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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 1, 1887.
IJV AUTHORITY. ; Vi'1-MliIC Jl t J., .'tll. Notice is brehy given that application for any portion of thf new loan, up to "200,t.0, will now be received at tbe Hawaiian Treasury. The bonds to be issued un.ler th authority of tbe Acts approved on tbe 1st of September, IHbi, and 15tb of October, 1886, and bear interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, and are exempt from all Government taxes whatso ever. W. L. GREEN, Minister of Finance. Honolulu, August 16, 1837. 792augl7tf I'OKT OF HONOLULU, il. 1. ARKIVAI,. Wednesday, August 31. guar James Makee, Macaulay, from R'.paa, Kauai iKiAseTirai:s. Wed.neswt. August 81. gtmr James Makee, for Kapaa y.br Luka, for Kauai Scbr Kawailani, tor Koolau ScbrSarab and Eliza, for Koolau Hctar Leabi, for Hanalei Schr Mary E Foster, for Kauui Scbr Waiehu, for Waialua vonm'I.h I.eitvinir To-Iaj'. Stmr Waimanalo, Underwood, for Waianae, Oahu Stmr J A Cummins, Nellson, for WaimanaJo, Oabu Am bktne Planter, W R Perriman, for San Francisco at 3 p m fccbr Mary, for Kauai Scbr Ileeia, for Koolau 8cbr Hainbow, for Koolau. Oabu Vessels jii rort rroni Foreign porr. USS Adams, Lonis Kernpff, from Acapulco, via Ililo, Hawaii II li M S Conquest, C'bas L Oxley, from Vic toria, P. C Brit bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong Am bk S S Ilidgway, from Newcastle, N a W Am bktue Mary Winkelman, Blake, from Port Townsend, W T Am bark St Lucia, J T Erxkine, from New York U S Vandalia, Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly, from Callao, S. A. Am bgtne Cousmelo, E B Cousins, from San Francisco. Am bktne Diacovery, Jno Lee, from San Fran cisco essoin K ieciel from Foreign forts Haw BCbr General Siegel, Sanders, from irericb Frigate ShoaU, due Nov 20-0 Ger bk Peter Goddefroy, , sailed from IJernool May 3rd, due Sept 1-23. IJiit t'ark Rinnan, from Glasgow, due October 15-31 Am bktne S G Wilder, FI A Paul, from San Francisco, due July 20-31 French frigate Ducrex, from Chile French frigate Florie, from Cbile Am ck Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Hoston Jnne 23d, due Nov 1-25 Amhip Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong, duo Juiy 12-31 I! SS Juniata, from China, due July 8-20 Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South America H II M S Kairalloa, Geo E G Jacksou, from Sa moa, due Aug 25-31 Am barK Sonoma, T II Gritnths, from Port Townsend, W T, due Aug 2o-31 Haw chr Wairnalu, Brownell, from I.uison Island, due Au; 12-20 lirit bk Min, from Liverpool, due tecember 1 10 Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from San Francis co, via Port Townsend, due August IS-25 Am bktne Amelia, W Nevvhall, from Port Town send, due August 13-31 Am bk O O Wbitmore, T Thompson, from Port Towusend, due Au(U!t 13-31 Am bktne Ella, K C Ilust, from San Francisco, due August 20-31 Am bk Calbarien, G A Perkins, from San Fran cisco, flue August 23-31 Hw scbr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from .Tanning's Island, due September 1-20 Haw f S Zealandla, K vm Oterendorp, from Sn Francisco, en route to tbe Colonies, due Sep tember 2 P M S S City of New York, from San Francisco, en loute to Yokohama and Hongkong, due Sept 1-i Am brig Lurline, Wm Matson, from San Fran cisco, due al Hilo, Hawaii, Sept 3-20 Am tern Ky. J O SVikmau, from Eureka, Cal, du-S.-pt 1-10 Haw bk Lady Lmpson, C F Marston, from San Francisco, due Aug Hi) Haw brig Hazard, Goodman, due at Hilo, Ha waii, from San Francisco Sept 1 10 Nor bk Yiklr, from Bremen, duo October 1030 Brit bk Margaret Heald, Morion, from Liver pool, due October 1 20 Am bktne August Uarcnard, from Newcastle, NS W, due Oct 120 Am bktne Mazatlan from Mewcastle, N S XV, due at Kahalui, M.ml, Oct 10 2U Supposed to be lost. j'a.vm;.uekk. ahp.ivals. "From Waialna'and Waianae, per atmr Walma n&lo. uust 3o Dr J Brodle, Miss J Brodle. Jno F Colbucn, and 25 deck passengers. IIIIIIXfi XOTES. Sugar is eipected by tbe steamers Sarprlie and J. A. Cummins to-day for the barkenti&e Planter. The new boiler of the steamer Mokolil waa tried yesterday, and the engines worked with ase. The steamer J. A. Cummins, Surprise and Kilauea Hoa are now due. Tbe barkentine Mary Winkelman ha com menced unloading lumber from the hold. Tb American brig Lurliue, Captain Wm. Mat eo a, ia 15 days out from Hn Francisco for Hilo, Uiv&ii end has probably arrived at her destina tion. The schooner Mary take a cargo of lumber for Kiui to-day. The itemer Mokolii will rnarae LerMoIokAi route next week. The new American barkentine f. G. Wildar, Captain A. H. Paul, is 18 tiays out from Port Townsend, W. T., with a full cargo of lumber for this port, and may be expected to arrive either toLiy or to-morrow. The American clipper barkentine Planter, Captain W. R. perriman, sails at 3 o'clock this afternoon for San Frxncio with about 13,0uQ tags sugar and rice. Tbe stamer Jimes Maktt arrivei August 21st in ballast from Kapaa. Eaaai, and left again tfc same afternoon fcr the aaice p-ort with general cargo. The Hawaiian sctooser Waim.lu, Captain Browren, is now due from Shad Ialand with a cargo of guano for tbi Pa,? Navigation Com pany. The steamer Wiircmalo bro-sgbt TS) ba; taro, C Pifci, 4 coop? fowls and 20 prfcaa aan lrles. She l6avtj aais thii inori.irig fcr Wina aci Wiialajk. T" itesiai-scow ij discharging the ca.'g of tha barktitite Discovery. Theg. s. P-ilgTs-iy is tiilng in bailit nir th Fa;iicMvil wharf. The In gii-tine Conscelo will leaTe tor n FraicJuo about the Kliile of next week with 3gar. The "Honolulu Aixnanc and Directory' for i.5.7 is now on fcale j jf. prs new r!r.r. &-? at tbls oJ Price. Z0 cent?. CHU ON & CO., ImporCCMTs anl iiIer In CUinvsv ami J a pan en e ;oof, 42 Xiiiiauti Street. Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin, Craje, Grans Cloth, Embroidered and Hemstitched .Silk and Grass-cloth Hand kerchiefs, Silk and Crape Shawls and Scarfs. A great variety of Japanese and Chi nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac quered Wares. Ivor', Sandalwood and Tortoiseshell Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and Jewelry Cases. Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with tiger claws, cat-eyes and amber, such as Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Neck laces, etc. An assortment of Chinese and Japan ese nick-nacks and curiosities too num erous to specify. Chinese Matting a specialty. Also, just received, ex Hawaiian bark "Lilian," a large invoice of Ebony and Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs and Settees. " A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and Bamboo Goods, etc. The public is respectfully invited to inspect our oods. 7G8 feb2 SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES. Bargains can now be obtained at the Popular Millinery House during the ab sence of the proprietor, Mr. N. S. Sachs. Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, at half price, at Sachs' store, in order to make room for the new stock. The most wonderful value3 in ladies' and misses' trimmed and untrimmed hats ever orfered in Honolulu are at Fishel's leading Millinery House. During my absence the entire stock will be offered at reduced prices in order to make room for the new stock. N. S. Sachs. Corne to-morrow and bring your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from 50c up, at Chas. J. Fishel's lead ing Millinery House. I'oliee court. BEFORK POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON. Wednesday, August 31st. .Lee Man Kai, remanded for smug gling, wan further remanded. John Green was charged with heed less driving. He was found guilty and fined $15. Costs, $3 40. Papa Keiki.a boy, charged with as sault and battery, was lectured by His Honor and discharged. T. O'Brien was charged with deserting the bark Kalakaua. He pleaded -not guilty and was remanded to Septem ber 1st. M. Naone was charged with escaping from the prison gang August loth, he being a prisoner on a charge of larceny. He was sentenced to one months' im prisonment at hard labor, to commence: at thti expiration of his former sentence Frank Roche and Wm. Welsh had each to pay $6 for drunkenness. Ilenriques Gomez was charged with perjury by swearing before Judge Mc- Cully to the alleged execution of a forged and fraudulent bill of sale. Remanded to the 5th. CIVIL CASES. P. P.JGray vs. John Alapai, assumpsit for $.32 50. Judgment for plaintiff for the amount claimed, with $7 30 costs. Appeal noted. A. S. Cleghorn vs. Afoo, assumpsit for $50 for two years' rent. Continued to September 2d. F. Godfrey vs. II. M. Whitney, re plevin of some desks. Continued to Sep tember 2d. ... Ramie Culture In California. The San Francisco " Journal of Com merce says: mere is no longer any doubt that ramie culture will soon take its place as one of the prominent indus tries of this State. It is now an estab lished fact that the plant grow. o perfec- j tion on our coast ; the Western ibre Co.'s j planting shows a most prolific growth, although having ben started late in the j season. Recent accounts from Fresno j and Ventura speak most enthusiastically j of the condition of the plant. Iand is now being secured with the intention of j largely extending the plantation next j spring, and while the first American ramie yarn will be spun this fall in New j York by the Ramie Spinning and Man- I ufacturing Company, the Western Fibre ; Company expects next year to ship the ! first consignment of California grown and j decorticated ramie to Eastern or foreign j markets.' J fttjprerne Court. j BEFORE M'CULLV, J. Wednesday, August 31st. j In re eitate of Antone Singer, d'j- j ceased. Itition for probate of will. Or- dered that the will b admitted to pro- bate, and tliat petitioner, deceased j widow, Mrs. Antone Sinr, have letter i testamentary issued to her. Paul Neu- ; mann f r petitioner. j Kiau Tai et al. vs. Yung Ah In et al. ' Dissolution of partneifchip, accounting and apj-ntrreni of receiver. Continued ; from Juiy !tli, August Bth and 2 Ph. Return day and hearing. Irtly heard j and continued. Paul Neumann i,r plaintiffs, W. R. Castie and W. O. Smith for defendants. The who with to vote for Nohlt rv;st register before Friday. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The barkentine Planter sails for Han Francisco to-day. There will be a grand luuu at Kealia, Kauai, to-morrow. Ilenriques Gome was arrested on a charge of perjury yesterday. Miss Berry's school re-opens on Monday, September 5th, at No. 43 Emma street. The eighth weekly reception on board the V. S. S. Adams yesterday afternoon was a very pleasant alfair. A heavy shower of rain fell last evening about 9 o'clock, and soon the streets were in a very muddy condition. The last of the four escaped prisoners Las been caught, and was yesterday given an additional month's sentence. Pierre Jones has been appointed an agent for taking and certifying acknowledgments to instruments for the district of Kona, Oahu. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Representatives of the Honolulu i- ire Department will be held this evening at the Bell Tower. A Chinaman, married to a native woman, residing in the valley of Kalihiwai, be tween Hanalei and Kilauea, Kauai, owns one oi the finest residences on the garden island. Major J. II. Wodehouse, II. B. M.'s Com missioner and Consul-General, paid a visit to the V. S. flag-hip Vandalia yesterday morning and was received with the usual honors. Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold his regular cash sale at 10 o'clock this morning. At noon he will offer a choice collection of plants, together with a lot of books from the library of a private gentleman. As will be seen in another column, the firm of E. P. Adams & Co. has been dis solved by expiration of its term of partner ship. Mr. James F. Morgan will collect the accounts and pay the liabilities thereof. Mr. Jos. U. Kawainui, who left last Mon day by the steamer Kinau, was to board the steamer Likelike yesterday at Kahului, and thence proceed to liana. Fireworks were on board the latter vessel, and were to be let off when Mr. Kawainui landed last night at Hana. A meeting of all electors of the city and district of Honolulu in sympathy with the cause of reform will be held in the Kauma kapili Church, this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by political speakers, including several of the nominees of the Reform Convention. Mr. James F. Morgan, so well and favor ably known in this community, will in future carry on the business of auctioneer and commission merchant-in the premises lately occupied by E. P. Adams & Co., 40 Queen street. The same liberal patronage bestowed on the latter firm in the past will, we are sure, be extended to Mr. Morgan in the future. A Query. Ed. P. C. Advertiser Sir: As a citizen of this country I would like to ask through the columns of your paper how those gentlemen that are candidates on the Reform party platform can hold the position of Inspectors of Election and be candidates at the same time. Yours respectfully, Jnqlip.ek. Taken the Calce. There Is a slanj? phrase us?d to 4xrjrsa excel lence. Whn anything in regarded very fine, it la common in slan parlance to say "Tbat takes tho cake." Will you pleas explain how the expres sion originated and u-ltat It means. 8. Among the colored people at balla and brfeakdowns it id customary to introduce what is called a cake walk. Tbe men choose part ners and the couples walk around the room infusing Into their motions all the grace and elegance for which the negro race in notei. A prize of a cake is awarded to the pair which is pronounced by tho judges to have walked the floor in the most nimble and artistic fash ion. Clay Eater. Are there any such people clay eaters fa the world, or is tbe story of people eating clay a myth? 8. H. In the southern states (principally in North Carolina) thero is a clans of people who eat clay. In Japan ths natives umko clay into cakes, and fry it and eat it. I'ren Lance. What Is the origin of the term free lance? P. "Free lance" were the knights who fought fa the Crusados in some buch fashion as Mosby oi John Morgan fought fn the war of tho rebel Uojx But after the Crusade they did no? act like tbe partinan leadc-m of Ihe south aru? become good citizens. They sold tliir tser vices to the robber barurui of the middle egea. Two Million Gipl In America. That there are from on': to two millions of Oyphios in America to-day is an assertion I confidently make, ba.-d upon a quarter century's study of, and more titan three years' actual companionship with, thLs people in their hornet and tents and upon the road; from careful inquiries in all parts of the country, involving much cor respondence; from actual list of CJyfsy farniii'-H and head of families in rny poftession, and from rnod'-rate computa tions made with these aids, after careful scrutiny by reliable Gypsy chief has been 'cured. Th23 is a startling statement to thoughtful men. TheGyffsy ba.s Leert merely regarded a- a romancer's bugaboo, or as only existing among u.-s an an fx.ca-ional straggler along the pli-ant rountryr-.ide. But their pre, ence and marvelous growth in number? mu-t fe reeogrdzed. They xviil shortly cornpri.-' an imjxrtant factor in .eocial, economic and ethic consideration. How the r!y fellows have come, no e-.jrej d marvel when known. Before the lie vo lution, M-veral thousand were here. Iunr;g that t'A many thou-ands more came jls irnpre:y.i Bri.i-h sldi-r-, de serted and remained,. ,r at the f.l of the war mustered fhem-Jve, out and merged into the large rju- mh ;J ready forme-J. Th's-e were the pioneer. w hi' h fcwiftly r-er.t M-;ret word to every p':rt of the inhal -itable giol tljit America vva the ryp,y'H heaven, and tj come toil without d-day. fJgar I- Wakernan in I'Liiadelphia Times. " I:t Jtt at li-Iiear:I. Mme. I, f i h-l 'jin take the trouble to rehear: for any of the op-ra-s she has .-rung r'i'.sttf-iiy durmg t.be p&t twexity ye-ars, but vrh'-n a ehar;i.ter it comparatively uTifarniJi r -.he works at it b though ti.o Tho Rnle to Karcotirs Tlie rule never to give opium in any form for arty arTeetion that is of long duration should never l forgotten by physicians. Headaches, neuralgia and the like diseases, which are likelv to re i turn frequently, should not lx? treated i with opium, laudanum, morphine, ehlo ! roxlvne or other preparation of this drug. unless all other methods fail. Physicians are too often criminally careless in this regard. The mental, moral and physical wrecks, the grand army of which is con stantly on the increase, can mo.-t of them trace their ruir to some careless, lazy or incompetent physician. What is alxvy written applies with even greater force to the use of the hypodermic syringe. The physician who places this seductive and powerful instrument in the hands of his patient, to be used at the hitter's discre tion, is guilty of a wrong comjwred with which highway robbery is a matter tc trivial for notice. In cases of advanced and incurable cancer or any excruciatingly painful 'disease, in which death alone offers ro lief, the opium habit is certainly to 1? justified, and the hypodermic syringe with a morphine solution may 1? place 1 in the hands of a suitable person for uso in th? absence of the physician. In all other coses such discretion should never he intrusted to an untrained individual never in the hands of the patient. like opium, alcohol is an anaesthetic and ex erts a ovverful fascination when it is frequently used. Like it, also, it is a most valuable remedy in disease, espe cially in those tending toward a fatal termination by rapid exhaustion and fail ure of the heart to keep up to its work. These diseases are characterized by high fever, rapid, feeble pulse and prostration of muscular strength, which conies on with comparative suddenness. Such are typhus and typhoid fevers, pneumonia, malignant forms of eruptive fevers and blood poisoning, including diphtheria, erysipelas, septicaemia and pyaunia. Globe-Democrat. Guests at Knlish Hotel.. There is more personal attention paid to guests in a certain sense by tho ser vants of the English hotels than in ours. But as it is a service chiefly directed against the pocketbooks of the guests it soon becomes very annoying. At all ot the leading hotels of London there is a uniformed porter at the door. If there are one or two inside doors you will find a porter in uniform at each one of these. At the elevator often stands a porter in the uniform of a chasseur. You will find at every turn and bend in any great London hotel a gayly uniformed servant readj" to step across your path and insist upon helping you in the most trivial way, but expecting always in return for each act a sixjK.'nce. The very way tliat a porter Iwws to a man as he leaves tho house is suggestive of the sixpence. All of this show and attention has not the slightest semblance of hospitality. The English jeople as a class do not live in hotels. Every Englishman, how ever poor, keeps house. They are very fond of shutting themselves up behind regular forts of walls. Since the sunny days have come I have taken a number of walks through the residenc e tort ion of London, and I do not think, during the many miles that I have walked about, that I have found a houwj ojK-n even to the most casual view of the gen eral public, liven the smallest cottages have brick walls built around them, and the visitors w ho desire to enter mu-.t ring a bell in the side (A' the door in the gar den wall. T. (,'. Crawford in New York Work" J'ottrlli of .luly FIri C'r.kf nt. "Tlie two Ix-st friends of our glorious Fourth," said a, dealer, "are (diow-Iling and Choey Sun of Canton. The? Ijovh lind fewer '.sissers' in ajaek of their ire crackern tlian in any other m;ike. Theirs are the kirnl that go olf lt with us, anyhow. When you wt; that red lalx 1 with the gold dragon on it you may sure you are buying firecrackers th.-it will crack. See that matted ;ind jutlaned package there like a chest of tea? In that are exactly 20,480 crackers. It takes in eight Ijoxes, with forty parks in each Ixix and in every pack Mxty four eraeker. Snie j jacks contain seventy-two rrarkers, but fully 0o i-r cent, of our importations are what we call 10-0 Is.' " "How many packagf-s like that come on one ship?" he was asked. "Five thousand is quite an ordinary in voice. That would ls just 102,400,Of0 of the crackers. How would you like to float for four months atop that mneh powder? Th'-so. crackers arriving to-day were ordered as long back as Septemlx r and October, In China crnrkejs are dearest in No vernier and December, when the Celestials arc bu.y working for their own jollification when the natht new year comes in." New York Sun. A Ouc-HtJoii in I'liynloiogy. "Why the walls of the stomach and in-te-Ain-s are not tbemselve digested by their own fluids h''.s for more than 100 years been a mooted question in physi ology. Dr. 'John Hunter maintained that it was lA-eause th'-se tissue were living, and other theories have 1 n ad vanc;d, but none ti -.factory. Dr. J. W. Warren, in a paper in the fVston i lledical and Surgical Journal, gives th veiu!tH of twenty exjK rirnents of his own made on fifty frogs. He m impended the legs of the frogs while living in an artifi cial gastric juico (that is, jif in and hydrochloric acid,) and found that the rxtu.'rular tissue waj dig.teJ, via shown by the prev-nee of jptore, the frog re maining alive throughout the experi ment. V'h'-ii acid was used without the f-psin the musele teas softened and dis yjved, but not pptonixd, and therefr,r. not dig t.-. Jf, Jhu.. apf-ars that living ti.-.U'-s may be dig'-rtd, and the probl-m Ls still u'i.volved. --IteTj Herald. A T-t for Ooll. A f.imple te-.t for gold, is a-t follows: Take a p.'ere of flint and nib against, it the rnf-U.llU: iA,y-t t to -, U .U until the hauler leave a suf;Ieier:tly mar k-i trace u;n the Mone, (,' Sinti'slt' the flame of a sulphur rnaf h in contart w ith the spot the I ..Her whl re.in intaet if it ha;i j l-n Ui:i'i-j with golfj, but v, ill diviprear ! ;f the ro:t;rarv tV' the ca e. li ton flf-r- Id. I.p:r' f'Irifi ip'- i tk. A new ph'-rriiaeojeia ha.-. t" a i .-.U'-'l in Japan, ft-? pr-pa-rations nurnloT 47", and they are named (Ix'eX if. J..ipane&e and tli'jn in IJdixi. Arrtistnums. t ROYAL rSVi? , um Absolutely Pure. This powder nover varies. A marvel of purity. Ptrcntfti. nnil vhol. s-tnen-. More economical tlutn thcor'i:i:arv kin :U, p.jkI cannot lprlil in coti petitio-x v'uh the nuiltittulo of low-fest, short Weight, nluin or pin piiatc pvw.lers. SLPONLVl3 CANS. l'lOYAU 1UU1M1 I'OWtKa. Oj.. 1W NAhiW N'. V. WM. T. C4ILGMAX CO., Asmls, SAX FRANCISCO, CAL. d-fwtt 3fr. Geo. L. Iiabcock TILL ItKSCMK HIS PIANO T.LSSONS ON Thursilay. tbe lat of September. KeHidonce, 13 Emma utreet. Mutual Telephone, No U'l. 6t T. J. BAB3 H. H. PHOWS T. J. 33 ASS & CO. Importers of and Dealers In Artists' - Materials, Talntfl, Oils, Glass, Varniflh8, Turpentlna. Manufacturers of Mouldings, I'lcture Frames, etc., to , tc. 14 hikI I i:IIIh Street uoiir MnrKrl, HAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 6:i1mavHtf iu!if,liiAiJi rilHK WA1KIK1 REHIPKNCK OF MR. I RJ.P II. JE.. llaynfldftu, situated at K-iplolanj I'ark, lie tvffn the renidences of lion. W.O.Irwin and Mr. Frank Hrown, i offered for r-n t , lae fir wale. AIho thn proiiitHtn adjoint hk thti Hawaiian Opera Houh!, palace Hqi;arfi. For tc. ms n p 1 y to Uie undereigned. 1 ItFP H. HA YhF.LPI.N. 72.iUKltf J. E. Brown & Co. 12 MERCHANT STREET. I5ell Telephone 172. 1". . Hot 4o Mutual Telephone S'Jl. ACCOUNTANTS AN'P t n W0( ffnernl Ay.enry for II twaiiait Islnidn f tlm Iml iii!j;t on iiiid (Jliiriio Kdiliodd ACROSS" AMERICA. ConiiTtliif: at l;.;U.n with f f : - Aorcfl and Mad iia. it'll' PropertifH !,'! f-.rd. Rented and f'-Udd. I.ejal P'eunieniM Prawn. IihhUm Audttd and Adjiixtod. Account Corrected- Authorized Collector Mr. ThomaM P ovcuro. 7-auiar HI Tin: orfat cai.ij (rni. iNsr.onciPi.. Beware oi Imitations, Which ar; i elnt; put upon Pie niaiket. TV 1 1 I. TVI'IVI,1 I I ' f I A 1 1 lill j uiiii.'hh ii; I In cold on 1 hy hmi M & (!o. Soli A V,'' I ' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOK 'UIK Bullae 1 1 Producing uiid I ft. Co. STf);K'l'ON, CM,. JMMTS FOH SALE! f tife- '", p.osft!, O u " 0 -c V p i V. i.al .'.o fet J-. u , 11 ! p, H fet -Wi t-. Two n-ftit t ".! tf t, f)ti- 5S fel S jff i:vt. Oft dtck'l t'iTu r, if, f !. '.:;i, ii fet f, Inri.ti wlrlfr, Z fi-1 K t!,rt.f Oeep, v tit, u,,,. 4 tt 1 nil On Vi r--.t Sal H- . -, , u ; I ' h .,.t au )Sf 12-'. U tA.t , df - I: i: it. it v n. r'vlw Hawaiian Mutiidl Kin: and .MarjJH' lusuraiH- r. v.'4',.uil'.-,n S i t' t'.t -.tt,- f ,!, i' w opn i f J I'll RIWIN4 V Vi I r I ill mm General Commission Affenk IJACH ilvfrtisenunts. rip I I . 1 A: n mm OF?. PARDEE'G (The Oolj BcllftbU r.Iool Parifltr.) 1 SPECIFIC FOR IIMEUMATISM, ?crofu!af Salt nhoum, fJouralgia. Ring Worm .! ull other Skin and Blood Diseases. IT REQTJTtATES TUB LIVER AND KIDNCYG. -rv InJircatlon ud till arklc (V a rufroblcd eoadlttoa mf t7tem. iu. Martixe, of London, the cele .; it-d sicinlist, nays of PARDEE'S -i2TiIEDY : I have used it for twenty .Mrs for Blood Diseases, such i erofula, Salt Rheum, Teter and Cancer u I I cannot recommend it too highly. 'Thii Ri:v. Thomam, ot IIongKong. hiii::, says: 44 PARDEE'S REMEDY a wonderful medicino for tho Blood, have prescribed it hundreds of timet r Leprosy, anl when given in time ' always cured tho patient. I can ielv say that Leprosy ill never break it on persons who tako I'ardjskV : vri)v regularly, and I adviwo all or n.i i'i ing in countries w hero Leprosy ; prevalent to tako I'akdkk's Klmkdv a preventive." On SALE Or ALL ORUCCISTS IN HONOLULU. 6Uldcldw Cluli House Dining Rooms, Lincoln lilock, lilng Mtret, Will rr-opeu for himlnM on HATL'RDAT, Auguit Mth. Th upntaln portion of tho botme will t con ducted a A MtlVATK UIN1N( ROOM, whir moMt attiuctlvn tdll of fare will be aerved up. Kfilo rr ivrek iule Men lit 87 d 00 CBt I "own r,(alr will he provided with the belt valu- in town. Iliile per tverk 04 60 Huttfle f-alw ... 29 (full TKRMtt CASH. A Nh:iie of pnhllc patronttge U rfipctfu31;f solicit'.!. GEORGE 0AVENAGH, 8)lep'i MANAOKH. OITKR VOll HA IJC : SUGAES IHtV rJltANtM.ATKI In r-urri-N, Half liurr.lH, A tid 30 pound Iloxei. CUHK In Half I'.urri iM And 26 pound Ho ire rOWDKItKI)- In 30 pound iutn. (ll)U(KN V. COIU'I K In lUlf f.arrU TEAS IJIuo Mottled Soap SALMON Cases Corned Iteef. IT L OUR !s .M :d in in I'reail. OILS I i,lA, ami) LUfmifMTIWI. L1MK s CEMENT Cniviuiized Iron J'ooling, S(Hi;WS anil WASHERS. Siitfjir !5hh 22 x Mi. (JOTiDAGE. 'If.ili i l -''Ul, Vuum Twine, WnU Mbe UwW Fell Sleatn Pipe nnd lUiiler Covering CKASS SEEDS, MIIJriMIIKItN. Uif fcti'l mrfUiK put nt Win. G. J i' win k Co