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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Circus tonight nt 8.
Bnttnlion drill tonight.
Carl Buoliholtz has returned to
Thoro wore no arrests today up
to 2 o'clock.
Company D had a mooting and
drill last night.
The Ohiyoda Maru will sail for
Choral Society concert at Y. M.
0. A. hall at 8 p. in.
Louis Marks has ton shares o
Kahuku stock for sale.
Sugar was 'lc. for 90 degrees
nt Now York on Fob. 29.
J. 0. Cartor Jr. and J. A. Ma
goon havo gone to Kauai.
Tlio steamer Miowora leaves for
tho Colohios nt 1 a. m. tomorrow.
Munnuor Hcdoinnnn of tho Ho-
holul u iron W01 ks has gono to
Fred. H. Rcdward is back to
Lis island homo alter n poriod of
Tho Amorican Express Com
pany is n now institutions in that
lino of business.
"W. S. Luco will sell tho chairs
at tho circus tout nt auction tomor
row nt 10 o'clock.
J. F. Morgan has gono to II a
wnii to soo how his coffoo planta
tion is progressing.
The Monowni is duo from Snn
Frnncisoo on Thursdny with nine
days later nows from tho outsido
During tho month of Fobrunry
there wore 142 real estato trans
actions recorded at tho register's
Thero wns no meeting of tho
Hnwniian Athletic Association
last night owing to insufficient at
tendance. The Glndo homestead on Judd
streot and seven other pieces of
property havo boon purchased by
O.Bolto for -15,000.
Tho Board of Health had n
short special mooting yestorday
nlturnooii to discuss tho fresh out
break of cholern in Jujmii.
Alox. Robertson und Gcorno
AY. Davis will defend tho Jnpanose
who nro accused of smuggling
opium through tho Custom House.
Ah Ki, who was nrrosted yos
torday for having opium in pos
session, wns lined $50 und costs
this morning upon n plea of guil
ty. Tho Chineso who was nrrested
yosterdny nftornoon on tho chnrgo
of hnviug opium in his possession
had no connection with tho Cus
tom House enses.
Ah Lum, charged with tho Jar
cony of a watch nud chnin, wns
found guilty this morning and
sentenced to six months imprison
ment nnd a fine of 10 aud costs.
.Twenty-fivo members of tho
Citizen's Guard shot for a cup
presented by "W. 0. Peacock & Co.
this morning. Georgo Cavanngh
wns tho winner with a scoro of 42
out of n possible 50.
Georgo Stratomoyor wns not in
when tho police culled at his de
partment nt tho Custom House
yesterday, mid to that fnct prob
ably owes his escape from a
similar indignity to that thrust
tipou Mr. Fishol.
Tho native who was killed at
tho wharf yestorday was buried
this morning at 10:30 from the
police station. Tho coffin was
covered with ilowors, tho gift of
the lntor-lsland Steamship Com
pany und his follow employes.
Tho remains were inteired at Ala
An ArtUl's Tlianlin.
Mr. W. H. Hilliard, tho Amer
ican artist, dosires through this
medium to thank tho public nnd
tho press of Honolulu for their
kindness toward him nnd Mrs.
Trumbull ovor since his nrrivnl.
Tho largo measuro of success that
has resulted from placing his
works boforo tho coiiunuuily, Mr.
Ililliiml wishes to state, has bcou
mainly duo to tho oxcollont man
agement of Mrs. Trumbull of Now
York. That lady on hor part wishes
to acknowledge tho groat kind
ness of tho KilulmiM Art League
in giving Mr, Jlilllaul and horsolf
tlio froudom of its rooms, together
with un iutrnilmitimi to tlio urt
lovoi'H mid nil jmti'niiH of llom
liilu,.Mr, Hllliiinl imil Men, Tiuim.
nil wl hiiivo for Jnim 011 tlio
i,atkSt poHKioM nk. HigliH.st of all in Lriivoning Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Now Advorticomonts. ' 'M
Continued from ltt Page. FK&Tk i. K tf V W.A ' fJJB
not proposed to ask the approval
of tho Rignors of tho Borlin treaty !
The British warships Roval
Alflmr mill T1innRnnf.nvnnf.Vnti. I
Gniinrn.1 T.nril AVnlHfliv. minnl.-.
ing in London, advocnted increns- !
nig tho navy ns uront Britain s hrst
lino of defonco: Ho oxpressed the
opinion that, "in tho ovont of war,
it would bo impossible to sever
our food Bupply."
A dispatch from Capo Town to
tho London Times says: "Tho
Promior of Capo Colony, Sir J.
Gordon Sprigg, speaking nt Wor
cester, said that no monitor of the
Into Ministry, snvo Ccci Rhodes,
tho Promior, know anything of tho
circumstances antecedent to the
TrmiBvnal crisis In fnco of tho
dohento negotiations between
'England and tho Transvaal Sir
Gordon said ho was unablo to go
further into tho question.
Tho ship Cndzow Forest, Inst
soon off tho British Columbin
coast on January 3, is given up
0. J. Goschon, First Lord of
tho Admirnlty, snys England's
isolation is "not ono of weakness,
but of freedom to act indepen
dently.,' Ho says also thai Brit
ain's relations with tho Gorman
Emperor nro now ns cordial as
they could possibly bo.
In tho clerical trial of Rev. Dr.
Brown in San Francisco, Miss
Mattio Overman, with whom Dr.
Brown is said to havo boon un
duly intimate, wns placed upon
tho witness stand at tho evening
session on Fob. 27. Miss Over
man created a sonsatiou by admit
ting thnt she had entered into n
wns induced to tnko tho stop by ' U niteu States have contribu
Mrs. Davidson, who told hor tho tlJ(i toward tho stock, and the
monoy she could obtain 111 that . . .
way would onnblo her to fiunish poorest bargain you can find in
hor studies in which she was on- the lot loaves you with goods
g"0hairmnn Hitt, of tho Foreign ' ' ft f"" s than they can
Affairs Committee, on Fob. 25 ' bo duplicated for, no matter
reported to tho Houso the proam- I w,ero you try As4l rui0 th(J
bio and resolutions agreed on by . , . . , ,
tho Foreign Affairs Commilteo , suvlug is n third from usual
consuring Ambassador liayaru lor
portions o spocclics ho delivered
at Edinburgh and Bostbn, Eng
land. A minority report was to
A disturbance with several or
rpsts waa caused in Paris by tho
display of the Chiban ilag in front
of the Petit Parisian newspaper
The Spanish authorities have
dotaiued Charles Michaolson, tho
correspondent of a Now York and
w York nnd
ban 1 rancisco newspaper
both Americans. They are oharg
ed with having disobeyed the
orders of tho Mayor of Mariano
in leaving that placo and going
into tho insiirgont lines.
The trouble in tho Salvation
Army continuos. In the opinion
of tho London Chronicle, on tho
head of intorvinws from Now
York, tho American secession
movement will como to no
thing, but tho disruption of
tho army will onsuo on General
Booth's death through dissonsions
in tho Booth family.
Cuban filibusters are 'on trial at
Instead of executing thirty
insurgents who havo been confin
ed in Moro Castlo, tho Captain
General of Cuba has liberated all
against whom there woro no seri
Thoro is a fresh revolution in
Tho London Post protests
against an unduo hurrying of tho
Venezuelan quostiou or its rele
gation to tho nowspapors for sot
tlomont. All tho oflicors of tho Mio.wora
will attend tho circus tonight.
By using Seattle beor you get
somothing mild nud light, easy to
digest and nutritious. On draft
at tho Critorion.
WANTED TO BORROW
OB MOB lil !
I"ur it Uvni of 'IVm Yum ur mora on m
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There seems to be no let up
to our tratlo and we nro adding
now customers to our already
largo list every dny. When
you tak'o a moment to think
of it' the reason is plain enough;
peoplo go where tiny can got
goods best and cheapest. T.
H. Davies, the prince of mer
chants, struck tho key noto
when ho said that America
had the bulk of Hawaii's com
merce because tho goods woro
sold cheaper. There's no sen
timent in goods-buying. Peoplo
go in for bargains and they
would get their stock from
Alaska if they could bo brought
from there cheaper than any
Tho gamut of household
needs is run in today's offering
of China. Aud China that
even this most particular China
storo mav well feel nroud of.
I-Jouse keepers and hotel
keepers having needs, present
or prospective, arc interested
in our full sets of crockery,
dinner or tea, at $17.50. Where
can you get anything as good
for less than $22.00?
I , .
Von TTolt Building.
TltlBUTE OP 11ESPECT
By the Lndics of Honolulu.
Selected Program !
Attractive Numbers by tlio
l(awaihau Qlee Club
Jilt. II. Ii. FINNEY in tin Imbibition of
Artistlo Club Swinging.
little Muriel Wirth
On tlio l'lnno "THi: I'LAllLS Ol' TJIE
Atluiinnloni Clmirri, $1) Gnllury, S.'iu.
fJW TlokctH ma bsubtulnoil nml C'lmirn
ltiorveil nt tlio Uircim llox Ofiloo from
Tllld DAY. 8.1t
Piano For Salo.
IIimiiii uiimIIhiiI llllll
K 1I1I0WN 1'IANO.
mil Inn Hinl U fn ilnu uimll.
t0lli f U Willi llllttMll fur
is our new inscctitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, motliB and
insect posts of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys tho eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odor; cosy to use. The great
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where their nests arc,
and thus destroy tho eggs and
break up. their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't do
what wo claim, wo refund
money. i.ou therefore tako
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
HOBROX DRUG CO.
1 pyj.im r
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
!hiers & Go.
A New Shipment
Celebrated Mind Water
JuBt to hand per
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
For tho Hawaiian Islands,
. For? Sale !
an oi'i'oinu.N'rrv 'io vunciiABi:
Kino HlDmlril DrmiiK Animal, iirrfi'cto kuik
llu nml miiiiul In "iiTV ntiifi t, It (iIIiti il in u
Din Uililln; iy Mnrln, A VuiiiiiM, ilmu KH
I In V hv Viilimlmtr. Tlui llnr.u U a linn
tin lliirm U iinii
ill Unr nml uw mlilmifu nf Imlnu ht (l.
Til DIIIUIDl U IIH III lllU IIUIHlK HI Mil I AVII'
v. m W
I)U HI 'Mh
Kxquisito Patterns In Light and Dark Grouiula.
Printed Dimities and Muslins ...
In l'ritty Dain'y Figured nnd Ilnlr Stripu.
Fancy Piques and Cotton Duck
a fine assoktmi:nt or
orrosLlojss l Percale 2
.Sljllnli liltprni for Shirt Waists.
A Now Assortment. Choice 1'uttvruH.
FIGURED AND SOLID COLOR AJWP DEHItfl
El'KOIAL BAltGAINS IX
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that uro
J Don't Forget the Date March 2, 1893. J
TEMPLE OF FASHION. 519 FOBT STREET.
J. M. DOWSET
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
AssotB, $0.'J2'),2i:i.09. Inoomo, 7,0ti0,10;i.OS.
London r Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
'Branch), Liverpool, England.
Ansot, $2,700,S70. Income, $1,830,000.
Talaline Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
AssotB, S2,8:W,230.2S. Income, $n,05,0St.00.
ESf Insures First-class Morotntilo nuit Miiuufncturiug ltialcs nud DolllngFro
perty in tlio nbovo well-known (Jouipniiics on tlm most fnvnmbio tprnis.
'M3 If Mfkcimnt St'ifct.
Exclusive and Attractive.
Proo Rods and Bait Furnishod.
GET OFF THE TRfiWl AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
Take an Outing
Trrtins will It'iivo at 0:15 a. m,
nnd :1C v. t,,iinivinK in Hono
lulu nt !!;11 nnd 5:5r v. M,
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
15 wi l'liiiitiiltuii... I
1 fio 1
520 3Forfc Stroofc. -
MHWHVMWW WJ mH!
has been licmnrkcd ,'
1 ' m
THE GRASS HOUSE
NOTICK IS JlKUUIiY (1IVEN THAT TIIK
Mercantile lltiulnfo lierutoforu cnrrleil on In
Honolulu by JolmTliomns Wulcrlioiifo vlll
bo cmilimud by tlio uiulvnttgiivil uuiler tho
ntjlo nml umne of
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
The mild luiotniM will be inuler tlio Mnn
UKCinent of Mil Hkmiy Wviiumuuru who
will net for niu utukr u full pouvr ofuttor
uuy. ki,izahi:th houhnk w.vibiihousk,
Kxecutor of anil Sole Dcvliiu uiiilrr tlio
Will or John T. Wtvrliniite, Jr.
Honolulu, Murcli i, WM, '.Ml-2w
To Lot or Loaso.
Till". -iu8H)i?Nai: oT MllH. A r.ONO,
oiiu mllu from jnulolHw. Mryo liouwi vrllh
fiirnltiiro, 1'iHir IhmI iooiiim, iwtrlar, luijo
illnluK riinin, puiitiy, kilnliun, Imllt nxiiim,
(nil nml wilil wiilur. villi imluiit aluwiU,
Mivanl liuiiom, kUlilM, l.uim imjilniik,
ini!ii iiiiiltri'n. A ulniriuliiujuiiuiloii,
A'ily in 4 AM-IIWiMAflUON,
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