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liOitAIi ANJJ OENEKA.L NKWB
The Aineriean League will mutt
on Monday orouing,
A nice front, room is for rout at'
No, 9 Garden Lnnii.
Ohlldreua trimmed liatn aro utill
nelliug for T.O conts at N. S. Sachs.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom May gave a
danco at thoir rosidnnco last nltflit.
Join our Suit Olub, $1 per week
Medeiros & Docker, Hotel street. '
Attorney A. G. Correa hasi moved
his office to Kaahumauu Street,
Thoro will bo a boxing exhibition
at tho Briatol Pavilion to-morrow
The family of tho lato Johu T.
Cunningham has a card of thanks
in this iesuo.
Now lot of choice pattorns in
figured organdy mualin, just received
at N. S. Sachs.
Tho woddiug of Dr. Goo. H. Roid
and Miss Borniue Halstuad will take
place on Tuesday next.
Mr. N. S. Sachs is expected homo
from San Frauoisco by tho
due horo on next week.
Dr. Kobayashi, ono of tho loading
surgeons of tho town, loft by the
Ooptio yesterday, on a visit to his
Better toll your patrous to call
quick if they oxpoot to got oue of
thoso choice lots at Kapahulu as
they are colliug fast.
Tho last serios of thegnmtis in tho
pool torunameut will bo played on
Tuesday night. Pryce is throe
games in tho lead.
Tho Archer will receive 180 tons
of tho Nooau sugar to arrive to
to-morrow morning. Captain
Calhoun hopes to get away for
'Frisco about noon on Sunday.
Tho Senators mot at 9 o'clock this
morning and saw the engrossed copy
of their ratification of tho annexation
treaty signed. The public took
no intorost in tho "hintario" evout.
Don't forget tho boat raees at
Pearl Ilarbor tomorrow afternoon.
Trains will leave Honolulu at 1:15
and at 8:15 p. m. The trains will
turn to Honolulu immediately after
On September at Kaiopihi,
North Kohab, tho wifo of C. K.
gave birth to triplets, all girls.
Tho mother and tho three graces
wore all in good health when the
Kinnu left. Good for Kohala.
The legimental drill at tho
basoball grounds were vory
and tho evolution of tho
mon showed to good advantage
A largo number of people witnossod
tho drill. Tho band was in attendance,
The O. R. & L. Go. gives a notico
in this issue that passes and excursion
tickets will not bo honored on
tho 1:15 and 3:15 trains tomorrow
afternoon owing to t,ho arrangements
made with tho Hawaiian
Tho following passengers left on
Kinau to-day for Maui and Hawaii:
Judge Lyman, H P Baldwin, F
Northrup, H L Holstem, Judge L
Wilcox, wife and servant, Mrs
Mrs James Campboll and
family, W Y Horner.
Tho Keau Hou arrived today
from Kauai ports with tho following
uotablo in tho cabin : W. A.
A. S. Wiloox and A. G. M.
Robertson. There wero G deck passengers,
and a cargo of 3679 bags of
Lihuo Plantation and Hauamaulu
sugar for the schooner Aloha.
1 Mr. S. E. P. Taolor, stroke of tho
Leilani Senior, it is said, will "cut
out things" for his competitors in
tho championship raco to-morrow
over tho Poniusula course. The Independent
would like to see tho gallant
Australian oarsman and his
oraw first at the finish. But our
dickey bird ohirps it will bo Myrtles.
Judge F. 0. Poterson prosided in
tho District Court this morning for
tho first timo. Tho young
knowlodgo of the customs and
habits of tho different races of tho
country, and his familiarity with
the Hawaiian languago will greatly
help him in tho responsible task,
uudertaning by him. A fow
oases wore triod this morning.
By the Koau Hon, nows wero
from Nawiliwili, that the jury
had acquitted Mr. Woltors, a luna of
the Lihuo plantation who was
charged with manslaughter in tho
2nd dogroo. Woltors shot and killed
a Chinese laborer in
some months ago. A. G. M. Robertson
prosecuted the oase, and Rosa
and Kinney appeared for tho defendant.
JPuplW In Hltfh School Must Learn
Gorman o- Frond
Tim regular mooting of tho Board
of Eduuation took place yesterday
Tho appoint inout of George W.
Smith to bo a member of tho Board
was announced and ho was duly
Mr. Towntond gave notice of tho
resignation of Mr. J. L. Dumas from
tho Normal Sohool, and of MrB.
Dumas from tho Practice Sohool,
aud auuounced, that ho had appointed
Mr. Edgar Wood and Mrs.
A. H. Turner to fill tho vacant positions,
subject to tho approval of
Tho Board adopted tho suggestions
of Mr. Scott of tho High
Sohool to appoint auother toaohor
to the Grammar grados of tho
school, aud to make thn studying of
French or Gorman compulsory on
tho pupils. Mis? Cartwright and
Mis? Boergli wore appoinotd to fill
the uew positions respectively.
A desultory discussion aroso
among the pedagogues in rogprd to
tho principle of homo work of pupils
in rrgaru to lessons. Minister
Cooper spoke feelingly on tho question
which eventually waB dropped.
At 1:30 I lie Board adjouruod.
Bacl: tho Winners.
The boat racos at Pearl Harbor
to-morrow afternoon will be very
interesting and the two events will
bo for "blood." A largo crowd of
people will take advantago of the
special trains and most of tho stores
will be closed during tho afternoon.
The Riilroad Company has had a
largo force of mon cloaning up tho
peninsula and placing benches for
tho convonionco of tho public. The
Rowing Association has als'o received
courtesies and assistance from
Gptaiu NoIhou of the U. S. S.
aud others who desire to
see a good day's sport.
Tho officials aro C. B. Wilson,
Win. Moluerny and H. M. Whitney,
Jr. Tho racos will start at -1:15 p.m.
sharp when tho following crows will
appear and bask in the smiles of
their fair friends carrying their respective
Senior Crew F B Damon, weight
140, bow; II William?, 110, No. 2(
James Spencer, 150, .No. 3; J W
Lloyd, M5, stroke; N Lansing, coxswain.
Junior Crow R W Atkinson, 155,
bow; John Watorhoujo, ICO, No. 2;
C 0 Rhodes, 155, No. 3; 0 H Tracy,
150, stroke; N Lansing, coxswain.
SoniorCrow SEPTaylor, stroke;
J Kalouiauaolh, No. 3; J Lauo, No.
2; Chris Willis, bow; Ollio Lucae,
Junior Crew D Kawauanakoa,
stroke; William Koaloha, No. 3; J
Conradt, No. 2; Sam Woods, bow;
Ollio Lucas, coxswain.
Senior Crew O Sorenson, woight
128, stroke; L Scott, M5, No. 3; P
Lishmau, 150, No. 2; W Orozier, 150,
bow; A A Wilder, ooxswaiu.
Junior Crow W Lyle, weight 110,
stroke; W Damon, 130, No. 3; Ohas
Orano, 110, No. 2; Sam Johnson, 153,
bow; A A Wilder, coxswain.
Onrd of Thanks.
Tile widow, molhor and family of
tho lato John T. Cunningham dosiro
to expross their heartfelt thanks to
tho many friends who showod their
sympathy during tho illness and
doath of tho deceasod; aud to thoso
who contributed tho beautiful floral
offerings at the last sad rites.
Kinakaole At the Kapiolani
Maternity Homo, Sept. 10th, 1897,
to tho wifo of J. Kauakaolo, a
Ring up 811, if you hava anything
to say to Tnu Independent.
Niooly furnished rooms to lot on
Liliha Street, opposite Kuakiui
Tho Favorite has becomo the
favorito rosort iu town. W. M.
carries an excellent stock
of liquors and beers, Attention is
called to cortaiu brands which will
be of speoial value to sportsmen
during tho gatno boosoii. as thoy
causo a stoady aim and straight
1 Bhooting. '
UttlTISH VIEWS OV HAWAII
Vnluo of tho lalandB to a Gront Boa
Power -A Domand for Firmness
on tho Part of tho British Ministry.
London, Juno 17.--Tho Pall Mall
Gazetto thin afternoon, commonling
on the interview had yesterday iu
Paris with Marquis Ito, iu which
tho Japanese statesman said that
Japan would not oreato international
difficulties iu connection with
Hawaii, aud that cortainly no other
country would objoot to its annexation
by tho United Statos, remarks:
"President MoKinloy may call annexation
merely a continuance of
existing rolations; but it is nu undoubted
departure, in the colonizing
sense. It does not mean that Cuba
will follow, or anything of that kind
but it means a strong naval policy.
The United States will certainly be a
great sea power in the future, her
commerce and soaboard necessitate
that and Hawaii will be of tho
value if it moans naval expenditure
now, and it may well repay it
with compound interest in the
The Globo Bays: "This American
grab U a breach of good faith, if
not a violatiou of treaty rights, and
thoro is all tho more reason for
anticipating a prompt aud watchful
attitude upon tho part of Lord
Salisbury now, whoa it is
what a llabby appearance England
presented to a contemptuous
world in the case of Venezuola. No
English ministry, however strong,
can afford to repeat that policy
often. All Englishmen htiartily de-Biro
to cultivalo and maintain
friondly relations with the United
Statos, but our transatlantic
must not bo allowed to boliove
that Eugland can be bullied into
submitting to any kiud of off-hand
treatment, whether for electioneering
or other purposes. Lord Salisbury
aud his colloagues should
stiffen their backs and tell President
McKinley politely, but plainly, that
Great Britain claims tho right to be
consulted bofore the annexation of
Hawaii is finally docided upon."
Subsoribo for Tun Independent, 50
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"Historical Truths" may be had
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considered largo enough for all
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;x S THE HAWAIIAN ROWING
Association will receive a percentage
of tho gross receipts, the
O. R. & L Co. will not honor any
passes on tho 1:15 or 3:15 p. m. trains,
excopt those issued by the Regatta
Tioketa for the Boat Racos will bo
good on auy train on that doto.
The regular Saturdo3' to Monday
Excursion Tiokots to Pearl City will
not be on aalo Saturday, Sept. 11,
1897. GEO. P. DEN1SON,
Supt. O. R. & L. Co.
Choice Building Lots!
$i CASH $1 A WEEK
Near ICnpiolaul 1'ark.
ta Call and toloet your Lot nt once.
Only 100 for nulo ut this prl"e.
S. W. PHILLIPS.
OMco W. 0. Achi .fe (Jo , King Street.
l'UOTOaUAl'H CO., Iitil., is opon for
business. Portraits of every description
upon tho best Papers, l'lntinnm, Iilulum,
Mezzo-tint, Carbon, nml all other papers
known in Photography. Host work
nl modorato prices.
OAHINKTS from SIX DOLLAUS per
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AppolutinoutH Hindu by Telephone 102.
Solo proprietors of Ihe and
Iridium Processos. l.nrgo collection of
Specimens can bo seon on tho Kround
Corner i'orl niul Uulul Bts,
INSURANCE COMPANY OF FORTH AMERICA.
Of Philadelphia, l'n.
Founded, 1793 Cash Capital, 8,000,000
Oldeat Firo Company tn the United States.
Losses paid since organization over - - 90,000,000.
MJSW ZEALAND IfilSURilKCB COMPANY.
(FIRE AND MARINE)
Established, ISfiO Capital 5,000,000.
ItiBurnuco effected on Buildings, Good?, Ship, and Merchandise
jfflP" For lowest rales apply to
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
MANY BEERS 11 AMERICA !!
Good. Bad and Indifferent.
H a.s Proven Its Superiority.
Noah's Certificate is Nov, Weeded for the Best.
Consumers Are the Judges.
Is World Wenowned, Holds Its Own, and Don't You
Maefarlane & Co., Ltd.,
Is acknowledged the
superior oi' all Ice
made. It is constructed
on scientific principles aud is
a guaranteed ice saver a
quality not found in every refrigerator
or ice box.
Ours are tho Grurncy clean-able,
and tho price ranges
from 7.50 to 100; and wo
make the terms so reasonable,
that anyone can buy one.
You can have an ice box by
paying $1.25 per month for
six months. Or we will sell
it to you for $7.50 less 5 per
AVe give the same excellent
opportunities to purchasers of
refrigerators. There is no
reason why you should allow
your meat and butler to spoil
for the want of a suitable refrigerator,
when you have
your own time in which
to pay for it.
Our styles aro the very
latest. A whole car load
came down on the Transit
and every ono is a new and
You never saw such handsome
furniture at the pi ice.
Von Holt Blook.
SKPTKMUKH 1TH, DK II. V.
MUKHAY will leave Honolulu for a
three wuoks vacation. I)r. A. Sineliiir w ill
tako chnrRO of his local prnotico, and Mr.
H, Herbert will attend to all business mat-
Honolulu, Sept, U, l!'J7,
IS CttXlLrZ 03STH1
There are three brands of
Jains and Jellies known to be
absolutely pure. Crosse &
Blackwells, Morton's and
Code, Elfelt & Co.
pure food crusade in California
the goods of the latter
passed every . inspection and
now come out of the factory
specially stamped ' 'Pure
Food."' Wo have a complete
stock of these goods and offer
them to the public at very low
Our grocery department is
full to tho brim with reliabl
goods and our prices aro low
enough as to draw commenc
from other dealers. Wc buy
for cash in quantities to suit
the demand and consequently
thoy aro always fresh.
Wo handle tho celebrated
Albeit boneless sardines and
the Palace brand of sliced
bacon, two articles for the
table that are unexcelled.
Wo carry a full lino of table
delicacies, English and American
and promptly fill orders.
Prompt delivery in all cases
whether in person or by telephone
and careful attention
paid to the selection of goods.
J. T. Waterhouse.
Horse or Dog
Call on A. U. KOWAT, D, V. S.
GCU Olllc.OInK'8table, t(