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IJUliliKTIN, AUOUBT 10, 1805.
Tho exhibition by IhuMuui
burs of tho Kifohiuin Art
League linn given dueomtivo
art ik it impetiM nuch an has not
boon Jolt fur yearn. Tho China
painting fail hna' reached ub
anil somo huudHoiuo npeoiinonH
woro hIhIwii in tho art rooms.
Tho inatorial for doing tho
work came from m and wo
now liavo in stock an elegant
nsaoi tinent of LntToix Tube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplors used in this class of
work. Our etuejc is eoinploto
with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
goods now. Prices about as
cheap as you over heard of.
TIig Pacific Hardware Co.
mum Aiiiiorro snow.
"Nil- limruU fl &"" Mtellllee Alt'
oilier t)rt iT llerTrlrlte.
Anotlior Inro nwombly Rrtluor
id In tho Y. M. 0. A. hnll lnnt
nihl to hod tlio foitB of MIbh
MIbh Aliliott opened tho onler
tninmont with a recitntiou iu
good elocution. Mr, Abbott re
pented bla Bjirroli of tho former
evening, rotating bow tbo mys
terious forco possosHod by Miss
Abbott rcn8 disooverod wlioa alio
was a little cliild, nud bow it lincl
puzzled iibysioiiiUB nnd phj'siolsts.
lie ndded eomo facotlous ro
lunrks about cxplnnutious local
Bccptics bud given of MIbs Ab
bott's pcrformnnco. Soiontifio
moa looked further, bowoTor.
but thoir tboorios woro of ton
dlumotrioidly opposed to enoh
otlior. As bo bad said tbo pro
vious niglit.Misa Abbott could not
roHist notiro forco, Bhewaanota
strong wotunn. Ho conoludcd by
calling n lint of nnraos of gnntlo
nien whom ho wished to Borvo on
tho committeo. Much mirth was
caused by bis failure to catch tbo
nnmos on bis list in all caBos
Tbero woro "Water-Bomotbing,"
"McOhiokeny,' Sorry-u'r," otc.
Tho following oommitloo
promptly ranged along tbo roar
of tho platform: Senator Lyman,
B. F. Dillinghnra, Tom May, Dr.
Coopor, JuBtioo Fronr, Attorney
Gonoral W. O Smith, 0. D. ChnBO,
Senator Watorhouso, L. 0. Ablos,
P. B. Oat, F. W. MoUboBnoy,
Senator "VY. Y. Homor and Judgo
At tho boginning of tho per
formance Dr. Coopor took Mi'bs
Abbott's tomperuturo as 99 8-5,aud
pulso 72. At the oloso the figuroa
woro 98 4-5 and 120.
Tho feats ossnyod by Miss Ab
bott woro the same ns'on the pre
vious evouiug, but she mudo a
few failures. The Attorney-General
overcame . bor "aioguot'o" re
sistance and shoved her half the
breadth of the stago. Senator
Horner lifted her wheu she did
not want to be lifted. She more
than once bud to readjust ber
purohaso when pitting ber skill
and strength against members of
A prominent momber of the
committeo laughed, after the
performance, at Mr. Abbott's
assertion that Miss Abbott
was not a strong woman. Ho said
eho was ' 'a trained atblote with
muscles like steel." Experiments
nvado by many people siuos the
show prove that there is neither
magnetism nor hypnotism requir
ed in the aot wheroin a child can
not be lifted by a strong mau. It
was dono by tho writor this morn
ing with us light a child as any on
the stage la6t night, and that
without ten seconds of coaching
either. He simply took hold of
the child's arms in tbo samo posi
tion as that of tbo obild who stood
in the aisle laet night, repeated
Miss Abbott's formula, "Keep
your feet down," and then exert
ed his strength till bis arms ached
without being able to rniso the
ohild from the iloor. Then upon
saying, "Now let me lift you,'' be
Hung the ohild up to bis shoul
doiB. As for the other feats of Miss
Abbott, they wero explained by a
writor iu the Scientific Amorican
Supplement and Nellio Bly in the
New York World. It would bo
tedious to go into tbo explanations
bore. Miss Abbott is oxtromoly
clever and for bor b'zo tremen
dously strong, but she is not a
"magnet" and does not devolnp
more than a high average of ani
The foregoing remarks are not
intondod to keep pooplo away from
tho third performance this
evening. They ought rather
to add zest to it. Tbo ad
mission being reduood to fifty
conts, tbero will probably be a
largo attendance. Miss Abbott
and ber manager will withal havo
tho tloor, giving them full oppor
tunity to refute the statements
City Carriago Co., J. S. And
rado, manager. If you want a
back with good horse and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 118,
corner of l'ort aud Merchant
streets. Hack at all hours.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
It Is the
FOB SALE I1Y THB
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Poplar lies of lie Day.
This filibustering business is
growing monotonous; tbo pcoplo
who aro engagod in manufactur
ing rumors should switch off and
do something olso or tho govorn
mont will lose confidonco in them.
Such reports do tbo country no
good and wo fail to boo wboro tbo
rumor makers are benefited Ha
waii does not soem to mind it
much for things aro as quiet and
Seaccful hero as in a woll con
Wo boliovo wo have quite tbo
best stock of leather in Honolulu
and it comprises besides solo
bather tho eolebrated Spoits light
and heavy hamoss leather, and
loathor for saddles. Tho best of
russott and rod calf skins.
Leather for carriago makers, calor
ed lining skins and soft dash
leather. All kinds of loathor ia
higher today than it was two
mouths ago; in somo instances it
hus advanced as much us ton por
cent, but as wo woro woll stooked
boforo tho rise wo can soil at tbo
same old prioo and perhaps a
little lower. Wo havo a vory com
plete stock of Shoo and Harness
tiudiugs and tools for all kinds of
loathor work the price of which
is entirely satisfactory to all of
Wo have tbo goods and tbo
prices will suit you.
E. O. Hall & Son.
Fort & Klne Streets.
Horizontal Slide Yalvo En
gine mado by Honolulu Iron
Works Co. iu 1885. Boro of
Cylinder 13": Lenth of Stroke
40": Crank Shaft ou loft of
Cylinder: Hand Reversing Goar.
Diamator of Fly-wheol 14ft.: Size
of Engino Bed 3 fost wide x 20ft.
For further particulars apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Miui U eeutiMy m vain aa woman,
but it l almost an inipusaibilitr to ct him
to admit it. Some tire jwticular about tho
shapoo( their hnta, others aro dalt ou shoes;
hot the !as.t mother's mid of them will insist
Fit vrhsu it comes to clothes.They go on
tho olc adage that "flue feather make fine
birds;" aud u far as tho artistic eye is con
cerned they aro about light and that U the
reason that moat meu drive their tailor al
most mad by insisting on a perfect
There are eeverftl kinds of, fita, however,
some are hereditary, eome are brought on
by heat, over-exertion, etc., but the tit that
is brought about by u is not affected by the
hat or cold, but is nevertheless heredi
tary with us.
JOHNSTON & STOREY.
44-td 413 Fort St.
H. HACKELD & CO.
linvo juel rooolvod a now Supply of the
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tbo following BmiuIh :
Also, Just to hand a largo consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
H. E. MoINTYRE & BUO.
Groceries, Provisions - and Feed.
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EOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOEMAEINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OP LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAW FRANCISCO.
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NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE INS. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 SPREOKELS BLOCK Honolulu, H. I.
P. O. Bo,480. POUND
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New &
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
Childrens Lace and
These Goods are newly imported and tho Prico is reasonable
M. S. LEVY,
t Fort Street.
To Whom it May Concern.
C. E. "Williams and son, Gil King St. near Fort, havo
no branch house and no connection whatovor wifrh any
other undertaking establishment or Furniture Store in
tho City. Embalming under tho porsonal supervision
of Mr. Ed. A. "Williams, a Graduate from tho Clark
School of Embalming of 1894.
Mr. Williams employs tho latest and best method
known to soienco, no mutilation of tho body and no par
tial Embalming, and remember that we havo but one
store and that is Located at 611 Kiny St., tho members
of the firm aro C. E. Williams, who established the
business in 1859, and Iub oldest son Ed. A. Williams
P. O. BOX 1M
WILLIAMS & SON.
: : : - 611 K, St.
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