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FKIDAV, MAY. 'JO, lMiO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD COBPAHVS
A. si. 1'. si.
I. 'live Honolulu H:0O L':oo
Airlve Muniiiiu ti:W L : IS
Leave .Miiniiiiii II :M COD
A I rive lloiiolulu ll:IM -1.18
A. SI. I". St. I'. SI.
Leave Honolulu... !i::'.i lariio :i:00
AiilvcMitmiii.i ..ilUMS 1 :1 :i : Im
Leave Miiiiiiim....ll:iii) l:i:i I :(.-,
Arrive lli,inlulii...l its .':::! -I:.':l
i . .' v. "'. .- .,.,-. ..
HawS S Australia, 7 days from Sum
It M s S ulaineda, Morse, lldys 171ns
4 1 1 til li from Auckland
Am tii'ii Alcalde, Smith, from Puit Luil-
Am turn .1 O N'orlli finm.Siiu l'lanoKi'o,
Stinr Kmilii fio'ii K'au.tl
Stiiir .1 A Cummins fi'oiu Ktuiliui
.stun .la Makcu flolll KtllWl
Slmr I.i'liiui fiom Humaktia
Hclir Kaullltia fur Kuhttl.u
.Slmr V ( Hail for Hawaii and Maul at
'i p in
HI mr i li llihop fur Wiiliuini', Wulaluit
ami Koolau at ! a in
VESSELS IHAVIti: TG-M0ilP.0W.
Ills Alex McNeil, Fills, for Kan I'lnn-
Selir Kaiilkeaou'l for Kohala
S S Alameda fui Mm franclsco at 11
rrnni San Franelsoo per .S S Austra
lia, Mav tit) A C Ahxrtuder, IV'i-s .Viav
JSMlluy.'r. II i:.iiliy, Mir .Mniul bald-
Win, VV I) liJlUWill, .SIM V VV lilllllOlt.
niotlici mill '.' children, .Mr. is A llovd.
Mifel'.utlls, Ml-.s Chit, W I) ( lu'rk,
MM Kiiiu01ark,.hrdgj.S Dole, Hon
II F Diiutilng mid wile. Ml- Duuiilnir,
i PGiiiland, V Goodale, Mis Claia
(Jiegorv, Mrs Iladdnu. lieu lliillad.iv,
lUvul Dowsett, K It Mhos Mr A '(
Hawes and ?on,.I A Hopper, Mrs J X
llollis. A lloulc, Mis Kob.it llowlaiul
ami lidatrphlcr. P It Hudson, L .luda,
t 'hat D Lnvclnnd and wife, Mr (1 W
Lowroy, Mi Luce, .Mrs A Mai tine,
Mis C MoL.ilne, Dr Henri MeOrew mid
wife, Ir A Mourltz, Mrs II Mather, Juo
Puiker, Palmer Parker, II 0 lViry,
Mls-i: DKall, ColZ.S Spalding, C i'
W Shlrf, wife ami 'J children. .Mis V
Thompson, 1 children and nurse, O J
Waller, .Mrs Welber, Mr- S 0 Wilder.
.Ui,j Helen Wilder, S (J Wilder, U K
Wolters and !J7 steerage.
I'nr Maul and Hawaii per stim W C
Hall, May SO for Volcano: Ml T-iilul
mid Sirs C! O Xakayama. Por wav
puviR: .1 U Parlj, jr, V Uood.ile, lion
il I' Jliildwlii, W Buldwhi, Mlsi Ilald
ln, .S Cenler nnd wife.
Fiom Huiuiikiia)crxtmr Iwa'iinl.Mav
llO-.Ino I)er,Mia Mills, A heliul, anil
From Hainakiia per atnir I.eliua, May
I'roin the Colonies per S S Alnmedu,
MuylHl-.l O Ilanuoii ami wife, S 11
lloure, .111 L'niuiuliis, A K llaiclay,
and 10'.' eablii and ll(') ble.ernj;e in tran
sit. SHIPPING II07ES.
Tlit-H K AuMralla. 11 t! Homllelle,
mister, sailed from Han Kranei-eo, l-'i I
tl.iy, May a:ld, at noon with (!!i eahln
anil 37 'pli'Gi'iigi) patcngcu. Fieluht
H-13 tons general niuicliaiuli-e. Lljjlu
N 12 trader, line weather and muiitli
eas. Importation;;: 2 hor.-e.-, -llr.0 j;all
heer. ami S50,"(lfl tiea-uie.
Advice from London received at the
Merchant' Kxclninu May "J2 statu th.it
the Ameilcau huik Saiunau, Captain
Shaw, from New York for i-an Diego,
has put in at Noutcvidco dismasted
Cnpt Gatler, foimerly of the lank
Ferris S Thompson, hu.- taken command
of the ship Guardian.
The S S Alameda sailed from Syduev
W."tak May Hth. UUchaiRed pilot at 4:."0 p
V 4ft - in;?topped for Auckland pilot 18th, at
J I.tJO p hi; discharged pilot VJth, at
1:27 pin; stopped oil Tutuilu y:id, at
uj.iuaui; baueii ai 11:111 a m, stop
ped for Honolulu pilot :ioih, at 1J
in. Time: from Auckland, II days
17hrs Umliii tioui Kydney, lii day
1.', lirs 17iii. Had liht wludnattd sinor.'tli
-eas the entire passage. Ouiwaid heat
The ctuir Iwalani hrouht -I."!-! bai,
The tein Alcalde, CiiptSiulth,brnnj;lil
to-day from Port Ludlow, 417, IIW feet
liuuhcr, 10.00J laths, and 1,1,1)00 lilu
le for Messis I. ewers ,: Cooko.
The Minr l.cliua lirnulii J.'.r.O hags
sugar and 110 held cattle. Itepnrtcd
that the Hakalaii mill broke down on
Monday and has siwpeudrd operation
tjr the present.
The bkt Jnu Worstor arrived at Ta
eonia, May -'I from Honolulu.
AN 1'IIANCIsCO MIII'I'I.NO NDWs.
Anlved May HI, hgt (Jnuntelo. 1.
days from Kaluilul; 17, bk Ceylon, Cal
houn, V.I tlnvi; 'H. bl. Allien llus-e,
Howaid, L'.' ilays; bk O O Whltmoie,
Ward, ilU day.-; bktn Modoe, Uin-ch, 'M
days, are nll'lioiu Honolulu.
Milled Mav '-':', bgt (Jeo II Douglass,
Harnett, for Ivahiilui; bkt s X Ca-lle.
llubbaid, for Honolulu; LM, bk Si' Al
len, Thouipsoii, bkt DUeovery, U'Nell,
both for Honolulu.
Tho .S(! Wilder was to leave on May
Ul, tliubkW li Oodfiey on 2.1Hi, and
bk Ceylon on idtli, all for Honolulu.
THE ASPHALT PAVEMENT.
The asphalt rock pavement, wliiuli
is to he put on I'urt street at the.
ollleeof Wililor's S. S. Co., was lie
p;iiii yesterday. Tito pavement
will lie us lmi'il mci, il is aiil,
when eolil iiml will lie nearly aaooil
ten yeaiH from the tinio it was lirt
unt ilown us the lli'ht diiy. An es
jieilmentul part of Hits job here in
the. iislny of Hawaiian Band, which
in eoarser than California saiiil tttiil
lia'3 eoiiaiilenihlo lime in it. The
portion laid does not look as smooth
m was expeeled. l'rolmlily the inn
terial was not sullleieiitly disnolved,
as Mr. Thomas, superintendent of
the Job, lemitiUed at the time.
LOOAL & USHlilJAL HEWS.
lias received Itetli nvlirs '
I'llANK lo puiM-r I'd. K
il fur in w
A.Ml'i.iin: Third ltnnl;
Mroui in Xew Vork is ttncliatiuei!
."iiju for Culm centrifugal.
C.WT.US' llolieitnin lias lecigned
Hie command of the Coiifiielo.
Tin: Au.-lialiii will cail for
Fiimcisco ul noon 1'riday next.
,l.s. F. Moigau will ti-ll fiiriiiluic
of Mm. li. D. Morgan on .luue !.
'I'm: Diitinnlly mid iiurn.s lliralii
eal combination nto on the Alameda.
Tnu S, S Alaniida will fail for Sun
Francisco tii-niotiow iniu'uing, at II
Mysik Lodge, U, of P., will hold a
.special iiieeliug at 7 o'clock tbip
Tin: wives of four odlceis of the
CliailcMon e.inic by the Aiutialia
A NfMiimt of I ho biiine.-.s limuch
cloed at noon tn-ilay in lecognition
of .Meuiiiii.il D.iv.
Tun seeoiid olllcer of the S. it.
Zc.il.iiidia lia.-j lehigucd hi. jouiiion
ml thill iteiiiner.
Mil. K II. Mile, brought duuu a
il.iiuly hniM' for llie lltli of .luue liy
llio Au.-tialia tn-iliiy.
Ifr.NtiY Dai.-'A Co. h.ivo received
('liniax li.iking powder mid rich pre
mill." going with it.
Prni:i! Sutliui has tln thank- of
(in IM'i.l i:us lor AiMlruliiiu papeis
ami oilier ii'v- fnvuiH.
Mit. A. llerbeil jiive-a pnly al liih
Wnkiki i.-uiinei' Ibin i N.'iiing in
honor of Mi.-. Ku Neiiuiaiili.
Tin: 'li inipit.it I'riei't'TH in a
gunii' Willi a lioiuiluki leani, at Ma
kiki, yesteidaj, beat the latter by
Tin: liooniiug of the Clint lc-tou
gun- to-day, aniioouced i.-itsof fun-.-iilar
and Di iiloiiinlic reprcsciitalivi'ti
to that esi'l.
Tin: Ii.iw.tiinii MiHiiui Childien''j
."ociety w ill hold u meeting, nt lb,'
le.-ideiiee of ,1. H. A llierlnii, S.iiiu
day evening, at V iI'.O o'clock.
Tiik S. S City of Poking will
pail fiom Han Finnnicn fur Hong
kong, June 1-1, fix (lilVM betni,. (be
Aiinti.tlia, tiiitl call at Honolulu.
TlIK Sunday School eomiec'ed with
tho Fiist Congregation of St. Andrew'-
Cathedral intend.- going to
picnic al Kwa on Saturday next.
.l.s. F. Morgan will fell hoiiMihold
fin nil me al the iCMtlencc of Mis. K.
F. Cameron, Fort ftieet, 10 o'clock
Caitain LarhCii, who will ictire
from the police force at the end of
the pieenl nioiilh, bus been pte
Menlcil with u wulch and lock-el by
ineiuiier.s of the police.
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Tin: Admiral, Captain and OIliceiM
of the l H. F. S, Chin leaton were pin-sentf-d
to tho King at the Palace this
morning; llio Hawaiian Hand was in
iiltciid.iiicu during the time.
Caitai.v Douglass of the O. S. S.
Co., who met with a serious accident
in .San Fiaucfoco recently, isiecover
ing, hut will not be able to attend to
biibiiic-i. for u month or two,
.It'sT before the oight o'clock hells
on the war vessels this morning, the
fore lop-gallant yard of the V, S. S.
Adanir., which was being sent up,
came down with a eniidi to Hie deck.
Tub stockholdcis of the Dioxiball
League will meet in llin Chamber of
Coinmcrco room, at 12 toO o'clock on
Saturday, for biibincJs in connection
with their charter and other nialteis.
Tun passengers on tho Alameda,
on sighting the i-liind this forenoon,
contributed a pui.-u of .Clo la Oil
(about JfC.")) for (ho Stranger's Friend
Society of Honolulu, to lie prcMuited
by Capt. II. (. Moiae, who had
gently (-uggesled the direction of t ho
passengeis.' benevolence. This is the
llrnt lime such a collodion has been
made on the up Me.iuier, and wa? a
very pleasing incident lo tho gallant
Tin: guests of the "Ailington" c;avo
an informal hop, in McTueiny Hall,
lift evening Tho hall was nicels
lixetl up for the occasion, being de
em, 'lied with flags and Mowers, and
I he floor was finely waxed for danc
ing. The Quintette Club played foi
dancing, and sandwiched in songs
with good voices. Neatly piinlid
programmes, with 12 dances, were
fiirni-lied. About llfty persons at
tended, and altogether I he. affair was
Special Services at Central Union
Church, tit 7:10.
Hand conceit, at Hawaiian Hotel,
at 7 :.'I0.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
Special meeting of .Mystic Lode,
K. of P., at 7.
BEATING THE RECORD.
On the last outward trip of the
Alameda shebealall former tecotd-,
Honolulu to Auckland, 11 days,
1 hr., of m.
San Krancisco to Auckland, 17
days, L2h., Iflm.
San Francisco to Sydney, 21 days,
Auckland In Sydney, .'1 days, lOli.,
DALLY UUT,W-L'JNl UOUULULU, Ji. 1.
i mni? TPnrc'f knmw
FutiiAV, .May .'10.
The l.egi.-lnlivo Assembly' was
called lo otdi r at Hi o'clock.
lien. K'uiiielianlc pt cent id a pe
tition from .Mnlokni that llie laws I
relalintr lo taNalioh be mi aiuetided
us to make tnc- nioie equitable on
alt ela-sc.s; that heavy penalties lit:
laid on tax assc-sors and collectors
lor neglect of their duties; that.lhc
lime ol sitting of ta appeal boaids
be changed to alter the collection of
taxes. Judiciary committee.
Xoblc I'ii.i present) da petition
fiom District .1, lloiiolulu, that $!!,
000 be approptialcd for improiug
the ni'id lioin llaleuai to, tha Insane
Asylum. Laid on tabic to In: con
sidered ith Appropriation P.ill.
Kep. Wiiipuilaui piesetiled a peti
tion from Kona, that 810,000 be
appropriated for building; a road
fiom Hookcim lo Xaponpoo, and
Si 000 for tnakinjc a road Hum lloo
kena lo the landing. Public lauds
Ilcp. It. V. Wilcox, from the com
mittee on miscellaneous petition-,
icported on petitions lor iimetid
ment of ccituin aitieles in the Con
stitution, that the present Mini-liy
be dismissed for cau-ing discord,
that (Joveriiiiieiii olllecrs be elected.
L'uiiiiniltec reconimciiil that as the
petitions pei tain to changes of law
they be transli ired to the judiciary
Kep. lvniiia aid .similar petitions
were tabled ve-tcrday on the reuom
iiiendalion of the Judiciary comniit
tee. 'J'hc table was a very good
place lor these petitions also, ami
he mocil lliey lie so plac.'il. Lar
lied. Mini-ler Ashford aiinounced the
Hawaiian veision ot his Hepartmenl
iepoi t a.s ready.
Minister Austin asked for liullicr
time for his answi-r lo rcipicsl for
corresipoiideucii on tieaty matters,
Minister Tliuiston moved a reso
lution that the Sergeaut-at-Arm.s be
instructed to ptesent to each mem
ber of the pies a copy of each bill
anil report presented to the llouc.
in order that the correct icporl
mg of the proceedings of t In
House might be facilitated. Some
nieuibei-i of tho press had com
plained to him thai they could
not gel i cports and bills. It had
always been Hie practice to furnish
them to the icporter in the House.
Xoblc Coruwell gave notice of a
bill to piovide for ipu'eling of title
estates and interest in real pioperty.
Kep. Xawahi moved that the fol
lowing items be inserted in the Ap
propriation Hill : Volcano road,
$75,000; roads in Hilo, 830,000;
roads in Puna, SflO.OOO. Laid on
table to be considered with the hill.
Hep. Kapaehaole moved that SHOO
he appropriated for repairing the
wharf and landing at Pukoo, Molo
kai. Laid on table for considera
tion with the hill.
Xoble Midler read a llrst time by
title his bill to prevent insect blights
and Insect pests.
Mitiibtcr Damon read a first time hy
title his hill to amend chap. 1!!, laws
of iy.1t, to provide a hospital for
sick and disabled seamen. Aln, his
bill for the transfer of revenue
stamp to tins I'oslmuster-ticiieral.
Hep. Kidiookano moved to iiiseit
in the Appropriation Hill S(!50 for
Hie road lroiu Puiialtiu and llouoka
uanui In Kohala, SI! 00 for a leuce
round the courthouse in Kohala, and
SlfiOO lor erecting a lockup for
lite District of Xorlh Kohala. Laid
on the table for consideiation with
okiii.u or Tim pay.
Hep. llrown moved the order of
the day. Carried.
Second reading of a hill to limit
the issue of licenses for selling spi
Minister Thur.-ton wa looking
over the committees to see which
was the most appropriate one for the
reference of this bill, lie saw a
member of the committee on com
merce blinking hi list at the bill.
He thought a special committee
should be appointed on all liquor
bills, and moved accordingly.
Hep. Hush said lie had intended
to move that this bill be considered
in committee of the whole Tuesday
next, but, remembering that there
were other lulls on the same subject,
ho would support llie motion of the
Minister of Interior.
Hep. Xawahi spoke of llie evils
of dt ink ami thought the bill ought
to be. discussed in committee of the
The motion carried ami the Presi
dent look time to appoint a select
Second reading of a hill to pro
vide for the commitment of dipso
maniacs to the Insane Asylum.
Hep. llrown thought this a very
good bill and that llie 1 Ioiisc should
deal with it at once. Ho moved an
amendment to piovide that patients
who weie able should pay for their
own maintenance in the hospital.
Xoble Crabhi! moved au amend
ment that commitments be for six
months instead of twelve.
Minister Thornton thought that
unless a hill was extremely simple
it was best lo refer it lo some com
mittee, llu moved il be leferretl to
the sanitary committee.
Minister Ashford was in sympathy
witli the purpose of the idll, and
I I1U UDUllJ
thought the oanitniy committee wat
the proper one. lie would u,",el
that the committee carefully con- ,
sider the proiion lh.it the ph.'i
ciau have discretion to it.-iirrest a
discharged patient without procom '
of law. He was iufoi tiled that this :
was a copy of iho Ala-sacliusetts '
law, but he thought the coinuiilUo !
ought to well con-idcr the gieat J
scope of power given the physieiai.. j
Noble Marsden uppiovcd of the
temaiks of the Allorncy-tteiieral.
Discielioti should he given the phy
sician in the other diicctinn as well
as that in the bill. He would move
au amendment that the term of the
patient, tuny lie extended "or less
ened" at liic disciction of the phy
sician. Hep. Maiiiies considered the in
tci;tinu of the bill good. He called
attention to Sec. II which he thought
Noble Wiilemanu approved of the
iuteiil of the bill, but it seemed to
htm there was something wrong in
the llrst section, requiring salisfac
toty evidence to be furnished to a
judge that the person is not ot bail
tepiite or character. Is this then
for eentleinen only? It might lie
unconstitutional on the ground of
being class legislation. (Laughter.)
Hep. V. bite moved that the bill
he indefinitely postponed. If pjs,et1
it would cut the throats of native
Haw.'iiiaus. Government phsiciau
ari! under the thumbs of sugar
planters, and if a planter take a dis
like to a native he can send him to
the asylum. The judges are under
the sugar planters sugar bag- on
lop, the judges "iiudernc'ith.
The President ruled that, unless
these speeches were lor the bencllt
of the committee, the di-ciis-ion
was out of older.
Hep. Kapscluiolc moved lliu bill
be rcfcricd lo the judiciaiy com
uiiltee. Hep. Xawahi coiisidcicd the lion,
member wanted to get the bill away
Horn ids own committee (sanitaiy)
to that of which the speaker was a
member. The House ought to be
scry careful of this lull because its
provisions tuny apply to many mem
bers of the House. Many member
of the House that passed the law
for the segregation of lepers had to
come jntler its provisions, lie was
in favor of reference to the sanitary
Hep. Ivalua moved the previous
question which carried.
The motion to refer the bill lo
the sanitary committee prevailed.
Most of the native member. voted
for indefinite postponement.
Hep. Kalua moved the lloti-e. ml
joiiru till .Monday morning al 10
Minister Damon said the bill for
expense- of the Legislature was an
impoi taut one, and asked the lion,
gentleman to su-pcud his motion.
This being done the lull pa-sed thiid
The House at 11 :l." adjourned till
THE FRENCH SPY.
A grand closing of the season of
tue iiijou i oineity company was
made in the production of "The
French Spy" in the Hawaiian Opera
House, last night. It wus given un
der the auspices and witii the assist
ance of Co. A, Honolulu Hilles, as
a benefit to the Iiijou Company.
Probably theie has never been a
drama presented here with more, if
as much, scenic effect and brilliancy.
The battle between French and Arab
soldiers, both sides being represent
ed by the rank and file of Co. A,
was remarkably well done. It was
indeed so realistic as to hold the
audience spell-bound, until the ad
miration broke out in loud applause.
A similar scene as the finale of the
last act was equally effective, and,
before retiring, the audience had the
curtain raised twice on the tableau.
There was a good deal of fun in
the play, too. Mr. Horace Kwing's
love-making and ten or-stiicken con
duct when in danger kept the
audience laughing. Mi-, Li..ie
Lingham created great enthusiasm
by her charming appearance in the
double role of Mathildc and Henri
in both being the "French Spy."
Her make-up was exquisite and her
acting delightful. .Miss Lillian X.
Alwood opened the play, in presence
of the French out-post, by singing
hi clear and correct tones the song
of "love and lilacs." Shu was very
engaging in the byplay and dance
of the llr-t act.
Miss Iinogcue Hbeile in the llrst
act was "Mrs. Diibourg," ami in
the two last au Arab retainer of the
Hev. Siie acted both paits well.
Mr. W. L. Hobeits a "Col. do
Courcy," and Mr. Fred. J. At wood
as "Sergeant Diibourg" curried
themselves satisfactorily. Of local
auiateures, Mr. W. II. lloog-gavea
lirsl-rate representation of "General
Damremont," and Mr. Thus. P.
Walker in that of the "Capt'itn''
was up lo professional excellence in
both line and acting. The Arab
contingent of Co. A made up finely,
the Frenchies being in the Huifoiiu
of their corps.
There was a large audience. The
Hijotis are to be congratulated on so
brilliant a cln-c of a sea-uu that has
been quite satisfactory to tho play-
going community. Co. A is worthy
of praise lor recognizing the merits
of the troupe with ueh a successful
Fletcher Harper, of Harper &
Bros., publishers, New York, is
John W. Holosou, fastest tele
graph operator in America, lias died
from a bicycle accident,
MAY 80, 18H0,
Hy the ('. A'. '. roti'ton.)
In the House on the 20th Me
Kenna made a splendid speech in
support of hi-1 amendment providing
for a reduction of about ill! percent
on siigir from the present law,
whli.li he "aid was a loucr duty limn
under the Mills bill. He tai'tl the
tariff hill a a whole wa biae but
the sugar schedule could not be
justified upon the principle on winch
the bill was based. L not sugar as
capable of being produced a tin
plate or wool? Sugar to-day is at
a leasonable price, yet at the ame
litre afford a large revenue without
a sensible burden to the people.
Sugar is cheaper In the Initcd
States than in any country except
Hnglaud. Is bounty a protection'''
No; it i simply a parasite on the
treasury, a beggar upon the Govern
ment, and creates suspicion and fur
nishes spies nit sugar manufactur
ers. Debate was limited to two hum
and a quarter. McKeuna spoke
neatly half an hour. He hud the
attention of the whole House and
the galleries were crowded.
Tomsk, tho capital of Western
Siberia, has been isilcd simul
taneously by lire anil -torni, the re
Milt being the destruction of three
quarters of the town and the los of
hundreds of lives. The people were
panic-stricken, and believed the end
of the world had come. The storm
was followed by u midden fall in at
mospheric I empet attire, and the de
vested city became mantled with
snow, adding lo tl.e disties of the
siiff ei er.s wlio had escaped death.
Sir Francis do Wintou, formerly
Governor of the Congo Fic. State,
has been appointed Gnctnnr Gen
eral of Hiitish Knst Africa, and will
lose no time in entcritur upon his
duties, lie i- accompanied by sev
eral energetic olllcer and other of
the Hritisli llasi Africa Company,
which is determined to push its expedition-
into the interior without,
delay. It was hoped that Stanley
might be induced lo accept the ap
pointment, but German aggression
lias made the condition of affairs;
1m Krtrit, ,t I r ml,, i!t ..I t.'.ittiiirr
A Norwegian expedition will
shortly start in search ol the North
Pole. The route to be followed is
based upon the theory that the arti
cles belonging to the .feauucltc,
found on the 18th of June, throe
years after the disaster to the ship,
at a point directly opposite the
pole, must have followed a supposed
submarine current, which, leaving
the arclupil.igo at Xew .Sihciiu,
must have conveyed them to the
Greenland colony, where they were
found at a place called Julian
Sliaab. The Meteorological Bureau
at Christianity alter three years'
study, has coneliidid that a direct
route exists, crossing llie Polar re
gions. This t onto will be taken.
Stanley is full of the idea of trans
porting negroes from the Southern
Slates lo Africa. The lpncrCoui;
resembles Arkansas, .Miissippi,'nd
Louisiana, without their swamps.
Hiisscll Harrison, on of the Pre
sident, lias stated in au interview
that "the President stands upon the
Republican platform of 1888, which
pt utilised a i evisiou of the tariff and
additional silver legislation. He i
anxious that thee promises shall be
carried out. 1 am sure he would
sign any satisfactory bill on these
Application will be made in a
short time for a writ of habeas cor
pus lor the release from jail of the
Chicago anarchists Ficlden, Schwab,
and Neebe, on the ground that they
are detained without due proce.-s of
law. General Butler i retained in
The Louisiana Lottery Company
litis olfered for an extension of its
privilege for 20 year $I,0ufl,000 a
6'tfi t'mnviwit, May V'.i, cr X. N.
.lie HI n ley liltl J'n-s.il.
The Mclvinley tariff bill, which
take all the duties olf sugar, was
ru.shed through the House of Ilepie
hcntativcs May SM. Jt pa-sed by a
strict party vote, except lhat Cole
man (Hep.) of Louisiana voted with
the Democrats in the negative. The
vote was- aye. Kit, nay I I-'.
Dramshop keeper have been no
tified to leave the Grand Lodge of
Oddfellow of Missouri, on the
gioiind that the constitution cncIihI
etl person'! not having reputable
mean. of suppotl. The question
may be letted in the courts.
A large pottion of the village of
Milford, Vtnh, has been destroyed
by llie started by diiiiikcu men,
il is said to be the intention of
the Senate Finance Committee to n
pnrl a siih-tiltrU1 lor the Mclvinley
Thu majority of the House Judi
ciary Committee has agreed lo a
favorable report upon a joint rcso- j
lotion providing for a constitutional
amendment, to grant the light of
suffrage, to women.
f J. MonioShellcnberger, forger ami ;
' tlefaukei", was sentenced at Daylcs-
ton, Pa., lo L'l' years imprisonment.
There were I" indictment against (
Ga workers in Germ my are on ;
strike, the striker have been cre
ating riots. The police have had to
charge with naked swords. Damage
has been done to properly. The
situation is considered critical, anil
troops luvis been called out,
i . -.-.ijjsj-f--. t
(.'apt. X.ilih-I.i, military n-'en! (
Hie American Government, found
eu:n nation of Europe straining
every nerve in war preparation.
He considers Germany best pre
pared for War. Dngland can de
tentl by laud or sea whatever she
has lo defend, and in the event of
win may hold the balance of power.
JftisMa I in a state of iitireadines?.
X.alinski got the most valuable sug
gestions from the smaller Power.
He iloe not think the next war will
bebetwLuii Germany and Fiance. It
H far more likely that tlitlleultie.i
will begin by trouble between Ger
many and lt'ussia.
The new British gunboat Thrush
.sailed from Kngland, 2L'd, tor the
Xorth America and West Indiu sta
tion, under command of Prince
George, second son of the Prince of
The relations btweeu the Pontiff
and llie Italian Government arc so
bitter thai thcic i- some talk of the
Pope retiring lo the L'yrol. where
the population is intensely Catholic
and animated with a incdiiv-val de
votion to Hie Holy See. There, is,
however, no outward simi that Pope
Leo has any intention of Icavim; the
Mr. S. M. Sayford preached lo a
very large audience in the church
last evening on certain indulgence
winch interfere with Christian living
and activity. IIi text, was from
Horn. 12 :-'--"Be not conformed to
thi world," and he spoke most
i earnestly ami clearly on eard-play-
rnir, riicalie-going, drinking, danc
ing, etc., all of winch arc hurtful to
the individual apart from the spirit
ual side of the question. At the
close lie asked il he had Mt-tnliied
his side of the question, and the
lieaity response by lising, -bowed
that the inajoiily believed that he
had. This di-coiirsc was by special
requet and was thoroughly appre
ciated by the large number present.
Mr. Sayford prcadies litis even
ing in the. Union Church, the last
i meeting of this series of set vices-.
Hr. A. .Mouril., who left here for
a trip abroad, not long ago, with au
eye lor btisine.-s. returned to-day.
Mis. Luce has come home. She
wa met on the steamer by her Min,
W. S. I. nee, ami received further
welcome from relatives and friends
on the wharf.
Justice S. It. Dole has returned,
apparently in gootl health and
Dr. Henri McGrcw and wife, who
were looked for the last steamer,
have come, and were warmly greet
ed. Col. Z. S. Spalding has relumed,
Mr. S. G. Wilder and S. G.
Wilder, jr., are among those who
have come home..
The familiar names of Alexander,
Hailey, lbdtlwin, Dowsett anil Hop
per are noticed on the passenger
Tho wives of Capt. Morse anil
Purser Sutton are returning to San
Francisco on the Alameda.
.v lAitriK in voter, or ot i:
"('liiiiiif Baking Powder
Crystal Onyx & Adamantine
Will be opened niul ill'playcd mi Sat
urday. .Mav .11 si.
Henry Davis & Co,
is:, or iJ
npilKRP. will he a special meeting of
1 Mv-tle Lodge No. '-', K. of P.,
THIS (Fiiilay) KVKNINC. May .".0,
l'Ju. ut 7 o'clock sharp, at Ca-lle Hull.
King i-treet, to confer the Ampllllid
Thhd Hank. Per older.
Cr:t. C. H'L'JtATKMKYKK,
MiS It K.oflt. ,vm.
L) I (iitntl JSeei
lie W fulfil. Call at
?) Mis. MTlllf,',
Fori .street, inline
(iDI.D (Hove rillttoiier marked
"K N." Dellvtiv bv liiiiler will
rewaidetl bv Paul Nrmn.iiiu
DK lT:'.".:i, dated May 1, 100. drawn
by tJsiy iV llobln-oii on J. T. n
terhous'e fur &i:tr.'.ll In f'tvor of Naka
niiir.i his been lost. Payment Usioppul.
Anyone Uniting tin: ah.ivo (ball will
plen-,1- return It to t hnl.ui ,v 'o. rxc, lw
D It V FT drawn by Cay A llobln-oii
ou.l.T. Waiorlioiisi) for tfiai.f's.
in favor of Aktiuuua ami cmloi-ed by
Akaiuura and Ahl.o. Not ceitalu about
the number ot tents. Pn merit Is
stopped, .".fits L'vv
I?CHNISIIi:i) or Cnfur
1 nibbed Hootus. slnuly or
JESSSS hi suite, on Kin
tho Kofoimatorv .School.
airy; bathroom connected.
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SEYEKNi ANNUAL MEETING
nawBiian Jockey Club
r.ACii to Cosaiviuc nt 10 O'clock Bliarp,
hi fUce ' QUEEN'S PLATE." $100.
J'ree for all.
., Mile Da-b.
2nd nace-'TUTURITY STAKtS." Sweep
KCXXINC. HACK. . MhVhash.
Hawaiian bu-d t! vrar olils. Kiitik-elo-ed
June 1, l-'jo.
3rd Itacc "KING'S PLATE." $75.
waltaii hied Inn -is.
. best 2 ill :t. to
4th Itacc "WAIKAPU
KCXNINt; HACK. ., Mile. Dn-b.
1'iec for alt. Winner to heat the
hi old of Hancock, 1 :10!.j.
C'.h Hace "HAWAIIAN DEHUY." Sweep,
stakes $50 wii'i Jockey Club Cup
KC.vxiNc; i:ci:. i Mite sMi.
II u'..iil.in bred avvarol'!'. Knlile
eloed .71 1 lie 1, 1 !!')).
Gill ftacr ""'.VAIMANAL0
TliOITlNOKinllWCiXC. a minute
ela-s. H.'-t j in ,i. Free for all to
lorries. Plate to lu-comc property
of one v. Inuiii" It twice.
Jlh V.lCt I.UNAMAKAINArA
KL'NNISn HACK. v Mile Heats,
l'.e-t 1! In :i. Hawaiian bred.
B.ti ttace-'-P.OSITA CIIAt LEKCE CUP."
St 00 added.
JtCXXlNO HACK. I Mile Dash.
Five lor all. Winner to heat the
record of "Angle A.,"' 1 : I5..
Raco-"KAPI0LAM PAHK PLATE."
for all. Ucst
i, to Inn in--.
tOlli Rice "OCEANIC
NOVKLTY ItAlJF.. 1 Mile. Dash.
Hawaiian hreil. l-t, '.'nil anil :ird
Quarter, Si,", each ; Last (gunner,
fc.M) and Cup added.
I Hit Race "VICE-f RESIDENTS
Flee for all.
Itace "HIS MAJESTY'S CUP." 51 00
Itl'NNINf! HACK. Mile Da-li.
13th Race POST MATCH.
TliUTTING and PAfilXO. 820
Kaeb. Free for all. To be driven
by niPinheis of the Hawaiian .loe
14th Race "KAIWEHAMEHA PLATE." tl 25
!.. Mile I)a-h.
15lh RACf "PONY RACE." $75 wild Rac
ing Saddle from Ihn. II. A. Wide
1 1 hands and under.
Fur all Point's
Hawaii. in but!.
All entries to elo'-e at 12 o'clock noon,
on Weducsil'iv , .lime I. lM.if), al the
olllci: of the M-cii'tai y, and all enir.inn'
too- to he 10 per cent. iu:!e-s othcivvl-u
All races to he run or trotfcil under
the i tiles of Iho Hawaiian .lockey Club.
All lior-e- aie expected to -tari mill-
draw u by Uo'iluck noon, on ,lilue 10,
All hnr'cs sue expected to appear on
the Hack at the tap of the bell fiom the
Judge's. Stand, otherwise will be thiol.
Aduits-lou 00 et-
To (Ji and Stand, ixtia..fio et3 it 61
Can luges, inshle of coulee.. ...yj.oo
(Jimiterhr retch badges t'C'.CO
r-eereiarr II. J. C
Ex. Alex, McNeil
-POH SALE Y-
Hawaiian Man Go.,
"JiTRS. CSHOHNK I now prepared to
ItJl give, hi-truetloiis la Fancy Work
at "Tho Arlington," .llouui C. Clas
Lessons: Monday, Wedtiestlays and
Fildays. Privuli! lo-son- by special
arraiigeinent. Stamping aiid order
promptly atteuilud to. fcbLM-ly
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