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SIXTY NINTH DAY,
Fttin.xv, Any. U), 1S'.)2.
Tho Commit k'o ro-assiMnbh'd from
recess at 1:80 and continued tho con
sideration of I lie Hawaiian Banking
Wop. Nawahi desired to usk ques
tions of Xohlo Macfarlaue hut it
could bo easily noticed that tho
luomhor did not want to answer
thorn, ho w'as not present, and there
fore must have kept away so as to
ovado being questioned. (At this
moment Xohlo Iaefarlaue passed to
his seat.) The objection to this bill
was from moneyed people, not from
tho poor. It was a new idea and
some people did not like it, they did
not. want change, they were bettor
satistied to stay in tho old ruts. Our
Lord Boaconsiield (Xohlo Homer)
had after careful consideration of
this subject for two years p re
sented to the House a "way out of
tho present financial dillicultics.
Now indust ries could be and would
be undertaken by the plenitude of
money obtainable under this act.
Instead of bitter (ears of repentance
being shed, ho believed that those
who voted for tho bill would bo
Wop. Ashford olio rod a substitute
amendment for t limine previously
offered by him and to the effect that
when tho Commit too rise they re
commend that Bill 7S bo re-committed
with instructions that it bo
amended, and that a provision be
inserted making tho bank separate
and independent from the 1'ost
Xohlo Neumann looked upon (ho
Bill as one that should not pass.
Ho compared tho desire to consider
section by section with a story, rela
tive to a kind hearted but simple old
German who, desiring to cut hi
dog's tail off but no! wishing to give
tho poor dog too much pain, used to
cut off tho tail in sections an inch at
a time. (Laughter.) So it was with
tliislSill; ho thought tho Bill could
bo di-cusM'd in its entirely. There
was one very good point in the Bill,
very good indeed, and the rest were
all bad, very bad. Tho patticulnr
point ho had in mind was the autho
rity given tho Government to issuo
these bills and then on them to
transfer for Government 13onds.
That was a good point but it did
not roach tho poor.for they were not
liable to have any Government
Bonds unle-s there was a law passed
authorizing tho Government to sup
ply (hem Mich. (Laughter.)' There
was no doubt but that tho Govern
ment could make tho money legal
tender; it could take a piece of
leather, stamp tho image of a horse
thereon, and call i( a horse and a
horso it would bo. But when an at
tempt was made to utilize that fac
simile in tho function of a horse
then tho lack of usefulness, would be
mo.-it apparent. The speaker con
tinued at some length, making tho
members merry by his facetious sim
iles to various portions of the Bill.
Jiop. White favored the Bill; ho
.touched upon tho episode of tho
previous da in which ho was con
corned and then reverting to the
Bill said that tho objections raised
by Noble Neumann were like "sound
ing brass and tinkling cymbals."
Bop. While continued for nearly
three quarters of an hour in dis
seminating his view, sending at i:().'l.
Motion was made that tho Com
mittee rise and was carried. Wop.
Wilcox, tho chairman, reported tho
progress made, and according to
motion asked leave for tho Com
mittee to sit again to-morrow.
Xohlo Neumann would ask that
that portion of tho report bo amend
ed which related to the time of again
sitting, and would move that .Mon
day bo substituted. Ho had no ob
jection to slate his reason, in fact
desired that the members should be
cognizant of his position in tho mat
ter. A ball would take place at the
I'alaco this evening, and as ho knew
tho weakness of human nature he
thought it would bo hotter to meet
tho discussion witli a dear head.
Tho amendment was accepted and
the bill was tabled for .Monday. At
1 ;()."), on motion, tho Assembly ad
journed. Saved a Woman's Iiifo.
Mr. J. 13. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Dolnxvnro, says:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlnea Homed-
saved tho life of Mrs. .lano
Thomas, of this plaeo." Ho also
states that several other very bad
eases of boxvol complaint there have
been cured by this remedy. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
A: Co., Agents.
Mrs. Dompsy Uow unfortunate,
J had no idea I would find you house
cleaning or 1 would not have called,
Mrs. Smallllat --Oh; I am not. Wo
xxoro going to have a game of cards,
atuj I moved otif the other furniture
wto.inuKu.room.tor a table.
It Was Mtxry Sherlock's Walio.
"Thorn lavs a hundred
poaoo and linppinoss."
It was tho wake of Marv Sher
lock, who had died of old age; and
took place on the night of Thursday,
.March lillh, 1801, in the Oil v of Now
York. The room was crowded with
men and women, old and young, and
an aged junkman, who sat on a keg,
in tho middle of tho room, said to
every new-comer, "There lays a
hundred years of peace and happi
ness," to which tho party responded
in chorus. "Faith, Miko,nivor truer
words did ye speak."
For Grandma Sherlock had come
to America from Ireland bofoioany
of them, and, no doubt, was at least
105 years old when she ended hoi
But she was one of tho old stock,
and never knew what illness was.
How different is such a story as
this, for instance, told by a woman!
"I was never well in my life," she
says, "always weak and ailing, con
stantly sick, and troubled with giddi
ness and swimming in the head.
I'eoplo who did not know mo would
at times think 1 was tipsy. 1 always
had a poor appetite, with bad tasto
in the mouth in tho morning, and
oain after oatintr. I had irreat pain
and tightness in tho chest and side,
and wis languid and tired after the
least oorlion, so 1 was unable to do
any woik or got my own living.
"As to sick headache, 1 was seldom
free from it, and often my heart would
palpitate, so 1 had to stop and hold
myself, for fear of falling. I was
nearly always under the doctor, and
when 1 was so. something formed in
my mouth that the doctor called
'ranula,' and 1 was confined in tho
lixotor Hospital 17 weeks with it.
"From that time 1 was worse than j
oxer; and after eating the least mor- I
sol of food I heaved at the stomach
and xx'ould spit up a sour fluid.
"Better and worse 1 continued un
til April, lSSi), when I became much
woise, and my abdomen sxvollcd un
til it reached a gieat size, and a pain
in tho side and back made mo scream
out. Indeed 1 was in such agony 1
could not stir hand or foot. Just
then my neighbor, .Mrs. Harris, wife
of Joshua Harris, Iho road contrac
tor, came in, and 1 had to bo carried
to bed. So dreadful xvas the pain
that I broke out into a heaxw sweat, '
and a faint noss came over me. Mrs.
Harris stayed wit li me and poulticed
me, but as 1 got no better my mo
ther, who lived at Wousdon, was
sent for. She came at once and sent
for a doctor, as i was in terrible dis
tress, and lighting lor breath. Tho
doctor said lie could not tell what
was tho matter, and a second doctor
xx'as sent for from Seat on by the
clergyman, who thought I xxas dy
ing. So critical was my condition
consideied that prayers xxero made
for me at tho chinch.
"Tho swelling of the bowels in
cicascd, and tho doctor said if this
swelling did not go down I could
not get belter, as it must bo a
tumor. Ho seemed p.i.zled by my
case and kept changing my medi
cine, but 1 got no relief. .My brother
and others xvho came to see mo all
bolioxx'd me to be dying.
"After two months of this a lady
named Mrs. Stockor, who lix'od at
Wousdon, came to see me and told
mo about a medicine called .Mother
Seigel's Syrup, and said, "You try it,
for it onco saved ni1 life."
"I sent to JIr. Gago, the grocer at
Sea'tou, and got a bottle, and before
I hail taken the contents 1 felt bet
ter, -Iho pain xvas easier, and tho
sxx-olling 1 have spoken of gradually
went axvay. After having taken three
bottles J was able to move about,
and now fool bettor than 1 ever did
in 1113' life before, and am stronger
than when 1 was a girl. But, oh, if
1 had known of .Mother Seigel's
Syrup sooner, it would have saved
mo years of misery.
(Signed) "-Uhs. Maiiy Ho.xui:,
"(Joinbiiyno, Axmiuistor, Dex'on, Fob.
This was a ease of ehronie indi
gestion and dyspepsia, with terrible
by matter in the intestines xvhieh
had probably been slowly aceuinu
lating for months. In the meant into
this fostering mass filled fho xvhole
system xvith poison, eausing all the
other symptoms described. Women
aro subject to this far more than
men, on account of llioir careless
habits. It occasionally happens that
surgical interference is necessary.
There xvas no tumor of course, but
in the end there mitrlit hax'o been.
had not Seigel's Syrup removed the
loathsome deposit before it xvas too
What a pity that women (and men
too) xvill not check tho first symp
toms of disease, and thus, like .Mary
Sherlock, enjoy a hundred years of
peace and happiness.
Take Good Caro of the Children.
If you have children you xvill bo
interested in tho experience of Air.
John Cook, of J'ilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. lie says: "Two years ago lxx-o
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very severe and dangerous
attacks of bloody llux. The doctor
hero xvas unable, after a week's time,
to check or reliox'o either ease. 1
throxv tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
ien. and .Diarrlio'u IJemedy. lnt-prox-emont
xvas seen very soon and
my. children arose in a fexv days
from xvhat 1 feared would bo their
deathbed, It is a grand, good medi
cine." For stile by all dealers, IJon
son, Smith re Co., Agents.
Old KagB Wanted.
Clean white rags, suit able for band
ages, aro wanted for use at the Bishop
liomo and the Boys' Homo, Leper
Settlement, Molokai, King up 281
.Mutual tolophono, and they xvill be
sent for; or leave tho same at tho
ollice of the Board of Health, or at
I. T. Watorhouso's, Queen street.
"Bank of Hawaii."
There is some fears that Horner's
"suicidal" Banking Bill xvill pass tho
Legislature. To prevent this, all
should get a Bill from tho Haxvaiian
Noxvs Company, study it, and shoxv
up its xvoak points to all you meet.
stlnL' Iteiidlliu -Mutter.
L tiiiinijof Jnturustlng Iti'iidliiB flutter,
mulled to foreign countries, 5.
St. Louis, lso.
Manufactured from Pure Malt
JXo Corn or Com 1'ioparnllons u-cil in laee of Mull, as i done liy other V.:
ern ltreweries, in onlerto eheopen the eot of thuir lteer, ami to citiinU' with our
worlil-renow neit and jii"tlj famed article.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing; Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: 6 kettles every 24 hours, G,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,f00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
uost wholesome and really the least cxpcn.six'C for its superior quality.
Annual bnu'PiNC Capacity : 100,000,000 BolUes and 5,000,000 Kegs, a
The AMlWMit-IiiX'il Co. hax'e carried oil' the llighe-t Honors and the Highest
Class (iolil Meilals wheiever they have coinieted. At all of the Intel national Inhibi
tions thione;Iioiit the world their lteer Kxcelled All Others
This Compiny havo prepared a Special I'.rand of their Highest Grade, l'cer for the
Hawaiian Islands, known as "Sl'I'OIA l llftl.W," with a handsome lahel and in While
flottles, whieli, xxilli their hest " F.XI'OIIT ANIII-lUKCi: " in I Mil; Mottles, heieluiorn
impoited, we will now .supply to the Trade in Quantities to Suit.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. a-xici Coffee
AT AM. IIOI'IIS,
Til 13 FINFST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON' HANI).
H. J. 2STOLTE3, Prop.
Island Shells and Curios !
-VAJlOf.KKAl.i: AXDIiKTAIf., OUIOAI'
V for ('null, lit 101 Knit Ktrcut, lictxxcuH
Killers' Dry (loodnKliiru mid I'lnuk (le.rtz'o
fjhoo utoro. axtif T. TAfj'NATT.
and Highest Grade Hops!
G-. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Agents for tin If.'txx'aiiau Islands.
G. IRWIN & CO.
Oh'l'KI! rofi NAl.K
and : Cement,
I'AllAWKINi: TAINT CO.'S
Compounds and Roofing,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering,
Wool Bust, Bone Meal, Fish Guano.
AI.HO liUCK A OIII.ANDT'S
High Grade Cliomical Cane Manure.
Grreiss Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Ryo Grass and Clovers.
rAllillANK f'ANNlXd CO.'S
In I and '1 Hi Tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
fpff 81 KING ST. Hv5
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G, J. Waller, . .
I ('ACTION tin. l'ulillc nuiiliikf the oller
1 inns or "Normal Sanitary .linger
Undi-Mxi'iir" iiilx-eili-eil liy iiimrltiuloiiM
hou-es In mislead the juilille. The
Genuine Normal Man
t.V Cannot he mrehased there, but
nnlx ut my Hlore.
For the Hawaiian Hands of Dr. med. (i.
.lather's Sanitary Underwear.
IS SIIOW'IXU A.
Now so Popular
AND AT I'IMCT.N WHICH YOU Wild.
COX.SIDKK i:XCKHDlX(iI,Y LOW
Koi: seen moil (iitADio hoods.
T. 1'. ri:x'.ltlN'.
A. X ll(iin:i!.
fort M., over f. liertz'- Shoe Storo.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE, and PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Sneli :ts Natives MsiUhif; f'of (Irnss Houses
Iliittiiiiiiu Style ltiding Hiiliiliula
Daneer- Coeo.inul (iiove- I'alm
and Date (iiox-es Street Views
and r.uildings War Vessels
Shiiiiun and Miiiinu
Views, i:te., f.te.
AKoa l.aige Colleetion of all Prominent
and Inleie-tiiiK Views of the Hawaiian
Ulands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian "Views
.Made ti) to Order at the most lieasonahle
1'ates in Honolulu.
Cabinets 86 and 85 a Dozen.
nail P.O. Box IDS tf
Wm. 6. Irwin & Go.
U'm, (). Irwin,
V. M. (iilliud,
Then. (). I'orler
1'iesidenl and Milliliter
- - - - Viee-IYesident
Seerelaiy and Treasurer
achats or tiii:
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF 8AX KltAXOlKCO, CAI..
C. BREWER & CO.
.1. O. Curler ...1'ivsiilent anil Manager
(i. II. ItoheitMJii. ... . Treii'-urer
I,. l IllHhoji. f-Verelarv
XX'. I'-. Allen
Hon. C. II. Ilishop
H. C. Allen
HUSTAOE & CO.,
-DlOAI.nKH I.N -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Whleh xxii xlll hell at the Vnrv l.oxet
Maiket Hates for Cash.'
Bell 414 . TELEPHONE - - Mutual 19
1'hfMimUUmjH, Fntmtv, l'ulrh,Arlo
tiljiex, l'holo)rtivurr, Ktvhimjx, iml
ererulhiitu in Ihr lint' of I'ivturex. tin in
k'inn ntn.. lini.i .i.-i
IMl'OltTKIl AND DUAbKIl IK
Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves & Fixtures,
IIOUSEIvtitiPINX; GOODS & KITCHEN UTWNSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
W11ITI3, OKAY and SILVEK-J'LATED;
LAMPS & CHANDELIEliS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, "Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND IJLOCK, Nos. 1)3 & 1)7 KING STIIE13T.
This Space is Reserved.
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OE THE UNITED STATES.
BRUCE & A.
C II A S . KUSTAOE,
nirouTKi: and jikai.ku ix
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
&? All Ortlois faithfully ntti'iuh'il to.
i-olU'ilril ami piii-Ui'il with rinv.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
VEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Tolopliono 00.
IK YOIT WAXT TO SAV10 TIM 10 AND MOXKY ftUY YOUIt KUHX1
TUISK A' Till-: JXI,. IIOUXKK X IT l' AX IT A KINO STKKHT8.
KOUNJl-Tlie iihicc In liny Now EBR8B BUBSB anil .SccimiWhunil Kiirnltiiru of all
klii'lsat I.oxxi't I'rici's: Tim' IXI., j Mr rorncr Xiiuanu anil ICing streets.
lii'ilroijiii Si'N, Warilruhi-.i, Ii'o fey Jloxut, Stox-os, Chair. Hanlni;
Lamps, fliiKsIlnii'iinx, Chclloiiii'is, 3IL. ctf., Holil Chtan for 0anh at tliu
1 X it, coniLT Xuuaiiu anil Ivint; ,yk stu-uts.
Kri'iiiiu-r anil Viirmnhi Chaii. jS? Sofus, licil I.ihiiil'pm, Unity (Trilw.
('lothi'.s llupkuts, Smvinu' Jlauliincs. mmiatmm Whatnots, Meat Kafcs.TninkH,Hi:.
folil ut tho l.oxM'st ('ili rrli'i!-. at tliu I a I. rv anil fcooonil-liaiul j'lir
nituut JIoiim', coriicr Xuuaiiu anil King stiiTts.
S. W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
TKI.KIMIOXK U10J HI PORT STREET. I. O. HuvBIT.
- IMI'OIITMIIH, WHOLKSAI.H AXI) KMTAII. DKAI.HItS IX
Groceries and Provisions.
OX ICH-lty eaeh sleamer of tliu 0. S. H. Co. from California -Kresh California ftoll
Ilutter, Kroen Oysters ami Kresh California Fruits, Fish, (liinio, Vegetahles, ete.
A coiiipli'tii line of Oro-i'.ii A llluekwell's anil .1. T, Morton's Canneil anil Jtottleil OooiIh
always on hand,
lust reeeiveil n Fresh I.ino of flennaii Fates anil 1'otted Meats anil llottleil J'ntsorwil
li'niits, Lewis it Co.'s Mnltu-u llianil ringar Cnreil Hams anil llneon, Xew llreakfiibt
Cereals, Cream Oat Flakes ami Cieiun Wheat Flakes, Hieily Uiihoiih, California llix'er
siilo Oiiinges, Oiegon lliirli.ink l'otntoct, ute. riatisfiietioii guaranteeil.
TFI.IH'IIOXK I).'. 1'. O. II0X llfl.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMl'OItTFHH AXI) DFAl.nitS IX
Groceries, Provisions a.ncL Feed:
New (iooils Iteeelxvil liy Kx'ery I'uuket fiom thu Kastern States anil KuruHi.
FKICSII OAl.lFOltXIA FltODUOi: JJY UVJ3IIY rJTKA.MKK.
All Orilurs faithfully attumleil to ami (iooils ilulix-ered to any jmrt of thu City freu.
Ihlanil Orilurs sollelleil. Katlsfaction giiar.inleeil.
Elast Corner Fort, 8c Kirxg Stx'eets.
Cy U JiLOC-caL.Jrv JL JbdL ju 7
(ni:v nur.LUTis iilock, jiuiicuant .stui:i:t)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Eire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY lJUMNKrjS KNTUUSTKl) TO MU V1I.I ItJCgKlYK 1'ltOMl'T A'n'KNTJON.
Gunural Agents for
Butter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
fcitMnrtion KiitiriiiiU'i'il. Ixlaml Onlcr.s
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
1 O. BOX 372.
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