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Vol. VIII. No. IfHH
HONOLULU, TKHKITOHY OF HAWAII, TUKSIMY. JUXHJ JD mill).
I'ltUll! 5 'UN,l'rt
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RepubliciDs Are Gathering
for National Convention
Philadelphia, Juno 8. Tho hull for
tho Republican National Convention Is
now rcndy. Fifteen thousand chairs
aro In placo and miles, of bunting hang
In graceful fistoona from pillar to pll
lar and along the walla. Fifty police
men tiro on duty within tho cnclosiiro
gtuiidlng tho building from' every pos
sibility of llro and nothing Is being left
iindona to mako tho coming convention
the most HuctcBsfiil gathering of its
Tho first prc-convcntlon affair will
tako placa tomonow night when Chna.
C, Kerens, national committeeman
rum Missouri, will bo tendered n re
fecptiou at tha clubhouso of tho Young
Republicans and presented with n
masslvo ellvcr loving cup In lecognl
tlon of tho fact that his voto gave the
convention to Philadelphia. Several
of his colleagues on the national com
mittee will bo present and will remain
In tho city until tho convention has ad
journed. Chairman Hannn, who was to have
been u guest at tho loucptiou, tclo-
graphed today ho would not be nhte
to get hero until Monday. Secretary
Dick of tho National Committed and
Chairman Manlcy of tho nub-committee
aro also expected Monday, when tho
real work of arianging far tho con
vention will bo started.
Senator Manna will bo tendered a
dinner at the Union Lcnguo Club on
Saturday evening next week by the
oulccrs nnd directors. Among the In
vited guests arc: Sccrctniy of tho Navy
Long, Postmaster (Jcncrnl Smith, At
torney General Qrlggs, Secretary ol
Agriculture Wilson, Senators Depow.
Spooncr, Wolcott, Penrose, Lodge.
Scwcll, Harrows, Fornkcr and Keen,
Representatives Cousins, Dolllvcr,
Illngham, Dalzcll, Atlnmb, Young, Gro3
venor, Foss and Hill, Committeemen
Charles A. Dick, Henry C. l'ayne, Cor
nelius N. Illlss, Joseph II. Mauley,
Charles Dawes nnd N. I. Scott.
, Local political clubs luivo made ox
ttcnslvo preparations for a parado on
"londay evening, Juno 18, nnd expect to'
Uivo 25,000 men In line.
SANITARY PLUMBING RULES
Holed of tho Hoard of Health defin
ing tho sanitary district of Honolulu,
and regulating tho plumbing done1
therein, adopted May 29, aro being
quietly but effectively enforced. Ample
,tlmo was given the plumbing concerns
to read up tho rules, and, bo ns not to
seem abrupt, notlco was nfterward
served on them of tho requirement of
filing nil plans of work they hud in
hand or engaged. Somo who verbally
Intimated two or thrco dnys ago that
they had no contracts now occupy sev
eral folios in tho record book opened
by Secretary Hendry In tho President's
olllee. Ono master plumb'cr who hinted
at fighting tho regulations has con
cluded to comply wlth them as helm;
a better course. Tho architects aio
aro reported as generally in faor of
tho official supervision of plumbing,
nnd largo controllers ot piopeity In
houses have expressed their satisfac
Tho following nro booked to leave
for Mnul In tho Claudino this after
noon: 12. It. Adams, J. S. Cooke, Mis. M. A.
Adams, Miss S. Klrkland, Miss M.
Klrkland, W. G. Zollcr, F. S. Dunn,
Miss 13. Dunn and sister, Leung Khnl
Chow, Tom Dow, Ong Jim, Young Hen,
Chop Chee, L. K. Aknua, W. II. Uab
bltt, James T. Taylor, Chas. T. Love
land, Mrs. E. S. Goodhuo and son, Ah
Seek, Rev. B. N. Hnnunn. Mrs. It. P.
Hnsn nnd two children. Miss J. Drum-
mond, Miss Thompson, Mrs. Poor and
two children, J. Kancakua, W. Thomp
son, V. D. Lowell, H. A. Allen, F. 0.
Achong and son, C. A. McDonald, Ping
You, Hong Yco, Chock Sco nnd wife,
Miss S. K. Daniel, E. Mahelonn, S. Ah
Ml, Ah Lung, Mrs. M. Hnnunn, Mrs. P.
ll.uiunn, Mies K. Ilanunn.
For IIIlo and wny poits, per stnir.
Kinnu, Juno 10 Job. Kcklpl and sou.
N. K. Otsuka, A. A. Wilson, .1. It. Wil
son, J. W. Mcintosh, W. S. Chnnco, wife
nnd daughter, G. Darker, Mrs. Henry
and son, Mrs. E. C. llolsteln and four
children. Mrs. A. E. Harils, Mrs. F.
Carson, K. C. llolsteln and tin to ehll
drcn, II. P. McCorrlston, Ling Fool;,
Master 11. Weight, John Notlcy, J. U.
Qulnn, John Radln, P. McMahon, .1. L.
Coleman, C. Kaiser, C. F. Mason, Yeo
ICin, Rev. S. W. Kekucwn, Ah .Pow.
Rev. J. Samoa, Mrs. M. Jackson, Kong
To Yin and two children, John do Mel
lo, Dr. R. Oliver, J. F .Sllva, M. F.
Lyons, C. D. Olscn, Geo. A. Ordway,
J. W. Young and wife, Mr. Hall, Geo.
D. Dornln, MrB. Hobt. Kalll, Miss Kntc
Vlda, Mrs. Hornee Craft, Mrs. P. Me
Roo and two children, Mrs. L. T. Ellis
and two children. Mrs. II. Cole, Dr. D.
A. Carmlchaei, who ami mam.
Fo rflno full dress shirts nt ?I.0u each
L. II. Kerr & Co., Queen street. Tht3o
shirts nro strictly high grade as to lit
und quality. ,
Federal and territorial
Problem of Allotting Offices to Both
Sets cf Officials.
(Jolted States Internal Revenue Going Into Capi
at HtstDi'nt Trttsuttr cf Tenltory to
Be Appjlnttd Ti morrow.
Governor Dole will probably nn
nouuee his appointment of tho Treas
urer of tho Territory tomorrow.
What Is chlelly engaging the atten
tion of tho Governor nnd departmental
oillecs toduy Is the allotment of quar
tets to Federal and Territorial officials.
It will take eome time, for public busi
ness to become settled down.
It has been decided that the Internal
Hcvcnue ofllccs of tho United States
shall ba In the basement of tho Capl
tol. Roomy apartments nro available
there, well lighted and ventilated, be
sides being cool on account of veiy
A long-wanted vault is being placed
In tho Land olllcc, first lloor of tha Ju
diciary building, where. Commissioner
J. F. Drown retains the nlllco rooms
ho occupied as Land Agent under the
Hcpubllc. The vault Is for the storage
of books nnd records.
A Commissioner of Agriculture and
Forestry has not yet been appointed by
FRBNCII CRUISUK PROTET.
Tho French cruiser Protet, de l'Ks
plnay commander, arrived In port at
about 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
.t little- over six dnys from San Fran
jlsro. Tho olllccrs report a most picas
ant but uneventful voyage. Tho cruis
er will remain in port for nbout a week,
sailing at tho cud of that tlmu for Ta
hiti and other Islands of the South It
cillc. Tho Protet Is n cruiser of tho second
class registered ut -1200 tons. There are,
100 men In the crew. Sho has four fl
inch and ten 3-lueli guns, ten G-pound-crs
and four 3-poundcrs.
Tho odlcers of tho cruiser nro as fol
lows: Commodoro Ocrmlnct, captain
nnd commander of tho naval division
of tho Pacific; M. Mlron do l'Esplnay,
commander; MM. Colllnrd, Hue, Escu
dler, Khclat, Laharro and Doue, lieu
tenants (M. Cnlllard, staff lieutenant;)
M. Cnhuct, chief engineer; MM. Martin,
Gitcuct, Gcrante, engineers; M. Chnret,
paymaster; M flaurnn, surgeon; MM
liouchnrd, Aubln, do Monts de Savasse,
Mougulllot, Pascal, do Pcytcs do Mon-
enlirlcn nnd Iiourgols, midshipmen.
As the Protet was entering the chan
nel sho llred tho usual salute of twenty
Coming Men of Amep'cn.
Honolulu Lodge, No. 1591 or tho
Coming Men of America will hold Its
first regular meeting nt 7:30 this even
ing In the rooms of tho Y. M. C. A.
The now fraternal order, which lo
tho only order exclusively for young
men and boys, has made wonderful ad
vances throughout tho country In past
years. Tho order has mcrabcis In over
15,000 cities and towns of tho United
States and Canada. Its objects aro
Bolcly fraternal and social, its Intent
being to secure the association ot tho
boys In social and fraternal life. Tha
organization Is not religious or politi
cal In Its character.
Tho charter members aro O. (J.
Ueardslco, Walter Carrol, Robert D.
King. J. D. Dins, A. Dolllngcr and Otto
Hurmester. These with tho members
lo bo Initiated tonight will give tho
lodgo an Initial membership of twenty
two. It Is likely tho lodgo will give a
public cntertnlnmcnt in the near fu
ture. Libel In Admiralty.
Return of summons has been mede
In tho libel for salvage of Wllder'a
Steamship Company against Ship John
C. Potter, service having been upon
Alexander &. Baldwin. HgentH (f tho
vessel. Tho ground uf tho libel Is tho
rescuing or the John C Potter from a
dangerous position on tin reef nt K.v
Icpulcpu, Maul, by the plaintiff'? steam
er Claudino on Mav" 15. I'jGO. No
amount Is stated, that being left to the
court. It Is mentioned that tho thin
was worth 520,000, and her rargo or
Commencement exercises of the La
halnaluna Seminary will be held In thu
chapel or the chool at 0 a. in., Jum
27th. The graduates nro: Akunl
Ahiui, Daniel Hugho, Joseph llale
mnno, Isaac Knopuu, James Mchcula,
Wllllo Hoopll, William Hu.
HONOLULU i SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSI-S
ni Flnnr f 9 A, M 4 P M
HnuUh I : o:w P. M
LATE D, B, SMITH'S ESTATE
Cecil Erown At piloted Administrator
Under $160,000 Bond.
For closure of Mirigtgu un llintilutu Fropeilles
An Eniliy bun D.saiUiid Guardian
tap Luke Sang Minus.
Jiulgo Stanley has appointed Cecil
Ilrowu ndmluistiator ui tnu estate of
I). 1). Smith, who died Intisinto on De
cember 21, ISUIl, at San Francisco. 'Die
cstute Is valued at 1(ju,ijou, and the
udmlnlHtratoi s bond is hxtd nt 150.
OUO. Mnmlo L. Smith, daughter, &
sole lnlr named in the older. Tin;
housekeeper of the deceased, claimant
under an alleged lost win, Is going to
appeal to ii juiy against the adminis
tration. S. Aliml, guardian of the minor chil
dren of Luke Snug, deceased, has tiled
his final account with n petition for
discharge. Receipts are ? 15,27.50 ami
payments $14,U12.rj, leaving a halanci
duo tho estate of $1265.31.
William O. Smith and S. W. Wilcox
havo brought suit for foreclosure of
mortgage against W. II. Winchester.
The mortgage is for $2,100 and i) pci
cent interest securing a note made. Jan
uary 25, 1SDU, nnd Is upon lands at Ku
laokahua and Wnlklkl In Honolulu.
Judge Stanley gave Judgment orally
In Kenumnku vs. Frod. WundcnbcrK.
bill in equity for reformation (if deeds.
Tho bill was dismissed. F. J. Ilcriy
for plulntlh; Magoon &. Long and Kin
ney, Ualloti & McClanahan for defen
dant. William' Ulalsdcll has appealed from
Judge Stanley's decree dismissing his
bill for accounting against 1. It. Hums.
At n meeting of the trustees of the
Planters' Association this forenoon the
question of the recent labor trouble),
on tho other Islands was thoroughly
discussed. Although the meeting was
of a private nature one of tho most
prominent men present guvo out tho
news that the work this morning will
undoubtedly havo tho ctfect or bring
ing about a satisfactory understanding
between the plantation managements
and the laborers.
Dr. Ourmlohael I looking confidently
for some of his assistants by stcainc.i
arriving In tho near future. Possibly
ono of theso men may arrive in tho
Mariposa tomorrow morning. As soon
ns tho expected assistants arrive Dr.
Cnrmlchacl will very piobably take u
much needed vacation. He has been
tied down to work Tor over five yeais
without a singlo vacation.
Tho branch of tho Murine Ssrvlre
hero will be as completely equipped as
any in tho United States. One of the
fcntuics of the equipment will be a
lino launch to be used by the doctor
for boarding foreign steamers. Thl-i
has alicady been ordered and will be
hero beforo long.
Tencli Cuhnn TciicIicph.
Wushlngton, June S. Tho Quarter
master General has completed arrange
ments for the trunspoitutlon to the
United States of 1183 Cuban school
tenchcis, who have decided to tako ad
vantage of tho Bummer course of free
tuition otfered them by Harvard Uni
versity. This course will last from
July 1 to September 1, when tho teach
ers will bo returned by the War De
partment to their bonus. Flvo of tho
big transports havo been set apart for
Iclcpliouc IxpertK Unnvnlliiblc.
Tho Mutual Telephono Company has
been disappointed in getting experts
from tho Mainland to complete tho In
stallation of Its'new system. Six men
had been expected In the Mariposa to
morrow, but word Iiub been received
that they could not be engaged. There
is not n surplus of first-class men mi
tho Const. Tho company will likely
next tty direct offers to huod men, In
stead of looking for them thiough a
medium self-Interested In holding com
IIoIHh Intei-vl vcil Kriigei,
Lourcnzo Maiques. Juno 8. United
States Consul llollla, who returned
hero yesterday Ironi tho Transvaal by
Bpeclal train, had a two hours' Inter
view with President Krupor nt Madia
dorp. It is stated that Mr. Hollls wan
the bearer of friendly dispatches from
the United States Government urging
Kriiger to treat for peace.
niim"e by KlnKtlng.
A hlaht on tho now Pall road near
the electric light station yesteiday af
ternoon hurst a water main by concus
sion and snapped an electric light con
luctor with a flying stone. Tho acci
dent stopped tho water supply last
night for the people depending on the
Niiunnu reservoirs. A gang under
Hhnrlrs Winchester Immediately got
to work putting a new Joint In tho
Powers Combne to Put Down Civil
War of the b'oxetf.
Emptor Arpfals fur Ditruttlcn cf Empress
Djwjgir FwWcr - Rjsli Tkcs PuuiUr
islth,u- Bilialn LuCb Cui.b.ue.
London, June' 11. Tito powers havo
ngicid iii.cn a phui of actum in Ciutic
iiiiiltr the leadetsiiip uf I'.uglnud and
iMiH.sln. Not omy ail the gieat I'owcih,
nut even the smaller I'owcih will tako
,att in a gitut liuropcau dcmonstia
ilon. 'I ho lesser 1'owiih win not he
allied lipun to scud troops bcc.UMe
.hue mo enough alirndy on tho spot,
out they will ho nsKtd to delegate the
ight cf liolKtmg their flags to the
rficut I'owtis in oidur that n demon
.Unit Ion tuny bo made, or a battle
lought under the combined lings ot an
i-Juroie. Aiucrua and Japan have liicn
jc(uamtcd with this proposal and
America has given her nulieslun to it
Aiiici'lcnii I'Iiiii of Action.
WASHINGTON, Juno 11. 'I ho Ad
.uliiisiiaiKiii lias ariangcd for the seud
,ng or American tiuups Hum tho 1'hll
.iiplius to Cliiua. 'I he President sunt
.ur Aiding betietniy of War ilclitie
jolui to-nay ami had a long conieience
villi him. 'Hie iimicistanuing hero Is
what I tun -Admiral Ktuipir and Ucnerai
lat'Aiihur have luen communicated
.itirnud that Kemi.IT will send to JhK'
itnur fur tiuuis the moment ho bo
luvea their piibeiiee in China Is Indis
pensable. 'i lie situation is, if anything, worse
than it was ytstciday. 'the cablo from
.Minister Conger, given out to-day, was
.eeeicd yesitiilay. blueo early this
morning teitgiaphlu eommunleatloii
uetwtcn Tlcu-isiu nnd Peking luu
If It Is true, us stated to-day, that
.ho Kmpuss Dowager has sought pro
.cctlon in the Russian Legation ut l'c
xing, it is apparent that the Russo
liincto Rchcmu is near Its realization,
ihu action or the llmpichs, It hiiu ua
akcli such a step, clearly indicates that
me legal ds itiissm as her uenresi
.rleml and best protector and sliowb
.hat, In her Jiulgnunt, Russia Is the
.iioper iiower to maintain tho Integrity
A the Lmplie and ristoio peace.
'Dip tcports as to the landing or Rue
dan troops at vat ions points are be
loved hcie to be the forerunner oi
lews kh.it Russia is strongly represcnt--d
In tho nclghboihood of Peking lo
icr militniy foiets; and that, when the
'oliimii of 1500 marines ami hlucjaukctt,
it all nations fiom Tlcn-Tsln reaches
.ho Chiniso tapltnl, it will find com
parative ptaeo itHtored nn. Russln In
possession in tho Held, both dlplomntt
ally nnd physically.
Should this belief prove to bo Justl-
.led by the liuppeiilugs. Great llrltaln
will havo been ndininlstcicd a most si
vtie blow; missla will havo secured tin
.'Xtenslon of tenltoiy In Northern
China In compensation for Gieat llrk
aln's ixpauslon In South Afrka.
I.mpci'i'oi MjiWes Appcnl.
SHANGHAI. June 11. Konng Su,
Cmperor of China, has appealed to the
powcis of the world to rid him of the
lomlnntlon of his aunt, tho Dnwngor
Emprtss Tsi-Hsl. He's trying to over
Downgct Shows Her Hund.
LONDON, June 12. The Peking cor
respondent or tho Times, telegraphing
"Changes huve been made In tho
Tsung-ll-Ynmen. Ono Chinese, has been
ictlrtd nnd rour Mnnchurs, rigidly con
servative, havo been appointed. Prince
Chlug, the only member with n knowl
edge or foreign affairs, has been super
seded by Prince Tiinn, n powerful sup
porter of the Doxcr brotherhood.
Firjitlng In Peking.
LONDON, Juno 12, 3 A. M. Shang
hai, under to-day's datu, reports tint
tlicrn has been stiect-llghtlng In Poking
since early Sunday afternoon.
Tho Russians au making huge pur-
eluisis uf canned provisions nt Shang
hai, and cvciy thing points to nn out
break of hostilities. All Ilrltlsh mis
sionaries will probably bo ordcied to
return quickly to tieaty ports.
Itrltlsb Admirnl LcikIh
SHANGHAI. Juno 11. All tho imvul
forrcs, except the Russians, are acting
under tho nrdelt, or tho Ilrltlsh Adml-
al. It Is icported that tho head or a
rorelpncr has been hccn exposed on n
polo northwest or Tlen-Tsln. Tho Chi
nese are fleeing rrom Peking and Ticn
Tsln to Shanghai. There aro (miliums
Indications or outbreaks in tho Yung
tsc district. All classes or natives lu
the north display Intense hostility to
wards fnrelgnciH, and tho Chinese bol
dieis point their guns at foreigners as
Plngtic In Anuti'iilln.
Adelaide, South Australia, Juno 11.
A totnl of twenty-three deaths from tho
bubonic plaguo Is nlllclally reported
from Rockhnmpton, Queensland. Two
fresh cases nro roi-nrted hero, ono of
which has piovcd fatal.
AMERICAN BARK OLYMPIC
Frim TfliCJ With
acd L'vo Sttck.
VtSiil R'ccntly Furcbastil by H. Ilnkt.ld &
Co.- Will ConllLue In I-latd Trade -S.mtirjlng
The big American 'wit Olympic,
Gthbs mnstci, anicd off port Monday
evening and enmo In next morning to
haul alongside the lrmgnrd wh.irt 10
days from San Francis? ). She has
a cargo cf 2t00 tons of general mer-
hnndlsc consigned to II. Iliickfold &
Co., cs well as a deck load or 125 head
or mules and horses, 7 hoirc cows and
3 calves. A veiy pleasant but unevent
ful trip was passed. Not u nil was seen
during the whole trip.
I his Is the first time tho Olympic
has ever entered Hawalla'i wateis. She
was built In Hath, Me., by tho New
England Shipbuilding '-i for Win. H.
Hesse eight years ago. Ciptuln CI I bus
the prcbcnt master, took her out on her
first trip und, has done so well with
her, that lie Is still In i.omiu.tnd.
The Olympic was unlit to trnde be
tween Boston nud-Sentt(i This work
she continued un:II sonw six mouths
igo, when sho was bou.;ut by II. Hack
felil fc Co. Tor the Island trade. She
will now continue- to run between this
tibrt and San FrancU J. Her trip from
New York to San FnmelEi j wus made
in 112 days, the record for this year ai.d
a good many past. On lnv trip from
Vladlvostoek to Vl-tnrla, D. C. thrco
years ago she made - record run of 310
miles In one day.
The Olympic Is n liandaomi vrsset
built veiy niiieh nftr the style of the
S. C. Allen that lies at tho Mine whaif.
Her groES tonnage 's 1S.3, length o.rr
ull 245 rert nnd 'ire.i R.'i 12 frit. II.
Hnekfeld & Co. own thu blgge3t slinre.
Captain Glbbs hlnibolf nur. Captain
Morse or the Fort Gcorgy are part
Captain Glbbs was fonneih' In the
ark Gerald C. Tohov nnd the ship
Wnl. J. Patch. Ho has been to sea for
wrnty-slx years. Mr. Young la the
lrst mate and Mr. Crosby tho second
ihourd the Olympic.
JAPANESE LABOR REPORTb
It is rumored that Japanese laborers
n Puna, Hawaii, broke out rioting, ami
ind to litf cowed with shuts llred over
Manager August Ahrcns or Onhil
plantation Is In town today. He .'o
,)orts that his 900 Japanese arc quiet
jut wel lorganlzcd to tiy fur higher
ivnges than they were content to re
tlvo when under coutiuct. There was
-nly live i.f them who did not go to
voik this mmning. Mr. Ahrcns found
hese In town, and says they aie slek
y und want to ho sent homo to Japan.
Manager .1. A. Low of Honolulu
limitation has a similar rcpoit to mako
if the 010 Japanese there. They havo
given no indication or striking, but are
jrgnnlzcd and want moio pay.
It Is reported In a private letter Ironi
Watliiku that Spicckclsvllle Is practl--ally
shut down on account or striking
OTIS THANKED itV .HcKINLEY.
Washington, June 11. .Major Gen
eral K. S. Otis, accompanied by his
ildcs, Captain Slnydcn nnd Lieutenant
Stanley, i cached Washington this
.-Homing. 'He was met ut the station by
Adjutant General Corblu and General
Schwann, and the party were driven
llreetlyto tho Arlington Hotel. Alter
breakfasting General Otis repaired to
ho War Depaitment, where he formal
y rcpoitcd to Mr. Mclklejohu, us Act
ng Sccrctniy, Thence General Cot bin
escorted him and his aides to the .'u
House. The President wus In his pri
vate ona'f In close consultation with
Senator Allison, Senator Cullom nnd
Justice Huilnn when the party entered.
Gonriul CUIs and General Corblu
were Inimcdb'toly uBhercd Into the
Presidential library, wheio Mr. Mr
ICIulcy met General Otis with tho ut
most cordiality, cougiatulatlng him up
on lilt, apparent good health nnd thank
ing lilin hsu'i.iI times for his signal
strvlcis to the cnuntiy .
Honolulu tli? Hull
Col. Will B. Fisher thinks that one
or the developments, of the tumbles in
China will ho tho making of Honolulu
the ilisti Uniting point of the whole
Hawaiian nnd Ameileun Hags can b?
gotten lu Iwnkami's store, Hotel street.
Gent's Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two polls for 23 cents,
st L. llll Kerr &. Co.'s, Queen btreet tur
imu week only; don't full to see them'.
Mo-c than one-third rf tin- smlc-iiU or
he Unlvcisltv or Geneva Ihli winter -SCO
out or l.or.8 am women. Of these,
115 study medicine.
Nati e Politicians Will
Tuur tlie Islands
Robert W. Wilcox. J. K. Knulla nnd
Knlauokalanl, the tlneo native leadora
who controlled tho rtcmi political
meetings cf the Hnwallaus nt the drill
shed, went down the road on the morn
ing train for the purpose or sneaking
to tho natives at every place ot Importance-
nrouiid to Wnlmnnnlo. 'ihey will
call upon all llawallans to Join the In
dependent inity and to stand up fur
their rights like good Americans. It Is
undeistood that, as soi.ii as t.ic thrco
leaders have- returned fiom this trip
they will tuur tho ot.ier Islands with
the same purpose In view.
The lenders addicssed a number of
natives at the Maunna orpot at 10
o'clock this morning. At 7:30 o'clock
this evening they will address a mass
meeting nt Wulaniic, remaining thero
over night. Wednesday morning they
will take the train for Waiaum, speak
ing nt the -queen's place at 12 noon.
At 7 o'clock lu the evening there will
bo n meeting In Kahuku. From there,
the speakers will go to l.ilo for tho
night remaining there all of Thursday.
At 7:30 in the evening n mass meeting
will bo held nt that place.
On Friday the speakers will rldo to
Hauula, Knhana. Walkanc, Uccla nr.d
Kancuho, speaking to the natives from
their horses. Saturday morning they
will Icuno Kaiicohc for Wnlmaunlo, tho
last place on the route, nrrlvlug back
In Honolulu on ,the afternoon or that
RELEASED PROM QUAUAN TINE.
San Francisco, June 12. Resolved,
That it Is the sense or tills Hoard of.
Health that the plague quarantine at
present In force- In that section or tho
city nnd county known ns "Clilnutown"
bo discontinued and terminated on tin
twentieth day from and after the veri
fication of the last ascertained casi
this Board reserving, however, tho
right to continue such quarantine, as
long as tho discovery of fresh cases
may make tho same ncccssaty or ex
pedient. This resolution was unanimously
adopted by the San Francisco Hoard of
Health last evening, Immediately attor
tho presentation of Chief Sanitary In
spector Chalmers' report. It means
that If no new cases arc vcrlllcd tho
quaiantlno will be suspended on Juno
24th. The last plague case was verified
on Monday, June 4th.
A Pn.i.r CIwimc.
On Saturday afternoon about 30
young men will start out from tho Y.
M. C. A. on n paper chase to Waiklkl.
About fifteen havo already handed In
their mimes and thcic Is no dpubt
whatever that double this number will
turn up at the appointed time ns ninro
than ordinary Interest Is bring taken In
tho chase. It Is probable that, after
the runners have become accustomed to
thu paper chasa, Mr. Coats ct the Y. M.
C. A. will announce a fox and hounds
run which Is much more exciting nnd
requires a greater amount of endur
ance. Mr. Conts Is dolm? excellent work for
tho Y. M. C. A. With nil tho gymna
sium instructors of tne ns3o:la'inn hero
previous to hlmseir, none have Intro-
luecd as many teatures as Mr. Coats
and none ever created the Interest in
tho work that Is now being taken.
THK WATERMAN IDKAL FOUN
TAIN PKN. All sizes, all shapes. If.
A LARjE SHIPMENT OF
, Just optneJ by the..
Manufacturer? Sho3 Co
Our stock, Is now replete with u -nj fits
guoj stvle and good w ir.
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If ynu cannot comp l-i with v.tif
clnldien. en I tliein In ;mj thry w II rf'
irlvc just the samr care a'iJ iiirii'lf-p,
and thrlr e-l will he iuM .i i.ir?uill
litt'd, a If von were with thm.
... We'll hi the iron It m'H nV thl
Mil. and promise you thU btll will bt