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B. K. EOSS,
600 King street, Honolulu, II. I.
House and Lots for Sale.
There is n now houso nnd lot
situntod nt Kapnlnmn. Eight on
tho tramways line. The lot is 55
foot wide by 100 feet long nnd
being rented nt $120 n yonr; will
sell nt $900 ensh. A vory good
investment. There nro five more
lots in tho snme locntion, whioh
will bo sold nt vory rensonnblo
For furthor pnrticulnrs npply to
W. 0. AOHI.
Mr. K. IVyatt. of I'ort Itoad, West
lllmlmnreli, So. Australia, writes of
the Rait cnmlltlon of licr llttln itaueh
tcr, whoto iiortrnlt alio also send I
"Jly diiunlitor was nlllicti'd with
Uczoinu ot tho most agfrmvntoil
type. Thn diswiso first upponrcil in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
heRan to fall out, and in ppito ot
tho best medical ndvico anil treat
ment she Brew steadily worse. Tho
sores were full of matter and wero
extremely offensive. Iler eyes be
came affected, and she was, In truth,
in a terrihlo state. My ncichboro"
wero very sympathetic ami took
great interest in tho caso. They
persuaded mo to try Ayer's Sarsa
jmrllla, and I am most thankful to
bo nolo to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
duuRhlor's health. She has now n
good a head of hair ns anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,
and sho is a lino girl of eight years
with every prospect of growing up
to bo a strong and healthy woman.'
Gold Medah at the World't Chief Expositions.
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Solo Agents for tho Itojmblio of Hawaii,
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Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
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Pommory & Grono 11,798
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fcloidsiook & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3.438
Pernor Jouot 3.28G
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St. Marco. ux. 334
Krug& Co 270
Ohas. Hoiduiook 355
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for tho Qawniinn Islands.
For Sale or to Rent.
A desirnblo dwelling houso on
Hassingor street. Ajnily to
Tho Hawaiian Snio Deposit
nnd Investment Company'
Fort street. tf
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARP & BROWN PIANO.
Mas nn excellent tune and in iu lino cond
tion. Will he sold ohoiip tor cash.
Address L. T.
195-tf Huixetin Offloo
HONOLULU. H. T.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21 IBM
SIR AUDLEY COOTE SAYS
TiiFnr. is ausoiiVti:i.y no novut
AIIOIIT Till: OAItLC. "--
Hut It Will fin In Japuii I'UkI, ToiicIi.
IiilT'it llonnliilul'roiii Ynkolin
mi to tho Colonics Lnti-r.
Sir Audloy Cooto o Australia,
who pnsscd through this city
nbout tlireo months ngo on his
way to 'Washington, where ho wont
to push his enblo sehomo with
Sonntors nnd Congressmen, re
turned to San Francisco during
tho enrly pnrt o this month but
loft again for Washington a fow
Ho hns nttonded tho sessions of
Congress, become acquainted with
lending Amoricnn statesmen nnd
talked tho cable as best ho could,
lie says everything is working
out all right.
According to Sir Aud ley's idea
it is only a matter of n little timo.
Ho says thnt everywhere ho wont
ho received nothing but encour
agement. Tho beuuty of it wns
that it wns bncked up ill such a
way that thero could bo no doubt
nbout it. Tt wns not talk alone.
When interviewed in San Fran
cisco by a Call roportor ho said:
"You'll get tho cable, there is
no question nbout that. Since I
wns horo 1 hnvo been in Washing
ton n good denl nnd hnvo also
talked to n grout many bushier
men of largo purposes.
"Kverywlioro I wont I fouiiil
the1 greatest encouragement. The
proposition is now that American
capital shall control the cable.
,Tlire is ut -trotible about tfio
necessary money. I cannot now
go into nil tho dotails, but I enn
sny this much, that everything is
in ns satisfactory n stnto ns could
"I shnll bo heio for nbout ton
days. I camo on with Mrs. Cooto,
who is visiting somo friends, and
I think you had bettor sny my
trip is indopoudont of the cable.
"To Jnpnn is tho extent of the
proposed cablo now. That will
make it n distnnco from horo of
nbout 7500 milos. It is by our
survey 2550 miles to Honolulu,
nnd on to Yokohnmn will just
nbout mnko it 7500 miles. If wo
woro to go on to Austrnlin it
would mnko it about 3000 moro,
but that is not contenrplated,
"Before wo get through, how
over, tho entire distance may bo
included. You can just say thnt
I nm 6o well nssured now that tho
cablo Avillbo built that I regard it
as n cortninty."
Jlotlrl of tlie AIiirlimNH,
Thero wns n fine model of tho
stenmship Mnriposn on exhibition
nt tho Oceanic dpek in San Fran
cisco rocontly. It was mado by
Martin C. Walton, Jr., of 500 Capp
street, a lnd of thirteen. Although
only nbout two feot long, tho mo
del is porfect in ovory way. An
electric motor, tiny onough to be
hiddon in tho hold, furnishes the
power to propel tho craft. The
officials of tho Oceanic Stonmship
Company woro greatly pleased nnd
complimented the lnd vory warmly
A I'loBHiuit Air.lr.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lowis cele
brated tho first anniversary oi
their son, Chas. Victor Kuhio
Lowis, at the rosidonco of Mrc"
Jas. Auld (Mnrshfiold), Woikiki,
Inst ovening. Willie Potorsoi
furnished tho music for tho oc
casion. Tho dining room wa
decorated with Hawaiian lings nm
Corns, aiid tho table was ladoi
with good things that raaketh tin
heart glad. Tho company did ful
justice to tho viands. Tho child'
health was drank,ovorybody shool
handB with ovorybocly oIbo, nh
mothor ono of Honolulu's plcn
nut affairs wus at an end.
NIPPON - YUSEN - KAISHA.
Till'. GlllUT JArANKME STKATI
It Will Ktiorlly IXiild.tli n l.lncti
f.uroii Aliolll iTfniijr Ollirr
l.lnc III Oporntloii.
3io great steamship company
10 Orionl is tho Nippon-Yuson
iha, othorwiso known as tho
Japan Mail Steamship Company,
wiich is ono of the largest steam
ship companies in tho world, own
ing ovor Bevonty pnssonger ves
sels, leasing as many moro, and
having routes of ovor 2,000,000
miles. It is tho outgrowth of tho
consolidation of a number of
smaller companies. It has lines
to Manilla, Vladivostock, Tient
sin, Shanghai and nlso to Calcutta
via Hongkong. It nlso hns n
local China line from Yladnos
tock to Hongkong, calling at in
termediate points. Tho steamors
hnvo something ovor 200,000 grosB
Mnny stenmors of this lino woro
tnkon by Japan in tho war with
China nnd pressed -into the ser
vice. Wliilo battles woro rnging
on laud theso stenmors, hastily
armored nnd equipped with guns
nnd other munitions, woro engaged
in connection with cruisers and
battle-ships in bombarding various
ports. Tho company is gradually
gotting theso steamers bnek now,
nnd in a few months all will hnvo
been roturncd. According to tho
company's, charter Japan could,
during wnivtako theno btenmers at
nny time, aud sho therefore availed
hersolf of the privilege. Tho
company wns forced to purchnso
othor stenmors to tnko the
plnco of those impressed by
tho government, nnd tho return of
its own steamors leaves tho com
pany with more vessels on its
hands than it knows what to do
with. Tho stock of tho company
is nil owned by Jnpnneso, nnd no
foreigner is allowed to hold any.
The company mado a pot of
money during tho wnr nnd hns nn
nbundnnco of capital.
Tho prediction mado in tho full
of 1894, that ono result of tho war
between China and Japan would
bo tho moral expansion of Jnpnn
eso maritimo ontorjiriso, is already
in courso of fulfillment. Tho
principals of tho Nippon-Yuson
Kaisha have decided, with tho un
animous approval of tho share
holders, to open a lino to Europe
Tho corapnny mndo a profit of
3,500,000 yon by chartering stenm
transports to tho Government
during tho wnr. Tho directors
say tho money gained under such
circumstances ought not to bb
treated as an ordinary incomo, but
should bo dovoted, in part at least,
to national purposes, t They havo
accordingly sot nsido two aud a
half millions for tho purpose of
starting and maintaining n lino to
Fivo first-class ships of from
"5000 to 0000 tons each nro to bo
obtnined from England, whither a
commission hns been sent for the
mirposo. Tho objective iint in
Europo hns not yet boon nn
nounced. There willt of course,
bo n Government subsidy.
Another lino from Jnpnn to
San Francisco or Portland, touch
ing at Honolulu, is also projected
and may bo an accomplished fact
beforo tho end of tho year.
Ex-Empress Eugenio has ro
ontly deposited hor will with n
irominont London nttornoy, in
vliich, true to hor pledge. bIio hns
'oft n legacy to oach of tho 5831
nalo porsons of Franco born on
he birthday of hor son, Princt
A four-year-old child aptly do
cribod imagination nB looking nt
dugs you cannot see. Toxat
THE COMIXl SHOOT HKTU'KkN
IIUVAII ANU CALIl'OIt.SIA.
K(i the Idntcli nn Arriiiicocl, rii1 ll
Tcriim nnit Cniidltlmm ffmiio
A late Coast papor, speaking of
the doparturo for Honolulu on tho '
last Australia of Colonel Fisher, '
contains tho following in rotation
to tho forthcoming international i
shooting match, which will bo
read with interest:
Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. Fishor
of tho Hawaiian National Guard
took with him Saturday on his do
parturo for homo by tho steamer
I Australia a challenge for an inter-
' national shooting match to bo hold
on the first Sunday in Fobruniy.
! Thoro nro uniquo features ill this
I forthcoming competition. It will
I i.n ii.A nnt ii.i i . ii
uu wiu lust uiui jiuh uvoj i.ikuii
plnce between tho most powerful
nnd tho youngest republics in tlio
western hemisphere-. It will bo
unlike nny provious international
competition, becnuso on tho day of
shooting tho contestants' will be
separated by over 2100 miles of
Tho novelty of interstate match
es hns worn off long sinco 1877,
when California's champion
marksmen worsted tho Eastern
guards at Creedmorc, N. Y., and
brought to tho Far West tho 'Sol
dier of Marathon" trophy, which
is shot for in nnnuul competition.
"Tho competition in Februnry
will bo ut 200 ynrds, botweon u
team of fifty from tho 175 mem
bors of Compnnies C nnd G of tho
Nationals, representing tho guard
of California, and a like number
choson from Hawaii's citizen sol
diers, embracing somo 500 mon.
The match will bo for glory only.
It is exciting tho keonest interest
among local marksmon, becauso
of its novel features nnd becnuso
it will undoubtedly lend to other
"Tho island soldiers are mostly
former members of tho California
gunrd nnd hnvo u reputation as
very fair shooters. In Company
C, however, thoy nro pitted ngninst
tho champion shooting compnny
in tho Stnto, with G n frequent
second or third'in regiinontnl and
"Each toam will havo a rep
resentative at tho butts on tho day
of tho competition. Lieutenant
Colonel Geary will bo tho rop
rosontntivo of tho Hawaiians nt
Sholl Mound. Scores will bo ex
changed by stonmor undor oflicinl
"Tno match Wns brought nbout
mninly through tho influenco of
Lioutonant-Colonol Will E. Fish
or of Governor Build's stall, who
egged on tho Nationals to send
tho challenge, being assured of
its accoptanco. A conference fol
lowed botweon Captain's Dmnbroll
and Sutlifffl and tho gentleman
from Hawaii, who accepted the
chollongo. Ho camo from tho inl
ands last Novoinbor on a visit to
rolntivos hero, with powers pleni
potentiary to mnko matches on
tho Const for island companies
and teams. Lieutenant-Colonel
Fishor is practically tho com
mnndor of the Ilnwniinn Gunrd
nnd wns chiof of its forcos during
tho Into uprising. Ho is himsolf
a crack shot, has frequently made
"possible" nt midrnngo, hns scor
ed 49 nt 200 ynrds nnd hns medals
and trophies gnloro. Ho will be
mo in tho international team.
t Upon tho roturn of tho Austra
Ma news will bo received of tho
arrnngemonts mndo nt tho othor
nd of tho lino, aud thereupon
tho local toam will bo choson and
It is computed that thoro is
00,000,000 pounds sterling worth
i i gold and jewels at the bottom
of the son ou tho routo botwoon
higlaud and India.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE NEW POET LAUREATE,
Al,I'Hi:i AUSTIN llONOItr.DBYIIEB.
MAjr.STV nn: quuen.
Tuniijftoit'n Miccoixnr In nn Oilier mid
Title Which tins Il.'cn Thrcit
A London dispatch to a Coast
newspaper, dated January 1st,
says: In accordance with the
usual custom of conferring honors
on tho occasion of the Now Year,
tho Queen has elevated to the
peorago Sir Frederick Loighton,
president of tho Eoynl Acndamy,
nnd Henry Hucks Gibbs, formerly
n momber of the Houso of Com
mons nnd Inter n director of the
Bnnk of England, and has knight
ed tho Hon. H. P. P. Croaso, Se
nior Puisne Judgo of British Co
lumbia. Honry II. Gibbs has
been n lnrgo donor to tho purso of
tho Consorvntivo pnrty.
Her Majesty also appointed
Alfred Austin poet laureate, an
oihco winch has been vacant Bince
tho death of Lord Tennyson on
October G, 1892.
Alfred Austin, tho now pool
laureate, is a poet, critic aud
journalist. Ho was born ot Head
ingloy, near Leeds, May 30, 1835.
His father wns n mcrchnnt and
magistrate of tho Borough of
Leeds, and his mother was the
sister of Joseph Locko, tho emi
nent civil engincor and member
of Parliament for tho Borough of
llouiton, of which ho was lord of
the manor. Both his parent! be
ing itoinan Catholics, ho was sent
to otonyhurst Collego and after
ward to St. Mary's College, Os
cott. Fiom Oscott ho took his1
degreo at tho University of Lou
don. In 1853 and in 1857 ho was
called to tho bnr of tho Inner
Templo. But tho publication, al
though anonymously, of a pooni
entitled "Bandolph," when ho was
18 years of ago, showed tho bent
of his disposition, aud it may be
stnted, on tho nuthority of Mr.
Austin himsolf, thnt ho ostensibly
ombrnced tho study of law only ic
doforonco to tho Avishes of his pa
rents, nnd from his earliest yonra
was imbued with tho desire and.
determination to devote his life
mainly to literature.
The oxpression of this resolve
is found in n novel written nnd.
published while ho was yet a
minor. On the death of his father
in 18G1, ho quitted tho Northeast
Circuit nnd wont to Italy. Hie
first acknowledged volume of verse,
"The Season, n Sntiro," npponred
in 1801. A third nnd revised edi
tion of "Tho Soason" appeared in
1809. His other poetical produc
tions nro: "Tho Human Tragedy,'
18G2, republished in an amended
form in 1870, and again linrlly
revised in 1889; "ThoGoldon Age,
a Satire," 1871; "Interludes," 1872,
"BomoV Death," 1873; "Mndon
nn's Child," in 1873; "Tho Towor
of Babel, a Drama," in 187-1;
"Losjcko, the Bastard, a Tale of
Polish Grief," 1877; "Savonarola,
a Tragedv," 1881; "Soliloquies in
Song." "At tho Gato ot tho Con
vent," "Lovo's Widowhood, nnd
Other Poems," "Prince Lucifer"
nnd "English Lyrics," nil publish
ed botwoon 1881 nnd 1890.
Ho hns published throe noveln
-"Fivo Years of It," 1858; "An
Artist's Proof," 18G1, nnd Won by
n Hend," 18GG; nlso "The Poetry
of tho Period," reprinted front
Templo Bnr, 1870, nnd n "Vindi
cation of Lord Byron," 18G9,
ocensioned by Mrs. Stowo's article,
"Tho True- Story of Lord Byron's
Ho has written much for the
London Standard and' for the
QMrtorly Eoview. During the
sittiugs of tho JEcumonical Coun
oil of tho Vatican he represented
tho Standard at Homo, and he
wns a special correspondent ot
that journal nt tho headquarters
if the King of Prussia in the
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