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LOCAL AND Q1SNUKAL.
8uu;ar linn mlvaiicml n litllo. It
is now ilj.
Tho concorl ut I'uunlioii comes
oil tomorrow uvoninij.
Honolulu Coiumnmlnry No. 1,
KnightB Toiniilnr, inpotH this ovo
niug. Two OubIoiiis oflicors woro on
duty nt tbo Wnikiki bridgo Inat
Co. A. Hint has no tronblo about
kcopiag up itn full Rtrongth, will ,
havo drill this ovoning.
Tlio CommiaBionora of Educa-
tiou havo two wcoka' buBineBS to '
finish up this nttcruoou. !
S. Asauo, a millionairo stflam
ship ownor, wns a tliroucjb pas J
Houor ou tbo Coptio for Yoko-lmiua.
Minister Damon ban
$200 toward tbo amount
to cruet a pavilion for
At 11 o'clock this morniuL' 85
votora bad boon regist6red. Of
tbcao all but 7 weio entitled to
roto for Bonators.
Nowa waa received by y ester
day'B mail of the death of Paul A.
Moaner, formerly omployed aa a
printer iu local oflicea.
W. S. Luce will bold a foru and
curio Bale at 10 o'clock Satuiday.
Some particulars olsewhero and
others ut tho salesroom.
Captain Campbell of tbo Inter
Island Steamship Company is
thiuking about "olliuy out u neaiob
wariuiit lor mo bieamer jxuuuu.
Lee Cbu and one of his partners
iu thuO.ihuLumbor and Building
Company lott on the Australia
yesterday to purchaso more mate
At 2 o'clock Judpedo la Verrjue
bad a atring of Chmeso gamblor3
in front of bim which reached
clear across tho District Court
Some largo trees iu tbo way of
tbo projected widening of tbo lane
bolween the Opera House and tho
Judiciary building woro being cut
uown mis morning.
Owing to tho Deputy Marshal
being engaged at tho quarantina
station this morning, tho criminal
business of tho polico court is be
ing dono this afternoon.
Some clotbea made by tbo tailor
lack the goodueeo that oure have,
from $10 to $20 more per Biiit.
Tbo Kash will give you goodness
and incident, in ( one, nt $10 tho
Buit, ready to wear. .
Mrs. ISnnnistor, who died at
the Queen's Iloipital yebteiday
evening, waa a highly estoomod
mombor of tbo Christian church.
Pastor Monroe paid a feeling
tribute to, bor memoiy at the
prayer meeting in that church.
D. K. Wailebua, a Hawaiian
student of J. M. Poopoo's law cIubh
of lSOu. blla BUCOeba fully pllaolid
examination boforo Jnstico Frears
and Whiting, and a license has
been issued to biin to practise law
in the iuforior courts of tho He
public. W. N. Armstrong loft ou tho
Australia yesterday. Ho expects
to return iu about threo months.
Ho may bo expected to turn up
inVaBhington along with tbo rest
of tho Hawaiiau contingent when
annexation matters como btfore
Forester David Haugbs has
officially reported that lbhr norm
' ' of the govoinmi'ul foteat woio
burned in Saturday tiro. About
20,000 troes wero destroyed, com
prising varieties of eucalyptus,
iron wood, silver oak and piuo. Tbo
burnotj district will bo replantod.
Kov. Georgo Hober Joues, a
, prominent MotliodUt divino of
London, England, who has lately
been assigned to thu ohargo of
mission work in Coroa, is a
through passenger on tho Coptic.
Ho also fills tbo post of special
truvoliug correspondent of tho
London Times, and in that capa
city vinilod tho government build
ings this morning.
ltra,11 ban at proHPiit 2,000,000
nerPB of aolTee,
W.C. Parko left for the CoiimI by
The Y. II, I. meotiiiL' is pout
poncd till Friday nt 7:!)0 p. in. on
account of battalion drill.
A PortuguoHo boy wna bouI to
tho Reform School for two months
for truancy by Judgodola Verguo
A postponed mooting of tho Ho
nolulu ltoad Club will bo held
this ovoning nt the Y. M. C. A. nt
7:110. A full attendanco is desired. ,
Only two days moro iu which
to pet those elegant volvots and
velvoteons at .Fordan'fi. Thoy aro
going at a reduction of 75 percent i
on tho former prico. I
Tho Morning Star took n little
Into mail todny. She cxpectB to
rnnoh San Francisco on tho 2.1d or
donated ' the day that tho next mail steamer
rcnuiit'd is tliTu to leave this nort.
the a oy j Xn vitrxtions bavo been recoived
bv tho Coptic mail from Mr.
Now Unit wu lmvo found a
propnrntioti tlmt is a powerful
distnfoctutil, perfectly harm
less, free from odor, con
venient to UHo and nt the rc
markablo low limno of
5 Gents a Gallon.
No prudent housekeeper can
I afford to run tho risk of con
I trncting sickness, which is sure
I to occur, should you neglect
i to keep the sowers, cess-pools
! and outhouses in a pel fectly
1 deodorized condition.
and Mrs. Kimbnll to the mnrriago Any Physician will endorse
of their daughtor Alico Naomi to , wmt wo ciftjm wiien We tell
Mr. Alexander James Campbell ,, f , nf nll
on Wednesday noon, April twenty J.ou tlmt . "'"? 1T tlls .1 ,aU
firut nt TnnHi-nvmmn lUnfist fevers and alike illness is the
church, East Oakland.
J5C" All of the following Brands
of Liquors aro imported diroot
for the Merchants' Exohuugo:
O. P. S.Privato Stock,
Old Kentucky Bourbon,
Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey.
THE NEW STOCK OF
Easter Hats Bonnets
That arrived on the "Australia" is now open at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
A KINK ASSOKTMKNT OK
JAl'ANKSi: NEM' IIO.IIK.
result of carelessness about
the sanitary conditions of the
Tilt '0llr 'iHkpK IIhcU Sonic nf the
The Japaneso who camo on tbo
Sakura maru and woro not per
mitted to land by the Collector-
GonoruUpre sent homo on the fiu(J ;g
uopiic luuay uuui a guou ueiii ui .
It wn3 onanged that the barge
-was to bo at tho quarantiuo wharf
nf ft nilml.- fliia lilnrtilnrr nilfl in
w www.. ..u ...-......n v..... -w , , - , -
have the Japanese on board tho air you daily urcatne anu
Coptic boforo 7 o'clock. Tho ' trust to kind providence tint
Japanese- wero not informed that you my CSCape illness. Now
thoy wore to go until a little a ti t() commenco the
wbilo boforo tho bargo was , , , , ,, .. , .;1
to arrive. They consented logo good work don t wait until
willingly. Thero was a delay of the dead heat ot summer has
about an hour, however, before arrived; it may bo too late,
tho bargo arrived and in tbo I Take tunc by tho forelock,
moantimo tbo Japanoso refused to T t formvnrML.,l ia to bo fore-
go. iupuiyuxiiisiiui xiiicu.ucn
was in charge of the nrrangomonts i
One great objection to most
disinfectants is that thoy havo
nuHi a di?nreeablo odor. Puri-
Don't delay in purifying tho
Tin: Bkst Fonmo.v IJuands:
James Ilonnosoy Brandy,
llouny Giulletife Co. Brandy,
Old Bushmills Puro Malt Gro-1
John Dowar it Sons' Highland
Glongorry Highland Scotch
Burks Irish Whiskey,
J. II. CSilby's Rum, (Castlo
Celobratod Palmtroo and Gon
PEniODICALS AND NEWflPArERS
All Honolulu Papers,
San Francisco Papers, ""
Breoder and Sportsman,
Judgo and Puck, and several
well-known Sporting Journals.
Children's Trimmed Easter Hats
Latest Novelties in llibbon, Swell Shirt Waists,
Exquisite Organdies and Muslins,
Now Dress Silks and Silk Waist Patterns,
leg-aiit Assortment of Laces
B3r INSPECTION SOLICITED, sfl
Since We Must Hat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened "Up
Invoice of . . .
'$eljijyy:j;qs Besj T:BS
Purifino in quantities to suit.
Wo aro the Sole Agents.
Hollister Drug Co.
anu ho usou overy moans ol per
suasion to get them to go on tho
barge. But thoy would not
budge. Some of them got quite
ugly and aworo they would die
After trvino all peace -
ablo menu3 tho deputy-marshal
prepared for omerqoncios by . -
ordering a dozen extra policemen JclStlB!!? 013611111
sent over and notifying MiuiBtor j w ww Jr I
Cooper, who went over iu peraou, '
takius Uhebter JJovIo along as in
torpiotor. To these otlicors tho
Japaneso said they would not go
until thoy had scon their Consul.
Consul Slumiimnra was commu
uieated with but ho refused to go
or send anyone from his ollice,
claiming that tho entire matter
was out of his control and that ho
cuuld do nothing for them.
This deeision'wns communicat
ed to tho immigiauts nud then
Doylo started in to harangue them
in bis choicest rhetoric iu tho
Japaneso vornacular. This Bot
tled tho matter, tho Japanoso lied
to tho bargo and at 1 o'clock they
wero all safoly ou board the big
Nuutinu and King Streots.
8. I.SHAW, - Prop.
On and after April 1st, Drs. Cooper
& Raymond will occupy the oQlcea or
Dr. McGrew on Hotel street. Ofllce
hours from 8:30 to 10 a m , 1 .SO to 3
and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone No. 154.
. 670 1m
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDEB.
Givo thoui a trial. Mouoy back If you don't llko tlicm. AUo, just rtcohoi
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hums, Crackors and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., .Etc.
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
The Event of the Season
! SPRING MILLINERY
Aurlion Sales by IT. S. Liue.
All concerned .with Schil
FERN 4 CURIO
At Luce's Auction Rooms.
April 8th, OtU uuit 10th,
I will llspUy the fluestliuouf
.... AND .. .
an i pkt
ynake or save money.
On SATURDAY, April 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I Klmll bhII nt my Pileroonin a line
Ferns, Palms, Bisoiiias, Fruit and Or
namental Trees and Shrnbs.
AUo, u gcnuluo collection ef
Ancient Hawaiian Curios
Idols, Kapa Sticks, Etc.,
The property of a geutleinau who
spent inimy year In ecurlnK warne.
A ruie i-iiui o- iK-rpii 10 mii-Miiiif
ami otheif Many of tlie Ioolb have
been exhibited abroad. This ale
tOioul.l not be tn Instil on any aui'ouut
owIiik to tlm rare and superior qua
lity oftlie mildew.
Election of OiHc&rs.
Kotico Ib hereby 1,'lven, that at a
meeting of the Oahu tiiiKar Company,
Limited, held in Honolulu April'.',
Ib97,-the following Oflli-era were oleot
ed to eerve until tho next annual
Dlrcutord: 6. O. Alleu, G. A. IJrown,
V J. Lowroy, W. Woliera. Auditor:
W. P. Allen.
Tho llHt of Olllcpra Ib now as follows:
Paul T'pubcrjr President
Velvets and Velveteens Brocade Plaid Velveteens
Hformor 3?rice $1.50
BROCADE AND PLAID VELVETEENS,
Iformor J?rice $l52o
ISTO"W SJ1.LLIISIG A.T TWJNTY--:BTV"JE OiflNTS
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Fonnor JPi'ice SG.GO
ISTo-w SelXiixg: sl S2.50.
j t) i
.fclrnt Vice President
J. P. Haukfold Treusurur
K. Sulir Secretary
W. P. Alltu AutUtnr
Ttnard of Directors: S. C. Allen,
, A. Hi own, P. J. Ln witty, W. Wol-
tern; unil ex ofticlo: Paul iRonberg,
K. P. DIMttiL'han). M P. ttoblimon,
J. P. Haekfeld, li. Suhr.
SILK BOW TIES,
LAWN BOW TIES,
LINEN COLLARS and CUIUTS.
Latest Stylos in
LADIES BELTS !
"ii . (
Notice of Appointment of
During my absence from the Repub
lic) How Hoy will aut for mo under
Rpeclul power of attorney.
I)!tetl Houolulu, H. I., Airll (1,
FLANNELETTES and TABLE FELT. MOSQUITO NETTINGS ALL, W;DT1ES
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