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"With which, is Inccxrporated the "Independent,"
VOL. i. NO. 131.
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Mrs. ?I. A. Cummlnc. nt Ynrmvllln,
Victoria, Auttrulln, ny!
"About a jeamito. ( lisd ft wro iit'irk,
of Iiilluent.1, which left iwviv"'1' villi,
ii'itrnriiry, npiet.ti, .. .hi. i. tl !, .Hr. O.h
tsilnliiK llttlo or tin rell.t fioin durtoti, or
(nun tlio many reiuediei i ocoiiiiwncled to me,
I dually Irlcil Ayer's riara.ip'iillli.anrt from
lb;it time, I began to pilii health tuut slteogth.
p. -t - vinri
I continued the treatinpnt until fully reco.
red, ami now have viiy r.i".it plcanun1 In
ti'lllni-nyfrlcnioti,i i. r . ,; .-:-. "i.r
:ilarlll:l. ;i:ul tho iu.,T uTI ..nti-i I
consider It tho best l)lourt-ptfflllcr kiw . a."
Has cured othoro, will euro you.
JlaiH' y Dr. J. C. A Ji r i. ,., Low ll,.M,. .U.S.A.
HolUster Drug Co., Kd,
SoleAceuts for the Kinli'io of Hawaii.
TMMltW mi AOMUOTBIini
Imports of Champagaie In
to the United States,
rno.M .'an. 1st to ju.nk 1st, 18.15.
G II Mmm t Co.'a tstri
Pommory & Grono 11,7118
Moot & Chandon 9,(!uS
Hoidsieok it Co., (dry
Louis ltoedorer 3 438
Iluinart 3 130
Perrier Jouot d.Lob
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
Bouehb Sec 9""
St. Mnrco.iux 334
Krug& Co 0
flhas. Hoidsieck 3'),')
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
m4 ,-ssr- $
JVlacfarlane & Co.,
Bolo Agonts for G. IT. Al nram A Co.
for tho Hawaiian IslundB.
WHERE IS DR. RODGERS AT?
ai;i)itoii.ji:m:iiai, laws won't
PAY Ilia SAI.AIlY.
And I'rraldenl Mole Cnti"! l'liid Any
one to Nere on the I.nbor
Dr. Uodgcrs is wondoring where
ho is nt just nt presont und would
like President Dolo or aomeothor
good lawyer to toll him whothor
ho is Secrotnry of tho Labor Couo
miss'on or not, und whether
tlioro is svicli a uouy as
tl10 Labor Commission
The good doctor is nlso in a
iiilikia over his salary, which
Auditor Laws rospoctfully but
firmly declines to allow. Tho
Auditor-Gpnoral holde that the
now Labor Commission law en-
jnctort at tlio rocent spooinl session
of tho Legislature abrogates the
I old law nf tho Advisory Council
land thut ho cannot hiwfuPy utidit
any inns ciintructca suico. in
Dr. ltodgers' case ho holds
t'iftt tho doctor's position
. fi-.tocrclury of tho old CommiM-
aion ended with the paspigo of tlio
now act and consequently rofuses
10 anew nis eaiary oi .tiou par
month sinco that timo.
On the other hand Dr. Koders
mtiiut.iiiis that ho has received no
(liHmii.sil and no notice of tho
iibrofiititm of the old Commission,
and 'further that it was tho ii.
loution ol tho Legislature that thu
.Id Commission ohould holdoftico
until their snecossors wore up
pointed undortho now Act. dm
ki cpiently he claims that ho is
entitled to draw his Salary until
jsticli now Commission meets and
; ro-nppoints him to his position or
puts m a now secretary.
It is said that President
Dole has offered appointments on
.:ie L.ibor Commission t sovur.:
pKiipio who hnve all declined,
ostonsihlv booatiso there is noth
ing in the job hut skimmed milk,
Armctrong .t Co having taken off
HAieiioit i.Mf.jto'i:?ir r.
Economic and Nnnlliirr Plinnci ("
tlio Queittloii DUruKucd.
Eiiiicoit Bulletin: The calm
and pertinent lemnrks nf Mr.
Reynolds in regard to hurbor im
nrovomouts deserve consideration,
caning from ono matured in your.,
a large taxpayer, and with no uza
t grind. If all who so fur have
gone into the intricacies of what
seems a most intricate question
pisseHod the same qualifications,
a sound nnd workable conclusion
would oro this bo well undor way.
However much I may ndmiro t'.io
honesty with which Mr. Reynolds
has advanced on this problom,
laboring under tho impression
that what I lack in the aforesaid
nquisitios is compensated fur by
a littlo experience, from sonic- of
his deductions I beg to differ. Iu
regard to harbor improvements
hvo serious problems confront
the community and Government
health and finuucoH, in tho ordor
mimed. Leloo swamp must bo
tilled, tho harbor must bo dredg
ed, say all; but how? That is tho
question. Mr. Reynolds says tho
swamp in its present state is an
enemy to hoalth. Admitted.
How much raoro so will it bo by
having mud, slime nnd so wage
fertilizing it? In its presont
state it is ouicscont. Whon tho
rofuse from sowers nnd fiahmnrkel
commonoo pouring in, tho agonts
of disonso and death will bo in
full blast, nnd it is likoly to cost
tho Government more to cover
that stuff with dry earth than it
would cost to make the wlmln
fill with clean matorial. It is
mncrative that dry earth should
bo sproad on top, othorwise it"
last stato would be worso tin. Is
first. From an ocouomicn
cil i ' l-
noss nnd sanitnrv point nf viowiTUC I III II IMA
r.nlnn omn.lmnlil 1u flllml ...Wl, !- -1-1 I LI 111 H
dry ourth. The dredger's pipo
should point seaward und pump
into low lands at tho mouth of tho
harbor. Tin- Government should
own the land or charge so much
por cuh'c yard for reclaiming it,
and hold a lieu on it until tho
proporty ownors redoemed it. Tho
important foaturo of having tho
improvements curried on in this
mannor is thut tho houlth of tho
community is protected, bosides
which the schema is fur ohoapor
in the ond thiin that soemingly
GovernraoTits cannot !
afford to experiment with tho
tux-payers' money. Thoir work
should bo woll considered by tho
roughly practicil men, not theor
ists nor political schemers. It
should bo eximined from every
point of view and us thoro is no
groat obstacle to contend with,
common cense, with a due regard
for tho health of tho community
and nostr'ls of the rosidonts of
Leloo, will scdvo tho problem.
si:nt t the asylum.
An Asfil .NHtUf IVumnu AJtJudgrd
Palo, a native woman aged G3 '
yours, w.is this morning aJjudged i
in-line ..wl ordoied committed to I
K. C. McCandloss testified that
Palo was his wife. That ho caino
horo -10 years ago and that thej'
had boon married 3G years. Dur
ing lhn Inst three years she had
developed symptoms of insanity
and fu' tho last sovon months had
required constant watching. Her
infinity took the form of rambling
talk und she hud had several fits
!). N. 11. Emerson testified that
he was a physician, and had re
osutly examined tho woman. He
found that sho wus ufibctod with
do nsiouul insanity, her mania
1 tiding nor ia imagine that she
w : : .! used of great wealth, about
which sho was incessantly Inking.
Ho found thut she hud occasional
lucid iutorv.ils but thoy were bo-
j 0"'K less frequont. Her mania
might develop homicidal tondon
cio at any time and he thought
sho should be confined in the
On the above testimony Judge
Perry made tho uocessary ordor
At Two Slorc.
John T. AVaterhouso details in
a big spread olsowhero a list of
good things in stock at his gro
eory dopartment on Queen stroot.
It is an appetizing exorciso even
to ro.nl it. Thou tho attention is
rivoted to tho mention of holiday
goods and Indies' dress goods tit
too Fort stroot store. This has
always boon ono of tho best filled
holiday goods repositories in Ho
nolulu, us well as ono of the most
r..?j,i. lv.blo of dry goods em
poriums. ISerr n n Tcm pern urn Advocntf.
Jn ordor to impress upon your
mind tho fact that the Scuttle
lire winy und Mulliwj Co'x boors
are Mild. Light and Livdy, we
bolow givo tho nvorago per cont of
alcohol iu various liquors in com
"Rainier" Beer. . . 3.1 percent
"Olympic" lleer... 3.-1
On draught at tho Criterion.
I). Howard Hitchcock has ro
furnod to town and is locatod at
his studio nt tho comer of Hotel
.nd Fort streets upstairs, ontrunco
on ilotol street, where ho has ro
npeuod his classes in drawing und
painting. Studio aftornoon at
i tioiiies Fridays from 2 p. in. to 4
! p m. Visitors always welcome.
kuvkitv-i'ivi: coiiplkh tkiv tiik
l'nile(o Mat of llinan Fretdlt
'Indepeiideitre Hall I.t night.
Noll'N til tllC OCCIItlOll.
Independence hull was we!l-
j filled lust evening on tho occasion
of tho Loi Iliiuu Club ball, and
some seventy-five couples danced
to their heart's cmtout and with
an evident dosire of making! up
for time lost owing to tho recont
epidemic. Messrs. Jamos Sim,
T. P. Cummins and J. L. Holt,
who had charge of the arrange
ments, are to be congratulated
on tho success which attended
their efforts. Jamos Spencer had
charge of tho decorations and his
wtrk showed for itself.
Between the dances Messrs.
Ward and Horrick rendered a duet
on two guit-ji'3 and Messrs. Ord-
way anil Heunossoy ono with
guitnr and mandolin. Miss E.
Dayton fnvnrod the audience with
a piano sulo, and at tho end of
rviy third dunco there was a solo
and chorus bv the Kawaihau clnb,
which furnished tho music for
During tho evening light re
freshments consisting of icecream ,
lomonado, Russian ton, cakes and
othor fancy edibles were dispells
! ed undor tho olliciont diroction of
I 11. F. Poor.
' Tho program come to an ond
' about 1 a.m., whon tho thoroughly
I tired votarios of Terpsichore
wooded their way homeward, to
, eominouco thinking of whon tho
, club would givo another similar
; Following is a CMnplote list of
' those in atlondunco MesdamesT P
1 Cummins; C ALong.J L Ilolt.li A
I YVillianiH.-A E Murphy.Croighton,
i WulKtr. Given, J K Wright, Day-
I ton, lioardman, Kruegor, War
ner, Neumann, Fione, Graham,
J)uv:dsu, Hagons, Douglas,, and
Misses Ahoong, "Walker, Lish
mnn, Gurnoy. Wilholm, Wright,
McGuire, D.ijtou, Smith, Clarke,
Lemon, Uoth, Dauiols. Finkler,
Paiker (,'J). Gore, Dowsott. Perry,
Molntyro, Cummins, Along and
Messrs T P Cummin'', C A
Long, J L Molt, K A Williams, A
K Murphy, J H Jones, A J Ahe
ong, J M Sims, It Lung, 1j
do L W.ird, K Poller,
G Itidick, J S Low, S P
Woods, J O Curlor Jr, E B
Giif.rd, F 11 Vida, II 1' Lovi, M
D .Mons.trrt, Lennox, W Wng
nor, J N Wright, D Dayton, H C
Mapai, G S Waggoner, 1J L Fin
noy, W I) Wilder, N E Godge, II
F Poor. W II Mclnomy, C Du
Hoi, A R Clarke, F Armstrong.
A Smilhios, J Siiencer, F B Oat,
C P Coib.rn, Ch.'is Ualixu, Jas
Morsberg, W F Ordway, Wei
inaii, Eil Stiles, L A Hart,
T Douglas and Lishmnn.
M'ssrs. J. dm Doddridge, Wal
ton Hindu, Newton Fretranu and
Dr. C. P. Kuidlelioigor of the U.
S. S. Olympia Tvoro also prosent.
HY.IIl'ATJIV WOll Till! ASllI'OUItS.
A London dispatch of Sept. 21
says: "Henry Labouchoro's Truth
protests iu its issuo of this week
against tho apathy of tho English
press and Parliament at tho suffer
ings of bur subjects during tho
revolution in Hawaii and men
tions particularly tho casos of the
Ashfuid brotuors, who wero
Canadian barristors, and who
wore imprisoued by President
Dole's Govi-rnmont upon tho fl'm
Jmiip! Ashford received word
froii ,ijs lwoil0ll8ic.W. and V.V.,
bv tho Tvihuiui yesterday. ;hi
tho second iusant Volnoy w.is
considerably improved in health,
although his lifo wnn despaired of
a week or so previous. His
brother is attending him. Ho is
taken out each duy in a wheeled
chair for air and exoroiso. Clar
euco is in ftood health.
Following is the menu of
dinner to bo served at
Kicholbu this oveuiug:
a la llordelntce
Ccrvelle Croipatte Sauce Totaate
turec dc Pommeii l'lllti. 1'oln al(rancal
a' la Mayonual-e
a la VaullU
Wliul llcfcll ii Tutor of Youth
mid u Tr.ililiT i,r Scrub.
A Learned Profossor, wiio is
also a Ltiudsc.ipo Gardtner of
uoto, stood viowing his llowors,
which ho had plnnted back of the
Judiciary building, ono morning
and communed with himself, viz.,
"How boautiful is plant lifo!
"How fair aro those tender
"What thrills of joy creop up
and down ono's spino at tho cnu
tcmtduliou ot their blooming.
"Mnio is. surely n lifo to bo envied.
I clear away the thorns and briors
from the path of studious youth
and then 1 weod my gardon.
"I eriulicatoall that is calculat
ed to stiflo tho growth of tho
human intellect and thou I
priino my shrubbory.
"I nropare tho brains of child
hood for the timo of fruitago, so
that thoy may think great big
thoughts and after tho labors of
tho schoolroom aro over for tho
day, I watch my pinetpplos'boar.
"i scarco can toll which iB.tho
pleasantost occupation, tho in
struction of children or the culti
vation of tho rose.
"Anyway, 1 think bushes are
over so much prottior than trees."
A Royal Palm, which had been
listening to the foregoing rhap
sody, became incensed at tho last
remark and, taking careful aim,
let fall one of its leaves upon tho
Loarnod Man's head, crushing
him to tho ground.
During the ensuing week
tho Profossor had amplo timo,
while lying in his bod, to solvo, in
his mind, tho problem as lo
whether the gardening of youth or
of orchids nlfjrd tlio most eiiiov-
Moral: Loavos have thoir timo
G. 11. Ilurrison, practical piano
and organ innkor and tuner, can
furnish best factory reforonces.
Ordres left at Hawaiian Nows Co.
will recoive prompt attontion. All
work guarantoed to bo tho same
ns dono in factoiv.
IFrwii U. S. Journal uf HeJiemt.)
frof.W.lI..'''eke,wtonitUca fpecialtyot Epilepsy,
U without d ul.ttrcav-dar.dr -nd,rotecaJhiia
inylhlnBriiy'i ws"UncceMl-itonl.li!iK. V
bnyo heard t f a "of 50) can'rlandtiiKcnri l by bim.
...... i. uiili a l.p,.Ml,utili.nf hi. ub.oliilccurr. trie to
I drt.s. VeuiMauyonwishlni:cureloadiltn.
i 1t(. W. 1L l'EXUK, F. Ii., CJat fcv., w -ink.
DISTRICT COURT ITEMS.
WA1.I.V IIVVIK AND hUflNBK KI.I.IS
Oltl ON HAIL.
Auotbrr t'ortiiiiurnr tiiiirrt OtrrT'.ur
Hollar Worth of Wire I'rnrp
Other Poller !leiv.
The principal portion of thef
time of the District Courl thin s
morning was occupied in the tria--of
M. P. do Cambra, who wat
charged with malicious mischieiT
in destroying wire fonciug tir
Knlihi of the value of $10 uudt
tho properly of Mnnool Mucbado.
The dotails of the trial ur unin
teresting and Judge Porry found'
tho dofondant not guilty.
J. Alnpii nnd his wife Mary
wero in Court and so wan their
youthful son and heir. The pa
rents wore charged with violating
the school regulations in not send
ing tho boy to school, but in ves
tigition showed thoy hnd done
thoir best and tho caso against
them was dismissed. The b 'V then
pleadod guilty of truancy and tho.
Court suspended sentence.
The opium caso rgainsfc Wnlly
Davis, W. Sumner Ellis and fivo
boatboys was put over nntil the
'21th. Davis nnd Ellis arc ont
on $27)0 b.iil, but tho other arc
still in quod.
Mnnool da Silva forfoited his
bail rather than answer to a
chargo of drunkenness.
Tho cise of Pao, arrested this
morning for nssault and battery
on a Chinose, has boon set for
trial on .Monday at 0 a.m.
Tho lllo'n freight.
Tho Oriontal freight for this
port, t iik on ou to San Fnncisca
by tho Pacific Mail Stcamnhip Kio.
Jauoiro and expectod to b" roturc
oil on tho China duo hero on thcr
2ilth, consists of 107 pkgs matting,
3 pkgs parcels, 500 pks sugar, 1!2
pkgs beans. 85 pkgs curios, 211
pkgs' oil, 83 pkgs tea, 110 pkgs.
rico, 0250 pkgs mdso.
The Hawaiian baud will give
the usual concert at Emma square
this afternoon at four o'clock,
with the following program:
March "Our llluomer liirl"....A K (luilis
Overture -"Son and Stranger"
Vnltj; "llel uiih . Ilaui" Sttaurs
Fntul "A ll:irlci"iue" Kappe
"1'rleat'a War Marih from Atliulia"
(ialop "I.a Fanfare" Van
Ono of the Simians in E. A.
Williams' yard, on King stroot
had its leg broknn this morning
by tho shaft of a wagon falling;
upon it Tho cronturo is "under
treatment and will probably go4
woll. Dou't monkoy with the
Correspondents of the Bulleti!
should hand in their communica- -tions
early in tho duy to insure
publication. All display ndvor
tisements should bo sent to tha
business oflico boforo noon of f neb
day. Bonding and "By Author
ity" notices may bo sent in any.
timo up 2 p. m.
WVull nud Nvrvoua
I)cscrlbc the cundlttou of thouuula uf pco
pb' at thla hchhiii. '1 hey have no appttlu-,
ciiunot alecp, nud complain of tha proitralltu;
elicit of warmer weather. This condition tiiaj
be remedied by Hood's SareaparUla, ulilcli
cnatco an appetite and tone up all the r
Ku. It Kl'i' good health by iiuOtlo the
lloou's I'lU.&are the best alter-diunar fUlL,
aitl.t dle'Unu, cure headache. ll.Vtf
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