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VOL XXn No 18
Haujmimt Sazette
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JOHN
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office Xo 12 Spreckels Block Honolulu H I
1140 PO Bos 9 y
W R CASTLE
And Notary Public Attends all the Courts of
1150 the Kingdom y
GEORGE P KAMATJOHA
Attorney at Law and Agent to Take
Acknowledgements
For orth Kohala Land Surveyor Eic
if A Kohala Hawaii Km
W AUSTIN WHITING
Attorney and Counsellor At Lavr
Acknowledgements of mstru
Kaauumanu Street Honolulu
A ROSA
Attorney at law and notary public
Office w Ili the Attorney General Aliiolaul Hale
11S9 Honolulu H I y
FRANCIS M HATCH
Attomoy cct
1152 No 11 Kaahumann Street y
X H HITCHCOCK
Attorney at Law and Notary Puhlic
Has opened an Office in Hilo where he will
promptly attend to all business entrusted to him
Will attend all the Terms of the Circuit Court
and will also attend the Local Circuit Courts in
Kau
1132 SURVEYING DOXE PROMPTLY y
J U KAWAINUI
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
Labor Contracts-
tFor the District of Kona Oahu Office
1129 ifuuanu Street y
S L AUSTIN
ATTORNEY AT UW AND AGENT TO TAKE AC
KNOWLEDGEMENTS TO INSTRUMENTS
FOR THE DISTRICT OF HILO
1117 Office Opposite Telephone Office Hilo y
ALBERT C SMITH
XS And Agent to Take Acknowledgments
1123 No 8 Kaahumanu Street y
JNO A HASSINGER
Agent to take Acknowledgements to
Contracts for Laoor
1129 Intcrfor Office Honolulu y
CLAfctXCE WILDER
VOLNEY VAILLANCOUHT
AS1IPOHD
ASHFORD ASHFORD
V ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS
SOLICITORS ADVOCATES
PROCTORS CONVEYANCERS C
OFFICE Honolulu Hale adjoining Postoffice
1114 y
L A THURSTON
Stock and Real Estate Broker
Xo3S Merchant St
1150 Honolulu HI y
JALFRED MAGOON
Attorney and Counselor At Law
J
OFFICE J2 Merchant Street
Honolulu 11 I
y
CKCII BKOff
ATTORNEY AKD COUNSELLOR AT LlVW
NOTVRY PCBL1C
And Aent forsaking Acknowledgment of
Instruments for the Itland of Oahu
Campbell Block Merchant Street Honolulu
1150 y
JAMES M MONSARRAT
Attorney Counsellor at Law
Special attention paid to the negotiation of
Loans Conveyaucingand all matters appertain
ngtc Heal Estate
Notary Public and Commiscr of Deeds
For the State of California Jnd XewYork
1122 tt3ce - Merchant St Honolulu y
KlCSlVSc7r L SJlOBiEJJSiOX
AHOrlNEY AK0 C0UKSEL0B AT LAW
V larrrnii flip fi rei of Courts o i the other
Islands Ioik v tn leud onMorages of Free
4oWti -OFFICE in new Poltci Buildins
no Aicrciiantsr ei i
II PATV
and COMMISSIONER
32k
of DEEDS
tor the Slute of Califoruis and Xew Yory
Office ic racif Bishop Co Honolulu
1147
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Business Hcirus
PROFESSIONAL
W O SMITH X A TirUItSTOX W A TnXNET
SMITH THURSTON KINNEY
Attorneys at Law
Office GO Fort Street Honolulu
IA member of the firm will attend every
term of the Circuit Court of each Island
1151 ly
WILLIAM C ACHI
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom Real
Estate Broker
Office So 15 Kaahumanu Street
1161 - Honolulu H I tf
E GHITCHCOCK
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office at Eapaau Kohala Hawaii
CS- X B Bills Promptly Collected 3w
11W ly
JAMES BRODIE
VETERINARY SURGEON
RESIDENCE 100 KING STREET
Office Hours from 7 to 9 12 to 2 Poet Office
Box XXX Telephone 354 Mutual
63 Orders may be left at Pantheon Stables
1134 y
R A McWAYKE
Late of Xcw York Ophthalmic Hospital -OFFICE
RESIDENCE 34 Alakca Street
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DISEASES
0FTHEEARAK0EYE
And Correction of Faulty Vision
OFFICE HOURS 9 to 11 a m and 6 to 8 p m
1121 y
J M WHITNEY M D D D S
Dental Booms onFort Street
Office in Brewers Block corner Hotel and Fort
1123 streets Entrance Hotel Street y
MISCELLANEOUS
S N CASTLE
3 B ATIIEBTOX
O V CASTLE
CASTLE COOKE
HARDWARE AND COMMISSION
JTERCHAjNTS
Sugar ZEPaotois
LIFE FI1JE AXD MARINE
INSURANCE AGENTS
HONOLULU H I
1154 iri
M S GRINBAUM CO
IMPORTERS or
General Merchandise and Commission
1119 Merchants Honolulu H I y
M S GRINBAUM CO
Commission Merchants
No 121 California Street San Francisco Cal
1152 y
G W MACFARLANE CO
Importers and Com mission Merchants
BEAVER BLOCK -
Cor of Fort and Queen Streets Honclulu II I
agents ron
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay Cos Liverpool and Loudon Packets
TheWaikapu Plantation Maui
The Spencer Plantation Hilo
Hakalau Plantation Hilo
MirrIcesTait Watson Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
1117 y
C BREWER tJOMPANY
Limited
General Mercantile and Commission Agents
QUEEN STREET HONOLULU n I
list or orriCERS
PCJONES JR - - President and Manager
JOSEPH O CARTER Treasurer and Secretary
Col W F ALLEN - Auditor
- DIRECTORS -
Hon CR BISHOP HENRY WATERHOUSE
1152 SAML C ALLEN ly
E r ADAMS Ac CO
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
1134 Queen Street Honoluln 1
E UUFFSCHLAEGEUA CO
Importers and Commission Merchants
1150 Honolulu Oahu H I J
CLAUSSrRECKELS WM G IRWIN
W3I G IKWIIV fc CO
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents
1120 Honolulu HI y
jr IfACKFEJLI CO
General Commission Agents
1152 Queen StrcetHonolulu H I y
F A SCHAEFKK CO
Importers Commission Mercs
1131 Honoluln Hawaiian Islands y
E P ADAMS
No 46 Queen Street Honolulu H I
Stock and Real Estate Broker
JIEMEEK or TUB
Honolulu Stock Bond Exchasge
Stocks and Bonds of all kinds Bought
and Sold on Commission
Eg Telephone No 72 1123 y
A W PEIRCE CO
Ship Chandler rnd Commission Merchants
agents ron
Brands Guns and Bomb Lances
Perry Davis Pain Killer
1147 No 40 Queen St Honolulu y
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN
Investment Company
Limited
Money loaned for long or short periods
ON APPROVED SECURITY
Apply to W L GREEN Manager
1163 Block Fort St r
N F BORGESS
BAGGAGE EXPRESS DRAYMAN
Particular attention paid to the the Recelvins
and Shipping of Steamer Freights to and from
the Coast and to the other Islands
-84 King Street-
Telephone 202 Residence Telephone 152
11124 ly
E S CUNHA
0Eto ta31 Wizio Boalor
UNION SALOON
Inrcarof the - Hwa Un Gazette building
1I4T No 23 Merchant Srcet y
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Business avis
MISCELLANEOUS
BISHOP COMPANY
BANKERS
uoxorrru Hawaiian islands
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO
AXTJ TBEtil AGENTS IS
New York Boston Paris
MESSRS N M ROTHSCHILD SONS LONDON
The Commercial Banking Co of Sydney
London
The Commercial Banking Co of Sydney Sydney
The Bank of New Zealand Auckland and its
Branches in Christchurch Dnnedin and Well
ington
The Bank of British Columbia Portland
Oregon
The Azores and Madeira Islands
Stockholm Sweden
The Chartered Bank of London Australia and
China
Hongkong Yokohama Japan And transact a
1152 GeneralBankincBusincss y
EXCHANGE ON CHINA
The undersigned are prepared to draw on the
chartered
Hank of India Australia and China
Ho nek o ng
1134 BISHOP CO q
C HTJSTACE
Formerly with B F Bolles Co
Wholesale and Retail Grocer
111 King Street under Harmony Hall
Family Plantation and Ships Stores sup
plied at short notice New Goods by every
steamer Orders rom the other islands faith
fully executed
1147 TELEPJI0XEX0no y
HOLLISTER CO
DRUGGISTS AND TOBACCONISTS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1128 109 Fort Street y
BROWN CO
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
ALES WiNES AND SPIRITS
AT WHOLESALE
Merchant Street Opposite the Post Office
1114 Honolulu II I y
MRS A M MELLIS
Fashionable Dress and Cloak Maker
E1147 104 Fort street Honolulu II I X
JOHN NOTT
Importer and Dcalor in Stoves
Ranges Metals House Furnishing Goods
Crockery Glass and China Ware Practical Me
chanics Honoluln HI
11G0 y
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tUTPfTRTVT WTITTFnTTrRTR
UPH0LSTEEEK AND DEALER IN
FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Waijerooms axd Wock Snor at
The old stand on Hotel Street Orders from
e other Islands promptlyattendcd to
1121 y
PANTHEON HOTEL
S I SHAW Manager
COR OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS HONOLULU
The best Ales Wines and Liquors constantly
on hand Livery Stables attached to the Hotel
1135 ly
HYMAS 1SKOS
Importers of General Merchandise
TROJi
FRANCE ENGLAND GERMANY AND THE
UNITED STATES
No 58 Queen Street - - Honoluln II I
HYMAN BROTHERS
Commission Merchants
206 Front Street San Francisco
articular attention paid to filling and shipping
1114 Island orders y
E O HAUL SOI
LIMITED
Importers and Dealers in Hardware
Plows Paints Oils and General Merchandise
OFFICERS
WmW Hall President and Manager
L C Abies Secretary and Treasurer
Wm F Allen Auditor
ThosMayandE O White Directors
1139 Corner Fort and King Sts y
If E McIHfTYRE Ac 1CKO
Grocery Feed Store and Bakery
Corner King and Fort Streets
1H7 Honolulu II I y
XIXEO JSl BAYIES Co
Late Janion Green Co
Importers and Commission Merchants
AND AGENTS TOR
Lloyds and the Liverpool Underwriters
Brilishand Foreign Marine Insurance Company
1147 And Northern Assurance Company y
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Bakery
1 0SC ORKT
Practical Confectioner PastryCook and Baker
1122 71 Hotel St bet Nuuanu and Eort y
J A DOWER
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder
YARD AT THE ENTERPRISE MILL
Mutual Telephone 3 J5
EyPanio on the other islands requiring Ma
terials a Boat or Scow bnilt or repaired would do
well to communicate with
HIS J A DOWER Honolulu y
IOIIIV X WATERHOUSE
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
s
1134 Queen Street Honolulu II I y
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO-
S pfTo Steam Engines Sugar Mills Boilers
Coolers Iron Brass and Lead Casting
Machinery of Every Description
Utr Md to Order Sa
Particular attention paid to Ships Black
smithing JOU WURKxecuted on ttie iliorteet
112S notice y
R LEVERS rJLOWlIEV CHCOIIKE
I K W E It S C O O IC E
Successors to Leavers Dickson
Importers and Dealers m Lumber
And all kinds of Building Materials
1116 Fort StrcetHonolulu y
WILDER Ac CO
Corner of Fort and Qncen StcetE Honolulu
Lumber Paints Oils Nails Salt Building
116 1 HateriaUof every kind y
EMPIRE HOUSE
J OLDS Proprietor
Corner Nuuanu Avenue ard Hotel Streets
Choice Ales Wines and LIqnors
1131 y
HONOLULU TUESDAT MAT 3 1887
Sljtppmg
WELDERS
Steamship Company
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STEAMER KINAU
LORENZEN Commander
Leaves Honolulu as per the following schedule
touching at Lahaina Maalaea Makena Mahuk
dna Kawaihae Laupahochoc Hilo and Keanhon
Commencing on 3IONDAY July 26 1S36 and
on every alternate Monday at 4 pm the Kinau
Kill make the VOLCANO TRIP touching Kea
ahou on Wednesday morning where horses and
carriages are walling to convey passengers tothe
VOLCANO nOUSE five miles in the saddle and
nine miles by carriage
Passengers by this route will have two days and
two nights at the VOLCANO HOUSE
TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO THE
VOLCANO FIFTY DOLLAItS WHICH PAYS
ALL CHARGES
The Kinau will arrive in Honolulu Sunday
morningsjon Volcano Trips On Hilo Trips will
leave Honolulu on Tuesdays and return Saturday
morning
PASSENGERTRAINSconncctwitttheKinau
at Mahnkona
The Kinau WILL TOUCH at Honoknia and
PAanhau on down trips from Hilo for Passen
gfirsiif asignal ismadefrom theshore
STEAMER LIKELIKE
DAVIES Commando
Leaves Honolulu every Monday at 5 P M for
Kaunakakal Lahaina KahulaiHucloHana and
Kipahnlu every week Kcanae Moknlau and
Nun every other week Returning will stop at
the above ports arriving back Saturday morn
ings
Forntails and passengers only
STMR KILAUEA HOU
CAMERON Commandei
Will leave regularly for Lahaina Paauhau Ko
holalele Ookala Kukaiau Hoonohina Laupa
hochoe Hakalau and Ouomca
TEAMETt LEHUA
CLAJtK Commander
Will leaveregularly for same ports as Kilauca
Hon
h
STEAMER MOKOL1J
MoGREGOR Commander
Leaves for the following ports every alternate
Monday at 5 p m
Commencing August 2nd To Lanai Kamalo
Pukoo Lahaina Olowalu Returning to Lahu
ini Pukoo Kamalo Lanai arriving at Honolulu
Saturday morning
tiommcnclng August 3th To Kannakakai
Kamalo Inkoo Halawa Waihiu Pelekunu Kn
laupapa Returning to Pukoc Lahaina Oolwa
In Lahaina Inkoo Kamalo Kanuakakai arriv
ing in Honolulu Saturday morning
C3Thc Company will not bo responsible
for any freight or packages unless receipted
for nor for personal baggage unless plainly
marked Notrcsponslblefor money or jewelry
unless placed in chanre of the Purser
AH possible care will betaken of Live Stock
but tne Company will not assuineany risk of
accident
SAML G WILDER President
S U ROSE Secrctarv
OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen Streets
11473m
3NTciu tfiucrtiscincnfc
BISDON
Li
SAX FRAN CISCO CAIiA
IRON FOUNDERS
Eopeers and Boiler Merc
BUILDERS or
Automatic Cut off Engines
2 Roll and S Roll Mills Vacuum Pans
Double and Triple Effects of imp make
Clarificrs Cleaning Pans
And all kinds of modern appliances for the
ECONOMICAL MANUrACTURE Or SUCIAR
Patentees and Sole Makers of the Auto
matic Trash Feeders Boilers
Sole manufacturers for the Pacific Coast
of the
Heine Safety Boiler
BUILDERS or
Tubular Flue and Compound Boilers in either
steel or iron
STEAM LAUNCHES IN IRON 0E
WOOD FOE COAST SEEVICE
Steam and Hand Hoists Cranes Elevators Ac
Are prepared to furnish
Hyftranlic Attaclmentsfor CaueMills
At very low figures not claiming a patent and
therefore having no royalties to pay
Have special facilities for the manufacture of
Rivited Wrought Iron Water Pipe
And can quote extremely low priccg
in this branch
J MS WILLIAMS
Acent in the Hawaiian Islands
Room l up stairs Spreckcls Block Frt St
Honolulu If I
ES L0W PRICES ANi IQUICK DISPATCH
1161 3m
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE
Suitable for wrapping paper 1 n 1 on of 100 to
1000 Applyat GAZETTE OFFICE
Imuaiian mtk
TUESDAY MAY 3 1887
LATE FOREIGN NEWS
- By the brigantine Conanelo which arrived
April 29th news dates haTe been received np
to April lGth The following is a summitry
AMERICAN
New Yobk April 15 Commander Green
of the United States Navy has warned a
British commander on the spot not to seize
the island of Tortnga in satisfaction of the
English claim against Hayli
President Cleveland is to arbitrate the
boundary dispute between Nicaragua and
Costa Itioa
San Fbancisco April 13 The returns of
the election held yesterday throughout the
State leave the fate of the Constitutional
Amendments in doubt The indications are
that the majority of the votes cast in San
Franoisco were in favor of them
From all returns received up to the hour
of going to press it appears that the voto
cast in the interior of the State was very
light and that the majority is against the
amendments
As to tho proposed new charter for San
Francisco the retnrns thus far received in
dicate its defeat beyond a doubt At 1130
oclock last night the count of 157 precincts
had been completed and showed 9G15 in
favor of the charter to 13382 against
Winnipeg April 12 There is much feel
ing here over the semi official announcement
that the Dominion Government will not
allow the construction of another railroad to
the boundary Even solid citizens talk of
going out to build the road at the point of
the bayonet The Anti Monopoly Associa
tion has extracted from Premier Norquay a
written pledge that when tho Legislature
meets on Thursday a charter to build the
road will be passed as soon as introduced
New YonK April 12 The Commercial
Washington special says Conflicting ac
counts of Blaines health are productive of
much anxious feeling in political circles
here It is conceded on all sides that Blaine
is a very important factor in ltepublicau cal
culation but there is a well defined suspicion
here that there is something seriously at
fanlt in his physical system of late years
and there are a great many who consider
him on the brink of a general breakdown
owing to his long continued nervous strain
Evansviixe April 11 John T llaymoud
tho celebrated actor died here at 115 oclock
yesterday morning
New Yobk April 12 There is much in
teresting speculation upon the question who
will become the next owner of the groat
Argent diamonds to bo sold next month to
gether with tho other crown jewels of France
The three most prominent candidates for
control of tho famous treasures are said to
be Queen Victoria Adehtia Patti and Mr3
MncUay
Washington April 11 The old United
States vessels Shenandoah nnd Lackawanna
lying at Mare Island Navy Yard will soon be
sold Secretary Whitney has not yet de
cided whether tho Hartford shall bo repaired
or condemned
New Yoek April 11 Tho Tribunes Provi
dence tB I special says The Democrats
carried tho new elections for Senators and
Representatives in Newport and East Green
wich Saturday and tho Republicans secured
ouo member in Warwick The Legislature
now standsr Senate Republicans 1U Demo
crats 15 no election 2 House Republicans
23 Democrats 41 no election 3 joint ballot
Republicans 47 Democrats 53 no election
5 The Democrats have already one more
than enough members to elect the candidates
for Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State
Sheriff State Auditor District Judge etc
OX UUUlQi ipill 1- Xb LitlUBLMXCB lUflb lUU
Interstate Commerce Commission has made
the sameconoeseion to the Mobile and Ohio
Railroad as it made to the Louisville and
Nashville in respect to long and short hauls
in connection with water way competition
The road is now using its old tariff
EUROPEAN
Rome April 11 In consequence of Eng
lands treatment of Ireland and the attitude
of the Irish clerey on the Irish questions the
Pope has charged Cardinal Simeoni to make
thorough inquiry of the whole matter and
draft instruction for Irish Bishops
Lisbon April 11 The Portuguese Govern
ment has concluded a treaty of friendship
with China
Beblin April 12 Gen Kaulbars while en
route to St Petersburg on his way from
Vienna will visit Berlin
London April 12 The Times correspon
dent at St Petersburg says it is reported
that the Czar before returning to Gatschina
on Wednesday found loiters on his writing
table in the Winter Palace threatening him
with death
Paius April 12 Senor Ramin was bitten
by a wolf on Feb 15th 11 Pasteur treated
him for hydrophobia bnt death has ensued
This make3 the forty fifth death from hydro
phobia after treatment by the French scien
tist
Beblin April 12 The general political
situation here is now looked upon as holding
out iub prospect oi connuueu peace
Prince Bismarck apparently prefers the
proposals of the National Liberals and Union
Conservatives as regards the brandy and
sugar tax to those of Minister Scholtz but
these proposals so far as they have become
known excite much opposition
The Prussian Home Minister announces
again that according to a judicial decision
persons who have icquired citizenship in the
United States and have lived five years there
have lost their Germau citizenship and
therefore can be expelled from Germany
until they have regained German citizenship
From this there is no appeal
Secondly Germau citizenship cannot be
regained by -persons who have lost it by
having become citizens of foreign states
BRITISH
London April 15 During the debate on
the Irsh Coercion Bill in the House of Com
mons Colonel Sanderson Irsh Conserva
tive leader said he did not charge the Par
nellite members with imbruing their hands
in blood but he did charge them with as
sociating with men whom they knew to be
murderers Thereupon a scene of great
disorder followed during which Healy gave
Sanderson the lie direct and refusing to
withdraw his remark was suspended for a
week The speaker repremanded Satider
son who reiterated his charge whereupon
Sexton who was specially referred to snid
I say you are a wilful and cowardly liar
Another scene of uproar ensued when Sex
ton replied If I only met you outside of this
Houie I would thrash jou within an inch of
your life Ultimately both members with
drew their offensive rnmark Hfialv iraa
I be reinstated next day on motion
Dublin April 12 Michael Davitt has
written as follows to theSntherland Crofters
Association I accept with pleasure your
invitation to address a few meetings in
the Highlands The people of Ireland are
quite prepared to meet the infamous policy
of landlord repression by the Tory Govern
ment and are able to conquer it themselves
bnt should we obtain the co operation of the
WHOLE No 1164
democracy of Great Britain in the struggle
we will bur iniquitous landlordism along
with the eighty seventh Coercion Act of tho
century so deep in the toiro of defeat that
no povnr of tho classes will ever be able to
resurrect again that system of legalized rob
bery and extermination
IUnooon April 15 Half the town of
Pegu fifty eight miles northeast of Rangoon
was destroyed by fire It is presumably an
luceuoiary one
An extensive plot among the inhabitants of
Upper Barman nnd the Deceits to burn
towns massacre Europeans and proclaim a
new King has been frustrated by tho police
and loyal Burmese who after three days
fighting captured the leaders
London April 12 Poitsmouth yachtsmen
have in contemplation an international yacht
race over the course from Spithead to the
Shambles Light ship off Portland and bajob
and intend allowing the free use of tho
center board The committee will dispatch
before the 19th instant a cablegram to every
American yacht club announcing the event
which is to take place in Atrgnst
London April 12 It is reported that tha
Russians are collecting large commissary
and other stores at Penjdeh and Kohjah
Seleb on the northern borders oi Afghanis
tan
London April 12 Leopold King of Bel
gium is in London It is said he is here for
the purpose of arranging for the betrothal of
Clementine his daughter to Albert Victor
oldest son of the Prince of Wales The young
Princess will be 15 by the 20th of July This
is the age at which court etiquette permits
Princesses to be married
London April 12 It is reported that the
Russians are collecting large commissary anil
other stores at Penjdeh and Kohja Seleb on
the northern borders of Afghanistan
Aixahabnd April 11 The Governor of
Maruf in the Eelat Ghilzai district was killed
by Ghilzai while going to the assistance of
the Candahar troops who were engaged in
suppressing tho Ghilzai rebellion It is re
ported that the Governors force was massa
cred Unfounded reports are current at
Peshawar to the effect that he Ameer of Af
ghanistan is dead that Kelat has fallen and
that Cabul and Candahar are in danger
London April 11 The Coronet will enter
tho Jnbileo yatht race round the British Isles
It is probable that the American yacht Sach
em will also enter
The Blue Ribbon Lenguo
Saturday evening the above Society gave
another of its popular entertainments at Y
M C A Hall It is notable that its attend
ance is gradually increasing and now forraii
one of the prominent places of resort for a
numerous class on Saturday evenings who
scorn to enjoy these entertainments and not
a few determine to turn over a new leaf in
life Last Saturday evening the exercises
were fully up to the standard embracing
music recitations and addresses by ladies
and gentlemen of acknowledged ability
Adjourned Annual Meoting of tho
Y XVI C A
Uu Thursday evening the adjourned annual
meeting of the Y M C A was held a the
hall A large attendance was present and
the meeting opened by singing and prayer
Mr J F Lowrey real the report on devo
tional work stating that the Sunday after
noon services had been a success tud the
attendance fair The noonday service s had
been discontinued
The report of the Temperance Committee
was read by Mr P C Jones Mr Booths
series of lectures had been productive of
much good in the temperance cause reaching
a class which hitherto had not been ap
proached by other lecturers and had suc
ceeded in reclaiming many Credit was
given tho Rev J A Cruzaii for the activo
interest taken by that gentleman in the work
of reforming those addicted to the use of
strong dritik and inducing them to become
Btaunch members of the Temperance League
The report stated that the meetings in
Fowlers yard had been discontinued after
ten months trial for good and sufficient
reasons
The Reading Room Committee report was
read by Rev W C Merritt stating that
periodicals had been taken to tho amount of
107 25 The Voice and Rational Temjerance
Advocate are additions to the list Mr E A
Jones had supplied a copy of the Youth
ConijxmloH in the past A great many
pnpers the report says have been carried
ff from the reading room but as yet no one
had been detected iu doing so
Owing to the absence of Mr Southwick
Mr E O White read the Treasurers report
which showed total receipts of 2877 89 and
expenditures of 2co7 53 leaving a balance
of cash on hand of 20 SG
Mr 8 D Fuller General Secretary read
his report giving an outline of the organiza
tion since its inception some eighteen years
ago to the present time He spoke of the
encouragement he had met during the past
year Many of the committees had worked
earnestly in the good work while others had
failed to come up to the mark Latterly the
Entertainment Committee had not been
heard from This Committee early in the
year had done good work and had been the
means of entertaining strangers iu a suit
able manner and also drawing together a
large class of residents He also roported as
the result of Mr Booths labors 313 foreign
ers and 39G Hawaiiaus as having become
total abstainer- In conclusion he thanked
those who had kindly aided him iu his
efforts and the press for its uniform courtesy
towaru uiiu
Mr W A Bowen the retiring President
delivered his valedictory addrets i in an able
manner handling bis subject eloquently
Hi3 theme was The Working of the
Leaven He touched on the good accom
plished by the W C T U Sabbath School
and Church work Cbatauqut movement
Y M C A iu general and lastly tho Hono
lulu Association in particular
Mr F J Lowrey the President elect then
took the chair and in an eloquent address
thanked the members kindly for the honor
they had conferred on him He briefly out
lined the labor of the Association and other
work pertaining to the well being of the
Y M C A concluding by announcing the
following committees for the ensuing year
Devotional Work W A Bowen J E Bid
well W O Smith J J McDonald Dr J
M Whitney Rev S E Bishop Hon A F
Judd
Temperance P O Jones J A Dower W
O Atwater G P Castle
Visitation E C Damon G C Lees E
W Pod more L P Hanson A F Cooke U
P Thompson
Welcome G P Castle E O White G
A Netb E A Jones H Wickman C
Crozier D Shephard J AGonsalves W 8
Tabor J A Maaoon It W Podmore
Entertainment C M Cooke P C Jones
V W Hall W L Baird T R Walker E
A Jones J B Atherton
Employment A F Cooke J A- Kennedy
BF Dillingham
Reading Room T G Thrum Rev W C
Merritt Iter W B Oleson
Finance J B Atherton P C Jones O
M Cooke
Hawaiian Branch Hon A F Judd P C
Jones Dr C M Hyde H Waterhouse S D
Fuller
At the conclusion ice cream and cake were
handed round to the audience and the re
mainder of the evening was spent in social
conversation after which the meeting broke
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That weakness and lassitude in fast-growing
children mav be easily remedied by a
few doses of Am Cos Hop Bitters See ad

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