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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 189G.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
. T. WATERHOUSE
There is always an oppor
tunity to pick up bargains in
a Department Store like ours
because there are so many
odds and ends that have to be
got rid of in order to make
room for now goods. Wo arc
constantly bringing out into
tho sunlight pieces that attract
the cyo of tho buyer. Some
times there are pieces that do
not meet road7 purchasers.
Those are the things which
have to be cut in two in price.
Our stock of Haviland ware
has been culled over so uften
that it does not present as
handsome appearance now as
it will when tho now goods
arrive. Plenty of the old stock
left for those who want odd
bits at a quarter off regular
prices. Tho patterns are right
if the prices are what you need
to fill up your set or to uo in
serving a course dinner.
Asparagus Dishes, Mustard
Cups, Toast Racks, After Din
ner Cofl'ees, Mush Sets and
Plates. White Haviland bes
quality cheaper than you ever
saw it. Our patterns are all
"stock." We sell you a single
piece or a full set.
J. T. WATE
Retail Their . . .
. . . Large Stock
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
SHIRTING ...a SHEETING
QUILTS and TABLE
, r COVERS,
SERGES and LAWNS,
SILK RIBBONS, Etc.
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ij Cure DYSPEPSIA,
I Cure CONSTIPATION,
I Cure SICK HEADACHE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good tor the Stomach,
Good tor the Liver,
Good tor the Bowels.
THERE ARE HO OTHER PILLS
SO COOP AS
Highest Awards at tho Vorld'3
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
3olo AgeutH far tbe Republic of Hawaii.
LEWEBS & OQQKE
Movo3 itflelf nbout yourLnwn. Travels
in a straight lino or a circle Stops autom
atically. Hot for any length of hoso.
ITiT No such Sprinkler has over been
placed on tho market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,.
Tort Street, ... - Tolcphouo 20.
Sale is Over!
Hut I am Bellini; nil of my
stock of jrood crv clii-an.
My ppeclaltiei) for tills
week aro , . , .
Silk Crepes --
Robinson lllock Hotel strict.
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
There aro G Lots at Waiki
ki, lying on the Waikiki sido
of Kalia Road for sale, about
11 G feet makai of Waikiki
Those lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
3? For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 1896. 384-lm
Mtf.. t t-ii - -
WORSHIPED AS A WINNER
tiik piun'ce of wAlus a kino or
1.03'itl Demonstration I'Ichkc the
Queen Tlioiluh M10 Detent Home
ltncliiK-Eniiiemr IVIIIInm'ii Ji.
In tho "Loudon Chat" oE tho
Now Zealand llornld tho follow
ing spicy romnrks nppear:
A cynic would find abundant
provocation to Buulunio ninth in
tho fact that tho winning of a
horso ruco by tho Princo of Wales
Bhould havo pent tlio bulk of tho
British population into transports
of wild joy. Perhaps it dooa seem
just n triflo childish. But, after
all, masses of peoplo aro very like
children, and a small thing rouses
them to gleo or rago. So it was
when tho ox-Froraier won two
successivo Dorbies: so it has boon
this year whon tho 'blue ribbon of
tho turf O horrible trite phrase!
has fallen to thoHoir-Appnreut.
Tho peoplo rojoico, and aro ex
Anything liko tho scene of en
thusiasm on Epsom Downs whon
the result wns known, and when
tho Prince proudly lod the winner
to tho saddling enclosure, has
never boforo boon witnessed in
England. It raised tho mere
sport into historic importance, bo
causo it voiced tho true public feel
ing of hearty loyalty to tho Mon
archy. A Now Zealaudor who
was present remarked to mo that
ho would not havo missed tho
sceuo for all Jhojwas worth, and
that its memory would dwoll with
him so long as his life lasted.
On what I boliovo to bo cood
authority I hear that tho Prince
has won handsomely in point of
cash as well as porting fame, and
that his pocuuiary winnings will
como in with particular accept
abloness just now. Also I hear
that the Duko of York won a far
larger Bum than his father, and
that ho will bo much relieved in
mind thereby. For oven royalty
is hard pressed sometimes in thoso
days of lavish show and oxponso,
and it does not do to soem poor.
I bolievo the Yorks find it all thoy
can do to keep up tho appoar
nucoa expected by tho public and
yet to mako both ends meet. And
tho Heir Apparent has his special
outlets for coin of tho realm. So,
altogether, this great win has
been a trobly welcome event.
It is said that tho Qucon is not
nt all plensed with her sou's suc
cess. She dotOBts horso-raciug,
and doubly dotosts betting. Ilonco
she grieves that hor sou should
by this groat triumph havo dono
so much to populariso still fur
ther what she deems a hateful
vico. Her Majesty would havo
greatly preferred to hour that her
Hoir-Apparont had received so
sovero and wholesome a lesson on
tho ovHb of horse-racing and bet
ting as to disgust him uttoily and
koop him clear of both thence
forward. But this was not to bo.
On tho othor hand, 1 mn told that
Ilor Majesty was pleased in spito
of horsolf to read of tho tremen
dous enthusiasm with which hor
son's success was hailed by tho
nation. That is only natural.
Also 1 hear that tho Princess of
Wales, who hae hitherto rather
voxod hor husbaud by hor luok of
all interest in tho turf, showed on
this occasion quite unexpected do
light at tho Prince's victory, and
that ono happy offeet has beon a
closer rapprochement than has
somotimos existed. So that is all
When tho Priucp and Princess
mado their public entry into East
Loudon on Saturday thoy had,
porhaps, tho most tumultously
cordial reception thnt oven thoy
ovor experienced. Tho crowd
was composed exclusively of what
aro called tho Mowor orderB,' yot
nothing could oxcoed its orderli
ness and gouuiuo rapturo at tho
presonco not meroly of royalty,
but of successful sporting royalty.
Most of tho triumphal niches and
special banners boro rofoionces to
irtiffi - ai - r in ii " 1 jr 1 rm --ui,"'r-' hAt - -
the Priuco'e rocont victory nt
Ep.sotn." Had Porsimmon himself
been also preBont I really fear tho
public joy would havo been too
much for tho good people, and
that tlicy would havn gone off
theii In ii-Ih nltogcthur !
Here is another absurd instnnco
of the association between sport 1
and pn'dic feeling. Tho Kaiser's j
new yacht, Moteir, has beaten tho .
Prince' of Wiili-b" hitherto tinnoii-
quercd Britaunin into a cocked
hat. The Em pet or is so much
delighted that ho has nont a
gushing tolegram about blood bo
ingthicuer than -water, etc., and a
positive lovival of good feeling
ifw"!i England and Geinmny
seem likely to result from this
game of play between two of
their respective personalities. By
such trifles is tho fato of tho world
had a Miiuow r,soii:.
a II I K
Yestorday evening about (
o'clock James Olds. Ji wont to
tho Kukui streot residonco of tho
family and aftor denouncing tho
world in general announced his
intention of putting au end to his
existence. Ho carried out his in
tontiou by picking up a bottlo
containing poinon and swallowing
tho greater part of its contonts.
Tho poison would not assimilato
with tho sundry fluids which tho
young man had been imbibing
and iustead of killing him caused
him only a 60voro attack oE vomit
ing, which saved his life. A phy
sician was summoned aud ho was
soon out of danger.
Olds has been drinking more
than was good for him and during
yestoiday was ventilating his real
and fancied grievances ovor fami
ly"" troubles to several of his
friends, in the course of which
conversation ho threatened to put
an end to his existonco, but always
qualified tho assertion with tho
throat to "do up" soveral of his
fancied enomies boforo ho finished
his own job.
The marriage of Mrs. May
Honner to Senator Hocking of
Maui took placo at St. Androw's
cathedral this afternoon nt 1
o'clock, Tiight Rov'il Bishop
"Willis officiating. Aftor tho cere
mony tho nowly-wedded couple
drove to the rosidouco of Dr. Her
bert whoro a number of friends
woro gathered to offer thoir con
gratulations. Just beforo 2 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Hocking woro
driven to tho Alamoda, on which
they took passago for San
Francisco, with tho intention of
spending a few mouths in tho
At Tliaruna Siinurc.
Tho governmont band will give
another moonlight concert nt
Thomas square this evening, com
mencing at 7:30. Tho following
program has beon arranged:
Overturn Pint and I'comnt Snppo
Hutilu-- Cnrmun lllct
belectlon 11 tionnninuula Hclllnl
Mll.lol, I'll 11 OI111I11. HIM no mu A'u.
Mi ilkv Plantation Sons Coiiloi no
Quadrille Paul Jones Plnuquutto
Wnltss-- I.ucrtlli Fulirbnik
Polka bijutyte M annoy
The Alphik "Iliiiitiiiliif: Illril."
This is tho name of a now
"baby" cream soparator latoly in
troduced to tho Island trado by
tho Hawaiian Hardware Compa
ny agents for tho Do Laval Sopa
rator Company. Thoso machines
aro now in almost universal
creamery or factory uso tho world
ovor, and in tho past fow years
tho dairy or "Baby" sizes havo
almost nB completely revolutioniz
ed general dairying hb had the
largor machines previously tho
Beautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island viows at King
Bros. Every prominent point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho best of our
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THE BOARD OF HEALTH
1'iiooi:i:dinc:s or tiik session
iii:m vi.sn:itiAY afti:knoo.n.
Are I.lulil Wi:iilril fur the ttlinratl-
tine Million-rropoM'ri t'reimiiir
I)r W001I nn IMItrntlon.
Tho members of tho Bouid of
Health mot yesterday afternoon
in rogular session, and tho routine
reports wro received nud ap
proved. A roport was received from
Superintendent Meyer of tho
Leper Settlomont suggesting that
tho proposed colTeo shop at tho
Bottloment should bo run by duly
licensed parties under bond rather
than by tho Board.
President W. O. Smith dis
agreed with Mr. Meyer because
a licanso would havo to bo grant
ed for a year and in case of
troublo with tho holder it could
not bo revoked under that time.
It was finnlly dotormined to havo
Mr. Mover send ovor the names
of three persons, ono at Kalawao
and two at Kulaupnpn, who would
make good mnuagers of coireo
It was ordored that in reply to
n letter from Dr. Bond of Kohala
ho bo notified that it is not
part of tho duty of a covornmont
physician to examiuo and grant
certificates of health to pupils of
privato scnools and thnt thoro ib
no settled fee in such cases.
Dr. Wood entertained tho Board
with a description of tho courso of
procedure followed in Japan in
tho matter of granting licenses
to physiciaiiB to prnctico medi
Discussion on mattors connect
ed with tho quarantine station lod
to tho executive officer of tho
board being instructed to inquire
into the cost of a furnnco to pro
vide hot water for bathing pur
poses. Tho request of Superin
tendent McVoigh for two or threo
urc lights at tho stution was also
roforrod to Mr. Reynolds to confer
with tho superintendent of tho
olectrio light plaut..
Sections of tho law relating to
tho registration of births, deaths
and inarriajjos woro ordered print
ed for distribution to physicians
and olorgymen throughout tho
The president brought up a
proposition for tho establishment
of a cromntory for disposing of
tho bodies of thoso who died of
infections disease's at tho quaran
tine stntion and Dr. Eldredgo of
Yokohama will bo requested to
furnish plans nud estimates there
for. A communication was received
from Dr. Eldredgo, under dnto of
July 31st, giving statistics of var
ious infectious diseases prevalent
in tho Japanese empiro.
Dr. "Wood introduced tho sub
ject of wator filtration ns practiced
in Hongkong and nrguod in favor
of tho adoption of a similnr plan
for tho Nuuanu stroam wator sup
ply. Tho doctor wants tho Nuu
anu wntor conducted to tho top of
Punchbowl aud then filtered and
iiv nn: Ai..nii:iiA.
J.uto t'olonlitl mill Uniern! Nawn from
Tho first train upon tho Siber
ian railway has arrived at Tomsk.
Tho Houso of Lords has passed
tho socond reading of tho Encou
ragomout of Light Railways bill.
It is proposed by the Financo
Ministor of Now Zealand to
borrow a million pounds ($3,000,
000) for public works.
Judge "Williams of Victoria,
Australia, has beon nomiuntod to
Secretary Chamborlnin for n mem
bor of tho Judicial Cominitteo of
tho Privy Council, tho highest
court of nppoal in tho British Em
pire James Edward Fitzgerald, Au-ditor-Clonoral
of Now Zealand,
died August 2, aged 78 years.
- "':J,iirVifAf n,f mM'.ft""''T'I"i,.V1iW
His favorito occupation in private
life was that of a journalist. H
was a brilliant legislator in Inn
Tho Labor party of Victoria
has adopted 11 program that in
cludes the referendum, enfran
chisement of nomads, registration
to bo only a Parliamentary quali
fication, elective Miuistriea, and
tho abolition of tho Legislative
From uiiiptiucxs at lust proviouK
accounts tho municipal treasury
has S81G on hand.
Tho Gorman warships Falko and
Bussnrd and tho British Goldfinch
woro at Apia on tho 8th.
Tho Snmoa Times has on arti
cle on a local girls' collego, instead
of a political disquisition, in its
issue of August 8. This is some
An ordiauco has beon adopted
by tho Apia Municipal Council to
put a limit of 14. days in morry-go-round
licenses nnd mako them
pay 25 por cout on gross returns.
It is proposed to post the town
with notices to tho effect thai
Hindoo peddlers aro requested to
steor clear of our shores. Briefly
they aro not wanted unleBB ns
shilling a day ninn for rond con
struction purposes. So says tho
.Mom: Hoititaus in cnirrE.
Austria desiroB that tho control
of Croto shall apply equally to the
Turks ant Cretans.
Tho Embassi"S are iiiBistino-
that tho Porto Bball pormit tho
refugees at Canon, who aro chiefly
women, to leave tho islauds.
Ton thousand Moslems sacked
Horakliou, and many of tho in
habitants woro killed.
Tho Governors aro powerless to
prevent outrages, and a gonoral
massacre of tho Christians is
A thousand loft tho place oh
Tho warship Hood nnd tho
Frouch cruiser Liuois have Bailed
Five hundred Moslems- havo
taken refuge in mosques in Croto,
nnd many aro said to bo in a etato
of starvation. A raid on tho
Christians is feared.
Fivo thousand Moslems anr
rounded tho Hotaklion gate, nnd
tho Governor, in endeavoring to
pacify thorn, was dragged from
Ilia horso and Bovoroly maltreated.
ANAltCHY IN CHINA.
News received at Sydney by
steamer from China Btatos that
rumors of robollion como from
all parts of the Empire. Tho
Miatohes, aboriginal savages, havo
riBon in Ucochuon, and committed,
n number of outrnges, and it is
boliovod they will form a junction
with tho Mahommedans, who are
at presont marching in a south
Knnsu, ovor since the war with
the Chinese, has been iu astoto of
foment, ns tho pooplo nro dissa
tisfied with tho Governors and the
rulers of the country. Tho posi
tion on tho borders of Chaulung
aud KauBU is very serious. Tho
natives havo rison ngainst tho
Mandarins, several villages havo
beon captured and tho iuhabit'inU
During tho rising in Formosa
against tho Japanese, Ollis, n
well-known Hongkong merchant,
The auti-foioigu inovomont is
ngain vory pronounced, and is
bringing about a reuownl of ont
rogos on missionaries. Ono lady
has boon abducted from ono ol
tho stations near Shanghai. Many
French missions havo been de
stroyed, tho pooplo scattered
about, nud two killed.
1 A Correction.
An item appeared with some
words missing in the court news
yestorday, which is now given
Tin Po Apa vs. Hon Clwni et. nl.
Ejectment. Jury waived. On
trial. Macoou & Edings lor
pluiutiff; W. R. Cnstlo for defen
dant but not present.
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