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Death of the Von.orn.blo Patriarch at
His Homo in Kona.
Hov. John D. Paris died nl his nsi
donro in Knnwnlon, Konn, ITsiwnii,
nbotit S:i!0 p.m. Thursday, July 28th.
Tho lttuurat porviwH, tho no.t day,
woro I'ondiii'ti'd by two pastors ot
tho nuigliboriiij,' Hawaiian churches.
Koroignors as woll as natives eanie
from Tar hud near throughout tho
district to pay the last tribute of
atrection and esteem. His body was
borne to the grave by Tour of the
Hawaiian deacons. The Hawaiian
people have lost a true friend, a pru
dent counsellor, a loving helper.
Horn in Staunton, Augusta county,
Virginia, ho made a public profession
of religion in the Hebrew Church
when ho was twenty years old. "With
tho purpose of devoting Ids life to
foreign missionary work, he began a
course of classical and professional
studies, lie spent two years in South
Hanover College, Indiana, and three
years in tho Theological Seminary at
Bangor, Maine. Graduating in 183'.),
he received an appointment from the
A. 13. C. P.M. to the Indians in Oregon.
Ho was married by Rev. Dr. Cheever
in the Church of the Puritans, Octo
ber 25, 1810, to Miss Mary Grant, of
Now York City.
Nov. 11, 1SI0, they embarked at
Boston on the ship Gloucester, with
How Mossr.-.. Dole and Bond, and .Mr.
W. H. Kice, father of the pro-out
Governor of Kauai. On arrival at
Honolulu, tho pressing needs of the
work at tho Islands made necessary
a change in his Held of service. He
was appointed by the Sandwich Isl
ands, to Kan, and was stationed at
Waiohinu. Here, amid dilliculties
few now can realize or appreciate, he
labored with persistent fidelity and
success until his wife's, illness and
death broke up for the time his
labors in the mission field.
Mrs. Paris was a lady of more than
ordinary loveliness, intelligence and
consorcration. Hov. Titus Conn, of
llilo, at whoso houo she died Feb.
IS, IS 17, speaks of her death, a vic
tim of consumption, a- marked by
a triumphant and rejoicing faith. To
her who had borne so bravely and
oheerfulhy tho hardships of pioneer
missionary life, there was no "dark
valley," no "chilling Hood"' in the
hour of death.
In 1850 Mr. Paris took his two
motherless girls to tho States, where
tho3- still have their home. Marry
ing theie Sept. 8, 1851. Mi-s Mary
Carpenter of Now York City, they
embarked at Boston, Nov. 18, 1851.
On arrival at thu Inlands they woro
assigned to Kona, and made their
home at Kaawaloa, near Koalakokua
Bay, where a son and daughter still
livo with their widowed mother.
In 1S70 ho came to Honolulu to take
charge of the theological school,
which in 1S77 was re-organized un
der tho name of North Pacific Mis
sionary Institute. In 1S7L ho 10
turnod to Kona, and there continued
to perform such missionaiy labor as
increasing years and infirmities made
possible. A sudden cold, ending in
pneumonia, was the immediate oc
casion of his death.
Couiteous and dignified in man
ner, "a gentleman of tho old school,"
Mr. Paris impressed all who camo in
contact with him, as a man devoted
to tho sorvico of his Divine Hedeem
or, and personally interested in every
undertaking that would contribute
to tho salvation of his follow-men.
In his later years, precluded by
bodily weakness from active out
door labors, he not only kopt him
self well informed of the progress of
Christ's Kingdom in the world at
largo, but did all ho could by advice
and exhortation to help neighbors
and associates to a higher standard
and fuller measure of usefulness.
To him has come suddenly, but not
unexpectedly, this summons of the
Master, to the higher life and fuller
joys of tho redeemed in heaven
This Hag seems to hold for them all
tho power of the government, and
thoy venerate it greatly. One man
stands near the side of the tepee
and pounds monotonously on a
drum made by drawing a rawhide
oor a hollow log, while others go
round the polo droning a peculiar
Tho Poor Man's Club.
hi church and temperance circles
a good deal of unnecessary surprise
is expressed over the perennial popu
larity of the saloon its prominence
and influence in the land. It should
seem that a little thought and even
less observation would siillleo to ex
plain the enigma. A tecent writer
in one of the magazines discloses the
secret "The saloon is the poor
man's club, and nourishes most
vigorously in the poorest sections of
tho city, Instead of denouncing the
saloon on account of the numerous
evils it inllicls on the poor, some
thing better must bo supplied to
take its place.
"Tho multitudes who patronize
the saloon are not absolute fools.
Many seek simply to satisfy the crav
ing after fellowship which our
Oieator has implanted in human na
ture. Tho saloon is a well lighted,
conveniently located social club, pro
vided with a pleasant reading room
and an obliging proprietor. Wise
people are beginning to "-ee that a
substitute must lie supplied to lak
fie place of the saloon, which shall
retain all the good features and sim
ply discard the evil elements." St.
Louis Itrpiiblic. I
m m 4m j
A coi respondent suggests that one
of the best methods of getting rid of
mosquitoes is to slock the ponds and
lakes with fish carp is especially
named as being one of the iish to
feed on the larva of the mosquito.
So far as this goes, it is undoubtedly
a valuable hint; but, as tho ogg of '
the mosquito comes to maturity in a .
very short time, any small hole, even I
a cow track, in which water may lie
for a week, is sulliciont to bring forth
the insect to perfection, so that after
we get them lrom tho lakes and
ponds, there is generally enough loft
from swampy places in marshes to
stock tho country nevertheless.
Dragon Hies food on mosquitoes,
and do no harm in any way. Mr-
hun'n Monthly for July.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia, while in the
northern part of thai state during
a recent blizzard, says tho Saturday
Hoviow. Mr. Blaize had occasion to
drive several miles during tho storm,
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize
sent to tho nearest drug storo and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which ho had often hoaid,
and took a number of largo doos.
He says the elfect was wonderful,
and that in a short time ho was
breathing quite easily. Ho kopt on
taking the medicine, and the next
day was able to go to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize logards his euro as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
St. XjOtjlIs, IsLo.
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops I
iff-No Corn or Corn Pioparatinns ic-oil in place of Mult, na i done liy otlier East
itii Drew eric, in urilcr to elieapi-ii the oot of their Iteer, and lo compete with our
orld-iononcd and iu-tlj fumed article.
IS SHOWING A
IMPORTER AND DEALER IK
Steel and Iron Ranges, Stoves, and Fixtures,
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Wow so Popular
AND AT RR1CKS WHICH YOU WILL
CONSIDER EXCEEDINGLY LOW
VOl! SUCH HIGH GRADE GOODS.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
Domestic Sewing Machine.
This Machine is now Improved so ns to
Chain Stitch or Lock Stitch.
It Stands at the Head !
Housekeeping Goods and Kitchen Utensils.
Agate Ware in Large Variety.
White, Gray, and Silver-plated Lamps and Fixtures.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing; Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: 6 kettles every 2-1 hours, 6,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,n00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Prcjiarn lions are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
lost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
i nu nlShuwinc Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The A.ili:(!si:it-lli!M'n Co. have c.'iuictl oil" ilii- Highlit Honors and tho IIit;hL's
Class (lolil Medals whumver thoy lmo competed. At all of the International Hhihi
tions thioiighout the world their Hour llscellcd AH Othois!
This Cnnii.iny li.ivc itei.iicil a Speeial liiand ol their Highest Glade lleer for the
Hawaiian islands, known as "SIMIUIAL MltllW," with a handsome lahel and in White
liottlos, wliiuh, with theirhoxt "liXI'UUT ANlllIUtfllK" in link Mottles, huietomio
impoited, we will now supply to the Trade in Quantities, to Suit.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Arapahoe Ghost Dance.
Darlington, I. T July 3, 185)2.
Tho Arapahoo Indians nro again in
dulging in tho ghost daiifi), and tho
buttlom aro unduly alarmed. 'Com
plaints havobuon forwarded by mail
and wiro to tho head of tho Indian
Department at Washington, asking
that tho ceremony bo stopped at
once, as tho settlors fear that if it is
continued it willl end in an Indian
outbreak. A I'ono.spondont has just
made a thorough examination of the
situation and finds (hat those fears
aro utterly groundless from the fact
that thu danco is dimply a ceromony
semi-religions. There is nothing to
it that indicates that thoroisauy
fouling of oninity towards the whites,
and tho wholo thing is a great im
provement over tho old time dances
in which tho red man indulged.
Tho dance which is now going on
west of this place is visited nightly
by hundreds of white people who
sro unmolested and who aio uolcon:
ol with groat olfiision, especially
when tho hat is passed aroiuul,
whioh is dono with remarkable regu
larity at tho ond of each hour. Tho
danco is a very tamo affair, and con
sists in tho Indians dancing or
"crow hopping," around a polo on
wliiuh iloats tho Unitud States flag.
TO THOSE WHO VALUE THEIR SIGHT.
MR. A. DANCE,
liy Appointment, to II. K. the .Maiquis of
Dull'urin, ex-Vieeioy of India, Kto.,
IS NOW UVAUi, AND I'HKVIOUS TO
KbTAJJMSUINU A I.OOAL AOUNOY
MAY HE t'ONHlILTII) i''OK
At the Eagle Houso
F"ox' a. F"s-w Daya Only I
The system of Siuht TiMini? invented liy
nun u IIIUIII MIJ, IK
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Equitable Life Assurance
Of tlie TTni-tecL States,
Ail Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
The eoiisiderulion of lirst imiortanco in judging of the, condition of any linanciitl
Institution (and notahly of a l.ifu As-mi.ineo ('uinpniiy, tho majoilly of whoso contracts
o.Ntend over long peiiodsof yeais) is it.s Suitus .Slieiigth. The llijiiir.uii.i; has, oyer
and nhovenll Liabilities, a Linger .Surplus than Any Other Ahsiii.ineo Company.
Needles Bc .A-ttetolimeiits
roi! ALL K1NJ1S OK MACHINES.
Sowing Machines of all Kinds Promptly
Don't foiget that this is positively a
No piivate individual can obtain (hedit.
Theiefore eveiything is Uheapl
From $4 up.
-A.u.tolia.x'ps : Mandolines.
Furneaux's Beautiful Views of the Islands.
Lawn Tennis Rackets and Balls.
BASE BALLS AND BATS.
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS.
Popular Bound Books,
At 35 Cents Each 1
NOVELS 1 NOVELS! NOVELS I
Special Arrangements for School Supplies.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
"Water Closets, "Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Dimond Block, Nos. !5 & 07 King Street.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Importers and Commission Merchants.
Builders' and General Hardware,
AGHl CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and PLANTATION. SUPPLIES
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Lamp Goods
Agate Ware, Tin Ware, Never Break Waro, and Cutlery.
Blake's Steam Pumps. "Weston's Centrifugals.
Yilcox & Gibbs and Remington Sewing Machines.
T. P. Srvr.mv.
A. V. !n.sin:.
Fort Street, over F. Gertz's Shoe Store.
YIEW, LANDSCAPE, and PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such a Natives Making l'oi Grass Houses
Hawaiian Stylo Hiding Jlulnliula
Dancers. Cucnuuut droves 1'alni
and Date droves Stieet Views
and HuildingsAVar Vessels
Shipping and Marino
Views, ICte., Kto.
Also a Large Collection of all I'roininent
and Interesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made up to ortler at tho most Reasonable)
Rates iu Honolulu.
Cabinets 86 and S5 a Dozen.
im tf J O. Box l')3
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, ...
Liabilities, Including thu lteervu on all o.visting
I'olicics (I per cent. Stundaid), 'and Special
Itn-mvo (lonuul thu ntnllriliiuint of a !! per
cunt, valuation of $i,wm,(i.i)
snow heinir uumirMillv
Mr. Dance micciallv invites the
1'rofesslou anil all nitoroMcd in
Optical Science to t-cii this hcautifill Test,
I.ATKST IMl'lIOVKMn.XT.S IN
Lenses anci Frames
AS I'MKHI'III IIIUI 11V
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK ANNUAL MKKTJXO OK
tlie Stoddioldeis of the HAXAI.CI
SlHIAIt MILL COM J'ANV, held this day,
tho following Olllier.s wcie elected for tho
President ('has. L. Cailer, Ksii.
Viie-1're.sideut., Hon. .1. N. K. WillianiB
Secretary .1. O. Caitir
Ticahiiier.. . (ieo. H. ItoliuriMiu
Auditor.. .1. O. Carter
Who are hImj J)ircctors of tho (ompan.
.1. 0. OAUTKIt,
Secretary II. S. M. Co.
Honolulu, July IS, Ml.;. 171-m
riiJlK J1ULLKT1N IS THK LKADINti
1. Daily Paper of the Kingdom, Kitty
centa per inoiith.
This Suiplus iciiiains after niaUltig piovlsion forever) obligation, on a ilgid calcu
lation of Liabilities, IkikmI on Iho etaiidatd prescillied b the Insurance Law of the
State of New Vuik, which iifcsuines that Assets will he iuvi lcd mi as to lealie interest
at the rate of 1 por cunt, per annum. In addition to this, m a xjilrit. of conservatism,
tho Directors of the Society, 011 the iccoiiiniendation of its Kluanco Committee, have
Mil aside a Special Additional Ituservo, looking towanl even a more strlngeul and eon
Kiryatlve filtuie standiud of valuation than the law now pn -cilhcs.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIG-HT,
GENERAL AGENT FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
1MP0UTKR AND DKAKKll IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR, MB FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
Always on Hand.
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
ORDERS FAITHFULLY ATTENDED TO SATISFACTION 0UARANTKKD
-ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED AND PACKED WITH CARE.
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Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. 0. Box :i72.
WEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Telephone 90.
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TURE AT THE IXL, CORNER NUUANU fc KIN(5 STREETS.
KOUND Tho place to lluv New aasmtemm nw Second-hand Furnituie of all
Win. O. Irwin,
W. M. Ciillmd,
Theo. 0. Poller
Pie.sldent and Manager
Secietary and Ticasuicr
a. j". ivcco.za?Hi"3sr-
New Bulletin Block, Merchant St.
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BENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
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OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
G. BREWER & CO.
Mercantile and Commission
PicMdont and Maunder
kinds at Lowest Prices: Tho INL,
liedroom Hets, Waidrobes, Ice
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I X L, corner Nuuanii and King
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Sold at the Lowest Cash Prices at tho IXL New an
iiiture Houso, coiner Nuuiinu anil King stieots.
S. "W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
comer Nuuaiiu and KiiiK sheets.
lloxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging
etc., Bold Cheao for Cash at tho
Sofas, lied I.ouniios, Ilnliy Cribs,
Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks.ete. 1
d Seeond-hand Fur- BIBi
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Corner EDINBURGH and QUEEN Sts.
CALIFORNIA WHEAT, OAT HAY (in Largo and Coninrossed Rales), RARLEY,
ROLLED and GROUND IIARLKY, CALIFORNIA and NEW ZEALAND
OATS, MIDDLINGS, URAN, CORN, CRAC1CED CORN, WHEAT, Etc.
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour.
Wo keep constantly In 1?T7PT T T yT-TT? '"H '''"colehrated Fer-
lillner.siuaiiiifactured liv V JiIX JL I IjLjJliXXO Mr. A. Haax.of fa. F., viz.:
RONE MEAL-WOOL DUST-Hinil GRADK SUPKRPHOSPIIATKS.
All of which can he hud nt lledrock Rriees.
ISLAND ORDK.RS SOLICITED AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
ANY IIIJKINKSH ENTRUSTED TO ME WILL RE0E1YE PROMPT ATTENTION.
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telephone 2io - 111 FORT STREET. r. o. iiox 207.
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Groceries and Provisions.
ON lOE-Uv each steamer of tho O. S. H, Co. from California F
Jlutter, Fiiwen Oysters, and Fresh California Fruits, Mill, Gf
A complete lino of Cro
Fresh California Roll
jiune, Yegetahles, etu.
o .V lllaekwidPH and J. T. Moiton'h Cunned and Rottled Goods
Alwavs on Hand.
.lust locoivedn Krcsh Lino of Gorman Pates and Potted Meats and Rottled Preserved
Kruits, Lewis t: Co.'s Maltce llraml Sugar Cured Hums and Uncoil, New I real; fast
Ceicals, (Jieam Oat Klakos and Cicaiii Wlieat FlaUe.s, bicily Lemons, California Rivor
sldo Oialiges, Oregon llurlmnk Potatoes, Kte.
SATISKACT10N (1 UAR ANTKED.
WOOD and COAL.
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White and Black Sand.
Wliicli we will soil at tho Very Lowest
Market Rates for Cash.
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