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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 189G.
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B. L FINNEY, Manager.
. CELE13EATION BY SONS
of St. Geohoe and British Sub
jeots nud friends gouerally, in
honor of tho fact that Queon Vic
toria has be-n bo privileged, that,
sho liaB reigned over tho British
Empire longer than any of Her
BALL -and -SOCIAL
Independence Hall, King
September 25, 1890.
Grand March promptly
at 8 p. m.
Tickets to admit Gentleman and
Ladies, Sl.00; to bo had at tho
News Stores aud tho Golden Ilulo
S7 All cars will run on quar
ter hour eorvico after 7 p. m. and
Busses will romain to tho last.
Efficient Committees havo
charge of all arrangements in
. chuliug refieshmouts.
BY OEDEE OF COMMITTEE.
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Teitwiomj 0J1. 1'. O. llox 301.
City Feed Store
Old Armory, lluretauia &ts.
L. H. Dee & Co.
KEEP NOTHING BUT FIRST CLASS GOODS ONLY.
llcst J.herntore Vulli-j liny, Inru ami
Mimll lopeil; A t Bonanza Surpi l.-t- 0.it-,
nilxtil Mlicnt nud enuked cum fur Ilin uml
Obltkoiiif. Ltirgu ulilpmuiit 1 flour pet rt S
"Mlowcra." (Jasuidh, N'ovi-lty A, ami L
ci'lk'iit. Tlico brninW nHnijs on liaml
Not month largo Bhlpment ul OrtL'on I'ota
mca to Iju Kept iilnu un liiind. ( hop I'ud
for Cows nnd Woiklug Stock Is lituul'eil ly
us only. Family trade bollclUd. Goods de
During Mr. Bourdmnti's uhsence, Mr.
Ewiur will Lave ohnrgo of uiy booUs and
attend to all collcciiuuH. lie can bo found
either nt Mr. Bonrdman's oflico nt tB'"'11
Co.'s or at my offico.
.'illS-tf DR. HEKBERT.
Notice is hereby gjven that I, tbo under
sigued, has this duy Riven a full power of
attorney to Mr. Au Cou Chee, of Kapmi,
Island of Kauai, who will act for toe
dniini; iuy abt,euLO fiom tho Is'anrtb.
IXUednt Hnimlti, Kmui,AuK .'list, 1890.
30o.iw TAM 8EE SliE WO.
iiAiij'Sw ; ii
. jii-iajkBAA .
Enable to Work!
NO APPETITE !
COULD NOT SLEEP!
COMPLETELY CURED HIM.
ilr. T. .. CIiiiih, of Walkrrtlllp, Ailo
lutdc, South Australlii, wrltosi
- rf9rw ?5oi
'Six years uro, I had an attack of
Indigestion and Liver Complaint
that lasted for weeks ; I was unable
to do any hard work, had no appe
tite, food distressed me, and I suf
fered much from headache. My
skin, was sallow and sleep did not
refresh inc. I tried several reme
dies and consulted a doctor, with
out obtaining any relief; dually,
one of my customers recommended
Ayer's Sarsapnrilla. It helped mo
from the first, in fact, arter taking
six bottles I was completely cured,
and could eat anything and sleep
CoM Medals at the World's Shltt Es.-wHlcns.
AYER'S PILLS, Mild but Effective.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
LEWERS k COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itself about your Lawn. Travels
in a straight line or a circle Stops autom
atically. Set for any length of hoso.
V" No such Bpii'ikler has oer been
placed on the uiarliot before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
Fort Street, ... - Telephono 20.
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
There lire (5 Lots at Wuiki
lci, lying on tho "Wnikiki side
of Knha 13ond for sale, about
11G feet makai of Wnikiki
Those lots will be sold for
cash or on installment plan.
JST For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 189G. 384-lm
French G!aret !
lias rccoived a large consignment of
French v Claret '.' Wine
23" Ex. "Mioweta." Host Wino in tho
iLLsLxi&&u. iiJi.rJ.fc..ls .iJjaadl-w. - .-'U-
ABOUT QUEEN VICTORIA,
Tin: would ham r.vi:it kmim n.
Ilrr Fnrly Life mid ICdiicnllmi-Kce
KlnrrlHirn Iodic 1'rlnoe 'nnii't
iiiitl Her 'lilUlrvii.
JJTho history of tho reign of
(jueen Victoria would bo a histo
ry of modern England, loo long
to Do written here, and not to be
written at thib timo in any i-Yeut.
but tho following shurt aketith of
her life will bo of interest in view
of the coming local celebiation:
Victoria Alexnmlritiii (Queen o
Great Britain and Ireland, and
EmpresB-of Iudn), only child of
the lata Duko of Kent and of tho
Princess Louisa-Victoria of Saxo
Coburg (rolict of the Hereditary
Prince of Leiningen, nnd sister of
Leopold Prince of Saxo-Coburg,
aftorwardH King of the Belgians),
was born at Kensington Place,
May 24, 1819; her parents, who
had been for some time residing
abroad, having hastened to Eng
land in order that their child
might "bo bom a Briton." The
Duke 'of Kent died January 23,
1820, and tho general education
of the young Princess was
directed, under her mother's care,
by tho Duchess of Northumber
land, wife of the third duke.
Until within a few weeks of her
olovation to tho thiono her lifo
was spent in comparative retire
ment, varied by tours thiough
different parts of tho UuitedKing
dom. Queen Victoria succeeded
her uncle, "William IV, Juno 20,
1837, ns Victoria I, and her
coronation was celebrated in West
minster Abbey, Juno 28, 1878.
Her Majesty was married Februa
ry 10, 1840,to his lato Itoynl High
ness Priuco Albert of Saxe-Coburg
Gotha, by whom hor Majesty had
issue: 1, H. E. H. Victoria
Adelaid Mary Louisa, Princess
Eoyal, born November 21, 1840,
married Jauuary 25, 1858, to H.
E. H. tho Crown Prince Fredorick
William of Prussia (he died Juno
15, 1888;; 2, H. 11. H. Albert Ed
ward, Prince of Wales, born
November J), 1841, married March
10. 18(53, tho Princess Alexandra
o Denmark; 3, H. E. H. Priucoi s
Alice JHuudo Mary, born April 15,
1843, married July 1, 1862, to
Priuco Louis of Hesse-Darmstadt
H.E.H. died December 14, 1878;
1, H. E. H. Prince Alfred Ernest
Albort, horn August G, 1814,
created Duke of Edinburgh May
24, 18GG, married January 23,
1874, tho Grand Duchess Mario
Alexaudrovua, sister of tho pros
ont Emperor of Enssia; 5, H.R.II.
Priucess Helena Augusta Vic
toria, born May 2G, 1840, married
July 5, 18GG, to Priuco Christian
of Schleswig Holstoin; G, H. 11.
H. Priucess Louise Caroline Al
berta, born March 14, 1848, mar
ried to tho Marquis of Lome,
March 21, 1871; 7, H.E.H. Priuco
Arthur William Patrick Albert,
Duke of Connaught, born May 1,
1850, married March 17, 1870,' tho
irincoss, Louibo Margaret Alexan
dra Victoria Agnes, third daughter
of Prince Frederick Charles of
Prussia; 8, II. It. II. Prince Ijoo
pold Goorgo Duncan Albeit, Duko
of Albany, bum April 7, 1853,
married April 2, 1882, tho Prin
cess Helen Ficdorica Augusta,
daughter of tho Priuco of Wnl
deck and Pyrtuont (H. 11. II. died
March 28, 1881), and 9, II. E. 11.
Princess Beatrico Mary Victoria
Feodore, born April 14, 1857. mnr
rud July 23, 1885, to Priuco
Usury Maurico of Battenborg.
Bovoro Gardon IIoso has estab
lished a lasting reputation for
superiority. Tho 3 ply granito
brand will last longor than heavier
4 ply hoso mado of inferior
materials. Tho Pacific Hardware
M. A. Peixoto, proprietor of tho
Uuion barber shop, next to the
Art Gallory, guarantees to givo a
shavo that will ninko your hair
ourl with joy.
1'oi.ici: court .nArri:iis.
.lo.luli Kun I'lcrtd" Utility ol Allow
lii-f Hnitiltllng In 111m limine.
In Judge do la Vergno's court
this morning Joeiah Kun, who is
said to bo ono of tho pillars of tho
Katnoiliili church, pleaded guilty
to a charge of allowing his resi
dence to bo used as a place where I
gambling iscariit-d mi. Aeeotd
ing to tho complaint in the cuso
tho particular gumo carried on at
Kim's placo was poker, a game
which has obtained Boinu noto
riety in the United States. Kim's
HnnhMico was suspended at request
of tli. pioaeeutuui.
AliiUrees Hose Kane aud Kunm
ka both forfeited 8'0 bail rnthor
than face the majesty of tho law.
Lo ChongS'vaB given thirty days
on tho reef, whoro ho can meditate
on tho uncertainties of human
lifo and the vicissitudes attending
those who peddle chefa tickets.
D. Ferreirn was brought up on
an old charge of threatening
unother and discharged.
Tho caso of William Hickey,
chuiged with malicious injury,
was set for trial on tho 2Gth.
DEATH V 'IIAKI.li: WlI.MAItlS
It Occurred 'Mill ?Ii-iiIiii; Alter a
At 2 o'clock this morning
Charles "Williams, eldest son of
E. A. Williams, tho woll kuown
undertaker, breathed his last,after
an illness of about a month, dur
ing which he liaB beon suffering
with tonailitis and bronchitis, tho
resulttif a cold, which brought ou
a complication of other com
plaints. Tho deceased was not
quite oighteen years of age. The
romninn havo been plnctd on ice
to await tho funeral which will
take placo on Thursday and of
which duo notice will bo given.
I'alMt In 111 Mnino.
Olimato of every .variety uxorta
a different influence on tho de
sires of mankind for a stimulant.
In colder zones bovornges of groat
alcoholic strength aro used to a
vory much larger degreo than in
the tropicB. Boer is best suited
to our climato and nouo found in
tho market is hotter than that
bearing tho brand of "Paiist,
Milwaukee." It ib browed from
the best of malt and hops and is
a groat thirst quencher anu mvi
gorator and stimulates tho nerves
and raii'-oles. At tho Eoyal, Cos
mopolitan and Pacific BuloonB it
may bo found, cold and pure. In
terchangeable checks uro issued
which may bo used nt any of tho
t'u in i l'lro.
The 14th annual Camp Firo of
Geo. W. Do Long Post, No. 45,
will bo hold nt the residonco and
grounds of Comrado Past-Commander
John N. Wright, Littlo
Biitain, this Tuesday evening,
Septombcr 22, nt 7:30. A cordial
invitation is extended to all mem
bers of this or any other Post, to
gethor with thoir families, also to
all veterans of tho Union's Army
aud Navy aud thoir families, who
may bo residing or visiting in our
midst. Trouble begins nt 8 o'clock
p. m , taps at 11 o'clock p. m.
Pint OnuKit Committee.
Honolulu, Sept. 18, 1890.
Ju'cd Not Worry.
Stranger -Ib thoro a law in this
town against selling liquor on
Old Resident Yes; but don't
lot that worry you, my frioud;
there's no law against buying it.
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a com position of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Theio is a handsomo piece of
property, 70x100 feot, on tho cor
uor Prospoct nnd Haokfold streets.
It Jb all fenced ready for building
and wator pipes aro laid on. En
quire of II. M. Dow.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
riio(-i:t:eiN"s ' hate: i." tiii:
I ho Mn I ll I'mllci'o I'rllllolin
l.i'tlfrn il AUlilliiMriitloii
to J. .11. t'miiiirii.
M. C. Pachcco petitions for
loiters of administration on tho
estate of his lato father, J. U. Pa
chcco, to bo issued to J. M. Ca
mara. Tho ostnto is valued at
S950, and tho heirs are tho wito,
living in Brazil, a daughter in tho
same country, two bous iu St. Mi
chael and tho petitioner nt Hono
lulu. Tho deceased ie tho man who
wiiB killed by a pound officer in
Pauo.i valloy lately.
Up to this nftornoou tho work
of the Supremo Court term open
ed yesterday morning has been us
Eepublic of Hawaii vb. W. Ku
hia ot al. Argued and submitted.
Magoon & Ediugs for prosecu
tion; Humphreys for defendants.
Eepublic of Hawaii vs. L. K.
Waipa ot al. Argued and sub
mitted. Attorney General for
prosecution; Eosa for defendants.
Kahoiwai ot al. vs. Limaon et
al. Argued nnd oubmittcd. Bo
bertsou for plaintiffs; Magoon &
Ediugs for defendants.
E. Spreckols vsuW. M. Giffnrd.
Taxation of costs. Argued nnd
submitted. Hartwoll for plaintiff;
Kiunoy it Ballon tor defondaut.
Eepublic of Hawaii vs. Hoshinn.
Argued nnd submitted. Attornev
Gonprnl for prosecution; Eobort
son for defendant.
D. Dayton, administrator, vb. C.
L. Hopkins et. al. Mngoou& Ed
iugs for plaintilf; Humphreys for
D. K. Kuhea vs. J. Koahi. Now
being aiguwl. MngociucL Ediugs
for plaintiff; Eosa for defend
ant. Benjamin da Silvoira. Desor
ting contract service. Wakefield
for Laupahoohoe Sugar Co.; Lit
tle, for defendant. Habeas corpus
iu same matter. Littlo for peti
tioner; Wakefield for respondent.
Both continued till next torm.
O. T. Gulick, administrator, vs.
,.f ., . I
Tit Ol emir.
Creighton it Conea for plnintifl';
defondaut. Struck off
Sulviilimi Army Trn.
Impoiitant: There aio very few
things more hurtful than common
tea. An ominont English doctor
onco said: "If tho public gave up
drinking common tea, the occupa
tion of ono half of our profession
would bo gono." Good tea, how
ever, is refreshing and stimulat
ing, nud iu introducing this nrti
clo to tho public,the officers of tho
Sulvntiou Army have taken great
pains to secure a tea, which cau
with tho greatest confidence bo ro
commouded as boing of the vory
lushest standard of excellence,
and havo decided to soil it nt n
prico within tho reach of every
body, nnd although it will leave
us a vory small margin of profit
indeed, wo aro satisfied, knowing
that whnt wo sell is sure to givo
satisfaction. Sold in ilb packets.
Memorial Mixture,English Break
fast, Young Hyson, Jnpnn, Oolong,
Gunpowder, 30c; Auxiliary, 35.
Telephono 755. H. Cannon, Pa
luiun Cirocory, opposito Bnilway
Depot, boIo agent for tho Hawaiian
Knlo I'lultl Had Hor Wlali.
Just before sho loft Chicago on
her Hawaiian trip Kate Field was
asked why sho did not givo up
globo trotting and sottlo down to
peaceful middle ago. Hor an
8wor was: "Becauso 1 havo n
horror of inactivity. If I had n
million dollars I could not sottlo
down. I wnnt to dio iu harness.
King Bros, latest consignment
of picture frames has tnkon the
towu by storm. The designs aro
olegnnt, up-to-dnto nnd of tho
4 .Mi .r'iAjfeUALhigiii
Hiri:us vr mmiiu'ki i.svii.i.i:,
I.nrcc ItciiiK'ilmin Iii I lii) UnrHUu
I'orri- ol tlif Compniiy.
As a result of tho recent visit of
O. A. Spieckols to his Maui plan
tation, thoro has been a large ro-
, ductiou in tho force of employes
nbout the mill and oflico of tho
Among those who havo resigned
from the company's service in
cousequ'-iice nio W. II. Meyers
and T. J. Lary, iiril and second
bookkeepers, the former of whom
hn already gone to tho Const;
Dave Meyers, steward; Georgo
Enndolph oCthp plantation police;
M. K. Koolau, machinist; Jog
Miller, E. Benson aud J. H.
Nicholson, assistant engineers;
W. A. Bailey, sugar boilor, and A.
Back, blacksmith. J. O. Neill, tho
assistant engineer, also resigned
to take charge of thel'hcuuix Iron
WorkB in this city.
In addition to tho above list a
number ot tho minor employed
about the plantation have been
dropped. Thoir combined tmlnrles
will mnko a largo reduction in tho
company's monthly pay roll.
HH AN PLASTIC imiOAf.
A Young? JIhii NunlliMi mi Van. Willi-
out IliinUluic the ,s:u-ll.
Among thoso who attended tho
festivities at Schuetzon Park yes
terday was Frank 0. Cadoza, a
young Portuguese, who works in
n brickyard nt tho corner of Sec
ond and Clay streots, in Oakland.
Onrioxn becamo very drunk and
whilo in that condition boaBted"
that ho could bw allow nn egg
without breaking tho shell.
An egg was procured uudCadoza,
after wrapping it in n piece ot
tissue paper tnken from n popcorn
brick, placed it in his mouth and
gulped it down. Tho ogg disap
peared and those who saw tho.
foat thought it had broken and
gone dowu Cadoza's throat .in a
lusido of less than half nu hour
tho mnu who had swallowed the
egg foil in a fitni d began frothing
. at tuo moutn. cjomeono poured
I ginger and water down him and
i hold his no.so.
I Cadoza gave sovoral creat.
strangling gulps and out came tho
"oU IIUUIUIUJll. ALU 1U VI veu ,111111
annppf1nrl in frnttimr inn.ili .1tmi.i1.-.
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or bcroro t10 (i 0u(iPC!
Wnni.n's Itlxlil In I.I 1 1 urn I Ion.
Somo titno ago tho Supremo
Court of Ohio decided that MiB8
Nellie G. Eoblnson, a lawyer of
Cincinnati, could not bo appointed
a notary public. Sho has now
applied to the Supremo Court of
tho United Slates for a decision
on tho quostiou, and tho case will
be considered by Justice Harlan.
D. Howard Hitchcock has re
turned from his vacation on Ha-
I waii aud has reopened his classes
in Drawing aud Painting. Private
pupils given instruction in special
lines. Class Days: Tuesdays and
Thursdays. Studio, 115 Hotel
WllllK'il lo Know.
From Wnikiki to Wuianao, that
J. C. Quinu of tho United Carri
ago Co., has tho finest Livory
turn-outs in town, Phaetons, Bug
gies and SurreyB with lino goutlo
horses. Call nt tho hack-stand,
or ring up 290.
Kroegor Pianos, swootest in tono,
Jns. W. Borgstrom, solo ngont, ensh
or installments, Warerooma at
G. West's, Masonic Templo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing nnd repairing. Bffif" Tele
Tho Criterion Snloon is a
plensnnt plnco to go to and its
greatest attraction is tho pure,
cold Soattlo boor on draught
thoro. It makes one's mustache
curly aud puts now lifo into tho