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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, APRIL 2. 1896.
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I'nynblo IiivnrlnlilY In Advance.
Tolophono 23i. 1. O. Uox 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Fueflh fnom tge Welliijgfeoi Mine
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
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For Family Use I
Just Iteoeivcrt, ex "C. 0. Punk," a cargo of
Wellington, Depute Bail, do&I
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
KUSTAOB & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Telphono No. 414.
ill Waikiki Beach Property
(Adjoining tho Itcsirtcnco of Jas. 11. Ctistlo.)
Size of tot, 15Qjc300 Foot.
1ST For particulars, apply to
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At WAIKIKI on car lino and on PA
LAMA ltOAD iienr Fertilizing
These Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Aero Tracts near tho city and
other Properties for oalo.
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Dealers in Lots and Lands,
GO'J Fort Street, near Kinfj.
Tbmuuione 07. P. O. Box 821.
Valuable Lands For Sals!
A Good Investment I
DICE LANDS WITH AHUNDANT
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(tend lotn naur Honolulu, (looil rovouuo
front rloo lftiulu,
For furthur paitiuuhuH, inquire of
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cool, moist, healthy,
and frco from dan
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v a need
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CHf lieware nf cheap Imitations. Tli nam
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blu n in !,o Kluii ot each bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Acents for tho ltopublio of Ilawnii.
mports of Champagne In
to the United States,
moil jan. 1st to june 1st, 1895.
G H Mnmm & Co.'s extra
Pornmory & Grono 11,798
Moet & Ohandon .'. . . 9,608
Heidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3.438
Perrier Jouot 8.286
rroy & Co., 1,786
Vve. Clicquot ....'. 2,378
St. Mnrco.ux 334
Krog& Co 270
Olias. Hoidsiook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo AgontB for G. IT. Mumm & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
300 Able Bodied
PORTUGUESE LABORERS TO
WORK ON SUGAR PBAN-
Waos S16 por month, froo lodg
ings, hrowood and medical attend
ance. KST" Apply up to April 10 in
tho afternoon, hetweon 8 and 4
o'clock, nt our office, No. 25, Nuu
HAWAIIAN SUGAR PLANTERS' ASSOCIATION.
DUH1NQ TIIK TKMl'OHAKY All
bcuco of Mr 0 Winnm, Mr Deo Clio in hero
by authorized to act as Manager of our
linn and to sign our firm nnmo.
Honolulu, March 28th, 180U. "(IS-lw
ALL OUTSTANDING DILLS AGAINST
the Ronntu mutt ho iircHOtiUd hy 10 a.m.,
FltlDAY, April ;i, lb).
S07.1.U Clerk Bcuittu.
AN EFFICIENT ARCHITECT.
HIS 1IAN SHOWN I.N Till: VON
i W. O. Ilankfl ofSim l'l-micNcd-Mpcd-
iiion or III Work Ilia
ggTho Snn Francisco Board of
Supervisors decided somo time
ago to put up a now structure for
n Criminal 3uilding and Morgue
on tho cornor of Kearny and Mer
chant streots. Competitive de
signs woro called for, prizes offer
ed nnd a committee appointed
to docido on tho best. Tho conso
lation prizes to defeated candi
dates amountod to 1500. Tho
committeo reported on March 9th
that tho plans of Mr.W. O. Ranks
of tho firm of Copolnnd, Pierce &
Banks woro tho successful compe
titors and they rocommonded that
W. O. Banks bo tho architect. Wo
present herewith an illustration of
the successful design which will
give faintly an idoa of Mr. Banks'
work. It is interesting locally
from tho fact that Mr. Banks' firm
designed tho original plans and
drew up tho spomiications for tho
now Von Ilolt block recently
WA m 0
SAN HIANCISCO CRIMINAL IIUILOINO
completed in this city. Plnns
woro also drawn by C. B. Ripley
which woro afterwards changed
to rosomblo in many respects
thoso of Mr. Bnnks' firm. Tho
specifications and plans of Mr.
Banks' firm woro unusually
dotailed and everything about
tliom was so clearly and distinctly
stated and defined that no diffi
culties could nriso in figuring on
them or any disputes arise in tho
futuro as to what tho contract
cnlled for. Such olnborato work
and attention to detail is not usual
in this city to bo mado on pre
liminary plans as Mr. Banks' firm
furnished and would, no doubt, if
it had boen practised,lmvo obviated
many ot tho numerous lawsuits
and losses to contractors and
material mon which hnvo occurred
in tho past. From thoir success
in San Francisco it is ovidont
thoir oxcollont work Jn this lino
is well appreciated there, as thoy
nro nn Old established firm with
tho highest reputation. It is ovi
dont thut attention to thoso matters
would not only give moro satisfac
tion to contractors and ovory ono
concerned at n much less cost, but
would no doubt result in moro
modorn buildings and improve
ments, and it is cortniu that San
Frnnoisco architects attond strict
ly to tho architect ond of tho busi
ness and do not compete with
contractors on thoir ond of the
business. It is a pity wo haven't
n compoting firm of architects
horo, both for tho bouefit of pro
perty owners and for tho building
trados. But owing to tho noarnoss
of San Francisco thoso who dosiro
can, no doubt, whon nocessary
avail thomsolvos of tho sorvicos of
Mr. Banks' firm to thoir own re
sulting bonofit. ItisAVoll, porhaps,
to mention that theso plans woro
drawn to tho order of Mr. F. Har
rison, tho well-known contractor
and bni'-ler, and under his direc
tions. jii.'I lie vouches for tho fact
that M.'.'sr. Banks, Copolnnd &
Pierco iittvo furnished other plans
equally as satisfactory ns'-Miatjo-ferrod
to. This in itself is a suffi
cient guaranteo of tho oxcollonco
of Messrs. Copeland, Pierce &
Banks' work. Mr. Harrison will
bo very glad nt any time to fur
nish all particulars required to
anyone desiring to build or wisli
ing anything furnished in that
lino. It may be added that tho
San Francisco firm horo mention
ed does not employ either Ohiueso
itKAi'ii ok "iauy" iu:i:n.
rxplreH nt iho SiWIorn' Home After it
Rufus Ira Green, superin
tendent of tho Sailors' Ilomo, died
in his apartmouts at that institu
tion about 8 o'clock last night.
Ho had been ill for eight mouths,
and Dr. Wood, who ottonded him,
had littlo hope of his rocovory
from tho firBt. Latterly, however,
Mr. Green was supposed to bo
slowly improving, ns reported in
this paper a fow days ago. His
nppotito tho last day oven was
good, but his heart, which was
medically declared to bo affected,
failed and the ond was sudden.
"Baddy" Greou, as ho was
familiarly cnlled, came to Honolu
lu, just aftor his marriage at Snn
Francisco, twenty years ugo. Ho
55 Hi ill
,-b i oil I
AND SIOnaUE W. O. HANKS, ARCHITECT.
was for mnny years engaged in
tho horse trado, bringing sup
plies of horsos and raulos from
the Coast for plantations. His
birthplace was m tho State of
Illinois, and ho was atdeath about
60 years of ago. He loaves a wifo
without a family.
Whon tho Society for Preven
tion of Cruolty to Animals was
organized about two years ago,
Mr. Green was elected as agout
and did efficient work whilo the
organization hold together. Ho
took regular watches m tho night
patrol of tho Citizous' Guard
during tho insurrection of 1895.
Mr. Greou was appointod super
intendent of thoSailors' Honlo on
March 15, 1895, and together with
his good wifo conducted tho in
stitution vory offioioutly. Ho was
of kindly disposition and louvos
many friends, who will sym
potliizo dooply with his boronvod
partner. Tho funeral takos place
from tho Oatholio Cathedral at 2
o'clock this aftornoon. Ed. A.
Williams is tho undertaker in
. Thoro is a scheme on foot at
01aa,tho prospects for tho consum
mation of which aro good, that, if
carried out, will adil materially to
tho hold which tho Japaucso havo
on this country. It is proposod
to turn ovor (o a syndicato of Jap
anese speculators a largo portion
of tho land known as Koniu,whieh
is a tract purchasod by a number
of Honolulu capitalists about a
yoar and a half ago. Tho syndi
cato expects to colonizo tho land
with small farmers, allotting thorn
tracts of from iivo acres up, soiling
to thorn on tho long timo, easy
The band will play at Thomas
Squaro this afternoon at -1:!)0.
II 1 1 I
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THE NEWS OF TEN DAYS, j
ho.voluia' iiaiti:ninis hinci:
TUB AUNTKAMV.N DCPAItTUllE.
Cniilciiiil niul Ciiii))llcl lor the
Mnrlpmn'M illnll- All tho Ncivh
of tlio Iklnndk,
Tho following is a compilation
of tho principal events' of inter
est which havo happened in tho
Hawaiian islands since tho de
parture of tho Australia on
March 22 Bishop Willis con
firmed thirty persons at St. An
William James Smith, a native
of Papaia, Tahiti, died after a
lingering illness, aged 57 years.
Aftor somo years spoilt in mer
cantile business, Mr. Smith be
camo secretary of tho Board of
Education in 1865, holding tho
offico until 1891, or a poriod of
nearly thirty years. Ho was a
member of tho Privy Council of
State, and recoived decorations
from King Kalakaun and tho Em
peror of Japan. Mr. Smith hold
tho friendship and confidence of
Quoon Liliuokalani in a high do
greo, and was frequently con
sulted by her on raattors of state.
Mr. Smith loaves three sisters
Mrs. J. H. Turton of San Fran
cisco and Mrs. J. A. Hassingcr
and Mrs. George J. Ross of Ho
nolulu and a considerable estate.
March 23 Tho funeral of tho
late W. J. Smith took placo from
tho family residouco. Tho ser
vices, both at tho house and at tho
comotory, wore conducted by Rev.
Alox. Mackintosh. Messrs. J. O.
Carter, W. D. Alexander, H. A.
Widtann, W. O. Sproull, W. A.
Whiting, G. E. Boardman, Sam
uel Parker, and A. T. Atkinson
acted as pall bearers.
Born, to tho wifo of Rudolph
L. Auorbach, a daughtor.
March 21 Tho steamship Ab
loun arrived.'ten days from Port
Marshal Brown loft for tho isl
and of Hawaii for a throe or four
Miss Kate Field loft for tho
Volcano and othor points on Ha
waii, to bo gone sovoral weeks.
Tho bark Orient sailed for
China with eighty-seven Chinese
Rudolph Spreckols and wifo and
Miss Minnio Joliffo loft for
Spreckolsvillo to remain somo
Mnreh 25 Tho Asloun Bnilod
for Japan, taking thirty-two Japa
uoso passengers from thiB port.
Tho members of the United
Portuguoso Socioty to the numbor
of 650 marched to tho Exocutivo
building and presented a petition
to tho Legislature asking to havo
Asiatic immigration stopped, tho
tax laws equalized, and means do
vised for protection to white
laborers and mechanics. Minis
tor Coopor recieved a committeo
of twenty-one and transmitted tho
petition to both houses of tho Le
gislature Ewo plantation turned out ono
hundred and fiftoon tons of sugar,
the largest day's run since tho
inauguration of tho now mill.
Tho tug Elou was sent on a
cruiso aftor a strango schoonor
supposed to have opium on board.
Tho vossol cruised in the vicinity
of Waianao but roturnod empty
handed. March 26 Tho schoonor Carrior
Dove sailed for San Francisco
with 1170 tons of sugar, valued at
J. M. Poopoo, a prominont na
tivo attornoy and editor, lectured
beforo tho Young Hawaiians' In
stitute on "Tho Early History of
Thomas von Kronor was com
mitted to tho insano asylum. Ho
imagined ho was tho Emporor of
Gormany and possessed of fabu
At an opun mooting of tho Am
orienn Louguo thoro was a debute
on tho subject: "Resolved: That
the Government should give im
mediate notice for tho abrogation
of tho Japaneso treaty."
March 27 The bark Albert,
Captain Griffiths, arrived from
San Francisco; nlso the bark Kuto
Davenport, 38 days from Dopar
Rebokah Degree Lodgo I. O. O.
F. had a vory Biiccossful social
March 28 The bark C. C. Funk,
which sailed for Kahului on tho
21th, put back on account of bad
Auctioneer Morgan sold six fine
lots at Makiki at auction to the
highest bidders. Lota 1 and 2
wont to W. M. Giffard for $1200;
lots 3 and 1 to J. B. Athorton for
S1250 each ond lots 5 and 6 to W.
A. Bowen for $1400 oach.
Tho O. ,fe O. S. S. Bolgic arrived
off port at 1:30 p. m., seven days
from Sim Francisco. Sho did not
roach hor dock owing to the dis
covery of n case of leprosy in the
Chinese steerage by Dr. Day, the
port physician. Dr. Bowie, tho
steamer's doctor, know nothing of
tho case, and was called boforo a
special mooting of tho Board
of Health, whoro ho was censured
for his neglect by President
Bark Andrew Welch arrived, 21
days from San Frnncisco.
Mnrch 29 -Bark Matilda arriv
ed, 29 dnys from Port Blakoly.
Tho O. & O. S. S. Bolgic sailed
for China at noon, with 8 cabin,
59 Ohineso and 203 Japaneso pns
Bcngors from this port.
March 30 Four Chinoso, all
members of prominent wholesale
firms horo woro arrested for at
tempting to bribe Customs, officer
Cooke, to whom thoy offered sums
of money aggregating $510 to pnss
Chinoso on board tho bark Orient
who exceeded thoir six months'
Tho furnituroaud privato effects
of United States Minister Willis
woro sold at auction.
Tho body of a Chinoso butcher
uamod Ah Wa was found hanging
to a troo at Lnakaha. Ho had
boon dead throo days.
March 31 Tho Hawaiian Base
ball Association olectod the fol
lowing officors: President, W.F.
Allon; vice-president, M. K. Keo
hokalole; secrotary and troasurer,
JW Wintor.Tho above witliMossrs.
H. M. Whitney, Jr., W. O. Wildor,
Jr., J. H. 'Wodohou80, Jr., and
Antono Perry constitute thoBoard
Thoro was an inoipiont blazo in
tho picture framo dopartmont of
W.C. King's art store which was
oxtinguishod without much dam
ago. Profossor Maxwell lectured bo
foro tho Kilohana Art Loaguo on
"Tho Alphabet of Matter."
Tho American sbin Knnilwnrtli.
Baker mastor, sailed for Now
lorn with a cargo of sugar valued
at $275,000, and weighing a littlo
less than 3863 tons.
April 1 Tho Ewa plantation
paid its second dividend of 3
Tho law firm of Hartwoll,
Thurston it Stanloy dissolved.
Tho two lattor havo formed a new
Tho Cabinet hold a special moot
ing for tho consideration of tho
Ilonlcrd To- Loavc.
Tho following people are book
ed to loavo for San Francisco in
tho R. M. S. Mariposa today:
Mr. nnd Mrs. Newton, J Hoting,
wifo and child, Miss F. L. Brown,
Mr. 1. Rrown, J. E. Brown, Win.
H. Whito nnd wifo, J H Windsor
and wifo, C. C. Proutly and wifo,
R. A. Moore, Chas. Hall and wife,
Mrs. Anna- Trumbull, Mr. llil
liard, Mrs. Wonnor, Dr. A. B.
Carter, MisB and Master Ena, Mr.
Colo, F. B. Cooper nnd wifo, V.
A. McDonnell, Dr. Fredoriok Cox,
Mr. F. L. Holland, Miss Lauo,
Chas. Britton,' Mrs. A. S. McBin
noy and B. Thomas.
Gonorul Hiirtwell will lecturont
an opon mooting of tho Amoricun .
Louguo this ovoning.
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