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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY APRIL 19, iSy?.
MKWH IN A NUTSIIKLI.
Local news on pages 1 and 2.
lixperieuccd riders ride "Clcve
latids." Stercoplicon lecture tomorrow
Marshal Hitchcock Is not expect
ed home in two weeks yet.
A Chinaman paid $50 today for
having opium in his posession.
The Patrick Mclnerney bank
ruptcy notice is published today.
Highest cash price paid for Ha
waiian stamps. C. V. Sturdhvant.
Tickets for the stereopticon en
tertainment tomorrow evening are
1'uintku has been arrested for
felonously taking $1:3 from one
I'rcnch dinners will be resumed
at the Hawaiian Hotel tomorrow
It is probable that the Philadel
phia will go to Hilo for practice
A tax case was all that.came be
fore Judge Perry in the District
The office of the United States
Cousul-Getieral is being remodelled
on the inside.
Arrangements are now being
made to bring another lot of Jap
anese to this port.
Policemen on guard in the station
house will hereafter carry pistols in
addition to their clubs.
Kuamoo, a native boy, was ar
rested yesterday afternoon for the
larceny of a watermelon.
Jas. McCandtess will go down a
second 100 feet for water on a
Waialua rice plantation.
For first-class work call at Al.
Chisholm's harness shop, Hammer's
old corner. Work guaranteed.
A Chinaman was today senten
ced to pay a fine of sfioo for selling
liquor with a out license. He paid it.
A member of Squad 8, Citizens'
Guard, says that they will have 120
wen with which to organize Divi
Prof. P. J. Frien, instructor of
' languages at Punahou, has resign
ed. His plans for the future are as
If you want to buy, sell or ex
change stamps, go to JohnT. Brown,
No. 4, Masonic Temple, Alakea
street. Box 441.
Major Seward was very ill yes
terday. He seemed to have been
threatened with apoplexy. He is
all right today.
Miss Corney has resumed her
school in Ariou Hall. It is
thought the room is in no danger
from the Opera House walls.
A fine assortment of printed
materials that are washable and
still dressy, and pretty white goods
can be found at Sach's, Fort street.
WENT OYER THE PENCE.
Getting the llnttnllon liter a 8etcnroot
Wall An AccldeDt to One
The Philadelphia battalion land
ed at 8 o'clock this morning and
had regular drill at Makiki. On
the way out and returning skir
mish drill was gone through with,
each street crossing being closed
while the battalion inarched
through. The drill at the baseball
ground was very interesting and
was witnessed by a number of
On the way back the wall on the
King street side of Kawaiahao
church was scaled by the entire
battalion. Several hundred people
witnessed that part of the
drill. The sailors took to
the wall on double quick and
bounded over with great ease. The
wall was crossed over eight times.
The average time made was 28
seconds. Blue jackets were speci
ally active. There were no acci
dents in the way of falls. Private
Smith of the marine corps, while
going over, accidently sprang upon
a rifle mid received the muzzle
upon the mouth. Two teeth were
knocked out, one piercing through
his lower lip. He did not give in,
however, but marched with his
company to the boat landing.
In scaling the wall the guns are
first laid against it. Then two men
in every squad make a lift of their
hands. The remainder go up this
ladder. The last man hands up the
guns before scaling.
Captain White and Second Lieu
tenant Jacobson of Company B
underwent examinations for com
missions last Friday and Tuesday
respectively. The papers have
gone to the President with recom
mendations that the commissions
Tlio Practical Ilellef Work of Mr..T. It.
On Liliha street there is a co
operative poi shop. Mrs. T. R.
Foster is the patroness of the enter
prise. Taro grown by natives is
brought there and prepared, then
sold at a bottom figure to the per
sons intended to be benefitted.
Outsiders must pay the same as
charged at the Chinese shops. At
the Co-operative there is also kept
tea, sugar, and a few of the house
It has been reported lately that
Mrs. Foster proposed to back a
large co-operative store to be start
ed at a good location on King
street. This has not developed
yet. There exists, however, a
purchasing hui over which Mrs.
Foster exercises a supervision. All
this work the lady undertakes for
the benefit of Hawaiians.
Six hot baths for $1 at J. Aed worth's
model barber shop, No. 80 King street.
Fine pleasure boats for ladies
and gentlemen at the new Hawa
iian Boat House, foot of Richard
street. Moonlight boating parties,
The lacrosse club is receiving
substantial encouragement from
local sportsmen. Quite a large
number of old players have been
Call at the Masonic Temple and
inspect Brown & Kubey's new
stock of clocks, watches and plated
goods. Prices are marvelously
At noon tomorrow Jas. F. Mor
gan will sell at his store lots on
Liliha street, and at once thereafter
horses at the Dowsett Queen street
When you want fine watch re
pairing done or jewelry made, go to
H. 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 tie aeitverea
Of medical agents ts gradually relcgat
ing the old-time herbs, pills, draughts
and vegetable extracts to the rear and
brintrinir into general use the pleasant
and elective liquid laxative, Syrup of
Figs. To get the true remedy see that
It Is manufacture!! by the California Fig
Syrup Co. only. For Bale by all leading
Wkeicly Stau. I4.10 per year
Will Huve Euough.
The proceeds of the lecture at
Drill Shed tomorrow evening will
more than complete the amount re
quited for new instruments for the
'land on Molokai. The excess will
)e held as a fund for the purchase
G. II. Milium & Co. 'a Extra Dry is the
leading biand of Champagne in the
world. Hie import into the United
States for the year Ibilt were nearly one
nan ni the total Importation ot Cham
iiague into ttiat country. Macfnilone
& Co. are sole agents for these islands.
TWISTS THE FIGURES.
iic si:kks to' uamaob tub he
rtitu.ic's i:xcr.Li.i'.NT ciif.dit.
Makrs a Statement That In Clearly
Wrong anil Harmful It U About
the Cath llalauce
Editor Staks Capt. Julius A.
Palmer appears to be challenging
anyone to point out inaccuracies of
statement in his correspondence.
His misstatements arc multitu
dinous. I will content myself now
with naming a single instance ill
his telegraphed letter to the New
York Evening Post, dated Honolu
lu, March 20. in which Mr. Palmer
seeks to damage the financial credit
of this Government by denouncing
as fraudulent the "alleged" avail
able cash balance of from $200,000
to $300,000 nppearing in the week
ly Treasury report, because, as he
says, over $300,000 ol silver ceitifi
cates are in circulation, which arc
chargeable against that apparent
balance, and are liable at any time
to exhaust it.
Conspicuous in the aforesaid
weekly reports, oue of which was
doubtless lying before Captain
Palmer when he wrote, appears the
statement of the amount of a spec
ial coin deposit in the treasury to
meet the outstanding silver certifi
cates, dollar for dollar, a coin de
posit which is sacred to the re
demption of the certificates, and
has no connection with the treas
ury balances. It is difficult to see
how the Post correspondent could
possibly have avoided the know
ledge of that fact. If he did not
make his misstatement deliberately
and maliciously, he must have a
rare faculty for blundering.
A place to spend a few quiet hours is
the Ihuilwai Baths. Waikiki cars pass
Called to Nominate a Cumllititte for the
Chairman James A. Kennedy to
day puts forth the call for a special
session of the October last A. U. P.
convention. The body adjourned
subject to the chair's call, and had
uopteu tlie rule that wicancies
were to be referred to it. This elec
tion is a Fourth District affair. It
concerns, as to organization, the
First, Second, Third and. Fourth
clubs. The nomination is niadeby
these clubs in sub-convention, then
ratified by the entire convention.
The territory of the district mak
ing the nomination is that part of
the island on the Waikiki side of
Nuttanu avenue, extended to Mo-
kapu point. Thus the attendance
of country or Club 5 delegates is
not essential, though all are invited
and those in town are especially
urged to be present. The conven
tion will be held next Tuesday
evening at the party headquarters,
American League hall.
A Lauil Sale Tomorrow.
Tomorrow at 12 o'clock uoon, at
his salesroom, Queen street, Jas. F.
Morgan will sell at public auction
three residence lots at Kamakala,
near Liliha street. The lots are
part of the former Buckle home
stead and arc situated on a road
connecting with Liliha street. The
extension of Kukui street to Liliha
will pass close to these lots', and
will enhance their value.
nil Lull Week.
Shaw, the gold wire artist, has a
new lot ot solid auu rolled gold
wire work prepared for his last
week at the Temple or Fashion.
Everybody is cordially invited to
come and see this novelty. Remem
ber that Monday, April 22 will be
the last opportunity.
Charted With Mllchler.
Three band boys were interview
ed by Marshal Brown yesterday
afternoon. They were suspected
of being the persons who have
been dislocating gates and com
mitting other misdeeds around
town of late. One of them plead
guilty to Having tilled tlie sugar
bowl 111 a Chinese restaurant with
salt, but denied having broken any
gates or lost Jas. fatemer s flowers.
Nothing Mraiiffe '
Intelligent two le. who realize the lmnor.
taut part the blood holds In keeping the
body, in a normal condition, And nothing
birtuigu 111 iuu nuiuoer ot ulseUMXJ Ilood t
Barsaiuuilla is able to euro. Ho nmnv trou.
bles result from impuro blood, the best way
to treat them Is through the Mood, llood's
SaroaparUla vitalizes tho blood.
Hood s Pills ttre the liest after dinner pills,
USSJSb UlgUbllUU, piUVUIIb CUJlbU'lUflOU. O
Will Make 2500 Siitches
We believe this to he the
best Sewing Machine in
these Islands and will
send it out on Onk
Sold on the
Ilolli Cliiiln iiitil Lock Slllcli
Without Extra Ciuuoe.
Miiiiuiiril Sowing midline.
O. "V. tSTriDi$v.A.PJ'X
WARING BLOCK. Sole Agon
(Cor Fort and peretanla Sis.)
C. A. Peacock has gone to
Rev. H. Isenberg arrived in the
city from Kauai.
Japanese Consul-General S. Shu-
nizu returned today from Kauai.
Mrs. Isabella Creighton has been
appointed teacher of Moiliili
L. S. Aungst, the Hawaii tele
phone man, returned to Kona by
Mrs. Robert Halstead arid daugh
ter came up from Waialua planta
Judge Cooper and Judiciary
Clerk Henry Smith have both re
covered from their recent illness
and are at their respective posts
l'll-KK IN TUOUI1L1&
VAGARIES OF VON KROWN
an insani: man who has made
Ha Struma Iilras or High Art Hue
ltererence for the Cro.n-Wlll Now
He Locked Up.
Count Thomas Von Krown, the
HAS RE EN RAINING.
PLKNrv or wATint i.v Tin: iin.i.s
l'ower fur Street LlghllnR-Ile'erTotre
and ttreamii The HoniU are
Tlie rains of the past few days
ALL ALONG THE DOCKS.
dark and mysterious gardener of , have somewhat altered the appear
the Hawaiian Hotel, is again induce of the hills and valleys. It
trouble. A few days ago he was seems odd to see Andrew Brown or
arrested for clubbing a woman, andj John Cassidy driving along the
got off with a fine of $12. A charge dusty streets in town with the out-
of insanity was also made, but was, "t of a traveler in the rain and
not sustained by the examining wmi uieir Horses and brakes and
physician. Last night the man was F' spattered wiutmuu. Rare-
so much rain in the hills. The
three waterfalls in Mauoa, and the
rise in the underground Una laka
have been mentioned.
Luckily, Nuuanu valley has had
its full share of the rainfall. In
consequence the reservoirs are all
well filled. Power for the street
lights for an almost indefinite pe
riod is assured. A number of extra
lights have been provided for the
drill shed this evening. One report
from the Luakaha vicinity, (unoffi
cial), is that there were five inches
of rain in twenty-four hours.
In any event the basins
arc full, the streams
and ditches overrunning their
banks and the roads in a frightfully
muddy condition. People who
travel up the valley arecomplaining
again about the road, and an effort
is to be made to remedy the trouble,
Y. II. I.'i. Will NIiir.
The choir of the Young Hawai
ians Institute will sing at the
Steicopticon entertainment tomor
row evening. This choir is com
posed of a half dozen of the best
vocalists in the city, who have de
lighted many audiences. Among
their selections will be: "Take
me back to home and Mother,"
"Akalii hoi" and 'Pua Aikake."
Other airs will be appropriately
The Native '-Admiral Gets Into a Very
" Admiral" Kauliane, tUe crary
native who imitates man o war
piping, got into trouble on Nuuanu
street at noon. He ate at a Chi
uese restaurant and forgot to pay
for his lunch. A Chinaman went
after him. The two clinched. The
"Admiral" punched John in the
face, shoved him against the house
and dragged him along the ground'
by his cue. Several other China
men ran up and took a band in the
fight. The tables turned. The
"Admiral was choked, ins cap
was torn and he was kicked in the
stomach. A Portuguese stopped
on the hotel grounds again. Ladies
on the premises became greatly
frichtened at the reappearance of
the terror, and petitioned Col. Mac-
farlaue to have hi in taken away,
The station house was rung up, but
in the meantime Von Krown had
gone. At the request of guests Col.
Macfarlanc then addressed a note
to the marshal, asking that the case
be looked into and staling that the
man was insane. Accompanying
this was a statement of Dr. Win
slow, of the U. S. F. S. Philadel
phia, giving his opinion that Von
Krown was insane and should not
be permitted to go at large
Von Krown has been in the
country seven or eight,, years. He
was at one time employed by the
Makiki forester. This was in Ka-
lakaua's time. Since then he has
worked at odd" jobs on small pay,
seeming to care nothing for money.
He is noted for the habit of talking
to himself. While at work on the
hotel grounds he would frequently
stop and engage in a wild
harangue with some imaginary
personage. When through he
would turn his face to the heavens
and act as if seeking endorsement
of his arguments from that source.
In some of these one-sided debates
he would become urcatly acitated
and remain in an excited frame of
mind for hours.
At the Hotel no one knew what
the mysterious man had in his
room, or anything of his private
life. A great deal of curiosity was
sometimes aroused, however, es
pecially when he was seen to carry
paint, putty and other queer
material into his sleeping apart
ment. The officer who served the
warrant upon him last week had
to break the door in to reach him
and then the mysteries of his
chamber were disclosed. His
paraphernalia was found to be as
queer and problematical as the
man himself. A few articles of
clothing and several works of ,art,
chiefly models, constituted his
earthly belongings. In his models
the cross is very conspicuous. One,
large cross, is thickly covered
with miniature crosses, all in
He has two crowns, one repre
senting the German Kmperor's and
the other Kalakaua s. They were
made" to fit the head "of Von
Krown himself, and he claimed to
be an heir to both of them. The
crowns are ornamented with . the
everpresent cross. Another curi
osity is a large niadalliou in black
representing the "tomb of the late
I'redenck Wilhelm. A picture
of Frederick adorns the top.
Pasted on either side is a poem
written by von Krown eulogiziug
I he most complicated idea, how
ever, is louud in a second large
medallion. Over the center is a pic
ture of Jesus Christ. . Below is a
cross. Still iurther down is a pic
ture of the human heart, evidently
clipped from a work on physiology.
io the right is the picture ot an
angel, and on the left one repre
senting Maud Muller. Between all
these are clippings from an Amen
can newspaper, with cuts, describ
ing the home of the Vauderbilts m
New York. The work in all of
these models is of high order, though
the idea are ever so vague.
O. II. Mumm & Co.'s Extra Drv
Champagne has tlie highest award for
excellence anil purity, nio celebrated
vintage or issu is now on tlie market.
Macfarlahe & Co. are sole agents for
llrtlllnu by Company
N. (1. II.
Thirty-two men of Company E,
were taken to Kakaako at I 30 this
afternoon and had a little battle
all to themselves. Captain Good
was in command. Lieutenant King
had charge of the support and First
Sergeant Moore of first firing line.
I'our life-size paintings of men,
the work of Lieutenant Kiiic, on
sheets of card-board were posted at
distance. These were "the cue
my." Alter the regular drill the
company went through battle
Hail n House
Sequah had an audience of about
500 at the Bcretania street armory
last night. The Quintette Club
vas in attendance and gave a fine
concert. Sequah entertained his
audience with talk as well as tell
ing of the virtues of his medicines
and disposing of the same.
G. II. Mumm's & Co.,s Extra Dry
Champagne is the purest nnd best and is
le leading oratiu in me world s mantels,
lie importations into tlie United Slates
for the year 1801 was over 100,000 cases.
Mncfiirlane & Co. 11 ro sole agents for
f lis die for Company D's badges
is here, and a few of the souvenirs
have been turned out by Jacobson,
the jeweler. "The badges are very
neat. In a large D is a small car
tridge on which are the figures
'1895. There are three distinct
colors in the badge, making a pretty
Auction Sale of Land
AT KAMAKELA, HONOLULU.
The regular monthly social took
place at Central Union Church last
evening. Owii'j to the fact that
the affair was not announced until
a few hours before it came off, the
attendance was small. The varied
program so carefully prepared was
laid over the next social. Abund
ant retreshments and music were
the features of the evening.
In re the bankruptcy of Tong
Hing, the accounts of W. H,
Baird, assignee, have been ap
proved, the assignee discharged,
and his bond will be cancelled upon
his filing receipts for final dividend
In Cheoug Hoy vs. Chin Wo Co
et al, bill to dissolve a partnership,
plaintiff has this day discontinued
his bill of complaint.
1 1 1 (Own Tailor Minn.
J. P. Ilodrlgues, tlie well known
tailor, has left tlie Arm of Madeiros &
Co. nnd set up in buslmss for hinicclf.
Ho is next door to Levey's on Fort
street. Here ho has a lino stock of
cloths nnd will attend to repairing and
cleaning Mr. Itodrigties has been in
tailoring here twelve years and deserves
to have now customers added to hu list
of old ones.
Henry Clay and Bock & Co. Factory,
HO LUSTER & CO.'S.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
The Stetlliiilllt L'litrr In Charee nn the
Rev. Dr. M. C. Harris, F.lder of
the Japanese work of the M. h,
Church fofthe Pacific coast and of
the mission work in Hawaii, will
preach his first missionary serniou
at the M. E. Church Sunday morn
ing at .11 o'clock. Dr. Harris
spent several years in the mission
work in Tapan and speaks the Jap
anese latiEiiai'c fluently. He has
snoketi to the Japanese congrega
tion of the local Methodist Church
since his arrival here two weeks
WHAT IH (IIIIN'tl ON IN Till: WOIU.ll
or Tin: watiiiii'iiont.
(lolilen fihore lo Lenve-I.lrile Vance
With Coal-The Hawaiian lilea
Departure of the Hall.
The Prosper has at last begun to
The Kaala arrived late yesterday
from the west side.
The J. A. Cummins arrived this
morning from Waiuianalo.
The Hawaiian Isles was towed
out this morning by the W. G.
The Kaala will run down to
Waianae this afternoon, leaving at
The Ke Au Hon arrived this
morning from Kauai wiih 3922
The Warrimoo will fall due at
this port from Vancouver Wednes
The steamer W. G. Hall sailed
this morning on her regular route
to Maui and Hawaii.
The schooner Kaukcottli arrived
this morning from Hamakua with
300 bags sugar for Davies & Company.
The schooner Golden Shore will
finish loadinir today and will likely
sail for Sau Francisco tomorrow
The big ship Hawaiian Isles,
Captain Kustel, sailed today in bal
last for the Sound, where she will
load lumber for Port Pine.
The Harry Morse will begin
taking ballast tomorrow ami will
sail next week for Royal Roads.
where she will get further orders.
The coal brought by the Lizzie
Vance is for the Inter-Island Com
pany. The Lizzie Vance is a
three-masted schooner. She 'is in
The Iwalaui ai rived this morn
ing lrotn Waimea. She brought
4750 bags sugar. 3200 bags were
taken by the Goldeti Shore and
1450 bags were discharged into
The James Makec arrived from
Kauai this morning, bringing 2084
bags Makee Sugar Co. for the
Andrew Welch. She will sail
again at 4 p.m. for Houomaulu,
taking a load of tramway material
for the plantation.
Aititi v i:d.
I'rom Kauai per Ke Au Hon. April,
10 llev II Isenberg, Mr IJrash, Miss
Tolusber nnd 3 dock
From Kanai, per Iwalani, April 19
President Dole, 8 Hhlniizn, Japanese
Qtmul General and A K Knudsen
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, April
180 A Peacock. J. Frear. nnd J M
For Maui nnd Hawaii ner stmr V G
t..ll t ti ,n T T 1, ... !
nun. nprn ii u ungsi. uub .uurrissey,
O Wills, M Cnmphell.-Tom Slay, Miss
Maione, M ! scott, i.u i.oma, uoionei
Norris and S3 cl-ck.
IteKUtrallnn of Idle Member of the
Up to 2 o'clock this afternoon
about fifty Citizens' guardsmen had
registered for work at Captain
McStockcr's bureau. The office,
comer of Allen and Fort streets is
in charge of W. P. O'Brien. There
Is not a littte interest aiicnt this
enrollment. Any number ot peo
pie are curious to see just
what the labor situation is. It
has been suggested that
means be prepared for the recistra
tion of members of the militia who
want work. There are finite a
number out of employment.
In a short time the Government
will prepare to enter upon some of
tilt extensive work 10 be under
taken as part of the contemplated
great new system of public works
President Dole returned from
Kauai by the Iwalaui this morn
ing. The Chief hxecutive looks
well and had a most pleasant visit
to the Garden Island. He boarded
the Iwalaui at Waimea and came
over unattended. The President
drove immediately to his home.
Visitors Day .in Miliihoartl.
The flagship Philadelphia will
be thrown open to the general pub
lic from 1 to 5 tomorrow afternoon.
As before the ship's boats will
transport visitors to and from the
cruiser; The flagship band will
play during the hours named.
Everybody is cordially invited.
AN ARGENTINE SENSATION.
On Saturday, April 20th,
At 13 o'clock, noon,
At my salesrooms. Queen Street, I
win sell at ruouc Aucti ni
3 Residence Lots
At Kamakkla, Liuha St.
Lot 10. 75 feet on Itoad. 170 to 311
Lot IB. 75 feet on Road, 170 to 160
Lot 13. 50.0 feet on Itond, 207 to 317
All nico Building Lots in cool healthy
locality. Map of the property on view
at my salesroom, for runner particu
lars, apply to
James F. Morgan,
TllUllSDAY, Apl t8
Stmr Knnla. Drown, from wind
ward Otilm. -
rlUDAY, Apr 10
Stmr James Makee. Peterson, from
stmr K.o au llou, lliompson, from
Lclir Kaukeouli. l'ahia. from Hama
Stmr J A Cummins. Keilson. from
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, from Kauai
FKIDAY, Apl 10
Hall, SimerBon, for Maui
Stmr W Q
Stmr Koala, Brown, for
nne unci way ports.
Stmrs James Makee, Peterson,
Ship Hawaiian Isles, Kustel, for the
A Deadly Ilael That Hat Clrrattr Kiclted
the Sontheru Republic
Tho malls from thoArgontinoRopnb
llo bring news of n torrihlo tragedy
which has caused an unprecedented ecu
satiou in that country.
Dr. Lnclo do Lopez, ouo of tho lead
ing financiers and most influential men
In tho republic, who was appointed by
tho government to fnvcstlgato tho af
fairs ot tho Provincial bank of IUicuoh
Ayics, mado n ropoit to the courts
which caused tho arrest of Colonel Sar
miento, a sou of tho lato President Snr
mlento, whoso memory Is revered llko
that of Lincoln in this country. Ho was
ouco minister to tho United States and
is said to havo afterward Americanized
tho Argentines. Colonel Sarnileuto was
convicted in tho court of tho first In
staiico nnd appealed to tho superior
court, vrhcro tlioro was a mistrial, two
judges voting to confirm nud two to ro
verso tho decrco of tho lower court Ho
then published n blttor personal attack
upon Dr. Lopez in LaPronso, ono of the
Acting nndcr tho advico of foolish
friends. Dr. Lopoz sent him n challenge,
and on Dec. 37 a duel was fought at tho
Bolgrano hlppodromo In the suburbs of
Bnouos Ayros. Dr. Lopez was attended
hy Gonoral Mausilla of tho Argentina
army and Francis Boazlcy, assistant
soorotary of state. Sarnileuto was at
tended by Gcucral Bosch of tho army
and Roar Admiral Soliar of tho navy.
Shots wero twico exchanged nt n ills
tanco of 13 paces. At tho second dis
charge Dr. Lopoz fell wounded, tho ball
passing through his abdomen. Ho was
taken in an ambnlauco to, his house,
whero mora than 200 of tho leading citi
zens of Buenos Ayrcs wero assembled
anxiously awaiting the rosult of the
duo!. Tho wounded man diod uoxt day,
but Colonel Sarnileuto had not boon ar
rested when tho steamer loft Buonos
iVyres. Eighty yoars ago n docroe was
ihsued making dueling a capital offense,
but it lias been a doad lettor for many
years, although appeals to tho codohavo
Tho proniiuouco of tho parties engaged
makes tho sensation tho greater, and
thcro is as much cxoitoiucnt in tho Ar
gentina Republic today ns there was in
tho United Statoa whon Aaron Burr
shot Alexaudor Hamilton. Chicago
There Is on unknown quantity of stlvci
hi the bay of Itlo de Janeiro, Brazil a
silver mine, in fact, of eomparatUXy
speaking unlimited dimensions, and every
ship that drops anchor there cuts into the
bed of ore.
A woman says that a mun will write a
book on woman's idlotio slavery to fashion,
but bo will walk through town on a hot
summer ilny with his trousers turned up
without feeling himself a fool.
VKSSHL8 I.K A VI. Ml TOMOIlllOW.
SATUltDAV, Apl 20
Cummins, Neilsen for
1 51 TOUTS AN1 CO.NSIUNKKS.
Ex Kaala from tlie West Side, Apl 18
1025 hairs Knhaku
James Makee, from Kauai per Apl
10 2081 bags sugar, M S Co, for
Brewer: 125 bairs rice and 10 nackaires,
Ex sch Kutkeoulo from Hamakua,
April 10 300 bags BUgar for D.ivieu
Ex Iwalani. from Kauai. April 10
113C0 bans A and 1450 baits B for Irwin.
0 casks flail, 1 case fish, 20 packages
Ex J A Cummins from Waiuianalo,
April 101125 bags sugar for Irwin, 100
On Saturday, April
At 13 o'clock noon,
At the Stables of J. I. DOWSETT.
Queen street, I will soil at Public Auction,
'I'll c Young Stallion
Tlio Trotting Marc
A Good Driver and Gentle, also
15 Head of Fine Colls aufl Hares.
VKSMKLS IN I'OIIT.
U8FH Philadelphia, Cotton, San Fran
(Coasters not included ill tbli lUt.i
Sehr Norma, Swonson, Claxton, 110
Ship II V (Hade, Llvericol.
Ilk Robert Sudden, rtewcabtle
ilk Kiimatra, llerrv. Hilo
tn. a i.i n. DA... r m.i.i..
Ship Hawaiian tries, Newcastle
Ilk Martha Davis, ti V
Sohr Aloha, B V
H N Castle, Hubbnnl, H. 1".
UK tiarry Aiorhe, piewcastie
Ilk Triton, Iebon, Liverpool
llktn Jane L Stanford. Newcantle
Hehr Prosier, NeMcaktle,
Morning piar. uarinuu, noutu ovnt
Ilk Andrew Welch, from S K.
Hchr Itoh't Leers. from S F.
Crig W O Irwin, Williams, 8 F
Ilk 11 I Itltbet, Morrison, n Y
CDCC A complete umi.isl U.S. COlCMBIiH
rfltUEa set, valued at (29. Full particulars
for stamp. K. F.SOAMHS.BoxSMl, San Fran
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
A First Circuit of the Hawaiian
Islands; In Bankruptcy At Chambers.
In tho matter of the Bankruptcy of
Creditors of the said ilankriint aru
hereby notified to come in and prove
their debts before the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit at Chambers, at Hono
lulu, on FRIDAY, the. 20tii day ot
APRIL. 1805. between the hours of ten
o'clock ill the forenoon mid noon of tho
said day, and elect nn Assignee or As
signees, of the said llmkrupt's estate,
lilted Honolulu. April 10, 1891.
By the Court.
W0 Id Clerk.
AMERICAN UNION PARTY
TUESDAY, APRIL 23,
":.) p. in. nt
American League Hall.
The following delegates to the Regular
Nominating Convention held Ucloher
M, 1081, are requested to meet In special
seiwlon ut the American Iamkui1 Hall on
Tuesday, April 2:1, nt 7 :!W o'clock p. in.
for the purpose, of making n nomination
to fill the vncaiirv in the Fourth Kenr...
soulativu Distiict cauil by the death
of our lato Representative Charles L.
FlltST CLUli Kennedv. J. A.: Kerch.
A W.: Lmsiinr. T. F.: "Wrlirlil. Tlma.-
Naone, D. L.
Second Cl.t'ii-Miirtln, J. S.; Bishop,
F.: Smith, Geo.; XV. Soiisa, P.
1H1IIU CIX'II S ins. V. It.! Fisher. .7.
II.; Crozier, C; Ascli, J.; D.iv, C. R.,
FOUIITH Cl.l'U Towse. E.! Murrnv.
T. H.s O'Brien. W. P.: Elllncer. J.:
Aknu, A. K.
Hi-Til L'Llli-Enime nth. J.: W nston.
E.; Kelilpio, I).; Kaiena. D. P.
SIXTH Cl.Uli Henrv. William: l'.i.
SKVK.V A Arneliiann, W. II. O.
Sevk.v B McCnndles'i, J. A.
Eight A I..twio, W.J.
Ekiiit A Torliert, J.
JAMES A. KENNEDY,
Chairman. A. U. P. C.
TO MEMBERS OF THE
Being desirous to be in n position to
present to the Government tho names of
Citizens' GttaiiUmen out of employment
in case thu (loiernment should decide
iiK)ii tho commencement of Govern
ment works bucli unemployed members
of tho Guard nro requested to present
themselves for enrollment. Enrollment
will liegln Friday morning nt 0 o'clock.
at Harbor Master's office. Customs
r'. 11. McSTOCKER,
Cantain Commandimr C. (1.
FANCY GOODS, . . .
PORCELAIN WARE. .
For Sale hy
W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
House io Let.
DWELLING HOUSE on Wildeii
Avenuk, Muklkl, containing four bed
rooms. Parlor, Dining Room and Kit
chen. Detached servants' quarters,
stable and chicken house. Atinlv to
E. KLEMME, two doors above White
House, Nuuanu Avenue. G3l-lw
The annual meetim; of the HAWAII
AN JOCKEY CLUB will take place at
the PACIFIC CLUB on Monday, Aphh.
29th, 1805, at 7 tfO l. vi. Ail members
are requested to tio present, as matters
or imjiorinnco win bo brought before
W. 31. Ulr FARU,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockev Club.
HURSDAY, APRIL 11th,
At tub Sailoiis Uoiie.
Mouls will bo served as follows:
Breakfast - from 5 to 10 o'clock.
Lunch - - - from 1 1 :30 to 2 o'clock.
Siipjier ... from 5 to 7:30 o'clock.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Cor. Queen and Nuuanu Sts.
9 MILLINERY -
MISS ANNA GANILL
ARLINGTON UL0CK, HOTEL ST..
If you want to be in the fashion, this
is the only place to buy Mili.inkry. ,
Mado at short
notice by the
French Fancy Goods,
Ladies' Fine French Linen,
Sold at very Low Prices.
IMPOKTEI) DlUECTLV DV
(loves Yvurritiiteil not
lo Itretik or crack . . .
Any Kind of Underwear
Made to Order.