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VOL. VIII. NO. 1083.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1894.
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rhant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Isl
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakea street. Uonolula, aforesaid.
for the paper "Kdllor
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using a personal address may cause delay
lin..HriHi, and Uialiu in LOMeaa and
.i.i. Kiaim or Duildimu Matiriau.
Kurt Btreet. Honolulu.
H. KAOKFKU ft 00.,
IUnnL INihmiiiiiiii A'iiir.
Jomer Kort aud Ijueen Btrwti, Hotiulul u.
MO. a. SaflTHIXa.
Vi'i riiidaaa .eoUaittiuL HimmaM Aninr.
Mahuiona, Kohala, Hawaii.
ATMHNVAt-l.a ANP NllTAVf I'HBIHS
No. 18 Kaahumano Bt., Honolulu.
K. ilk ill Jewelr
V a specialty,
ild to all kinds of i
Mnineruy Block, FortBtreeU
' J. WILLIAM8.
TD Ool CelloetloB of liliod Vli.
HONOLULU IKON WOBKS,
rtraii Bnuinis, Hikias Milw,
tV)OLKIV. HON, BAS, ANH
Macbluery of Kvery Deecrlptlon Made to
tJjdB' ftrtlcular attention paid to Hhlps'
BlaoksmlthliiK. Job Work eieouled at
E. A. JACOBSON,
Watciimakku and .Ikwklkk
rVH Port Bireet,
0. Box Ui7.
Honolulu, H. 1,
DR. C. W. MOORE,
I4tt) Van Nets Ave., 8. F Oal.
Bleflaat Apartment (or Patients.
KLU-TRIUITY IN NIBVOl'8 niHKASIil.
' Dr. Moorn orTun InvaliilH nil Hi.
comforts of home, with nnnutRtit utwl inn.
f nl tratmenu Itfcrs to H. It. Mucfarlane.
- nmrOT IMfOBTKR or
KNUI.IBH AND CONTINKNTAI.
Vo r Khntnmui street.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kstlinates given on all kluds ol
HTONK.CONtlHKTK J'LASTKK WOKK
saw cwu-Krr a nrtciALTT J
JOHN F. BOWLER
a B. RIPLEY fi ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Orrii'ti New Bnfe DeMislt lliillilln,
Fort street, Honolulu, II, I,
Plans, BM-cltlcAtlons and Superintend,
uoe given (or Kvery Description of Build.
Ing. Old Buildlngii succestfully Kemod.
lied and Kularged, Designs for Interior
Decorations. Maps or Mechanical Draw
ing, Tracing and Blue Printing, Drawings
fur Vook or Newspapar llluslrailnn,
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO.
UKKKK KOK 8AI.K
tLIL. ciou a OM
Celebrated Hl&h Grade Caoe Manures.
We are also prepared to take orders for !
14 wares N. 0rll0.rvdt 4 Oo 'sj i
Insuring prompt delivery
AT-This In a nuperlor Paint Oil. con
turning less pigment than Unseed Oil. and
(firing a lasting brilliancy to colon.
Died with drier It give a splendid Hnor
FairbankCaaaing Co.' Coraed Beef ,
unKfttnu taint ia.'
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
leed't Pateoi Steam pipe Coming
Jarbooa' Diamond, Enamel Rter
Kspeoially designed for Vnuuuin ,i.
Oatiloni Plre buraraace Co.,
London A Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., J
Assets, 14,317,052. i
Tkanoiand Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Lite Ins. Co.,
G. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Win. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. (1. Irwin.
W. M. Olfliird,
Tlio. 0. Porter
President and Manager
Heeretary aud Treasurer '
- AOKNT& Of TIU -
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FKANC1BCO. OAL.
G. BREWER & CO.
P. 0. Jones.
O. H. Kohnrtson.
K. F. Bishop.
W. F. Allen.. .,
0. M. Oooke
t L farter
Bearetary A Treasurer
OlTY GltKIAGE CO.,
t'omnr King and Bethel Bin.
BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Fine Carriages & Civil DrlvorH
To he hud at nil hours.
J. iS. ANOltADK,
HW tf Mioisger
Atlas Assurance Co.
A83KTP, . 110,000,000.
Srfents fill IUslln Islands.
PKK BAHK "0. I). IIKYANT."
OF ALL BTTLCS!
Carpets, Rugs and Hats
fn the Latest Patterns,
" HOUSEHOLD "
BAND 8EWINQ MACHINES.
All with the Latest Improvement
ALSO ON HAND
Parlor Organs, Guitars,
ED. HOPFSCHLAEGER & GO,, j
King Btreet, oppo. Castle A Cooke.
II USTACE & CO.
All kinds In any quantity fnun
bag to a ton.
From one tag to any iiaullt
In l.fu lengths and Bawrd or Bplit,
from a hag to any quantity; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Between Alakea and
UNDKKBIONKll Aim PiMf.
imrrd to innlm all kln.u ,r i....
Brass, Bronte, Zlno, Tin and Lead CaU
IIIKN. Also B QeiU'ral Kvimlr Hhin I...
Wlni tfc!'Kll.IMi.. "?". mit Coro "ills,
Water Wheel. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for tht CluanliiK of Collee, Castor Oils,
Heatih, Kamle, Binal, Pineapple leaves and
" uruua riani. uiui raicr Block.
Also Mnclilnea for Kitractlng 8larrh from
mr mnmtxi, Arrow uooi, ew.
All orders promptly attend.! i.t
WHITE, HITMAN a CO.
I The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. a.ici ColTee
AT ALL UODBa
l'HK FINEST IJHAND.S OK
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWATtt on hand
K. J NOLTE, Prop,
"Sans Souci" Hotel
fktnhrt f7, 1803.
ttich olil-ftuhionrtt thingi
' iintumr linxrt
nt iiirtly tcentT'j,
yum, jiurt tnr, eienr ttn
niiirr, iWNi rwNI (lull ftt'llen'y llllllf(i Amiij;
iiuf 6riT hit tyft eirry evtnliuj mcr the J'uei'
fie mid the lUUint hills nf ll'iii.iimc, rrcom-
iiifiul him eimllnllii to the "inn Smei."
ine ".vi ii j .Vnci."
T. A. SIMPSON,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
81 KING ST
( Wll0lesae a1(j R(Jlajj Butchers
(i ; wiiiui
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
Occidental and Oriental S. S, Go,
For YOKOHAMA ui HONQKONQ.
Steamers ol the above Companies will ;
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
porta on or about the following dates t ;
Blinr "CHINA" ..
Htiur "CHINA" .
Btmr "OCKA NIC"
Bcptember 3, 1801
..October 2, IBM
November 12, 1K)I
.DcreiiiUr 11, 18U
. January 21, 1KO
February 1, 1S
. April 2. lew.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Bteamers of the abore Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the abore port on
or about the following dates: '
Btmr "CITY OF KIO DB J ANK1 KO"
Julv 10. 1KM
Btiur"BKLOIC". ... AugunV-H 1NM
I Btmr "CITY OF PKKINU'9.. ......
October 9, 18!H
i 8tmr"OCKANIO" NoTomber ll, 1KM
Btmr "CHINA". Dfcember 31 IfOI
Btmr"(IAKLIO" . February 10, 1KO
8tmr"PKUU" March 2S Ib'JS
Btmr "OAKHO" . .April 28, lKuft
, RATES OP PASSAGE ABB AS FOLLOWS:
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, ronnd trip 12
,m Passengers paying full
allowed 10 percent off return fa
fare will be
rn fare tf return-
lug within twelre months,
rm- Kor Krelghl and 1'assane nppl) to
H. HACKFELD ft CO.,
mi ti Ageats.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Hail Service.
the New and Flno A I Bteel Bu-miii.
" ALAMEDA "
Of the Oceanic Bteamshlp Company will
be due at Honolulu from Hydii"rsnil Auck
land on or about
A."'A w"! .'.fre ,or l,1 'w I" with
Mails and Passengers on or about lhaldate.
For 8ydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al BU'el BlcHiushlp
" MONOWAI "
Of the Ot.-eanlo Bteamshlp Comiani will
le due at Honolulu, from Ban Frarmiwo,
on or alxiut
And will hum
prompt denit4tii with
Mails and Paneugr for the above port
The uuderslgueil are now prepared to iMsur
THKOUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED 3TATES
For fllrthnr LMrtlnilUr ,m..,.i.u
freight or Passage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F.
Deo. 1 .
for B. F.
. July '.'I
. .Aug. 18
... .Deo. H
Krom Ban FrHiiulsoo
Krom Bydney for
MONOWAI. Auir. 2
MONOWAI Oct. 'i!
PnbUc, Collector and
hiili-Hgeiit lor Bi'Vcml of the llesl 11 UK
I NUU HA Nt'K UO.M PAN I KB.
Palenlee ol Loie'a Uliemlcal Cotapouod lor
Olarllyiug Uaue Juice.
Mutual TelephoiiH H, p, (I, lint .'i. i
Mcrcliiint Btreet, Honolulu.
I Rn UP M11- Telephones 122'
Mixed at Hiilllliger'stihoelnKHhiii.
Ulleen street, liner I
Mteatueri ol the above Line, running In connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
I Between Vancouver, II.
0.. and Hvdnov.
AJR,EJ DUE AST
On or about the dates
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B 0.-
. .August 1
Tarongb TtokiU Unid troa Honotnln
faIHHT AND rAKKKIKIRH IHOTC
D. MtNICOLL, Montreal, Canada
KOBKKT KKKB. Winnipeg, Cntmda
M. M. BTKKN, Ban Francisco, Cat.
O. McL. BKOWN, Vaneodver, B 0.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
I). Wiloss, Prei. H. B. Koia, n,.
lUrr. J. A. Kino, PortBupL
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. u., touching at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Makrna the
same day; Mahukuna, Kawaihaeand Lau
pahoeboe the following day, arriving at
llilo at midnight.
, OcU 10
. Nov. 0
Kelunilng leaves Hllo, touching at l.au- I
tiahoehoenmuday; Kawalhae a. m.; Ma-I
biikuna 10 a. M., Makeua i c ., Mualara I
Bay U r. M.: Lahalna n r. u. tl. lulinvln,.
day; arriving at Honolulu i a. m. Wednen
days and riaturdays.
AKKIVKB AT HONOLtll.ll.
Oct. 'J I
1 1.... 1 K
1 Baturday . .
. Deo! .t
No Prelifht will he rnvlvi.1 aflr
Vi noon on day of sailing. j
win leave iiunolulu ever
ui. II nolo. H
t. u louchiiig at Kahiil
Hamna and klpahnlu
Keturnlug will arrive at Honolulu every
!u rreiKhl will
l retwivnl aft.tr
4 r. m. on uayol sailing.
Consignees must I al tlir lamting to
receive their Freiulit, as we will not hold
ourselves rcsiMinsihle after iuh Freight
has been landed.
While the Company will u.e due dill
gence In handling Live Block. e deeliue
my responnihllity in ra ttt the
loss of same.
flie Company will not he rei.onlule for
Money or Jewelry milens jilaredln llieeare
W. W. AHANA,
323 XTxxaua.u Otrwwt.
English. Scotch and Amerlcao Goods.
htyle and Fit riuarnnteed.
Clojuiing fe Repairing
Mutual Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
1'ltACTIOAL CSUN-.MAKKU I
I licgto lufnrin BMirting Men aud the
(luiierul I'nlillc llmt 1 uiii prepiired to He
pair aud Itenovato every decriitiou of
KlriiirniH. (lutm, Itlllm and HcvulverN
xlclllfitily Hostockcd. llliuilugnud llinwii
lug done in any shade. First-cliiHS work
uuinxhlp guarautetxl Ciihtiiniirt promptly
PNION BTKKKT IIONOl.l'l.lt
,I0 ykn kioio a m.t
U Viiunuu Hln-.'i.
j TiMmlths pinm EtOs.SSSH
lIHOCKKItY and OLArUUV A UK
it. 8. W ami calling nt Victoria. II
below stated, vis..
From Victoria- and Vnncouvor, B
for 8uvn and Sydnoy
8lmr "AKAWA" .. .
. August 21
to Canada, doited Slate end Europe.
For Freleht and Palate anil all
lleneral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co.. L'd,
AijrnUnr the nirniwin l$lnndi
HOP HING & CO.,
un HOTKL bTKKKT,
Wholesale Dealers In
Liquors and Hiila utprs
General Chinese Merchandise
aiTH as -
Oils, Itlco. Matting,
tlhiuese BIIUh, Klc,
English and American Qroceriot
By Kvery (.'oust Steamer
MUTUAL TKI.KPHONK 147
REGAN VAPOR 4 PACIFIC GAS
' , , . , i ' Ul1"' ''nu to luldt
ihflMS d( aAUMJlK!:??
' biiiny nothing i't fun
I oauio ulnar, unci tlio
THE BEST IN THE HARXET.
Ki9 TllO)' ClUIIIOt lit MirpUHHIM
1 for motivo powor.
8KND FOB UATAUKltIK
IIW ti Bole Agent, Nuuatiu streel.
THIS SPACE IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Co.
nOU and till King Btrrrt.
torner King A Niiiiauu Bts,
Knw. Woi.tkr, Mmiager.
Finest of Wines & Liqnors
Billiard 6c Reading Room
rUKK TO rATKONH.
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Oar. Allen & Port SU..
Dullar Map o! Honolulu
FOR, BO OIONTB
til till' llAII.Y
ill riTlllVH Iu
return Huvr's NUrur llosoi.inti. sluevlni!
ull thestieeU uiui dlttuiiov., Thu regular
pllre nt tliH Map Is 11. r'ltit coins, lirst
wtwi. in supply is linuieu,
Girls of tho Right Sort.
"My dtuiijhter, nubs ynu can uark tht
hipnirthe cowtt, she iclll man itrikt
thr rockt, mid W thttll nil be hit."
So nitl tli) captain of a fino mr
chant vessel to his daughter. Ho
was right; it wa thuir only chauco.
Thi li.irk .1 iii'iin, 700 toun, was bound
from Cuihaveii to llio with a geu
eral cargo. Shu had scarcely left
ttort wheu tho captaiu was disabled
by a brokon leg. A mutiny follow
ed. Under threat of bad weather
tho Aniun anchored in a bight of a
bay ou the dangerous coast of Corn
wall. Here tin ollicers and all of
the crow deurted. A furious cyclo
nic southwest gale arose. The an
chors draggetl, and the girl burned
a Hare ou ueck. 1 he llluooal re
sponded, but was staved against the
ship's side by a sea. All the boat's
crow were lost except the eoxswaiu
who gained the deck. Ho was not a
sailor, yet. with him alono under her
orders, this girl, who too a sailor,
cut both cables, set some headsail,
aud got out into the open. It was
touch and go, but true grit uou.
Three weeks longer the girl com
manded boforo help came. Yet it
did come finally, and so did tho wed
ding of tho hnudsomo young eox
swaiu autl tho captain's beautiful
and heroic daughter.
Aud yet there are some fools left
who say wo must look to men chietly
for courage aud intelligence. .Sttilf
and nouseusel Any woman will
scream when she sees a mouse (that's
mere nerves), autl ten minute later
she will meet disater or death with
, a quiet smite. Then, too, women
i have n genius for throwing in a sug
' gestiou exactly when it is wanted.
A man writes this way: "I came
home dejected," so he goes on, "and
didn't know what to do; but my
daughter said "
I Hut wait a minute. Before we
i hear what his daughter aid, let's
j have Am story from the start, ship-
aiiape ami liristoi fashion. Me says:
"In December, 18'.HI, I was suddenly
taken one day with an excruciating
pain in the pit of the stomach ami
in the right side. Kor twelve bourn
1 could neither sit nor lie dowu.
1 The medical man who examined mo
gave mo some medicine, but ou tho
second daj jaundice sol in, aud from
that time 1 sulTercd from a similar
j attack about once every three weeks,
livery remedy was tried without
avail: nothing did tlieslighte.it good.
I Tho kidney secretiou was Hoiuothing
I frighllul, being a masa of matter,
blood, and bile.
"This continued five months, and
i 1 grow weaker and thinner every day.
My friends thought nothing could
I save me. .Many urgetl mo to have
I further advice, as al this time tho
secretions were much worse, autl tho
motions resembled white clay. An
other tit I nek came ou, nntl as I was
daily getting worro. 1 said, '1 will see
tho doctor lirst, and if ho can do mo
uo good, I will seek further medical
"Accordingly I went tn see him,
but ho wan from home, ami would
not return until lato at night. I
camo home dejected and tint not
know what to do, but nuj itaunhhr
mill, ' Wliij ilnn't you Iry Mother Stujtl't
Cnriifiir .Siimpf W'ohoar it has cured
so many. If it does voti uo good, it
will do uo harm.' 'Vell, 1 said lo
her, 'I will try a bottle.'
"I then began to take it, and out
rils win, for
see such a
came clear, and the motions a
healthy color. From that timo I
daily gained health and strength,
autl in a short time I was as well as
ever iu my life, autl have had uo re
turn of the (lieoaoo.
"1 can, therefore, speak of this
tnediciuu iu tho highest terms, for,
uuder God's lilessiiur. it cured mo
i wheu nothing olo hud tho slightest
Tho above communication is from
a business mail of high character iu
tho county of Urecou. I'or especial
reasons he desires his name to bo
j willllioltl lor tile pre-elll, lint wo
I freely pledge our own reputation to
the truth of his statement. The
i date is February 1'J, Ib'.tU.
Tho attacks winch would prob
ably have soon ended his life were
i of severe kidney aud livor conges
' t ion, growing nut of profound in
digestion mid dyspop.-da His sys
' teiu was HiMideil with liilo acid poi
sons, and ho may thauk Heaven for
i hating a duuglitcr who made the
rigui suggestion at n critical mo
ment. Iu courage ami good suuso
she is like the other noble girl who
saved her father's ship from wreck
while he lay helpless in his cabin.
Success at loud thorn iu their owu
life voyages, say we.
Australia,' New Champion Killed.
Harry Laing, who recently won
! the heavy-weight championship of
I Australia, ami was about to journey
I lo (his country to challenge C'orbett
or Jackson, was killed by being ruu
Hver by a railroad near'Wotiganui,
I Australia, a fortnight ago. Laing
i was looked upon iu tho Colonies as
the coming man iu I lie pugilistic
I world, liu tho 1st of .lauuary of
j this ear he whippotl Joo (Jodtfard
handily autl prior to that ho had do
' featetl such men as I'ottiugill, Low-
rie, Uutiniiighiim, Uicliardsou, Tigg.
I Dick Matthews, and others. Ho
met his only defeat when hu went
l against Frank Slavln, but those who
wuno-uHl llio contest were of tho
opinion that in another "go" ho
would turn the tattles on Slnviu.
Ho won his title by defeating Uod
tlaid Mr. Geo. F., Hoard in an in author
Uod collector (or Hollistur ii Co,