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Ait aooounts duo to tho Holp-
mua Publishing Company trust
bo paid at once to tho under
signed managor at his oflioe in
tho Independent office, on KekuT
anaoa Street, Honolulu,
Honolulu, May 3. 1895. tf.
J. A. MARTIN.
Agent for tho Daily
mlo, Hawaii ray 18,
FORT 'AND HOTEL STS.
Heaflprters'Eiileriirise Brawls Co,
Largost Consignment of Beer
that ovor arrived horo, now
, on Draught
J. DODD, Top'r
Aloha Bath House.
Noxt to Marino Railway, Bath
iiTg suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat Tvharf
on telephoning No. 585. Furnished
rpoms to let on tho premises,
Mrs. J. H, ReisT,
my 15-1 ;
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUOTIONEEK AND STOCK BROKEN
No. 45 Queen Street? J
Export Appraisomont of Real
Contractor and Builder
3T ESTIMATES GIVEN on All Kinds of
Stone. Ilrlck nnd Wood Work.
King street. . mj3
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Stroot, Ilonohilu, II. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
Plumber and Tin Roofer.
7,1 King Street,
Honolulu, H, I.
GUY PKAYAQE Co.
W. ?: SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adioininc H. Hackfold &
Oo., Fort street. General Carting
andDrayago Business done.
m 7 tl
Notary Public .Typewriter
OFnc e: Ove i Goldon Rulo Buzaar
(Successor to Chos.CHammor.)
King ami Tortl Streets,
Is prepared to manufacture all kinds and
grades of Harness at snort notlco
Lowest or Prices foiICnsIi.
"ADJwork Ruunintecd to be satisfactory before
leaving tUo shop
, 'S. 1,-SHAW, Proprietor,
1 . '
Oer. Kltif," and N'uuanu Streets. Honolulu
Choice LiquoiJandJFlne' Beer
BELL TELEPHONE 401.
I-I. Q. BIA.RT.
(Fprmerly with Wcnner & Co,)
Jeweler and Vat3hmtaep,
and Diamond Setting
SOUVENIR SPOONS sUvcry low prices.
t37Don't torcet tbo. number 515 Tort
fctrcct, " May IU.
MANUFACTURING JEWELER c?
KUKUI JEWELRY A SPECIALTY.'
Particular Attention paid to nil kinds
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
J. .P. R0DRIGUES,
Fort Street, Old Masonic Building, next
to L. J, Lovoy's Auction Room",
FINE GOODS, and a GOOD
GLEANING and REPAIRING
lonoin First-class stylo
By the S. S. Cly of Peking
RUSSIA WIMj NOT AUKUE.
It ia stated in St. Petersburg
that tho Russian GoTo'rnmont has
declined to ngrco to tho military
oooupntion of Coroa by tho Japanese
foroos and demands that tho
gouornmont nt Tokio recall tho
garrisons stationed thoro.
Sovon villages destroyod and
fifty livos lost aro tho roaultsof tho
rooont earthquakos in Qrooco.
Tho rovolt in Ecuador is
A United States war vessel
has been ordered to Guayaquil.
Further detailB havo been received
at Madrid of tho loss of tho
Spanish stcamor Gravina, wrecked
off Manila, Philippine- Island's,
during a typhoon, show that 1G8
persons woro drownod. Only two
of thoso on board aro boliovod to
have been saved.
FOll KILUNa A SENATOR.
Tho Supromo Court of Nevada
has rondcrod a docision sustaining
and affirming tho judgment of tho
District Court in tho caso of Mrs.
Hartley, who killed Senator Foloy
in her studio in Bono aud was
sentenced to cloven years iu tho
THE CURRENCY QUESTION.
Tho sound raoiiR' convention
which met at Memphis, Tonn.,
May 23, was a much bigger affair
in point of attendance than tho
most sanguine projectors anticipated.
Thoro wero thousands of
visitors in tho city. Socrotary
Carlisle made a striking speech
on tho opening day, in whibh ho
predicted disastrous results to the
undeveloped and progressive South,
ospesially, if tho proposition to
revolutionize tho monetary systora
of tho country should bo carried
out. lie said- tho Government
should go ontiroly out of tho
Ex-Congressman W. J. Biyan
of Nebraska nrrhod ut Aiomphis
on tho 24th and was givon a
cordial roceptlon by representative
silvor men. That night ho
would answer the speech ilohvpitd
by Secretary Calislo boforo the
Sound Money Convention. He
would compare O.ilislo's piosent
viows.on tho sihor questions and
thoso ho is tllegod to have held
At tho mocting of the
Editorial Association of
od that the Doinoointic piess of
tho State plodgo ilsolf to oppose
a'iy !( gblation looking to the freo
and unlimited coinage of bilver.
Thoro Wis ouly one negative vote.
The lttost roportls thut
Sehofield will bo a oandidato
for Pros'dont and that ho will receive
the support of tho soldiers
who served on both sides during
Joremiah O'Donovan Ro&bu, the
Irish agitator, has oomo book to
New York undor the disguising
alias of J. O'Donovan.
Hugh MoOullooh, Secretary
of tho Treasury, diod at
Washington on M.iy 23, aged 87
Tho pondor works at Pinola
Point, California, wero blown up
May 21. Fivo whito men and
fifteen Chinese wore killed. Although
tho works wero about fivo
miles from Beokoloy, oonsidorahlo
damage was dono in that town by
thoshook. Tho oxplsoion was heard
by thoso on board tho steamer
Australia sailing out of tho harbor,
and thoy reportod in this oity
that nows of a disnstor might bo
Mrs". John AY. McKay has
sailed for England.
A number of Gorman eapllaljsts
havo incorporated undor tlm title
of tho Kontucky iioet Sugar Company
with tho purpoaoof ongaglng
in tho manufaoturo of boot sugar
on nn oxlonslvo scalo. Tho company
will invost $750,000 in a
plant dosignod to have a oapaoity
of fifty touB of grunulatod sugar
ovory twenty-four hours. Tho
problotn tho German company has
to solvo is if boot sog.ir can bo
produced in this country without
bounty. Tho company will
nocossarily havo whatever protection
is afforded by tho duty on
raw sugar. Thoro is tho chauoo
also tliut tho needs of tho Government
in tho way of levonuo will
compel an inoroaso in tho duty on
'Sugar. Tho Kontuoky experiment
will bo closoly watohod in this
Stato. San Francisco Bulletin.
Tho Aloha Lodgo ball Inst
Thursday night was n grand
A largo number of Kuights,
with their ladios nnd friends,
attended and all w out homo voting
tho affair tho best ovor held on
Maui. Everything was dono by
tho members to make tho evening
onjoyablo, and tho various com-''
mittoes aio to bo congratulated
for having pleased everybody.
Musio was furnished by tho
Gleo Olub. Tho decorations
wero beautiful and tho committee
desorves groat pra'so for their
efforts. At tho head of tho hall
was a raro pieco of floral work
bearing tho inscription "Welcome"
in a half circle and underneath
"Aloha Lodge, No 3,
Knights "of Pythia-s," 'and all set
off by tho emblom of tho order.
Bluo, yellow and red flowers, tho
colors of the ordor, woro used.
Mr. E. B. Carley was the artist.
Among thoso presont wore: Mr.
& Mrs. IS. B. Carloy, Mr. & Mrs. J
W. A. McKay, Mr. & Mrs. T. S.
Dickons, Mr. & Mrs. Steuder, Mr.
& Mrs. A. Toogood, Mr. & Mrs
T. B. Lyous, Mr. & Mrs. Goo.
Oopp, Mr. it Mrs. Hardy, Mr. it
Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Anderson,
Misses Whitney, Friol, Chilling-worth,
Copp, Cummins, Jones,
Contor (2), Crooks. Mossis.
Maynard, Quill, Asher, Gardiner,
McLain, Howell, Loary,
Lyons, Ohillingworth, Esgor, O.
Ohillingworth, Wilbur (2), Moss-man,
Jeghors, Cilhus, Baldwin and
many others. '
Tho docoralion, committee had
hord work in getting sufficient
blue, yellow and red flowers for
tho Ilorol pioco, but a kind-hearted
young lady, hoaring of their
troublo, offered them all that
could bo obtained in hor golden.
Iao Valley was plucked of nil
its givon foliago to docorato Iho
hall. None was loft for the fouith
of July bill.
Tho mombors of tho Maui
Racing Association aro npt being
treated right by Honolulu hoise
mon. It has boon tho custom for
tho Muui Association to hold its
annual mooting on the 4th, and it
has uoor made any attempt to
hold rices on Juno llth. Why
cant intei.ded lth of July
races in Honolulu beheld on
some other day ?
Dr. R. I. Moore tho dentist
arrived from Hilo by tho Ilinau,
and will sponcl at loast one month
on Maui relieving
Tho brigantino Consuolo, Jacob-son
mastor, arrived on tho 25th,
ldj days from Sun Francisoo with
gonoral merohandiso for Huikn
Sugar Co., and sailed Vednosday
with 400 tons of Haiku & Paia
sugar. Mrs. P. B. Aiken went as
Tho Jonny Wand,
Olson mastor, arrived Monday, 10
days from San Francisoo with
dook load railroad tics for K. R.
R. Co., and general merohandiso
for Mabukona, Sho sailed for tho
latter port on Wednesday.
Tho schooner Anna, MoDonald
master, arrived Friday, 12 hours
from Hilo. Sao sailed today with
oargo of Haiku nnd I'nia sugar.
Tho sohoonor Glorulalo arrived
today, 17 days from San Fianoisco
with gonoral cargo for tho
Tho Lohua hag noj; been sighted
About 50 ouses aro to bo tried
at this term of tho Oirouit Oouit.
Bssoball gamo last Saturday
was immense, Tho soorp was at
any rato; West Maui H,
Poi famine still continues and
lintivo hotoakcsnro a luxury.
Tlio patiriilai8 re still infesting
tho Kula potato fiol.'j and.
avo doing considerable damago.
Juno I, WH,
O 3 o
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
O, J. MoOiimiV, Rfanngor
Popular Brands of straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND
Frosh Eastorn Oysters & Oyster
cocktails to bo lincl aftor oaoh
rival of tho S. S. Australia.
pamous Wigland Lager Beer.
I " '
Rooms and Board for a few
persons can bo had at Jlaniwai,
on tho Waikiki bonoh,
. W. S. BAutmot,
Races to Cooimonco at
10 A.M. sharp.
1st BIOYOLE RACE.
Prize, Gold Modal, valued at $20. Entrance
foe ?1.50; 1 milo dash, freo for nil.
2nd BICYCLE RACE.
Prize, Gold Modal, valued at $30. En
tranco foe $1.50; 5 milo dash, froo for nil
3rd HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
Running raco; i milo dash, froo for all.
4th -MERCHANTS PU USE $200.
Trotting and pacing to harness; 2:40 class.
Milo boats, best 3 in 5, froo for oil.
6th PONY RACE PUSE,$$100.
1 milo dash, for nil Ponios 14 hands or
under (Will bo run botweon heats of
No. 4 )
CHALLENGE CUP, $250 addod.
Running race; 1 milo dash, froo for all.
Winner of Cup to bont record of ngio A
(1.45J) and recoivo $50 extra.
Trotting and pacing to Harness. Milo
boats, best 8 in 5, freo for all.
8th OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S CUP, $150 addod.
Running raco, -J mile dasli, Hawaiian
'9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE, $150.
Running raco; 1 milo dash for Hawaiian
brod horses owned by mombors of tho'Club
Winner of Cup to rocovio $10Q in liou of
Cup becomes the property of person winning
it twico. Should tho person who has won it
onco and again this meotiug, ho will recoivo in
liou of Cup. $100. together with $150 addod.
Winnor of Cup first time will recoivo $1,50 and
credit for one raoe.
10th HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB PURSE.
2:50 class, milo heaU best 2 in 3, froo for all.
llth PRESIDENT WIDEMANN'S CUP, $150
Running race, 1 milo dash, froi for all.
All ontrios aro to bo mado with tho Secretary
boforo Thursday, Juno Gth, 1895. Entranco fees
to bo 10 por cont. of Purso, unless otherwiso
All rices to ba run or under tho rulos
of tho Hawaiian Jookoy Club,
All horses aro oxpoctod to start unless withdrawn
by 9 o'clock A, m. on Juno 10th, 1895.
Goneral Admission 50 conta.
Graud Stand (Extra) 50 conts and 1 dollar"
Carriages (insido of courso) oaoh $2.50
Quarter Stretch badges 5.00
-S. G, WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
A Furnished Ilouso is to be Lot
or loased at Waikiki beach, a few
minutes' walk from tho tramcar.
It has a cook house, bath liou Id
and good sea bathing. Househoos
utciib Is and dishes aro all como
ploto. Rooms may bo lot with
bathing privilogos, if tho whoh
piomises aio not taken.
nave other housos in town and
suburbs to let, furnished and
Also, Building Lots for sale.
Inquire- of David Dayton,
my 13 42 Morchant stroot
otnething New !
Onnmis can bo placed with
II. E. McINTYRE & BRO., for
from John, F. Oolburn's Pond,
& dohvory made on Wednesdays
and Saturduys of each wooic.
Try thorn, thoy oxcol the
J. I-I. BOYD
Oilers for SALE at his Rcsidonco
on Waikiki road, opp. Sunny
South, a choice lot of
Plants & Palms
-Central Weat Market
Jjove'a Building, Nuuanu St.
A TIltST ODABS Jlai'lsot iu overy
Onleru ilellvoiod rroroiitly to nil parts of
VESTBROOKit QAKES ,
WING TV0 TAI k CO
No 25 Nnnnun Stroot
Honolulu, II, I,
Comuiissiou Moohaut. Imnoitors nucl
in Geuornl 'MoroliniHllse. fin'o Mani
la Cignrn, Ohiuoso ni)ci .fapanosp Qroolcery:
wuiu, iuiuiiugn. vnaou 01 im.uuius, viuf
p .orwood 'l'i units, llnttin 01ni)i, A lino,
ussoitmont of Dross Silks. ohoiroHt Brands1'
of OhlncBo ntid Jnpaucse Tens of Latest Im-
ftT Insnoctiou of Now Goods icaooot
Bell Tel. 200, P.O. Box '168