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Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Will relievo the most dis
tressing cough, sootho
tho inflamed membrane,
loosen tho phlegm, and
induce refreshing sleep.
Por tho euro of Croqp,
"Whooping Cough, Soro
Throat, and nil tho pul
monary troubles to which
tho young nro so liablo,
thero is no other remedy so effect
A Record of nearly 60 years
Gold Medilt at the World's Chief Expositions.
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H prominent on the wrapper unit Is blown
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Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
jrnOM jan. 1st to june 1st, 1895.
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Pommory it Grmio 11,798
Moet & Chuiulou 9,008
Heidsieek & Co., (dry
Louis Ruederei 3.438
Perricr .Touot 3.28G
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
8t. Muico.ux 334
Krug& Co. 270
Ghas Hoidniock 355
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Election of Officers.
AT THK ANNUAL MEETING OF WILD
cr's Steamship Co., Ltd, held at their office In
tills city on November 18, i8M, tho following
officers were re-elected, to serve during thu en
C L Wight. . . - - President
J K Ilackfeld, - Vice President
8 B Koe, Sec. and Treasurer
W F Allen, Auditor
Tho above named officers together with J
A King, WO Irwin and (1 C UecMey com
prise the lloaru oi uircciore,
S. B. HOSE,
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A TELEPHONE NEWSPAPER.
How Six TlinuNnnd llentdnnti of the
Cupltal l I ! n l rj Get Tlilr
How many people outstdo of
nowspaper ollicos in this portion
of tho world know that such an
institution us it telephone nuws
paper is in oxistence Tho un.
swor would bo "Vory fow, if tiny."
And yot in Budapest, the capital
of Hungary, sis thousmd sub
scribers got thi'ir daily uowb
through tne modiuoi of a tele
phono, which seonis to bo a com
bination of tho telophono and
phonogriph as tho voioo of tho
reader is heard much loidorund
moro clearly than by tho every
day tel ph' no in uso. This
novelty in tho diBsomiuatiuti of
news goes on all day long, from
early morn till la to at night,
giving the very latest nows at the
exponse to subscribers of two
oonts per day. Tho toloph.iuo
nowspaper is alroady a success
and it will not be long beforo it
will he found in every city of any
A correspondent writos from
Budapest to an American paper
tho following interesting descrip
tion of the telophono nowspapor
us bo first he,rd it: "Whilo I
was dioising in tho morning, tho
hotel servant knocked at ray door
utul asked if 1 wanted tho tolo-
phono paper, ho 'then hundod mo
two receivers about tho size of a
pocket watch, attnohod to long
cords, wlncli could be lastonou to
the bed if ono felt disinoliuod to
get up, or to tho armchair or olse
whero to suit or.o's convenience.
'Tho nowspapor will begin to
speak directly,' remarked tho
servant, 'and will go on spoaking
until Into in tho ovening. Wo
don't chargo our visitors any
thing for it, as it only costs us n
penny a day.' '' Tho Budapest
ttlophono nowspapor was founded
by Thoodor Fuskas, a nativo of
Transylvania, and a friond of
Edison. His original idua was to
start u telegraphic newspaper,
but he finally decided that the
telophono was the hotter medium
for hia purpose, and the first
number of tho Telophono
Hirmondo was published on
Fobruury 15, 1893. Puskas
died n month aftorward, but his
unique scheme has turned out an
extraordinary success. Tho pnpor
is available everywhere in the
city, in places cf nmutomont, doc
tors' waiting-rooms, restaurants,
stores of all kinds, nflicos of mer
chants, bankers and lawyers, in
hospitals and in private houses,
for the use of aged peoplo to whom
roading is fatiguing. Although
tho papor speaks till day, thu
information is carefully olassiilod,
and each subscriber Iiub a program
by which he can toll what kindjof
nows is ubout to bo givou at any
poriod of the day. At 8.30 the
day's work is hogun by tho roud
ing in u clear, sonorous voice,
quito froe from the nusul twang
of many toleiihonos, of tho tolo
grums received in tho night from
America und tho differont parts of
Europe. At 8:45 follows tho duily
calendar with metropolitan nows,
and tho lict of strangers who havo
arrived in tho city up to tho pre
vious night. Thou comes ofiioial
nows, oontonts of tho ofiioial ga
zotto, etc., and at specified hours
are heard, in turn, reports on tho
opening of tho stock and corn ex
changes, looul and ecclesias
tical nows, theatricals, art and
scienco notices. From n quarter
pust 11 to half-past ll inform
ation is givou on foreign, proviu-
HONOLULU, H. 1.. SATURDAY. N( MEMBER 23. 1895.
oitl and sporting matters, and
thon to a quarter to 12 reports
arrive from Hip Vionna stock and
corn exchange!, with nil norta of
military, court ami political items.
Early in tho afternoon, when thu
sitting of tho Reichstag begin,
the Parliamentary report is sup
plied every tn minutes. Tho
tuuco is in telephonic communi
cation with tho Ileichstug, and it
oftou happens Unit import nit
spoochos from Ministers and mein
bors nro known to tlm public
while tho suoakcr is still ucldrvbH
ing the Uouso. A short summary
of all important items is givou at
noon, aud'iigain in thu evening,
for thnso who may havo tnihsed
any of them. Toward evoning,
whon news is growing scarce, the
subscribers aro entertained trith
vocal and instrumental con
certs, quartottos and solos
tho latter given by tho most
talonted artists of the capita!.
Literary articles or fouillotons by
such favoritod writers as Maurtts
Jokai or Victor Rakosy, aro often
spoken into tho telophono by tho
authors themselves. All this is
given to tho subscriber for one
penny ft day , and both wiro and
apparatus aro convoyed to his
houso free of oxponso. There aro
now 6000 subscribers. The or
ganization of the staff roaomblos
that of any other big pnpor. Ton
men with stroug voices and cloar
articulation act as speakers, and
t.tko thoir turn iu shifts of two at
a timo. When any important
ovent is about to bo read a shrill
warning blast is sounded.
All Illiportnlit OOlce.
To properly fill its oilico and
functions, it is important that tho
blood bo pure. When it is in
such a condition, tho body is al
most certuin to be hoalthy. A
complaint at this timo is catarrh
in somo of its various forms. A
slight cold devolops the disoitso
in tho heud. Droppings of cor
ruptions passing into the lungs
bring on consumption. Tho only
way to cuio this disoaso is to
purify the blood. The most ob
stiunto cases of cttarrh yiold to
Iho medicinal powors of Hood's
Sursparillu us if by magio, simply
because it roachos tho seat of the
disoaso, and by purifying and
vitalizing the blood-, removes tho
cause. Not only does Hood's
Sarsapnrilla do this but it giveB
ronowed vigor to tho wholo sys
tem, making it possiblo for good
health to roign suprorae.
Coiitilbiitloii AnUnd from Honolulu
for a memorial In San Vrancl.eo.
At its mooting hist night, tho
Honolulu Scottish Thistlo Club
considered a circular, inviting
contributions toward a momorial
to tho Into It 'hurt Louis Stovon
snn in S'lii iVuncKuo. Tho cir
"Robert Louis Stevenson is
dead, and with a souse of our
dobt to him for all ho his given
us tho delight of his ait, tho
freshened zest fur life some
acknowledgment s-uins fitting.
"Ho dwelt for a trne w'ith us,
and added a distinction to our
cosmopolitanism, to our pictiires
quone83, by roctguizing both. It
was here iu Ban Francisco that
he suffered and oujoyod such a
varied fortune, and bore ho played
out part of the drama of his life.
"With this iu mind, it is pro
posed that a simplo drinking
fountain bo set up us a memorial
to him, in the old plaza (the heart
of the life ho found so interesting)
a momorial to him, and tho
ahanco for the oup of cold water
to tho stranger and the waif left
by tho ebb tide.
"You aro invited to subscribe
to this momorial."
The State of Georgia has devel
oped greutly sinco tho wur, tho
estimuto now ro tolling tho rospect
ublo total of 251,903.124.
ONLY 1W0 MORE DAYS
AND THK IIIOYC'I.i: C()tTi:T
wit. i, ui: rMtu:i).
.tloiitluy find Tticlny Next Will lip the
Lt lla) III Which Million Will
On Wednesday next, at 12
o'clock noon tho committee which
has in charge tho Bulletin's 13i-
cyclo Contest will assemble for
tho last timo, und after counting
tho ballots cast in tho previous
twenty-four hours will declare
tho final result, and tho young
lady who has obtuinod the high
est numborof votes will receive as
soon afterwards as possiblo tho
most popular ladies' wheel as de
termined by tho count. Subscrib
ers of the Bulletin should save
all tho ballots of tho last two days
and deposit thorn in the box be
fore Wodnosday at noon. Today's
ballots must go in boforo noon of
Tuesday. Tho contest is so close
at prosont writing that nn nxtra
effort for tho lust throo duys may
win tho wheel for any young lady.
The result of today's count
shows that Miss Annio Clark's
friends have boen working hard
for her sinco yesterday, that young
lndy having gained 172 votes in
tho day's balloting, which again
puts her in the lend. Miss Nowton
takes socond placo with 412 votos.
whilo Miss Mabel Robertson is
still a good third.
In the contest for tbo most pop
ular wliool, the Monarch still loads
with 3812 votes. Tho Ramblor put
onnspnrt today but only succeed
ed iu decreasing tho Monarch's
load 125 votes. Thero was little
difference in the vote for tho other
Tho following table shows the
comploto voto np to noon today:
MlssAnnlu Clark M0
Mli Newton 41:!
Miss Mabel Itobertsou 3J8
MIsh Mitgsle Jcnm 'J04
Miss Mury Nott 178
Miss DoiftMosbmau 11U
Miss Cahlll b7
Miss Arnold 68
Mls M Slmpaiiti 81
Miss Mabel Uruns SS
DID IT WITH ONI". A It. 71.
One ol Iliinulu IIIII'h rxperlriii en In u
Illce (iiime In Chicago.
Major John E. Bnrko vouchos
for a good story of Buffalo Bill
when that worthy hud settled
down Irom h's roving career to
"ranching.'' A tiraocime to send
a big bunch of cattlo on East to
tho markot, and Buffalo Bill con
eluded to go on to Chicago and
arrange tho sale. Ho mot fivo or
six of tho big cattlo barons, all
just spoiling with monoy. Cody
had a littlo wad himself. Thoy
mot in tho Palmer Houso, und
wero good-naturedly quarroling ns
to who should buy tho next bot
tle of wino. Evorybody wanted
to buy, so it was settled that they
should throw dico, rovorsing tho
general gumo, by "sticking tho
high man.1' Mattors bocomo swift
in a littlo whilo, and beforo long
thoy woro throwing for a pilo of
double eaglos and groonbacks.
At this point Ono-Armod Iko, a
well-known confidence man und
one of the best sharpers in the
country, booewno awuro that nil
theso pooplo woro iu town with
monoy to burn. He wanted a little
of it. so he dre.-'S'-d himself to play
tho pint "f n euitlti niser from
Texas. In this guise ho walked
nn t Codv's party with tho
oi ?.y Western stylo so well known
ntid introduced himsolf.
"1'vo just sold u big bunch of
cattle boyH, and I'm full of monoy
from feot np. Wlmt'll yo have?"
His ndveut phased tho party.
All wore looking for sport, and
hero wus a jolly, good-nutur d
fresh Texan, with on odor of tho
mesquit about him. The alleged
Texan was soon tossing tho dico
with tho rest, and boforo tho
party broko up tho ono-nrmed
soump hud nbout $1 ,700 of Buff.do
Bill's coin and tho rest of the
party wero poorer to the tune of
52,000 to ?3,000. Tho Pinkerton
peoplo becamo awaru of Ike's
g'imo, and early noxt morning a
detective huntod up sovoral of tne
cattle barons and told thom they
had been "skmnod." They wero
mad clear through und hunted up
Cody. Tho hitter was still in bod
whon they burst into tho room!
"Get up, Bill. We've boen
dono by a shop-string gambler.
Oot on your outfit and let s corral
tho ." Tho facts wero laid be
fore Cody, who said nothing, but
crawled out of bod and dropped
on his knoes in tho attitude of
'What'n'oll ails yon. Bill?"
said ono; "get a movo on, got
your traps on and ho quick
"Gentlemen," said Buffalo Bill,
still to all appearances praying,
"drop on your knees and pray;
this is n muttor for prayor," and
burying his head in the bed
clothes he shook with laughter.
"What'n thunder uils you?"
yelled one ol tuo party, much in
censed. "Pray; I say, pray," said Cody;
"you follows want to thank God
that na,only has ono arm. Think
what ho would havo dono to us
with two arms." Philadelphia
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THK FOOTIIALT.. GAITCE.
Those Who Will PIhjt on Tlimika-
Tho football g.nno next Thurs
day afternoon between two toams
of tho Honolulu Athletic Associa
tion will commonco at 3:30 p. in.
An admission foo of twenty fivo
conts will bo charged. Tho fol
lowing is a correctod list of tho
names and positions of tho playors:
1st team. rosiTio.Ni 2nd teasi:
J Spcncor center .7 Lane
i: Holt rg J Leal
I Cockctt 1 g 8 Johnson
CI Kosn rt ULoug (cunt.)
J McOnlro It I) Kupihen
A Hmithlcrt re A Lawreuco
Cllolt le W Armstrong
J Thompson q b W Hawllns
Geo Clarke r h O Kn'nninnnolo
J Conrnrt 1 h K llapni
L Singer (cnpt.)....f b W Sopor
First team substitutes David
Koii and II. Fern.
Second team substitutes
Woods and W. Vida.
'Tho Hawaiian band under Pro
fessor Berger's efficient leader
ship will givo its usual Saturday
concert at Emma squaro, com
mencing at a quarter past four.
Following is tho program:
1 Overture "King's" Lieutenant Till
'J Mnri li"TuliA..r'i f'l.n.l.. I..L
a Selection "The Gaiety lrlV,i!i! Jones
t riuHm iien uoii' nroile
S llancc "Mnnzanlllo" Honns
(1 Waltz "Beautiful Blue Danube".. Straun
The Stato of Florida hits a
smaller valuation than most of
tho Southern States, being estim
ated at only $30,938,309.
Minnesota has devolopod more
rapidly than any other North
western Stato. Its assoseed valua
tion is 258,028. G87.
In 1890 tho United States cen
sus reports estimated that tho
woalth of tho country was alont
$G2,GOO,000,000, or nearly iflOOO
sAU., .JMJHtfa Mj
IN THE HIGHER C3U3TS..
CHINA.TIAN flUILIV OF .MliKDEK
IN NECOMD DKGItn:.
ScvitJI lilturco C'mi' rroiioKecu
I'.ktuto I.tlli:ntliiii Delimit Iu
ltnllro.nl Conlmct .'atc.
Wright nnd Willurd havo ap
pealed from Judg" Wbiting's de
cision, making their wages as em
ployes of tho Senate subject to
Judge Whiting has granted a
divorco t C Broad ngninst Ke
kau Koulii Broad. Johnson for
plaintiff. Also, a divorco to Annio
vs. Aniani. Humphreys for peti
tioner. The divorco caso of Maria Coffin
Pac Yeo against Puc Yeo is con
tinued on account of tho nbsonco
of tho defendant from tho coun
try. Humphreys for dofendant.
The Court has dcorood alimony
of $18 a month against Robert
Laiug, whoso wife was granted n
divorco lust weok.
Jury has beon waived in tbe
caso of Edma G. Trousseau
against tho trusteos of the late Dr.
Francisca pleaded guilty to
liquor selling without license this
morning. By roquest of tho pro
secution Judgo Mh goon suspended
sentence. Do la Vergno for pro
becution; Kinney for defendant.
An order of dofuult has beon
sgnod by Judge Mngoon against
defendants iu James J. Byrne vs.
Allon and others, nnd A. Feek,
J. Moniz withdrew his nnnonl
from conviction of liquor soiling,
and tho judgment bolow was
affirmed with costs. Do la Vergno
for prosecution; Kinney for defen
duut. Wong Lok was found guilty
last night of murder second degreo.
Sentoncc has not boon passed.
Mrs. Ilarker'a Death.
Tho jury which was impanolod
to inquiro into tho oauso of donth
of Mrs. Mary Barker, who died,
suddenly yestorday, viowed tho
body in tho afternoon and then
udjournod subjoct to the call of
the Deputy Mursunl. An autopsy
was hold by Drs. Murray and
Emerson by ordor of tho Coronor,
and their roport to that official
shows that death was caused by a
Junctional heart troublo or sud
den failure of that organ, no or
ganic disoaso being present. Tho
jury will rondor a vordict in ac
cordance with that fact.
The funeral takes placo this
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Ginger is said often t3 relievo
Sumatra poppor is said to bo
Tho nutmeg treo is a native of
Tim ginger plant grows from two
to threo foot high.
A prosorvo is mado from young
roots of ginger.
Tho nutraog is the seed of a troe
of tho laurol fumily.
Tho fruit of tho nutmog is often
mulo into a swootmoat.
Ton varieties of plants are
known to produco black popper.
Tho rod poppor plant bolongs
to tho doudly nightshudo family.
Cinnamon is the inner bark of'
a troe of the laurel fumily.
Curdamo seeds of excnllont
quality are grown in Germnny.
Tho ordinury rod popper has
long boon usod as a modicine.
Tho clove is a product of & treo
belonging to tho myrtlo family.
Tim strips of cinnamon bark aro
usually about forty Inches long.
Tho olovo plant is boliovod to
bo a native of tho Molucca IsU
PRICK 5 UF'v !