nights and one
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at present in use in the Districts of Ewn,
Walanae, Walalua and Koolaupoko will
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O LTJSO HAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to coramuni
cate witlt tho Poitugueso, cither
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find it
the most profitable way to advertise In
the Ltno IlaviaiiauQy the new organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which is pub.
llshed on Merchant street, Gazette Build,
lug, (PqsUOffice Letter Box E,), and
only charges reasonable rates for advertisements.
THE ABOVE REQUEST 18 HEAItD
dally in cigar btires, uiloona and
other places where cigars are bold, for
it is nu undisputed fact that moslsinokers
prefer a mild cigar und that thoso who
have lor a long time smoked strong
cigars, principally imported Manilas,
will, aftur having tlioiotighly injured
tins stomach and impaired the nirvoua
system, surely want a mild cigar, if they
could find tbe right kind.
Uow many thousands of smokers who
suffer from loss of uppetltc, headache,
nervous irritability, asthma, etc., and
who have tried all possible remedies
Without success, might bo cured if they
knew that their suUeilngs were caused
by (he intemperate Use or BMong cigars,
and Ihut they should only smoke mild
and piopcrly prepared ones'.
It is a fact that all mild citmis agree
well wltli tmokers, fur in most cases
theie U a lack of care in tho selection of
the tobacco, and often (he necessary ex.
pcrience for it is wanting, yet there is
one brand which suits tliomosl fastidious
smoker, and that is
"Sailer" Mitt Cisar
Which is made from mild, aromatic ond
particularly selected and prepared to
bacco, aim tomblnes all the qualities
which may be expected from a health
jiieai. xi uuusus no uau enect ol any
kind, is agreeable to tho taste, burns
evenly to the end and possesses n flno
aroma. No smoker Bhould fall to give
Eiujelbrecht's "Sampler" Cigar
A fairlrial,,and benefit himself at tho
For sale Everywhere.
JUST OPENED !
rpHE FIRST CONSIGNMENT OF
X Pacific Coast Diaries for 1887.
Cap Diaries, Office Diaries,
Quarto Diariet, Ladies Pocket Diaries,
Gents Pocket Diaiies, with Valuable
Call early, as they are selling very fast.
J. II. SOPER,
91 Merchant Bt.
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
SOOTS & SHOES
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, t?4 King Street, will be promptly
attended to. 691y
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, in quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newoastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split
Barley, C om,
Orders are hereby solicited and will
be delivered at any locality within th
TSo. 8 ICINGS STREET.
Both Telephones 187. 64
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel &. Alnkcn 8reen.
Open every Day and Evening-.
The Library consists nt the present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Readiiifr Room is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor Is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
month, payable quarterly In advance.
No formality required In joining except
signing tho roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from the other islands me wel
come to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except the dues of
members, it is expected that residents
of Honolulu who ileslio to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
an interest in maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
ami uecomo regular contributors.
S. B. DOLE. President,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
JI. A. PABSIELEE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. HODGER8, M.D.,
Chairman Hull and Library Commltttf,
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