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LOOAIj AND GENERAL NEWS
Tho Bnlgio sails nt 0 p. m.
Bind nl Emma Squaro this
Band coucort at Makoo Islaud tomorrow,
ThoPlantoia' Association moot on
Elvin trophy shoot this afternoon
To-morrow ia rally day at Central
Tho Anglican Church Synod will
meet on' Dococnbor 1st.
Tho Cunard family loft by tho
Wnrrimoo last evening.
The Belgio passed the Baltimore
on tho night of tho 80th ult.
Tho Hawaiian Quintette band
plays at Oyclomere to-night.
Tho Y. M. 0. A. will hare a wheel-man's
evening on tho 15th instant.
Punahous vs. tho Rogimenls at
football at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho Portugupe cnlobrato tho
first proximo as Independence Day.
Tho Healani Boat Club dance has
boon postpouod until next Friday
Rov. T. D. Garvin delivers tho d
o'clock lecture at tho Y. M. 0. A.
Tho Mhsion Children's Society
mpot at tho rosidonco of Mrs. Bowen
Thi Board of Immigration havo
granted permits for 822 Japanese
to several plantations.
Tho groat match race between
Sharrick arid Jonos 'takes plnco this
evening at Cyclomore.
Mr. Theo. H. Davios, his son
Goorge, and Mr. P. M. Swanzy returned
by tho Belgic.
Tho Punahous (third loam) defeated
the High School in yesterday's
football game by 6 to 0.
Thanksgiving Day has been fixed
for tho 25th by President McKinloy,
ana Mr. bewail will follow suit.
Captain Kfioholls, U, S N.. has removed
to the Arlington. Mrs.
Nicholls will rocoivo on Mondays.
Tho Piro Dopartmout had a uso
less run to Pnuahi Streot yontorday
afternoon for a blaze in a kitchon.
Tho Irmgard randn the run up in
11 days. Oil wan used in crossing
tho rough bar at tho Golden Gate.
Tho Duke of Devonshire (Marquis
of Hartington) expects to sucooed
Lord Salisbury ai premier of England
Senator Morgan htm boon ill but
is recovering. Is he. like StnveuB
and Wiltze, also under tho ban of
Tho Strangers' FrieudSocioty has
done excellent work during tho past
quarter, but tho balance in the treasury
sorely needs increasing.
L. A. Thurston confirms tho news
ourrent horo that tho arbitration
eontrovnry botweon Japan and Hawaii
is progressing favorably.
There is a rumor of an oxtra
cession of Congress boing called to
consider tho Annexation matter, but
it doss not havo any solid foundation.
Applicaticu has been mado to tho
Courts for tho appointment of Mr.
W. 0. Smith as a trustee of tho
Bishop estate in tho placo of Mr. S.
M. Damon resigned.
A typographical error in tho
Call's correspondent's lettor of Oot.
Hth, makes him say 1500 Japanese
laborers woro boing imported
monthly instead of 500.
In the Milton manslaughter caso
John Burke, a young hoy of M yoara
was guilty of murder in tno uru degree,
Four of his associates woro
found guilty of assault and battery
and tho fifth wad acquitted. Wood
and Croighton appeared for tho
Fighting is still goiug on in tho
Indian Borders, but tho British
troops are victorious in all engagements,
Aa unpleasant fooling has
been created through permitting
Sootoh to win all tho
fighting glory while Irish rogimonts
aro withdrawn from the front.
Dr. Hu King Eug and MIsb Wang
aro to bo tho Chinese delegates to
th4 Woman's Congress to bo hold in
Lotidnu in 18(J8. The formor, who
is known as tho "Miraolo Lady," on
account of hor success in tho art of
-healing, obtained her degroo of
of modioiuo at tho Woman's
Medical Collogo iu Philadelphia,
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FOBEION NEWS NOTES
Items of Intoresta From All Farts
of tho World.
On Oot. 20, Goneral Woyler embarked
ou a stoamor for Spain iu
obedience to imperative orders from
Madrid. The pooplo gave an enthusiastic
demonstration in his favor.
Spain has declined tho ''kind offices"
of tho Unitod States to intervene
iu the Cuban matter, and now
tho Jingoa journals aro clamoring
for speedy intervention or war.
McKinloy is reported to be getting
Henry Goorge, Jr., has been nominated
to succeed his father as a
oandidato for tho New York mayoralty.
Tho Anglo-Egyptian contingent
hai dofeatod the Dorvishos inflicting
upon them a loss of GOO in ono
The Attorney-General McKenna
has declined the offer of tho London
Syndicate for tlio Union Pacific
system of railroads.
Ex-President Grovor Cleveland
has a ton and heir. Tho press publish
a tolugram of congratulation
from Queen Victoria which smell
very like a fako emanating from
from one who is not familiar w;th
A number of whaling vessels are
icebound in tho Arctic seas, and it
is feared that thoir crows numbering
300 are past all human aid.
Indian troubles aro foared in
Colorado owing to tho murder of
Utes by game wardens.
About 160,000 cotton operatives in
tho North of Englaud aro ou tho
verge of striking on account of a
proposed reduction of wages.
Goneral James Longstrect of
Georgia has boon appointod Commissioner
of Railroads in tho place
of General Wado,Hampton resigned.
Yellow fover still holds sway in
the Now Orleans district.
Tho Baltimore sailed from San
Francisco on Oct. 29 with a complement
Georgo Lavigne knocked Joe
out iu San Francisco in twelve
Tho Sue Yup highbinders of San
Frnncihco aro after the Foalps of tho
Sam Yups and causing considerable
apprehension to the polico authorities.
"Pluggor Bill" Martin made a
straightway milo in 1:19 3 5 beating
tho world's record, but the nocoesary
verifications are not yot to hand.
Two expeditions in search of
Audreo aro being fitted out by Norway
Tho Sealing conference has concluded
to stop pelagic sealing in tho
Bering Sea and North Pacific.
Kick gold fields have boen dis.
covored iu Kotzebuo Sound that
discount the Klondike. s
Tho Duuhess of Tack, cousin of
Queeu Victoria, sister of tho Duke
of Cambridge and mother-in-law of
tho Duke of York is dead.
Tho U. S. S. Marion has been condemned
and will be stationed at
Sau Diego for tho bouefit of the
California State Naval Militia.
How Yow, of the
Chinese Minister to Washington has
boon appointed Vice-Consul at San
A terrible railroad accident has
occurrod on tho New York Central
causing the loss of 28 liros and
numerous injuries, Fred A. Marriott
ion of the ownor of tho S. F. News
Letter was on board but escapod
The Queen rtnd Kaiulonl.
Washington, Ootobor 22. With
refareneo to reports to the effoot
that former Quoen Liliuokalaui had
formally abdicated in favor of Prin
cess Kaiulaui, the ex-queen in person
gavo the following authorized
statoment: "There is no truth in any
report that she has abdicated. No
official nation has boon taken during
the mooting of Kaiulaui with hor.
Tho question of politics did not
pais their lips, Kaiulaui came from
New York to seo her, auut boforo
going to Sun Francisco, and left
this afternoon for that city, wh.re
she will stay a woek. Such reports
aro suroad by hor enemies with a
view to iujuriug hor."
Tho foregoing is stated as having
beon dictated by tho
Mies B. Molllo Percy, Glvo3 Hor Experience
of Hor Lifelong Suffering
The following communication has
just been received from Miss S.
Mollio Poroy, of Soarsport, Maine,
whoro she is well and favorably
"I was a sufferer from constant
headache all my life, frequently accompanied
with nausea and sick
stomach, especially boforo and during
severe attacks. I am now thirty
years old, and as far back as I
I was never freo from
these depressing and distressing attacks,
and did not know what it was
to feol well, until last wintor, whon
having soen so much written, and
hoard so much spoken, about Dr.
Williams' fink Pills, mauo up my
mind to seo if thoy would do mo
any good. I therefore bought somo
of thorn and began to tako thorn
according to directions.
"I soon began to experienco relief,
and havo improved ever since. I am
still taking them, and shall continue
so to do until I am freo of tho
slightest symptom of my old enemy.
I am a firm believer in tho efficiency
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I
shall never be without thorn as thoy
havo done mo so much good."
(Signed) S. M. Perot.
Witness : Mas. J. E. Nicholl.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo
Pooplo aro a specific for troubles
peculiar to femalos, such as suppressions,
irregularities and all forms of
weakness. Thoy build up tho blood
and restoro the glow of health to
pale and sallow choeks. In men
thoy effect a radical euro in all cases
arising from mental worry, overwork
or oxcosses of whatever nature. Sold
by all dealers in medicine.
Tho Argument of Tyranny.
Speaking of the memorial which
tho Hawaiian peoplo havo addrossod
to tho Presidont, tho Congress and
the peoplo of the United Status,
protesting against the proposed annexation
of Hawaii to this country
by treaty with tho Dol. Government,
and demanding, iu accordance
with tho Declaration of Independence,
that the people of Hawaii
shall htve a voice in determining
tho Government that shall rule over
them, lh Chronicle says:
"Questions about new territory
havo uever been referred by our
Government or auy other to a vote
of aboriginal natives. If that had
not been the rulo tho greater part of
America and all of Africa would
now be uncivilized. As for the kanaka,
they do not know what is
bent for them, least of all what is
best for the United States and for
progress, and so will havo to bo
treated about as children are when
thoy rofuae to attend school. Thoy
must bn gently but firmly put in
the right track,"
This is tho argumont George III.
used iu his war against tho American
colonies; it i tho argument
Spain is using now against Cuba; it
is the argumont Great Britain would
havo used , against Vonzuela had not
the United States intorposed and
arbitration. It has been
used in ovary war of spoliation by a
strong power against a weak one
since the world began. It is an
argumeut the Unitod States is
destined not to maintain, but to
Tho people of Hawaii are not
barbariaus; they aro not unfitted
for Thoy havo for
years maiutaiuod a Govornment of
such just laws that Americans havo
gone there to live and to invest
money. It is a laud of schools and
church os, a laud of free speech and
newspapers. It ii iu vain wo will
seek to justify oursolvos in our own
minds if we iiuposo upou such a
pooplo a Government without thoir
Only a clojpotio Government can
justify to itself a despotic act of
aggression, and tho United States is
not a dospotism. Tho Declaration
of Indupeudenco, tho Constitution
of tjo United States, tho Gettysburg
add i uhs every sacred document of
our history, declares against tho
wroug the Ohroniolo now advocates.
To annex Hawaii without tho consent
of her people will bo to stultify
tho past, stain the present and endanger
the future of our own great
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The Hawaiian bark Nuuanu, 1-14
days out from Boston to-day, ha a
carpn of 5500 casos of Keroouo oil
for G. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SOME of tho merchants
a 'BRUSH" last week wo
will give you twenty kinds of
BRUSHES this week, (5c
upward). Paint or White-
Special Sale Goods ono to
each customer :
Medium-sized Hammers, loc.
Medium-sized Hatchets, 15c.
Steel Scrow Drivers, 5c, U)o, 15c,
8-o. Tinned Carpet Taoks, 5o.
Rim Knob Door Locks, 20c.
8-inch Steel English Shear?, 2oo.
Steel English Shears, 10c.
Nioholsou's Saw Filea, 5c.
hi (3-inch Itule Carpenters' Pencils
A. Carpenter's Pencil for a
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Thero arts three brands of.
.Jains and Jellies known to be
absolutely pure. Crosse &
Blackwells, Morion's and
Code, Elfelt & Co. During
the pure food crusade in California
the goodb of tho latter
pasted eyery inspection and
now come out of tho factory
specially stamped ' 'Pure
Food.'' We havQ.a complete
stock of these goods and offer
them to the public at very low
prices. , " , .
Our grocery department is
full to the brim with reliabl
goods and our prices arc low
enough as to draw common
from other dealers. We buy
for cash in quantities to suit
the demand and consequently
thoy aro always fresh.
Wu handle the celebrated
Albert boneless sardines and
the Palaco brand of sheer
bacon, two articles for tliL
table that are unexcelled.
"We carry a full lino of table
delicacies, English and American
and promptly fill orcjers.
Prompt delivery in all cases
whether in person or by tele
phone and careful attention
paid to the selection of goods,
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