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HONOLULU, IT. 1., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1802.
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OF tvnilY KIND.
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loss of same.
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Agate Ware in Large Variety,
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"Water Closets, "Water and Soil Pipes.
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For San Francisco :
The new and fine Al Steel SleamMiip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bediieat Honolulu (torn H.ulney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the nbovc poll with
Mnilsand Passengers on or about that date.
"A Killo Ball and n Christmas Box."
For Sydney and Auckland :
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Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, fiom San Fiancisco,
on or about
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Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
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Importers and Commission Merchants.
Kniihmiunui Street, Honolulu.
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IMPORTER ANll DEALER IN GENEIMI.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
GONSALVES & CO.
Wholesale Grocers and Wink Merchants
Heaver llloek, Honolulu.
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Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
roil THE CKLEIiRATED
F1U1 THE VOUKS OF
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receive Orders for these Kngines,
of any size and style.
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IqnitaWe Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES.
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General Agents for Hawaiian T.slands.
?&" I'or further purticuliirs
l''ieit,'ht or PasMige apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
i-m Gonoral Agcuts.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
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STYLK OF UJCOMOTIYi:
C II AS. HUSTACE,
IMPOltTKH and dkai.fu in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND fil
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
poits on or about the following date:
Stmr. "China" Oct. Ii, IU
Stmr. "Oceanic" Nov. 1, IS'.).!
Stmr. "China" Dec. 12, lh'.ii
Stmr. "Oceanic" Ian. II, 1MI!
Stmr. "China" Fob. LI), Ih'H
Stmr. "Gaelic" April 11, Isl'I!
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
Mahukona, Kohula, Hawaii.
WENNER & CO.,
Manufacturing and Imcortino Jewelers.
m Fort Street, Honolulu.
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which Imvo recently been
received at those. Islands, and wo will Imvo
pleasure In furnishing plantation agent.s
and managers with particulars of same.
MANUFAUTimiNo Jeweler and Watch
maker. Ivukui Juwelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
King Street, Honolulu.
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Aoenm for the Hawaiian Ihundh.
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Steam Ksoineh, Simiar Mii.lh, Hoii.ehs,
Coolers. Iron, lliuss, AND J.uad
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Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Dhielcsinithlng, Job Work oAccuted at
Z& All Ordoi.s faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
- Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX M2.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China". . .. hept. !), IM)J
Stmr. "Gaelic". .. . Oct. Ill, 1M)J.
Stmr. "City or liio de .lanolio"
Dec. ;;i), ff.t
Stmr. "Uelgic" Feb. S, 1K);I
Stmr. "City of Peking" .March 31. WX
Stmr. "Oceanic" . ... May 7, iwn
"Al Hip hatttr nf (ivthjthnru (i rifli'
ball lirolr hi; rujht arm justl Mow lUc
slinulilrr, (( nrvrr bnrii' till thru
)rh(il (i lUffrrcuci' Ihi'fo is hrlwrfn hi
arm In lift with ami ax arm In hr lift
nl." So said tin Ainorieaii olllwr the
other day when a few oT us weie
talking about the mystery of life in
the human body. Yet lots of people
understand the principle. What do
they mean when they say, 1 could
scarcely crawl." "1 had to fairly lug
myself aloiiK, etc.? Why, simply
that the Ixxlv had lost its surplus
power: it had become a burden, in
stead of an instrument to carry bur
dens. A woman writes in this w.'iy: "I
had constantly to lie down on the
couch and rest. 1 had barely strength
to crawl about. This was in the
summer of 1SS2. The trouble first
came upon me in J87(i, when I was
forty-two years old. Before that 1
had always been strong and healthy.
Then, however, J began to feel tired,
weary, and languid, and gradually I
had to consider myself a weak, sickly
woman. At first L had a bad taste
in the mouth, and a sinking sensa
tion at the pit of the stomach. Aly
appetite was poor, and what little J
ate gavo mo pain in the chest and
sides. My food seemed to create
wind, which rolled all over nn. 1
got so bad that night after night J
was unable to sleep. I was at time
in great agony, and if I had not been
obliged to work 1 should have taken
to my bed. As it was, 1 st niggled
on as best 1 could; I saw a doctor
and took various medicines, but none
ol thorn appeared to do me any
"J continued in this wretched
slate for seven years J 870 to 1883.
Then camu tho help 1 had waited
for so long and so hopelessly. In
December of that year tt liltlo book
was left at 1113' house tolling of a
medicine called Mother Seigel's
Syrup, and my husband read of a
case like mine having boon cured bj
it; and I felt a strong desire to try
the medicine, but wo could not spare
"However, when my husband re
turned from Bungay on Christmas
Eve he pulled out of his parcel a
bottle of Seigel's Syrup and said,
"See, 1 have brought you a Christmas-box,'
and it proved to bo tho
most valuable one 1 ever had in my
life. 1 began taking tho medicine at
once, and lound great reliol. It
seemed to lift a weight from my
whole body. My appetite returned
and I gradually gained strength, and
by the time 1 had taken si bottles 1
was a new woman. I could go about
my laundry work with case and
pleasure. I still take an occasional
do-e, and keep in good health, for
which 1 have to thank Mother Sei
gel's Syrup. 1 know of many in this
di rict who have received great
benefit from tho Syrup, one or two
of the neighbors stating that but for
it (hey would not now bo alive. I
desito others to know of what did
1110 so much good, and to this end
you have my consent to publish this
letter, should 3-011 think it best to
"Ihigncuj jins. UoonnmiAN,
"July 1 1 th, 1891."
Editor Urt.t.irnx :--
Since tho vote of want of confi
dence tho sheets have been hazy
with rumors of projected cabinets.
As usual tho Reform party assumes
to itself all the credit of- the change
in public a Hairs and report has it,
speaking of projected cabinets, that
this arrogant party proposes to pro
ject 011 our unoffending public two
or three hidebound individuals who
failing c3f election at home wont
elsewhere to secure seats. And those
are tho men wjio representing a
minority sentiment whine they re
side are pushed ahead by their
servile paity. If (ho JJeform party
is in the ascendancy and if tho re
sults which lead to the formation of
a new cabinet are attributable xnMy
to its agency, il is but natural tho
party should avail itself of its advan
tages to place its own men in power.
Yet even so it is questionable policy
to foist upon tho country men who
are representative of their party
Now as this parly cannot arrogate
'to itself the entire credit of change
in theadininistration,let it be modest
enough to withdraw itselaims to the
solo benefits of such change. Men
who represent the community in
which they live by an overwhelming
minority arc not well calculated to
run tho Government. And let tho
Reform Party, which is but 0110 factor
in tho present political situation,
merely take its place as one factor
in the contemplated changes.
In every way the National Reform
Party has proven itself the cham
pion of popular righst. It can lay
equal claims to tho accomplishment
of everything claimed by the Reform
Party, and it is not to bo ignored to
facilitato tho choice of a clique
whoso ascendancy moans allegianco
and subservience to party rathor
than dovotion to tho general wel
fare. National Kltorm.
Kxcei.i.ent Accommodation for Patients,
King Street, Honolulu.
Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S.
7:30tol0A.M.j 12:30 to 2 i'. m.; 1:110 toll p.m.
HclliM. THI.KPHONKS Mutual 1KI1.
p. o, liox ;iaj.
O. B. RIPLEY,
Completo plans and Kpeelfientioiib
every iluhcrintiun of building. Contracts
drawn and careful superintendence of con
struction given when required. Call and
examine plans. New designs. Modern
buildings. Ollico, Hooin fi, Sprcckels' Block,
Mutual Tel. 'Mi.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other niakes Ih known not only
hero but is acknowledged throughout tint
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agonts for the Ilawaiian Islands.
DO YOU FOLLOW ME?
The "Toi'rist Ci
iiar" is made of
and Turkish Tobac
co Killer with Ha
vana Wrapper of
superior grade, and
without paper; pro
nounced by connois
seurs to he the lluod
is desired. Health
ier and better than
a cigarettu for a
XV Ahl; your
dealer for them I
made 11 v -
The Kubey & Go. Branch of the American
Cigarette Co., Honolulu.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
WEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Tolepliono 90.
IP YOU WANT TO SAVK TI.MK AND MONKY ItUY YOUK KUIiNI-
TITIIK AT TIIK 1XI(. COHM'JK NUUANU .t K1NU DTIIK1V1B.
.a'. ...... ji.1 . . 1 ...- .... .....1 W.i.w... .1 I...... I 1.'.. ....I. a.
lllu.Mi I lie place 10 nuy .saw
kinds ut Lowest Prices: The IXL,
liedrooiu Sets. Wardrobes. Ice
Lamps, HugH.liurcails, Chelloiiiers,
1 X L, corner Niiiianu and King
Steamer and Veranda Chairs,
mill Second-hand Kuril it urn of all
corner Nuiianu and King streets,
Boxes. Stoves. Chairs. Hauulliu
etc., Sold Cheap for ('ash at the
Sofas, lied Lounges, Uuby dibs,
Whatnots, .Meat Rales, Truni;s,cic.,
Pin! lie,. HitHkets. Sewliii' Machines
Sold at the Lowest Cash Prices at the 1 X L Now and Second-hand Fur
niture House, comer Nuiianu and King streets.
S. W. KEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
84 Beretanta St.
Bell Tele. 280
LEWIS &c CDO-7
tkli'Ipiionio -mi 111 FORT STREET. n-.o-iioxar
- IMPOUTUItH. WIIOLr.SALI') AND UP.T.ML DP.ALKltS IN
Groceries and Provisions.
ON IUKJly each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California -Kriinh California Hull
llutter, Krozeu Oysters ami Kresh California Pruits, Pish, (lame, cgetables, etc.
A completo lino of Uruvo A- llluckwell's and J. T. Moiton'.s Canned and llottled floods
always on hand.
.lust received a Prosit Line of flcrmaii Pates and Potted Meats ami llottled .ic-crvcd
1,'n.ii.. i.iwln a., i'i.'k Miilii.u Itrnnil SiiL'ur Cined Hams and Uncoil. New llrcaKlast
('deals, Cream Oat Flakes and Oicaiu Wheat Plal.es, Sicily Lemons. California Itivor
sidu Oianges, Oregon Durbanl. Potatoes, etc. Satisfaction giiaiaiiteed.
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
gfg- For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
'jo? tf Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. P.
for S. F.
Sopl. 7 Spt. II
Oi!t.5 (M. VI
Nov. 2 Nov.'.)
Wo gladly oxienri our congratula
tions to Air.-,. Goodi'rhan upon lu-r
ii'cowiry, and hog to wiy for tin; gen
eral behoof that tho ailment which
oppri'M-od her for ho long a time is
unfortunately no ht ranger. Indiges
tion and dy.spopnia lie at 1 ho ynry
root of moat di.seases, for tho ieaou
that it arises in tho stomach, upon
the normal action of which good
health nuco.arily depends. If we
cannot digest our food ovorything,
ol course, goes wiong. por therein
is tho soniro of all tower, strongth,
and vitality. From indigestion ami
dyspopsia proceed those, poisons
which, entering tho blood, disorder
uvory organ and process of tho sys
tem. JJhi'Uinalisin, gout, bronchitis,
neuralgia, nervous prostration, most
forms of discuses peculiar to woman,
chronic headache, pain and weak
ness in tho muscles, menial dulness,
and loss ofjainbit ion all theso ami
otnor niieetions nro limiting moro or
less than results and signs of im
paired or paralysed digestion, in
short, thoy nro mere wunls, tho true,
and real disease being indigestion
In its ability to cure thin lies the
secret of the success of Seigel's
Syrup over what seems to be but in
iiil--i mult it iido of dill'eront mala
dies. It simply dislodges the key
stone, ami the arch falls to the
Duty of tho Hour.
Thoro are those in tho community
who look to the press as their pro
tector, safeguard and defender
against all moral evils that threaten
them. A paper's claim to a position
of enterprise and -watchful regard
for the best interests of tho country
must bo largely gauged by tho ful
fillment of its mission as a faithful
protector of national honor, business
interests and integrity, and tho guar
dian and promoter of all that tends
to the public, welfaro including tho
comfort and quiet of homo lifo.
That an attempt, is being made to
capture this fair land by an iniqui
tous lottery scheme that will uproot
all tho.e is well known, and it is a
matter of regret that the Bulletin's
first publicity of tho presence of tho
octopus is in the shape of commen
Hawaii has fallen upon critical
times, audit becomes her press to
be all the more watchful against tho
glittering baubles for temporary re
lief, and to make no hesitancy in
sounding the alarm and calling upon
the people to guard themselves
against its tempting ollurs and in
If it took all tho combined power
of the United States in support of
the popular cry to bo rid of tho
curse of the Louisiana lottery, shall
wo be any tho safer from its demoral
izing iulluoiK'os if it gains a foot
hold? What will not its bribing ten
dencies accomplish? It will bo satis
lied with nothing short of tho nation
itself. T. G. Tiiiium.
Inlands, $1; mailed to foreign countries, 5,
riMlK WKKICLY UULLKTIN
X uinns of Interesting Heading .Mutter.
tjclkpiionp: w. - 1. o. wjx no.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMI'OIITKKS AND D1ULKUS IN
Groceries, Provisions a.ncL Feed.
New (ioods llecelved by Pvery Packet fioiu the Kastem Slates and 1:uioki.
F1IKS1I OALIPOIINIA IMIODUCIH DY JJVKKY STKAMKU.
All Orders faithfully attended to and (ioods delivered to any part of the City free.
JkIiuiiI Orders soliclle.l. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blast Corner Fort, & Kins Streets.
Prom San Francleo
ALAMKDA, Oct. '.'I
MONOWAI, Dec. HI
Fiom Sydney for
MONOWAI. Nov. 17
ALA.MDDA, Dec. in
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Qahii.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Mairiage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt ,v
Scott's Fielghtiiud Parcel F.xprus,-.
Agent for the lliirlingtou I'oute.
Thoir Ways of Looking at It,
Boston .Man -If Alars has inhabit
ants wo might learn from them.
Xevv York Man If Mars is in
habited wo might sell to them.
Chicago Man Jf Mars is inhabit
ed wo might boriow from them.
AL KSTATi: imoKIIlt
-P.O. lio. lli
M hum 1. 13!)
Honolulu, 11, 1,
Thoy aro of Larfje Bizo.
Snooper When a Texas girl cries
she w-eops more copiously than a
poreou in any other Slate.
S way back Nonsense.
Snooper Well, she sheds Tuas
A Judicial Opinion.
Cliolly How do you know she
won't marry you, doah boy?
Chappie l'n'cedent, me deah fel
lah. She iievah has married any one.
Cholly -That's bo, by Jovol "
Some time since La Nature pub
lished tho following as a good gar
den barometer: One of the simplest
barometer is tt .spider's web, 'When
there is a piospoct of rain or wind, the
spider shortens tho lilainentri from
whiclfits web is suspended, and leaves
things in this state as long as the
weather is variable. If the insect
elongates its threads, it is a sign of
line, culm weather, the duration of
which may bo judged of by tho
length to which tho threads are let
out. If the spider remains inactive
it is a sign of rain; but if, on tho
contrary, it keeps at work during
the rain, the latter will not last
long, and will bo followed by lino
weal her. Other observations have
taught that t ho spiihir niakes changes
in its wob every twenty-four hours,
ami that if such changes aro made
in the evening, just before sunset,
tho night will bo clear and beautiful.
Whether these iuleiesting details
will apply to all varieties of spidors,
and to all countries, tho writer in
La Nature does not state. 4Yir ut
iM 5.1 i" ,J
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