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Vol. II. No. 39G.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1896.
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DR. SMITH'S INVENTION
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Telephone 2C0. ' P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
J. T. WATEBHOUSE
You've iicnrd us say that
ours is a department storo in
many ways. Wo -clo not sell
furniture but we sell nearly
everything else for use in the
.house. Nor docs our business
.stop there; wo sell everything
required in putting up a frame
house excopt the lumber, so
that with the exception of one
or two articles.
If you have built your homo
and need articles in hardware
for trimming, ours is the storo
to get them. If you contem
plate building you .will need a
hundred different articles in
shelf hardwaro; ours is tho
place to get them in the best
quality at lowest rates.
Our stock of shelf hardwaro
is complete in every detail.
There's not a thing omitted
for which there is a call and
the goods arc bought by us
so we may sell them cheap
and at a profit.
J. T. WATEBHOUSE
Retail Their . . .
. . Large1 Stock
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
SHIRTING nd SHEETING
QUILTS and TABLE
SERGES and LAWNS,
SILK RIBBONS, Etc.
Cure SICK HEADACHE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good for the Stomach,
Good for the Liver,
Good for the Bowels.
THERE ARE NO OTHER PILLS
SO COOP AS
Highest Awards at tho World'o
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents (or tho Bopublio ot Hawaii.
LEWEBS & GQOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves KhoU about yourLnwn. Travels
in n Htwight lino or a circle Stop autom
atically. Sot for any length of hoso.
13T No Hnch Sprinkler hna over been
placed on tho uiarkot before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & , COOKE,
- Telophono 20.
Sale is Over!
I!ut I am selllni: nil of my
stock of Koods very cheap.
My specialties for this
week aro , . .
Silk Crepes --
Robinson block, Hotel street.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
210 King stroot.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
AX AI.IUAL NAVWATION COMPANY
From Sun 1'rniiclnro to Nrw Ynrlt
Forty Hour" Air Hlilnii to Cnrrjr
Dr. Oharlos Abbott Smith of
Sau Francisco bolioves bo Imb
mot and overcome nil tho de
mands necessary for u voliiole
that may safely and successfully
navigate tho air.
The airship designed by Dr.
Smith is to be composed of alumi
num and will bo lifted by hydro
gon gas. Tho machinery required
to work tho different portious of
tho ship's apparatus is all in
practical use today in the work
shops of tho world.
Tho inventor has proscribed an
equitable plan whereby sufficient
working capital will bo supplied.
Tho number of shares already sot
apart and -undor bond for tho
working fund is 85,000; this is
nearly one-tenth of the number
of shares of tho capital stock.
The company has been called tho
Atlantic aud Pacifio Aerial Navi
gation Company, incorporated
August 10, 189G. Tho directors
are I. J. Tlirumau, G. T. Gaden,
Dr. O. A Smith, Edward Foster
and M. A. Terry. M. M. Esteo is
tho compauy's attorney. Tho
present ofiico of thu company is
in the Mills building.
It is contemplated to build a
ship of two tons burden and it is
expected to traverse tho continent
from ban b rnnciflco to JNew xork
in tho remarkably short timo of
Tho ship will bo cylindrical in
shape, 120 feet long and 39 foet
in diameter. Tho olid capacity of
a ship of this longth will bo 89,
000 cubic feet; this will give a
lifting powor of G230 pounds.
Tho total weight of the machiuo
is 2033 pounds, thus leaving 4173
pounds extra tho ship can carry
of dead weight. Ships may bo
made larger or smaller nt option;
tho cargo may bo passongors,mail
matter or express.
Tho requirements unusually set
forth for a successful airship aro:
First, buoyancy; second, powor to
move at will in either horizontal
or vertical directions, and third,
tho ability to laud without injury
to passongors or ship.
Tho airship's ability to rise has
been described. Its steering ap
paratus consists of a largo hori
zontal rudder, hinged to tho rear
end of the vessel, which being ele
vated or lowored will cause a cor
responding direction of tho vessel's
bow. Vortical rudders will act on
tho atmosphero in like mannor,
causing a side movement.
Tho third difficulty, that of easy
alighting and Bafoty, is overcome
by tho uso of immonBo wings, tho
horizontal rudder or tail und tho
propeller which gives the motive
powor. Tho broad propollor is to
bo run at such a speed as may be
nocessary to forco tho maohino
forward against tho air as it
pressos upon tho deflected wings,
tho final result produced by tho
throe portions of tho machinery
working in unison will bo tho set
tling down of tho ship aftoi its
nerial journey into tho slip pro
pared for its recaption.
It is tho dosiro of tho compauy
to secure tho co-operation of n
numbor of privato citizens; from
this body may bo selected inon
who aro financially iutoreBted in
tho concern to such an oxtont as
will qualify them to tako positions
with and transact business for tho
company. This is intended so
that no capitalist may obtain con
trol of the company.
A limited number of Bhares will
bo sold until after tho building of
tho first ship. Tho projectors of
tho undertaking say no assess
ments will bo levied.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.d., Dental
office Cottage No. 100, Alakoa
street, telophono No. G15. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.Jt.
I'ollcy f Free Trndo KecoUen a Hick.
1 Ir.iln n London Journal.
An editorial note in tho Foroign
' aud Colonial Importer and Bri
i tish Trade Review, London, thus
' Imwails n decline in ono import
ant branch of British commerce:
It has to be admitted, and wo
confess that we do yo with no in
considerable amount of ungra
ciousness, that tho trans shipment
trade of this country is gradually
falling away. "Whereas during
tho pin I veur the total export trade
of Britu 'i and Irish goodB Imve
iiorcaRcit I)- many millionn sterl
ing, tho valuo"f our trans ship-
onont trndo has" fallen ofT bv soma
hundreds of thousands not far
short, indeed, of half a million.
Why is this ? The answer no
doubt can be put in a nutshell. It
lies in the opening-up of direct
communication between foroign
countrios and our colonies nud
India. There is no need now to
inako England the central dis
tributing market. Germany,
France, America, and ovon Japan
aro doing without our services in
this respect, and carrying their
own freight direct to tho consum
ing markets. Wo do not supposo
thoro is, or can be, auy remedy
for tbis. It is ono of tho inevita
ble results of the advance of com
petition. Wo view tho offect
which it will have upon tho ship
ping trade of this country, how
ever, with much appreheusiou.
Tho benefit resulting from our be
ing n central market for tho dis
tribution of foreign-made goods
has always boen forced forwards
as ono of tho strongest props to
tho free-trade system which this
country adopts. Apparently it is
a falling one, and tho free-trado
bigots will hac to find another in
its place. Wo can only find one
consolation out of this departing
trade. It is that, although foroign
goodB are now shipped to our
colonies and tho Indian Empire
direct, Homo fraction of benefit
still accrues to us by tho majority
of tho oident still beiug placed
with English houses. We sup
poso oven this will dopart from
us in duo course. But fortunately
wo are not the only country suffer
ing from modern competition, and
it is something to know this, ovon
if it is a dog-in the-nmngor satis
faction. Tho Ilcst Itctriircrntor.
Of all tho varieties of rofrigor
ator olTored for 6alo by tho trado
nouo havo obtained anch a repu
tation for oxcellont qualities as
tho "Guruoy." Nono havo sus
tained that woll merited reputation
so long nor so woll. Tho ordinary
refrigerator is an ice consumer to
such an oxtont as to render that
necessary preservative of food a
luxury. Other varioties aro dif
ficult to clean and are, as a conso
quonce, liable to become odorous
to a degree that is, to say tho least,
undesirable. Ill health may ro
suit froinsuch a cause ill-health
to an entiro family.
The Gurnoy has nono of these
faults. It is an oconomizor. You
can got alone with enough less ico
per diem to mako tho refrigerator
pay for itself in a reasonable
period. It is easily cleansed,
doos not litter up a lloor nor ac
cumulate dirt. Besides, it is au
oxtromoly hiiudbomo piece of fur
niture, not at all out of place in a
well-appointed dining room. Al
lowing, as its mechanism doos, a
free circulation of air, moats, milk
and othor articles of food aro kopt
sweot for a longer timo than is
tho caBo with other ref rigorators.
Moisture does not condense on
tho innor walls so as to causo
thorn to become slimy.
It is n handsome, durablo, clean,
perfectly regulated article ot fur
uituro and tho very beat refrigerator
Tho rainfall on
noon and night,
Frank Brown's rain gaugo,
measured 2.38 iuohos. It was
much heavier at Waianae, wlioro
tho overflow from the ram mado
tho sea muddy for a mile from
ALL INTi:ltl.Nli:i CIIKI) TO NIIOW !
cai'm: this iuokmxj.
Judire t'nrtrr tlrniit Jtlotlon ol Kri-
poudent to Ulule Injunction
on Their ITIIiiB 81500 Itond.
A libel for sjilvago sued out by
Marcus R. Colburu was sorved
on Captain MoFhail, mastor of
tho stranded bark Gainsborough,
S. C. Allen of Allen fc Robinson,
purchasers at auction of tho
wreck, and H.
It. Ilitchcock, Do
by police officer
Carter had endorsed tho follow
ing order on the writ, under dato
of August 31, yesterday:
"It is heroby ordered that tho
Marshal of tho Ropublic of Hn
waii and any and all persons in
terested in tho British bark Gains
borough, hor tacklo, apparel, fur
niture and cargo, do appear bo
fore me on Tuesday, Soptombor
1st, A. D. 1890, at 10 a. in., to
bIiow causo if any they havo why
tho process herein prayed for
should not issue."
Antono Rosa was proctor for
tho libellaut, who in his declara
tion states tho grounds ot his
claim. Having heard on Sunday
that tho bark had been abandon
ed, ho mado preparations for sav
ing tho cargo and the vessel. Ho
sont four porsonB on board, giving
them written instructions, and at
5 p. m. tho Bamo day they took
chargo of tho vessel. Tho
mon in chargo hung out a light,
according to thoir instruction.
Mr. Colburn watched tho vessel
from tho shoro opposito tho vosael
until midnight, when tho light
disappeared. In cousequonco' of
the disappearance, ho Pont another
man aboard to ascortain tho
cause. Tho messenger reported
that nobody was on board. J lion
the libollaut found the men left
in chargo, who reported that cer
tain porsonB claiming to bo police
officers of this ropublic drove
them off tho bark, at tho sanio
timo making certain threats to
them, and took away thoir writ
ten instructions, and soarched
them as woll as tho canoe they
wont out in. IIo alleges that ho
had mon omployed to go on board
at daylight Sunday morning to
begin tho work ot saving tho car
go and vessel, and further that,
"woro it not for polico inter
foronce, ho would havo saved
some of tho cargo of said bark,
her apparel and furniture and
eventually tho said bark."
At tho hearing this morning
Rosa and Castlo appeared for tho
libollants, and Kinnoy fc Ballou
for respondents. On motion of
respondents, Judge Cartor order
ed that tho injunction bo dis
solved upon tho respondents' fil
ing a bond in the sum of 81500.
Tho motion was based upon
affidavits and such othor ovidonco
as might bo introduced orally.
nclliodUt Cliur.Ii Hopinl.
Tho ladies of tho Methodist
church aro busily engaged in get
ting up a musical and literary
program for thoir church social
which takes place on Thursday
ovoning next. Tho ontortainmont
will commonco at 7:30. Thoro
will bo no chargo for admission,
but ico cream and cake will bo
furnished aftor tho entertainment
for a small consideration.
Tliu Competitive Drill.
The competitive drill of volun
teer companies, N. G. H., for which
Bovoral commands havo boon stren
uously preparing a long timo,
will bo hold on Armory Squaro,
Hotel and Miller street, at 7:30
Storling, tho painter, is
pared to nuoto prices on
roof painting. Houses a composition of
coal tar and comont. Ohoapost
and best roof proparatiou in Ho
Tho Reciprocity Snsnr C'olii!u:i.'
Property Sold by Order of Court.
At noon today, and pursuant to
an ordor of tho Circuit Court of
tho First Judicial Circuit of tho
Republic of Hawaii in the equity
case of C. Browor & Co. Lt'd.j a
corpoiation, A. S. Wilcox, G.N.
Wilcox, H.P.Baldwin and Weloh
it Co., a corporation, vs. Tho Re
ciprocity Sugar Co., a corporation,
Auctioneer Matgnn sold all tho
property of the dofendant corpo
ration to E. Fnxton Bishop,' as
trustee forO.Browor & Co.,for tho
sum of $30,000. .x
Tho property sold includes all
tho property known as the Re
ciprocity plantation, in tho dis
trict of Haua, Maui, and comprises
about COO acres of land held in
fee simple and 2500 acres, marc
or less, under loaso. Also all tho
growing crops, and tho mill, fix
tures and live stock and other
property belonging to tho corpor
ation. Mr. Bishop was tho only bidder
at the salo and tho property was
knocked down to him at a pi ico
which will not satisfy tho judg
ment held by O.Browor & Co. and
I'rouioted troni Flntt Llcutrnnnt kit
I'lnco orCuutalu Good.
Arthur Coyna, first
of Compauy E, of
ular ' forces of tho
Guard of Hawaii, has
missioned by President Dolo to
bo Captain of that command, in
place of John Good, discharged.
Captain Coyne stands high in tho
public esteem and is to bo congra
tulated. John Evonson has been pro
moted from sergeant in tho ranks
to bo first Lieutenant. Ho form
erly hold tho position of second
Lieutenant and was reduced to
the ranks, not for nny fault, but
in connection with n reduction of
oxpoubes. Lieutenant Evensen is
in tho full confidence of his sup
eriors. Another I'rto Lunch.
The Anchor saloon has added
to its numerous attractions a free
luuch which is of tho very finest.
Mr. Cunningham presides over it
liko a past muster of banquet cere
monials. He says that ho is run
ning opposition to tho other dis
pensers of liquid aud solid re
freshments and proposes to provo
to tho people of Honolulu that he
is a model caterer a statement
which no one has over doubted or
disputed. His agility in getting
out astomachfulof food anil drink
and placing it beforo tho well
pleased patron, is astouishiug.
Jiverytlnug no sorvoa is palatable
in a superlative degree.
llioLiiw ou 'Wreck.
The section of tho law making'
it tho duty of tho marshal to take
chargo of all wrocks on this isl
and is found on pago 87 of tho
Compiled Laws, soction 360, and
reads as follows:
"It shall bo tho duty of tho .
marshal, sheriffs and their depu
ties throughout tho Kingdom, un
der tho direction of tho respective
governors, to tako chargo of, so-.
cure and preserve for the ownor
thoreof, all wrecks and wrecked
goodB that may bn cast upon tho
shores of their respective juris
Lnttat from the Wreck.
At 2:30 this uf tor noon no word
had been recoivod at Allen &
Robinson's offico as to tho pro
gross of wrecking operations on
Oharlos Peterson telephoned
tho Bulletin at tho Bamo hour
that Captain Thompson and his
mon had got most of tho sails off
tho vessol, which with othor mov
ablo articles woro boiug trans
ferred' in small ( boats to tho
schooner Luka which was anchor
ed near by.
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