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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY APRIL 3, 1895.
MI'.WN IS A NtlTMIUM.
The China left sugar at 3 cents.
1895 Cleveland bicycles, simply
G. West ofFcrs some bargains in
Company 1), N. G. H., will have
drill at the armory this evening.
Highest cash price paid for Ha
waiian stamps. C. V. Stukduvant.
Mclncrny attractively calls atten
tion today to an attractive shoe
The band will give n moonlight
concert at Thomas Square this
The China took 373 Japanese and
59 Chinese from this port to their
The sale of a strip of land in
North Kona, is advertised by the
The China sailed for Yokohama
and Hong Kong shortly after 2
o'clock this afternoon.
The remains of the late Arthur
P. Peterson will be brought back to
Honolulu for interment.
The officers of the I,eilani Iioat
'Club will meet at the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Judge McCullylate of Hon
olulu was married at Charles
ton, Maine, on March 12, to Rev. J.
If you wa'u t to buy, sell or ex
change stamps, go to JolinT. Brown,
No. 4, Masonic Temple, Alakea
street. Hox 441.
The Board of Immigration met
the President Tuesday and dis
cussed the questions of Chinese and
Japanese immigration. ,
It is likely that hi about two
weeks the Philadelphia battalion
will march to Pearl City and camp
two days on Ford Island.
Three Japanese fiishermen living
near Moanalua ate a species of gold
fish known as Oopu hui Tuesday,
and died three hours later.
Fine pleasure boats for ladies
:and gentlemen at the new Hawa
iian Boat Houso, foot of Richard
:street. Moonlight boating parties,
A regular cash auction sale of
furniture, dry gooils, mercnanuise,
barley, maccaroiii, cases lobsters,
etc., will be held by I.evey at 10 in
Just arrived at Ordway and
PorterM a full line of Antique Oak,
and Ash bed room sets, Cheffoniers
and side boards, to be sold at the
lowest prices for cash.
When you want fine watch re
pairing done or jewelry made, go to
II. G. Biart, Fort street at Gertz'.
Mr. Biart's long experience is a
guarantee of good workmanship.
Telephone 245 will secure you
prompt attention. Furniture mov
ed, baggage or freight hauled to
and from steamers. Trunks or
packages sent to Larsen's express
from other islands will be delivered.
WAS A GRAND AFFAIR.
ItKCI'.PTION TO Jilt. .
IIoMiHiillty of tlio I'lillmliiliililn-I
ship llecorntttilifl Dancing on
WITH THIS EDUCATORS.
iNTi;itKsTiN( mi;i;timi or tiii;
TKACII K ItS A SSOCI ATI O N.
Mttttiemiitlc I)lnrttRncil "Tim Inspirit
llun or tlie Teacher" Mimic of the
VICTORIA IS FAILING.
CONDITION M' IIIIITAIN'S IJUEEN
IS SAID TO IIB SUIHIIN.
ratal Is, tie rexrril nt AhniMt Any Time
The Symptom The I'rlnceis
DR. GOTO IS TO LEAYI
TIIK Mll'UOSV NIMXIAI.ISr IH TO UK
" HJIIN TO JAPAN,
1. 1. ... 1 ... ...... . .. . . ...
me riagsmp .-uuaue 11.110 incs- The adjourned monthly meeting ! NiUV York, March 23. The
uay mgiu was iikc a palace in gala t nf . Hnnnlt.lti 1WW Aori. ' U'trU'i T.r.tulrm cnrresnoiuleilt
dress. The reception in honor of ! .! .......1.1 ,r L.1.1 rn nr.- u...n..
, , . , , UWUI1 WHS IIV11L ill lilt: & , .11. l 1. ' lUIUCS US lUliUVVSi i.ll.. XMIUJ
the American Minister and Mm. lTucsdav cveI1rB. Owing to Crawford contributes to this week's
Willis was a supcri) anair. IIS .,,,.-,,, ; ,f, :.,. ,1, ' 7VM ll.n firat m.ldiV mnnllnn nf
features were man fold and alto- ;aUendallec wnB I10t so iargc as Queen Victoria's serious condition,
punier iieusing. i nc gtuiaiu our
cers had exerted themselves to pro- roil,,,.
vide entertainment for their guests
and were thoroughly successful.
The dancing began quite early and
continued till after midnight. The
band was at its best.
The guests were met at the land
ing. BotU launches and cutters 111
tow Were used in crossing the har
bor to the great jvhite cruiser that
sat at anchor quiet as a stone mansion.
Kvery attention was tnven to the
visitors on and after arrival. The
receiving party, including Minister
Willis, Admiral Heardslee and
Captain Cotton and ladies occupied
a sp.icious noon Handsomely orna
mented. The officers were organ
ized into committees and some
dashing "U. S. N." was always
ready to, assist a guest. Captain
Cochrane, Lieutenant Ingersoll,
Dr. Winslow and the others fairly
outdid themselves in hospitality.
1 lie dancing was on the main
and hurricane decks and for a time
both were crowded. Refreshments
vvete served below and consisted of
little less than a banquet.
I he decorations deserve"- more
than passing mention. Flags of
all nations, the greens and blos
soms of Hawaii, myriads of sparkl
ing electric lights and pretty pieces
of war's munitions were most effec
tively arranged. It was all very
novel and artistic. I here was an
arc with the word "Aloha' 111
letters of incandescent lamps. Be
hind this was a fan of swor Is. In
front was a field with a golden
pheasant mounted in a natural atti
tude. It was all bewildering to
the landspeople. The beauty of
the scene had barely more than the
pleasing suggestion of being aboard
Ihe fortunate guests included
the wealth and youth and beauty
of the city. It was quite a dressy
function and some of the, ladies
were magnificently gowned. Be
sides the regular society folks, there
were present most of the Govern
ment officials and nearly all of the
business men of the city. Every
one who danced or viewed the
ship in party costume will long
remember the reception and the
cordial hospitality of the Philadelphia.
1 here was ample entertainment
aside from dancing and the smok
ing room. The canvass walls could
be pushed aside, disclosing the
Pacific with moonbeams silver tiut-
ng her surface, the distant lulls
bathed in soft light, the sleeping
town, and bringing to the ears the
symphony of band music, merry
laughter and the dash and roajc.01
the swell upon the reef.
President Hosnicr of Oahu concerning which
occupied the chair and private discussion.
there is much
A native was passing around a
notice this nlorning on which it
was stated that all Hawaiians are
invited to visit the flagship Phila
delphia between the hours of 1
and 5 p. m. Saturday. All will
A. S. and G. N. Wilcox are in
George Iyycurgus returned
Kauai this morning.
John A. McCandless has" gone to
Hawaii with Mr. Dole.
Henry Waterhouse accompanied
.the President to Kauai.
Dr. Walter Maxwell was the
only cabin passenger for Honolulu
jjy the umna.
Geortre E. Fairchild, wife and
Miss Fairchild arrived from Kauai
by the James Makee today
Mr. V. A. Kinney, who has
been on Government business in
Sound country lately, will return
home by the Australia.
A rad 1'eutuie
Of Hood's Sarsanarllla Is tliat wlillo It purl
fl.es the blood ami sends it coursing through
the voins full of richness and houlth, it also
Imparts new life and vigor lo every f auction
f,r the hodv. Hence the expression so often
h-nnl! "Hood's Nnrsanarltla iiu.de ft new
nersoil of 1110." It overcomes that tired feel
ing so common now.
Hood's I'illM are purely vegetable, per
fectlv harmless, always relb
iablo uml bene-
.m 1 MnnBn la knt.t nn llln At F..C.
-Tllld rAf fcrl DAKhS . AdvertUit
no,64miU iltTvhaut'H Exdmupe. -an
Professor Lightfoot of Fort Street
school assisted as secretary.
The first thing on the program
was an exercise with bells by boys
of Kauluwela school. Prof. Arm
strong Smith, principal of that in
stitution, was present and superin
tended the exhibition. The exer
cise was very clever indeed and
was loudly applauded.
Prof. J. M. Chase continued his
lecture from last mouth on
mathematics. At last meeting his
remarks were upon methods
of teaching fractions. Tuesday
evening he advanced to the next
step and spoke of the application of
principles. Dr. A. B. Lyons follow
ed on the same lines speaking more
particularly of the forms of work in
Rev. Kenneth Duncan delivered
the address of the eveninp;. His
subject was "The Inspiration of
the Teacher." The address showed
careful preparation and was replete
witli sound argument. He con
sidered that a teacher drew his best
inspiration from the needs he could
see in the faces of the pupils before
During the eveninfr musical
selections' by Mr. and Mrs. Love
were well received.
MtMlonary Sclio.mrr Preparing
The Seventh Day Adveutist
missionary brig Pitcairn is fitting
out for a cruise anion": the South
Pacific islands. She was built at
Vallejo several years ago to take
the place of the missionary schooner
Phoebe Chapman which was lost
in the South Seas. The disaster
was looked upon by a large
number of the members of the
Adveutist church as a judge
ment sent upon her and her
co-religionists because she was
purchased at auction in Honolulu
on a Saturday. For a while the
question of accepting her even after
the purchase was' completed was a
subject of much dissension, but the
elders considered that as she was
hard and fast on their hands the
end must sanctify the means and
she was sent away with a load of
missionaries and station supplies
and disappeared forever from the
ocean, leaving not a vestige of her
self and people behind.
Six hot batlin for 81 at J. Ashworth'a
model barber shop, No. SO Kin;; street.
A Sicnat Victory fur lite Aloha's ,1'opular
When the schooner Aloha ar
rived in San Francisco November
last, the customs officials seized a
quantity of cigars that the master,
Captain Dabel, had on board that
were not listed on the ship's mani
fest, and for his alleged infraction
of the law the captain was fined
$500. Captain Dabel paid the fine
under protest and placed his case
in the hands of William H. Thorn
ley, who appealed from the dec.s-i-m
of the local authorities to the
higher authorities at Washington
on the ground that the cigars were
for the personal use of the captain.
A dispatch has been received Irom
Washington, tating that Captain
Dabel had won his case and that
the Secretary of the Treasury had
remitted the fine imposed.
American legation llei-eptlon.
The American Minister and Mrs,
Willis will hold the first of their
informal, monthly receptions to
morrow afternoon. The band of
the Philadelphia has been kindly
tendered for these occasions and
there will be dancing lrotn 3 10 5
No invitations are issued, and all
Of medical ngcnt3 is gradually relcgut
ing tlio old-tlmo lwrbs. pills, draughts
and vup;etniiiu extracts to 1110 rear nnu
brineinir into uencral use tlio pleasant
and neetive liquid laxative, 8)'rup of
Figs. To get the true remedy see that
it is manufactured by tlio Julifornia Fit;
Sj run Co, only. For fate by all leading
Conies to tlio Front With New
A branch of the Annexation
Club was formed at Moanalua last
evening. The following were
chosen officers of the club: C.
Makacua, president: J. Kapoli,
vice president; W. Davis, secre
tary; J. Malao, treasurer. Execu
tive Committee: Rev. D. Kapali,
E. Pipi, J. K. Maloa, S. W.
Hoohieli and W. Pomai. For the
present mcctiugs will be held every
Will bell Lunches.
Beginning with tomorrow the
ladies will put up home-made
lunches and have them for sale at
the Woman's Exchange. They
will be in packages convenient to
take away. Orders for lunches of
this kind can be filled 011 notice.
they good for?
Mrs. Crawford writes that on the
arrival at the railway station at
Nice the Queen "seemed unable lo
raise her head. She looked up and
around under her eyelids as if
wanting strength lo look otherwise.
One might have thought she did
not feel her feet under her, as with
the assistance of her servants, she
tried to descend the sloping gang
way from the train into the sta
tion." It is well known among
those familiar with court affairs
that rhcumitism of the knees
has lately not-only developed com
plete loss of power ove both legs
but has extended to the back and
arms, and that a fatal issue is to be
feared at almost any time.
Princess Beatrice, who is now
the Queen's constant companion,
has of late been always present
during her interviews with the
Ministers, and is recognized in
official circles as practically the
wielder of all the royal preroga
tives. A place to spend a few quiet bouts is
the llaiilwul Jtat lis. Wuiklkl cars pais
The following persons have taUeiPpas
sage for the Coast by the Alameda, due
W G Irwin and family, W ti Pope and
wife, Win Taj lor, Captain Cromplon,
Schofield, I.ee Hoffman and wife, M
Iteyuold, Julian Jtotisarrat, A D Htnilli.
Miss Hattie Lewers, S H Levy and
wife, Setli Drew, Tl.rtn1.13 McC.ileh,
Walter 8 Andrews, Mrs mid Miss Fair
chilil, Miss Cummins, () N and A H Wil
cox, A C Lntidin, Mrs Eleanor Graham
anil son, James Gorevan, Mrs Walter
Thomae, Mrs L'ltbrop and child, Mrs 11
G Winn. Mrs FMulkuy. Mrs Klizi Good-
passage. They go to Mare Island lo
stand examination. Their names lire:
I) M Berry, J A Perry, I' N Olnmtuid,
F II Upl.am, A A McKethan and F D W
Ills Work Here-11. m llrlnl Trcntlilelit-
lloi.nl r iirniii, Knunueiiiriit
Dr. M. Goto, the-leprosy special
ist' will return to Japan by the
Coptic, April 30. He has been
employed by the Board of Health
on Molokai for nearly two years.
Every facility for experimenting
with the disease was thrown to the
specialist and his work watched
with a great deal of interest. His
treatment benefitted temporarily,
but no permanent cures are record
ed. Physicians doubt the merits
of Dr. Goto's celebrated treatment.
Dr. Goto's second year with the
Board of Health terminated at the
end of March. He was given
several months' notice that, on ac
count of the establishment of an ex
perimental station at Kalihi, his
services would no longer be requir
ed. He came to Honolulu a few
days ago since which time he has
invited consultation with p-iople
interested in' his business.
The specialist is a man of con
siderable reputation. His Japan
ese credentials are first class. For
several years he was cpgaged in the
practice of his profession in Japan
and. is there pronounced a success.
He comes of a family of leprosy
specialists, having four brothers
who have engaged mo:e or less of
their lives in that line of work. In
Japan he will resume his former
practice. Dr. Goto is a very in
intelligent man and speaks Several
Gould has been reading
has been very
Debs has lectured at Sacra
mento. Kansas city has had a million
A considerable rush to Alaska
gold fields is on.
There has been a slight earth
quake in Colorado.
In Peru, 2500 have been killed
O. II. Mumm & Co. Ahead.
The following list shows the importa
tions of champagne into the United
States for the years 189J and 1891; by
which it will lie seen that Mtiinni 0:
Company's Extra Dry is far in the lead
of nil other brands, us taken from the
official statistics of the New York cus
O. II. Mumm & Co. Ex. Dry,
l'oiuiner.i tic Uleno, . . . ,
1'lluT llelilslei k Sec
uciuslecjc .v vo
71, 7M H0.7TH
1 ,ppj w.iill
The small size is just the thing
for an afternoon tea, for the beach
or a week's outing in the country
light, neat and ready in a minute.
Sportsmen and Boat
Clubs take notice, . . .
The other styles are just the
right thing for any size family or
New Process Stow. o. V. STUKDJJVANT,
TtX.VH. P. O. Uox,63. WARING BLOCK. Sole Auont,
(Cor Fort at d BersULi t Kt.)
Soiiln Original Sillies lire llelnir Prepared
l or tlio 1.1th.
The first steriopticon entertain
ment to be given by Captain
Cochrane of the Philadelphia and
Mr. Hedemauu will take place at the
Drill Shed Saturday evening, April
l-x. Dr. Pratt will assist Mr.
Hedemauu in making arrangements
for the occasion as well as in oper
ating the lantern on the evening of
By the steamers Tuesday two
packages of new and choice slides
were received, one box from
Japan and otic from the States
Mr. Hedemauu has also prepared
quite a number of slides from
Citizen Guards' squad and military
Company pictures. Captain
Cochrane is an experienced lecturer
and will surely delight all who at
The proceeds of the entertain
ment will be given to the leper
band. So certain has it been felt
that enough money would be forth
coming, the instruments required
by the baud have been ordered in
advanre and should be here in a
Johnny Iucas, Grecian: L. Hille
brand, German; James Smith,
English; Guido Raubal, Austrian;
J. Guerrero, Spanish; and I en
Sian, UUinese; liave talceu tlie
Henry Clay and Hock & Co, Factory,
UOl.USTEK & CO.'S.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
leldsieck & (Jo ,
)r .Monon'l ntitl Cluli Drv.
Ilula -rt, 1'ereet Fit
lrrny ,V 'n.,
lielb.ckfc Co.. ......
line tie Monteliello
Chug. J'-.rre, , .
Kmir& Co., Sec
Varluus Other Uranus, . .
Meters. Mncfarlano & Company are
the roe,ulurIy appointed ugenes for these
Ilrniilnes for the Approaching Tournn
The drawings for the tenuis
tournament Saturday week took
place at noon tonay. Prelimi
naries must be arranged beloic
Friday the 12th, and finals and
semi-finals on the 13th. The
players will be: H. M. Wood and
A. II . Conant ( Philadelphia )
against B. L,. Marks and A. St. M.
Mackintosh; W. H. Coney and C.
H. V. Norton against A. L,. C.
Atkinson and S. G. Woods; V,
Waterhouse and W. Godfrey
against C. K. Hyde and V. W.
Thrum; D. Kawauanakoa and H.
M. Mist against Dr. H. Howard
and W. V. Dillingham.
AIIIIIUK 1. I'KTKItbOX.
The revolution in Cuba is now
little more than a guerilla war.
Pour firemen killed and if 40,000
up in smoke at a Denver blaze.
Members of the Tacotna city
council are accused of boodliug.
Chas. Couldock, the actor of
Dunstati Kirke fame, has retired.
Japanese are taking the places of
Union sailors out of San Prancisco.
Bullion worth $80,000 was
stolen from the Carson, Nov.,
Utah women want to vote under
the constitution of the proposed
It is now said that the Alliaucia
was carrying arms lor Cuban
It is now reported that Russia
will interfere to save territory to
China from Japan.
Another revolution has been go
ing on in San Salvador. A lot of
insurgents Were shot.
England demands a cash in
demnity from Nicaragua, for ex
pelling Minister Hatch.
Gales have swept over England.
Eleven persons were killed. Sand-
ringham residence was damaged.
A woman who was to be a wit
ness against cattle thieves was
lynched at her home in Nebraska.
The Woman Suffrage bill, which
passed the House at Phoenix, A.
f., by a large majority, has been
defeated in the upper branch.
A new Pair will, written in pen
cil, has been offered for probate. It
leaves the $40,000,000 direct to the
children, without trust intervention.
Funeral of the HuwallHii Cltticn at Han
San Francisco Cull,
A large circle of Hawaiians,
friends and brethren in exile, as
sembled in the undertaking par
lors of Martin & Morrison, 118
Geary street, yesterday afternoon,
to attend the luneral services over
A. P. Peterson, ex-Attorney-Gen
eral of Hawaii, who died at the
California Hotel Saturday evening
the services were conducted by
Rev. C. O. Brown, pastor of the
I'irst Congregational Church.
After the singing of a hymn, Mr.
Blown read a chapter from the
Scripture, nud delivered a short but
touching luneral address.
The preacher read a biographical
sketch of th: deceased. He then
"As regards the political sym
pathies of him who lies dead belore
us, there is a tullercuce ot opinion
as there must always be in all
earthly things. This much may
be said: He was honest and sincere
Helms now gone to meet die great
and eternal King, who judges all
with the judgment that is eternal
The remains will be kept at the
undertaking parlors until April 2
when they will be shipped to H0110
lulu by tucjsteainer Australia.
Weekly Si ah. 14.00 per year.
ALL ALONG TIIK DOCKS.
I.INi: OF NAILIMI VI.HMLI.M I'ltOM
I'OIt fl, A Ml I'llO.IIX'TF.D.
Still I'llliiB Siinar Into lh Onkm
OI)iiiIh Ii 1'romti.eil Wnhltierif
The James Makee will sail at 4
o'clock for Haiiatuaulu.
I The Norma is on the Marine
railway being cleaned up.
j The Waialeale sailed -at 9 a. in.
today for Maui and Hawaii.
I Tlie Wahlberg has sailed from
Sail Prancisco south for guano,
I The I.ikelikc came in this morn
ing from Hawaii and Olowalu.
' The Olympia may be made the !
I Pacific fl igship and scut to Hono
DIPLOMAT AM) I'KKSS.
stati:mi:nt of tiii: couuTKsins
AMI LIMIT H IN TIILSK I'llL.MISLS,
'llookH C01.I11I11 no I'rerr.lenl"-nxprri.
lion by Wel.ftler-.The Conduct of
Mlntitrr I.. A. llniMlon.
Washington Star, March 20.
A member of the diplomatic corps,
long in the service and well vcr.scd
in the procedure, said:
"The books do not contain a
precedent warranting a demand for
a minister's recall because he has
stated to the public or the press a
condition of facts within his coun
try. The contrary was expressly!
held by Mr. Webster when he was'
Secretary of State and also in a
Spanish case. In the case of Mr.
Ihurston he was under no obliga-
ONE NEW HACK, made by O. West,
"mi Second Hand Hack nearly new, uno
Second Hand Buggy only used about
two months, one Spring Druy, nearly all
new and In good order villi lie sold Tirr
low for ciuli, or short credit to resKnif
ble p.irtles. Enquire of
Mii'oiilc Block, corner Hotel ami
Alakea stieets. 622-2w
Ihe next mail from the Coast ,., ,:., r u
"VIU IIIIUI IIIU.IUII Ul IIIV iV 1 1 ltlV.I
wilt be by the Australia next Mon
The Kaala will leave at 3 o'clock
for Waiauae, Waialua and Ka
liuku. The Martha Davis is at the rail
way wharf, where she will finish ,
The T. P. Oakcs took 2300 bags
Ouomea sugar from the Hawaii
The King Cyrus left for Sail
Prancisco today, taking 22,084
The Makee from Kauai and the
Kaala from the West Side both ar
rived this meriting.
The Alameda will fall due Thurs
day from the" Colonies via Samoa
on her way to San Prancisco.
Court-martial was held aboard
the Philadelphia this morning. An
orderly was brought to trial charged
variously for misconduct up town.
It is reported from San Prancisco
that three ships have already been
chartered for the new line of sailing
vessels irom Portland, OreKon, to
K.oin S.in l'Vancisco. per I M S S
China, April 2 Ur Welter .Maxwell,
! 10111 Kauai, per rtnir James Makee.
April ii 0 N Wilcox, A S Wilcox, (I
E l-'aircliild, Mis Puirchild. Miss Fair-
child, (1 V Smith, lleorge I.ycurgus,
and S deck,
For Vancouver, 11 C, per CASS
Wtirrimoo, April 2 Mile C Lorgeaux.
W Johnson, wife and U children. I) 11
Buchanan, A Scott, Iv Levi, wife and U
children, George Slinson, J Harding,
V Hansen, W U Ogg anil wife, Mrs
Seabrook, MLnSeahrook .1 1 Nilingule.
Mrs A S II Burrowes and Master Alex
For Maul per stmr Clatidine. April 2
II I Baldwin. Miss Mary Hnuh, F A
dinner, .nisi liltuey, Jlr Huclioltz, J
W Dean,, Itev II Kohara, J 1' Silva.
For Kaui per stmr Iwahuil' Auril 2
President Hole, W II ltice, II Water-
louse, A MeUrlde, W C Parke, Mls
itta Wilcox. Miss lilslo Wi cox. I.
Horner, A Iofiiulsl, Mii.8 Lofnuist, U
Wilcox, A Uiee, C Rice, F NParker,
.Mr and .Mrs Walters, J A McCandles.
For Yokohama nor S S China. April
Q O Nacaruma. Ur ICuwaibi. I)r
Kacai, wife and child, Dr S Noda. 1
mai. Mr and .Mrs K W Kimble. It F
Coulter. F It. Forester, and T W
Wkd.nksiiav, A pi 3
Stmr Kaala, Brown, from wind
Stmr James Mnkee. Peterson, from
Stmr I.ikelike. WoWberth. from Muni
and Ha wuii.
WMlNESIlAY. Apl 3
Stmr Waialeale. tjinvthe. for La-
haiur., Ivukiiihaido and Ilonokaa.
I' M S 8 China, Seabury, for Yoko-
Stmr James Makee. Peterson, for
tjtinr Uhui. Weir, for Maui and
Stmr Kaala. Brown, for windward
Am sclir Kim: Ctrus. ChrUtensen. for
Heavy Clalmi From larlt Agalmt
Edma Genevieve Trousseau of
Paris, as widow of the late Dr,
George P. Trousseau, has brought
suit against Bruce Cartwright and
H. E. Mclntyre, executors of the
Trousseau will, to recover the sum
of 127. 331.16, alleged to be duo
plaintiff under an agreement ot
separation dated July 13, 1882.
I lie complaint states that 5000
frauces were to be paid plaintiff
annually, but that only one pay
ment had been made. Principal
and interest from that time forward
is claimed. May 6 is selected as
the day for hearing. Antonio
rry represents plaintiff.
Regular Cash Sale
I will sell by 1'ulilic Auction at my
On Thursday, April 4th,
At 10 o clock a. in.
CIltOCEMES. DKY GOODS.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Sacks Hurley, Cases Lobsters, Miccaronl,
L. J. LEVEY,
"Star" Electric Works
, Fint Printing,
VHSSF.LS L1IAVINO TOMOIIUOW.
TllL'ltSIlAV. Apl 4
Stmr Hawaii." Fitzgerald, for Haka.
kalau, l'cycekeo and Hilo 4 p i:i
I.MI'OIITS AND COXSI'iNF.F.S.
Makee from Kauai. Anl
bigar, for II Haukfeld &
from Kalitiku. April 3
nun najrs sugar lor uriuuaum K water-house
i:.I'01tTS AND CONSIONOIIS.
Per SS Warrimoo, for Vancouver.
piil 2 lllt hunches, 2,17 crates anil 2(1
boxes lunatias, 2 cases naturalist's
Per King Cvrtts. for San Francl-co.
April u vi,u4 us sugar
VF.hHEItt IN I'OltT.
U B F 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, Fan Fran
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Selir W K Jewett. Hound
Selir Norma, Sm-iison, C'laxtou, DC
nuip it r inane, ijiverpcoi.
Ilk lloliert Buitileu, Newcastle
Ilk Sunmlra. llerrv. llllo
ilk Alden llee. Potter. It Iddkelr
KlilpT F Onkes. S F
Minn llawuuun iIoh, Aewcafttle
Ilk Martha IlavU, II K
llttu H (1 iVi I, er. Be Inn dt. B K
tiehr Aloha, H F
B N Castle, llublinrd, B. F.
Ilk Harry .Morse, lsowoiUo
Ilk Triton, 1-t-lnm, Uve,--ul
imposed on those convicted of
rebellion. The department has its
own medium of information in Mr.
Willis. On the other hand there is
no precedent against Mr. Thurs
ton's giving information to the
press before or after giving it to the
department as to the sentences of
the rebels. It was information as
to facts which had actually occur
red, and not of subjects involved in
diplomatic negotiations. The pre
cedents are agreed that a minister
should not communicate with the
press or give opinions on purely
diplomatic questions, but he is al
ways at liberty to state conditions
At the Am n il Meeting of tlie Stock
hohleis nf Ihe Kii,iioluni Park Associa
tion, held on the 1st day of April, A. D.
lbtli, Ihe following gentlemen welo
i Ii cte.I to serve as Olllcern for the en
suing .war, vl?:
President ...A. S. Cleghorn
Vice-Presiileiii Cecil llrown
Treasurer W. U. Irwin
Secretary.. . W. M, Giffard
IIOABD OP DlltECTOItS:
A. S. Cleghorn. Cecil Jliown, W. (!,
Irwin. W. M. Gi.raril, J. Campbell, T.
It. Walker, II. J. Nolle. E. . Cnnhn,
C. II. WINon, T. S. Douglas. Allan
w. m. niri- nn.
Secretary Kapiohnl IMik Assn.
1 1 molii In, II. I,, April I, 1.-93.
A Vulu I, imiuli.
Xt U said that Tompklni, the celebrate-.
m-Ulns master nf St. Paul's t-chnol lb
London, was tlio wiincst of all itcmm-n
Thmtigli life ho tlrcmned that iieunsanship
v.a.i one f the tine arts and that a writ
IU(! master should lie scilcd with lilt i-otv
In tho ncademy. lie bequeathed to I he
UrltUli ltuM-um hlSTjpus magnum, n cop
it MacUlln's llllile, profiiMly cniU'lIbditii
with the most beautiful and varitd work
ot Ids H-u, and as ho ciineeiviil that IkiU.
thu workman nnd the .Mirk would Ik
durllug objects with ilcrlty lie left
l.imethtlig Immortal with the ligaey lib
hlio btift by Chanlrey, unucci.mpanlcd b
ulilch the iniM-um was not hi receive the
Wlien Tompkins applied to have hi'
bu-t made, tho great sculptur generously
r.lutrd Miuiethlug from his usual price
nnd cimsidcr..to of tho feelings of tho writ
lugum-lcr treated him Mil brother intltt
Vlils was uiidoubtf-dly tho proudest ".lay Ii
An eminent nitbt nnd wit, looking a
this lino Lust of Tompkins, ouco exclaim
vd, ' And this man died forwant of a din
her!" Which remark was in n liHa.-un
The iK-nmun had long felt that ho Flood
ilcsr.ulcd in tho sejilu of genius by not In
lug refilled at the iiccdcniy, nt least 1l
tlio class of enaravi-rs. The next npproael
to tic.ideuilc honors he comi lvcd would I J
that of appearing ill a giust at tho annua'
dinner. Hut unfortunately the iiKuItni;
pcrsKted In considering Tompkins as r.
writing master, and In spite uf so mail
jtrntngems and remonstrances lie nevei
ni-elvid oni! of tho (oietid Imitations.
Tho vain tiuin never censed to dcplon
tho failure i.f his hopoi and allowed tin
disappoint mint to prey upon Lis spirit,
until Jt fitltcted his hiiilth. In spile uf
everything, tho luckiest i-alljarcphcr dleO
without having dlnul nt I ho uctutcniy.
II.mt Zola Writes.
Zola Is n slow writer and seems lo have
difficulty iu the uieremecliHiilcal operation
of penmanship. Four pages, not n line
more or less, day after day without Inter
ruptinu for years and years, llnoiipon lino,
this has been tlio secret of a litirary pro
duction which has not its equal among
Immense preparation bitil been necessa
ry for tho "Fautu do l'Abbo Mouret."
Mountains of notebooks were heaped up
on ills table, ami lor inonins .oia was
plunged In tho study of religious works.
Ml the myiitlcal luirt or tlie book, nuu no
tably tho passages have reference to tlit
coitus of Mary, was taken from the works
of the Spanish Jesuits.
Ihe "Imitation uf Jesus Clirlsl" was
largely drnwn iikiu, uuviy passages being
copied almost uord fornord into the nov
el much us In "Clarissa Ilarlowe" that
other great realist, Itichardson, copied
whole passages from the Psalms. The
description of ltfu lu n grand seminary
was given mm by a priest who had been
dismissed from ecclesiastical service. The
little Church nf Suintu Mario des Itatl-
Riiolies was regularly visited. "Krulle Zo
laA btudy," by H. II. bhcrard.
At 7:ti0 p. tn., nt the
!i room rottnee on Voting street, near
Keautnokii. Apply to
J. M. McCliesney,
At WA1KIKI, on car line and on
PAI.AMA KOAD near fertilizing plant
l'hese lots are very cheap and will le
sold on easy terms.
Desirable Acitn Tuacts near the
city and other properties for sale.
BltUCE WAItlNO & CO.,
Dealers in Lots nnd'Lands.
.103 I'OHT STIIEET.
The reading of romances Is forbidden bj
tho Koran; hence popular tales nro uuvei
put In writing among Molmmmcduus, hui
are passed from one story teller It. another
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.,
Cor. Quie.-i mid NuiaMU Sts.
MISS MHk CAHILL.
Monday, Tuesday, Weljesiay
APRIL 1st, 21, 31.
AH L1NUT0N 1IL0CK, HUTKL ST., ' , i n
OUITAHS from 10 tin.
VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, COHNhTS,
Musical Instrument Supplies,
Mut-ic ordered liy eiery steamer.
Tambourines SOo to TJKX).
FLUTES and l'ICCOLOS.
Eyeglasses nntl Siicctncles
Carefully filled to all
'sights and frames corn- ,
fortably adjusted ....
olden Rule Bazaar
Domestic, Sewing Machines. Tilts
machine surpos.-es ull others iu ex
cellence ot llnuii and durability; on
it you can make Lock Stitch, Chain
Stitch, Embroider, Hem, Tuck,
ICullle, and make Button Holes.
mil Tjjjieicriter Huipliei
By the Australia arrives a large nnd
uomplelu Block of
.... l'UNCHINO HAGS.
KOUTIIALLS, TKNNIS HALLS,
TKNNIS ItACKKIS, II ASK l
HALL HATS, MASKS, HALLS,
MIT1S nud OLOVKS.
TKNNIS NKIS AND l'OLES
AND OllOQULT StnS
rYastenhoIm's Poclet Knives and Razors.
Wade & Butcher Razors from 50c up.
I1AI.MA, I'AHC'lIESl.CllIiSS, OOM-
liiuu, mil it, AUinuics and
other Curd (iauies.
Hand Sewing Machines $8:50 and
SewuiK .Machine Needles
for all kinds uf machines.
NOVK LS, NOVKLS, NOVK LS
H Every Steamer.
HAlll HltUSHES, SIIAV1NU
IIUUSHKS. COMHS. Etc. . .
l'UKSEb. CAUU CASES, AND
CillUlltK.N'8 I'lCTUUE IIOOKd, DOLLS
ami luvb 01 all Uescriptlons.
Our luiliic i ettabllihetl on
Cos. Intuit ubnoluttly, ronse;iuiif
irr nil. ujvru IU sell Ul lUlt
W. F. REYNOLDS, Pup.
CP P F A complMo uiiuhhI U. S. COLUMBIAN
lilkla set, vslunl at Jii. t ull particular
for ttsmu. u. v, tiASliy, ttoi sen, bu Fran.