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523 Fort. Sreet.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
C. E. Williams & Son
ESTABLISHED 1 sfe.
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Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are it clincher
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609 AND 611
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Agent for the Hawaiian Island.
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is a tznnd tinw to rtnsv it.
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73 King Street, Redwird's Old Stand.
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ALU PEHSONS HAVING WIEI.ANH
JJeer egs In ttiolr nos-esslfn will
ob h tho underalgi,ed by Information in
legurd to same,
O. J. MfUAKTIIY,
1-S7- In Criterion Baloon.
THE ALLIANCA AFFAIR
Schooners Reported to Htivi Bpen
Fired On by Spanish War Vessula
New Vohk, March 18. A en'ole
special to tin World from Havana
say: The comtnnii er of the Spanish
cruiser (Joiide (In Veuadito reports
that on March 8th, while cruising
oft" the east urn coast of Iho Islam),
ho sighted a steamer heading for
' Maisi point. Tho steamor'a course
was to tin noitlica'. Tim crimer
hoisted a Hag and the steamer re
plied by raising tho English ilag.
The cruiser signaled tho ste imor to
top, but tvitbout effect. A the
steamer proccoded at full spued tho
cruiser Grst firrd two blank charges
and thou two solid shots.
i Tho commander says bo did not
desire to hit the steamer, but merely
to cause her to heave to. Ho as
serts that the steamer was but one
and a halt miles off tho Cuban coast
whon tho firing occurred. The
authorities here have ordered that a
I full inquiry be mado into the com
1 manders statemout. Judging from
I Captaiu Crossmau's story, nobody
can doubt that the steamer in quea
tion was tho Allianca, which was
firod on by a Spanish cruiser on
A Herald spocial froui Havana
I says: It is reported hero that the
Allianca carried 21,000 rifles south
I on tho trip on which she was fired
at. It is also reported here that
there wero landed on tho ocsteru
end of tho island so mo in on who
t wore pasjongora on tho Allianca.
Those men, it is reported, woro taken
off tho Alliauca in a fishing smack
tho night preceding tho firing.
It has boon learned that the crui
ser which fired on tho Alliauca was
tho Coudo do Venadilo. Tho Com
, mander General of Mariuo hero has
reported tho matter to the Captain
, General, and tho latter has asked for
further details of tho incident.
f Nkw York, iMnrch ID Tho Ward
i lino steamer Segurauca arrived in
port yesterday, three days out from
Havana. Speaking of tho Alliauca
matter, one of the passougeis said
ho heard a Spanish official cay the
Spaniards had been waiting for a
chauce to fire noon American ves
sels, as they believed tho Americans
were aiding tho insurgents.
New York, March 18. In rocpouso
to a message sent him by tho editor
of tho Now York Times, tho follow
ing cablegram was received by that
newspaper to day from William C.
Whitney, former Secretary of tho
"Naples, March 18. I reply to
your dispatch a.-t follows: In con
sidering what should be done con
cerning tho outrage perpetrated by
a Spauibb man-of-waruu firing on
tho Allianca ono fact should not bo
lost sight of. It was deliberate and
with full kuowledgo of tho character
, of tho act. It is certain that no per
son in command of any war vessel in
tho world would bo ignoraut that
firing upon merchant vessels of an
other power on tho high seas in time
of poaco would violate the law of
1 nations. Tlioro is not a subordiuato
officer of any rnau-of-war in tho
j world who has not been sufficiently
' instructed to know that. It is there
fore a cas of willful insult to tho
American flag and pooplo. I do not
, recall so waatou an outrage as bap
I pouiug to any first-class power in
1 fifty years. An apology scarcely
wipes out such au affront.
I "Tho truth is, wo bavo hauneuod
to como in for a piece of the general
brutality and ruffianism that holds
Cuba. Tho thing is a relio of tho
Middlo Ages. It is a disgrace to us
that lies at our doorstep.
"It makes my blood boil, for one.
Of course they will tpoJogue elabor
ately, and discipline the officer, but
whuu wo aro looking toward him the
general terrorism which holds Cuba
down while they lick her blood will
have been substantially increased at
our expense. You can gather what
my opinion is. What tlio Govern
ment should do is another matter.
The President, in such matters, is
generally a safw percon to follow;
but as you ask my opiubn, thero it
I Charles L. Hopkins has filed a
bond in S1000 as tho new trustee cf
Nancy Sunnier fellis.
A. Keok, sued as garnishw of John
Martin, receiver, Iisr filed an answor
to James J. Hyrue's suit, denyiug
that ho owed Martin anything nt
tlio time of service of summons. A
similar answer is mado in the suit
against John Allen aud others by
Wra, O. Smith, administrator of
the estate of Kobort Brown, has
filed a supplomantary account show
ins a balance due the eslafo of
Chcong Hoy has sued out a bill
to dissolve the partnership of Chin
Wo Co. and others.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuiiaiiu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and &0
cents per night; tl and ll.'JS per
In tho Circuit Court, First Circuit,
Hawaiian Islands In Equity
Comm!ssilon:r'.s No;Ici if Sao.
THi: UNDKISRIUVEI) tVMMi&SION
X vr, Ii ri'liy glvn notion tint iiy vir u
nfuti onli r i. mt li the Hon. V AnsM i
Vliltltii. Hrt ludxr uf tha Circuit ('our .
Vlrst Urcitit. Hawalii u Islands ho will
cxoc fur alc t tl front door of Alilo
lnnl Halo, In tlio Iiy oi Honolulu o.ihu,
on FRIDAY, April ft. 1W, at 10 o'clock
.M.,oll tnn rluliMitle sml interest of Koe
Akonti, KHMknaunalnntnokii Akoni;. In
the llul uiikI of Km iilllimlini'. Mumim,
UkIiu. Krutitcl to V. 11. i Ice In trus for
Kannknlkl mid U others hv ltoal I'nt
eiit Grant No. 101, mid interest being
rpinl toonr-liiilf of on1 tin! vllrd slmre,
Mihjcct to tliu right it dower vt Annie
lloloknhlkl Alco nil tlio rlglit. tltlu iii.il
Intcrcit of bamitel Mal.ulona, Ktlm1 Marif
Ion and A1U .Mulicloini in tlio raid land
of KapaliUiahltio, ald lu(erctl)elni; C'tunl
to on undivided s'inre, suIiJhci to tho
r'L'ht of dowe' of Kniint N. Mahelona
Aim nil tlio rlht, thin and Interest of
Thfoplillu .Moirnif and Tlionms Mtrnlf
In tha raid hind of Kapntllunhltie, laid In
trot being u pinl to tuo-t'ilrdt of on iin-dlvld-d
ilinre. sulijcct to the life citato of
Frank Mtralf , Mm i.' 1 1 lm subject to the
ponllriniitliiii of huC. urt. TKK.MSOASH.
United Sta'es cold roln on pfyontatlon of
dirils. Coti () (,,ie nnd deeds nt e.xpenso
llutod Honolulu, March "0, IK'V.
Beach Residence !
Foil liKNT, LEASE or SALE.
SITUATED IN KAl'TOLAVI I'AltK,
next to reiddpiiPi) of Jus. 11. Calle. is
for licit, U at or Sain; Hinil.dud or Un
fiiniLli-d. Aliti, for 8a o or I case
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land,
Situated on WIMt-r Avenue.
:xr For further part'eulnrs, apply to
KVJ-tf 1)1 ennd I'lock King'trect.
NEW COTrAQB ON .y -v
Thurston Avenue, Oj'ivisC,;
Ijirgo I ot nicely luld out. iMJiftitllL
For tale, some Ferns, and CtiifiSlSS-llani-ing
lluckcti. Alii Carrlnue H'Ttc.
Usi ,w K I. i.ii.i.m:.
KOOMO AND I10AUD.
,1 liVW l W.Mr I'll l All i.i. ..,
J.X. of age. n'l n odern fvkft
lmp'ovoienH, u lh Ptnlil-, t.v-iSr
Ham ad berviints' Itooni Z,ibiX
on premises, on Klnau street ono hlock
ironi iiinsO'cars. ror iiiiriicuisrn app'y 10
rHE"Al,MA')TTA(lE" ... -.-x
at he 'erml' us of the ff&&iZjb
amcars, Wntklkl Jot (its fcitilSEBL
f'OLtsge on lilt) so.i MlltM,ihU)jXIS
B Imutsue on
able for ii.ithliig pU'ioH's. Tho Mouse Is
com nod oils, militated on n w-ll Improved
lot i onta'ning Kruli and I IriiamcuUI Trcrs.
l'or imttlcu urj Irniulre of
JJO lm Q. E. HQAItnMAS.
rpilESMAI.b COTTAGE w, .
A on tli iirciiilte-lentfd ffmfh7 jt?
to mo at Kuwnlalino; also jutJl
the l,Btool sa'd jeemlses. BV-ifc-XyK
To anyone unvlng the Co togo I will give
iii tlw Ifii'o of tho main building free for
three month. The Cottage contains one
room llxli feet, another one iW fret, and
a veranda "x'il feet, iron roof ant btrong
foumlHtlon. Apply on the premUe.
lfOMm M. UOTO, M. 1).
1 promises ultitito on the
eaststrleof the old Msklkl
iiUvj round, formerlv oicu
pied dv a. liurienncrg, h.M. lliu lm id
liis are modern aud commodlnns and the
spacious grounds are ld out In fruit and
1 omnmenUl t es. Easy terms to desira
ble tenant. Fur flintier particulars please
apply to JIKUUE OAltTWKiallT.
Beach House To Let !
Is to let or leaeo lit
Wulktkl beach, a few mlii
utes' wMlk from the tram-
car. It has Conk Jloasu, Hath Houso and
i Oood Sea Ilathlng. Houeholl Ulenslls
and Dishes are alt complete. Rooms may
be let with bathing privileges, If tho whole
promises aro not taken.
Having rented ull tlm other housos on
my list I am ready to takoauy furtlior
i ardors In that Hue
Impilreof DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf I.' Merchant street.
jCilifornia and Hdwaiian Fmit
AND l'UODUt'i: COMPANY.
i Opp. 0. R. & L. Depot, on King Stvq',
Orocerlec, I'mvN oris and lee Houe
OoihIs, I'leh, Vigeiables, Frozen it htcrs,
I'm received hv uviry scaiiier from fcan
KraudMO and Vancouver.
I4T Tiiu bhlpptug Trade silppllid.
Goo Cavanagh, - Manager.
tmr TELEPHONE No. 755 -H
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klkl beach. &l?tim
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ItEAIi ESTATE. LOANS,
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ff Agent to Take Acknowledgments
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t Tl'.l.El'HONE 181 -sn
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