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Vol.1. No. 7. Honolulu, H..I. Friday, May 31, 1895. 5 Ots
ISSUED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT
Tjje Iqdependcqfs Aftooi&ision .
Corner Alien Kekirauaoa Street near
'Custom House Ilonolnlu, II. I.
DANIEL LOQAN, Editor.
Hssiding on Alakea Strcol hi Ilonolnlu.
For month $ 75
Per .1 montliB in ndvanco .2 00
Ferl year in advanco 8 00
Tho paper 5s dcllvoroil by etnriers In tho
town and suburbs.
Advcrtlsemonti published nt reasonable
rates. Spcolal terms for early and hall
The underslgcod has hi
former business ob
u CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
and is now, rer 4y to recoivo all orders in
Estimates ou New Buildings or on Job
promptly made. Anybody desiring to build
n jinvr IIouso or to ropairwan old, will do
woll in calling around nnd gottiug figures.
All work will bo dono in tho most
mannor. Numerous references as
o tho quality of work done in tho pa3t'.
II. F. BtRTELMANN,
88 KiueSstroot, Honolulu.
Honolulu Ifloq Wori$
BOILERS, COOLERS, BRASS
and LEAD CASTINGS,
and MncLiinory of oyory description
mudo to order.
Particular uttontion paid to
Ships' Blacks mithing.
Job Work executed on the
, my8 Ira
' iotol . - and Nuuanu Sts.
L'TO., KTO., - m'Q.
W. W. WRIGHT, FllOPKIBTOR
, (Successor to G. West).
PARRIAOE nCILDING.AHD nEPAIRINO.
J AH Orders from tuelOlher Islamls'ln tho
Carriage llulhllng, Trimming and Painting
Lino will. Meet with Prompt Attention.
Si Blacksmltlilng in All Its Various 'Branches
-" Dono. V, 0. Box 821. Nob. K8 and 180
S S Monowni, Carey, from San
Stmr Jas Mnkoo, Potorson , from
Knpaa. ' ' '
From tho Colonies per S S
May 30: Hon Andloy
Cooto, M L 0, Mr Hnrt, Mr & Mrs
Goo Rand, Mr & Mrs MoDongall,
E H Bilker, Frod Rayncr, eibin,
Goo Lunnon, steorago, and 49
cabin and 51 steorago in transit.
Thursday, May 3d.
SS Mouowai, Ouroy, for San
Stmr Kilauea Hou, Weir, for
Maui and Hawaii.
Stmr. J. A. 'Cummins, Noilson,
Per SS Monowai: J 0 Edwards.
Rev J B Kin, Dr Jamo3 II Yatos,.
J no F Nugent, W C Poacook, wifo
fc daughter, F S Jas A
Lylo, wife & child and 1G stocrngo.
VESSELS LEAVING TODAY.
Stmv. W G Hall, Simorson, for
Maui, and Hawaii at 10 a.m.
Plants for -Sale
J. I-I. BOYD
Offers for SALE at his Residence
on "Wnikiki Sunny
South, a oh owe Jot of
Plants 8c Palms
Kinau fctrcot near Punchbowl
Ifonolulu, Hawaiian i Islands
P'nncipal PaHs of tlio World,
Transact a Genera) Banking,
BRUCE WAR1NM Co.
leal Estate Dealers
COSlFprtst. , near King
BUILDING LOTS, -HOUSES
vrnd LANDS FOR SALE
Portion wishing tp dsposo of
tlioir proportios, aro invited to
cull on us.
Delivered lay Hon. L. A.
Thurston at XTuuanu
Memorial Day, Honolulu,
May 30, 1895.
Mr. Thurston said:
The lifo of a nation is composed
of long years of oommon placo
detail; of providing tho moana
of oxistonoo; of that which
is honorablo and condueivo to
matorial prosperity, but not particularly
productive of public
spirit and patriotism, But'thore
stand out, liko headlands rising
from tho sea, ovents in tho history
of every country which forco it
out of the doadoning groovo of
daily oxistonoo and lift it above
the level of tho common placp,
Events which stir tho" blood, con
contrate thought and action i;nd
leave their impress graven deep'
upon tho" history of tho nation, of
tho individuals composing it and
of tho world,
Of such a character was that
groatost evont of tho 19th century,
''tho tear for tho Union."
For nearly a generation tho
oneigies of tho nation had boen
concentrated upon the commercial
development of tho country. Tho
growing sectional differences had
driftod along through varying
phases of conflict and compromise,
without radical chango one way
or tho other. As is usual, tho
radioal party was concentrated in
council and aggressive in action:
'whMl8"tntt"do'nsorvhtIveB were divided
and undecided- Tho bold
and dotorminod policy and tho
rapid and dooisivo action of tho
leadors of the South wore viowed
by tho North with bewildered
Burpriso and disbelief in tho possibility
roally meant tho dismembermont
of the Union, while Northorn
sontimont was divided and councils
Then camo tho event which up
to that time hnd seomed an impossibility.
Tho descendants of
those who for long and weary
years had fought, suffered and
"died, to put tha stars into tho
ensign of freodom, turned
hands in auger against tho omblom
of liberty and u lion - and tho
porjod of uncertainty was ondod.
Tho stoiy of Sumtler will bo 8
househqld talo whtn many of tho
dooisivo battlos of hjst)ry havo
passed into oblivion, for it was
tho opening act of the mightiost
tragedy of tho ages.
Tho issue of tho giant confliat
involved not only the honor of tho
flag, tho'uuity of the nation, the
freodom of tho millions of slaveB
in tho Southorn States; but it
involved tho oauso of freodom
and liberty and progross, and advancement
govmnraont throughout tho world.
It is impossible to eoncoivo of
tho limits ot tho disaster to, tho
human raco had tho groat rebellion
Tho sound ol tho guns which
laid Sumter in ruins, reached but
afewmiloH and a fo? oars; but
tho knowlodgo of what had
happened rolled Out noross,iho
oountry in Uiundortnnos which
roaohod every hamlet ond ovory
oitlzon within tho bounds of tho
Union, produoing such a
snob au obliteration of
party difforoncos such unanimity!
of spirit, such o spontaneous uprising
in support of principle as
tho world W'vor saw beforo nnd
may never soo again. Principle
that is the distinguishing foaturo
of the groat confliot.
(Continued on the Fourth Page)
FOKEtUN VESSELS IN PORT.
SS Australia, Itondtctto San Francisco
Ilk Martha-Davis, Soulc,
U 8 F S Philadelphia Cotton Han Francisco
Sch Norma Claxton 1) C
Ilk Sumatra Horry Hllo
Sch Transit, Jorgenscn San Francisco
IlkCorjphcno Nowcnstlo N.S.W.
Ilk AldcnBusso Potter Fort Rlakcly
Bktn 8 N Caatlo Hubbard SanFrancsco
" Morning Star Garland Ruk
Bch Robert Lewcrs Goodman San Franolsc
Hchr Alice Cooko Fenhallow San Fran
Schr Robort Bcarlca Pugel Sound.
Bk Arclicr 'Calhoun '
" WIIDlm6nd NlUon SanFraUclsco
Ship Helen Brewer Mabanoy Now-York
Am bk 8 0- Allen Thompson San Fran
" Modoo Ranch Newcastle
chr Carrier Dovo Brandt Newcastle
Bk C D "
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Edward tMay New York March 10
8 8 SllowcrOj , Vancouver May 21
'- Australia Sin Francisco " 27
" Arawo Sydney m ii 23
Am bk Annie Johnson, for IIIlo
Bk Jfartha Davis "
Sch Jonnto yand Mahukona
STEAMER TIME TABLE
DUE AT HONOLULU.
, J, FROM
China ' 5 China and Japan.,.. May DO
Miowera Vnncouvor May 24
Australia ( San Francisco May 27
Arawa Colonies May 20
Warrlmoo ' Colonies Juno 1
City Peking Han Francisco Juno !
Mariposa U an Francisco Juno 0
Coptio j ' China nnd Japan . . . .Juno 17
Australia San Francisco Juno 21
Wiirrimoo Vnncouvor Juno 21
Alamoda Colonies Jnno 27
Miowera Colonies July 2
Arawa Ban Francisco July 4
Coptio San Francisco July 10
Australia K.San Francisco July IS
City Peking umnaanu oapan.. .uniy 1
Miowora Vancouver July 21
MaripoM 0Ioniea July 25
DEPART FROM HONOLULU
China San Francisco May 20
Miowora Colonios .May 21
Arawa Sou Francisco...... May 30
Warrimoo Vanoouvor Juno 1
City Poking China and Japan.. Juno 1
Australia San Francisco ,:. Juno S
Mariposa Colonies Juno 0
Coptio Snu rrancisco .... Juno 17
Australia 8an.rrancisco .... Juno 21
Warrimoo Colonics. . . .' Juno 24
-Alameda San Francisco Tuna 27
Miowora Vanoouvor July 2
Arawa Colonies July 4
Coptio China and Japan. , July 10
Uity raking Han 1 raucisco .... July 17
Australia San Francisco .... July 20.
Miowera 0 lonios July 2
Mariposa San Francisco July 25
LAND FOR SALE.
TWO AOBES IN TEG SIMPLE at
Kapaakoa, 3 miles from town, just at the
rise of Kamoililli hill in closo proximity to
John Ena's underground lako.
Splendid site for a Suburban residence.
Tor particulars, inquiro of F. J. TESTA,
327, King Street. May 25th. tf
SEARCHER OP RECORDS. COLLECTOR.
Translator In English and Hawaiian, Keru
Esta(o Agent, Uopylsl, Typewriter. Stamp
Dealer, Purchasing, Commission and Advertising
Agent, etc, etc,,
3T Any business entrusted to him wll
bo punctually tnd promptly attended to, as
ql, as all mattira Lonlldontlal. Hawaiian
collection d speciality.
1127. Klnc St.. tho former
nrlvato olllea of E. 11. Thomas. tiio omco or
the native nowsnapcr KA MAKAAINANA Is
lntlioolllco In the rtar under tho samo root
WING WO' TAI & C0
No 25 Nuuanu Stroet
Honolulu, II. I.
Commission Moohant, Importora and
In Qenoral Merchandise fino Mani
la dlgars, Chinese, ana
Mattings. Vasos of all uinds, 0 un
nuarwood Trunks, Itattn OhiMrs. A fino
assortment ot Press Silks, ohoicost Brands
ot Chinese and Japanese Teas ot Latest Importation.
IQSF" Inspection of New Goods 'rcaoect
Bell Tel, SOU, P.O. Box 158
For SAN FRANCISCO;
Tho New and Flno Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will be
duo at Honolulu from Sydnoy and Auckland
on or about
And will lcavo for tho abovo port with Malls
and Passengers on or about that dato.
For SYDNEY and AUCKLAND:
Tho New and Flue Al Stcol Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Seamshlp Company will be
duo at Honolulu from San Francisco on Or
And will havo prompt despatch with Mails
ana i'assengers for tbe above ports.
TUo undersigned are noiy prepared
Through Tickets to all Points m the United Stajes
For further particulars regarding Freight or
Passage apply to
M, G. IRWIN & CQ. Ltd.
" Gdnoidl AgoKte(
my 13 tf - '
Oceanic Steamship' Co.
Local ILine ,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrlvo Honolulu Lcavo Honolulu
from S. F.' for S. F.
Mny.27 Juno 3
June 21 Jnno 24
July 15 July20
Aug. 9 .'. . Aug. 14
Sopt 2 Sopt.7
Bopt '30 Oot 2
Oct 21 ,...Oci27
' Nov 15. ,.Nov20
From San rrancisco From Sydney for
for Byduoy. San rranoisco.
AIlllIVJS HONOLULU LEAVE HANOLULU
M ariposa ,, ... June 0 I Arawa May 3o
Arawi July 1 1 Alameda, '..June 27
Alamoda Aug. 1 1 Mariposa.. ..July 25
Mariposa Aug, 2 I Arawa Aug. 22
Arawa Sept. 20 I Alamoda'. . .Sept. 10
Alameda: Oct. 24 Mariposa. .Oct. 17
por pan Francisco
TIIE Al STEAMSHIP
Will LEAVE Honolulu fpr tho
abovo port on
Monday? Juno 3rd.
at 4 o'olook p.m.
Tho undorsignod nro now pro-
fmrod to issuo Thrpugh Tiokot's
rom this City to allppints jn tlio
Unitod Stittos , ,
' For furtlior partioalurs regarding
froight or pussngo. apply to
WM. G. IRWTN & CO. Ld.
! Gonornl Agonts.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
Groceries, - Provisions t&. Feed
; . Now OoodirlloeelTOd by Every Paoket fram tho! EaStcm States'nnd Etiropo.'
All Orders faithfally attended
Part of tho
EAST CORNER FORT
Qeitsiw A.qeHT FQ tH HawA" )Ki
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OP LONDON
AND DEALERS IN
to and Goods 'Delivered to any
AND, KINO STREK
GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OFLONDON
GENERAL INSURANCE CO
INS; CO., MILWAUKEE, '
J3LOCK' Hqnolula, H. I
MEDICINE FOR n .
Sheep, Pigs; jyOQ:s
Ranches wlti.m, n., . . i
Ono teta " not euro all dhenses
ot Dr,. Pottle's celebrated Australian Rcnudy
ALL ANOE MARINE &
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY,
WILHBLMA OF MAGDEBURG
NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE
TAKEN Al REASONABLE
Rooms 12- SPRE0KBL8
A neccsVary tiling for Plantatlonsnd
nemedy tbat is e.lly and readily administered
other patent medicines claim to do.
O. W. Maciarlane,
i Solo Agent for tbo Hawaiian Islands
For full particulars In regard to ilie virtues
P.O. Box 480.
The Cheapest Place
on the Islands to
Buy New & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
P. 0. DOX US
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