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VOL. IX. NO. 1294.
HONOLULU, H. 1., FKIDAY, MARCH 22 18!5
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ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
it street, Honolulu, Hawaiian isi '
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iMrO&TERB AND DEALERS IN LCUUER AND '
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Kort ouvei. Honolulu
H. HAOKFELD OO
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uornei fort ana queen Blreu. Muihiiuhi.
NO. 8. Bld-HIKR
ACCTIONEEU AND QEXERIL BVSIN-Mi AdENT.
ahnona, Kotiala, Hawaii.
.peciait,. Faru.umr !
all kinds of repairs ,
KLnkni Jewelry a
attention paid to all kinds of re pal
' Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON W0KK8,
Steau Enoines, Sdciar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Leap
Machinery ot Uvery Drncriptlon Mmli- to
Order. Particular attention paid to Btups'
Blacksmltlitn(. J'd Wok eiwutist
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agenta for Hawrllan Tslanda
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bts.
- BOTE TELEPHONES 113
Fine Carriages 6c Civil Drivers
To be bad at all hours
J. S. A.NDRADE,
Consolidate- Soda Water Go,, L'd i
Oor. AUflD 4 Fort StR., . Honolulu.
roil v v
H l.l I.IMt if
Japanese, '.- Goods !
400 UGttUD UtflSfc Oooos
M, Lilian ami Crape Shirts
(K UOMPLKTK BIOOK
tirt uy Yaiuatuyn of Yukotiain
ivr When jou In need of an line
Jl .Milanese Goods, give tis 8rsl ,-sll sud
iav gnlni! all around town
aoo JTort S, nu Cuatsm IXauw
D nni Unf ntn onl I AQT1G
iirjni riflllliri film iiiiniin
...., .. w.ia
Tho enlargement of tho LOAN Market '
so B8 t0 tue ani a" "ecossilles Of .
tho larco number of hi.nnrnl.lo .nrln who
nro no"t mam o( MnIncnlnocre'd llcn,
Ktate wan one of the most necessary inno
vations of recent voam. To man v it has
1 meant 'relief from pressing claims nt I ho
1 very time when most essential. When
Eroperly and honorably conducted this
usincss is of equally great importance
and value to the community as Building
' and Loan Associations havo proved them
selves IO DO.
x Hafaifon IovesifDeol Co.
r.rfV: 1: .r-' ,'X' V" "5""""' """.
U.lrA. ...Anl.tLtflf V.Annltl.. ....1 im I
abloto discount their Notes-attho Banks .
and who do not care to uullsato them
selves lo 01110 friend or acquaintance by
asking his endorsements to their Note. '
ilntance bv I
i aims iOinpany win iuuko ixmus upon
1 Household Furnlturo, i'ianos. Organs.
1 Horses, Mules, Wagons, Carriages and
rersor.ai rropmy witnout removing mo
Irniirtv frnm thn Itnrmwpr'n twimptnn. 1
an,l all business will be conducted on at
ST,,,nT.v iiiivrriiRNTiAi. hamr
STKIOTLY OONFIDK1TIAL BABIS.
Tub Hawaiian luTeBtment Co.,
General Real Estate Aoents,
l Sand 16 ICaHhun mm Streets.
(N. a' I'...t Orbce )
Notary Public. Mutual Tditphone 639.
Bell Tel. 881. Mutual Tku 607.
P. O. BOX 32L
( Jarriie Manuihcturv
I2H A 130 FOKT BTItKKT.
BUcksmithing lu Vn,.
Orders from the other Islands in
BaUdlng, Trimming, Palstlng, Etc., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to
W. W. WRIGHT, Puop.
ifineiMMiT in O. WesM
A New Bnsiness 1
I am now prepared to
transact biiRincss that may
be entrusted to my care
witli promptness and dis
patch. Collut-tioiiH made,
Buildings I nsun d a ainpt
los- from fire. Real Estate
propt rly cared for.
W .tiW -r
iiilili'ii Rule Biiziiar.
W. P. Reynolds. Prop.
Perioaicdls and Newspape s
CTATiniJr'D Pine Stationery and
oAAAIUHIjII. cheap Bintloneiy.
Optician, Spectacles & EyeglasLos
Carefully Bulled to nil Sights.
Domestic Sewing Magiiixks
fJn m no Trarc Pinlla
V aillOS. X OyS, UOl 1 Sj
Always Kept on Hand.
A Nice Stock Alwav Kept on Hand
to Select fom BOOKS orderrd by
OU1TAR8 FROM fl.OO UP.
... . .
Flutes. CorneU. Piccolos.
and other Iniitroments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Qultar Stritgs and Fit
BKWINQ MAUHINB NEEDLES
I for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive -
A HAND MACHINE FOR $8.50,
m. G. IRWIN & GO.
- OFFKK FOU SALE
it 'n ' 1 1
fi 1 I 1 1 L 1 y r H t
ALEX. CltOSS ,t SONS'
folebr.su HLgb Grado Cane laoDrDs
Wo aro also prepared to take orders for I
!. N. OiUekXidt Ja Oo.' h i
Insuring prompt delivery. '
This li a superior Faint Oil, uon-
superior Paint Oil. uon.
samln? less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
lasting brilliancy to roior.
Used with drle' It Rives a iltn."tM "m
Kctlncd Sugars, Salmon,
Falxbank Canning Co. ' Corumt Bef
I'AltAFFINi: PAINT CO.'S
Gooipouiids, HoouQg Papers.
(ted'i fitent Steam Fipt Coifiu4
JarboM, DlaB10nai Ena,ol ir-
Especially designed for Vacuum l'ans
O. B. DWIOHT
Dof s U klnils of Work in
Cment & stone Sidwaiks Curbing.
He has on band a lare s-.i.i.lv of Chi.
ntt Urau te Curb nud alway. Wps Ha-
waMan Curblni! Stone. K-tlintti elven
and lowest prices aiHtiri-l IlllTeleplioue
A COLD WATER PAINT
For INSIDE Work ou . .
Factoiiesaud Public Buildings
It is) :i dry jiowdcr which o.m lie
lircpnrcil for iuo by siinjily etirrinu
in COLD WATER anil enn bo 14..
plied by imyono mul will nlwnyi pro
duce Kond work.
It in VKUY WM1TK, cxtrcmrly re
llcutivo iitul bmdi'iis m 11 wnll like
stono nuil will t'iko uny tint
It will In nt (or yonrij, und i mi
allccted by nuti-ii.
OllO CU.it UHlTil bt'tttT tlllt I) tWO
contbof oil puint or whituwutdi.
It enn bo lurd on uny curfnco mid
for all elaf'OH of woik, even for U10
It will not rub, scalo or cniuk, nor
will it foitrn with ngu or discolor.
It will not i-ct in tin; mixing vtcsol,
in fact it improves by etnniliii; n few
It can bo u.-cd to good inlviiiitiio
over old whituwiirh witliout fcnuiiiiK.
IT DIMES OUT WHITE AFTEK
, BEING WET.
s cheaper tliun whitcwiii-h, dura-
id 18 Hiipiuini in imrroiH iroin uu
to 400 Urn., i1ho in boxen of 100, T0
mid 25 ioiindH.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such us Fences, Outbuildings mid
, Laborer' Quarters. It is a tlrck
' n.l,. I.. 1... . I. 111. ..I ...111. ..nl.l .......
jjaoin iu nil uiiiikvii nihil HUM miii.- ,
stands rain and exposure as well as
01 l"dul,and costs but n fraction as
much. It is flrc'rcsibting as it con
tains no oil, mid Ii.ih no equal as a
light rullector iu dark hiibcmcutp,
damp collurs nud similar places. It
is supplied in colors.
FOR SALE BY
Agents for tha flavaiUn IslamlF
Tho business of tho country is
Bottling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows iu the
j pasturo switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails aud the cream is
richer in consequence. Wo believe
I wo havo satisfied every one of our
customers who havo taken milk from
' us anu we are in a position to sun
ply a great many more. Tho people
i who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao duriug tho past two weeks
navo iiau au opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With the exception of a day
or two early in tho lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always beeu
ou timoatourcubtomers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who have beeu patient with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
Ruarauteo nil milk to bo pure aud
free from adulteration.
Thk WAIALAB RANCH.
A national cat show will bo hold
in thn Mntlinon-gqitaro Garden, Now
York, in May.
Tho treaty Iwtwtmu Japan and the,
United States has boon ratified by
the Eniporor of Japan.
Da Gama, revolutionist, has re
entered Brazil and is heading 300
insurRt-uts iu Rio Grande do Sill.
The Agricultural Appropriation
bill left out tho muni provision for
free distribution of sfeds to farmers.
Howard Gould, brother of Gporno
Gould, may marry Misn NelUo
Louise WolHnuton of Hrouklyn,
Cardinal Kampolla, under direc
tion of the Pope, has issused n let
ter opposing perseeutiou of tho
Jews ill Austria.
A Cabinet o Ilk or says that if there
is a coutiuuud run 011 j,'olil President
Cleveland will call an o-lra session
Tho United States ship Atlanta
has sailed from Colon and has prob
ably been t ispatohed to Uoeas del
Toro, whero the Colombian insur
gents aro in force.
Congressman Cannon of Illinois
has figured up that tho appropri
ations made by the last sesion of
Cougres, and also including tho
peniiaueut interest ou tho bonds
which wero authorized, amount to
Gonzales de Queada, Secretary
of the Cuban Revolutionary party iu
tho United Stales, in at Tampa, Fla.
Ho says that the Cubans have had
victories, but that tho press censor
ship prevents tho truth from coming
A Grand Jury at Washington, D.
D.; has returned an indictment of
criminal libel against Charles A.
Dana, editor, and William Laflan,
publisher, of the Now York Sun. for
libeliug Frank B. Noyes, proprietor
of the Washington Evening Star.
Arguments concerning tho consti
tutionality of tho income tax wero
' partly heard at Washington by the
Supreme Court of the United States.
Tho Farm-rb'oud Continental Trust
companies of New York aro the
parties making the test.
Kev. Charles Ferguson of Cohas
eel, Ma8,. has written to tho Boston
Herald that: "1 cauuot in con
science teach that tho doctrine of
the virgin birth of our Lord is an
absolute essential of our Christian
faith." Ho will probably bo tried
for heresy. Ho is an Episcopalian.
The United States transport Foxji
caught fire while en route from
Philadelphia to the Bottou navy
yard, and tho powder magazine, con
taining 100 pounds of smokeless
powder, was threatened. Hard work
prevented an .explosion aud saved
tho vessel, which was forced to put
iu at I'rovincetowu for safety.
Tho men working in the Creed
more mine of the Ohio aud Pennsyl
vania Coal Company havo beeu
warned by tho strikers to quit. A
contliet was threatened at tho miuo,
but it was averted. About 15,000
coal miners are ou strikoin Penn
sylvania. Tho Boylo Bros mines at
Fiuleyvillo will pay the scalo asked
by the strikers.
a Iu the French Chamber of Depu
ties Deputy Ilichard was silonced by
President Hrisson whou he said that
the sending ot a French war-sbip to
assist in celebrating tho opening ot
the North Sea and Baltiu Canal is
Franco's bitterest humiliation since
1870. Ho afterward Baid: "1 bow to
your authority, but tho country ap
plauds what 1 have left unsaid.
Tho British Commons asks that
I the United States pay the money
, awarded to Canada by the Bohring
; Sea Arbitration Committee. Sir
Julian Pauncefote has bten in
structed to urge upon tho United
States Government that nngotiations
l should bo ronewed. Tho Canadian
Fcalors, pending tho payment of
$125,000 by the Uuited States, havo
asked tho Canadian Government to
advauco that Bum.
, liauif, iu Havana, says that tho
Spauixh Government lias demanded
that he shall lit) recalled because ho
' has demanded that Americans who
.are held as prisoners of war bo tried
before the civil courts, nud that they
shall be defetidtd by couusfl. Four
prisoners, Sauguilly, Acquirre, Can.
j illo aud Pernzo, bad citizenship
papers issueu in .Now York, "luey
cauuot bully me," says tho Americau