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Yoi.iHi'" Si'pl. U Tho miltnilu
ill worn1 of iii'j minister iil j5
Thurvlny ni-ht In Hiroshima, tho
embarking plni'o of llio ilnpnncto
troop out U) Core.i. Tin1 hiwl
quarton of tlio mikado will bo trans-
rrtul lo Hiroshima after that
A ItlLlTAllY I.MKIIT.
Pan Fnwvt-ro, Sept. 11 Uaron
von UiuiSL'licilior, for three vars
put tnilitnry advisor for Japan ami
head of tho Imperial neauumy in
'"okio, has arrived in Him eit on his
way homo to 1'tir i. Ho was not
indinnd to fo into ltails oxorpl in
. ftnv particular. At prosont thero
am nli-iut "O.U.v) .Jnpit:ct troops
uiobili'.utl in Coion. ivlli 70.0.W) at
initio. Jlo'itles Hi.1 thero i.4 a vaM
r-uc-rvo now in arm tint may ho
('fillori out at any tnonii-iii a oeia
mju require. Itolun ccmmtaud cf
tho naval lleot. It iucliiiii 515 w
m1, of which 111 aro in (Joronu
wators. Japan at present lin.i three
military harbor- kotikt, Kohe
and Sa.otae. Tho b.vu of supplies
M Shiiuono Zieki. Tho troops in
Japan are uot mobilized. Tln-ro aro
livo divisions there, ono division lim
ing oO.OiH) men. It it a inMakn that
China has not a y.od navy. Tho
vessels aro larger ami better than
those of Japan, but the nu-ii are not
good fighting m.it"ri:il Japan, in
toward to both at my and navy, it
well equipped. Her oldiirt and
railor.t mo :n ull drilled a tliino of
th fort-mutt nations. China's sol
dier a et amount to nothing.
IXalDC sen t.uttvcu.
Nc York. Mpt. 1 1. Tho follow
'nc tiiei.ajro transmitted in the
original has been IwtuMaU-d In a
1'ipauo'o gent It-man in Now York.
t was unit by u Japanese special
correspondent rvn'uig with tint uV't
in tho Gulf of l'eehili t the ui-u-paper
in Jup-ut ulueli ho represents,
i r.it ill) name of whieh for obvious
ifaon Is withheld The Jap.meso
JOMTUiiK'tit, Imwtner, uhieh exor
isos a strict eenorhip over all
ii-jwR nJal'ii to the war, prohibited
With tuo t!apanu licet bef"'
AVi-Hal-Wtii, Unit of iVclnli, Aug.
1 J At o'clock yesterday morning,
the llthof Augnt. our" lli'i-t. oon
weliuj; of 'J 'lien. of war nud n lio
tilin o! six tmpedo boats, tool;
idvanta;;e of the datl.tn-o of thu
'tight and erep into tho harbor of
vVoi-lbti'WVt, Miikiiuivii to tin I hi-
leso in thu foils ami vessels. .Nit
orpedo boats 'vero sent out with
' ho intention .f
j-luui.vi n- uin iiiim.m. 'i vniiM-h
lUvhored within. The i!jiil!. was
iniciviliut? iu the v;rvii:; direction,
and I hen discovering their miti-iko
Mtrutid b-idt, eliau ,! uiuir (.-mmi
and tu.'idii strait to tli pin -i
whero tin Ciiim-so lay iu safety.
linn midway , lirit'sn man cf-war
which was Michnp.'d there firt'tt tt
inline- for tho Japauero vesn!s. a
ory unusual thing to do in uli
.tr.ililiibt ..ti..i.te li. r. ft ll.t.. nit tVi.
electric and search lighw at tb ' oiirrai William-, at Havana tinder
Friday, Sept. 1J lS9't.
The object of the Salvation
Army throughout the world
is to "reach the unreached"
and they've succeeded in thou
sands of instances. We do not
believe the: reformations have
always been permanent any
more than the efforts of Fran
cis Murphy or the ministra
tions of Dr. Keeley have
proved entirely satisfactory in
the matter of intemperance.
They, like Mr. Moody, work
upon the sympathies of the
people, they get them first iu
terestcd and then enthusiastic,
when slap, bang, comes a de
sire to do better. But because
there have, been backsliders
among the Salvationists or
among the people who have
once yielded to the persuasive
eloquence of the late John B,
Gottgh or a Murphy there is
no reason why these reformers
should not be encouraecd. If
a man or woman has gone to
the doers and a curbstone
preaeher is successful in lifting
them up, even temporarily, it
is infinitely better than if they
had continued on a downward
course. Temprance lecturers
and Dr. Keeley have been
scoffed at because their cures
have not been permanent
. I Suppose they have not I Take,
1 IIVI ! llt'tllttirt IMltV lfVU U1V.V-MVII I !
vouecrniug tho shughter of sheep i for instance, a man who draws
mar lerobyeittiemeu. ii.oroworo his wa ,cs jjaluray (l ,t and
about tuenty-livo cattlemen, nil I ... ,
weauug minks. 1 u
idiccii boloimiuu to C
T.o' tn i i.i l hi-pt. 12. A rpeeial to
t'ie t'o'ioiic total from Lexington
;.; ' riii- neist H'nrttlinunl mani
festo oter i"tsed iu the political
h'story of Kontuekv was given out
by 'he lirckiuridge poplo to-night.
1 ho Owens mou elniui that they
will not abide by what thoy term
tho lireckinridpe 'gag' law, and pro
diet blood shed "
Arm irv, Mo., S-pt. H). It has
been a good day for tho republicans
and a correspondingly bad tno for
tho democrats, but fho result was
altogether unforeseen. To tho rain
ami gcu-'t.d apathy is duo tho light
vote, and though thu democrats ad
mit difnf they do not show an;
symptom of discouragement.
KtitutiM hao boon n-roivod from
.nor UHI titles and towns and they
indicate, that the stalo has lo-eJect-ed
Cow-Timr Cleves, republican,
ovorChailes J. Johnson, (lomocrat,
by a majority which will oxceod 47,
(t0(), tho largest hi tho history of tho
party. Tho republicans havo car
ried every county in tho stato, and
it is estimated that tho legislature
will h?vo a working republicau maj
ority of 125, which insures the ro
elect ion of Senator Fryo. Thomas
II Itt-od has been elected bv a plu
rality of 10,000. Nelson "Dingloy,
Seth II. Milligau nud H. lioutollo
aro alo reelected to congress by
majorities ranging from OOCJOloOOOO.
The total voto will probably exceed
LtwisTox, Me., Sept. 12 Kotttrns
from -1 1 T towns givo Cleves (rep.)
(57.017; Johnton(.dom.)iy,0(Kl; ltus
sej (pro02li0; llaletuanfpnp.) 1S.S;
republican plurality, aSOSl. This
Is an inereafo of ttl'.H) in Cloves' veto
over 1S'.)2. and a decrease in John
ston's of 2.'J.7tM.
Iti'rLAMi, Vt., Sept. 10 Heturns
from all tho towns iu tho statu show
the republican majority to bo 27.5110.
Tho follow inir is an analvis: Hepub
Inan vote . LMIl, 12 751(5; IfcW). 'X.Wfl
Democratic voto, IS'.U, ll.:ilS; lS'JO,
iy;il I. llepnblican gaiu,l271; deimi
er.Uk lop, 11HJ3. The seuato is n re
intblicau unit and thohoiisostamls as
foll.iws: lSepublicaus, 2.TI; di'tuo
cr.ii, '.I; populists, 51 Three towns
tuadu no hoicc.
TcttntnLE M.woitTun or sitr.cr.
1'ah.ui.i.tk. Colo.. Sent. 12 -I'tir
tlior particulars havo been received
"Tie bog ol Mneni W-tns."
Itottled with Spt-rial Care for iIub maikd, and
Every Bottle Warranted
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
.A.gents for tlio IslancLs.
TIME IS MONEY"
ro havk Yoiiu riMK and monry both btkp tN to
KCorp 8o Co.,
CTo. 74 Kixie Street.
They drove 22'j.t stienus it in rum before Mon
Jl. Brown into I A .;.. i..-..:.... u:e ,:r..
guns, , "v l"u,,""ii "viiiy i... .iiv
r. corri! and Lilted I hem with
l.iihox nud elubs. J. V. Miller's i rtud
held, iitimberiug about 2u(H), wore
driven over tho clitTs and I:. lied. J.
I). Ilurlbut'.s she'p were not molest
ed, but the butchers posted notice
that theo would have been served
likewise but for lack of I into. When
the sheepnivi) returned not a cattle
mill was in sight. The sheep herder
who was shot will recover.
tin .LI IS AN IV.STANT
and soon nil tho forts wore iu nativ
ity. An esehaugo of r.hut.s for over
au hour fid lowed. Aceiug that the
plan to ia!ii tho C'htueto by .ur
prise f.nlwl uu account of the sahitn
Inmi the Mntish, and further liiiig
'lug if no avmi the il.tpamro le
tiud As t'ei torpedo U'Ui.la v.a
n'ttiriiii'' n Chineo urpelo boat
discharge d u toipedo r.gauiKt it, hut
'niloti toilo nay Uamaiie ntitl for n
Ctl'XN nccirsiiciTV .NDt:t.
VyiiMirnx, sept. 11. Consul-
dato of August 21, has sunt a don-
discharged by ouo
V A TOIII'hliO
of the .lanaticM)
boats. I'lio salute In the Uiiti.di
vessel cannot but be regarded at a
signal lo malm the slumbering Chi
nese know of the Japauce, as it is
not oie-toumrv lo fire salute at the
(load of night."
UNIT LI) STATKS
The New York Herald's It-iu '
.able sajs: It is stated that tho'
J'opo vj hold a consistory iu De
cember at which Mgr .vitolli, tho
Vapal dnlcgalo in tho United state,
will he nominated a t'atdiual.
Clifton U. ilreclo'i. ridge, the now
American lnimter to ltida, will
sail from New York by tho Augusta
Victoria ou tho 'JJih mat.
J'he rtct'ie r lia)lian K-public,
which figured so coiiipicuousl. iu
fho lal" smuggling trial and w'liich
nas boon helit by tho (Joveriiiuont
for over n year ntider libel, was Mj!d
at auction on rf.it unlay at I'urllaiui
by rniiod Slates Marhhal (irady.
The etsol was Ind iu by (Japt. John
Jtoss, her former master, for .lfi.OUO.
Don I'io l'ict;, tho lat .Mexican
Goici&ur of Calilornis, died at Lto
Aiigclea on l'ue"djy morning. Ho
was 111 jenrk old. L'nti. wuhin a
low weeks ho w.is in good hualth,
Suttie, n., opt. 0. - 1'hu busi
nchs centro ol hniney, tho county
scat of Kitsap emuity, was bmncd
about 1 o'clock this morning, hav
ing started in the Btoro of T J.
sweoimy. Nineteen lmildingH worn
destroyed and a number of fauiil.es
niado homeless. Losa 2.'i.0, in
Jiioi,,:.i), f-i-pt. 12 Mayoi Frank
to da wtooit uu oid. nam o p.wd
by the city cuiiucil allowing salooim
to bo kept open all night. Tho
mayor says: "J uu iut'orined by utir
poli"o dupaitincut that soou-;enths
of all tho crtuo committed iu our
city is done b'-Uuiuu nm houis of 12
o'clock inidnijht ami 1 a. m.'"
. .". . ! ....
patch to AUiug .Secretary ol blnto
L'hl, a iopy of which was to-day
-cut to Seciotai.) Carlisle giving the
translation of a telegram received
on I li day pievions by tho governor
getiowd of Cuba, from tho minister
.-f colonies of Madrid, directing tho
letter to icplac( tho duties ou Amor
an pr' li.cts on that island and
l' rto It ice j as mkmi as tho now taritT
i.ll eilt i. Mo opotatioii. 'l'hif is
the lirn oil! -ial notifioation rocoived
by the treamry departmniil of tho
restoration of duties by any country
which was a party to tuo reciprocity
agreement provided for by tlio Me
fNlTPI) hTATr.S fill ll'S
Tho Petrol has arrived at Yoko
hama from Helmut.' Sea. Tho Con
cord will arrive at Yokohama on tho
lth iust., having sailed from Clin
miilpo. Corea. Tho Moneacy has
arrived at Tion Tsin. Tim Moutoroy
has arrived nt Seattle, W'n., and tho
Adams which has been in Bohriug
Sea waters during tho soaling sua
sou ami is on its returu trip, has
arrived at rfan Francisco.
I'UXOTO KILUNO HIS ENKlllCS.
London, Sept. 12. A dospalch to a
hum eonefirn from Moutovidoo says
that fifty-ulght Brazilians were ox
ecuted by the order of President
I'oixoto ou April 'J7 last. Tho execu
tion tii'ik place in tho fortress at
Santa Cruz Tho condemned hud
no trial. Among thu number vero
military and naval n Ulcers whoso
uaiiieH are given in tlio despatch,
commencing with that of Marshal
Atumdn da Game. In addition a
number of petrous woro idiot at
Curita, without warrants, on tho
order of tho president. It is also
said that many prisoners woro killed
bv being thrown from precipices
along tin) Paraguay rivor, among
them liuiug Suuor Louis Thurat, n
faderal deputy, who was a distill
guifched wnw r and who returned to
Iba.il from Buenos Ayros under n
guarnnteo that his life would bo
iatitos Anthony Proudo, tho hibto
liau. is ill
Tho Count of Paris is dead. Tim
lJuko of Orloati", next iu claim to
tho thioiu) of Fiftiici), a 1 1 1 live in
Loudon, where a rosal committee
has been formed
I'ht riiith hilllftlit SI itntt tx mtMith
DELICATE ! DELICIOUS ! DAINTY !
Jri .75j JJ
YOl'K (iktJCEU I OR
J i .273. JED JZ2j JL-i
KJ X iTZ JL JZLi JCXfO
. i Ifm i i.n m.umww
Tie-no arc Nit IV:ti- I. in: ' ri,Mrj i I, One Irlil wnl imvu tlivlr iiiiirlin
11. 1). Xh'i Cans at thin hiaud contain r. ttroator qunutity than these of
children without the ik
cessities of lift-; "a bad state
of aff.tirs yon will say." Well,
suppose by some meant or
other he has a year of sobriety,
is it not a blessing for his fa
mily to have just that one
year ? Intemperance and crime
are close friends and scientific
men consider them an diseases,
oftentimes hereditary, which
like consumption may be cured
or relieved according to cir
cumstances. The Salvationists roach both
by gettinjr a hold on one, for
it seldom happens that a man
who thinks he is religious is a
drunkard. We are not giv
ing a lecture on religion nor
are we exhorting people to
give up their "stout and bit
ter," nor do we propose to
don a red coat and shout halle
lujah from one end of town to
the other, we merely wish to
call your attention to the fact
that up to the hour of going to
press there has never been a
windmill introduced that would
compare in any respect with a
galvanized steel Aermotor.
There are instances right here
in Honolulu where wooden
mills have been taken down
and a steel Aermotor substi
tuted. This has not been done
except through a preference
for good things, and because
people wanted more water
than any wooden mill would
pump. A little 12-foot wheel
out at the Ostrich Farm forces
water 65 feet high through six
hundred feet ol pipe. It will
do more than that but it hap
pens that nothing more is re
quired. A gentleman called
on us the other day and wanted
a mill and pump that would
raise the water fifty feet and
force it through thirty-two
hundred feet of pipe. We
guarantee to do it and never
turn a hair. We have never
heard of a wooden mill of the
same size that would do it,
some day there may be one
made but we doubt it because
the tastes of the people run
toward lighter material. The
Aermotor has been tried here
I and is no longer an experi
J ment. When a customer calls
I upon us to purchase one we
first ascertain the work to be
done; if it is within the power
j of a windmill to do it we say
J so and then guarantee it; we
I have never had to take a mill
w liv.. mt nf SVw tloot to arrive by the "Wilder" und the "Brjriit," mm t out
room c olli-r our jiremnt iiiprb Mock of
tannic, Ualnilt snrt Ciirl Ulrvli of the Intent iisttems At inch low prlne
that It wilt sy nit lo Invest In I firm at onco.
Ht-p our Mi-unlit Antorltuimt of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
tn f t snil shut pli-ce to suit every Ule and every pocket.
At. I. KINDS OK MANUKACTUKINO HONK IN
Furniture, -:- Brdding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Bui Untidy uf Life Gene Ftalrers, Silk Floss, Hair, Moss and Excelsior always 01 till
T1 All order from the ulic Iilfttids "vlll h nttendM to In 1 manner that 1 'II la
mri' Miilxfncilnti. Try tin once and joil will nnver li-nve Hi, for our couds are n TTtn I
MylUli, ainl will he well packed and come to you at San Franclnco prlcca.
TV Mutual Tehptiore
JLV r .. - ....Bg
E r:'l Te'epbone
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp lc Buttois
UMAITMW Of " 8liM-iNlnr fancy-ami lettered to order CD ATI DO
WlftUUn atSin KranclM'oiirlcei. OUillllia
Ift. Biiecal order for all klmtitnf Furnitura will bo filled at loweit pricet. Try
ti niul l con vim ed.
Bailey's Woven Wire natiresses Kept la Stock.
An Kerini 1 IIihiUirr and IWorntnr In alwv at your erTte
Proii) it Jarm und vuried wtock the nnderHigiiud would ilraw
imrtic.nlar uttention to the following :
lonipriHiii (ulifornia llttv, Burley, Rolled Hurley, Hrun
MiddliugH, OutH, Corn.
gCg In addition u our iiHiial Httiek of thie wt- are uu
eurryinu 'Wa8hingtn Bran, Out? and Rolled Barley
Thehe are ettch poHineHHud of Htrong feeding propertiej and
Are well worth a trial by all mterentod in Htoek.
"Cp x 4 TT TSP Catlltornlo am
JT J - V- J"V Waablaglan HUIh,
Royal and u Cleveland" Baking Powders!
It is essential to good older to
have your Carriage bear as pre
sentable an appearance as your
Superior Work! Sao Francisco Prices!
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No TO Queen Street
N'o. I. AIwhjh In iik i tii"t iniir
.1. In, l" pel Imlo.
l.lvciH)iil CmirKt', ll'.MI). Iihks
l.nulixli I in try, N.I 1 1. ling
Ilarrela ami Hull llarmu
HAM, BACON, CHEESE.
Koluei'a In tlno n1 ii.r
A clioltv vurlxty of lumllng bianit.
J T. MOItTON'a ENOLIBH GROCERIES.
OlIOaSE Ss BLACKWICLL'a BNOLISH OKOOEUIE3
LIDBY, MONEIL & LlDBY'S CANNED MKATB
RIOHAHDSON & RODDIN'S OANNKD MBATtt
FIIL'ITSi ! PAPER:
I'le, Tallin ami Hi 11
!i unit I.MIi. Iiiixm.
A liirijo vnrlntj
Etc.. Etn., Ktt Kto.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
1, AltOK SI'Ol'KB Oi
I'ldiiLiiiiiii m&. Miim, Dry GduiIl.
biMtitlftH leift.3trtai.. ffs f IA
C9WHlIIUI'IHUWIO '!,, U J
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Goods I Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Prices I
- - I HAT PL.IOK IS AT - -
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oomer Fort. Hotel 8ui
tS" Our Soda Water is the Best 3
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
.Jiwt Received a new lot from the Factory
of the Celebrated
PIPES. CIG.VIt AND CIGAUKTTJ3 IIOLD1CUS
Xn. A.xn"teor cvsid. aCocrocli.avii33..
WAX MATCHES ALWAYS Oil HAUD III QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
I.WAVH ON HANI) AT MOIlBltA I'K I'ltlt'Krt.
Theo, H. Davies fc Oo.? Id.
Opiikltii Hiri('li'la' IHix'k,
307 FORT STREliT.
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