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Tfflfi PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERT1SEK; ll(NOJLUr,Ut A1MML 11), 1895.
II Ml !. II II I II II III II III I ARAM. DEPUTY SHERIFF. i .J Coming in ti im It; AIrMlv Arrlrrd. rhc Doming woman hu evictenuy got rv Sho il. not ftppcar In forco at any one point. nil scarcely a wvk DMMI that sho does not make her lebiit In some snher; of useful ness that has hero tororo neon eon- Dldorcil man sphere alono. ,Mrs . F. Aram, dep ut y sheriff of Ala meda county. Cal., is one of the latest coining women to attract particular recently appointed the new Populist NEW LIGHT OLD STORY. 1 111 TWt MB8 attention, by Caleb i9 ARAM. She was B. White, sberlfl of the county, and has already done considerable valuable work. Mrs. Aram is not expected to apprehend and jail Eu gene Arams or dangerous lawbreakers like the ordinary male deputy slierm. iier work is caring for Insane women while they ore be ins transported from various parts of the county to the asvlum In Stockton. Mrs. Aram is the wife of an Oakland attorney and was one of the earnest and enthusiastic workers in the campaign the Topulists conducted last November. The law of California provides that female prisoners shall be accompanied to the asy lum by some member of their own sex, and when Sheriff White made his appoint ments be rewarded Mrs. Aram for her efforts in behalf of tho Populist county ticket. Heretofore the friends of the In sane or women relatives of the jail at taches have done the work at $3 a day. but Sheriff White concluded that a special officer for the work would pive much bet ter satisfaction and be far more trust worthy. Sho Is usually accompanied by a male deputy when violent patients are taken to tho asylum and will doubtlesss be rarely called upon to use force In restraining her charges. One of her first patients was Mrs. Hello Dudley, a youug woman of Alameda who believed that sho had been bewitched by a girl of her acquaintance. Mrs. Dudley seemed to have no desire to injure any one except tho girl whom she thought had bewitched her, and this girl, sho declared, she would shoot at the first opportunity that offered. DARTMOUTH'S NEW BUILDINGS. The I'ropoaecl lluttortlelil Mowom and Alumni Memorial Hall at BaiMfW Wah, who, wah! Wah, who. wah ! Da-da-da, Dartmouth! VVah. who, wah! T-i-g-o-r!" is the remark every loyal grad uato of Dartmouth will doubtless feel like uttering when ho learns that tho college is soon to have a number of flno build ings added to its campus. Considerable land has been secured near tho college, including the old "'Rood House" and other residences, and tho col lege grounds will be laid out in tho form of a quadrangle, around which will be built the proposed Butterfleld museum, Alumni Memorial hall and other build ings. Butterfleld museum is the gift of Dr. Ralph Butteriield of Kansas City, an alumnus of the class of 1S39. Several years ago, when Dr. Butterfleld appeared in Hanover, X. H., at tho college commence L I t cw a mama i if n i u j. at mm t r " I - - 1 ALUMNI MKMOKIAI. HALL, DARTMOUTH, meat, ho felt like a stranger at a familiar pcene. None of tho men he went to col lege with away back in 1S39 were in evi dence, and ho was lonely. A number of professors, however, took 1dm under their wing," conducted him around tho place and made him feel more at home. He died not long ago and left $150,000 to the college, with the request that it should be applied to tho erection of a building devoted to tho study of pa leontology, archaeology-, ethnology and kindred abjects. Ho provided that at least $80,000 should be expended on tho build ing. It will bo a handsome structuro, in the classic Ionic style, 55 feet wide and 145 feet long, and will contain a library and numerous laboratories, museums and reci tation rooms. It will occupy ono end of the proposed quadrangle and will be con nected with tho recitation rooms to the right and left by covered arcades. Alumni Memorial hall will occupy tho Rood House corner. Tho first floor will contain the offices of various members of tho faculty, and there will be a largo book vault and a fireproof basement room devoted to the proper pro tectlon of the college archives. There will also be a circular faculty or lecture room 40 feet in diameter. The Memorial hall will occupy tho entire second floor and will contain photographs of the men who have honored Dartmouth in different walks of life and various interesting college rel ics. Over the center of the ball will be a dome 45 feet in diameter and rising GO feet above the floor. The hall itself will be cruciform, and tho four ends of the cross will be 90 feet apart. Tho architec ture will bo Ionic, and tho materials to be used are cream brick and marble or marble and granite. The money for the erection of tho build ing has not all been secured, but it is ex pected that tho alumni will raise the neces sary amount before long. How to Build an Ice Palace. First of all, it is necessary to have ice I feet thick. Blocks are then cut out about 4 fee-; long. These are built up the fame as a house is bricked, except that snow and water take tho place of mortar. The blocks of ice are then frozen firmly together, and the structuro is, in fact, one solid block. Tho ice is shaped with adzes-, as stones are with chisels. When the whole is completed, numerous streams of water are played on it. The water freezes at once, thus giving it tho appearance of being carved out of one solid block. The ice can be fashioned into any shape re quired. Statues in ice of public charac ters, ice Boas, birds, etc., nro quite com mon at Canadian carnivals. Causes of Ocean Currents. Professor Heilprin says in Tho New Science Review that, however tempting other explanations may appear, scientists have graudally settled down to the convic tion, iuado inevitable by a practical demon stration, that the guiding power of the ocean currents is resident in the nonpe riodic winds or sv;ch as blow constantly from definite quarters. J3The Hawaiian Gazette Company matin factor rubber stamps. The :;t i F:i.'ti (.r tti Dakeof Sattttrlaadti DMMml .v- M.-irrUce. Sjh -: .1 t'nm sjHimltm CLEAB W.vm: RABBOB, Tin.. March ls- Not let! beautiful than the bay of Napl. s is Clear Water harbor, holding in its embraoe tlx blue waters of tin- gulf of Mexico, whose OOmlnflj ami goinji leave a level beach of pure white sand. Bass, trout, whiteflsh, black fish ami tar pon are such easy prey that angling in these waters becomes a pastime replete r.-itl pleasure and rich in results. Ono can walk a few rods from his front porch, oateh a lino bees, ami then from his bock porch pluck the lemon with which to dress it or sit under his own vino and fig tree and eat oranges, pineapples and bananas from his own groves. A few miles distant is Dunoden, in whose primitive little church the Duko of Sutherland's marriage with Mrs. Blair was celebrated some years ago and caused a nine days' talk in tho town. There ore always more or less excitement and romance connected with a wedding, particularly a country wedding, for there it breaks in upon the half dead and alive stagnation, stimulates conversation and gossip and gives a. sort of impetus to things in genoral. The Duke of Sutherland hail been a royal target for criticism ever since his arrival in the Land of Flowers. 1'n savory talcs had floated across the waters about him. It was publicly stated, not withstanding his royal connections, that ho was taking a prolonged holiday from his domestic virtues, ami it was known that in his solitude he had a friend "'to whom to whimper solitude is sweet." If one wished to hide himself or his be longings from the world, never was there t better spot in which to do it than Dune uon. It is a place which seems to have strayed away from civilization, with no manifest desire to return within Its fold. It consists of a church, a store, a few houses and an abundance of sand, which latter forms a carpet tor the store and manv of tho houses, arabeeaua deslcns balna formed upon it bv tobacco julco. It is the last place in the world that one would select as a d;ical tryst, but such it was. Dukes and duchesses are not to be measured by ordinary standards, however. The little church i f Muneden is one of the least pretentious of its kind. Its rector at that time was an Englishman, tho Rev. Mr. Noel. He was about to marry a niece of Canon Farrar, and Bishop Weed had arrived to perform the ceremony, which was to be that of the Church of England. 1 he church had been beautifully dressed with flowers by tho congregation. All of the architect ural shortcomings were hid den by festoons and garlands of trailing gray moss, orange blossoms and the beau tiful, creamy blossoms of the Spanish bay onet. 1 hose decorations were In honor of the rector's weddim. not the Duko of uthorland's. The duko had asked the rector to perform tho marriage ceremony for him; but, apart from conscientious scruples in tho clerical breast, he declined on the ground of his own marriage, say ing, however, that, he woidd "speak to the bishop about it, ami perhaps ho would marry them." Tho bishop was approached upon the subject, lie first looked grave and thoughtful, walked up and down tho room two or three times and then said: 'I will do it if lean legalize this affair. It is my duty to do it." Ho probably saw that it was a case in which Christianity could not be packed in any set or com mandments. People .had come from faf anil near to seo the minister married men, women and children in ox carts, women on horseback, with children up be hind them, and some with babies In their arms, men in their shirt sleeves and boys With their school satchels slung over their backs. It was as heterogeneous a mass as ever ono sees at a country circus. The minister's irriago was first celebrated; but, tho other event having becomo noised abroad, the congregation remained as un i D v i ted s pec tators. As tho ducal party, consisting of tho duke, Mrs. Blair, her daughter and gov erness, arrived, tho little, wheezy organ piped out tho "Wedding March, ' but it was difficult at times to tell whether ' Lo hengrin" or " Yankee Doodle"' was ahead. Tho choir then attempted a vocal demon stration. It sounded for all the world like a chorus of bumblebees, or 'dirt daubers, " OS the Kami tappers call them. Finally this comical prologue ceased its divortisemont, and the ducal party enter ed, preceded by a carroty haired girl, Miss Flair, the daughter of tho bride. The bride wore a very much soiled white silk gown, but atom incut was made for this bv tho profusion of diamonds displayed. These were supposed to be the Sutherland jewels and were really quite handsome. Tho scrvico was frequently interrupted by tho squalls of infants, who in some in stances were soundly slapped by their parent.-; and In others consoled with maternal nourishment. The ceremony over, the happy pair marched down the aislo to tlie same clas- sical music. The noso of tho brido had a little iiioro high bred tilt, and her head a more ducal pose than when sho entered the church, owing, presumably, to tho fact that she now had the name as well as the game. At the church door they entered a conveyance, which, for the want of on other name, I will call a nondescript. It was a cross bet ween a buggy and a box on wheels. The animals attached to tho non descript were quite as unique in their line. They were marsh lackeys of tho lowest or der, their manes and tails matted with cockle burs and their coats unfamiliar with a currycomb. The lordly manner In which the duko handled tho reins, how ever, left the impression that ho was ac customed to better horseflesh and looked upon tho present situation merely as a bit of lifo to be taken en passant. Perched up behind the ducal pair was a much moth eaten old hair trunk, tied to the back of the buggy by a rope. Specu lation waxed high as to the contents of this antique trunk. Some said it con tained family jewels and papers; others de clared that it was Florida game that ho was taking homo with him. Just as they were about starting the country photographer called after the in: "I Bay! Stop a jiffy. I want your pic ture! ' The duko good naturedly granted his request and then drove off amid tho shouts of tho country bumpkins, who yelled themselves hoarse lor the "'duke and his bride. " As i:n fait accompli the wedding was unique, but as a royal function it was a dis nppointment. Some one, doubtless in the pay of the duke or uuohess, wroto a glow- Vair to tho papers. in- Old pieces ,,f Furniture made highly decorative by an application el our ID' a I 1 rAUlr'l FITS CURED (From l S. Journal o MedMnt.) Prof.W.lI IV, U.'.w ,.o I:i -: . . laltjr of KpUei . DM without doubt IzwMdWMCnnra mowcuw uuu HNVliviiK: llivi. i.-ui : liU!tioeei!etoniliiiii:. ' have heard of OSMSOf SOve.nrV Htundtntrrun'd by him. 1!.- tnl!!-tit:i aluabtewnrk on tlitiMlUeawe whuii he -rn.ls with a laro bottle of hi absolute cure, free t. Hiiy sufferer who may find their r.o.ar.il Mjm-w !res. W e a.h lie anyone w i-tilnj: a tiro lo n.nir. i-rof. W. ii. iT.i.wr. r. p., i U Oar St., New Vtu. t;c.- r- LnrilPft i A 1111111 Asbestos Paper a a La. va a v vvau a hi aula No skill is require. 1 any shade wanted. !nd : can wet Wires hand. for pfcpaf Bower wrk now on Did made we 1:0 that of the pin-chased ar- you notice mention rival of the goods for us by Mks. Frkimann while on her recent trip East ? There was a reason for it, and a simple enough one too. if you will only stop to think You knew ami everybody else knew that we were irointr to briny: something into this market that was new and catchy. There was no need to advertise it, the judicious buy of Honolulu watch the arrival of our goods, they know7 that if there is anything nice to be had we get it, in fact hat we set the pace on New Goods, Stylish Goods, at prices that are just right. This week, in addition to the regular run, we are going to make a hole in our pile of COMFORTERS ! COMFORTERS ! ! Picture Framimr Is our sH'eialty tor stantly receiving mouldings. which new we are cou deeignn in 'We are now otlering something tirst-ehis in Colored Photon. BROS., H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO s'l'KEETH IMI'OKTKUN AMI UKA I.KH1 IN 3857lf 1IOTKL KTRKKT. NEW EDITION OF THE Tourists Guide Through Hawaii, o 2500 Copies. To Be Issued April 30th. A second edition of this very popular band book descriptive of Hawaiian Scenes and Scenery is now running through the press, and will bo published on or about April 15. It has been carefully revised, and portions of it rewritten, bringing it down to the present date, making it an indispensible hand book. Isesides a full description of each of the islands, it contains most val uable information for tourists relat ive to steamer travel, rates of passage, hotels, weather records, health resorts, the Government, exports and imports, a brief account of the revolution of 18915. interesting facts While the counters loaded up for inquiring tourists, notes on coffee, sugar, &c, &c , and all information sought by tourists regarding these islands. A full indet accompanies it. The book will be beautifully illus trated with maps and some twenty five full page pictures. Can be obtained from the News dealers in Honolulu. with COLORED COTTON DUCKS, COLORED COTTON DUCKS, and PIQUE, PIQUE, PIQUE, will also be an attractive feature. Groceries, Provisions and Feed. o New am! Fresh tiooda received ly every packet from California, Kantern HUtei, and European Markets. Standard grades of canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fiah. (toods delivered to any part of the city. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island trade (solicited. P. O BOX 145. TELEPHONE NO. ga. ir.g account of ti,t vesting it v.ith the glamour of a royal marriage, ims witness. The subsequent career of t!;o above is from an cye- lin ducal pair is vvll known, Lira death of the duke, tho burning of the papers by the duchegs and her imprisonment in consequence, etc. The quiet wedding in tho quaint little Duneden church was probably one of tho most restful events in the eventful lives of these two pooplo. Ellen Gilmore. The Advertiser and Gazette on sale at Hilo, J. A. Martin news agent. B. F. EHLERS & CO. SOMETE ! "The best Corset in the world for the money. J3F"Conie and LOOK AT THEM, TAKE THEM HOME, TRY THEM OK! And return them if they don't suit you. These Corsets are made in style to fit and suit every body and their purses. They are in forty-seven dif ferent styles and range in price from $1 to $5 per pair. Ask to see the Extra Long Waist Sonnette for $2.25. They can't be beaten. If you can't get Corsets long enough, remember you can get the "Sonnette" with six HOOKS. Should you want a Corset With REAL WHALE BONE, the "Sonnette." Anyway come in and them. Price 75 ct8.. ner cow. H. M. WHITNEY, Editor and Pnblisher. O. Box 159. Telephone 75. 3947 1G39 lm r,r--, get see Nsstla Milk Food for infants has, during '5 ye . is, grown in favor with both doctors and met berg throughout the world, and is now un questionably not only the best mbstitvte for mothers' milk, but the food which agrees with the largest percentage of infants. Jt gives Strength and stamina to resist the weakening effects of hot weather, and has saved the lives of thou.-.;nds of infants. To any mother sending I ner auaress, !iua mentioning this paper, we will send samples and description of Jcatic's Food. Thos. Teeming & Co., Solo Ag'ts, 89 Murray St., N. Y. I The Agency for NESTIiE'S MILK FOOD IS WITH THE Hollister Drag Company, Limited 523 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I. Note That the War Is over, and it is the duty of every citizen to support the existing form of govern ment. Although things may not move with the cordialty that would insure an everlasting pes ce, still they may be al lowed to subside into that indifference without animosity, that would allow either part7 to work out their best interests. All things considered it may be for the best, but time, the only arbitrator in such case?, must alone decide that. J. G. STEWART is a plumber, and will do your work in a shape and at figures that will eive satisfaction. 3349-tf 15 BETHEL STREET. CHALK TALK ! Chalk marks properly made on cloth to conform with your figure, are eure to give you a fit. I guarantee to fit jou in pants or suits or we don't want vour trade. J. J. EGAS. Sole Agent for Islands. 3819-tf Hawaiian 'Give me a trial and you will come aj:ain. C. AKIMA, 3955-y 46 Nunanu Street. J.is. W. Bergstrom, IIASO, PIPE AND RFED ORGAN Tuner and Repairer. 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Quick in action and permanent in effects, rim k. $1. Mrs. Harrison's Face Powder. Pnre adhesive and positively invisible. Three shades white, flesh, biunetfe. Will not clog the pores, stays on all day. Price 50 cents. Mrs. Harrison' Hair Vigor Btopi Falling Hair in one or two applications. Prevents Gray Hair and causes rich and luxuriant growth of iiair to grow on bald heads. Cases of years standing specially invited to a trial. Prick $1. Mrs. Harrison's Hair Kehtorer. Only four to ten days required to restore hair to its natural color . Is not a dye or bleach. No sediment or stickiness. Color is permanent when once your hair is restored to its natsral shade. Hair becomes glossy and clean. Price $1. Mks. Harrison's Frizz. For keeping the hair in curls a week at a time ; not sticky; don't leave a wnite deposit on the hair. Price 50 cents. MRS. NETTIE HARRISON, America's Beauty Doctor. 36 Geary Street, San Francltcn, Cal. 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