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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 189G.
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Tolcphono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
,A TERRIBLE CASE OP
.Jttm. K. IVjralt, of "Port Kod, TFeit
lllndmnrith, So. AustraMn. wrlto of
tho mill condition of Uur llttlo (laugh
tor, whoso portrait nho nlo londll
"My daughter wns nfllictod with
Eczema of tho .most aggravated
type. Tho tllbcaio first appeared in
eruptions on hex head, then her hair
began to fall out, and in spite of
the best medical advice and treat
ment she grew steadily worse. Tho
soros were full of matter and were
extremely offensive. Her eyes be
camo alTeeted, and she was, in truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
Lwcre very s nipathetic and took
jBreat interest in tho caso. They
Ipersuaded mo to try Ayer's Sarsa
riiarilln, and I am most thankful to
bo able to siy that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health, she has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,
ami sho It n fine girl of eight, years
with every prospect of growing up
p bo a strong and healthy woman."
Cold Medals at the World's Chlel Expositions.
k$ Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Republic o Hawaii.
A CHOICE LITTER OF nHOPTEHS. H
"Pointer and Y, KniIIali Setter. Dam, Pointer,
Honolulu Hello by the celebrated Glcnbehjh,
Jr., who was Imported from Kiicliiiiil nt a
toU of SHOO aud selected by Judgo .Murtlraer,
who Judaea tho principal doe; shown In the
United States. Tlie D.im ol Honolulu Hello,
J GUI, Is by the Duko or Verpou, one of tho
v rf. "t polnteia on tho Pacific Const and an Im-
iiorted dos, winner of the Derbv. Slro
(Jack) Engllsli better, Imported Jack's. Slro
la I,eo II., wluner of tho Derby at tho field
trials at IlakerKlield, Cal , hi ItOU. Ills darn,
Hclle Gladstone, was the only daughter on
, , the raclllo Coast of tho champion dam,
Gladstone, who died an undefeated champion
both on tho bench and Held. No better
blood waB over mated than this cross, and as
they are short-haired they should make No.
1 liuntliig dogs tor this country.
?- For lurtbtsr particulars apply to
"V. II. C," 1'. O. 'i or Anchor Saioon.
U20 Fort street, near Morohant.
Cnstom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent
Duiins,' Mr. Iloiinlinin's iibonce, Sir.
Ewing will have charga of my books nml
attend to nil collections. Ho cau bo found
either nt Mr. Bourdunm's ofiice at Uguru k.
Co.'s or at my office.
335-tf DIf. HERBERT.
Notice of Removal.
TnE CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY
have rem ived from their old store on Fort
street to tho Itobiusou' lllook, tho store
formerly occupied by Ordway k l'oitor,
KYWtzzS komiii'jis xor woniciN
nut NKViixi-v-nvi: ckncn.
Comii'll f Military Olllrorx "Put
iii a J'hIho Nuviil Wlmt tho l'tfy
A few days ago thoSlarbroaglit
a railing accusation ngninBt tho
Interior Department, over iho
shoulders of. tho Ilonds and
Bridges bureau. It stated in effeat
(faat citizons who had volunteered
far the defense o tho Republic
were working on tho roads, ai
Borcnty-fivo oents and e, dollar a
day, being offered thoso small
wages or nothing when they
sought employment from the Gov-1
eminent. Not only that, but
some of them had to provide their
It vttB further stated that this
griovauco had been brought to tho
cognizance of tho association of
military officers, which was said
to bo a civic body that did not
presume to domiuato tho War
Office. Still this opaulotted orga
nization naturally took a kindly
interest in the rank and file whoso
Angers thoy teach to fight. Thoro-
toro it would send a deputation to
tho Minister of tho Interior, to
lay boforo him tho labor griovnnco
of tho volunteer forces.
All this looked real serious and
somothing more terriblo than a
tempest in a teapot threatened to
bo tho outcome. Nothing more
has been heard of the gnovanco
from tho oraclo of tho aggrieved,
howovor, and if a deputation of
officers has s cen tho Ministor its
members have kept wonderfully
still on tho result of tho interview.
And why because? Simply that
there waB nothing in tho alleged
W. E. Rowoll, Superintendent
of Publio Works, laughed when
asked for information on tho sub
ject. "Thoro is only ono man work
ing in tho rdad gangs for soveuty-
hve cents a clay, and thoro is a boy
who gets tho eamo wnges. Tho
man w a kanaka who iB, getting
all ho is worth . Ho was lazy and
ono morning when ho camo to
work half an hour late tho luna
told him ho needn't turn to until
the afternoon. Tho man camo to
mo complaining that he was dis
charged, which I found waB not
tho case. Not wishing to ride
over tho head of tho luna,
howovor, I sont tho man
to another gang. Hero ho
was also found to bo lazy, and tho
luna roported that ho was not
worth a dollar a day. Ha agaiu
complained of being discharged,
and I told him he could got work
at sevonty-fivo cents a day, as that
was all he was worth, and over
since he has been a better worker
than when ho was on tho higher
pny . .
"No; it is not all work on the
roads. Thoro aro gangs working
at tho quarries."
Charles Horriok, clerk of tho
publio works office, horo with Mr.
ilowoll's consent produced tho
pay rolls. It was seen that with
tho exception of the mau and tho
boy mentioned, tho wuges ran
$1.00, S1.25, 81.G0, $1.75, 82.00 and
$2.C0a day, thoro being several at
tho highest figuro hero named.
Mr. Eowoll did not know wheth
er tho seventy-five cents man waB
a volunteer or not. Ho did not
think ho was, but ho might bo, ho
waB an ablo-lookiug man.
With regard to tho statement
that men wore obliged to buy
their own toolB, in order to got
work, it was explained that moro
men wore employed than wero
really needed, on some occasions,
rather than soo willing men go
idlo. In one or two instances,
porhaps, tho tools of tho depart
ment wero all out, and it was not
conBidordd necessary to buy moro,
when thoro was no cortainty
of having so many men em
ployed permanently, Ono spe
cific caso of this kind was men
tioned. It was when tho fonco
around th'o Judiciary building
groundo was being repainted.
Moro mon woro hired for tho work
tjmu woro needed, just to givo ull
tho idlo painters w.ho camo along
a chance while tho job lasted.
There woro not enough brushoH
to go round, aud one ortwo of the
latest applicants provided their
Mr. Eowoll said he was amused
bb well as surprised io read about
tho griovauco that tho council of
military officers lind taken up to
present to the Government.
XBtv imu:oroiis rz.i:ciki.
l'rocefillnxK ul tlio UlrrUiii; of tho
Ilvnluiil Vnclit and lluat Club.
At the special mooting of tho
Healani Yacht and Boat Club
hold at tho boat houso lest even
ing P. W. McChesnoy aud W. E.
Wall wore elected to till th vacan
cies on tho Board of Directors.
The selection of a now captain
Lot the Club was discussed aud a
committeo was appointed to wait
ou Georgo Carter and tender him
Tho subject of tho consolidation
of (ho Loilani club with tho Hea
lanis was also brought up, but do
finite action was deferral until n
Other matterB of intorost only
to tho Club wore considered pre
vious to adjournment.
The twenty-fifth anniversary of
tho institution of Oalm Lodge
No. 1, K. of P., occurs on.Tuos
day, August 18th, and it has boon
decided to celobralo tho advent
of Pythianism on Hawaiiau soil
in an appropriate manner at Snns
bouci. Mystic Liodgo will unite
with tho present lodge in making
tho affair a success. Thoro will
bo literary exorcises and a ban
quet, with duueing in tho evening.
Only members of tho order ami
their families and representatives
of tho press will bo present.
Y. 91. C. A. Classen.
Tho Educational Committeo of
tho Yciing Men's Christian Asso
ciation has docided that tho next
educational classes shall com
monco in September and continuo
to December 18th, commencing
again on January 11th and con
tinuing to April 30th. Tho sub
joctB taught will bo rending,
writing, orithmetic, grammar,
bookkeeping, shorthand, typo
writing, meohanicul drawing,
piano and orchestral musio and
tho Hawaiian language, tho last
A ((Mention of Choice.
Subscribers of tho Advertiser
having paid thoir money to get
tho news are kindly given their
choico this morning in tho two
following items which appeared
"Members of Company I) aro ordered to ho
at the itrlll ehed at 7:,'i0 this evenlnir (or
"Ottlnc to the 1) Minstrel rehearsal In tho
drill blied, Company D will have no drill to
night." The latter item is tho correct
"Poor Dick is gone, lie was a
devoted cyclist, wusn't ho?"
"Yea, indood: ho loff a will
stating that ho was to bo cromnted
and used to help out on our new
cinder path." Louisville Courier
Journal. Thoro seonis to bo somo blight
atlecting tho bloom of tho beauti
ful Punciaua llegia this season,
for of all the trees in tho city but
fow have blossoms enough to at
tract attontion. Tho ono on Hotel
street next to tho Arlington is a
notablo exception, and m con
sequonco is a source of wonder
and delight to visitors who havo
never boforo seen this troo in
bloom. King Bros, havo made
several excellent sketches in oil
and wator colors of this subject,
which aro mooting with lvady
tii'KiiiM'i:.m:M' iiiiown iioiuis
to i-MMi'i.im: ir s ox,
i.-tr.iify-i'iw .ni-n i:iiiiuri! m me
JSonrrvoli' oil It Ciiiiiiri'llilK I'lpn
l,lnc-'iinV'v.i::-' I'.d I itipui
A representative of this paper
visited tho now reservoir now bo
ing conBtrucu'd . at the head of
Huckeld street, abow tho Jlore
tatiiu otre t pumping station, a
day or two since, and through the
com;tey of Superintendent An
drew Brown is enabled to presont
somo facts in connection with
tho work now being dono.
The excavation for tho reservoir
iB fully completed with tho ex
ception of scaling off or leveling
tho Uoor, which will be done after
tho wall is completed. Tlio basin
is oval in shap', being
about 1C0 feet long by
100 wido. . When completed it
will have a depth of fifteen feet
and will hold 1,150,000 gallons of
wator, equal to about hnlf tho
daily needs of the main portion
of tho city. Tho main wall of the
reservoir is of stone, obtained
from the hill abpvo and dumped
into tho excavation with littlo or
no linndliug. Somo delay waB
experienced at first in getting
this stono out fast enough but tho
difficulty has beon overcomo and
moro stone masons will soon bo
added to tho presont force. Tlio
wall boing constructed varies
somewhat in thickness according
to the nature of tho ground bo
hind it, tho whole spaco being
carefully filled up with masonry.
Whon tho roportor was at tho
sceno the wall had been built
three or four foot high all round
tho resorvoir. Inside tho stono
wall is a single layer of brick all
round. Tho floor will bo leveled
off and concreted and tho whole
will then bo coated with n heavy
layer of comont.
Tho Punchbowl resorvoir will
differ from tho others in that it
will havo n corrugated iron roof,
thereby keopiug tho wator both
clean and cool. It can bo filled
either from tho Nuuanu pipes or
from the pumping station at Bero
tania Btreots. Tho pumps of tho
lattor aro powerful enough to fill
this reservoir in about live hours.
Superintendent IJrowu expects to
have tho reservoir completed in
ton woolcs or threo montliB at tho
With this now aid to tho city's
wator supply, tho residents of tho
uppor Punchbowl slopes will ro-
coivo wator at all times instead ot
only at night and Bomi-occasiounl-ly
as at presont. All the people
living below tho lovol of tho ro
sorvoir will bo supplied there
from, leaving tho full force of tho
Nuuanu Btream for tho people
Tho now rosorvoir will also ro
liovo the present pressure on tho
Makiki well, tho pumps of which
often havo to run till 9 and 10
o'clook at night boforo tho resor
voir fills up. With both rosor
voirB in uso Suporintondont
Brown expects to supply tho town
aud leavo both resorvoiis full at (5
o'clock oach evoning by running
tho pumps uino houra per day.
At present tho Borotania strcot
pumps aro boing runtwelvo hours
daily, ovor two million gallons of
wator boing pumped into tho
mains in that time.
Questioned as to whether ho
had over offorod mon work at less
than a dollar a day,Mr.Brown em
phatically replied, "No, sir, a man
who will work for loss than a dol
lar a day is no good and I dou't
want him. Hero iB ray pay roll
for tho 15th of this month. You can
soo for yourself what wages are
boing paid in my dopartmont."
Mr. Brown thou wont through
tho pay roll, a synopsis of winch
is horo givon. On tho building
of the rosorvoir thoro is ono super
intendent or bo6s, John Cardon,
who rocoivoB $7 por day: two
J whito brick-layers at $0 por day,
five Portuguese stone inasoiiB at
$2 por day and six Portuguese aud
Bix native laborers at $1 por day.
Tho laborers employed in tho
quarry above get $1 per day and
thoso doing tho blasting receive
$1.25. Thoy aro equally divided
between Portuguese aud natives.
There aro thiityspvon mon em
ployed in laying tho pipe line !
connecting the now reservoir with
tho pumping station, all of whom
aro natives. Tho pay roll shows
that $-1.00 per day is paid to the
foreman, $;i.00 aud $2.50 to thoso
directly employed in laying the
pipes and $1.00 to ordinary,
Suporintondont Brown thinks
that tho wages paid by his depart
ment according to tho showing
mado above will compare favor
ably with any othor placo in tho
Ramsoy and Charlock aro iu
Uated with fun to bo discharged
at tho drill shed tomorrow ovon
ing. juniri hy jornc;s.
A limit ii Double niorlu'igc-lTIuttprs In
Louisa Fornaudes petitions for
lottors of administration to J. M.
Camara Jr. on tho estate of her
lato husband, Qfierino Fornaudes,
consisting of a houso and lot nt
Makiki valued at $3000. Also,
that tho same porson bo appointed
guardian of her minor children.
BrucoWaringitCo. havo entered
an action against J. O. Latio, ad
ministrator of tho estate of tho lato
W. C. Lano, for $500 commission
on tho sale of laud in Koolauloa.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co. has
brought, a bill for foreclosure
against Julia Kahuikon, assignee of
a mortgage made by J.W. Pn,who
is dead, to S. B. Dole. Tho mort
gago was lor land in Kohala, Ha
waii, and laud at Kaneoho, Oahu.
Tho corporation complaining al
leges that it bought tho Kohala
land from Pii, aud on his promiso
to roleaso tho mortgage paid the
full purchaso prico of $1000. It
sots forth that if tho dofendaut
would forecloso tho niortgago on
tho Kaneoho land, sho would re
alize enough to roleaso tho mort
gage ou tlio Kohala laud, instead
of which sho is advertising tho
Kohala property under foreclos
ure. Complainant prays that de
fendant bo restrained from furthor
proceedings on that lino, and bo
ordered to forecloso on tho Knno
oho land and out of tho proceeds
pay tho Koha'a mortgage.
Judge Carter has granted tho
petition of Albert K. Nawahi to
havo his fathor, Joseph Nawahi,
appointed as his guardian. Na
wahi for potitionor.
b. K. Aki lias been appointed
by Judgo Cartor as administrator
of tho estate of Pilipo Kakituilo
k., undor $250 bond. Kuno for
petitioner, Kaulia for ono of tho
Judgo Cartor has appointed
Georgo Rodiek as administrator
of the ostato of Achow, lato of
Wailuku, under $1800 bond.
Edings for potitionor.
In Charles B. Poor vs. Iloury
Smith, administrator of tho estato
of Houuakaha, tho defendant by
his attorneys, Castle, Humphreys
and Kane, haB filed pleas in
abatement, rolyiug upon tho
statute of limitations, iiIbo non
claim and fraud.
"Clubs aro trumps" in tho Min
strels' nrouram. Fiuney will
swing thorn with his oyes blind
folded. AVliy lliivo Yon
Been strlelien with disease wlillo your nils;h
hor escaped, or vice-versa ? Both were alike
exposed, hut In ouu caso the disease gunns
found lodgement In the Impure blood aud
uealceneU system, wlillo In the other the
blood was Kept puru by Hood's Sarsap.irilla,
and tho body uiwln a condition of Komi
Hood's Vn.1.3 are purely vegetable and do
not puri;o, pain or grip. Sold by all druggists.
Tomorrow ovening Co. D. Miu
strolB will positively mako thoir
last appoaranco. Lot everybody
go and givo tho boys a rousing
THE TRIBUNE CYCLISTS
i:mi:hi-aim:ii uir.ut tkaini:k at
A MJAt; L,AT NMJIIT.
'Ihc Trlliiinr U'lKM Imrii slum Ilntc
Crnrler (lint Thoy Appreciate
HI SPrtlci'x TIioho Preiciit.
The ni9inbnrs of the Tribune
Bicycle Team showed their appre
ciation of tho efforts of their
trainer, David Crozior, in thoir
bohalf by inviting him to bo
presont at a luau gotten up in his
honor last evening at GittO. Tho
feast took placo on tho lanai of
tho residence of E. R. Hendry,.
Esq., which was appropriately
decorated for tho occasion. Wheel
men bolonging to tho other teams
woro also invited, Mr. Hendry be
ing the only non-rider presont.
The affair was a most oujoyablo
ono, and thoro was tho usual feast
of reason and 11 ow of soul as
well as tho feast and flow of other
good things, which occupied until
nearly 8 o'clock in their discus
sion. Thoso presont woro:
Hay Wodohou8e,L.M7 Vetlesen,
RubyDoxtor, P. Lishman, T. V.
King, Geo. Martin, E. Borgor,
Frod Iaukea, F. Damon, Geo.
Angus, W. Lylo, W. Harris,
Ohas. Crane, L. C. Clemont,
Davo Crozior, E. R. Hendry,
Harry Wilder, D. II. Hitchcock.
Munition ol Victoria' Itcls".
Tho statoment mado in our
columns tho othor tiny that tho
Victorian reign will "in a month or
so" have lasted longer thau that
of any other English sovereign is,
a correspondent points out, not
quite accurate. Ueorge 111 ns
conded the throne October 25,
17G0, and died January 29,1820, his
reign having lasted fifty-nine years
anil ninety-six days. Tho Quoon's
reign began on Juno 20, 1837,
and will roach tho equal period of v
fiftyuino years and ninety-six days
on Thursday, September 2i. Tho
25th will thoreforo(or perhaps pro-
forably Saturday, tho tJGth; be tho
appropriate day for colubrating,
as wo hopo to do, a reign which
will then havo excoeded all others
in duration, as it has already done
in glory and importance. This
calculation ib correct if wo tako
all years as equal. If we reckon
tho number of days the term
would be roached two days earlier,
siuco the extra 29th of February
only occurred thirteen times in
tho reign of Georgo III, he having
commonced it after that date iu
17(50, and died boforo it in 1820,
whilo ho missed ono of tho series
owing to tho occurreuco of tho
century year 1800. In tho present
reign tho extra day has occurred
fifteen times. Westminster
Tho Niiinlliax l'ntlollln.
At 2 o'clock Dr. Day iu forms
tho Bulletin that thoro uro but
threo casos of varioloid at tho
Quarantino station, nil doing well.
Tho supposed fourth caso was a
falso alarm, tho symptoms of tho
disoaso having disappeared.
Off fur the Volcuim
Tho list of passengers booked
for tho volcano by tho Kinau up
to noon included W. H. Lowers,
Robert Lowers, J.L. Dumas, Miss
Do Wolf, Mrs. Carter, Miss May
Giles, Mrs. II. Giles and tho
Stokes party of six.
A Lodging houso of 15 rooms
beautifully furnished, good lease,
and eontrally located. This is
unquestionably tho best bargain
in tho city of its kind.
A. V. Gear.
Rofined aud puugbut local hits
at tho MinBtrols tomorrow even
Russian railways huvo lotlios'
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