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LAND FOR SALE.
TWO A0RE3 IN FEB HIMPLE al
Knpntikoa, 3 mllea from town, jtmt nt tlio
rise of. Kftmolllllt hill hi clone proximity to
Jontf Ena's underground lake
Bplondld alto tor a Suburban rosldonco.
For particulars, Inqulro of F. J. TESTA,
327, King Street. . May 2GUi, t.
fc iT"S. has iuflt Reooived ox " Miowera,"
i&J'rS Va small consignment of
V Boons Beer
' bottled from tho
W Colobrated fli?ATTj;fc
iJV' , . niy24 3t
,",', '.. California & Hawaiiau. Fruit fc
,'""' Produco Company, opposite R.
fl '.V.v R. Depot, King Street. Every
defloription of groceries und
, dried fruits; arid by overy stoamor
from San Francisco and Vancouver,
loo Houso fruits, fresh
Salmon, and 'Qstors.
Tolophono 755. P. 0. fiox 4.
A New Abstract Office
As a result of 15 years oxpoHonco
in tho Abstraot Business, 'J am
prepared to mako Abstracts of
Titlo in a, most thorough, accurate,
and oomploto .manner a,nd on
P. W. Makinney.
in W..0. Smith's Office, 318
Fort Street. myl3.
If you want tho highest grado
Family "Flonr.on thoMarkot ask
for Patont Excollont." Manufactured'
by Novelty Milling Company
Engrosser - -
PaciGo Hardware Co.
jiollisto Drug Co,
523 Fort, Stroet: '
Wholejfole Retail DunggifiU
. LARGEST STOCK,
&2y Lowest ' Prices-. S
Offer for SALE at his Eosidonco
on "Waikiki road, opp. Sunny
South, a choico lot of
Plants & Palms
Geo. J. Oavanaugb is authorized
to solicit subscription
for tho Independent.
my 21, 1805. 3t
ii ii i
,Ono Doublo Soat Family Oarriago
Harnoss and Horso, vory gontle,
Enquire of j
Mrs. P. M. ItOONEY,
Wilder avonuo noar Piikoi stroet,
or Mr. TURNER)
my23 2w at Lowis & Co.
A NICE COTTAGE ON QUEEN:
Enquiro at this offioo.
match comos off
Wim.jbI meet me t tbo hotel billiard
room without lall. . Johnny.
Tho Kilohona Art I.oaguo
opon to tho public.
Tha Stars and Unknowns
play jibis aftornbon.
Captain Black now hold a position
under tho Citizens' Guard.
Diamond Hoad 10 p. m. Weather
cloir. "Wind fresh N. E.
Frank Vida is still vory low.
His many, friends hopo that ho
will soon rotfovor. -
Tho Salvation Army aro making
preparations for an outing at
Pearl City q'n thoMltli, of- Juno. '
L. J. Lovoy will wield the
hammer at tho auction sale of
dry goods.-at M. Sv Levy's thiB
If you aro In BOarch of Laces, or EmbroU
elnries on to N. B. (UOII8. the largest as
sortment and' tho lntost . doslgrm can bo
found thoro. may 25
It is now sottlod that tho marsh
al-will r6tiro, and
is to bo rulod by a now
Tho reception givon by tho
"British GommiBsoner and Consul
'Genoral yestordny afternoon, was
Dr.. Winalow of tho Philadelphia
bought four corpios of
Hawaiian. Tho now magazine
sooms to agroo with tho doctor.
Uyou are tired of tho hot and dusty town,
there la no better place for rest and
' atlon than at Ilanlwat Baths'.' SmootUfcath.
lng beach and fino surf. Wallclkl cars ipass
The social and dance ait
Park last ovoning was a
Bucoefis. Tho joint, committee of
tho Scottish Thistlo Club and tho
Sons of St. Gooago is to bo congratulated.
F. J. Kruger, practical watchmaker, Cor
nor of Fort and Merchant streots. Kopalrlnfl
watches a" specialty. Tho celebrated Wiener
Regulators. Just the thing for appropriate
present to your friends'.
Tho annivorsary of Quoou
birthday wag c'olobratod
in a most ploaslng and appropri7
ato manner yestorday. The government
officos and many businoss
houses closed at noon.
It is no wondor that tho modern
politicians aro against 'tha monarchy.
The allegod portrait of
Queen Viotoria in tho ovoning
Bulletin lust night is enough to
make any alligator-hunting Englishman
"200," is tho number most frequently
called over tho telephono wires. It rings up
the United Oauhuoe Cosu'a.nt'8 stand,
where Superior Hacks with safo . and
courteous drivers, are always to bo found.
A compltte livery outfit, Including buggies
and waggonettes, furnished at 'the shortest
Tho only Sequah took, a turn
around town yesterday, and his
goldon chaript stopped outside
tho British consulate whoro
'God Savo The tjuoon' was played,-and
whoro Consul Walker acknowledge
tho efforts of tho doctor. .
Tho averago "follow'' hasn't an
idea what Waikiki moans. In
giyi'ng an idea of the plapo, ft ig
not .'proposocT to dwell on tho
nrivato residoncos.at "old ' Wai-
J tl ' H a & ! S an... ln mnil. tf
Long Branch, tho Villa, Ilaniwai,
and othor beautiful resorts. Tho
privato residences, are
and, .Sans ouoi is tho
haven of rest. On tho other, sido
of Diamond Hoad tho climax of
enjoyment is attained. Booth has
taken Wilcox's old place and with
his wifo roigns supremo thoro,
Nest comes Bortlomann whoso
family hasn't wookoned to tho
bullets that.n'ovor hit tho homo
and the humorous kids make tho
.beach howl. Then qomos the
gonial homo of Commodoro Beck-
leyfwnoro oy and luaus aro ovoi
in oYdor and where, tha fasoinating
girls :'from Pawaa can ovor bo
found, Further out along tho
boaoh oan ho found old Rosa
tla "Tony"--who now trios to
stop tho. holes nvyl by.thq.v.aliant
but uninvitedguosts, who Btoppod
at hiH placo. Next to his pluco
woll, it is not intondod to givo all
tho beautios of "Wnikiki away.,
Go along yourselves nnd bo satisfied
with tho pointers givon. Tho
mystorioa of aro
tho description of the pon
of tho Independent.
THE LATEST FAKE.
Another Volcano Not In It.
Thoro was a tremendous excitement
around town Thursday1,
morning. Tho word was given
out that a " volcano " had
started outside tho fishmarket,
and that tho sea was boilding
hot within a rddius of sixty
miles more or less. Thurston
loft his work as a combined
lawyer and diplomat and started
negotiations fyr a new
Old lady Nevin Armstrong
rushed around and told
his latest almanac stories from
the time of President' Monroe.
Bush looked palo and prepared
to arrange for tho millenium
and for a future- edition of
"Ka Leo .. and natives and
foreigners dropped work and
with the coolness of superb
bravery picked their way
through the muddy and
lanes to' tho fishmarket and
A:nd there they witnessed
tho grand spectacle of the sea
aflame. Fire ;and somke
bobbed up and it was momentarily
expected that Honolulu
would become a second Pompeii
or Herculanoura. It didn't all
tho same. The x'easons given
for tho phenomenal display
were numerous and many of
them vero quite , plausible.
Somebody believe that it was a
volcanic eruption. Others
smelled sulphur (or fish) and.
claimed that 'one of Hayne's
missionaries had dropped overboard.
Again it was claimed
that tho Spray had "dropped"
something which was 'smoking'
and ,a number of our wisest
citizens advanced theories about
escaped gases and other particular
points of the Friend,
Tho truth was learned at
last, 'and peace reigned supreme
S. J. Salter, for three years
in the employ of fcj)e Marine
and Life Protective Association
of London and now residing in
Honolulu, gave the secret away
It was simply a can attached
to life buoys and filled whjh
phosphate of caloium, -which
had beon dropped, into the sea.
Whenever the phosphate of
'calpium gots, into contact with
the water it burns and flames
appear dancing on the .water's
surface Wlionevor another,
excitement is" des'irablo, just
throw a can of tho stuff over
board and tho "volcano" is
there. Tho contrivanco has
been in ugo since 1871, but was
ovidontly now to the inHB
ligent pooplo of Honolulu.
Review of " Review."
Mr. Hayno is to bo congratulated.
Tho aim of the Hawaiian
as announcou by turn is tuo
"bringing of tho highost class of
Hawaiian litoraturo within tho
roaoh of Amorioana anci
Thjs aim has suddenly
been achieved, though not in
tho columns of tho Hawaiian,
"Review'' ovolyod in tho north-1
west pornor o( page q, siuvertiuur
of May 2!), will bo handed down
to posterity as a classic, ft was
unnooosBary for tbo wwtbor to
sign his namo. Tho antoiVlavian
phostnuts, that uro soattorod
through this litorary pudding aro
a fmiflqiont gimrntee of aut6
It was strictly portinont that
"Roview1' tthould drag1 in tho
"defunct Holomua." An. Irish-
Iman was zoalously oraployod in
mashing tho head of a Bnak"
whon n" romarkod to
him,' "Pat, that sniiko is dead."
"1 know it, your honor," said
Pat, "but tho oraythor don't
soom to realizo it," -Pat roforre'd
to tho convulsivo twitohings of tho
roptilo's tail. Roviow don't
that tho llolomua is a
o.routuro of tho past, but goes for
Doggerel is defined by Ralph'
Waldo Emorson ' bb a pcem o
"puppios." And if tho doggerel
of tho Holamua did not rise to
a dizzy height it at least was all
that tho thomos inspired. True
pootry is found in tho Advertiser
occasionally with tho name of
somo famous local, poot to givo it
standing. But suoh of God's
creatures as "don't got tho nowa"
may. find tho same'in tho writings
of Tom Hood and othors. Tho
obscenity of the Hawaiian gives
Roviow a sovoro wronoh, . But
when ho drags in tho name of
Os , tho apostlo of tho sun-
flowor, into his refined nrtiolo,
wo foaf ho lias himsolf roachod
tho climax of obsceuity. But
this slight broak cannot dostroy
the merits of tho ossay, which goos
on to doal with tbo hato and
rancor of Mr. Hayno in a spirit
perfectly godliko and muddy with
lovo, such chiiBto stylo, such rich
diotion pervade tho wh'olo troatiso.
In olpsing, lot us remind
" Rovisfw," that, though tho
Holomua is no moro, tho Friend
can still distill christian venom.
" . ; Hear Him
On GROUND at CORNEB
THE QKOUN1) WILL BE
WflllTSP HV TUB
i Oomes ALL and See,,,
ECear and Judge for
The Armory Hall
from 3 to 4:30 P.M.
Hawaiian Jockey Club
Races to Commence at
j ' t
10 A.M. sharp.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
Prize, Gold Modal, valued at 20.
foo 1.50; 1 mile dash, freo for all.
2nd BIOYOLE RACE.
Prize, Gold Modal, valued at $30. Entrance
loo $1. CO; 5 mile dash, freo for all'
3rd HONOLULU PURSE, $200,
Running race; J milo dash, froo for all,
4th MERCHANTS PUKSE $200.
Trotting and paoing to harnoss; 2:40 class.
Milo boats, best 3 in 5, freo for all.
RACE PUSE, $100.
1 milo dash, for all Ponios 14 hands or
under' (Will bo run botweou boats of
Gth ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP, $250 added.
Running race; 1 milo dash, froo for all.
Winnor ofCnp to boat rocord of ngio A
(1.45$) and recoivo $50 extra.
Trotting and pacing to Harness. Milo
boats, best 3 in 5, free for all.
8th OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S CUP, $150 addod.
. Running race, milo dash, Hawaiian
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE) $150.
Running raco; 1 milo dash for Hawaiian
brod horses ownod by mombors of tho Club
Winnor of Cup to roeovio $100 in liou of
Ciip becomes the property of pewon winning
it twico. , Should tho person who has won it
onco and again this meeting, he will receive in
liou of -Cup $100, together with $150 addod.
.Winner of Cup first time will rocoive $15 J and
credit for one race.
10th HAWAIIAN JQCKEY CLUB PURSE,
2:50 class, milo heats best 2 in 3, freo for all.
11th PRESIDENT WIDEMANN'S CUP, $150
Running raco, 1 milo dash, frea for nil.
All 'ontriosuro to bo niado with the Soorotary
before Thursday, Juno Gth. 1895. Entrance feos
to bo 10 por cent, of Purso, unless' otherwise
All races to be run or trotted undor tho rules
of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club,
All horses aro expected to, start unless withdrawn-
by 9 o'clock A, m. on Juno 10th, 1895.
General Admission 50 conts
Grand Stand (Extra) 50 cents and 1 dollar
Carriages (insido of oourso) oaoh $2.50
, Quarter Strotoh badges. 5.00
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Extension Top, Oanopv Torn . . , ;V
and Xjoop lrontrphaetons
Out indor Canopy Top Surreys, ' '
"Maplewood" Oanopv Top Oarts
Spider Vhaeton. . .
This Splendid Assortmont of VEHICLES Just
Arrivod " JJolon Browor" from Now York, nro
Messrs. Dole and Osgood,
whoso CARRIAGES aro so. woll known hero, that they
spoak for thomsolvos. -
FOR SALE RY
O. Brewer & Company,
my H w Queen Btreet.
. BU -
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PORT AND HOTEL STS.
' u. J; McUAimiYTf
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS". ON' HAND "
Fresh EaBtorn Oysters & Oyster
cooktails to be had af tor oaoh
rival of tho S. S. Austrulia.,
Famous Wieland Lager Beer.
ONE QOIIDON COFFEE VI
Uitml Power. A htrgaln. Apj