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WKDN'KSIiAY, J I' Mi 7, 1SIMI.
Moro "now Unlit" "ti h nOim
tution of thu t'i It.-il Suit's b( in
to lie a le.kliuu nujo-t-tity of tlio
hour in II will j it 'it pwnt.
C )iiideriiblo Kiet Imi Iwn
gicn Tonm Alio the .iHiiiinrau who
becuiin n tiiituruli.ivl cilizMi in
Hawaii. Miinanclitwtts jine u
oue bottor, hoMOV-r, with its trilu
ruli.rd nn'iv K.ii .
Tlio triiiir-M.'rtiD'iinji Cmro
j in Hi'eBion hut o fin ih kijowii
ILnwiii ifl not ivpri'-utiilcl. 'Die
colonial tciiro of l-i'i wi-itcr is on
th" wn.no, lionro H iwwi cm nllord
to pit nil itrt mon'y ,,,to t,1,! Oum
Tho (iii'iinu i3' of
e'ttiiPil l)i. no! Ii" d u :'
tnhu ij to tljefui oN ut tin Iivmi
PHchI AtFociirioi pIi wh t'lut ILe
ni'w pronpenU of Uuhhu ivm
libeial refill u to n mi lmns of iln
Viii'u epiritnnl wo f "'
Tlio most int.i. in y ptiHBf cf
the Uroyfus revhoa that uow
bomiis neGiucd it) thai I'm in ih
Jcopiiif quift. Tlio Prineh npppai
to hgv.) Btifcitoil their untiunl (1ib
position to rime a furoro nud nn
now prpnr d to b fpt th doing
of jnstico ivith"nt comni'tit.
Following a ri'poit that Acui
mldo hul b"t'ii nbot aid tho n1
b'llion euded, comes tho latest
n ih from tho Phi ippiucn Hint tin
rihelB huvo taken new heart and
Otis couteinplMes uillmi! f rreorp
tioops. About th onlv lrilitor
pWoof iifTairs in the Phi i pine
U tho preparhtio'i of (Le voliuiti'ot
tr.-ops for "oi"- I r-nr
Gen un jubilation over Hip
"r-otll" of Admiral KnuliS in bIoM
liv d. Tho Tac'sof tho nintlcr un
til it Waslnuutiin uu'liciithu cou
ei lerd Kmitz fullilh-d hi dutit".
as b iss of the Sniuoan ranch with
nea'iipss and dihpatoh. Jf, how
over, it is eon luctie to ppnc mA
g .ocl will that p pulr (ii-rrnni
opinion should believe Kautzwa
"recalled," wliv 'pt it coat Hint.
Tho annual mpeting of tho Hn
waii in EvHUfelioul AsBociHtion
comraonced yeeteidny morninp,
end tht-y nro today in c mcliw
and expect to ChiihIi their Inborn
tonijilit. Mr. Hiliiho, callnl t
weetlug to order, by virtue of hi-
fiositiou nB rfCiTtliug Beoretary.
lev. E. S Tim 'tpo wh olpo'ed
modcrntor, nnd Ili-v J M. Ezrn,
of Pearl City, win HiStalied iib re
E"port of tho commitlnoH from
tlio HHflociatious of tho diiT rnnl
islanils wore ri'Cpivd nnd form
tho Bubjeist of diau-eiou tbit
Tho most important plniFO of
tho meeting was the cnDsidfrntinp
of n letter from tlm Lutprimthuial
Council of the Coi greuationnl
churches of Aiueiicn nskiug the
support nm ii'jp ovtl f th mou
herd of the Evaiio'ii'iil iMiHsvon.
AflBr inuoll debite a coniiillllO" of
fivo was ii!poii't"l, Jnv. 0 V
Emerson, chairman to aeleot and
namo live deleunos to reprerient
thn'o islnii Ifl nud that ni'ittJr if
being on idend a tlm ISuLLun.s
goo to prefH.
Cnp(Hii rnlliin.lnii a Vi.llor
Captain J. J. Caliuu lan and
wito m lived in the Aiii'rnli'i to
day. Oipt Cillii'uhri i th ranlf.
in,i o licor of the Mor-1 Pairo
Pys'cm of Shi Kiniiuinen. iMif
Callundan, is the dnujh.or of E i
poiip. F. Loud, ivlio In bo mi loin
tiiOPB (ilect'd to I'ongrpsa from llu
Filth C ii greubioi.ni Uiniict o
Cnlif .rni i. Capt (Jul u dan it-itpf
Hint it wH nm int-i.uiin nf All
Jliniid, to bo ono of the party t
tit's trip, but tlut ho u.n mho
rnonid to WaHhinton. I hey ix
ppct him bv Hie next Mphui r.
Sotno ot tin ii ni le-it of tin
Honolulu Stocl; chauue Iih
(li)liateil m S i'll ii i he J;iim, :
n tl'o Hot nlnlii St eh Exi I n ii.
Cup. It it fur tmttein nud -;.ac.e'f
J. ill bu r. ced lor on Juiu l!i
(insuini. s Mint"'.
ItiljjMilir (l.'iicial Morriam Ih
in Sin Kin ihIkco
I'liloriMiHld, Hid pinhiet,
scrr tlv iiinrnul
All allpinpl t Hint Iho Htcanicr I
. - !' .- i
h Iimvo failed.
Tho Brooklyn hnudtcnp was
win by HairiBlar in 'il.tij.
Oovemer Itousevelt Iimb fligned
Ih N w York nnti-trust bill.
Admiral Schley was givou n
mngriiticonl reception at Salt Lake
Tho U. S. ornirter Newark will
go from Valparaiso to Apia,
Tho Cornpll-PoniiBylvonin boat
men at Ithnca, N. Y., wni won by
(iHiiernl "Joo" Wlipoloris nrged
to nrcnpt tho nnniinntiou fur Qov
er nor of Alabama.
A story that Admiral Kaulz whb
recallod from Samoa id otlicinlly
ileiiiod at Washington.
M-jnr A. M Digulpn, 13th Alin
nPHotu diid frmi wounds received
in the Philippine campaign.
Op'itli dealinu cyolonori have
Hwe, t throuyli portions of Iown,
Nehraskiiuid South Dakota.
A train ur-ckof tho Hock Isl
and nnd Hurhngt'iti road resulted
in doath to nino rinssengors.
CAIM'AIN TIIJ.CV IIUIIIKI)
Miniin, May 30, 7 30 p. m
Ititgndior Geuernl Smith, who whb
Hem with a detachment of troip
on ft gunbnnt in foarcli of Captain
.iM.rt-e l Tdl.y of tho Signal
Corps, fined tho body tloatiuc in
tho river near E-calanto. Thorn
were inn rim of violenco on the
head The remniuB wero sput to
loilotomy on board n launch.
They were bnripd Inter in tho day
willi notable pprnmonioi. Eng
IibIi friends of tho Captain joined
wiih his comrndes of tho Signal
Corp-i in nrrnnging for the funeral
mil lumped wrentliBof llowors up
on tho coflin of the dead soldier.
General Smith romainB at Es
ealiuto with hio Boldiero to search
for tho raisBing raeu who woro
with Captain Tillpy when ho mot
TWO MISSINO AMi:illCA.S.
Mnniln, May 30, 11:2) n. m.
Two pity nllicerrt of thn United
StateH hot-pitnl Hhip llepef went
nilinp in His harbor yesterday.
1'b.oir boat was nfterwrnl found iu
tho piRitRsiou of nntivea near the
Paran que linen by thf monitor
Monnduock. Tim men are sup
posed to hnvn heou killed or cap
tured. Cnptnin Wren Ins orennized n
comtnny of n hundred Maccabees
i Nfouls. Thoy enr TJnit"d Statps
army shirls nnd truBers and nro
un lor W i en's personal command.
Wll for Gn, OlU' llrporl.
Wft8lnu)tou, May 3.). Secreta
ry Alger tonight cabled General
Olia to advise him at orce what
further rocniorcmenta ho may
ueod, after tho nrnval of nil tho
regular troops to bn dispatched to
tho Philippiuea ti replace the vo
luuteers whose time is out. Sec
retary Alyer has furnished Gon
ral OtiB dolnilol information an
to iho plftu of ad-imiuielit of thi
regiments to his commnnd Pend
int; General Otis' report, final do
oMion in further auumentntion of
Otia1 furce-i will he doforroJ.
Vnln'a Ww Prrlilcn(.
Now Haven (Conn.), Mny 23.
It wis oQloitllv announced short
ly after o o'clock thin afternoon
that Professor Arthur Twining
liadley had been olocted to hue
o"od I'liiiothy Dwight refigned,
in president of Yale Uuiveibity.
Vfl-r biug i'i b f B.oii n ptiiioii
of tho rooming an I tho grcntoi
pirt of the nfternoon, the corpo
ra ion of Yule UniViHsity voted
on tho Biiujeut of n BUcco3sort
Piefi lout D.viht with tho result
that Mr. IIndlv was elected.
M ircliiinff. ' I'Vitnrli Oi.ro,
Parij, Miy 30.- MajrMiroh
and. who plr.n'ed the l'roi ch flig
it Fanlioda in tho Soudan, bu'
witlidicw on iustruutious from
Pari-, arrived nt Toulon today
and was given n m I'tfiithusuistic
welo line The explorer ia hailed
ih a hero by nil the euomies of
ho republic. 11.3 is coustraBtod
by HiRin with the fireign Mini-t-",
M. DelciRie, whoso goo I hoiii
n thn Kn-lio la niatt-T is dtimn
z d us cownrdie
fillj-ur Nmck. u Sum l'rnnclc.
San Franobo, May 31. The
bid nud links of Hawaiian Sugar
-locks t' (lav are as follows. Han
vif.nr Pt., 1"3 17A; Uhwh. Com &
u nr U UniJ f 1 :. Hutchinson
ui.nr Pt . 31 iid.V, Kilanea Sugar,
t", O rou vu" ii 41:J i-1; Ph.
nuhnii Suyar, 41 41.
The liullclin, 76 ceiilscr month.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT.
I V KltiH i!4. n M.iun.Ofl in jjo .McllrJ tit
pl"ilJ 4Vi t hi JiwiH. ( aotl4 .i..lo4l
IliNiJilf.U ft JifiU. t Altnnll in 1 1 MfllrViJtf
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if i m Srionp(i KdmAto
II S 114. HI Jil ff4
i, iihi Dotal t4 Sn
in McllryJt 1 411, in J f v. to Kllil 5. tt Ju
. tn MjuniffL iritf . in ICIIirl ilU. Jo 18 fl
Ojhu 110 vi .MclliyJ t 10. j i Jo i'. so Kllirl il
loo AlciiryJe $ jo, io Jo 3 y, 1 $ Jo 1 s. f I OUj
Till: MeVAV CO
Ssveral now mombera ot Mr.
MoVny's company arrived in tho
Auntralia this morning and will
appear in tho big production of
Othollo nt tho Opera House Sat
MieB Lilinn Unlward, who has
1111 excellent reputation in the
Slates us nu actress of exceptional
alnlily, will play tho heavy rolos
during tho MoVny engagement.
Miss Femer nnd Mibb MoVny
will also ba Beon to advautaue
dininc the BPapon. Tho new male
membeiB of tho company nro nil
nrlists in their profefiou. Tho
nceuic artist nud ooEtumer nr
turning out some verj clever work
for tho production of Othello next
Snturdny nnd Monday night,
which promises to bo oue of tlio
finHBt sUsjed porformancoi Hono
lulu Iimb over si'O'j.
Tllv Arrival ef III AIMtrnlln
will bnui plenoiiro to mauy peo
ple oithor by the moetiuK ngniu of
irieudi, or, nt least, by recoiving
iiiwj Irotn points far distant fiom
this mid-Pacific capital. The
brnvery nud procross of Uncle
Snm'a boys in blue, nmid the
jungles nud wilds of distant Ma
nila will bo nowa eagerly looked
for. Among tlio now thincs to ar
rive, is nnn shiptu',nt of 100 Ster
ling bicycles to tho Pacifio Cycle
& Manufacturing Co. This lot is
direct from tho factory, 1890 Mo
del and intending purchasers of n
high grndo bicycle, a prizo win
ner, at lowest market prico will
havo opportunity to inspect tho
Sterlings, ou at rival. Options
may now Do olitaiuecl by leaviug
uamo and nddrcs. It is well to
roinotuber that but 100 of these
wheels will nrrivo in Hub ship
inent, that tho terms nro easy
(glO.OU pur mouth) nud first come
A IVculliir nrnln,
Suporintendutit of Puhlio WorkB
Uiwull h just cimpletinc n drniu
from the grouuda of Mi-H Pea
body's residence into the liver on
the corner of Vineyard and Uivar
Tho idea of tho dram is Hint in
the pvout of n freshet possibly
flooding MisB Pcabudy's 1-md, the
water will hnvo au outlet into the
stream. Turn would be very well
if, unfortunately, tho drain were
not so constructed that at every
high tide tho wator from tho river
runs upon tho grounds, nud that
even in the event of a freshet the
water will havo to run in before
it would have an opportunity to
run out. Miss Poabody is much
exorcise I ovor tho stuto of affairs
and will tako steps to havo tho
Souvenir Photo. Jewelry
was first introduced here by
King Bros, who represent the
manufacturer of the very best
of this class of work. A view
of their samples is invited.
Color work a specialty. Leave
your orders at KING BROS.,
110 I lot J street.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE 1
Closine out odd lots nt special
prices recardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.,
15 Print"? Fnr.h.
See Them In Our Corner Window.
You boiicht frtcly of our fine Blown
Tumblers .it ;o cents a dozen, anJ found
them excellent value.
'I he set of Crockery, 56 pieces for I7.90,
The fine Plated Teaspoons at 52.85 were
a surprise, and the Nickel Rending Lamp
at 2.00 Is Riving perfect satisfaction.
The "Jewel" Stove Is sav'nj; on your
fuel bill, and keeps your cook good n.v
Your"Gumey" Cleanable Refrigerator
Is now Indispensable, and your Ice bill Is
Our shipment of Wlcklcss Blue Flame
Oil Stoves by the last "Australia" was
sold In three days. There are more on
the way much to the delight of the light
We Invite you to Inspect the gaods In
our various departments. You will be
attended by competent and couileous sales
people and your goods will be delivered
free of charge.
Vou Holt Block, King street.
r?r"Agfnts, fiumey Cleimble Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame OH
Stoves. Primes Stove. Success Filters.
A complete line of Boys' Rough Riders
outfit. Hat, Coat, Pants and Legglns all
Just received a large and pretty assort
ment of Boys' Fauntleroy Blouses.
White and Colored.
A fine new line of Mother's Friend Shirt
Waists, which we are selling at 00
A large variety of washable Linen Suits
for Boys and Children, from $1 75 to
White Pique nnd Duck Suits for Boys,
all bbes, from $2 up.
Our regular fine line of Gents Cloth
ing, Furnishings, H.ils and Caps.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's l.lnen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaVBrlGV BlOCt
V2 Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. q-ii. Hotel St.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
.AT THE .
We aim to keep up with the
BOOK TRADE, and the latest
publications will be found on our
counters. Any book not found in
stock will be procuied on short
notice. Large stock by the popular
authors of the day always on hand.
FINE STATIONERY FOR
316 FORT STREET.
JUST LIKE SM
AS GOOD AS SILK i
Is What We Claim Sop Our
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one piece of a kind. Do not fail to
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
5 TEECE '
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
ssnNow closed on account of
stock taking. Will reopen on or
about June 10th, when a Great y
Clearance Sale will take place,
in order to make room for an
immense New Stock.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLAHTATIOK SUPPLIES.
Agents Sop Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belling Is acknowledged by several of the mot expert engineers on the
Islands to be thr best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros. GRAY AGAIE WARE, of which a full line
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWbRS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire
Also just received, FRESH CAKES and CRACKERS, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
At lowest market rates.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Dox 6r?
Just received, fresh lot of NEW CROP CALIFORNIA INSECT POWDER.
DR. McCANDO'S LA GRIPPE AND COLD CAPSULES WILL CURE
At our Fountain we are now prepared to furnish our PHILADELPHIA
ICE CREAW to families and-parties, In any quantity to suit. TAKE A
SMALL PACKAGE HOME.
Buggies, Road Carts, Road Sulkies, Traps Tr. p Carts, &c.
Sirfgle and Double Harness.
Two Fine Saddle Horses,
Livery Horses, Mules and Cows.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.,
Corner AlJiken nnd Queen Streets.
ruie aonun ic eiuoiv nulvl J"l
TO THE OATS EEINS ROASTERS.
WHILE ALL OTHER BSANDTAJU. 7
STEAMED. THE ROASTUfGly
- , 'aSilLC'fi OTHER BRANDS
WWneoreysANFRANCI5C0.CAL AS GOOD
Clay and Fire Bricks.
Sl'J King Ktrprt, next to tlio Arlington.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
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