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Sm , ' SATURDAY. OCT. 9. 188G.
ISF i -. 1 ;
I Chas. J.'Flshel.
W . n.instcr'scolt Ormonde, winner of not far MU U n U K StH Ml III Hllil RRT
W the Derby and the Two Thousand blown to frncinonU, and the win- Gentlenicn.-it Is with meat nluas. ll Ullll U U 1 1 . lVU. U IVQuiiUllltiliLl iJlluD
' rJ?0 IWLAJEEEI BOOM
For a Large & TarieA Assortment of Goods
Suitable for ile Celebration of Xnvcinlicr 16th,
to arrive, with CIiuh. ,S. Fixhel,
UIS II lei as l !(gIB Hollo IMbI 11
The Leading Millinery
IMPOUTEKS AND DEALERS TN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FOBT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by eveiy Bucket fiom the Fcstcin States and Europe
Fresh Calllornia Produce lij e. cry Simmer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods dclhcrul to any part ot the city free of charge. Island oidcrs foli
cited. Satisfaction guaianttid. Pest Oillci Box llti. Teloidiouo Wo. 03. 1C8 ly
King Street, between Fort and Alakca Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Ililihut, liiimx, Bacon, Block Codfish, Kits and tins Sal.
mon Bellies, keg Butler, Cala CIiccac, kegs Pickle-, kess Pig Pork, Table Rai.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spjcul Beef, Boned Chickfn I.uin h Tongue!!, Chip
ped beef, cuseb ()steis, Saidinc-", Sc.iFoiin Crackers. Firi.i Kr.m, Wlienl, OatH,
White f'nstile Soap, Uianulutcd Sugar, Cube Sugar, P wi'cied bngur, Qennea,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, Ficwdi Pi as etc. Also,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All tit Lowed' market rates and fcalisfiiotion Giiarnnlnd, RT- P. O. Box t-72;
R42I Telephone lift.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 JTor-t Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per steamer Australia Kegs Holland IIeniti.'s, keg-" Family Corned
Beef, kegs Family Corned Poik, Kegs FnmiH Suinkiaili, kegs .Mixed Pickles,
kegs Crystal I)r!p, kits Elm Choice Salmon Iiellies, kits Extra Choice
Mackerel, fresh Smoked Halibut, fresh Smoked Salmon, frisk r!mokud Sim.
(age, fresh Smoked Beef, M'hiilnker Starr Hams, 11m Dupeo limns, Jacob
Dohl's BufialoHums, Cala Dilcd Figs, black and while; Cala Cheese, Oicgon
Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Sap Sago Chcisu, Pino Apple Cheese and Edam
Chcctc, 211. blocks; Snow Whim Codfish, Cicily Lemons, fresh Pears, Red
Cabbage?. E5f" I'nrtioiihir'nttentiou is called to a nico iiSKiirtliient of tho fani.
ous Holmes & Coult's Biscuits, Giahum Wnfoi', Oaken Flakes. Sea Foam
,Wafers, Miilgets, Ginger Wafers and Watei. These biscuits, and a full line
of Cauned Goods and Grain, alo fiesh Awples in boes, in quantities hi suit,
at lowest market price. New Cala Potatoes and Onion in fine condition. 17
Just received, e Lapwing, u lingo consignment pf
Prepared by Joliann Ma
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 316.
Real Estate Agent,
Wiluer's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington liailtoad Agent
in America. '
111 ml PSjfMi illlullloi
House, corner Fort and Hotel sticees.
x nvk -tuxutfrjn;i;M
P. O. Box 2!7.
109 Fort Street
Jiliclis-Platz mm, Germany.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Mnnnger lliiwnllanlOpoin House,
Firo and Lifo Insurance Agent.
RACING IN ENGLAND.
London, September 28 This was
the first day of tho Newmarket
October niculing. The race for the
Hopeful stakes was won by Abing
lon's filly St. Maty, the Duke of
Hamilton's filly Cornaba second,
Lupin's Ally Atlda third. The other
staiters were Le Fovro's colt Cow
slide, Jlanton's colt Loonies. St.
Maty won by three quarters of a
length, one fengtli between second
and third. The Duke of West
minster's colt Ormonde, winner of
the Derby and the Two Thousand
Guineas race, won tho race for tho
great foal stakes,, the Prince Solty
koff's colt Mcphisto second, the
Duke of Westminster's colt "Wliite
friar third. Ormonde won witli the
greatest ease by thiee lengths,
Whitefriar a bail third. S." F.
A HEW PROJECTILE.
Paris, September .10 General
llouhingor, tlosiiing to secure from
the Government an appropriation
of $-50,000 for new explosive
bombs, recently invited the Budget
Committee to witness experiments
lie was carrying on in private. The
experiments were made with a mor
tar, designed as a type of the de
struction of fortifications. The mis
sile thrown explodes with exceed
ingly (lest motive effect. It is
charged w ilii a new explosive, of the
composition of which General llou
langCT and his associates alone
posses the secret. The compound,
however, is admitted to have all the
pouurs of gunpowder with none of
its defects, ami in addition to be
easily transportable and to be tree
from liability to spontaneous igni
tion. It is stated that the Budget
Committee were not only highly
pleased with the result of the experi
ments, but promised to fully sup
port General Iioulnnger's demands
for a large special approptiation.
S. F. Bulletin.
REVOLUTIONIZING YACHT GUILDINC.
New York, Sept. 30. The Jli7
ami JZxprcst says : Dai ius Dawson,
an aged naval architect and engi
neer of this fcity threatens to create
quite a sensation in. yacht designing.
He lias just completed a model
which he thinks is capable of foi til
ing the fastest sailing craft allo.it.
The model embraces all the more
valuable effects of the cutter, sloop
and catamaran, and, according to
tho modeler's claim, combines all
the stability usually found in fast
sail craft with the speed which' is
gcneially displayed by tho cata
maran. The lines are remarkable
for symmetry and firmness. The
bows are as sharp as those of the
steam launch Henrietta, and the
run is as clean as that of the famous
Slillclto. The model is not of the
center-! lonrd type. A vessel con
structed after it would be tho same
number of feet in depth on a length
of UO or 10U feet, as the four great.
American sloops, and the breadth
of beam would be fully 20 feet, or
nearly 2J feet more than the cham
pion Mayllower, ;l feet more than
tho beam of the Puritan and the
Atlantic, and nearly -1 feet more
than the Piiseilla. S. F. Bulletin.
PRESERVATION OF MANUSCRIPTS.
London, Sept. 30th. The Slaml
ufd which, though Toiy in politics,
is capable of advanced views on
other subjects, holds up America us
an example for the English to imi
tate. "Americans," says this jour
nal, "ate our masters in many de
partments of literary administra
tion." It explains and praises
the organization of American town
lihraiies. Dr. Bond bewails the de
clining spirit of tho Fnglibli as col
lectoi s. They have lately witnessed
the disposal of many precious col
lections of books and manuscripts,
and allowed some of the rarest
works to go abroad and will be lost
forever tp England. lie sees no
hope of preserving such treasuries
in the future unless through'fhc jielp
of free libraries, This is a singular
confession for the head of UioBii
tish Museum. S. F. UiiJIotin.
A TERRIFIC EXPLOSION.
Bartow-on-tlie-Soiind, N. Y., Sept.
30, A terrific explosion occurcd at
the Ditmar Powder Works, Baj'
clipster, on the Ilailem river branch
of the New York and New Haven
Railroad, at 10 o'clock this morning,
resulting in the instantaneous death of
four men employed in tio factory,
The explosion occurred in the packing-house,
a 1-story frame building,
20x30 feet, in the center of the
giounds and about 200 yards from
the main factory, a largo building
near the water, where the bulk of
tliu giant-powder and tho nitro
glycerino used for the new aqueduct
works is manufactured. I'lio men
were hard at work putting pp and
packing cartridges, when suddenly,
and without warning, tho explosion
ocelli red, shatteiing the building to
splint ei s and blowing four men to
fragments. The exploding powder,
of which there was large quantity,
shot up into t)ie air as high as fifty
feet, and splinters of thp building
were blown over a milo distant.
After the explosion the lower tim
bers of thp building took fire and
burned fiercely. A large tree near
by was torn up by the roots and tho
branches of tho other trees wero
blown away. The ground around
for half n mild was strewn with fing
ments of tho dead, splinters, packing-paper,
etc. The violence of the
explosion shook houses in Bartow,
across tho creek from Baychcstcr,
and many windows in the hotel at
Pelliam Bridge, over ono mile away,
were shattered. At Westchester
the windows in many houses were
broken. This is the second explo
sion that has occurred in these wotks
this year. Tho one last winter blew
a man into fragments. Iany
persons living miles away diove
hurriedly to the scene, and some of
them bellied to gather together the
fragments of tho dead men. The
window-sashes and doors in tho rail
road station standing at Baychcstcr,
not far from the powder works, were
blown to fragments, and the win
dows in other houses were damaged,
but no one outside the factory was
hurt. S. F. Bulletin.
London, Sept. 20th. Zankoff, in
an interview at Sophia yesterday,
denied all knowledge of the plot to
remove Alexander. He said: "I
accepted olllcc in the provisional
Cabinet because the movement of
the army appeared to be general ;
but on the lcbistanco of Stambuloff
myself and my colleagues requested
Karavcloff to take office to facilitate
tho return of Alexander. While
strongly patriotic, my patriotism
does not prevent mo from recogniz
ing that Bulgaria must gravitate in
the orbit of Russia. To follow any
other policy, whether Austrian or
English, would bu an aberation,
therefore Alexander was bound to
Washington, Sept. 28. At the
meeting of the General Grand Chap
ter of lioyal Arch Alasons of the
United States, which began its lii
ennial convocation here lo-day, Cali
fornia was represented by JI, II.
Knopp, Thomas II. Caswell and
Henry S. Onne, and Oiegon by T.
McF. Patton, David P. Mason and
Senator J. N. Dolpli. The pro
ceedings to-day began with a parade
of the local commnnderies of
Knights Templar and Masonic or
ganizations. The Eoach mills at Iloywood,
England, were burned to-day. The
mills employed 40,000 spindles.
The advocate of woman suffrage
have issued pamphlets witli the
names of fifty well-known lawyers
attached, professing to show that
there is nothing in tho Constitution
of New York to exclude fiom voting
any person W liom it does not ex
pressly designate as excluded.
We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
deiangemeut of the stomach, bin, if
neglected, It in lime involves the whole
frame, embracing the kidnejs, lner,
puncieus, and in fact the enliio gland,
ular system; and tho ulllieted di.igs out
a miseiablu existence until death gives
lelief fiom suiU-iing. The disease is
often miblaken for oilier eomplaiiits;
but if the reader will ask liluisell the
following questions he will bu able to
determine wlrcther be himself is one of
the atllieted: Hue I distress, p .in, 01
difllciilty in breathing after eating? Is
there u dull, heavy teullng, atteiuiLd by
diowsine.-sV H.io tliu eyes u yellow
liugeV D01 s a thick, siickj hiucoik
gather about the gum and teeth in the
mornings, iiccoinpanitd by a disagree.
al)le MstuV Is tliu tongue co.ili.dV Is
tlicru )iiin in the sides and back? Is
theru a fullness about 1 he right side as
if the livur weiu enliiigiugV Is there
vcitigo or libie-s when rKing slid,
denh fiom 1111 Iiniizonttil poiiionV Aic
tlie secret ions tiom tho kidnej.s highly
coloured, with a deposit niter standing?
Does lood feimcut soon alter eating,
accompanied by flatulence or belching
of gas from tin) blouuich? Isthciufie
quent palpitation of thu hearty There
various symptom may not bo piescnt at
one time, but ihey torment tliu sullen r
in turn as thu dreadful disease pio.
gieses. If the ease bo one ol long
standing, there will bu a diy, hacldng
cough, attended alter a time by ex pic.
toiation. In oiy advanced stage-, the
skin assumes a 'dirty biownUh appear,
mice, and thu hands and feet uiu covet id
by a cold r.tieky pctsphation. As the
liver and kidneys become inniu and
more dheased, lheuiimtic pains appear,
and the usual treatment proves entirely
unavailing against the latter agonising
disoider. The 01 igin or this malady is
indigestion or dyspip.-ht, and a small
quantity of the pioper medicine will
lemove tliu disease U tnkeu in its incip
ieucy. It is most impoitant that the
disease should bo promptly and propcily
treated in its llret stages, when a little
medicine will ellcct 11' cure, and oven
when it has obtained 11 btiong bold the
correct icmedy should be persevered In
until every vestige of the discni-o is
eradicated, until the appetite has relum
ed, and tliu digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The smest and
most ellectual remedy for this distress.
ing complaint is "Selgel'i) Cuiative
Syrup," a vcgetablo picpaititiou told hy
till chemists and mdiciitu vendors
theouglipii, the world, and by the pio
prlctois, A, .1, White, Limited, Lomloii,
K. O. Tliir. 8yrp sti Ikes at tho very
foundation of the disease, and di Ives it,
iootuid branch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist for Beigel's Ourative
"East-street Mills, Cambrldgc-hcath,
'London, E, C, July 2-uh. 1883
"Sir, It gives me great pleasiiro to be
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup us 11 ciiiativo agent.
1 had sull'eied for some length of time
fiom a tovero founot imligo-iioii, and
tho long train ot dlstiessing symptoms
following tlmt dlsmise. Iliad tiled nil
possible muinis to uet icliuf, by soaking
thu host medical advice. I had swallow
ed sulticient of their stud' to Ho it 11 mail,
of-war, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the cccue
in tliu midst of my millet lugs, biouglit
with him u bottlu of your Selgcl Syiup;
lie advised uiu lo try it, btatiug ho fe't
confident it would benefit me. Belli
weary of tryspg to many drugs, 1 con.
deiiiiied it before tiial, tbinUIng it could
not possibly do mo any good, but ult I.
mutely determined to take tho Syrup.
After doing k for u fano't tiino it work
ed such a change in uiu that I continued
taking it for ncarlv two months, and I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I ha, u
discontinued it Ue for tlvo weeks, ntod
foul in tho best of health, and enn pnr
take any kind of food with ease nnd
com Tort." 1 am theicfoio thankful to
you Hint, through tho liiMiuinontnllty of
your valuable medicine, I am tesloicd to
the state of health I now enjoy, Yours
tiuly, W. S. FoHSTMi.
"1'oMr. A. .1. Whito"
Thoio who aro in the "AMlunn
Fur nine" should lo'o no time in obtain.
tiff lelief by the use of "The Rosing.
weed Tar Mixture," hut do not uo the
ine blue unless jou will follow all the
directions "to the letter."
Poor AMhma Mifl'oreij', who are
stiiuiijeis to ''tlicd Nntutu's sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should lii-ike use
of "The Roslnwcud Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will lollow lis use
"Watciloo House, London Stile, Chls
wick, "Fein uniy I7lb. 1832.
"Mesrs. Wntto and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, ft is with threat pleas
ure that I mid my testimony to the
wor.duiful effects of Sclgcl'.s ijrap. For
years 1 nail been suffering from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mtt w ouhl come before my eyes,
so that I should not bu able to lecognlsu
any one or anything at tliu dl-tanee of u
yard or two fiom my face. Tins would
bu followed by exce-lo tieuibllngof
my knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after which a severe
headache would oecur, lasting often two
or tlneu dags. 1 have tried various
remedies for these dls.tios.3lm; sj inptoms,
but niitIl I tried tolgelV tvmp 1 had no
relief irhicu then I have had excellent
health In every n-spect, and if ever 1
feel a headache coming 011 I take one
doo of the Syrup, which arrests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may be. the
menus of Inducing others (who .suffer as
1 used) to tiy the Syrup, as 1 feel sure
they will receive speedy bonelit and
ultimately bo cured, 1 beg toieiiiaiu,
"A. H . Ron 1 on."'
Pclgel's Operating Pills prevent ill
effects from pxcnss in eating or drink
iiiy:. A good doe at bed-tlmu rundeis
a person tit for buslndss in the morning.
If jou Inuo Asthma uu 'The Rosinwueil
IIFREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tacted without the written order of
myself or wile.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 18815. 28 3m
No. CO Ntmanu t- trcet.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, nnd all kinds of Wood
work llnisli. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and I'lin
lui:. Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Ord'eis fiom tho other Is
AJhthea, e:ci jueou St.
Coiitvii',toi' nairi Siuihler.
S 01 e and ulllies lilted up, Estimates
given on all kinds of luiok and woodcu
buildings, Plan-, and Specification:, fur-ni-lied
J3T Oillce, 110 lieictanhi St.;
Mutual Telephone, !IV2; Postollico Box,
1!). li'ia ly
"ES. 33. THOM-A. ,
Office, corner Alakia and Queen stieets,
xitiTiiAi. iulli'iioxi:, 3:5.
514 P. (J. )!o 117. in
N. F. BURGESS,
8-1 King si reel, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter unit Iliiililer. Itiiucu;o nnd
Drtiylng and bte.unei Fi eight carefully
Carriage painting done by 11 first-class
workman at 78 King'stieet.
Jobbing in alioye lines attended to with
promptness, and charges arconling to
the amount and ipinlllv of woik.
Office Telephone, (i2. lluMdence, 1C2.
Prf HONOLULU IRON WOHKS,
isSSsaBteaui engines, sugar mills, boil
eis, eoolcrb; iron, binss ami lead cast
ings; maehliioiy of every description
Hindu to oidur. Puiticiihir attention paid
to ship's black smithing, .lob woik exe
cuted at short notice. 1
BKOWN cte PHILLIPS,
Piiiiiliciil Pluinbeis, Qas Filters
and Onpper.suiiilis, No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. t3T llouru and Ship .lob
iik promptly executed, 11);
J A, MoKBNZIB,
. PR ACTIO A L PLUMBER
All oidois for House or Ship work
C2T Shop next to Post Oillce, Bethel
Street. P. O. Box lt)0 Bill Tclu.
phono 421, 154 ly
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
1 mil ul the Gazette Woe.; Merchant
Ey-Thu English Admiralty Charts
.1 . nys on hand. 1 by
TONER & CO.
NO. t3 ir'Olia-'. ST1133I3T.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
or every desi ription of Jewelry, Watches,
G ibl ami Silver Plated Ware, &u.
j- -" il'lt'iltmiTTii -r-M rr
!t a small 101, to (.lose jonsigami'iii.
is? Full lines of llaidwiue, Agrluuliui.il liiipleuients, ete.
jVi'W GouiIh 1.v
mm 1 1
if s w?Z2?zmr, is ' 15 m.i -i
G-ranite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Oliandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
Will bo open every afternoon and even
ing n-s follows:
Monday, TurKiIay. WcdiicHiluy anil
To the pulilie iir general.
For Indies and irentlcincn.
For ladies, gcnileiiivii and children.
Lessons'in Fancy Skating.
Filday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM: WALL, Manager.
R. EORE 6l Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & Goncral Machinist.
IW All work Pioinptly and neatly Per.
foinied. 205 3m
Ehoads & Greene,
House Jiuihlers and Architects.
Plans, Spioiiicationsand detailed Draw,
ingr fuiiiisliid lor all kindt ot wood or
bilck buildings, and Estimates given
for thu Mime. All jobbing pioinptly at
tended to and clitu gev moderate. Any
of tliu nbou work ontrued lo our euro,
will receive our personal attention.
Oidcrs fiom tho other islands solicited.
Office and Shop, 88 Queen St.
Honolulu, May 7, 1880. 823 ly
. ' , 1' ,
WMBf - tfy wttftnagiw-xnyg
Hardware Oo., L'd
HONOLULU, II. I.
in 3L.!iiaij Ooodw,
A now Invoice of LintcriiB, Kerosene OR of the vi'ry
Best Quality, Stoves, Rangos and Tinware
xiiod-oPKooir1 wiiijv tic xAxrsa
Rtcouimended by File Underwiii'eis of i'nu Francisco,
elu , etc. An nctual Protection ngalnt Fire.
Every sjleuiiiei, 07
mwm !.' iium iszrmAa&xk tM&jauetRn ftirMuuna
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ix Zcalandia,
W OW READY
70J Queen & Fort Street Stoics. If
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Loinou Soda, Lemonade, Saisaparilla,
Fruit Sjrups nnd Essences and
mado.from tlie puiu Apple, all of which
wo guanuuee to be lliu best.
SS" We also invite parties intending
starting;, stores for tlie sale of iciil
driuks and wishing lountain supplier,
to call on us befoiu going clsewheie.
TIg Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Box 887, Ilonolulu.
No. 03 Hotel street,.
Opposite Intel national Hotel,
Canes and 7alking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Oomiccs, Cuitaiu Poles, &o.fc
tnadu ol tho latest designs.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alitkt'ii Kfiecfc.
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Libiary consists at tho piescnt
tluio of oer Five Thousand Volumes.
The Heading Boom is supplied with
about fifty of thu leading newspiipciH
A I'm lor is provided for coiiveisation
Tenns of membership, fifty rents :i
month, payable cjiitutcily in advance.
No fonnality i emitted In joining except
signing tho mil.
Strangers fiom foreign countries ami
visitors fiom tho other Munda tiro wel
come to thu looms at all times as guests.
Tills Association having no tegular
melius of suppoit except tho dues of
members, it in c.-pceli'd that lesidents
of Honolulu who deshu to avail them
selves of its pilvlleges, nml all who feel
an interest In maintaining an institution
of this kind, will put down tliuir names
and become legular eoniilbuloir,,
S. B. DOLE. Piesldent,
3.1 . 31. SCOTT, Vice-President,
II. A. PABMELEE, Secretin)',
A. L. SMITH, Tieasiuer,
O. T. BOOGEBS, M.D.,
Chalrnian Hall and Llbraiy Comniitteo.
'-kl?A$IJiiiiiiwi&- h4Al3i.i' ,.-- aiai-jsisiuwfef jfeat.IfeK'ki