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THREE DAYS LATER.
Foreign News Brought by tba
"S. G. Wilder,"
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THE OMENTAL WAR.
cniNcsn EMrcnon LIKELY to lose uts
Tho Nfliv York Hor.ikl has a dis
patch from Sliautflmi saying tho
Emperor ot China will very likely
be dethroned in foror of Prince
Kuog, who will treat with tho Jap
anese. Li Hung Chang, tho Illustrious
Viceroy who was lately lowered a
crado for not managing tho war
with Japan in as lively a manner as
ho ought, has been superseded in
supremo command by General Sang
Tsing of tho provinco of Hunan. It
is rumored that Li Hung Chang in
disgust has dofoctod to tho Jap
anese Tho Japanoso army that used up
10,000 Chinoso at Ting Yang has
occupied Heichon, on tho frontier
of Manchuria, without opposition.
Au insurrection is rumored to
havo broken out in tho proviuco of
Shan Tung, but its uaturo or object
is not known.
Tho docks at Nagasaki, Japan, aro
full of cruisers and other war ves
Japancso cruisers aro sighted
daily oil Chco Foo, which supports
tho report that Japauese aro laud
ing northward oi that port. '
A British squadron is cruising in
tho Gulf of l'echili.
Tho Japauofo havo occupied Wi-
Ju without opposition.
TIIOCDLC i.V C1IINCSE COUNCILS.
A despatch to tho Fall Mall Ga
zolto says friction botweon Prince
Kung, tho EmpororV uncle, who has
been appointed to the presidency of
the Tsuug-Li-Yuinen (China's Couu
oil of Ministers charged with tho con
duct of loreigu aUttlri.), is Inevit
able. 'ue Imperial Council is com
plu'.oly disorganized. Great corrup
tion has been discovered iu tho
purchase of war material. There is
also found to bo little food for tho
rLiCE TOD A riTCUED BATTLE.
Sung Kwei, tho Emperor's father-in-law,
has started lor Sham-Uai-Kwau,
on tho gulf ot Lia Toug, at
the head ot KUOO picked Mauchuriau
soldiers. That place is regarded as
of ureat strategic importance. It Is
tuo uomt at
from the coast
ronciONcns in da.no en.
Frivate advices have reached Tien
tsin from Peking waruiug nil for
eigners to keep away from tho capi
tal. The road and waterways from
Tung Chow to Fekiug are nlivo with
soldiers hostile to nil Europeans.
Several British residents of Peking
have been aaulted, including Mr.
Tours, interpreter of the iiritidh
Legation, Dr. Dudgoou and others
It is rumored British representa
tives are taking actiou on tho laud
ing of munitions ot war for tho
Chinoso at Tieu-Tslu by the British
Taotai Sluing, chief magistrato of
Tieu-Tsiu, has disappeared under
charges of betraying the movements
of Chinese troops to tho Japauese.
He is said to have given information
of the Kow Suing expedition, which
resulted iu thosiukiug of that trans
port by tho Japanese.
uohuoKS or war.
A British naval ollicer, who was
attached to tho Chinese squadron iu
tho Yalu fight, gives some parti
culars of thai event iu a letter to tho
Ou board tho Chon Yuon tho
fighting was awful. Tho deck and
tho spaco around the guns were
strewn with human fragments, aud
three ot thu five men working a four
ton gun were blown up by a shell
from tho Japauoso warship Naniwa.
A fourth gunner was shot whilo
trying to oxcapo from the turret, but
the lifth stuck to his post. This
man fired throo rounds at tho
Naniwa, ono shell entering tho
uugino-room of the Japauese ship
and another smashiug her fore
bridgo. Tho Naniwa than hauled
olT. Tho Chinese Admiral rewarded
the surviving guunor with 1000 tauls.
Further particulars of frightful
maugliug ot meu ou tho Cheu Yuen
aro given iu tho letter. This ship
arived at Woibniwoi after tho fight
in tho samo condition iu which she
left tho battle. No attompt had
been made to wash the blood from
her or to remove tho corpses which
strewed her decks. Tho writer ex
presses tho opinion that if tho Euro
pean rulers could havo seeu the
decks of tho Chon Yueu they would
have forsworn war henceforth aud
BEFOBT OF 1'INQ TANO DISASTER DENIED.
Sir Halllday McCartney, Counsel
lor of the Chinoso Legation iu Lon
don, calls attention iu tho Times to
tho absence of confirmation of tho
reported Chinese disaster at Ping
Yaug. He says thu Chinese suf
fered defeat, uot disaster, there.
Being short of provisions they con
templated retreat when thu city was
invested. Their killed aud wounded
numbered ouly JJ.OOO. Tho remain
ing 0,000 commanded by a geueral
falsely stated to huvu been captured
by tho Japanese effected a retreat.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker aud tuner, cau fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Uawaiiau News Co. will re
ceive prompt atteution. All work
guaranteed to be the samo as done
"Charley's Aunt" Saturday night
was a pronounced success. Jean
Weinor as the pseudo Aunt disting
uished himself particularly his fe
male impersonation in fact is suporior
to his actiug of a malo part. Mr.
Nannary as a halo old gontleman
was finished in ovory doUil. Mr.
Bolmour as a gay old gallant was
also perfect. The ladies (God bless
'em) were truo to their part as far as
acting was concerned. There was
some criticism of appearing at
luncheon in street costumes but it
does not appear to be a very heinous
breach of propriety, though the uni
versal prejttdlco is iu favor of gloves
with full ovening dress. But really
tlio omission did uot soriounly detract
from tho success of tho Dr wwntntlnn.
Tho Spanish danco of Mil is Nannary
and Miss Stockmoyer was gracefully
executed aud won loud pi. audits.
To-morrow night will b o presented
"Faust" with all available accesso
ries of scenic display and electrical
A Family Bovmion.
Thorowas tt family gathering at
tho country residouco of M. P. Ro
binson, at lloaeao ou. Saturday. It
was givou by Mr. Robtnsou and
about fifty porsnns old and young,
participated iu tho "picnic. Tho pic
nickors left on tho. y;13 o'clock train
Saturday uiornin , tho Quintet Club
accompanying t hem. Aftor enjoy
ing themselves to thoir heart's con
tent tho party returned to town at
1:30 o'clock iu tho afternoon.
Ladies who aro on tho lookout for
Christmas presents should call at
tho Ceylo n jeweler's store on Nuu
anu stroe, where they can buy tho
best getE'.s out from Coylon at clear
ance sat.o prices. There aro rubies,
sapphi res, emeralds, pearls.cats' eyes,
etc. Also handmade laces, and
every thing is being sold out regard
loss of cost.
At Williams' Studio aro to bo soon
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is making a specialty of. Lantoru
Slides for lecture by tho sot or
"I would rather trust that medi
cine than any doctor I know of,"
says Mrs. liattio Mason ot Chilton.
Carter Co., Mo., iu speaking of
Chamborlaiu'ri Colic, Cholera aud
Diarrhoaa Remedy. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Qawaiias Qardwarc Co.. L'Q
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
Household -:- Fornitare
On THURSDAY, Oct.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will vll nt ruh'lo AuoHon. l lh
Hirlnc Ma'trif, lo'iutto Nets,
II. V. fti.il Itnl vol U'i dr ,1 o ',
It v' lloulc cur, II V CVmirrTahlo,
MtiiJi jr. Hup', I'.o'n', rnioli,
WhhtuotJ, 'J Must Suits, fiookcy,
Singer Sewing Machine,
Filter, Lamp, Qtrden Ho e,
Saddlo and Srldlo,
I.swn M -we-, Rlrp ladder,
Whee.tsr.uw, Km , Klo.
On TIIUKSDAY, Oct. 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will tell at t'uHllo Auction, on the
The Plant o! the Hawaiian
flitnattd oi Frt strmt next to I hi Fort
utrett H:bool, conilstlng of
20,000 Lbels, Formula & Seoret Process
Of rxiractlne ih alfnhnl, l'n? the Ber
nseiinjvri oiliKri-n'i-ntio vrtiie. 'fne
oulimt li8 l"'ii (JOO U"7-tn wo-k y to-K-iliHr
wuti all th Ainiriiiiiii for the
UMimffOtur of iiuii-k oliulio Ifrnroifn.
vm- Invent, ry can br teen nt the otllce
lit I lie Auct Ollnrr.
nr 'l'lio whole of lite Hbire will be
BOia wlthuut reaerve for CASH
I, J. I.KVKY.
W. It. 1JAU.EY,
DAILEY'S STOCK COMPANY.
Tuesday, Oct. 16th:
"FAUST AND MARGUERITE,"
Thursday, Oct. 18th:
"THE BLACK FLAG."
Saturday, Oct. COthi
The (Irtnt KngllHh Comedy
Another (treat Laugh i'rovoko-1
POPULAR, PRIOB9 I
rm Uox l'lan oicn at the olllce of (,. J,
Tuesday, Oct. y, 1894.
The attention of the road
department has been called,
one way or another, to the
"leaning tree of Waikiki."
To persons who ride or drive
to the beach once or twice a
day this leaning tree is a con
stant menace and it occurs to
"old subscriber" as though the
time has arrived when some
thing should be done before
the tree falls into the road and
does some damage. It is hardly
of sufficient value for the owner
to make any objections to its
removal particularly as it can
be done at little or no expense.
The tree may hang in its pre
sent position for a long while
and not do any damage but if
it should fall when horses were
in the neighborhood it is quite
probable there would be a run
away. We've had another invoice
of Porcelain-lined Bath
Tubs suitable for persons who
do not wish expensive articles.
Our stock is now complete in
this line and we can fill orders
for plain or ornamental tubs in
all sizes. We have also a com
plete assortment of Wash
stands, cither enamel or Ita
lian marbh tops.
It is rather amusing, the in
quiries that are made here re
garding the Steel Aermotor.
Some people imagine that, like
other windmills, wind is re
quired to run them. This is a
mistake. All you have to do
is to set the mill going and
the law of gravitation or good
common sense on the part of
the wheel sets it in motion and
keeps it going. We have never
heard of a wheel that will turn
as easy or that will develop the
power shown in an Aermo
tor. This fact makes the
geared mill doubly valuable to
the plantation man, because
besides pumping water it will
saw wood, run a grindstone
and a half dozen other articles,
with one attachment now be
ing evolved in the brain of an
inventor it will be able to run
a newspaper or a government.
There are other windmills man
ufactured, but they are not
geared mills and consequently
will not do half the work of
an Aermotor. We have all
sizes of wheels and pumps in
stock and can give you water
quicker than you can say Jack
The Pansy Stove has given
better satistaction than any
iron stove ever introduced in
this country. Our sales in
them have increased largely in
the past six months and indi
cations point to a still greater
demand for what the people
recognize as the best stove on
The rain is causing mud;
mud is next to dirt, cleanliness
is next to an Improved Stone
Filter, and we sell the Filters.
In our business office is a filter
exactly like the kind we sell
except that it is made of glass
so that the entire operation of
filtering is open to the gaze of
the public. The water as it
comes from the tap is of seal
brown color and contains more
liver fluke to the cubic inch
than you can imagine. When
it passes through the filtering
stone it is as clear as crystal and
entirely free from impurities.
The cost of one of these filters
is slight compared with the
benefits derived. If you have
any regard for your family get
an Improved Stone Filter.
fcSsMAMlsWUBttdar 4. , i iinf "a m
Lnnk Hal T,nnk
Out Kg Out
Stock of Furniture
Dally expected on the "Wilder" and the "Andrew Wrlch"
g Then Yon See With Your Own Eyes -j
ttojpjp 8o Co.,
No. T'4 King Street.
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 869.
New Goods I Latest Designs 1 Largest Stock 1
HOMO OA.K DBDltOOM BKT,
BOPA8, LOUNGES, WARDUODK8,
MMttORS, MOOLDINQB, KTO., KTU.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
fcr Holl of 40 Yards, $12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos (or Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179, TELEPHONES HDtoal 76.
Succeuort to O. E. Williams.
AND 611 KING STREET.
HiwaiiUsFariwm Co., I d
Opposite Bprtekelk' Mock.
307 FORT STREET.
523 Fort Street, Houoliiln.
People's Baggage Express
WIM. CAU. ANY PAltT OK TUB
Citv (or lUaiiAQK. All Miuguve
rtctlvol by us will ha handlel with car 1
ai'il (lUpitch. Wapitis lll lifl oi thu
Wha'f 10 meet nil Forulxii ami Inter.
Itlanit HtcHinern. Mnvlux I'mn nml
Kiirnllu u a ipcWlty. Olllce Unliul
ChnIoko I'n, nml l.lvuiy Htulilta. coriiomt 1
Klnn.,(l Fort tit rcoiH next to K O. Hall
A; Bon, lliith telephone 2' U.
111X) Urn M. T. MA1181IAM..
Calculations Load to Comet Results.
Where jxoplt wnlc a mistake d in tiippot
ing that good picture art utceuarUy trn
ifir. He are ttlllnj pffturei tvtry day, fit to grace
any home, the prtcei of uhkh uouUi attontth
thote not acquainted with theact.
It it not neeeuary to get afint proof etching
or engraving in order to have a work of art.
The method of reproduction now in vogue,
vmke$ it pontile fur people of moderate meant
atuwltat their uealthler neighbor, to gratify
their tuitefor the beautiful.
Great range for the ditplay oftaite, in the
teleetton oftubjectt, U afforded by our keeping
plcturet in theet form and mouldlngt from
which to telect the framet.
One need never be at a Ion to know what to
give at a preient, at any time or for any put
poie,for there it nothing better than a picture.
Sm- And KJNO BROS, it the place to get
HT.1 .'' &m SmK'-
CHOCK HINO, Proprietor,
Hotel Street, nearly opiKito Uethi-I
M-Cla-s Moils at Modtrate Prlcts
At all Uours. Patronage Solicited.
A Pack Mule
With a sore back and a load of
stoves is not a bit more miserable
than some Honolulu horse that
has to draw a heavily loaded
wagon with bent Axles. We set
Axles at San Francisco Pr.ces.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'PG CO.,
KTo. 70 Queen Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornar Port. M ECotel Sts
From RfCfit Direct ImpirUtioii
Tho Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. IAJROrTD A8SORTMINT,
Mutual Telepbocfl E
It cures Itching 1m
niom. ami ku'ps the
sculp cool, moist,
lit'itltliy. anil tree (ruin
tlmttlx yrnrH rro 1 Imt nrnrly liallol my
li.ilr, mid ulmt mii left turned km)'. Alter
mini! Aer'H llalr Vigor srvernl inontlis,
my Imlr Ih'K.iii to i;row utialti, uml with the
natural color restored."
The European Lunch Rooms Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AVER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U ,S. A.
CT"llriMi( rlimii Itnltxllont Tli iim
Arr It r'iiliim "ii Hio wrni'ii-r. uuU U
tluHM III tllU t.U "I ' ll ( "HI Imltllt.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Bolt Agouts Igr ths itstiubllo of Uawall.
FI3STB3ST IN FLAVOR
Of any imported. JiiHt received by
SOXiXjIBTBHR, de OO.