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VOL. IX. NO. 1297.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1895.
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Importers akd Dealers in Lumber ako
all kinds or Building Matxiiau.
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Mandfactobinu Jewklxb and Watch
fclukul Jewelry specialty. ParUouiat
attention paid to all kinds of repairs
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
HONOLULU IBON WORKS.
Steam Enoinis, Sikiab 'Mills, Boilxrs,
Coolers. Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Deecripliou Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships;
Blacxsmlthlng. Job Work execntfd at
Atlas Assurance Go.
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Acents for Hawaiian Island
City Carriage Co.,
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To bi bad at nil hour
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water (to, L'd
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Siik, Luitjti aad Crape Shirts
OP OOMPI.RTK STOCK
vlivle by Yauiaton uf YokoIiAiim,
i9 Whrn you are In nted of auv line
jf Jnpanese Goods, glreTus' Grit rnl nd
ip tiling nil around town
SOS JPort St. nnj Cuatarix XXqvls
Real Estate and Loans
The enlargement of the LOAN Market
so as to coyer the wants and necessities of
the large nunibor of honorable people who
are not owners .of unincumbered Heal
Estate was one of the most nocessary inno
vations of rerent years. To many it has
meant relief from pressing claims at the
rery time when most essential. When
Eroperly and honorably oondnotcd this
uslness is of equally great lniiwrtance
and value to the community as Building
and Loan Associations have proved them
selves to be.
The Hawaiian Imvestmeot Go.
Makes a specialty of Negotiating and Pro
curing Loans for Borrowers who are un
able to discount their Notes at the Banks
and who do not caro to obligate them
selves to some friend or acquaintance by
asking his endorsements to their Note.
This Company will make Loans upon
Household Furniture, Pianos. Organs.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, Carriages and
Personal Property without removing the
Property from the Borrower's possei-slon,
and all business will be conduoted on a
STHIOTLY CONFIDENTIAL BASIS.
Toe Hawaiian Investment Co.,
General Real Estate Agents,
13 and 16 Kaahuwauu Btnols,
(K.ar PtwtOitice )
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639.
Bell Tel. 881. Mutual Tel. 607.
P. O. BOX 321.
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IN ALL ITS
Orders from the other Islands in
Bonding., TrlaaUg, PalBtlag, Etc., Rio.,
Promptly Attended to
W. W. WEIGHT, Prop.
(Successor In G. West.)
A New Business!
I am now prepared to
transact business that may
bo entrusted to my care
with promptnesH and dis
patch. Collections made,
Buildings Jnsuivd against
losi f i om firo. Real Estato
propu'ly cared for.
W. P. RifulsU. Prip.
PItOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
QTATIflMFP' Ft Stationery ati1
9m A AA Jl IWHAJAIfl
Optician, Spectacles ft Eyeglastes
Carefally suited to all 8Ights.
Domestic Sewing Machines
Gaines, Toys, Dolls
Always Kept on Hand.
Diiriei -1895 -Diaries
A Nice Stock Always Kept on Hnnd
to Select from. BOOKS ordered by
ODITABS FROM 14.00 UP.
Flutes. Cornets, Piccolos, Ukulele
and other Instruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Guitar Strings and Fit
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE fob I8.G0.
WH. G. IRWIN & GO.
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ALEX. CROSS & EONS'
CflMmtMl Hiih 6nde Cane lananv
Wo are also prepared to take orders for
ICeasare. IT. OhleuncLi Oo h
Injuring prompt delivery.
BOILED LUCOl. !
Thlr is a superior Paint OUoon.
leas pigment than Linseed Oil, and
lasting brilllanov to colon.
sed with drier It Hives a tnWilbl rtonr
Refined Sugars, Salmon,
FalrbaiutCaaHlnQ, Co.'s Corncti Baul
l'AUAPFINi: PAINT CO.'S
Gomponodo, Rooflag & Papeis,
lut'i Patent Steam Plp I'ounut
JarboM1 Diamond, Enamel BveV
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans
, ( Does all klnus of Work in
Ctment & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
He has on hand a larga supply of CM
ntie Granite Curb and alwava k.ens ll.
wailan Curbing Stone. Etlmatn given
and lowest prices assured. Bell Telephone
ORIZABA IN ERUPriON
People of Vers Cruz Alarmed Over
ConoDoiu, Statu of Vera Cruz,
Mexico, March 10. Tho peak of
Orizaba, an ancient volcauo, is in a
state of eruption. The signs of dis
turbance) began to manifest thorn
solves Sunday night and have- in
creased iu forro constantly since
that Urn. It is now vomiting poi
sonous gases and thick volumes of
smoke are emitted from 100 aper
tures in its great maw. Tho oarth
for 100 miles around is shaken peri
odically with subterranean vibra
tions. Great alarm exists among
the dwellers in the cities of Com
dobs, Orizaba. Kalaha and tho
dozens of J. mall villages scattered
within the scopo of tho strange and
interesting phenomenon Tho shocks
as yet havn not been of a disastrous
nature and no damage from them
has bfou reported. Tho rim of tho
crater glows like fire and tho thick
gases rolling down tho mountain
sidos Lavo setaflamo tho grasses and
vegetation cldthing tho sides to tho
summit, which adds to tho deusitv
of tho smoke and tho grandeur of '
the spectacle .
nor of Vera Cruz will shortly namo
a commission of scientists to make
all the investigation into the erup
tion possible and to make recom
mendations looking to the protec
tion of the inhabitants of the neigh
boring villages. The present erup
tion is in tho heart of the best im
proved coffee district in Mexico, ,
uhore are located many Americans,
who have embarked in the profita-1
ble business. The coffee plantations i
aro not as yet thought to be in any
danger of damage, nor will they be
unless the fall of thick or.aes occurs,
which is not considered probable.
Masses ara being said in all the
churches in the locality to ward off
I no impending danger. Uoming
soon after the iato destructive vol
canic activities in many parts of tho
republic, tho eruption of Orizaba
has many terrors, not only to th
people in its vicinity, but to all living
in the great volcanic belt of Mexico,
stretching from tho active volcano
of Colima on the west coast, an un
usual oruption, clear to tho Gulf of
Mexico on tho east. Within th's
belt are numbored dozens of old
crators, either in repose or smoking
constantly. It is natural to suppose
that should its eruptions contluuo
tho other volcanoes will be affoctod
and a general earthquake period sot
in. Tho consequences of such a
catastrophe are hard to foretell, but
could hardly be anything less than
very disastrous to Puebla, Mexico
I City and the hundreds of other
towns in the heart of Mexico.
The Country a Gainer Both Way a
A comparative statement of cus
toms receipts during the first half
year undor tho MoKiuley tariff law
and under the Wilson law shows
that the rocoipts under tho new law
were nearly 25 percent greater than
under the old. Tho total undor tho
McKinley law was $64,786,541, and
undor the Wilson law $79,080,156.
There was not ono month of the six
i i which the receipts undor tho new
law wore not greater than under the
old. Thus it is apparont that tho
now law not only reduces tho cost of
goods to couBumors, but increases
tho revenues. Savannah News.
Philadelphia's Shore Drill.
The battalion of the U. S. cruiser
Philadelphia came ashoro for its
weekly drill this morning. The
weather was Gue a Bliff breeze
blowing and the atmospht re cool
just the weather suited for a long
tramp. The men brought with thorn
two machino guns besides extra ac
coutrements in tho shape of oil
skin coats. The battalion was
marched to tho League basoball
grounds, and was as usual led by
the flagship's baud. They roturned
about 11:80 o'clock.
Houses Blown Down.
Two woodon houses at Kamoililli,
makai of tho old stono church, wero
blown down in tho gale on Sunday
night. Tho buildings woru happily
unoccupied at tho timo of tho disas
ter. The natives felt tho buildings
shaking and left, takiug bodolothes
and blankets with them. Tliov wero
sleeping in a grovo of kiawe trees
wneu tue nouses wore Diown down.
NYKPHE WINS AGAIN.
This Time the Brltiah Tara Defeat
There was a cricket match botween
teams from II B. M. S. Nymphe and
tho U. S. S. Philadelphia yesterday.
The Nymphe team won although iu
a harder contest than tho Honolulu
team gave it on Saturday. Phila
delphia is tho cricket town of tho
United States, and tho men of tho
cruiser Philadelphia, on this occa
sion, did no discredit to her patro
nymic. Harrison of the Nympho
carried bis bat out of tho gamo with
a score of -18. Following is tho
t. p. it, riiiLMiKiruiA.
Hoiiklin, b Hiirrlton o
G bbons, b Ilatrleon to
Hates, b Harrison in
Kennedy, b Hurriron 8
Lawrence, h Ilarrltou u
Carson, b Harrison , l
ljulnn. cThompion, b Bamsoy l
Uiclr, b Hiirrlfon
Willi, not out o
Murphy, 1) Harrison o
Itatcman, b Hnrrlxo i o
ii. m. h. m-mthc
Gentler, o Ilitr, b (UMioiu X
Vorrall. b 01 iImjih
Hill, bdibboiii , 0
Harrison, not out -is
Hnpklni. ran rut o
Thompson, plnynt on 0
Pink, b (HbhoiH (I
llnuiKoy, b lit jiklus a
Bush, o Mopkfnn j'J
Hubblm, li Hopkins 1
Rol'e,c niltloiis o
Kxtra . ... 4
A matiih between U. S. S. Phila
delphia and Honolulu will now be
in order, and a few moro after that.
The local crickotors havo hitherto
had to depend on the prosence of a
British man-of-war to havo a match.
Enemies of Progress.
When the P. C. Advortisor adopts
tho Iauguago of a correspondent,
and charges Anglican prolates with
being the determined and avowed
onemios of human progren ho uses
a word which, liko the kindred word
' "liberty," is of ton used nottooxpross
but to conceal tho aims of those
who use it. Thus by "liberty" they
mean the liberty to repress and cur
tail the liborties of others; and tho
"pr gross" they extol is thoir own
progress towards unlimitod powor,
which enables thorn to enjoy tho
spoils of oQlco, while they tax a peo
ple who have no representation in
tho govorumont. It is to this kind
of progress that tho Auglicau pre-
latos have been in tho pant, and, it is
to bo hoped, will bo always in tho
future found to bo solidly opposed.
I Tho following passage may bo quoted
as an impartial testimony in tho
favor of the action of the See of
Canterbury. Speaking of Magna
Charts, Hallam says:
t "As for as wo are guided by histo
rical testimony, two great men, the
pillars of our church and state, may
be considered as entitled boyond tho
rest to the glory of this monument:
Stephen Laugtou, archbishop of
Canterbury, and William, Earl of
Pembroke. To their temperate zeal
for a legal government, England
was indebted during that critical
period for the two greatest blessings
that patriotic statesmen could con
fer: the establishment of civil lib
erty upon an immovable basis, and
tho preservation of national inde
pendence uuder the ancient line of
sovereigns, which rashor mon wero
about to oxohauge for tho domiuion
of France." Alfjied Willis.
'March 2.", 1895.
In tho fall of 1893 a son of Mr. T.
A. McFarlaud, a prominent mor
chant of Live Oak, Sutter Co , Cal.,
was taken with a very heavy cold.
Tho pains in his chest wore so tovoro
that ho had spasms and was threat
etiod with pneumouia. His father
Savo him sovoral large doses of
hamberlaiu's Cough Komody which
broko up tho cough ami cured him.
Mr. McFarland says whonover his
ehildron have croup ho invariably
gives them Chamberlain's Cough
Itemedy and it always cures them.
Ho considers it tho best cough
romedy iu the market. For sale by
all donlors. Bensou, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Miss Dudley, a missionary from
Japan, addressed tho Missionary
Gleaners at Central Uniu Church