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NEWS IN A NUTSIIULI-
"CUBA WILL BE FREE."
1895 Cleveland bicycles, simply
Miss Cahill will make a railinary
display at Dia Nippon store.
REBELS REJECT 1T.ACU OVEttTUltnS
AND MAKE HOLD Til III! ATS.
There will be no Christian
deavor Social Friday evening.
They If ata Large llodlrsof Infantry mid
Cavalry War Can tie Carried On
For Ten Years.
Highest cash price paid for Ha
waiian stamps. C. V. Sturdkvant.
The band will furnish several
choice airs at Huinia Square this
Mall received by the Miowera
aggregated 1245 letters and 1575
The Waianae extension of the
Oahu Railway will be completed in
June. So say all.
The American League will hold
an important business meeting at
7:30 this evening.
A big grass fire in the neighbor
hood of Waikane caused some
uneasiness Saturday night.
Honolulu and Punahou foot
ballers will roll each other in the
dust next Saturday afternoon.
The average time consumed by
Rev. Mr. Birnie in his Sunday dis
courses is about twenty-two min
utes. The California and Hawaiian
Fruit and produce Company has a
place in the "new ads" column to
day. Harry Saylor has greatly im
proved the tables in his "exclu
sive" billiard parlor, Hawaiian
In the runaway accident C.
Sterling was thrown out of the
brake and severely bruised on the
Jas. F. Morgan offers for rent a
very desirable cottage on Bere
tania between . Punchbowl and
Steps to have a billiard toura
ment during the visit of the Cham
pions from New York are now well
Sam Levey made several fine
catches in the cricket match be
tween the Houolulus and Nymphs
London, March 14. The Central
News correspondent in Madrid says:
Private cipher telegrams from Cuba
do not confirm the official state
ment that the rebellion has been
Tampa, Fla., March 14. When
the Olivette arrived this evening
from Havana, a rush was made for
the passengers in search of Cuban
revolutionary news. A Cuban,
who has come on an important mis
sion, stated tliat the Provisional
Government had been organized
and that General Marti had
been made Provisional Presi
dent. General Gomez was
made General-in-Chief. The revo
lutionary army as now organized,
consists of 5,000 infantry and 3,000
cavalry. .The Cubans are armed
with machettes and rifles, while the
Spanish forces are armed with
rifles and the old-style sword which
is very clumsy.
Last Saturday a peace commis
sion in behalf of the Government
visited Munsilla, and conferred
with the insurgent commander,
General Maso, with a view to in
ducing that officer and his com
mand to lay down their arms and
take the oath of allegiance to the
Government, in which case they
would be granted pardon. They re
turned unsuccessful and thoroughly
disgusted. General Maso received
them courteously, listened to their
arguments and granted them an
hour in which to leave camp or else
suffer the penalty of being shot.
Cuba will be free from bpamsn
misrule," said General Maso, "for
war will endure ten years or longer
A place to spend a few quiet hours is
the Ilanlwai Baths. Wuikiki cars pass
"I shall be pleased, etc."
been received from nearly all
sons invited to Company
If you want to buy, sell or ex
chance stamps, tro to JohnT. Brown,
No. a. Masonic Temple, Alakea
street. Box 441.
The big furniture, lamp, picture
and chmaware sale advertised
several days takes place at Levey's
at 10 in the morning.
Miss Caiiill has at last secured
a location, and will open her Mill
nery as soon as poisible in the Dal
Nippon, Hotel street.
Persons indebted to Mederios &
Co. over three months must settle
by April 1st or same will be placed
in- hands of a bollector.
A s?le of fifty barrels of fine red
salmon ex Miowera, will beheld by
Jas. F. Morgan at his salesroom at
10 o clock tomorrow morning.
The telephone lines to Oahu
points have been greatly improved.
Waianae, Ewa, etc., may be heard
as clearly as points in-the city.
Fine stock of Easter bonnets and
hats at Mrs. Hanna's on Fort
street, imported direct from the
East, call and see for yourself.
Fine pleasure boats for ladies
and treutleinen at the new Hawa
iian Boat House, foot of Richard
street. Moonlight boating parties,
The Honolulu Cricket Club is
sadly in need of practice especially
at battimr. which proved to be
their weakest point in Saturday's
All members of D Company will
bring full accounterments including
arms to the Hieh Jinks next Wed
nesday eveuine and oblige the
The euEaKemeut of George H,
Fairchild, late manager of the
Makee Sugar Company, to Miss
E. K. Cummins of Honolulu is
when you want fine watch re-
pairing done or jewelry made, go to
Mr, Biart's long experience is
guarantee of good workmanship.
Telephone 245 will secure you
prompt attention. Furniture inov
ed, baggage or freight hauled to
and from steamers. Trunks or
packages sent to Larsen's express
from other islands will be delivered
Lawyer John Lota Kaulukou is
at home again.
J. M. Vivas returned from Kauai
by the Mikahala.
Chris Willis returned from Vic
toria by the Miowera.
Dr. T. Allen, Government phy
sician Hana, is in the city.
General Churchill arrived in the
city from Kauai Sunday morning.
Ira Van Camp returned from a
business trip to Kauai by the Mika
Misses B. and K. Cornwell arriv
ed from Maui by the Claudiue
A. S. Feek, son of the Railway
Contractor, arrived from Seattle
yesterday by the Miowera.
Miss Helen Wilder and the
Misses Kitchen returned home Sun
day after spending several weeks
The Philadelphia base ball team
was defeated with ease by the Ka-
mehameha nine on Saturday. There
was quite an attendance and the
cadet band played well.
The schedule for the league series
between the Stars, Athletics and
Unknowns has been arranged. The
first game will be April 20, Athlet
ics vs. Unknowns. ineti every
Saturday to August 10.
Henry Clay and Bock & Co. Factory,
HOI.LISTER & CO.'S.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
MOII OV MINERS.
MUST PAY $250,000,000.
INDEMNITY THAT JAPAN WILL
roltOL CHINA TO PUT UP.
Other Peace Conditions To Cede For
mosa Corea Two Great Naval
Washington City, March 12.
As a result of the negotiations be
tween Minister Dun in Japan and
Minister Dmby in China, the terms
of the peace about to be concluded
between China and Japan are now
kiiowu with little short of exact
ness. As understood in official cir
cles they are as follows:
One The treaty between Japan
and China has' ceased to exist by
reason of the war, but on the re
newal of peace, the new treaty will
grant Japan extra territorial juris
diction over China, but the latter
country will surrender the extra
territorial jurisdiction formerly held
Two There will be no exten
sion of Japanese territory on the
mainland of Asia, but the island of
I'ormosa, a Chinese possession ly
ing off the coast will be permanent
ly ceded to Japan.
three I he Japanese will by
treaty be granted the right to con
tinue the occupation of Port
Arthur and Waihaiwei, the two
great naval stations leading to the
Gulf of Pechili, for a term of years.
pour The claims of China that
Corea is a dependency of hers shall
be lorever relinquished, and Corea
shall henceforth be independent.
1'ive I he cash indemnity to be
paid by China will not exceed
250,000,000 in gold.
Tlie Latest American Novelty,
We have secured the services, of
Shaw, the lightening gold wire
artist, who opened in our window
Friday morninir, March 22. Breast
pins and bracelets of the latest de
sign made to order while you wait.
A breast pin made 111 three minutes.
See this novelty and do not forget
our new line of goods. Temple of
Fashion, M. G. Suva, proprietor.
WAlt IN SAMOA.
Resort to Worst Violence Against
Dhnvkr, Colo., March 15. Nine
Italians have been shot to death in
the Walsenberg vicinity by miners
This was done to a trengc the death
of a bartender wl ,0 was beaten by
Italians. Seven Df the prisoners
were murdered on the road and two
An international complication
That Tired Feeling
Is a dangerous condition directly duo to de
pleted or impure blood. It should not be
allowed to continue, as In its debility the sys
torn is especially liable to serious attacks of
illness. Hood's Sirsaparilla Is the remedy
lor such a conaiuon, ana also tor time wmik
ness wnicn prevails at tue ciiange 01 beason
Climate or we.
Hood s Pills aro purely vegetable, care
fully prepared from tue best lngreultints,
ltlg Force of Natives Iteady to do to
A dispatch from Apia says that
the rebel party Ts in great force in
Leulumoega, being 3000 strong in
Aaiu and well supplied with arms
and ammunition. They are to
meet in council to determine what
course to be pursued. It will no
doubt be the usual programme ot
itnpo-sisible demands made upon
King Malietoa lit relerence to ab
dication or a suggestion of divided
authority. These being naturally
declined, war will ensue without
any doubt. Missionaries from out
lying stations say that nothing is
being planted and nothing in the
nature of work can be done.
THE WOMEN'S EXCHANGE.
Til E LOCAL
W. C, T. It.
Commendable Piatt On a lluslness
Uasls ltoom Secured To tie
gin on April 3.
The ladles of the Woman's Christ inn
Temperance Union are nbout to mitliilo
it new enterprise, the opening of a
Woman's Exchange in this chy, upon
it plan slniilHr to that adopted in Han
Francisco and other cities on the Coast
and in the East. The object is to furn
ish to women who are moru or ltus de
pendent upon their own' exertioni for
ARTHUR P. PETERSON.
iii.'atii or tiii: Honolulu lawyhii
IN SAN FUANCINL'U.
Pneumonia the Canse-Came to Honolulu
When n ChlM-Was Once the
By the Miowera Sunday E. Wells
Peterson received a telegram an
nouncing the death of his brother,
Arthur P. Peterson, which occurred
in San Francisco on the 16th iust.
Pneumonia is given as the cause.
Arthur P. Peterson was welt
known in Hawaii and in various
their support, n, moans of by which lliey parts of America. He was born at
may earn money In their nun homes.
It Is propostd to receive unlets at the
Women's ExohaiiKU for various m Holes
of home' production mid iniifii ay
tion such lis homo - made Mead,
biscuit, rolls, cakes, nits, doughnuts,
cookies, Huston brown bread, baked
beahs and pork, pickles, jellies, homo
made oi, etc., etc., which wlll'be fur
nished lo customers nt reasonable
lirices L-ulles who are u llllnir to take
orders for lurui'diitii; any gf these arti
cles, or any otlier urtlclu ol loud, are
earnertlv Invited lo confer with some
n. ember of the committee befoiu
Fancy articles, such as knitted work,
pictures, decorated china, Hawaiian
fans, leis, table main, paper flowers, and
women's and cliildieu's clothing, etc,
mado by women of any nutioiialily ro
siding in tho Hawaiian Islands, Mill he
received and placed on exhibition fur
sale. .Such articles may be left at the
Exchange at any time befoie April 1st.
A charge of ten per cent, will tie in ule
by the Exchange -on all sales, and at
present no other charges will lie uii.de.
Terms will in all cases be cash.
Only tlrst-class goods will he re
el lved and sold
I lie Committee has secured a room
on King street, opposite thu Arlington
Hotel tnte. anil Miss Ultverhas eminent-
ed to act us manager of the Exchange.
They propose (o open the looms on
Wednesday, A ru ad. Applications for
furnishing articles of home manufacture
will be received by any member of the
Committee or by Jliss Oliver, during
the present week, and will be consideied
In the order in which they lire received.
Each woman who takes un order to fur
nish any article, will bo gi en u number,
which must be attached to every article
furuu-hed by her, und by wli cli she wi I
be known, thus insuring privacy lo
those who for any reason do not wish
their names made public.
As some expense will he necessarily
incurred in fitting up the room etc., it
is hoped that those who aro interested
will assist thu enterprise financially
without further solicitation. Any mem
ber of the Committee, whose name .ire
given below will thankfully receive such
donations, and will be responsible for
their application. The Committee will
niso be glad to give any information or
to receive suggestions iron) any
who may have had experience in
such an enterprise.
JURS. J. 31. YVIIITNF.Y,
Miss M. A. Ciiambkklain,
Secretary and Treasurer,
Mns. T. II. IIauvin,
lilts. E. W. Johdan,
Sins. O. II. OUUCK,
Mns. W. L. HoiTicit,
Committee of thu W. C T. U.
New Bedford, Mass., thirtv-six
years ago and came to Honolulu in
1870 when 11 years of age. His
early education was received at
Punahou. He then entered Judge
Hartwell's law office and later
pursued his study of law at Ann
Arbor, Michigan. From there he
went to Plymouth, Mass., where
he completed his studies and serv
ed in the militia. There and in
Boston he engaged in the practice
of law for three or four years, re
turning finally to Honolulu.
For the past ten years Mr. Peter
son has been more or less conspi
cuous in the political arena. He
held several positions of promin
ence under the old order, and was
considered a strong partizan with
his particular element. He was
always very well liked by those
who knew hint.
During the reign of Kalakaua he
was Deputy Attorney-General
under both Antone Rosa and C. W.
Ashford, finally succeeding to the
first position himself. He was
Attorney-General in Liliuokalaui's
Cabinet on the day of the over
throw in 1893.
Mr. Peterson leaves a wife and
one child, now in the East. His
father, Daniel P. Peterson, mother,
si.-.ter and two brothers reside here.
i he brothers are Dr. C. A. Peter
son, Government pnysician at Uwa,
and E. Wells Peterson, bookkeeper
lor J. A. Hopper. His sister is
Mrs. A. V. Gear.
Six hot baths for 1 at J. Ashworth's
model barber shop, No. BO King street.
ALMOST A DKOWNINO.
Gorgeous Millinery Dlsplny,
Such a gorgeous display of hats
and bonnets has not been shown in
Honolulu for many a year, as was
imported by Mr, Sachs for the
Easter opening which began Satur
day and continues to-day and
tomorrow. Some of the hats are
perfectly stunning, and the roses
and violets seem at a first glance
fresh from the florist. This is a rose
and violet season in millinery, and
they are shown in profusion, all
the new shades are shown In vel
vet, ribbons, and roses, besides
quantities of the new California
violets, in different colors; particu
lar attention is called to the little
French bonnets,' some of which are
regular gems. Silver hat pins are
given away. Ladies are cordially
invited by Mr. Sachs, to call and
inspect the display without feeling
obliged to buy.
(I, II. Milium & Co. Ahead.
The following list shows the importa
tions of champagne into tho United
States for the years 189a and 1801; by
which it will be seen that Mumin &
Company's Extra Dry is far in tiio lead
of all other brands, iih taken from the
ofiicial statistics of tho New York cus
O. II. Mumin & Co. Ex. Dry,
i-uniiner) k uieno, . . . ,
Piper llehl&leck See., . . .
uciciBieiK as o.,
llrv .Monoii'l ami Club I)rv.
Iluln rt, 1'uieet l' H. . . .
1 n oy A 1 'o., . . . , . . .
ics er .V Co
Clm. F rru,
Krug 6c Co., Sec,
various utner nranus, . .
Whites Assault Negroes With Illfles
Mllltla Called Out.
New Orleans, March 12. The
thick fog early this morning was
the veil behind which desperate
white levee laborers gathered, and
which they penetrated with Win
Chester rifles all aimed at thecoored
union workmen 011 the ships load
ing at the docks. The attack was
made at points several miles apart,
just before the arrival of the police,
and as a result there are halt a
dozen corpses and a dozen or so
This is a race war. The white
stevedores claim the negroes have
been cuttin'.; wages. The militia
has been called out.
llllAlTS NO GOOD.
A Decision On the Japnuese llab
The Habeas Corpus matter in
the Japanese immigrant case came
up before Judge Cooper at 10
o'clock this morning. The points
were re-argued by respective
Counsel and submitted. Judge
Cooper returned a decision iu favor
of the Government, denying "the
writ. The poitit made was that the
law left the matter of accepting
drafts 111 lieu of nioupy, in the cases
of aliens entering the Hawaiian
Islands, entirely in the discretion
of the Collector-General of Cus
tonus. At the end of proceedings
the draft in evidence was returned
to the prisoner find he was re
leased. THE MODl'll.V WAY.
Commends Itself to the well-informed,
to do pleasantly anil effectually what
was .formerly done in tho crudest man
ner anil disagreeably as well. To cleanse
the system and break up colds, head-
laches and fevers without unpleasant
STUKOI$VANTt effects, use the delightful liquid laxative
Teh Wi. V, O. Box. 162. 3 MASONIC TEMPLE, olo At. reineuy, By tup
is the Road
The "Nkw Phocuss" Stove will
outlast any two stoves that can be
bought for the same price. . . .
They are about oue-third
cheaper to operate. . .
They are absolutely clean',
safe and practical for any
Itescue of a Young Lndy lly nn Amerlean
A young lady of the city came near
losing her life in the surf beyond
Peacock's, Waikiki, Sunday after
noon, yuite a number of young
people were out surf-riding. The
lady in question left the boat and
started to swim to shore. Unfortu
nately she became helpless in the
surf and screamed for aid. An
officer of the Philadelphia, walking
along the beach, plunged in and
brought the young woman to shore,
just in time too, for it is said she had
The next steamer for the Coast
will be the Peru which falls due at
this port Friday. The China will
be along from San Francisco 'about
next Monday afternoon.
.Messrs. Jiaciarlane cc Uomnanv are
the regularly appointed ugenes for thebe
Labor on Kaitul.
J. M, Vivas returned from Kauai
Sunday where he had gone iu the
interests of the Labor Commission.
He reports that planters on that
island, as on Maui and Hawaii,
think the proposition to settle
strikes by an arbitration committee
not feasible, Kauai favors mixed
labonn the cane fields.
Spanish Crulner Misting.
Giukaltkk, March 13 The
Spanish cruiser Reina Regenete is
believed to have foundered off the
coast of Morocco during a recent
gale. She had a crew of 420 offi
cers and men. Pieces of one of her
boats and semaphore flags have
been picked up along the coast near
Ceutia and Tarila.
FIKKI ON T1IK 11. All.
Spanish Gunboat Shoots at an American
New York, March 12. On the
8th inst. the American mail steam
er Alliancia was fired upon offCuba
by a apauisu gunboat. The mer
chantman had dipped her flag as
a salute. The gunboat chased, but
was unable to overtake the Allian
cia. A mistake was probably
made. The incident has beeu
greatly magnified. Correspondence
between the United States and
Spain is under way.
Barrels of Salmon
TOMORROW, MARCH 26th
At IU o'clock a. in.
I will sell at Public Auction at my
Fifty Barrels Fine M Salmon
Just received Ex Miowera.
New I'roccmt Bloie,
ALL ALONG THE DOCKS.
INUIII'KNDKNT (ItlVli AMI MIOWKltA
TOttCHLl) ON NIJNIIAV.
Whaler letarts Kahullil Arrivals
Wilder llrlniis Live btock
Ihe Harry Morse,
Harcalns to lie Hud at Levey's Toinnr.
There were a lot of callers at
Levey's auction room today to see
the furniture, etc., to be put up at
the special sale at to in the morn
ing. There are several fine bed
room sets, pictures, lamps, parlor
sets, china, glassware, piano, ex
tension table, curtains, mats, rugs,
stoves, kitchen utensils, etc., etc.
it will be a great day tor genuine
Selsure of Flshlnff Kxploslve Made
"Billy" Sheldon of Wainae made
a giant powder etch this morning,
and also has the two natives who
had stolen the stuff in the lock-up.
The natives took the powder from
a railway tunnel near Waianae. It
was the property ot either the rail
road or the plantation. They were
using it to kill fish. Sheldon had
been following the stuff since Sun
day. It was finally located in i
calabash and seized. The natives,
who are from Honolulu,, have made
a confession of the whole matter,
II. n. M. S. Nymplic will sail
next Thursday for Esquimau.
Captain Underwood of the bark
Ilesper, now at Kahului, is in the
The Charmer, Captain Holmes,
will sail this afternoon for New
IJiuht Japanses stowaways
brought here by the Independent
were returned to that vessel at
Fears are entertained for the
safety of the Harry Morse, now
nearly 100 days out of Newcastle
The bark Hespcr, Underwood
master, arrived at Kahului last
Thursday in ballast, 12 days from
At the last moment Saturday it
was decided to postpone the sailing
of the S. S. Independent until bun
day. She cot away at 2 o clock
The Claudiue arrived from Maui
and Hawaii, with a full cargo con
sisting of 10,567 bags sugar. She
will sail aain at the regular hour
The C. A. S. S. Miowera arrived
it 3:30 P. Sunday, 7 days from
Victoria. Light freight and seven
passengers for Honolulu. Sailed
at 9:30 p. in. for Sydney via 1'iji.
The Mikahala arrived early Sun
day morning from Kauai. She
brought a full list of passengers and
5142 bags of sugar. The Mikahala
will sail again at 5 p. m. tomorrow.
The whaler Alice Knowles sailed
yesterday for the Japan side of the
pond in charge of First Mate
Ogden, Captain Gilford having re
signed on account of rheumatism.
The J. D. Spreckels arrived at
Kahului last Tuesday io days
from San Francisco. She sailed
again on the 23rd with a load 01
Paia and Hamakuapoho.
Captain Svenson late of the
schooner Norma arrived at Victoria
on the 12th. He reported the
enture of the Norma in bringing
salmon to Honolulu as only fairly
The barkentiue S. G. Wilder,
Captain Schmidt, arrived early
Sunday morning 14 days from San-
brancisco. On the voyage down
she first experienced calms and
then favorable weather. She
brought 36 horses and mules, a
general cargo and three passengers.
From Maui, per nteamer Olaudine.
March 24 O I Wilder, Cant E.I Under-
wood, J W Dean. A Y Linden, Dr C T
Allen, Mrs McKenzie and IkiIiv. Cunt D
Toomeif, Hans Hanson and wife, C it
Olson, wire and 3 children. Master Vvni
Horner, Master Edcar Morton, Mrs
Niehwitz, Mrs ThOH l'liillips, Miss Han
nah Trip, E II Carley, J fruKerstrotn, C
Von Hamtn, Y Alan, Y Younir, Mrs
Kithananiii, I Iniai, Huto, O Ah See,
wife and 2 children, A O Dickens, Mary
Nunea, W Easle, Miss II. Cornwell,
Jllss K Cornwell and 85 deck passen
From Kauai, per Mikahala, March 21
tJeiier.il SI Churchill. J II Ilishon.
Miss Helen Wilder, Miss Noonan, Misses
N and A Kitchen, lira Severance, Mrs
K Scott and child, Mrs L C Pratt, J L
Kaulukou. J Kula. A Mcuride. Ira Van
Cump, J Kalwi, J M Vivas, MaxSchlem-
mer anil wire. Mrs rvalaeone. Mr.
Janssen, 1 Chinese mid 08 deck.
From Vancouver and Victoria, ner C
ASS Miowera March 24 It U Harvey,
K C L Perkins, A S Feek, A S Fuller-
ton. II w West, W S Lawrence and U J
From San Francisce per bktne'S G
Wilder. March 24 F Fox, J'U Allen and
VKSNIILH 1M TOUT.
USPS Philadelphia, Cotlon, San Fran
(Coaster nut Included in thU list.)
Hclir W V Jonott, Round
Schr Tramlt, H K
Sthr Norma, Hnenvili, Claxton, UC
Ship II KUIadf, Mveriiool.
Hrbr King Cyru, Newcastle
I)k Uolwrt Hudilen, Newcastle
Ilk O U Hrynnt, M V
Ship Channer. Hnlima, H P.
Ilk Allen HesM!, Totter, I't lllnkcly
Ship T F Oake, S K
Ship lluwniian 1-les, Xcweastle
Ilk Martha Davis, U F
Hutu S O iVilder, Schmidt, 8 1'
AT HEIOIIUURIN'O 1-OniH.
Lewis O Burgess Youngrcii, S F
Hk IIesicr, Underwood, Sun Francisco.
A large number of city folk were
attracted to the Hawaiian Hotel
Saturday evening. Steward Meyer's
French dinners are increasing in
On Tuesday, March 26th
At lO tx. 111.
I will sell at l'uhlic Auction at my
salesrooms u choice lot of Household
furniture (moved for convenience of
sale) consisting of ,
Upholstered anfl Rattan Parlor Fnrnitnre
B. W. SIDUBOARD,
EXTENSION B,W. DINING TABLE,
Honk Caso, with lot of-books,
n. W. BEDKOOM SET, WaUDKOBE
SQUARE PIANO, FLAGPOLE
Center. Mugs, Lace Curtains, Bedding
Chandeliers, Lamps, ? Ileds and Mat
tresses, Pictures, Ornaments, Ice Chest,
Fine Stove, Kitchen Utensils, Crockery,
A FINK LOT OF FF.UN8,
On view Saturday, March 23rd.
Captain Huntingford of H. B
M. S. Nymph, accompanied by his
staff and Commissioner Hawcs,
called upon the President at it
oclock tilts morning. The re
ception continued for a hall
hour, during which the
Ministry and Military Offi
cials were present. The parts
was received to the grounds with
the customary military honors, two
companies of regulars and the bra-s
band being drawn up along the
Three 3toiitln, A I'lne ul 9100 anil nn
J. W. Carroll, charged with
shooting one Pukini, was before
Judge Perry this morning, and in
decision Carroll was sentenced to
three mouths imprisonment and to
pay a fine of $ i oo. Appeal noted
to Circuit Court, with 1500 bail.
Tmii ef the Truth.
In an answer to original com
plaint of the trustees of the Water
house estate, filed today, W. W.
and Henry Diuioiid say they
are entitled to a distribution
ot the personal property of said
estate upon payment of
the debts of the testator and the
legacies mentioned in the will, and
are entitled each to one-tenth ol
the real estate left by deceased not
specifically given away by the will.
EC A compli-to nntneil U. S. COIUMBUK
b et, valueil nt $. Full pnrliculnr
,11AM 119, UoIf3l,S.in Fruii-
for stump. B. F
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.,
Cor, Queen mid Nuuanu Sts.
Sdndav Mnrcll 24
Stuir Mikahala, Hiiitlund.froui Kauai
Simr Claudiue, Cameron, from Maui.
UktnSO Wilder. Schmidt, from San-
CASS Miowera. Stott. from
Sunday. March 24.
CASS Miowera. Stott. for Svdnev
Bark Alice Knowles. Oirden. for
MONDAY. Mar 23.
Stmr James Makee. Peterson, for
Htmr Iwulani, Ireenian, for Kilauea.
Stmr Ke Au Hou. Thoninson. foi
Stmr Kaala. Brown for Circuit of
btmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokal
Stmr Wuimanalo. Calwav. for the
Shin Charmer. Holmes, for New
VKSSRLS LUA.VINO TllMOItltOW
Stmr Claudiue. Cameron, for Maui
and Hnwaii at 0 n m.
atinr JiiKaimiu, nagiunu, lor rvauat
at o p in.
IMl'OltTN AM) CO.NMONDICS.
Ex Mikahala from Kauai, March 14
MiJ oairs A anil 127U baKB is sugur,
or llacklleiu Co., 2U lulls liluo,
horses, U head cuttle und 45 likes.
Ex bktne S U Wilder Marcli 24-1200
tons general merchandise, U horses and
Ex stmr Claudino 10,507 hogs sugar,
604 hues potatoes, 1") bags corn, 18'.
hogs, til bundles hides, 20 head cattle
15 pekgs sundries.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
City Houses, Seaside Houses, Pen
insula (Pearl Harbor) Houses
at special rates, Furnished
COTTAGE TO LET
ON BERETANIA BTKEET, between
Punchbowl and Itichards Streets. Con
Rilim parlor, 2 bed rooms, dining room,
pantry, kitrhtn, bath, etc.
014-:it JAS, F. MOBOAN.
Members of thu American League
aro urged to attend the meeting at 7:30
THIS KVEN1NO. Business of great
Importance will I brought up,
THEO. P. SEVEIHN,
01 Mt Secretary.
CALIFORNIA & HAWAIIAN
FRUIT AND PRODUCE CO.,
On-. It, n. Depot.
ICIJ HOUSE GOODS,
F1SIT AND veoetabi.es,
FUQ7.EN OYSTEliS, .f c,
Uy every Stesmer from 'an h rnncl.ro and
ancouM-r. . . , . Milppln Mi..lM.
Tt room cottage on Young street, near
Keaumoku, Apply to
J. II. McChesney,
Election of Officers.
At the udj urned meeting of tho
stockholders of the Oahu Hailwav and
Land Company held at the Chami.er of
.-'ominerce in Honolulu. March 23d, the
following olllcers were elected!
,-, VaP President
W. b. Allen 1st Vice President
J.BM. Atherton..2nd Vice President
V. U. Ashley Secretary
M P. Hohlnson Treasurer
W. M. Graham ....Auditor
J. H Paty, V. F. Allen, J. li. Ather
on, V. O. A-hley, M. P. Uoblnson, V.
M. Graham, James O. Spencer, J. B.
Castle. 11. M. von Holt.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Inter-Inland Steam Navl
nation Company, Limited, held this dsy,
.ho following Olllcers and Directors
vere elected lor the ensuing year:
W. B. Godfrey President
' Kmi Vice-Prenident
. 11. McLean Secretary
J. L. McLean Treasurer
T. V. Hebron Auditor
W. B. Godfrey, J. Ena, O. N. Wilcox,
V. O. Smith, F. A. Schaefer,
A. S. Wilcox, E. Suhr.
w. h. Mclean,
Secretary I. I, S. N. Co.. Ltd.
Honolulu. 11. I.. March 111. IH0.V
The Old Reliable
215 Mimluomcry lrtt. exiemllni: trom Vine In
tlUKli streets, mm Friinclseu. OaI. Itunlnm
cei.trr or tlie city, cumeuient to a 11 banks. In
surat.ee oltices and places of Hinuenient. Con
lallillitr 3lO looms. Terms tl.60.tJ and 2.50
iwr day. I'ree coach to and from the hotel.
J. f. vousu, I'roprletor.
i .. .. ir . ,..
u uuer iui mu upuil
H I.In of Land each 75 x 200 ft., on
I.ois on I'iikoi Street.
IH, 200 x -100 ft., with Dwelling
House and Out-buildings, situated
between Pensacola and I'iikoi Sts.,
with a 25 ft. roadway to each of the
Parties wishing to purchase good
Building Lots In a desirable location can
purchase any or all of tho above at very
low prices and uion easy payments.
l or particulars apply to
HE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND IKVEST
408 Fout Street, Honolulu.
BUILDING LOTS oil lonK lease
in desirable location at Wai
Nuuanu Avhnuk for Rent
Information gladly furnished and
houses opened for inspection at anv
WHAT I WANT!
110USK and LOT worth $1500
Any one having- a House
Sale or Rent- to call on me.
WHAT I HAVE!
Several excellent Houses and
Rooms to Rent.
Several Pieces of Property for
I'CIKION VKKSVLS KXI'KCTKIf
Ilk Harry Morse, Newcastle, Due
Ilrig I.urline. 8 V, (Hilo Mar l'J
Hk Annio Johnson, (Hilo), S F Mar M
Kchr Allen A, (Mali), H V Mar !A)
llrig J O Spreckels, S K, (Kali), Mar 21
Sobr JW VYeatherwax, H J do Uutmla Apr 1
Uktn Klikitut, I't (lam Apr 10
S S Australia, lloudlette, S K April 8
Uktn J sno I, Stanford, Newcastle April 10
Ship Troop, Newcastle April 1,1
Hk Coryuliene May 10
Uer hk .Martini ltockhulm, Llverool Aug 2
Hehr l'rotiier. Neucantle, Mar Vfl
Schr Aloha, 8 F Mar 20
C. D. CHASE
Safe Deposit Building,
Tel 184. 408 FOUT STKEET
For Ten Cents you can sou tho greates
marvel oi science.
To-day "THE DAKlUvR SCENE."
Sul.je.-ls chunked daily at Hart
Com) auy's, Hotel street. Exhibition
luurs; D a. m, to 0 p. m, 670-tf
Two ofllce rooms, en suite, on Knihu-
iiiiinu street, for rent. These rooms have
been tliorouKhly repainted and renovnt.
ed, and beiti in the heart of the busi
ness center are very desirable for
For particulars apply to
'SVKr.Ki.Y Stau, t4.00 per year.