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Noble Hitchcock midi suspon
slon of tho rules rcpoi ad from n
Special Comniittcc to win m was re
ferred bill 103 for rcvi ion of the
title, recommending Hint i ho title bo
An Act to amend Sculi on 12 of
Clinpter 1 1 of Suasion l.tiv.3 of ISo'J.
Tho report was accepted and laid
on the lablo to bo considered with
lie also reported from the mino
rity of the Judiciary Committee on
the law to abolish the pnsporl sys
tem, recommending that tlic Govern
ment abolish the vile system and
that the bill do pass.
Tho report was accepted and laid
on tho table to bo considered with
Hep. C. Hrown reported from Hie
Judiciary Committee to whom was
referred the bill relating to bail, re
commending that the bill pass.
Passed to engrossment to be read a
third time on Thursday next.
From the same committee on the
bill to prevent commercial paper be
ing a circulating medium, recom
mending the passage of the bill with
such amendments as the committee
offer. The report was received and
laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Noble Hitchcock asked to resign
from the Judiciary Committee.
Noble "YVidemaim resigned from
the Finance Committee.
okii:k ok tiii: iay.
Third reading of tho bill to regu
late the commission of private ways
and water rights. Passed.
Recess until 1 p. in.
Late Form lis.
Prince Bismarch has stated that
tho Emperor William desires to
maintain a peace compatible with
the honor, dignity, and interests of
Bistnarch has expressed the opin
ion that the only came for Eng
land's anxiety is the excitability of
It is expected that the result of
the meeting between Emperor Will
iam and Emperor Francis Joseph,
will be an agreement that Austrian
authority shall be paramount in
Servia, and Russian in Bulgaria.
Secretary Bayard demands com
pensation from England for the de
tention of the American scaling ship
Bridgewater at Nova Scctia.
Specifications have been issued
and tenders invited f'.r tho con
struction of the Australasian Squa
dron. A large vote has been placed on
the Prussian estimate in aid of
Professor Ncumaycr's r.ntarclic ex
pedition. In the British House of Commons
a motion to omit the clause in the
Local Government Bill, providing
for the closing of hotels on Sunday
was carried by a majority of G2.
The full strength of the Opposition
voted against the motion.
Hostilities in Zululand have been
caused by the Chiefs Diniiulu and
Undabako committing wanton rob
berj' and acts of violence in British
territory, which England has taken
steps to punish. It is believed by
the British Government that the
dilliculty will soon be settled.
Rates of postage on parcels from
Great Britain to her colonies have
been reduced 22 per cent.
The Duke of Marlborough has
married Mrs. Ilamrnersley, of New
The surplus of $350,000 of the
Women's Victoria Jubilee offering
has been applied to the Queen's
fund for nursing the London poor.
In a sculling race at Sydney,
Australia, on tho Uth July, Searle
made the fastest time on record in
At the opening of the Pan-Anglican
conference there were 150 Bish
ops present. The proceedings were
(By the Forest Queen.)
The Forest Queen arrived this
afternoon from San Farncisco,
bringing three days' later news. We
glean tho following items:
The new Chinese restriction Act
in Australia limits the number of
arrivals to one for every 200 tons
burden of the vessel that brings
them. The poll-tax is $500.
Emperor William was received
with great state at Cronstadt.
Tho Irish marksmen won the
Elcho Shield at Wimbledon by a
score of 1G72 points,
The Emperor of Austria in a let
ter to Marshal Khun says: "The
necessity for the army being in per
fect readiness for the Held renders
it imperative to appoint another to
Bo'ulanger is making rapid pro
gress towards recoory. Tho
friends who have made speeches in
behalf of the General have been re
ceived with great hostility.
Storms with heavy ruins have me-
. vailed on tho continent of Europe.
Asiatic cholera is epidemic m
ll is feared that General Slier
man's strength is failing.
Tho Burlington strikers are likely
to renew the general boycott if their
trouble are not speedily adjusted.
Edison's phonograph rights havo
been bold to J. II. Lippiucott, of
Now York, for SI, 000,000.
Randall's health is improving.
Small pox has been making havoc
A volcanic eruption in Japan has
caused the Joss of -J00 lives.
Dynamiters havo been arrested at
Chicago, and great destruction
thereby prevented. MF ??5?lJ
Jienl building" wcro to have been
simultaneously blown up, and a
reign of terror innugtirnlcd.-Aug. 2.
Chicago, July 17 The city is in
the throe of a terrible sensation to
day. It affects all classes, and is
the one general topic of discussion.
A gigantic murderous plot on the
pnitof Chicago Anarchists to blow
up the great Board of Trade build
ing and several other of our laigesl
and most imposing structures, and
murder Judge Grinned, Judge Gar
rick, Inspector Bonllcld and othct
prominent persons engaged in Hie
prosecution during the celebrated
trial of the Anarchists, was blasted
to-dny by Inspector Bonfiold, Chief
Hubbard. Lieutenant Elliott and
Daggett, Cal., July 171:30 p.
m. The town of Calico is burning.
The business portion is gone and a
heavy wind is carrying tho tlames to
dwellings. This is the second fire
within a year.
Chicago, July 18. The names of
the Anarchists arrested yesterday
are John Kroncck, Frank Chapelt
and Frank Chcbowa, all Bohemians.
The iirst-named is a cabinet-maker
by trade, who lives on Farrcl street.
Chehowa is a tailor, and is the in
former who told the story of the
plot to a Bohemian, who in turn de
tailed it to Inspector Bonllcld about
ten days ago. It seems that since
execution of the Anarchists a move
ment was started among their fol
lowers to do business at the old
stands. It was concluded that each
group as reorganized was to have no
more than three members, with each
of the three members well acquaint
ed with the others who composed
the groups. When formed it was
thought that "squealing" in the
ranks would become a lost art.
The three men arrested to-day
constituted a group, and in the
hands of these men was left the
pleasant occupation of blowing up
residences until the act of last No
vember was considered fully wiped
out in blood. It was agreed that
GrinnelPs house should go up first
and Judge Gray's next. Inspector
Bonfield was the third man doomed
to die, but just how had not been
fully decided upon. Chebowa be
came frightened, however, and
Inspector Bonfield said last night
that it was a mistake to suppose that
the arrest implied a widespread or
ganization, or that public buildings
were to be blown up and a reign of
terror inaugurated. "There are less
than a dozen persons interested. It
is a soit of sporadic oulbicak, and
an illmaturcd plan by a few persons,
and far from contemplating a reign
of terror and bloodshed. It meant
merely mischief to three people,
Judge Gray, Judge Grinnell and
In a communication addressed to
the Chamber on the Samoan ques
tion. Congressman Morrow says: "I
consider it a matter of great impor
tance that we should endeavor to
secure an independent native Gov
ernment for Samoa, and I think if
we urge the proposition with some
degree of earnestness we may be
successful." The Chamber indors
ed the following resolution : That
Ihe present condition of affairs at
Samoa requires that this Govern
ment should aid the people of those
islands in securing by diplomatic
agreement, an independent native
Government, free from the claim of
territorial jurisdiction of any Euro
pean power, and to the end that this
purpose may be speedily and effec
tively accomplished, the President
of the United States is hereby re
quested to continue to interpose the
good nlllces of this Government in
the effort to adjust and settle the
present dillicultics at Samoa upon a
satisfactory and solid foundation,
and for the restoration of peace and
good order under the establishment
of a rcsponible native, independent
Buffalo, July 18. The bny marc
Belle Ilamblin, trotted a trial half
mile heat yesterday afternoon at the
Buffalo driving park in 1:02A a
2 :05 gait. This is tho fastest half
mile by any trotting horse, includ
ing Maud S.
Nashville, July 18. The Repub
lican Gubernatorial Convention met
to-day. The platform is a simple
indorsement of the national plat
form, with an emphatic declaration
in favor of the Blair bill, and against
the leasing of convicts. Samuel W.
Hawkins was nominated for Gov
ernor. Bcnkleman (Neb.), July M.
Sunday night a toruado struck
Bcnkleman, doing great damage.
The line new United Presbyterian
Church and twenty small frame
buildings wcro blown down. A
cloud burnt accompanied the wind,
Hooding the business quarters.
Every ccilcr in the town is full of
water, and a largo amount of mer
chandise is destroyed. In some
sections the hail destroyed every
thing completely. Several horses
anil head of cattle were reported
killed or drownud, but no loss of
life has been reported. Tho heavy
rain saved all tho crops, which were
almost burned out by the dry
St Augustine, Fla., July 18. A
terrible waterspout struck thlf city
this afternoon, upsetting boats in the
harbor, wrecking several buildings
and creating general alarm, It was
first observed near North Beach,
and in thirty minutes it was on the
town. Thoso who saw it rushing
toward tho city say it was grandly
terrific. People in its path lied
wildly in a panic. A score of ladies
were thrown down and injured.
I After crossing the bay it lifted up
3layya T&mjiMbHr wiataY ammAiWi EOHoraetf; $. s Auausg? ?, loss.
the steamer Garden and carried her
over the seawall. After wrecking
several small buildings it passed off
to the southwest. No loss of life
Philadelphia, July ID. Final
preparations for the search for the
treasure of the Biitisli sloop-of-wnr
Brook, sunk near tho Dchvarc break
water in 1703 arc completed and tho
expedition will start to-morrow from
Camden on a large vessel with
ocean charts, maps and nautical in
struments. The hulk is believed to
contain 820,000,000 in Spanish
Ottawa, Jtily 10. No one has
suspected how near coming into col
lision the British and American
navies wcto up to a month ago.
Then the danger ended, and now
the Canadian Cabinet, in possession
of all the facts, breathes freely.
Olllcial intimations given out here
make it probable that the United
States has expressed a willingness
to agree to England's proposition,
made a year ago, for the appoint
ment of a mixed commission to ad
just the claims for damages made by
the owner of seized Canadian soalers
in Behring sea.
The Blair Naturalization hill pro
vides ; that foreigners shall live live
years in this country before becom
Belgrade, July 18. It is stated
that King Milan is preparing an
answer to Queen Natalie's statements
for submittal to the Powers, 'and
that in it lie will deny that he has
any intention of remarrying, and
will say that his main reason in seek
ing divorce is to remove his son from
the inlluence of Queen Natalie.
London, July 18. Queen Natalie
has arrived in Paris. After a quite
sojourn for a short time, she will go
to Florence. The French press
sympathize with the Queen.
Constantinople, July 18. The
Sultan has refused permission to
Ismail Pasha to go to Germany,
which country the latter requests
to visit on the plea of ill health.
Ismail finds himself almost a pri
soner, and Iiis old friends have the
greatest dilliculty in gaining access
Berlin, July 18. The Nord Han
sen Gazette has been confiscated.
Its editor will be prosecuted because
of the publishing in that journal of
replies to French articles with refer
ence to the Dowager Empress Vic
toria. Paris, July 18. The Chamber
has postponed until the next session,
the Government measure assuring
a deposit of rentes as a guarant3r
for the redemption of the Panama
Paris, July 18. The Senate has
passed the Sugar Bounties Bill.
London, July 18. The Earl of
Eane has been elected grand master
of Orangemen throughout the world.
Monday, July .10.
Tun Von. Archdeacon Davenport
of llobart, Tasmania, was a through
passenger on the Alameda.
Tin: macadamizing of Bethel
street, between King and Hotel
streets, commenced this morning.
Tun British ship Majestic, (re
ported as the Daniel Barnes) of Liver
pool, 1818 tons, built in 1875, passed
bv this port on tho evening of July'
Manuel Gomes Comancho, charged
with inanslaugher in the becond de
gree, waived examination in the
1'olicc Court this morning and stands
committed to the Supreme Court.
Tin: St. Andrew's Priory school
closed on Friday for the summer
vacation. Tho examinations were
held during the past week, and the
work of tho pupils reflect much cre
dit upon Eldrchs Phwbo.
Tin: funeral of the late Mrs. Sarah
Dii-kson took place Saturday after
noon, at A :30 o'clock, from tho family
residence, Berctauia street. Tho re
mains wore interred in Niiiuinu
Cemetry by tho bide those of her two
sons, Major Bates and Joshua Dick-
A Mr.MoniAi. servieo, in memory of
(ho kilo Rev. A. O. Foibes, was held
at Kauinnkiipili Church Sunday
evening. Tho church was well filled
and tho scrvico impressively rendered
by Itovs. J. Wiiinniaii, C. M. Hyde,
H. E. Bishop. E. S, Timoteo, II. II.
l'arkcr, J. Bicknoll and Hon. A. F.
TuCMlay, July 31.
A Chinaman was linrd .1"200 in tho
1'olico Com I this morning for selling
liquors without a license. Other
cases were lumandcd.
DimiNo tho month of AugiiHt there
will be no meeting of the St. An
drew's Church Association, owing to
so many members being absent.
OiiATiiruji and loficshiug ijliowors
fell during last night. Famishing
gardens and withering grass plots
wcro temporarily revived; but they
cty for more.
Mn. T. S. WoMbrooU, uyoung man
employed by Mr. Tinker, lost his
puiM) on King street or Waikiki
road, between the hours of 7 and 9
o'clock, this morning, containing
560 in American paper money.
Mr. West'orook will givo ifKO
to anybody loturning tho lost money
It is with unfeigned pleasure that
tho Buu.ctin joins with the "Adver
tiser" in Bineero acknowledgments
of tho land and unvarying
couilcsy of the eleiksof tho Supremo
Court-Mr .Foster, Mr. 11. Smith
(mil Mr. Iteist towuids tho press.
I hey aio alwayH ready ami willing
lo lender nRBislnnuu to any member
of (ho press who applies to them for
information in their department.
K.UU.Y last evening a Hush of' iho
lolleclcd through a window of iiiooju
at the Pantheon Stables. A man
named Murphy had a quantity of
powder, which ho was mixing with
some oilier substance lo make a
salve, when the combustible wont
off. Murphy's bauds wcro a little
burnt, otherwise lie was not hurt.
Tho sudden llarc of light startled
u few outsiders, who expected to
hear a cry of flic any moment, but
they wcio disappointed.
Wednesday, August 1.
IIoiihi: racing was indulged in at
Vr.nv dry weather at Waialua for
the past weeks; rain is greatly need
Mn. Z. Y. Squires was not expect
ed to live another hour when tho
steamer Kaala left Waialua yester
day. A. locomotivk, some railroad cars
and other material, by (he ship Ooc
kormonlh, will bo shipped to Waia
The steamer Kilauca llou took
two now boilers, weighing 8 tons res
pectively, for the Reciprocity Sugar
Co., this afternoon.
Mm Oliver Stillman gave a parly
at his residence, "School street, hist
evening, in colobration of his first
born's birthday anniversary.
If you want to see a pretty picture
beautified by the artistic touch of a
brush in the haild of Mr. A. W. Bol
ster, look in at William's gallery and
see a photograph of Mr. Schacfer's
Tun main rigging of the schooner
Ilalcakala was carried away by a
squall oil' Haliilau, last Friday. Cap
tain Kibling, master of tho schooner,
put into llilo, and having nuulo re
pairs sailed for Pepeekco on Monday
The barkentinc Planter, Captain
Pcnhallow, arrived here this after
noon, 17 days from San Francisco,
with live passengers and a full list of
freight. Hud light variable winds
the entire passage. On July 21st,
Lat. 32.30, Long. 120.22, passed brig
lantine W. G. Irwin.
Tin: mortgagee's sale of the prop
erty belonging to the bankrupt estate
of J. A. Beckwith, by Jus. F. Morgan
this noon, tho house and lot at
llilo were sold to Cora E. Hitchcock
ror.fl: Rcid's Island (o C. Brown,
for ijl; the skatiug rink to C.Brown,
for $5 ; and the fern machine to J.
G. Spencer for $135.
Thursday, August 2.
Mnssits. W. O. Peacock & Co. have
removed (o the Mclnerny block.
Mil. W. II. Gracnhalgh has been
confined to his bed for a few days
past by illness.
Olii old friend, Colonel Norris, is
back again, looking the better for
his trip. Thanks to the Colonel fol
IIiiiam Frcidenburg, who departed
by the S. G. Wilder several mouths
ago to "see America," came back by
tho Forest Queen to-day, whistling
"there's no place like home."
Tun bark Forest Queen, which ar
rived this afternoon, 13 days from
San Francisco, brought besides a
good quantity of miscellaneous goods
7 horses for II. 11. Williams, and 100
hogs for J. Burke.
At the annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Puuloa Sheep fc
Stock Ranch Co., the following offi
cers were elected :
G. W. Macfarlanc President
F. Spencer Vicc'-Prcsidont
R. Catton Secretary & Treasurer
E. C. Macfarlanc Auditor
A gentleman was heard to speak
this morning, upon the shamcfulncss
of the fact that the Sisters Bonaven
tuni and Charles, who have been
working for Mercy's woik for the
past five years, were compelled to
pay $1 each for passports lo get out
of the country by the Australia on
Tuesday, and' will have to pay $2
apiece to.get back.
Tin: Hawaiian Band played at the
Chinese Club House this noon in
honor of the 19th birthday anniver
sary of Quong Sui, Emperor of
China. Cabinet Ministers, Diplo
matic Representatives of Foreign
Powers and the leading merchants
of Honolulu called and paid their
respects to the Chinese Consul.
Friday, August 3.
A Chinese vagrant was sent on the
reef for 30 days this morning.
Gihndino and planting are being
carried on at the same time at
Mn. II. F. Bortelman holds a
power of attorney from Mr. C II.
Nawahi is mentioned as tho na
tives champion for tho vacancy of
Awa of Waialua, Oahu, has made
an assignment to Messrs. Hoffschla
cger & Co,, and Mr. Lai Ting.
Heavy showers of rain fell at an
early hour last night, producing
pools of water in somo of tho streets.
Chinatown was lighted with Obi
ncso lanterns last night, in comme
moration of tho Chinese Emporor's
Rout. Makahalupa, Deputy Shcr
rilf of Koolaupoko, has been suc
ceeded in that position by Police
"ScAU'Eiis," or persona who buy
tickets for cntcrtaium6uts on specu
lation, havo made their appearance
for tho coming minstrel show,
Five acres of rice land at Waikiki,
leased for" 15 years to Goo Kim and
mortgaged for 000, were sold at
auction by the Marshal's clerk this
noon to Mr. J, M. Monsarrat for $280
above tho mortgage, and intorst on
While Judge Dayton and dipt. Ala
paj were examining tho placo where
an opium raid was recently mode at
Kikihale, an aged and emaciated Chi
nese woman was found in one of tho
rooms, helplessly stupid from the ef
fects of opium. Tho Judge believed
that the woman's hours were num
bered, and left tho opium-smoker to
sleep out the o fleets of tho drug.
It is currently spoken of among
the Chinese, that Hop Yuen & Co.
wholesale provision merchants, uio
desirous of tolling out and leaving
tho country. Hop Yuen it Co.
came hero shortly after tho confla
gration of 188(5 with $50,000 and
started in business, Thoy are Baid
to have become discouraged with tho
dullncBs of tho times, coupled with
I'u'iunn. jjuMiwKiiHjumMit.ii.rtwXiffimiiiMiiniTTpfiinmidy.i ,. .
tho mandate to keep their books in
English, which will occasion great
Monday, Aug. 6.
Am. of the plantations in llilo dis
trict, expect Pepeekco, havo finished
grinding for tho season.
Tin: topic of conversation among
llilo people is the proposed road
from that placo lo tho Volcano.
"I thouciht Hawaiians good chorus
singers," said Jack Ailau, after the
minstrel performance Saturday, "but
1 don't think so now."
Two Chinamen, who wcro landed
hero on writs of habeas corpus, wcro
remanded to the custody of tho Mar
shal this morning, to bo placed on
board the S. S. Australia on her re
turn to this port.
Nine persons, Mr. S. Damon and
family and Mrs. C. E. Bond, Miss E.
C. Bond and Mrs. Austrum havo re
mained at the Volcano house and in
tend staying a week or two. The
others of tho Volcano party, 10 in
number, returned by the Kinau yes
teiday, thoroughly pleased with what
they had seen.
A ritETTY piece of impudence was
exhitcd tho other day when a man
and his wife borrowed, (through a
third party), a key of a vacant cot
tage and moved into it without the
permission of the landlord. Tho pair
had been living in the cottage for a
few days before tho owner was aware
of it. But when ho did hoar of the
little game, he became unfuriatcd
and used tho Eviction Act with a ven
geance. Tin: match game between thoVan
dalia team and a team from the
Omaha on Saturday lost resulted in
a victory for tho Vandalia. There
was good playing on both sides
and it was evident that each team
was working hard for the victory.
Tho Vandalia however played the
stronger game, and were declared the
victors by a score of 5 to the
Stmr iMikahula from Kauai
Stmr Jas jrakee from Kapaa
Stmr Waialeale from Kauai
Schr Kaukcaoiili from Kohala
Schr Ko An llou from Puna
S S Pole from Hamakua
Ship II r Ilcrscy, 43 days from NeW'
cstle, N S W.
Schr Kawailiuii from Koolau
Schr Sarah and Eliza from Koolau
Schr Lcahi from Hawaii
Stmr Kaala from Waialua and Wat
Schr Carterina from "Waimanalo
Stmr Lelnia from Hamakua
s?chr Moi YVahine from Hawaii
Stmr C It Bishop from Koolau
Uktiic Planter from San Francisco
Stmr "J A Cummins from Koolau
Bk Forest Queen from San Francisco
Schr Ilalcakala from Pepeekco
Bgtnc W G Irwin from San Francisco
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii aud Maui
Schr Lavinia from Ewa
fctmi" Jas Makcc from Kapaa
Stmr Kaul.i from Waianac and Waialua
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr Likclike from Kahului
Stmr Waialeale from Kauai
S S Zealandia from Sau Francisco en
route for the Colonies
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Schr Rob Koy from Ewa
Schr Luka from Kohala
Stmr Kinau for the Volcano and way
ports at 4 p m
Stmr .T A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, and Waialua
StmrMikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Likellku for Kahului and Maul at
i" p in
Stmr Waialeale for Kauai at 5 p m
S S Australia for San Francisco
Schr Phoebe Chapman for Tahiti
Bk Omeo for Puget Sound
Stmr Kilauea llou for Hamakua
Stmr If aala for Waialua and Waianae at
Stmr Pclc for Lahaina and Hamakua at
3 p m
Stmr Lchua for Hamakua
Stmr O U Bishop for Waianae, Waialua
ami Koolau at 0 a in
Schr Moi Wahino for Koholalele
Bk O D Bryant for San Francisco at 2
S S Zealandia for the Colonies at 3 p in
S.tmr Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Likelike for Kahului and way ports
at 5 p ui
l'rom Kauai, per stmr Mikaha, July
20 Hon G II Dole, J N S Williams,
Mrs V Knudseu aud two daughters, O
Gay, Miss E Gay,.0 M White and wife,
Misses Scholz (2), Mrs A Cropp, Miss
Billon, F Harris and wife, F Conradt
anij son, Rev Fathers Libert and Em
meran, J R Williams, wife and child,
Mrs M S Rice, It Fountain, J Rich, and
47 deck passengers.
Prom Kauai, per steamer Waialeale,
Suly 20-MIss Jlnttlo Titcomb, A L
Anerback, and 4 deck.
For Tahiti, per schooner Phebe Chap
man, July 31 S Sanger, W II Weber
and A J Uiidney.
For Maul anil Hawaii, per steamer
Kinau, July 30-For Volcano: SE Da
mon, Mrs Ostroin, Mlt-s L Campbidl,
Mrs Bond, Miss Bond, Dr J Mott Smith
and wife, Mr Hudson, S Sachs, Lieut
.uiuruucK, uv iuciiiB, uY u raves ami wile,
M T Colhun, Miss Colhim, S M Damon
and -wife, Miss May Damon, 11 Damon,
Miss Paualii Judd and Miss Helen Judd.
For llilo and way ports: O Pilauala,
Miss Bertha Smithies, Mii-s Holstoln,
Miss Helen Saffery, F Northrup, P Jar
rat aud two children. J Marsucn, Mrs
J W Kalua, Miss A Kalua, A Alliens,
Miss Barnard, II II Webb, wife aud two
children, Miss M Babcock, Miss Lyman,
F H Lyman and wife, W L Rose, Mrs
Kaupp and child.
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
July 31st Win Savhigo, Mrs Henry
llerger and 4 children, Miss L Brick
wood, Mrs Dudolt, iMlss Cornoy, Geo E
Boardmuu aud wife, A W Plcrco and
wife, Misses Eggers (3). Miss M Brown,
A Brown. O V Uronhi, J T Ilodsdon, J
A Scott, Mrs Cant Brown, Mrs E E
Fayerweatbcr aud S children, Miss B
Parke, Mrs KBIploy, Mrs E S Cuulw
and child, Mrs J I Doweclt and diugh
tcr, Mrs Waterbury, Misses A and E
Dowsett, Win Foster and wife, Mrs M
L Hall, S Stapcns, Sister Boiiiivcnturn,
Sister Charles, Mrs Knudseu and 2
daughters, Mrs .1 Brown, .1 V Blown, J
H Hopkins, Mrs .1 T Watcrhouse, A
Peterson, wife aud 2 children, Horace
Hall, Miss Benvln, Miss Mooar, II J
Aguew, wlfo and child, Miss btuurl. B
L Marshall, Miss M. Cummins, R P
Cornwell, Hon C Bcrtclmann, J Emer
son, Mr and Mrs Tlkrer. Steerage: O.
B Cottrcll, P Louis, wlfo and 2 children,
J Bicker, II Wlckman, wife aud 3 chll
ren, Mrs M Forbes and child, E Con
radt and wife, E T Hlgln, wlfo and
child, Mrs O'RIelly and 8 children, II
Edwards, A Morraff, H l.ampsou, H
Uat-ria, wife and dnuilitcr, Miss A 1111
lcr,Jas Walters, 51 Ball, ( 1 connrds, G
S Harris, King Dade, 1 Jup, lo Chlucso,
and 45 Portuguese.
For Kauai, per steamer Waialeale,
July 31 .1 Kakina and two sons, Tlios
Llndscy, Miss Llndsey, Miss Brims, Mrs
Olchpant, Mrs C Bcrtclmann. Miss Bcr
tclmann and brother, Miss Johnson, and
For Maul, per steamer Likclike, July
31 Miss May Dillingham, Master Dil
lingham, MissE A tooke, A Smithies,
Miss Grace Kahoalli, Miss Fannie Muht.
lani, Hon II P Baldwin, II Laws, F
Bissley, Miss It Knos. Miss II Fcrrclra,
J Fcrrclra aud wife, E Parr, and about
For Kauai, 'per steamer Mikahala,
July 31 Rev BK Mian and wife, Miss
Maugle Nape, Rev J li Hanaike and
bride, Miss Mario Von Holt, Miss Julia
Tanur, Miss Standard, G Rutherford, B
Peterson, O Gay, E Boyd, Misses Cooke
(2), J Crowder. Miss L Fountain, Mrs
M G i orrca, R Fountain. Miss M Pali
uli, Miss Louisa Kala, and about 00
From Waialua and Waianae, per
steamer Kaala, .inly 31 Mr Mitchell,
Chas Carter, Walter Hardy, Judge Kama
aud Hieriff Kalakou.
From Hamakua, per steamer Ltluui,
Aug 1 Mr and Mrs Andrews and D
deck. From Sau Francisco, per barkentinc,
Planter, Aug 1 Airs G W Ashley, Miss
Torbtrt, W HTobld, II R Weeks and C
From San Francisco, bark Forest
Queen, Aug 2 Mr and Mrs MeGuirc, J
Burke, Col Sam Norris, Mr Freidcn
burg and others.
From Kapaa, per steamer Jas Makcc,
Mr Hewitt and 15 deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
W G .Hall, Aug 3 Mr llillebrand, II
Bostock, T B Cartwright, Mrs llille
brand, E J Hopkins, Hnclair, Rev
Father Celestine, E Smith, E C MeGce
noy, KiaXahaololua, Mlhs M L Haley,
B Hughes, Hon. I 1 Tans, llou J Kau
hane, Miss M K Kaiihauc, Mrs T K
Ainahi, A Akana, C'apt J P Ka'halewai
aud wife, andJIH deck.
From San Francisco, per S S Cca
landia, Aug, 4 Miss I, A Baker, J 8
Bartholomew and wife, Miss M G Beck
with, Miss Nellie Brvan, Consul James
Dunn, Miss Etta E Herrmann, .Miss M
E llillebrand, J M Horner, wife and in
fant, C Lclmianii, wife and daughter, (
H Muirueau, airs h J Levey and three
children, Mrs Geo II ilea, Mrs R C
Spalding and child.
From Maui and way ports, per tmr
Likelike, Aug 4 Rev T Lanter. R"v T
L Gulick, Miss Carpenter, Mrs C M
Hyde, Emma Brash, Hon m P Baldwin,
E Hutchinson, Chas K Hyde, Mrs M
Kaynold, W II Cornwell, Mamie Wid
dilield, Fathers Young,- llnvler. James,
Bro Mathias, C A Gel tte. Mrs oolt,
Mrs H Giles, Fathers Floyat, Victor,
Win J Sheldon and wife, Awana, Ahoi,
Bros Charles, Rush, WI1 Harrison, Hon
W II Daniels and others.
From the Volcano mid windwrd
ports per stmr Kinau, Aug 5 -Volcano:
Dr MottSmith and wife, O E Hudson,
S Sachs,Dr Means, Lieut Murdoek, U
Graves, v iss II Grave, .Miss Collom,
WTCollom, August Mireus, Mis II
Wilder, Miss Paualii Judd, Miss maral
and Geo Butler. Other ports: Jas Otis,
Chung Lung, F Pahla, Miss M Ladd,
Dr Tlwui, Master Otis Rose, II P
Wood, TR Keywoith, Father Oliver,
Father Paul, Ah Lau, Mis Albro, JB
Jones, R P Hose and sou and 8(1 deck
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Auc;
C J N Wright, Thos Llnd.-av, A Cropp,
W D Schmidt, Miss Geog na" Williams,
Miss Emma Aiwohi and 54 deck.
For the Colonies, per steamship Zeal
andio, Aug 4 T A Lewis, H 11 Willi
ams, II Bobstoek, E J liopkinx. T B
Cartwright, E G Fleimnlng. L II Lip
man, C E Swcitijig, l!l steerage passen
gers and 91 in transit.
Cargoes froiu Island Ports.
The Hawaiian schooner Phebe Chap
man sailed this afternoon for Tahiti,
taking ballast, stores, provisions and 2
The S ri Australia took for San Fran
cisco this noon 12,503 bags sugar, 2,134
bags rice, 3,(i.')Q bunches of bananas,
693 lulls goat skins, 3 bdls sheep skins,
24 bbls tallow, 318 bdls sugar cane,
45 boxes fruit and 5 bags coffee, Value
Stmr Lchua 2,417 bags sugar.
Stmr Pole 2,400 bags sugar.
Schr Moi Wahlne 2,050 bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 500 bags sugar.
Stmr Makce 1,440 bags sugar and 2
Stmr Likelike 121 bags sugar.
Stmr Mokolii 200 sugar aud 10 head of
Stmr W G Hall-2,970 bags sugar, 7
bags coffee, 142 hags awa, C5 tildes,
75 goat skins, 25 head of cattle, 143
bags bones and 1 horse.
Mikahala 1028 bags sugar, 23 head of
cattle. 10 hides and 1 horse.
Kinau 1C25 bags sugar, 195 sheep, 12
hales wool, 1 horse, 180 hides, 175
bags potatoes,. 30 bags corn, and
175 packages sundries.
Tho brig Lurllno sailed from llilo,
Sunday, for San Francisco.
The ship S F Ilcrscy, dipt McDonald,
which arrived yesterday afternoon, 43
days from Newcastle, N S W, brought
1,308 tons of coal for Messrs W G Irwin
The barkentino Mary Winkelman took
for San Francisco yesterday, 12,585 bugs
sugar valued at 70,040.02.
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W. C. Peacock & Co.
Have removed lo the
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WHY HE DID NOT GO TO THE HOSPI
TAL. in: could txav Trtitouou tiii: ahi.
My object in writing is two-fold :
to express my gratitude for a great
benefit, and to tell n short story
winch cannot fail to interest tho
feelings of many others, it is all
about myself, but I have remarked
that when a man tells the honest
truth about himself ho is all the
more likely to be of usu to his fol-low-creattircs.
To begin, then, you
must know I had long been more or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
a complaint that you are aware is "
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain in certain seasons of
the year. Some months ago I had
a very severe turn of it, worse, I
think, than I ever had before. It
was probably brought on by my
catching cold, as we aro all apt to
do when wo least expect it. Weeks
passed by, and my trouble proved
to be very obstinate. It would not
yield to medicine, and as I also be
gan to have violent, racking pains in
my limbs and bach, I became great
ly alarmed. I could neither cat nor
sleep. If I had been a feeble, sick
ly man, I should have thought less
strangely of it; but as, on the con
trary, 1 was hearty and robust, I
feared some new and terrible thing
had got hold of me, whiuh might
make my strength of no avail against
it. I say, that was the way I
Presently I could not even lie
down for the pain all over my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and he frankly,
,lI am sorry to have to tell you that
you are getting worse 1" This so
frightened my friends, as well as
uvyself, that they said "Thomas,
you must io to the Hospital; it
may da your only chance for life!"
But I didn't want to go to the
hospital. Who does, when he
thinks he can possibly get along
without doing it? I am a labouring
man, with a large family depending
on me for support, .and I might al
most as well be in my grave as to
be laid on my back in a hospital
unable to lift a hand for months,
or God only knows how long. Right
at this point I had a thought flash
across my mind like a streak of sun
shine in a cloudy day. I had heard
and read a good deal about Mother
Stigel's Curative Syrup, and I re
solved, before consenting to be
taken to the hospital, I would try
that wellknown remedy. On this I
gave up the doctor's medicine and
began taking the Syrup. Mark the
wonderful result! I had taken but
three doles' within twenty-four hours
when 1 was seized with a fit of
coughing, and threw up the phlegm
and mucus off my chest by the
mouthful. The Sj'rup has loosened
and broken it up. Continuing with
the Syrup, the racking pain, which
I believe came from the bitter and
poison humors in my blood and
joints, soon left me entirely, and I
felt like going to sleep, and I did
sleep sound and quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural appetite, and
as I ate I soon got strong and well.
I felt I could leap ttrouyh the
air with delitht!
In a week I was able to go to my
work again. It doesn't seem possi
ble, yet it is true, and the neigh
bours know it. There are plenty
of witnesses to prove it. Aud,
therefore, when I say I preach the
good news of the great power of
Seigel's Syrup to cure pain and di
sease far and wide,, nobody will
wonder at mo.
75, Military-road, Canterbrry,
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and medi
cine vendors; and by the Proprie
tors, .A. J. White, Limited, 35, Far-ringdou-road,
London' E. C, Eng.
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele.: Bell 100, Mutual 245.
Dopol, 28 Merchant Street,
Tele: Bell 172, Mutual 360.
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