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THE DAILY HULLETTN. MARCH 20, 1895.
SOME NOTED WOMEN.
Ella Wboelur Wilcox says tbat slio
owes a kooiI doal to coreuls, for sho
feels so much belter after she lias
talon them olT that it is cortaiuly a
pleasum to wear them.
Miss Julie Cooper, a trieeo of 1'eter
Cooper, is otio of the family on
whom the great philanthropist's
mantle has fallen, though the pub
lic knows but little of her wide
The love of Berlioz's life was an
Irish woman, an actress, homely as
could be, they say, but with such a
power of delineation in Shakes
pearean roles that his heart was
completely taken. They were finally
Mrs. l'aret, tho wife of Bishop
Tarot, of Maryland, is a friend of
tho birds. Sho is trying to form a
society in Baltimore, tho members
of which will bo plodded not to wear
any feathers on their hats except
Watts, tho English painter, has,
with his wife's aid, mado hinuelfa
beautiful homo at Guildford. Tho
house, a quaint gabled structure,
stands in a lino grove of Scotch iirs,
ami is c
harming within, with black
carveU pale, noli staiuet glass anu
liarmonious colorings, miib ceiling
of tho great living-room is tho work
of Mrs. Watts, and is dotio in bas
relief designs. Mr, Watts, although
nearly SO years old, and but recently
recovered fmm a sovoro illness, en
joys ovorythiug with tho freshness
of a boy, and is as enthusiastic about
his work as though ho woro just at
the outset of his career.
Louise Grouse, an Indian girl of
20, a direct descendant of tho Al
gonquius, is at tho normal school in
Oswego, N. Y. Sho is penniless, her i
mother is dead, her father is a dip
somaniac and thero aro no rolatives ,
or wealthy friends to aid her: novor
tholess sho is determined to have an
education, and has managed to pay
her way so far nud to clothe herself
as well by hard labor of all kinds
and at all times. She is completing ,
her course, but works as hard as ,
ovor in order to put by somothing '
with which to educate her youngest (
sister After completing her studies
in tho normal school sho hopes to '
enter some medical college aud bo-
come a physician.
Favorably reported by tho joint
special committee, tlio
woman s suuragu uui rmuo up lor
I 1 1 ! I .
house. Petitions in its favor had
been pouring in for tho previous two
weeks. Hundreds of Massachusetts
W. C. T. unions aud scores of labor
unions have memorialized tho legis
lature. No other measure has had
so strong a body of supporters. Its
opponents, it is said, will try to
amend tho bill by submitting it for
ratification to tho vote of the women
themselves. But tho supromo court
last year decided t hat uo law can bo
euacted to tako effect except when
ratified at tho polls. A law so liinit
od would bo unconstitutional.
Mrs. II. W. U. Strong, of Whittior,
is known as tho "woman fruit grow
er of southern California." Sho has
tho largest walnut grove iu tho
world owued by ono individual. Sho
has 150 acres of walnut trees iu full
bearingj aud iu other kinds of nuts
aud fruits sho has boeu equally en
terprising. Mrs. Strong lately read
before tho state Board of Trade a
paper presenting the value of pam
pas grass aud the pomegrauato as
California products. From tho pain
pas plumos growins on oither side of
thH avoniio on hor propurty, 800fot3t
in lougtu, slm baa rualizuu from
S;J000 to $1000 por annum. Sho
poiutnd out that pampas grass
makus tho fiueht bank papor known,
aud can bo usod for many othur pur
posus. Tho pomogranato makos
jellies and syrups of superior quality,
and its rind yiolds a largo amount of
tauuiu. Sho thought this fruit, if
gonorally cultivatou, would provo a
groat souroo of wealth to tho state.
A dozen yoars ago thoro was a
slender, graceful f tudent at Queou's
Collogo, iu Loudon. "Whon anyone
asked tho clover young womau what
she intouded to do with all tho claa-
Bic.8, ,a,ul ,u.einil"i.?. ..8',e"t
XdreuUmsia7ticall7rI futmid to
become the finest mathematician iu
Great Uritaiu." "Ah, but you will
marry somo day," hor friouds would ,
arguo, "and thon what's to bocomo j
of your Greek roots and pons asino-
rums? Thoy will do you uo eood iu
discharging tho cook and ounug the
croup." "But I shall nover marry,"
replied this studious English mai
den. "1 shall tako tho senior wran
gleship instead of the marriago vow,
and a professor's chair instead of a
lini.Di.lrti.iin.'ii iilinLilnllin '' n .. 1 linn
llUU3CiYUUUI O UUUIUIHIUV. RUU UUI
learned instructors would uod thoir ;
heads iu approval aud say: "Ah, but I
wuat a brain for mathematics sue
has." This Maud Holt, lady and
scholar, is uow in Chicago, Sho is
Mrs. Herbert J3eorhohm Tree, wife
of tho distinguished English actor
aud manager of tho llaymarket
Theater, Loudon, aud ocuupios tho
position of loadiug lady iu his company.
- A.l . "
lltaa Kattc JlonctigratU
Worst Caso tho
tors Ever Saw
Hood's Sarsaparilla Porfoctly Cured
MC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mais.t
"Dear Blrst-I vrlili to testify to the peat
Talus otllood's Sarsaparilla. For torn Umo I
had been troubled with scrofula, which carl
last winter assumed a very bad form.
Sores Appearod on My Faco
and hands and gradually Increased In number
until they reached to my shoulder. The .doctors
inin il wza I 1IIII UIMIL (J II 911 US ILI UIUU UlL E I L
n,50 wcnt g0 fa , t ,, ,
curable. 1 tried ointments ami other remedies i
but to no aval). A friend recommcodod llood'l .
Earsaparllla, and although I was completely dl j
eouraecd. as n last chance I resolved to clve It i
trial. AltcrUklriBonobottle I noticed tliosores
had commenced to hcaL After the sixth bottll
Thoy Woro All Healod.
I continued to tako It, however, until I had use!
nine- bottles, and now I am perfectly well."
,Misa Katie Hose.noiust, Ulster, l'enn.
Hood's Pills aro prompt and efficient, jel
asy la action. Bold by all druggists. So.
Hobron Drug Co., L'dM
Sole Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
LOOK BKFOiiE YOU
LfcjA.P. Wlllll yOU ?0 OUt
l . .. ..:.1.... . l.:.,l. e
ifhoppina:, consider: tlrnk of
the money in yourpockut, and!
.. vj . j i j
llCCOUnt Ot Hie many
fctort'B whoSU various attrac- ,
tion arc laid before you. j
TlllTO U X, With tempta-l
. ., ' ,. , .
tions in the form ot n pretty
show ; there 18 Y, wllOSC Wiles (
,.w. I,,,,,, .,,1i...Kl, . .nifl V. wlm
w --7 7
says lie is the man for your
And remember your pocket
STOP AND TIirUK!
"Would it not bo well to go
where for forty years
HONK&T GOODS and
HONEST PRICWS go hand
in hand. Beauty and dura
bility, instead of mere show
and display, from th virtue
of goods handled by us.
To sqll at n Small Profit in
every Department is the fun-
-- r tr -- TT.in
, dameiUal law of OUlt llOUSC J
. to caiU'V the best and HCWtSt
, goods tho marhets of tho
I world afford is our constant
the many now
things found on our counters
th!s weclc. we wish to call
your especial attention to what
U generally known as TABLE
FWLT, TABLE FELT,
TABLE PELT, though )t is
continually used for fancy
work. We havo an extra fine
! lino of this cloth in all colors.
To look at it is to buy it,
soft us velvet, just tho thing
for Capes or Children's Jack
ets. "We havo it in blue, pink,
and cream. You will want it
in all these colors after once
looking at it.
B. P. EIILERS & CO.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices iu
spout tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 1. Masonic Temple; thero you
will find tho largest varioty iu Ho
nolulu at tho lowest pricos; clocks
aud watches sold on wookly and
monthly paymouts. Brown & Kuboy
uiako a specialty of rubbor stamps.
I cWV&ax. ir ...u
I ;issS. '8mz'
Wiiehkas, by a Proclamation mado
January 7, 18(jr, the right of tho
Writ of Habeas Corpu was sus
pended and Martial Ltw was de
clared to exist throughout tho Ulaud
1 of Oahu.
It is now further ordered that tho
right of the Writ of Habeas Corpus
is hereby restored, and that Martial
I Law is hereby terminated iu tho said
Island of Oahu on and after the 18th
day of March, 181).").
I SAXFOltD B. DOLE.
President of the Republic of Ha
waii aud Commander-in-Chiof.
By tho President:
FKAXC1S M. HATCH,
Minister of Foreigu Affairs.
General Headquarters, RErunuc
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H.
March 18, 1893.
GENERAL ORDER No. 23.
Tbe Coma iindcr-ln-Chlcf, on behalf of
the Government, desires to express his ap
preciation of the meritorious services of
tho ofllccrs and men of the National
Guard of Hawaii, tho regular police, the
special pallee, tho Citizens' Qunrd, and
nthitr ratiilarorl In tlia flnlil flfiil nil fttinril
In Honolulu Incident to the work of sup-
pres'lng the late formidable Insurrection
agaiii'nuonuiiioruy anu exisicncB 01 me
. , . . , .
Tj col.rnce nn.t ohcurful readiness lo
ncur any danKcr. exnosuru and hardship
shown by every braneh of the National
torce ha bee" bB3ro"d ,,ralte'
Evii-y cloi and romlltlon of s-oclety has
been honorably represented amoiiK tlio dc-
foIldcrs of tho JIciiUi,.ic. aWo HBwni.
lnt and HannlUui of foreign descent,
Amerltnns, KnulMimen. Germans an!
Pnrtugurse aud others liavo fought side
by utile In the field and stood guard to
gether undtr circumstances which have
demanded heroism, and fortitude aud tho
quality ot stlf-Eiicrlfliv. l.nborlng-incn,
mechanics, olvrks, bnslness and piofcs-
slonal men havo lecn comrades on ritual
No net of cruelty to the enemy or coward
Ice has been recorded.
The dovorunient is to bo congratulated
upon tlio harmony whlnh has prevailed
among all branches of its forces, which
Iiom been a paramount olement of Its mili
Tho work of the Military Commission
has bi en Important aud arduous, and has
been conducted in a spirit of d votlou to
duty, of fairntss'and firmness, which has
won general respect and confidence.
Tho opening of hostilities found tbe
commissariat unprepared for tbo largo de
mands upon It caused by tho sudden call
ing out of a largo armed force. In this
emergency a number of patriotic women
camo to the assistance of the Government
and by generous rantrilmtlons of food to
the men In the field and on guard in Hono
lulu added greatly to tho comfort and
efficiency of the national forces. Tor this
Important service tho Commander-in-Chief
desires to oxprcss the thanks of tho Gov
ernment. While utsualtles among the defenders
of tho Government havo fortunately been
few, the country has been called upon to
mourn the untimely death of the Hon.
Charles L. Carter, who, bravely exposing
himself at the beginning of hostilities, was
fatally wounded, whereby a life full of
promise In public n Hairs was lost to the
country. Special recognition Is also due
to I.Iout. lloll, Thornton and 1).V. Lokana
of tho police force, and Herman K. Lude
wig, Lieutenant of Co. 1", N. G, II., who
were severely wounded vlfllo heroically
contending with the armed enemies of the
Government and will carry honorable
scars to tlio end of their lives.
ily order of tho Comuiaiider-In-Chlcf,
JNO. H. SOl'KIt,
Aiijutaut-Goccral, N. 0. 11.
Thi Publlo SchooU will closo on FKI
DAY, April I2th, for tho Easter Vacation,
and reopen on MONDAY, April 22d.
lly order of the Hoard ot Education.
J. F. SCOTT,
Honolulu, March 16, lb!U.
120 3t-12 It
Holders of water prlvllego", or thos
paying water rates, nro hereby notified
that the hours for lrrlnt!on purposes are
from 7 tortoMoclc a. m. ntidO to no clock
r. M. ANDREW llltuWN,
SiipcrlntenlHit of Water Works.
J. A. Ki.no,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Hmiohilu, March 12, 1-0.. 2Mf
Four grunt requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
he found in all the Suits
made by Johnston Ss Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently tho best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Street
Several Cottages at Moderate Rentals.
FOR SaLE 0.1 EAST TERM.
llouso Lots, IK miles from 1'ost Olllco, on
and near King Street, ft frw steps
beyond the Kamehimeha
Tflk- This oilers a good cbanco to sf cure
Homesteads t molerato prices. With an
nexation assured In tho near future, n
He mo lit po near tho business renter
forms ono of the most desirable Invest
ments for a f mall sum ot money.
tt- Corporations or anyone dcslilug
to Invest In Largo Tract of Suburban
Land can be accommodated at reasonable
flgnres with Trac's of from 5, 10 to 00
. Land on tho other I Omuls, in
Tracts suitablo for a Dairy, Hor ltanch or
Cotlce and Sisal Plantation tor sale or
louse. Kmiulro ot
12H2-3IU E. M. NAKUINA.
"SAVE MONEY "
C. 3K,. COXjX.IiTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Daehes, Storm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship of the Dest.
I usn First-class Material of ray own Im
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Streot near Maunakea.
P. O. Uox 400.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sts.
Every Btiamer from
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Salmon, Poultry, Etc., Etc,
M. T. DONNELL,
New Patented Pol Strainer
All Orders or Communications
addressed to E. O. Hall & Son, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will receive prompt attention.
A. IPamily Hotel.
Per Day 2
Per Week ?12
8I-ECIAI. MONTHLY RITE.
Tho Best of Attendance, the Deft Situation
and the Finest Meals In the City.
REST0RE0 TO HEALTH
11V TIIK t'HK (IP
Mrs. M. A. CiiminltiR, of Vnrravllln,
Vlcliirl.i, Australia, snjul
"About a jenrriK". I had a severe attack
of Influenza, which left me cry weak, with
nut energy, appetite, or Interest In life. Oli
talnlns llUle or no relief from doctors, or
from tlio many remedies reeoiniiiciided tome,
I flnnlly tried Ajcr'.i Hariniurllta.nnd from
that time, I began to gain health aud strength.
I continued the treatment until fully recov
ered, and now havo very great pleasure In
telling my friends of the merits of Ayer's Hap
saparllla, and tho happy results of Its use. 1
consider it tho best blood-purlncr known."
Has curod othora, will euro you.
Mailu T Dr. J. C. Ajit X Co., Lowell, Mul.,U.S-A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Aper-ts for the Kepabllo of Hawaii.
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
iCW CALL UN', OH ADMtKSS,
JOHN iM. CHASE,
Olllco, livi Fort Strco. Telephone 181.
W. W. AUANA,
323 XTvivuuivL Otxaat.
BnilsH, Scotcn and American Goods.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
Cleaning & Repairing
Mutual Tela. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
HOP HING & CO.,
402 HOTEL 8TKEET
larnn uoDnn a umu
Wholesale Dealers In
Liwors anil Hla Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Not Oils, Rice, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Etc,
English and American Groceries
Oy Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
Regan Vapor & Paciflo Gas
gines il Launches
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be Hiirrassed for motive
tBT-BKUl) FOlt OATfLOGUK-W
1033-tf Sole Agent! Nuuana street.
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