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The Harbor is
Purchase the Goods
They Know o? by
Reading the Paper
That Gives the
Crowded With Ships
The Stores are
Buyers Anxious to
" Bulletin Ads" Bump Buyers Against Bargains.
Vol. VI. No. 1171.
HONOLULU, H. I., MtlDAY, MARCH 17, 1899.
PltlUE 5 GlSNTS.
TROOPS LAND AT ' MALTA
BIG CEMENT COMBINE
HAWAIIAN RELIEF LUAU
QUEEN'S TRIP TO FRANGE
NO ATTORNEY GENERAL YET
ATTORNEY GENERAL COOPER
Valelta, Island of Malta, March
9. Tho United Slntes transport
Slpriciin from Now York ou leb
nmry 19 fo Manila arrived bore
By pormi8ion of tho governor
of Malta, Qonoral Sir Aurtliur
JameB Lyon Freematitlc, tho Am
erican troops, consisting of 2000
mmi, landed today and tho govorn
or, attended by 'Mb stuff, inspected
thorn on the Florimi parado
grounds. Subsequently tho Am
ericans marched pist and creuted
a splendid impressed.
Admiral Sir John O. Hopkins,
commauder-iu chief of the Medi
terranean station, and Mijor Gen
eral Lord Oougloton, commanding
tho infantry brigade, wih their
staff wero prfBeut. There was nl
bo a larKO ntteudauco of naval and
rnemhorfl aud an immonso con
courpo of spectators.
The troops on hoard tho United
States transport Sheridan, consist
of tho.'L'werth Infantry and a hat
talion of tho Seventeenth, com
manded by Col. Smith.
Mrg E. ff. Ward, who returned
limne. from Now Zealand in tho
Warriimio, has donated to the
Bureau of Agriculture! somo rare
ferns and plants, viz.: 1, tho
HorsohoH forn; 2, tho Kidney
fern; 3, Weopinu Willow sticks;
4. a very rare Mnideu hntr fern,
the H'st of tho kind ever imported
to this country. Her son went up
fifty milod into the countiy to get
Prom UrltUh Puralau OIHce.
Washington, Mareh 9. A re
port of tho British Foreign Office,
which has been transmitted to the
Slate D-parlraont. Htatos that the
imports into the Hawaiian island
for tlio firnt nine months of 1803
were S3,93G,f)G0, ngainst S5.98d.257
for the sarao period in 1897. The
revenue for tho year fr m import
du'ioi and port cjiarge is" said, to
bo over S$900od.
Staple and Fancy.
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
New York, March 9. Arrange
ment aro uoarly completed for
the incorporation undor tho laws
of New Jersey of tho International
Coment Company, which is to bo
a consolidation of tho cetnout in
dustry of the United States.
rile now company win uavo hu
authorized capital of 850,000,000,
of which 825,000,000 is to bo 7 pr
cont cumulative preferred stock
and $25,0 ;0,00() common stock.
Amzi L. Barber of tho Barber
Asphalt Paving Company, and
Charles It. Flint havo been tho
chief movers in bringing about
the combination. Baring, MHgouu
& Co. and F. 8. Smithers A Co.
iir tho bankers and Davies, Stone
& Auerbaoh aro tho counsel.
The concern to bo tnkou over by
tho International Cement Com
pany are nil makors of Portland
cement, thoir pknts being in
Southern Michigan, in the Lehigh
Valley, near Chicago and in Now
York Stato. The total daily capa
city of tho companion engaged in
tho business is 3G,000 barrels of
coment aud it is ssid that 95 por
cent of this output is manufactur
ed at tho works operated by the
concerns, which nro to form tho
International Cement Company.
This ovoning in addition to the
regular programme amateurs will
bo given an opportunity to com
pote for prizes. Tomorrow, Sat
urday afternoon, n children's
matineo will be givon wbon a
charge of 25 cents will securo a
seat in any part of tho honso.
This will afford parents and
guardians an oxcollout opportunity
to havo tbo young folks see the
wondeiful troupe of trained dogs.
Tomorrow afternoon at 1:30
o'clock, there will be n cricket
niatch on tbo Mnkiki receation
grouods between tbo United King
contest is expected.
useful and ornas
Over $(000. Realized for Treasury of
Detail of Amounts Gathered at Different Booths
Report of Mrs.
Mh. Editoh: Enclosed please
find statements of receipts nnd
dishurHmeutn of tho Hawaiian
Keli't Society luau and fair.
Tho society feels greatly indebt
ed to the press, public, and nil
who contributed or asitod in
funking the Iuhu aud faint success.
Pleaso oouvey our thanks nnd
(Signed) Many O. Beckley,
Honolulu, March 17th, 1899.
Fmoy Tohlo Mrs E S Cunha
and Mixs A Mclutyre, cash ro
coipts, S'264 2o
Flower Booth Mrs EDTennoy,
ca9h recoipt','3 178.25.
Candy Booth Miss Harriot
Lower-, cash receipts, 812"i.-)5.
Lomouado Booth Miss F Nolto,
cash receipts, 843 25.
Cigars and Cigarettes Mrs W
Sims, csbIi receipts, 93525.
Coffee Table, Mrs John Thomp
son, cash receipts, S41 45.
Ico Cream Booth, Mrs J M Mo
Chesney, cash recoipts, SSo.oo.
Foreicn Lunch Table MrsRob
ort Lswers and Mrs J O Carter,
cash receipt", S30.35.
Luau Tables Cash roceipts,
$32 oo; tickets and galo receipts,
S82o.5o; cash donations, $4ooo.
Net nrocoedsfrom luau nnd fair,
$1GGo.7oj oxpensos, $439.35; bal
ance, SI 171.35.
JapaUeMi Thfalr, Foundry B11r
' -",'"P-,"d 'J", ,Dml llnjj-fc
Following aro tin building per
mits issued stneo last report:
W Henry, dwelling 1 story, Em
W F Paty, dwelling 1 story, Ma
H L Korr & Co, dwolling 1
story, Wilder avonue.
Emil Klemmo, dwelling 2 story,
Lucas Bros, now floor Water
houdo worehouso, Queen street;
school house 2 story, St Louis
Orttton, Neill & Co, boilor shop
1 otory, Queonstroet.
S Kuaunaki, dwolling addition,
D L AkWHl. turn (Inrallinrra 0.
H. ilinoshita, .Tapanoso thentor
1 Storv nnd a dwnllinrr 9. nhirv.
Fanr WIihIcb Onlildt.
While the Doric wns lying out
dido this forenoon, four whales
appoared noar tho, steam whalor
but not a boat was lowered as the
captain aud all tho otlicors were
ashore. They appeared astern of
tho Dorio and wero shot at by a
man with a Mauser rifle. Thero
was no effect and tho whales swam
off to tho southward.
I'ald Tl.elr Plura.
This morning, Henry Vida and
Jack Gibson paid thoir fines of
S25 and costs each in tho case of
assault nnd bnttory on Jas.K. Ka
ulia whilo the Australia was bore
on hor last trip. It whs the first
intention to appeal.
Froo open air concort nightly
by tho Quakor "Wondor Work Con
cort Baud, 7:3o ehurp, corner of
Alakea and Beretania streets.
Froo to everybody.
Tho Pacific Import Co, cannot
get ready for its store oponiug in
tho Progress block by tho 18th,
but hopos to havo tho ovout tako
placo on Saturday' ovoning tho
23rd inst. Largo invoicos of
goods cause the delay.
Care Taken for Safe Travel of Great
Trty Postponed on Account of Rough Seas
I Special Passenger Boat for the Occa
? slon In France.
London, March 9. Tho Qnoen
(IBS' pontponed her departure to
thcTSou'li of Franco until Satur
day' next in consTiuonco of tho
stcifin iu the channel.
luflration of ill
of the precuitic
iho poatpouomont of her Ma
re is a stnkinc it-
ho cxt omo euro nnd
precautious with which nlie
isBiirionuded nnd the enormous
atn1unt of machinery which is no-
ceBBa'y when she travels, lustead
of goiug iu hor own yacht to Cher-
boi rg, as usual, bIio decided to
avi id tho long trip and go from
Fik kestone to 13olo(no Sur-Mor iu
a Bbectal passenger boat, which
hmtbeon entirely changed for tho
eigiuy iriuuie trip.
AH sorts of singing nnd plat
forpis has been erected a1. Folke
stone, whore Bear Admiral John
I olleitin. aide-de-camp of tho
Queon, who has been in command
of the roynl yueht Victoria aud
Albert since 1884, nud a host of
court otliciul.3 have been Bup-rin-tHpding
tho nnangement8. Two
trial trips havo already bsen made
and ovorj thing was in readiness
At Bologuo Sur-Mor, iu addi
tion to a lirge forco of gendarmes
and custom house ollicials,tuo bat
talion of infantry wero in readi
ness, while tho entire railroad line
to Nici vas (.Miardod by eoldiers,
posted at intorvals, supplementing
tbo usuh! force of railroad em
ployes d-ttiled for duty in such
oniergencio. The French toveru
raeut is taking unusual piecau
tion on noaount of thn fupposd
h'itilitv,.of a portion .of tho people
to tho Queen.
All these arrangomoots inFratico
wore upBBt by a deapitoh from
Eear Admiral Fullerton, potdpon
mg the journey on account of tho
woatber prevailing in the channel.
classed as a "storm" wh reas ouly
n moderate sea was running.
Tho Salvation Army in Hono
lulu will observe from Sunday,
March 19, to Sunday, March 2J,
as the at.nual woek of prayer and
self-denial. During this lime tho
members of tho Army, nnd many
otbors will dony themdolvea of
somothing, in order to help on tho
non self-supporting branches of
Array work. Tho Into Miss
Francis Willard, who indulRod in
few luxuries used to deny hornolf
of oranges nnd hand the amount
saved to tho abovo fund.
Tho officers in chargo of the
local corps, Cnpt. Mttggie Powell
with her assistants, will visit ns
many homes as possiblo during
tho week, on behalf of tho solf-
Throughout tho world tho Army
observes this annual solf denial
This being the birthday of J, A.
Cummins, a luau will be givon at
bis placo this evouing by way of
The Royal Baking Powder
was specially selected
for use in both the Army
and Navy because of its
purity, strength and per
fect keeping qualities,
which render it service
able under all conditions
of climate and tempera
ture. These qualities are
peculiar to the Royal
and make it indispensa
ble for domestic, as well
as Government use.
W. 0. Smith Still Holds Down His
Business In Exccutlre Council Tbls Morning
Honey for Roads Llsnman's Qnarry
Presidont Dolo said aftor to
day's mooting of tho Executive
Uouncil that uothinu was yot tie
cided regarding a successor to W.
O Smith as Altomov Qeuernl
He hoped it mifiht be arranged to
day or tomorrow. In tho mean
timo the Presidout would not ay
auything to tho reporters about
candidates or discuss tho matter
iu any respect.
Members of tho Cabinet sren
referred nil questions on the bub
ject to Presidont Dole.
W.O. Smith, tho mombor under
resignation, sat in council nB
Tho meeting lasted until five
minutes of oho o'clock.
An expenditure of $5000 out of
the Loan fund was authorized for
tho road from Paaka to Ma
Tho road from Nahiku running
northwest toward Haiku, M-ui,
was allowed $6000 from tho same
Robert LnhmBn had boen
formally notified that ho could not
longor oporato his qnarry on the
side of Punchbowl. Ab previous
ly roported tho Government Into
ly investigated tho Punchbowl
quarries of different ownors, to as
cortMin if they wero not unduly
damaging tho landscape and
scenery. Mr. Lishmnn had been
told that ho might havo a quarry
near tho Ohineno burying ground,
but ho didn't waut it aud iisk-il
for pormiosion to go Bompwhere
else that ho preferred . It has ho'eu
decided, however, that ho mu-t
tnko tho aito offered or none at nil
on tho slopes of Punobbowl.
Minister of Fiuanco was autho
rized to pay interest on bonds at
Boston, Now York and San Fran
cisco. A matter relating to the Kanna
kdkai wharf was doforred until the
return of Qoo. H. Itobortsou from
A lnrco slut? found nil Vinl.irin
street sidowalk this morning has
ueon givon lo i'rolossor Hotbelo
aud is now preserved in his labor
atorv. Tho entomologist mvn o,n
species is not now nu uncommou
one in tbo islands, but thero is no
information as to whore it came
from. So far as known, it is not
olassed as a pest. Tho Bpecim n
just bottled up is a good one, hiv
ing ueen avo lucues long wuon
alive. It looks like a split torpedo
in dhane. Thn tint u'nrlnr ia mark
ed with a broad whitish stripo like
a ribbon tho whole longth, the rot
of tho creature's color being dark
brown. Mouth and eycB are well
roarkod. Professor Koebolo re
calls that Professor It. L. O. Per
kins, tho British naturalist, while
horo got liko blood stains on his
fingers in handling a slug of thio
kind, and tho discoloration did not
wash out for a week.
The stock of tho new Maunalei
plantation is proving tho stiffestof
any of tho now stocks on tho
market. No sales have been mndo
at a liguro lower than $5 promiura.
Plenty of bids nt that figuro havo
beon made but tho Btock is gener
ally hold at $lo premium or high
or. Jllonry Taken.
Siuco the account of tho donee
of a prpwler in an Emma b ret t
lodging house was insertod in nu
other lodgor in tho samo houn
has discovered tho loss of S-l.iJQ
from his room.
Unlivery Btock Token.
Tho new brewory Btock wbb
opened for subscription yeBlerlay.
It was nearly nil taken in nbiut
half nu hour.
Henry E. Cooper, Miuintorof
Foreign Affairs and of Public In
struction, will succeed W. O.
Smith, rosi'unoil, sh Attorney Gen
ornl. This cannot bo nnnonnced
ifliciHlly until Piesident Dole
finds a successor to Mr. Cooper in
the Fort-iuu nnd Education offices.
I'll is latter is tho real matter now
pending nt tho Executivo build
necUlnil mi Olil Drill !iip..Anothr
A unanimous opinion of tbo
Supremo Court has been rendered
in the action for goods Fold and
loliverod of J. H, Schunek vs.
itfiuna Cremmer. It is by Justice
Whitinu.oncurred in hv f!!,'lf.f".H-
jico Judd hihI Circuit Judgo Stan
lo'. Tho Oircnit Court, on appeal
from tho District Court, hnrl givon
judgment for the d'fi'iidHiit, from
which the plaintiff appealed on
exceptions. Tho exceptions nro
overruled, tho law being eum-timriz-Hl
"Tho burden is on tho plaintiff
to prove, by n prepouderauco of
evidence, a promise sulliclont to
revive a debt barred by the statute
of limitations. Part payment is
only . prima facie ovidencp nnd
may bo rebutted by oherovidenco
and by the circumstances undor
which it is made."
Do Holt for plaintiff; Robert
sou .fe Wilder for defendnut.
The Supremo Court hns been
hearing export evidence, yestor
day and today, on the question of
cotiD million of sain of tho steam
ship City of Columbia.
(lunktr Meillrlne Show.
Dr. Jut. Fordon, representing
the Quakor Mediciuo Co , is here
iu tho interest of the firm. To
tiittodui'o the medicines, a freo
how will be given every evening
It ginuiiit! with tomorrow, in the
McGrow lot, corner Boretauia and
Alakea streets. Tlnro aro some
very clever peoplo with tha show,
nninnp them boing Eddio Young
nnd 1'red Lynch, musicians of no
mean nbilit, ; also Harry Poll
worth, an aoiobnt aud wire-walker
who is extremely clever. Dr.
Fordou who does thn t-tlking as a
linquist, is a great success.
Pilrl Wnuiin llai Arrlvrd.
Tho police patrol wgon arrived
in the Diamond Head Wcduosdoy
ovoning and will be discharged to
morrow. The horses, harness nnd
drivors nro nil ready bo that as
joou as tho wagon is off tho ship,
it willhe put info uho. MoICeaguo
aud Bixby are tho men who havo
been chosen as drivers. Ono will
bo on duty during tho day nud the
other at night. In nil probability,
tho patr.d wagon will bo running
It might bo appropriate to mon
tiou today, tho f-ct that six out of
tho eight mou who boarded tho
Merrimimwith Hobson.werft Irish
men. This information was given
local parties by Murphy, ono of
thn Morrtmao heroes who was hero
not long ago.
A meoting of tho members of
tbo bar will bo held at the office
of tho Attoruy General, tomorrow,
at 11a. m.
a runt oiurt crim or tartar rowocR
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Alldwlntcr Fair
Avoid IlaUliiR rnwdem conlalnlnc
uliiin. 1 Iioy nro InJurlmiH to tirnltli
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