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) ii Ktjnttht 4 Ml i. h-,i. VOL. XXX., NO. 53G3. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN . ISLANDS, SATUKDAY. OCTOltEK. 14, TWKLVK PAGES PUICE FIVE .vo i.i hi ifn! i i f-1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. -ATKINSON & JUDD (A. L. C. Atkin- COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL. Love Bldg., eon and Albert F. Judd, Jr.) Office Fort St.; Piano, Voice Culture, Sing over Bishop & Co.'s bank, cor. Mer- ing and Harmony; especial attention cnant ana Kaahumanu sts. I JLCHI & JOHNSON (W. C. Achl and Enoch Johnson). Office No. 10 West! ftjng at.; Tel. 884. LORRIN ANDREWS. Office with Thurston & K Carter, Merchant St., ' next to postoffice. LYLE A. DICKEY. King and Bethel Sts Tel. 806; P. O. box 786. FREDERICK W. JOB. Suite 815, Mar quette Bid;;., Chicago, 111.; Hawaiian Consul General for States of Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Wiscon sin. CIIAS. F. na St. PETERSON. 15 Kaahuma- PHYSICIANS. C. L. GARVIN, M.D. Office 537 King St, near Punchbowl; hours, 9 to 12 a. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Tel. 448. DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND. Of fice 512 Beretania St., near Alapai; hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.; Tel. 915. DR. A. GORDON HODGINS. Office and residence, Gedge Cottage, corner Richards and Hotel Sts.; office hours 3 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Tel. 953. DR. WALTER HOFFMAN Beretania St, opposite . Hawaiian Hotel; office hours 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 8 to 10 a. m.; Tel. 510; P. O. box 501. DR. T. MITAMURA. Consulting rooms 427 Nuuanu St.; P. O. box 842; Tel. 132; residence 524 Nuuanu St; hours 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.; Sundays 2 to 6 p. m. DR. I. MORI. 136 Beretania St, be tween Emma and Fort; Tel. 277; P. O. box 843; office hours 9 to 12 a. m. ""and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 9 to 12 & .xn DR. A. N. SINCLAIR. 413 King St, next to the Opera House; office hours 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 12 m. to 2 p. m.; Tel. 741. "T. B. CLAPHAM Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Hotel Stables; calls, day or night, promptly ans wered; specialties obstetrics and lameness. DR. TOMTZO KATSUNUMA. Veteri nary Surgeon. Skin diseases of all kinds a specialty. Office room 11, Spreckels Bldg.; hours 9 to 4; Tel. 474; residence Tel. 1093. DENTISTS. 31. 12. GROSSMAN, D.D.S. Alakea St., throe doors above Ma?nnio Tpmnip I Honolulu; office hours 9 a. m. to Ear Throat and Nose Diseases and I Seminary, of New York city, and part sn m a " l Catarrh: Masonic Temple: hours 8 to I ly In Princeton. New Jersey. After DR. C. B; HtGH. Philadelphia Dental College 1892; Masonic Temple; Tel. 318. GEO. H. HUDDY, D.D.S. Fort St, op posite Catholic Mission; hours from 9 &. m. to 4 p. m. DR. A. C. WALL, DR. O. E. WALL. Office hours 8 a, m. to 4 p. m.; Love Bldg., Fort St. BROKERS. .A. J. CAMPBELL. Office Queen St., t opposite Union Feed Co. C. J. FALK. Member Honolulu Stock! Exchange; room 301 Judd Bldg. WILLIAM SAVTDGE. Real Estate In all Parts of the Islands bouhi- nr sold; No. 310 Fort St; Mclnerny Blk. CIIPI1ICCDO uiiuiiiuuiio. .JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C. E. I Consulting Hydraulic Engineer; J UUU DIXL, XlUUUiUlU. CONTRACTORS. M. T. PATY. Contractor and Build- er. Store and office fitting; brick, wood or stone building; shop Palace Walk; residence Wilder Ave., nearierno from Rio de Janeiro and Pernam- Kewalo. . J. A, BUTTERFIELD. Contractor and Builder. Store and office fittings, fihop and repair work; Bell Tower Bldg., Union St.; Tel. 702. OPTICIANS. E. LUCAS. Love Bldg., Fort St, upstairs; P. O. box 351. I carry a.full I the central province, and that the local I the ability to discuss and Impart know line of ALL KINDS OF GLASSES I hiefs must expend at least oae.third ledce upon so many and so widely dlf- irom tne jrirjirrLiZ3 1 xo lue umi. Free Examination of the Eyes. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MUSIC. nald to touch, mnspniar rnntmi nri musical analysis. piano TAUGHT IN SIV movtii; New quick method; special attention given to adult beginners. Terms $3 monthly. Address "Musician," Ad vertiser office. ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER. Vocal instruction; terms Dy tne lesson or month; commencing on and after the tania St., Honolulu. ARCHITECTS. HOWARD Suite 7, Tel. 9S9. & TRAIN, Architects. Model Block, Fort St.; O. G. TRAPHAGEN. 223 Merchant "St.. between Fort and Alakea: Tel. 734; Honolulu. DRAUGHTSMAN. T. D. BEASLEY. Plantation and To pographical Maps a Specialty; room 306, Judd Bldg.; Tel. 633. STENOGRAPHERS. MISS A. A. ALLEN. Office cor. King and Bethel Sts. (upstairs); Tel. 751. MISS E. M. BROWN Office over Bishop & Co.'s, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant Sts. MISCELLANEOUS. .) Pri- jference F. D. GREANY. A.B., (Harv. vate Tutor, with especial reference A. . ll -v m 1 iu preparation ior couege. uince cor. I King and Bethel Sts.; Tel. C2 and 806; P. O. box 759. MRS. B. F. McCALL. Latest designs in Tailor-Made Evening, Dinner Gowns, and Wedding Trousseau, 73 Beretania St. J. MORGAN. Opal Merchant, Jeweler and Lapidary; Opal Cutting a Spe cialty; No. 2 School St., near bridge. MISS PRESCOTT General Writer and Business Agent; Commissions Un- uercaKen ior uie oiner isianas; rinc up Queen Hotel; Tel. SOD. P. SILVA. Aent to take acknowledg-! ments to instruments, district of Ko- na, uaau; at w. Acnis onice, jvmg ot., near iNuuanu. tt- ri a I LESSONS GIVEN IN THE ART of Magic 'Illusions, etc., by the only Travelle. Address or call at Orphe - urn Theater. TOURISTS' GUIDE THROUGH HA WAII. Price 60c; beautifully Illus trated. For sale by all newsdealers. DR. A. C. POSEY. Specialist for Eye, 1 iz a. m., i to 4 ana 7 to p. m. HONOLULU SANITARIUM. 10S2 King St.; Tel. 639. Dr. Luella S. Cleveland, medical superintendent. nours a. m. w o p. m.; metnoas oi baths of every description; trained nurses in bath rooms as well as ln sick room; massage and manual strong representation of the need of rhnrir.trl,(Mi .. rrrrn. t,n.illc.ion ntlou: movements; electricity in every evangelical laborers to take the places ara-terizeii i,. recent pnMiicioa ax KjchanU bad year -of re form; classified dietary, etc; ample of the missionary fathers in Hawaii, la Columbia theatre, san h ranci-t. , u in ir facilities for thorough examination, then fast passing oft the stage, and in Mr. Clement U the only actor who ha r-nence in m livery ,J lMt Dr. C. L. Garvin, consulting physi- clan and surgeon. DEAD REBELS. MANILA, Oct. 3. .v message which left Bacoor at S o'clock this morning says: "Twenty-eight dead insurgents were found in the rebel trenches after yesterday's fight. The evidently retreated tow during the night. "General Grant, with part of the Fourth and Fourteenth Infantry regi ments and one hundred marines, will tT rt finH ,o " MINISTER BRYAN RETURNS. tv vnnu' rtnt ?rninn0i PhortoJ p B Minister to Urizil wM a BlTan' MiIstr to Braz. Passenger on the German steamer Llv- buco, -which arrived today. Colonel Bryan will go to Washington tomor row. LARGE SUM TO RELIEVE FAMINE. SIMLA, Oct.. 3. It is estimated that the Indian Government must spend 5,500,000 rupees torelieve famine in I . , . of that amount in addition. i The Eflfl Cams at Half Past! Nine Last Mmi WAS UIICOHSCIQUS' TO THE LAST Arrangements for the Funeral Kext sunjay Morning-Brier History of Deceased and His Work Dr. Chas. M. Hyde died las; evening at 9: GO at his residence from a coin- Mnauon oi aumems aggraateu ny mc I infirmities of increasing ace. Gathered about his bedside at the last were his wife, his son, Chas. K. Hyde, his niece Miss Cordelia Hyde. Miss E. B. Snow. Rev. W. M. Kincald and Mrs. Rose. Dr. Herbert, the family physician, was not present, a summons to be present not reaching him in time. The end came rather suddenly, although it was known that the reverend gentleman could not long survive. lie had been entirely unconscious for three day. and remained so to the end. Arrangements for the funeral an far as completed last night are that it shall be held at the Central Fnlori church at the It o'clock service on church at the ll oclock service on Sun..ay morn.nK. The Kawa.aha,, Kaumakaplll. Portuguese. Chlnesio and Japanes0 mxMQM wm all attend in ' . . .. . . " rorco ana tnc services win oe hiom DEATH OF DR. HYDE impressive. The Interment will be in lho truh,p ot.uZiflA ll.V i InMMu. J rtrn Z A " . U"J9 Nuuanu - aietery. Henry Williams tlcm of learning upon thoc lUft.U.!,J(l lhAl ln r:n,,llj'- n from te ojjoa m-a, utivt4 lr ihv blr will have charge of the funeral ar- At ome irlcnl or anotU-r ai-l bunrr had nt.lfl. an J la can. and Mr. MCUaban llbdrcw The deceased gentleman relurne only last week from a three month' visits to friends and relatives In the c,.,fo. .vhitimr 1... . in eastern Maus. wumicr ne wttu in search of renewed health. Among the scenes of his boyhood days he seemed I to rcRaIn somewhat of hIs vKr bul ...j "'""for the Hawaiian Sabbath acliooUl he again reached Hawaii it was to be carried from the steamer to a carriage. tIip Upvornd Ch.irlis Mt lZweti Hvde D.l) for twentv-two yeara m marked a figure in this Island commit- nity, was one of those favored persons I for whom heredity, education and lgrace had each done much. His fath- er, Joseph Hyde, was a highly educated man. and from earliest years the son was surrounded with an atmosphere of culture and refinement. He wan born in New York city In the year 1832. graduated at Williams College. Massa chusetts, and took his theological course partly in Union Theological graduating, his first pastorate was In Brimfleld, Mass., and his second ln the Centre Congregational Church of Hav erhill, Mass. At Brimfleld he met Miss Mary Knight, a daughter of Dr. Knight, who became the loving companion of the eventful life. in 1S77 there was sent to Boston March of that year Dr. Hyde was nn - pointed as a missionary of the Ameri can Board of Commissioners for for eign Missions, and arrived In Honolu lu in the same summer. A number of the ablest men ln the Mission had in succession been ap pointed to the work of training Ha waiians for the ministry. In the six ties Rev. W. P. Alexander took up this insurgent forces important work at the then flourishing i v.i. station of Wailuku. Maul. He was suc iwara oeieta ccedeil bv Rcv J lh VaT who carried on the work in Honolulu, and later passed It on to Rev. D. D. Baldwin and Rev. B. W. Parker. As successor to this line of theologl - cal teachers Dr. Hyde reorganized the! work, and placed the school upon a broader basis under, the name of The North Pacific Institute. From this In- stitutlon have gone forth from under the training of Dr. Hyde the whole clrcle of the "unSer mcn who l(ay fill the pastorates of the Hawaiian churches. As among the marked men who received their training from the late teacher mar be mentioned the Reverends E. S. Tlmoteo and J. M. Ezera of Oahu. S. I- Desha. C. M. Ka- makawiwoole and W. M. Kalalwaa of Hawaii. These men nre the best of witnesses to the faithful and painstak ing services of this most Indefatigable of teachers. Dr. Hyde was a man of wide range of thought and of knowledge. ery rarely is the man to be met who has I iereni ionics, i ne rociai ochhu- -tw of Honolulu was Initiated by him soon ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 'Mini - X$zi ite REV. DR. CIIAS. M. HYDE. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo i after hU arrival, and through all threi years no wa tnc lire and oui or it. j He wa a man of rare bulne talent, s prompt In action, clear In pcrctptloa and dennite In statement. Ills talent for bringing the dclufr of general meeting, cwnferrnce or as sociations to ilrfinlie point and rrult by carrfully frameil reMlntlnj. vrhlrh usually met acccpuncr. traji mwt re-' He wa the most conMant. faiihrul j : - -- tiluTXZllu ! while hralih permitted b mrrly fallcl I lo attend. An Inevitable irilitiin tn hl r.iri rt - - " " ti:".;: " namely: Kohala Seminary. MaXauao; Seminary. Kanrai.1.1.10 Seminary. Oa-;ir tnr mon:n. . ir ir. -arrr. ,lU ColIK and the KamrUameha (rhkf ncinr. h aii rnneratcv ith .hoMlt h, a,, vki. ,irrti,jrnl , -.nl-. ,, n,wimioni ln the afl,i n10 nuii arilo mimlr of ihf! board of trutrr. of the Kamchamcha Schoolit. have befn regularly prepared by th Doctor In quarterly form, undrr the title of the Hoahana. The Utl r.il- sionary work of hi life wa preparing for the pre.sji the leMins fir thi cur - rent month of (K-toler. Work for the Master watt hi ni'-at mim sremeil to have no place In mi thought. "A faithful, efficient. u cessful missionary." might 1 th In scription upon his tombstone. Who In thU world ran win a higher tribute? Time and strength were freely giv en to the upbuilding and development of these schools. at Tin: oii:ra iiousf. I Clay Clcuwnt.and Conip iny Aftc r noon;and livening. Clay Clement and hU excellent rom- Pany will present thU afternoon th- iMM.itiful romantic drama "Tho L,dy - " " . . ' I psychological play "ibe ludl.' with aait ho renerv and nr-iori- uhlrh iCJI5aV0( tho character of Matthta this country In recent year, following ; in the footstep; of Sir llnry Irvins . and receiving from pre. and public' Larc ,rc ,n MM"V. equal commendation for Imth pro-I ir-; Trlegraphlc advice cached Auck ttn nn.i nrttnt- land. N. X.. from Sydney jut prior to You n -1 1 n wn rd. Annotincemcnts of the marria2 of Ml Mary Ellen Yotmc. daughter f,nr. oris!nalrd i W. II Saltb'a largr Alexander Youne. to Profennor Joseph ; m.arraoa und cxXrSdd to tb oScra lwls Howard, formerly of Oahu Col-;of . Vm Q & c aa4 adJlcCfil l have Jtist bcn receUed here. Tbe; wedding took place at the family re.i - d , Oakland. Cal.. on the evening , . . . . . , of October 4. Alexander oung. fa - ther of the bride. Is one of th foremost j I capitalists of the lalands. Ikth thei bride and groom arc well and favor- . . . . Honolulu Th rouble a" f Known in iionomiu. in roj?f w apenu mnr noacjciwia in and may later make their residence here. A Day tit Honolulu. "A Day at Honolulti I th" title of a ! very Interesting write-up in th? Christ Church Pres. of April Z. The article, which is profueJy Illustrate.!, was written by Walter Burke, uho passed through here on the Moana yes terday and who wan formerly mall I clerk oa the steamer Mariposa. o o o o o o o o 9 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o TIIK AMKKICA-MARU. . CotirtSofhnqulry Suspend Cp- tain Cope forJTtirce Montlift. In I he Tokyo Marino Co-art of En quiry on TuUy afternoon J-xJrat j civm In the rao-alrr Into the clr - tf, n aftl .. nrt on UMfl lh" loa Kl"'ra Kaihalo cTn4an iltMr prxtty for pub- . ..... ; " ''l' lT'T. of nr-,rrl tUt w anrr to ih- Ykhan.a ll:!r Ofl.- an.l inihcTtiwi Kitrn K a to the l"lk rnirra!e to im. opcwii j l,:,,r'- 4 4 n at nc rate no - : appeal oca:nin in j isznrni. dtK m,. ,rrTl hU howeirr a-1 i at 11 a. m. thU mornlsK be Utl lb I P"rt for Jua hranf 1km la raanjc I ia-- j America Maru. Japan flan-'.Se. : 'i ' 31 K. RICHARDS RLTCRNS. AnJ Talk About the Honolulu Stuck Yard Co. T. It. Itichardt. vcc-prridetii of the Honolulu S:ock Yard Co.. Ud- re turned from the Maialaau on the Mariposa. Mr. Richard went to the coat in Ibe early par, of Augul lo ptirrhM lb outfit for Ihe company' livery aubleland lb proorrjmc bad net under j and returna aftrr baring tuperlntrad - shipping of a cargo of vrbk!- and fifty head of fine hor-. Tb ronin rI'caal K,nc anl mtU l,c" ml,,.tc I nl-cd abnt the tlm-the -.ork arrUr. in aboal one ftk. rben Iloao!a!-J mill b treatrl to new and up-tola:e turn- lnir,l,i1, n -" " ''"' 'and ban p-irc3a.I to pi-XM pau.ir. , tbe departnr of the Moan of a great fire racing in tbe utter city involving S th greater portion, of Bridge treet and causing Immnn" damage Th , rce warr,ouc. The damage U ad- , ,tlmitrd at raanr tent of thro- L,m of tUadj atrrllcc Mn,,l pouaua a.rucg. , Maori Volunteer. Tbe Maori of New Zealand, thro jji th.lr native rcprrscntaUvo in Par iia have offered themselves for fr vice In the TranavaaL A contlcctnt of : men bat bea recrnltrl from New Zealand and a regiment from Victoria. ; Australia, while other colonies arc ic cruUlnr for fertlc there. Towed Into Port. The New Zealand Shirking Com- pany'a stramer Walkato. 113 days oat from Londo:for New Zealand, was tocl Into Port illlxabetb. Sonth Africa. September 15. with main abaft broken and propeller loL milNLEY'S OKG MJicticu tf'BiiiUiia CCDDiEtl Mii coi:nH.:riATii;:i hay pass tttie Comm'nlon 0latd by Hawai ian Cov.rnmtnt Cannot Act forth Unit ad Otataa. In rrUtlon to U&4 MWt ctxrxM up la the rrwrvlJcc of the CoaaUuoa to A.4iks and Award tU&Aiea la Lfec tnatttr of the pro;ard 3mScx of IVrirtanU irtl, and tb rorm of the coraiaiion la ptwcrA nrrr &lu- In a cUlm of fmlcl A old. mUo an!rd the Gotrmffirct la pay her (2 p-r foot for 510 quar fn lakra o3 the fmnt of brr lot, Mr. 24cCUnlxAa, attorney for lb Auld estate, nrarm& orfUlljr for I be purpose of objnrlles in any and all prorflJcci of Ibc tal.lotu lie cUltstxS tnal ibe I mJiot3r t4 bo Jrt3Uliua to 1 .1.1. .1 .t .... .w . ur ior rroa wta "S"U T " properly io the Ootcttt ef lt i-6,!f ,U!r and ibat ib U.ard ti I ., .t t i .. .. . . : " Tbe carjila. tbr a prw-dJ to taV up ibe cialn: of lr. V. I- Miner and Jam'f I". Wrrn. CrJ IVown l:rttl ;Uy c -balf ef tbe ciifaafti -ad firuirtind r-!iik! ik loa lf b. fll3JJai1(,a la irrKdlx iitn tbe claim on Ibe tJxmtiJ that tb la ew of tbe prxKlaiaatSua of tb IJdnl of Ibe felted Sta!r- to Laaa or condemn prr;Tty brby ib UtJa of aJ4 p;oxeny la dlrrt'd not la fa tor of ib Hawaiian Govern ami, but In favor t.f tb felted State Corrra rarnt. and. furiber. ibat tbe rcnnmla ion bad no JurlMSUriioa to art for or on lbalf of ib t'nltnd Slate la a lextninlcg tbU mailer, and tbal tba Hairallan Government ba no rlbt of condemning ;rorty for tbc benrflt of lb t'nlted Stat-a GovrrnmecL Chairman IkxJre. bavl&c alao orrr ruld ibla objrtion, Mr. llromu tbra pror!ed 1tb the bear! eg oa brbalf of bU client, tinder proieL In Ibe claim of Mary Adam. J. XX. Io-M'tt, ac brr a cat. alMs objected to line JurUiklJoa of Ibe CYtmmtKtioa 1 v t ly ,.fw..,ww. ,.t ... ff . I imAy conOrJ by th i:xrro- tlve Council, and that Ibe art ion of tbo cotnmllon In crdng on Ub tbe bear- log U the re rait of a declOon trAtbH by the Government ibat the !mJ dnfa order 4(n not apply to tch ptocrrdi&gn aa tbe tre-nt- Cico. M. Ikxdc in TrinUaJ. It ia a'.ated in cjoe of otar evebanjrea tbat Mr. Gorce M. IlonV. bo vu the manacr of tbe Sprerkrlttill llantA t!nn on Ma.il for two ynxr prior lo Ha tranfrr to Hawaiian and Amerlraa rapltaJUtA, bx ron to Cuba to take rbarre of tbe property of tbe Trinidad Sur Company. Iartsg bi tay oa hr. iandf. be bad op;K,nualli of oiuTTlog tbe working c.f wa cf tbe mol jncfu3 jr:ori to le foand ia any country. anJ w;il dooVJeaK be aM lo latrodor- ome of tbri Inla tb? factory wbJcb be baa takea c aarxre of. master' Mostblr. Attempted Burglary. B3r;!ara brtAe ln:o tbn tailor .bop of C Cramer oa Fort nret ftometlnx I during Tbnrsdar nbxbt. Tbey entered - 1 tbrwuxb tbc wJaar faUnx lb actrort - 1 aa4 t cvlienily frigbtentd away. I The cJf.hlsg la tie bop wi tbrtrwa ato3t. and ome of it waa foal bang- I lnT partly oat of tbe window. I Jlic IUi UnaJc Tie Icinitrlal Com ml ll ec of tbc I Iloya' Itrirade prtpofr to erect a imall bocM? at ome c-oareleat plaoe in th nr future where Instruction can 1- gitca in woodwork. Jocpa I. Cooke. CJIve !!" anS J. I. Walters lil ai a financial commlttr In colleilcs fai4 far tbe Brigade.