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PuBLlSHITD EVlvcY SATURDAY
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WA1LIKI!, MALI, H. I.
MA.UI BLUE BOOK
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ms. C. B. ROBEnTSON, Bus, Mgr.
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resisted the leim-tid 'on to indulge ir.
the labor t rouble s on Maui during loo Ins.
f )..1-iiv it Will. (1
The Xr.uf; liii
joi! l'lial'iSlll Cu:H'.'!'l
t'.vi weeks, heci'-.le ;i 1 lets niii'iici ar in ae t n !'e '!. avail's
h.- e-isv t. write t'i i of-',? tif ii suii'ur 14 mt.it ion down hundred.?
thou.-awls of dol!-.us in v.il;i.. O." coarse there was bov.r.d to be
some friction - :'v in.ilt.u of ir.ljn sting tho labor oyiostion. but we
i.vii-i (lie II'i'; i", ;!'... p.t;ier.-; til ;u.i;?fa! Mavold sen sr. t ionnlisni ill
tli - nia'tor ef -. ;.!-e an 1 e i iy ivguhi;.' Il.i !:: ' roubles oa Miuu.
will ibi more
hi to lh;'
li'.-b e.ir y,
i.e. il l,"
i.siiiiii! iy in
a' t'v LwCi'v: HonouiUi p-'pevs
i-v j W n lie the i
-t 1 1 1 1 diiti
Ill :"(. Ji- i!il if. T'
will il viit 'rt'o o-.i '
liirlies In A::i"-'"i
elher ill V
less 11) id siLl;,-. f'.
li'-st tJil.i iili !:(:
'..-...i.r.i.s seem q-.i;
.m citbons. ye
of the e!
ie wiiliup to a.-:;i;ii!e the
1: tii -y lei not seem very tr.
:'.s i s!..llu be. i'.':e.i!.iiall
tier eif i ne t'l"c jrre.'l ;'V.d (.:!
s. :iii'l J.' ' t ir ihiii they will ci;:
is ( :i!
:iv o.r il
.io 1 i ir'. a
in of i!.e
1 ! .-
lie ait'-.tirs in ; n
:uis una jvnieii! I
iidjr.st mc-iit i'l
1 rietioi' in the re
did wisely iTi ; i
oiiimI Me :ii:d h i:
!nd l;i vjily in i
in inapror tosviird
e.iintiict. If etu:i:
v;ili.li:t. is both ;.,oeiid
spllif 1 v. ii yre;-.! i h..inr-.i!...
irr.u:ultv i.isf(.:-ic i'eivvei'.
i i Oi'd'-r !.o I'i-.ve iy '.vc-Uvlil in tl:e r.jima.ir-JK'V.t
i-iLvn is, tliat i;t ist forget thi-t t hoy are Riw:iii-
i- only t ii -.it- tliey mv
body pnlitlu will
icv.U'..-?. inn i
o o V
LODGE STARTLES THE
TV.e spi'. lit? of a ii.ssU!Kavoi:car.
win- on ilecoiiiit of llie Jloliree
dortrino iijjitin IooiihhI up when the
subject of the cost of armor plate
for war ship:-! was bcinj; discussed in
the Senate. It came in the shRjie of
n i-'artlin;,' ulteviiiice by bie.iatf'i'
I r.'.iii.re ef y-.issi-.cbiiselts (lC"p.).
) i : in it ii-1 e.iit jn'sitiew :, as chi.iii--ir,
of t'ne I'liilippirv . ( omniit tee
n lncnilicr of th" ForO'ij.'!'
I ! .'i ;'l ions coiiimit tee son'" to r'.ve
!".'. w i(;-hl to his woi-oN. It w:i-
Vi.ii'.ii.ii i ( .,.., nui'i'n'e u followir.ir se
l.i-.-.i-i-i m);v! aitcr 1 lie so,'cc!i ef hecrotiiv'-
of iViti-boot on the ''iinie subject.
The Ser.iitor si.id it was not e.i
a, .u;il ' our no.v i..s.-;e5-.ioiis tlril
Ik .lesireil more ship:; as soon ;.-I-
-.Iih'. lv;t that tin- (lander la;,
v : e it iibvays had lain, on out
ov ' coast cv in this hemisphere.
II '"cferred to the extensive a"("
uni-voteete.l seacoust, imkI t i . tin
pr. ject of construct in the .Xii-ara--u
-.' Canal. Ho tho'.-ht that thi
j.: -essiiiU ef a liirge n-avy w:is tl:
;:' -.itost assurance of peace for lid
e. ifry and we should he fooiish ii
ii . ! --.ed our eyes to ilie puf sililc
e:;iiinp!e. he said, we couli
aliov.- the Danish West indie
ei i;;to hands other than thosi
: . !i:e pacsent -possessors, exi cp'1
our o.vi, anct t..iil. a nation o
Europe which dared to take pcsse.s
si' i.i of those island.-, "woiihi be b;
ti'i'.t very act the enemy of t'
United States. It wn-ald i::eai
He Meat oi t.i say tl.r.t 1
v.-.. ; iiot coiivinci d l!:at s.u::
l' ' ". j-.ci'. n power who.-.e navy wr
ji'-v new liehijr hicrer.KoJ (evider.ll,
i i-in- to Germany) will not wai.
'. i test the Jlonroe Doctrine nu
: .1 "vve may find ourselves cnllc(
i;- n t;i protect lratil or some
Saii.th American state fnl
! .. a -.ion. I am not. col jnruig uj
made various confessions about the
iueldonts c-.inne!ted with the murder
of the QueOn, implicating An. uinon
others. An was fvrfhwith njijire
heiided and also put to the torture
torture so severe that he was at
one moment reported to have died
under it, the unconsciousness pro
duced by his sufiVrlrijj having borne
i close resemblance to death. Many
other arrested were made, and
vigorous seal eh 1
Expcnmci'ts with wireless tele-
Amon$ td!0to that have been, arc:
A. G. ifnwc's' .tr:, to be the gover
nor 'ai pyivao secretary; Edmund
P. Dole, to be attorney general;
Alatau'T. Atkinson, to be superin
tendent of public instruction; Ar
thur M. firown, to be high sheriff j
than nil the
graphy on the grounds of the tr. C. Austin, to be auditor; Ii, C.
Executive building Saturday after- MCyer. to be deputy auditor; John
noon were entirely successful anil t McCandless, to bo superintend-
utisfactory. In the numerous ni"s- mi ()f publh- works; Prof. W. D
been commenced saes sent ana received "'.ore Alexander, to bs surveyor; Jacob
for nevsons imnhi".t.'.l liv the conri-s- not a r.aw, and coinuiunicaiioii u ur,nvn. to be co.nmissioiier ol
,ions of An end Kwonir. Meanwhile, seemed to lie aoout as cpncK as puUie land-. -Star
ii... m :. : i -.. .. : i: i I iv wire te porn n hv. '
LUC i'illll.-5L'.'l ('1 II. i llil'lllll! lUl,,t (I I t" --I--' . ' . 1
.i... rr, :.,,,i, i... 15v direction of the manager. mnsomc. scimccs erU c.i.uuv.-u
Lllv J.lll,'.iL. I I 1 1 1 1 I lltr i A I I llllv I'lllllill) I , . ,. f m
f the law should be e.v.u ted in An's Colonel FUhor announced that the Y uirenee ,i. m ... , u . ... .
,.dtheot.l,er:.Hnistersoftlo, hy-tcin between the Islands would ,Ke .e iro.e.s u.,,, -1'--
: n.. i i i ...i . i. i Iim is Mi i is; ii( in throe Wii fS. J H l-v" YJ
ai.p.-Heu iV ,ea. nu, -- : .7 . t 1... Winl f l!nl.,.vf Tfukte:..!
. :i.. i: ....i i , i i ... Ho c tor irnnii will he sent to tliat ""
i:-iiiv i. 1 1 1 1 i . . 1 1 1 1. . lire uiiiii-iMinui n.i i - I . , n . ,....i.,l
' I..... .1 .,i.t ti. i.l tr I li.'.i.i. tv;iu n tnoelll I
i..i s Li'i. Mili ar, nnd . .mi. Iiiinai am '"J" '" ' ' " "
,ie urjiiiiif suniliif nieleinencv.
uinor alleges lliiit v.ime pledge
ibont the safctv of An had been
ivon to the J. .panes" P.opresenta-
'ive, a:id that, on lea ruin.;' of the
in e e n.ciil, nls. .Hp. J l a ViiMn mi-
ueiliati !v souifht an interview with
he i'litipe. or. 'Ike Korean ?linister
.or rorcar.i .;.nan-s. nnwevcr, un-
iertook vo m 'ke i- liresentations
oi ine ili'-one. and .Mr. Jiavasli,
elt the matter in his hand."
ltru.'.tin- to him a rejiresentation
.oiitaiiiuia- s:X counts. It is not
onsincivd pi-iibaiie, however, that
he iu'.i rvent.iii-.i of Japan will effect
iiiici. in tins l.islav.cu. Ine Jaiiar.
The n1 J h! or of the Queen ot Korea
vas su.-ii a e.iiiivius evwiv'. so orutui
i its nature ;.n 1 .-o merciless in
die manner of its execution, that
m ( ne c.ni svmi utilise witn most
.'onccrne 1 in it.
hoir in attendance, c. insisting; of
Miss Juliet King. Mrs. E. D. Tenney,
Miss Von Tfolt, Arthur AVall and
Judne Stav.h'V, with '.Yray Twylor
as accompanist. Frank Armstrong,
E. D. Tenney, J. Mclncrny, G. A.
Molokai will be the first islands
in touch with Honolulu. Star.
Henry E. Cooper, Secretary ol
the Territory, vas yesterday sworn
in as Territorial Treasurer. The
appointment was niude by Governor Davis. E. O. White, J. A. Oilman,
Dole yesterday morning. It is n J. Mort Oat and W. VviKid were the
regular appointment and not pro ,)au bearers. Interment was iii
tern. There is an understand'..'' be- VUuanu cemetcrv. Bulletin.
lAveen tne Governor and ncwly-
vppointed Treasurer that the lattei llitfli Sheriff Drown states that
A-ill resin-.i :is soon :is a selection the sheriffs and deoutles on the
-. -. i
3 maele of another' man for the other islands of the group will re
position. In the meanwhile, Mr. Imam just as they are but that
Jooper will act in the dual capacity necessarily, they will have to be
af Secretary and Treasurer. Theo. sworn 111 and new commissions vnl
b Lansing and George Ashley have to be issued to them. The
are each mentioned prominently district magistrates will swear in
as the successor of Treasurer Cooper, the circuit judges and tuen vice-
Republican, versa. After tins is over the sheriHs
,. .. . . will do their little part. Instructions
lucre is a complication in regard .,, , - , ,,,,.
1 0 I will ii.l f.',-th nnvt 11'W I l2llllel.ni
co stump dunes on iransiers 01
iloek shares. The Hawaiian law Sunday was the June weather
It tev 1
.ijasr-iiKTit ot cm.? I..:;
idnv; toiratlier on tbe u;
:i '.ni-.iiiS .setlleiiio.it of tbri b Vi.- s
: : ii i ? of coi.duct pui'.sneu by 1
Ld ? 3 ibort-i-.s w ith wiioiu h:? coun
."iiuld b;s so'.ii" 1
d tliO pi-Mter;; j
1.1 vi'1 d--
borers for :i iii.jauv.it.
ie mi ia:.li .-i.ii.ai
; in j'erjional
in tho ;Lieo of the
at both sides of ti.o
1 labor ernes I ion -will
will do much iuo're
or will pet bin. self
uid try to 40 )'. i.iirlr
oiiestion, and the a concedi? jvbat is .fair, th'
soon settle itself, ibit.uneli'.ly hursl; in tr.:'.ii;
liarin t lain. 001.!, just a s.j) resent.
r'-V Alt'?, ri ;li Cir.a.i is la tic; mid.it ;if a civil war fro m which sho
wi'd pi'.ib.i'oiy nai einerga until ho is divided amongst tli other
miLotis i)i'?ce;ne;-.l. yet there is but iitlL danger that the great and
enlightened nations of tho world will fall to lighting each other
over th f.j) i.'-i. Tbri is n 1 doubt bn'; th it CI rj i"; 13'?itaia. Ilusfn.i,
(lerininy a a-l t'n Uiii;:sl St-ilo hivo a ti'jit ir.i ler.d.ui ling with
each otli-i!'. an I it will b 1 e? isy t piib'y Japan. Tin lira 3 lor the
.-. inflict b y:va vi ii ig ail M ijog i i not yet uj':i u i.
i'- .. rhiai y d ingcrs," he
: that they exists
Senators Tillman of South Cavolr.-.r
;i 1 DiJiiel of Yi'-glaia. s-peal.ir.;
1. . the Democratic side, .favorc
In Idnig up our navy out, (usagreee
with Loosro aoout tne existence oi
danger from Gerinan aggre.-wion h
Brazil. In view of tie else-over
of soft no.-ed projectiles, S, 11a to
Daniel retorted to tU.? battbsln 1
a ; 1 'iron candle boxes." Ho 'Agree
whatever li:e suiter- prescribes stampage of HU cents a. rococo uixukci-. ine ve mperuiuiu
airs 1, omi'is i.iioa tnem. 11 1 I inn, ion tie I nil ml Nt.iit.es war leir u.c nveui.v-ieurs uvui-UKtu
j - .1 1 . . . ..e...
levio t'.i i.v.s hoi k in.' to t ank thill I I..-VV custn '? r-oni mlditu.tinl Th! eig uv decrees, tiie hottest on
.11 a country which has opened rela- iiiorniug the stock Exchange decided record tor Juno, ilie minimuin
Hens with loreiifii imtiuus. wae, to nuikn a test ease on tin matter, temperature was in ciesrrees anu
ulmits Christian missionaries tc ft will thus be settled whether the maximum 8(i.
iransfers of shares will cost 22 Vesterday the minimum was 7i
ir 2 cents. Is it elemblc taxation and tho maximum 8ti, but there
ir not to have to pay both the hvai a fa'u ta-ccze from the north-
A'deral and the Territorial stamii 11 Jrtl.cast, Star
lufies in one transaction?
Acting 1:1 the interests of .our
-ustoiners , a member cf the Ex-'
d.ange; said this afternoait, "we
eapilal. and wnl'.-u --.iievs tea
onvile(!:ro ot asseciireaar with civmy.ei
:oopi;.'s. the-.e harbarous melhoeh
if auiiiiiii.-tei-ie.g the law should stiil
prevail. Iiitei-i'oivno" in the domes-
.ic aaa.r.-' oi a ft a re is 10 t-? avoiuee:
is far as possible by fori'lgn Govern-
nci:ts. bat it can scarcely be deniee'
ven by the most rigid stickler foi have put tho matter in tho hands
international purism that when tin
judicial ollicials of a State aro em
powered to mangle the bodies of its-
iubjocts in order to force from then-
confessions which, being wholly un-
if an attorney. We believe that
vith the ending of the Republic the
Hawaiian stamp act becomes null
.ind void. ' Bulletin. .
II. S. Towiisend, Inspector-Gener
al, is of the opinion tint the otiiee
of "Inspector eif Public Instruction"
will not interfere with the present
ollice. but that the two will be
continued. The newly-appointed in
spector, he says, has not presented
his commission or authority, bat
"One ei;iy. oa; elollai '
I,, bore ,'.s on Mali'.. Somo
seeia-j to be th' hgaj.i of the J;
irge that the much respected
O C 'S h .-ocess known as the. llarvev Ariudi
l'ate had been foisted upim the
;j ivcrniiien i by subterfuge; tha
f..e liarvey patent was use!) 1.
f.-.uid. He elcelai e-d that there x. its
11 patent a'lout it and no see-lei
1! at is worth a dollar in any pl.n 1
i .al that all it. consisted eif win, 1
d: c per hardening of the armor I
;'.-.e well known process of harde. inj
steel by carboiii.r.tion.
Senator Spooner of v lseor.sii
'T'epiihlican) deplored ihe uttei aiice
.! Senator Lodge in regard to tin
IS OllOl M.wriu. Ilet,-iiie He thmi'dit then
.1 not been a time in fifty year.-
is not I.ejt as iv Siioi'ld b;?. J.i' is rarely v.'itteivd, and th;! roa-dvvny j .ehen there was less danger tha'
is practiaally (io. . great dust I'.e.rp. Even if oae should desire tol tiuit doctrine , would be. challengei
bay a lot and bid Id a boiiK on Vineyard street, the coo.diticm of tie
si vvn: weal I .yevive a. .-.tnuig deterrent. If possible semitbin;:
should be d me for the comfort of Iho residents of this street
di;nt ation.) y?vib:ibly e-oald pay that
amount aud make money , but there are ethers which ouhl not elo
so. Plenty of the right kind of labor can he secured for a less sum.
if tho plnnt.it lo:is would put comfortable, cotbiges 0.11 their pb.nla
1 ions, anel id low e icdi family, say. half an acre ed: lard and enough
water to irrigate it, thus enabling he laborers to raise their owu
vegetables, fruit and e-hiekens.
Vineyard . i root Ir.:'
O O 3
will probably do so in a day or two.
The heads of the various executive In the meantime, the department
lepartinents of the Territory met will proceed upon the present lines,
,vith Geivernor Dole on Monday in a and no changes will bo maele,
council similar to the old cabinet unless directly ordered. Republican.
rent custeimt "a'otings. There were present: II.
people, but juuiciai lv lr, Secretary ol the ierri
bc rid.t under am tjry; E- R 1)1)11 ' Attorney-General;
" -lrA-ry-,n r, ..11.
n 1:0 lor us war suns, an annoi co minions anu we can noi see wm '
te factory. In the com se of tin u country which made such great 01 Works; J. r . Brown, the prison, rs 111 Jlno Jail arc lying
J . I - - - - . r ,,,,.1 e ....,1 a rn a i.s I.. ..,..1.,. :..'.i. v t .1.;. 4:
ijte Senator Chandler of New .-.acriuces as Endand did for the - x.iuuiui,, aC "'c!". "
ni'ishire made tha seusalional purpose of abolisb.ing slavery, shoule. ipermtenelent of Eelucation.-Star. wonelermg whether they will be
mlTer incidents like tho describee. ., T, ... c....t 1 auowea to mo tneyeies ana taKO
that the United Stater; wi u!d light trustworthy Uiiuer the circumstan-
to defend the Monroe Doctrine. Ices, may destroy the innocent a
By the close vote of. 24 t.i 22 the I well as the guilty, the interests of
Senate rejected the amendment eif I humanity warrant intervention by
Senator Tillman to erect, without civilized Powers. Ditie
reference to the price which tin I suit eiilierc-i.t
government could secure armoi torture can not
Henry E. Cooper, Secretary of
ilmiv to occur in the Korean L.. -n '0,. f..i .... lKlvt m . the . Fourth of July
1 tuu 11 1 1 iiui j 1 ivin x' 1 luaj' iijjpoiii ten .
iruiiy vocneeK sucu muuman anuses, t0111 xho Governor has not
1 1 . , ... - - .
If .Tama out her foot down .... n 1 r,,,.. slM?'-l . "VV. "io. new , regime.
1 - 1 u vjueiiuir jjine, ireasurer iin T, . . , , . , ., . .,,
cheek such inhuman abuses, L'n Th(, R(1V ,w t lt 14 to 1,0 "Oi'V. that nothing will
be done to curtail I he few pleasures
now - enjoyed ,by theee.. gentlemen
vi, eue same lime 11 is ausoiuieiy
leccssary to have some one in the
finance ollice at once to sign
ii uiiy iu (iiui. sue., iiinunia.. uuues, toin Tho G()Ve,.lul. iias ,lot vet
ihe would win the applause of tin rCCcived a satisfactory answer from
civilized world. The Japan Wccklj themaahe wishes to take the ollice.
be "caught in t'.ie act.
;ontro;iiu Bo.ita ieoni Shore, j the department.
No other appointments
ol the prettiest streets yi Wuilaku for residences. Jiut the .st'r.
Now t'., it. W'aiiiijeu Ii is secured her water works, iho next ste
shoul I be t:i aitiirTllie full o aershio of theru.
... - , ... ., , .
so, 11 wui u.' .:.,)T.',y i n- a-;uifj to uec i.u
endi-r to do
! v any "rovernhient under the
Mc said that the relations wit.
Germany were especially ceAdia'.
l ir a-;uifj to uec i.uea
ipable of In'" yy.if'i-i. Oar represent ive fro:
"'siiOfifu- ipi.ith j lirst- n'ae:? 1 man caoibleof mittln.'
.. , . , .... ' ! .-. . -
t he levrislaVai
the proo v.- ino.i
..ad next !; sh
legislature to accomplish, thi-
elg-ed to do ;o
hT.ne very panuu. m .. .e:
j-arred in So'.-.!, i.al i
iissible that they ma.;
i..e W.it r ;
purities in w.it '
i.aiuno'i use, ii ..
1 -i.tt it is ii so! -s
oi i.ri?ri.tc. if n it
yo ir tii' :
1 :tr 0
' s . 3 O 9
U.-r i.-. supposed to
but 1' til - 1'sl ,.s.
'lOul-.l be ii:iniv.j.j :.i
ii ;'f..;:t that the hit ij ifaHis
eon.st-.iVl.ly Ic.n.t ck-.r.i. 'Fit he
- ' th.it if s iliiii- i.ighly cl-.i 1
a can-.r-.int son.
'abandon the u
'el at le 1st orr; s
Iro'.iijle.seine ennipdeatimis. 'nr read
a.-.-; are aware that An, formerly a
r. fugeo in .Jr. pun. lately retarnci
' ...I Sou! mid gave himself up, the re
-lib (J',-111 lllll'J I'I'.ll.lJ II 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 .-,111"
: - l'.i'iM.'i of exile was lia .sed on him.
. 1 1
. .1'fl ' cansider.'d eerie. hi that the
'j;!J;d!:anee Re present a tive intaresti 1":
lU'" I !u.se.f "actively in An's beludf. an.';
' tho'lutter owe:i his iumiiinlty
i I a m 'Sbtertv p;nii:di!!vai't chiefly t.
I ih.it ' iinWi'Veytien. Encouraged,
i Liubucsj, bv lite rcsi il of An s -nr-
render, Kwoug, who ,al ;o had bi'eu
l einccrned hi tiiet attuir of left
his place of refie. ioi.ipan mid re
paired to rjoni.,,., viiiaituiiiite.y lor
XikoLi Tesla, the electrical invent
ir, eh.ring tne Spanish war suggeslee
.hat by means of the Hertzian
.vaves made use oi by the Marco.i
telegraph a torpedo or other boat
ould be entirely coati-olled from a
.li.-itant iioint, without uny actuai
i'onni'cthig link. He maele a model
.oat which demonstrated the feasibi
ity of this, bat lit dropped the
mined when the war was over,
.laving other problems to work out
Xovv an Eiigiishmiin nauiad Varicas
iias aliio devised a system for tin
iame purpose, vi a receui ics:
11 i..iiiidon with a model boat in 1.
.wini'iiing tank ii was clearly showi
,.':mt the rudder couiil be nianipuia
.ed Willi pevfect reuuiuess by mean.-.
if the Hertzian vibrations. The-
itlle model hael a vertical
The French cruisar Protet nr
rived in port about 4 o'clock this
afternoon, having made the trip
from San Francisco in a little over
six days. She is bound for Tahiti,
aud will sail from hero in eight elays.
After a short stay at Tahiti she'
ivill continue on her way to other
islanels of the South Seas.
The Protet is 42UO tons, is a
cruiser of the second class, with 40(1
men in her ciew. She has four
!i-inch and 10 3-inch "uns. 1(1 li-
ijouadcrs and four Il-pounelers.
As the cruiser was entering the
channel she 11 red a salute of 21 guns.
wire Postmaster Oat has appointed
coiKiuctor to catch the radiations, two of his assistants 111 the Honolulu
ind it answered every order lroin I postollice. L. E. Kenake was ap
horc with perfect and prompt pointed cashier and W. I. Madeira
assistant postmaster on Saturday
and they will enter upon their new
oOedienee. lie inecumnsiii lor re
cciving ihe Hert.iiiu waves and
transmuting control to the rudder
la somc'ivnat ciiii oliL-ated. It is
plain unit a tuipedo boat which
aealel be lai'iicl e.i against an elieuiv'
to act inu se
m.-ralu Kepi.biican is trying to porsrade ( loverno? Dole
.'iii'.y ii' an nor aud a'.'f'i 1 nepotism, iiitel in tiuit comie'ciion,
lefers with a s-ircastic smih? u the "family compact." Quito right
in pri icipL-, but, uh-?iu! or, tint is to say, well, in short, if
.all tile rest of tho family compare in worth und integrity with those
duties at once. Advertiser.
From High Sheriff Brown it is
learned that all the sheriffs aud theii
and steered from a distant point I deputies on ihe other. Islands will
him no eup!o.pat:c-uitfa.'U--e- had be "1
exorcised in l is b half, '.h-.i, further,
a new chief of police, had. just come
into oliice who belieivd ii "'the' ' aati
quatcd methods of adiiiiuiAteiTng the
law. Kwong was seized avd put . to
.of tb em who hold office, let us Lope that the family is a large one. the torture, with the result that he
would be a destructive instrument
in warfare'. Pal inhaler.
It is reported fr.im S ail that the
Korean Government has not made
any response to the rem instranco
uddre.-..-.ed to it by the Japanese
Representative on the subject -of
An's being; put to the orture. V
The Jupau Weekly Mud.
be retained in office. All of the old
officers will.havo to be again sworn
in, and nev .. commissions will be
issued to their.. ' Tho district magis
trates will he sworn in by the
circuit judges, und then the judges
will be in thc.ir. turn inducted into
Governor Dolo has formally an
liouneed soma appoint monts. .of
them have not yet been made
Jomi Lycurgus. of Sparta, Greece,
is visiting his nephews in HUo. Mr.
Lycurgus, conducted a restaurant
basinc.'-s in. Hib. for many years,
returning to his native laud broken
down hi health about three years
agei., lie is now fully .recovered
and is deriving great pleasure in
visiting, old scenes and renewing
old acquaintances. Tribune.
According to George. Beckley,
the number of people cdming up
for the Fourth from the .Capital
will be so great that the few
natives Hiloite won't be . able to
find themselves in the crush.
The two inter-island steamship
companies publish in this issue a
notice to shippers relative to the
required stumping of shipping re
ceipts under the United States
Revenue laws. Tribune.
During a few days of .botanical
research in the Oiaa forests last
week, Professor Hen.-diaw di-covertd
a new growth of Sandal -wceid trees
averaging. ten feet in height. This
is of great interest to. the people
of these Islands as it proves that
this vuiin able tree has not been
wholly e terminated, and may, ..with
care, be again extensively cultivated.
It is expected that fro;o Honolulu,
Maui, and ; various portions eif this
island there will be about.,, forty
horses ( in town for entry ; p.t tho
Fourth of July races. Tribune.
Many., flags were Hying around
townJ,in lionor of Admission Day
on the 14th. Tribuue. .