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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 80, 1W5
M -A. JR. IN 2D 1STE-WS
Wednesday, Jan 30.
Btmr Jnmos Makco Irom Knutu
Wednesiiay, Jin. 30.
S B Austrnl'o, Hotidlctto, tor San Fran
cisco nt 1 ji in
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
Ger lik Paul lunnbcrg (or Smi Franclsro
For Walinen, per stmr Iwnlnnl, Jan 2!)
For Maul anil Hawaii, per itmr Clou
line. JanlG-0 Selb,,,Mki J llutea, 1) F
llolliicker, 0 1) Cumomauoi and vtfc, 1)
Tourney, Mrs 0 It Wood, and Hubert
For Knual, per sttnr Mikahnlii. Jan &
D Williams, W U lltco, l)r McUettlgmi,
Itov J II llHiialke, Miss Knco, Mrs Orcoti
burn Mr II W Kclsoy and child, l)f A K
Nichols, K Wlllluiiu, A l)o I.nvergue, l)r
For Him Francisco, perBB Australia, Jan i
SO Mlas Alice Ilerd, 0 I) Drawn, Mrs F,
Jkmriliimtiii, Mrs Jus 11 unstle, Mrs Ueo r
Castle, K Cawston and wile, C M Cooke.
Miss l)onn, J l)can. Fred Dutton, Mrs 1 F
Freliiuiiin, Mrs Kdicrton, Jlhluo W F
Froir, W II (lurney, M Urcen, Mrs E It
Ilemlry and hon, J A ilorlinch, Mrs I A
Iiweli ml child, 0 W O'Neill, It Oximrd,
I)r lVnny, W Suvideo. Cuptaln Schmidt, J
W Hprnguu, Mrs Wcthcrbee, I)r ami lira
Walters, K 0 Winston, F S Winston and
wile, A Young, Jr, wile mid child.
SAWYEK-SKVKKANOE-In this city,
Tuosdnv evening. January IN, 1695, at
the rcsldenco of Mrs W. 0. l'arko,
llcrcltUila street, by the Iter. O. II.
(In ick, Mr. Olmrles F. Bawyer, of
Dover, N. II., to Miss Uertrude Sever
ance, youngest dnugbterof Hon. 11. W.
DEGREE OF BEBEKAH,
Olllcors of Lady Odd Follows
tho Ensuing Torm.
On Friilny ovouiutf Bro. C. J. Fish
ol, District Domity Grand Siro, 1. O.
O. l', iustnllod tLo oilicors of PaolGc
Lodo, Dofrroo of llobekah tho
Indies' branch of Odd Follows for
tho current six months. Mr. Fishol
was assisted by tho following anting
Grand Lodge oilicors: Sistor Roso
Adler, Marshal; Sister O. Fetrie,
Warden; Brother J. J. Locker, P.
D. D. G. S., Master, and Brother 0
Tho new oilicors i
are lioro named:
Sister K Williams, N. G.
Sister S. L. Williams, V. G.
Sister Koso Adler, F. N. G.
Sister M. Lawrence, Secretary.
Sister M. Gorman, Treasurer.
Sistor I. Turner, Conductor.
Sister L. Adler, Warden.
Sister A. Foss, Chaplain.
Sistor 0. 1'otrio, F. N. G., It,
Sistor J. Berry, L. S. N. G.
Brother H. H. Williams, P. G. It.
S. V. G.
Sister M. Suhuman, L. S. V. G.
Sister M. Turner, I. G.
Sister E. Dayton, Organist. '
"T saw somewhere tho other day
that Mr. Sousa's publishers had paid
him about $0000 in a single mouth
as royalty on his two latest marches.
This sum soemed at first inordi
nately large, but a little reflection
convinced mo that if auy man should
enjoy the delight of a generous in
come it is the composer of ultra
popular music. He can justly claim
it, not only on tho score that ho has
contributed to the gayoty of nations,
that millions whom ho never
saw have had a now air put into
their mouths, but be has the yet
more urgent, eiaim oi a mariyr who
suffers that his fellows may be made
happier. Thiuk how tirod Mr. Sousa
must be, for instance, of "Liberty
Boll." For nearly a year he has not
beou able to step into the street
without hearing its joyous straius
from military bauds, hand organs,
badly played pianos, and human
voices of every kind aud degree.
Iteniember that every uoto of it was
indelibly stamped upon his brain
before wo know it at all; thou meas
ure the composer's weariness of his
lively measures by our owu sense of
mental repletion when we hoar their
opeiiiug'straiusl It must boa souVce
of pure delight for tho creator of a
symphony to hoar it adequately
given by a fiuo orchestra, but the
writer of an air which every gamin
will love to whistle deserves the
greater fiuaiioial reward, and 1 am
glad that in one case, at least, he
gets it." Kate Field's Washington.
Appolntod Nautical Exjiert at Chi
cago. ', William J. Wilsou, who is assist
hut to Lieut. George P. Blow in the
Chicago branch of the hydrographi
ollice, received his commission as
nautical expert from Washington
recently, lie was examined receut
lv and came out of this difficult test
of scholarship iu marine a Hairs with
an average of 8f porcout. Mr. Wil
! "mduato of Annapolis, aud
' iu tho Illinois Naval
has had lots of naval
', home aud abroad.
China station he was
Huug Chang with an
mission in the im
1 the command of a
'ters of Lihue,
bort of Houo-
1 in tho holy
bout tho time
'r a long
. to tho
LOOAL AND GENERAL NKWB
A pound notico appears elsewhere.
A pood dray is wanted. Don't all
speak at ouco.
Tup !) o'clock gnu of tho Philadel
phia is again heard.
Tho S. S. Australia leaves at 4
o'clock this afternoon for San Fran
cisco. Thoro will bo no mooting of
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., this
Joo Luahiwa has been appointed
lioutonant of tho first watch on tho
Admiral Boardsloo, U. S. N., calls
on F. M. Ilatch, Ministor of Foreign
Affairs, this afternoon.
Interview with Dr. Winslow, U. S.
fleot surgeon, and account of earth
quake in Persia on fourth pago.
Annual mooting of tho German
Bouovolent Society, at H. Hackfeld
Si Co.'s olllce, 10 o'clock to-morrow.
One more prisouor has boon added
to the list of arrests for conspiracy.
His namo is Ki and he was arrested
Adjourned annual mooting of Peo
ple's Ice Sc Refrigerating Co., at
Chauibor of Commerce, 2 p. m. to
morrow. B. H. Wright was brought in for
investigation yesterday. Aftor ex
amination by tho Marshal ho was
Tho men of tho U. S. S. Philadel
phia have already signified a willing
ness to meet a local team in a game
Tom Ilollinger was thrown from
his buggy at tho Waikiki bridge last
evening, whilo returning homo. 11 is
injuries are slight.
A daughter was boru to Minister
and MrB. L. A. ThurBtou on Jan
uary 17, tho anniversary of tho Pro
visional Government of Hawaii.
Postmaster Uenoral Uat has pro
vided a table with uen and ink on
the Waikiki side of the Post Office
for those wishing to address letters.
Tho two Chinese clerks of C. W.
and V. V. Ash ford were retained
yesterday by tho authorities as wit
nesses aud dinod at the Executive
Two Chinamen had a fistic en
counter this morning. During tho
struggle ono bit his opponents right
ear. Dr. Coopor dressed the wound
at tho Police Station.
Captain Good of Co. E aud sec-
ond liouteuaut Oscar Whito of Co.
li took the places of Captains Ziog
ler aud Pratt this afternoon upon
tho Military Commission.
Senior Captain Parker has secured
forty-six of the rebels' pistols up to
2 o'clock this afternoon. Throe of
tho prisoners have been going around
aud revealing their hiding places to
The aunual nicotine of
the W. 0.
T. U. will bo hold in tho Y. M. C. A.
parlors to-morrow aftoruoon at 3
o'clock. A full attendance is desir
ed for the purposo of discussing
H. G. Biart has removou from
King streot to tho store of Chris
Gortz, Fort street. There ho will
repair watches aud make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every descrip
tion. Having been the practical
watchmaker for Wonuer & Co. ton
years, he needs no pulling.
C. J. Lyons, clerk of tho weather,
more than corroborates the surmise
of this paper that tho low tempera
ture record has been brokeu within
l ho last few days. The average
temperature for Sunday was 61 uo-
minimum temperature 03 ue-
l imea. maximum 7!l. In snmn nlnces
, the mercury is reported to have
dropped to 51 degrees.
W. Preston Harrison, lato of the
Chicago Timos, whoso arrival has
been already reported, is going to
visit all tho importaut groups of the
Pacific. He intends writing a book
on Polynesia from material gather
ed in his journeying. Incidentally
Mr. Harrison will contribute letters
of travel to the Chicago Iuter-Oceau,
New York Recorder, San Francisco
Call aud eight or tou other leading
papers in the Uuitod States.
APOLOGY FOR FALSE ARREST.
Hilo is Aroused Over Indignity
Committed Upon Mr. Wokoileld
An influential deputation from au
indignation meeting at Hilo came
to town by tho Kiuau to protest
against the arrest of F. M. Wake
field, barrister. Van Giesou tho
detective was sent to Hawaii for Mr,
Wakefield and on arrival at Malm
koua telephoned his errand to She
riff Williams, who forthwith arrest
ed Mr. Wakefiold aud, without
knowing what was against him,
charged him with treason. Mr.
Wakefield used to be in C. W. Ash
ford's ollice, aud the Marshal
thought he might know something
about that gentleman's political
pcheinos. Mr. Wakefield informed
tho Marshal of his total ignorance
of tho matter, aud was reloased
from further investigation. Tho
Hilo deputation J. A. Scott, Dr.
Williams and 0. C. Kennedy then
obtained a lottor of regret from the
Attorney.Goneral for tho indignity
and incouvouionco causod to Mr.
Fall in Bran.
Bran has taken a bit; tumble.
Thoo. H. Davies & Co. placed 2100
sacks under the hammer of James
F. Morgan, wielded by Harry Arm
ilago, to-day, A Chinaman took 250
sacks at $14 a ton. Then John
Graco, manager of tho Honolulu
Dairy, secured 2150 sacks at $11 a
ton. This is tho cheapest bran over
bought here. Tho regular market
price at time of sale was $20 a tou.
The consignment was from British
Columbia by tho Miowora. It is
raid the consignors will lose money
on it. All tho same tho bran mar
ket may be considered permanently
lowered by the transaction.
Her Abdication Not Recognized
as Purging Her From Any
' Proved Offense,
Yet the Government Appreciates Her
Action for Its Influence Upon tbe
HER PLEA FOR CLEMENCY NOTED.
A reply from tho Government to
ex-Queou Liliuokalaui's lottor of ab
dication has boon presented in tho
following tonus. As tho reply has
boon doliverod personally by
agent of the Government, tho
Quoeu has beou advisod that
writton acknowledgment is required.
Tho text of tho reply is as follows:
Honolulu, January 29, 189").
A document oxocutod by you pur
porting to contain au abdication
and renunciation of all sovoroign
rights heretofore claimed by you
has boon delivered on your behalf to
As you were under arrest at tho
timo this instrument was signed it
is desired before accopting aud
placing tho sauio ou file, to mako
cloar to you, in ordor that no mis
understanding may hereafter arise,
the views of the Government iu this
1 Tho oxocution of this docu
monl cannot bo taken to oxompt
you in the slightest dogroe from
personal aud individual liability for
such complicity as duo investigation
aud trial may show that you had iu
tho lato conspiracy against the Gov
ernment and the cousequont loss of
life; which position is recognized
by you iu your lottor.
2 It cannot bo conceded that
such rights aud claims as you now
voluntarily relinquish have had auy
logal oxisteuco siuco Jan. 11, 1893,
when by your public announcement
that you no longer considered your
solf bound by the fundamental law
of tho laud undor which you took
office, aud by your acts in attempt
ing by tho more exorcise of your own
will to establish a new system of
government, tho contract oxistiug
between you aud the people was
dissolved, aud all sovoroign rights
thoretofore vested m you were lost.
The statement by members of your
thon cabinet that they could not
control your propqsed action and
their appeal to citizens of Honolulu
for assistauce was tho next stop
which lod to a resumption by tho
pooplo of tho rights of government.
3 So far as your communication
may bo taken as a uotico to the dis
affected that it is your desire that
tho Republic shall bo recognized by
them as tho sole and lawful govern
ment of tho country it is fully ap
preciated. Iu this connection your
unselfish appeal for clemency for
those who took part iu the lato in
surrection will receive full consider
ation. (Signed) William O. Sjiitii,
To MltS. LlLIL'OKALANI DoiUNlS.
Mr. Charles F. Sawyer, of Dover,
New Hampshire, and Miss Gertrude
Severance, daughter of Mr. H. W.
Severauce, ex-Consul-Goueral of the
United States here, were married nt
tho residence of Mrs. W. 0. Parke,
by Rev. O. H. Guliek, yesterday
oveniug. Intimato friends of tho
couple constituted tho company
President and Mrs. Dole, U. S. Min
ister Willis and wifo, Minister of
Foreign Affairs Hatch and wifo be
ing among the number. Mr. aud
Mrs. Sawyer will loavo for Dover by
the Mariposa ou February 7.
rpHE ANNUAL MEKTINO OK THE
J. Members ot tho Pacific Oi.uh will be
held at the Olub on MONDAY, Kebrunry
4th, at 7:30 o'clock v. m. Election ol Ollf
cersaud General Diiblneaa. Members un
ablo to attend will please arrange for their
representation by proii
. J. M. MONSAHltAT.
Paclflo Olub, Honolulii, Jan. 30, 1MJ3.
ABANDONED AT SEA.
Darolict Fannlo E. Wolston a Mon
aco to Transatlantic Steamors.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 1. The
last bullotin of tho hydrographic
office shows that tho famous dere
lict Fannio E. Wolston is now slow
ly advauciug in hor wandorings
around tho ocean to tho lane of
transatlantic stoamors from Now
York to Europe, and that unless alio
is divorted from hor course by sonio
current she will probably reach tho
route in tho next week or two. This
schooner has the most remarkable
record of auy derelict over reported
to the office.
Threo years ago sho was wrockod
off Hatteras, aud since that time had
covered upward of 10,000 miles Heat
ing about the North Atlantic. She
has boon forty-sevon times reported,
aud wheu last seen was in good con
dition, considering tho knocking
about received and the length of
time sho has battled with the seas
and winds. Tho bulletin indicates
tho locality of a number of danger
ous derelicts, which are now off the
coast between Hatteras and Sandy
Hook, and tho altontiou of tho navy
departmout has boon called to tho
menaces, which will bo removed as
soon as a naval ship can be secured
for destroying them with torpedoes.
OOMDR. O'NEIL COMMENDED.
Bluellnlds' Oorrospondonco to ko to
tho 8onato To-day.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 1. Secre
tary Herbert will send tho Bluelields
correspondence to tho Senate Wed
nesday. It is understood that ho
highly commonds Commander O'Noil
of tho Marblohoad for the manner
in which ho conducted hnnnolt
while stationed off the Mosquito
m 9 m
R L. Stevenson.
Itobort Louis Stevenson wrote his
owu fitting epitaph:
Uiulor the wldo and starry sky
Din the enivo and lot mu lio.
01 ml did I I vi) and Kindly dlu.
And 1 laid mo down with n will.
This ho tho verse you wave for me:
Here lie lies where he longed to Itu,
Homo Ii the Bailor, homo (rum a-a.
And the hunter homo from the hill.
Chamberlain's Cough Itemcdy is
famous for its cures of bad colds. It
opens tho secretions, relieves tho
lungs aud aids nature iu restoring
tho system to a healthy condition.
If freely used as soon as the cold has
boon contracted, aud before it has
become settled iu the system, it
greatly lessens tho severity of tho at
tack aud has often cured iu a single
day what would have been a sovoro
cold. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith Si Co., Agents for Hawai
A Good Bray !
p. o. nox isji."
NOTIi'E H HKKKIIY OIVBN TO All.
jiersons that there lire nt the (lovern-
mciu rotu u at. .Miikiki, jhu
Kalrov Horses. vU.:
10, isitt, Two I
I Hay Mare brn"d d "H" (in right dc
of neck, whito right forefoot, white utrcik
on fo ehend.
1 Dark Horso with nubrnml, white strrnk
Any person or iersoni ownlni; these ani
mals nre requested lo rotnu ami take the
same on or before V2 o'clock noon HAT UK
DAY, Feb. U, Ihltt, iithemhe xnid kiiIimhIx
will bo cold at public auction nn wild dnie
and hour. W. KAAl'A,
l'-'W 3t P11111.U Master.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
rUK Al BTEAMHliU'
Wllili LEAVE HONOLULU
rOB THE AIIUVE I'OItT ON
Wednesday, Jac. 30 th,
AT 1 O'dhOCK V M.
The undersigned nre now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets from this City to nil
points in the United States.
tM For further particulars regurdliis:
Freight or Passage, apply to
VM. (I. IUWrN A CO., L'd,
1218 3i (leneral Auenth
JLJL I rO Vy KJ JL example of a cheap and un
centered lens. You think you got tho same amount of rolief
from a cheap glass, because it may have the Bame amount of
refractive power as tho more costly. See where the above
Ions focuses. See the scattering of rays. Ab much spheri
cal aberration in such glussety ns ther6 is aberration of the
mind in au insano person ; yut this is the general run of
glasses you buy chtap. How long.vill your sensitive eyo
stand this strain? Why, until they art, ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such glucses, simply becauso they cost
you a little less than the perfect? No, a thousand times, No.
You could not if they were given youiwith a bonus. Wo
will not sell such glasses; would not bo guilty of giving
them uway. But we guarantee to fit uvery manner of com
plicated case with the proper and corroqtly ground glass, and
to give perfect satisfaction. (
EC. F ATIOKcLcj3Sr,
t ( "
" C. T. flood b Co., Lowell, JUsi.t
"Gentlemtn: I ftt that I oinnot iTnoeg")
In (Tor ot Hood's Sariapullla. For At yean
I hare bun troubled with scrofula In tnyntck
and throat Bertrat ktndi of millolui which
I triad did not do ma any good, and whan I oon
mancad to taka fiood'a Barsaparllla there wer4
Urg bunchai on raj ntok is aora that I could
not bar tha iltghUit touch. 'Whan I had taken
one bottle of this medicine, tha loranan had
gone, and before I had finished tha second tha
bunches had entirely disappeared." Bulncui
Atwood, Bangervltle, Maine.
N. B. It you decide to take Hood's Barsapa.
rllla do not be Induced to buy nny other.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by restor.
Ins tho pcrllUltlo action ol the alsuentary canal
Hobron Drug Co., LVd.,
BoIp Agents for Hip Rnpnbllr of Hawaii.
Popular npprovtil goos fir
toward establishing tho stand
ing oi n imsinuHs iiouso in any
community, and thu good-will
and patronngi- wo have had
during the lu-t forty years in
dicate, not on y that we have
tho rorubAit aimmiovai., but
that thofci? who hvu don't
with us h ivo been eminently
satisfied with their transac
tions. We attract and retain pat
ronage mote by the kxckl-
LKNO. OK QUALITIES shown
and our kkaso.vaiu.e hmcks
than by prej.onteious elainis
of helling goods In-low cost,
We repeat a we have said
before that when you pay less
for goods than we aslc for
them you get au inferior
While we carry a stock of
dry goods that is complete in
evuiy buiisu iiuiu uiu iuwet
priced goods to the most
luxurious made, we maku a
specialty of tho highest grade,
designs of the
It is worth your while al
ways in making purchases to
look at our stock before de
ciding. If we have what you
want you will certainly buy it,
if quality and price are any
This week Ladies' Under
wear in connection with our
general stock will receive con
siderable attention ; it is our
intention to make a run of
them and as the stock is an
over large one, first buyers
will have first choice.
B. F. KULBltS & CO.
Pare Guava & Poha Jelly
Tut up by Mrs. A. P. JONES.
1215 Agents, Queen Street. flin
1ST. S. S
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort Str
This delicious temperance drink not only quenches""
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink in the world like HIRES' KOOT
BEER, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
and can only bo explained by the fact that people
eviry where recognize and appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualities. They will not drink the
wortkless and injurious substitutes.
SsSS Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by The Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"Wo lmvo used over three dozen bottles of Hires' Root Ueor this sea
son, mid find ft tho most delicious und healthful drink in the nmrket. Jah.
F. Hammkk, 1120 2d Ave., Altoonit, l'n., U. S. A."
"Wo lmvo used your Koot Hcor in our familyfovor threo years, winter
and Mimnier, and would not do without it. Wo driuk it instead of water.
Mi88 Lii'i'iNCOTr, Cor. 2d and Pino Sts., Cainedn, N. J., U. S. A.
Iloimox Dnua Company
Benson, Smith & Company
HoLLiHTKii Dnua Company,
Lewis & Company
P. 0. UOX 481
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
(1. N WILCOX President.
J. K. MAOhKKU) Vice-President.
' M,A., Auditor.
h. SUllIt Bccretary and Treasurer.
OUi: NEW tt'OUKS AT It ALUM boing completed, wo aro uow ready
to KuruMi all kinds of
A UT 1 Vi CI A 1 , FEliTILl ZEKS
t Ai.fcO KKEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND - v
L'.ioific liuano. Potash, Nitrate of Soua,
Sulphate of Amm'mia, CMcincd Fertilizer Salts"
Sll'dnl utltiuloll tflviili to AnnlvMl nf
Alt Uoods are gnarauieud In every reipact.
Fr further particulars
Ed. Holfschlaeger & Co,
"Household" Sewing Machine,
Hind Stwlug Midlines, with ill (be latest improvements.
Westermijer's Cottage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Gnltars, and otner Instrnmeats,
Ltd.. .. u
MUTUAL TELE. 407
Bolls by our Agricultural Chemist.
Guano k FertUizer Co.,
I) It. W. AVKKUAM. Manaier.
and Bethel Streets.