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VOL. IX. NO. 1327.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, APRIL 30 1895
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alAaV'ACTDRIIIO JXWXLXX AND WATCH
MAKER. Koknl Jewelry specialty. Particular
atUntion paid to all kinds of repairs
Campbell Blook, Merchant Street.
HONOiMTLU XBON WOBKB,
8txam Ehoinbs, Buoar Mills, Boilirs,
Coolies. Iron, Brass and Lxad
Machinery of Every Description Mauu to
Order. Particular attention paid to Bhlpi'
Blaoksmlthlng. Job Work executed at
Atlas Assurance Go.
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Amnio for Hawaiian Island
City Carriage Co.,
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- BOTH TELEPHOHES 113 -
Pine Carriages & Civil Drivers
To b bad at all hoars.
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Consolidated Soda Water Go., L'd
Oor. 4Ud Port 81a.,
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people who wmef
on typewrit era marvel
that busy business men
still cling1 to the pen pro
cerus. The bubint s- man
Ufeinjr i typewriter would
not voluntas ily return to
the old method, because
he can turn off more
work, of a better quality,
and with less effort on
Toe Mhd Wbo Never
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believes tin task of learn
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and hopelcs-s one. Try.
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can. Your first attempt
will probably reveal the
fact that you do faster
work with the pen.
That's quite natural ;
you arc just learning.
Your next tiial will fur
prise you. Your fingers
go to the right keys in
stinctively. It becomes
easier and you will then
begin to r alize the use
fulness and benefit of a
CHOICE OF A TYPEWRITER
will either mako or mar
your writing happimss.
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desiring a machine, that
comb'nes speed, durabi
lity, does perfect work,
and lastly, has the easiest
keyboard to learn, buy
Tiiis typewriter stands at
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First Consignment of BOCK BEER
arrived at .
From the Frederlcksberp Brewing Co.
of San Jose, Cal.
1309 WM. CUNNINGHAM. lw
Beach House To Let!
Is to lrt or lease nt
walklkl heach, a few mm
ntes' walk from the tram
car. It has Cook Houso, Math House and
Good Ben lluthing Houeboll Utensil
and Dishes are all complete. Booms may
be let with bathing privileges, If theholt
premises are not taken.
Have othtr House In town and suburbs
to let, furnished and unfurnished.
Also, Building l)ts for al.
Inqulreof DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf i'i Mi-reliant street.
HO YEN KER & CO.,
41 Niiiibiiii Hirwi
Tinsmiths. Plnmhino, Etc.
UHOCKKKY and OLAHHWAllK.
Whereas, Mr. L. Bkioke of 51 Mer
chant Streot, and well-known in
Honolulu, did complain, boforo a
large audience on Monday night
last in the old Armory, on the cor
ner of Baretania and Punchbowl
Streets, that Rheumatism had
been torturing him for the past
SO years, Mr. Boicko stated that
he had tried everything ho know
of to obtain relief but all ended in
failure. Shquaii upon being ap
plied to, immediately suggested
that the ituouuiatistn Dad boon in
possession quite long enough, and
proceeuou to givo u nonce to quit
by applying the Seqoah Oil to
tho parts aQliuted aud in tho pre
sence of a numbor of goutlemen
from the audience roliored tho i
sufferer from his torture; and,
Wuereas, the said Mr. Beicke, pre
vious to tho treatment, could not
walk without tho aid of a stout i
stick, is now to bo seen about town i
as lively as a kitten, fooling as
ploasod as a dog with two tails.
Others besides tho above have re
ceived the same wonderful relief
and Sequaii's fame is spreading i
far and near. i
Cripples with Rheumatism aro
now pouring into the old Armory
every evening, where Sequah lectures i
at 7:30. All invited. Seats provided.
National Band in attendance. Ad
tJtT SxquAU attends at the old
Armory each day at S o'clock for
sale of his Remedies and to receive
persons who wish to undergo his
J,For your own benefit,
come, see, hear and judge for
The business of the' country is
settling into its foruior groove. Our
geutlemauly driver has roturned
from his vacation, the cows iu the
nasturo switch flies instead of bul-
1 lots with their tails and the cream it
! richer in consequence. Wo believe
. we havo satisfied every one of our
customers who have takeu milk from
us and we are in a position to sup
I ply great many more The people
who from choice or necessity visited
I Waialao during tho past two weeks
have had an opportunity to boo just
what sort of diet our stock foods
I upon, and no longer wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Uur facilities lor delivory are the
best. With the oxceptiou of a day
or two early in the late unploasaut
ness pur drivers havo always been
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with ue
aud to solicit a continuance of their
patrouago. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to be pure aud
free from adulteration.
Tub WAIALAE RANCH.
LATR FOREIGN MEWS.
San Khanoimo. April 22
(IVr 8 8 Cojitlc.)
A snnll rooky islet on tho Moudn
ciuo, Cal., i'ont is repotted to have
burst out in n volcanic eruption.
Senator Cullom of Illinois is to
visit the Pacific Coast.
The fight between Corbott and
Fit etimmons is lost to Florida. It
may come off in Now Orleans.
Tho United States defender of the
America cup will havo her first raro
July 1, when she will race tho yacht
Vigilant iu the Lirchmout Yacht
Nine new Democratic morning
papers nro to bo star'ud iu Chicago.
Harriron is predicted from Indi
auapolis to bo tho bimetallic candi
date for President.
The U. S. S. Concord has arrived
nt Nagasaki, the Castine at Zanzibar
and the Olympin ntS.'iu Diego.
Tho Nicaragua Caunl Commission
is arriving at Washington to or
ganize ManiiHl Riveroll i in jail for tho
theft of n gold brick valued at
$12,800 owned by the Ybarra Gold
Paul Schulzo is jhort half a mil
liou dollars iu his accounts with tho
Northern Pad Go Railway.
Citizen of Oregon are moving to
mako a suitable present to the bat-
tleship Oregon in recoguitiou of the
Russell Sage and Jay Gould's t
estato are defendants in a suit of tho j
Soldier' Home nf St, Louis, to com
pel on accounting for tho proceeds
of 20,082 shares of Kansas Pacific
consolidated bonds valued with in-,
torest at $11,000,000. I
Tho fastest railroad time over !
made iu America was by a special
nowspapor traiu between Philadel
phia aud Atlantic City. It was dono ,
in 10 minutes, the distance being I
58 8-10 miles, and the average speed l
was 70J miles an hour.
Mrs. Parnel), tnnthor of the lato i
Irish agitator, is seriously ill at her '
homo iu New Jersey, I
Alonzo Snyder, the colloctor of I
the aristocratic Second Baptist !
Church of Chicago, is a defaulter iu
sovoral thousand dollars of church
funds. He is GO years old aud is in
different to his disgrace. His books
had not been balanced for eight
A Houston, Texas, dispatch says
more than 1200 nogroes from tho
United States are kept in Moxico by
armed guards, and worked under a
system of slavery worse than Russian
exiles endure in Siberia.
Alouzo J. Whitman, an alleged
forger from Sau Francisco, is under
r.tmnnflnmnt in Mutir Vrtrls
Collis P. Huntington, tho veuer
ablo president of tho Southorn Paci
fic Railroad Compauy, nppoared bo
foro United States Commissioner
Shields at Now York on tho22d iust.,
to answer tho chargo of violating
the interstate commerce law by is
suing a pass to Frank M. Stone, n
Sau Francisco lawyer. Ho was allow
ed to go ou his own recognizance.
From a Mexican Jail.
Johnson H. Mauley, a locomotive
engiueor who recontly escaped from
tho coal mines about eight miles
from Mexico, has arrived at Hous
ton, Texas, with a strange story.
Years ago ho went to Moxico as au
engineer ou the International rail
road. Seven years ago his train,
backing out of a siding, ran over
aud killed a Mexican peon. The
wholo train crow wore arrested and
thrown into prison, aud without a
trial sent to work in tho mines. One
night last January a guard got
drunk aud Mauley knocked his head
inwith a chunk of coal. He called
his comrades Bill Hughes, fireman;
BillyOlark, conductor, aad Frank
Goodwin and Billy Stillwell, brake
men and they knocked anothor
guard iu the head and threw his
bbdy down the shaft. They took
tho pistols of the dead guards and
struck for tho mouutains. They
traveled for threo months, avoiding
villages aud railways. Two years
ago Mauley saw John Reynolds, a
10 year old boy from Syrncuso, N.Y.,
shot for hiving killed a Mexican in
bolf-dofenso. Some of tho prisoners
in the mine had boon confined for
twenty years, and none of them ever
had the semblnuco of a trial. Man
ley says the treatment accorded tho
prisouors is worso thau iu Siberia.
A true bill has beou rendered
against Oscar Wilde.
Right Hon. Arthur W. Pool, ox
Speaker of the House of Commons,
has been created a Viscount.
Italy has boou informed that
Venezuela has agreed to pay $100,000
for the loss sustained by Italians iu
tho lato civil war iu Venezuela.
Sir Robert Hamilton, recently
Governor of Tasmauia, is dead. Ha
has a Crimean record, was a sup
porter of Gladstone's home rulo
policy, a native of Shetlaud, Scot
land, and 50 years of age.
Dt. Frederick William Farrar,
archdeacon of Wostmiustor, has been
appoiuted Dean of Cantorbury. Ho
is author of "Tho Life of Christ,"
and in tho United States is ono of
tho most popular of English divines.
A special to the New York World
from Caracas says stops havo been
takjn to bring about an alliancoof
all tho Latin-American countries
against European aggression.
A local revolt has brokon out in
Sautiago del Terrestra, tho central
province of the Argentine Republic
Governor Lo Gar has lied from tho
Minister Costigan, of Marine and
Fisheries, announced iu the Cana
dian House of Commons that the
Government had been promised aid
by the Imperial Government toward
seouriug the award of $125,000,
agreed upon as tho proper amount
to bo paid by tho United States as a
compensation to British Columbia
There is to be a monster Orange
celebration at Victoria, B. O, on
Tho Guatemala Assembly has ap
proved the settlement with Moxico,
and the Mexican Senate will take
the matter up this week.
The Indian Frontier.
Sir Robert Low, commander
of tho British expedition against
Umra Khan, has confirmed tho ro
port that Ohitral was relieved by
Col. Kelly. Gen. Calacroi's Hying
column has reached Dir, aud tho
main body is following rapidly. A
sonsation has been caused in mili
tary and other circles by tho dis
covery by Sir Robort Low at Mian
kalai of a lottor to Umra Khan from
a Bombay firm offering to supply
him with every kind of modern
weapon aud enclosing photographs
of quick-firing guns.
If you want your watch ropairod.
If you want jowelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or auv
tluug iu tho jewelry line. II. G.
Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort streot,
is your mau. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Won
ner & Co.