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HONOLUtfU5H. L, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 189G.
Vol. II. No. 431.
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The UiaEit8iaNnD bog to nu
nounco Hint from aud after
Tbarsday Night, Oct 1,1896
ST. L0018 BEER
Will bo served ON DRAUGHT
To meet tlio times niicl competi
tion, it will bo furnished ut
!2Gts. Per Olass
"We quoin from lotlor of tho
Anheusor-Buseh Browing Asso
ciation, dnlod August 8th:
"Your boiiornbie llrni lmlii; ri'in cental
U8 for so ninny jcnrn we Lnllmu It unclu-s In
cilllvmir attention to tlie iiiuiltn ol our artl
cIiT.but we uli.niKl lll.e to repent nsnln and
trill oiir ntkntlun IA tie fuel tlmt mim
j vnti os'i.y rri'.H iiauli:v mai.i iiceu
. f MANUPACrUKKI), unit corn cerealino and
utlicr mliilicrutiU as well as acldi, fortlio
prcccrxution of beer, are unKiiuun In our es
tablishment. WltU tliu boo jou rnuj go
befuru tliu public in our name."
No enoomiain of oars can add to
tho high reputation of Anheusor
Beer. Its introduction in "any
and every mnrkot makes it nn
immediate fiuoiito. It stands
without u peor, without a rival,
without even u compotitor. It
received tho highest awards at tho
Columbian Exposition. Tho re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho prevailing priuo of
12 Cknis Pku Glass,
places it within tho reach of all,
and ho is a wise man who gets
tho best quality for tho least
has a big comer in
our hearts. Wo clothed
papa when he was a kid;
and tho practice of coming
hero with his dad helped to
mako tho pngos of history
that in repeating itsolf.
Tho lit t lo follows liko us,
wo bond them homo clothed
as they should bo. Tho big
fellow likes us, 'causo
wo do it at so small
cost. Tho youngbtors
ready for school
have beeu in our minds
raust bo in our clothes.
I. LEYIHGSTOH, Manager,
Waver! oy Block, 0 Hotel street
gy Shirts Made to Order.
Notice Is hereby given that I, tho under
'giBijod, has this day given a full power of
attorney to Mi. Au Con (Jhco,of ICapaa,
Island of Kauai, who will act for me
daring my alsen o from tho IhIiukIh.
. natodatlJaurtlei, Kauai, Aug 3lst. 1800.
39'J.lm 'I'AM BEE SKE WO.
HealtSi and Strength
MY THE USB OP
Mt. ft. A. CtimuUwr, of YnrrnvUlc,
Victoria, Auitrnllii, bus:
'- L- -"
"About a year ago, I had a severe
attack of Influenza, which left mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or interest in life. Obtaining
littlo or no rollof from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recom
mended to mc, I finally tried Ayer's
Sarsaparllla, and from that time,
"began to gain health and strength,
I continued tlio treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
great pleasure in telling my friends
of the merits of Ayer's Sarsaparllla,
and tho happy results of its use. I
consider it tho best blood-purifler
Colli Medal at the World's Clilel Expositions,
ftYCQ' DMIQ for Constipation
Alufl O lILLO and Biliousness.
Sugar-Contod, Mild but Effoctivo
Hollister JDrug Co., Ltd.
Bole Asent3 for tho Republio of Hawaii.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
SOME GLEVER ANSWERS
i:u uv i:xA,iii.M:its.
How it rniiilldnto lorlio PonUiou of
t'orli-r lit h Ilo.iou Llbrury
I'nlloil to drt tlio Job.
A competitive examination of
applicants for tho positions of
portor and orraud boy iu tho Bos
ton Public Library was held re
cently. Oho of tlio candidates for
portor shocked the cxaminors by
his display of frivolity iu evading
questions which ho could not
Answer. Ho did not get tho posi
tion. The paper as printed is as
Q. Describe briefly tho differ
ence, as recorded in history, bo
tweon a Pilgrim tiud a Puritan ?
A. Ono was a centorboard and
tho other a linked.
Q. Through what States does
tho Mississippi river pass ? A. Its
usual stato, mud and water.
Q. Whoro aro Louisville, Da
troit, Caracas, Siena Leoue, Cyp
rus, Stockholm, Budapest, Borne,
tho Urinoco river f A. J. lie ex
act locations of tIie-o places, as in
dicated in present maps, have been
seriously questioned, audi cannot
, ,., ' ,, , .
to sotlo tho dlHiiuto
without further inouiry. Tho
Orinoco rivor passes in a not al
together straight courto through
tho Orinoco valley. I
Q. Where is Chicago ? A. I
don't know. I am a Now Yorker.
Q. Where is Cleveland ' lie
Q Describe a foitBiblo course
for tho oircuiunavigntiou of tho
gldbo, mentioning all bodies of
water which would bo passed
through. A. In a balloon. No
waters would be passed through.
Q. What was tho causo of tho
War of 1812 mid of tho Mexican
War? A. Love for iighting,vith
Q. Describo two famous naval
battles of any age. A. The ships
which were to contend with each
other approached aud an engage
ment ensued in which ono side
got the worst of it. The fight
then stopped. This describes all
naval battles and of any ago.
Q. What was tho Fronch
Devolution? Give dates, and toll
in a few words what causes pro
duced it. A. The Fronch devo
lution was au uprising among the
French people. I cannot "give
dates," because this revolution
only occurred once. It was caus
ed by tho desiro to kill thoBO
whoso faults wore different.
Q. How may tho racos of man
kind bo chiefly divided? A.
Losors and winners.
Q. Is there any distinction
ethnically between tho Ohinoso
and Japaneso? If so, what? A.
Yes. Tho Japaneso enn fight.
Q. What is (1) a vado uiecum,
(2) a concoulanco, (3) a digest?
A. If you swallow No. 2 you
will have No. 1 for want of No. .'I.
Q. What do you understand
by tho phniho "blank verso ?" A.
Q. What do you understand
by an "oration ?" A. A speech
ovor tho dead hotly of Caesar.
Q. Of what piM'soiiB are tho
following psoudouyuih: Mail;
Twain, George Eliot, Curror Bell,
Jean Paul ? A. Their real names
Q. Why aretheso psoudonyniB
used r A. lo create mystery
Q. What is tho difference be
tween a university and a college ?
A. It is merely ono of degieo.
Q. What is secondary educa
tion ? A. Taking things ou hoar
Bay. Q. What do you understand
by university extension ? A. Tho
Ynlo boat race iu England.
Q. What do you understand
by tlio word "fetich ?" A. A yel
low dog for luck.
Q. Toll what you know of tho
origin of penny postage, tho
electric tolograph, tho submarine
cablo, tho discovory of anaostho
tics. A. I know nothing, and J
claim full marks for this, as en
tirely complying with tho direc
tion. Q. Why is piracy now practi
cally oxlinct r A. Through
chango of namo. Excopt in tlio
book business it is now called
I "diplomacy," "trusteeship," etc. I
I ( - What, in a few words, aro
transcendentalism, opicuiianism '
and utilitarianism? A,. lho hrst ,
means thinking on thejooC wliilo ,
living lti tho basement; the second
I means living liihvonS7.50 a neck;
do so. .f
Q. Namo in chronological or
der tlin various peoples which havo i
iiiuabitoil hngland. A. .hiiglnim
has been inhabited by English
only. Various foreign people ar
rived, but immediately became
Q. What does tho presont Bri
tish empire inoludo? A. Every
thing it could grab, except tho
United States, Venezuela, Ireland
and soma of tho surrounding plan
ets. Baltimore Sun.
oner to Surruiitlcr 11 LrnKclinld on
1'uj incnt ol Ila VbIiic.
Sarah J. Emmes, Margaret Ann
Iloberlson and Eliza Emily Cas
suly by their attorney s, Thurston
& Stanley, havo mado answer for
themsolves to tho suit of James
A. Kiuc Minister of the hi-
torior, for condemnation of
,,, nl-liaf c, i n;HllnM ,!
others. Thoy say tho valuo of
their loafehold expiring in 1902
is S.'IOOO, and on paymont of that
amount to thorn thoy will surren
der to tho Minister of tho Interior
all their right, titlo unci claim to
Judge Carter has grautod nu
thority to Cecil Browu, trustee of
the -liavBelden 'estate, to invest
S-1000 iii O. II. & L. Co.'s bonds.
Thurston for plaiutiff; Hum
phreys for defendant.
Judge Carter is hearing argu
ment iu tho caso of Mrs. Kaha
lianui vs. Jus. Ashford this after
uoou. Judgo Perry is hoaring a peti
tion to determine tho heirs of Ka
haloikokai. Castlo for petitioner;
Magoon for respondents.
Mr. Itoblunon'H l'rnpoilllon.
A number of young men in
terested in football wore at the
Y. M. C. A. last night to listen to
a proposition from G. H. llobin
son of San Francisco. Briefly
stated, that geutlomau wants to
take a toam of twenty playors
from tho islands to tho Coast, to
play threo games in San Francis
co and ono in Los Augeles, dur
ing the ChristmaB holidays. Mr.
Bobinson thought the San Fran
cisco clubs would bo willing to
donate 00 per cont of tho gato
receiptee to tho Honolulu team.
Nothing definite was decided on
at tho meeting.
Curd of TliiinltM.
Mr. And Mrs. JameB Lylo, with
their family, desiro to return their
heartfelt thanks to tho mnuy
friends who proll'ored thorn sym
pathy for tho loss of their beloved
daughter Doborah, and who gave
so many beautiful floral tokons of
esteem for tho departed ono, 10
niemlioring especially tho ladies
who kindly assisted in tho funeial
A ' l'iitcrirlNi).
Tho very latest as regards sad
dlory is constantly on hand at
Ohas. Hamnior'a now establish
ment. 220X1111; strcot, also tho
very boi-t repairing dono.
phono G82. P. O. Box :)3.
In 'A caso that was tried in tho
Police Court' yestorday, laiuouta
blo ignoranco of tho marriage law
of tho couutry was displayed.
Ono of tho couples procurod mnar
riago licouBO from J. H. Boyd
while the license for tho othor
couples waB got from Mrs. Nakui
na. Both couples thought this was
all that was needed And wont to
housokooping forthwith without
the blessing of a clorgymau.
A NEWSPAPER CURIOSITY
now Tin: roil urn or jiti.i
was r.L,i.ii:i u:i i.v isna.
i:xtnut from nil Old Xmnl-r of "IIip
l'loyiioiiliiii," I'lrlivd Cp liy rni
'iitj Tlil ninrnlni;.
Tom Cany, the well - known
hackmau, picked up an oltl news
paper in tho street this morning
and ou opening it up found it
was a copy of Tho Polynesian,
bearing tho dato of July 5th, 1802.
Ho kindly presented it to the Bul
letin. Its dato naturally suggested an
account of tlio Fourth of July
celebration, which was found on
tho last page. After describing a
horso raco,won by JohuCumtniugB'
gray horBe Turk, and a hurdlo taco
ovor six hurdles, won by a red
horso named Jimmy nlso owned
by Mr. Cummings, the Account
goes on to say:
"There was a party given to,
and attended by, a great number
of American families aud their
juveniles, at tho resideuco of D.
C. Waterman, Esq., and another
nt that of- Hon. 0. O. HarriB, M. P.
for Uamakua, bth 'iu Nuuanu
valloy. Thero was a cheerful
gathering iu the evening at Mr.
H. A. P. Carter's, on Emma street,
whero a number of the best sing
ers in Honolulu gavo in sweetest
j tones Boino of those beautiful
Aniorican National airs, which in
I n measure havo becomo tho
I "housohold words" of freedom.
Thero wero rockots and fheworks
from tho head of Emma street,
coursing tho sky in beautiful and
aoriaWHghts. Thero was a grand
bon tiro on ono of tho Bpurs of
Punchbowl hill, illuminating tho
town, tho valley and tho mountains
with a solemn, mysterious light.
Thero wero salutes fired at morn
ing, noou aud night; tho Govern
ment having kindly placed an ar
tillery company at the disposal of
a Committeo of American citizens,
There wore well, thoro woreGon
eral Hilarity, General Eejoicing,
General Goodwill and Coutont
raont, and all tho other gouorals
which go to mako a day pleasant,
and to impress tho memory of tho
grand act in human hibtory, which j
that day especially commemorates,
upon tho mind of every partici
pant. Tho editorial columns of this
paper, published more than thirty
' . ' 1 r.iil ...Jl. ..-ii:
six yours ago,
aro filled with criti
cisms on tho Logislaturo thou in
sossion, and tho editor haudlos its
Bubjeot without gloves, as tho fol
lowing will show:
"Whilo tho nation is steadily
marching to extinction, and tho
empty hut and tho fallow land
toll their mournful tale to tho owl
and tho wild goat, tho Repiosont
atives, in Legislature assembled,
exhaust thoir energy nud display
thoir rhotoric by propitiating
horses whilo humanity is suffer
ing, by making judges dopondent
on parliamentary caprice, and
prostitutes indopondont of police
surveillanco. Ono would havo
thought that tho himitary condi
tion of tho pooplo would havo
needed no special committeo re
port, no ministerial suggestion, no
royal oppression of a wish, to havo
awakened tho most serious bolici
tudo of tho people's IliqirosontA
tives. Noarly two months havo
olap-ied since tho Legislature was
couvoned; many usoful and somo
foolish things havp occupied their
Attention, yet, with tho excoptiou
of tho law in favor of women bo
coming pregnant outsido wedlock,
we look in vain for a siuglo mea
sure proposed or a dollar offered
to enlargo the moans of preserv
ing tho Hawaiian raco."
Outsido ot tho account of the
Fourth of July,colobration thoro
is littlo local news, barring that
burglars had broken into tho 1st
ABBoeiato Justice's aud Regis
trar's oflicoB in tho courthouso, and
suggesting tho oinployinont of an
Continued on 5th Page.
D4V1D WILLIAM PUA DEAD
FXi'iiir.s svii:ni chojh
AM I'SKMIIVX CAUSE. '
Mt'iiilir ol Hon. i ol
t'otniiiltf i Hint Nrnv
Hon. J). W. Pun, a pio.iunout
Hawaiian resident, died ery sud
denly thin morniug. His son
Samuel was chatting with him in
cheerful vein at nine o'clock last
night, and the father went to bed
apparently in good health ,at 11
o'clock. Samuel slept nndor tho
parental roof, as he had been do
ing for two weeks past, and at n
fow minutes past one o'clock wii9
hastily Bilmmoned by his mother
to his father's bedsido. Ho reached
thoro only in time toseo his father
breathe for the last time.
David William Pua was born at
tho island of Niihau. II i was not
certain of tho dato of his birth,
but ho was more than GO years ok,
ago at death. Immediately after
his marriage at Niihau in 1807,
Mr. Pua camo to Honolulu anil
stayed hero. He engaged in busU
ness, boiug of a speculative turn,
and fairly prospered. Besides' his
largo homestead at Palama ho
leaves somo littlo othor proporty.
Air. Pua was a strong Mationaj
ist in po itics. Iu the election of.-188-1,
under tho Gibson regime,
ho unsuccessfully stood for a 6cat
in tho Legislature. Tho consti
tution of 1887 having changed the
Houso of Nobles from a lifo to an
elective tenure, Mr. Pua was elect
ed for the four-year term as n
Noble for Oahu ou tho National
lloform tiokot in 1890, and sat in
the Legislatures of that year and
1892. His sou Samuol K. was a
member of tho House of Itopro
sontativos tho latter year. Mr.
Pua was one of tho committeo ofi
native Hawaiiaus who presented
tho caso of tho monarchy to Unit
ed Statos Commissioner Blount
Tho lamontod gentleman was of
a stalwart phyBiqno and soomod
to have many years of lifo beforo
him. Yet his aged father, whom
ho filially maintained under his
roof, survives him besides his
wife, two sons, two daughters and
many grandchildren. William
K. Pua is tho socoud son and tho
daughters aro Mrs. Vivishaves
and Mrs. J. H. Nyo.
Tho funeral takes placo from,
the Catholic Cathedral at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. Ed. A. Williams'
is tho undertaker in charge.
roLic: rouur NArrr.iis.
Clilurin Vwrrmit !clii Tliree .lloittlifi
Ollirr Oncinlrra Sentenced.
In Judgo do la Vcrgno'a couil
this morning tho liquor charges
against Mina Orommar and Ludi-.
vicko wore put off until tho 2-lth,
and a nnmbor of Japaneso licen
ses cases to tho 10th.
Pipi, who drives a bus and was
arrosted for fast driving, pleaded
not guilty and liis case was sot
for trial on tho 11th.
Iu tho ad u ho ry case of F.
Meyers and Louisa Brown, men
tioned in yesterday's report, tho
Court decided that MoyerB was
guilty ami sentenced him to two
months on tho roof. The woman
was fined Slfi". J. L. Kaultikou,
attorney for Meyers, will take an
appeal to tho higher court.
Ah Fat was giveu thirty days
on a plea of guilty of having
opium iu possession, and Ah
Leong, au old offender, was soit
ovor for ninety days.
Thoro is coffee and thoro is cof
fee, but thoro is no coffee that
gives bettor Batisfactiouthau what
tho Palama Grocory is soiling.
But that wo aro caroful to keep tho
covor on it, its fragrancojcould ba
detected half-way rouud tlio isl
and, moro or less. Just give it a
trial, and you will uso no othor.
Pulama Grocory, opposite Railway
&:. tiAljJlkt 'OV-it c-JU .
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