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ilias a big cornor in
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pupa when he was a kid;
and tho practice of coding
beio with his clad helped to
make tho pages of history
that is inpeating itself.
Tho little follows like aa,
we send them home clothed
as they should bo. Tho big
fellow likes us, 'canso
we do it At bo small
oost. Tho youugsters
.ready for school
Lmv been in our minds
must be in our clothes.
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Waverley Block, 9 Hotel street
SSy Shirts Mada to Order.
wTc ACfflT CO.,
Tokers & Dealers
J3?- Wo will buy or Sfll Heal Estate in
til puts of tUo i;iou.
X5T Wo will Sell l'ropoities on ltenson
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
hereby oautious the
trablio naninst tr
tnintinc nny person in his
J,nm mul for bin account. n ho hns rondo
n Trust Deed to Jiimph u. Curler, na lruH
tee. of nil bib property for the uses and
purposes sot forth m tho snid deed, which
i-of record iu the ItoRistry Offlco lu this
Mtv ' A. UUaiiUlilO
Honolulu, October 10, 1890.
MILLIONS HR AMERICA
iv ,nust.s hi .:.
In .ljmilr-nl- llci.V Mnliiasr
OlHlmr.t for 'Itrhlp ttllrr.
Tjiird AhrilofMi. Qovornor Qen-
oral, is about lu visit the Pacific
Attor.ppy Oopo?vilvL(tu, ot
Manitoba bns be3ii appointed
Ministor of the Interior iA he
A dispatch from Autigonish, N.
S., Buys that tho buildings and
crops of. the monastery at Traca
die hiivo been dt-stroyed by liie.
This is the second timo the mon
astery buildings have been burn
ed within a few years.
TO llUr XXGKUL MINKS.
It is stated in Toronto on the
best of authority that a wealthy
English syndicate have despatch
ed a man to the Sudbury district
with a view to Iho purchiise of till
the nickel interests in that region.
It would take nearly 81,000,000 to
put the dcul through.
LEl'ltOSV IN MONTltEAIi.
Leprosy in tho worst torm ex-
i ists iu Montreal. Leo Tung, a
I Chinaman, who died of a mystor-
lous illness, lies been found to
have be u a victim of it. An in
spection of all Chinese boarding
1 and lodging houses and stores has
! been ordered.
.In the House of Commons, Mr.
.Laurior said that it was the inten
tion of the Government to keep
iiinmigrntion ngonte in tho western
states. They expected also to get
a larjie flow of immigrants from
tho British Isles, but not very
many from tho European conti
nent. ELOPEMENT OF AN ACTltESS.
Montreal, Sopt. 24. Fay Tom
ploton, the actress, who was the
leading character iu ' Excelsior,"
which is running here this weok,
,has disappeared and it is supposed
that she has oloped with J. Brown,
.nephew of Johu "Wanamaker of
Philadelphia, and is believed to
havo gone to Europe.
THE I AST ATLANTIC SEUVtOE.
Montreal, Oct. 5. A Star cable
from London says: Tho state
ment that Mr. Chamberlain and
Sir Itichard Cartwright have come
to somo agreement on tho fast
mail service is accepted there as
evidence that tho sorvice will bo
of the highest ollicieucy, for Mr.
Chamberlain has always insisted
most strongly on tho necessity of
this, if Canada was to take tho
place in Imperial affairs to which
her position entitles her.
It is believed in Halifax
in hlalitrtx that
ono or more of the Irish In vincibles
who are charged with plotting to
kill British royal porsonoges by
tho ufco of dynamite, passed
through tho city on thoir way
from tho United States to Eng
land. Somo mouths ago, straugo
inquiries woro made about tho
citadel and othor fortifications by
snspioious looking men, who pro
fessed to be merely curious sight
seers, and theso facts aro recalled
now that the dynatnito conspiracy
has been exposed.
the iminai: disaster
D. G. McDonnell, barristor and
solicitor, of Vancouver, issued 25
vrits iu ono day lately for dam
agos in tho matter of tho Point
Ellico bridge disaster of tho 26th
of May last. They worq served
in Victoria. Tho claimants aro
persons personally injured, or
relatives of others who woro kill
ed, and tho claims aro against tho
Corporation of tho City of Victo
ria and tho Consolidated Railway
Co. Tho aggregate of tho Buits is
between 8400,000 and 500,000.
Mr. Daltou McCarthy, Q. O., M.
P., has boon retained as counsel
in case of an appeal to tho Privy
Uouncn. d.t as expected tuat a
motion will bo inado to consoli
date tho caies, uniting thorn into '
groups, as far as possible.
the o. 1'. n. STMKE.
Reports tiro contradictory as to
the strike of the Canadiau Paci
fic Railway tolegraph operators.
Montreal reports to General Sup
erintendent Abbott nt Vancouver
that seventy five uer cent, of their
men on tho eastern division are at
t nr i 1 i . . i . i . 0
l iuaiuroai proa3 uispiuou or
tho Gth-ertys: Tho stated reason
why tho Railway Company docs
not fill a'l the strikers' places at
onco 5b duo to President 'Van
Homo's sympathy. Ho wishes all
tho strikers who cuu .bo taken
back, to regain thoir places. Cor
tainly the road is in a position to
fill upiovory vacaut plaoo within
ton days, with American 'opera
tors, who are applying -by hun
dreds. The strikers are just ao confi
dent ao over today, and it is Baid
this isduo to tho fact that arrange
ments aro nearing a conclusion
for the calling out of anothor
branch of tho service. However,
there is aii elomont of doubt in
this connection. Passenger trains
aro running on time, and freights
are beginning in a way that must
alarm thosoof tho union who havo
On tho othor hand, tho Van
couver .News-Ad verttbur of tno 7th
has the following:
There was practically no change
yestorday in tho local situation as
regards tho two parties concerned
in the etriko of tho telegraph op
erators of tho Canadiau Pacific
Railway. Nor does it appear
likely that there will, except as
tho result of the news from Mont
real. Tho roal centra of opera
tions is now transferred to that
place, whore a delegation repre
senting all tho branches ot tho
operating department of tho Rail
way is having a meeting with tho
chief oflicials of tho Company. A
despatch received trom Montreal
last ovouiug stated that the meet
ing wus still in progress, but up
to the timo of writing, nothing
had beon received by us us to tho
result, if any, hich had been ar
rived at, of the negotiations. It
is probable, however, that today
something will be known which
will indicate whether tho etriko is
at an end on somo satisfactory
bas)s of sottiemont, or whether it
is to bo continued on a moro se
rious and larger scale than here
tofore. UMIXD STA'IES.
THE ItECOUD DHEAKINO TIU1'.
Sun Francisco, Sopt. 30. The
Pucific Mail steamer China ar
rived today from Hong Kong and
Yokohama two days ahead of time,
breaking tho trans-Pacific record
between Yokohama and San Fran
cisco, and lowering tho record of
fast steamers on all Hues betweou
San Francisco and Honolulu two
hours. The run to Honolulu from
Yokohama was made in 0 days 10
hours and 11 minutes, two hours
under tho record. From Hono
lulu to this city tho time was 5
days, 8 hours, 29 minutes, two
hours under the record.
HOTIISCIIILDS INVESTING IN AME
RICA. Private cable advices bay that
Hamilton Smith, tho ogont of tho
Exploration Company, London,
which has within 18 mouths paid
810,500,000 for 500,000 shares, in
tho Auaconda Copper Mining
Company, whoso proportios aro in
Montaua, is on his way to this
country again. Mr. Smith's mis
sion is said to bo to closo a deal
whereby tho Exploration Com
pany really tho Rothschilds is
to acquire tho remaining stock,
500,000 shares of tho Anaconda
Company, upon which thero was
given an option for tho net sum of
Wheat roso two cents on tho
Chicago Exohango ou October G.
Tho cause was actual buying
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KKhUiroi' rut: iMttMr, f.lixtio.n
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llnU'i iiilimi'iito ArrMHireil for tlm Coin-
liitt Vi'iir-Xfu Jf onilpr r.trclnil
lMunilclnl ATnlr. riotirltlllnir.
Tho annual eleotiou of oflicors
of tho Kilohaua Art Loaguo hold
last night resulted as follows:
Presidout, D. Howard Hitch
Vico President, Miss Anna
Treasurer, Miss Augusta Gra
ham. Secretary, C. W. Dickoy.
Literary 'Circle, Mrs. Henry
Castlo, Mrs. W. Froar, Dr. O. T.
Musical Circle, Mrs. A. B. Tuck
or, Miss Graco Richards, Prof.
Dramatic Circle, Mr. J. F.
Brown, Miss Kate McGrew, Maj.
Geo. O. Potter.
Tho treaBuror's report showed a
balance on hand of $75.50 aud
S12D.50 due from members.
Mrs. A. B. Tucker aud Misses
McGrew and Richards wero made
a special committee- to report on
tho purchase of a piauo.
Mrs. Henry CaBtlo and Messrs.
D. Locan, W. 11. Farrincton, D.
H. Hitchcock and G. W. Dickoy
wero appointed a press committee,
aud a number of now membors
Tho following program of events
for the ensuing year was decided
December 19 Literary enter
tainment. January 30 Dramatic perform
ance. March 13 Musicale.
April 25 Lecturo by Prof.
Juno G Literary entertainment.
July 18 Dramatic performance.
August 29 Musicale.
October '10 Lecturo by Prof.
Till: AKJIKXUX UUKSriO.V.
Aiisln-lliitklMii Agreement to DeiMKie
London. Sept. 5. Sir William
Vernon Harcourt, tho Liberal
leader of the Houso of Commons,
speaking tonight at Ebbvalo, ex
pressed himself upon tho Turkish
question for the first timo since
tho present conditions havo devel
oped. Ho called upon tho Gov
ernment to grant security and pro
i.i: l. a ...;.,.. rp
tection to tho Armenians. Iho
Turkish government, ho said,
could never bo reformed until it
ceased to exist; but, he added,
England could not act alono, bo
cause only a military occupation
of Turkey would avail to protect
tho Armenians. Eugland must
co-operate with Russia, tho first
stop being to obliterate tho Cyprus
convention by which tho Island of
Cyprus was ceded to Great Bri
tain. London, Oct. G. Tho Chronicle
this morning Bays that it learns
from a good-source that tho Czar
aud Loid Salisbury have agreed
upon a policy for tho ultimato do
position of tho Sultan.
tiik usivi;nsirv assouiaiion.
Mirrt'iHful Orciiiilrittlou of n Nc Sn-c-loly
At a meeting of collogo gradu
ates called yesterday afternoon at
Y. M. C. A. hall for the purpose
of organizing the University As
sociation of Hawaii twenty-four
graduates of various universities
woro present. A temporary
organization was offoctod with
Rov. D. P. Birnio as presidout
and J. T. Crawloy as secrotary.
A draft of a constitution pro
parod in advanco waB submitted
by Mr. Crawley which was read,
considered and adopted.
Pormauout oflicors woro then
balloted for, the Boloction result
ing as follows: Chief Justico
h h it pj ww m m r-iimaar- .wu-.. . w . - - a La i s ! -
Judd, Prosidont; Rov. D. P. Bir
ley, Secretary and Treasurer, aud
Dr. C. M. Hyde, S. M. Ballou and
"Wallaco 11. Farriugtou, Executive
Tho next meoting is to bo hold
in December, aud the membership
roll will bo kept open in tho mean
time. I Al
oi.ni.sr taco.tia von:it.
Ilr. Hubert II. Dnltou, AKed Nlnetj.
Onn VenrH, IlrKlnleret.
Dr. Rbert H D.dton, ngod 91
ypur. registered at tho city clerk's
office yesteiduy, so us to bo pre
pared to vote t tho npxt presi
dential election. He resides at 31-1
North Eleventh stivot, in Iho
second precinot of the First ward.
Ho is tho oldest man known to
tho present ourolling oterks to
huVM ovor proDtirod to veto in
Mr. Dilton was born in North
Carolina in 1805 He is Btrong
ii nd uppuroutly not ovor 05 yours
old, aud walked to tlm oity hltll
ensior thin inuny could who are u
Bcoro of ye ira his junior. Taeoina
Honolulu lluad Club
At n special meeting of the Ho
nolulu Road Club, held at their
club houso last evening, the fob
lowing porsons wore elected
honorary members: L. A. Thurs
ton, William Wallers, Guorgo
Roiliek, L. M. Vetlesou, T. W.
Hobron, J. S. Martin. Activo
membors: J. F. Scott, Ed Hitch
cock, and Kirk Porter. Tho
club anticipate giving an inter
esting smoker in the near future.
Tho road raco to take place tho
last Saturday of this month will
bo opon for all.
i m i
Viewing the City.
Mr. aud Mrs. T. J. McBride of
Toronto aro passongorB for tho
Colonies by tho steamer Warri
moo. A. O. Lovekin, an oldtimo
friend and townsman, has been
showing them the bounties of our
city. Mr. McBrido is tho assis
tant gonoral manager of the Mas-sey-Harris
Co., Ltd , Toronto, tho
largest manufacturing concern in
Canada, and ho now visits the
Antipodes in connection with his
firm's largo intorcstB there.
Scuttle' tho llrc-.
Thoro's good cheer running ovor
at the Anchor Saloon today. The
good timo mado by the steamship
Warrimoo has prevented any dis
appointment to tho many custom
ers who would almost go dry rath
or than drink anything but Scattlo
draught beer off the ice. Com
fortable chnirs and tables aro pro
vided for those who liko to quaff
tho foaming beakers in leisure
and quiet. Tho lunches are
maintained as tho best in Hono
lleim l nt Homo
E. II. F. Woltor received a
letter from Seattlo today in which
tho safo arrival of H. F. Houss,
tho missing contractor and Na
tional Guard lieutenant, is noted.
Whilo in Seattlo somo timo ago
Mr. Woltnr called on Houss'
family andean furnish his pro
sont address to any inquiring
friends or mourning creditors.
A ' llciuirturv.
E.V.Jordan,the FortBtroot dry
goods merchant, has leased the
brick promises in tho roar of his
storo, formerly ocenpiod by E. A.
Williams, which he will convert
into a toy department. The
present storo will bo extended
backwards so as to include tho
nowly leased promises.
Arrivals at tho Hawaiian hotel
sinco yestorday aro Mr. and, Mrs.
Siduoy Cloment8on and wife of
Boston, who aro through passeng
ers on tho Warrimoo; Mr. and
Mrs. 0. S. Kynuorsloy of Kohala,
who returned from tho CoaBt to
day; 1. 1. Fronch.M.D , of Boston
and Albert II Nowoll of Melbourne
THE CZAR ENTERS PARIS
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Paris, Oct. (i. The Canr and
Czarina arrived hero rnifoly ,at
Ruiiebii:li station from Cher-,
j bourg at 10 o'clock this morning.
Tho woathor was Jino aud , tho
, countless decorations showed up
splendidly in tho sunlight. Thoir
I Majesties woro accorded a most
rapturoiiB reception and reached
tho Russian Embassy, where they
will reside during their stay in
Crowds began to gather alonj
the route of tho procession short
ly after daylight. A double lino
of troops held the route from tho
railroad depot to tho Embassy.
Shortly after 7 they wero rein
forced by gendarmes, sergeants
de ville aud detectives, including
a uumbor of agents of tho Russian
secret police aud piekod men fioin
tho Nihilist detectivo corps.
Tho decorations eclipsed any
thing over seen in tho French
capital. Russian and French Uagd
entwined or floating side-bysiao
predominated, but trees, balcon
ies, roofs, lampposts, statues,
auythjng,,and almost everything,
waB utilised for draping to im
press the Czar with tho eilthusi-
asm of Franco at tho visit of heir
friend. Trees boreft of natural
folingo by autumn blasts wero
thickly colored with artificial
leaves and flowers representing
poach, almond and other blossoms.
Rostral columns, 40 feet high,
painted to imitate stono and sur
mounted by Russian double eagleH,
each six feet high, supporting
Iinporial crowns, lined the Champs
Elyseo. Tho place do Hotol do
Villo was made brilliant with Vo
notian masts and colonnades deck
ed with papor flowers and the
Tuillorios gardens wero beautiful
with flags and statues.
Tho special train with Presi
dent Fauro, President of the Sen
ate Loubot, Presidout of tho
Chamber of Deputies Brisson,
Premier Moliue, Cabinet minis
tors aud others arrived at Versail
les at 8:35 a. in., tho Imperial
train following closely. Tho Czar
and Czarina wero received at Ver
sailles by M. Faure, nftor which
thoy entered tho President's train,
tho Russian train being too heavy
for the light rails of tho circular
railroad. The, party arrived nt
Ranelagh Btation, Paris proper,
nt 10 o'clock. At Ranelagh tho
Czar and Czarina wero welcomed
by tho Prosidouts of tho Semite
and Chambor of Doputies, all the
Cabiuet Ministers, General Saus
sior, Military Governor of Paris,
Cardinal Richard, Archbishop
Haris, tho civil aud muuicipul au
thorities and othor high oflicials.
Tho arrival of tho distinguished
travelors was signalled to tho ex
pectant throngs by a fanfare of
trumpets, after which thero was a
long roll from tho drum corps.
Tho guard of honor presented
arms and tho troops wore called to
attontion from ono end of tho
route to tho other, causing tho
ciowdB to bogin cheering from tho'
depot to the Embassy. About tho
station tho air wus rent with roais
of " Vivo 1 Tzar," "Vivo j'Em
porour," "Vivo la Repnblique."
Hats, sticks, umbrellas, handker
chiefs, etc , woro waved wildly,
Tho Czar woro tho uniform of a
colonel of tho Russian Rifles.
Across his breiiBt waB tho Bcarf of
tho Grand Condon of the Logion
of Honor. Ho replied with a mil
itary saluto to tho "present arms"
of the guard of honor. Tho Czar
ina bowed in response to tho for
vout welcome from tho populace
Prosidont Fauro, saluting the Im
perial couple, removed his hat,
aud at tho sauio moment tho bat
tery at Mount Valorion fired tho
first el'iot of tho Imperial salute of
Tho usual formal presentations
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