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that with tho exception of one
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suffering as 1 did.
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Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
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atically. Hot for any length of hose.
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LEWERS & C00KE,
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but I am sclllnt' all of my
Block of coo Jo very cheap.
My specialties for tills
week u ro . . , .
STRAW HATS I
Robinson lilock, Hotel street.
During Mr. Boarilnian's absouco, Mr.
EwiiiRWill havo charge of my books and
nttond to nil collections. He can bo found
either at Mr. Boardmnu's oflico at Ogura &
Co.'s or at my ofUoo.
335-tf DIt. HEJU3ERT;
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
tlKWHAN IMltON kii,m:ii IN A
Tho I'rcftlilcntlnl Contest SiilNl.nr.y
on rliltrntlnii-ItoniN from,
tiii: i'ni:.si3r:.MiAi. t:tNri:ir.
Boed has spoken nt Portland,
McKinley will not speak in tlio
. Senator Allison will spoak in
Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota and
Tho Populists insist on Wat
son's name staying on tho ticket
Genornl Shornian oponod tho
campaign in Ohio, protection bo
ing his thoino.
Gold clauses in contracts, leases,
notes, etc., aro becoming tho regu
lar thing in tho East.
Gold Democrats' oE Now York
will hold n Slato convention at
Syracuse on Monday, 31st inst.
At Poughkoopsio, N. Y., Brynu
was asked by a man iu the crowd,
"How nro you for workingmon ?"
In reply tho caudidato told tho
quostionor ho should judgo be
tween tho parties for himself,
study tho issues nnd, when ho
found but what his duty was, do
UNITED NT A TES.
The coasting stjmnor St. Paul
is a stranded wreck nenr Monto
Chicago clubman will try to cot
Li Hung Chang to stop over a
couplo of days iu their city.
Father Martinolli has boon ap
pointed to succeed Cardinal
Satolli as npostolio dologato to
tho United States.
Professor F. Nicholls Crouch',
author of "Kathleen Mavourneon,"
died at Portlaud, Mo., suddenly
on August 18, aged 88 years.
Tho nineteenth annual meeting
of tho American Bur Association
opeuod at Saragota on tho 19th.
liaron ltussoll,Lord Chief Justico
of England, wus greeted with ap
plause when lie entered.
Treasury statement, August 19:
Availablo cash balauco, $210,891,
077; gold reservo, $104,(iS3,118.
Tho Treasury today lost S153J00
in gold coin and 813,000 in bars,
which leavos tlio truo amount of
tho reservo $101,301,051.
Silver reached tho lowest figuro
for some timo in Now York on
tho 19th. when commercial bars
pold at 05 cents. Lator they ral
lied, and closed at G5;f cents. Mex
ican silver dollars also declined,
reaching 51 conts from 53 cents.
President Cleveland was to re
ceive Li Hung Chang at Gov
ernor's Island on tho 29th. Tho
Ohineso Viceroy will visit Grant's
tomb and Niagara Falls. John
Bussoll Young, ex-Minisler to
China, will entertain him at Phi
ladelphia. Wall stroot is agitated by tho
news of actual preparations for
the early importation of $2,000,
000 in gold and by Btatemonts
that this action would foreshadow
an inflow of tho yellow metal on
an extensive scale, the estimates
ranging from $15,000,000 to $25,
000,000. Miss Gortrudo Vanderbilt is
acting as peacemaker in tho fami
ly, to reconcilo Cornelius her
father and Cornelius her brothor,
ovor tho lattor'8 recent marriage.
It was reported that tlio young
couplo would attend tho wedding
of Gortrudo and Harry Payno
Whitnoy at Newport on tho 25th
Miss Mary Abigail Dodgo (Gail
Hamilton) died at her homo at
Hamilton, Mass., at 9 o'clock p.
m. August 17 from tho effects of a
stroke of paralysis received tho
proyious day. She was 00 years of
age, and tho author of many
works. When Abiguil Dodge woa
first striokon, more than a year
ago, Kato Fiold, her life-long
friend, wroto a memorial tribute,
intended for publication aftor tho
death of Miss Dodgo. Strangely
enough, Miss Dodgo survived her
frier d, who died unexpectedly in
the Hawaiian islands last spring.
Thonins Davaney, Irish politic
al priBiouor, was "released from
Portland prison ou tho 17th inst.
Nationalist demonstrations in
behalf of the release of political
prisoners caused sorao rioting in
Dr.Nunson, the Arctic explorer,
hns returned to Deumark, having
failed to reach tho North Pole.
His next st tempt will bo with
sledges from Franz-Josef Lnnd.
The Irish, 'faction tight is iu
oiTitM!i; in bitterness. Tim Ilea
ly and Mr. Murphy have denounc
ed John Dillon iu Dublin, caus
ing exciting scenes on the streets.
Vittoria Emanuel, Priuco of
Naplos, oldest son and heir appa
rent to tho King of Italy, is bo
trothed to Princess Holono of
Montenegro, the third daughtor of
tho reigning Prince of Monte
negro. Baron Moritz Curt von Zodt
witz was killed on tho 18th inst.,
at tho IpIo of Wight, iu a col
lision betwoeuEmporor William's
yacht Meteor and Zedtwitz' yacht
Isolde. A coroner's jury found
that nobody was to "blame. Baron
von Zedtwitz, whilo German Min
ister to Mexico, was married in
Washington to Miss Lena Cald
well, an American heiress. Tho
wrecked yacht was built by tho
Horreshoffs of Now York for
Prince Leopold of Prussia.
8ALIBBUHY AND AMUTltATION.
Upon being installed as Lord
Warden of tho Cinque Ports, tho
Martinis of Salisburv nindn rn-
marks in favor qf arbitration
which .havo received glowing
eulogiums from tho press.
Tho Pall Mall Ga'etto cniielndns
a column leading article with tho
following remark: "Mr. Balfour's
aud the Marquis of Salisbury's
arbitration statements havo caus
ed unfeigned satisfaction to thou
sands of members of our common
Anglo-Saxon stock, on both
sides of tho Atlantic."
Tho St. Jam.tja Gazette says tho
country will receive tho arbitra
tion news with tho greatest satis
faction, but rofusos to boliovothat
tho Marquis of Salisbury will "bo
so feeble as to yield to Socrotary
Oluey's demand for tho inclusion
of the settled districts of Venezu
ela in the arbitration schomos."
Tho Globe, whilo completely
indorsing tho arbitration move
ment, remarks: "Tho now ar
rangement, whatever its details,
should certainly defino in tho
most exact terms, those cases
which lio within and without tho
rOLITICS IN GPtMANY.
Berlin newspapers continue to
comment in sovoro torms upon tho
dismissal of General BrouBurt von
Schollondorif, tho Prussian Min
ister of War. Tho National Zeit
ungsays: Several leading Gon
orals havo rofusod the post vacated
by General von Schollondorff.
Tho Vossischo Zoituug says:
Tho absenco of a stable govern
ment must be of groat detriment,
so far as Germany's foroign rela
tions aro concerned. No foroign
Bovoroign or statesman will bo
willing to begin important nego
tiations with u chancollor likoly
to bo removed at any moment.
The Leipsic Nousten Nachrich
ton publishes an articlo insisting
that Chancellor Hohonloho lms
actually resigned. It asserts,
howovor, that Emperor William
had mado an earnest plea asking
the Chancellor to romain in oilico
until after tho Czar's visit.
Tho eclipse of tho suu on Aug
ust 9 waB observed from tho dock
of tho steamship Ohio off tho Isl
and of Stot, Norway. Tho sky
was absolutely cloudless and tho
atmosphoro clear. Tho totality
was perfect. Its duration was 1
min. 35 sees.
Spain is threatened with a re
volt in tho Philippine islands.
Tho Italian cruiser Cristoforo
Colombo has arrived at Bio Janeiro.
Four thousand men aro on
striko at Buouos Ayrcs for an
eight hour day.
A mountain of rich gold quartz,
extending two loagues, has boon
discovered iu Peru.
The Dominion Parliament
opened on tho 19th. There waB
the largest attendance ovor had,
both of members and spectators.
Premier Laurior proposed J. D.
Edgar for Spoakor.
An American syndicate has of
fered tho Argentine republic $150,
000,000 in silver in exchange for
8100,000,000 iu bonds payabio in
gold at '1 por cent interest with a
half per cent added as a sinking
THE rMNCE ilOHHED.
Priuco Louis of Savoy, Duko of
Abruzzi, and a party of olllcers
and some of tho crow of tho Ita
lian warship Christoforo Colom
bo, wore attacked in tho streets o
Valparaiso on tho lGth oE last
month by a Chilean mob, and
would havo met with violouco
such as did tho men of the Unitod
States cruiser Baltimoro had not
somo of tho Italians been armed,
thus enabling them to stand oif
tho mob until tho police came to
Tho Prince was hurried into a
storo out of harm's way. Several
of tho Boameu woro struck with
stones and some knocked down
with clubs. They fought back,
f lulled thoir knives, which they
uckily had with them, nnd hold
tho mob at bay until a body of
police camo charging down tho
street. Tho mob soon scattered.
A number of arreBts woro mado.
Tho Chilean authorities lost no
time iu hurrying an apology to
Prince Louis. Every reparation
was promised. Tho affair waB
Bpokon of as "disgraceful and ono
which would cause every truo
Chiloan to blush." The Colombo'8
crow was not UBcd up very badly,
nud as tlioro were commercial ad
vantages to bo obtainod for thoir
countrymen tho Italians ugrecd to
accopt the apologies.
THE UNSPEAKABLE TUItK.
A telegram from Tarrisa, Greece,
says that tho Turkish troops havo
massacred oighty oltl men, women
ami cJiiluron in tlio villages ot
Trambuuo and Komino, Macedo
nia. A deputy from Candia repre
sents tho situation in Creto as
Turks dony stories of outrages
Beckford Smith, who hns como
out as an agont for the English
nnd Amoricaus who subBoribed
the Cretan fund, has passed Boti
mo on his way to Candia. Ho
says ho has X700 to begin on,
and more to como. Mouoy is
needed with an urgoucy that few
who have not soon tho misery can
realizo. Many peoplo nro spend
ing much monoy in sending rifles
nud ammunition to the people.
What tho peoplo want is bread,
Tho Porto has received news
that 12,000 rifles havo been land
ed in Creto, ns well as a uumbor
of Greek officers, among whom is
tho aid-do-camp of tho Duko of
Tho Bulgarian Government has
notified tho Turkish Government
that unless tho latter appoints
delegates to a frontier commission
by a certain date, Bulgarian
troops, will be orderod to rcoccu
py tho positions recontly occupiod
by Turkish soldiers on territory
Tho Sultan is said to bo talking
nbout asking Bulgaria to pay tho
tributo prescribed by tho Berlin
treaty, of which arrears for sovon
toon years aro duo.
TIIK CllllAN H'AIt.
Spain will buy tho cruiser Gari
baldi built at Gouoa, said to bo tho
most porfoct cruiser afloat. The
War ib costing Spain $300,000
A manifesto olforing induce
ments to tho Spanish soldiors to
como ovor to tho Cubans is boing
distributed among tho govornmont
troops and copioB havo boon sent
to Spaiu for distribution among
tho soldiors destined for Cuba.
Coiifinttcti' on Sth Pinje.
WILL CALL AT HONOLULU
WHAT TIIK JAl!AXIM;.M):A.1ls:m
t'O.tll'ANY IN IHI.4J.
Ilrcuks n llitrt:iilii ultli Ksp Pacific
.Hull Strruiinlilp Oonipniiy ul Until
I'iiiIs mill the .Until If.
Some days ago the Bui.hEriN
gave an nccount of tho wny in
which tho leading steamship com
pany of Japan had dumped tho
Pacific Mail Company. From tho
San Francisco Bulletin of August
Id tho following further particu
lars on tho samo subject aro ob
tained. It will bo remembered
that tho principal roasnn given
for tho establishing of its otrn
lino to America by tho Japnneso
Co. was tho direct importation oE
raw cotton Eor tho Japaneso mills.
Nearly all oE tho cotton comes
from tho South, and has heretofore
been shipped via Liverpool on
account of high transcontinental
rates. A contract hns nlreadj
been closed between tho Nippon
Yuson Kaisha aud tho mills of
Osaka aud Tokio wherein it is
provided that a certain number of
bales of tho commodity must bo
transported to Japan by the.fitt'imi
ship company each yoar. Iron
will bo another item in the homo
ward freight of the lino. Extracts
from tho San Francisco Bulletin's
Tho desiro of Collis P. Hunt
ington to confor personally with
S. Asauo, president of tho Toyo
Yusen Kaisha, tho Japanese lino
of steamers, is cxplaiue'd by n
little document that is held by tho
railroad magnato, which papnr is
signed by tho Pacific Mail Steam
ship Company and tho Nippon
Yuson Kaisha, tho big Japanese
lino that has closed a deal with
"Jim" Hill of tho Great Northern
Though national in its charac
ter, backed by tho troasury of the
Mikado's realm and supported by
pearly all tho largo mills of Japan,
the Nippon Kaisha looks lightly
upon tho American system of
specified agreements, nnd haBseen
tit to completely dethrone Huht
iugton and dethrone Hill. King
James of tho Great Northern is
now busily ongnged in smiling iu
tho vicinity of his cuff button.
However, "ho who laughs last
laughs best." King Collis may
rogniu his scoptor.
A special contract has existed
for a number of years between the
Pacific Mail and the Nippon Yi
boii Kaisha. Tho Japanese line
agreed to furnish tho Paciiic Mail
all tho pnBsougor and freight trnf
fic it controls from Japan, China,
Siberia aud Coroa. Tho Pacific
Mail in return agreed to do no
coasting trado iu Japan, and to
turn ovor to tho Japaneso compa
ny all tho freight and passengers
it transports from tho United
States destined to Oriontul ports
outsido of Hongkong and Yoko
hama. Tho contract iu question
has not expired, nnd by tho with
drawal of the Nippon patronago
tho Pacific Mail will be loft minus
its Oriontal foedorB. It can now,
of course, run etenmors up and
down tho coasts of Japan and
China, but it would have to do bo
at a great loss. It is neither sub
sidized nor blessed with as cheap
holp ns is tho Nippon. Its posi
tion is truly n desperate one. An
other fact, tho Nippon Yusen
Kaisha hns furthor violatod its
agroomont nnd has promised
Hill that its ships will put into
To Bavo itsolf from commercial
annihilation the Pncifio Mail must
mako some sort of a deal with the
Toyo Yuson Kaisha, tho Nip
pon's rival. By offoring tho Toyo
overland traffic inducements n
combination may bo made which
will pormil tho Pacifio Mail, "O.
& O." and Toyo companies to
oporate in harmony, the latter
lino to act as a feeder for tho
Japaneso coast trado, and also as
Continued on 4th lwje.
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