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A Quiet, Ilomelike L'laco, where Trained
Nurwes, Massacn, "Sweninh Jlovouient,"
Baths, EloctriMty and Physical Traiuing
, way ba obtaiuod.
P. 8. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone C3ii. biii-cniitomlout.
Mr. CliRrle fitepliriiBon, a well-known
ItiilHciiy Uiiinlujo nt Kulupol, Kerr
"About ten years ago, whllo en
gaged in shunting, my foot caught
between tho rails, and my leg was
fractured below tho knee. It healed
in time, but 1 lmvo been troubled
ever slnco with swollen veins, nnd
have been obliged, at times, to wear
a bandage. About a year ago it be
camo much worse, and I feared I
should bo obliged to glvo up my
work. A friend advised mo to try
Aycr's Sarsapaiilla. I did bo, and
after taking four bottles tho swell
ing disappeared, and I have not
been troubled with it since."
Gold Medals at the World's Clilet ExRpilliom.
AYER'S PILLS for Biliousness
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho llopublic ot Hawaii.
LECTllltfM IIY A LADY.
Wlio In n I'lM Klrlmi liming Trnvi'ltil
In Mimy I.iinils.
A lady practitioner in the per
son of Dr. Emily 13. Ryder is nt
present in Honolulu. Dr. llydor
is n physician of many years
standing. Hor credentials state
that she studied medicine in Am
orica and Europe. Slio went to
India in company with Pnndita
Eamabai, tho hih casto Hindu
woman so wellkuown in tho Unit
ed States in connection with her
work for tho Hindu widows. In
India tho Dr.'s profession enabled
hor to enter tho homes of the
Hindus. Sho visited many of the
royal families and traveled in re
mote parts of India off tho beaten
tracks and thus she becamo uo
quaintud with the condition of tho
child wires of that land. Sho has
collected and published in broch
uro form tho statements of many
persons in India, both native nnd
European, with regard to theso
ohild-wivos. The Dr. comes to
Honolulu from Australasia, whoro
sho has been lecturing and arous
ing public opinion on thiB ques
tion feeling sure that as suttee
was abolished when demandedbyan
enlightened public opinion so will
tho evils of child -mnrringo bo re
moved when onco it is thoroughly
undoi stood. Most ilnttering rof
eiences havo been miido by tho
Australasian papeis with regard
to Dr. llyder and hor work.
Among hor letters of commeuda
Hon wo find tho names of tho
Duchess of Con naught and Lady
Harris of India, thouifo of tho
President of tho United States,
tho .Ohnplain of tho Houso of
Representatives, Miss Frances
Willard of tho World's "W. O. T.
U. and many bishops and clorgy
mon of all duuoniinutious. Dr.
Ryder is to givo a series of lioalth
lectures to tho ladies "of Honolulu
beginning on Monday afternoon
Wall, Nichols Go. aro tho solo
aud exclusivo agonts for Fin nay's
Hawaiian Directory. A Biipply
wa's delivered to them today.
People on tho other islands who
wish a copy can securo ono
promptly by addressing tho above
run I UUULOC rtO I IffllICO
they conclude wiui a (iium
Reception nml Dnnco-Spccctirn
Senhor t,'iiiiitirro, III.Iioi llul
ntnii iiim! illr. VltuH.
At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon
the litorary exercises of tho Por
tuguese colony's celebration of tho
anniversary of tho restoration of
Portugueso itidepondenco in 1U-10
woro held nt tho hall of tho Lusi
tana society on Alapai street.
Thoro was an immeuso concourso
of old and young in atteuduueo,
crowding tho spacious hall and
overflowing into tho grounds.
Senhor A. do Souza Oanavarro,
Cliaigo d'Afi'aires of His Porta-
f;uuse Majesty at this capitul, do
ivered a masterly oration. Ho
spoko for ono hoar and a half, in
terrupted only by ringing applauso
at frequent points, giving a lucid
epitome of Portugueso histoiy for
a thousnnd years. Mr. J. S. Ra
mos i pelted a pooni appropriate
to tho day. Messrs. J. P. Collaco
and J. M. Vivas gave addresses
that woro cheered to tho echo.
Many family aud friondly par
ties had brought picnic baskets
along, and enjoyed a feast on tho
lawn. They made a picturesque
Hiouping and enjojed themselves
us Eainpenns know how on holi
I hero was a splendid illumina
tion of tho hall and grounds, as
well as of the btrtct in front, at (!
o'clock. Thoiibands of chorry led
lanterns wero used, a stiing of
them reaching from tho ground to
the top of tho 80 foot flagpole.
Ono sat liko an oveniug star at
tho top of a tall tree. Mauy
strings of ruby lights arched tho
street, whoio flags of dilioient na
tions had hung all day. On tho
front of tho hall was a tiauspar
oncy bearing the Portuguese
crown and standaid in natural
colors. It was beautifully execut
ed, buingHPurly a month's work
of police ollicer J. M. Ferreira,
who, by the way, is a veternn of
tho wars in Africa aud Goa. De
corations of greenery made a
charming entiauco bower of tho
Iuside of th.3 hall a flood of
oloctric light from tho crystul
chandeliers turned night into day.
Grossed fronds of palm relieved
tho walls botween windows, aud
every doorway was arched with
the satuo material. A row of lux
uriant potted ferns and leofy
plants hedged tho front of the
platform. At tho rear on high
was tho legend "1040-189(5" in
largo lotters of gold, surmounting
the ovtended Poi tugueso standard.
At 7 o'clock tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment baud, conducted by Pro
fessor Borger, began a concert on
tho grounds, playing a select pro
gram in which Portuguese nation
al music was a feature Tho lawn
and street woro occupied by an
animated throng of tho Portuguese
inhabitants of all ages aud both
sexes. Two and throe rows of
chairs up aud down tho hall woro
filled with women aud children,
and during tho speech-making at
the lecoption to the Chargo d'Af
i'aires a donso mass of men, stand
ing, filled half tho iciuainiug
floor Bpaco. Ladies had tho seats
on tho platform, among them be
ing Mesdames M. A. Gousnlws,
J. M. Vivas, Rodriguos, Collaco
aud M. G. Silva, and Miss For
reida, school teacher.
About 7:150 Senhor Canavarro
ontered and was escorted, amid
loud cries of "Vivo," to a seat in
front of tho platform by Messrs.
M. G. Silva aud J. M. Vivas. A
cordial address of wolcomo was
delivered by Mr. Vivas, in which
ho included tho representative of
tho Bulletin, who had beon kind
ly seated at a coign of vantage.
Tho Charge d'Affaires, notwith
standing the sovoro exactions up
on his endurnnco aud yoico dur
ing tho day, gavo a cordial and
sympathetic speech in response,
which was received with euthu-
, iri8tic ftPPlft Mr. Vivas wade
ja ptrfotic Bp0ocb, often checked
witli loud applause, and in con
eluding proposed choors for tho
King and hiB Honolulu represeu
tativo, which woro given with
Later tho BiBhop of Panopolis
nrrived, nccompnuiod by Fathors
Sylvester and Valentine, and with
them was escorted uiuidhonrty ap
plauso to tho front. About the
sumo time Rev. A. V. Soares of
the Protestant church entered and
was seated in line with the Catho
lic clergy. As a member of tho
committee snid, with undisguised
satisfaction, neither faction nor
denomination dividpd the colouy
in the day's celubration. Bishop ,
Gulstau was requested to address
tho assemblage, and mounting the '
platform ho delivered a brief but t
oloquenl speech, in kindly and
engaging tones commeudiug the
pooplo for their patriotism, also j
recalling from history the deeds ,
of Portugueso heroes which mado
thorn peers of those most houoicd
by other nations. I
After tho retirement of the j
clerical visitors there waB a pauso .
redeemed from blankiie6B by gen- i
oral sociability, while tho compa-
ny awaited orchestral music for
dancing. In this spaco Mr. and
Mrs. Theo. F. Lausing and Mr. i
and Mrs. E. S. Cuiiliu wero cor-1
dially received by the committee '
and stayed a littlo while to enjoy i
the scone. Throughout tho even
ing light claret and pinenpplo
punches and lemonade wero in
constant circulation, scnod to tho
distinguished guests and tho
matinus in their seats.
An orchestra from tho band en
tered at 9:30,whon dancing began, '
to continue for some flying hours.
Captain Cainara, N. L. 11., acted
as floor manager aud all went
merrily. Soulior Canavarro re
mained for borne time to witness
this closing item in tho long day's
progrum, and notwithstanding the
fatiguing functions he had fulfilled
took keeu pleasnro in tho people's
This was the iirst time tho
Portugueso colony of Honolulu
over celebrated their national Res
loratiou Day .They did it with great
credit to themselves, and the com
mittee of management cannot ho
complimented too highly upon the
result. Tho committee was com
posed of tho following gentlemen:
M. A. Gonsnlvcs, chairman; J. P.
Collaco, M. Costa, J. M. Camara
Jr., J. M. Gomes, J. M. Ferreiia,
Died I'hi- I'riini Home.
Georgo Holliday, a waitor on
tho steatnor Australia, was taken
to the Queen's Hospital the day
boforo that vessol departed. This
noun ho died suddenly. Ho be
longed to Liverpool, England, and
was about 23 years old. Tho
young man had many friends in
Honolulu, who will mourn hiB
untimely death far from homo
Not No 111.
Ministor Willis is happily not
so ill as waB reported in this pa
per yesterday. The information
scorned to bo trustworthy, but was
recoived too lato for investigation;
Mr. Willis has had a run of fovor
for six weeks, but ho was freo
from fovor yesterday for tho first
timo. Ho is stated by his attond
ing physician to bo comfortablo
A. L. Morris of tho Washing
ton Feed Company was arrested
at 1:30 this aftornoon in connec
tion with tho opium seizure Bail
ot $1000 is demauded and will
probably bo found bofoio even
ing. Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mndo and sold. High
est awards nt tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
oaso of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning anil convonionco of ar
raugoruont. B. Bergoiseu, agent,
115J Bothol BtreotB. '
-tiite JWSuv stAMhtimt
AN EVENING OF COMEDY ,
IIAUIIY O ltNON VMHKi: IN A
sn.FMIIH 1M KIMMlTIANfi:.
Another (ioml llnu.n nt llic 'llicnlor
In H It ne. the Ootncil) ill
' lilt Wire.. 1'itlii-r "
, hilo tho Opera Houso last
night did not present tho packed
appoaranco of Saturday evening,
still thoro woro very fovv vncant
Bents, and the sizo of the audience
must havo been more than satis
factory to tho management.
Tho comedy of "His Wife's
Father" might, porhnps, more
correctly bo torraod a comedy
drama, for while tho audience is
convulsed with laughter at ono
moment, nt tho next it is almost
affected to tears. Thoro aro but
three main characters in tho play:
"Buchanan Billings" Harry
Carson Clarke an over indulgent
fathor; "Nell Billings" Miss
Blanche Bates, his only daughter
and "Frnnk Hamilton" Mr.
Frank Worthing, her husband.
Ab tho first, Mr. Clarke again
surprised his audience with
another iustnuco of his
great versatility. Although
utmost constantly on tho
Btngo he uovor for a moment for
got his assume a character and tho
many little mannerisms of facial
expression, peculiar walk and such
othor little tricks with which ho
clothed tho part. Ho was evident
ly at his best aud one time had
the audienco laughing heartily
and at tlio next almost crying
' with sympathy. It was a splon-
did piece of acting throughout.
I Ab his only daughter, who is
almost distracted between uffee
tiou for hor fathor and lovo for
. her husband, Miss Blanche Bates
! was seen to better advantage than
in nny plays in her roportoiro yet
produced hero. Sho divided tho
. honors of tho ovening with Mr.
Claiko. It was generally couced
! ed that tho scouo in which her
husband leaves her nnd fc-ho falls
senseless at hr fulhet's feet, after
upbraiding him ns tho cause, was
tho best bit of acting 6een during
tho present season.
I Mr. Frank Worthing ns tho
husband ovidently had a part that
was unsuited to him, for although
his impersounti ju showed tho
careful nud conscientious actor
there seemed to bo somethini'
, lackiug in it which was generally
1 Ab tho old sorvant Mr. Wilson
Enos scored quito a success of a
I minor part, especially in his
I drunken scene, nud ho was greet
ed with freouont applause and
lnughtor. Miss Phosa MaAUistor
also mado much of tho charactor
of tho old maiden aunt.
Tho othor parts wero all well
filled, as has always boon tho case
with tho Frnwloy Company.
Occasionally tho Bulletin has
touched up tho evil of scorching
by cyclists. A scorcher had his
rovongo this morning when ho
ran ovoi the editor's daughtor of
soven years on hor way to school.
Tho child had her dress torn to
libbons and was plnstorod with
mud from bond to foot, but, no
thanks to tho reckless cyclist, es
caped any other but noivous in
jury. Half an hour hitor a young
lad was soon scorching his way
along tho sidowalk, near tho placo
whero tho "accident" just noted
took placo, to tho poril of groups
of fluldron Under school ago who
woro playing on the path. Grown
up whoolmon of sorao promiuonco
in tho community have beon ob
served enreering along tho side
Color your -own photos with
oriental liquid photo colors. No
skill js roquirod, they aro trans
parent colors which show all tho
dotuils of tho photo through them.
King Bios.' aro tho only ones that
havo them for salo.
SOME ITEMS FROM HILO
YtOlir ItK'llV AMI lltSKIHI.L OS
loll ii III tn .linn I.iikct III I'lirno An-
other Is Knblipil-Jiipiiiicnu .tloli
SIoihI Oir ly onieer-.
The steamer Hawaii brings
Hilo papeis, including last Sat
urday's itioiie or the Tribuuo.
TIIANKSalVINO AT HILO.
On Thanksgiving day tho As
thoro, sailed by Peto McRao and
Capt. Woir, won tho yacht race,
boating Sevoranco and Lyman in
tho Aurora and Sunbeam lespec
lively. Hilo dofeated Olaa at baseball,
17 to 1G.
A salulo of 21 Chincso bombs
was fired at Little's luw oftico in
honor of McKinloy's oloctiou.
Tho day ended with a dance for
the benefit of tho band.
COWED WITH PISTOLS.
Constables Silva and Porreira,
while bringiug two Japanese
arrested in a raid on a gambling
and opium joint from Uonomu to
llilo, weio twice set upon by Jap
anese mobs. A shot from a re
volver scattered tho first mob, but
it was only necessaryto show tho
weapous to tho second.
Capt. Wm. Matson will present
a yachting tiophy cup for compe
tition nt Hilo.
In the rogue's gallery at tha
police btation are the pictures of
bcvcn Hawaiiaus, all relatives
within tho fourth degree, all in
Tho Tribune is after tho com
mittee for selecting sites for pro
mised public buildings, to make
them get a " move on."
Tho Chicago lurabor merchant
previously mentioned has found
that it would cost too much to get
koa lumber out in comparison
with the expense of mahoguuy in
M. G. Sunt' Anna, of tho Fer
nandez liquor house of Honolulu,
wns lobbed of a gold watch, chain
aud Ancient Order of Foresters
charm at Paauhau, Uamnkua,
Tuesday week. No cluo to the
robber has beon found.
Capt. Maby is growiug nice ap
ples in Hilo.
W. P. Fennoll of Punalua has
imported a gramophouo and s
shedding its music all ovor tho
island by telephone.
A Chinaman hung himself at
A. V. Peters of tho Hobrou
Drug Co. dropped his purso on
tho road in Kohala and can't find
Kilauea waB very activo during
A Bovoro earthquake shock was
Harry T. Mills has been ap-
Jioiuted school agent for the
Coinnicrclnl .Muii mitl 'eiiucr Muu
to Wcl Mter.
This evening Mr. Fr.ed. L.
Waldrou, of Theo. H. Davios &
Co.'s stall', vill marry Mrs. 8. E.
Swan. Mr. Win. Thompsou of
Hyman Bio's.' storo will bo host
At tho samo time Mr. Georgo
Mansou of tlio Bulletin's writing
stuff will marry MisB Lilian Joso
phiuoSluupe. Mr. Finney will
bo best man, aud littlo Kuby,
daughtor of Mr. Arthur Harrison,
maul of honor.
Tho marriage will bo solemniz
ed by Rev. Alox. Mackintosh at
tho residence of tho parents of
both brides, Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe,
Thurston aveuuo. With tho ex
ception of tho best men and tho
clergyman, tho wedding party will
bo an exclusively family one.
TIiobo beautiful pastel paintings
of different Hawaiinu scones aro
ta be had at King Bros.' only.