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READ THIS. LOCAL BREVITIES. JOYFUL JAPS. SPORTS. Notice.
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Gonsitlvos & Co rocoivedbv tho
S. S. Brouufols u fionli supply of
fiuo red titblo Wino from Oporto
and fin invoico of extra Suludo Oil
from tho Hfimo place
California & Hawaiian Fruit ife
Produoo Company, opposito E.
II. Depot, King Streot. . Every
description of grooorioa und
driod fruits; and by every steamor
from San Franoipoo and Vancouver,
Ico Houso fruits, fresh
Salmon, and Oystora.
Telephone 955. P. O.' Box 4.
It druws a crowd, it gladdens
tho heart and it cuios all diseases.
And W, M Cunningham smilos
his broudest smilo as bo watohos
tho ' throngs of gontltitrion who
outer the.portuls of tho Auohor
drawn by the magic of bis 0. P. T.
This lino old whisky was mado iu
tJiH spring of '81 iu Kontuoky. 'It
was Stored for tbroo yours, then
oxportod and stored ubrond. It
was reimportod und finally seat
out hero around tho Horn. Thut'a
the whiflky which ovon tho W.- 0.
-T. U.'wuutM.
Tho ludios aro now invited to
visit L. B. Kerr's store on Queon
Street. Ho no longor deals exclusively
in' mulo" goods or stull's
suitable fur llio coming woman.
Tuo' present modest fomalo who
yot beliovos in ooverijig herself
with cashmere,1 gingham, India
und Victoria lawu will find just
what sh.o wants at Kerr's store
SHIPPING
. VESSELS IN POUT.
Sch Norma Victoria
Ilk Sumatra Ililo
Stilp 11 F Glado Hcrickson , Liverpool
I)k Nowaboy Mollcatcail Newcastlo
Uk Allien Buso rotlcr . Port BUkeljr
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Dktn S N Castlo ' Hubbard San Francisco
" Morning Stnr Garland Huk
Sch Robert Lcwcr (Jooilmnn San Francisco
Uktu Irmgard McNeil Iqulquo
'.' KUkltat Qntlor Port (Iambic
" "W II Dlmond NlUon San FrancUco
Uk Arciier Calhoun '
, ,, Aniloraon - Eureka
Ship Helen Brewer Mobancy New York
V.ESS'EI.S. EXPECTED
Sall-J
Uk CorypUcno N.S.W. March 10
Bk Modoc ' ' 12
B Alameda Oar. Francisco May 3
Uk S C Alien " April CO
Ilktiio Planter " " 37
Bk Edward May New York " 10
8 China Hongkong. Mayl0
" Mlowcra Vancouver ," 17
' Australia Sin Francisco " 27
t'Arawa Sydney " 33
Uk Martha Bockhahl Liverpool Mar. 3
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JJJ. E. Corner rfuiiauu and King Strteets
TTeops Uie tluest Brands Of Llquoru constantly
on hand. '
Hole Ac'ents for O. P. T. Whiskey and tho
celebrated Frudrlcksberg Beer.
Fresh Oysters for Cocktails per every
steamer.
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Nothlngibiit straight goods dltpensed at
this popular resort
YV. M. CUNN1NUIUM,
MANAQER
CITY SHOEING SHOP.
Horse shooing a speciality. All
wrk promptly and carofully attended
to.
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gjST" Terms reasonable.
. J. W. MoDONALD,
Proprietor,
GOO Fort,. Stroot, opposito tho
Stable.'
. , E B, THOMAS,
Cgnt'raptor,, and Btfider
trr ESTIMATES GIVEN on All Kinds ol
Btbii'c.'nrlck' and Wood Work.
King street. ' ' my3i
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(flucceasorto CIhw, Uttnlmcr.;
HURNE S
King una Fort tftrects,
'Is prepared to manufacture all kinds and
grades of Harness at short not lee J
Lowest of Prices for Oasli,
All wpri guaranteed to bo aatlsfactpry be!
tore vluglhe shop.
' Where has tho Lollua gono?
Tho Mokolii camo into pOrj.
lust night. , "
Tho Japanoso. will liavo a
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7 ' f .
Tho town "was crowded with
Jupnnoso lust night.
Tho Kinau arrived yesterday
afternoon from Hawaii.
Tho W. G Hull left yosterday
morning for Muui and Hawaii,
This afternoon's match, will bo
betweon tho Slurs and
Royul school und'
Bahool plavors will have a match
at 9:30.
Colonel Gortiwoll's oxpected
, did -not arrive in tho
Alamo'da.
Two moro upplicutions by
to pritctisu law aro
ponding.
. If you huvd got a thirst on cull
at tho Commoroiiil suloon und try
a Qreshara cocktail.
Tho Honolulu Criokot Glub
will bogin praotico ut tho Slakiki
rooroation ground this afternoon.
Tho Ciistnopolis is due to-day.'
To judgo' from a .pllotograh
roooived of hor sho is a beauty.
Sho belongs to tho
S. S. Co.
Huwuiiuu soldiers with cannon
und riflos and Japnnoso shum
soldiers with u till s.words and
toy riflos gavo,tho town a very
warliko appearanco last ovoning.
Jomos Campbell, is having bis
building at Fort and Queen
Btreots, containing tha formor
rooms of Hawaiian Masonic lodge
and tho auction rooms of L. J.
Levoy put in tho fashion with
now coat of paint. f
Household furnitfiro of the
estato of the lata John Thomas
Watqrhouso was dold yesterday.
James F. Morgan being tho auctioneer.
Thoro wus a lurco.
llanco and Rood wricos were
realized.
. Lylo Aloxauder Dickey son
of O. H. D.iokey, tux nssjssor of
Maui, has beon admitted to tho
praotico of law in this republic,
He is 27 years of ago and, after
studying two years ottho Yalo luw
school, took a year at the, Chicago
College of luw, from which ho
obtained a diploma' and thon
practisod two yours in Chicngo.
Captain Coohrano, commnn'ding
tho raarino corps on tho Philadelphia,
gave a dinner purty on board
tho cruiser Thursday . night, having
as guests, President Dolo,
Ohiof J'ustico and Mrs. Judd,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cooko, also
tho wardroom officers of the
ship; Mrs. Dolo wos proventod
by a cold from accompanying tho
President.
Miss Debbio Lylo, who has
boon ono of tho assistant tenohors
in tho froo kindergartons, won tto
Koimby tho W. G. Hall in
hopos of bonoflt from tho change
of air, poor lioalth having compelled
hor giving up touching.
Sho was accompaniod hor mo'thor,
Mrs, Jamos Lylo, and will bo(
unuor tho mouicul carp of Dr.
MoWayno in Kopa.
Edward S. Coffin died at tho
Quoon's hospital yestorday morn
ing of paralysis, in tlio Bixty
seventh year of his ago. Soon
aftorhis arrival ,in 1850, ho en
gaged a.B a buildor with tho lato
Goorgo Lucas, stayiug with the
firm until rotiring from aotivo
work a few yoara ago. Ho
a Hawaiian lady, who, is now
doad. , Coffin loaves a brothor in
tho Eastern gtatos;' Thoro is'
said to bo $2000 t? his credit in
tlrt suYinga bunk., "
Ludios in soaroh of a Silk
Dross should yIbU tho storo ofN
S Saehs, who has, just roooived
nowTafieta silks in blck, solid
colors au'd figured; Surah silks
Rhadama, and lot of fancy figurod
silks.
Order,, 'of ..Celebration of
the Treaty of Peace; ,
Itutification' or no ratification
of tho trouty of peaco by China,
tho JapaneBo in Honolulu will
to-day colobrute the victories of
thoit; country winch led to the
arrannomont of poaco. Thoro'
will bo dotacliod procoasinns of
mimic army and navy to tho
Consulate, und four thence a
grand procession of .both joined
by tho pooplo to Indopondonco
Park. This will start about 9
o'clock. Il is usoloss to describe
tho procession boforo it is seen,
but thoro is no doubt it wjll bo
woll worth Booing. It would bo
advisablo fprthoso who would
take everything in, to soo tho
gathering of tho claus at the
,Cousulut'o, , whoro u triumphal
arch has ' boon . oroctod and,
whero a national saluto will bo
fierd. Above all tho grand
procession must not bo missed by
anybody, with its iniuiaturo
cruiser and tho glittering goar of
tho warriors. In addition to
what Iiub been told alroady in
theso columns, and what has boon
uotod heroin, nothing romains
prior to tho evonts of tho day
i. ..i. t t.,A ti. nvnn.m.n
bolow:.
1. Address of Chairman. Mr. Uoro 'Narita.
'1 Inyo Cheers for tho Einporor.
Music, Kimigayo Jupauoso Natidual -
Autheiu.
2- Reading tbo Imperial Edict
11. 1.'J. M's Consul S. Sbimizu
Music, Klgou Satsu.
3. Salutarory Reading.... Mr. K, Imanisbl
Music, Imayp.
4. .Addros's Dr. J. Ucbida
Music,, Osaka. - '
0. Address .' .'....Mr.- B. Shituizu
, Muuio, Mnsasbiga
C. AddreBs Mr. G; Sato
Music, Sakurtt
7. AddresH H Mr. S'. Matsumura
Music, Ritno Mutsu.
For Japan, . . . . ' Japanese Antbem. '
FESTIVAL CONCERT IN THE AFTER
NOON.
VAKt I.
UJInroU Fos'ival Berger
2. Orcrturo Light Cavalry, Bappe
3. Trfntasia Let's Bo a Soldier. ".Eilenborg
4. Airs, Rappey
I'ART II,
0. Marob Poaco Jubiloo Borgor
0. Waltz Over tho Wavoa Bos r
7. 'beleotion Japanese Air Berger,
a. wasuiugton rost Souuu
o. Hopublio of llawaii Beger
Kimigayo.
Hawaii l'ouol. .
QAME3 'AT DAY TIME.
Firoworks,
Wrostliug, at 1! p.m.
Japanoso Foueing.'at 2 p. in.
Dakin, Jap meso game Two times
Foot Race, 100 yards go and back, , . ,
t .Two times
Blind Raco for Flags,' 100 yards go
and back Viwo times
Raco Putting Thread to n Noodle, 100
yarJs go nml book, Two times
RacePioking Potatoes 15 yards go
and book'.....: Two times
Catching Flag Race, 100 yards go and
bank .' Two times
Three 'Footed Race by Two Men, 100
yards-go" and baok To times
Bag Race, 00 yards go nnd baok. . ...
Two times
Delivery of Wbito and Rod Flogs....
Ona time
Ono tlmo
Dancing with iv Sword.
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.AT NIGHT:
Japaneso Theatre, Mario Lantern, Music,
Fireworks Sovoral kinds.
Lantern Procession: ht 10 p. n
preceded by baud. ' '
Hurry Evans, turnkey of tho
polico statiou, has beon vory low, J
but was muoh improved last night.
Geo. O. Statomoyor, guguor in
tho Custom Houso, returned
homo from a vacation qij tho
Coast by tho S, S. Alameda.
Goorgo is happy as n glam ovor
a son weighing 14. pounds, which
his wife prosonted him with on
April 9.
A gontloman roturnitig to his
lodgingiast night, bw .tho door
of J E Gomos, jdwolor's, storo
wido open. He ..burried' to tho
police Btatiou, whoro ho found
Captain Scott ancl an Independent
;ropresontativp, who acoompaiond
him to tho store. A lamp in the
ohdudolicr was lighted, but nothing
was found disturbed in tho
plaoo. A policeman was plaoed
on guard und Mr. Gomes was
notified..
Edmund Pearson Dolo 1ms
boon admittod to llio praotico of
law in all tho courts of tho republic
Ho is a native of Maine)
about 45 yoars of ago, Aftor admission
to tho bar of Massachusetts
in 1875, ho took a couro in tho
Boston Univorsity sohobl of law
und graduated thorofroml Ho
praotisod tyw at Koonoj Now
Hampshiro, for fourteon years
and at Soattlo, WashinaUoH, tho
past four yoars. M'r Dolo'
cortifioato of charnotor is signed
by his donsin, tbo ProsidorU.
To-Day's Game.
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Tho baseball game botWecn tho
Slur and Kama this nftornoon
promises to bo very interesting.
Tho Stars di'd not got thojr now
battofyUnd Lionol wilt havo to
pitch again. Tho Kunis prosent
a strong front and. tholr nilio aie
woll known on tho diamond.
Some of them havo been nut of
training, but they will bo found
read) nevertheless. Horry Whitney
and Muurico Kcphokulolq
will act as umpires. Tho follow
ing will composo tho two toams:
UTAH. rosmo.v kaheiiaueiu.
Hhrry Wilder. ..... .o . . . . .B. Pahau
Lionel Hart. , p. . . : ;.B. Lomon
J. .Gnnzol tlb P. Davis
E. 'VodeLonB0....2b i.S. Malmka
Sam Woods.... '..3b .W. Abla
W. Wildor 83 0. BridEea
J; O. Carter, Jr. . . .1( ;0. Crowpll
D.MoNicbol cf -. O.Knanol
W. , O. . Wilder. . . .rf A. Lawolnwo
TITE FOOTUACE.
A four miles took
place lust night. Fivo boys
ut fivo minutes ufter eight,
from Waikiki bridgo and roachod
Palucb Square in the following
tiraoo:
Bqarmoro ', 22 mln
Brewstor. . , 25 ,'
Bolster. . 1 . . . , .....' i . ... 07 .1
'Petrlo.. ; .28 " .
, Lyle(not heard from.) Tho time
is very creditable to tho boyS of
whom a few looked somowhut
u8od up. C. Crane and D. Crozie
acted as judgos arid Wright
as starter. Thoro was a largo
'crowd at Pulace Squaro to aeo tbo
boys como in.
HUNTINO.
The Lohua left on a wild gooso
chasa last night.
FOREIGN NEWS.
General John Newton, President
of tho Panama Ruihoad Co.,
died at Now YOrk in tho 72nd
year of his ago. Ho had a
creditablo war record, and sinco
has done important unginooring
work about Now York und its
harbor.
The gold receipts at tho
foil oil' hoavily tho last
month, in spito tf increased
It has boon discovered
that tho smoltors hav,o beoui soiling
their product to tho agonts
of tho Rothschilds and others
interested in tho recent bond sulo
instead of placing it in tho mint.
-HE MONEY QUESTION. t
Hoko Smith, Socretury of tho
Interior, thinks that in tho next
twolvo months a thorough
of tho monoy quostion will
bo presentod all ovor the country,
Tho discussion will bo United to
tho proposition for tho unlimitod
coinogo of silver at a ratio of 16
tol. The Socretary thought tho
agitation of th$ quostion was
ohocking'tho return of prospority,
but ho boped that tho plan of tho
silvorjinen without
doing tho country serious
injury. In conclusion, Secrotary
Smith said: "I havo no. doubt that
tho; next Presidont of tlio Unltod
States Will bo opposed to tlio
unlimited coinago of silver at
10 to 1."
A foerful cyclorio iutho vicinity
of Hulstoad Kansas, on May 1
devastated n strip, of country
hundred yards wido and
miles long. Homos woro
dostroyod and six porsons woro
killed outright.
rOLYQAMY.TO HE PUNISHED.
After a long discussion, by a
vote of 72 to 10, tho following
amQndraont was inserted in tho
constitution of Utah by the
Tho aot of tbo Governor
and legislative assembly of
tho Torritory of Utah entitled
'An aot to punish polygamy' and
other kindred ofi'onges,' approved
Fobruary, 1892, in so' far 'as tho
same dofinos and imposes
tios for polygamy, is lioroby declared
to be in force in 'tho
Utah."
At the sixth annual national
Congress of Spus of ' tho Snori-
oan Eovolution, held iu lion ton,
ut which 100 delegates wero
it was ,rcsolvod to pjaco
markor rovbr tho graves of tho
Hignors of the'' Doolurution of
Indopondonco.
All accounts due to tho
Publishing Company must
bo paid t onco to tho undersigned
mnnagor at his office in
tho Independent ofllco, on
Stroet, Honolulu.
Edmund Nouuie.
Honolulu, May 3, 1805, tf.
F.J. TESTA.
SEARCriKK Of KECOIID8. COLLECTOR.
Translator In English 'and Hawaiian, Real
Ettato Agent, Copyist, Typewriter. Stamp
Dealer, Purchasing, Commission nllu Advertising
Agent, etc., etc.,
13T Any entrusted to hlin will
bu punctually uul.proinatly attended to.as'
wll 9 all matters coulldentlal. Hawaiian
colctlon a spccfallty.
EfT Office, No. 327, King St., tho former
prW atcolllco of E. B. Thomas. Tho office 0
the native newspaper KA MAKAAINANA It
In tho office In the rear under the same root
GONSALVES & CO.,
WHOLESALE QltOCEHS AND WINE
MEUCUANTS.
Uuccn Street, Honolulu, II. 1.
L:-B
UIKCT IMIOUTKR9 OF'
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European & American
I IIEV (C ..rfirc
il HWVi"'
HAS JUST RECEIVED
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A Complete" &'
' " - ' ', New, Stock
1 , ....'..of....,;
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DKESS GOODDS
Victoria Lawns, Dimities,
India'Liuons, Nainsooks,
.Sateens. Cotton Fongecii,
Scotch GingliaiuN,
, , ,
HnndkerohlofH, Iloiery,
Itlbbonn, Laces,
. Flowers nnd Feathon,
MAIJMUt JBATS
Flannelettes, Ceylon Shirting,
Cretonnes', Art Maslins, Curtains, ,
Mosquito Nets, Plain & Twilled Cotton
And tho celebrated "MADAPQLAMS"
leu Ladies ad Children's Underclothing,
ALSO
The Largest Best
Selected Stock
in tho Islands of
Suiting, Serges, Trousering, etc.. etc.
Solo. Agent for tho Popular
At Popular Prices. '
Queon Street, Ilonolulu, no. I t
city DRAYAQE Co.
W. F, SHARRATT, Manager
Stand ndjoining H. Hackfold .t
Co., Fort streot. General Carting
nnd Drayago Business dono.
m 7 If '
BfflHX FARING k Co.
leal Estate Dealers
503 Fort stv npar King
BUILDING LOTS,
HOUSES and. LOTS,
and LANDS FOR SALE
Turtles wishing to disposo of
tholr properties, nro invited to
call on us,
ra8 tf
,
Annual Meeting
m
Hawaiian
'i6ll.a66A6ftA6M
OffiQial IProramme. ,
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'.I ' Racos to Conitnencc at
10 A.M. sharp.'
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1st BIOYCL1S RACE.
Prize, Gold Modal, valued at $20.
fee '$1. GO; 1 milo dash, freo for all.
RACE. ,
Prizg, Gold Medal, Valued at $30.
loo $1.50; 5 milo dash, free fpr all .
3rd HONOLULU. PURSE, $200.
Running race; i milo dash, froo for all,
4th -MERCHANTS PURSE $200.
Trotting nnd pacing to harness; 2:40 class.
Milo heats beot'G in 5, freo for all.
Cth ROS1TA CHALLENGE CUP, $250 addod.
' Running raco; 1 milo dash, froo for all.
Winner. of Cup to beat roord of Angio. .A,
(1.45J) and receive $50 extra,
. PARK PURSE, $250.
Trotting and ' pacing to Harness. Milo
heats 3 in 5, freo for nil.
S. S.CO.'S CUP, $156 added.
Running raco, 5 railo dash, Hawaiian
, bred.
8th PONY RACE PURSE, $100.
1 milo dash, for nil Ponies 14 hands, or
under.
9th KALAKAUA CUP. PURSE, $150.
Running raco; 1 milo dasb for Hawaiian
bred horses owned by morabors of Club.
. Winner to a'ceept $100 in liou of cup.
10th HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,'
. $150;
2:50 class, milo heats 2 in 3, froq for all.
11th PRESIDENT WIDEMANN'S CUP,, $150
added '
Running raco, 1$ milo dash, froa for all.
All ontrios aro to bo irindo with , tho Secrotary
before Thursday, Juno Gth. 1895. Entrance fees
to bo 10 por cent; of Purso, unless otherwise
npsoified.
All racos to bu ,rtin or trottod undor tho rules"
of tho Huwaiinn Jookoy Club,
All horses nro expected to start unless withdrawn
by 9 o'clock A, m. on Juno 10th,t1895.
General Admission ; ..... . 0 conts
.Grand Stand (Extra) 50 conts and 1 'dollar
Carriages (insido of course) oacb $2.50
Quarter Strotoh budges. . . , 5.00
$. G. WILDER,'
Secretary
BANKERS.
Honolulu, Huwuiian Islands
DRAW EXCHANGE
ON THE- ,
Prmcipnl Parts of. tljo World,
and '.'.'.''
Transact a Genera Banking
Business.
HoqoMu hioij jtfofktf
Company
Silquy Pills
BOILERS, COOLEliS, BRASS
and LEAD CASTINGS,
and, Mnchinory of ovory
mad6 tp ordor. '
Particular uttontlbn oajd Jo
Ships'Blaokdmithing.
Job Work oxooutod pn tho
shortest notice.
my8 1m
OF THE
0o0wmo9
I .t M 1
Jockey. CIuTd
ni
CIO J 1 1
11,
Jockey Club.
Something New !
Oiweks can bo placed with
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO., or
Frosh
. .
Eastern ,
Transplanted
Oysters
rom. Jobn F. Colbum's Pond,
and doll vory mado on Tuosdays
apu baturdays of ouch wook.'
Try thorn, tboy oxcol (be for
oign onos. lnyo
Or iter ion Saloon
FOltTAXl) HOWL S'l'S.
Oiias. J. McOaiitiiy, Mnnagor
Popular Brands of .StraigliGooiIs
,'AI.WAVfl,ON HANJ),
r Fresh Eastern Oysters & Oyster
cooktails to bo had aftor oach arrival
of thoBs. Australia,
oi'tub
Famoii8 Wicland Lager Beor
myl tf

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