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IUTTjY ntJfjTjWPISl! HOKOUITU, U. T MA-V 30, I BOO.
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'itilirrd to nntlirr Sitct nor 1'arly,
Hut rtalitihed for the hmrlit of alt.
SATI.'IIDAY, MAY lit, KH'JO.
wlroj In r. telephone ccnti'iil
burnt, out, Uio bullditi; badly dnm
agcu, and ft city suddenly deprived
' of its telephone coinuiunienlion for
Kdison, the great clcetiieinn,
A man who by hit own political con
ceptions measures another's xvoith,
or ponnits his political opinions to
legulntehis private friendship, i a
man to whom nature has been very
unkind by endowing htm wltw a l
very small mind, or whose education
ha been acquired in a very poor
school. There is quite a number of
thl class ol unfortunates in Honolulu.
Tim late "l'reinici," perhaps
foolishly, originated the policy of
"Hawaii for the Hawaiian," and
put it into execution. The Kefotm
party started the cry, perhaps
wisely, "liovernment of the people,
by the people, and for the people."
and has not shaped its course ac
coidingly. What will h'r-loiy 'ay?
lVissibly .mil pei haps probably, thai
the foaner was. from whatever mo
tive, true to hi- profc ion, wise or
foolish; while the latter expo-ed it--elf
to censure by contradicting in
practice what it professed in word-.
It i- to be hoped that those who
compete for the piize which -Mr.
Dillingham offers for the be-t names
lor the projected town at Kwa and
it-j principal stteet. and e.-peciaily
the committee entrusted with the
choice ol the names proposed, will
eschew all foreign name-. The na
livcjanguagc is copious ami euphoni
ous, containing an endless xniieli,
of significant, pretty-sounding, and
appropriate names, o that there 13
no need for importing 11 name irom
America, Kurope, or anywheie el-e.
To adopt the name of London, or
l'.uis, or New )ik heeau-e iho-e
name- aic applied to town- in other
omniies i.i slightly ridiculous :w
well as eoiilu.-ing.
frankly admits the perils of electric '
lighslug. He mentions a case in
which the underground cnnducloi
of the Kdison Illuminating Company
in New York became crowed, and l
the cuireut. which was passing x
through them at a compataiively
low pressure, melted not only the
wires, but. several feet of iron lull
ing in which they were encased, and
reduced the paving stones within a
inditis of tluec or four feet In a
Kdi-011 epres-cs the opinion that
there is only one way to jemedy the
danger, and that is to regulate the
tension of the electric light wires a
the pros-lire of steam boilers is re
gulated, in accordance with police
regulations. Authorities -eem to
agree that the absence of danger
can be secured by proper care and
precaution ; but how to secure such
care and precaution is a question
not so ea-il. settled. Here in Ho
nolulu, whrte telephone wires and
electric light wires an: attached to
the same poles, it must be apparent
to everybody that theie i- constant
danger of the tw'o classes of wirc
coming into contact and trouble le
suiting. The mere assurance that
if p toper care be taken there 1- but
little risk of damage, in not very
-aiming without tlio additional
a-nuancu that the neee-.saty care i
idwax- in e.etci-c.
1 ondon, May 2. -The Portuguese
Minister for Foreign Affairs has re
plied to Dr. Ci. l Loring.thernitcd
States Minister -here, accepting the
I principle of arbitration prcpaied by
the I luted states Secretary of Slate. 1
He suggests that the que-tions as to
whether the Delr.goa railway i laim
isflr is n.it one for international ar
bitiation -hall lie refetnid to -ouie I
impartial friendly nation. It is
further put fotwaid that if it be de
cided in the allirtnnlixo, the same
atbittator might decide on the term
and basis of a scltlemeul. In caso
of the arbitrator deciding negative
ly, the arbitration would be between
the Portuguese liovernment and the
Delegoa Kailway Company.
London, May. 2. The Kmin Re
lief ( onmiittee gave a leception in
honor of Stanlev this evening. 1 lie
l'rince of Wnle's prctiled. Among
the guests were many meinbeis of
royalty ami other distinguished per
sons. ' Stanley paid a high tribute
to the devotion and coinage of his
associates. The l'tince ol Wales
proposed a vote of thinks to Stan
ley, which was adopted by acclama
tion. Washington, .May '. . large
number ol inquiries have been re
ceived by Republican members of
the Ways and .Means Committee ie
"peeling the dale of the piobahle
passage of the Tariff lull. The dale
lixid'in the bill for the beginning ot
its operations is .Inly 1st next, and
Irom the statements contained in
these communications it appear.
that the huiness of the counliy is in
a ven unsettled condition in an
ticipation ot unlooked for changes
in the tarilf. It is stated that the
hiisat tiade in particular i- depicted
Auction Sales by James 1'. Morgan.
THE MUTUAL LiF
OF IV:E3"W -YOXMES:
TjiuullonVs fcjilo I
The 'ale of aillele of the 'dale of
Look l.img A; Co.. advcrtl-ed foi alie
lion. May I'-'lh, is postponed K
TlKSOAY, 31 ay ?-M), IH!)0,
AT III O'CLOCK A. l..
At my s'aloMwun.
,FAS. I MOKCJAX,
;,;,1 i Auelinneer.
LANDLORD'S SALG OF
Goods & Chattels
Ol-ltiiloeil Inr l he im-iiiijniviil
Is issuing n new form of insiiiance wMch provides, in the event of death, for a return of all picmiums paid in ad
dition to (lie amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of eais, the Company will
leturn all the premiums pnid wiUiinterCst; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the legal holder
may. WITHOUT MICDIUALKXAMIKATION and WITIKUT 1-THTIIKU PAYMKN I' OK J'KK.MIl'MS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piolits in 1TI.LY PAID IT insurance, participat'.ng annually in dividends.
Keinember, lliis contract I- issued by the oldest. Lite Insurance Company In the I'nited K'atea, and the Lai
gest Kinaueial InsUtution in the World, it.s assets evceedlng One Hundred anil Thirty-Six Millions of Dollar;?.
. Jta?" cor full particular? call on or addresa
The last steamer from Au-tralia,
which arrived here a week ago,
bioughtthc intelligence that some
charitable people in Adelaide, south
Australia, had decided to send a
huge case of goods to sister Rose
Oerlrude. It will, no doubt, be
giutitying to our people to be a--sincd
that many people in Adelaide
and the country of which it i- the
capital city take a deep interest in
the unfortiiuatcs of the Molokai set
tlement. The fact above stated is
proof of this intere-t. Itishop Ken
you.au eloquent and popular divine,
delivered an aiuire-s, 01 wnicn uie
Lite Father Damien was the burden,
to thou-ands in the Adelaide town
hall not long since.
The "Celestial Kmpire" news
paper, publi-lied in Shanghai, snys
that "the the tea plant has been
grown with great -ucce-s in the
island of Maderia. It was lirst in
lioduced there by the late fJovcrnor
ot Macao, Viscount doraeod'Arcos,
ten years ago, who also engaged
s'uiie Cltine-e expert- to instruct
and teach the natives of the island
how to manipulate the tea leat."
Is there anything in the soil or cli
mate, of the Hawaiian Mauds to
prevent the "iicces-fiil iutioduction
of the tea plant heie'r There i-no
.fmv.ireul indication that cither soil
or climate is unfavorable. Let the
ipcriment lie tried.
DNGER OF ELECTRIC LIGHTING.
Fleet lie lighting with us is young.
Hitherto we have experienced none,
or but little, of the mNchiel which
may icsult therefrom. Vo have,
however, experienced enough to
teich' 115 that there is a danger of
electric lighting proving to be
something beside- a benefit. An
electric light wiie coming in contact
with a telephone win has de-troyed
a telephone, instrument, and came
near to setting abla.i the hoiiao in
which the instiument was placed.
Several instances have occuired of
electric light wires coining in con
tact with tiees and oilier substances,
and causing insignificant (lies. Tri
lling as these ca-es may have been
in their results, they should seno to
warn us of the constant presence of
the danger of greater evil.
American experiences have lur
nished a laigo number of cases of
the ever-present danger. Upwards
of a hundred death-, in the city of
New York alone, andnnuieious liie.
havo abundantly illustrated the se
rious risks of having imperfectly. in
sulated electric light wire- about.
One case is recoided in which
through such a wiie falling on a
telephone line a switchboard of oQOO
A WORTHY RESIDENT LEAVINC.
.Mr. I.ive-ev Ward leaves for the
Colonies on the outgoing steamer.
Hi- departure i- necessitated by the
demands ot private business. The
many warm admit er- of the young
gentleman will tegiel his being
called aw:u. .Mr. Ward was for
-oine time connected with the Edu
cational Department as an assistant
teacher .mil would undoubtedly have
achieved great, succe had he re
mained in the pi ofe ion. Resign
iug hi- position he Miught employ
ment with the Turn way- Company
and has been in their service iioui
the inception of the undertaking to
the present time He is granted a
three months leave of absence and
leaves with the heat tie-t good wi-hes
ol lite company's olllceis for hi
success and early return. His con
nection with the Tramways lias
necessarily brought him into contact
with the geneial public and his
genial and sunn' manner coupled
with his unllagging mil in the dis
charge, of Li- duties has won him
universal reg.vid. At alt times, t
alt hours he has tesponded to the
demands upon him and has filled an
onerous and responsible situation in
a manner creditable to his youth.
Should he remain abroad he will
leave behind an enviable ieputation,
and should he return will doublle
llnd many agreeable avenues of em
ployment open to his choice.
Auction Salts by James F. Morgan.
'L:ii M' Important
a 1 O'is'Lf
W A. 1 J! I
I am bi-trm:ieil In .Mi'i-n-. li Y.MAN
IlIttiM. to liulit a l.a'ige Credit ale. at
III) 'aU'sliMiin, 'v!ie II siet. nil
.Ma l.'.tli, I llli lMli.
'01MIlll,IK'lll! lit 10 oVtlll'l. II III
A eniiii!i'le :initliieiii of
I aney lites- (iooils,
I'.l.tef. A. ('oliiiftl Mi'iino-,
l'.ie., Kir . Lie., Lie.
A i ulllplelp assoi Intent ol
I inn Instiiieloil i.. .Linn- It. Hob.
,li'.. to -ell at I'liblle Aiiellon
On 3IOXDAY, May 12lli,
AT 10 OVMM'K A. .11..
nr .itil ilnv. mi inv Snle-iooiii. on Oneen
-lieet. ill t'lic Cllv'of lloliiiluhi. tin- fl
liiinr ileseillfil (iooils ami Chattels of
Tool. I.un;, a late tenant of -aid .lames
I! Hull.. Ir., in -.ihl Ot of Honolulu,
ill-iraiticri foi aneai- of rent, ami ln-
illj;-I i belli Hie -IlltllloiV leniilll uf
llllieliv tliesalil.f.itiii- R. llott,.ll'..i:
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
Ami Other Wales. Cm to- ami Oilier
(iooils, Chattel-, ami Ktfeels of :
loolc l.tim:. taUen fioin hi -ion In
'Holt'-HlncK," Niuianil -tipct, tn 'tilil
("li, or Honolulu.
,)AS. r. MOHUAX,
.1. M. Moiianiii Allot uey for l.iiiiilluril
lloiiobilii. April -'.". ism). '" Hi
- (f) - -- -
General Ageut for the Hawaiian Islands.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OltDRI!
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic fells,
Milk Hi cad,
in ami Saloon Bread, Jiiiiis, (HiiejF M)$, Coffoo Mm, Die, Blc.
SLOT And will he DKLIVF.RHI) FRKK of OHAIKSK lo any pail of the ily.
JIIIJL.r, r VAJJK:
Colleo, Tea, Chocolate t Milk,
roned rigs reel, (old Ham,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Reef, Sal.ul?, K
AMERICAN CIGARS !
V I, Ullli: AHSOUTMUSr Of
PIpo & Cinrotto Tobacco, Pipes, Cigar & t!igni'i'tt Holders. Cold Drinks, Kir.
M. Saliiiilay nilil, oien all ni.hl 11.11
0 Open fiom
"Mutual Telephone 211
:i() a. v. until '.UO r.
Post Oflieo Hox 17S.
Teli Iii-iic :?.
Itv order ot CKM1. ItKOWN, 1Ni. .
I'Aeciiloi ol the I'Mnte ol tin late V..
Predion, deeea-ed, I will sell at 1'iilille
Aiietliin, at the pii'liii-e-. corner of Kin;
:ilid rill.ul -tieet-.
On ritlDAY, May Ki.lHOO.
AT Kl 0''I.(M'IC A. .11..
The Entire Mousch'ld Furniture,
And Kfleel- ol -aid K-tnte, eom-
i Handsome Carved Parlor Set,
Cphol-teivil In I'.lue Silk!
.So ii A Cli.ih-. t'pho. hi Uub-Clnllt:
Side A, Coiuer hatnol-.
r.ar'u Center Ai Sofa ItiijiH,
M.iibli'tup Center 'I'iilile-.
2 Fin B-. w. fiiaeiins,
l.:ile Doill.le It. W. Heil-tead,
Mattr.i" e- i"v Pillow-.
I. T. HAUIOY
ITI : LE
HaiO"- LMil'i I blMi.
HUE THIS MORHIHG.
At -2 :."!0 o'clock tins morning the
hou-o of M:. C. II. Dwight, Leleo,
caujiht t'ue. Mr. Owilit wa-alone,
lite tamily having one to Kauai on
a visit. "When he teliied in the eve
nhi;, he lelt a lamp burning in the
pailor adjoining hN bedroom, as
was custoinniy. He was awakened
by the -moke and heat, and found
the pailor furniture and mat- burn
ini and the 100m full of smoke. The
lamp had piobably exploded, but
lorlunately there being no 'draught
of air the lire was slow. Mr. Dwiglit.
witlt the assistance of a few neigh
bors managed to put out the tiro
with bucket: of water. No alarm
was rung, me pa: tor nirniiure. was
entirclybtirned and llxlurcs in oilier
rooms damaged. The loss is esti
mated at between S200 and S.100 ;
coveted by insurance.
rient'-iA Ladle-' t'lidetweai.
lure A Kiown Cotton--,
A lull line of
Ill's k Mill's Hill,
'the ino-t complete a oitnicnt of
.lfeu's I, mile-' A. Clillileeir-
no 33 w jl. Yi.ii: ,
All pMilcin-:u.il(ii:iliili - ol
Woolen & Calico Shirto,
A el full Hue of
, Ktia Laine .
Thn Hilo Court opened on Tues
day Alay 7th, at 0 o'cloi k a. in.
The cae of the (.'town vs. Mills
and others, charged with murder,
was called, it. look the whole of
the day to empanel n jury. When
the panel was complete and the jury
swotn the L'ouit adjourned until '.
o'clock the next day. iMillowing
are the gentlemen sworn: A. W.
Ilevdtmann, J. Purvis, C. K. Cobb,
K..T. Weight, John liohenberg, C.
AlcLcnnaii, das. Dcvereiiux, .loltii
Sherman, Cha. Lehman, V.. Illais
dell, .lohn Nicholas, W. 1!. McC'ub.
bin. 'i'iie tiial proceeded on "Wed-ifsdav.
Linens, Ducks, Etc.
Al-o, full lines of
Silk Ribbons & Handkerchiefs,
Aiulaverj l.irfto a nttment of
FANCY GOODS and NOTIONS
Lie . Kir.. Lie.. Lte.
Willi Minor Piotus;
I',. V. IJiueau- A- Wa-li-iaml-.
S.Ik Shawl- V: lleilspte.nl-,
1 Handsome Koa Sideboard,
Voiiuer) the piopeilj of C. K'a
ii.iiua; Large is. V. Dining Talile.
CROCKERY and GLASSWAfiE,
Dining Knoin Clialt-.
Deeiiiated Dinner Sel.
Sterling Silver Spoons & Forks,
I'.ook V:sr & Itooks,
l'.ie., Kle., Lie . Lte.
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAKSAPARILLA & IRON VATEK,
Giiipf (lie, Hop Mi, Giwtliiie, Bmlinnli, Sarsapariila, Mineral Mm, Etc.
tr All coiiiniuiilciilionM ami order sliould In iuldriut.sod to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
:WD I in
toflMMm.nr.rt-iJMif. ..1 .1 .mni
C" The I'lenibes will he open for
iaspeelloii on Tlnn-ilny. .Maj loll). Horn
!) v. M. lo !! l. M.
The late .John L. lllai-dell, who
died in this City on the -.'Till ot
.March last, wan insured in the
F.quitnble Life Assurance Society
for Ten Thoii-and Dollars.
I'rools of death were forwarded
on April ."th, and .Mr. A. .1. Cait
wriojit recoixed the Coinpany'-draft
on May 2nd, or In lens tnni one,
Hefore the Kvecutor had received
his aulhoiity from the Court to ad-luini-tcr
on' tlii-J estate, tlie Knuit-
ablc's drall was in tlie local agent's i
bauds for payment. i
The fnllowiii"; table shows how i
this jrr.ind Coinpany meets its
I claim to have the Fluent and Choicest Line of Millinety fiouds,
FimmicIi Flowor.s, fllilnn Huts, wltilo, bluclc utitl ooIovim!;
.let Flowed, Oinamenls, Laee Honncls it Hat-, Kle, Kle.,
.lu.-l iceeiveil by the S. S. Aii.slr.ilia, and will be open in a few day-..
"Vim Iylco Oo11m.s,
Van Dyke Coll.uetliM, Van Dyl:c Veiling, Van Dyke l.a"e-, Van Dyke
Kntbioiilei.x, Moileka Veiling,
Fine Lines of Ladies' Sashes, Plaid &. Plain;
gg!T Full p.irlieul.its of Opening in a few ilajv.
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery llottre, Corner Tort ,t Hotel si-.
lleutti 'IiiIiiin lulit ti.V Tlie i:iiill
utile I.lfe AmiUlitniT Hm'li-I.t
.IAS. 1 3IOUCAX,
tW The-i! liooil- liaxe a'l tieen i..nv
Hilly selected for lids market, and eovu
pils'o tlie lule-i and inn-t staple siyli In
CT All (food- ofieied will lie -old,
anil invoice- will lie eloed om legard-le--
I .V.I II
l.n.ee.'il IVrins ut sule!
.IAS. F. .WOKfiAN,
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Fifth Sunday alter Master. Ca
Holy Coniniuninn (Hawaiian )(' :oO
a. m. .
Litany U:!U a. in.
Morniiift 1'rayer 10 n. in. Sermon
by jjev. . ll.'Uarnes.
'Hawaiian Kvensong :i:!ib p. in. !
Sermon by Kl. Kev. tlie ItMinp of
Kveninp I'ra.M'r (1 p. in. Sermon
by Rev. II. H. CJowen. j
.Sr.coNi CostiKiMivnos Kev. A.
Mackintosh, pastor. Service- at i
II :Uri a. tn. and 7:30 p. in.
.ivti. I'CKNHIILD orfiifnr
$v 'S5h - L'ooni or Collage, In or
fciS5 liciif llouoluhi. Aililie
"t!. M.,M Ul'l.l.K'iiS Ollhv. .MS III
on N'liitami siieei. near
Illi'Mild, on eu-y let in-.
compllitig a book of
I3UKMISKS siiiiated at
Kiipidama. at invent
oecupled by Mr-, (iiuue.v.
I'os-esslon given on .lime J. ISOfi.
.'17 2w JOHN' F. COI.nL'IlN.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
I), diieetloiiof CLC1L IIKOW.V. the
I'se'eittor of tlie lat will and tistameiitnl
l'lillip .MllUin. deceased. 1 am diieeted
to -ell m I'nblle Auction, ai my -ale-loom
On SATURDAY', Mi'ti'ltli,
AT l:i O'CLOCK XOO..
The l.ile Ilnmeileail of the said l'lillip
Milton, being thai eoiialu property .situ
ate on llio iiiauka -Ida of King Mieet, In
-aid Honolulu, between the pieml-e-
ol .M. Ihinaii, K-., and Alex. Young.
The above Propel I) I- plauled with
fiull lice.-and giapn xiue-. and ha- an
aite-laii well from which there 1- now
an Income of .-'-'HO per aiuiuiii. Tide
pet feet, Abo, ai llio -nine lime anil
place, and hv the -nine dlieethui I -bull
-ell lh.it ee lam
Piece or Parcel el' Lini !
situate at Ixtilaokahiia. Honolulu, ail
jolnlug Hie premlM-H ol Charles Dndolt,
K'H and conlalnlng an aiea of .V.i-lilil
neie., Miltahle for a lioinestc.id. Title
tsa?" Deeds at the e.vpen-e of the pur
chasei. ,TAS. l SIOIUJAX,
;.l! nl Auctioneer.
Di:atii Ci.aiais I'aih.
So. of d.ij- -
aliet piooi- '?. "C
ol death . j
weieteeeiv- 5 i.2. g
cil, when 5 - '-
p.iymiiiit Z fr
wiisinade , y, i
On ilav proof.
xvnrew'il. n'.,!!.".!.!! li!-" l.UH liu.iia
On 1st day af
ter ice'pl of
proofs I1.-.,'II7.''S S7 o.-JI
On jildav.iVe. ill7,:i:tl..n 71s l.'"
ad ' " i:t(,L'8i.7fi ho l.wi
" iih " iiKi,!i:i:i.i:i 'i-i i.au
.-.ill 1 i-.'.nnu.iM) ,') i.sO
" (iih ' I77,0ili'..'jr 7 Li':!
"III " " H0,"fl.1.t!0 IS I (It
8th .-.L.nfi:.;io 11 o.i;o
luh si..-, !(!.::. i.ii.
" loth" iiii.!i!U..M Hi l.ll
diy- iST.aiii la bit 0."
After IK) and
r.o day- ... .so.niil.ii 7:1 1.1:1
Alter lin' davs
and oxer.-.. 'Wli.'!L7.0; 7(1 I .V.
In ism (i,e.,7!'7..lt l,rii! ino.iMl
tfi r irnr rv i aj r
H iHKN Xr.
. .ljjlji a j a ii.H.rvy lXJ J j
4i li'Olt'i" WA'IMCI'ri'.
iiavi: .ii'sr i:i:ci:ivi:i a vkiiy i.aiuii: a.s.-oi:imi:nt or
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Oonl' lni'iiiwliiiig'' Goods, &:., Arc.4
All will he sold ut lle.ihOiiabh) Piieen.
0T Our l)icHPniaking Department under the management 1,1 MISS
CLAKK will he ic-opened about May 12th.
OOUNEIt HOTEL & FOKT STKKMTS.
ew Goods. New Goods-
Tim theory of Life Assurance in
thai it provides ready. money at the
' moment when it is u'10-t likely to be
of value to the family of tlie' policy
holder or the executors of his estate.
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste !
Full Lines of Persian ftluils !
ALL AT -i.'i CK.VJ'S I'KIS YAI.'D
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LD,
5 III Sole Agents. tf
AT VKHY LOW PIMCKS-
Coinm JEolol & Fort Sl'H.
Her'MW C i
i, 'i, .,'m. iAiiV.fe4Jviiii;