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VOL. IX. NO. 1330.
HONOLHU . H !.. FUID.SY, MAY 3, 1895.
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Imobtim add Dealers in Lcmbib and
all Kin lis or Boiluiku Matuialb. .
Fort Street, Honolalo.
H. HAOXnCXJ) 00..
Uxniral Commission Aoi.its.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, ttwuuiinti.
mo. a. 8MTHIES.
AUCTIONEER AHD GENERAL BUSINESS AflENT.
Mahokona, Kohala, Hawaii.
MANCrACTDBIHO JEWELER AND WATCH
MAKER. Kuknl Jewelry specialty, fartiuuiar
attention paid to all kinds of repairs
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON WORKS,
Btbam Enoinis, Bdoab Mills, Boilers,
Coolers. Iron, Brash and Lead
Machinery of Kvery Description Maae u
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blackinilthing. Job Work erecntrl at
Atlas Assurance Go.
H..W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agent" for Hawaiian Islands
City Carriage 'Co.,
Corner King and BeAhel Bta.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Pine Carriages k Civil Drive
To be had at all hoars.
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Oor. Allen k Fori St., flonolola.
lOM.tl A Kent-
A COLD WATER PAINT
Por INSIDE Work on . .
Facto: ies and Public Buildings
h ie a dry jiowdor which crn bo
jrepnri'd for uco by simply ttirritii
n COLD WATER nntl can bu nj.
jlied by anyone ntid will always tiro
lnco good work.
It is VERY WHITE, wUrcniL'ly re
lectivo and liurdoiiH on u wall liko
itono and will tako any tint.
It will last for years, and it tin
iiluctcd by gaecH.
One coat covers butter than two
'.oataof oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surface nnd
or all clast-es of work, even for tlio
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not set in the mixing vessel,
n fact it ininroveH by standing a few
It can be ued to good advantage
iver old whitewash without ccraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 800
o 400 lbs., also in boxes of 100, CO
nd 25 pounds.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such hb Fences, Outbuildinga and
Laborer's Quarters. It is a thick
pasto to bo diluted with cold wuttr;
Uands rain nnd exposure as well as
)il paint, and costs but a fraction as
aiuch. It is lire-resisting as it con
tains no oil, and has no equal hr a
'iglit retlector in dark basements,
lamp collars and similar places. It
'k supplied in colors.
.... FOR SALE DY ....
kmti (nr tlie Hawaiian IkIxuii
HENRY II WILLIAMS AND KD
ward A. Williams have this day ills
tolved the partnership heretofore exlstlnc
between them nmlor the linn name of
Pioneer Furniture Company ai well as of
Allllams Brothers In the Furniture and
OndertakliiR Basinets In Honolulu, In the
(Bland of Oahu.
Henry H. Williams retires from sId
drni and buslnesi and Kdwaul A. Wll
lams remains In said business, hayliiR
formed a partnership therein with his
'ather, 0. K. Williams.
The new tlrm consists of 0 E. AVIlllama
mil K. A. Williams, and henceforth will
sarry on said Furniture and Undertaking
Business in said Honolulu, under the firm
:ome of 0. E Williams & Son.
The new firm will collect all accounts
iwinR to the old Arm and pay all liabilities
Dated March 30th. A. D 1895.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
KD. A. WILLIAMS,
I303-2W 0. E. WILLIAMS.
G. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector nod Copyist
Ofllcewith CD. Chase, Safe Deposit Build
Ing, 400 Fort Stroet. Telephone 1R4.
The Collection of Government Bills
t specialty. 127MI
AND PILES CURED BY
Mr. W. Jmhwoi, Adelaide, B. A., formerly
of. Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
"For llic p.nt3 or 4 years. I have been a
reat sufferer from rlicuin:itlMii and piles,
tried all sorts of medicine, tint dcrhed
no good from them. I chanced to read one
of )onr book and thought I would Kite
jour Sarsap.irllla a trial. 1 did so.and alter
t.ikliiR one ttottlo I foil hotter, nnd after
takliiK 4 liottk't I wnt a new mini. 1 n
sorry t iiomt took It iK'toro, for It would
hao sacd mo very much p.ilu."
Has cured others, will euro you,
Mdu bj Dr. J.C.Arcr A Co., Iwell,Mmi.,U.S.A.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd.,
Solo A:enti for the Iti-ptibllo of Hawat'
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! TO-DAYS AUSTRALIA
Nicaragua Will Not Yield to
The Cuban Revolution Some of the
Olympia's Sailors Desert at
London, Enci., April 20. In well
informed English quarters today it
is declared that tbo Uritish ulti
matum to Nicaragua has not been
modified; that Admiral Stephenson
has not bean cabled to extend tlio
timo granted Nicaragua within
which to pay tho indemnity of
$75000 demanded by Groat Ilritain
and in the absence of definite, news
it is believed that tho Almiral haH
already occupied Corinto. Tho be
lief is also expressed hero that tho
Xicaraguau Government will not
yield to tbo duinauds of Great Bri
taiu until compelled to do so in or
der to avo.d uoiutf forced to resign
Tho Pull Mall Gazette, comment
iiB on tho troubles between Great
Britain and Nicaragua, says that
nothing could bo more courteously
correct than tho attitude of the
United States in tho difficulty, add
ing: "It is a good omen for a close
understanding- upon the China
Japan question. Our action may
be expected to teach the Spanish
American States that uoue of them
are too insignificant to behavo do
coutly to foreigners."
Cuioaoo, 111., April 20. A Times
Herald special from Colon says: Tho
port of Corinto, Nicaragua, has been
closed. The throe British warships,
Royal Arthur, Satellite and Wild
Swan, have declared a peaceful
blockade of tho port.
Troops were lauded shortly after
midnight and took possession of the
custom-house. There is great ex
citement in the town.
New Vouk, N. Y., April 2C A
special to the World from Corinto,
Nicaragua, dated April 20, says: The
garrison is drilling constantly. The
British have not lauded. Artillery
has been placed in position so as to
insure in caso of the lauding of au
armed British force that tho lives
and property of natives and foreign
ers shall bo respected. The excite
ment has cooled somewhat.
Geueral Rivai of Mosquito Coast I
fame arrived to-day with 800 soldiers.
Whou drill calls were heard this 1
morning, followed by lowering boats
from the British warships, all be
lieved that an attack was about to
bo made. Business houses were
closed and a crowd collected on the
beach. But spectators were only
treated to a magnificent mauouvor
drill by tho ships under command of
It Is now rumored that a settle
ment will be made aud that the
' ships will soon leavo.
Over sixty of the crow of tho
Olympia have deserted, owing to
tho alleged insufficiency of food on
! Tho funeral of Coxwaiu Johnson
of tho cruiser Olympia yesterday
afternoon was attended by about
' seventy men in charge of one officer
I from tho ship. On tho way out to
I the cemetery seven sailors suddenly
i broke rauks aud lied.
THE VErtV LATEST.
Tim controversy over the two or
more wills mado by Souator Fair
is still occupying the attention of
San Francisco Courts.
California will make a splendid
exhibit at tho Atlanta, Georgia, fair.
Sn Francisco is still excited over
the Emmanuel Church murders
aud the preliminary elimination of
the supposed murderer, Durrani, is
now in progress.
Thoro is nothing now in Hawaiian
affairs, and for all mention that is
mado of them by American news
papers it would seem that tho sub
ject was ended and forgotten.
Minister Thurston's name is not
oven mentioned in tho exchanges re
ceived by tho Australia.
C. P. Huntingdon, president of
the Southern PaciGc Jtailroad Com
pany has finally been arrested in
Now York on an iiidl;ttnontchar(:iii(f
him with an infraction of the Inte,
state Commerce law. By order of
Judgo Morrow, tho presiding jurist
of tho United States Court in San
Froucisco, the indictment found
ogaiust Huntingdon has been sprosd
on tho minutes of tho Conrt at
Captain General Campos has nr
rivod in C iba Jtul taken command
of the Spanish force.
Cuban insurgents deni.itid better
tariff laws from the Spanish Gov
ernment. The revolution is still in progress,
neithor side having gained auy ad
vantage, owing to the rainy season.
Had Beoa In tho Water About an
A throe year old child was found
drowned in the stream on thotnauka
sido of tho bridga on School street,
between Nutianu and Fort streets.
Tho child was missed at 10 o'clock
and the father, a Gorman, was much
worried and made au imtuediato
search for the infant. As none of
of the neighbors had seen tho little
one he went to tho stream and be
gan poking a polo into a pool.
Finally it struck something and
brought to the surface human hair.
The mau at once plunged in and
pulled out tho' missing babe. The
poor thing had been dead about an
hour. Dr. Day was summoned but
but the chihl was beyond human
aid. No inquest will be held, it
being considered unnecessary under
A Noodad Improvement.
On Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock
a jury, subpcunaotl especially, will
assemble in Deputy Marshal Brown's
office for tho purpose of considering
the proposed re opening of a road
way from the Oceania dock to
Brewer's wharf. Tho jury upon as
sembling will first visit the premises
and deliberate afterwards. Mr.
Browu would liko those interested
to be present.
In tho District Court this morn
ing G. Apiki pleaded guilty to carry
ing a deadly weapon, to wit, a pistol.
Sentence was suspended.
Hannah Naehu, disobedience to
parents, pleaded guilty but seutenco
suspended in her case, as well as
that of K. Paiwi found guilty of
playing the truant since April 21.
I It now prepare 1 to 'eptlr Grdn Hose,
I U...I..UI.U 11'utu 'I....- u. Mil u. U-lll...
and all klmU ol Tools sharpened, luclnd
lux Carving Knives huh hnls,or: Iiwn
Moer. a .jieela tv: aUo Bellini; Class; in
fact ah kinds of jobbing. Work called for
and returned Kiiik up 8W Mutual Tele