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Vol. II. No. 425.
HONOLULU. H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 189G.
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To meet tho times and competi
tiou, it will bo furnished at
I2ycts. Per Glass
Wo quote from letter of the
AnheuBor-Buseh Browing Asso
ciation, dnted August 8th:
"Your honnrab'o llrm linvlnu represented
it? for ko innnv i-mih wo believe It iicle.H to
cull onr atli'iitiuii to llio iiiuiitu ot um arti
cle, but wo nlmuld liko to repeat nanlu uinl
call vour attention to tlie fact that ours It ,
TI1K ONLY I'l'tiF liARLEYMALI" liKI-.K
MANUKAt IL'RKD, uml com et-rcallne and
other 11 hilieninls as well in ni-liU, for the j
preseruitlou ot ueer, aru unknown 111 our es
tublUhment. With tlio abne jou may go
beforu tho public, in our name,"
No oncomiuin of outs cau add to
-tho high reputation of Anheusor
Beer. Its introduction in any
and every market makes it nu
immediate favorite. It stands
without a peer, without it rival,
without ovoii a competitor. It
received tho highest nwards at tho
Coluinbiau Exposition. The re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho prevailing prico of
12 Cents Per Glass,
places it within tho roach of all,
and ho is 11 wi&o man who gota
quality for tho loast
lit. & UU..I
h GREAT INVENTION
Moves iU U About your L.iwit Travols
in 11 Ktrnlrjlit lino or n oirclfl. Stops nutoiu.
ntlcally. Set fur auy lougth of hoho.
r Jo Mich Sprinkler 1ms oer bocn
placed on the m.tiket liofoie.
Come and See It.
473 Fort Stroot, -
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
LEWE8S & OeOKE
There are 0 Lots nt Waiki
ki, lying on tlie "Wnikiki side
of ICalia Houd for sale, about
1JG feet inakni of Waikiki
Those lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
?" For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Heal Estate Broker, 1 0 West,
Aug. 18, 180G. 884-lm
Unable to Work!
NO APPETITE !
COULD NOT SLEEP l
COairLETELY CURED HIM.
Mr. T. .T. Clrnio, of WnlkcrTlllo, Arto
lulile, South vlmtrnll.i, nrllvtt
"lx years iiro, 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, ami I suf
fered much from headache. My
skin was sallow and sleep did nut
refresh me. 1 tried several reme
dies and consulted a doctor, w ith
out obtaining any relief; finally,
ono of my customers recommended
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It helped tuo
from tho first, in fact, after taking
six bottles I was completely cured,
and could eat anything and sleep
liko a child."
AYER'S PILLS, Mild but
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole AKents for tho Itopublic ot Hnwnii.
iwwr..iiM 1 ioii.iiiiTiiiiiin.if TTi-rnfii 1-itii"- "
Hmiin AiMIiIdiixI Irllllliir nT llio
.Memorial I'.vvrclseH In Ciiurl.
Attoruoy Gouoral Smith, be
sides eeconding the resolution in
memory of tho Into Judge Austin,
before tho Supremo Court yester
day, delivorod brief eulogies of
both that gentleman and tho lato
Mr. Nawahi. Deputy Attorney
Gonoral Dole also paid n tribute
to tho judicial qualities of tho
lamonted Judge. In reporting
Chiof Justico Judd from memory,
the reporter overlooked two inter
esting points. Besides having
boon a judge nt a period anterior
to tho times of his latest contem
poraries, Judgo Austin waB for
some timo tho governor of tho isl
anil ot liawan. llio Uliiet Justico
expressed his great admfration of
and of Hawaii. Tho Chief Justico
lilU JIllU X.LU11. tluaUJll XlliYlllll 113
an orator, as woll as for his iidel-
ity to tho people in publio lifo.
.IIOIO I'MHl Killing.
A lady and gontlomnu who wore
ridiug their wheels on Beretania
street last evening woro nearly
run down opposito the old
McKibbin placo by a singlo horso
phnoton which was being driven
at n gallop. The goutlonian's
dextotily on tho wheel saved him
from being run over although ho
had a clo?o call. Ho called to his
wife who was a little in front,
warning hor of her dangor. Whon
sho realized it she jumped off hor
wheel to the sidewalk, escaping
witliout injury. Tho wheel luckily
did not go under tho homo's foot,
but tho gentleman almost wishes
it had so that ho could havo
ascertained tho idontity of tho
young man who was driving,
is still looking for him and
poses to havo him anosted
l'cril llio Xorvct
Upon pure, rich blooil uinl you neeil not fear
nervoiiH prostiutluns. Nerves aro weak
when they aro Impioperly nnd Insulllclently
nnuilsheil. Pure Mooil U their proper fooil,
ami pure blooil comes by taking Mood' Sar
Bapailllu, which U thus the u rent cut and H'St
nerve tonic. It 11U0 bulldmip tho whole bjs
tern. Iloon'n ljil.ixnro the fnoilto fuinlly euth
nrtlc, ti to tnke, easy lo operate.
NA8BY ON FREE SILVER
niKi'UNsr.D is iiancoji's stoki:
r.iairt:r.N yea its ago.
How llio I'rvc Coliiiigc or Silver Will
Alt'ert llio Irlr of U'hl.Uy lit
the CoiifXIcrlt X Huniln.
Everyone will romembor Pe
troleum V. Nasby's letters on tho
questions of tho day in former
presidential campaigns in tho
United States. Tho following was
written on tho silver question j'ust
eighteou yearB ago, and will bo
read now with more than ordiuary
interest in view of the present agi
tation on tho stibj'oct :
I nint so certiu that L want tho
Bilvor bill to pass ez I wuz. Tho
fact is, the thing dou't work ez 1
spozed it vood, and I niu't cleur
onto it. There is suttlo princi-
Pplos in these iinanshel questions
which reqniro n great tleel uv
thought, and there is underlying
principles wich n man has got to
understand aforo ho is competont
to set hissolf up ez authority.
Ono thing I'm certaiu uv Bas
com niu't no tinanseor, nor nover
will be, and I told him so.
"Vnt is a finauseer ?" itBked ho.
A iinauseer," sod I, nssoomin
tl,a l,r.l- r,f T,,t,l AVnliaf.l,.
illU AVV7IV l 4(111 II vtTVJ)
man wich kin git suthin
" Tho Cornors, then, is full of
finanseers," ho rcmnrkid bitterly,
castin a casual glance at his slato,
wich wuz jist full enulV to turn
over and begin on tothor side.
But ho hezu't any uv tho science
I uv it. 1 wnz
I & other day
1 tiou of a leatJ
n v it. 1 wiijs argoomg witli liinf
in favor of my no-
leather curroucv, though
1 told him silver wuz much the
sumo tiling, nun, tor example, x
wood asfcoom that silver wu. to bo
tho curroucy uv tho fuchor.
"Now, don't you sco, Bascom,
thet of I Led twict ez much money
1 1 cood drink twict ez much
whisky and pay for it?"
I "JIow much istwico nothin'?"
I wuz the uufeoliu' answer uv tho
tyrant who holds tho destinies uv
i the Cornors in his hands. That's
nt yoor capitnl hoz bin over
since I kuond yoo."
"Parson," sod ho, "I don't boo
wnt erthly diirerenco it's goin' to
make whethor Bilvor is curroucy
or anything olso. How aro yoo
goin' to git silver of it is made
legal tender? Ef silver wuz ez
plouty ez bricks wat hov you got
to git any uv it with r "
,'., wuz my answer;
"but can't you boo that to hev
silver wood relcovo tho dottor
class? Even now, aforo it is legal
i tou1(, U,B on, wuth g2 conts ou
. tho aul whon tUo conutry
is Hooded with it it will go still
lower. Then we or rothor sich
uv us ez liov property to rai6o
money ou kin pay off "
"Eggsactly so," retorts Bascom;
"you kin pay mo for the good,
honibt likker uv mine, which you
hov cousoomed, in coin, which is
Ichb than tho dollar you promised.
All rite. But look hore como in
here, all uv yoo. 1 want yoo
silver men to know exactly wat
yoo aro mshin' into."
And this fonnd led us into tho
bad; room -that back room which
contanos tho subsistence of tho
Corners. Thoro, in long rows,
wuz IJasconfs stock. There, in
barrils, piled ono on top uv iin
othor, wuz tho dolishus whisky uv
Louisville, uv different ngos, rang
ing from that uv two weeks old to
that which lied jist loft tho still
and was scarcoly cold y it. Thoro
it lay, and as my eye ranged
affeokhhunately ovor it 1 felt ef I
cood hev the drinking' uv all that
likker I wood bo contont to lay
down and dio whon tho last drop
Bascom p'inted to an iimnoiiso
tank which ho hod orectid within
n few days, with a pipa running
in from tho roof.
"I shan't raiso tho prico uv
likkor in consekoiico uv boin'paid
for it in a doproshiated curren
cy !" sod ho.
1 foil on Bascom's nook, iu ex-
I acy uv dclito, while tho olhors
j shouted, "Bah for Bascom !"
I "G. W.," I romarkt, wliilo toors
sufi'oo3ed my eyes, "1 nover plac
ed you much bolow tho angola,
but thi'i generous act has lusted
', yoo a hundred per cent in my
1 oetimashun. Bless yoo, G. V.,
"But I'll toll you what 1 shel
do. Dy yoo seo that tank ? " sod
"May I ask wat that u for ?" I
"That tnuk will fill with rauo
wator," sod he. "Tho moment yoo
got lo payiu' mo in silver I shel
'tnk' out uv each uvthem bnniln
jhtt eggsnckly throe and oue-lifth
Dillons uv likker and iill it with
"Morciful hovings!" we nil ox
claimed, "and yoor likker so weak
"And when silvor gits down to
75 couts on tho dollar I shol take
out 25 per cent uv whisky and fill
her up 25 per cent of water. And
soon down. Ef silver goes up 1
shel add whisky eggsackly iu pro
porshen. In short, my whisky is
jist agoin' to foller currency, and
nothin' shorter. Yoo folloro wicli
work for wagis may swot, but I
"But yoo'l increase tho sizo of
yoor glasses ? " sed I.
"Not ouy. But yoo may drink
twico ez many timc9 to git the
samo amount uv drunk ez boforo,
by payiu' for each drink."
iiuu jju&coiu HuiiKuu uiiwiiiy
back and took his posishou be
hind the bar.
Ther wuz constornashun in tho
Corners sich ez I hev novor scon
Thor wuz a hurried conbultashun
at tho dcekin's hous, and I sojost
od that wo emancipate ourselves
from tho dominyun uv this tyrant
by startiu' a grosory uv our own,
on tho joint stock principle, which
wuz agreed to, oacli man agreoin'
to contribbit $10 to ' tho capital
stock, which would bo onull' to
buy a barl or two, for a begiuuin'.
Wo wuz onthoosiastic till wo
come to ballotin' for tho man to
keep the placo, when it wuz foliud
instid uv my bein'chiHon yooimni
musly, es 1 eggspecled to be, that
every man lied votid for hissolf.
Ez not u soul uv them would ro
sede, tho skeom wuz blocked rito
there, and finally lied to bo
abandoned nnd we wont back to
Bascom's nnd submitted. That
tyrant hez us.
Uv courso wo can't staud likkor
dilootid in that manner. To aro
willii' onuff to diloot tho currency
with which to pay for likker, but
wo want our likkor full strength.
Wo coodont help it, but that nito
wo signed and sent to our Repre
sentative a remonstrance agin' tho
silver bill. Tho Cornors is now
for a honest curroncy. Wood, 0
wood, that wo bed somo uv it.
Petroleum V. Nasuv,
CONFEDEUIT X lvOAOS Wich is ill
tho Stato of Kentucky, Jan-
nary 'JX, ibV8.
All ITlirlulit Jliilce.
Judgo Ilobbard of San Francis
co was turned down by tho Re
publican nominating convention.
Tho Examiner says it was duo to
poworful influences that Buffered
from tho Judge's iuilnxiblo in
togrily, and calls upon tho Domo
emtio party to placo his naiuo on
its ticket iu tho intorost of a ptiro
administration of justico. Judgo
ileblmrd's father diod from ac
cident iu Honolulu and his
mother was a successful teuohor
hoio for Bomo years.
Jmllf lui-y Jolllni;..
Tho Supremo Court is still in
Judgo Carter is heariug tho
equity suit of A. M. Kahananui
vs. James Ashford. Thurston o
Stanley and A. S. llumphroyB for
plaintiff; Robertson for defend
ant. Gilbort J. Wallor has filed his
first and final account as adminis
trator of tho ostato of J. S. Koku
kahiko, Allowing rocoipts 8511.00,
puymouts S375 51,bahinco S185.-19.
Gitizons' Guards Certificates
can bo framed ot King Bros, for
from 25 conts up.
maiili; TO I'ltOUl 'K A sir,tiMi:it
niiillKOO" lll.ll .llnry UhIImtoiI Mill
S.'tul of Oilier .llnry unit llrr
I.ltllo I. mull.
Editor Evenmno Bulletin:
My youngest hopeful returned
homo from school last evening
with tho following as a samplo of I
tho arithmetic lesson of tho day: j
"Mary gathered .')7 mangoes on
Monday, 43 on Tuesday, (51 Wed- i
ncsdny, 19 on Thursday and 7(5
on Friday. How many mangoes
did Mary gather during the iivo
days?'' Tho answer, to bo written
out iu accordance with tho formu
la adopted by tho educational au
thorities, is somothing like this:
"This h a problem in addition.
Siuce Mary gathered 37 mangoes
ou Monday, 4.3 on Tuesday, Gl on
Wednesday, 11) on Thursday and
7u ou I' rulay, Mary must havo
gathered tho sum ot 37 mangoes,
43 mangoes, 01 mangoes, 19 man
goes and 70 mangoes, or 239 man
goes." Mr. Editor, what earthly sonso
is thero in that kiud of instruc
tion? What benolit is it to a
child to go through such a cir
cumlocutory course iu order to
obtain a simple result?
How is it that tho avorago. school
teacher becomes so imbued with tho
idea that any such tomfool moth
od as the abovo will broaden and
expand the intellect of a child ?
Fifteen miiiulosof good drilling
in mental arithmetic, daily, fur
one mouth, is worth more than a
year of such instruction. It is
not woll to keop a boy nt his
books abovo a certain number of
hours a day, but thoro is no good
reason why every effort Bhould
not bo used during those hours to
force tho mind to operate, to miiku
tho boy think.
Filled with this idea I camo
down town this morning and on
tho way mot two urchins, about
ten years of age, on thoir way to
school. I nsked ono of them how
much six times eight was. Tho
answer camo like a Hash, "forty
eight." "WTell," said I, "how
much aro -11 and ! ?" It took the
boy a full minute to figuro it up.
Now that boy, who, I am sure,
posBossed ordinary intelligence,
had been taught his multiplica
tion table, but did not know any
thing about how to reason out a
plan for adding up figures. Ho
had moroly committed to memory
a lot of tables at present as un-
meaning to him as the catechism
is to a iivo-year old child. Tho
olomout of thought which puts it
into tho mind of a youngstor to
reason on tho relative value of
numbers had nover boon taught
As for tho mango problem 1
ennnot find tonus Btrong enough
to condemn it sufficiently. Any
Hawaiian born child gathers man
goes toeat,sololy. Ho or bIio natu
rally supposes that Mary consumed
239 mangoes ovory five days and
would, of courso, attempt to equal
or exceed Mary's record. There
fore such a fool proposition,
drilled into tho infant mind, has
a toiulency lo cause thotihands of
cases of cholera morbus. Iu this
samo connection lot mo say that
it is a woll-known fact that tho
silly talo of Mary ami hor little
lamb has caused hundreds of
thousands of children to persuade
thoir parents to buy goats and
sheep for thom, nud tho infinite
amount of misery and suffering,
postoriorly speaking, inflicted up
on tho publio by tho butting of
thoso brutes is enough to con
demn, in tho minds of tho publio
in gouoral, tho author of that in
sano Ho to a punishment not to
Not satisfied with having maim
ed for lifo thousands of tho
victims of tho nngontlo goat and
tho robust ram, tho Bchoolma'am
proposes lo kill off half tho youth
of tho country by nagging them
nn to oat 4 iiO inaiit'ocs n woek. 1
asked my sou what ho llioupht ot
tho problem and ho replied that
he considered Mary nn awful pig.
ui:soi,im tos or' nu.o n it.
On tin- Hen III i'f lion. Miir.iril L..
At a meeting of tho llilo bar,
which was called immediately up
on the receipt of tho news of
Judgo Austin' doath, to take suck
action as was meet and proper in
tho premiss tho following reso
lutions wiu unanimously adopt
Whereas Tho Supremo Judge
ot Mankind haB this day summon
ed tho loved and loving brother,
husband, father and friond, Hon.
Stafford L.Austin, from his earth
ly labors; and,
Whereas -In his death tho Re
public loses a faithful servant,
his fnmily a devoled father and
hia friends a tondor hearted citi
zen nnd neighbor; and,
Whereas -While in the dia
chargo of his duty tho darkouiug
shadows of raoro than throo score
years and ton havo closed around
liia earthly existence, and in a few
moments apparently without
warning ho folded tho drapery of
his couch about him and fell into
that dreamless sleep that kisses
down his oyelids still, and the
friends of our cherished brother
now stand by all that is mortal
and pray that tho Almighty Goi
will givo consolation to his survi
ving friends and eternal rest to
tho soul of Stufford L. Austin.
Thoreforo bo it
Resolved That tho heartfelt
condolenco of tho mombors of the
bar horo assombled bo extouded
to his estimable wiro and his
Resolved That wo woar the
usual mourning for thirty days.
Resolved That copies of these
resolutions bo furnished tho llilo
papers, as also tho Advertiser,
Star and Bulletin of Honolulu.
Resolved That copies of these
rosolutious bo furnished tho fami
ly, and ono copy filed with the .
clerk of tho Fourth Circuit Court.
Gilrert F. Little,
.iiutivti, or run ki.vau.
rrrxltli-iit Ilulo III tl .Vol I'm in an Ap
lirnrancn (liN Trip.
Tho steamship Kinau nrrived
from Maui and Hawaii ports at 1
' o'clock today with tho following
; passongor list:
! Volcano Miss Sweotor, J V
Sweotor nud wife, O H Millor, G
B Pottongill. Way Ports-C L
Wight, Miss L Wilder, Mrs .Mc-
Nicol, C S Bradford, Mr
j doll, J Cook, wifo and son, J W Cook,
, Dr M K Grossman, Mrs F Davis.
Goo Ross, Mrs Lily Auld, Mrs
Jos Nawahi, Mrs Liko, Miss E K
Nawahi, A K Nawahi, Miss M
Ziinmer, Miss Viola Muuroe,
Rev J P Lytton, P Peck, Master
J Canario, E D Baldwiu. S Now
loin, Miss U Austin. LJ II Boles,
Dr A E Nichols, W Roiu-
kiirdt, wifo and child, R Lougher,
Mrs Alapai, E W Barnard, D
Oxloy, Dr J Wright, Miss J Hall,
Miss R Forbjs, Mrs A Hussoy
and daughter, Palmer Woods,
Sam'l Parker, Miss II Allen,
Miss L Keola, It R Borg, R O
Huggo, E Dowbotr, A Hannoborg,
J Wilcox, wifo ami 3 children, P
Jarrotl, wife, 2 children and ser
vant, and 78 dock passongors.
Tho millinery opening at N. S.
Sachs was' a big success. Crowds
visited tho ntilliuory department
today and woro almost bewildered
with tho lino display. Tho stock
is much larger this year and in
cludes all tho latest novelties.
Novor boforo was such an assort
moutot Bwell hats shown. No
description in words can convoy a
correct idea of tho opponranco ot
thoso hats. Tho opening coutin-,
ues tomorrow and Wodnosday,
thoreforo a personal visit and in-,
Bpectiou aro rccoinmoiuled.