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iKTHian I HtfRf,,Bn h m f'tMllWllle, llt
BBItfln er mutton to nprt (tt own
flfWMi Mmf flWlftM III the I tfnwhwil' l-ialinoa rill tall! Itn ftitt.
lentil that the l'tntlnrv of
tmgTOlW MnriWIt. MOW" 8f the or- 1 Mmiltnhn. i-oiiimUIiii n Vcrv suml! nor.
,KnntSUfcMfl tk- liM'liil (h-(1m III the lion of till' Dominion, lihine uxpotlcd
fBMTj pfwrti1i liy tin- (Inmiiiuanl. It!l'i'r twfiity utilllun liili..n nf wheat
t. ;Jri .1 . . 1 , .1 1 lost leaf (if a Kind that raiiiiot 110 stir-
t ifpw1 l.y wtrtnl to make tl.o I 'Tlip fate l i,iti Riate. Oiusul
qlintlBfk K mifUI writer. In tin- nmtUr Taylor nt WIihiIwr ren-ntedl) - iIhiiumi
lit flMHIMtloii fiifliltiir theielii n. Minted liy cx riminis, thiil the further
tUnlt. At piewnt II coniKiny ;"'" cnn 'l' Kmwn successfully
1 . ri.i 1 .1 ,, the licttcr the qtiulln. and hi euiilcn-
WiMly ll't" innipntiy. Iiy the ,, , out ,iy , fnct ,lmt
wny-i unique. Iti the Bditiw it wi)iiM . Manitoba wlnnl was iiNviinliil the IiIkIi
lioMTlwl n fieHk. It l iiiotwlily lint , ivt Iiuikhs lit tln WiitM'n 1'iitr. C011-
tillj i''lHi) ooniimiiv nit lie ormii 1111 ,uii.tly I atm.U c.uil.1 i-Mly fiirnl. . wwk nll(l lhp . nrt ril,,lt M1(1 ,,ro.
i'mtUiUA 1111(1 Will fur liliotlior. Tim itv nntl nt q Imvi i iit-ii'e tlinii fit DntM-nl
. 1 ,,. t t I m i ... WHI llUlllltl HIM I I III HlllHllMllin IB III
i'f.jwl liilllliiry iiniMiny I. Mtn.l a ii..,mtml from lli t iiltfd HUtek. ()1)l .r,ral.lf fomlllU. No. 2
fflliUon fur Imit llil. of couiw. is lo wool. CoimdB tolay iroducii , l,u,,K , leaky nn.l tlie Uovirninnit
4fii ourntlvt. H toinimiiy I; . more of tliln Maplo tliati U rronlrml for ,lowl nnt ()tt. if,P groun.lii utmn wlilcli
tlm ovo oxct'itiin 111 all tliu ariiiliw or lioitie -ciiininiition nml to n larjjo ux- ( in IocbUhI
tl.oiurtli. H In of rwonl tliat on n vvr- ti-nt. Tlila la jiiowil liy tlm outcry of Tli. ,.i! fxtracti. from tl.o journals of
tain caln ocunalnn some ontliunluHt tst-nt the wool atowvn aloni th (Juiiaillaii 1 1,, lll( eommUfioiK-iH tHI of kukkwIi"!
tlio Ik.jb 11 kHK of tin- uii.lT IwviTaRe. Injuiulary nealtiat lultfiiK Umt ;, " il clo im,,ri,VFi.i..ntB and cIiuiiK.-h:
OiH'Of tlio oHk-ers, who hud liwn in tlm , on tlic fieo list Liy tlio WlUon Bill. Iheyl .'.m, n.oilmi Hi rii-iiViiiiimidatlmi of
purVlCBlnCalirornln, tiltod ami nnclioiu conli-nd thut llicy cannot comix'te , .1.., ci.f ,,tll,inp,,r i,Ht an incinc and
company lm atatloiifd ai MaklKl is
Thv tfttt irf 1. A. Illiltt. e)M mi-
Ht tlm fit iktxirtlnctit, ffi IIh
IhtIihI from 8it(nnl-r 1, It'll, to
.Mnn h 1, 1MH, Ims Wii filial. It I an
IntrriwtliiK nomtmtlliR. The I'flltilrnt
olili'f hItmi rtry ditall of nxratliiH,
inulndliiR nil Inventory, list of inetnlitfs.
Urn data nml teooinmendalhins. )ur
the Mx tnoiitlis llififi Mas hut five lire
nlnrnis. The total Iom whs whieli
was oovi'iod liy $t IK) Inturaiioe. Drills
have Itecn had three or four tlnira a
1W nttpjHMl m Pimi h.lit
nmnnMH Htm lat
AIIpK"1 MtM IHllisfMlrHl nhi A
hCirt Utthm IVM ThetHH
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1 AImhiI nlxi tueinlter lurml wil.Bt I riM- m,
(ftU'liiilni ineetiiiK of Die Imirlh Ur leMiilim fur
.inn lino nisi eennE mis i ,
t 1.,1 1 it 1 .1 nn.t....
' jinnexBiioii nan huh rrwiuHivwimpi
was In the chair, (luring a rww ti
.(ixecutue iMimuiittce orniinlM"! ,IV
, eletllnL' J. J. Hulllvnn nhnirinaii and
horse are.C I. Itrnlue nwrvtary In the Hue a
tlm keu on n Ih.x. loosened the hum:
with 11 K'ln block and sent the spigot
liunie. He culloil all hands to come up
In detail. Five Klawiee eie drawn from
the keK mid thnt oilker drank four of
them himself. Ihebojs will atnnd llvn
all riKlit and will nmich t drill till
fuitlur orders, but they don't want any
beer. Kxery mother a aon of them,
howuwr, has the ice cream Imbit.
They can clean out n rufrehment shoji
in double quick.
Hut the II Company parlor in the drill
hed is what wnlita to he told about. It
has quite u pictenlious gallery. V. I). I
AruutroiiK'H paiutiiiK of the iioston otr
Ulamoud Head is lollowed by photo
Kraphs of Minister Stevens and Captain
Wlltwj and plates of HIieriilan'H ride and
nnother war (.ceiie. One window has
Cocoanut Island and two views of
Diamond Head. Another window dis
lilayathe Kamehamtha statue, Jl Com
pany's coal of arms, n grabs hut and
the fallsot Waialua, The third window
lias several pretty marina conceptions,
including 11 realistic whaling scene. On
cither bide, of tlio central window r.re
large photographs of J'reeiilent Dole
urid Commander Sopor. Other wall
iidorniiKiits me theie pictures: The
Provisional Government cabinet, field,
ttair and lino olllcers of the army,
draped with the stars anil stripes, Un
original II Company of I ho Honolulu
Hillcs, the famous trotting liofses Kunol
and Maud H, views of tlio .battles of
Nushville anil Five F'orks.
Uoom furniture includes two tables
with cards, diets and checkeis, plenty
of chairs, electric lights, water cooler
and the. cold chest. Thomas I'. Wall is
captain of II; L. T. Keuuke, Hist lieuten
ant; nml K. 0. While, becond lieuten
ant. This Company has been a live
organization from im inception. It was
active in the revolutions of 1887 and
18S'J, and lias been reudy for business
during the past pilikiu. Captain Unger
.was in command in 1W,
Tiio Government is to be congrat
ulated on the capability and willingness
of nil Its citizen soldiery. Kvery com-
Iiany In the servico is well oillcered and
:ept to u high btandard,
i;bli and I'luu IIhm lleen Irlt'culur fur h
l'rof. C, J. Lyons notes a puzzling
irregularity in tho ebb and flow iu the
bay during the pant twenty-four hours,
The automatic register usually shows a
steady curved line, This tlino the record
shows a lino that ri-csand falls lit about
half-hour intervals. The Htrnngo move
ment may be due to the wind. That
theory though bcarcely Btnnds when it
is noted that the breeze has been about
tho fsaino for twenty-six hours. The
only other reason that can bu ascertained
is a volcanic eruption or 1111 eurthquake
disturbance. The inter-isluud btenmers
may bring news of some great physical
happening in tho group.
ui- Tin: niii.su.
with the Canadian. The demand for
woolen goods from these lblands.whioh.
I think, miiil bo ery limited, could
therefore be supplied without dilllculty
No cotton gcods! Our mills nt pres
ent are only running about two-thirds
adopted nml endorsed by the hoard,
and the clerk is directed to notify the
Minister of the Interior of the name.
Also, that it is the sense of the lioard
that the bell lower is the niot suitable
location for Hie erection of n new
time. This W found to be ample to centra enKMt. h0UM.( vic., mid that the
. liuim' Lreture lit tlm V.
C. A. Hull.
Hiirremi of Irs,
Tho thanks of the art loving as well
as the untravellcd part of tho commun
ity are due Mrs. Jl. L. Uuna for her do
llghtful entertaiiiment at Y. Jl. 0. A.
Hall latt night. Her lecture on the
Ithinc vas full of dcscrititive beauty.
and its btcreopticon pictures fascinated
tlio eye. inese last covereii me euuro
route of'touribt truvel along Germany's
castled und btoried river, unit were nc
curato epecimens of tho photographic
art, Borne 01 iiieui iincen Willi nature s
own colors. Mrs. Guns' next lecture
will probably have Purls for its theme.
AtliU'tU't To-iiioirow MiKlit.
A quito attractive program hus been
provided by George Wuslilngton for the
.athletic and variety entertainment to
be given at the Beretaniu street armory
to-morrow night. Besides sparring
there will be club swinging, dancing
and instrumental and vocal music.
NbIIio Trip Abroad,
At Kuwalahiip church to morrow
night l.uther Wilcox will give Mrs.
Gans' Btereopticon lecture, "Up the
Kliino," in Hawaiian. All tho pictures
.shown nt Y. M. C. A. Hull hut night
-will be luproduced, and Mr. Wilcox will
carefully doscribo each view.
J.erlurn Thin Ktmlnir.
Dr. Twomhly will deliver the third of
his couieo of our lectures nfthe Y. Jf,
C. A. hall to-night at 7:110 o'clock. Tho
subject to-night Is "The .Lost Paradise'
a Miltonin Btudy of life.
Mrs. Domini beems to have become
divorced from her alleged fears of us
gassinalion. She takes an airing 011 tlio
Washington place front lanal nearly
Tlio Amerlcuii League begs Irave to
nunounce that it has established an
Emnlovmcnt Bureau in connection with
the American League. We will be
nlensed to furnish you with skilled or
unskilled labor without any fee for en
uaglug such labor. The labor enrolled
witli us is nfthe following nationalities,
American, Portuguese, Hawaiian, Ger
man and other Kuropeun nationalities.
Begging leave to open 11 correspond
enco with you on the subject, we re-
main. Your obedient Hervantx,
Tim Am Elite an Lu.uiuii Bciieau,
Address all communications to
TllEO. 1'. fiUVElUN.
P. O. Box 4IJ8. Secretary
meet all home reiiuireuients iih well as
tliedeinandsof our expoit trade. Surely,
in that can, if the factories were run
to their full capacity, there would be
no trouble in lllling all orders from this
ICe mutton, We would be out of the
race in this matter, but as I understand
the supply is principally from Australia,
our inability to furnish mutton should
not a tTec t tho question.
As regards other manufactured goods,
Canada is in a position, without doubt,
lo supply all that theeo Islands require,
with verv few trivial exceptions, and of
as high u grade and at as low a price as
the United States cun. If not. why are
tho manufacturers of tlio laiter country
so anxious, by n protective UirilT, to
keep the Canadian out of their market.
CIIAIIGK1) WITH SEDITION.
1IDMIINI) Mlllltli: Jill ST ANsi;it
rim his utti;uanct:m.
What ll'H Kul-l In Ilia I'Mlirr-An At-
Hiiillt un Hit- (lotermiif lit A Hear
Ill tlio Sloriiluir.
At lust the test of the sedition law Is
to be made. The persistent und unln
terrupted manner iu which the Holomua
has been off ending has finally drawn the
flia of the authorities. A Buit has been
instituted against Edmund Norrle. He
has been cited to appear in District
Court to morrow morning. Following
is the complaint
"William O. Smith, being-first duly
sworn, says that Edmund Norrie of
Honolulu, Oahu, is guilty of having
committed u seditious olfeiise. by lul
lishlng in u newspaper called Hawaii
IMmmia, published in Bald Honolulu,
011 tne -1M nay 01 juarcn, ibui, 1110 101
lowimr seditious words, lo-wit:
" 'From Hawaii to Nilliuu every loyal
citizen will stay at homo and refuse 10
recognize u government (uituning me
1 T.i in.... ..r .1... 11.
1 lovisioiiui wuteriimeiik ui iiiu uanu
lian Islands) renreseiiting nobody, re
spected by nobody and despised by all,'
Willi inienuon 10 nrnig 1110 sain 1. rons
ional Government into hatred und con
Tlio olllcers say that the case will bu
pushed to a conclusion, The purpose is
lo learn It un inuiviuuai win do unoweu
to advocate revolution und uonstuntly
endeavor to discredit the liovernineut,
It is believed that Norrio can bu con
victed under the law unless a technical'
Ity saves him
detail wu'ik Mi-M-rs. Hawkins, nlutk
and Adler were chosen to cnrim all
eligible in the ward and later in ncu
that every club nmmlwr h rastri-fl.
There lielug a call for funds, n nest i-kk
wag piomjilly etabllslied.
A .IAI- OMMIhHIII.S.
Will Villi Tuklii anil Mill Ti ll AH Al.oul
A commission to bieak for the Jap
anese on these Islands will leave for
Tokio on the next steamer. There tt ill
be four men In tho delegation. One
helected is an Attache of the legation,
another is a commission man on i'ort
street und the others are el
to Iw chosen. The mistion of this quar
tette will be to enlighten the .lapanw
V0U iHIJiy JIBO
HAY & GlirAIN I
recouimeiidHtions ooulaiiied in the re-
Kirt of the chief engineer should be
ttin it. ,.f 11.;. li.....l
Is directed to ask tho MlnUternf tho i f'r'" oHice. lliuy at" oxK-cIed t.
Interior, on behalf of this Board, for an
appropriation for the exeiiw's, etc., of
the l-'re Department for the next two
years, us follows:
Hiiunlng Kxpenscs , f20,000
Pay Roll i:uijiIoveus UO.tKH)
Makiki Kugiue House 10,000
'On motion, the clerk was also direct-
I lo address a communication to the
xecutive und Advisory Councils, at the
me the annronriation bills are under
consideration, asking for the appoint
ment 01 a bpecial committee or Hie
Councils to meet with the lioard and
personally examine Into the etllcieiicy,
aius anil necessities ol I lie depart
ment, and the present condition of the
buildings, apparatus, etc.''
In closing his bcini-annual reoort.
Chief Hunt suggests that authority
houldbeifiven him to see that no one
stores oil over the statutory quantity
and that the removal of inflammable
material may be enforced, Sieaklng of
tlio proposed JUaklki station, which
would be at the old baseball grounds.
the chief bays: "That sec! Ion is becom
ing more thickly populated and they
require an engine stationed there at this
time more than ever lielore, 1 have
placed tlio chemical engine in commis
sion for the better protection of proerty
in this city, leaving mo two spare
engines to place."
ni;wh IN A NUTlli:i.I
Supremo Court Is in recess till Mori
day ut ju u. in.
Ilonokan has u new poitmaster iu the
person of V. S. Clinton.
Americans may join the American
Relief Fund ut any time.
Tho Foresters ure arranging for it big
entertaiiiment on April Via,
Good Friday Is being observed by tho
Catholic and episcopal churches.
Two Chinamen and two natives were
jailed to-day for failing to.pay taxes,
Ah Man confessed that he had miiuii
iu Ids posession when arrested and was
About 100 men from the Champion
marched to cimrcn ut ii-u una morn
Tho old leclslstivu hall In tlio Judici
nry building is to be used by tho Regis
Tho Cutiitol swarmed with men from
the Jup war ships during the Council
In returning from church tho Cham
Ion men marched to tho tunc of
supply Information of the nature tha'
men acquire in everyday life
u )ii their lepresentations will ileieml
largely the attitude of Japan lo Hawaii
It is lemurked in all berjousnees by bone
of the Jujuucse that they xiect lo get
the ballot here, and that with it will
soon ieaceuhly captuie the country if
11m Imperial Majetv giiea the word,
Thieves forced nn entrance into the
Japanese refreshment stand at the oor
..t K- I, . ....... . .. .
TlH-otttf wliaUw lafl tn wrt are th
HuruUonHsl AVirohsmi llntLva .
The nUniibw KmU fentujitl hwd f
lliuku sMiiar li tW DmrHltm- She
K'" Isek JIihmU) .
The WrkuMUtw H. i. WIMer is n' i
Kiuau awaitfoii tke vtswiiutr Hawaii j
itJi Migar frwHi IIuhuw-.
Hum f the boat Uy litre hijiHl
on the wluiltsrs lut Uwixxo hi gettllig
quite laak. Swine Jh are riluiiillg '
0K-Hp bouts Imw hhA oolii-lltioli Is,
getting o tmi that whaling is llHile
The old wale) front shellbacks would
like to know where the "slarljoard y aril"
of the Morning (Star it wliinh ihe nc
ooiint In this inoriiiiig's .i-r oulls for.
It mu the fine tup Kllit mat thnt was
Tho ship Villnlta left at noon to-day
with Hill tun of Migar on hoard,
shipped by the oinbtuutioii plaliteis,
ami valued at f i0.4i. The i-el was
loaded below the I'liiiiooll mark al-iut
six inches. This may elfec-t the insur
ance. The American iinswoiiary steamer
Morning hUr, Captain Garland, a lain t
fifty days Iroin the (i liber Islands,
anchoif l at her old Iterthotf the Ilsh
market yesterday, uffer it nine inonlli.'
cruise among. t me uurouue. jiaisiian
(illliert Island.', hhc
Our. Queen imI Nuushh .)
1 )-a a lf Duilvor.vi
Itlaml trdr prmnjly iitUHHlil to.
is prid 1.. do all klml. of
iirttMk- Buuk. J4i and ."...
)r prrMrMi; M fnh- privHt,
ri.,t. Mm t'ilMi
thmt mm mm k 0m. itt
iw Bwr-ltwd ao-l penatal U-iail tk
J. W. JUMiK,
MUry TwaMWr.v L'Ual OsjMI-ftnb-.1t
in nmrtum mr
CisaiWlWw-, m mr l
nn u-4. uniln-r ol
. I (Mammoth
IWokd. PampJiletj, Ivgal Paiiers.
I Hand Bills, Dodger, letter nml
' Bill Heads, IIiisIiiim' and Visiting
1 Cards, Tiekets, Programs, etc , ,
ner of Nuuunu und Berelania stleels nn.l fiillurl l.lnml.. She brouirht us
last night. Tin y emptied the till, which lusveiigeis some wjiile and native mis
contaiueil about fi, und tookuloug Hme ji(,uaries and one wliite trader. Thei
j captain leportaan uneventful voyage.
i The Morning Star will stay ill ort about
null1 i thiee mouths.
i'Aiu;wi;i.i. visit in i'm:siiii:.M'
diii.i: ami amiciati:h.
TIis Trwujia and llslnl U'rrt- lul llnUIr
tVllll. nn.l Captain llarbi-r-A Itr
turn Call Was Hade,
SALARIES TO UK CUT.
Till! i;.I'i;nsi;h or thi; movkun-
5Ii:.NT 5IUHT III! IIKIIIJCIill.
llDtrriirliini'iil Ilie Klueuii uf lli liar
lltrfure Hie ICiecutlt e Culillileut
uf all f llvlde Mali
The Maennerchor Club, of which
Major Welters is tlie promoter, will be
luuy organizeu next luiiuay.
- Yhs Ailuilrul
lias arrived and taken quarters at the
establishment of Hollister & Co. The
Admiral Cigarettes ure the very latest n
tlm way of n delightful smoke, and
huve met with Iniineiibo success wher
oyer Introduced, Hollister & Co,,
agents for t)m Hawaiian Islands.
Tie JUH.Y und Wl-UKl.v Stah is on
sale ut James A. Martin's Variety Store,
25 Wnloniieniie Streot. Hllo, wiiere
suliscriptimiB may lie ordered, dw-td
I). & S. Iloinu'oputhlo Horu Throat
Tablets curative und provcntlve, For
jalo by nil druggists,
Several natives charged with Invading
the premises of a Pulauia citizen Jiave
been Arrested und will be tried for tres
The native girl who lias been In jail
several times on the charge of deserting
her husband has been sent to prison for
Dr. Moore, nnd Ash und Ordway are
umong the latest voluntceis for the
pollce-ueneiil I una entertainment to oo
given on inetiiBi.
The Bishop museum at tho Kamcha
niehu school Is open from 0 u. in. to
noon Fridays, and from 2 to 0 p. in, on
"If the Salvation Army comes hero,"
remarked an observant citizen last even
ing, "it will ruin the business of the
Rev A. S. Twombly will preach Easter
discourses ut the Central Union church
Sunday morning nml evening, Murch
Will, There will bu appropriate music,
Dan'l Lvonshas thenssuranconf nuite
n patronage for his dancing academy,
lo ne opoiiuii ui inu umi sueu to-morrow
niiernoon, nniireu esiicciauy uru ii
Itt'tlgns Hie Cuptaiiicr,
Julius Ascho who was but recently
promoted to tho captaincy of A Com
puny N, G, II,, lias resigned lit com
mission, This Is on uccount of illness
In his fumlly and Ills own poor health,
This will mean another Company fleo
The question of a general reduction
of Government service salaries was
brought up ut this morning's meeting
of the Executive Council, The pro
posal Ik to make u cut of at least 10
per cent on everybody. Ill speaking on
the subject u gehtlemun who is in u
position to have Inside facts, said; "We
simply must retrench. The outlook, to
say nothing of the present actual hard
times, just naturally forces the adop
tion of u policy of economy.
livery business house in town
has reduced its exieiises und some
of them will cut still more. Salaried
men who have hail good Incomes for
years, und who never thought of get
ting "cut down," have been forced to
submit to a trimming of their pay. The
wovernmeni nas oeeu too noerai any
how. In some cases It has been paying
very ordinary men for ordinary services
salaries that bank olllcials in tlie United
States would be glad to get. Chardown,
until they come to actual laboring men,
they ure too lavish, Even the soldiers
get too much, but the policemen do not
get enough. We nil know that In some
instances, lor some insciuianie rea
son, enemies of the Government have
been getting princely pay from ft for
doing next to nothing. But the cheese
knifeuoiust full, Ve ure facing a con
ditiou und not n theory, I haven't
heard ubout the President's $1000 u
month, hut everything else must bo
drawn through the shrinking process.
"I'll wnger there nro some interesting
sessions of tho Cabinet over this ques
tion, jnr. u.unon win cut tne pace unu
force the lighting. It Is notorious
thut he never has tilings Ills way until
ho appeals to the Advisory Council.
air, fimllh oeiieveB in fancy salaries.
The President wants to do what is
right and Mr, Hutch is open to convic
tion. When it gets before the two
Councils the proceedings will be
lively us a keg of nails fulling donn n
stulrwuv.I Homo of the statesmen in
the lower branch will bo between the
devil and the deep seu ns It were. Those
who nave political amuiuons win oo in
the center of the trungular lire of old
necessity, the men In the olllces'nnd the
men who want to get in. But as I said
before, the ule on the counter cannot In
the very nature of things continue to
I.a nu If. I , ,, It Ima lu-nn "
Admiral Irwin, who leaves this sta
tion on the China, made farewell olll
cial calls Unlay. Considerable cere
mony attended the visit to the Capitol,
which wus mode ut noon, A large
number of citizens who hud learned of
tho alfair assembled to witness it.
Tlio President, Ministers, Chief Jus
tice Judd, Associate I'nar and several
members of the Advisory Council ic
ceived tlie party In Mr, Dole's large
room. The regular troojis of the
country. with the band at
the head of the column, were
drawn up along the path from the gale
to the Executive building. On the ap
proach of the olllcliil party, in two car
riages, the band struck up "Star
Hnanitled Banner and the battalion
presented arms, At Ihe stc of the
capltol Ma, roller received tlie callers.
The first to step to the ground was
United States Minis er Willis, next Ad
rnlral Irwin, then Captain Barker of the
Philadelphia and then Lieutenants
Adams and Purmenter, the Admirals
aides. The paitV proceeded uitarrs
without delay und President Dole met
them at tho door of the old "Gold
room." The call luted not more than
ten minutes. Inlercouiso was of the
moit cordial nature. The Admiral has
always been well liked here, und the
tilts netween tne American Jimmier
and tho Provisional Government have
left no bitterness.
The call ended. Major Potter escorted
the visitors to their carnages, arms were
presented again by the battalion mid
"Star Spangled Banner" was rcpcati-d
usu speed to the parting guests.
At . tins afternoon i-rusiuent wore
From South Sea Jslani!,tf-r Mission-1
ary stuir Morning Star, Murgh 22 Dr.
lVaw. wife and son, Mr und Mrs Hand,
Miss M iv Logan, Mrs Forbes and child, ,
Mr. Lyons. I
i'lilDAV, March 23.
Am Missionary packet Morning Star,
Garland, from the South Seal.
Stmr Koala, Thompson, from Ku
hukii. Stmr W (i Hall, Simerson, from Maui
I. O. O. F.
IIAIiJIONV LDIKIK Nu.l. UI.O.K...MKK1I
In Harmony Hall. Win's Meek. Kn, sirrai.
eterjr MaNdsr. atli e. M. VUllllw LreUMrr
stcurdlall Invited loattea-t.
AUIK.HT I.UOAH. . r. lll.ltlll' K.
Nolile liu.. Setrrtsri.
Cleaniil, sharix-ned and repaired
Duilicute ph-ciK lurnished Liwn
mowers broken beyond reutir Uiugbt at
a fair price. Axes, knives nnd SciiMors
ground. Saws Sited und set bv
G, W. IIF.LLIKSKN,
At the Hell Tower, Kngiue House No, S.
I'miuv, March 23,
Br hk Vilalui, Harland, for San Fran-
Stmr Jvilauea Hoil.Lverelt.for llono-
Stmr Waialeule, Smytlx-, for lilialna
Haw atram whaler Alexander, tireen.
for Ihe North.
Is worth noting. Nothing is
so well worth noting as the
display of ...... ,
- NEW PICTURES -
of the very latest publications
winch Kino lfucM, are now
showing. , , . . ,
If one wishes In gratify art
latlu taste, beautify Ihu home
or make a suitable present
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.
The carrier-boys of the Stak ure not
authorized to collect money or sign
recelits, excejit on the written nuthnritj
of the ilusiniM Manager. From nnd
after this dale no receipt for sulwcril
lions or otherwise will lie held good un
less Issued direct from the busbies
2-il-tf Busfm-M Manager.
2rr?.. '"jOkl Kona Coi'iee
iii'oitiM ami ciihkim:i;n.
Kx JCuala 2210 bags sugar, COUer
ger, acct Kabuku plantation.
vi:hii:ij in roitT.
Dill early and see what is going on in I
the urtiatio line,
I'OK 8AI.lt AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
CLMtlSMCK II. M'TIIBK,
Contral Moat Market,
tttwkviM. Tuikevs. Duaks an4 I1geiis
Hi SWMt nvUer
Us Tsl. N4. itt.Tl I
FJIAiNK J. KJMJGDK,
Cummins Block. Pert St., Honolulu ILL
IMHOHTEH AND DEALER IN
Good Friday. March 23d,
Elite Ice -Cream -Parlors.
5T First lie of HOT CHOKH IIHNH at
r, u'elo-.-k A. M.
SKNII IN VOl'lt OHDKltS!
Wwj to Loan
ON FIRST CLASS SECURITY.
For particulars apply to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit and
KAVAI. VKSSKLM. I
I S S AiIaiiK, Nelson, Sun Kruorlu-o.
I HH l'liluidelpliui, llaiker, Culuui.
HUMS CliaJiipion, Ku.tncH lt,ke, K.
JnpC'ru NariiHu, 'loo, Vuki.laoiui.
It 1 J l cruiser I iikuiiiiiio, .-lorninia, tun.
Haw stui vtli Aloiandi-r, (Ireen, Sari Fran. '
Am bkt S tl WiMf, Me.Velll. H F
fir hk Zaiithi-, .Nenca.tle, N H W
ui bk (-Vyloii, (.'alhouri, H F ',
llr hk VIIUIU. Ilarlnul, I.lur1.
Am bk llatllla, Kni-iwn, Departure liny.
Am sclir Currier Dote, Iiewcustle
Aruvthiler lloiatlo, limiall-on, Hin Fran,'
Am brft W (1 Irwin, Williams, S P. ;
Am bkt I'laaUr, Dow, Hun Fnincliui.
Am liirtn (leuavn, .Nevtutle, N H W. ,
Am bktn W II Diuioiul, lie ll-aml.l, S F.
Aril tern All-n A, Kelinire, Knreka. 1
A... ,.I.(M 11 kMliif.i. (vrtu,n. (lrivM lliir '
and stnir, tlie Ministers and severnl ' ,m uiir King t!yru, I'lirl.tlamon, N'ne'tl.
Councllmen went aboard the Phila-1 Am bk Ceylon, Calluxiu, K F. I
delpliia. This ws iu acceptance of nn Haw ship llelen Ilrimer, Newell, N V
invitation ulven niirim: tne nooniiuio xkioiiiioiiimi i-oiits.
ceremonii-s. The visitors remained on Am ,k AiihIb Jolnuon, K F (Hllo).
the warship for some time. ( Am sclir J W Coleman, S F (Kali),
The docks were thronged with people Am bkt hknjjlt, ltobiiiu, H F (Kalmlull
when Mr. Dole and hU party went Am sc-li Simknne, ,lainliori, B F llllo)
aboard. The chief executive of 'I In wall -
was greeted with the presidential salute roniilliN VI'j.mJj l'.M'lX"ri;i,
of twenty-one guns, uns was repeuteu Utf uk Ultl.MrM. I.lvriol
un uei'aiiuii-, uu ... Ain i,k Alex jici'iii. n r,
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
II II iiliU k ,
BOTTLERS IN BOND,
Anutlirr Alutiufucluriiil Varn,
John Mitchell und T, B. Murray say
that the article In last evening's llulh lln
relating to themselves has scarcely the
color of truth. They declare that so far
us it alleges thnt Iiuwuilans or others
were asked to sign any paper, or In
volves tho American
League, it is a
A Half llullduy.
All Government olllces, tlio Post
Olllce, banks and a number of business
houHs are closed this afternoon, The
half holiday it pn account of Good Fri
day, l hero is no puuno observance
beyond the suspension of business und
extra services ut the churches.
A Hueienful Huclsl,
Tlio young ladies und gentlemen of
the Union and Association had a pleas
ant time last night ut tlio Wulklkl resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Itobert lowers
The alfair was called a "Star" social.
There wus music, a supper and finally
Notict to Gonsumirs.
The new works of the Ha
waiian Jvlectric Co, being now
completed, notice is hereby
given that from and after Jan
uary 1 5th the Company is pre
pared to supply incandescent
electric lighting lo customers.
In a few days the Company
will also be prepared to fur
nish electric motor? for power,
and of which due notice will
The Company further an
nounce that they are prepared
to receive orders for interior
wiring and can furnish fixtures
and all fittings iu connection
with new service.
Printed rules, regulations
and Company's rates can be
had on application to the Sup
erintendent, WM G. IRWIH,
I'ltKSWKNT II. IU CO.
i Am sclir KtJinforil, .Viwcnatle,
Am sclir uiga. n r pium,
Amsclir Oeciilmitid, Departure Jlay,
Am sclir W K l'liohx, Uniy's Harlwr,
1 tier bk J C (Jkule, l.lverj"'"'
I Am bk W Y WitzMiun, Nimiustle
, Am sli KulvHtor, Nowi-uxtlu
Am tr Morning HUir, Koulli Sens,
Am K h Llile, Vsnre, H K (Knhulul)
Am wen Httfikuno. n 1- lllllol
Am brig J II KpruckeU (luili'llul)
Ami M-lir Hubert lmers. H Y. Mureli 'JO
Am w-lir jlnrtlutt, Naeiutl March 'JU
JuuKtmr Aikoku Mara. Yokohuina. Murch JWi
Am sclir Alice (jokp, H F, Msreli
Am bktn John llalzlcy, H F (Kaliulull JJarl
Am u lir AloUa, H Y, March W
A pi II &
mil M ur ni.nu. nr.
V.. .1.1. ll..H. V..U......II..
Am brig l.uillne, r (Hllo)
Am wli i'Jiima ('lauillna, H V
Am bk Aldan He-, H Y
Haw bk Andrew Wuleli, H F
Am vlir Uoldim Hhoru, -VuncnUlf,
Alllbk Hwpur, NeHiustle,
m ou newsier, newiiuitu-.
in w-hr Oceuuia Vance, Newcustle April ''
Am ah Win liowdi n, Newcantle, May 1
Ger bk Mary liaukfeld, Uvenl May 1
ui OKiii luas-ir nuij'K'ii, ewcnaiie jsy i
in sell John II TulLnit. NeHcusUe May 1
Am hklu June 1 SUiiiford, NeHcastla Muy 1
Am bk Amy Turner, New York, July f
Fort Street. - Opposite Wilder & Co,
H. J. NOIrU, I'rop'r,
First-class LuncliH served with fra, Colfue
B(la Water, (linger Ale or Milk.
tsrSmokert' Bequliltit Specialty
Opn from n ,in, till 0 p, m.
JAS. F. MORGAN
No, 45 Queen Strt'ci,
Auctioneer and Stock Broker
Special attention gUcii to tin.
Real Estate' Stocks, Bonds
Tlio combination of excellent stomaeh
tonics In Hood's SarssparllU Is such tliat,
with proper attention to dirt, Indigestion
and even tlm worst rases of ilyupcpsU are
cured by this medicine. Head iiti
"Having for several years Less freatly
troubled with IndljeitlDn, ami bstvur seen
Hooit'sfiarMpsrillasdvcrtlted, I esswtstf f
cIts It a trlsl. To my bappinMi and great istu
fsctlon I found It to tie ifec alr rrmrdjr for this
nimelilnt." Mns. N. l'llsr, fii (Icarr Street,
Hau Vrsiultro, C'sL
Hood' Pill set cully, yet promptly and.
efflckuur, on tae llrer and lwcu. tu.
Holirou Ncvtniuii ic Co,
fllllKlll.V IAII, rlllltVICK,
Kteonubhai will Ittavo for nud arrive from
San Kraiu'laco oil the followiiiK dutes, ti the
clow of lWi
AmilVK at 11'm'i.ui.v I.k a vk Honolulu kok
Hood iiosturaiiH bv the month or vcar,
All horses will bu well looked after nnd
kept iu paddocks.
llio siannarii nrcu troiuiiK siuiiiou
Iteconl 'iiii In Honolulu.
will make the season at this rancli until
July I, IbUI. Teimsf'W. I
l)escriitlou, l oaleil 1W0, hlixxl bay,
ID hands IiIkIi nnd wcIkIiI !IK) Kniuds.
I'edlgree, Hy "flrosvenor," by "Ad
ministrator," by "Hjsdyk's Hamilton"
10. Ham by Mil wood, record Viin.
l or further particular apply to
JOSKPII I. MBNDONOA, Kaneilio, or
270-1 in U. IIOLTI;. Honolulu.
ruou Han Kcisco
AUiiikIs... -Mar l
l.-hlim ... ...
A w 17
Un or Alnut
'.'lilna. .......... .lr SU
Aualrslls June 16
Pill' Mfl 1 u
... Hi-l-l I
. Oct II
I let 'A
Mm He. .....
L'llt af Itlnila
.iRUelro...... .July 10
Aualrslls July VI
AlsiueJ a,. ...... July Vi
. ..Msr ill
69 and 70 Mark. Lane, London, E. C.
1338 Broadway, New York.
823 and 884 Monadnock Block, Chicago.
Cnblo Address-" WALKER, WALKERVILLE."
AGENCIES THROUGHOUT THE WOULD.
Walkkhvillk, January i, 1894.
We liavc tlic pleasure of inforrnino;
you tliat our "Canadian Cluh" Whisky was award
ed a Medal and Diploma at the World's Columbian
Exposition just closed, having gained the maximum
number of marks for chemical analysis (absolute
purity), and being declared by the judges lo possess
"fine aroma, very pleasant taste, and the principal
requirements of a high-class whisky showing
The samples submitted were neither specially
selected nor of unusual age, but were taken by the
officials from a large number of cases of our regular
Most heartily wishing you a happy and pros
pcrous New Year, and hoping for still more exten
sive transactions with you, we arc,
HIRAM WALKER & SONS, Ltd.
All tho Year Round
HENRY DAVIS & CO,,
AOS F0KT HTKKKT.
119th Tlltpnoma, jo, WVlf
l.'lilns. .Nov W
(lirallle I're I
Arss.. live v.1
7 I Hllo, .
MuiWHSl he 1.1131
ArsHn (Kt I
Ail. Italia fkl t
lens -M....UCI ia
, ..MlV 1
. Nov It
nimv . . . ..
W. G. PEACOCK & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
P, O, B01 004, Tolophonoa No,
tlUll H,IM W,,IW1,UIIP,