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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
'Tho (loinaud 'for ignrdon and
plantation toolH is largo and our
orders to Eugland to supply the
domnnd uro in proportion. We
tiro on joying u reputation for soil
ing good goods nt low prices, con
sequently wo nro doing ft larger
eharo of business thaniinost houses
in tho scimo lines.
By the Ed wind May wo receiv
ed a largo iuvoicoot goods for
garden and plantation uso. The
quality is unquestionably the best
nnd the prices the lowest. Tho
Carpenters . . .
. . .Tools!;
An order for any of theso will
have prompt attention. Goods de
livered at any time and any ploea
in the city.
j. I. WATERHOUSE
ju the pride of a mnu
who insists ou showing
tho lnbol on tho insido
of his lint. What a pity
tho high-priced hatters
do not paste their labels
on tho outsido of their
hnls, or, bettor still, sell
lieir labels for half dollar
each. For $2.25
wo hand you his five-dollar
hat minus tho
label. Can you count
the fellows who would go
for his label and our hat?
I. LEVIMSTOK, - - - Manager.
"" Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street
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is the source of good health.
Makes Pure Blood,
Strengthens tho Nerves,
Shaipons tho Appetite,
Removes that Tired Feeling,
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any other ail
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Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo AKeutH for tho Itopnbllo of Hawaii
ano 1111:11 11x1: mi: . 111:1:.
Will I.imivh KiiuIhikI I.ir flip !. A.
The Sydney Herald of October
1 suys: "The Aorangi, which has
been purchased to supplement the
present service in the Canadian
Australian lino, is refitting at
Messrs. Swan aud Hunter's yards
at JSowcastlo-ou- lyno. Ot very
graceful lines, and with her im
proved engines and her now pas
senger appointments the laltor
to be of a luxurious character tho
ex London and New Zealand mail
steamer ought to prove a popular
addition ou tho lino between Aus
tralia and Vancouver."
The San Francisco Chronicle of
October 23 says the Aorangi will
leave England for Sydney in a
fow wpoks. Sho has a capacity
for 419G touB.
Al lent ton rrolilbllluiil.tK.
Remember tho election tomor
row, at Ttirum's Book Store. Do
not fail to go and voto the Pro
hibition ticket. Joshua Lovor
ing is the Prohibition candiduto
for I'rosidont and Halo Johnson
for Vice President. Prohibition
is a larger issue than tho curren
cy question. Tho Prohibition
ticket will receive a birgo voto in
tho United States. Voto for the
homo and against tho suloon.
Take your frionds to voto tho
Piohibition ticket, work for it.
Tho s.iloou must go.
.Second Xuu Steiimor.
Another now schooner will soon
co mo to this port to recoivo steam
ongines. Then sho will start for
tho Hawaiian Islinds to outer tho
intercolonial trade with tho
James Spiers, recently built. Tho
hull of tho new vessel has just
been finished at tho bhipyuids of
Hull Brothers, Port Blakoloy.
Sho has been christoucd the
Scr.iy, nnd is 120 feet 2 inchos in
length, 2S feot in boani, 10 foot 2
inches in depth of hold, and hns
11 net capacity for 229 tons.- -S. F.
Chroniclo, Oct. 21.
In (lit. I'ullre Court.
Eight drunks got tho usual fine
in Judge do la Vorgne's court this
Piilaui ploadod guilty of soiling
liquor without a license. Sontonco
Murakami was fined $2 and costs
for selling goods on Sunday.
Ah Sara and Ah You woro fined
S50 each for having opium unlaw
fully in possession.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
iti:vonmox si'X.iis to ni:
rr.NiiMi i.t Tonunv.
Vlpirr ninl Important ITIovn 1
.llnrco In Culm Intelligence
fr.Kll All I.iuids.
Two passeiigor trains collided
near St. Louis on October '25 and
eight persons were killed and
twenty one injured.
Moonlight raiders have destroy
ed all the tollgatos in Frauklin
An attompt to wreck a passeng
er train inOregon, by putting logs
on tho track, was foiled.
General Morton 0. Hunter
died at Bloomington, Indiana,
Oct. 25, of paralysis. lie was dis
tinguished both in civil and mili
tary lifo. Ho was tbo bero of
Suodgrass Hill, and saved the day
Durrani's caso will go to tho
Supromo Court of California on
the records without argument.
Charles F. Crisp, ex Speakor of
tho Houso of Representatives,
died at Atlanta, Georgia, on Oct
ober 23. He bad beon ill for sov
Sharkey will fight Fitzsimmons
at San Francisco on Decembor 0.
Tho report that President Clove-
' land intends interfering in the
I Cuban iiil'air is ridiculed in a
' Washington dispatch.
, Eambusch, tho nbs'.'onding
I Wisconsin bankor, whoso for
I geries are put at from .'100,000 to
iS500,000, has committed suicide
' in Virginia
THE llUNMNOTON AT TACOMA.
I Tacomn, Wash., Oct. 23. The
1 United States warship Bennington
. arrived from Everett early this
morning. Captain George W.
, Bigmiui, commander of tho Ben
1 uington, said his ship would re
main hero till next Tuesday, when
I she will go to Olympia. Aftor
1 that sho will go to Seattle and
; thou go to San Francisco. It is
expected sho will bo ordered to
tho west const of South America.
Tho captain says tho Bennington
is here merely on a visit, and sho
will not mako tests of coal, as has
l'AMOUH l'ASTKU DEAD.
One of tho known victims of a
firo that destroyed a pottery at
Akron, Ohio, ia Dr. H. T. Tnunor,
whoso right name wob Frnncis
Harrison, whoso name was made
famous by a fast of forty days in
which ho onco indulged. Tanner
was a strange character. Several
years ago ho sold his wifo to
Adam Ilildc, a Gorman, for $10
aud nn old sowing machine.
l'ATAL 3IAIUNE CASUALTY.
The Pacific Coast steamship
Arago went ashore at 8 o'clock
in tho morning of Octobor 20, at
tho entrance to Coos Bay, Oregou.
At least twelvo nion mot watery
graves. Those lost so far as
known are: John Norman of
Marshfiold, passenger; E. Me
Graw of Coqnille, pnssonger;
Richard Walters of Oakland, Cnl.,
pnssonger; W. E. Brown, chief
engineer; William Whittle, fire
mnn; Eric Wall, firomnn; An
thony McDado, fireman; Richard
Patterson, steward; F. Fernandez,
chiof cook; J. Krugcr, sailor;
Henry Sander, sailor; Bon, tho
ELIXTION 1'OltKCAST IJY Till: M;V
Now York, Octobor 21. The
Herald predicts aftor a ourolul
canvass of ovory State in tho
United State?, that William Mc
Kinloy Jr. will bo olected Presi
dent on November 3d by a largo
majority of tho Electoral Collego.
This conclusion hos boon deter
mined by giving tho States of
Conueotiout, Delaware, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Mnino, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, New
Hampshiro, Now York, Now Jor
sey, Pennsylvania, Ifoutuekj ,
Rhodo Island, Vermont, West
Virginia and Wisconsin to tho
candidate of tlo Republican pir
ty. TlitMP States will givo Mo
Kinloy 248 votes. William J.
Bryan., it is conceded, will carry
Alibama, Arkansas Colomdc,
F.'fida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisi
ana, MNsisHipni, Missouri, Mnn-
Mi C rolim.
Tennessee, Toxus, Utah and Vir
ginia. Theso Snits will givo tie
O'indidiitu of the Democratic paity
Tho doubtful State nro C-ili-
foruia, Kansas, Minnosotn, No
bracka, Nortn Carolina, North
Dakota. Oregon, South likt.
Wnohiiif. t.m and Wyoming. Ti.oso
represent 05 votes. Wero Mr.
Hryan to bCcuro overy ono of thoso
doubtful States Mr. McKiuley
would bo still elected by 11 baud
some and significant majority.
Tho Herald has also made a
canvass of every Congressional
district in tho country mid is able,
therefore, to predict Unit a ma
jority voto of the Fifty fifth
Congress will be for sound money
and for tho principles of tho St.
Louis platform. Tho nutnbor of
Republicans who will tako tho
oath at the beginning of the next
ppssion will be 221, Democrats 127
and P.pulisU G. Thoso totals
may bo olas fiud into theso pro
portions: For sound mutiny. 215
tes; for free silver, 1-12 votes.
Tho draft of a 'bill to regulate
tho sugar industry of Franco and
to counteract the export bounties
of other countries has beon sub
mitted to tho Cabinet.
Sir Albert Sas&oon, a distingu
ished aud philanthropic East In
dian bauker, has died in Loudon.
Sir Charles Dilko has mndo a
speech in London, calling atten
tion to tho luck of men for tho
Tho civil mnrringo of the Crown
Prince of Italy to Princess Holeuo
of Montenegro took place on Oct
ober 21 in the ballroom of the Quir
innl, Rome, and the religious
coremony occurred later in tho
Church of Santa Maria Degli
A Berlin dispatch to tho Stand
aid says Russian oflioials on tho
PriihHiiu frontier have seized a
hundred thick walking sticks con
taining thousatids of nihilist pro
clamations. Former strikers of tho Carmaux
glass works havo inaugurated,
with a grand celebration, a co
operative glass factory at A I hi,
Franco. It is said that tho schomo
is to uso all the profits of the
works for a socialistic propa
ganda. Queen Wilhelmina of tho
Netherlands has taken her first
communion. Emperor Willinm
sont her a preseut.
A syndicate has bought a steam
er iu which to try tho motivo
power of a primary olectrio bat
ter invented by two young men of
Clydebank, Scotland. If it prove
a success it will revolutionize
Tho Right Rov. Fredorick
Temple, Bishop of London, has
boon appointed Archbishop of
Canterbury and Primato of All
England in succession to tho Into
Most Rev. Edward WhitoBonsou.
Ho is tho son of an nrmy ollieor,
and was born November 30, 1821.
UU.SSIAN IT.rTiVrK PUNISHED.
Ex -Popo Tolstoi of tho Russian
Church, who war, recently deposed
from tho priest's functions bo
causo ho had refused to clear him
solf of an accusation that ho had
been convorted to Catholicism,
has boon arrested at Moscow aud
taken to Nijni, whom he wns con
demned by a church tribunal to
seven y oars' bauishmont from St.
Potorsburg and Moscow and was
forbidden to hold any state office
for twenty years.
A 8ECIIET ALLIANCE.
Tho Hamburger Naohriohten,
Priuco Bismnrck's 'organ, prints
an article disclosing the fact that
a defensive alliance oxistod bo-
Continucd on Jflh Paije.
JOHN W. FOSTER ARRIVES
ii i: is
ON HIS WAY TO JAPAN
Not on 11 ncllc-nlc llllniimtlc i1IIliin
t Iliiwnll, in Unit IIcpii Allium urt-il
lie ! Miiiwii tlio City.
Hon. Johu W. Fostor, who was
Secrotary of State iu President
Harrison's Cabinet, is n through
passenger on tho steamship Peru,
accompanied by Mrs. Fostor.
Coast papers had announced that
ho was coming to Hawaii on n
delicate diplomatic mission. This
was afterwards denied and it was
said that ho was going through to
China and Japan. The truth is
that ho will not go to tho Orient
but will spond several weoks in
Hawaii, whero, as a San Francisco
paper puts it, ho will combine
business with pleasure
It wiib tho Hon. John W. Fostor
who negotiated tho treaty be
tween China and Japan which
ended tho late war. Ho is said to
recoivo $20,000 a yoar from tho
Chinese Government, aud ho has
at different times boon employed
by Mexico, Bolgium and other
countries. For many years ho
has given closo attention to ques
tions of intornationnl law, prac
ticing nt Washington. In this ho
has world-wido distinction. It is
said that for ninny years ho has
inado far moro money each year
than tho President of tho United
Ho was appointed Minister to
Mexico in 1S73 by President
Hay os and before his term ex
pired was transferred to RusHtn
us Minister. President Arthur
appoiuted him afterward as Min
ister to Spain. Ho served three
years and resigned,roturned homo
aud negotiated au important com
mercial treaty with Spain. Tho
Senate opposed it, and President
Clovelaud withdrew it for further
consideration. Lntor Mr. Foster
went to Spain iu tho interest of a
For his services as a diplomat
in tho interest of China in re
ducing tho indemnity desired by
.Japan ho received, it is said, a
fortuno iu itself.
Ho served in the War of tho
Rebellion, and for a time after
ward was editor of tho Evansvillo
(Indiana) Journal. Ho is u'O
Discussing McKinloy's chnnces
iu the coming election, aud tho
Stato of Indiana particularly, Mr.
" I spont about ton dayB in In-
diann on tho way out. Wo am
haviug a fight there. Wo always
havo. But this yoar tho Populists
and Democrats havo combined.
Howover, that won't mako any
difforonco. Wo will boat them any
way. By how much of a majority
will wo carry tho election ? That
is hard to say. 1 don't pretend to
know. Some say 25,000 or 30,000.
But wo are going to carry it.
" And wo am going to carry tho
country for McRinloy. My only
anxiety now is to seo what Cali
fornia is going to do. Tho Stato
ought to bo for McKinloy by an
" 1 was in Chicago on my way
bore. There they woro very con
fident and enthusiastic. Chicago
is going to givo McKiuley a great
er majority than any other mnn
ever received thoro.
" Everything iu Iowa is favor
able, too. I mot a very intelli
gent gentleman on tho train who
was from Minnesota, and ho told
mo thoro was no doubt nbout that
Stato, that it would bo for McKin
loy by a rouBing majority.
.Mil. FOSTKlt INTEIIVIEWEI).
From tho steamer Mr. and Mrs.
Foster wero taken in charge by
Attornoy-Gonoral Smith and en
tertained during tho morning.
About 11 o'clock thoy drovo to tho
Hawaiian Hotol, whero apartments
had beon reservod for them. Lor
rin A. Thurston was closeted with
tho distinguished visitor whon a
Bulletin mau sont up his card.
Mr. FoBter kindly gavothe report
er a few minutes of his timo nnd
in substanco said iu reply to ques
tions: " My visit horo has no political
Bignilicanco whatovor. My wifo
and myself havo heard bo much
about tho climate and scenery of
your island paradiso that wo de
termined to gratify au oft-ex
pressed desiro to come horo anil
bco for ourselves whether all that
we have heard concerning the isl
ands is true. It has so happened
that on my various trips to China
the steamer 1 was on did not stop
hero and this is my first visit. It
is too suoti to givo you my im
pressions ot the plnct-but later ou
1 shall bo glad to do so.
' Wo havo no idea how loug wo
shall stay, but it will bo fifteen or
twouty days or maybe longer. I
havo not even inquired about
whon thostoamors leave. Wo am
not particularly pressed for time
aud wo want to seo all that is
Asked a8 to tho prospects of tho
campaign iu tho United States
Mr. Foster buid no man could loll
who would be eh e ted. Tho Re
publicans and Gold Democrats
wore positivo that McKiuley
would bo tho mau, while the sup
porters of Bryan wero equally
positive and enthusiastic about the
chauceB of their leader. Person
ally ho had ovory confidoueo iu
McKinloy's olection but, ho ndded,
" you people hero who rend tho
papers are just as well informed
and as well able to judge who will
win as I am."
Upon the subject of annexation
aud what effect the olection ot
McKinloy would havo on tho
question, Mr. Foster declined to
oxpipss any opinion. On this ho
said: "I havo not talked with Mr.
McKinloy on the question and I
know nothing of his views on tho
annexation of theso islands, nor, I
think, does anyone olso. Tho ex
citement and uncertainty of the
olection precludes Mr. McKinloy
or any of tho great leaders of tho
party giving any attention to out
sido matters at present."
About town tho opinion is free
ly expressed that Mr. Fostor is
hero for tho purposo of quietly
posting himself on tho Hawaiian
situation, so that ho may givo Mr.
McKiuley tho benefit of his viows
whon tho question of nnnoxntion
comes to tho front again.
The I'lirliisurNo :iiur'l.
Dedicatory exercises in con
nection with tho opening of the
now Portugueso church woro hold
yesterday afternoon iu tho pro
senco of a largo audience. Trea
surer A. F. Cooko submitted a
statomout showing total re
ceipts to havo been $11,220.
71; disbursements $11,203.1-1;
bnlanco ou hand $17.57; amount
needed for moitgago, etc., $2500.
A subscription list was then cir
culated and tho sum of $1535
pledged. Tho exercises woro par
ticipated iu by Rovs. O. P. Emor
Bon, D. P. Birnie, A. A'. Soares
and O. II. Gulick and Messrs. A.
F. Cooko aud W. A. Bowen.
The Hund Knee.
A largo numbor of peoplo con
gregated on Union Squaro to eeo
tho finish of tho five milo road
race on Satuiday afternoon. Tho
raco wns particularly close, tho
riders coming down to Kawaia
hao church nearly in a bunch.
Hero Damon mndo 11 ripurt and
shot out from tin crowd crossiug
tho wiro in 13:15; Silva waB sec
ond in 13:15.',; Bond third in 1-1:01
and Sylvester fourth iu 1-1:03. The
last named ran into n hack and
was compelled to borrow a froBh
wheol, othorwiso ho would have
probably won tho raco.
Hawaiian F Haysoldon, Ln
nai; O K Frooman, Yokohama;' S
M Terrell, Yokohama; Mr anil
Mrs S W Rosendajp, Now York;
Ernest E Datton iiiid wifo, Lon
don; and Johu W loster midlife,
Arlington Thomas Ferguson,
Sau Francisco; H Stroubcck, W
iluku; Carl Juch, liana.
.. - --fat.