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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
' Dr. A. It. Itowat is in tlio city.
Road J. M. Webb's now udver
tiecment. President Dole received a letter
from Minister Hatch.
A meoting of tbo Aloha Coffee
Company is called for April 24.
Minister Coopor's mail was sont
to him at tbo quarantine station.
Now fashion tailor goods are the
attraction at H. "V. Schmidt .fc
Registration has taken a jump,
going away beyond tho century
Tho number oE inhabited houses
in Loudon is estimated (it about
Tlioro was n fair attondanco at
tho second battalion drill last
The Stai-3 aud Kamohntnohas
play ball this afternoon nt tho Ma
In Norway people who are not
vneciunted tiro not allowed to voto
at an election.
No business of public interest
took place at tho Sharpshooters'
mooting last night.
Tho Temple of Fashion will
open Monday with ribbons and
laces as a specialty. .
Ohiolou pot pio family stylo
for dinner tomorrow at L'opplo
ton's. JTomein.iitlo broad and
Chisluilui vfc Conghlin aro soncl
iug a sot of harness by tho Mari
posu to Dr. McLennan at Nakua-
The Government band will play
at Emma ocuiaro this afternoon
and Makee Island tomoraow at tho
Note tho prices that Jordan
qnoti's on high grade ribbons.
They will bo ro'udy for inspection
and salo Mouduy. t
No chango in raw sugar, but a
slight ad vunco notod iu Now York.
Granulated sugar has advanced to
5 cents in San Francisco.
There was quite a crowd at tho
wharf this morning watching the
animals of Bristol's horso show
going on board tho Alameda.
Dr. Uyde'a.Biblo Class Sunday
aftornoon -1 o'clock, at tho parlors
or tho Y. M. Cj A. Subject 5th
chapter of Ephefciaus. For yduug
Hawaii's m Young Pooplo for
April has been recoivod, somewhat
improved in appearance and its
contents attractive to tho young
Tho Hawaiian Mission Child
ren's Sociecy will meet at 7:30
o'clock this oveuing at the home
of Dr. aud Mis. Whitney, Puuu
"Wall, Nichols Co. has issued a
bullotin of now books, which book
buyers ought to consult. Tho
Hot is loug and contains nmiiy
Q. E. Board man, agont, an
nounces tho first steamer of tho
San Francisco uud Yokohama
Transportutiou Co., tho Hakusau
Maru, to sail hence for tho Goldou
Gate on tho 30th inst.
J. F. Brown, agont of Public
Lands, at noon sold by auction
a lotuaindor of lund, 3.40 acres,
above the road opposite President
Dole's seaside lodgo nudor Dia-
rnn"l fTnnil Jfr wqn !,oirr)jt Uy
tho Presidont for S370.
Note This Dimities, 15 yds
$1.00; printed ducks, 11 yds $1.00;
white cottons, 21 yds 81.00; brown
cottous, 25 yds 81.00; 81 inch
bleachud sheeting 15c; 'JO inch
blenched sheeting 20c. All last
season's drobs goods 10o; whito
dross goods 10 x0B S1.00; bed
spreads GD,o, Too aud S1.00; men's
straw hats at 25c, formerly Sl.OO,
$1.25 aud $1-50; table liueu, 3 yd
S1.00; dotted swiss, 9 yds Sl.OO;
Fauwtll cottons, 14 yds $1.00; 45
inch pillow casing, 10 yds $1.00;
lr.co furtain", 50c, 75c nnd $1.00
tho pair, by the yard 10c; line
diupories, 10 yds 01.00; damask
napkins, 75o perdoz; llannolettes,
20 v(1h $1.00; ginidiams, 25 veils
Best possible terms for
Your money back (from
your grocer) ifyou don't like
THE PHILADELPHIA COMING '
An.iiuiT. iii:ahdsi,k: awaiti.no
OKDMIS TO .SMI. I'Olt IIONOI.DI.1).
Neim of Trouble rrom Jupnnoc
the Cine Mny Msntly Annot
While tho United States flag
ship Philadelphia was being scrap
ed preparatory to painting, at San
Diogo on tho 1st inst., Admiral
Beardsloo received a telogram that
changed tho labor of tho bluo
jackets. Ab ho explained the fol
lowing day it was not nctually an
order to sail, but an intimation in
His dispatches from Washington
that tho Philadelphia might lyi
ordered to Honolulu at any time.
Outho rocoipt oE the telegram tho.
work was stopped and an oilicer
sont ashoro to arrange for tho coal
ing of tho flagship.
Stores woro to be rushed from
San Francisco. If extra efforts
woro mado at Maro Island tho
cruiser might got away on Sun
day, but tho officers woro inclined
to balieve that she would not bo
nblo to sail before Wednesday af
tornoon. In tho ordor for storos
from Maro Island was a full equip
ment of rovolvers and small arms,
which was construed by tbo sail
ors to mean that they would bo
oidorod ashore to do somo fight
ing, aud they wovoBpoiliug for tho
iMoro than one bluejacket,
remarked that "tho Americaus
wanted only one chance to show
tho Japs that they were not deal
inir with Chinese."
One of the ollicors of the Phila
delphia surmised that the Japa
neso trouble on Maui was tbo
cause of tho now osiers. Ho
thought that it was simply a pre
lude to a gouoral insurrection on
tho part of tho Japanese agaiust !
tho republic. In that caso tho
lives and property or tuo Americ
ans would bo peculiarly endang
ered, as thoy coinpriso tho covorn
"Tn fnll vmi tlin trnHi." Raid Mm
officer, "we exoect sorious troublo
in Honolulu. From all I can learn
President McKinley is about to
vttwnwnn1 I ' A. A A r I 'n t. lnt lutlli
..i-."iii.r.1- 7,1,.' T" "u
rugncu w iuu jhiiiiiiib.
nese question has forced the Unit
eel States Govornment to action.
Wo expect to bo in Honolulu six
months, and I should not be sur
prised if the American flag would
bo lloatmg over tho islands beforo
wo leave there. Tho United States I
will never allow Japan to tako tho I
islands, and nuy attempt to do so
will result in serious trouble. Tho
Mnrion is ulready at Honolulu, !
and tho Petrol has boon ordered ;
thero with us. Tho Oregon, which
is soon to go on Port Orchard dry
dock, will piobably wait for orders
iu Pugol Sonud." j
The samo officer thought Ad- j
miral Boardsleo would not be (.lis- '
pleased,- although he hod expect-
od to be rolieved shortly by Com-
modoro Dowoy, as ho would bo in
complete charge at Honolulu iu
tho absence of a Miuibter. There
was not a man on Hoard tuo
Philadelphia who would not bo
glad of tho chance to get out and i
do a little lighting, especially it
there was a chance to bring about
the aunoxation of Hawaii.
Admiral Ramsay, intorviowod
at Washington, wos emphatic in
tit. ,lllli . In if L.jt IH t.fllti,.- jf
no significance in tho war vessel's
. -.. i IT 1-1.- ..- 1
going to uuuuiuiu, lib bui'u u
cruiso would be in tho ordinary
routiuo of the squadron.
A .Washington dispatch of
April 2 says: Regarding tho ul
terior motivo of tho Administra
tion iu ordoring tho cruisor Phila
delphia to Hawaii, it is roported
from good bouroea, that ueopilu
tho pacific assurances of officials
there is much moro significance in
the orders than tho Administra
tion cares to have the public know
at this time. In official chcles
hero it is taken to moan that tho
Administration is favorable to au
uexatiou aud tho doptirture of the
Philadelphia is tho first stop in
that direction. There h nothing
in the existing political situation
in Hawaii to justify iutorforeuco
by tho Unitod States Government
undor tho existing friendly rela
tions with Japan and Hawaii. A
combo of action which would pre
vent the Japanese from getting
control of the islands would, how-
over, bo necessary in tho probable
, ,t .,,,.,,, TH,tv nf
oveiit Df n coiiclubion oE n Uentj ol
annexation with tho Hawaiian
out of condition, and it was tho
intention of the departraont, junt
as soon as repairs to the lliilli
moio wore completed, to uh.- her
I to replaco the Philadelphia as
flagship at the Paoifio station and
put tho lalter.craft out of commis
sion aud.thoroughly ronovato hor.
It is conjocturcd Unit the Marion
may bo sent to Samoa to show tho
Unitod States ling iu that quarter
of tho globe for tho first time in
srrrit ox tiik juitv.
Goorgo Lucas, deputy clerk of
tho Judiciary, drow tho following
jury panels for tho May term of
tho First Circuit Court beforo
Judge Perry this morning:
Hawaiian Wm Chung Iloon,
Win Kckipi, J Poai, Job Mouaso,
WO Elia, G 11 Geomaka, Joseph
Olivu, C P Kauakanui, James
Mahony, J Padokon, J Orowell,
Keola Koiki, S M Kamakau, J W
Koakanu, H P Paulo, Jacob Wat
son, J W Mahelona, T P Cum
mins, John Akina, Antono Mor
ris, W Kalopo, D Kukahoe, H N
Crabbo, J Mana, J G M Sheldon,
D K Eli, II Koloinoku, Mokuahi,
Sam Stone, W H Pnhinui, Kaho
lolio, J D Holt Jr, G W Mncy,
It Limahaua, Isaac Adams, J
Foreign S I Shaw, E H Wodo
house, W C Wiiedon, W A Lovo,
W W Chamberlain, M A Gon-
salves, H G Dauford, Thos King
Jr, E O. Whito, J Schlief, R B
Frouch, U lliiBtaco Jr, OF Mur
HiiBtaco J r. O
ray, 0 L Brown, J L Torbort, G
R Grau, Louis Siuuer, D F
Thrum, O liolliua, J M Tracy", F
B Auerbach, W J Coon, Frank
Hustace, E A Molnerny, K G R
Yallace, G P Oastlo, C II Olapp,
Frank Gortz, J Weir Robertson,
J W Grace, T S Douglas, G W
Farr, F T P Watorhouso, O R
Collins, C B Gray, F S Lyman
Now that we have found a
i preparation that is a powerful
; disinfectant, perfectly harm-
. .. " '
less, freo from
ess, tree irom ouor, con
venient to use and at tho re
markable low fiuuro of
5 Cents a Gallon.
No prudent housokct'por can
all'ord to run tho risk of con
tracting sickness, which is sure
to occur, should you neglect
to keep the sewers, ocss-pools
and outhouses in a peif'ectly
Any Physician will endures
what we claim when we tell
you that nine tenths of all
fevers and alike jllness is tho
result of carelessness about
tho sanitary conditions of tho
Ono great objection to most
Ldisinfectants is that thoy have
. n tli 2...-.1. oif.r. l uri
lino is odorless,
Don't dolay in purifying tho
air you daily breatho and
trust to kind providence that
you may cscapo illness. Now
is tho timo to commence the
trood work, don't wait until
t tho doad heat of sunimor has
arrived; it may bo too Into.
Tako timo by tho forelock.
To bo forewarned is to ho fore
armed. Purifine in ijuuntTtics to suit.
Wo are the Solo Agents.
Hollisler Drug Go.
On aud aftor April let, Drx. Cooper
fc Hnvninu I will iMvupy thn olllen of
' Or. MuUruw nn HoU.l btreet. Ollico
,ilUit from 8!)()lol0u , 1JWtoB
ami 7 to 8 p.
Hi. I'Llcplioue Nn. 151.
The Event of the Season
April Sth, 0th aud 10th,
I will display the lluest Ilnoot
.... AND ....
MILLINERY NOVEL HES.
In Suitings Tor
A Perfoot Fit Guaranteed.
J. P. RODRIGUES'
H42 Fort Street. ,
EiT TELEPHONE 012 Jijl
IN THE OIUCl'IT COURT OK
the First Circuit, Hawaiian Islands.
In Bankruptcy. Iu the mattnr of the
Bankruptcy of Nnkuruura, Otufuku,
Klmura and Kamaga. doing bulutvw
as Otufuku ti Co at lliuiapypo. Kaua!
lku & ..oat I
rs of tho salt
Creditors of tho said
to eonio lu uiiu pruvu
their uebtH before the clerk of thu Clr-
cult Court of the First Circuit at
Honolulu, on Mouday the 12th day of
April, 1897, between tho hours of ton
o'clock In the forenoon and noon of
tho said day, and elect an Assignee of
tbo said Bankrupt's Estate.
By the Court:
GEORGE LUCAS, Clerk.
RIBBONS -:- RIBBONS -:- RIBBONS
At Your Own Prices
At Your Own Prices
Extra Quality Sash Ribbons . . .
Formorlv S4-o0 :Nov Sl.OO
Extra Quality Sash Ribbons ...
lormorly 82.50 JSTow 75 Cents
Extra Sash Ribbons
Formerly 81.00 Now 25 Cents
BROCADE VELVET RIBBON, .
Almost Given Aways It AvasiEformerly 82.50, and is I7ov To Cents
SSillsL IPiULgrgrewrioe; 23 Cents
E5- "W. ar03EtXJ5LTr!'fSS
m. 10-E01iT STREET STOtiE-tfo. 10
-J THE NEW STOCK OE '$
Easter Hats a Bonnets
That arrived on the "Australia" is now open at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Stroot
A FINK ASSORTMENT OK
Children's Trimmed Easter Hats
Latest Novelties in llihbons, Swell Shirt Waists,
Exquisite Organdies and Muslins,
Latest Collars and Cuffs
New Dress Silks and Silk Waibt Patterns,
Elegant Assortment of Lnces
E3 INSPECTION SOLICITED, -a
Since We Musi Eat to Live, Let's Have the rDest.
Just Opened "CJp an
Invoice of . . .
SctijL'iL.Ljjqs Best Tes
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Giro them n trial. Money back if you dou't like them. Also, Just rctoived
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter, .
"Fidelity Br.ind Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choico Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
those mentioned in this advertisement aro to bd'hnd' at
the Price 1
Sell the Goods!
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