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T.OOAIi AND QENERUj NEWS
Company A will give o dance in
II. B. M.S. Cotnus will probably
Bail to-morrow morning.
Thi) band plays at Emma Square
at"l:30 this afternoon.
The Advertiser litis drifted into
the Matrimonial Bureau buoint ss,
' Company 0 bauquetted Captain
Camara in fine etylo last ovoniug,
Mr, Bimio's soruion to-morrow
ovoning will bo "Studios in Japan."
The Pali road will bo closed from
October 4. to November 4 to public
Rev. Dr, Sorono B. Bishop preaches
at the Methodist Church to-morrow
Rev. Douglas P. Birnio will occupy
tho pulpit at Coutral Union Church
New lot of choice patterns in
figured organdy muslin, just received
at N. S. Sachs.
Rev. Sidney Guliok will opoak at
tho 0:30 p. m. service at the Y. M.
C. A. to-morrow.
There will bo a rocoplion and
dance on board tho Duguay Trouin
on Wednesday next.
Thero will bo a Sunday popular
concert at Mnkoe Island at 3 o'clock
Stars and St. Louis to-day.
of tho St. Louis. No one has
a mortgage on the game.
Tho Strangor and Alico M. crews
of tho Myrtle Club will probably
have a race nest Wednesday afternoon.
Tho Warrimoo was dolayod three
hours in sailing yesterday through
a lino fastouod to the bark S. 0.
Allen becoming ontnngled in hor
Chaplain Edmoudson of the U. S.
S. Philadelphia wdl -address the
. joint congregations of Kauraakapili
aud Kawniahno churches at the
former church to-morrow evening.'
Rev. T. D. Garvin will proaoh at
tho Christian Church" to-morrow;
"Christians Under Marching Orders"
is the topic at 11 a. m. aud "The
More Eicnllout Way" in the evening.
The hours of sorvico at St. An
drew's Cathedral, to morrow tho 15
Sunday after Trinity, are Holy
Communion, 7 a. in.; Holy Communion
choral at 11: Pule Ahiahi
at 3:30 and evensong aud sermon
at 7:30 p. m.
The third cricket match between
the Comus aud the Honolulu Club
is being played this afternoon at
Makiki Recreation grounds with
honors evou. Mrs. T. Kain Walker
has kindly cousouted to again
over the destinies of tho tea
Tho Deputy Marshal is happy
over his now roller top desk. Some
of his "visitors" had got into tho
annoying habit of inspecting and
scanning privato aud publio documents
whenever tho Deputy Marshal
was called asido for a momont.
In the future these curious visitors
can spend their timo whilo waiting
in admiring the polish of tho new
but olosod desk.
Death of Consul Hopkins.
By tho last mail, the sad information
of tho doath of Mr. Mauley
at London, was received.
Tho deceased had represented the
Hawaiian Islands as Consul for a
number of years and was always interested
in Hawaiian .affairs and
very courteous and accomodating to
visitors from theso islands to England.
Mr. Hopkins was 88 years of ago
at the timo of his death. Ho was at
ono time a prominent mariuo insurance
man and was frequently
called upon to act as arbitrator in
international marine insurance suits,
and wad tho author of a standard
work on mariuo average aud adjustments
in which subjects ho was.
Tho docoased uovor visited tho
islands but wrote a valuable work
upon them, Ho was a brother of
Charles Gordon Hopkius who for
many voars was a prominent resident
of Hawaii and a Minister 'of
tho Crown. No Buooossor has yet
boon named to take tho position of
the Into Consul-General.
The deceased was bo muoh
by tho British Government
that in several important mattors
he was tacitly though not formally
reoognized as noting diplomatically
on bohalf of tho Hawaiian Government,
TOPICS OF THE DAY,
Our correspondents have much lo
Bv on tho question of annexation
today. Thoy are vorsatilo onough
t) tiitklo all tastes. Our campaign
poots omitted to send in their customary
It is rumored that tho political
"earppiiters" Armstrong and Atkinson
aro busy joining tho planks of
tho A. U. P. platform to make a
floor on which tho "loaders" can
practice tho hula kui. Kaulukou,
formerly of tho Halo Naua, will
as dancing master, and Gear
will take in tho gate receipts for the
"royal" hula show on bohalf of tho
Well, woll, so thero aro doubts ob
to the loyalty of tho President of
Hawaii to the annexation idea. No
less a person than Colonel Soper
felt called upon to Bay: "Notwithstanding
the statements of others
President Dole is heartily in favor
of tho annexation of Hawaii to tho
United States." Poor Prosidont, his
mind must bo failing.
Thoo of our readers who read our
selection from "Her Senator" aro respectfully
requested not to apply
the sentiments and situation to current
incidents conneoted with Hawaii
and the United States. Of
course all will roadily appreoiate
tho fact that no such application is
intended. The scene is merely an
omauation of a novelist's fanoy unsupported
by fact, as all sensiblo
and sensitive persons well know.
Iu the Advertiser's oulogy on Mr.
James B. Castle, who goes to Washington
as Sooretary to the Hawaiian
Legation, ono very important matter,
illustrating in a very marked degree
tho characteristic enterprise of
tho gentleman, has boen entirely
ignored. Wo rofor to his agency in
establishing the Kahuku Plantation
Company, aud have to Biiggest that
his newspaper should, iu an interview,
and with tho aid of illustrations,
give to tho youth of Hawaii
thooarly history of Mr. Castle's connection
with that estate. No doubt
Mr. Alexander Young would aid in
recalling tho incidents that lod to
the present flourishing condition df
Tho Advortiser calls tho Star
moan, becauso it reprintod a paragraph
which had appeared in all
American papers to tho effect that
Lorriu A. Thurstou (the partner- of
his Satanio Majesty) had offered to
pay Senator Bpcoo's expenses, if ho
would go to Hawaii aud look at the
hula girls and voto for annexation.
Iu its editorial columns tho
is shocked at the imputation,
that any "funds" wore evor subscribed
by Mr. Dole's supporters to subsidize
newspapers lobbyists, otc, iu
Washington. In mentioning the
appointmont of J. B. Castle iu
another column, ono of the reasons
given for the appointment is that
Mr. Castle has contributed largely
to tho annoxatiou fund. What is
tho object of that fund, dear Advertiser,
if not to bribe, corrupt aud
persuade. Souators. and Congressmen
and lobbyists must be
If not you oauuot sooure their
patriotic support for any monsuro.
Amerioau statesmen miiBt bo
"forced" to help you, and tho
is gouorally of a golden lino,
Says tho New York World:
"I Hhall not." wrote tho momber
of Congress, "yoto for the, sugar
tariff unless I am foroed to do bo,"
"How can I force you?" asked the
trust maguato in his answering lottor,
"when I am hero in New York with
my hands fulU"
"Easy onough," answered tho
statesman. "You might como down
to Washington with your hands in
tho Bamo condition."
Thus are our law-makers often
obliged to act contrary to their will
when circumstances over which thoy
have no control present themselves.
W. W. Dimond is eelliug ogato
ware goods oheapor than thoy oau
bo bought in Sau Francisco, Now
is the timo for a genuine bargain
iu that lino. Call and ascertain his
A HAPPY WIFE,
SHE RELATES TO A REPORTER
THE SEOREX OF HER JOY.
For Many Months Bho Wns Sad nnd
Worried Bocauso of IUuops Bho
Gives. Thanks for tho Discovery
to Which Bho Attributes Her
Present Wood Honlth.
From tho Chronicle, Chicago, III.
Eleven years ago thero camo to
Chicago from Toledo, Ohio, Mr. aud
Mrs. S. J. Sauders. They had been
hard working and industrious people
aud had met with serious trouble.
Mr. Sanders was a blacksmith,
but was obliged to give up his work
at the forge owing to tho loss of an
eye, from a spark from tho anvil.
Mrs, Sanders, like many another
woman broke her health by hard
work. She was a seamstress and,
careless of hor health, sewed early
and lato. Tho confinement, but
more than all, tho stooping, incident
to such work, broke her health, and
it was thought she was going into
Suick consumption. Instead, she
eveloped a violent case of typhoid
fever, to which, by tho way, any ono
is liable, whose system is run down
and whoso vitality is depleted. This
coufiued her not ouly to the house
but to her bod until spring. When
she finally rallied, it was to fiud herself
so weak and debilitated that for
six long months sho was barely ablo
to crawl about, and her physicians
could uot restoro her strougth. Sho
was reduced to a skeleton, could not
eat, could do no work, and as she
oxpreascd it, she could not have
endured this much longer.
Mrs. Sanders, however, became
convinced that her physicians were
not helping her to ineud, and sought
She oame to the conclusion that
a preparation which would enrich
tho blood, would build up her hoalth.
Sho accordingly made use of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills, now extensively
used as a blood purifier. The effects
wore satisfactory. They were morn
than that, thoy were wonderful. Sho
began to mend almost at once; her
pains decreased, her strength and
weight and appetite came back, and
she became robust. ' o any ono
Buffeting from tho effects of overwork
or worry, or from a debilitated
state of tho system from whatever
cause, this article will be of interest,
aud these pills a wolcomo remedy.
Signed) Mns. fa. J . bANDEns.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this fifth day of Octobor, 180G.
A. F. Pohtman, Notary Publio.
Dr. Williams, Pink Pills contain,
in a oondoused form, all tho elements
necessary to give now life and
richness to the blood aud restore
shattered nervos. Thoy are an unfailing
specific for such diseases as
locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis,
St. Vitus' dance, soiatica, neuralgia,
rheumatism, nervous headache, palpitation
of the hoart, and all forms
of weakness oithor iu male or female.
Sold by all dealers in medicine.
It is Btatod that James B. Cnstlo
has at longth decided to accept tho
secretaryship of tho Hawaii Legation
at Washington. "He has money
to burn" is the principal recommendation.
KIND PERMISSION OP
Fort, thfl Fronoh
will be thrown open to
visitors of the city, Monday, tho 27ih of
September, from 1 p in to 5 p. in. Boats
will be m the landing lor the visitors. Tho
nntivo Hawaltans cordially invited.
rpHK ADOVE REWARD OF ONE
X Hundred Dollars will bo paid to tho
person finding nnd dollvoring tr mo my
Two Diamond Kings Jost on Saturday,
Bi'pt. 1 1. 1X07 TJimn tholr roturn, no questions
will bo nsVml.
Honolulu. Sept. 21. 1897.
On Saturday Evening, Sept, 20
AT 8 O'OLOOK.
Not proceeds to bo equally divided between
Hnwnifun Rollol Society nnd British
Tickets now on salo at Wall-601-Ct
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Oldest Fire Insurant o Company in tho United States.
Losses 2uid since organization over - - - $90,000,000.
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Good, Bad and Indifferent.
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Noah's Certificate is Wot Needed for the Best. The
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Macfarlane & Co., Ltd,,
In tho United States tho Government
allows a rebate to tho manufacturers
on all agate ware shipped
out of the country. It is ono of the
Gno points in tho tariff question,
and enables the foreign importers to
compete with dealers in the United
States in the salo of theso Articles.
It makes it possible for our customers
to buy suoh goods from us
at lowor prices than they osn buy
thorn in San Francisco. Tho appended
list shows but a few of the
articlo3 iu this lino sold by us, aud
whore more than ono price is graded
with the different sizes of the articles.
In every instance you will
that our prices aro much lowor
than the same goods may bo bought
for at the Coast. These prices are
taken from the catalogue of one of
dealers iu San Francisco; it is bona-fide,
and tho goods are identical iu
quality as those advertised in the
catalogue. It is hard to believe that
the pooplo of Honolulu 2,100 milea
from San Francisco can buy such
goods for loss money.
AOATE LADLE-Const Prico 20o , Our
Price. 2 (or 25.
IADY FINGEU PANS-Coast Price,
20c Our Price, I6n.
CORNOA1CE Price, 15 to
75o., Our Price, 40 to 70
PIE Price, WX to 20c,
Our Price. 10 to l6o
OVAL OA1CE PANS-Coast Prico, 45 to
WAH1I Prico, 60c, Our
BOAP Prico, 20o., Our
WALL SOAP Price, 25o
Our Prico, '0o.
OBLONG SOAP Price,
2So. OnrPrloe 10).
MILK Price, 15c .
Our Price, lOo.
OLIMAX Prico, OJo ,
Our Price, 65c.
TEA Prico, 40 tuOOo., Our
Price. 35 to
Ui Prico, 7o Our
lOFKEE Prico, $1.50,
Our Price. $'.25.
SEAMSLhBS BAKE PANS !nnk
Prloo, -15 lo 8So., Our Prico, 40 to 80o,
HtOE BOILEUS Coast Price," C5o. to
tl.25 . Our Price 55 to 05o,
LIPPED UOKFEE Prico,
40 to OOo , Our Prico 35 to fcOo
CHAMBER PAIL-Coast Price, 11.00, '
OnrPrl o. $155.
40 to 85o., Our Price, 25 to OOo.
Ono of our windows la illleil with those
goods; onoh nleco marked in plain figures,-Your
inspection Is Invited,
Vou Holt Block.
IS 03STXj'Y' 03STE!
J. T. Waterhouse.
There nro three brands of
Jams and Jellies known to be
absolutely pure. Crosse &
Blackwclls, Morton's and
Code, Elfelt & Co. During
the pure food crusade in California
the goods of tho latter
passed every inspection and
now como out of the factory
specially stamped ' 'Pure
Food.'' Wo have a complete
stock of these goods and offer
them to the public at very low
Our grocery department is
full to the brim with reliabl'
goods and our prices are low
enough as to draw common
from other dealers. We buy
for cash in quantities to suit
the demand and consequently
thoy are always fresh.
We handle the celebrated
Albert boneless sardines and
tho Palace brand of sliced
bacon, two articles for the
table that are unexcelled.
Wo carry a full lino of table
delicacies, English and American
and promptly fill orders.
Prompt delivery in. all cases
whether in person or by
and careful attention
paid to tho selection of goods.
J. T. Waterhouse.