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Many people, after a long spell of
oppressive heat, suffer from lassi
tude, loss of spirits, and a general
"run down" feeling. They need a
courso of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, n
mcdiclno which has rovlved and
restored to activo lifo and health
thousand of such sufferers. A lady
recently returned to England from
South Africa writes concerning this
"While In Cape Town tho past
Bummer I suffered greatly from tho
long-continued heat I was com
pletely worn out ; my blood seemed
to becomo as thin a3 water, and I
lost all energy and interest in lifo.
My friends recommended Ayer's
Sarsaparllla, and a courso of this
wonderful medicine restored my
health and spirits. My husband suf
fered In tho samo way as I did,
though not to such an extent, and
ho also was greatly benefited from
tho use of
AYER'S PILLS, MILD BUT EFFECTIVE
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Repnblio of Hawaii.
DR. Q. WALDO BURGESS,
Physician and Surge niii
Residence; 433 Punchbowl Street.
Iiouns: 8 to S and 7 P. v.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Sew Love's Building, Fort Street.
William A. Henshall,
113 Kaahnaanu Street
J. J. RICE,
Attorney at Law
LYLB A. DICKEY,
U Kaohnmann Street.
Teiephno No. 8S2.
SAMUEL J. MACDONALD,
Counsellor at Law.
Murtliuut Street (one door (roia
Fort Htrnet), Honolulu,
GILBERT Y, LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
A. V, GEAR,
THE NAVY WAS DEFEATED
THK HAM, flANK
Home It ii ii a Were I'lmtllul but
(lie Halt Water Nine ot Bndly
Ift Nntf of thn Mama.
By a scoro of 2G to 13 tho town
team showed tho ball players of
Uncle Sam's navy bow little they
knew of their own national game.
Thero wnB a good attendance in
tho grand stand, and the flagship
band made things lively with
stirring music. The details of the
game are given below:
Tho landsmen were first at the
bat. Mott-Smith went to first on
a high fly missed by Willard,
stole second and came home on
Nichols' hit to second. Nichols
got to third on an overthrow from
second to first. Adams was caught
out at center Lucas broke Harry
Wilder's best bat on a hit to ricrht
for two bases and Nichols scored.
Hayselden failed to make first.
Howard struck out.
For tho sailor boyB Tozer got to
first on Nichols' fumble and stole
second. Long struck out. Mc
Oormaok went to second on a
drive to right field and Tozer
scored. Coontz flew out to short.
McOormack scored on a passed
ball, Willard struck out.
In tho second Shingle was put
out at first. Sopor took his base
on balls but was put out trying to
steal second. WaterkouBe took
first on balls and stole second.
Mott-Smith made first on Wil
lard's fumble and stolo second.
Nichols made first on Dr. Smith's
error and Watorhouse scored.
Mott-Smith and Nichols both
came in on Adams' hit to left
'field. Lucas' three bagger brought
Adams home, and Lucas Bcored
on Haysolden'e base hit. Howard
got his base on balls and stole
another. Shingle flow out at first.
Dr. Smith struck out. Hay
ward went to second on Soper's
error and stolo third. Burt went
to second after threo strikes on an
overthrow to first. MoArthur got
a Dase on dbiib ana Tozer got an
other. Lang struck out. McCor-
mack was put out at first.
In the third Soper went to third
on an ovorthrow from third to
first and came in on a passed ball.
Waterhouso struck out. Mott
Smith got his base on balls. Dr.
Nichols was caught out at second.
Adams filled tho bases on a hit
to third. Mott-Smith scored on
Lucas' sacrifice and Nichols and
Adams came in on an overthrow
to third. Lucas scpred on Hay
seldon's base hit and Hayselden
scored on Howard's hit to right
field. Shingle flew out to pitcher.
Ooontz made first by Mott
Smith's carelessness, Btole second
and was put out trying to steal
third. Willard was bit on the
foot by a pitched ball aud took
first but was put out trying to
steal second. Dr. Smith took his
base on balls. Hay ward struck
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baao on balls and stolo second.
Watorhouse wont to first ou balls.
Soper wsh put out at third on
Mott-Smith's singlb. Waterhouso
was put out at third on Nichols'
single. Adams' hit to short filled
tho bases. Lucas' hit to pitcher
brought in a run. Dr. Nichols
was put out trying to stoat homo
with tho bases full.
Burt went to socoml on a hit to
loft and MoArthur followed with
a baao hit. Burt scored on
Tozor's siuglo. MoArthur scored
on an overthrow to third and
Tozer on a payed bull. Long
struck out. McCormaok flow out
to Sopor on n grniiflMtand ciilch,
anil Coontz wan put out at first.
In tho fifth IlnvHelilou took n
busn on bnllri and Howard's huso
hit huliied him uloiig to third,
JiiiVBiiliiHii citiiio in on an ovor
throw to third, Hlilnglo mado
find ufter n worlon of accldniitH unit
Howard HuoriMl, Hojmr How out
lit MfAitliiir. Kliliuilu wan mil out
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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1897.
on balls, and scored on Mott
Smith'B two bagger, Dr. Nichols
flew out at first.
Willard went to first on Mott
Smith's bad throw, Dr. Smith
walked to first on four balls, Wil
lard was put out at third on Hay
word's single. Burt struck out
and Dr. Smith was put out at
third on Mo Arthur's hit to short.
In tho sixth Adams made first
on Burt's error and stole second.
Lucas made a clean home hit to
centor field, bringing in Adams.
Hayselden mado his base aud
went to second on an overthrow
to first. Howard was struok out.
Haysoldon scored on Shingle's
hit. Shinglo was put out at third
on a left handed catch by Long
and Soper struck out.
Tozer was put out at first. Long
got a base on balls, McCormack
got to second on a hit to center
and both scored on an ovorthrow.
Ooontz was given a run on over
throws to help things along and
get mo score somewnere near
even. Wurtzbaugh was put out at
first and Dr. Smith at second.
In the seventh the town boys
added two to their score while
McCormack'e home run. made
when tho bases were full added
four to that of tho navy.
Owing to many changes of
players the last, three innings
RCOBE BY INNINGS.
Land 2 5 5 1 3 8 2 1 4 2G
Water 21080340 013
NPKKCKKL8 NVGAK COMPANY.
Orcnuliatlon of Corporntlon With a
Capital of 13,000,000.
Articles of incorporation of the
SpreckelB Sugar Company have
beon filed in tho office of County
Clork Curry of San Francisco
with a capital of $5,000,000. Of
this amount the organizers of the
company, J. D. Spreokels, A. B.
SpreckelB, A. F. Morrison, M. H.
Wfled and W. D. K. Gibson, have
each subscribed 81000.
Tho prinoipal place of business
of tho company will bo San Fran
cisco, and tho corporation is to
exist for tho term of fifty years.
Producing beets and manu
facturing sugar therefrom is to
be tho primary object of the com
pany, aud incidentally the com
pany will engage in agriculture,
will build, equip and manage
factories and refineries, deal in
real estate, construct railroads,
build ships and do all other things
necessary to tne successful tie
volopmout of tho sugar-making
l'nre Xllk Shake.
The frequent call for cool drink
at tho Palama Grocery has induced
us to set apart a window for tho
sale of cold drinks. Our milk
shakes are delicious, nothing but
pure fresh milk, shaved ice and
tho purest of flavoring syrup be
ing used, which we sell at Coles
tial price, Co. per glass. H.
Cannon, Palama Gkookiiy, oppo
site Railway Depot, King
Camarinos Refrigerator: Nec
tarines. Granes. Clinrrirm. Pnnnli-
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f "Huo iiuuiB, AsparaRUB,
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AVWUWOtLf, VIUUQUUOII1UO, J
ueiery, (Juunuower, u resli Salmon,
Flounders, Crabs, Frozen Oysters
I tin and sholl), Navol Oranges,
jemons, Queen Olives, Early
Robq Potatoos, Pickles, Sauor
kraut, Now Apples, Bortlott Pears.
Calikounia Fuuit Mahket.
Tokay Grapes, Muscat Grapes,
Lemons, Oriingoa, Cauli
flower, Colory, Fresh Salmon,
Fastorn ami California Frozen
Oystors, Crabs, Frosh Nuts of all
kinds, Potatoes, Onions, olo,, etc,
Cami'oiinia Fnmr Co,
Goo, Andrews, t'rop,
King strnot, cor, Union Alloy,
UttHolmll huts, loajfito bulls,
tenuis bulls, riiukut lrlnH, nlo,,
n!,, at tho I'sollln Oyulo ft Aihimi
f'Kitiirlng Co., J.ovo Hiifliljng,
Fort wtruot. ,
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IS STILL ON THE FENCE
HRVATOR PRKKINN CANNOT UK-
ciit: now to vTi:.
Will IStiilrnrnr In C'nrrj- Out I In- III
or llli CnnnlltiionU nn llir , n-
Senator Parkins has roturned
to California with his mind still
unsettled as to how ho will vole
ou tho annexation treaty. In a
statement carefully prepared in
advance for tho San Francisco
papers, he says: '
"One of tlio questions which
have beou' brought before Con
gress and in which California is
intimately interested is the project
of tho annexation of Hawaii. No
Stato in tho Union will bo so
affected by action on this subject
as California. Our merohnnts
have direct dealings with the isl
ands, .whicb thoy boliovo will bo
increased by annexation, and n
certain umount of our products
sold thero thoy think will by so
much bonofit our producers. And
it is bcliovcd that with Hawaii as
a part of the United States tho
moro intimate relations would
greatly increase our trade. To
these rooBous aro added the senti
mental one growing out of tho
practical control of the inlands by
Americans since foreign influence
has beon felt thero and tho patrio
tic ono which arises from a de
sire to seo our flag floating far out
in the Pacific.
"On tho other hand it is claim
ed that tho annexation of tho isl
ands would act as a disastrous
check to tho boot sugar industry
now fairly started, and from
which our own country has a right
nxpeci as groat tmnputs as
Germany and France have do
rived from it. No part of the
world probably is so favored in
conditions promoting tho produc
tion of sugar cauo in this respect
as is Hawaii. Annexation means
practically making the islands a
part of California and placing the
Hawaiian plantations with all
their advantnges of Boil, climate
and coolie labor sido by side
with the California sugar beet
ranches, with thoir educated Am
erican labor. The farmers Bee
what this rolation means to them,
aud the Amorican laborer sees
what it means to him. In conse
quence, from both classes thoro
have como protests against annex
ation. "Some interesting figures relat
ing to the commerce of Hawaii
havo recently been published by
tho Department of Agriculture.
They show that the total value of
exports and imports of the islands
for 1BU0 was $UL,u7b7.2.), of which
$15,515,230 were exports. Thus
oxport3 exrped imports by !G,000,
000. But while nearly all tho
products of tho islands aro bought
by tho United States, only about
75 per cent of the goods imported
are purchased in this country. Iu
other words, we buy $15,000,000
worth of Hawaiian products each
y--, r TM 'O '" '-Iftrfi' I1 son I
$4,500,000 worth. This fact has
given riso to uufavorublooouimont
in tho Efist.
"The soutiinent on this ques
tion is by no moans all ono way,
either in California or the East.
You would bo surprised, parhaps,
to loam from tho loiters rocoivod
how groat and widespread is tho
distrust iu our own Stato of the
proposition. In the East the
question of politicul oxpediouoy
iu principally dismissed, and
doubt is cast upon tho advisabili
ty of taking into our family of
States and Tonitories uuotlior
niombor, nino-tentlis of whoso in
habitants aro of i aces nearly tho
opposito of our own in thoughts,
liabilri, DtiHtqiuH and desires, Tliev
would form a now oloiiuuit whiali
iu rogurdud with diMrtiHt. To
imiko tlium a purt of what may bo
cullud our National IiouboIioIiI ox.
cltou itpprolioiiHlou on political as
wn hn industrial (rroiiinlu,
Timrcforu llmr" in ftiiinl a vory
tttlOllij flU)l)( in lliu JCut lit woll
as in California against annexa
tion. It is insisted by some that all
tho argumonts in favor of the an
nexation of Hawaii apply with
moro force to the annexation of
Cuba and San Domingo, for tho
reason that tho lotter aro nearer
our shores. Strategically thoy are
moro important to tho United
States, and commercially their in
fluence upon our commerco and
trodo is grpator.
But as a Senator of tho United
States I am bound to carry out as
far as I can tho will of tho people
and shall do so in the case of "Ha
waii. General opinion, however,
has not yet become pronntibcecl
onough to onablo me to predict
what courso I shall take. Tho
people in general are considering
the question carefully, and when
their decision is made it will bo
indicated in no uncertain way."
Arrangcmenta Mad tijr the BaarA of
llenllli for It Opening..
Ihoro was a special meeting of
tho Board of Health at Dr. Day's
house on Thursday night. Presi
dent W. O. binitu slated the object
on assembling, which was to meet
Sheriff L. A. Andrews, agent of
tho Board at Hilo, on tho subject
of tho hospital just built thero.
Besides tho president there
wore presont Drs. Emerson, Day
and yf ood and Mr. Lansing.
Sheriff Andrews said 210 feet of
water pipe aud a tank woro need
ed, also some pormanont shelving
in the building.
President Smith stated that
there was a sufficiently large mar
gin of the appropriation for tho
desired expenditure. On motion
of Dr. Emerson, seconded by Dr.
Wood, the t agent was authorized
to go ou with the work.
In answer to a question Mr.
AndrewB said the Yiotoria Aanex
would go on, but nothing would
be dono about it until O. C. Ken
nedy's return from abroad.
Regarding the water service tho
president thought that ultimately
tho best system would be one
utilizing a never-failing stream in
the locality by means of a hy
draulic ram. Until that could bo
effected the pipiDg now ordered
would be necessary.
It was loarned from the agent
that tho hospital had been wired
for electrio lighting, and five
lamps could bo had at GOo. eaoh a
month, with a reduction of rate
President Smith roported that
Rev. H. W. Pook had undertaken
to obtain two or throe nurses as
required deaconesses of the
Methodist Episcopal church from
tho Coast and the president
solicited tho professional counsel
present as to thenurabor required.
There was a veranda room
8ft.xl2ft. Mr. Andrews stated
from memory a room adjoining
12ft.xl2ft, and threo rooniB about
Dr. Wood considered, upon this
showing, that two nursos ought to
suffioo for the start.
It was said tho nurses would
engago at $20 a month and board.
On motion of Dr. Day, seconded
by JV TjJmwrpni U sun rppolv'd
to send for two nurses.
A discussion nroso on tho ad
ministration of country hospitals
President Smith stated that Ha
makuapoko and Wailuku planta
tions wore going to havo hospitals
of thoir own, as thoy could not
stand charges for surgical opera
tions, as iu tho caso of a laborer
at the Wailuku hospital recently in
tho courts. Ho was in favor of a
modification of tho rules regard
ing surgical operations, Thero
should no a reasonable chargo for
such to pntioutu ablo to pay,
Dr, Wood did not think much
of tho rules of tho Wailuku hos
pital, thoy worn poorly construct
ed, Ho explained tho soIioiiia of
tho Qiii'Dii's hospital, A physician
may put a patient in a privutn
room ami iiay the regular hospital
charges, tlio phyululuii lining ud
inittnd on tlio consulting board of
I'li'ni Ifiit Knillli - In not Hid
tiinoiniiiiuit pliywlclrti) at llllu to
Pricx 5 Cents,
have full chargo of tho hospital P
Dr. Day It is the custom with
Discussion of tho point resulted
in an agreement that ovory public
hospital should be in chargo of tho
Government physician of tho dis
trict. Dr. Wood consented, with the
collaboration of Drs. Emerson
and Day, to draft general hospital
In the conversation of tho oven-'
ing the off or of Hilo residents to'"'
supply tho fuinttuio. etc., of tho
hospital was talked over At first
it was regarded as h settled thin",
out tuo opinion of snme of the
members was agiinst popular -oui
tribntions to Govoniniput institu
tions. For ono specific reason, it
would nrninrlipa tlm nltanliWn n..
trol belonging to tho authorities.
Dr. Wood told an interesting
Btory about n " tourist," who,
through the agency of a resident,
obtained admission in Mm
Queen's Hospital at the
expense of tho Stranger's Friend
Sbciety. Suporiutondont Eckardt
had refused him free admission,
when he gave his occupation as
"tourist," whoreupon the friendly
resident made a big row with the
result Btatod. When the patient,
whoso ailment was not a serious
one, was packing bis trunk to do
part ho shook a bog of $400 in his
tender-hearted friend's face,
boasting of how cleverly be had
got ahead of tho "domnod mis
sionaries" in getting charity treat
ment at tho hospital.
MinBtrolsy of tho good old kind
will form tho first port of tho on
tertainmont by tho Philadelphia
and Marion combination this
evening. For tho second part
thero will.be "The Two Senators,"
a howling faice, "Cupid's Hits and
Misses," a musical comedy, an
acrobat song and dance, somer
saults, falls, etc., a laughable
double song and dance, soma ex
cellent songs, a clog dance and a
speech on "Woman's Rights."
Most of the seats were sold this
morning, and a rousing house is
assured. Several theater parties
will attend, including officers of
the two ships oud their wives.
The Philadelphia's band will fui
nish musio ou tho sido. Proceeds
are devoted to tho Stranger's
Friend and Hawaiian Relief So
cieties. To the Public.
It offords me much pleasure to
state that we havo had tho Pipe
Organ of the Roman Catholic
Cathedral thoroughly overhauled
and put in a far better condition
than it has ever been in. The
work has beon dono to my greatest
satisfaction by Mr. G. R. Harri
son, whom I can recommend us a
competent and the best workman I
ever employed in these Islands.
F. H. Valentin.
The Hawaii biovclnn urn urnv.
ing themselves to be tho princo of
ngut roaaetors, as is claimed for
them. Their number is increas
ing on our Honolulu streeta
HtRficst Honors World's F.-J-.
Oold Medal, Mldwintcr.I-air.
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