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VOL. VIII. NO. 1149.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1894.
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iauy uuuetin A'uousmng
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LXWKKS ft OOOKX,
llUI-OaTAka ADA DSALBAA IB LOMSSS AMD
all tiarx or BciLDiao Matsaula.
Fort Btrvet, Honolulu.
H. UAOK'XLD OO.,
Oorrisi Kort and tjueen Btreeia, HimuhhIii.
NO. . HKITH1JE8.
AviTluaeat hiIUmiu Hi'ainwi iatu,
Mahiikoua, Kohal. Hawaii.
A.TTOA1IT-0T !. AMI. NuTAAl fllll.lt.,
No. IS Kaahunianu Hu, Moiiiiiulu
Jawulry a iptwialty. Partiouiai
pain to an
kind of rupatrA
Oampbwll Block. Merchant Btrect.
HOHOI.ai.TJ IBON WOBKB,
HraAAt Knuimm, Bpoaa Milia, BmtiM,
Ooaliu. laoM, Bkaaa, and I,bai
Maohltiery of Krery Description Mad to
Order. Particaiar attentlou paid to Bhlp'
BlaektuiUhlUK. Job Work eiaootwl at
E. A. JACOBSON,
Watohmarkh and .Jkwkljch
603 Fort Btreet, Honolulu, H. I.
P. O. Bo ffl7. Mutual Tale. V.
DR. C. W. MOORE,
1400 Van Niw Arr.. B. P., Cat.
Eley&at AputneiU for PatieaU.
auitrraiiuTT i habtocs diabaaba.
ttf Dr. Moore orient luvalidv all tht
oouilorta of home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Uefera to U. U. Macfarlantr.
C B. RIPLEY & 1UTHUB REYflOLDS,
OrriOBi New Baf DeiaiHlt UuiMlriK.
Fort etreet, Houolulu, H. 1.
Plans, Bpeclflcatloni and Buperluund
anoa given for Kvery Deocriptlon of Build
Ing. Old Buildings aaccensfully Reuioit
ailed and Bnlarged. Dealgmi for Interinr
DroratlnnA. Maxw or Menhanlrai I raw
ing, Tracing nnd Blue Printing. DrawiuK'
for Book or NuwbpApur llluitrutlou.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
St KING SI
Wholesale iind Retail Butchers
v NAVT CONTH ACTORS
.O, J, Wallib, i i Maua(or.
WH. G. IRWIN 4 GO.
OFFER KOR BAL -
Celobnusd Hlb Grade Cane Binary
Wa ere also pftata1 to tut ontars foi
a4etni-n M OhlnndtAOo.'i
Insuring prompt dallvari
aw- mis it superior I'alut Uil. con
suming as pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a laatlng brilliancy to color,
llr-ed with drli" U gives a splendid Moor
ralrhaok Caaaiag Co.' CoraM Bi
una fAilT oo.
Corapoonds, Roofing & Papers,
itid'i Pit'Bt Stein Plat Cofinii
Jarbot' Oiaaoiri, JBmbhI ft Bver
Rnwciaily dnlKncd for Vacuuni fan.
Wm. O Irwui,
Thn. tl. Port?
Pratldaut and Mauatr
BrrUry and Treaiurar
Co tu mission AkCHiit
nrNi ir Tile
Oceanic Steamship Companf,
UK HAN PKANUlHrp. UAL.
VING FAT CO.,
tint to Inform tha public thai tha have
clooil tlm I'rnncli htro nt.ti'i Nuuanu
itrcitt. hut thev will meetthtlrcu-
tomcr!) at their old aland on
KIiik utrt-et, wham itify
HKIIIUKiM BRTB, OHAIKH,
8TANDB, Etc., Rtc, Ktc.
Pamltmre Rtaatrad aa Otaml JokUaa
at Rwioaabla Rata.
VING PAT CO.,
Btx Tel. 881. Mctoal Tkl. 607.
P. O. BOX 821.
la) A ISO FORT BTUKET.
Blacksmithing lN fNKB.
OrderB fnini the other Ulanda In
Bnlldlno, Trlmmlug, Painting, Eto , Etc.,
Promptly Attended to
W V. WRIGHT, Pkop.
iHiiriwHMtr to O. Want,i
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Monday, September 10th
At I) o'clock a.m., at Ktiinia Hall, corner
of Nuuamiaiid Hori'tanlii strceiH.
Mias llaunnh K Mistn.aii, a principal of
XHViTril )iura' t'Xjiorleiieu In the (inldeii
(lain Kri'P Kiiidi'ruurtoiiH of bnn FrnucUco
will linvu HUirvli.iou ol tlm work liur.
KlnderKiwtiiii ImiirHi from (Ho I'J. Titl-
A trilllilnu clnra for KlnilnruArtvnora.
withtlnuit aluriiium h.cslonH eiuili wcuk,
will ho iiru iiilzcil by MIm INmiimii, on
Tuuviluy, Hi'iit'iulM-r l'tli. ut 'i o'clook, In
tli" I'lihH-riM.m ut Kmiim Mull.
Tuition lor liuliiliiKuuiHNt lit) jut uioiitli.
ApiilluutliiiiN fur luliiHMtluii intlio K mlvr
Knrlcli or training Huns may lo iimdu lo
t ! iirliuiial, MIm KnKtiniiii, or to Mm,
llnrili t l.'nitlx Colrmaii, Klimnnlal Hu Hi
lary Honolulu Fiee Kltidergariuns.
HarttoN Plre IinruM Ch
Loartna ft Uauutlre Fire lit. Ce
Thamr ui HsffMy arlMlBft.C.,
Np Turk LU 1m. tX,
G. 0. BER6ER,
Qeieral AfMt !er Itwtlki IiUkU.
Com pan j,
All Biiirta in any quantity Irmu
hag to a ton
Viiiu our Dag to any qiiantllf
In 4-fL lengths and Bawed or Bpllt
from a bag to any quantity; alan
WHITE & BLACK SAN I)
U aUaaaraa ftraata.
'PHK UNDKUBIONED ABB PRE
X pared to make all klnda of Iron,
Braia, Bronie, Zlno, Tin and Lead Cast
ings. Also a General Repair Bhop for
Bteam Engines. Rice Mills, Corn Mills.
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc Machines
for th Cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oils.
Beans, Ramie, Blaal, Pineapple Leaves and
other Fibrous Plant and Paper Block.
Also Machines for Extracting Btarcb from
the Manioc, Arrow Root, etc.
All orders promptly attended h
WHITE, RITMAN 4 CO.
HOP H1NG & C( ).,
Vti HOTEL BTREET,
- Wholesale Dealers in
Liquors and Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rice, Mattilig
Clilnos Bilks, Teas, Km
EayUab aal Aatericaa Qrocariea
11 y Every Coast Bteamei
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
- WILL ATfEND TO
sflnaagement and Said ol Propero
Collectlng In 411 Ita Branches.
Officii No. 43 Merchant Street.
MITXTJ-AX, X3EZ.3Br3KOXT3B 3 BO.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
OccideoUl and Oriental S, S. Go,
Fm T0I0H1MA tad HONQIUNO.
Btoamert of the above Uompanlei will
call at Honolulu on their way to the abova
porta on or about tha following dateit
Btmr "OOEANIO" October 2, 1834
Btmr "CHINA" November 12, 1KM
Btmr "O0KANI0"...ll-'-embr 11, WH
Btmr "CHINA" January 21 ItflKJ
Btmr "O0KAN10"... February 19. 18U3
Btmr "CHINA" April 2. IK
MtaMtuera of the abore Commute will
call at Honolala on their way from Hon.
kona and Yokohama to the above port on
or about tha following, UUti
Btmr "CITY OF PEKING"
8tmr "OCEANIC". .November 19, 1894
Btmr "CHINA" December 81, 1894
Btmr "OAEMO" February 16. IKSo
... ... r .' .
PEUU" March W. IMlfi
QABl.tO" April 28, 1899
IATII Of PAUISI III 18 FOLLOWS:
town. 1176 00
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip U
montha . . . .
eengert i-aytng full far will be
percent on return rare ir ratnrn,
Ins within twelve montha
ataa For Freight and Paiaag apply to
B. BACKFELD k CO.,
n tt Afeata.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Mall Service
r, Naw and Fine Al Bteel Hlai.i.mi
" ALAMEDA "
Uf the Oceanic BUamshlp Company will
be due at Honolulu from Bydnay and Atirk
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Malls and Passengers on or about that date.
Por Sjiaey aad Ancklaal :
I'll Naw and Fine Al 8tal Blanishl-
Ol the Uceanic Bteamshlp t'-onipan) will
be due at Honolulu, from Ban Franntaoo.
nn nr about
Anu will have prompt deinatoh with
Malla and Paarengera for the above porta.
Die uiMlarsigntal are now prepared to Issue
TVI0D68 TICKETS TO ILL P01RT1
IR THl ONITBD 8TATIS.
AW For further particular n-Kardlog
Freight or Passage apply to
wat a. tiwm a co., lm.,
w general Ayaata.
Oceanic Steaisbip Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from a F
tor 8. F.
From Ban Franctarat
From Bydney foi
4rrive HonnhUu la4 Honolulu.
MONOWAI Oct. 23 I ALAMEDA
The Best Lunch in Town.
rM and OofTee
AT ALL BlIUHA
rK KINKST BUANDs OP ,
Cigars and Tobacco
ll.WATA UN HAND
H. J NOLTE Prop
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, Id
Oor, Allan k Port SU.,
maiuara of uie atwva Line, rnnnlng In connection witn lb.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Vancouver, B. C, and Bydney,
AJFtffi DXJHJ A.T
Ou or about the datei
from Bydney and Bora, (or Victoria
and Vancouver, B, O.t
Btmr "AR AW A" October 2
Btiur"MIOWERA" November 1
Btmr "Alt AW A" December 1
thref a Tlektta towed treat oaalaJi
fBBtOKT ARD fABKIBMAB AIIIHTal
D. Mi'NICOMi, Montreal, Canada.
KOBRKT KERB, Wlnnlrx-K. Canada.
M. M. BTKRN. Ban Francreco, Cal.
O. Mel BROWN. Vancouver. B. 0.
!M:it-u.al Telepliorxe 314.
Wilders Steamship Go.
W.U Wiliaa, Prvs. B. Ii. Koaa Mc.
OArr. J. A. Kiati, Port Hurt
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. at.. I'liicniug at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay anil MakeiiA thb
same day; Mahukona, KawailiAx and Lau
pahoehoe the following day arrtvinit at
Fridav Nov. hi
Friday Dec. 7
Tuesday Deo. 1H
Returning leaves Hllo, touching at Lau
pahoehoe same day; Kawalhae a. m.; Ma
hukona 10 a. m.: Makena 4 r. at.: Maalaea
Bay ti r. at.; Lahalna 8 r. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday Oct. 3
Saturday Dot. 13
Wednesday Oct, 24
Saturday Nov. 3
Wednesday Nov. 14
Saturday Nov. 24
Wednesday Dec. 6
Saturday Dec. lb
Weduesday Dec. ai
aNsT" No Freight will be waived after
U noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 6
r. at., touching at.Kahulu
u.wi RUU njiNiuuiu
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
stay- No Freight will be mwtvml after
I r. at. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landiuga to
receive their Freight, as we will not bold
tie stuir ucb Freight
has been landed
While the Company will use due dill.
gence In baudlln,; Live Stock, we declintt
to assume any resionslblllly in oasv nf the
loss of same.
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed In the cart
SOMETHING NEW I
PICK TUHSFBH Gil.,
87 King SL Mutual Tel. 662.
lUggage Checked from Hotels aud lUxi.
deuces dirwit to destination, Nn
lb-checking at steamers.
Baggage always put In Bute Honina
N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria. It. U
below ttated, vi.i
From Victoria and Vancouver, B.
for Suva and Sydney:
8tmr"MI0WKKA" November 21
Btmr "Alt A.W A" December 21
to Causa, Oallaa Btalaa aal Earoaa.
aW For Frelaht and Paimate and all
tianeral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agmltor the llawnttnn hlandt.
IKGAN VAP01 I PACIFIC GI8
THE BEST IN THE HAREET.
Thoy cannot bo surpiiBSud
for motivo power.
BEND FOR CATALOOUE
IOXt-tt Bote Agent, Nuuauu street.
California Frait Market,
Corner King A Alakea Bta.
By Kvery Steamer from Ban Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Km., Eto., Etc., Etc
Drawing and Painting.
0. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Paiutlug taught by the lav
est European methods. Classes every Wed
neaday and Saturday forenoon from 8 a. m.
to 13 noon.
tsV Lessons for Private Pupils In spe
cial lines of work alao given.
Tlio fitmllo will be onen to visitors
evury rrmay aiwrnoon.
Oitt Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Hu.
- B9TB TELEPBOma 113 -
Fine Carriages & Civil Driven
To be had at all houra.
J. S. ANDRiVDE,
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Estimates given on all kinds of
dTONE.CONORETE A PLASTER WORK
traV- roncBBTi a srsuiALTT an
JOHN F. BOWLER
6. E. BOARDMAN,
KM. K AOKNT FOH
Atlas Assurance Go.
aBHEm, . . . iie.MM.eeo
!J. W. SCHMIDT Ut SONS
Atsuta for Hawaiian Islands.
hm d Launches !
A Oood Ixample.
The following note explains itself:
Hoxolueo, H. I., Sept. 28, 1894.
Miss Helen' K. Wildeh, President of
the Humane Society.
In compliance with instructions
left mo by D. H. Banning, now
abroad, I send you $25.00 as his con
tribution to the Humane Society.
He wished particular atlentioa
called to the unnecessary cruelty
practiced in killing animals in the
out-districts for market and express
ed his willingness to contribute
further as required for the suppres
sion of such methods.
J. A. Maooos.
For D. It. Banning.
How a Lot of Money Leaka Out.
What does a man do when he finds
a hole in his pocket where ho carries
his money! Anybody can answer
thnt question. Ho has it sewed up.
of course, directly, and good and
strong, too. I suppose it is with
you just as it is with mo. When I
spend money, uvon foolishly, I cau
tell whero it went, and may be I've
had some sort of pleasuro out of it.
But I do mortally hato to lose mon
ey; loso it out and out, you know,
and have no satisfaction from it, or
know how and when it left my pos
session. Well now, lot me show you the
worst aud biggest hole any man
ever had in his pocket; a hole that
lets tho cash leak away like water
through a siovo, a hole that is the
hardest in tho world to sow up. A
short story will show it best.
"Drummoro South Cottage,
"Musselburgh, near Edinburgh,
"September ICth. 1801.
"Gentlomon, Up to 1885 I waa
always strong and healthy. About
this tirno I began to fool bad. I was
tired, languid, dull, and listless, and
ororything was a burden to me. I
had no desire for company, and
what had como over mo 1 could not
tnnko out. My tongue and mouth
wore dry, and I had a deal of phlegm
on my stomach. The whites of my
eyes next became discoloured and
my skin wai yellow. I had no appe
tite, and after eating I had great
pain at my chost and sides, also
across my stomach. After a time
tho pain settled in my left sido,
and my heart would boat and
jump in a manner that alarmed
mo. By aud-by I got so weak that
I waa not able to go about the
houso, and I felt that I ought to
be in bod. The pains at my aide
aud stomach bocamoao bad that I
had to remoro my clothing (ovory
tbing seemed so tight), aud I used
to press my stomach and hold my
sides to try and ease the pain. Qot
tiug worse I saw a doctor at Mussel
burgh and was under him for throe
mouths, but his medicine gavo me
no rulief. After this I went to a
clever doctor at Preston Pans who
said I was stilToring from iudigoa
tiou and dyspepsia. Ho sent to
Loudon for aonio uelobrated medi
cine which was packed in small
phials. This mouicino Boomed to
dissolve my food, aud I felt easier
for a timo but I gained no strength
or real bouefit, aud after persevering
with his treatment for six mouths,!
gitvo it up aud fell into my old state.
1 next went to a doctor at Mussel
burgh, but all his medicines did me
no Rood. Aftor this I saw another
doctor (that is a fourth doctor), but
with the same result; none of them
gavo mo auythiug that reached my
complaint. I now lost all faith in
physic, for I bad spent a deal of
money aud taken so much medicine
that 1 lost all my teeth through it'
and was no butter for it. In great
misery I lingered ou month after
mouth, always ailing, whon in
August of last year (IH'JO), my hus
baud called at Mr. Jack's Drug
Stores, High Street, Fisherrow, and
told him what my condition was.
Mr. Jack gavo him au account of
tho wonderful cures he heard of
from many of his customers that
bad taken a medicine called Seigel'a
Syrup, and strongly recommended
btui to bring me a bottle. He did
so, aud 1 commenced taking the
Syrup, aud 1 found some relief from
the first bottle, aud by tho time I
had takou four bottles I was as well
aud s'.roug as ever 1 was in my life,
autt nave since kepi in goou nealtu.
I tell every one what Seigol's Syrup
has done for mo, 'I never thouaht
to got better agaiu,' and I consider
it has saved my life. 1 wish others
to kuow this, aud if by publishing
this statement it will be tho meaus
of helping others, as it helped me,
you can tio this letter as you like.
Yours truly, (Sigued) Jemima
Look back to about the middle of
the abovo lotter and agaiu read
what the writer says: "I had spent
a deal of money for inediciuo." Yes,
aud money she could poorly afford
to spare. Illness aud the expense of
illuess is the great hole iu the pocket
that I alluded to. It costs so much,
and what does it givo us iu returuT
Pain, weariness, aud misery. There
is another cotifideratiou besides.
Whon wo aro ill we uot onlv have to
bear tho iucreased outgo, but man
age to meet larger demands out of a
ilouruased income. Our candle is
burning at both ends, "Yes," you
say, "but how cau we keep front fall
ing HIT" You cannot always, but iu
view of the fact that most iiluessea
arise from Indigestion aud dyspep
sia, a timely use of Mother Seigel's
Curative Syrup will prevent it. A
few shillings thus invested will save
pouuds iu money aud perhaps
mouths of wretchedness, Thiuk
over the striking poiuts iu Mrs.
Watson's excolleut letter and you
will thiuk tha same,