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T , ARRIVALS.
Bchr Mol Wahlno from Kohol.ilele
, , DEPARTURES.
Schr Lcahl for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
9 S.Auatralla for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
II B M S Pelican, Hopo
Ger bk V 0 Sluben, Drtihti
Ger schr Mary 0 Bolun,
Gcr bk Furst Bismarck, Vander V.lug
15k Birmnli, 0 II Jonas
Bk Iloidcu, Joyenson
Bktnc Geo 0 Perkins. Ackinan
iiktne Consuclo, Cousins
Norwegian baik Atuora, Suttcrland
Havv brig Alllo Itovvc, J Phillips, from
Hongkong, duo Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Hoi baik Don Nicola?, Itoss, from
Poit Townscnd, "W T, due July 20-31.
Nlo bk Itltnljio, How aid, from De
parture Bay, 1$ O, due June 25-30.
It M S S Mariposa (Am), II M Hay
ward, from the Colonic, en loute to
San Fianelsoo, duo July 31.
KAl S S Alameda (Am), II G Morse,
from San Fianclsco, en loute to the
Colonies, duo Aim 7.
Am bark Calbarien. W II Hubbard,
from San Fianclsco, due July 23-30.
Am bktuo Mary Wliikeluinu, C Bac
kus, from Sail Francisco, due July
Haw stcamsliip Zcalandia, II van Ote
rendorp, fiom Sun Francisco, due Aug
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman, fromB'o
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am baik California, from Port Town
send, AV T, due Aug 1-11.
Am tern Eva. J O Wikman, from
Port Townscnd, W T. due Aug 10-20.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
AmbkEdwaid May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Annum, from Liverpool, due
Am schr Ida Schnaucr, from Emcka,
Cal, due at Kahului, July 20-30.
From Hawaii & Maul, per W G Hall,
July 29 Eight Kev Lord Bishop of
Honolulu, W C Parke, A Fernandez,
Mrs P N Makee, Mrs S B Stoddard,
Miss Lulu Makee, W H Johnson, J II
Tiask, C Willis, W G Thrum, E Doyle,
J Robello, F May, Miss Kapela, Misses
Holmes (3), Miss Mary AM, Rev J A
Zahm, Mrs W L Hall, E M Walsh, J C
Kirkwood, W M Coffee, W Shiner, A
Young, Arthur Fitzsimmons, E Mo
Dade, and 1S2 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr AV G Hall 2,950 bags of sugar,
480 bags of awa, 115 hides, 27 cat
tle, 2 calves, 1 horse and 11 pigs.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at tho rink this evening.
The S. S. Australia sails for San
Francisco to-morrow at noon.
Tun "Friend" for August is out
an exceptionally interesting number.
Mb. J. Lyons will hold his regular
cash sale at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Two keys tied on a piece of string
were picked up on Fort street and
are at this office.
His Majesty the King will prob
ably pay a visit to H. B. M. Ship
Services al the St. Andrew's Cathe
dral this evening, conducted by the
Bishop of Honolulu.
Mr. John Robello came from Kau
by the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday
and wbb committed to the Insane
.The meeting of tho Waimea Sugar
Mill Co., held to-day at tho oflico of
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co., on motion
was adjourned until further notice.
There will be, no music at Emma
Squaro to-morrow. Mr. Berger lias
not sufficiently recovered his health
to bo fully equal to his regular round
of arduous duties.
Huctace' & Robertson's dray
driven) appeared on their seats to
day in neat and gay uniform. This
is a pretty stroke of enterprise, and
will not be likely to hurt the drivers.
A smam. black marc, with four
white feet, Btrayed into Mr. H.
Berger's yard, adjoining Makiki rc-
' creation ground, a day or two ago,
and is still there awaiting an owner.
The Captain and ofiicors of II. B.
M. Ship Pelican wero entertained at
breakfast by His Majesty tho King
this morning, Tho Band was in at
tendance and furnished excellent
j i m
Builders will havo an opportunity
of purchasing about GOO block of
coral rock, nt noon of next Tuesday,
which will bo sold at the corners of
King and Bethel streets, by Mr. L,
Mr. Frank Gertz leaves for the
Coast by tho S. S. Australia to-morrow
for a five weoks hojourn in Cali
fornia for the benefit of his health
and also to select a stock of boots
It is reported that theio is a hitch
about t ho. contract for lighting Hono
lulu, mado under the late Ministry,
but it is not likely tho city will bo
left in darkness whether tho gasoline
is paid for or not.
In yesterday's report of the acci
dent on Beretania street tho naino
"Fashion" was written for "Pan
theon," Tho Bounds are bo similar
ivheu tho syllables are chewed that
ono name may bo cusily mistaken for
Oats' bookstoro has received
.Another fine iuvoico of tho best and
latest fiction, and standard literature
Hill!KMP""ftfllfrlBri -' JESStMi v- jkl-, 'I ' (5 i ' ' '( ' ii 1 I'm- ' " fr
generally. Admlrero of the "grand
old man" can have his life and a
poi trait, suitiiblo for framing, at a
very low price.
While tho steamer V. G. Hall was
at Mnnlacu Bay, on her last tip trip,
Mr. Jaeger, his boy, and a Chinnmnn
walked off tho wharf, in tho dark
ness, and fell into about three feet of
water. The boy was slightly
HibEx. Gov. Dominis.accompauiod
by Mr. J. W. Smith, of tho Board of
Education, paid n visit to Miss Irene
Ii's Ewa villa yesterday in a double
team. They were charmed with tho
scenery and speak of tho place as a
Imterebt in the annual regatta on
Nov. lOtli is warming up hi boating
circles, as evidenced by quiet but
energetic practising by Homo of tho
best crews. "Mum" is all the word
that can be got in reference to tho
question of new boats.
The carringc of Wednesday's acci
dent is being repaired at Page's. All
tho springs of tho vehicle were broken
in several pieces.. The hind wheels
were totally destroyed. The top of
the carriage caved in and tho body
was separated fiom tho axles.
A i'OMeoranate weighing 31-$
ounces and measuring 15 inches in
circumference was grown at Mr.
GifTard's place and can be seen at
Ii win fc Co.'s office. This pomegranate
is probably the largest over grown in
Honolulu. It looks like a huge wax
The bashful boys were exceedingly
bashful last evening. There were
several young ladies at tho rink to
assist in dancing, but the most timid
boys were satisfied to remain outside
and peep tlnough the key hole. Mr.
Williams, the teacher, gave his final
instructions last evening, as ho leaves
by tho Australia to-morrow.
Mr. Wong Leong, proprietor of a
rice plantatation at Palama, repeat
edly warned his hands agaiiiBt
smoking opium on the pre
mises. Users of the drug are no
good as rice cultivators. Some of his
men proving recalcitrant, notwith
standing a threat of handing them
over to the police, Mr. Leong tho
other day-had three of them arrested,
one of whom was convicted and duly
sentenced in the Police Court yes
terday. m -
Two young men from the country
were riding home on the Palama load
last night, when one of them named
Kaina went over his horse's head.
He kept on his feet for a short dis.
tuncc, holding on to the reins, butwas
struck by the horse's shoulder and
thrown to the ground. His com
panion looking back 6aw ho did not
rise and returning found Kaina lying
stunned and running at the mouth.
The injured man was taken into a
house by the roadside and taken
good care of until he recovered suffi
ciently to go home. There is a good
deal of madcap riding on that road.
A case before Justice Bickerton
was interrupted yesterday by the,
counsel for the prosecution in ano
ther case desiring'to have the latter
take precedence for reasons given.
One barrister roso to discuss the
point, followed by two more, each
saying he appeared for the defense.
The Judge said ho had noticed' a
fourth speaking to the defendant,
and presumed he also was on that
side, at which Deputy Marshal Day
ton facetiously remarked in an un
dertone that there were enough law
yers for the defendant to hang him.
In tho afternoon, when the case was
called, tho formidable array of legal
talent had dwindled down to a single
practitioner, calling forth the obser
vation from the bench, that counsel
for the defense was named Legion in
the morning, but it was hard to de
nominate it accurately now. The
transformation, however, teems to
have worked well for tho defendant, for
tho charge against him was with
drawn this morning.
Picture Frames and Cornices
mado to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
. 392 Gt.
Just received, ox S.S. Australia, a
lot of very small Manila Cigars of ex
tra fine brand. To bo had at the
87 Central Ciqar Stand,
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to the reliable Elito Ico
Cream ParlorB, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 01
Dr. Flint's Heart. Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Discuses of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Bonson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
Bv the steamer Zcalandia the Lead
ing Millinery House of Chas. J,
Fisliel has received a line lino of
Gout's Neckwear, Unlaundred Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers the
genuine article, Swiss EdgingB, all
over Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Cull al onco and in
spect his stock, 71
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, vyhero ho is proparcd to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island oiders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell theso cigara. Do not forget tho
nauio J. W, Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
To the People ok the Hawaiian
Kingdom in General. Pi-kabe take
Notice. Ab tho undersigned is only
a Practical Confectioner uud estub-
llihed for 28 yeara at tuoh in Hono
lulu) and lming made Ice Cream in
this City as long back ns 20 years
ago, he has for that reason been in
capacitated from judging as well as
experienced nud honest (?) Sailor
Mongers of the Qualities of Ico
Ci en in s, notwithstanding having not
only superintended but also mado
nil descriptions of Ico Creams and
Ices in the Imperial Court of Vienna,
Royal Confectionery of Biiviyia, as
also in several of tho largest Confec
tionery Establishments in Leipzig,
Dresden, Berlin and Bomberg, only
45 years ago, most respectfully in
vites the most critical connoisseurs
in Ico Creams or Chapcrones to try
a dish of these, delicacies and givo
their unbiased judgment of the quali
ties of different productions.
It F. HORN.
ADVERTISING THE VOLCANO.
Mr. F. L. Clarko has edited a
neat brochure on '"Tim Great Vol
cano of Kiluuea," including un
sketch of a Hying tiip fiom San
Francisco to Honolulu and icturn,
with a visit to the greatest active
volcano in the world." Tho pam
phlet is intended to advertise our
greatest natural wonder at the Na
tional Encampment of the Grand
Army .of the Republic nt San Fran
cisco. It is issued in the joint in
terest of both inter-islaiul steamship
companies, the stcamsliip lines be
tween San Fiancisco and Honolulu
and the Colonies, and the Hawaiian
Jiotel. A larger work is projected
by Mr. Claike, which will include a
historical sketch of the volcano and
bo a work of permanent value for
scientists and tourists. The whole
edition of the pamphlet above re
ferred to goes forward by to-morrow's
mail, to be distributed by Mr.
It. W. Laine, delegate from the
Geo. W. DeLong Post to the Na
CHINESE FIRE RELIEF.
Mr. C. Afong having taken
charge of a subsctiption list to aid
the sufferers of the late conliagra
tion, and having collected and ex
pended tins money as he deemed
advisable, furnishes the following
facts :--Tue amount raised was
3,81)0, as per the following sub
scriptions: Mr. C. Afong SoOO, T.
H. Davies & Co. S250, Chilian &
Co. $100, Mr. C. Alec $ 100, Ciaus
Spreckeels & Co. &250, W. G. Irwin
& Co. 8250, C. R. Bishop & Co.
8250, Castle & Cooke S250, Schaefcr
& Co. 8200, Hackfeld & Co. 8250,
C. Brewer & Co. S100, A. J. Cart
wright 8100, Wing Wo Chan 8200,
J. A. Hopper $100, Jas. Campbell
$150, Pacific Hardwnie Co. 8100,
E. O. Hall & Son 8100, Mr. Paul
Neumann, Lau Kau, Fieetli & PeaP
cock, C. I. Lyons, E. B. Thomas,
GooYook, W. R. Castle and M.
Mclnerny also subscribed for the
sufferers. One thousand nine hun
dred and foity-fivc dollais were ex
pended among the suffcreis in aid
ing those w oi thy of assistance in
the following ways: For 86 pas
sengers for Hongkong per bark
Hydra, at 821 per passenger,
$1,800; two funerals 853.50; at
tendance on patients in the Hospital
$83 ; advertising notice of subscrip
tion 82.50 making a total of 81,045
expended and leaving u balance of
$1 ,945. Mr. Afong is very grateful
for the kind assistance he leceived,
and having iclievcd the sufferers in
a worthy manner, will take pleasure
in refunding to the subscribers the
remaining $1,945, pro rata.
KILAUEA'S FRESH ACTIVITY.
INTERESTING description from an
Wc learn from Rev. J. A. Zahm,
C. S. C, who has just returned on
the steamer "W. G. Hall," from a
visit to Kilauea, that the great vol
cano is again quite active. This
we are sure will be good news to
every one. Father Zahm says that
there is quite an extensive lava lake,
just west of the ruins of Halemau
mau and bordering on the western
wall of the depiession formed by the
recent bieak-down. As nearly as
could be ascertained, this lake is
about four hundred feet wide and
seven hundred feet long. There is
a ridge of lava crossing this lake
from west to east, making in reality
two lakes, one on tho uoith and the
other on the south of the ridge. The
sides of this ridge or neck aie occa
sionally ovci spread with bright
liquid lava, which comes from small
vents on various pints of Its surface.
In tho south-west corner of the
north lake thero were two active fiic
fountains which were intermittently
but strongly active dining the
whole of Monday afternoon and
evening. Indeed the light emitted
was so bright that it was cieai ly ob
served by seveial persons at Puna
luu, as refiectcd lrom the clouds.
The lava fiom the fountains ouli
narily rose to a height of only a lew
feet, but occasionally there wcic
more violent outbursts, when the
molten matter was ejected to a
height of fully twenty-live or thirty
feet. At these times the pyrotechnic
displuv was truly magnificent.
Occasionally, too, the whole of north
lake would break up, when the
scene was even grander. Tho guide
who accompanied Fatlior Zahm was
quite enthusiastic over the display
and declared it was by all odds the
finest exhibition Tele had given
since last March. "Pele has re
turned," he said, "and Kilauea will
soon be grand as ever."
From a suieutifio point of view,
Father Ztihm regaids Kilauea moie
interesting now ihau it was before
the break-down. There is not, it is
true, such a display of fireworks,
tuoh huge billows and tuch largo
lakes of molten lnvn, 09 were to be
seen before, but there is much better
opportunity of studying the foini
nnd nature of the crater, and the
workings of tho volcano than could
possibly bo had while New Lake and
Hnlemnuniau were full. What with
the ruins of the old ciatorn, the
yawning abyssMlint has been formed
by the withdrawal of the lava that
formerly filled it; the numerous
vents in vat ions parts of the depres
sion which continuously evolve im
mense volumes of smoke and sul
pbuious vapors, nnd the wonders of
north and. south lakes even the
non-scientific visitor will llnd as
much probably more to sec and
admire, than was visible when Ki
latiea was considered at its best.
j'One thing is quite certain," says
Fa'thcr Zahm, "no one will be dis
appointed in making a visit to the
volcano ns it now is. It will
fully equni the expectations of
even the most sanguine." He
says his piincipal icason in eomint;
to ltlie Islands" was to sec Kilnm-a
and that he is fully satisfied with Ids
trip. He could lind only woidsof
piaise legarding the facilities uffoid
ed for visiting the great volcano,
lie went via tliu Inter-Island Steam
ship Co., to Punaluu, and thence by
an outfit furnished by Mr. Peter
Lee, to the summit of Kiluuea.
Everything, lie sas, was a seiics of
to him; the unvniymg
of the ofllceis of the
"Hall;" the unexcelled
of Mr. Lee's homelike
Punaluu and the charms
and conveniences of the "Halfway
House" under the same manage
ment and last, hut not least, the
noble animals, and intelligent and
accommodating guides placed at his
disposal. Father Zahm soys he has
had consideiable experience in
mountain climbing, butwas never
able to make a similar trip with less
discomfort or delay than was occa
sioned by his jouiney up the lava
covered sides of Kilauea. He says
that the time lequired to go from
the "Volcano House" to Punaluu
was a little less than four bonis
exclusive of the time for lunch at
the Halfway House and that he
reached the P.ihala plantation in
four hours and a quarter, nud with
hut little fatigue. For those who
aie accustomed to riding he is not
lie says the descent can be made
in less time. The time of ascent
was a little longer, but it was made
most comfoi tably..
Father Zahm is Professor of
Physical Science at Notie Dame
University. Nottc Dame, Indiana,
U. S. A. He leaves for the Coast
on the steamer "Austialia" to-morrow
(S.ituiday). Dining his stay
in Honolulu he is the guest of St.
Louis College. He expresses him
self as delighted with what he has
seen during his shoit stay in Hawaii
nei, and entei tains the hope of being
able to make, at no distant day,
a longer visit to the Islands ; with a
view of making an extended study
of our more important volcanoes
active and extinct especially those
of Hawaii and Maui.
Thursday, July 29th.
Lam Lung, cruelty to animals,
fined $10 and costs.
Wo Kim, n Chinaman who inflicted
a wound on a native fellow-servant's
head, in the course of a quarrel, $7.
Kamaka, who raised a disturbance
about five cents in a Chinese store,
was given 48 houis nt haul labor.
Ah See was up for threatening
language to Kong Kee, hut his coun
sel couldn't seo that he was charged
under the proper statute, nud so he
Ah Ilcoug, opium in possession,
$50 and 20 days, and appealed.
E. P. McGinncy, drunkenness,
Friday, July 30th.
E. P. McGinney, disordcily con
duct, nolle prosequi entered.
Aaron 'Pallet, larceny of salmon
from Refonnntory School, pleaded
not guilty, but was convicted and
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for 30 days, costs $1.10, and
to be returned to Refoimatory
Iokee Pershnpo, disordcily con
duct, pleaded not guilty. He is a
hack-driver, and was engaged to
take several poisons to Lelco. Ar
rived there they wanted him to wait
till they went into the house for the
fore, one asking him to tome next
day. This did not suit defendant,
and he called out, ''Haul-In," and
swore at the passengers. Judge
Bickeiton said that the only way
for a hackman to recover a fare not
paid at the end of tho tiip, was to
bring a civil action at conoiderablo
expense, and it was better to hold
on to tho passenger till tho faro was
paid. He thcicforc dischaiged tho
accused. Burcnaha for defendant.
G. Grcgeo, drunkenness, foi foiled
Ah Sing, caught smoking opium
in a room in tho Chinese Theatre
by officers Good nnd Hopkins, wns
fined $50 and sentenced toiinpiison
ment at hard labor for 20 days;
The preamble to tho French Gov
ernment bill to authorize tho Pa
nama Canal Company to itsue its
proposed loan, stales that although
tho possibility of the success of the
undertaking is dependent upon con
tingencies of a seiious natuie, the
Tccuniclo Commission has expiesscd
its convictions that the obstacles to
its constructions can bo overcome.
DOES ALCOHOL WARM ?
A ontient was arguing with his
doctor the necessity of his taking a
stimulant. IIo uiged that he was
weak and needed it. Said he:
"Bui, Doctor, 1 must havo tome
kind of a stimulant. 1 am cold,
and it warms me."
"Piecisely," came the doctor's
entity answer. "See heie, this
stick is cold," taking up a stick of
wood from the box beside the hearth
and tossing it into the fire, "now
it is warm; but 'is the stick bene
fited?" The sick man watched the wood
fli st, send out little puffs of smoke,
nud then hurst into :i llanic, nnd re
plied: '-Of lourio not; it is burn
"And so you lire burning youi
self when you waun join sell with
alcohol; yon arc literally burning
up the tissues of your stomach and
Ohi yes, alcohol will burn you
up, but who lluds the fuel? When
you take food, that is fuel, and as
it bums out you keep warm. When
you take alcohol to waun you, you
arc like a man who sets his house
on the and waitus his fingers by it
as it burns. Sel.
WHAT HE DID.
The idea of refusing water to
fever patients is, wo aie glad to say,
neatly a thing of the past. The fol
lowing incident, related by a bailor,
serves as an illustration ot the water
licaltucnt. "Some yeais ago, when
wo lay in .Jamaica, seveial of us vveie
sick with the fever, and among the
test the second mate. The doctor
had been giving him brandy to keep
him up, but I thought it was a queer
kind of 'keeping up.' Why, jou
sec, it stands to reason that if you
heap fuel on a lire, it will burn the
faster, and putting-brandy to a fever
is just the same kind of thing.
"Well, the doctor gave him up,
and I was sent to watch with him.
Ko medicine was 'lelt, for it was no
use nutliing would help him; and 1
had my directions what to do with
the body 'when lie was dead. Towaid
midnight, he asked for some wattr.
I got hi in the coolest I could find,
and all lie wanted ; and if j'ou'll be
lieve me, in less than thice hours he
diank three gallons.
"1 lie sweat lolled oh from him
like rain. Then I thought sure he
was gone; but lie was sleeping, and
as sweetly as a child. In the morn
ing when the doctor came, he asked
what time the mate died.
" 'Won't you go in and look at
hiinV I said.
"Ho went in and took the mate's
' 'Why,' said he, 'the man is not
dead. He's alive and doing well.
What have you been giving him?'
" 'Water, simply water, and all
he wanted of it,' said I.
"I don't know as the doctor
learned anything fiom that, but I
did." Youth's Companion.
AN INDIAN FOLK STORY.
A man wanted a wife, so he
looked about for one to please him,
but could not find ono among all
the giiis he knew. One day he
met one called the Beaver. " She
had lovely teeth ; this lie noticed
when she laughed; so lie made Up
his mind to marry her. He went to
her father and asked him for his
daughter, and was told to marry her
if he liked, but that if ho did he
would have a lot of trouble; and
the father icfused to part with her
unless the suitor promised to make
a biidge across every stream he
came to for her to pass diyfooted.
This the suitor promised to do. He
maiiicd the girl and lived vciy com
foi tably with her for two years when
he went, as usual, owl-hunting,
leaving his wife to make a new
camp. As usual, he made hiidges
over all the ciceks he came to. At
last he came to a diy one. Over
tliis he made no bridge, hut walked
on for a. mile, where ho hung up his
bag to show wbeie he wished the
camp to be made, lie then went on
nud made his snares. It rained
while he was doing so, and lie ic
lurned eatly expecting to find the
camp. But when he came to the
place, there was his bags but no
camp. Going back to look for his
wife ho came to the cieek which
had been 1 1 y in the morning, but
was full of water; nnd what aston
ished him uioie'was Unit a large
beaver house was built that ho had
not noticed before. He then deter
mined to break it, but while he was
ti,ng to break in he hen id his
wife a voice inside telling him to go
away, for his neglect io put up a
budge had changed her into a
beaver. He tried many times to
take the house, but always failed.
His foigctfulness cot him his wife
and two children. Kxchauge.
THE SILVER QUESTION.
A London despatch of July 7
bay.-,: An iinpoitunt meeting of the
Dnlish nnd Cnloiiial Chambers of
Coinmen.0 was held to-day, nt which
thcie was an auiinntid discussion of
the silver question and its hearings
upon the coinmeice of India, Aub
tialia and Gieat Britain. Ilcniy H.
Oibbs, ex-Governor of Hie Bank of
ICngland, opened the proceedings
by a speech showing tho vvoihl.uido
importance of rcbtoiing the nione
taiy value of silver. Sir HobeitN.
Fowler, M. 1, a London banker
and ex-Loul Mayor, opposed that
idea, and was followed by two In
dian im inhere, both bf whom con
tended that the eifeet of the dcpie
cialion of silver must bo finally the
iiiiu of the wheat and cotton indus
tries of Ameiicu uud the develop-
- iimw. fej.,, ifMBBEWP"
ment of India tia the chief wlicnt and
coiton exporter of the world. They,
thcicforc, protested against England
aiding America to restoie the value
of silver at the expense of the inter
ests of Indin. Paul F. Tidlan, an
East India merchant, nigucd that
England had other interests besides
those of India, which stood sorely
in need of the restoration of silver
and trusted that Gibbs ideas' would
be adopted by the meeting. Crump
of the London Times, denounced
the agitation of the silver question
as the woik of the silver miners of
Nevada and their allies, the Wash
ington ring. Moieton Fiewcn pul
verized Crump in n strong speech in
behalf of the fnimcis in the West
and the plaulets in South America
and a resolution was passed by a
vote of twenty-eight to fifteen, amid
great excitement, dcclaiing that the
icmouitization of silver would re
lievo the depression under which
trade is now'staggering. The meet
ing is rcgai (led as highly important
and its influence upon the coming
silver demonstration in Lancashire
must nccessaiily he veiy stiong.
Berlin in 1810 had a population
of 195,000, London had one of
958,803, and Palis one of 713.9GG.
Sixty years later Berlin had 1,250,
000, London 4,000,000, and Paris
nearly 2,300,000. Beilin thcicforc
inci eased moic than six-fold, Lon
don about four-fold, and,Paris about
thiee-fold. The population of Ber
lin during the reign of King William
lias more than doubled.
Eii.sl Miiui Plantation Co.
'lMIEKE will 1 c n t-pecial Mietlng ot
JL the StocUln hi (.'is (if the East Maui
I'liiiiutl" n I o. on SATURDAY, July 31,
ISbO, :il the ollUeot C. Brewer & Co,
Honolulu, at 10 o'clock a.m. By order
of the President. P. C. JONES,
EQ id ' Secretary.
Uiiw'nn.iiuiigcMiiiif'gCo., g 90 1(0
K. O. II ill &. son, ((? 75 100
Intel. 1-lnmt S. N. Co., W0 100
Bell Telephone, a 33 H-
Hiiw'n Agricultural Co, (S100 100
O Brewer As Co., 101 100
Woodlnwn Dairy, 00 10.1
Walluku Sugar Co., Sil 100
Waimaiialo, 170 100
:U.ur Mill, i-5 COO
Reciprocity Sugar Co, M) 100
Ice Company, 87 100
L.A THUHSTON, Stool. Brokci.
3- Merchant Slnii 151 lj
The White House,
No. 118'Kuunnu feitreot-,
UONOLULU, : :
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Reasonable. FirstClass
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
3 IS ly
THE undersigned, having this dav
leased to UEOltOE C!AVANAGtl,
of Honolulu, i lie Honolulu Bienm Laun
dry, notice is hereby Riven lliat the said
George C.iwuiiigh ulonc is icsponsiblc
fur all debts culraclcd bv tho said
George (Jjvannc.h for the said Lauudry
from anil after this date.
W. C. PARICE,
Aslgnco of J I' McLaughlin.
Honolulu, .June 17, 1880. 5G
Mer-Islaiiu S. I. Co.,
Tlie JSest Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'1 he new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
1'ridny, July 23rd.
Tlio steamer paste nlonp tho entire
coa-i of ihc lcuwnrd side ot Hawiil, af.
ford I n j,' tourhts a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, and will stop at KenliUe.
kini Buy, wlicio Milllcient time 1r allow.
d to vUit the Munuuicut of Captain
Tonrl-ls by this loulo rearh Piiuahiii
at 6 o'clock on ihc day after leaving
lloiiilulti, being only one night on the
vcs-ol, making ilm cntiro parage in
binoolli unlet At Ptinnltiu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and f i out ihcru tourists will lie conveyed
I'' rail roa 1 lo l'.ilir.ln, thence try fctuge
(ouch tu kl.ilt.wuy Home, wheie hornet,
and golden will lie in attendance to con.
vcy them io the Yob uno,
'tourists win nave two nigiiiA and one
whole day al the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all ezpentcs.
Apply to IIA'tHY AHMITAGE.
Agent, ut Williams' Photogiiiph Gallery,
Foit bin ot, or in ihc olllcu of tho LIB
N. Co., Ei-plunadu. .tlOOm
Hlncc cstalll hiug oui MUsion In this
dty, wo have frequently Leen f elicited
topriciuo larger and more convenient
quailcr for won-hlp nnd Ilililo (lis?,
quite a number txpicsslng themselves
as willing to contribute toward the
necefsary otpensc. Wo havo now s.o
euicd tho building on Fort ktiout, for
merly used n a gvmiiasliiiH, thus incur
ling quite a debt; beside?, tomo changes
ara nccobury. Therefoio wo would tny
to all who would esteem it a piivllcgo to
aid u in tho mutter, that Ibev can con.
fer willi !r. N. V. iiurgcfc, or w ith the
umlerslgneJ. L A. SUO'iT,
71 lmj A, LA RUE.
MB. B. J. APP&EB7, . M
'IKAOiUJJi OF lUXJl).
I Fur tormp, enquiio nt 1
I 74 in WtST.P'iW&Cn.. FoitS.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of (xoodfj
Heccivel ix Z-alaudia,
J. T. Waterhouse's
70J Queen & Foil Sttect S-oic. if
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Livliif? Six Years Without
Going to Bed.
Mil. Editoii: While trending a fi
days nt the phii'nnl "easlde lown ,
Abeijtwltli, CiiKiiiiiKliire, Walie, 1
heaui ulatid what seciiud tomieiili'r
a fabulous atory or a marullons cmi
The t-tory vviin that u pom tutltiii v'
hud not bien able to lie down In led i -r
itix long jeais, given up lit die by i V t lie
Doctor.-, had been spicdily cuuil l.
some I'aKiit Medicine. It uiih icuitul
with tlic an ire implicit contldcuic Iici
the ciicuimslauce, as was said, Unit tl o
Vicar of lilaniyMvd vvai familiar wnn
the fact", and i until vouch lor the lliilh
of the lepnrt.
II ivlng a little cuiiolty to know l.r v
such btoiles grow In travelling, I ti'
the liberly wlille at the village of II
rutyl to" call upon the Vicar, the K .
T. Evan-", and to enquire about tl
woudei fill cine. 'Ihoulia total ft m
ger to him, both lie and his wife m -
gr.iciou-ly (.iitcitiim d me in a li if
iiouiVcimvcr-ni Ion. principally touching
tho ease of .Mi. Piigh, In which lh y
teemed to lake a deep and bvinpnthcli j
mtcKt, having biinfuinlli.irwiihi.il
sulleiiiigs, and now ujoiccil In w! .
seemed io them u mo-l leuiaiknUecuu'
The Vicar umniked tbuibopie-i tue-i
his name bad been coimtxtul with li.u
icport fiom his baviug inctilioutd the
case to Mi. Ji hit Thomas n cticiiiM of
I, Union. He t-ald .Ml. 1'ulIi was Icru,. -.
ly u icMdintol limit puilsn, but wa i,r, v
living in the puhh ot I.tnt ddeinol
He oirougly vouched Ml m. l'ug1 N
ebaiactcr i a ictpectnilu Jaimci d
woillii f ciedil. I lelt ilu vinna c
Vicar Willi a live lei sense of tl e Imp
lelaliou of a pnMir and cuple, fee t g
that he was ouu who tmly tvii'pmhi it
with all who aieatllicted in mind, Lo...
On my return to Abervstwit'i, I v. is
impresM.il with a dtiitu to see Mr. I'm l,
whobu reputation stood su hili. 11,3
faun is called l'aneon. 31 iwr, g.nlv i g
"above the dingle," situated ne n ,,ie
summit of a smooth louud hill, oV' r
lookiug a beauiitul v.illiy m wliicli U
situated the lovely iv mantled Chuicli
of Llaudileinol. "I louud Mr. I'i.jJi,
appaienlly about 40 j ear- old of nnilium
height, rather bllghi, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. I told him 1 h..d hei id
of his gieat alllietion ulid ot lib u-m. li
able and nlmo-t uiiinciilous iclbf, .n.d
that I had eonie to leal n from hN :i
lips, what there was of truth in the re
ports. Mr. Pupil remarked that his neigh
bor, had taken a kindly and s-v .p
atlictic interest in hi- case for uuuy
years, but of late their inteiesl had lull
greatly awakened by a liappjcluu K'" in
liis condition. What you lepott n.s ii.;v
ing beard abroad, still he, is tubulin t,
tally true, with one evceptlon. I never
understood that my case vvas eyer given
up as hopclef-s by any Physician. I
have been treated by huvcial Docti im
hereabouts, a good as any in Wales tit
unfortunately no pic-ciipiiun if ihclrs
ever brought the desired relief.
Fifteeu J ears ago, hu taid, I hut In.
came conscious ot a (our ami ill iaiq-. d
stomach and loss ot at petite, which .to
Doclois lold mu was Lypepiu. W .U
loud I could hold in my stomach s- in.
id to do me no good and was oi in
Ihrowu up with painful retihiiigs '1 Ms
was tollovred aftei u time wiih u licuu e
ne"8 mid u law borcm-M. of the llti ut
which tho Uoclois called brunt-).' r,
and I was tie.iled fm that, hot h
little success. Thin ennm thoili u-- f
breath and a t-ciisu of siilloc.ilii n, i , c.
chilly ulglil.-, with I'htiuitiv fc.il, . i..i I
would have lo get out ol bc.l and so.i e.
times oj en a door or window In wn r
weather to till my lungs with the cold
About siv cats ago 1 became nil d
thai I could not sleep in bid, hut hull lo
take my unquiet test and dioaiiij si ep
sitting in Mil .iiinchair. Ml ullliLinu
.-ceniul lo be wot Mug downwind into
my bowels a-, well is upwards iniii ny
lung ami tin o i'. In the violent com .
Inj; spasms which grew inoio fuqi. .it,
in abdomen would ewpmd and collar" o
and at time- it would crun thai 1 tl.o ,il
biillocite. All thin lime I was mu ul
in stienglli to that 1 could perl' rm io
haul labor and my tpliith wctm ioi. e.
qtii'iillj much dt pressed.
U uly in this last spring I had a st II
more severe spn-mrdic aitacl;, and lay
family and neighbuis In came nlnii .i,
believing ih it eeiiitiuly I would i.nt : ur
vlve, wliena ucighloi, who had reui.o
knowledge, or hud hiuril ol the iiiili.
cine, sem to Alciy.tu ilh ly the Unvir
of tin: Omnibus lost, s me nwu milts
distant, tu d leii.hid a bottle ot .Mother
MdgclV. Curative sj i up.
'Uiis medicine th'-y dminifUui ,i
me according to the dtrci tit ns, win lo
their surprise aid delight no Its iL,u
my own, the spasm leaoid. 1 Lertin at
ease, and my stoin ieh whs ciliucil. My
bowels wcic iniiVid ns by n e. iu
cathartic, and 1 fell u seme ol ij..tet
com foil all ihruugh iich lis 1 him .ol
before rcalitd in iiiiiny yearn. I emild
wane aioutiu mo house, and lu .llio
comfortably In u few boms after 1 hud
taken the medicine'. 1 havo cniuluuid
to take tho uiedlciuu dally now for
something over two months, ai.d I e.ui
lie down and sleip sweetly in iiihis
and havo not fciwo had a ucunct.i of
ihoeo terriblu spasiiK anil huuiti g I
havo been to long biokcn down tine re.
duced in my whole system that I have
noitrlid lo pel Ioi m any very haul out.
door laLor, deeming u bc-t to bu f.ni.
dent lesi by ovcr.i.eriion I mav d. my.
silf Injury before my strengili' tulTy
restored. I feel thai my slomaih anil
bnwelH have been and are teiug Jhor.
oughly renovated and renewed b) ihu
medicine'. In fact 1 feel liku a new.
I have been much congratulated by
my ni'lcubor, especially by the i noil
Vicar of Llanrystjd, who with bib Tym.
pathetic wife havo coiuo three niliv to
shed tears of Joy on my recovery.
I bade Mr. l'eigh good. bye, happy thai
even one at least among tiiuiuuniU had
found a remedy for tut aggravatirg dis.
Believing this rcmntUablo eu-c of
Hyepiptlo AmIiuvi hhoulil ho tu to
tho public, I beg to submit tl i jvo
facts iu thuy uto lelattd tu ino
800 It wly , P, -p. VV.