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KSSa Our Environment.
B. '' FOIl TUT! MTM.KT1N.
Tho watershed ot Onhu,
Tho mountain' rugged height,
Tho shadow of the proVplce iteep,
Tho torrent ruthing down;
Tho clear hhie skies,
Tlio silvery linre,
Tlio north wind uontlv Wowing,
Tlio sunlight and tho 'day;
The gentlo rlpplo of tho stream,
Tlio waving ot tho trees,
Tho song 01 ninny hundred hlrd,
Tho troplo atmosphere.
Tho watershed of Onhu,
Tho driving of the clouds,
Tho howling of tlio tempest,
Tho thunder nnd tho storm j
Tho darkness nnd tho lightning,
Tho madness of tho tide,
Tlio hlnekncss of tho prus'plec,
Tlio driving of the rnfn;
Tho lofty crest of Lnnlhull,
Tho hidden ercst In cloud,
Tho whlrhv id of tho Pall,
Tho darki. nnd the daw
Last Friday nows was brou
n torriblo disaster at sea
was pickod up olT tho
coast, and tho exhausted survivors
woro ablo to toll of tho still moro
dosporato condition ot tho occupants
of another boat, supposed to bo fol
lowing tho first. A woman in a deli
cate condition and a baby were
sharing the awful hardships of the
open sea in n small ship's boat. Tho
vessol was American. In tho port of
Honolulu was lying a ship of the
much-vauiitod new navy. Moreover,
a largo number of local steamers
wore anchored in tho harbor waiting
for employment. Thanks to private
charity and generosity a short and
inotroctual search was made by tho
steamer Kiuau, whoso ownois decline
to receive remuneration for what, in
thoir opinion, was tho performance
of an act of common humanity.
Meanwhilo tho Boston lies calmly
as if nothing had happened. Her
search lights sweep tho heavens at
night, resting for a moment on the
hotel cupola, then another moment
on tho rising towor of tho American
church, then flash away to far AVai
kiki or olsowhore, calculated no
doubt to strike terror into tho Ha
waiian breast, and to show the futil
ity of trj-ing to evade tho searching
eye, not of Providence, but of Uncle
Sam. Thoro woro those who said
that it had been bettor if that light
had swept tho horizon beyond Ha
waii for that speck in tho wide
ocean, to which woro clinging a
mother and her child.
However, nothing absolutely Li
done, except that some theories are
propounded by the American Consul-General.
Besides this, nothing.
It is said on good authority that tho
captain of tho Boston offeied the
services of his ship, but that tho
American Minister declined the
offer. Ho was afraid, it is said, that
something might happen if tho Bos
ton woro to leave tho port. Here,
thou, two reflections arise. First,
why is tho Boston horo at all? and,
secondly, is it not manifest now that
thoro are occasions when wo are de
prived of the matornal protect,
tho United States and need a sm.
force of our own?
Finally, scoing that humanity was
being sacrificed to miserable con
siderations of politics, a member of
tho Hawaiian Legislature moves that
stops bo taken immediately to at
tempt relief to tho unfortunate cap
tain and his family. This poor little
kingdom, not in any way connected
with tho disaster, was about to rescue
citizens of tho United States because
tho representatives of their own
country would not move hand or
foot. And this is tho country to
which tho Advertiser invites us all
to address ourselves for permanent
protection and relief! An English
man-o'-war would have been under
weigh within two hours of receiving
tho intelligence. Tho fact is tho
American Republic has so much to
think of at homo that it has no timo
to spond over such trilles as ship
wrecks. And, if in an unfortunate
inomont of mental obstruction, Ha
waii woro ovor to seek admission to
tho Union sho would find that this
little kingdom would bo too small
to occupy tho absorbing interest
which, according to tho Advoitisor,
would bo directed to hor interests.
Bhamo on Him,
Editok Bulletin :
Hon. John E. Bush at the armory
mooting on Sept. 2(5 is reported to
have compared his countrymen to
an animal, known as tho hog. Shame!
shame! Groat God! Mr. Editor,
when John E. Bush had hardly one
single friend in Hawaii, it was those
Bamo poor unfortunate "tiwino"
countrymen of his, that came to tlio
rescue and lifted him up; and twice
placed him in a position of honor,
in the legislative halls of Hawaii
nei. But, novor more will J. 13.
Bush grace tho Legislature with his
superior "intellectual unuality." His
"swino" countrymen will never for
givo or forgot him. As for tho party
that ho is cuddled with at present,
they will, at tho next general elec
tion, shun him as they would a viper.
A Good Thing to Keep at Hand.
From the Tray (Kansas) Chief.
Somo years ago wo woro very much
subject to sovoro spoils of cholera
morbus; and now when wo fool 11113
of tho symptoms that usually pro
ceed that ailment, such as sickness
at tho stomach, diarrluua, etc., wo
become scary. Wo have found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Uemedy tho very thing to
straighten ono out in such cases, and
nhyays keep it aboil.. Wo are not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to lot our readers know what is
a good thing to keep handy in I ho
house. For sale by all d
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for i
PorsoiiH troubled with chronio
diarrhcua should try Oliainborlnin's
Colic, Cholera ami Dinrrluwi Jfo
mody. Many casos liavo boon ourod
by it aftor all olbo hud failed and
skillod physicians woro poworlosH.
For salo by nil doalors. Benson,
Smith ii Co., Agents for tlio Hawai
" Put Your Sparo Timo In tho Bank."
Did you ever hrar of the Australian
Time 'Hank (Lhnitcd)t Nof 1IVH,
then, you must know about it, and
right away, too.
Mr. Anstoy describes it. Tho idea
is this. You don't use all your timo
to advantage. Most of it in fact
runs to waste. You often have tho
time, but no chance to invest it pro
fitably. So the timo slides out of
your possession, just as spilled water
soaks into the ground and is lost.
Stipposo you could put your usoloss
tune into a uaiiK, ns you 110 money,
and diaw it out on checks as you
want it. Do you see? Wouldn't that
bo what tho 'Americans call "A big
"lloshl Stuff! Humbug!" you say.
"If is impossible. If wo could do
that wo might bank time enough to
turn us into boys and urirls again."
True, so wo might, but as you say,
it can't be done. Yet, isn't there a
moral in the idea? Ojion your oyos
and read. The moral is plain as the
trunk on an elephant. If you can't
get hack your waste time, then don't
Now, isn't a man wasting timo
when he gets ill? "Oh," you sa-,
but ho can t help it." That s worse
nonsense than the Timo Bank. Yes,
ho can help it, nine times out of ton.
Look for a second. Hero's a man
who goes on to talk like this: "Thoro
was never," ho says, "a stronger man
in England than I was up to Decem
ber, 1SSJ. 1 am a gamekeeper, and
about this time wo had a deal of
trouble with a gang of poachers. I
had to keep watch all night long,
and was scarcely ovor in bed, and
often slept in my damp clothes. At last
wo nabbed the poachers and landed
them in jail. Shortly after this 1
was taken bad. At first I merely
felt tired and dull. 1 had a bad
taste in the mouth with slime cover
ing 1113- tongue and teotn. 1 coma
eat little or nothing, and what I did
eat gave mo groat pain. 1 felt as if
held in a vice; my breathing was
labored and short, and I spat up a
great deal of phlegm. T had a dread
ful hacking cough, and could get no
sleep at niuht: for after ton minutes'
sleep I would wake up and cough
for two or three hours at a spell.
Night after night I heard the clock
strike every hour.
"When the bad attacks came on I
felt as if I should suffocate, and had
to be bolstered up in bed. I was
coughing and spitting up matter
and phlegm all night long. Finally
I got so weak 1 couldn't walk across
tho floor, and if I ventured out my
breathing was so bad that I had to
stop and rest ovory fow yards. Of
course I was obliged 0 give up 1113'
work, and for eight months I did
nothing. 1 was under the doctor all
this time, and from tho first ho said
my case was a bad ono. Aftor a
while ho said to 11)3' wife, 'Your hus
band is in a lonsuvqition, and will
never get better.'
"I thought it was all over with
mo, and everyone who saw 1110
thought T would die. About this
time T read in a Liverpool paper of
a medicine called Mother Soigel's
Curative Syiup, and fancied I should
liko to try it. So my sou, who lives
111 Liverpool, not 1110 two uotties.
and boforo I had used up tho second
ono my cough, was all gone, my
breathing was easy, and 1 could eat
anything. I soon got back to 1113'
work, and have enjoyed good sound
health ovor since. When I began
taking tho Syrup I was so low I
don't boliovo I could have held out
much longer. 1 have lived all 1113
life in this district, and in 1113" pre
sent house fort3' years.
(.Signed) "Thomas Bateman,
"Near Whitchurch, Salop.
".March 2:lrd, 18J1."
What aro wo to learn from Mr.
Bateman's experience? First, that ho
had no real consumption. His cough
and the spitting up of matter woro
S3mpt 0111s of a thoroughly disorder
ed condition of tho digestive organs,
brought on 1)3 exposure, loss of rest,
and the breaking up of all his regu
lar habits of lifo. This resulted from
his outlying for tho poachers and
his foolish sleeping in his damp
clothes. Acuto indigestion and dys
pepsia followed, of course, with all
the suffering which ho details so
well. But was tho illness his fault?
Wo do not sa3f it was his fault, for
maybe his occupation compelled
him to take such risks, but where
thoro is 0110 case of this kind there
are a hundred in which tho ovil
might have been averted.
Wo conclude then that prevention
is bettor than euro, but when a euro
must bo sought, tho successful and
trustworthy remedy is Mother Soi
gel's Syrup. Mr. Batoman told John
Wilkinson this, and his account will
soon bo printed.
Something New in Hanges.
The Pacific IIaiidwahe Co., (L'd.),
haws just received an invoice of the
M. it D. Witoi'uiiT Steei. Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yot invented. Thoy have
been adopted by tho United States
Navy and tiro in u.so on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other now vessels. Also on sovoral
of tho now vessels latoby built for
the trade between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of those Ranges
will at onco show their innii3' advan
tages over all competitors.
For Mouldings, Frames, Pastels, Arto
types, Photogravures, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King liros,, Hotel street.
QJIOOTIXd OK OTJinitWISU THIIS
O passlnu 011 Wulalao Uincl.s lx Htrlctly
forbidden. 1'. It. IBKNHKW).
September mi, 18!).'. OT-i-lw
L to leave tho Kingdom
011 October. 'Id,
requests tlmt all liills iigaiimt him hu prc
houtecl for payment between now and bop-
temlier ,'IOtli. I' nil power 01 attorney will
bo given to my nephew, Young Jlo, to
tram-act my business in my ubsunce.
Honolulu, Bopt. 'i, lb'J.', roO-7t
MIT, U0YA1. HAWAIIAN 1I0TK1.C0.
hns Iened tho property belonging to
,V. Herbert. Ki.. in Wnlklkl, which for
tho present, will lie open to the public ns
nn annex 01 tho Hotel, nnd will bo known
us tho "Hotel Turk Annex." llcsldcs the
mnln lion io there nro Three Cottages nd
mlrnbly adapted for fiunille?:
1 Tho "Windmill Cottage1
1 containing 5
Hounis, lvltchcji and Lann
2 The "Green Coltn
lor, I Hed Rooms, Kite!
icn, rim try, Hiitli
3 Tho "Seaward Cottage" with t Good
Itooms and a Dressing Itoom.
All tho Cottages nro well-nppoiiitcd in
Furniture. Fittings, etc., and tenants will
bo entitled to bathing privileges. The sea
bathing being unsurpassed 011 the Island.
The Main lluildlug will be reserved for
the use ot the guests of tho Hotel, but It
may bo rented for l'ienics, llathiug Tar
tics", Pinners and Hnnees, etc., for nil which
pnrjMiscs il oilers exceptional ndvnntagcs.
A elinrge of Twenty-live t$2.") Dollars will
be inaile for tho use of the House and
Grounds including llathing, Lights, etc.;
prepayment Is required for intended uso of
the Main lluildiug and Grounds.
Ctt For further particulars applleation
should be Hindu to the Manager of the
itoyni Hawaiian jioiei
IM. G. IRWIN & CO.
OKFKIl FOR SAI.IJ
AI.KX. C'KOSH A hOKH'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
We aie also prepared to take orders for
Messrs. IT. Olxlancit Sc Oo.'s
Insuring prompt delivery.
"- This is n superior l'aint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lusting brilliancy to colors,
tided with driers it gives a splendid lloor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
l'AKUTINK 1'AINT t'O.'s
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
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.
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BREWERS OF FINE BEER
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops!
JMTSo Corn or Corn Preparations used in place of Malt, ns is done by other Knst
cm llrcwerles, In order to cheapen the cost of their Deer, and to compete with our
w",M.nnt.oil nit insth fnmed article.
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With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery In the World.
Brewing Capacity: 6 kettles every 21 hours, G,000 Barrels, r 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops : 7,300 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Projmvatioiis arc used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
nost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
'iNNUALSiniTiNC Cavahtv : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Anhi.uhi:ii-!iiacii (3d. have carried oil' the Highest Honors nnd the Highest
Glass Gold Medals wherever they bao competed. At all of tlio International Exhibi
tions thioughont the world their lleer Hxccllcd All OtbeisI
This Company have propaicil :i Special Brand of their Highest Guide Beer for the
Hawaiian Islands, known as "SPECIAL BUKW," with a hund-ome label and in White
Bottles, which, with their best "EXPORT ANHEUSIJR" in Dark Bottles, heretofore
imported, we will now supplj to the Timlu in Quantities to Suit.
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104 init Street, Honolulu..
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumaim St., Ground Floor,
JiAIKJID ASSORTMENT OF NEW (JOOUS !
Royal Worcester, Crowii
IsTe-w Rugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
G-. "W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Admits Tor tho Hawniian-'Islands.
Derby, Wedgewood and Other
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
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At prices which we established on
commencing 0A8H llnsiness.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bou.qu.ot, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Gakos 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
See our Fine Kino of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
CeF Call nnd cc our Goods befote buy
ing el-owhcre. Last but not least
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AND AT l'ltlOKS "WHICH YOU WILL
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FOR SUOH HIGH GRADE GOODS.
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T. 1". BKVKItlN.
A. W. I10L8TKK.
Fort st., over F. Gertz's Shoe Store.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT YIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such as Natives Making Pol Grass Houses
Hawaiian Stylo Hiding Hulahnla
Dancers Cocoanut Groves Palm
and Date Qroves Street Views
and Uuildlngs War Vessels
Shipping and Jfarino
Views, Etc., Etc.
Also a Largo Collection of all Prominent
and Interesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islands, cither Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made up to Order at the most llensonablo
Bates in Honolulu.
Cabinets S6 and 85 a Dozen.
100 V. 0. Box 4'JS Itf
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Wm. G. Irwin, - President nnd Manager
Glaus Spreckels, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. GiU'urd, Secretary nnd Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FHAN0IBCO, OAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
J. O. Carter l'resiclent nnil Manager
(J. H, ltuhurtbon Trcauuror
K. F. lllxlioii . . . Secretary
W. F. Allen Auditor
Hon. O. It. Iliulion
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Envelopesnt Letter Circulars;
Sporting Scores &tecords,
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General Book (Work,
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