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(par- The Coltetlou of Qorernment Bills
Mr. Oco. W. Bnrtner, Kecilrtown, Vo.,
writes, as follow! I
" Phnrtlr alter Imthik collece. I trrnbled
wltbatkln dl.rasa wlilch tlioweU lutlt, Dtit.at
the inkle., rhyttcinua prutiounced It eczema,
and treated mo tor tlixt complatnt. The erup
tion crept (lowly up my limb, and on tlie tiody.
until It enve1ored ttie wliulc fraiue. It gave um
lnQulte troublu with comtant Iteliln;. c.itliift off
ot dry (calei,aud a watery liquid which would
exvdo from nndcr the scale. I treated It for
oyer three yean nniucceMfutly, and wai nnablo
to check It, until I bepin uilna Ayer's Bartapa
rllla. I uied three bottle of tbU medicine and
was completely cured my akin becomlos as
smooth and clear before'
Has Cured Others, Will CUro You
Made by Dr. J. 0. Ayer 4. Co., Lowell,Mats.,U.S.A.
Is always admired. Slovenli
ness in that respect robs tlio
richest costuming of its com
Woman's lovo and admira
tion for the beautiful in gloves
is proverbial; it is an index of
refinement and taste.
That wo show wero particular
ly chosen for this season, and
included tho celebrated
Which are admired by all 'and
within tho reach of all. Then
That only need mentioning to
create a desire for them. There
is nothing so fascinating as a
pretty hand and nothing that
makes a hand look prettier
than a pair of our gloves.
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LiuuIk His Bntttiliuu This Murn
iiif: for Shore Drill.
A battalion, consisting of ma
rines and sailors from the Philadel
phia, waB landed this morning and
went out to Makiki for the UBual
drill. Hereafter, these will occur
only monthly owing "to tho wnrm
weather. The men arc anxious to
have moonlight drills but this does
not meet with tho approval of the
officers presumably for the reason
that it might interfere with social
vABuli.etin reporter was on hand
ns usual when the battalion em
barked after drill this morning and
noticed the celerity with which it
was done. Within one minute after
the orders wero given every man
was in his particular boat and in
his right place too, which means a
good deal. A few seconds after, the
small steam launch coupled on to
two of the boats containing Jabout
forty-five men each and started for
Half a minute afterwards the big
launch started to tow 1C0 more
men in three launches, but unfor
tunately the rear, boat could not
cross a wire rope attached from tho
Helen Brewer to the boat landing.
A crossing was effected, however,
at short notice. An order was given
forthwith for all the men in the
boat to go to tho bow, which thoy
did, with tho result that the boat
dipped and in eo doing jumped the
rope, and the launch and its tow
proceeded merrily on its way.
anHO SMI i i
Admirable "Work in L'nintliifjr,
Sculpture, iintl Curving by
Members of the Art Leujrue
First View To.uiglit.
The Kilohana Art League will
present a very elegant assortment
of paintings, carvings, etc., to pri
vate viow of the members this even
ing. Since tho leaguo was started
a year ago tho members have been
vying with each other in tho mat
ter of selection of subjects,technique
and general execution of their re
spective themes, and the result is
shown in this exhibition. That
the leaguo has done much toward
bringing out a considerable amount
of latent talent in the islands, tho
present exhibition will testify.
If there is any prido to bo felt by
the people hero in the work shown
by tho members a major part of
tho credit is duo D. Howard Hitch
cock for the interest ho has shown
in art matters and tho success
which has attended his efforts in
bringing to tho surface what might
have remained, for an indefinite
period, hidden under a bushel.
For this exhibition much atten
tion has been paid to tho arrange
ment of the decoration of tho hall
and studio but only to an extent
that it adds to, rather than de
tracts from, tho work exhibited.
While- tho walls of tho present
art association are not as attrac
tively fitted up as they will be
hereafter, a Bullktin reporter wan
dered around them this morning
and incidentally noted soveral
striking portraits in oil of various
people well known to Honolulu so
ciety. In addition thero aro a
number of still-lifo studies in oil,
representing Hawaiian scenes,
which aro more or less interesting,
and a number of plaster casts. The
rooms are nicely fitted up, and even
a stage has been added. To the
question of the roportcr as to what
the stage was needed for, a gentle
man connected with tho association
said: "Wo intend to give theatrical
and other performances at stated
intervals for the benefit of tho As
sociation, but please don't say any
thing abqut it at presont."
There aro some nico pictures on
the walls, but at tho personal re
quest of tho director, we refrain
from making mention of them.
Squadron Drills at Sea.
Tho smooth clean hulls oi the
new cruisers, their glistening steel
weapons, their speed and power,
the evidences of strength, both of
fensive and defensive, which they
display, their numerous mechani
cal and scientific appliances, all
mark them as fully abreast of the
development of this ago of steel,
and as worthy to maintain the
honor of tho flag under its new and
altered conditions. Once the Navy
of tho United States seems equal to
any demands that might be made
upon it, to be a suro reliance in
timo of national emergency, a de
fense in the event of national peril.
These ships weigh from -1000 to
10,000 tons each. They would be
moving at a speed of fifteen knots
or more. Their formation must
bo compact and regular, for at such
a speed a mere touch of one to an
other might be a disabling blow,
and if the squadron is scattered by
ships losing distance, an alert
enemy may find his opportunity.
Then Admiral's signals must bo
looked to. If the vessels change
direction they should change as
one. If the Admiral desires to
change his formation or his front
it must be done- without confusion.
A captain of a ship in a fleet action
has therefore a double duty first,
to employ his own weapons to the
best advantage and to endeavor to
avoid those of tho enemy; second,
to maneuver his ship with her con
sorts, obeying and supporting his
Admiral; and tho latter ho must
do amidst tho terrible din, confu
sion and destruction of the former.
Quick maneuvering must therefore
become to him a second nature
something to bo done almost un
consciously as a matter of habit,
and this habit can be acquired
only by long and constant prac
tice. - The highest school of naval
war in timo of peace, that work
which solves its problems, and is
tho best guaranteo of future suc
cess, is maneuvering vessels in
company with others in profes
sional language, fleet or squadrou
Proficiency in this art has always
accompanied naval supremacy. It
was so in tho galley period, and,
much later, during that long period
when vessels were propolled by
Bails alone. Tho victories of St.
Vincent and Nelson wero tho joint
product of their genius and of fleets
of unusual mobility and tactical
training. With modern vessels of
great speed and power, independent
of tho wind, and armed with wea
pons of variety and precision, this
kind of training and drill is still
more valuable is, in fact, essen
tial. Naval writers of all countries
dwoll upon its importance, and
continually urpo that increasing
attention bo given to it during
those- times of peace which afford
tho only real opportunity of prepar
ing for tho sharp and decisive wars
of modorn times. Harper's Weekly.