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Vol. I. No. 11.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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Wing Mow Chan
Chins and Japan Tea,
Provisions, Manila Cigars,
Caaapkor "Wood Trunks, Rattan
Chairs, etc., etc.
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t Corner of- -Kinj
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Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
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Liiyery, Feed and -
Fort Street, between Hotel
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Corner King & Bethel Sts.
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P. McINERNY, Proprietor,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
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ESTABLISHED A. D. 1S63
Candy Factory !
CB -A. K JETTY amd
Ice Cream Parlors
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In all branches of the business on
AMERICAN, FRENCH, ENG
LISH and GERMAN
PASTRIES MADE TO ORDER
Wedding and Birth-day
Made of the very best material,
unsurpassed in richness of quali'
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Ooiifectionei' I. OrnamenteT
LATEST FOREIGN-NEWS j
THE YOBKTOWX IN CHILE.
New York. Sept 12. Tho
Herald's correspondent at Val
paraiso cables: The Ih raid's cor
respondent in Sotv telegraphs
that the United States wurshio
YorkTown arrived there to-day
and Is coalin".
Washington, Sept. 15. Word
comes that the Charleston has
broken her steering gear. How
serious the damage is does noi
appear at this end of the lino'.
Captain Pieking. in acknowledg
ing the receipt of the' cable mes
sage directing the Charleston to
proceed to Rio with all possiMd
dispatch, simply states that ho
cannot sail until he has coaled
and had his steoring gear repair1
ed. The department hardly or
pects now to hear of her
departure for Rio before Sunday
or Monda-. "and as three or four
days will bo consumed in the
voyage, Americans and America!)
Interests in Brazil will be at tho
mercy of other governments for
nearly a week. s
The naval authorities conclud
ed to-day to give the Detroit her4
final forty-eight-hqur sea trial:
before her departure for Bnt.il.
"When the necessary orders wero
telegraphed to' Fort Monroe,, thp"
Detroit had jilreody sailed. The-,
message was telegraphed to the;
observer at the capes, who sign-,
aled tho orders as sue was pass-,
ing that point. Tho result iV
that the Detroit is now back in
the harbor t Hampton Roads,
where sho will remain until the,
inspection board goes down to
conduct the forty-eight-hour sea,
trial. It will probably be a fort
night before all this is through '
and the vessel ready to sail.
The United States steamer
Alert, in command of Captain'1
G. H. Book arrived yesterday!
after a passage of thirty-sevoa
days from Yokohama. The homeward-bound
pennant, 365 feet in'
length, was flying from the main '
truck and the officers" and cvavi ;
of 180 were delighted at getting-;
back once more. This morning
it is expected that the Alert wiH )
go to Mare Island Navy Yard,
where sho will temporarily go
out of commission.
Austria's ruler is danger.
Vienna, September IS. Tho
Magyar Hirlap, a newspaper pub
lished in Buda Pesth-, Hungary'
gives the details of a plot to as
sassinate Emperor Francis Joseph"
The story Is to the effect tuat'
Roumanian boy overhear two'
mn discussing the plot. They
were arranging to have the spikes
ra moved from the raib at a certain
point on the road over which tho
Emperor was to travel on his way
to the army maneuvers, thus wreck
ing the train, when in the confu-
ion the conspirators would kill the
Empero and his suit.
Having heard so much the .boy.
bee ime frightened, ran away am
told his parents. - They, after con
suiting, informed the police, ft n-1
inveatigatiens developed the fee!.
that spikes had recently been loo-t-
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