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THE HAWAIIAN STAR. MQNDAY AP.RIL 8, 1895.
NKWS IN A MJTMIKI.I
Local news on page 1.
Cleveland bicycles, .simply
Sequah at the Old Armory this
just received at the
The Austra'ia left sugar
cents, same as last report.
"Squad 8" meets at the O. K. &
L. depot tomorrow evening.
WicUman, the jeweler, calls at
tention today to umbrellas.
Highest cash price paid for Ha
waiian stamps. C. V. Sturduvant.
The Fire Department has not
been called out in nearly a mouth.
Company A, N. G. H., is
ordered out for this evening's drill.
Palm Sunday was observed in
most of the church services Sun
day. All the latest papers, periodicals
and books at the Golden Rule
A Chinaman was arrested Sun
day for taking a meat knife and
chasing a native.
On account of battalion drill this
evening the usual conceit will not
take place at Bmma Square.
Twenty H awe Hans were con
firmed by the Bishop at St. An
drew's cathedral yesterday.
If you want to buy, sell or ex
change stamps, go to JohnT. Brown,
No. 4, Masonic Temple, Alakea
street. Box 441.
A meeting of the Kilohana Art
League is called for 7:30 on the
15th at the home of Mrs. W. C.
Parke on Beretania.
The baseball game at Makiki
Saturday, between the Philadel
phias and town boys, was a victorj
for the latter by a score of 10 to 5.
The baseball league will meet at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday to finally
dispose of the matter of admitting
the Kamehameha team.
B'iue pleasure boats for ladies
and eeutlemen at the new Hawa
iian Boat House, foot of Richard
street. Moonlight boatiiig parties,
On Thursday at 10 a.m. Jas. V
Morgan will auction at ins place a
fine collection of furniture and bric-
a-brac. The goods will be on exhi
bition tomorr' hi Wednesday.
I'llli FILIBUSTER TALK.
C. W. ASlll'Olll) SAYS THAT IIH WILL
HIS IN Till: ItAIIl.
Likely Happening, He Mints Joaquin
Millar's Suggmtlnns Hit
After discussing in a humorous
way rumors of filibustering to Ha
waii, C. V. Ashford says in the
San Francisco Call'.
"Hut seriously," Mr. Ashford
continued, "it is fery likely that a
filibustering expedition to Hawaii
will be started and that I will be
right in the middle of it. Injustice
to my common sense, Jiowever, I
will say that when I charter a ves
sel to take me and my friends and
our guns to Hawaii, the public at
latge will neither be informed nor
consulted in the matter."
The Evening Report, San Fran
Cisco, says mat uonsui Wilder lias
been informed that Ashford & Co.
are getting up an expedition.
In a talk of a page in the Call,
Joaquin Miller, says this govern
ment is cowardly and cruel and
everything else it should not be.
He hints broadly that it would be
easy for a filibuster outfit to take
the Islands and that t would be a
worthy enterprise with heavy pro
fits in view. Miller appeals "to the
ladies of the Pacific coast to send
reading matter to the prisoners.
The latter he says are persecuted,
denied even air, and should be
liberated at once.
Six hot Imths for $1 at J. Ashworth'a
model bnrber shup, No. SO King street.
MAKE A CANAL SURVEY.
this is thi: Di'.cisioN oi- Tin: cm
To He Undertaken at Once An Ameri
can KnterprUe Warner Miller
When you want tine watch re
pairing done or jewelry made, go to
H. G. Biart, Port 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.
Want o Come H.ick.
.'Applications lor return permits
have been made to the Foreign
The Cabinet will consider the
HA VAN A CIGA KS,
from the 1 '
Henry Clay and Dock & Co. Factory,
HOl.LISTER & CO.'S.,
Corner Eort nd Merchant Street'.
That Tired Feellllir
Is a dangerous condition directly due to de
pleted or impure lilooil. It should not je
allowed to continue, ns in its debility the sys
tem Is especially liable to serious attacks of
Illness. Hood's Harsaparilla is the remedy
for such a condition, and also for that weak
ness w hich prevails at the change of season,
climate or lite.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable care
fully prepared from the best Ingredients"
John Kmmeluth is at home again.
W. II. Coruwell returned to the
Col. Geo. W. Maefarlane is buck
from San Francisco.
Frank L. Hoogs, editor of the
Paradise, returned today.
The only "liillie faharlock is
among hi Honolulu chums again.
Captain W. A. Kinney returned
by this morning's steamer from the
Mrs. M. de Souza Canavaro, wife
of the Portuguese charge d'affaires,
Harry Wooten, the Rambler
boomer, is back with new wheels
and cycling ideas.
Joseph Hyman of Hyman Bros,
returned from America today after
an absence of fifteen months.
Mrs. A. Fowler and Mrs. Has
son, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Neumann, arrived by the Australia
D. G. Camarinos, brother of
"Pete," came down by the Aus
tralia. He says P. G. likes San
Francisco and is getting fat.
Dr. E. S. Goodhue and wife of
California arrived today. The
Doctor will take the position of
Government physician at Koloa,
Mr. W. Rcmensperger, the pro
prietor of the celebrated Enterprise
beer, arrived today on the Austra
lia and is quartered at the Arling
ton Hotel. Mr. Reoienspergerwas
formerly with the John Weilaud
brewery at a salary of 10,000 per
year, which position he was com
pelled to give up and give bis en
tire attention to the Enterprise beer.
rutieial of Arthur I'. I'etemon.
The body of the late Arthur P.
Peterson arrived from San Fran
cisco by the Australia this morn
ing. The funeral took place from
the house of deceased s parents at
2:10 this alteruoon. 1 hough a
private affair a large number of
friends were present, and
he native band headed the
procession to Nuuami Cemetery
where interment took place. Dr.
Garvin of the Christian Church
Washington, D.C., April t.
It is slated that at last Friday's
Cabinet meeting it was practically
decided to send a surveying party
at once to make a survey of the
Nicaragua canal route. The board
will be sent to Greytown on an
American war vessel as soon as
The visit of Warner Miller and
others from New York last week
had much to do with this determi
nation of President Cleveland and
his Cabinet. The survey is, of
course, ol lirst consideration, out it
is said that this Government was
actuated by a desire to emphasize
the concern it feels 111 the canal
project and serve notice early that
it is to be distinctly an American
enterprise by thus pre-empting its
Warner Miller and others of the
Maritime Canal Company have
agreed to put men at work imme
diately in clearing away under
brush, etc., so as to make the
work of .survey easier for the board.
Paul Voeller, who has been with
the C. Hustace grocery house
several years, is going into business
for himself. He has secured one
of the stores in the Bruce Waring
block and will establish the
"Young America Cash Grocery."
Mr. Voeller is well acquainted with
the local trade and should do well.
He goes to the Coast by the Aus
tralia to buy goods.
A COUNCILMAN HOME.
IU;rUHN (II JOHN . .MMHI.UTII I IIO.M
IIIK UNITDI) STATUS.
1'iirrliasnl n Cannery I'tant Annexation
Asiatics Some Ideal on
ALL ALONG -THE DOCKS.
sciiooMiit vim: in thoihii.i:
Australia's I'lne Trip nnd 'CarK
Schooner Trouper Here Cauicht
by a Squall.
Councilman John Emmeluth is The. I.chua arrived last night
back from the States, and looks , from Maui.
well. He visited San Francisco, j Mate Gregory is now captain of
Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, Cin-j the Waialeale.
cinnati, Baltimore, Philadelphia, The W. G. Irwin is about due
Pittsburg, New York, and went as 'from San Francisco.
far east as Boston. In Baltimore j The Kaala left at 9 this morning
he learned much about handling for a circuit of Oalui.
Alex. Clilitliolm Surreetl C. Hammer. Hie
Veteran Harness Man.
C. Hammer, the veteran harness
maxerat.the corner of Fort and
King street, has sold his business
to Alexander Chisholm. On ac
count of age Mr. Hammer retires
from business altogether. He has
been for many years a figure in
Honolulu's mercantile life, and
only retires when he has almost
reached his "three seore and ten."
Mr. Chisholm has been employed
11 the shop for several years, and
is well known. He will continue
the business at the old stand.
''Scijnah" Makes friend.
"Sequah," the man with new
medicines, had large crowds at the
old armory Saturday afternoon and
evening. He made a good impres
sion on his hearers. The native
band was in attendance and will be
there again tonight, admission free.
A nlac ti spend a few unlet hours is
thu Ilamwai Hit In. Wnikiki cms pass
Tlli:V MAY WIN.
Lieutenant Holi and Officer
Logan are now in Kau, Hawaii
The former is still quite, weak.
Cuban insurrectionist Itrcniiiluir More
TAJtrA, Fla., March 30. News
received from Cuba says: The civil
guard of Havana are acknowledg
ing the strength of the insurrec
tion. The landing of Maco with
1000 men, near Boeaco, is gener
ally conceded. A Cuban report is
that arms were disembarked near
Santiago by Cubans on the 24th
Brooks is said to have left the
island with Masso commanding his
troops during his absence. SantO'
cildes is said to have been routed
bv Amador Guerre on the 22d
with slight losses. Camagnay in
surgents are 111 command of the
Marquez de Santa Luca. They
are in possession of the town
Camagnay. All the insurgent's
forces are tocusing toward Yara,
whither they intend forming the
Republic. La (Jambre has been
captured by Guilterman at Baire
and is now a prisoner at Monte
negro, a nana at vmaies in
Vuelta Abajo district, near Havana,
is said to number 200.
O. H. Muuiln Si Co. Ahead.
Thu following list shows the importa.
tions of champagne into tho United
Stai for thu years 18U3 and 18Ui: bv
which it will Ik) seen that Milium &
Company's Extra Dry is fur in the lead
of nil other brands, iik taken from the
olllcml statistics of the New York cus
O. II. Muiniu & Co. Et. Dry,
I'ormnery A: (Irene.
.Moet tv Clmmlo
I'lper lleiilsleck hec. . . .
llclueleck A- Co..
Dry .Munop'l and Club Dry,
Kuinirt, i'eieet Flls. . , .
Irroy A. Co.,
lvltx-ck Ac Cu..
Houc be .-ee
lino de Montebcllo, . . .
has. HeidsleUc, . . . , .
Chas, r rre, t ,
Knut A Co., Hcc
Various Other ilramls, , ,
IJ1U, 18 '4.
Jlef si s. .Macrurlane uoinnnnr are
the ri'Uiilarly appointed agents for these
TL9. ff. 0,Box.!3. WARING BLOCK. Hole A.k.
(Cor Fort and Uciutunla felts.)
the extensive canning outht pur
chased in San Francisco, This
machinery, by the way, is now 011
the wny to the Islands.
As was to be expected, Mr. Km-
meltith kept an eye open to Hawaii
an questions in the United Stales.
'People generally believe we are
becoming overstocked with Asiatics
down here, and that the prospects
lor Americans are greatly depreci
ating," said he. "I met hundreds
and hundreds of Americans, from
California to Massachusetts, but
more particularly in the Middle
States, who are anxious to come
here. Kverybody inquires about
the laud law, industries and for
I was amused 111 many in
stances with the dense nrnorance
of the situation here. By all man
ner of means the government
should establish a bureau of in
formation and circulate broa 1-cast
over America correct information
concerning the Islands, That
would do more good than anything
Mr. Kmmeluth savs fully nine-
teuths of the people he met were
in favor of annexation. Several
amusing incidents came up in
connection with the subject.
On a train in Pennsylvania he was
talking with a party concerning
the Islands when a gentleman on a
rear seat touched him.
Are you from the Hawaiian
Islands?" inquired the stianger.
I am sir," replied the man lrom
'Well sir, I want to beg your
pardon and the pardons of all peo
ple in your country. My father
was a democrat. Like a dutiful
son I have been a democrat, and
voted for Cleveland at the last elec
tion. Forgive me sir, and I will
promise to sin no more."
Victoria lit Nice.
Nick, Fkancu, Mar. 31. Con
siderable excitement was caused at
Cimicz today among the household
of Queen Victoria owing to an out
break of fire in the apartments of
one of Her Majesty's Indian attend
ants. For a time the greatest con
fusion prevailed, but the hotel em-
ploves and others quickly extin
guished the flames.
Lord Salisbury arrived at the
Villa Beaulieu tonight.
New York Is Kxciteil (Iter u I'rlfiliirul
Niiw Yokk, N.Y., March 31.
One of the most mysterious mur
ders committed in this city since
the mutilated body of "Old Shake
speare was toutiu in a low resort
near the Hast River front, for whose
butchery the Algerian "Frenchy"
is now serving a life sentence, was
discovered shortly after 6 o'clock
a.m. 1 he victim 111 tins case was
a young colored woman, whose dis
membered body was found wrapped
in pieces ot carpeting partially hid
den from view in the rear of the
building on the southeast corner of
Sixth avenue and Waverlev place,
How long the remains had beeii
lying there is not known.
Putnhv, England, March 30.
Oxford won the fifty-seventh
boat race today between crews re
presenting the universities of Ox-
lord and Cambridge. Oxford's
crew crossed the line a length and
a half ahead.
IJOZHN WK 111) IN (IS.
Matrimonial Epidemic Amntiir the New
There were twelve marriages, all
in a bunch, at the Catholic cathe
dral Sunday. The Bishop per
formed the ceremonies. The con
tracting parties were young Portu
guese in the lot of laborers now at
the Quarantine station. In the
afternoon Portuguese in the city
were allowed to visit the island.
Hundreds of them went over. The
Concordia band was also along and
played at the station nearly all of
Rodokr.s III this city, 011 the
evening of Saturday, April 6th,
Mrs. Sarah M. Kodgers, a native
of Worcester, Mass.
Funeral will be held at the Cen
tral Union Church this (Monday)
afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Friends
and acquaintances' are respectfully,
invited to attend.
Furniture and Bric-a-Brsc.
On Thursday, April 11th,
At 10 o'clock ii. in.
At my salesrooms, Oueen Street, I
will Hell at Public Audi in mi elegant
Of medical agents is gradually relegat
IHK the old-time herbs, pills, draughts
and vegetable extracts to the rear and
hriutriui; into ceneral use the pleasant
mil dfectlve liquid luxutivu, Byrtip of
l'ie;s. To get tlui true remedy see that
It Is manufacture'! by the California Fiir
Hyrup Co, only. For sale by all leading
And Ilric-a I' no.
BRONZES, SATSUMA VASIiS.
Handsome Ilumlxm Cuhlnets,
E egant Wicker Chairs,
Kino Al. and O.ik Ileilrootu Sets,
IiLF.GANT VRLVI5T RUGS,
OAK lili. K U-.,
Inlaid Laquered Tables, etc., etc.
t3?"Goods on view at my S.ilesioora
Tuesday, April 0, fioni 1 p. in to 4 p.
in. ami till day Wednesday, April 10.
James 'P. Morgan,
James Mnkeo, Iluglutid, from
Ke Ail Hon, Tliotnpion from
Llhtia, Weir, for Maul nnd
Wnlulcnlc, (Iregory from
Prosper. .lolmtiudiH'ti, from
MoMUV, Apr S
O A O Australia, lloudlelte, from Sun
Hk Audtetv Welch, Diuw, from San
Mis Packet Morning .Star, Cailand
the South Seas
The Iwalaui will sail at 4 p.m.
for Kilauea, Kalihiwacand Haualei.
The Alden Besse is receiving
repairs to her masts at Sorenson's
The H. F. Olade has moved to
Naval Row. She is very nearly
The W. O. Hall will sail at 10
o'clock tomorrow for Maui and
The Claudine and Waialeale ar
rived Sunday morning from Hawaii
The ss. Braunfels began to dis
charge this morning. She is at the
V. M. wharf.
The bark Andrew Welch arrived
this morning, 20 days from San
It is again reported that the
Olympia will soon replace the Phil
adelphia at the port.
The steamers Mikahala, Ke Au
Hou and James Makee arrived
Sunday morning from Kauai.
Both of the large gates on the
Allen street side of the Oceanic
wharf are once more thrown open.
Though a reward of $ 30 each has
been offerred, the runaway sailors
from the ship T. F. Oakes have not
yet been picked up.
The schooner Prosper, Captain
Johannensen, arrived late Saturday
seventy days from Newcastle with
1055 tons of coal for Allen & Rob
inson. W. O. Irwin & Company were
notified by the Australia that the
S. S. Arawa will leave San Fran
cisco two days late. This will make
her due here next Saturday morn
A catboat sixteen feet long,
seven wide and two deep was
launched by Mr. Balls at the
Hawaiian Boat House last Friday.
Mr. Balls built the boat. Her
name is "Water Lily" and she is a
fine pleasure craft.
Captain Lorenzen docked the
Andrew Welch this morning with
out dropping an anchor. The job
was neatly done, and the pilot re
ceived the congratulations of Cap
tain Drew, several minutes and a
lot of trouble were saved by the
The schooner Kaulilua was
caught in a squall off Diamond
Head Saturday afternoon as a
result of which her foremast broke
off near the deck and she began to
drift away to the West. The tug
lilu went out and caught her about
three miles ofi" the quarantine
Ii. M. Piercy, the lone passenger
011 the mysterious schooner Vine,
has arrived from Sail Francisco
from Guayinas, Mexico. He says
a shotgun and other stuff, belong
ing to him was Seized by the
Mexican authorities, and that Cap
tain Hums of the schooner is in
trouble oil account of the queer
stories he tells of his mission.
i he S. S. Australia left San
Francisco April 2d, at 10 a m..
with eighty-three passengers and
thirty-six bags mail. Experienced
moderate NW. winds and fair
weather until the 5th thence, to
port light to moderate Trades.
batnrday, April 6, at 5 p. in.
passed the S. S. Alameda bound
North. Arrived at Honolulu
pril 8th at 10 a, in. Time six
From San Francisco, per S S Aus
tralia, April 8 Mrs 1 Hour and
children, S M llrandehurr, Miss Nina
llrandehury. I) ( U.iiuarinoH. Mrs M
de S Cmavarro and son. Miss Hell
Chairunt, W 11 Cornwall, Mrs" A
Dixon, J Emmcliitli, Miss Fernandez,
Mrs Henry Fielk, Mrs A XV Fowlei, It
I. (lieenlee and wife. Miss Ui.ice
(Jieeulee, Hiss Isahclle Greenlee, l)r K
(Joodhiie and wife, Frank L Hooks,
.Mrs M dray, Mrs Hassan nnd infant,
Miss F It Haisoy, Jos Hyman, AlU'rt
II Jones, W A Kinney, Miss Cilia
Kern, Herman M Levy, (ieorge V
Mncfurlnne. I A Mnrhio. wife three
children and maid, Wm Metcilf and
wifu. Miss V I) Metcair. Miss K It
Mttcair. Jliss K Jl Metcalf, Ueorco Mc
1. an, wile mid child, Julm Marttoii
and wife, Miss Mnrston, Mihh Anna
Marstou, Mis I! Nicholls, W Iteuiiciis
perer. Thus Sculley, Mrs O H Spuiild.
mg. O II Spaulding. F F Snei.th,
Herman Hleluiuan 11ml wife, Allen
lowle and wife. Miss Orra Towle, It
It Talor and wife, FK White and wife
MUs M Maigado
From Maui and Hawaii per Cliudine.
Apt 8-t! J Falk, X 1' A Brewer. -Mrs
A ?t Kepoikai, A M Sproiill, uife and
fluid, U E Coe. It It Berg, Miss I,ua
til V T Kohlusou, Mi-s Ida Horner,
T W Kvefett, John llui, 8 Fuknda,
Kev II Koliara, fleorge Forsyth, Mrs
Kahale, Miss Mary Koolulu, and U'i on
From Kiual, per stmr Mikahala
April 7 S U l.i Vergno, S N I'atker,
Ur Mctielllg'tn, K Lofouisl. J 11 H.tk"
Moniiav. April 8
Stmr .1 A Cummins, Xellson, for
Circuit of Oalui.
Stmr Ifaala, Drown, for Wala-
nue mill way poits.
Stmr Jaiucx Makee, Peterson, for
Stmr Iwal.iui, Freeman, for Kilauen.
vi:hsi:i.s i.i:avi.m! kimokuow.
Au Hon, Thompson, for
W'ainii'.i mid ICekaha,
T F ().il;cs,
I p in
Stnir Claudine. Cameron,
ami 11 twali .1 p m
Stmr Mikahala, llagliind
Stmr Muknlii, Mct.regor, for Mnlokai
Slinr V (! Hall, Simerson, for Maui
and Hawaii 10 11 111
l.lll-llltTr. AM) c(inhkini:i:s.
Kx riaiiilino from Maul, A pi H
U.'ol) hugs sugar, -'m hags spuds, -10
bans corn. It bag heans, HS hogs,
'0 head cattle, !l calves, 1 horse.
14" hides 7 barrels tallow and
55 pkgs sundries.
I'.x James Makee from Kauai, Apl
7 lilSIl hags sugar for Brewer & Co: 8
Ft K" Au Hou from Kauai, Apl 7
n.Vl bags A smear and :!:13l bags IS
Ex Waialeale '2113 bans A sugar and
7'JI It for Sclin-rer .t Co
Fx Mikahali, fioni Kauai, April
7 :l)0 bags A and 1 30i) bags B for
lor Irwin, 1." pkgs, 8 bdls hides, 1 cow
Fx Prosper, Apl ll 10.V5 tons coal for
Allen & Itohiusnn
IT IKII1N v'n
Schr John 0 Not th. S F (Honoipu) Duo
Sehr JW Weatherwax, SJ de (lunula Apr 1
Schr Itoirt lowers, from S K. April 7
Ilktn Clms F Crocker, S, F, Hilo, April 7
llktu Klikltat, l't Cain ' Apr 10
Ship Tnsip, Newcastle April 1:1
Ilk Cnrvpheno May 10
tier hk ilartha Itocklmlm, I.iverMMil Aug 'J
VKSi:i.h l I'OKT.
USPS Philadelphia, Cotton, San Fran
(CVester not included in this llt.)
Schr W V Jeuett, Sound
Sehr Norma, Swensun, CIaton, HU
Ship II F (Hade. I.lverisl.
Ilk Itoliert Sudden. Newcastle
lllr Sumatra, Iterrv. Illlo
Dk AM 1 Hesse, Potter, Pt Rlakcly
Ship T F (lakes. S F
Ship Hawaiian 1 les, Newcastle
Hk Martha Davis, tl F
Ilktn S (1 tVilder, Schmidt, S F
Schr Aloha, H F
S N Ciistle. Huhhiird, S. F.
Ilk Harry Morse, Newrabtlo
Ilk Triton, Ix-hon, I.fverpiKd
Ilktn Juno L Shuifonl, Jseu castle
Seln- Prosier, Newcastle,
S S Australia. Houdletto. S F
Morning star, (iarlaml, South Seas
Ilk Andrew Welch, from S F.
AT NKtUIIBUUIXU COUTH.
Bk Hesier, UndermsNl, San Frsncico,
troiu, It (lillespie. J, K Farlev.
Fureiiro, J Malumkapu nn 1 wife, 'iS on
From Uuk, O1.10W111 Islands,
Mm ning Star April 8 .Mibs Abel .
Suvhav, Mur III
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, tiom Mau
stmr Mikaha'a, IIalimd, from
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE.
A FULtj MEETING OF ALU MEM
llKltS U urge-nil) rciicu-(l 011
Monday evening, the 1,'itb Inst., at the
reilJeiice of Mrs. W.C. I'arke, lieretaniu
trvet, at 7:30 o'clock.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.,
I'u, Oilecn and Nuuami Sin.
T" Till. l'Ulll.R'!
(iwnig to i-xlieme ill health, il Is-lnf
inisi-sihle for me to altend to biilnesp,
, 1 hue sold out lo my forenun. AI.F.X.
j l"HIll i.M, who has been with me for
! " last ten ears nnd is known to you
hill. He will continue to rim the busb
I ih-s at I ho same stand, and In the samo
I line as I hae, bv executing tl.e best of
work nil doing justice to all. I hope
I you will all trade uilb him, nnd Is stnw
I on him the same kindness and palron-
ngeas has la-en given me during the
last sixlren years.
All dills iliie me will please he nt In
as anon as convenient and Mr. Chisholm
is authorized toicccipt the same.
I hereby take tho opportunity of
thanking the public for post luliotintv.
Saturday, April 6th, 18a5
French Fancy Goods,
Ladies' Fine French Linen,
N'o goods sold until Mon
day, April 8th
OloveH wananted not to break or'crack,
The Itosy Pronpeets l-lctureil l.y heua.
Hkidoispokt, Conn., March 30.
-At a Republican banquet last
night Senotor Frye said: "Give us
Rcmiblican rule for a sincle decade
and we will show the people the
beneficence of Republican legisla
tion. Kvery man who wants work
will have it and at the waces of the
crowning year of Republican rule
1892 We will restore the merchant
marine to its place and increase our
white, strongly armed squadrons so
so that they will command the re
spect of all natibns. We will show
the people a foreiRii policy that is
American in every fiber and hoist
the American flag on whatever
island we think best, and no hand
shall ever pull it down."
san 1'kancisco, .March 30.
Train robbers were beaten off the
Oregon express near Marysville
The authorities had been warned
Sheriff Uogard was killed and so
was one ol the robbers.
K. T. Special Sertlce.
Honolulu LommaiHlcry No. 1,
Knights Templar, will hold a spe
cial service on Ivaster Sunday at
Central Union church at t p.m
Rev Douglas P. Uirnie will ofiici
ate as acting prelate. The music
will be 111 charge of Miss Durban;,
the organist ol the church.
(Iresliam May Itetlre.
WASIIIXCfTON, April I. It IS
is rumored that Secretary Greshatn
will resign from the cabinet.
Just received per
S'. S. Australia.
On draught, S for S5c.
ATTENTION, SQUAD 8.
.M eel in Xoticv.
All memlteis of Sijuad 8, Citizen's
(iuaril, are n quested to Ihj present at a
meeting to he held at the O. It. .t 1,.
Company's Depot, on TUESDAY EVEN
IMS. April 9th, JM)S, at 7:30 o'clok.
Kirt Heglment N. O. II .
Honolulu, April 8, leil.i.
Company order No. 1(1. Pur
suant to Regimental order No.
US, issued from Regimental
Headuuarters. dated .M.ril
Alt inmiilMTs of f onipmr A, N. G. II.
are hereby ordered lo leport in fatigue
uniform at drill shed on Mnndnr. Anril
Blh. I8U5. at 7 o'clock for IteiilnieiiUd
Urill and Parade.
Cnpt. Commanding Oi. A, 1st IWi.
nient, N. (1. II. 0J0 It
Altcntioti Co. D.
All inembora of Company
"D' N G.II,, an- herehv order
ed to repoit at the Drill .Shed
In fatigue uniform MONDAY
EVEN1NU nt 7 o'clock sham.
for llattaiion Drill and Dress parade.
V. C. W1KDEU, .Ik,.
AT THE -
AltMOItY COMPANY H, FIRST
Kegiinent, .National (luard of
Every inemherof this command
is hereby ordered t asseinhle at
the AUMOIIY. on MONDAY
EVENINO. April , at 7 o'clock shnip,
in fatigue uniform for Regimental Drill
THOS. E. WALL
During my absence from the Hawaiian
slands, Mr. Walter Oiiranl SI. will net
for me in all matters of business, under
full Kwer of attorney.
W.M. (!. IRWIN,
Honolulu, H. I., April -t, lfc'J5.
Cor. of Ileretania
SEQUAH SPEAKS it ACTS
At 7:30 O'clock.
During my nlwenco from the Hawaiian
Islands, Mr. W. M. (lidanl will attend
to and perforin the duties of President
and Manager of the firm of O. Irwin
& Company . Limited.
WM. O. IRWIN,
President and Malinger Wm. O. Irwin
& Company, Limited.
Will play Selections at
For your own benefit, come and
sec, hear nud judge for yourself.
Was a complete success
and the I.adies of Honolulu showed their
appreciation by liberal purchases. No
selection of Millinery ever imported to
the Islands ever tickled the fashionable
appetite for artistic effects as this. "Neat" is not the word,
neither is "stylish," but the lady who wants to wear what Is
"the proper tiling" can be easily pleased by the 31ILMNKKY of
AU IilN(JT0N HI.0UK, HOTEL ST.
0 room cottaco on Yountr street, necr
ICeauinokti, Apply to
J. M. McChesney,
At the Annual Meetintr of the fitn. l.
Uiolders of thu Kapiolani Park AbsocI
uon. neiu on Hie 1st Uay or April, A. J .
IBM, tho following Kcntleinen weio
elected to serve as Olllccrs for the en
duing year, vir..:
President A. S. Clenliorn
Vice-President Cecil Drown
Treasurer W. G. Irwin
Secretary W. M. Cilfard
noAltn OK DlKECTOllS:
A. S. Clechorn. Cecil Ilrown. W. r:
Irwin, W. M. (liirard, J. Campbell, T.
It. Walker, II, J. Nolle, E. S. Cunlia,
C. H. Wilson, T. S. Douglas. Allan
W. M. OIFr'AKD,
Secrelarv Kanlolanl 1 'ark Assn.
Honolulu, II. I,, April 1, Ib'M.
made for the jewelry trade?
It Is H'rfection in work
manship, the II nest of silk,
artistic handle, thu closest
n II, tho lightest in weight
in ewrv feature tlio "up 10
When you et all
tluse features torn
hined ut price as
...$ ami up,
You won't think it is hiitli,
Wo carry just such
nobby Umbrellas in great
variety. Yon make no mis
take when purchasing from
H. F. WIGHMAN,
Try tho Star's"