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VOL. IV. NO. flOH.
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, I8!)2.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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at Tin: (ii mr,
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lion. Jiotli Telephones 'Sti.
DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Manager.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
AtTOIINHY-AT-LW AMI XoTVHY PlIHI.IC.
'2 Merehant Stiect, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Illll'OHTrU" VNII Di:I.HtS IN LlTMIliai Ml
A I.I. MMIS OK lilTII.IHMI MriltlAIs.
I''ort Street, Honolulu.
.WILDER & CO.,
..Dkai.fus in LiTMiu.il, I'.mmh, On.s, Naiin,
SI,T, AMI DlIll.IllMI MAT1.11IA1.H
OF I'.Vl IIY KIMI.
Corner Poit anil Queen Stieets, Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Imi'okti'.ies i.n'ii Commission Mi.uciixi.s.
I'm I .Sheet, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
tiiMinii Commission Aukms.
Corner Knit mid Qiu-ou Slieets, Honolulu.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
iMVoiiirits mi Commission Mi i.ciivms.
Kaahumauu Slice!, Ilonolulii.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
AMI PlIU.I.U IN (ilNlllM.
M i ii-
(jueeu SI i ihI, Honolulu.
GONSALVES & CO.,
Vuoi,i.su,k(!j:o('i:i:s mi Wi.vuMi iu'iivnim
lle.iver llloek, Honolulu.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
AllorillNI I It MI (iCM'UMi UllHIM.rlK Alll.N T.
.Mahukoiia, Kohaln, Hawaii.
WENNER & CO.,
.MA.Niir.M'nmi.No ami iMi'iutri.Nd Ji:vi:i.riM.
!)2 Kort St i cut, Honolulu.
M VMII'Al'rilUIMI .liwiu.nt ami Wa n II-
Kukui Jewelry a Hpeelalty. Partial
attention paid to all kinds of lep.dr.s.
King Sliect, Honolulu,
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H, W. Schmidt & Sous,
AilKMTri ion mi: II u mi in Ui,mis.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
STKAM P.MIINhH, SlTIIAIt Mll.l.S, Jillll.l.llS,
Cooi.Kiis, Ikon, lluiKrt, ami Li:n
Machinery of livery Pesciiplion Made In
Order, Particular attention paid to Ships'
lllacksiuithliig. Joh Woik tt.eeutid at
Hxurt.i.KM' AcrojiMiiiutioN run 1'Arn'Mf.
King Stiect, Honolulu.
Dr. A. R. Rowtit, V. S.
OKI k r. iiouus:
7j:iOtolO t. M.; lJi.'idto'.'i'. m.; liliutotli'.M.
Pell 11. TKLKPIIONKS Mutual InI.
P. (). Pov.TJil.
C. B. RIPLEY,
Ooinpk'tii plans and hiieeilleations foi
overy dcM-iiption of hulldliig. Conliacts
ilraun and caicful Huperlutimileme of eou
Ntruullou given when ieiiiiied. Call ami
luamimi plans. New ditsigus. Modern
liulldingt. Olllcu, liooiiifi.Sprcekuls' llloek.
Mutuiil Tel, '.'(li.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
(!. Wlt.lil.it. I'll"'! S. 11. h'nsi:, Scc'.v
I'tn, .1. A. Kimi, rut Supt.
Will li'a vu Ilonolulii at '2 r. M., touching at
Luhalmi, Maaliit'ti Hay ami Mnkciia the
same day; Miihukiiu.i, Kawaihau and Latt
pahochoe tin' following ilny, aiming lit
Hilo at midnight.
lletuining leaves lliln, touching at Lnu-
palloellOl' same llllj ! KllVlllihlll' a. m.; M11-
hukon.i 10 v. t.;,Makcu.i I '. m.; Mnahicu
Pay li l'. M.J l.aliuina 8 p. i. this following
da) ; ariivingut Honolulu II A. M. Wi-duos-du.vsand
AlMMYP.ri AT HONOLULU:
SATUPPAY . AiiHii-t'JT
Iff No Ki eight will ho iced veil after
1'J noun on d.iy of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu cveiy Tuesday at fi
p. m., touching al Kahului, Huelo, liana,
Jliimii.i ami Kip.iliulu, Maui; anil I'.iiiu
Iteturning will 111 live at Honolulu inery
JTj3T No Fieight will lie reeuiveil after
I p. M. on day of sailing.
Consignees must, ho at the landings to
leeeive their Ki eight, lis we will not hold
ourselves responsihle after such 1'reiglit
has heen lauded.
While, the. Company will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we dieline
to assume any lespuiisihility in case of the
loss of same.
The Company will not he. icsponsihle for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in thueaie
sj '.'vV'1''' " mt
The undeisigned having heen appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
i oi: nn: iti ui.iivi i u
I'MiOM Tin: WOIIKS OK
Burliam, Williams & Co.,
Am now ireiaiiil to give l'Ntim.itcs and
li icivn Oidcis for these Pnginc.s,
of any size and stle.
Tlie Baldwin Locomotive Works
AIM! NOW MANUKACTlllMNO A
STVLi: OK I.OCO.MOTIVi:
Adapted for Plantation Purnosos
A liuniher of which Imve leceullv heen
leceivcd at these Islands, aid we iHfl have
plcasuie in furnishing plantation agents
and managers wjth paiticulursof same.
The Superloiily of these I.ocomutives
overall other makes is known not nul.
here hut is acknowledged thioughoiit the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole A'jeuts (or tho Hawaiian Islands.
Steam Candy Factory
Pi.ielieal Confeitiouer, Pastr Cook
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Beretania St.
Bell Tclo. 280
rpili: PULLP.TIN IS Till: LPADINd
J. Pally Pii per of tho Kingdom. 1'ifty
cuiiU per iiiouth,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco :
The new nnil line A I Steel KtcniiiHliiii
Of the (Venule Steamship Coion-my will
hcilttuat Honolulu fiom Hiliic ami Auck
land on or about
Ami will leave for the iiliovu pint witli
Mnilsaml I'as.sengersou orahout thai dale.
For Sydney and Auckland :
Tliu new ami line Al Steel Ste.imsliip
Of the Oeeanie Steaniship ('oinp'iny will
he due at Honolulu, from S.m Kraneiseo,
on or ahout
And will liae piompt despatch with
Mails ami l'as-cngcrs for Hie ahove ports.
The undersigned are now lirt'inreil to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
XF Kor fiutlier i.iilieul.us icgarding
I'leiglit or r.iss:ic apply to
WM. G. IRVIN & CO., Lid.,
i-!)i Geueral Agents.
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co.
Tor YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Sleameis of the nliovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their uiij to the aliove
pcuts on or ahout the following dates;
Slim. "China" Oct. .'!, lb!U
Stmr. "Oicanic" . . Nov. 1, Ih'lJ
Stmr. "China" ' Pec. li.', I sit J
Slim. "Oieanic" . .Ian. II, w.:
Stun. "China" Keh. a I, l.s1'!
Stun, "liaelic" .. Apiil II, IMC!
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the ahove Companies will
call at Honolulu on t licit v. a fiom Hong
kong and Yokohama to the ahove poll on
or ahout the following dates;
Stmr. "China" . Sept. !l, IS!).' '
Stmr. "(iitelio" Oil. Ill, IMl.'.
Stmr. "City of liio do .laneiio"
. . . Pec. :v, INIJ
Stim. "llelgic" . I'Vh. .s, lWl'i
Stmr. "Cilj of P.. kill);" ..Mm eh :tl. IN)i
Stmr. "Oceanic" . Mav 7, iMi.i
Round Trip Tickots
TO YOKOHAMA' AND RETURN $350.
tO Kor Kieight and Passage applj to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
a7 tf A(jent3.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
fiom S. 1'
for S. K.
.Stipt. 7 Sopt. 1 1
OH.fi OH. Iti
Nov. 2 Nov.il
Kioni San l'mneLco
ALA.MPPA, Oct. 1
MON'OWAI, Die. lit
Prom Sjilnny foi
MAIMPOSA, Oct. W
MO.NOWAl, Nov. 17
A LA MP PA, Pee. 1.1
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oaliu.
Agent to take .i kntiuleilfi'iui'iiti. to La
Agent to grant Marriage LIu'iimix, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands of Pill A'
Scott'tt 1'ieight and Parcel Uxproim.
Agent for the lluiliiigliiti Jluiltu.
IILAL KsTATi; PltOKPU
ami (ilJNKIIAL AHUNT.
in.ij.3is TiiLPPHUNii -MiiTtTAi.iau
-p.o. Uujj ua
--. iiH'K'i'" ""
Vi Mejitlmtlt l, . IlQUUliH II.Ij
I LIU lb UUMU!
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Paper Patterns !
PULL LINK HI'
At juices which we estnhlldied on
commencing CASH llusiucss.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Farina Douquot, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
19 See our l'Mue Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions. .
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
fall and see our Oood.s hefore Inly
ing elsewlierc. Last hut not least
i.wuti: VMiu.rv ok
Novels & Popular Bound Books.
FINE CANDIES !
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish toliiformlhi! Puhlie of Hono
lulu and .ill icsidents of the other
Islands that they have seemed the
services of Mr. Clunk's lanlwigscn,
mi expert Candy Maker of long e.x
pciiencc, and who is p.irtieul.iily
familiar wit li the tastes of all loveis
Having recently made gie.it ini
piovcmcutsauil added new machin
ery toourextensive C'.iiulj Kactory,
we me now Letter ahle than ever
hefoie to siiiply the puhlie with
High flunk' Confections of Unsur
passed Quality and htrictly Pino
and Wholesome Mateii.il. Our
motto will always he
"miv now en i: i', nur mm i.oon"
can we make the Candies.
Youis, mmoits to please.
HALT ,v CO.
Pl.lTI. It I ClIKlM Pm.HUIs
imi Cinii I'm ron.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Lire Insurance Co.,
JKtna Fire Insurance Co.,
Uulou Insurance Co.,
OK SAN PIIANCISCO, CAL.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
J Stoekholdeis of the llononiu Sugar
Conipany held this day, the following
Olllccis weie elcited for the ensiling war:
Piesldiuit . . Tom May,
TiciiHircr .Oco. II. ilohertxou,
Secretary . A. C. I.ovekiii,
lUlillKil' . . I', li uuiieiiiiiug,
I .1. O. fuller
(Win. (i. llr.ih.
Sieretarv llononiu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, IM'-k I'M-liu
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ANNUAL MPP'I'INH OK
J Hid Stoekholdeis of the HANALPI
hUOAIi MILL COMPANY, held this day,
the following Olllicru were elected for the
Piesldent Ch.m. L. Caller, '..
Viio-I'ifhlili'iit.. Hon. .1. N. S. Wllliaiim
Secietaiy .l.O. Carter
Ticasurer.. (no. II. HoliertMin
Auditor J. (. Carter
Who urii aim Director of the Company,
.1. O. OAliTKIC,
Secietan II. K. M. Co,
Ilonolulii, July IN P'.i.'. 171-iu
O IlOPfalJ POWPII UPltKillT PANTPIt
L Ihiiillio mill Poller, ill good working
tinier. For parlleailarn or lei Ins apply to thu
1 PULLJJTJN l'PlOU,
Tondors for Purchaso of Hawaiian
Notice is hereliy given that under autho
rity of Chaplcrlis, Session 1-aws of ISsS,
"An Act to give gie.iter security to Pepo
Mtor.s in the Hawaiian Tostal Savings
Hank," the l'ostinaser-(li neral oilers for
will' $."iO,UoO of Coupon Itniiilsof tin- Hawai
ian llovetiiinent, such honds to he .issued
In the denomination of One Thousand Dol
lars each, redeeinahle in not less than live
jears nor moiu than twenty ears, with
interest at s percent, per iiniiitm, paya
hle semi-annually, piiucipal and inleiest
pijalile in U. S. gold coin, the honds to
express on their face that thc-j nro Issued
as seeuritj for the l'ostul Savings Hank
Tenders for the purchase of the whole or
any part of -aid honds will he riecivcdat
tlio otlke of the ltegistr.ir of I'ulilie Ac
counts, Kinanee Department, up to 12
o'clock on THUKSDAY, the 1st d.iy of
Tlio rostuiastur-deneral does not hind
himself to accept any lender, or the whole
of any tender.
Dated August 'J.', 1S!U.
H. A, Wiiium NN,
Minister of Klirinee.
Minister of I'oicigu Alt'ain.
C. N. Si't.M'i.n,
Minister of Interior.
II. A. WlllUMANN,
Atloiney-Ceneial ad interim.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the pioecsn of Deepening the.
Channel at the entrance to Ilonolulii har
hor the Dredger will lie in operation night
ami day. c,
At night tlii'iu will he a Danger Signal
placed on the forwaul derrick of Pndger,
ahout 'M feet ahove s-ea level, whiell cm he
seen hy all vessels appio.iching the linihor.
The Signal consists
of li lied lights and iT
White light as in
lights heiug ahout .'I
Let ap.ut, with the
white light in tho
All steamers cross
ing the ll.il will stop
at a safe distance fiom the Pxilger and
give one hkist of their w hislle, which will
he answcrul hy li single blil'-t fiom the
Dicdgcr, to he foliowid hy three hkists
from the Dredger when the passage iselear
and thej can proceed.
The Tug will he on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Pndger when necessary.
C. N. SPPNCP.I!,
Minister of the Interior.
Intoiioi Ollli'o, March !i, I Ml J.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Qovorninont Lands in Kau, Hti-
On SATUHDAY, Septiinher:!, 1 '., at
1 o'clock noon, at the front eutianee of
Aliiolani Hale, will he mid at Puhlie Auc
tion, the Leai-e of the (Invi'iuuiellt LnuiW
of .Mohakapii mid Pohakiiloa, apo includ
ing Ixaalaala and Knioula, In Kau, Hawaii,
coiitainiiigan urea of l".nHJ.i Aeies, a little
mom or less.
Term Lease for Kiyear.s.
Upset price, lAVI per iiiinuin, iaahle
semi-annually in advance.
Possession of the iiliovu Lands will lie
given .liiuuary 1, ISM.
c. n. spi:nci:ii,
Minister of the liitcilnr.
Interior Olllce, Aug. II, !!)-'. IS-Ilt
SALE OF A PIECE
Of Govornmont Land, on Nuuanu
Street, Honolulu, Onhu,
On WPDNPSDAY, .Septemher II, l.VIJ,
at I 'J o'clock noon, at tint front enti.iucc of
Aliiolani Hale, will he Mild at puhlie auc
tion, a Piece of (loveriuueiit Land, situate
on the southeast idu of Nuuanu hi rent,
ahove Second Ilildge, and helow .lucid
Stieet, containing an men of l-UM of an
Acre, u little mom or less.
Upset price, .'iii(i.
C. N. bPPNCPH,
Miukterof the Interior.
Interior Olllen, AuguM III, IMU.
Holders of Water Privilege!., or tluiM)
p lying Water Kates, are heiehy notllleil
that, owing to tliudrouth and the M'.uelty
of water in tho (loieinuieut ltcscrvnli,
the Hums for iiAiug water for Irriga
tion puipiiM'.s urn fiom 7 to s o'clock a. m.,
and ' loli o'clock cm., until fmthei notke,
JOHN C. WIUTP,
Kiljit. Honolulu Water Workn.
C. N. Hi'iiM-i i:,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, 11. I., Aug.ri, IhLtJ.
I'ivture Frama made la urdn ram
Lnttrt tSijiku ( Movldlnfis. Haiuvu
lion of Old l'ictum n jcul(ilty nt lhg.
It Was Mary Sherlock's Wako.
"Tliuro lays a hundred unrs o'
pence and happiness."
It was the wake ir Mary Slier
liiek, wlio had died of old an;c; and
Idol; place mi the niht of Thursday,
Matcii l'.lth, l.H'.lt, in IheC'itvnf New
York. The room was crowded with
men and women, old and youiitf, and
an aed junkman, who sat on a ke,
in the middle of the room, said to
every uew-cuiner, "There lays a
humliod year.s of peace and happi
ness," to which the part' responded
in chorus, "Faith, .Mike, niver truer
words did ye speak."
Kor Grandma Sherlock had come
to America from Ireland hefore :vny
of them, and, no doubt, was at least
10.") year.s old when she ended her
But hhe was one of the old stock,
and never knew what illness was.
How different is such a story as
this, for instance, told by a woman!
"1 was never well in iny life," she
say.s, "always weak and ailing, con
stantly sick, and troubled with giddi
ness and swimming in the head.
People who did not know me would
at times think I was tipsy. I always
had a poor appetite, with bad taste
in the mouth in the morning, and
pain after eating. 1 had great pain
and tightness in tho chest and side,
and was languid and tired after the
least eertion, so 1 was unable to do
any work or get my own living.
"As to sick headache, 1 was seldom
free from it, and often my heart would
palpitate, so I had to stop and hold
niy.solf, for fear of falling. 1 was
nearly always under the doctor, and
when 1 was bo. something formed in
my mouth that the doctor called
'ranula,' and I was confined in the
Exeter Hospital 17 weeks with it.
"Fiom that time 1 was worse than
ever; and after eating the least mor
sel of food I heaved at tho stomach
and would spit up a sour lluid.
"Better and worse 1 continued un
til April, 188'.), when 1 became much
worse, and my abdomen swelled un
til it reached a great size, and a pain
in the side and back made mu 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, the road contrac
tor, came in, and 1 had to be carried
to bed. So dreadful was the nain
that 1 broke out into a heavy sweat,
and a faint ness came over me. Alls.
Harris stayed with me and poulticed
mo, but as I got no better my mo
ther, who lived at Uoiisdon, was
sent for. She came at once and sent
for a doctor, as I was in terrible dis
tie.ss, and lighting for breath. The
doctor said lie could not toll what
was tho matter, and a second doctor
was sent for from boat on by the
clergyman, who thought 1 was dy
ing. So critical was 1113- condition
considered that prayers were made
for mu at the church.
"The swelling of the bowels in
creased, and the doctor said if this
swelling did not go down I could
not get better, as it must be a
tumor. He seemed pu..led by 111 v
ease and kept changing my medi
cine, but I got no relief. .My brother
and others who came to see me all
believed 1110 to be dying.
"After two mouths of this, a lady
named Airs. Stocker, who lived at
Wousdou, came to see mo and told
me about a medicine called -Mother
Seigel's Syrup, and said, "You try it,
for it once saved my life."
"I sent to Air. Gage, the grocer at
Sonton, and got a bottle, and before
I had taken the contents 1 felt bet
ter, the pain was easier, and the
swelling 1 have, spoken of gradually
went away. After having taken tlnee
bottles 1 was able to move about,
and now feel better than lever did
in my life before, and am stronger
than when I was a girl. But, oh, if
1 had known of .Mother SeigelV
Syrup sooner, it would have saved
me vears of misery.
(Signed) "Alas. .Mauy Hoaiii:,
"Coinbpyne, Axminister, Devon, Feb.
This was a case of chronic indi
gestion and dyspepsia, with terrible
constipation; the swelling was caused
by matter in the intestines which
had piobably been slowly accumu
lating for months, In the meantime
this fcnterint' mass filled the whole
system with poison, causing all the
other symptoms iiesenlied. Nomen
aie subject to this far more than
men, 011 account of their careless
habits. It occasionally happens that
surgical interference is neceary.
There was no tumor of course, but
in the end there might have been,
had not Singel's Syrup removed the
loathsome deposit before it was too
What ti pity that women (and men
too) will not check the limt symp
toms of disease, and thus, like '.Mary
Sherlock, enjoy a hundred years of
peace and happiness.
Paciilc Hardware Co,
White Mountain Ice Cream l'ree
eis. From one quart to 12 quarts.
The larger sizes with Hy wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
li'iillug Bit, nickel plnlejl,
Jujino H.viinvv.viii; Co., Ld.
Churches anil Charity.
"Look al the social work thai is
opening up for the churches." said
Dr. Bevan. in a discourse in Svdiu.v
the other day. "The churches an
110 longer the little gjudens of self
contained Christian folk." Then- .s
something in the remark that those
engaged in the woik of tho churches
of all creeds may very well make a
note of. Although Christianity has
produced a wonderful record of
heroism, of sacrifice, and of maitvr
doin, it is quite true that in ceitain
of its manifestations it has laid itself
open to a charge of self-contained
selfishness. The making or each
one's salvation a personal question,
and the somewhat coeksttie assump
tion in some cases that there was
nothing more to be done in the mat
tor, has produced a certain alleged
callousness on the pait of wcalthv
and powerful religious 01 gnnintmns
to the misery that too often exists
round about them. Such an asser
tion, of course, could be contradic
ted by a hundred instances, yet it is
true in the main, and here is Dr
Bevan admitting it and calling at
tent ion to the fact that a movement
of the churches is an admission of it
on a largo scale also. The interest
of the churches in social work in one
of the signs of the times, and one of
its mo.st encouraging signs. Charity
cannot be administered or distress
alleviated in any effect io way by
niecnanicai or lapor-savmg (lev ices
for the work. It is an enterprise of
devotion and of sympathy, and these
are things that can only be inspired
by tho same instinct of religion
which makes the feeding of tliehun
gry and the teaching of the ignor
ant a work of divinely-enkindled en
tlmsiasm, and not a mere social task.
There are important and intellectual
bodies of men who hold to the con
trary, and the subject is one res pee
ting which no amount of argument
will change a single existing opinion.
Hut the fact remains that so long as
the churches stand outside the so
eial problems of the day, secure in
their own little gardens of self-eon
taiued and. be it added, self-satisfied
Christian folk, so long will they eon
Millie to relax their hold on the
popular mind and hso touch with
the healthy tone of tho time.
Sydtwii -ld7, .lull 30, IS',)2.
An extinct fiom a letter to the
Sydney .Morning Herald from i(s
New Hebrides' correspondent dated
.Inly Nth, gives the following in re
hit ion to labor reciiiitiug there:
"A few days ago the schooner
May, the first vessel fiom Queens
laud under the new legulatioiis, call
ed at this island, and (here called ill
tho same time the larger schooner
Lady St. Albans, Hying the Fiench
Hag, from Noumea, and recruiting, it
is said, for (he mines of New Cain
douia. Some time befoie theie call
ed a schooner, Hying tho Gorman
Hag, leeruiting for traders and
planters in Samoa; still earlier called
a schooner from Fiji, recruiting for
the planters (here; and still earlier a
vessel called fiom Honolulu. Now,
if the fact is, as I believe it to bi ,
that the Queensland branch of this
trade is and is because it deserves
to bo by far the most popular with
the natives of tho New Hebiides, lo
stop it alone, so far from in any way
protecting these native,-, from the
evils of the labor trallic, would be
doing them a positive injury, bv sub
jecting them still more to those evils.
Let those protesting gentlemen ad
vocate the stopping of all the labor
trallic from without the group by
the joint action of the civilised
Powers, and the hooping of the New
Hebiides labor for the New Hebri
des, to aid the settlers there in di -velopingthe
lesources of their own
beautiful islands, and in civilising
them, and we shall cordially wish
What Honolulu schooner is (here?
Tftko Good Cnro of tho Children.
If you have children you will be
iuteie.sted in the experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Filot, VeiniiUion Co.,
Ill, Ho says: "Two years ago two
or my family, a young man and a
gill, had veiy severe and daugeious
attacks of bloody (lux. The doctor
here was unablej after a week's tune,
to cheek or relieve either case.
thiew the doctor overboard and be
gan using Chniuhci linn's Colic, Cho
lera anil Diariluea Itetuedy. Im
provement was soon very soon and
my childien aiose in a few days
from what 1 feaied would be their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For sale by all dealers, lien
son, Smith Co., Agents.
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