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EVTCNTVO nrriT-TTN nKCJEMIlBR fi, 3895
Tin: i, aii: m. pAmr.uii.
Wlij Interment In tlic I'ltltroti -n
Dcclinutl li) Mix I'liiull.
Tlio Tiuios Paris conospomlout
writes: "Miuo. 1'astour that is
to Bay, tho Pnstour family, for
they havo always boon admirably
united rofusou to allow nn inter
mont in tho Pathoon, whore tho
Itepublio has created a Yulhulla,
and whoro Carnot ulready rosts
by tho sido of Victor Hugo. The
family, however, had several rea
sons for objecting to thoranthoon.
Tho 0110 which has boon assigned
is among theso, but is not tho
chief. M. Pat-tour, it is true, had
mi actual love for Lis institute.
Ho was a man of singular simpli
city and frugality. Material con
sider i tions nover entered his
bond. Merely by his theory of
forn.onU, which h m enriched
those brewers thioiighoiil tlie
world who first adopted it and
exported "Fintonr.sul" beer, M.
Pnstenr might !iu o made a l.ngo
fortune, lie did not drio (lie
slightest roiit fioni it, and ivlulu
tlioso brewers who adopted it
woro distancing all their coinpeti
t)is, M, J'nstcur was carrying on
warm controvoisies against tlio
tho ristsof Nimes Univorsity, who
combated his syston-. In tho
courtyard of a lingo Stockholm
brewory, indebted for its pros
perity to his system, thorn is a
statue of M. Pasteur, and his
portrait by Bonnut adorns tho
brewery oilicos. for tlio Urowor,
whom tho system hud cost noth
ing, wished at least to testify his
admiration and gratitude. To tho
end of his life M. Pasteur never
thought of profit for himself or
hi family, and when Franco,
pioud of having given birth to
such a man, voted pensions,
modest ones indeed, for biin and
them, his wholo tboi.ghts were
absoibed in tho expense of his
beloved institute. It had been
undertaken and ennied out with
inadequate resources, and ho was
anxious as to tlio material and
financial burden which he had
taken on himself. For his cher
ished institute ho bec.tmo almost
a suppliant. 'If England,' he
said onco, 'which is so favorablo
to humanitarian enterprises,
would but send mo somo monoy,
what good it would do tiiO and
the world!' Now, in deciding
that his remains should rest in n
vault of tho i'tistaur Institute tho
family knew they wore carrying
out his constant and doarest wish.
This, horcoer, was not tho
only roason which prompted tho
rofusal of tho I'anthoon. M.
Pasteur was a Catholic in fact, a
staunch Catholic, as aro also all
those who are connockd with him.
Tho secularising of St. Genevieve
necossarily hurt the oonvictions of
all those whoso idoas woro in
unison with his, and I am con
vinced that even if ho could not
have been buried in tho Pastour
Institute, they would havo pre
ferred a tomb and a mouumont in
tho Montmartro Coraotory to tho
Pantheon. Lastly, tho inteimeuts
in tho Pantheon mo always in a
temporary tomb. In tho country,
tho institutions of which fluctu
ate according to tho voice of tho
nois' class, who alono are listen
ed to, ever) thing, oven tho tost
ing-pbico of the dead, is subject
M. Paslour Ik s left a will, in
which ho simply says, ' I leavo
to my wife all that tho 1 w per
mits me to leave her. May my
children novor neglect tho law of
duty ever to iiroorvo towards
their mother the feeling of toiider
iioks v.hich sho doerves."
will tell you
it is the
TOJl BALK JIV THR
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents tor the Hawaiian Iilandi.
20 lbs. W
WALL, - NICHOLS
Toys of every descrip
tion, fancy baskets and
boxes, beautiful de
signs in ink stands,
booklets and calendnrs
for 18!)(5, first assort
ment iu Honolulu.
New stories by stand
ard authors in sets or
single volumes, juv
enile works for boys
Exclusive agents for
self - playing Kegina
music box, plays over
1000 tunes, Symphony
organs, an improve
ment on the iEolian,
and musical instru
ments of every des
cription. I-t?" Niitk r: Tills immeiw Block nu
personally nrli-rUtl by .Mr. Nlvlml In the
Knt, mill I- eiitlu-ly nun, no hhtlf mini
goods, anil prices an- ren-oiinble.
yJUnrner fomjj lainfe
(kxt cared W
Hollister -:- Drug
138-tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
KlMI AMI NlCA.NC StIIH.TS.
jsP CuuiMout is unnecessay.
mi It Gomes
To Disinfectants wo still have
plenty, our stock has not
been exhausted, and now
arrivals are on hand.
Geo. H. Huddy
Foi.t Stukkt, orr. Citikh.ic Mission.
Hours from 0 a.m. to I p.m.
:- Dr. Rxissel, -:
Olliee, Masonic Building.
Hours: : '.1-11 am, 0-5 pm. : Telephone 4SI.
Residence llnwnllan Hotel.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a (Specialty. Over Cali
fornia Food Company's store.
Aloha Bath House.
NEXT TO MARINE K.ULWAY. PAT
rolls hioilght freo tioni tho tug-boat
wl.nrf on telephoning No. OSS. Furnished
looms to iLt on tliu picmisei.
W. II. WINCHESTER,
HAltNESS MAKEIt AND SADDLUU.
Sells Ilnwniiun trees and re-covers
Our Motto U :
"Tako Pains and Keep Customers."
1 15 Hctlicl St., Iwtweon King and Hotel.
And want tho proper
thing both in cut and
stylo and desire to
have the latest Pat
tern you must call on
fvledeiros $ Co,
S, EleckBr, Mgr,
Ami INn You H-'orrH flf?
Clocks, Watches and
OwiiiR to failing health, 1 wish to cIokb
out uiy business eurly next year. To this
end I will ell my eutiro Block of
Clocks, Watches and
.CMtST ?RCtS VOR Cf,SH.
GREAT BARGAINS WILL BE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, .... Merchant St
MANUFACTUUElt, : UPIIOL
STEHEH : AND : JEAL
EK : IN . . . .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Ccintrni-'Uir Mini lliiiltlor.
No, 89, Nutinuu Htrwt.
linn ou lrnnd CofllitH, Cnniihor Trunks,
Muttinif, Wardiol'es, VmVx, .Miitrui'n, etc.
SJP (-'till ill llllll ilK(li el (join's.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next LucnV riauiiiK Mill, will lmvo
frsh every day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bo wiM to funiUIcs in litrgo or
Biuiill qunntitics. No Comais-
i as FeiiNiiiirn.
W. L. WIT.COX,
rroprictor Knlihi l'oi Factory.
Store open enliipi.
N. F. T3URGESS
Repairs Garden Hos SpiMen Water Taps.
Saw FiliiiR nml nil kinds of Tools Shnrp.
cued, including Curving Kuivcn nml Scis
Bore. Lnwu Jlowers repnired nnd for rent.
AIro, Scttini; GlnsR in fnct nil kinds of
Jobbing. Work culled for nnd returned.
Shop nml residence en Miller street.
King up Telephone 85:2. 1-lf
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors nml l'roUsloim, S.iM n speelnlty,
Allen Stiielt. Telki-honi: 70I).
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel stroot, Honolulu.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO,
Importers ml Dealers In Genernl
Wholesale Wino and Spirit Merchants,
1 15 Corner King nnd Mnunnkca Sts
C T. AKANA,
No. 324, Nuunuu bluet.
Kino Suitings mmle to oriler nt lowest prlees
115 Clothes elcnncil anil ri'p.ilrnl.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47 Nuunuu ttreut.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
llOOlr llllll Shot's III OIlllT. I 1111 till" IlL'l-t
Mulrrlul. (ioihIp. Hiiri.niti J l.im u well. 11.'-
No. 4158, Nuuiinu street,
Has just icreivedn new lino of
DltY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENEltAL MEltCHAN
HISE. Agent for tho following rico plantations:
Waiplo, Waiuwa, Wuiniulu, Wuiulua,
Kiuuolio mill Kapiilaiiin.
gF My rico from Kuueohe is marked
L A anil U guuranteea Al.
P. O. HoxlU, .... Telephone 109,
Tho Bus man will send
busses to private residen
ces for passengers to Wai
kiki without extra charge;
private parties can bo ac
commodated at reduced
rates, but remember this,
that a bus or wagonctto
will call at your private
residenco anil tako you to
Wnikiki and bring you
back at tho regular street
C. W. Macfarlane,
TEL 004 m
9 -i n ,w. a r
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Just oponeel ft full nnd comploto assortment of tho
luxuries nnd delicacies from ovory civilized nation,
which will bo sold lowor than tho lowest. . . .
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
IMIMILY TllAHi: A SPECIALTY.
All Goods delivered promptly. Civility and evory attention givei to customers at
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
A. Xaturully Doiled
Wntor, pronounced by
peoplo who know to bo
tho best on the Market. .
This Wntor received
tho vory highost awnrd
at tho ...
As ft Tablo Uoveiiiyo,
is .i favorite andjoasily
loach all othor Mineral
Benson Smith. & Co.
Wholesale and retail agents for the Ha
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
U11 Nuunuu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.,
AH kinds of tinwtuo, crockery,
etc, lit lowest prices, ....
HI- Niumiiu and Hotel btrccti
With or with
Top. . . .
Will take or
ders for nil
. . .
Harness of every Description
1'. O. Box 202, Tel, 20.
- , a i to.UL, -!,fc? o
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
IMPORTER3 ANDLlQUOB MEHCHAmTS.
No. C, Druiiim Street, - - Sun Francisco.
FOIl SALE IN HULK.
Amhmi'AN Hoi'itnoN Wiiiskiis in llnnd per
barrel eontalnlng nliout 40 pillions onch
at various prices nccording to ago and
California Graph Bramiv in Pond per
biuiel of about 10 to r0 gallons.
Aho tht ceUbrattd Cute Whiilciet:
"Extra l'ony" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons per caso.
"Ilenrgrnss'' lionrbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons per caso.
"Old Pioneer" llourbou Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-0 gallons per caso.
"Tennesseo Whito llyo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per cao.
CALIFOltNIA POUT WINES, bllEltltlES,
Suudordcis by .mail. Satisfaction guo
liinteed, Braiuischweigei & Cb.,
1 tl-liu Ni. fi, Diuiiiiii htrcot.
iisir liai (Sat i i"Jlik
U.i'ilRrnn, ,S lift
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