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Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves & FisctuLres
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCI1KN UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GTCAY and SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
"Water Closets, "Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nus. 'Jo & 1)7 KING STREET.
OH AS. II U ST ACE,
1MPORTEII AND DILYLKK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
Hew Goods Received by Every
W All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed w ith eare.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
BOTH TELEPHONES 1!10-
Provision Sealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO,
IMPOItTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
Now Ooods Kcceived by Every Packet from tlio Easturn Status and Euioiie.
PHESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE HY EVERY STEAMER.
All Ordurs faithfully attended to ami Goods delivered to any part of tlio City free.
Inland Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Hlast Corner Fort cSo King Streets.
A SHIPMENT OF
Fishhrand Oil Clothing
- FOR BALK JJY
THEO. H, DA VIES & CO.
TT TVT T WT I ' '
AJ-jiXlA J. VV Al
AFMIST-CLASS FAMILY 1IATJII
Ki.kiirt nt. U'ulklkl. Train cars l
tlio guto. Spciilul arruiib'oniutiU van bo
made for Family I'louics and hvunlng
tiattilnu Purtlus, ' ' WfU '
Steamer from San Fraucisco
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-P. 0. 1!0X 207
-1. O. l!OX lir..
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J whi ii'nw
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At $8 Per Cord-CASH
fWASl) DELIVERED -Ol
iJOHN F. COLBURN & CO.
Dnilii llulUiin, 60 cml month,
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NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
l'loe to the Itnilroad, belnn Mr. Waller'"
Hrcwcrj, to be held on
Wednesday, April 5th,
PJJOM ):?M A. M. TO 7 P. M.,
Under llif niamig incut of Ma- Vu,io
and Mr.-. i 1 1 a. of UtiHii. tilled by
many White and Hawaiian Ladle. '
Supcrhihuided bv l!i. Fvtiii.ii CirMi:i',
for Church Purpose.
Twi Tables povi'ign and Hawaiian; (Irab
Boxes; ltallle; hols and Plow er Ta
ble": lee ('ream and I'andj
Tables; Scales; Ete.
NO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE. CHARGED.
Two llliio Plug Tables Tickets ;:" Celits.
One Pink Flag Tablo - Tickets fU 'ents,
The Hand of St. Louis College will play
during the wlmle day Mivornl ol their b'aii
tiful pieces; and the Sunday School Choir
of Father ("lenient will sing -ome ui their
best -ongs, ll to make, of llie occasion not
only a lucrative day, but iiImi a cry e'ijoy
able one for everyone.
g.SF Trains will run at Ucur-iii ii.ites
from lliinolulu and Mo.inalua to tin' l-'a'.r
(lioiinds every half hour from !l . i t(. I
i'. m.j every hour from 1 to . r. m.j even
li'tlt Iwiill' iiirniti trittt t In T
y Tickets for the Limn nn.v be bid '
any time alter Tue-ilay, Miireli I It'll. I
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iTIS"- Tiekut for Trains (round trip),
only Jo cents, will bedeliveied n( the Depot
on tho two preceding dius. Apiil ,!d and
The names of all the Ladies who will
ple.i-e titUo ehaifie of the tlilVelent Tallies
of the Fair and Lima will be published as
soon as they ale well known. Ii7"-td
.1. Levey. .. .
Scries of Interesting Incidents in
Adapted for tlieSlinio by I lie II w mi Povoi
DuMrn' On., to be presented in Kiu;-
Ii-li bv Native Hawaiian on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 3th,
Two Acl-, entitled;
ady x Twilight'
New Scenes !
New Co3tumos !
Now Songs I
A Musical Interlude by the Company:
Ovi'i'tuie .ll.iwaiian l'.ind
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Char.ietern by the Company.
ffip- A Set of Kealistie Seenery ha- been
specially detuned anil panned' for the-o
Prices as Usual 50c, 75c, & $1.00.
?'Sk- Pok Plan open at l.ev's wheic
Tickets can be had for all p.iit- of llie
The following ehoieebil of won painting
oeeur- in Hawthorne'- .Maiblc Faun:
' Women ho they of what enitiilv rank
thoy may, however gifted wilh inlellect or
jjeniil",!)!' endowed wit haw fill beauty , have
ulwiiy--iiiiii-little li'iniliwork ic.idy'to fill
the tiny pip of every vacant liniment. A
needle i- in mi liar tu I lie linger- oi them all.
A cpiecn, no doiiln, plies ii on oeea-Ion J the
woman poet can ue it it- udruitlx a- her
pen; the woman's eye, I lint has discovered
a new star, tains from ll- glory to -end ihn
poli-heil Lido In-lniin' nt lit.'.miii iiIoiik
the hem 01 lift' kerchief, or lodntnn 'tf-iial
finj in lienlii".... And they have really
the advantage of lis in this respect. The
slender tin end of -ilk or col I on kups I hem
iniiled with the sinnll, fiiiiilll.ii', gentle in
terestsof life, the continually operating in
Ihiencesuf which do somiieli lor the health
of the character, anil carry oil' what would
oiherwi-ii bo a danacioit- accumiilalion of
mill bill .-cn-ibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electrh; line,
stretching from the thionc to the wickci
chair of the humble -l seamstress, and
keeping high anil low in a -pedes of com
munion with their kindled beings."
Housewives, while you ply the needlu,
have you over relleeted on the vicissitudes
of life? feci) to it that your husbands pro
vide for tho futuic wellaie of their families
bv at once appUing for a I'oliev In J he
LliUITAIII.I. L1IV. AXjl'ISAXVi: hO
1'IKTV of the L'nlleil Mate-. No more
suitable gill could be ottered In you.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
deneitil Agents for the Iluwallan Islands
Lijilitnblc Life A-siiraiieu Koiieiy of the
M. L. MINER, D, V, S.,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OPKICK: IIOTLL hTAIlLHS.
nri'n r. not its:
S to 10 a. m.; l:.:u to IL.'iii p. m.
I2r IlKdinr.xi i:: With Dr. I'. L. .Miner
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Leg- to iiolify the public that be has re
ceived pel Si. h. "Moiiow.ii" an
Lk'h'lUlt A-nul tllll'lll ol
Continued from Jet Page.)
conuliolugisl for many years om
ploycd by tho Smithsonian Instilii
tion, loavoa his grand collection of
shnlls ami mnrinu plants to tlio Illi
nois Wcsloyan Univorsitj'. It was
reported just after his death that
the folleetion would go to Stanford
University, Cnl. It includes many
speeiinetiH found in no other collec
tion and is valued at SJO.OOO
Prairie fires have Leon raging for
two days in western Kansas. boven
fanners wore caught between two
ll res and perished.
Superintendent Byrnes has closed
llu .Now1 York poolrooms. A law
was passed six years ago allowing
the sale of pools only on race tracks
within certain months of tho year.
This law has been constantly oviulod
by the owners of pool rooms taking
people's money on commission to bo
sent out to the tracks for betting
purposes. Years agi tho police
could have brought this gamo to it
test, and the open question now is
why Byrnes has started in to do
what ho could have dono at any
time since the passage of the law.
Throe men have been indicted at
Fiomio for the murder of L. 13.
MeWhirtor in San Francisco hist
August. The accused are Hicbard
S. Heath. Frederick Pol ley and -an
Deene & Co.' scot ton warehouses at
Booties, near Liverpool, have been
burned; loss, .?.")0(),(KK).
Mr. Gladstone and hord Salisbntv
are both ill. At the latest tho Pre
mier had improved enough tocon
duct his coriospondenoo.
At a spci'ial mooting of the Dublin
Synod ol the J'rotostaut Church of
hi'land a resolution was unanimous'
, , j 1 t 1 1
i.v Iiassea coiiiieiiiinngi no insc iiomo
Many anarchists wore arrested at
Madrid yostoiday and several bomb
factories and small printing shops
were raided and the contents were
seized, iiiepoiioo secured a largo
amount of anarchist litoraturo and
explosives. An Italian was surprised
in the act of charging a bomb. Ho
dropped it. (ho engine of death ex
ploded and ho was killed instantly.
Nobody else was injured.
A despatch from Tabora an
nounces an important German suc-eos-.
in East Africa. After threo days
of lighting tho Germans, under
Lieutenant Prince, captured a forti
lied town held by Chiof Sikki, who,
with a numbor'of followers, were
slain. Sikki's death removes one of
the greatest obstacles to German
progress in Africa.
Iiigloy & Harvey, stock brokers of
Liverpool, have failed. The liabili
ties exceed tho assets by 125,000.
A London special says: The default
caused 'losses in London of 125,000.
Tho defaulters wore largo bulls in
American shares. The Heading re
ceiver's report is somewhat better
than expected here, but there is no
prospect of the company raising
monoyjiore. Tho disposition every
where is to leave Americans suvoroly
A nUITISlI ENVOY &XUUBED.
The Ameer of Afghanistan has
written to the Viceroy of India that
he will not meet Lord IJoborts to
confer as to tlio trouble among tho
tribes on (ho Indian frontier. The
Ameer claims tho right to deal with
those tribes according to the sacred
laws of his people and objects to in
terference from tho outside. He
says the arming of Afghans is de
signed to meet an attack from either
England or liusia. Ho professes a
special friendship for England and
a readiness to co-operato with her in
any feasible plan lor preserving tho
integrity of the northwestern Iron
tier. Tho Afghans are greatly ex
cited by tho rumors of a coining at
tack by the British. The Ameer has
the 'gout. .
THE lllUTISlI IX INDIA.
The British recently occupied
C'hilas, beyond Chitral. with a garri
son and fortified tho place with tho
intention of holding it permanently.
The mountain tribes made an at
tack on tlio fort, which was bravely
defended by the British. The con
ilii'l wilt, desperate and sanguinarv,
and the natives weio at length driv
en oil' with a loss of 200 men. Tho
British (hen took tho aggressive and
marched against the entrenched vil
lages of tho hostile tribes, storming
village after village under command
of Major Dauiell, who himself was
shot through (ho heart. Every point
occupied by tho ho.stile natives was
carried, tho British losing twenty
eight killed and thirty wounded in
the light. Tho tribesmen, (.hiding
Ihoiiirtclvos unable to resist any
longer, submitted to British author
ity. The result of the struggle great
ly strengthens tho British position
at what was considered its weakest
point in tho vicinity of Hindy Kush.
THE (Kil'AL .SCENE,
There was another exciting scone
in the Chamber of Deputies to-day,
says a Paris despatch of tho Mth.
M. Clagny said ho wished to cpios
tion M. Dcboissorin ruirardiiiur bis
alt auk vestordav on Mine. Cotlu
President Porrior refused to ienuit
the (pie.stiou for the reason that tho
debate had boon closed.
Paul Derouludo complained that
the ollicial report of the debate had
suppio-.seil his expression that the
(loveriiment was a government of
liars. Tirard, Minister of riuaucu,
left his scat and walked toward De
loulede, shouting abusive terms at
the Houlnugisl champion. A gen
eral uproar followed iu all parts of
the chamber. At length quiet was
restored and Tirard returned to his
place and proposed that Dorouledo
should bo censured and excluded
temporarily from the house.
i Dorouledo exclaimed: "If I am ex
pelled 1 will go to the country and
declare that the Chamber is thirst
ing lor lies and could suit listen to
I tlmlnith." t I
This created a new sensation, and
'Ultimately, at the request of the
piesideut, Dorouledo withdrew tho
( olleiirtivo oxpro.sniouw.
' The I rial of Charles do Lost-ops
and felhm-defeudanth is proceeding
i bufnie large crowds in Pari. No
1 new scandals wore developed on the
I la-it day inported.
One of tho Hawaiian Commis
sioners has a long article in tho
North American Jloviow in favor of
American annexation, but a busy
man can save a great deal of timo by
reading only ono page, as that con
tains tho gist of tlio whole. Mr.
Thurston snows that MoKiuloy was
tho author of all Hawaii's woes, as,
by the free admission of sugar, his
tariff bill "cut on all protection at
ono stroke from tho $25,000,000 of
American capital invested" iu tho
Islands. Ho goes on:
"Tho price of sugar belonging to
Americans in Hawaii was reduced in
round numbers from .?U0 to Jot) a
ton. The same amount of sugar
produced in Hawaii, that sold for
12,150,018 in 1891), will sell for only
50.5103,001 in 1802, a reduction of 55,
15)5,oll, or 12 2-3 percent, and tho
elfect has been to reduce tlio selling
price to, or les's than, the cost of
production, on nil hut a few of tho
most favorably located plantations.
AVith rate exceptions, plantation
stock is unsalable. It is inevitable
that, if present conditions continue,
an immense amount of capital in
vested, not only in sugar, but in in
dustries subordinate to and depen
dent (hereon, will bo lost, and that
all values at tho Islands will suitor
The noble stand for free institu
tions made by tho Americans iji Ha
waii, and (heir heroic determination
to have nothing more to do with a
"heathen and sorcorous reaction,"
arc made clearer in the above, bv at
least -12 2-11 percent, than in anything
elise the Hawaiian Commissioners
have said or done. A1bh i'ork Post.
The Shirt Maker's Rovenjje.
Hold vour orders for Johnson is coming
The sfilit miikcr is on the way
Look mil for his whiskeis for thevtiiu leak
ing Till you hear what he has to say.
Ke.speet to.lohuson the hlull'cr justly paid
Ami nuble shiit maker honored his johlots
But whence this being'.' thai a name so
Should join with .lohuson the shirt man,
on a tomb be een.
This John-tin would better far proclaim,
To future ages humble his job lots name,
Johnson anil shirt maker had been well
The eity collector and the city bard.
Now import ail your so called shirt makers
To take my honest living away if you can
1 cmno to these Islands to work like a man
Heie will I stay in spite of vour teeth
For all kinds of shiit will f make to look
"last hut not least."
I do all tho .shirt cutting that is
dono at my place of business and in
enso tho shirts don't give entire satis
faction I will altor thorn, mako now
shirts or refund the money. All
shirts that I mako will bo kept in
repair for 2 vears freo of charge.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho American Shirt Maker.
Tho strongest recommondation
that any article can have is tho en
dorsement of the mothers of the
town. When tho mothers recom
mend it you may know that that
article has moro than ordinary morit.
Hero is what the Centorvillo, South
Dakota, Citizen says editorially of
an article sold in their town: "Prom
personal experience wo can say that
Chamberlain's Cough Komedy has
broken up bad colds for our chil
dren. We are acquainted with many
mothers in Contervillo who would
not bo without it in tho house for a
good nianj' times its cost, and aro
recommending it every day." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith k. Co., agents for the Ha
Daily JSulktin, SO cents a month,
For SAN FRANCISCO.
T1IK A I STI0A.MSI1IP
WILL LKAYP. HONOLULU
run t ii ii i.ovi: emir ox
Wednesday, March 29th,
The undersigned are now prepared to
i-suo Through Tiekel- from this city to all
points in the United .Stale-.
Per further particulars icganling Preight
or Passage apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
II. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Annum;, hiiaki: and
Harness. All in eooil
condition. Apply at thin TSfe
olllco. U7aIv r--" y-gj
AH L'imlii of Cunimrrviiil Printliifi
jirumiilly rsevutrd itt low rate ut llie
I m'lkih HJliee,
IT. IUJV 1 IX
BOOK & JOB . STOCK
Etc, Etc, EJto., Etc
In Fact Anything in the Printing Line!
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i, per annum,
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