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L. B. KERR & COMPANY,
Who bought them at One-half their cost and now
Public at One-half their value.
CORNER FORT ,AMD HOTEL
.LONDOS, June 22. Tho Vienna
carrcammdant of tho Daily Express
ttiys ihe Ruesiim liuister or tho Interior,
Mr. Sipiaguine, has issued the
following instructions for the guidance
of newspapers in dealing with the far'
First No reference to the movement
of Russian troops or warships.
Second 1'apera must bear in mind
that tho Ozar is actuated only by n desire
to maintain peace and good "will
Third No gossip about ditfereuces
among tho powers that would bo
to the government.
Fourth No "criticism of Russian
diplomacy or of military or naval
Fifth Editorial writers should recollect
that Russia is predestined to
predominate in Asia.
Sixth Comparisons may be made
betweou Russian and foreign troops
and peaineuwhon unfavorable to foreigners.
Medical View of "Woman's Dress.
A large number of women sweep the
streets with the skirts of their gowns
and other garments and bear with
thorn wherever they go abominable
filth. Attempts are. Indeed, often made
by women to keep their dresses from
dragging. Such attempts are usually
unsuccessful. Tho management of a
long gown Is too difficult a matter for
the majority of Englishwomen. The
habit has arisen of seizing the upper
part of the skirt and holding It in a
bunch at a place called by women "the
broad part of the back below the waist"
and among anatomists by tho less cumbrous
term, "gluteal region." This
practice can be commended neither
from a physiological nor from an artistic
point ot view. "We strongly protest
from a sanitary point of
against the Importation Into private
houses of skirts reeking with ordure,
urine and pathogenic microbes. For
-walking In the street a short skirt
should be worn, and we commend the
sensible walking gown now adopted by
tho best dressed women to those whose
business it is to write on the fashions
In dress. London Lancet.
Kr. Ikkei Wakai's H&ppy Home.
Mr. Ikkel Wakal. chief clerk In the
Procurator's ofilce of the Tokushima
District Court, possesses one peculiarity
which Is not shared perhaps by a
single one of his compatriots
a peculiarity which Is not in any way
unpleasant, but Is altogether both
beautiful and worthy of being Imitated.
He Is very economical in his habits, in
the best sense of the term, and as such
he has never beea known to frequent
places for wine-drinking and the gay
pleasures. On the other hand, he is
said to take the greatest delight in calling
toegther all the members of his
household, even down to his servants
once a month and entertaining them as
his guests to all sorts of dishes tif the
season, served up In the best of t.tyi.
whiles he himself amuses the asembly
by relating lateretlag events and stories
of the day, and thus giving them
a innocently jolly time, Mr. Waksl's
Is said to he the best regulated, and
most harmonious family la the locality;
In the Shoe
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets
By their New Owners
TERMS TO FILIPINOS.
Promoters of Peace Movement Engaged
MANILA, June 24. General Mac-Arthur
has given a formal answer to
the Filipino leaders who last Thursday
submitted to him peace proposals
that had been approved earlier in the
day by a meeting of representative
In his reply he assured them that all
personal rights under the United States
Constitution, excepting trial by jury
and the right to bear arms, would be
The promoters of the peace movement
are now engaged In reconstructing
the drait of the seven clauses submitted
to General MacArthur in such
a way as to render it acceptable to both
The seventh clause, providing for the
expulsion of the friars, General Mac-Arthur
rejected on the ground that
the settlement of this question rests
with the commission headed by Judge
That portion of the Forty-third Infantry
which formerly garrisoned the
Island of Samar, will proceed to the
Island of Leyte, giving the garrison
there the needed reinforcements.
The battalion of the Twenty-ninth
Infantry, which was sent yesterday to
Samar, will act as the garrison there.
CRITICISM OF THE
NEW YORK, June 25. A special to
tho Sun from Washington says-There
is much criticism among some
of the officers of the army over the attitude
ot the high officials In the War
Department in regard to preparations
for sending troops to China. Some ot
the staff departments have received absolutely
no notification of the intention
of the "War Department to send
troops to China, and they complain
that in spite ot this they will he expected
to make preparations for their
equipment, maintenance and health.
Adjutant General Corbln denies that
any troops in addition to the Ninth Infantry
have been ordered to Taku, but
official orders issued within the pa.it
few days confirm absolutely the statement
that at least a brigade of troops
will be sent.
Complaint is being made that there
is a spirit of inaction on the part ot
some of the high oQclals, "when it Is
evident to every one that It will be
necessary to send several thousand men
to China -within the next sixty days.
Meanwhile, the Navy Department, with
a return ot that energy which
Its actions in getting ready- for
the war with Spain. Is making every
preparation for an extended campaign,
ashore and afioat, In China.
The navy Is sot concerning Itself
with determining the question whether
a state of war exists between China and
th TTnltorf Stt Ttc nVt&wt te tn hr.
ready all the ships, men and stores
that Trill be neded if war should be
Store at the
Red, White and Blue.
SSHEtc. Etc. Etct
AT THE BIG STORE
WALL NICHOLS CO., LTb
BY THE BARKS "J. C. PFIUGER8 AND "M. E. WATSON."
We Have Received a Large Assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell
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offer them to the
IN OUR STORE you'll find scores and
scores of articles particularly suited
FOODS OF every sort in diminutive
packages tin, glass, wood and stone
handy for packing, hnndy to eat little
BASKETS for carrying hampers and
hand bags -experience.
OF COURSE you don't buy the experience,
but it's of great value to you,
because knowing how to pack enables
us to insure safe arrival, no breakage,
no loss whether transported over
mountains on pack saddle or carried in
the locker of vour vacht.
LEWIS & CO. Grocers.
hi Fort St. -Tel. 240.
When Buying a Wheel
and Alicays be Bight.
HONOLULU BIKE CO.
PAINTS and OILS
CORRUGATED IRdN, RIDGING, Etc, CEMENT and
FIREBRICKS, CARBOLINIUM, STOCKHOLM
TAR, BUCKETS. TUBS, TLNPLATES,
SAUCEPANS, TEAKETTLES, Etc
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THE IIILO TRIBUNE
W. H. SMITH, : : : Editor
ARCH. C STEELE, : : Manager
Published Every Saturday,
SUBCRIPTIOK Local.... 520 pervear
Foreign. 3.50 " "
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Nobby and Stylish
finish, S1.50 up.
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4(5 31ERCHANT STREET.
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