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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1897.
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A. Y. GEAR. Manager.
r J. T. WATERHOUSE
The mid-summer season is
on and veranda fancy work is
tlio latest fad among the ladies
who do not have all the res
ponsibilities of the home on
their shoulders. Wo have all
the material necessary for that
class of work and you know
our( reputation for low prices.
We have a fine assortment
of Infant's Bonnets and Caps
f in the finest materials. If you
' will figure up the cost of the
goods and count the time and
labor it requires when you
make them at homo you will
wonder how we can sell them
at the price we ask It is bo
causo we buy large quantities
direct from the manufacturer.
An inspection of our stock
of Serges, black or blue, Buita-
ble for ladies' wear is invited.
These goods cannot be dupli
cated. Our stock of Quilts, Pillow
Linen, Ladies' Handkerchiefs,
White Tucking and Puffing is
largo and varied and the prices
low. Tho same applies to
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice la hereby giveu that by vir
tue of a power of sale contained in a
certain mortgage dated the 22 Juue,
1891, raadnby E A. Williams of Hono
lulu, Oahu. to C. E. Williams recorded
lu the Register Office, Oahu, In Liber
147 on pages 346, 347, 348 and duly as
signed by the said O. E. Williams to
Bishop & Co. by assignment dated the
23rd ilay of June 1804, recorded In
the Register Oilloe Ouhu lu I Iber 147
page 348, and duly assigned by the
said liUhop & Co. to J. Alfreu Ma
goon, Trustee, by assignment dated
the 27th day of August 1805 and duly
asslgued by the suld J Alfred Ma
goon, Trustee, to Louis Murks by as
signment duted the Oili day of August
1897, the said Louis Murks Intends to
foreclose said mortgage for a breach
of the conditions In said mortgage con
tained, to wit: the nonpayment of
the principal and Interest when due.
Notice Is also given that all and
singular the property described In
said mortgage will be sold at public
auction at the auction room of W. 8.
Luce, on Queen street In nald Hono
lulu, ou THURSDAY the 19tb day of
August, 1807, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said
The property In said mortgage la
thus dettoribed: The Furniture and
Undertaking business and property
sold and transferred by said C. K.
Williams to H. H. Williams and E. A.
Williams this day, and all the goods,
chattel, ellVts and merchandise be
longing to the suld bUHliieM) uud the
book debts and cboses in action there
of and all after acquired stock.
gW Terms Cash.
Assignee of mortgage,
Dated Honolulu, August 0, 1807.
la the aouroe of good health.
Makes puro blood, strengthens
tho nerves, sharpens tho appe
tite, removes that tirod fooling,
and makes lifo worth living.
Thousands of pooplo havo testi
fied" to tho healing virtuo of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Thoir let
ters como in every post. There's
no attempt at theory. They all
assert tho groat fact, "Ayer's
Sarsaparilla cured mo."
Weak, Weary Women
who have been bed ridden,
vexed with a scrofulous taint,
emaciated, afflicted with dis
eases common to their sex,
write gratefully of a perfect
cure. If you wish to profit by
their experience, and become
healthy and strong, toko the
great strength giver and blood
Devari of Imlutloni. The nm Ayer's
SanaparlUa U prominent on the wrapper
mad blown In the glau of emch bottle.
AVERS PILLS, SUGAR-COATED, EASY TOTAKE
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
dole Agents for the Republic of Hawaii
Having been this day appointed by
Her Majesty the Queen Dowager Ka
piolanl, as Agent (Kouohlkl) of the
Fisheries of Hanauma and Awawa
malu, obtained by her under lease
from the Trustees of the B. P. Bishop
Estate, extending from Makapuu
Point to Koko Head to the Situth of
this Island, I hereby warn all from
Ashing In or trespassing upon the
same without first obtaining permis
sion. Anyone disregarding this notice
will be prosecuted to the fullo9l ex
tent of tlie law.
Honolulu, July 28, 1807. 672 lm
DR. Q. WALDO BDRGESS,
Physician and SurgBnn,
Residence; 438 Punchbowl Street.
Ilouits: S to 5 and 7 1'. M.
A.. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Love's Building, Fort Street.
William A. Henshall,
Attorney at Law
113 Koahumanu Street
J. J. xvIUj,
.A-ttoriiey at Law
210 King Street.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
.Attorney at Law
14 Kaahnmann Btreet.
Telephone No. 682. 493 6m
SAMUEL J. MACDONALD,
Counsellor at Law.
204 Merchant Street (one door from
Fort street), Honolulu.
GiraERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY IT LAW.
A. V. GEAK.
No, KM King Bt
BASEBALL IN THE MUD
ALL HOHTN OV FUN AT
TlirNnirtl Cmilliigriit VaiTon Murh
lor llm Tom ll t,aila-RMiirn
Mnlcti ( be Played,
It was unfortuuate for the
Strniigers' Friend Society that
rain commenced to fall about 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon aud
kept many away from the ball
game, but as it was the receipts
were Tery close to $100 with no
expenses but balls. By tho time
both teams bad had a little prac
tise the home plate and bases
were covored with mud, as wore
the pretty white clothes ot tho
players. Sopor's high collar held
out bravely but it bad to succumb
and finally wilted. There was any
amount of fun for those in the
grand Btand in watching the
players Blip and wallow around in
the mud and they certainly got
the worth of their money, for the
game did not conclnde till 6:15.
The representatives of Uncle
Sam were first to the bat.
Tozer took his base on balls aud
went to second and third on pass
ed balls. Long struck ont.
Tozer came home on another
passed ball. McCormnok was put
out at first on a drive to second.
Goontz struck out.
For the town boys Wodehouse
went to first on Goontz' error and
stole 8f cond buf waB put out be
tween second and third. Dr.
Nichols took first on four balls
and stole second. Adams went to
first and Nichols to third on
another mull by Goontz. Adams
stole second. Dr. Nichols scored
and Moti-Smith went- to first on
Burt's muff. AdsmB scored on
Imcas' base hit. Lucaa made a
diversion and was put out at sec
ond but Mott-Smith scored during
the meleo. Howard made his
base but Shingle struck out.
In the second WilUrd was put
out at -first, Smith went to third on
n base hit and came home on a
passed ball. Hayward made a
base hit for the first time in his
life and Btole second. Burt wont
to first on balls but was put out at
second. McArthur was put out at
the homo plate after going from
first on an overthrow but Hay
Waterhouso struck out, Sopor
took his baso on balls and stole
second and third and came in on
a passed ball. Wodehouse got
his base on balls and stole second,
Nichols tnado his base and both
came in on an overthrow to sec
ond. Adams mado his base by
McArtbur's error and stole sec
ond. Mott Smith was .caught out
by Tozer. Willie Lucas saved
first by another error of Coontz
aud stole second and third but
was put out Bt the home plate.
In the third Tozer made his
base. Lang did tho same and
both came in on passed balls and
wild throws. McCormaok and
Coontz struck out. Willard took
a base on balls and stole second.
Smith was put out at first.
Shingle went to first on balls
but was put out at second. Water
house went to first on balls and
Btole second. Soper found the
air three times and Wodehouse
couldn't do any better.
In the fourth Willie Lucas was
gut in to pitch for the town boys,
ay ward struck out. Burt got
hia base by Wodehouse'a error
and got home while Adams was
asleep at first. McArthur took
hia base on balls. Tozor got to
first but McArthur was put out at
second. Lang was put out at
Nichols got a home run on a
hit to center field. Adams and
Mott-Smith woro put out at first.
Lucas got a two bagger but was
put out on third.
In tho fifth MoOormaok's fly
waB taken in by Waterhouso.
Coontz wont to first on balls,
Willard fanned out. Smith waB
struck by a pitched ball aud wuut
to first. Hay wurd'u two bagger
let Coon Ik and Smith in. Hay
wnnl stole third and cntne in on
Burt's base hit. McArthur got a
Ri'nglo. Tozer flow ont to Water-
Sliinglo flew out at first. Water-1
I house found three holes in the
nir. Sopor made first by tit- skin
of tiis tcoth mid stole second. '
Wodehouse took his bao on balls.
Nichols ilew nut to pitchor.
In the sixth I.img Ilew nut to
McCnrmack wont to
hit to right field aud
came in on a balk by pitcher.
Cooutz was put out on three
strikes. Willard flow out tn
Adams struck out. Mntt-Smitli
made a baBO hit and stole second
aud came home on Lucas' three
bagger. Howard was put out at
first but Lucas scored. Shingle
flew out to pitcher.
In tho seventh Smith made a
three bugger on Wodehouse'a
error. Hayward flew out to Mott
Smith. Smith scored on Burt's
single. McArthur followed with
another base hit. Tozer filled tho
bnBes by getting first on balls.
Burt scored on a paBsod ball. Mc
Arthur scored on Lang's
base bit. McCormaok mado
his base and Tozer scored.
Lang and McCormack came
homo on Goontz base hit. Wil
lard was put out at first Smith
made a base hit. Coontz' came in
on Hoyward'e singlo. Smith was
put out at third.
Waterhouso struck out. Soper
made his first on McArtbur's error
and stole second and third.
Wodehouse was put out at first
but Soper scored. Nichols took
first on balls and was put out at
In the eighth Burt mado first
by u lucky passed oall and stole
second. Tozer took his base on
balls and Lang followed suit. Mc
Gormaok'sthree bagger made three
runs. Coontz failed to hit the ball
in three attempts. McCormaok
Bcorod on Willard's single. Smith
flew out to Lucas. Hayward flew
out to Mott-Smith.
Adams made his first. Mott
Smith flew out to pitcher and
Adams camo homo on a wild
throw to first. Lucas was put
out at first. Howard took a baso
on balls. Sbinglo flew out to
In tho ninth Burt was put out
at first. McArthur made his baso
but waB put out at second on
Liang struck out.
took a base on
made his first.
put out at first.
Soper fell by the wayside trying
to steal second but Waterhouso
scored. Nichols made a single
and Btole second. Adams made
first and .stole second. Adams
scored on Alott-Smith'a two base
hit. Lucas was put out at first.
SCORE BY INNINC19.
NOTES OP THE GAME.
Sopci's co'lnr struck terror in
the hearts of the naval nine, but
after the rain wilted it the effect
Jim Dodd sent a ton-gallon keg
of beer out to the Philadelphia's
band with his compliments. No
wonder they played so woll.
Ensign Hayward was missing
when the game was about half
over, but was finally found in a
carriago with several ladies. Ho
was dragged out in Bhort ordor.
Medicine and dontistry woro
hand in hand yesterday as usual,
Dr. Smith's threo basohit and Dr.
Nichols' home run being features
of the game.
Mr. Dietz of tho hospital corps
waa on hand with his little glad
stone filled with courtplaster,
splints, bandages, chloroform, etc,
but his sorvices worn not needed.
By tho way Mr. Dietz has been
with tho flagship since she was
first commissioned and has tra
veled just 98,000 milee in her with
that little bag of hia.
The happiest man on tho
grounds waa tho popular band
master of tho flag-ship. He has
evidently played for ball games
beforo and kuow just whon to stop
Lioutonant Elliott kopt things
moving aud did iuuuIi to keep up
J tho courage of his team.
ABOUT VERTICAL WRITING
HO, tin I'KATUHE !' TIIR NKW
NVNTI'.n JIT ADOI-IT.D.
Til' I'ninllliir Nlnnllng Ntrm t'nuaca
HtirOlKhtpdnn aud t'lirvaliiro
ol tho Nplnr.
Tho Department of Education
having adopted the system of vor
tical writing to take effect and be
taught in all tho schools of the
Republic from the commencement
of the coming school yoar, a few
words concerning it may not be
amiss at this time. A loading
American authority on vertical
"Much attention has been given,
within tho last decade, to the ques
tion of tho slant in writing, not
alone by teachers but by physi
cians, especially in Germany,
Austria, Switzerland and Eng
land. Previous to tho middle of
the sixteenth century all writing
waa perpendicular. Gradually
this custom was changed and tho
slanting writing becamo universal.
Its uso waB not questioned until
recently when medical authorities
began to investigate, and to
cbargo the increase in shortsight
edness and curvature of the spina
to the defectB of this system.
Eminent school authorities have
joined with them, and the vertical
writing is urged specifically on
hygienio,caligraphic and economic
"First It is hygienic in that it
requires an erect position, with
both sides of the body touching
the desk equally; that it exercises
the eyes equally, that there is no
chance for a cramped handaria
,ing from the abnormal twisting of
"Second It is culigraphio in
that it furnishes the maximum
legibility, tho maximum excel
Ienco, tho maximnm individuality
and the maximnm uniformity.
"Third It is economical in
time, in labor and in space.
"Theso aro tho principal points
which have been presented by the
advocates of vortical writing.
Some of the points will bo con
ceded; othors aro still in doubt, or
are strenuously denied by tho
advocates of slanting writing and
can bo settled only by the exper
ience which will result from a
"The fact that a very largo pro
portion of the pupils, in the
larger cities particularly, leave
school before it is possible to
acquire an easy and rapid hand
writing, is an important faot to be
considered. Theso pupils can
readily acquire a perfectly legible
hand by the use of tho vortical
writing, and this is an important
object to accomplish.
"The demand for great speed in
writing is much lessened by tho
general introduction of typo
wiiting and manifolding ma
chines. "The time and patience con
sumed in tho acquirement of
exaot penholdiug and a free and
easy movemont, absolutely indis
pensable for even a respectable
blunt writing, ia a very strong
argument for its abandonment."
Good penmanship ia not an art
attainable only by a specially
favored few; its essential features
legibility, uniformity and rapid
ity can be acquired by all. Suc
cessful instruction in writing is
based upon the same general
principles of pedagogy as thoBO
which form the foundation of suc
cessful teaching in other branches.
It is claimed by the advocates
of the vertical system that tke
modes of instruction practised for
years in teaching the slanting
style of writing and eBpeoielly the
copy book exercises are too tiring
to the youthful mind, that the un
natural position ot the body and
cramping of tho fingers necessary
in learning it cause bo muoh
bodily inconvonieuce that tho at
tention and intorost of tho pupil
in tho lesson boforo him is oitbor
materially loBHonod or ontiroly
diuBiputed. Tho child mind by
ils vory naturo cannot bo held to
long, continuous effort in any otic
direction. A obange in necessary.
This fact is recognized in all in
telligent courses of study. Edu
cation, in primary grades especi
ally, comes by keeping ihn mind
alert by now work, a little hero
and a little thoro. Tlmo, in tho'
lower primary grades the most
approvod rule undor the erlical
system for the, length of any one
exercise is from fifteen to twenty
minutes; yet most of the slanting
systems of writing oiler m an ex
ercise in form study n complete
page, which, if cnrpfully studied,
presents a task beyond the powers
of, tho child, certainly in the ear
lier years of his school life.
DMJUIITKRK or KKHKKAII.
Tlirjr (Slve an mtrrtalnmrnt at liar
Yesterday evening the Pacific
Degree Lodge of Itebekah, I. O.
O. F., gave an ontertainmont at
Harmony hall, instead of holding
the usual moeting. Mrs. 0. Petrie,
presiding, said at tho opening: "I
am very glad to see so many of
our friends here. I may tiay tho
object of this gathering Ih'Io pro
mote sociability among Odd Fel
lows and their families." Shu
then announced the following
program, ovory number of which
gavo great pleasure:
Piano Solo. . .J. Vincent Hughes
Vocal Solo Dr. Burgess
Recitation Hazel Anderson
Piano Solo Miss Petrie
Vocal Solo Mrs. 0. Smith
Koaitation Mr. A. E. Murphy
Vocal Solo Mias Lillio West
Recitation Mrp. O. Potrio
Miss Petrio's piano playing
won long and loud applauso. Sho
is a worthy pupil of Miss Alice
Bice, one oE the most accom
plished pianists who has ever
been in Honolulu. Refreshments
of choico quality followed tho
program, then dancing that ended
with the Virginia reel about mid
night. "Tin: oli GURioiirv shop."
Knlle lnluam Tonight a Little Nll
and the Marclilouect.
All tho world has read Charles
Dickens' great story of "Tho Old
Curiosity Shop" but all tho world
has not seen its dramatization.
This chance is afforded Honolulu
people this ovening and it may
never occur again, for fow can
play the roles of Little Nell and
the Marchioness as can Katie Put
nam, and none other than the son
of the great novelist himself has
testified to the faot.
Incidental to the play Miss Put
nam will introduce some banjo
playing aud a number of new
songs and dances. Tho advance
Bale of seats has been extra large
and it will be well for those who
go to the Opera House tuuiy'ut to
securo their seats in advance
At the matineo tho attraction
ItogfiKt Honors Wor'd- WJ
Cold Medal, Midwhitcr.Foir.
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Proe from Amtuouls, Alum or any otter
udulteruut. Iu all tho groat Hotels, tlio
leading Clubs ud tlio hoiuo-i, Dr. I'rioi a
Croam Baklug 1'owdor holdn IU miprcinucy,
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LEWIS & CO,
AUU.YIB, HONOLULU, II. I,