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SAVE TIME AND EXPENSE !
WY THE CHAMPION POST AUGUR, OR POST HOLE DIGGER!
U THAT IS Itl t. MCI I xo WHTCK AXT OXE OP
tbf CTst mmu of this Unplrxoem Is for them to M-e U operate.
AMI th harvll. ns ti t i In the rut : Ul tt sharply Into th ffronnl
alrv. -t:1 ii r in the Jare. or near It milll the earth - tn the
cylifiHQVr : nuw it ; sii-l drop It on the rmanri sklewtae. bolduitc the
luuidle ill Uf hand, and the rarlh will fall out. TJtV '1 II KM
We also Offer For Sale,
Mar Molina Plow. Anw' Pli-tr. Iart-. Plowt, Harrow, rTJitirstors
4'liatupMi Mowing aiacblitf-a. tiardiii 1k. r?atit-rs' Koea, (.rub H..4-
IV Axe. Ilrk Matturtf.. Hr-ve.. parte ; Wood. Iron ami Steel.
Kakn: t juie Knivt-t. ox Basra, o& Vw, O I :iialii. K-ytlw Miaih-. ttriuil
s- and Flitnr"., a rutt r, Kayi-- rti ( uiu-P. Wheel mid CWial
Btrrown. au-1 oth. r
1) V aaai tn hand i S.lndid Assortment of
Braiders1 Hardware k Vechanics' Tools
And are constantly makinfr addition thereto. We make fpeciaitifs of
House Furnishing and Ornamental Goods,
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers, and Oils.
CUTL E V !
Seines and Twines, Fish Hooks and Lines
Agents for the Averill fbemittil Paint
Tills PAINT IB MIXED BEADY FOR USE,
asm" ea t-- ted i
essM t- atfM-ei
V n.' . k '
.. tvi. ; da fr-mi
, , 1 and 5 ration container. A verr UtTf quantity is helnt: aold In the Catted ltJs. and It ll
m atker fmiaf maed. Wa luiv- la tar at ptau only tl pure Whilst, bat ran
t . ; h;i.:-'- ami - .;,,r.. M fsMki I . 1 - fr. i.. vifiipk- ttr.l m unr ..tliri-,
uni' wr receive tbe order.
11". ' - u ' ti-utin WT, Mauufartttrer antf Aff ht of all kinds of
IMPROVED FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY!
A x li it: si-1 i i t ! i -
Solicit Orders for any Class of Goods in Our Line !
su nan of u IkihI Stat.
In tun Msrk-i. wf will IMPORT TO OK1SKR. from England. Germany, or
ii- xnust liberal li-rms.
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
tt. mi ! 07 .. Street.
C. BREWER CO.
OFFEB FOR SALE
BT LATE ARRIVALS FROM BOSTON !
The Following Asortment of
Anchor. M to lOOOIbc,
Leather Beitinf , 3 lo C in, Oak Tanbed,
Mmmm Jam ud Bales of Hope,
1. ..t. ... .rn-J St It-.
Cumberland Coal in Casks
FESCE WIRE. BEST QUALITY!
FIRE CLAY. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS!
1 Hon Power for Sawing Wood,
ftutcrt Hoes. Hat Cutter,
).:..:.. Fire Clay,
Yellow Pine Well Seasoned
Yellow Metal. IC to 2C 01.
Mam various styles and sixes,
I'auf 3 IIoop,
American Prints Desirable Styles !
J" xist; Received
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
l'KJl .11 1.1 A ML AVERY,
The Largest and most Elegant
Triple Plated Silver Ware
Ever Offered in this Market,
Tea Sets, Each Four and Six Pieces,
OrPBR I'RHS. C4KO RECEIVERS.
(ChareJ and Silt,)
ft iblet. A Cupn. gilt
Satiable fur childdrcu.
fal; iu Oak Barrels
Casks of ECC COAL!
prestly fur Family Use!
Ex Favorite, From Victoria :
Jf. Barrelf Fraaer Rirer Salmon.
J Half BarreTr F rater River Salmon.
Y. erjr Barrel in Perfect Order and ,
1 i. AL1. Ai A VHt.V LOW FIiiVKK.
Eastern Pine Sugar Shook !
WILL BE SOLD
Ai m Emm Aaa UUw J r l,fore Offtr
(. . 7i- Marktt
These Snooks are Thoroughly Seasoned
And offer advantage! over all other?,
SOLD IN THIS MARKET:
Bawl'iH larger qnantity of near, paininp from
Si per cent to 3 per cent, in rettiar up and requiring
Br eawpenar. after leaving tbe Plantation
ALL OF THE ABOVE GOODS !
Will b? sold Low
To Close Consignments,
To stake room for oew goodi expected per
Sm-oii mid CVylou :
TO ARRIVE EARLY NEXT FALL,
WDM OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED
C. BREWER & CO.
Vases in Fine Bohemian Cut Glass
Ileitauraut. Table and Hurtful Cruet Standi.
Wine Stand". Toilet Stands. Tcilet Standi,
Egg Stand?. Celery Stand;,
Waiter?. Syrup Pitchern, Knife Rest?, Salts,
Napkin King?. Ice Tuln. Sardine Iloxc, 4c.
One Handsome Epergne,
Suitable for tbe Banquot Table.
All these iiwds tire Warrant J Triple Silcer
Ami hi-poI Hie uiot l.'litboralr Workmanlbip
Wo have also on hand.
Roger Fine Triple Plated Forks, Spoon. and
Rime. Tbe large?: Aurtnient of
Comrhing over oce hundred and fifty different
kindf, T-ble Cutlery. BabNM and Kasurs. Also,
Toilet Articles, . - and Fuirder Boxes.
13 HUSHES .
I Hair. Tootb. Ciothu aud Fleih Brushes : Hand Mir
j ror. Plate Gla.?. Soap., Lubin. celebrated Pertum
j ery. Watch Chain., Album?, Chroiuol, Pictures and
Lambs' Wool Carriage an 1 Lamp .Mats, all colors.
Spy Gluse.. Opera BlMfaM, Field ttlas.es, Ac, Ac.
Bmide Muse ice have the lityular Assort
Shelf Hardware, Glass Ware, Tin Ware
Paalaata ud Olla,
Breech Loading Shot tio.i", S. k W. Rerolrcrs, Rifle.
Air Gun?. Wad?. Shot. Powder, Caps, Shot Pouches,
Powder Flasks, Ac, Ac.
B. F. DILLINCHAM t CO.,
S94 3m 93 and 97 King Street.
Offer for Sale
WHILE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
rloi2 cfc Bread. !
Lime and Cement,
It StfiBf r froa San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &,c.
Wamt Bomb Lancet,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
w A J I KILS-ktECEIVEIt PEat rAI
9 I lw in- Hub day, and In perfect order. Foraale by
MavrU UTa. So:.:I- ,t ).
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort It. Merchant Sts.
HAS J VST RECEIVEU
For ID. O. MTJIUtAT',
THE MOST COMPLETE ISSORTMENT OF
Ladies, Misses" and Children's
Custom-Made. Extra Fine and Medium Quality
Boots cfc Slioes
Ever offered In Honolulu.
amvsa rat camuox, and fob sale
T BWC U0ULE8 CO. I
ri.EI CAP PAPER i:. 14 and IS Ins. to the
V t . I" ' ' ' '1- UIUIT I Q
Broad and Narrow BH! Iapera.
Fine Ruled Letter Paper.
Commercial and French Rnled Note Paper.
Ladles' Ramnla! Paper and Envelopes, mew tylea
ladles' White and Pink Initial Paper and Envelopes
Ladles' Plain White Initial Paper and Envelopes.
A great variety of all kinds and sixes or Envelopes.
For sale by
-m II. M. WHITNEY.
Gold Pea or Pocket Knife!
LARGE VARIETY. AXDTO BE IT AD AT
the Book and News Depot of
H. If. WHITNEY
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Mupreme Ctwrl ot the HatTallnn 1.
Intnl. Jit y Tvrm. Ix?S.
REX m F. 7. LEXEHAN.
Harris asp Jcuo J.J.
Appeal fiom Ptilite Court.
Ormos bt Jt'DD, J.
Oa the secanT dsv f Jane last, the defendant
was convicted i" Ihe PoGA court ul BoOolwin ol
thtnfls0f of st-llinand giviiia intuxiratina liquors
10 Islllil IliwilliUtil place culled the "lloyal
Hotel." liMliHiiit'at that time a Isccneed relailer und
be wa fined S3U0. Me appealed to the Sapcvtns
Coort iu ltnco on the followine points of luw
L There was no leiral evidenre ad luced before
the HwCitlMM of the fact cliurtfed. that defend
biiI held a license to vend spirituous liquor ut re
tail at tbe lime of the alleged sale to oalira Ha
woiiant. 2. There was no leija! evijenc that the per
ann to whom the liquor was Mild were native Hu
waiianl. Un the first point The muci'lrate certifies up.
thut the Chief Clerk of the Interior Uepurimeut
teMifW that he ilelirered a retail spirit license to
JifilBiVlOl on tli 26tli of January 187C. for the
' Royal Hotel " and he produced the application
of the defendant lor the fame, the bond filed by
Intn. nod a copy of the license issued. The intro
duction of the copy ol the license was ohj-?cled
to, whereupon the crown prosecutor gave notice
to the defendant to produce the original. To
which defendant made the objection that the no
tice to produce was not made in time.
The nmcistrxTe ruled that the notice was in
tim u defer.dsu'. w.t- ;:.. : to bo iu y ...
mm ..; ot his license an I that unless the original
was produced he should aduiil the copy in evi
dence. Original was not produced and the copy
It wna not necessary for us to decide in this
case. bet her ttie production ot the original li
cense itself was the only evidence nr even the
beat evidence of the tact that deteiidunl was ut
the lime of the alleged sale n licensed vender of
spirituous liquors, if thu record required by law
to be kept, to nit : tbe book of licenses designa
ted in sec. - of chapter 41 of the Penal Code,
hail been produced, duly verified, and the entry
shown of s license giuuted to defendant, his plai e
ot abode, the character of the license, the amount
paid, uikI the date, it would have been sufficient
evidence of the fact that defendant then held
such alicense. if the year since grauting his li
cense I oid not expired. 3 Tick. 260 19 Pick.
S96. 12 Caub. 502.
lu this case, however, the cletk o' the Interior
Department produced the bond filed by defend
ant, and t lie copy of the license required by tbe
slulutu form ot the bond to be annexed to the
bond. (See sec. 26. chap. 41. Penal Code, and
this would seem to be sufficient.
But it is conli uded that the notice to produce
the original license was nut reasonable. Now
whether a notice is reasonsble or not is a question
upon which the court must exercise u sound dis
cretion iu reference to the circumstances of the
3 v end. 296, 7 Cow. 739. 7 Wend. 216, Ifl
The suture of this action would naturally ap
prise the defuudaut that the government would
charge him either with the possession of the li-cen.-e
r that proof would be offered that such a
license hud been Issued to bim. The denmud for
it then could not have surprised defendant.
The court notices ul.-o that the placd of busi
ness, where this liceuse aulhoiized the vending of
spirituous liquors, is described in the bond pro
duced as the ' ltoyui Hotel," coruer of Merchant
and Nunnnu streets, Honolulu, being in the
square adjoining the police court. This was quite
accessible to the defendant and un opportunity
was offered him to produce the original which we
roust infer he declined to avuil himself of. us the
magistrate cotes original not produced." Un
der the circumstances, therefore, a delay of only
say five minutes would have been necessary to
enable the defeudaut to produce the license, und
notice early III the trial was sutlicient in this cose.
no disposition beiru? shown by defendant of l
ailliuguess to produce it.
On the second point. The magistrate took
tbe testimony of the several persons to whom the
liquor was MM who swore that they were native
Uawaiiaus. born iu this kingdom. But the mag
istrate had also the appearance of the witnesses
to guide him in judging ot their nulionaliiy. to
wit: thoir oimplexioa. language &c., und we Can
not presume that the only eviJeoce vvhich led
him to tiie conclusion that they were native 1 1 a
woiiaus was the atateuieat of each individual thai
they were such.
For this reason it is not necessary to rule upon
the question as to whether the birth place of a
person can be proved by his own statement.
The appeal is dismissed.
The Attorney General for tho crown. A. 8.
Uartell und E. I'. U'iialloran for defendant.
C'uaf. C. Hakrib.
A. Francis Judo,
Jaslices Supreme Court.
Uonoluiu. July 31, 1876.
Supreme Court of the natrnliau 1st.
luml-. J uly Xcnu 1876.
AW A (chinaman) vs. J KAMtO, ADJtlX
ISTRATUR. In Banco,
opinion et Harris, J.
The first ground of exception is that tbe de
fendant had judgment at this term of the Court
in another action in which the plaintiff claimed a
s a m ot inouey, being halt of thn proceeds of an
awa crop, said to belong to him and tbe deceased
man Aniuni as partners.
This suit was in the nature of an action for the
conversion of partnership goods, over which the
plaintiff averred that he had a right as a partner.
He might have claimed the whole goods, is well
as a half of ihem, if he bad cbosen. Tbe whole
question raised was partnership or no partnership.
Under the allegations and proofs, if he were a
partner be was entitled to recover without abate
ment and would bare been entitled to recover,
if he bad claimed tbe whole of the crop. If be
did not ebow himself to lie a partner under tbe
allegations and proofs in tho first actiun. he
would not be eutitled to recover anything. Tbe
jury was so instructed aud fouud thai be was not
In this action tbe plaintiff accep'.s the first ver
diet as conclusive, and brings bis aclioo claiming
a quantom meruit for work and labor done by
him for the beoefit of Aniani and bis estate.
This is clearly a different cause of action cer
tainly not adjudicated in the first suit. There
fore tbe first exception is overruled.
Do the second point of exception we are of
opinion that Ali's testimony of what be was pay
ing on a rice plantation was admissible.
The plaotiog of rice as well as of mi is an ag
cultural operation and required a like kind of hi
bur. One might as well say that hoeing corn
and mowing grass, or planting potatoes and plant
ing wheal were not similar employments.
Upon tbe third exception, the concluding in
struction of tbe court to wit : That tbe jury
would fiud for the Bide on which the evidence
preponderated, was all that tbe defendant could
With regard to tbe last exception, namely tbe
introduction of the Chinese account book, to
bow what bad been done with some money
which appeared daring tbe trial to have been
received by tbe plaintiff for the sale of some awa.
It is sufficient to say that there was no notice
of let off given by tbe defendant, and tbe whole
question of the money received for awa was
therefore not in issue. It having traospired in
the course of tbe testimony tbat a sum of money
bad been received, it neither harmed nor
benefitted one side or the other to continue to
bow what had become of it.
Exception overruled and plaintiff may have
judgment pn tbe verdict.
Ca-tle & Smith for plaintiff, A. S. Hartwell
for defendant. '
Chas. C. Harris,
A. Francis Jcdd,
Justices Supreme Court.
Honolulu, July 31, 1876.
Shall Prisoners Testify- ?
A bill fixing rales of practice in regard toeridenee,
and which includes a provision allowing parties to
testify in both civil and criminal cases has been in
troduced in the Legislative Assembly and is now un
der discussion. In lS72abill with a similar provis
ion was defeated probably on sccoant of the proposed
reform in criminal practice. There is but little doubt
but thai a hill for allowing parties in civil cases to
testify would have parsed if it had been offered by it
self. Arain are these two somewhat distinct and
radical reforms proposed in one bill. It may be said
that the principles of hjth kinds of eases are the same,
yet although this is largely true, the circumstances of
tbe application of these principles are so widely differ
ent io criminal eases from wbst they are in civil cases,
that it is impossible to do justice to tbe question of
the proposed change in either case when combined
with the other in one motion.
The question of altowiog a prisoner to be a witness
for himself, is one of great importance, not only to the
public but to parties themselves, aud cannotbe safrly
left to follow the settlemaut of the similar question in
1 civil esses.
The bill provides for the prisoner to be a witness
i foff himself or not, as he or bisccuusel decides is mo.l
i prudent, and contains a warning clause thsthis refas
I at to testify shill nol be cua-traed against him. Tnis
plan has at first sight the appearance of great plausi
bility, but on examination vve hnd strong reasons to
doubt its policy. It is hardly a practical matter to
make a witness in his own Bass, out of a prisoner. As
a rule, the majority of prisoners are guilty of Ihe of
fences charged, and the proposed chango gives to a
cias. ot men who are notoriously without priociplo
or conscienee, (be strongest temptation to perjury,
which they would not be slow to take advantage of.
On tho other hand the discretiou given by tho proposed
law to the defence, places the counsel in a mcst pain.
; fat situatiou. " ly not calling tho prisoner ho might
. expose himself te the imputation of a tacit ooofession
: of guilt, by calling bim bo n.ight expose sn icnocent
j man to a cross-examination which might make bim
i look guilty.'' The provision uf tho statatc tbat the
! silenco of tho prisoner should not be construed unfa
: vorably, would be insufficient to save the juiyand tbo
court troin unfavorable taipressions. Ihsy could not
help such iiupre-sions if they tried, and this fact is
j enough in itself to condemn the proposed ehauge in
criminal trials, especially as tbe oppusiag advantage
is only testimony that generally the jury will not be
I agree with those who favor this change, that tho
present system is imperfect and nods modification,
but not in the way proposed. Unprofessional think
ers wi-l easily see the hardship of sealing the tongues
of those who of all others are best informed and most
nbto to clear up the apparent contradictions of evi
dence frequent in criminal cases. Hut b-w shall this
be broug. t about if prisoners are not to be introduced
as witnesses? Tho practice of interrogating prisoners
after tbe evidence agaiust them is iu, was the rule in
Kugland for centuries. This old practice uith some
modifications, contains tho Solution tJ this question.
The proceedings would be something as follows : At
the preliminary examination after thcevidenco against
tho prisoner is taken aud before committal, he is ques-
tiooed by the committing judge iu open cuurt or, the
! evidence against him, the questions and answers be
1 ing rocirded in lull aud scut up with the depositions.
"At the trial. says i-itz James Mepheus who has
treated clearly and fully on this subject in his masterly
work on the criminal laws of England. I think the
counsel tor the crown ought to interrogate the pris
oner at the end of his case and before the prisoner's
defence. I would allow him to nsk leadingqucstions,
and I vtcu'd allow tho counsel for tho prisoner to re
examine, and the judge and jury to interpose any
questions they pleased " And he furthermore says
" the objection to making it tho duty of the judge
to examine him is, that it is of the lirst importauco
that the prisoner should bo carefully protected against
anything liko intimidation. The authority ot tho
Court and tbfl sentiment of ihe public would effectual
ly protect bim against anything of this sort on the
part of the Counsel for tbe cruuu, but no one could
protect him against the judge." The prisoner
would not bo compellable to answer, but would
reply to what questions he clo.se. I think it will bo
readily seen that such a system would favor the ac
quittal of the innocent and the conviction of tbo guilty,
if this is so, it is .in unanswerable argument fur it.
Simply ns a proceis for arriving at the truth of a mat
ter, It is superior to the proposed change, in that it
draws from tbe prisoner all tbe information re is will
ing to give, while in the other case a prisoner .who is
ready to testify to a part of his information, will re
fuse to go onto the stand to save himself from being
compelled to testily on other points, aud su the whole
of his information is lo.t. It seems a reasonable and
humane method to allow ono charged with an offence
against the laws, an oppurtanity of explaining cir-cuu-.stancesof
suspicion which tho evidence has thrown
aroand him. Such a system is strongly analogous to
the practico inequity courts, where tho defendant is
allowed tu file his answer replying to each nnd ercry
item of tbe bill of complaint and to add other explan
atory matter in evidence of the complaint without
being exposed to tbo misconstructions of tho witness
stand anil is just as necessary for the -proper iccuiity
of the prisoner as that is for tho proper defence ofhe
respondent. - II. Dot.E.
Matting. Matting. Matting!
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
Importers and Dealers in
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Iff m NEW BOOBS!
A M HIUl,
.TlHiiufacIuretl hy the Hnelllc Rubber 1'nisit
Co. or Sinn t'rniiclsco.
San Francisco. New York and England
Consisting in Part of
AMOSKEAG DEN I.MS,
Fine and MeHuin Tickings.
Atnoakeag Bro. DrilTt. Amoakeag Bin Drills.
Fine and Medium White Flannels,
One Case of those Saporior O. B. Bleached Cottons.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
FROM BOSTON. ALSO.
Garden an ! Plantation Hoes. X6. I and 2 ; Mattocks
C. 3. Spades, Shovels, Scoops and Rakes,
Handled Axes, Hatchets Slnngling and Axe patterr
Rim Knob Locks, Chest and Padlocks, ts.
Clothes Pins. Raw Hides, Sash Cards. Sund Paper,
Sash Cord. Syringes, Mucilage. Horse Cards,
Sledges, Champers, llure Rallfl and Shoe Ink,
T Hinges 5 to 14 in.. Tinned Tacks 6 to 14 in.
W. W. , Paint, Shoe, Scrub and Varnish Brushes,
Self Heat Irons, Mason's Blacking,
Corn Starch, Whiting, Metallic Paint.
Snow White Zinc, Kastern Brooms, Putty,
A large Assortment of Chimneys, Common, Clipper,
Sun, Perkins A Howes,- Ac.
Lanterns, Kerosene Wicks, lo.
A few dozen of the best Patent Glass Preserving Jars,
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Apples. Oregon Hams
Fresh Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins,
Also, on hand,
Paris, Eagle 2 and 20, and Clipper Plows,
Cultivators, fi r-- Hoes. Canal Barrows,
Cane Knives, Scythed aud Snaiths, ate.
Cut Nails 3d to 6l)d, Cut Spikes 5 to 8 inch.
Files Round Square. Flat and 1 Round, 6 to IS in.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
H. HACKFELD 4 CO.
Per Hawaiian 4 Bark Ka lof !
X, BAKEVAMX. KawMastj
Just Arrived from Bremen.
Xor'Wpst Scantling. Boards !
Tongued 1 Urooved, Surfaced,
Planks. Battens, Pickets !
i ; in. x 4, lib, and 1x0, fur
Laths, &c WHITE COTTONS,
IXK P.vns, CHOCOLATE ASD WHITE
GROUND PRISTS. ItTSLIJrS,"
Scantling, Boards, Plank,
nations 1x3. U4. 1-2i3. and 1-2I
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Hoards and Plank. 7-8 to 2 io.
Horrooka, Long Cloth. A .12 ia.
nd H IA in.
Turkey Red. Brtw Cniton a.d Prill.
mo. (niton llnll. ricking, lliekorr
Cotton fheetieg. 7?. t. 8fl. sod It Uj.
Mo.quito Xotti.g. Wsior-pro. f Cloik.
A 3 ha. B
CLAPBOARDS, L AT I ICE. Black and Colored Merinos,
Tongued and Grooved
TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
Blitck Coboora and Italian CI
Barege, in all eotur : Lineu,
Twilled Canbrio and S-i!.ia..
Black Lasting. Flax Padding.
Colto. ud Lio.n Thread, whjf, black a.4
brown, assorted nomJ-ers.
Whit. A Brown Cotton Turkish Towok., 4.
Li..n and Cotton Haadkorehusis. whit, a.d
turkey red :
Table Cloth.. Hon'. Socks.
Ladies' Stockings. ..sorted.
Whit, .ml Brow. Cniton rnd.nh.rr.. mat
Merino K m..:.. I.
Water proof and Flaa.al Shirts,
Black Lace Shawls. Silk L'mbreilaa.
Plaids, Puncbos, Monkey JaeheU,
Wall Paper and Border flannel sacks and pants,
VEKY LOW !
2x12 to .loxlf, :;
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's Use
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California and Eastern Doors, ail sizes
SASH, all sixes ; BLIND, all sixes ;
WHITE LEAD and ZINC!
HUM oil. A SMALL MDR UK VI".
Putt and Varnish,
as., Ko. 2x2 and 2,
Iron and Tinned Tacks,
Faint and Whitewash Brushes,
ShelfHardware.Saddlery.Paints&Oils METALUC AND FIRE-PROOF PAINT
jiinus Miu, ki t , i"m,
A Large Asst. of other Goods,
WHICH WILL BE
Sold eit Low Hates.
CASTLE & COOKE.
THIS PAINT IK PI T I P IN QI AKTIIK.
on, and live gallon tins, also in live gallon paila
and barrels. JI la prtrpart-d In pure snow while. Jet black,
aud ail colors, comprising an v number of different shades.
Is ready for immediate use,
being a great adrantage as it can 1st? uwi by any one.
Tlie Itnbber Paint Is unalTecU'd by change of tetnpera
tnre. Is impervious to water, Is adapted to ail classes of
work, and Is every way a
for either outride or i.;-: i wuric than and other paint
known, ana will last at J ast tu iee as long.
For Wagons, Agricultural Implements, V. ut and
Vessels It has no equ tl.
Tbe Knbber Paint dries with a gloss equal to varnish,
and at tbe same time do adhesive and elastic that It will
not crack or peel olT. ami Is therefore admirably adapted
for house painting In this climate.
lu addition to tbe above It la the
Cheapest Paint ever imported here!
Sample cards of different shades to be seen at the oiTlce
of the agent.
For sale In quantities to suit purchasers.
Orders from the other Islands solicited, especially from
those who intend repainting their dwellings.
W. C. Irwin & Co.,
3m-S00 Hole Agrnn for the Hawaii Islands.
TIMS REMF.DY WAS OItIfiIAI.LY PU1
SCRIBKD by an eminent physician for a CSsM ot
Dropsy In Mrs Hunt's faoilly. John Hunt, aged about 45,
of a stout and plethoric habit, was seized with a sudden
aitack of general dropsy, which In a few days threatened
his life. The ordinary remedlm had a!l proved Ineffica
cious, and under their use the pattern was last fulling Into
an alarming state. The dropsy was general and extensive,
legj swelled to an enormous aitte and the water increasing
rapidly He was entirely unable to lie down In bed, and
was forced to remiiin night and day in :i sitting posture.
ThLs state of things continued unil by the advice of the
physician alluded to. the present remedy was tried. In
eonseqm-nco of its peculiar nature it WH necessary to pre
lum It with great care, and In ordtr to Insure this It was
Intrusted ui the family of Mr. Hunt to pri-cure and com
The remedy wns administered, and almost from the
moment of its reception a decided Improvement became
manifest. The kidneys were Immediately affected and
routed tn action ; the swelling of the legs rapidly cub-dded,
the lungs were fre.?d and resumed their healthy aud
vreeable action ; the desh of limbs resumed Its elastlcily,
caking " remaining, and be was rapidly convalescing,
when unfortunately, prompted hy this rapid Improvement,
he gaTv up the remedy for n short time.
It was unfortunate, for the curative process was ar
rested, the kidneys nagged In their e.ctinn. again bworn
lng torpid, the water Increased with frightful rapidity
md be soon aeain found himself In a very alarming state.
The remedy was again had recourse to. and hy Us perse
vering use the disease was a second time snhdued. But
this was a most aggravated and severe case, and It took all
the virtues of the Keruedy. combined with care and time,
to eradicate the effects of the disease. But thn.ngh a per
severing use of it a permanent cure was effected, and he
resumed his active out-of-door ocenpution, within a short
time, a well man
This was the manner in which the Remedy was brought
Into notice, and since then for a period of twenty Ave (25)
years the medicine has been prepares! after the same ap
proved formula hy Mrs. Hunt, and used by our first physi
cians In their private practice, for this and similar com
plaints. It h;-s been well and favorably known and extensively
use sinccd that time by al 1 class;-, bor h with and without
the advice of physicians, and has been the means of saving
from a lingering and frightful disease, and untimely death,
many of our most estimable and well-known citizens.
The cnly known Remedy for Rright's Disease, and has
cured every case of Dropsy In which It has been
given; Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder lutlainatlon
of the Kidneys Ulceration of the Kidneys and bladder
Diabetes. In Strlctnre.and for Enfeebled and Dellcate
rniiKtitutlons of both sexes, attended with the fol
lowing symptons: Loss of Power, tsosa of Me
mory, Difficulty ot Breathing. Weak Jierv .. Wakefulness.
Psinful and Dragging Sensation in the Hack or I-olns,
Flushing of the Body. Eruptions on the Face, lallld Coun
tenance. Lassitnde of tbe System etc.
Has been before the public for more than twenty years,
and has been the means of saving from lingering and
frightful disease and untimely death hundreds of our moat
estimable and well known citizens.
This Medicine was Never Known to Fail.
Prico $ I .SO per Bottle.
DIUJ2V9Hs4M t CO.
595 3m bole Agents for Hawaiian Island
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From London Direct!
The Hawaiian Archipelago
BY JIlsS ItlBlXI,l BIRD.
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Crater of Haleakala,
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tlon of Hawaiian SVenery that ttsu.
ewer been pnbll.tseoL asd
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