VOL. IV. NO. 496.
HONOLULU, 1L I., SATURDAY, AUGUST U5, 181)2.
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AT THU ANNUAL MBKTINO OF
tho Stockholders of tho HANALKI
SUOAH MILL COMPANY, hold this day,
tho following OllUor.s weiu elected for tho
President Chas, L. Caller, Kh,
Vice-President.. Hon. .1, N. S. Willianis
Seciotary . . . J.O. Carter
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Auditor.. . J.O, Carter
AVIio are also Directors of the Company.
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on or about
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poits on or nhoul the following ilntes:
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.Oct. :i, isu
.Nov. 1, 18'U
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kong and Yokohama to the ahove port on
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.... " Dec. 1 lid, lh!
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ai7 tf Agents.
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from S. K.
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C3-ra.ss Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Rye Grass, and Clovers.
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London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
Now York Life Ins. Co.,
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General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Lire Insurance Co.,
yEtna Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co.,
OK SAN KUANOISOO, CAL.
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Corner of Smith & King Streets, Honolulu,
KIWI'S A CO.MPLKTK LINK OK
New Consignments by Every Steamer.
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 cts. a Pouiiil.
Island Shells and Curios I
WHOI.KSALK AND ItKTAlL.l'HKAP
fur Cash, at 101 Kent sticel, hetweon
Killers' llrv (iooils Stuie and Frank (lorlz's
Shoo Mure.' aaitf T. TANNATT.
The leu! thimj In smd to your friends
iiliruutl in Kiny ilron, "Jlluntnited Sou-
i'fliiirvf Htwitii," which Uyotten up for
I, ' Hie purpose, uml in not an advettUumtnt,
Another Lost Island.
A few days ago mention was mado
in this column of tho alleged disap
pearance) in an earthquake) of the
principal island of the Saiigir ji'fup,
in louj?itude 125 dofj., midway ho
tween the islands of Mindanao and
Celebes. News now comes that a
Dutch skipper sailing along the
northwest coast of Australia reports
tho disappearance of Expedition
Island at the mouth of Collier Bay
in Western Australia. Tho island is
almost exactly in the same longitude
as Sangir Island, and nearly twenty
degrees south. As the sea in which
it lies is unfrequented ly shipping
it is quito possible thai its subsi
dence, if it occurred, was simultan
eous with the submersion of Sangir
below the waves. The Dutch skip
per reports that he sailed over tho
spot wliero tho island had been, and
found eight fathoms of water, where
as all round the place the depth was
normal for the Sea of Timor, say 70
to 100 fathoms. The island was 13
miles long by one mile wide; it was
10 miles from (he coast of Australia.
Scientific periodicals nolo tho
event as a fresh illustration of the
changes of level which are t. 'iking
place in thesoi herumost continent.
The coast oT the colony of Victoria
and of Tasmania is known to bo ris
ing. Each year tho land gains a lit
tle on the sea, so that in places it is
found necessary to lengthen piers in
order to maintain tho original depth
of water at their seaward end. To
balance this the coast of Northern
and Western Australia is gradually
but slowly sinking, and Iho sea is
gaining on the land. Tho subsi
dence is not confined to Australia.
It extends to man of tho islands of
the East Indian Archipelago from
the si raits of Sunda to tho Southern
Philippine Islands. Tho inhabitants
point to beaches wlfich tire now cov
ered by tho waves at low water, but
which in past times wore sites of
villages. The same phenomenon is
observed in several places on the
western coast of South America.
Tho whole crust of the globe is
probably in motion, changing its
relative level, as it gradually adjusts
itself to tho contraction of tho in
terior on which it rests. In tho north
I ho circumpolar regions are rising.
Tf wo had records to guide us, wo
.should probably find that Grant
Land, Grinnoll Land and Franz
Josefs Land are several inches high
er than Ihoy wore when they were
lir.st discovered. And simultaneous
ly the coast of Greenland in tho
neighborhood of Disco is sinking,
so that stakes which wore driven
into tho beach to moor boats to aro
now under water. It is easy to un
derstand that, without any volcanic
agency, tho surface or tho earth,
renting as it does on a foundation
which must bo incandescent, must
rise and fall as tho action of fire ex
pands and contracts its subterranean
This process lias gone on through
out all time. In Iho Arabian Sea,
not far from tho mouth of tho In
dus, the voyager in tho Bombay
steamers can see, when tho water is
clear, the peaks and minarets of a
drowned city at tho bottom of the
ocean. Tho stoainor passes over
thorn iis they lie in their watery
grave. At some far distant period
that city lived and nourished, prob
ably on tho ocean border, and may
have been a place of trade anil pros
perity. Tho hungry waves gradually
lose and rose, capturing a street
hero, a square there, until the peo
ple wore driven out and the city was
engulfed. It was an illustration on
a great scale of the action of the
agency which terminated tho terres
trial life of Expedition Island.
Donnelly, in his story of Atlantis,
supposes that tho alternate uprising
and subsidence of the eaith's crust
culminated, in tho case of that lost
conlinunt, in a frightful catastrophe
in which man ami all his works per
ished in a night. This theory im
plies active seismic agency, and till
that can bo said of it is that no ex
ample of biicih work has occurred
within thp historical period. In our
lime thu crust of the earth probably
rises and falls continually all over thu
globe, but the changes are imper
ceptible to the observer; il is only
whoie earthquakes come into play
that whole islands or districts sud
denly vanish from sight, -.S'cm Fmn
Old Hags Wnntod.
Clean white rags, suit able for baud
ages, are wanted for use tit t ho Bishop
Home and the Boys' Home, Leper
Settlement, Molokni. King up 281
.Mutual telephone, and they will be
sent for; or leave tho same at the
olllce of the Board df Health, oral
J, T, Waterhou&o's, Queen street,
It Was Mrcry Shorlock's Wako.
"There lays a hundred years o'
peace and happiness."
It was t'lie wake of Mnry Sher
lock, who had died of old ago; and
took place on tho night of Thursday,
March l'.llh, 181)1, in the City of New
York. The room was crowded with
men and women, old and young, and
an .aged junkman, who sat on a keg,
in the middle of tho room, said to
overy now-gpinor, "There laj's a
hundred years of peace and happi
ness," to which the party responded
in chorus. "Faith, Mike, niver truer
words diet ye speak."
For Grandma Sherlock had coino
to America from Ireland before any
of them, and, no doubt, was at least
105 years old when she ended her
But she was ono of the old stock,
and never knew what illness was.
How different is such a story as
(his, for instance, told by a woman I
"I was never well in my life," she
says, "always weak and' ailing, con
stantly sick, and troubled with giddi
ness and swimming in the head.
People who did not know mo would
at times think 1 was tipsy. I always
had a poor appetite, with bad taste
in the mouth in the morning, and
pain after eating. 1 had great pain
and tightness in tho chest and side,
and was languid and tired after the
least exertion, so I was unable to do
any work or get my own living.
"As to sick headache, I was seldom
five from it, and often my heart would
palpitate, so I had to stop and hold
myself, for fear of falling. I was
nearly always under tho doctor, and
when 1 was so. something formed in
my mouth that tho doctor called
'ranula,' and 1 was confined in tho
Exeter Hospital 17 weeks with it.
"from that time 1 was worse than
ever; and after eating tho least mor
sel of food I heaved at tho stomach
and would spit up a sour lluid.
"Better and worse 1 continued un
til April, ISS'.), when 1 became much
worse, and my abdomOu swelled un
til it reached a great size, and a pain
in the side and back made mo scream
out. Indeed 1 was in' such agony 1
could not stir hand or foot. Just
then my neighbor, Mrs. Harris, wife
of Joshua Harris, tho road contrac
tor, came in, and 1 had to be carried
to bed. So dreadful was tho pain
that I broke out into a heavy sweat,
and a faintness came over ine. Mrs.
Harris stayed with me and poulticed
me, but as I got no better my mo
ther, who lived al Uousdon, was
sent for. She came at once and sent
for a doctor, as 1 was in terrible dis
tress, and lighting for breath. The
doctor said he could nut tell xsh.it
was the matter, and a second doctor
was sent, lor lrom aeaton iy tho
clergyman, who thought 1 was dy
ing. So critical was my condition
considered that pr.-vyers were made
for mo at the church.
"Tho swelling of the bowels in
creased, and the doctor said if this
swelling did not go down 1 could
not get better, as it must bo a
tumor. Ho seemed puzzled by ur
ease and kept changing 1113' medi
cine, but 1 got no relief. My brother
and others who came to see mo all
believed 1110 to bo dying.
"After two, months of this a lady
named Airs. Stockor, who lived at
ltousdon, came to see 1110 and told
1110 about a medicine called Mother
Seigel's Syrup, and said, "You try it,
for it onco saved my life."
"1 sent to Air. Gage, (ho grocer at
Scatou, and got a bottle, and before
1 had taken tho contents I felt bet
ter, the pain was easier, and the
.swelling 1 have spoken of gradually
wont away. Alter having taken throe
bottles 1 was able to move about,
and now feel better than 1 ever did
in my life before, and am stronger
than when J was a girl. But, oh, if
I had known of Mother Seigel's
Syrup sooner, it would have saved
nio years of misery.
(Signed) "Mn.s. Maicv IIoake,
"Combpyno, A.xininister, Devon, Feb.
This was a case of chronic indi
gestion and dyspepsia, with terrible
const ipat ion; the swelling was caused
by matter in the intestines which
had probably been slowly accumu
lating for mouths. In the meantime
this lostoring mass filled the whole
system with poison, causing all tho
other symptoms described. Women
are subject to this far more than
men, on account of their careless
habits. It occasionally happens that
surgical interference is necessary.
There was no tumor of course, but
in the end there might have been,
had not Seigel's Syrup removed the
loathsome deposit before it was too
What a pity that women (and men
too) will not check thu limt symp
toms of disease, and thus, like Alary
Sherlock, enjoy a hundred years of
peace and happiness.
Tako Good Caro of tho Children.
If you have children you will bo
interested in the experience of Air.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. lie says; "Two years ago two
Of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very severe and dangerous
attacks of bloody (lux. The doctor
here was unable, after a week's time,
to check or relievo either case, 1
threw the doctor oven board and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhcea Kennedy. Im
provement was seen very soon tiud
my children arose in a few days
from what 1 feared would be their
deathbed. It i a grand, good medi
cine." For sale by all dealers, llou
son, Smith A; Co., Agents,
m i -
IIVicni you icmif ci Portrait Knhirgrd
cull 011 Kiny ilron., yet (heir Price Lint.
undnee Sumph'i. Tlwj can't be ieutl
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