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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1897.
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"While in Capo Town the past
summer I suffered greatly from tho
long-continued heat. I was com
pletely worn out; my blood seemed
to become as thin as water, and I
lost nil energy and interest in life.
My friends recommended Ayer's
Sarsapariila, and a courso of this
wonderful medicino restored my
health and spirits. lly husband suf
fered in tho sumo way as I did,
though not lo such an extent, and
lie also was greatly benefited from
tho uso of
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Lnaus, ltcceptious, eta., etc., will bo filled
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,Bpmdulu, Feb. 5, 1&07. 52Q-2w
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
i:it'!.IIOX AM) WO II IN SDI'
ItAliL' l. i:mJI,NI.
Jjloiiracilu Oiiinl'Hill J'H"i n lio.inl
VSfAVBtiliic "ii"! 11 torrl iiu It runt
. frtmi (Icrumii).
By the stenmer Warrimoo tho
following newB, two or throe dnys
later than the latest Sun Finn
cisco advices, has boon received:
Oipnallloii lo UnvornilKMit rdtii-ntlnit
Hill Vt'ommi Min'rngc.
Tho Government's Education
Bill is hotly denounced by tho
Liberals as being a step too secta
rian nud distinctly unjust to board
schools, Bays a Loudon dispatch.
Tho defeat of the Consorvativo
candidate, Mr. Dowar, by Mr.
"Woods, Liberal, in tho election in
"WalthamBtow division of Essex,
wos largely duo to tho Education
Tho Liberal Federation has
issued a manifesto denouncing
tho bill us violating every princi
ple of tho Liboral's Education
policy, and urging demonstra
tions throughout tho country to
kill tho bill.
Thoro is goneral interest in tho
coming election for tho Bridgoton
division of Gbibgow for a succes
sor to Sir Georgo Otto Trevolynu.
Tho lladicuiB have selected Sir
Chuilos Cameron whoso platform
is homo rule, disestablishment,
taxation of land values and can
celling of tho prohibition of the
importation of cattle from Canada
and tho Unitnd States which, ho
declares, is specially injurious to
Glasgow. Tho Consorvativo can
didate is Charles Scott Dixon, Q.
S., Solicitor-Gonornl for Scot
land. Tho second roading of tho Wo
men's Franchise bill in 110 wiso
means its adoption or this session.
Tho voto only places it in a favor
ablo position, and 11 f lor AVIiitsun
tido it will be strenuously oppos
cd. It has no chance of becoming
law. During tho dobnto tho ladies'
galleries woro pauked, and le
marks of supporters of the inen
suro woro punctuated by waving
of whito handkerchiefs, vvhilo tho
speeches of opponouts of tho bill
wore greeted with expressions of
Tho government's proposal to
increase the uumbor of battalions
of the Guards and to fetation part
of this foreo at Gibraltar lias
caused a great outcry. It is de
clared that this step virtually
means tho ruin of tho Guards,
whoso present strength is only
maintained by decreasing the
standard of physique. Tho officers
predict that tho Guards will coaso
to bo a crack corps and that thoy
will bo reduced to tho lovol of a
Tho London Globe espressos
eurpriso that nothing has beon
said of tho Canadian proposal to
recruit a regiment of tho lino
locally and assumes that somo
hitch has occurrod. Tho Globo
adds: "It would certainly be au
enormous gain if all tho great
colonies would undertake to con
tribute to tho Imporial defense ou
tho lines suggested by those Caua
Mt.ll.1I AN AI'l'AlIf).
Ilitniurrk Wcury of I.iro-Seim.illniia
The Cologno Yolks Zeitung
claims it has proof that Emperor
William after tho recent rovela
tions wrote a personal letter to
Prince Bismarck uppoaliug to
him to be patriotio and ceaso his
divulgenco of Germany's past po
licy. The Priuco in a published
interview this week is quoted as
saying; "I fool tired but not ill.
My complaint is weariness of lifo.
1 no longer huvo an object in lifo
and havo no oilioial duties and no
thing to boo ns a spectator which
givoB mo pleasure. The longer
1 livo, tho longer this will bo the
case. I feol lonely; 1 have lost
my wife, and my soub aro occu
pied wilh their own buHinetn.
lluhlmtnlry nnd forestry have !o-t
iiit"it for me with iiihiiiiein;'
yonra. I schhiiil visit tin- wumN
an: ti !! a'. (I ilo imt ride and do
mf shunt. Polith-H too aro beit i,
nintr to boietnp. Sponking of the
revival of tho Polish agitation in
Germany under the aegis of the
Centrists, tho Prince id leportod
to havo said: "That gang against
which I had to light hard t tho
foundation and the buildiug up of
tho empire ha3 now made itself ut
honu with ue."
Tho German Government has
indicated that it will conseut to
tho paymont of members ns desir
ed by tho lteiebHlng, if tho hitter
will agroo to restrict the franchise.
Count Limburg-Stiruin has
challenged Baron Marschnll Von
Hiebersteiu, Gormau" Minister for
Foroign Affairs, owing to thoir
differing viows of tho Von Leut
Tim uli vtoiti.n.
Iti'liel .lllnlsl.'r'. MiiiI-I.iikIIhIi .tirronl
l I'rnnco unit Itiiolt.
It is stated that at tho Queen's
jubilee tho Marquis of Salisbury
will be raised to n Dukedom.
Tho striking dook laborers at
Hamburg having given up tho j
struggle win resumo work 011
Emperor William and tho Em
press aro about to go tobogganing
at Ilirschberg, Silesin, whero tho
buow is ton feet deep.
A privato dispatch received at
Madrid from Manila mho that
eight ministers of tho insurgent
government havo b'eeu shot.
Mr. Gladstone's children are
about to erect a window iu honor
of thoir paionts in Mawnrdon
Oliuioli, nnd huvo accepted the
dosiguo of Burne-Joues.
Paris jourunln are incensed at
Sir Michael Hicks-lieaeh's 10
marks on Egyptian all'airs. Tho
Libre Parolo says they aro "an
insolf'tit challengo to Frunce and
Col. Cecil Rhode is being wor
ried with invitations, lelegrnms,
lovo letters, bouquets, requests for
photographs, locus of his linir and
iiutograplis, in addition "to pro
posals of marriago.
Tho two passengors of tho lost
British steamer City of Agra, out-wnid-bound
from Glasgow, have
been saved with thirty-two out of
a total of Roventy-thioo of tho
crows. Tho laltor wero mostly
Lascais. Tho captain was amoug
Most of tho Christians of Cauea
aud tho archives of tho consulates
have been placed ou boatd tho
warship1'. Over half tho Christian
houses havo been burned. Order
has been restored. Tho Italian
cruiser Etna lauded a detachment
of marines and took on board 700
XlcuruKim i:ill ALiilitoiicil"-Viirlili
"Washington, Feb. 5. Tho Nica
ragua canal hill will be abandonod
in tho Sonato noxt Monday and
tho bankruptcy bill brought for
ward. Tho friends of the Nicara
gua bill, while iu a majority, doubt
if tho Sonato can bo brought to a
vote, but thoy know tho futility of
their efforts unless there is somo
ussurauco that tho bill will rocoivo
consideration iu tho houso. Tho
conforonco today convinced tho
senators that tho Nicaiagua bill
will not receivo suoh consideration,
and thoy decided that it was bettor
to withdraw it.
Cashier G. E. Bredor, of the
First National Bank of Bothlohem,
Pa., has absconded, short S15.000
after twenty years service Ho
went to Canada.
Tho lifo of Mm. Ilonry Ward
Boechor is rapidly drawiug to a
close and the attending physioinu
says that sho may not survive- a
Tho Northwestern National
Bunk of Groat Falls, Mout., sus
pended, owing to a defalcation of
S180.000 by cashior Bouton D.
Mrs. Lelaud Stanford has de
cided to wiud up hnr lato bus-
(' nitiniud on ',th J'aije.
NOW THE YORIYI TURNS
IMHl'.ltAl.l. M ISON i'i:.s unit
M".KV CII(IIMI.,tV KICK.
(llijcrl I m .,! I nli ill IIiiIIhIocI I,) II. m
"Iii this morning's Advertiser
the Htnr Baseball team opened tho
season by their umhiI kicking,"
said a wrllkuowii baseball enllm
siabt to a Buu.uriN roportor.
"This year it is a claim that tho
Rogimout team has brought down
professional players from the
Coast to compete with our local
amateurs. 1 havo always con
tended iu and out of season that
the importation of ball plnyorB is
on on or. In the first plneo it
breeds bad blood between tho dif
ferent teams. Secondly, it handi
caps teams that aro purely local;
and, thirdly, Coat playors that
only rxpect to r'Mnain horo one
spuHon aro apt to resort to tricky
"1 do not mean by tin's that thoy
are unfair but baseball is a science,
especially team work, and tho
training nnd working by profes
sional men places the club that
they happen to bo connected with
in ndvanco of the other teams.
This hao a tendency to make the
ganio uninteresting to the specta
tor, fout(Mtieiitly poor ntt re
ceipts. 2ol 0110 club's portion of
tho receipts last year paid px
"If the Regiment havo imported
professional players thoy ought
not to bo allowed to contest in this
Benson's games, but nt tho best
thoy will probably bo fair ama
teurs, nothing else, aud if thoy
havo como to Hawaii and aro on
listed men thoro is no way to stop
them from playing, uuless
they are proven to ho Simon Pure
professionals, but playing in
0110 or two piofoBsiouul games
does not mako a professional by
'"Wo aio amateurs and do not
propose to competo with profes
sional playors,' say tho Stars.
They ovidently forget tho fact
that thoir captain two soasons
ago was au importation, aud
lnrgoly responsible for their suc
cess, also Hint thoy sent railway
faros aud othor expenses to two
players last season, aud their ar
rival was only prevented by 0110
of the men breaking a log, tho
other refusing to cqmo without
"Bliss, a crack playor from the
Coast, was allowed to play with
tho Stars during his visit last
season. Now that tho Regiment
havo brought down a few young
men, made citizens of thorn and
enlisted their services in thoir
twain, tho Stars think thoy have
a kick coming. Last year
tho Stars had 1(1 of tho best
playors iu Honolulu. Somo of
thoso men wore not used, but if
one of them was approached he
would simply state that his sor
vices woro promised to tho Stars.
Thoir captain was approached
time aud time again iu tho inter
est of good sport and a four-olub
league, but always rofused to ro
leaso nuy of his inoii. They woro
playing such mou as Tom Pryco,
Donald Robs and Sam Woods in
tho field, whilo uouo of tho othor
clubs had as good men in tho
"Tho Stars' 'kick' is untimely,
uuless these new men are provon
to bo professionals, and ovon thou
I doubt whothor thoy con com
plaiu and bo consistent."
J. O. Carter, Jr., manager of tho
Stars, said that no member of that
club was responsible for tho al
leged piece of news in this morn
ing's Advertiser. It made no
differouco to his club how many
players from tho Coast ontered
tho Rogimout team. In other
words, tho wholo thing must havo
emanated from tho brain of somo
of tho Advortiser staff.
Captain Coyne of tho First Reg
iment says that they havo brought
no new mou to this country to
play ball. One or two men who
havo lately mi I in ted say that thoy
can play amateur ball, but that ro
mains to bo proven. Ho furthor
aavs that the Reuiineut havo
not yet secured 11 pitcher, nor '
does it seem at present probable
that thoy cau do so. If this im
portant position cannot bo filled,
the Regimont will not enter a
I team this nonaon. Uouuy Latnou 1
; has been approached but has
I given no answer as yet. '
, ()Ci nnur, who seema to be a
bono of contention in tho Adver
tiser story, was n substitute hero
' somo yenra nuo. Ho is an old
I member of Co. D under Cant. I
Wilder, and was through tho IS'J.1
I Capt. Coyno further says that
I positively no professionals!, or
amateurs oithor,huvo been brought
to this country to play ball. Both
O'Counor and Moore came here
on their own responsibility, nnd
woro advised by Capt. McCarthy
when in San Francisco to stay
away from Honolulu.
Ilir Inulnlim I.oIm.
It is uudorslood that ono of tho
terms and conditions of tho sale
' of tho Tantalus lots now being ad
1 ,.i:-.i 1... ii. n l :
tUlllSI-U lJ IliU V.TUMJIIIIIIWUI H 11
restriction that no liquor shall
ever bo sold 011 tho premises.
Doth the wisdom of placing such
a restriction on tho sale and the
right of tho government to do it
' aro subjects of argument about
j town, tho opinion being freoly ox
pti'sned that the govoinmetnt is
! exceeding us powers.
Curou'v lliiiliiil lriiklcvu.
The meeting of tho Board of
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
this morning only occupied n few
minutes. It was specially called
to take action iu a certain matter
affecting nu OBtate. During tho
meotiug a courtnunication was
read from tho Minister of tho Iu
torior nnuounciug tho appoint
ment of Hon. John A. Cummins
as a member of tho Board of
Trustees iu placo of tho lato J. II.
The full court of Biitish Colum
bia has decided that tho co.il
mines rogulation not of 1890 was
constitutional. The object of the
not is to piovent tho employment
of Chinese nud other Asi'iticg
under ground in iniuos. Up to
tho prosent time this not has been
a dead letter law, tho initio owners
coutendmg that tho not was ultra
Cottiimny Aa lfoi.
Another ono of Company A's
popular hops will take placo at
tho drill shed, Monday, Feb. 22,
"Washington's birthday. Tho boys
will put forth an effort aud tho
largest crowd of tho season is ex
pected to attend. Tho program
of 17 dauces is already out. Tic
kets can bo had by tho mombers
or at the usual placos about town.
Another Libel Null.
Peter Corroa has commouced a
suit against tho Hawaiian Gazotto
Company for criminal libol, tho
alleged libelous matter boing pub
lished in tho Advortiser to tho
effoct that tho plaintiff had attend
ed tho Catholio church for the
purposo of taking snapshots with
his camera during tho service.
Owing to a defect in tho Borvico
of tho papers in the caso, it has
been postponed to tho 23 rd,
I.lnu Left One.
In ropriuting tho lato Prof.
Fowler's twolve rules of health tho
sovouth was inadvertently omitted
by tho compositor. It was, "Bo a
King Bros, havo just filled an
ordor for 200 colored Hawaiian
photos for a party in America.
City Curriago Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone-118,
corner of Fmt and Merchant
trcet". Hack at all hours.
A TOWNSMAN'S INVENTION
1 i riio . 1. 11 i.M s to 1 1: :: a 11 a r 11 i i'
I do l'ifi-t I KKnI.lr .Iflli. .T.iIIiiii Oh-
intliFil Iriuti (In. Home l I'll-
W. W. Wiight, tho carriage
builder on Fort street, showed a
Bt i.LirriN loportor an inntion
of his own of whicli h"i. ery
proud and on which ho has lately
recoived letters patent from tho
Hawaiian Government for fifteen
years. His invention consists of
an ingenious device by which tho
jerky motion communicated by
tho horso to tho shafts of a brako
is entirely douo away with, or
more correctly speuking counter
acted to such au extent that the
rider docs not feel it.
In all forms of road carts there
is a certain motion imparted to
tho same while the horso attached
to the cart is in motion which is
very objectionable. It is a spries of
jeiks communicated to tho cart
corresponding to the slops of tho
horse. Many devices have been
used to overcome this motion,
among them one in which the uso
of a spring secured to
tho uuderstiio of oaoh shaft
and attached to tho body of tho
cait, allowing tho shatt to move
freely up nnd down within n cer
tain limit without imparting tho
saiuo motion to tho body of the
cart, has proven to bo a gloat im
provement over piovious ones, but
in this thoro has been a forward
aud back movement whicli Mr.
Wright claims to havo entirely
overcome iu his invention.
Horotoforo tho fastening ou tho
ond of tho steel spiings which
connected each sprang to tho body
of the cart was solid, but in Mr.
Wright's invention thin fastening
is pivoted at or near thd center
and thus each end is allowed to
inovo forward and back as requir
ed by tho Bpring in its movement
up and down.
The points in the iuvontiou
which Mr. Wright regards us new
and which ho has patented as
1. Tho pivotod fusteuor secured
to tho spring and to tho body of
2.. Tho combination of springs
and the pivotod fastoner.
.'). Tho combination of a pivot
ed fastenor with a spring Bhaft
attachment allowing a compensat
ing motion in tho fastouor not
communicated to tho body of the
This handy littlo invention
may bo Been at Mr. Wright's Bhop
attached to a road cart of his own
manufacture and ho will take
pleasure iu explaining its features
moro fully than is horo dono to
Quito h I'nlry Talc.
Sir John Hookor found a wild
ilowor completely covering with
itB coat of vorduro a solitary An
tarctic islet, which it brightened
with its blossoms and Bweotonod
with its odor. Ho knew that the
ilowor had its original habitat in
Central Asia, and from thoueo
had found its way across tho Con
tinent of Europe, far as tho
British Islos. Ho know also that
fifty years previous to his visit
tho islet, surrounded by tho
molanchory main, was bleak and
bare; aud now thero was not a
spot uucovored with tho growth
of tho littlo stranger whicli thero
had found a homo. Ho tiacrd it
to tho contro of tho island, whore
was tho grave of an English
sailor. It turned out that tho
spado with which tho gravo had
been inado was an English spade,
that attached to it had been como
particles of British soil, in which
was hidden a seed of the ilower,
which in half a coutury covered
tho islet from tho ctntic to the
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