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"What is tho aeorot of tho im
portance and influonco of tho
(London Timea?" I asked a pro
.minent M, P. who is spending a
Jew wcoks in this country.
"Tho mystery thut surrounds
ith authorship of the articlos on
its editorial pago," was tho re
ply. "Nobody except tho editor-in-chiof
knows who writes for tho
Timos. It .has no staff occupy
ing desks in editorial rooms like
tho ordinary nowspapor, but its
articlos are all writton on tho
outside. The editor-in-chief sends
tho important topics of tho duy
to different persons, who furnish
tho loadors. Many 6f thorn nro
gratuitous; the rest are pnid for
by tho column, the rato varying
according to tho importance of
tho writor. luoro is a puuna tm
pressipn that nil tho londers in tho
Times aro writton by tho great
men in tho British empire, and
when a subsoribor of tho Timos
opens tho damp shoot in tho
morning lie always looks first at
tho editorial pago instead of tho
news columns, its ho doos with
the uthor papors, and as you do
in this country.
"Ho imagines thut tho articles
lie finds there have been writton
b tho Marquis of Salisbury, iho
Chancellor of tho Exctiequor, tho
Minister of Ilomo Aftuirs, tho
Archbishop of Loudon, tho poet
laureate, tho Lord Chief Justine
or some other big hue. It is
popularly supposed that all the
groat men in tho British einpiro
are continually writing for the
Times, wlnlo as a mattor of fact
99 per cont, of the editorials are
preparod by ordinary literary
hacks at the rate of $10 a column.
Tho Times is a groat humbug.
Tho lute Mr. Barnuin would have
admired it immensely. It has
Eluyod thin gamo of mystery for
all n century, and still continues
to bo considered ob profound an
authority on all topics as the
oracle of the Pythian Apollo at
Delphi." V. E. Curtis in tho
A NOVELIST'S UtUNDETl.
Forgot Tlmt Ha lfcjl Killed
A grontr mnBtor of tho art of
throwing 'off storios by daily in
stallments whs Ponsondu Torrail.
Whon bo was at tho height of his
vogue, ho kept threo running at
tho same' time in different papers.
His fortilo imagination was never
nt a loss, but his memory fre
quently w.is. He was apt to for
get today what ho did with a hero
or heroine yesterday.
To help his memory he at first
noted down briefly in copy books
what happened to his mon and
women, but finding that often ho
could not road his own writing he
invented a new system. He pro
cured littlo loadon figures, on
whioh ho gummed the names of
his characters as they wero born.
Supposing thoro wore threo stories
running, thero wore threo sots of
figures in different drawors. Whon
a oharaotor wus sottled a man or
woman in load was takon away
from its companions and laid
Ono day whon Ponson du Tor
rail was all behind in his work,
"- he sot hims-olf to his task without
examining tho slain. His bad
memory led him into a terrible
blunder. Mo had forgotten that
he had killed Uocambole tho
still famous Rooambolo in the,
previous fouilleton, and, to the
groat surprise of tho reader, he
made him talk again as if nothing
out of tho common had befallen
him. This resuaoitatiori of Ro
cambole is one of tho most curious
things in the history of tho ro-mans-fouilleton.
script. Tlio Amorioan Girla' Olub of
Berlin held a bazaar in the Kur
furtonstraase last week, whioh
was n conspicuous pecuniary and
social bucooss, as anything which
Amorioan girls tako hold of is apt
The Dancer Oomea
...In esses t typhoid foyer, diphtheria and
toother wasting diBeasesi whom the pationt
''.has boon reduced in flesh, ndutretrgth, and
; bejja thqtoiJtspme ollrub to .health. Hero
' Hood's Sarsapri)la finds ita place. Htinrioh-
ea the blood, strengthens tho nerves, pi
tone to the dlcostivo orcanB. and builds
the whole system.
IIood's Fills are the host atter-dlnner pills
assist digestion, cure headache. 25c a box.
New Yoke., Dec. 17. William
Waldorf Astor, not satisfied with
boing unamorican in everything
olso, will take to himself an Eng
lish wifo. Not only that, but bIio
is said to bo a young woman of
titlo fro ii ii no of the oldest fami
lies in England, as well as rich
and beuutiiul. Tho sponsor for
tho' story is Modorn Society, a
Bocioty sheet of London.
Tho lady's name is not
but the samo nowspapor is author
ity for tho statement that tho
happy ovont will tako place
shortly us soon as tho English
term of mourning has expired.
Perhaps, it is only fair piny that
some of our millionaires should
marry into tho nobility and
However, it is not tho first timo
that this has occurred, one of tho
Roosovelts some years ago having
married n titlod woman in Eng
land, and Alfred Montgomery of
Louisiana, a cousin of tho Phila
delphia and Trenton families f
that name, having done likowiso.
In his caso his namo was changed
into Do Montgoinorie.
Gossip says that Mr. Astor will
at once bo niado a British subject,
and perhaps bo knighted after a
career in 1'urliurnont, as Sir Ash
mead Battlett-Coutts has beon,
thus making tw .American mon
of titlo among tho blue blood of
(From U. S. Journal Cf Medicine.)
f rof. W.U.Pwlce.who mukM a pccllty of Epllpsy,
Ms nlthont doubt treated nd cured more cases thsn
icniU wltlt a largo bottleof hu ahtolnle cure, f tee to
ny sufferer who may send'hclrl'.O. Mid Express ad
dress. We nd?Ue r.n j-oiw wishlns a cure to nddtrss,
Vrof. W. II. l'KEUE, P. D., Cedar SU. New York.
at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Nuunriu Street.
B000 men dnily to drink the 5000
.FAMOUS SEATTLE BEEB; . .
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
Postofflco Box 47S -
FINEST DRiLLTE DF
Hawaiian Blue Stone
In Hawaii for
order In any
size or shape
to suit the
trade or pub
lic. . . . . .
Is the same as
used In the Tu
land Von Holt
Agent for Lano Bros., S. F.
Arthur Harrison, Prop.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
CROCKEKY, 3tA8SWARE, ETC., ETC.
Water Pipes, laid and repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
113- No 41, Nuuauu street.
AM NOW prepnrcd to accept your orders
for dyeing, all kinds of cotton goods,
woolens, silks, crepes, lawns, etc, at
1E2-U Kaullka street maknl of King street.
STERER : AND
ER : IN . . .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc.,
Controotor unci Butldor.
No. 89, Nuuanu street.
Has on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunks,
Matting, Wardrobes. Desks, Matresses, cto.
Coll in and inspect goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furniture of all kinds mado and repaired-
julldlnir bouses and making rice mills a spc-
ialtv. P. O. Box lift, corner Kini: and Bethel
T"sa 13 (S0V
JQ Acta 4t y. J
I jvf't citt uaxs. ff
Mil ffAJW f MCM. U
P. 0. Box 480.
,THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New; & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Exclusive and Attractive.
Freo Eods and Bait Furnished.
GET OFF THE TRAM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
MRS. AUG. DARROW.
Wells. Hiciukdson & Co.,
Oenlkmen: I wos very much run
up, I WAH rEllMiiiiAii WKiiiUHiiiJ.
well as I could beforo I was taken nick.
pounds and do all Ihe work for my family
very much pleased with It . 1 am now
pleased with it. lam now
HOLIDAY --:-- GOODS
I cordially Invito Ladles nnd Ueutlcmen to In
spect my stock of : : ! : : s
UMDUOIDliltED SCREENS, TABLE COVERS AND QUILTS,
Beautiful Lacquer Ware and
I CAllHY A riILL STOCK OP
MEN'S -:- FURNISHINGS.
&T Kopcclully the
Hotel Mrcct. ncTt to Orclwnv .t Porter. ' 182-tf
Silk croposi solid colors, Bilk bed spreads, paja
mas, nccktios, cushion covers, tidies, doylies
drawn work ami hnnd painted silk bolting
cloth, just tho thing for painting on. Several silk
dress patterns, lndios embroidered drosses in
white and brown linon and ono pretty bnby's
dress in baby blue, hoveled mirrors with olegnnt
carved ivory backs, carved ivory boxes. In
tortoise shell there aro lorgnettes, ladies sido
combs and hair pins in various styles. Flowor
vases hnnging, wall and stand, ill colored porce
lain, a fow dozen of bread nnd butter plates, a
few pretty pearl rings nnd pins, mats in grnss
oxo, siinvmg suppers, mailings in ,
ron, 'u yartis cacn, inuios suvor powuor and
hair pin boxes, and nn endless variety of boxes
and bags suitablo for candy for children.
8" Much of the nbovo, lato importations,
and all prices greatly reduced. Open evenings.
AT THE .....
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THE GRASS HOUSE
PAjNE'S CELERY COMPOUND
RESTORED MRS. DflRROW
TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.
This is the Medicine That
Makes People Well!
, Montrose, Pa., Sept. 25 1894
down, hnd no nppclito at all, wns very nervous, hnd no sleep night or iny to sum n ail
uut mnuKs to raino's i-eiery i-oinpouiiu i
When I commenced taking tho Compound
I havo recommended the Compound to three families alread;
taKinc my mm uomo, anu woum njiuiuxniiXM u iu ""
-:IS FOR SALE BY THE:
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian
Trains will lenvo ou Saturdays nt 9:li
n.tn., and 1:15 b.m., arriving iu IJonolul
nt H:ll p.m. nnd G:2G p.m.
Train will loavo on Sundays nt OtlO a.u.
arriving iu Ilouolalu nt G:2U p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class $l 7(
2nd Glass, 1 2E
P. C. Smith,
Gon'l Pass, nnd Ticket Agont
.. 3KZ jj IS "2T
BREAD, PIES and CAKES
Of nil kinds.
Ef& Tho finest imported confectionery,
ICo-tf Hotel strcot, near Forti
BRONZE BRASS, and IROtf
naado and ropaired.
"Particular utlcntion paid
Castle & Cooke
can uw t-utunu n.i u w..u. .
I weighed lSo.ppuntls ; I now wetgh IBS
uy uiiu luu
A goneral stock of Liquors,
FttKSII DEER ALWAYS ON DIUUUHT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Ate r( the finest and come to ui
direct irum Europe
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Importod straight from Louis-
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
J. J. Sullivan,
Honolulu, II. I.
SrjtLiVjwN & Buckley, Jlnn'R'rs.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent nud Cnre
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Comer of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Ilnw'n Hotel Btnblcu, 82.
Pnntheon Stnbles, 84,
tt Fiuhion Stnblea. 148.
QAIVT BE BEAT !
My S10.00 Dath Tubs, lined with best
quulityi No. 10 zinc, G in. l'iie, Ubnin and
l'luif, with wood rim nil complete Other
(loftlctH are dumfoundod, and resort to all
ninuuer of Tricks and Excuses.
He not deceived, thews UatU Tubs havo
been sold for S 14 until I reduced the price.
I am prepared to no an worK in my lino
nnd gunrnnteo satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you wnnt n cood Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephono 814, and I am your
JAS. NOTT Jk,
177-tf Tinbinith A Plumber;
I lie ii
G-rand Sale 'of
Commencing Saturday, Doc. 14th,
D. HOWARD HITOHC'OOK.
MnstorpiecoB in Parian
Marble, Guaranteed Gon
uino; Silk Lamp Shades,
tho D and N Lamps, Pic
tures, Artotypes, Photo
ALLEN & ROBINSONi
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
and Building .Materials of all
Quoon Rtroot, Honolulu.
E, B. THOMAS,
CON'rilAOTOR AND BUILD I5fc
gW Eslimaks given on all
kinds of Stouo, Briok nnd Wood
work. King Blroot. '17-It
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