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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDA.Y, SEPTEMBER 3. 1895.
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Cor. Fort and Queen St'cets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
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AND ALL KINDS 07 BuiLDINO
Fort Stroot, Honolulu.
Manufactoiuno Jeweler and Watch-
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attontion paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Suoar Mills, BoiLsns,
Coolers, Iron, Bras3 and Lead
' " Machinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
120, Nuuanu Ave., noxt to
tho "Whito Houso".
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No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Eeal
Eatato and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumbor and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoon Street, Honolulu.
D. J. CASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a dpooialty. Over Cali
fornia Foed Company's store.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
818 Fort St. - Telephone. 91.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Ntiunnu Htrecta, Honolulu
f Y Cholco Liquors and Fino Boor.
CITY DRAYAQE Co.
W. F, SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining II. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. Goneral Cart
ing and Drayago Business dono.
RESTORED TO HEALTH
BY THE USE Of
Mr. M. A. Cummin, of YarrovlUe,
Vlctorln, Australia, eyI
"About a year ago, I had a sovcro attack
of Influenza, which left mo very weak, with
out energy, appetite, or Interest In life. Ob
taining little or no relict from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recommended to me,
I finally tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and from
that time, I began to gain health and strength.
m Jj n
tT i tat n Sl T"MrTr"y
I continued tho treatment until fully recoy
ercd, and now have very great pleasure tn
telling my friends of the merits of Ayer's Sap
aparllla, and tho happy results of Its uso. 1
consider It tho best blood-purlflcr known."
Hna curod others, will euro you.
Vide by Dr. J. C. A yer Co., Lowell,Mn.,U.8 JU
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Ropublio of Hawaii.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does all kinds of "Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
He has on hand a largo supply of
Obineso Granite Garb and always keeps"
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowea prices assured. Tele
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Praotioal Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Stroot.
P. O. JONKS.
E. A. JONES.
HAVE FOR SALE
A Fow Shares of
Pnln Sugar Stock,
Huwniitui Sugar Go. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortgage Sutur Planta
1ST For purtioulars apply to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
40? Fort Street ... Ilouolalu
GOO Dozen Socks, just received
at Tracy's. $1.50 to $2.40 per
L. B.Kerr will roceivo by the
Australia a now lino of Scotch
ginghams, whito and oroam
oropons and whito cotton duck
for ladies' and children's dresses.
City Carriago Co., J. S. And
rado, manager. It you want a
hack with good horse and care
ful drivor ring up Telophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Hack at all hours.
1 have just opened at my store,
Waring Block, what is probably
tho most completo lino of light
flannel ovorshirts ovor offered in
Honolulu. Prices range from 50
contst.oiji2.00. L. D. Timmons.
From IT, S. Journal yf itidteint.)
Prof. W.n.Peeke.whomiikcsa specialty of Epilepsy,
ha without doubt treated and curid mora case Uian
any living Physician ; li U success Id satonlehlng. Wo
sends with a large bottle of his absolute cure, fri e to
any saHererwhomayscndlhelrP.O.andExpress ad
dress. We advlsa anyano vrUhlng a cure to aJdn ,
Prof. W. H. I'EKKK, V. D i Cedar St., New York.
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Cleveland i'b said to be looking
for a third term. ,
Boston is in possession of the
Knights Tomplar Conolavo.
David Dervey, one of Chicago's
leading bankers, i striously ill.
FSOnly ono moro juror is wantod
for the Durrant trial in San Fran
cisco. Chicago's now library will rep
resent an oxpondituro of nearly
two million dollars.
Librarian S - fiord paid $22,400
to cover his shortage, and ho will
fight his pros cut ion.
The Federal Government will
not hood Wyoming's law in at
tending to the rights of the In
dians. Civil service reform ia in force
in Chicago. Tho patronngi t-ys-tem
of bostowing offices is
Thero is a convention at Detroit
to promoto uniform legislation on
lubor and othor matters in tho
The Valkyrie III has her rao
ing spars set. She shows tho
highest type of a racing yacht
evor sent to tho United states.
Tbo projected bull-fight at Gil
lott, Colorado, was a flat failure.
Not moro than 200 people went
to boo it'and nothing was dono.
The statement of tho condition
of the Treasury on Aug. 26 shows:
Availablo cash balnnco, $182,203,
285; gold reserve, $100,039,370.
Tho Morgans of Now Yojks and.
London propose a Bonorao oi re
organizing tbo Erio railway sys
tem, which is well roooived in
both countries. 3 '''.. .s.;'-
I5A mob of between 200 and 300
men at Yreka, Cal., took four
men charged with murder out of
jail and banged thorn to a rail
placed in the forks of two locust
At Springfield, Kentucky, a
mob of a dozon mon took Harri
son Lewis, a negro who murdorcd
Joo Brooks, from jail and hanged
him to a treo in tho courthnuso
Ono hundred and sixty-six case
of small-pox and forty-five deaths
have ooourrod up to date among
tho nogro colonists quarantined
at Camp Jonner, near Eaglo Pass
Texas. Thoro aro 350 negroes in
Three hundred out of 1000 poo
plo woro taken seriously ill at a
German Lutheran mission picnic
at Tracy, Indiana. It is though
sotr.o miscreant poisoned the potat
toos or drinkiug water. Nouo
Loading English papors sup
port the United States claim
against Franco for the treatment
of ox-Consul Waller in Madagas
car. Oharlos T. Lyons of Brook
lyn has preferred chaigos against
TJ. S. Consul Wetter of Madagas
car for indiiferenco to tho wrongs
Tho London Times thinks tho
Morgans' syndicato will let the
market tako its own course with
out fearing lest the troasury re
serve will fall bolow tho hundred
million mark. Tho Bank of Eng
land raised tho prico of the Ameri
can oaglos upon discovering that
tho coins were being molted at a
profit and sent in tho form of
Tho will of tho late Justice
Holt, who was Judgo-Advocato-Gonoral
of tho United States
Army during tho War, was lilod
at Washington on Aug. 20. Tho
instrument was witnessed twenty
yoars ago by Generals Grant and
Shorman and Mrs. Sherman.
Tho estate, valued at between
$200,000 and 300,000, is left to
Lizzie fiayres, a nroo, and John
Throckmi rton, a grandohlld.
Dr. Schnurdrehor of Prncuo,
and two Italian guides, whilo as-
contling Mount Blanc, were killeu
by falling ovor a prooipice.
President Fauro of Franco re
ceived tho United States Counsl
at Havre and Admiral Kirklund
and officers of tho San Francisco.
Emperor William, on boing
shown a statement by General
Munior of Franco, accusing Gor
man officials of thefts in tho last
war, said Munier was a cowardly
At tho inquest on tho romalns
of Gertrude Mayston, who wan
murdered by her husband in Lon
don, the evidence showed she
played in the Gnioty Company in
the UnitodjStates in 1894 undor
tho stago name of Gertio Miller.
Sho was tho daughter of a naval
captain and marr ed a cab driver.
Reinforcements of troops for
Cuba embarked August 20 at
It is said oight or ton persons
claiming to be Americans are un
dor arrest in C I a.
Insurgont oiiefs in Puerto Prin-
cipo are trying to organize a revo
Tho Cubans aro reported to bo
making good progress with thoir
revolt. Generl Campos, tho
Spanish Captain Genral,threatens
to retire from tho fiold.
Count Mutsnjat i , Japunoso Min
ister of Finance, has res'guftl.
Asiatic cholera exists at Turno
pol, Galioia, thirty deaths being
Tho French captured Aubriba
in Madagascar after a poor de
fense by the Hovas.
Four men nbarped with mur
dering missionaries at Kuchang,
China, havo been beheaded.
Japan will build two naval forts
in tbo Looohoo Islands. Tho Mi
kado will send a squadron of his
best warships on a cruising expe
dition to Europe and America.
Tho U. S. ships Concord and
Yorktown nro on their way to tho
neighborhood of tho outrage b in
China. When tho Olympia hrrivos
at tho China station sho will bo
Tho forty-foot sloop Pray, Capt.
Joshua Slocum, which arrived at
Gibraltar on Aug. 5 from Glou
cester, Mass., after a passago of
80 days, sailed on tho 26th for
Yokohama via the Capo of Good
Hopo, with Capt. Slocum tho only
person on board.
THE POIilCE COUIIT.
Record ofCaios Ilcfore Judge I'crrjr
Sin Long and Ah Cheong woro
finod $10 each for gambling.
Julius plead d guilty of assault
and battory. Son'enci BUBpondtd.
Chan Loo'c I'o plo ido 1 gu lty of
having opium in possesion. Fins,
$50 and costs.
Ah Ko pleaded not guilty of
feloniously stealing, taking and
carrying away ono chicken valued
at $1. Trial set for tomorrow.
H. Mooro. chargod with em
bezzling $57 from Lovi Mookiui,
is on trial. Antono Rosa agist
ing proBooution and S. K. Kano
In the civil department of this
Court J. N. Wright has obtainotl
judgmont ngiinst W. Prestidgo
for .1-27.65; Ah Chow against W.
II. Thornton for $17.82; J. A.
Kahlberg against Oharlos Lam
bort for $28.90 and Jaok Lung
against Josoph Nawahi for
AfcJu.htiB.,iM'iMtfw ... uJjteuJli'Miwt-t-rfkihtfc ' i& ifitiM-'
STILL CLAIMS VICTIMS.
SEVEN NEW CAKES AXD PlVV
DEATHS BINCE YEHTEKDAY.
Vlv Pallenta Allvo In Iloapltal
Nome Redeeming Feature In the
Hltuntloii At Lunnlllo Home.
ThiB raor ting's bulletin of tho
Board of Health, rocording the
situation up t G a. m., looked en
couraging, at it noted but ono
now case and one death einco
yosterday. Uofore business hours
had far advanced, however, sinis
tor report woro circulated nbout
deadbmis having been found
boforo siiknosshad boen roported.
Those piovod truo in ono or two
cases, ono of thtm b-iing that ro
porttd boluw as noar tho Mormon
Sovon now casos and fire deaths,,
tho latter inclusive of ono dying
at 2 p. m. , were reported today.
l no uttttliB were as follows:
1. Napoleon Kalilikani, report
ed in yestorday'o issue us ill.
2. Kahakuila, ago 17, male,
taken sick between 8 and 12 yes
terday at Kawa, reported by Dr.
Wayson, died at 7 p. m.
3. Lono, ago 30, male, Punch-
bowl stroet,bolow Mormon ohuroh ,
died at 11 p. m., roported by Dr.
Smith, dead when discovered.
4. David Pan, ago 20, male,tak
on at Kalihi, roported by Dr.
Wayson, died at 7 p. m.
5. Inmato of Lunalilo Homo
not named, reported by Dr. Wood,
at 11:30 a. m. dying this after
The following aro now cases: 1,
Simeona; 2, Puku, ago 14, male,
from Kupunkolo, reported taken
sick at quarantine hospital by Dr.
Myers at 12:30 p. m. There woro
five patients alivo in tho hospital
at 2 p. m.
The Board of Health has issued
an order that saloons shall close
from 6 p m. to 6 a.m. This.
Presidont W. O. Smith said to
licensees, is to prevent tho gather
ing of crowds in those resorts,
and bocauso tho liourd is advised
by physicians that intoxicated
poreons aro moro susceptiblo to
infection than persons not in that
E. G. Hitchcoolc, ox-Marshal,
who is working in tho Board of
Health office, waB askod if thero
woro any encouraging foatures
in tho situation. Ho said
ho thought thoro woro. Ono was
that the disease had not touched
the Chinese and Japanese An
other was that nearly all tho
cases had boon traced to tho con
sumption of corrupt food or fisb
infected in tho Nuuanu stroam. 1
it was a regular siego of Asiatic
cholora thero would not bo these
Tli l'ollce Court.
Thore woro 46 casos on Judge.
Porry's calondar Monday morn
ing. Fourtoen drunks paid the
usutl fino and a uumbor of cases
woro set for futuro dates. Hunule-
Kukona pleaded guilty of distil
ling liquors and w.ts tciUouccd
to throo months' imprisonment
and a fino of $100.
Prof. A. IJ. Lyo s and fumily
left th;s aftornoon on the Martha
Thiriom arrests woro mado
thid morning: Fivo Chinese for
o, iuin in possession, throo for
non-paymout of taxes, ono Ha
waiian for drunkenness and ono
for assault and battery on Tim
Murray's cook, ono Chincso for
oHoring a $20 pioco to a police
officer as a biibo, threo Chinese
for violating tho Board tf Health,
rules and cno American for in