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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY MARCH 26, 1815.
NlllVS IN A NUTSIIULL.
1895 Cleveland bicycles, simply
. The election proclamation is pub
A successful sale of salmon was
held by J as. 1 Morgan today.
The Supreme Court will meet at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Highest cash price paid for Ha
waiian stamps. C. V. Stukduvant.
The concert at Kawaiahao Semi
nary has been postponed to April
The Hawaiian Treasury state
ment for March 23d is published
William Jackson and John Wal
lace. Ilawaiians, have taken the
C. M. Cooke
has several fine
on exhibition in
block during the
in the Hotel
past week are
The Auditor-General has an im
portant notice in the Hy Authority
The seventy-one draft Japanese
brought by the Independent have
A lawn party uudcr the auspices
of the Missionary Gleaners' will be
given in May.
There will be special music at
the "Village Improvement" lecture
Naholua, a.boy, has been sent to
the reform school for a term of two
years for triuncy.
The Honolulu Choral Society
will have a rehearsal at the Y. M.
C. A. Hall this evening.
The Honolulu Iron Works re
paired the shaft for the centrifugal
pump of the dredger today.
A meeting for the election of offi
cers will be held by the Hawaiian
Republican Club at 7 o'clock this
The advantages of modern illu
mination are dilated upon by the
Hawaiian Electric Company in a
Iwakami has just received a fine
stock ot silks, crapes and shirts of
all descriptions. See ad in "new"
The list of jurors for the May
term, Circuit Court, will be com
pleted this afternoon. It will con
tain fifty names.
If you want to buy, sell or ex
change stamps, go to JohuT. Brown,
No. 4, Masonic Temple, Alakea
street. Box 441.
Miss Cahili, has at last secured
a location, and will open her Miti
nery as soon as possible in the Dai
Nippon, Hotel street.
In the matter of the guardian
ship of I.aahia, a minor, Judge
Cooper has appointed Akai guard
iau under $200 bonds.
Persons indebted to Mederios &
Co. over three months must settle
by April 1st or same will be placed
in hands of a. collector.
AN ACCIDENT AT SEA.
WHALE IIOAT SWAMPED IN THE
JIOI.O It A I UHANNKL.
Itont anil HI. CAto uf riali t.ogt Tour
Men lleecucil The Weather
Early last night eight native
fishermen in two whale boats, hav
ing small sails, were making their
way across the channel from Molo
kri. They had made a good haul
and the two boats were loaded with
fish. The wind was blowing al
most a gale, and high seas were
constantly breaking upon the
small crafts. When about the
middle of the channel one of the
boats shipped a roller and the next
big wave turned her over. The
four men and 5000 fish were dump
ed into the sea. The boat floated
away and was lost. Boat No. 1
turned around and succeeded in
picking up the four men, who,
fortunately, were good swimmers,
and had held their own with the
The fortunate boat, in charge of
one Nahinu, reached the city early
this morning, her crew wet and com
pletely fagged by the hardships of
the night. They expected, when
they set sail, to return to Molokai
today to bring a second load of fish,
but the weather outside has induced
them to wait. The loss sustained
by the fishermen was hardly short
At 8:30 this morning one com
pany of marines, two of infantry
and two battery companies, with
the band and hospital corp, landed
from the Philadelphia. The march
to Makiki and drill at the baseball
ground was had. The guns brought
ashore were two Hotchkiss rapid-
fire. Gun drill was the special
feature of the hour at Makiki. A
sham battle was also executed in
A SECOND HOTCHKISS.
Arrived lly the Aloha I'letity of Alii'
munition It 1. n. Jewel For
The second Hotchkiss, rapid-fire,
2-pounder, ordered through Minis
ter Thurston during the rebellion,
arrived by the Aloha Monday after
noon. With the gun is thirty-two
cases of ammunition, sixteen cases
of each kind, making the shipment
MASS MEETING CALLED.
111: 111:1.1, on
Annexation Ketltnl-llniler American
League Ample?. Lint uf Speakers
A UK TO BE CONTINUED,
Tales llrnken On" at Ititerrotliiir Point.
Hlvln. In the South-Arctic In.
On account of calling on so many
A mass meeting uiulcr the 0.113
pices cf the American League, the I
purpose ol which will be to tli3cuss people a newspaper man hears
the question of annexation, will be scores of stories. In the busy life
held on Union Square next Tlitirs- 0f a business place like this, auditor
day evening. It will be nn am-'and entertainer are sometimes
bilious affair, and a large attend- forced to part suddenly, both leav-
ance is expected. Dr. .McLennan
Six liot baths for $1 nt J. Ashworth's
model barber shop, No. 80 King street.
tliu llanlwai Hat lis.
i few ni
ki curs pass
Hail a Crowd.
Satn'l Levey had a full house for
his big general auction sale this
morning, Almost everything on
hand went. The rush for bargains
was so great that much more furni.
ture, etc., would have sold readily-
Tlielr U.e on Ordinary Vehicles In
The question to what extent the
pneumatic tire, so familiar on bicy
cles, will be adopted on the wheels
of other vehicles is one of consider
able interest. According to a
London scientific journal, for cabs
and broughams in English cities,
the rubber tire,- with an iron hoop
outside, is steadily growing in
favor, and thousands of them are
seen. Since, even on the smooth
wood and asphalt pavements of
London, the rider knows at once
whether his hansom has elastic or
rigid tires, the contrast must be
still more marked on macadamized
roads or streets paved with granite
The Y. P. S. C. E. will hold its
social in the parlors of the Central
Union church, Eriday evening of
this week at 7:30 o'clock.
A meeting of the stockholders
of the Hawaiian Electric Company
is called for 2 tomorrow afternoon
at W. G. Irwin's office.
Eine stock of Easter bonnets and
hats at Mrs. Hanna's on Eort
street, imported direct from the
East, call and see for yourself.
Eine pleasure boats for ladies
and gentlemen at the new Hawa
iian Boat House, foot of Richard
street. Moonlight boating parties,
On next Tuesday af 10 a. ra.
Jas. F. Morgau will sell at auction
175,000 feet of nor'west lumber,
ex schooner Jewett, near the
Eighty-five passengers returned
to Japan by the Independent.
About 400 were expected, but most
of the number will wait for the
China due Monday.
When you want fine watch re
pairing done or jewelry made, go to
H. G, Biart, Port street at liertz'.
Mr. Biart's long experience is a
guarantee of good workmanship.
Telephone 245 will secure you
prompt attention. Eurniture mov
ed, baggage or freight hauled to
and from steamers. Trunks or
packages sent to Larsen's express
from other islands will be delivered
Junius Kaae has gone to
Lieutr Coyne, of E Company, N
G. H., is still on the sick list. He
sprained an ankle in a foot-ball
The Latest American Novelty.
We have secured the services of
Shaw, the lightening gold wire
artist, who opened in our window
Friday morning, March 22. Breast
pins and bracelets of the latest de
sign made to order while you wait.
A breast pm made 111 three minutes.
See this novelty and do not forget
our new line of goods. Temple of
Fashion, M. G. bilva, proprietor.
Julius A. Palmer, the ladylike
little correspondent of some down
east paper, applied for permission
to interview Luiuokalani. His re
quest, made to the authorities, was
promptly refused. Palmer is tre
In the matter of the estate of
Nancy Sum.ner Ellis, C. L. Hop
kins has been appointed trustee 111
place of Bruce Caftwright resigned
Hume and Abroad.
It Is the duty of everyone, whether at home
or traveling or piea&uru or nuunes, to equip
himself wltli tne remedy which will keep up
strenirt 1 ami uroveut ilmasi. anil euro sue
llUasarollatilo to come limn nil in every
day life. Hood's SarMijiariiia keeps the blood
pure and less liuhle to abborb tho germs of
Hood's Pills are hand made, and jwrfect In
proportion and opjiearance. li.,o. jior Iwx, u
The music stands will be erected. 1 lie
' native hand and the Govcriiiiuiit
j band will both furnish music. The
! former was riecured by the Com
mittee and the latter has been
promised hy Mr Hatch.
The speakers of the evening
selected are: Judge A. S. Hartwell,
Paul Neumann, 1). B. .Smith, Mr.
Brenhain, C. L. Hopkins, James
Quinu and Charles H. Wilson.
Mr. Hopkins will speak 111 Hawa
iian, and other speeches may be
translated into the native tongue.
The special purpose of this
meeting is to make an effort to
arouse interest all along the line
and to show the natives that the
subject of annexation is still upper
most as a political idea.
his yard, aud . yarns as long as the projected cable.
Here are three selected from the
barrel at random:
me same in every icsiicci ui mc aucc is expecieci. i;r. .Mc1.e11r.au tug a talc unfinished. The writer
lirstone. ine gun is ot tlie very has volunteered the use of the has on hand a string of broken off
latest pattern aim is specially 'speakers stand
adapted for mountain use,
range is great, and the gun can be
used more effectively than the
Austrian field pieces now at the
When the gun was put aboard
the Aloha Captain Dabel vas in
structed to keep it on deck in such
a position that it could be removed
quickly in case it should be needed
at once on arrival here. These in
structions were complied with.
Captain Dabel is a great friend to
Hawaii. In the late trouble he was
one of the sea captains who shoul
dered a gun.
The Alohas "powder flag" went
to the head of the foremast soon
after she made fast to the wharf.
Thrgst That Kndangereil a Deep Sea
The big Norwegian bark
Lorenz, which recently arrived at
Pensacola, had a sample of the
strength of a swordfish. Through
the metal sheeting ol her null,
then through six inches of plank
ing, and penetrating the inner
ceiling about three inches, the fish
had driven its snout or "sword,"
the result being a leak which kept
the crew at the pumps about six
hours a day. The sword was
about 2' inches in circumference
at the point and 5 inches at tne
end where it had broken off, the
piece being about 20 inches long.
G. II. Mumm & Co. Ahead.
The following list shows the importa
tions of champagne into the United
States for the years 1803 and 1894; hy
which it "111 he seen that Mumm &
Company's Extra Dry is far in the lead
of all other brands, us taken from the
ollicial statistics of the New York cus
O. II. Mumm & Co. Ex. Dry,
l'onuuer v ureno, . . . .
Meet A. Cluinilnti. . . . .
I'lper Heiilsieck Sec
Ileltlsieck dfc Co.,
Dry .Monoii'l and Club Dry,
Ituln rt, 1'eroet I lls, . . .
Irroy & Co.,
Di llK-ckifc Co..
Hue. lie MnntclM-llo
has. lleidsleck. . . . . .
eslcr & Co.. ......
Cha. K rre. .......
Krliir A: Co., Sec
Vurious Other llramls, . .
71, 7M 80.778
A . GAMBLER IS FINED.
NATIVE WHO HAS HLLN OI'KUATlNfl
"IIUMSIAN WAK" OAMi:.
Chances Thirty to One AH Sorts
Stakes are ltl.ki'ri An Uncanny
Messrs. Macfarlano & Company are
thu regularly appointed agenes for theso
Kaea, a son of the soil, was to
day convicted in the District Court
of operating a gambling scheme
known as "Russian War." As a
result he was sentenced to pay a
fine of $75 and '4.30 costs. "Rus
sian War" is a new game in Hono
lulu. It seems to be fascinating
and yet the outcome of the game is
almost invariably in favor of the
banker. It seems to have origin
ated among the boat boys a long
the wharves and, so far as is known
at present, is not played anywhere
The game is like this: The
banker has charge of a box con
taining dice and a cloth with
figures on it. The players stake
money on a certain figure which is
covered by the banker. The dice
is then shaken and if the figure
corresponds with the one 011 the
cloth the player wins; it not, he is
out. The stakes are from 5 cents
up. A player s chance of winning
is about one 111 thirty.
I lie boat boys do not alwnys
stake money, however. Pigs,
crabs, dogs, birds or anything else
is gambled away and goes to the
banker. Centipedes are used as
mascots in the game.
KANOA'S K STATU.
for May 6
This is for
is the Road
The "Nkw Pkociiss" Stove will
outlast any two, stoves that can be
bought for the same price. . . .
They are about one-third
cheaper to operate. . .
They are absolutely clean,
safe and practical for any
(Inly for the District on One Side of
The election called
is to mi tne
vacancy caused by
of Charles L. Carter.
the Fourth District is that part of
the island on the Waikiki side ot
Nuuatiu avenue. Voters on the
other side have nothing to say,
officially, in this electiou or nomi
nation. The last registration is
Tas., A Kennedy has positively
refused to be a candidate. Deputy
Attorney General Robertson and
several other gentlemen are men
tioned for the place.
"Jack" Stelling was out speed
ing last evening behind his
flyer" Billy Button, Jr. This
animal is by the sire of Yolo
Maid, 2:14 as a 3-year old at the
Hay District track, ban Francisco,
Billy Button is a handsome gray.
young and in fine condition. He
stands sixteen hands and both
paces and trots in harness.
TO IJIPOItT A COLONEL.
Olllcers of the llefilmcnt are In Favor of
Twenty-six officers of the First
Regiment, N. G. H., met with the
Presjdent and Cabinet at the Ex'
ecutive Building at noon today and
discussed the matter of selecting
a Colonel for the Military forces,
The call was made by the Presi
dent and the meeting was held for
the purpose of getting the opinions
of the officers in the matter of
sending to America for an experi
enced military man lor tne posi
Argument was decidely in favor
of importing a leader, if a good
man could be procured. A ballot
011 this question resulted in a vote
of 21 to 4 in tavor ot tne step.
Ileal Estate Valued at 930,000 an
Much Lire Stock.
The will ot the late Paul 1
Kanoa, together with a petition
for probate of same, has been filed.
Kanoa died m Honolulu 011
the 1 8th and was at that
time a resident of this city,
though his residence has chiefly
been on the island of Kauai. The
real estate cited by the will is situ
ated on Kauai and on Oahu, the
total value of which is .f20,ooo.
He had horses, cattle, household
furniture, railroad bonds and other
stock valued at $ 4500.
Mrs Debarah Mahae, Jacob
Kala, James II. K. Kaiwi,
and K. Kanoa are named as
devisees and legatees. The
itter together with G. N. Wilcox
of Kauai are made executors.
Mr. Wilcox is the petitioner. In
his plea he renounces the appoint
incut of executor and asks that
letters testamentary be issued to
New l'roccss Mote,
Tt)l.WH. 1". O. Box, 103.
3 MA8ONIO TEMPLE,
Sims In Honolulu, March
1805, to the wife
Sims, a daughter.
of William R,
Henry Clay and Dock eV Co, Factory,
HOl.USTEK & CO.'S.,
Comer Fort and Merchant Streets,
ODDS AND ENOS.
The devil tremolos hen a had man be.
gins to think about his f;ood mother,
There are two perfectly iiood men; one
dead and luo otucr iinljoru. Culnese J'roT'
Tho world's pastures every year produce
and tho world consumes 15,000,1)00 tons 0
beef aud mutton.
It Is wild that Great Britain crows ever
year BO.ono.U) bushels ol turnips, whlc
are mostly devoured hy the Uritish sheep.
Thirty thousand froirs are brouoht Into
tho riultalo market ench week, and a large
proportion of them aro exported to Jcw
Vesels can load coil at Alaska and de
liver It at Ban Kninclsco cheaper than the
railroads can haul It from the I'ennsylva
nla mines to Jncw York.
The Rona: "Fair Harvard" was written
many years aco in the Fay House, which I:
now tho home of Itaddiffe college, whose
students constitute "l ulrer Harvard."
When Mrs, Peter Cooper first went
housekeeping, it Is said that every artlcl
of her furniture uns made hy l.tr husband
with his own hands, iuclitdiug bedroom
and parlor "sets."
An exchange credits a witty amenltrto a
person who nail Just taken away an 11:11
Irellafroni the pedestrian In front of In in
"Permit me," be said, "to return your 11m
brella. I found It In my eye."
Bounce What's the matter with your
...uLlHn rnnf It's n faded ruin.
.intmM iiii. mars mv wiie s wurs..
Bhe's been Mivlmi It from the moths wilb
various chemicals. Chicago lU'cora.
TUB MOIIKHN WAV.
Commends itsolf to tho well-informed
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was tortiuTly unno in inn crudest man
ner and disagreeably ns well. To cleanse
tint system and break un colds, head
aches and foyers without unpleasant
effeots, use the delightful llijuid laxative
remedy, Byrup 01 rigs.
ALL ALONG THE DOCKS.
VLAUIIINK l.KAVLS Klll.tV FOIt TIIK
Amy Turner Loading nt lloslon Charm
er Lcnies at Last Transit Nutes
uf the front.
Yes, the natives here are pretty
andy in the water, but the people
of the Islands to the south'ard can
discount them. Down there I have
stood at the port amidships of a
broad schooner with a lot of boys
and girls in the water in front of
tne. Then I would toss a coipcr
coin over my head and hear it strike
on the starboard side. Those natives
would dive right under the schoon
er and get anything thrown every
tune. I he champion diver there
worked on the bottom for fancy
coral in twenty-six fathoms. He
was working in only twenty-four
when I saw 11 mi. There was oue
native who was a cripple. He
could hardly crawl on land, but
was like a fish in the water. He
had scales between his shoulders.
One time we offered him a bottle
f gin to get some coral. It was in
deep and dancerous place, fairlv
alive with sharks. I felt sure he
would be a goner, for a urtive had
been lost only the day before. He
thought a little while, then drop
ped 111 lrom tlie rail without mak-
ng a splash. A bur shark dashed
at him and "
And the writer will never know
for certain whether the shark at
the native or the native the shark,
Up in the Arctics one day the
captain sent me off 011 the ice to
kill a polar bear that had been
hanging around at a safe distance
several hours. I took the best gun
for this work and a long heavy
knife to use in case we came to
close quarters. The bear retreated
and I followed. He trotted away
and I run. It was almost night
aud we were several miles from the
essel before it occurred to me that
I was perhaps in for a bad adven
ture. Darkness settled without
twilight. I made the best of it,
stamping about to keep warm.
Once I dropped into a doze and
heard the bear coming up to me.
I shot and missed. He was
not frightened in the least.
Just as daylight returned without
any more warning than had pre
ceded its departure, I was terrified
and so was the bear by a fearful
rumbling and frightful crackling.
The iceberg broke up and I was on
one floe and the bear on another.
We were near each other, but no
sign of the ship. In this Arctic
ocean earthquake I lost the nun.
I was in agony and terror all that
lay and night. I was hungry and
so was tlie bear. Next moriunir
the sea was smooth. The bear was
not 200 yards away, drifting to
ward me and licking his chops. I
was weak, but stood ready with the
knife. His floe touched mine and
And the writer will never know
for certain whether the man killed
the bear or the bear killed the man,
"I was in a fight with three stace
robbers in California iust before
Black Bart' began to monopolize
the business. There was the driver
aud six other passencers and mv-
seit 111 the coach. The road airents.
who had shotguns, call us to stop
at one of the usual places. The
lour norses became mixed up.
was sitting with the driver and
when the robbers began firing
opened with one of my pistols. The
air was filled with bullets and
buckshot. The coach was perfor
ated like a seive. The horses
screamed with pain and passen
gers groaned as they fought. The
robbers were covered with blood
and so were the driver and myself.
One of the robbers climbed up on
a wheel and placed the muzzle of
111s pistol at my heart. I leveled
on his head at six inches. We
And perhaps the writer will
never know for certain whether
his fnend killed the robber or the
is taking on coal
her departure on
The Transit is loading and will
Captain Rice ol the tug Wit is
under the weather.
The Claudine will sail at 5 p. m.
for Maui and Hawaii.
The Cummins went around to
Walmanalo this morning.
The Mikahala discharged into
the C. D. Bryant Monday.
The Mikahala will leave at 5
for her regular ports on Kauai.
The Amy Turner is loading at
Boston for Honolulu in the Brewer
The W. G. Hall was sighted
this afternoon and will reach port
about 3:30 p. 111.
The Charmer was delayed some
what on account of the wind and
did not get away until today.
The Waialealc arrived this morn
ng from the Hainakua coast. She
brought down 2883 bags of sugar
and 26 head of cattle. I'orty-five
Japanese laborers, who will return
home by the China next Monday,
came down on her.
The four-masted schooner Aloha,
Captain Dabel, arrived late Mon
day 14 days from San I'rancisco,
having sailed lrom there on ine
1 1 tu. hxpenenced very hue
weather until near the islands
when heavy wind was encountered.
She brought a cargo of general
I brought six hundred and four
passengers reported the uapiam
of the Aloha this morning. "The
first was Mr. U. C. Winston, the
Pork King. Then three men came
along with Mr. Winston. Finally,
on my list, are Coo fine California
porkers." The hogs imported were
unloaded at the Railway wharf.
The Aloha will remain at that
place until tomorrow evening.
About two hundred packages of
acid tor the Fertilizer Works is to
be discharged there.
PASS KN (1 Kill.
For Kauai per Ko An IIou JInrcli S3
Sirs StolU mid Mrs Kane.
FOK A LA KG Kit L1LUIAKV.
plans 10 i:.vii;m thi. iiuiliiimi
or Tin: ASSOCIATION.
fourteen I'ert Addition Jlore btielte
Anuttirr Stairway lletter Unlit
Monday, Mar SS
Stmr Wnialenle, Smytlie, from llama
Stmr W O Hall, Siniorson, front Mnul
Schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
TunsiiAV. Mar 20
Stmr Clninlino. Cameron, for Maui
Stmr Mikahala, llaglnnil, for Kauai,
filiin Charmer. Holmes, for New
imports anii :onshini:i:s.
Ex Wnlalealn from Ilamakua March
i 2S83 bags Ilamakua for Schaefer &
Company ; 20 head cattle.
L'XPOItTS AMI CONSKIMIUS.
Per Charmer for New York, March 20
47.009 bags sugar. Valuo UD.4.VJ.
Shipped by Irwin & Company to tho
Ilk Harry Morse. Newcastle,
llrlg I.urlino. H V, (Hllo
in, A..ni 1. iim.ni. ii!ti.. a
Hchr Allen A, (Mail), H K
ling. 1 11 NiirecKeH, H r, (Knli),
llrlg. 1 11 rMirocseis, r r, (Knli), .Mnr '-l
Hclir JW Wontherwnx. H J do Outmla Apr 1
liktn Kiikitar, it nam Apr iu
H H Australia, Houdlette, 8 F April 8
Ilktn Jano I. Ktanfurd. Newcastle April 10
Kid p Troop, Nowcastlo April IS
UK uorymieno may iu
tier tis Manna iiockmuin, Liverpool nug :
Hehr Profiler, NoMcastlo, Mar at!
robber killed his friend, or-
On Tuesday. April 2nd
At 10 o'clock a. 111.
At tho wharf nliove the Oceania Dock
I will sell at l'uhliu Auction, for account
ot wliom it may concern. A1IOU1
175 M Feet of Lumber,
ComprisinK NOH'WEST FLOORING
IJOAKUS, TIMIIKK9, Ktc, Etc.
Just lauded ex .Schooner V. F. Jewett
Lumber can be Inspected on the wharf
on H.ilurday, March 0 and Monday,
.Tamos E. Morgan
"Weekly Stab, 4.00 per year,
Steps are under way to enlarge
and improve the internal arrange
ment of the Honolulu Library and
Reading Room. The patronage of
the institution, and constant ad
ditions to its fund of reading mat
ter has niatle it necessary to in
crease the size of the building. It
has therefore been decided to ex
tend the structure back a distance
of fourteen feet. This will bring it
even with the rear end of the room
on the niauka end. The addition
will give to the Library eight new
.'helves, an extrn stairway to the
second floor and a convenient back
entrance to the building.
The principal improvement,
however, or one that will be more
Jioticable, will be twelve windows,
six on each side, to be ndded be
tween the present reading room
and the rear wall. This will give
ample light and in a part of the
library wiierc it is most needed.
The shelves will remain as at pres
ent out from the walls and in such
positions that the librarian can pass
between them with ease. The cost
of the improvements contemplated
will he aliout T2000.
The Hawaiian Ilepuhlicnn Club will
rm-et nt 7 o'clock this evening. Election
of olllcers and other important business.
C. W. WILCOX,
March CO, 1S9J.
Firewood for Sale.
C UT AND SPLIT ALOEKOUA KIKE
wood in iiiinitlts to suit, at $12 per
cord, ilrliercd tu ntiypirtof the city
limits, lien of clisrKe. Apply at yard
of California Fred warehouse, ntxt to
O. H. & L. Co. ileiiot. Trlephono 1U.
IIS-1 m Proprietor.
Atlcniioii Co. D.
Ariiiory of Co. D, N. O.
Honolulu, II. I. March
All members of this
rpCp A rnmpletc unused U. S. COLUMBIAN
II Em la, set, aliieil nt Si",. Full particular
fur stamp. K. I'. (I AM US, Box 'All, K.tn Krun-
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Cor. Queen and Nuuauu Str,
At the ndi'urned mevtinc of tho
Kln.-L'linlil..rrf nf llln n.ilill ltililwnv mill
Land Company held at tho Chamber of
Commerce iu Honolulu, March 33d, the
lollowuiK olllcers weie clecicil:
J. II. Paty President
W. F. Allen 1st Vice President
J.JIt. Atherton..L'.id Vice President
W. O. Ashley Secretary
M P. Hohinson Treasurer
W. M. Graham Auditor
rirtinoN VFS.WW..S i:xpi:ctki
. II. Paty, W. F. Allen, J. I). Ather
, W. U. Ashley, M. P. Itobinson, W.
Graham. Jamrs G. Spencer. J. 1!
Castle, II. M. von Holt.
W. G. ASHLEY,
VKSSKLH IN I'OIIT.
USPS Philadelphia, Cotton, San Fran
(Coasters' nut Included In thLsJIUt.)
Schr AV F Jewett, Sound
Schr Transit, S V
Schr Norma, Swenson, Claxton, BC
Ship II F (ifaile. I.Iv.tikkiI.
Hchr King Cyrus, Newcastlo
11k lloiwrt Huuuen, .encaslle
Ilk a I) llryant. H K
rtlr Sumatra. Hurry. Win ' ' ' t
Hk Alden IW. Potter. It Dlakelv
Ship T F Oakos: S F - '
Sliip Hawaiian hies, Newcastle
Ilk Mnrtlia Davis, II F
Until S 11 ,Vllilor. Schmidt; 8 F
Schr Aloha, B F
AT NElUlMtOUINO I'OKTS.
Lowis O Ilurgess Youngren, 8 F
Hk IUier, UndcrwoisI, Sim Francisco.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
City Houses, Seaside Houses, Pen
insula (Pearl Harbor) Houses
at special rates, Furnished
JIUIL1HNG LOTS on long
iu desirable location at
On Nuuanu AvitNUit for
Election of Officers.
main! aro hereby ordered to
appear nt mo company s (juar
tors, Drill Slied, Wednesilay'evenlng,
March 27, nt 7 :E0 p. m. Election of First
and Second Lieutenants. Full dress uni
form, side arms and rilles.
W. C. AV1LDEH, Jlt
Hawaiian Electric Co.
A meeting of tlie Stockholders of the
Hawaiian Ei.kcthic Companv will m
held on AVKDNESDAY. March 37th,
at 2 o'clock p ni iu the oillce of Win.
(1. Irwin, for the lranicllon ofimpor
tanl business. A full attendance 19
A A HALL.
Secretary Hawaiian Electric Company
brightest lafest and really,
in tlie loll? run. tin chi.-usst ntul lr. Ui.1
..- 1.. .r . ... -.... . ;v r
mi uu ill 1111, iiiiniiv rcsllinnil. IS inn nnnn.
descent electric light. Safe; nothing could
i) snmr. A lew nays 020 n from nent cen.
tleliian of Honolulu cam., nishlmr ,1tu-ti In
the olllcoof tho Klectric Comisiny and said:
I1U I, ..in lrv.,r.u .. Il ....... .... .. 1 r
...... ...y ..iiiv. mi 'iidukiiij uuuse, anil 1
want it ilonu at Mice; no more lamps for ine.
Last night a Hum tinned over nm It mm.
' ir setting lire to tho houso and burning
my children and I take no more risks."
I'hls is the sentiment of unite a number in
tho past few wisk, who have ordered their
hnllstH llttod'Mlth thu perfect light.
Just think it over and make up vour nolnd
that you wont tho Is st and safest light; send
fue ,1... Il.l...nll... r- . ,t
.... ...... 1. n-i, v.,iiiiN,iM anu ten
them what u want.
We have a complete stock of everything lir
this line nnd have just received 0 lot of tho
cry iniesi ue'igiis in cliamlelicrs.
the "auspices of
DR. B. G. NORTHROP,
wti.i. he mvny in Tin:
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
Thursday, March 28,
AT 7::jo p. iu.
ADMISSION, 25 CTS.
VO Tickets' nmv bn bail nf T n
Thrum, Hawaiian 'Nows Company and
Golden Iiulo Ii.17.mr.
There will bn music during tho even
ing by Miss. Griene.
CALIFORNIA & HAWAIIAN
FRUIT AND PRODUCE CO.,
Oit. n. It. Ui:pot.
ICIS 1IOUSIJ GOOUS,
FISH AND VF.G F.TAUI1KS,
FHOZFN OYSTKJIS, Ac.
My every Steamer from s'au r'runcl-u-i, ami
ancuuvt-r i-nippiniE miiiucii.
At WAlKlivl, on car line and on
PALAM A ROAD noar fertilizing plant
These lots are very cheap nnd will bt
sold on easy terms.
Dt-sntAin.i: Ache Tiiacts noar tlie
city and other projiertic for Bale.
llltUCi: AVAHINQ St CO.,
Dealers in Ixita nnd Lands,
00J Foiit Stuket.
The Old Reliable
1.1 Montgomery treet,t?x'endlnn from Pino to
Uufth att-ft-ti, Kau rnuul'o, t'ul. tiimlurkf
te.m'roi incrii)', cnuwmrni 10011 taukR, in
Burnt en oftlce uml iiUc i nf nn.mrimnt. Con
tululnirnu) rooms. Tirnm i ami
Iur iiaj , r tvv i.u u 10 huh umu me noiri,
J. r YOUXU, lruirU-lur.
Information gladly I'urnuheil In ml
lioiiHfa owikh for Inspection at uny
5 room cottage on Young street, near
tvenuinuKU. ajiiy to
J. M. McChesney,
For Ton Cents you can soo thu create
inariei ot science.
To dny-"THK HAMPER SCENE."
Subjects changed daily nt Hart
C01111 any's, Hotel stroet. Exhibition
hours: v a. ui, to 0 . m. 570-tf
COTTAGE TO LET.
ON HEItKTANIA STIlEET. If..n
Punchbowl and Richards Streets. Con
tains parlor. 3 bed rooms, dining room,
l.iuiij-, ituciicu, nam, etc.
0U-:it JAS. F. MORGAN.
Two oillce rooms, en suite, on Kaihu
nnnu street, for rent. Thfso rooms have
lieen thoroughly repainted and renoral
od, nnd lieiiiK in the heart of the butt
nefs center aro very dealrah'e for
Tor particuhr apply to