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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Ilelirlnp Sea Statu.
An hnglUh rretlictlon.
Slaughtering Die Uiwie.
I.ate Foreign New, jier 8. 8. "Mari
posa." Latent About Hawaii.
Flow u Ulnck Flag,
Arrival of the Mnritxm.
The Ullllg Party.
Local and General Items,
Trageilv nt the Fair.
An Artistic Company.
The Problem of the Age bv "Kumu
ltoinli Kxplo.lou In a Church.
ftlw gjnitij gulUtin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Kutabllihcd for the Brnffit of All.
THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1894.
FLEW A BLACK FLAG.
Captain Cameron of the Old Planter
In a rt'porl of the voynfro of tlio
lark Helen V. Altny from Fanning
inland, tho San Franci.co Clironiclo
lias I ho following:
''On February 23tli a ouhooner was
flighted ten miles oil making utraight
for the Almy. Shu bore down on
the bark, and Captain Luttrell made
her out to bo the schooner Ebon.
The uppor part of tin) vessel had
been white ouee, but her side were
eovore(J with grass. As she tieared
the Almy a black flag was sent up
with the stripes of the American en
sign beneath. The Ebon ran auda
ciously utiilnr the bark's lee, and
Captain Luttrell made out her skip
per standing on the poop, and recog
nized him as a man whom ho would
hat ft given one of his eyes to have
shot. It was Captain Cameron, a
notorious rover of the South seas,
aud Luttrell would have liked to
have had an accounting with him
for about SIOOO.
"Cameron was onco captain of the
iuter-irtlaud steamer l'lauter, one of
tho finest ttcamurs that ever sailed
out of Honolulu. Ho lost the vessel
oil' that port, aud being unable to
gut another vessel, drifted down to
the Gilbert islands. At that time
Luttrell was iu charge of Wrightmau
Brothers' agency. He says that
Cameron went to him and wanted
him to charter a vessel aud put him
in command to go trading. Luttrell
refused to do this, but agreed to ad
vance him goods if he could get a
vessel. Cameron succeeded in get
ting the vessel all right aud Luttrell
advanced him goods to the amount
of l('0(). That was nmuy years ago,
aud this was the first time that he or
anybody from tho Oilliert islands
had set eyes upon tho free trader."
Captain Cameron left hero as mate
of the bark Waudering Mtuistrel, on
a shark-fishing cruise, aud when that
vessel was wrecked on Midway
Island, with part of the bark's crew
he took oueof hur boats aud sailed to,
the Gilbert Islands. Captain Walker
of the bark aud his family and the
remainder of the crew remained on
tho inland until rescued by tho
schooner Norma (tho same veshel ho
is commanding at present) aud
brought to this port.
ARRIVAL OF THE MARIPOSA.
The Steamer Makes a Remarkably
The Itoval Mail steamship Mari
posa, Captain Hay ward, arrived early
this morning, after one of tho
smoothest and most pleasant pas
sages over experienced toy herollleors.
Cursor Smith says tho steamer had
most beautiful weatl or, uot a motion
being felt. The passengers, who in
clude a large number of tourists in
tending to visit tho Volcano, went
delighted with tho passage. The
Mariposa brought iu nil -M cabin aud
.'(1 steerage passengers anil 1120 tons
of cargo for this port, and lin iu
transit 12 cabin passengers, besides
some in the steerage, aud a largo
cargo. Tlit Mariposa was a little
behind tune iu leaving San Fran
cisco, tho delay beiug caused by the
overland train being several hours
lato. Sho did uot leave until II p. in.
on April ft.
Tho most prominent passenger
for this port was Admiral John G.
Walker, who comes to relieve Ad
miral Irwin. Ho is accompanied by
Lieutenant S. A. Stanton and Kit
sign S. S. Wood.
Tho Mnriposa resumes her voyage
to tho Colonies at 15 o'clock this
The Qillig Party.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gillig, Harry
M. Gillig, Clay M. Greene and Fiauk
L. Ungor sailed from England tho
first week iu March and arrived at
Now York City on March 11, com
pleting their trip around tho world.
They wore met at Now York by Mrs.
Harry M. Gillig, who has just re
turned from Iiormuda, where she
has been speuding a part of tho win
ter to convalesce from an attack of
la grippe. Tho party sailed from
San Francisco for Japan on Septem
ber HO, Itt'.IH, and have since traveled
through Japau, China, India and
l'4'ypti crossing tho continent of
Europe to England, whence they sail
ed for home. Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Gil
lig intend to spend some time in New
York with Mrs. Margaret Crocker iu
tho house she has routed there tho
old Harlow mansion in Irving place.
They think of going to Hawaii iu a
couple of mouths.
Secured His Borvicea,
Mr. V. G. I'ottor, crayon and water-color
artist, who has beeu visit
ing tho islands for his health, has
made an engagement with Mr. ,1. J.
Williams. Mr. rotter's work while
iu Sail Francisco was second to
none, Samples will be on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, April B,
rUyS. S. Marlpo-n.,
An Indian outbreak is reported to
have occurred in Oklahoma. It
arose from tho killing of a chief by a
white man in a quarrel over the
ownership of a pony. It is said that
lift eon Indians aud as many whites
have beeu killed.
Almost a state of siege exists in
South Carolina towns over tho Till
mau dispensary liquor law contro
versy. Numbers of the best citizens
of Florence are uuder arrest on
parole for taking gnus from the
local armory. It is reported at the
latest advices that the Supreme
Court has declared tho law to bo un
constitutional. Tho cruiser Sail Francisco has
touched at the West Indies on her
war to Bluefields, Nicaragua.
Texas miners are out on strike.
Unless a settlement be made much
stilTering will ensue.
H. T. Wilson At Co., Wall-street
bankers, paid into the sub-treasury
in New York $0,7-10,000 paper cur
rency in payment for the bonds of
tho Cherokee nation. The dimen
sions of the pile of money were IK)
Cripple Creek, Colorado, initio-
owners declare they ill make no
lurltier etiort to meet unions or
committees, but will operate their I
properties Willi non-union men or
uot at all.
Twelve hundred carpenters at
Indianapolis have voted to strike
against a reduction of wages.
Six hundred unemployed have left
San Francisco to join Coicy's armv.
The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius is
declared a failure aud will probably
ue turned into a torpedo boat.
Joseph Paddock, chief ouuiuoor
of tho 11. C. Frick Coke Co., at
Uuioutown, l'a., was brutally mur
dered by a mob of Hungarian strik
ers on the -till iusl. Tho strike was
only three davs old, but this crime
doouis it. There is rioting through
out the coke region. Hundreds of
armed guards are awaiting the onset
of strikers at several town.
President Cleveland vetoed the
Hlaud bill to coin tho seigniorage of
silver. A resolution iu tho House to
pass tho bill over the veto failed to
get the necessary two-thirds vote -there
being 1-1 1 ayes aud 11-1 noes.
By a close decision of Speaker Crisp
debate on the resolution was shut
At tho trial of Miss Pollard's
breach of promise suit against He
presentativo Brecken ridge at Wash
ington, Judge Bradley scored the
auditors unmercifully for their in
decency iu passing remarks on the
parties while passing in and out.
He likened them to buzzards around
CAITAIN 01' KUAIlSAIlUU (IL'ILTV.
The result of the court-martial in
tho case of Commander Hoyorman,
commanding the Kenrsarge, was
that ho was guilty of negligence iu
HuUeriut; the ve-sel to run upon the
reef and itietllcieucy in the perform
auco of his duty. Hois sentenced
to be suspeuded from duty for two
years ou waiting orders, but to re
tain his present number iu the list
of commanders for long and faith
ful service. All the members of the
court recommended clemency iu re
viewing the authority.
Another bomb explosion occurred
in Paris, near the Senate cliuinb.tr,
the evening of tho 1th iusl. Tail
lade, an artist, was seriously injured
and a lady companion was badly
nun. cuarii's .Mouuinr, wuo i
charged with complicity iu the re
cent cafe oxplosiou, was arrested the
same evening after a tierce struggle.
Welsh members of the House of
Commons have decided to ask tho
appointment of a grand committee
for Wales similar to the one Sir
George Troolyau proposed for
Emperor William aud King Hum
bert, it is said, will meet at Vienna
ou Saturday tiext.
Le Carou, tho spy who figured iu
the Paruell trial, hus died of a
Prime Minister Estrop of Deu
mark has resigned.
The Austro-Itussiun commercial
treaty is regarded by tho London
Times as a portent of peace and pos
1 he House ol Commons lias adopt-
ed tho principle of home nil
The British Ministry has the cur
rency question uuder consideration.
There is uo confirmation of the
story that President Poixoto of Bra
zil has revived imperial decrees to
authorize executions without formal
Da Gama and the other refugees
on Portuguese warships iu Brazil
will only bo lauded ou Portuguese
Ex President Caceres, candidate
for the Presidency of Peru, has been
proclaimed Dictator, supported by
tlio army, but Congress uud the peo
ple are hostile.
On April .'i a lire broke out at
Shanghai aud destroyed ItKMI houses.
Those who never rend the adver
tisements iu their newspapers miss
more than they presume. Jonathan
Iveiiisou, of liolan, Worth Co., Iowa,
who had ho(m troubled with rheuma
tism iu his b;nk, arms and shoulders
read an item in his paper about how
a prominent Gorman citizen of Ft.
Madison had been cured Uo pro
cured tho same medicine, at.d to iimi
his own words: "It cured mi right
up." Ho also says: "A neighbor
and his wife were both sick in bid
with rheumatism. Their boy wa
over to my house and said they worn
so bad ho had to do the cooking. 1
told him of Chamberlain's Pain
Halm and how it had cured me, he
got a bottle and it cured them up iu
a week. B0 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith ,V Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Wands.
LATEST ABOUT HAWAII.
About Admiral '
Mlg ,on I
III the San Fraucisco Chronicle of
April S the following appears about
Admiral Walker. It would seem
t lint Admiral Irwin's name is used
in one paragraph by mistake for his !
Admiral .1. G. Walker, who will '
relieve Admiral Irwin of tho com
mniid of the squadron at the Hawui-
iau Islands, arrived iu tho city from
Washington yestei day. Ho will leave
ou the next steamer for the islands,
Hois accompanied by S. A. Stauu-
ton, his flag lieutenant, a position in
the Navy that corresponds to tho
otlicoof adjutant in tho Army, and
his secretary. Samuel Wood. "
Admiral Walker was very much
amused, when seen at tho Palace
last oveiiiug, over the published ru-
ports that he had barred his door to
"There is nothing secret about my
mission, he said. am going to
Honolulu to relieve Admiral Irwin,
but what I will do after I assume
eoniinand of the squadron is a mat-
tor that lam not fully, advised on
iiiysei . mimirai irwiii win ue
placed ou the retired list ou April
liitli. lliat will toe Ins sixty-second
birthday, aud, pursuant to Navy re
gulations, that event marks the con
clusion of his active service iu tho
Navy. 1 will be on hand to relievo
him of the command ou that day,
as 1 expect to arrive in Honolulu by
It is rumored at Washington that '
Admiral irwin uns instructions irom
the Administration bearing upon n tbe complaint, strikes an American
proi.o.dt.o.1 made by Queen Liliu- ns ,, tam'0 u curtnilliy C0I1.
okaiani to rolinqu sh all claims on lnin 1l, vllom t, n ,,, iftorials
tho throne and favor annexation , Amrit,an newspapers in the heat
Wilt ? -T rtwiv,"?" annuity of of a political campaign."
.rl'O.tXK). When questioned on the '
subject Admiral liwin smiled and 0lir better halves say they could
said he knew nothing of what he nol keep house without Chamber
might bo called upon to do nt tho Inin's Cough Romedy. It is used in
islands. tnori, than half the homes iu Leeds.
Another rumor bearing on tho jjims Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows
subject of Admiral ntker s imssiou t10 t.,,, j u.lic, tm, remtHly is
is to the oflect that he is instructed ,L., wlor t nas be0 0ld fr years
to secure Pearl harbor for a coaling nm i(, wo known. Mothers have
sntiou for the Pacific squadron, h-arned that thuro is nothing so good
Concerning this rumor ho said: for ,.,,1,1,,, c.r0,ip ft,i whooping
"Pearl harbor was designated a a cough, that it cures these ailments
coaling slaticm in a treaty niado with ,,nii-kly and permanently, and that
the Sandwich I nnds a number of j, n ,,1,..-,.,,, and safo for children
years ago, but it has never been to take. 2:. and B0 cent bottles for
used, for the reason that there is a ni -nil dealers. Benson, Smith
reef across the mouth of the i harbor a. Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
covered by only five feel of water, ' Islands,
and it would require tho expenditure .
of n considerable sum of money to otw
lit it for the purpose. There is an roB 8AI'E'
!.ll.... ..t M-lWuUI ..!l..l.l.. I
'IT'"I " ' .-.',""' ' ui.mm.
for the purpoe. but that is all I can
CNISIAI. DIM'IIKTION.tllV I'OWKIIS.
Ill referring to Admiral Walker's
departure the Spriuglield Republi
can says: "He is charged with the
mission of determining the most
favorable locality inside of Pearl
harbor for a United States coaling
station, adapted for docks and
necessary shops for the general uses
of the navy, aud of entering into
negotiations for tho purchase of
such property. He lint had a con
ference with the President as well
as StcretnricsGresliam and Herbert,
and departs with unusual discre
"Beiore leaving, the Admiral said
he expected to be back iu Washing
ton in the course of two or three
mouths. He had no idea that ho
u-iiiilil liftv.t to ,r, t,, It.. I, ,-;,,,. ,m
wouui nao to go to IIol ring bun.
Naval ollicers wore highly elated
this week when the object of Adini-
ral Wnlker's mission became defi-
nitely known. If Admiral Walker
takes possession of points at tho
mouth of Pearl harbor, such as
would naturally be required for
fortifying and defetidiuir it. thou
tho construction placed upon his
action could only be that the United
States intended to protect if not
eveutuallv annex Hawaii."
(OJIMUNTN II V TUB TIMD.
Commenting upon the approach
ing departure to Honolulu of Ad
miral Walker of the American unvy
to establish a naval station tho Lou
don Times says: This seems to mark
a precipitate descent from the pin
nacle of virt iiu ou which President
Cleveland took his stand a short
time ago. It is easy to understand
the advantages that would accrue
to the United States navy from the
possession of such an advantageous
place as Pearl harbor. Tho civilized
world has every reason to be con
tented with the United States to pro
tect those islands, even though such
protection seems to have uo other
meaning than confirmation of the
Provisional Government. What
seems perplexing is tho con
trast between this concession to
sordid expediency and the lofty
resolution expressed by President
Cleveland hardly three mout lis ago.
It is so impossible to question the
correct now of tho canons of na
tional morality then laid down by
him that one cannot help inquiring
what has since occurred to invali
date them. Neither the House of
KoproMtutativos nor tho Senate hie
repudiated his high moral princi
ples. Possibly tho recent electoral
successes of the Republican party
have produced in tho Presidents
mind mi apprehension. A great ro
crro to his party often has a debili
tating nfled upon a President's
nnivos. Moreover, President Cleve
land had uo idea that President
Dole and his frieir's were i-ncli
obstinate people. Wo can well
understand how thoroughly un
pleasant and upopiil'ir it would be
to laud American marines in order
to put down tho Provisional Gov
ernment and restore tho Queen; but
when all is urged that can be urged
iu behalf of frail statesmanship it
must be confessed that the surrender
I of the President of j ho United States
i to the other Proddout is uot too
Mil. DAWI AT WASIIIMnoN.
' A Washington despatch of March
T. 11. Davies, the guardian of
. Princess Kaiiilnui and one of the
chief representatives of royally iu
Hiuvaii, reached this city to-day.
Mr. Davies says he is here to find
Out what tho United Status propos
ed to do about Hawaii, and incident
ally to speak a few words iu behalf
of the Queen aud agulnsl tho Pro
Vlsioi1.il ftm-nrnmnnf. Hn B.nvn n
roigu of terror exists iu Hawaii and
'hat uot ven a small proportion of
tho pouplo favor antioxation to tho
I!..!,'. I l.l It ..1 .. !.!
uuiioii states, no places uo lauu
in the idea that tho Provisional
Government intends to establish a
permanent form of Republican Gov-
eminent, as that would givo the citi-
zons a voice, which would result in
overturning all annexation schemes.
Ho thinks tho Provisional Govern-
mout is at the mercy of its army of
aliens and spies, while tho people of
tho country continuo to have faith
that tho United Slates will still givo
them justice iu accordance with tho
recommendations of the Presidout
of tho United States, and that tho
Queen will yet bo restored or his
ward, the Princess Kaiulani, raised
to the throne. Mr. Davies expects
to remain here several weeks,
Minister Thurston has assailed
Mr. Davies iu an interview, calliug
him a professional mischief-maker,
Tho following are editorial para-
Krnphs fr0n Ul0 San Fram,i9e0
"Admiral Irwin, it appears, decid-
,, nl tlu nst inolnollV to wait at
Honolulu unt lho nrrival of his
8UCC0M()r, As ho has a readv a d a
formal adieu to the Government, he
will have to assumo the role of tho
prima donna who plays farewell en
gagements if ho wishes to leave Ho
nolulu with auy dramatic effect."
"It is doubtful whether public
opinion in Hawaii will approve the
prosecution for sedition of the edi
tor of tho Holouuia, the ox-Queen's
organ. 1 no sentence from an ecli-
,..,ii ...i.t..i. i i .i. i..r ..t
. Itl-MIV.ITON- TYPKWIMTP.il. I'API.
1 ml iiii-l Small tatters; Kiiniiinu-iii In
iH-rfirt enter. V dull. Aililri-,
"A. !.," V. U. Ilex :l, Honolulu.
DntlNtl MY AIWKSCK MOM TUB
KIuk'Ioiii Mr. J. 8. Wicker will nut
fur inn uinlcr lull uwer of nttorncy.
Honolulu, April U, MM,
A Business Proposition
Ocortti V. I Incola, who Um been ntnb
Iblieil In Honolulu for Is yearn u u
Builder and Contractor,
WMkk to i-onqwtH with tho Imnl tlm
j"l i' :lv to tliu imbilc the InmiHIi !
fiiriiUliliiB tlnni with ijooil work nt low
,,rlcn for Hi ot rui. Yourntiiintairorilio
lt your property Kotnrulii for the want of
repairs. Mr, Minim will Kunrnntce i-atU-
f,,,!,,(m' 1'utronUu the Kuumshm.
rtlTO W T Tivjrwr TM
CtjU' W' IWCOLiW,
nmi-tf fit'.' KIdk turret
" Tosson "
The "Too" IlittNii of Ceiiient hni.
the larc,et ralo In the Cn'tcil rilutex,
owIiik '" I'" eiiorinoii NtreliKlh. It U
veiy llnuly er.mnil, only a renlilue of
.'I to I percent i-xI-iIiik wdeu pitetl
throilli u sieve of 1MHJ iiieithe to the
Miittrt inch. .....
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Sole Agent for Hawaiian lalniiiln.
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will 1 1 nve' it First DruwiiiK ou
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Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
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nv tinier ni .ur. i.. i.i;i.it .ii!tirp
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AUCTION SALE OF
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
AT tATT SAIiESROOU
I will -ell nl 1'ilhPc Auction liy order of
Mb. J. D. O.VVri.K. Oollectoptieneral of
Cltoin, the followliix Dlieliilmeil I'ncK
t ptK Mrrli3ii.l-e, M. Wlilltl.r.
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I iikic I'liolO", Miiefiirlnmi ,V to.
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4 pkK Mcrt'lintiiliiu, uo mnrk; .Inii.
I i-iim- I'rhitetl Mutter. C. 1'. Oiillok.
tm- TIIIt.MH CASH ! -t
Jas. F. Morgan,
TO UK It IM.Il AT TUB
Friday Evening and Saturday ACersocn
and Evening. April 13ih & 141b.
The Nation lo Iki rcp!ecnlu.l are:
Hawnli, Amarlcii, Oroat Britain,
Oormnny, l'nrtui;rtl, l-'riuico,
Sweden ruid Norway,
Moxlco and Spnin,
Jupan nud Iudin.
I'ltICK OP ADMl-fclON:
Saturday Aflernooa, 25 Cents.
ON TDK TWO KVI.NINitS:
Children under flltcea, 25 Ceirs.
Door open 7:31), Grand March at 8.
Satnrtlat iifiirnoon thu lUtaarulll
dunpen fioui -J 1o.mmiI.icI; r. M. loot M
not be fooled this
year, the owners and
trainers of line stoek
wliotild have the very bent
quality of feed for their
hoi-set. The only place
for rjiieh ib the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tm TKI LI'IIONKS f.'l -wl
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
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On ici: New s-ri. l, po.it II, ii., linn,
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iluiiuliiln, April'.', l!il. iw' tl
By Jas. F. Morgan.
MortfraRoo's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
-VTOl'lrK IS HBUBItY (I1VBV THAT
.Li by virtue of a ponuruf nlc contained
In a rartnin timrtt.iii1.iteltlif lltli ilnvnf
.Mliv, A. 11. INW, liitiiit- liy Kl KAN J I'"-
A1.MUM-nml MM'A, tier huibnnil.PiiilS.
w. KAi.AArt i.a oi i.niminn. Mnti-i of
Mnul, to JmiieOI. . MoM-Mrr.it of Honolulu,
Ilanil ofOnhtt. 1 niMeo, reconM In the
olllec of the ItiRl-trnr of Convevninv.
In I.lher Kit, folio Ul. (U unit Ml, the lii
J -me M. M .narrnt, Tru tie, nforc- !
emu, .Mortunigt u, nit n (s to roroeltxu the
jnld mortice for a drench of thocomll-
tlnn In nfil mortgnce mntnlncil, to wit:
nic uon-p:iymeii' ot hotli the prlnt-lpnl nml
11111-1,-1 , lll-ll UIM'.
utlc!inlo liercdy tfivon thnt nil ami
Ingillnr the Iniiil, tuneiiieni mii lien ill-
finicnts In -nl.t im.rtMiiga roi'tnlne'l "nil
1 tlevrilK-il will Im olil nt lilllillc .illi-llnn nt
the miction room of .In. I. Mornn, on
IJiieen .Street, ill .M llomihllli, on .MUN
DAY. the'Jiitliliiv of April. A. I). ISlll. nt
12 o'clock lUBin of .iM nay.
The iron'rty In nlil iiiortfjiiRe l thu
l crltit'il, viz.:
tt. All iIiom- two corlitlii triit't. piece
lir t.iirnta .if ln,nl a..,,, it., .it lr..l..il n.t.1
.Niiiin.iiu Knnpo, in nM Mrtini of Mntit,
ninl cotitnliiliiL' In nil IKJ II ncre nml Ih-Iiic
thoniiif.preiiviciio.crii.eti in ito m I'n-
tent (Grunt) No. 'JIM to Keknhtiuu the i
father of nld Kukiinn l"o ilmoku amis. W.
I '.'ml. All t hut certain piece or turcol of '
1 imnl itiinte n -ul. i .sn main, t-oiitiiiuin i
nn urea of 7 si ncre, ntnl IiiIiik the nuie
' lireml-e i e-eriheil In tovn I tent asri.
I.mnl ('oniiiiI--Ii)II Awnnl No. liTT.I to Kn-
wnhnoknia, urnmlf ither of k.IiI Kiikiiun
I'lMltnokii mnt 8. W. Knlaniuiln:
KxccptliiK nml re-ervlnj! therefrom uch
1 iMirllon- thereof n were oM to K. Knlni-1
liy miIiI S. W. Knlnaiiulit ami wife, hy il 1
ilnluil I'eceinderJI, ISn'I, nml reeonleil iu
i t.llivrril, folio I", foiitnltiitnt l77iifre,
i.n.1 jh. S. Kalalkl liv ..M Kiiknim 1'oal-
HiiOii itflil 'iopa, hy ilcetl tinted .Mnreli 8,
l"!. mnt reeuntei In l.llier ,i on foil i
.'Ki7, ,'UH nciv. in U-iiiiI Cotiimlloti Aw-inl
iiT;i, mnt Pi acre- In ItovM Patent '.MM.
l.'Jtll, ' .MK.S M. MoN.SAItlt.VT.
. f 'rru-tee, .Morljxaitee.
Term Ca-h. Devil nt exieiie of pur-ehaer
l-or further particular nppl) to the ihl
Ilonolul.i, Mnroh II, l!i.
Ilu1 nlmve nle I iolpolie, to
SATL'ltD.vY, April II, It'll, nl U' o'clock
iionii. JAS. F. MoltllAN,
MortKngeo's Notice of Intention
Forecloso rtuil of Snlo.
MOTH K IS lli:iti:itY (IIVIIN THAT ' ,..,- r.,r..,.,ril .' .l,: -,,
l liy virtue of u i.iwerof iile coiilnln- or UV0 "'W.inl II) tills COI11IIU1
...11.. .'.....i ,. ..-,.,.. ..... ...... ' .. 1. r. .
eil Iu .i certain inoritMicil-itoi liin.Jltlnliiv
of Oclolier. A I). Irtni. matte liv KAW.V-
WAlll.MOKt . IHKl uud .IU.S;P1I KAA
NAAN'A, of Wulli e, ltmiil of Maul, to
Jutiie Si. Motiarntt, of Honolulu, Nlniiil
of iinlm. rniiee. rit'onleil Iu the ollieeof
j the llel-tr.ir of Conv. jnnce In l.llier I.M,
j folio 'II, .'(-'hi I nl. Ml tho .alii Jame M. Moti-
ritrrnt. I rutce a- uf.trt--.tltt, Mori nm-e,
Inteii'' to foreclo-e -nlil inottnuc for a
I drench nf the eomlillou III inlil luor uiiui1
eoiitiilneil.to-wlt, theuon-pnyment of txilli
the prlnclpil iiihI luti rit when tine.
Notice I al-ti heredy ulren thninll nml
"lugulur tin-Imnl", leiiciiicut nml hereilll
iimeiit In -tl I moriute eotitajtu! mul
ileerllHil will Ik1 otil nt pitlillt iiuction lit
theiiiietlnli rihiiu of .liiiue I". Morgan, en
Jiiii'ii treet in Mil. I Honolulu, on MON
DAY, thu tilth tiny of March, A. D. INK,
nt 12 o'clock noon -if -alii tl.iy.
The nnirirt Iu alil mnr'tiMuc I tint
lie rldeil, vlx. :
I. All that certain piece or ti.irrcl of
j Imnl ituaie III the HI of Neln In a.t Will
I ht-e, coiilalnliiK nn area of Ivloo of an
I ncre, ami Im-Iik the .mm. pre uilc tic-
erilicil In Itoynl Patent No. Mo.', tjniil
Coliunl-i-loli Awnnl N'o Hltl I-' F to Kit,
j nml llml were e Hiicycl lo Kii'iun.tliii, the
fat lerof thu tli Kaitawnhimokii, llllni
, ami ,loeph K.mii iimi, d) i nawa. the
i eoiilii anil x -le del. at die of ml. I tin, liv
ili-vil tluteil lleeeintier.'ll, S"I. mil tvrortf-
tl ill tho l llllce of tliu mi lil Kejil.trnr in
l.lder T.'l. on folio s anil s'l.
-'. All tdoe three eertnlii piece or r-nr-
t-el of anil i-ltnntu Iu the 111 of Pilpoilillu
ami Kn polio u miI.I Wnlliee. t-ontiilnliiK in
all nnnrcii of Un rt,iiml lvl-u th am(
) ireinl-e ilrerllK'i In Itoynl I'litvul No.
j imu. I.aud Conimllon Awanl No IJ-.nl lo
Miihoc.'l, th Ktninlfalher of nlil Kawnwii
i dimoku, IIUu ainl .lo-i-id Knnnntui ..
I J.Mi:s M. MliNhAltltAT.
I Triioritii Murtiftt .
i T.rin- -ii. im-i- -i exr,.-e ..r pur.
-or lilrllmr unrll, u nr 111,0 in
Dated Honolulu. I'.-dniary :.ii, I-1U,
S!V-Tlie iiIhivo ne 1 iMxtiioii t to
SATI'ltDAY. April II. I:il. at f.' oVIimI;
noon. JAMI.S I'. MiUttlAN,
Ui1-.U An tlomvr.
AUCTIONS A LK
On TUESDAY, April 17,
AT v: O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T IwIY SAUEISROO
I U'll.l. M-.l.l IT II III. II til riON
j Lots 3 & 4 in Block 35,
At tho Ftminsuln, Penrl Harbor.
tW Tde-e nn rViirliun I.ol fneloK I lie
I New Ullltetl rittte HuVcrilliif 10 1'imlillK
UF" I'or flintier p-iiticillnm upplt to
Jus. F Morr ecu,
luol 'It AI'CTIONI-:i:it.
: Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, April IS
AT to O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tint Itt-.l.'imc of A..I.CAItTWi:iOII I'.
i;y.. corner of Kccimmokii nml l.n-
. iialilo htnel. I will M-ll nt
I I'lidlic Aucilon
I Tho : Kutiro ; Ilousohold -. Fuinituro,
! - CoMI'IIIpIM.
Crockery & Glassware,
Can lanes, Etc., Elc.
I'aillcul.iii In m.urc AilYcitiseintiit,
' Mai Hardware On., I'll
Saturday, April ?, 18H.
Did you ever notice how an
ant combines business with
pitastire w hen out on a pro-
, . . ....
metiaue, llOW lie Will HlVeStl-
U.ltti Wmill lU! 1'tlllS lit) OijainSt
, . , , ,,
i u uru.iu cruim; nun uhjh lmi
I l.-r1. -,nr ff.l .. hr(r rid-In ,,f
I l)'lCK ancl lc" a l'"rge CIIXIC Ol
acquaintances who soon bc-
rome :l nnitinnrn fr !! tn nh.
I . -l .i . n It
, VKlte this th.lt We Sell th(! new
Bread and Cake
You may out warm
or cold bread, or cake with
icing on it and not make a
crumb. The set of three a
parer, cake cutter and pie cut-
: . . r i n
ter goes to you for a dollar,
t,w! wIimi-i vnn'vn uenri tlw.m
a,1U wn OU VC USta tlietll
OUCe VOll Will S.'lV VOU lhtVC 'd
., 't ti t
three dollar value.
'PI,., ht(.,-t r()1et newq tellt
l ll(- litlt-at I.U.ISI uewh 11.115,
nc flint nil -f tbn IwoiIm mulni-
the MeKinlcy bill are repealed
undttr the new TarifK bill. This
is going to bring anguish to
the breasts of some people,
but Hawaii is all right. Me- .
Ktnley did not give us a treaty
but he wrestled hard to give
us "Ballyhnoly." So far as
treaty relations with the United
States are concerned the sun
seems to be shining on the
V. T.I If I, V . M VIV II Vititll. UllVtl
sugar industry of Hawaii; and.
I q t)ntr n; tilt; SUI1 sllintiS to
, 'h uit uiiMini(.bui
inti uxtcuc oi a cent nnu ;i
quarter on stiyar every one
will be prosperous and happy.
Haviland ware takes a stco
tiny wiifii us quality is com
pared with other decorated
china. We have sold this
crockery ever since we have
been in business and it is now
the favorite ware here. Our
method of selling it makes it
popular because we do not in
sist upon people buying ; full
set. We sell, for instance, a
half dozen cups aud saucers as
a starter. If the buyer's frit nds
comment on their beauty and
quality it is quite likely the
iaily of the house will want
some plates to add to it. With
each piece there will be a grow
ing desire for more until it
culminates in the necessary
dishes lor soup, fish, roasts,
vegetables, salads, etc. It is
quite the proper thing for peo
ple to have different decora
tions for each course; some
people may have a complete
set but would like a change
for soup or fish. We can make
up such a set at a price that
will surprise you.
The Fischer Steel Range is
by f.tr the best range manu
factured; it will heat up quicker
and burn less fuel. The first
invoice of these ranges that we
received were made of mate
rial just one half the thickness
of the present lot and they cost
us more money. While those
we now offer jou are superior
in every respect, we sell thorn
for ten dollars less money.
We've sold these ranges to
people who have used iron
stoves all their lives and who
do not hesitate to say that the
"Fischer" burns one third less
fuel than any other stove the
sa'me size. This means that
you will save the extra cost of
a steel range in a very short
For people who want a
cheaper article we have several
makes ol iron stoves which we
can recommend. We make a
leader of the "Pansy" at $15,
because we believe it to be the
best. These iron stoves bum
1 coal or wtiod and are wonder
fully good bakers.
The dry season is coming
on and the "25th annual kick
of the Water Consumers Pro
tective Alliance" will soon take
place. It is not that there is a
- scarcity ol" water on the Islands
out h cause the people tlo not
search for it. We have saved
the ranch man, the plantation
manager and the vegetable
grower large sums of money
liy accepting our advice and
1 erecting Aermotors. Our S-
foot wheel will do the same
1 work that a 10-foot wooden
: wheel will perform, and an S-
' ( mi1 is a. fc squired
for slock or irrigation purposes
is i.;ge quantities oiwaier
ire rcqiiiieu i no .ennotor
h.is many aovaiitages over
wooilen tnills, ami one of them
is the fact that no inaltt r how
violent the storm the mill will
close up automatically.