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Till Association having no lcgultir
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S. . DOLE. President,
M. 31. SCO'J'I', Vice-President,
II. A. PARMELEE, Sccietniy,
. Ji. L. SMITH, Trensitior,
0. T. RODGERS, 3I.D.,
Chnlrmnn JJall nud Library Committee.
m ff Bin B BS 5" N & w ni hU i
Eustace k mmm
Wo should Blot Out Disease
in ItB Early Stagos.
The disease commences with a rllglit
derangement of tho stomach, but, if
neglected, it In tlmo involves the wholo
(nunc, embracing tho hldncvs, User,
p'incicas, and in fact the oiutro gland.
ulur system j and tho ntlllctcd drags out
n miserable existence until deatli gives
relief fioni btilfcrlug. 'iho disease is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if tho reader will ask himself tho
following (jtiLSllons he will bo able to
determine whether lie himself Is one of
the afflicted : Have I distress, pain, or
dillleullv in brcatliluc after eating? 1
there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow
tinge? Does a thick, siicky mucous
gather about I he gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
able tasto? Is tho tongue co.tted? is
there pain in the sides and back? 1b
there a fullness about the light side as
if tho liver weio enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizilticjs when rising sud.
duily from nn hoilyontnl position? Ate
tho secretions from tho kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit after standing?
Does food ferment soon after eating,
accompanied by llatuleneo or belching
of gas from tho stomach? Is thcio fie.
quenl palpitation of tho heart? These
various sj mptonis may not bo present at
one time, out uiey lornioni ine suuciir
lu turn as the dieadful disease pro
grosses. If the case bo ono of long
standing, theio will ho a dry, hacking
cough, attended alter a time by epee.
toratlon. In ety advanced stages tho
skin assumes n dirty ntownisii appear,
mice, and thu hands and feet are eov end
bv :t cold sticky persphatlon. As thu
li'vcr and kidnevs beconio more and
moro dl'cased, lheumutiepnliis appear,
and tho luual treatment pioves entirely
unavailing against the hitter agonising
disoidu. Tho origin of this malady is
Indigestion or dyfptpila, and a smalt
quantity of tho proper medicine will
remove the disease it taken in Its luclp
icney. It is most impoitnnt that tho
iilsftts.a should be nrotiiiitlv nnd nroncilv
treated in it flrot stages, when a little
medicine will effect a euro, and even
when it lias obtained a stlong hold the
correct remedy should bo persevered in
until every vestigo of tho dlseafo is
eradicated, until the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthv condition. The sure't and
most cffLCtual lcmedy for this distress
lug complaint U "Sclgcl's Curative
Svlup,'" u vegetable prepaiation sold by
ail chenihts and mdielno vendois
throughout the world, anil by the pro
piietois, A. J. "White, Limited, London,
E. C. This Syrvp strikes at tiio very
foundation of the disease, and diives it,
loot and branch, out of tho system. Ask
your chemist for .Scigcl's Curative
"East-sliect Jlills, Cambrldgchcalh,
"London, E. C, July 24th. 1683
"Sir, It glve3 me gieat pleasure to be
ablo to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had suffered for some length of-tituo
from a sevcie foi m of indigestion, and
the long train of disticssing symptoms
following that disease. 1 had tried nil
possible means to got relief, by seeking
tho best medical adv lee. I had swallow,
cd sulUcient of thcii stuff to flout a man.
ot-war, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A ft lend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midht of my htifleiings, brought
with him n bottle of your Soigcl Syrup;
ho advised me to tiy it, stating lie felt
coulldent it would benefit me. Being
weary of ttysng so many drugs, 1 con.
dcinncd it hefoie ttinl, thinking it could
not possibly Jo mo any good, but ulli
mutely determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a short tlmo it work,
ed b'ich n cnango In mo that I continued
taking it foi nearly two mouths, and I
then felt thoiotighly cured, for I have
discontinued its use for five weeks, and
feci in tho be4 of health, and can par
tako any kind of food with ease and
comfort. 1 am therefore thankful to
j on that, through tho Instrumentality of
your MilunTilu medicine, I am restored to
tho state of health I nojv enjoy. Yours
truly, MY. B. ityusTr.it.
"To Mr. A. ,T. 'White."
Tiioso who arc in the "Asthma
Furnace" should lo.-e no lime in obtain
ing relief bv the use of "Tho Rosing
vued Tar Jli.xtiuo;" hut do not uso tho
medicine unless vou will follow all the
directions "to the letter."
Poor Asthma Mifleiers, who nio
stiangeiR fo "tired Nature's sweet
restoicr, 1 almy sleep," should niiko use
of "Tho Ro.-invvecd Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use.
" Watf-ilcn House, London Stile, Chls
vvick, "Febiuary nth, X8S2.
"MesTb. White nnd Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It U with great pleas,
uro that I add my testimony to tho
wondeiful effects of Scigcl's tjiup. For
years 1 nad been suffetiiig from bilious
attack?, which began with giddiness;
then a inUt would come befoto my eyes,
so that I should uof.be able to lccognlso
any ono or anything at tho dMaiico of a
yaid or two fiom my fate. Tins would
be followed by cxcclui ticmblliignf
my Knees, so that 1 could not stand
without support; after which :i severe
heudaeho would occur, lasting often two
or. thieo dags. J have tiled various
remedies for these disti e.sslug symptoms,
but until I tncd Scigcl's hymn 1 liud no
relief, biuco then I havo had excellent
health In every icspcet, and if over I
feel a headache coining on 1 tako one
doo of the Symp, which arrests it.
Hoping lliatthJH testimonial may be the
liiotins of Inducing others (who buffer as
I used) to try the Syrpj), as I feel sure
they will leeelvo speedy Jieneflt and
ultimately bo ctiicd, I beg to leiimjn,
"A. II. IIOU'ION,"
Sclgel'n Operating Tills piovent 111
effects fiom oxenss In eating or drink
ing. A good do-o at bt'd-tinio rendors
a person lit for buslines in t)io inornlng.
If j on linvu Abthmiiuru' 'The Josi)W'ced
WEDNESDAY. FED. U, 1887.
EL.' . ' -
CULTIVATION OF CINCHONA IN
Bolivian cinchona was foimcily
gathered by tho Indians, nnd in such
u manner Mint lingo forests wcro
tlcstioycd, trees cut down, Mio bmk
token in any wny merely to iniiko up
largo quuntitieH; to-day tho quinia
plantations, or, as they nre called
Here, quinnlcs, nre cultivated nnd
nourished with caro nnd ngriculturnl
science, tho principnl planters being
Gcinmns one, Otto Rieliter, possess
ing 2,000,000 plants: tho estate of
.lohn Kiaft, u Hollander, lately de
The cultivation of quinia in planta
tions, Hysleniatically, has been car
ried on for about hovcii years, hardly
long enough to show ull tho advan
tages, as Micro is room for much
study and impiovcmcnt.
Mapirc, about sixty leagues north
of MiiH place, or about fivo days'
journey, lias under cultivation about
1,000,000 plants; Longa, northeast of
this city about twenty leagues, fiOO,
000 plants; Yungiis, east-northeast
twenty leagues, 1,000,000 plants;
Gunniiv, east of Mapirc, oOO.OOO
plants; total, 0,500,000 plants.
Whom the principal qtiinnles tue
it is a very lough and broken coun
tiy, the Amies being seamed und cut
into deep valleys in every direction.
The tices arc planted on tho sides of
the vnllovs or lidges in altitudes of
about :i,00!) to -1,000 feet abovo tho
sea. Tliev will einvv higher up, oven
to 8,000 feet, but aic stunted and will
give little or nothing of what is called
hero tho quinia salt. Tho plants
want n gicat deal of sun, heavy rains,
nnd fresh winds.
1 have convoiscd with three of tho
principal superintendents of Mio
largo quinia plantations all Ger
mans and they Fay that tho culti
vation of quinia is yet in its infancy,
and there will be many improve
ments llnough time and experience.
A tree will give from 15 to 20
pounds of seed. The seed is collected
in November and December (the
catly summer months here) and
planted very thickly in boxes or beds
about 12 feet in length and II feet in
bieadth, and placed on a slight de
elino or fall nnd well irrigated.
When tho plants nro about 0 inches
iu height nndlmvo a few leaves, from
five to six (which is about fivo
months), they aro transplanted;
holes of some 8 to 10 inches deep nro
dug about six feet apart, in which
they are planted. Tho plant is cov
ered partly over with twigs and other
light stufl, grass and leaves to Keep
oil' tho sun for about three months.
When t)io plant is strong and
healthy, tho uiidorgrowth of other
plants is cleaned out and great caro
is taken. This attention continues
for about two years, and then tho
plants that nio left nro considered
.fcottnd. About 25 per cent of all tho
plants decay or rot in this time.
Afteivvaid the undergrowth is cleared
once n year, and when tho treo js six
yoais old, it is productive, grows to
about hi feet in height, and has a
diameter of about six inches up to
about 0 oi 7 feot, Wlicro tho bark is
of llioiuost pioductivu kind the trunk
giovvs stiaight and slender, nnd has
the form of an orango tice, When u
treo is left standing for ten or twelve
yeaisitis over iv foot in djapieler,
tlio baik is thicker and heavier, but
not so productive in quinia, Tho
bark is ready to cut when tho tree is
about six yeais old. An incision is
inndo around tho trunk of tho treo a
few inches from tho giound, another
ineission tonio 21 incites above around
tho fiee, and Mum two incissions pp
porito, lengthwise. The btujc is
pulled off in two pieces. Two cuts,
and sometimes tjijco, aro got off each
tree, 22 to 21 inches in length nnd 7
to S inches ill width. When covered
it curls up liko tho cinnamon hark.
After tho tieo is stripped it is out
down, leaving the trunk about
twelve inches abovo tho ground,
and from tho base, whero tho
bark has been left, Micro springs out
somo fifteen or twenty shoota or
spouts; theso nro left giowjng until
tjioy mo a littjo higher than tho
stump, then t)icy nro thinned out,
leaving two or thtco ; tjioy glow fast
and iu live years give goo4 barjv.
The trees produco on nil nveiugo
about four and u half pounds of hark,
and tue shipped in tho southern
hemisphere Into in spring October
to .Tutiuaiy. Tho bark is placed in
paved yaids, and is generally cured
iu four d.tv, bi.it if lain sets in, at
times it takes nearly t))rco weeks.
Tho piineipal enemy in Mio jiisect
lino is a huge black ant, which is
ve:y destructive. Tlieio nro various
classes of tlto omnia tieo, ealisaya,
gi ecu and purple, Tjo gieat'or part
of tho quinia passes through this cjty
baled and sent to Tncno and 3Io
londo. Cinchona is tho common
ntiiiio for all quinia,
Tlio nuukot piicc is now 10 cents
per pound, Bolivia currency. It has
(-o)d as J)jg)t ns 200 bolivianos per
quintal. It fnimo;)y paid a tax of
(!.10 bolivianos per quintal; npvypno;
linlf, !t.20 bolivfiinos, ono-jiajf to ()ip
government and one-half municipal,
As tho gicater pint of tho qufnia
forebts wero destroyed, und, until
ery hiloly, tho cultivation of quinia
has not )'e eaincd out in n proper
manner, it js mify nojy that it may
bo said to bo n icgttlar busjiicss. The
highest exportation of Into ycais pas
been 20,000 quintals; but it has
dwindled down for various causes,
so that tills year it will not bo moro
than 5,000 quintals, and nt present
ptiees loaves no profit, tho exponsi'S
of getting it to tho coast being heavy.
Ho (tenderly) i "And what $0
you think of tho engagement ring J
Jjent you, Gertie V She (delighted
ly): ",Oh, it is beautiful I in
'Jnct, tliohnndsowipst ono I over hart
given me I"
THE NEW YORK
ife Insurance Co.
Old. Successful. Trustworthy. Purely
Mutual. No Stockholders.
Assets over -Surplus
It Usttes the Best forms of policy and
ys the LAI tG EST Tontluo Divi
dends of any Compmy.
Tho litest ndvnntnge added to Its Ncn
Forfeiting Limited Tontlno Policies Is:
A gnnrnntccil return of nil
l'rcmlnmH pnlrt, In addition
to Fncn of Policy, iu caso of death
during tho Tontlno period.
For full particular) apply to
0. 0. BERGEE, Honolulu,
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
A small invoice of
Imported direct from Havana.
C. 0. BERGEE.
Sunbeam Tea !
Just received ex Australia.
PURE ,JA1?A.T Tl'JA,
In Mb. ami 2-1 b. tics and 3f-" packages.
For sale, lower than anywhere eLo in
town, wholesale nail ictail, by
HANG MOW CHONG & CO., Agents,
93 Nuuonu Street, Honolulu. tfi
Competition tho Life of Trade.
Tie United Carriage Go,
-p KSPECTFULLY SOLICITS A
XV continuance of tho patronage of
those who occasionally require an ex.
piU-S forSIIOITIKO, MAKING CAI.L, AC.
AC. The manager also desires to stnto
that tho Company's driveis have earned
a reputation for oakxfui. diii vino, civil
ity and STittcT adiiehkkck to Tim
leoal itATKB of faro, thereby iivoldlng
tho necessity to use cards, showing tho
tho tlmo they have been engaged and
the amount received for fares.
Tho protection which tills Company
oilers the public against overcharging,
incivility, cr lueUless driving, lies in
tho fact that the majority of their driv
ers have, by steady application and strict
attention to business, become ovvmrs of
the tesin? hey drive, Furthermore Iho
numerous calls for flic Cqsipanv's Cak.
iiiauks, demonstrate bcond n doutt,
that so far, satisfaction his been ac
cordid. to tho nubile, Parties who de
sire to ride behind 11 certain horso or
driver, ciin always suit their choice, as
tho drivers arc not in the habit of chang
ing about from ono stublo to another.
piscietion in charging, is a special
feature of tho Company's policy,
No Eytra, Charge for Carriages or
dered by Telephone,
For a Hack, Ring Up
TELEPHONE No. 290!
United Carriage Company,
OrFlppAND CAftltUfjE STANp:
Cor. lilnis As Vort ttpcotf,
Will bo open every nfterncon and even
ing as follows:
Blouday, Tuesday, Wcrtiicattay and
To the public in general.
For Indies and gentlemen.
For ladles, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Hkatlng.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION!
NUMEROUS COMPLAINTS FROM
time to time, appearing In the
daily papers of Incivility, ovcrohuiglng,
etc., by hackiuon,
The Hawaiian Hotel Stables
Brg to notify their patrons t)iat all their
di i vers on leaving tho stand have tho
time taken, and on returning the drivers
111) nut a card with faro churged wlillo
away, by which means iho public are
protected and the proprietors aro able to
investigate any overcharges aud com.
up No. :.
RYAN'S BOAT BUTLDINQ
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
JOHN ITT, 1. 8
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Coods,
PLUMBING, TIN, ' COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
(Formeily with Samuel Nolt).
Imporlox iiikI Dealer1 ?a
STOVES, CHA'DELSERB, ! AMPS,
OROORKHY, GLASSWAHK, HOUSE FURNISHING HAKDWAHK,
AGATE IKON AND TINWAHE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
t2? 8toro formerly occupied hy S. NOTT, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank. -98
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successor! to Dillingham & Co., & Samuol Nolt.)
New Goods for tho Holidays! Silver Plated "Ware
in New Designs.
From tho very lies makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete fStoclc ol" OootlH in J3vry TjIuo.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 05
Hollister & Co.
IIAYE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LI2JE OF
Pioneer Steam Oendy Fact' y.
And Cake Bakery.
Keeps always on hand tho largest stocic and greatest variety of Hoinc
Matlo, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pure Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
F. HORN, - Proprietor
And Oply Practical Confectionor and Ornatnonter in this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, hut aro made now ns before, of superior quality
and richness of flavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which defies imitation and fully sustains a twenty-threo years' reputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu.
.merica'i, Trench, Italiau, English, and German Pastries
Made to Order at; Short Notice,
llreml Delivered fi'very Day to all parlM of the City.
At $3.00 for one, ami 86.00 for two Gallops, Madp from rftih Egg
Custard. It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to bo
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to bo the Richest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed hy
factory, Store and Ice Cream
Between JFort & Jimwnu.
Parlor: No, 71 Hotel Stroet,
joth. Tc'eplione No 74- 29
w mmm mg&lh I
Let me have a mild
riMll AllOVn REQUEST IS HEARD
X dally in cigar tt ires, saloons and
o.lur pi ices whero cigars aro told, for
It l an undisputed fact that mostsinoltors
prefer a inlhi cigar and that those who
have for a long tnno smokid strong
clprs, plnclpally imported Mntillas,
will, after having thoroughly injured
the ctoiiinch nnd impnired tho mrvotnJ
tyslim, wirely want a mild cigar, If they
could llnd iho right kind.
How muuy Ihoueatids i f smokers who
sutler from 1 ts ot appetite, headache,
nirvo s Irritability, asthma, etc., and
who have tried all possible romcdlis
without success, misht l:o cured It' they
know that their sufleilngs wcro caused
by iho Intimpcratc U"o of siiotig cigars,
and Hi it they should only smnko inlltl
'ind propei ly prepaied one".
It is a tact that all mild ciunis cgren
well vvltli smokcis, for in most cutes
there Is a lock of care In tho telecilon of
tho tobacco, and often Iho ntcessary tx.
pcrienco lor it is wanting, jet thirois
one biand which suits tliomost fastidious
smoker, and that U
"Sailer" Healll Cigar
Which is made from mild, aromatic and
particularly iclccted and prepared to
bacco, nud combines nil tho qualities,
which may bo expected from a health
cigm. It causes no bad effect of any
kind, is agreeablo to tho taste, bums,
evnily to the end nud possesses a flno
aroma. No smoker should fall to give
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit himself nt tho
For sale Everywhere.
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
Order loft at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, P4 King Street, will be promptly
attended to. 691y
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for role, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split,
Man ion io liny,
' Cracked Corn,
Orders are hereby solicited aud will
bodellveied at any locality within the
No, S KTNCf SXKDEECT.
JlotU TclenhonpH, 1H7. (4
Health is Wealth !
DR. 15. O. WEST'S nnnvB AMD IlnUH Tbsat
Mkkt, n Ruarontoeu eiiocltia for Hysteria, Dlnl
11033, Convulsions, 1'its, Nervous Neuralgia,
lloidiiclio.Norvouii Prostration, caused bjrtlieuto
o( nlcoliol or tobacco, Wokotolnets, Mental Do
prcMdlun, Bof tonlntf of the Drain, roaultiiig in in.
wmity and loading tn mleery, docay and death)
I'romuturo Old Ako, Jlurrcnncss, Loss ot l'owor
til cither nox. Involuntary lx)98C3 nnd Hpcrraator
rheca, caueml by over-exertton ot tho bratn, coif.
iibUB9, or ovcr-Indulitonco, Each box contains
ono month a tif utmont. Sl.CO a box, or six boxei
for i,l.W, ucrntby mail propald on racoiptot piico,
VK CTAKASTEK )IX qx4il-"
To euro pay casb Tflth each qnlor rocMyiJd Tjj n.
fur six boxca, iiccouipanidd Willi J5.0O,"?o Vltl
Bond tlio purchaser our wrltton uuarantoo to ni
and tho nior.oy it tlio trontraont docs not effect
a euro. Guarantees Usuod only by
IIOLLIHTEH ifc CO.
VKTlllr.Tlk.U,ri,,..rJ hrtiT ctu Uf CppUtaJ
H. fitoolcot, wlih W.il', ,Ubl Llnr lllli, bio Ik. dU,
llor.i r tlrlQlljr csmplud vrllb. tbtj ,. patcly t.nltUt, mi
MTtrfall to elTI fttlilullon. SusirCctti. Urj, briM.tu.
Ulula; N fUli, SS c.oCi, Yu ull Ij aU Jnngliu. U.wtri .
tountcrr.Ui n4 tmlulloDt. Tht kcouId tnuufMtnr.4 oolr bf
JOHN O. WEST XO , 111 & 1J W. UtdUd tL, Cbliri
l ItUl !4tki uui Ij uuU f ref IJ on ul.l o( l tinltuop,
JIolllHtor &. Co.,
CO Om Wholesale and Bctall Agent!