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LOCAL AUD OgNKKAL.
Hlntfl vb, Unknot ai DilJO p,
Mny Abbott nuln tonight nl
W. N, ArniHtroiiu returned
from Japnn by llio Itoigio.
Trod Out is nnu on duty in
tbo Tost Offlco.
Ilov. Konnotli Dunonn will
yiroacli nt l'oarl City tomorrow.
Two moro nnlivos woro lmulod
in this morning for soiling Bwipca.
Mrs Lumbort linB roturuccl from
Oakland to rcsido hero pormnn
ontly. A fino two-room cottngo with
bath for ront oheap at 29 Berota
COO Dozen SookB, just received
nt Tracy's. U.GO to $2.d0 por
Thomas W. Itawlius is back
from a visit of sovoral wooks to
Tho steamship Asloun did not
not lcavo Portland until 'Wednes
day, tho 7th.
Ed. A. 'Williams will havo
chargo of tho funoral of tho lato
W. W. Goodalo, a prominent
planter, roturned to tho islands
by tho Australia.
A French dinner -with Hawai
ian musio and a daiico at tho
Hotel this evening.
Tho Leilani boat club will give
a dunco at Independence park on
Tho famous E. & W. (Earl &
"Wilson) Collars und Cuffs in lat
OBt shapes at Tracy's.
Principal Porry of tho Hilo in
dustrial and boarding sohool ro--turned
by the Australia.
Tho now "Soioutifio Suspend
ors,'1 to wear them is to liko them.
Got a pair from Molnerny.
Tho many friends of Mr. and
Mrs, Frank Hustaco wolcomo
thorn homo from the Coast.
Act No. 10, tho main appropria
tion bill of this sossion, appears
-officially on tho third pago.
J. A. Konnody of the Honolulu
Iron Works returned by yester
day's steamer from tho Coast.
Robort Lowers and daughter,
Miss H. L. Lowers, returned to
their island homo by tho Austra
lia. Major Potter will heroaftor
play tennis with the Paoifio club
of which he is a newly olooted
Company 7 of the Citizen's
Guard will shoot at Maunalua
butts tomorrow, oven if tho band
P. G. Camnrinos, one of the
political oxilos, in buck again to
Hawaii noi and hiB California
Chester Doyle will surpass
himsolf in a new topical song at
the Cricket Club's smokor tho
evening of tho 20th.
Tho passongers from tho Coast
by tho GityofPoking for this port
woro F. A. Schaefer, wifo and
daughter, Mrs. F. A. Bacon and
Commisioner Alnrsdon has re
ceived a new consignment of buga
and toads from Japan. Prof.
Koobole will visit Coohin China
in his researches for moro pre--daoeous
Captain W. D. Godfrey, presi
dent of tho Inter-Island Stoam
Navigation Co., and Captain
Campbell, superintendent of tho
tsamo corporation, roturned by
tho . Australia from tho Coast,
whore they woro on important
buninoBB for tho compuny.
Captain C. J. Campboll, port
nuperintondout of the Intor-island
Steam Navigation Company, ro
turned homo by the Australia
muoh benefited from a hoalth
trip to tho Coast. Tho Captain
bad fomo rare sport, among his
exploits being tho capturo of a 12
pound trout in Lako Tuhco.
DR MOTT - SMITH DEAD
I' l! II 1, 10 JUA.VM C'AltlXH.
llr I'miar Atvny Till .trnrnlnif'M it
In Tlirrit llimnllnn PlhiMrlt
Hint llrlil tltc IVnotiliiu
Aftor a prolraotod illnoBS Dr.
John Molt -tttnitli diod nt four
o'clock thin morning. His doalh
had boon oxpoclod eovornl weeks
ago, but ho rallied and lingorcd
on until tho tlmo stated. Ho was
sovonty years of ago on Novombor
18 last. H is last illnos was a
complication of mnlndios, con
joined with tho infirmities of ago,
and his sufferings nt timos woro
oxtrome. For tlireo dayH heforo
his death ho was, for tho most
Dr. J. Mott Smith was a native
of Now York City. Ho was woll
educated in tho sohools of that
metropolis and lenrnod the pro
fession of a dontist, which ho
practisod for throe years in Al
bany, the Stato capital. Howas
among tho first in tho groat migra
tion from the Eastern Stutes to
California in 1849, when tho news
of the great gold discoveries caus
ed ono of tho groatest stirs of tho
century. For two years ho sharod
the vicissitudes of tho Calitornia
pionoers, and in 1851 came to Ho
nolulu und entered the praetico of
his profession bero. Ho succeeded
well not only in that but in esta
blishing a Btanding in tho com
munity us n mmi of valuab'o
attainments, capable of taking a
share in public affairs and assist
ing to promote tho useful institu
tions of omlizition. Tho rulorsof
tho country wtiro not long in dis
covering his worth, with tho re
Bult that, for tho past twonty eight
?ears, few residents of these is
ands have been so many years as
hobos boon in the sorvico of tho
Ho was appointed director of
tho Government press in 18G7,
and tho following year was sent to
Washington as Charge d' Afinires,
where he performed valuable
servico in advocating tho recipro
city treaty Returning home in
1809 he was appointed Minister of
Finance by Kamehumchn V.,
holding that ofiioofortho remain
ing two or three yours of that
king's roign. King Lunalilo ap
pointed Dr. Mott Smith prosidont
oi ill aboard of Education in 1873,
and King Kalakuua on his acces
sion reappointed him aBamomber
of the sumo body. He was about
the sjmo tiuio mado a membor of
tho Hnuso of Noblos, whioh was a
life position until that body wns
changed to an elective one by tho
constitution of 1887. Dr. Mott
Smith was also a membor of tho
Privy Council of Sttitd. Ho was
cullod to tho Cabinet a second
time by King Kulakaua in 187G ,
holding the office of Minister of
tho Interior for three years.
From 1882 to 1891 Dr.Mott
Smith at intervals assisted the
Into Minietor Carter at Wash
ington aB Charged' Affaires. Ho
was in hia place in tho Legislature
of 1884, going back to the United
Statos tho following year, whon ho
had ohargo of the Hawaiian exhi
bit at tho New Orloans Exposition.
In 1891 tho lamonted gentle
man was appointed by Queon
Liliuokalani to bo Minister of
Finance, tho third time be occupi
ed a position in tho Cabinet of this
couutry. Upon resicninc that
office ho wbb appointed Minister to
?i uBuiugtuu, miming mo commis
eion until he was recnllodby the
ii , il.ityiS fr TT fffiftli JT r7i
HVIININfl HUtiMVrm. AUGUST 10,
PiovUloiml uovorninonl In 181)1).
Hn thou oxchnngt'ri liU In mo in
Boston fur hiB homo in Honolulu
and for nomot into WHO ouoaioiintiv
to Ito inrt about tmvn, exchanging
greoUngHwlth hlnold frenili with
tho cordiality and urbanity that
hud iilwnyrt boon ntnoiig IiIh din
tliiguinhiiig traits. For nevoril
mouths past, hmvevor, ho had been
missed from tho street, and it
beenmo known with general rogret
thnt his health wnn falling.
Tho Into I)r Mott Smith in 1859
mnrriud MiBH Ellen DoniiniH l'aty,
a daughter of tho lato Collector
Go no nil L'aty and cousin of Mr,
John it. l'aty. Thrcu sons and
four duughtors worn born to the
couplo, nil having Honolulu for
tlioir birthplaco but recoiviug
their higher education in tho
colleges and seminaries of Now
England. A son and ndaughtor
ornved by tho Australia yestor
dy, just in timo to bo w'th thoir
fathor in tho last night of his lifo.
Tho daughtor is Mrs. It. M. Lovott,
whoso husband is a professor in
tho University of Chicago.
Besldoshis notivityin tho pub
lio servico, tho lamented doc
tor had a largo share in develop
ing tho resources of hio adopted
oountry. For about thirty yoars
ho had boon interested in sugar
planting on those islands, owning
stook. in tho Kohnln, Kukuihaolo,
Wailuku and Matcawoli planta
tions. During his ropidenc; in
Boston ho ongaged in somo manu
facturing and commercial ontor
prisos. Funeral Borvices will bo hold at
tho Anglican Cathedral ut 2:30
Soda Wator with pure fruit
syrups drawn lrom an Ico Cold
fountain at tho Palato Candy
and confectionery storo on Hotol
nave received their regular consignment of
gtPlaco your orders early:
LEWIS & CO.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Y." M. C. 1 ML
Direction of Frank K, Hook.
Next :- Tuesday :- Night,
Allsutt 1 3 th.
. the :
-( WILL OIVE A )-
asuisted by local talent.
Full program will be announced in
Resorvcd seats will bo on tmlo at
Hebron's Drua Store on Saturdav morn.
J lug. CO-Ot
Ufa i -hmJ? JftlltT. falM&tf&mttexwit ..4
TVO-w tti I'rojjjroHN nt
N. S. SAOHS,
W0 l'ort Bticct,
ltcmnnut ot Milk. Wool . I .
Drum Gooorts, Wimu Mnt- . .
crlnU, White Uooili, . . . .
All remunuts umrkod with number of
Our cnliro stook of fino Mlllinory at crofttly
med tints at
To remind you that wo have a Sewing Machine In which we placo no much confidence
that we will send It to jou on trial free for a week and it not satisfactory you maj return It
at our expense.
We make this offer because we know onr goods.
Our Machine costs a trlllo moro wholesale and sells torn trlllo more retail than any other
Mnchlno In tho world, hut It is worth It. Listen: It makes llo stltcho to tho revolution
while others make but three and ono half. In other wordsjou do what U tlireo days' works
on tho old style In two days with tho "itandanF', If jou are tired or busy that Is worth
whllo. Paste this In your bonnet.
The "btamlard" hat both chain and lock ililch.
Tho "Stundard" gives a written guaranteo for live years. It does every thins that can
be dono on a Sewing Machine, what more do jou want f
Sold on tho Installment plan at Eastern prices, f 10 discount for cash. For rent by
week or month.
O. V. STURDEVANT,
Tol.994, Waring Blook, P. O.
Intelligent people, who realizo tho im
portant p;rt the blood holdi in keeping
the body in a normal condition, find noth
ing strange in the number of diseases
Hood's Sarsanarilla is ablo to enro. So many
troubles result from impuro blood, tho best
way to troat them is through tho blood,
Hood's Sarsaparilla vitalizes the blood.
Hood's Pills nro the best after dinnor
pills, assist digestion, prevent constipation.
N. 3T. BURGESS
IS NOW TREr-AHED TO
Repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Wa
ter Taps, Etc., Etc.
Snw Filing mid all kinds of Tools Shnrp
onod, including Garvin g Knives and Scis
sors. Lnwn Mowors n spooinlty. Also,
SottinK Glass in fact nil kinds of Job
bing. Work called for and returned.
Ring up Telephone 852. 1-tf
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sucuit Millh, Boilp.hs,
OoOIiEHS, IlION, UltAHS AND LlKAD
Mnchiuery of Kvory Description Mado
to Ordor. Particular attention paid to
Job Work ex-
eoutod nt Short Notice
C. B. DWIGHT,
Docs all kinds ot Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand a largo nupply of
Ohineso Gnuiito Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian OurhinR Stono. Lstimutps
givon and lewoa1 prices assured. Tele
At WAIKIK1 on car lino and onPA.
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirablo Aero Tracts near tho city and
other Properties for sale.
BKUCE, WARING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
1-tf 503 Fort Street, near King.
TciiErnoNE C07. P. O. Box 821.
Ilonoliila, II. I,
White ami llrowii Collons,
HheetlntfH, T.llo Lltion, nn1
other oihln und cud. . . .
yard and prlca in plain figures,
One M Only.
reduced prices. Ladies and Children's trim-
a big Biicrificc. C2-tf
Box, 462. Cor Fort and I?or. Ste.l "'
Y. M. C. A.. Hall.
AWN I EJV1 AY ABBOTT
Tho Little KlectrloSUirniit.
The Greatest Ihe-
nomepon Smce tne
Inexplicable Mystery. Food
SATURDAY, AUG. 10, 1805,
At 8 o'clook l. M.
phynicnl strength ana baillos tho scientific
Admission CO conta; no extra charge for
reserved seats at L. J. Lovoy'fl. 67-tf
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th,
AT 3:30 1. M.
DNKNOWN vs. STAR,
Admission 25 Cts.