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An Italian Cruisor.
Tho statuo of Columbus whk'li tho
Italian oilr.ons of tlio country aro
going to present to this inly on tho
occasion of our Columbian I'oliunu
tion in commonioration of tho dis
covery of Amorica, is oxpoctod hoio
within two months. It is tho work
of an Italian sculptor, Gnctoua
llusso, and is now receiving its finish
ing touulius in Italy. It will cross
tho ocean on a transport, which will
bo accompanied by a cruiser of tlie
Italian navy, the Giovanni Bausati.
Tho arrival of the esf-el will proba
bly begin New York's big eelebia
tiou. Tho statuo is 12 feet high, of
marble, and stands on a richly orna
mented column and pedestal of rod
grand e, I lie whole 7o feet high. It
is to bo placed at tho Kighth-avonuo
entrance to Central Park. Tlio
statuo will bo divided into many
portions, each of which will be pack
ed separately and with groat caie in
tho hold of tho ttnu&port. After its
arrival hoio tho statue will be built
up from its site, piece by piece.
Tho transport in which it will bo
packed is tho Garigliano, a steam
vessel of 935 tons. She is 180 feet
long, 28 feet beam, and draws 111
foot. She is a naval vo-ol, ory
lightly armed, and was built merely
for tho transportation of troop, and
stores. Sho carries only two guns.
Her consort, tho Giovanni Ilausan,
will bring over tho Italian ollicials
and naval ollicors who aie to attend
tho celebration. Sho is. a modern
cruisor of high type, and will greatly
interest our naval constructors.
Thuro was an impic-Mon that a
big Italian battleship would accom
pany tho transport. That (his is not
tho case will cause some disappoint
ment, but the Batisan will probably
prove of more intoiost to us than
any battleship which 1 1 ;i Iy posses-o,
inasmuch as sho is one of the best
specimens of .English-built unann
orod cruisers of the typo which
Secretary Tracy says should form
tho bulk of tho American navy.
Tho Baus.au was built by the
Armstrongs and might almost bo
called tho twin of the famous Chilean
cruiser Esmeralda, about which there
was so much talk during our trouble
with Chile. Tho Esmeralda was also
built by tho Armstrongs. Both have
1U00 tons displacement and (KXX)
horse-power, with a speed of L71.
knots. The "Bausan is a trifle longer
than tho Esmeralda, whoso length is
281 feet and beam 12 feet. Of Amer
ican cruisers tho Boston piolmbly is
most like tho Bausan. Her length
is 270 feet, beam -12 feet, displace
ment 3189 tons, horse-power ,-1031),
and speed 15.15 knots.
Tho Bausan carries a much nioie
powerful armament than ;uy Amor
ican cruiser of her class. Her main
battery consists of two 10-inch and
six (5-inch breech-loading rifles. Her
coal capacity enables her to cover
.r)000 miles at a speed of 10 knots an
hour. It is tho intention of tho
Italian visitors to lemain hoio with
tho Bausan until after tho great in
ternational naval review in Hamilton
Roads and New York harbor, which
will occur not April and May, after
tho completion of a few nunc of our
.warships. New Vnrh Sun,
A New Car-Starter.
One of the Hayes-sheet earn slop
ped tho other day. The cable was
not broken, nor was thero a belliger
ent and obstinate teamster disputing
tho right of way. Thoro was appar
ently) no reason why this particular
car should emulate tho example of
"grandfather's clock," but it did,
and whether it would over "run
again" was a question which, after a
minute or so, began to agitato tho
minds of tho passengers, the onlook
ers and tho gripmon further down
Out on tho "grip" an excited
group gathered around the stalwait
conductor, who had, apparently,
gone suddenly crazy, for he was
dancing about, waving his arms, and
making faces which would have
chilled tho hot blood of a Bengal
tigor, had such an animal been pie
sont. '.'A bug has got into my ear," ho
explained, between jumps, "and ho
is buzzing like a million sawmills,
and kicking liko a loco mustang! Get
him out, somebody, or I shall die
A stout-hearted young man volun
teered his sorvicos, and pooping into
tho cavernous depths of the auricu
lar appondago, descried tho lively in
truder. Ho jabbed at him with his
forefinger, and ho poked at him in
effectually with tho end of a lead
pencil; tho conductor danced and
grimaced worse than boforo, and
"swear words" began to iloat upon
tho air from tho blockaded cars in
At this juncture a doniuro-looking
little dark-oyed woman full of tho
inspiration which comes to most of
her sex in emergencies extended
ono daintily gloved hand with a
mysterious something between the
thumb and finger thereof. That
"something" was an "invisible" hair
pin, tho rounded end of which was
quickly slipped over the struggling
bug riata fashion and ho was d rag
ed forth iu triumph,
The conductor heaved a mighty
sigh of relief, in which he was joined
by the sympathizing spectators. The
gripman took up his lever, and the
llnyes-street cable-car system, on the
up line, was in motion again - thanks
to the woman's hairpin! S. 1 Call.
iMi'oiriT.it and nr.Ai nit in
Steel & Iron Ranges
Saved n Womnn'o Lift).
Mr. .I.E. Thoroughgood, writing
fiom Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera aim uiairiuvn itemed)-
-wed the life of Mrs. .lane
Thomas nT this place." He nlo
states that "evoial other ery bad
cases of bowel complaint there have
been cured by this loinedy. For
sale by all dealers, Hciwni, Smith
A: Co., Agents.
Old llaga Wanted.
Clean while rags, suitable for band
ages, are wanted lor use at the Bishop
Homo and the lions' Home, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. King up 281
Mutual telephone, and they will be
sent for; or leae the same at the
office of the Bcmid of Health, or at
il. T. Wutorhotiso's, Queen street.
SmttSSBsffiiPt . r I'll MirJ&'$r
1H S11OYV1N0 A
St. IiO-u.is, 3VCo.
I CAUTION tlio Vulilir nmin-t the oller
ings of "Xiiim.il Mniliiiy Juegei
ITndeiwenr" nilveitl-od In uii-i'i'iiimlotiM
limises to nii-liwl Hie iulilie. '11 ii"
Genuine Nomiiil Siiiiitirv
Stoves &j FizxTtvu-res,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCIIKX UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, QUAY and SILVER 1M.AT1CD;
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
"Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND 1SLOCK, Nos. '.)." & 97 KING STKEliT.
Now so Popular
AND AT 1MUCKS WHICH YOIT WILL
roxsinnu kxckkimnoly low
kou such until iikam: ooons.
BREWERS OF FIIE BEER
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops!
N'o Corn or Coin rri't:iratioii used in nlncc of Mall, us U ilone liy other KnM-
ern lii-ewei-ie-, in order to elieniit'ii tho cost of Jtlielr Keer. mill to eoninete Ivsllli'Jour
oi hi. renowned unci iiislh fumed nrtlt'li,..L"ji
t. i'. sr.vi in v.
. w. miisTini.
g& C.miiot lio
onl ill. iu hinii'.
pnicli i-i'tl Hirro, but
Km- tin- UiiMuiliiti UliinoN of Dr. ini-il. (i.
Jiipjfer's h.miliirv VmliTwrar.
wii.i. i:i:stiMi: iii-
This Space is Reserved
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Asronts for lTnwaiinn Islands.
Koit st., over P. iji'it'x Shot' .Store. I
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Sni'li us Natives Making l'oi fli.iss Housci
llawniiim Stylu Killing Iulnliuln
Dnnruis CooiKinut Uioves l'alni
ami Date droves Street Views
ami UuililingsAVar Vessels
Views, l'te., nte.
Alto u I,ui gc Colkrtion of all l'roiuincnt
and Inteiesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made il)) to Older at the most Ken-unnhlo
Kates in Honolulu.
Cabinets 56 and SO a 'Dozen.
1W1 1'. 0. l!o IDS ftf
Wm. 6. Irwin & Go.
Wm. 0. Irwin, -Clans
W. M. Millard, -Thco.
l'l evident and Manager
- - - Viee-I'resident
Secretary and Treasurer
Residence 13 Emma St.
fill 1-1 v
Mutual Tel. 321.
To Let or Lease.
nishod llooins, een
ti.illv loealeil. Inquiii' at
Duii.i.riN Olliee. ::Vi-tf
1 Cot ta
ill Makik .
iieai i.i'ieiuiua iri'i'L e.u, erx 1 1
Kent 1.10. AiiiiI lliisolllre. ?.;
DUVAI, l'l!i:.MIS.:S, .",1
Ili'iel.iuia Htieel, on-
linsilo 1 ort stui-l cliilit'li. SirisroiSa
Apply to It. I. 1, 11,1,11':, tkuisi
.i-.-'-tf At Then. II. D.ivies ,t t'o.
"vti:v nutihi: ok mvk im -.
X looms, on M.tgaino Kf', fc
htii'i't, with llatliiooiu, int- iKirtSwSH'
ent V. ('., ete. Coiiiinainls Slgg&.
oneof ilm linest ies in llonoliilu. Apiilj
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVArf.
i N'ICi: CO'JTAfii: ON 1 s.-., -.,.
XV. Heietimiii htu-el.ni'iir afrlCl,
I'iikoi stnel, lontainlng SJ'Sl-
J'arlor. 2 ltedmoins. Jlatli- Kkif-SlXi
room, Diiiingiooiu, r.intri and Kiteheu,
Pel vant's loom, (J.iniage 1 ioii'ii, Stahle, ete.
Tntiurnis puss every u minutes, Apjil) at
oIUlo of thin paper, Hs-tf
TO THE LADIES
And those Disappointed in Business
and Other Afi'airs !
Aroll WOUI.I) JIUWUU, TO CONMMr
1 Maihm K. hJin.'N' fin advice tit her
ii'siiloni'ii "iiaalelea Liwii," Kieliaids
stii'iit. Hour.-.: in i, m, to 1 r. m., and
flOlll 2 V. M. till ,rl . M. filH!-,tt
HAWAIIAN BUHEAU OF INFORMATION.
To Wiijjm n M i Com i um
'it i;i,i.svoKTii cai!i:y iiak this
JU. day heen initlioileil I13 the llu
waiiau lluieiitt of Itiformatloii to solicit
MlllM'liptilllH to tllO stfli'k of h.lill llllle.lll,
Sie'y Hawaiian Iliiieau of Inforinalion.
Honolulu, Aug. Ml, IK')2. . .r)07-,'lt
ELECTION OF OFFIOEKS,
A T THH AD.IOUHXMt) ANNUAL
XV Meeting of tlio HtoekholdeiM of tho
Waiohiuii Agiieitltual A liiiuiug Co. held
thh day, t lie fol low ingOIUceiB weio ulietod
for the imbiiiiig jiar:
I'resjdent .. linn. V. (J. Iruln,
Vicu-l'ii'siilcut. .Mi. .1. M. MoiiMiiiat,
iV . .Hon. C. 1'. Iauke.1,
Trimsili ur )
Auditor .. Hon. V. ,M. fiiilard.
V. (1. Irwin, .1. M. Monwrat, 0. I.
Jaukea, .1. Kaiiliane, .1. J). I'aiis.
C. 1'. IAIUvKA,
N'CH'iary W. A. A (J. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. J I, IhUJ. GOU-lni
0 I A S . IT U S T AGE,
IMI'OKTKK AND DKAI.EK IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresli California Roll Butter and Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
&- All Ordeis faithfully attended to. Satisfaction gu.iiiinteed. Island Oiders
solicited and parked with caie.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets,
P. O. BOX .'572.
VEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Dox 480. Mutual Telephone 00.
IK YOU WANT TO SAYII TIMIJ AND MONKY 1IUY YOUK KUKNI
TUKK AT TIIK IXL. OOltXKK XIIIIAN1I : ICINfl STIMM'.TS
1'OUM) 1 he iilnro to Jluy Now BBMraa M3SSH and Second-hand Kuinituio of all
Kinds at Lowest 1'iiies; The IXI,, TS" J& corner Nuiianu and King streets.
Jlediooin PetH, Wauliobes, lee &W Jloes, Htoves, Clmlm, llanglng
.aniiH, ltiigs,llitreiiiis,01ielliinieis, jHK ete., Kuld Clieuii for Cash at the
1 X h, corner Xuiinnu and King .y. Ktieeto.
bteamer and Veranda Chalin, Jf m Kofas, lied Lounges, llahv Cjihs,
( lotlies Jliiskoln, fiowliii? Machines, UOKMUSeBam Whatnots, Meat Safes, Tuiiiks.ele.,
y... ..I in.. . ,..1111 in-iu 1 inn 111 uiu 1 ah iew aim oecuiiii-uauu 1'tir- an
iiituie Jioin-o, corner Xiiuanu unit King streets.
S. W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
LEWIS Sc CO.,
Ti:Li:i'iroNK "mi 111 FORT STREET. n.o. hoxsmt.
IMl'OKTKItS, VJIOLi:SAI,l': AM) KKTAII, UHAIJJK.S I.N
Groceries and Provisions.
O.N ICU-lly eneh Hleamcr of the 0. B. S. Co, fiom California KreBh California Holl
Hatter, l'roen Oynter.s and Kiexli California fruits, Kih, Clamn, Vegetahlis, etc.
A eoinpletu line of (Jiosso .t lllackiuill'w and .1. T. Morton's Canned and llottled (liio.Iis
always on hand.
.lust received a Kresh Line of (Ionium Pares and I'otted Meata and llottled I'liv-erved
iTiiltM, Lewis A ( o.'m Malte-o lliand riugar (!uted Hams and Karon, New llnniMutit
(,1'icals, Creiun Oat 1 lalces and Uieain Wheat KtukuH, .Sicily Loiuoiih, C.nllfoiiiia Kivur
hido Oranges, Oregon llurlunk I'otatoos, etc. riatisfaction guaranteed.
AGENTS Or TIIK
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAX KKAXCISOO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: C kettles every 21 hours, G,000 Barrels, Gr 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Mall, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Aniifusku-Buscii BrxR. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
nost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
' Annual Shipping Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs, e
The ANin.iTsrit-lIuM'ii Co. have canied oil' tho Highest llonois and the Highest
Class (iold Medals wheiever they have competed. At all of the International Khihi
tions thioughout the woild their lleer Excelled All Otheis!
(1. II. Itolieitson.
K. K. Kishop.
Hon. C. K. Kishop
S. 0. Allen
President and Manager
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. a.nci Coffee
AT ALT, nouns.
TIIK FINEST BKANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON' HAND.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
This Company have yncpaied a .Special lirand of their Highest fliade Keer for the
Hawaiian Islands, known as "SIM'.CIAIj I5KP.W," wilh a handsome label and in White
llottles, which, with tiieirliest "KXI'OKT AXHDUSUK " in D.uk Hottles, heretofoie
impoited, we will now sujiply to the Tiade in lliiantilies to Suit.
G-. W. MAOFARLANE & CO.,
Aiionis for tho Hawaiian Islands.
(nuw hulli:tin' iu.ocic, 3ii:nrii.XT .struct)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Pire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
BENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY 1UI.SINKRS HNTKUSTKI) TO Mi: Wild, KHCIUVK 1'KOMI'T ATTKXTION.
TKI.KI'HONi: w. -I'. 0, HON ur..
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
JMl'OKTHKH AND IWAI.KKB IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
NewOuodH Keceivod by 1 Ivory I'aeKet fiom the K.isteru Btates and Kiiioh),
J-'UKSII 0AMKOIIN1A l'KODUCH KY JJVUUY 8TKAMKK.
All Oriliim faithfully atttmded to and (loods delivered to any pint of tho City flee.
Wand Oideirt Milieiteil. balisfaetion guaianteed,
EJaat Cornei' Iort Ss Xing Streets.
Gr, J. Waller, . . . Manager.
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and GOAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at tlio Very Lowest
.Market Mutes for Cash.
Bell 414 - - TELEPHONE - Mutual 19
A I'ULLSIOT OK IJOUBKHOLl) l-'Ult-
-f V nituru iih it Hliindh. The Lennu of
the I'leinihes No, Wl Fort Htieet, IkiiImi
ollerid for iIUjmisiiI. J.'uither i.urticuhiiH
on iiiiiliciition to
1IU MKS. KKDLKK,
"'-li On the jueniibes.
FurMiiHltliutin, Frames, l'uslflit,Arto
'ii"', Pholojiuivurm, Jitchiniis, ami
eirrythinu '" "' '''"' of J'ieturen, j to
Kinij Jlrax., JIoM frr.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
G. IRIIN & CO.
OrFLK FQU BALL
Lime : and : Cement,
KAKAKflNi: PAINT CO.'S
Compounds and Roofing,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
When you want a Portrait Euhirjil
call on King Bros,, ijet their Price Lint,
and nee Samples, Then can't be heat!
rpllT: wTiuKLY IIULLKT1N-2S COL
J. uiuiisiif Intiueoting Mending Mutter,
1Iiiiu1h,I; mulled to foieigu eoiuitlies.fi.
Wool Dust, Bone Meal, Fish Guano.
AI.HO KUOIC A OIILANUT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Grass Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Rye Grass and Clovers.
I'AIMKANK CANNING CO.'B
In 1 and Li It. Tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.