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SATURDAY, JUNE 12, lWtfi.
Stuir Kin u from windward ports
t tmr Ltkellko frojn Kalmlnl
Stun-Jus I Dowsett from 1'ulu
Stun- Waiiiiiuiiili) lniin Wtihiiminlo
Schr Ehtikid from Pain
Schr Wnleliu lroin uuil
Schr Kjitilkeautill from Koliata
Schr M mi .k.twal Iroin . oolatt
S S .Miiilpnsn from sun Francisco
Stiur.J.u M.ikcu n-oni Kami
Ilk l'hnll Kinney Horn miii Francisco
likluu W II Dhnoiid from baa l-'iuuetseo
ltktuo Discovery from niii l'l-auolsco
Schr Camito troin II Ho
Stmr Klluuca IIou for windward ports
at G p in
Stmr W G mill for Maul and Hawaii at
!l p m '
Stmr ej K lilMiop for Uamaku at 4 p m
b ii JIuripusu for iliu Colonics this (I m
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY.
Ship Richard III for San Francisco
Stmr Dowe-tt for Pala
Stmr Lcliini for all ports ln-Humukua at
0 j) m
Stmr Moknlit for Molokal and Olowalu
nt S p in
Stmr Klnuu for the Volcano and wind
ward port' nt 4 p m
Stmr Llkclikc for Kaliiilul and liana nt
5 p in
Stmr .Jus Makcc for Kauai
Schr Miimiok.iwiil lor Kool it
Sclir Kaulkciioiill lor Kolial'
Schr Wailolo tor Kauai
Schr VValchu for Kntial
Schr C note for Kilo
Schr Luku for Koholalclc .
VESSELS li POM.
Ilk Star of Devon, MockctH
Bktne Mot nlag Slur. Turner
Ship Kate Davenport, How. mid
Ship Mellaril III
Bktiio Amelia, Xewball
'llkU H Kinney
Bktno W II Dimond, Luco
Bktno Discovery, Meyer
From San Francisco, per S S Mari
posa, Juno 12 J B .MeUhesncy, AV 11
lloogs, Jas Freeborn, wile and aon, A
G Aoell, Miss Abell, II P Wood, wife
and child, MiM J It Pel kins, F Turrlll,
JasBrodie, Miss Maggie i ciidry, Air
11 A Williams and 'daughter, ml about
From windward poits, per stmr Ki
nau, June 11 M Lowell, Mr Hutch
inson. Mls Julia .jing. K A Jliieile, -II
Wilkinson JMhldgate, J Cooper, C
W llaekebcrg. Mrs J lcculun, 2 children
and servant, IV K IJuthbcrr, T Spencer.
Miss A. B.mnlster, G Sanderson, G
Sanderson, Jr. Mrs J Shaw, t rs J il
11 ins. Mrs J Shutloy. P X Makee, T W
Kverctt, M Koss, J Itichardson, A
Jones, Miss K haw, . Iss X Wilcox, W
Y Horner, J J Morehead, II A lleen,
dipt S Taylor and 04 deck.
From Kahulul, Maul, per stmr Likti
like. Juno U-G P Wilder, Otis Wilder.
Mr Ferguson, Mr You, Mi Dickson,
Mrs G A Jackson. 0 Gordon and wife.
Mrs Lnndford, Mrs Inca,MrWaiwalole,
and dipt Reynolds
For the Colonies per S S Maiiposa,
June 12 Mrs Jorau the .Misses Joran
(3), Mdlle Aldlul mid Signor Leucioui.
CAnC0ES"FH0'M" ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lehua 2000 bags sugar
StmrLlkcliko I4U0 bags eugar
fctmr Kluau 4020 bags sugar, 448 hide3,
155 sundries and 18 k a bo., ids
TIiq Lclnia and Mokolil will sail on
Monday p. in.
The ship Mellaril III was moved to
Brewer's whaif Thuisd y moiuliig to
llaish loading. She will sail on iUou
day with a lull load of sugar unci lk-o.
The Kato Davenport was moved to
Allen & Kobinsons w'liari Thursday
The steam scow was-on the Marine
Railway Thursday morning.
The bgtnc loiisuclo sailed on Tnurs
day nt 2 p. m. for tan l-rnucleco, wuh
8,120 b gs sugar valued t 842,:JU0.2J.
The bktno tmclia, I apt Xcwiinll,
arrived Inst Thursday morning, 21 d )'
from Eureka, Huhiboldt, wuu UbU.loi
feot of ledwood lumber and hUO bdis.ni
shingles to Allen & llnbiiisnu.
The S S Aiarlposa, icftbau FrnneUeo.
i-'nturdny. June oth, at 4 :40 p. in., anu
discharged pilot at U p, in. Stopped oti
Honolulu, June 12th. at 5:15 a. ui., aiiu
received pilot at 5:20 a. in. Wcalhci
line tin on. bout the passage. June 0th.
at 3:40 p. in. pusscu close to & a Maia
roa. LOCAL &. tlttttHAl NEWS.
The band plays at tlio races thit
Mueio to-nlghti mid h raco at th
An aged kanaka died at noon yet
terday on Queen sIi-lcI mar liichuii
Tun tug Eleu took tlio members ol
the Legiblnturu to the races yostcrda)
A comical picture representing
Blaokvillo lire brigade at a tiro is in
The native dancing school party
held a luau Thurtday evening at their
hall, Queen street.
Tub now hoto cart for tho Hono
lulu Fire Department arrived by tlio
Mariposa this morning,
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Tin: wind being very light yester
day morning, fcuvurul parties went to
the races in row boats.
Read Lewis & Co.'s announcement
of ice-houso goods received by tho
Mariposa this morning.
Mn. Rasemann has removed his
book bindery to tho Campbell block,
opposito tho "Uazetto" oillco.
Amonu sovoial stufled animals on
the Mariposa for tho Colonies are a
seal, a walrus, u turtle and a largo
The l'unaiiou Junior was badly
hcaten by tho Royal School Junior
to-day, by -1 of tho foriner to 13 of
In tho unoking ico. of tlio Mari
posu, under tho head of Mtdicul,. is
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TmMftii ii'i'ii nf KiSmMA
a ;a.v.;Tv :y
u duff yivvijwtlwn of
The Beaver ctlebrates tho 11th of
Juno by introduction, for tho benellt
of its euttuniTt, of a new and novel
machine for clipping oil' tho ends of
The boys of tho Reformatory
School cdobrated tho 11th of Juno
by a game of baseball and a feast, at
tlio tchci.l pnmiH'S.
A rnnso.VAi. item in a San Fran
cit co paper of the 2!)tli says that
Cnplain &'. Foslerof Honolulu (T. R.
Foster; if tit flat Occidental.
Tut: S. S. Muiiiom arrived about
0 o'oloek tliis morning mid docked at
tho P. M. S. a. wharf. Shu sails this
evening at 0 o'clock for tho Colonies.
Seven mistionnries from tho United
States may leave San Francisco by
tho bibt Ho.uiicr in July to take pas
eiige on tho Morning Star for tho
fcmilli Sea hlands.
Tin: coal imtters who refused duty
on the l.iet tiip of tho S. S. Maripoui
to San 1' ranein'o, and were trieil in
thai city, -won the case. Tlio Mari
1 omi li.i"Cliiiit'."o coal passers now.
DnuNKE.v brawls were numerous
among tlio natives yobteiday after
noon, and thu air was heavily charged
with loud talking, piofajio language,
I ieiviuj female erics and the fumes
Tin: bon-bon party at the Yosemite
rink last uvoiiing was largely at
tended. A fancy skater who arrived
by tlio Zeiilandia was there and ex
hibited tome rcmaikahU' tkill on
Tit i:m: was a fight nt tho gato of
Ihc raco pounds yesterday. A man
under considerable excitement was
knocking down all who camo in his
way until ti.ken in charge by the
Pitori:ort E. Williams's dancing
.-.chcol was hi Id at thu Yosemite rink
riiumlny evening for tho second
'iine. 'ihu boys are doing well,
hoiih loino of them lind it hard to
urn out their toes.
One of the Pantheon stnblo ex
press horses, valued at $300, was
overwoiked in taking passengers to
and from tho races yesterday, and
died fiom tho eii'ects at tho stnbles
The steamer Kinau, which nrrived
yesterday, btought a messago from
tlio Volcano House to Wilder S. S.
Co., stating that tho Little Beggar is
waking up and that lava appears to
bo coming back into tho crater.
It is said that when Mr. Graham
handed over tho management of tho
Hawaiian Hotel to Mr. Uartlett, every
room in tho establishment was occu
pied except one, tho guest of which,
a grati-widtwir, was out nil night.
, Captain Iloudlett.fornieily master
of the barkentino W. H. Dimond,
Oyill make his next trip to Honolulu
as chief officer of the S. S. Australia.
'On the return of that steamer to San
Francisco lloudlett will bo appointed
TAVEnNiEii's latest is an oil paint
;ng of tlio lava How of 1880. It
.'iiiiiu from llilo by tho Kinau, and is
hi view at the oflieo of tho Wilder
Steamship Company. Tho details
.iro artistic, (ho colors inteiiEc, and
ho ('(I'tct sublime.
The commander of Geo. W. Do
Long Post, G. A. R Honolulu, has
oceived a letter from Mr. C. W.
Linoh, of St. Johnsville, Montgomery
'ouiity, Niv Yink, asking lor the
vhereabouts of his brother, once a
hoLiuaker in Honolulu.
The adjourned annual meeting of
ho Hawaiian Mission Children's
nciely will bo laid at tho Y. M. C.
V. Hall this evening at7:C0; reports
vill bo read and tlio lotiriug prei.i-
.lent will deliver his address. It is to
'o hoped that there will bo a full at-
In an inUrvdl between races yes
eiday aftuiHou, a meeting of tho
fockvy Chili was held, at which
'oliini 1 S iiuldiug, in tho name of
h' Club, ) ri lenkd Mr. C. O. Ikrger
It a nlvi.r i i'lhrr, g blit, and
iii, in i. cij.nl it n f hie tuiu
i) iw Club in (ho caiucity tf Score
Tin: limine ful and brutal actions
of the railois of schooner Mille
Morris, when landing sheep yester
day, were foniething terrible. Tho
poor and emaciated animals receivo
neither water nor food from tho tiino
of leaving Lnnai until they arrive at
tho slaughter house, and when being
landed at the clocks tho natives seem
to take leiisuro in thiowiug them
down as hard as they can.
Yesterday afternoon tho bell of
Engine Co. No. 1 sounded an alarm
gf ilro for a slight blazo in Singer's
bakery. Sonio kindling wood had
caught firo in thu baku houto fiom u
stray coal from iho oven. A daughter
of Mis. Singer discovered tho (Iro
and put it out with buckets of water.
The smoko was seon by somebody,
who sounded tho alarm, Tho engino
companies did not conio out becauso
they wero not needed.
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The select committee, to investi
gate tho charges of undue electoral
inlluonco on tho estate of tho Minis
ter of Foreign A flairs on Lanai, hud
a meeting this morning. It was de
cided to hold next meeting on Mon
day morning at 8 o'clock, and sum
mon tlio parties on both sides to
appear in person or by counsel.
There nre nino witnesses on hand to
support tho charges, and several to
rebut them, Hon. L. A. Thurston,
nieipher for Molokui, is counsel for
thu complainants, , .
HOLIDAY IN A BEPULtillflE,
fi. holiday party yestorday uoutto
boo u cavu clojo to ono of the most
aristocratic quuttcrs of Honolulu.
They found tlio opening to tho
cavern, tin archway of lava, almost
ctmccald hy a growth of laiitann.
Willi the light ot u lantern hoi row
ed from n neighboring cottugu tlio
party penetrated about a hundred
and lilty feet into tho gloomy re
cesses. In tlio third of a scries of
clinmhurs, reached hy crawling up
over n barricade of rocks, a ghastly
sight was disclosed. (Jim iiiediuiu
si.ed hiliiutii skeleton, excepting tho
head neatly all hidden beneath n
rotted shroud, reposed in mi open
coffin. Another skeleton, complete,
of an adult, lay stretched out on n
hoard. Tho wreck of demolished
collins, numerous skulls and hones,
and decaying cerements, on shelves
of rock fti the dismal subterranean
chamber, iniulo an awfully weird
spectacle in thu dim I ght of tho
lantern. IJuyoud this chamber an
opening went steeply down to ms
tenons regions heyoiid, which the
party woui willing to leave tnexploi
ed for the tiiuu lieiug, they having
had enough of novel honor for oui;
holiday. Tho life and light, ami
tho refreshing mountain lueezt'S,
wore appreciated above even par, on
cuiRigiiig from the dark, dank, noi
some catacomb. As the collins seemed
to lie of California redwood, the re
mains are probably not very nnclent.
There are said to be several caves in
the cnviinns of Honolulu which have
been made pluc.es of scpiilluic.
THE UNION PICNIC YESTERDAY.
The Sunday schools of the Bethel
and Fort-slieet congiegutions and
the Y- M. C. A., held u plinio on
the giounds of the Oaliu College.
The young people were out in foice
and had u right jovial time. Swings
nntl gallics of vuiious kinds, not
omitting ample supplies of iefrc-h-iiients.
made the clay pif-s very plea
santly. The principal events, occu
pying the greater pait of the after
noon, were the baseball games. The
llrst was between nine boys under
twelve and nine men over foity, and
the second between nine girls of
various ages ami tho same team,
with one or two changes of men.
Following arc the teams and the
Waller Dillli'gliani, catcher 1
Fred Castle, pitcher 2
George Angus, 1st bac 1
Carl Mclirtcus 2nd base 1
Chin Ho Hyde, !lrd base 2
George Watci house, short slop 2
Frank Atherton, right Held 1
Hiram Blugbniii, center Held 1
Clarence Cooke, left Held 1
J. T. AVatcrhnusc, Jr., catcher.
J. Dare, pitcher
W. O. Atwuter, 1st base
W. W. Hall, 2nd bao ,...
P. C. Jones, Uvd base
S. D. Fuller, short slop -..
Captain Turner, right Held
X. Logan, center Held
C. 11. Dlekey, left Held
Captains, George Wntciliouso nnd
J. T. Wnterhouse, Jr.; Umpiie,
Eddie Jones ; Scorer, J. Shaw.
Laurlta Dickson, catcher 4
Emily Hnlstcud, pitcher :t
Eihel i inter, 1st base :)
Berlha Young, 2nd base !1
Belle Walker, uitl huso 3
llattio Foibcs, siioit stop il
Nellie Young, i Ight Held a
Agnes Judd, center Held !
Ltia Wilder, left Held a
John Waleihoue, catcher..
J. Dure, pitcher
W. O. Aiw aler, lstb'ise
B. F. Dillingham. 2nd base.
Kov. J. A. Ciu.aii.uid base.
S. D. Fuller, short sto
A. F. Cooke, right Held
X. Logan, comer Held. ......
C. 11. Dlekey, left Held
Tho men chnngod pitcher?, during
the game, Mr. C M. Coolce taking
Mr. Dale's place. Captains, Lun
ula Dickson and John Witteilioiiso;
Umpiie, Fied. Wntirhuiiso; Scoier,
The men weic rat lit r pleased to'
be tleleaticl by the hii,sainl masheci
h the guls, 12 to 8 and JO to 5,
nifiiicliiig favorable iiitllcalious thai
tint i ace seems to he in no danger of
physical degeneracy. Mr. J. Gou
salves was on the grounds with hi
camera, nnd took views of the
domestic hall nnd of the baseball
The annual races nt Kapiolnni
Park, under tho nubpices of the Ha
waiian Jockey Club, were the main
feature of ye-terday as a public holi
day. At n comparatively early
hour special 'busses and express
carriages began carrying out pas
sengers, so that by 10:30, the lime
fixed for tho laces to commence,
a large concourse of people was on
the grounds. A ticket oillco was
erected outside of the gate, which
was in charge of Mr. Wiseman.
Inside, the public and private stands
were thiouged, with humheds of
people in the grounds below. The
arrangements of the Jockey Club
wero well made, anil elllclcntly car
ried out. The ofllcinls of tho occa
sion, who performed their respec
tive duties promptly and satisfac
torily, were: Judges Colonel Z. S.
Spalditiii, Capt. J. II, Urown anil
Mr. .F. S. Pratt. Timekeepers
Messrs. V. V. Hastings and J. A.
Spier. Starter Major A. B. I lay
ley. Cletk of Course Colonel
LEWIS & CO.
rx MAKiroSA ON IOB,
Cm Its V. Iankca. Saddling Pad
dock lion. Cecil Brown. The olll
ciul programme presented 8 events,
all of which (except the "Waikupu
Cup," for which there were no en
tries, and was therefore withdrawn)
camo off in tho order arranged, and
wero apparently contested fairly
and sqtian ly. It wiih,jvcII on to
wards half-past eleven o'clock when
the llrsl rate was called. Following
arc the events and the icsiilts:
I Honolulu Plate, $76.
Running Rucc, halt-mile dash, open
Hon. J. A. Ciiiiuiilus's eh. m. Queen
Knplohitil, U years, 102 poutidt 1
.Mr. J. S. Kiuueisley's I), g. idle Boy,
5 ) ears. 117 p iiutU 2
Hon. bam. l'uier' b. g. Col. Gift, I
year. lJf pounds 3
Qiic.cu Kupioluui took the lead at
the slait, with Idle Hoy second. On
the home stretch the latter gained
on the foriner, but the Qiiceii suc
ceeded in gelling under the wiic
about half a length aluad. Time
2-Kipiclani Park Plato, $100
Running Race, ?.,-mile 'dash, open to
all ho'lbcs bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at any meeting of thli
Mr. C., B. Mile' s. g..Got Awav, 0.
year . 117 pounds .'... 1
Major W.ll. Count ell's b. f. KatleC,
2) ears, H'J pounds 2
Hon. Cecil Biowu's br. g. Stai light,
a years, 101 pounds 3
Dr. John Drodie'ri s. in. Queen, 3
year-, 104 pounds 1
Stui light led until past the half
mile post, when Get-Attay begun to
pull up. and ultimately reached the
winning post first. Timu 1 :'-'aA.
3 Lunamikaainana Plate, $100.
Running Race, one mile dash; fice
Hon. J. A. Cummins' b. in. Angle A.,
C years, 1'7 pounds 1
Major W. 11. Coinwcll's b. in. May
D., 4 ycais, lilt pounds 2
Mr. C. b. Klnueisley's b. g. Itllu Boy,
5 ycus, lit) pounds 3
Tins was an cxelling rate. May
D took the lead, closely followed by
Angle A. Before turning the comer
on the home si' etch, Anjie A. was
ahead, reaching home about three
quniters of a length in advance of
May D. Time t :19.
4 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup
Running Race, a sweepstake of $o0
adtled; cup to be won by tho same
person twice, Ihu second winning to
be at any future annual meeting; one
mile dash, open to all three-year-olds.
Hon. Sam. 1'aikcr's b. m. XIku, 1
ycaiu, lr.l poiintU 3
linn. J. A. Ciiiiir.ilus Quccu K.iplo
laui, 3 yeais, 113 pounds 2
This was n splendid race, but dis
appointed the expectations of many
in Ihu result. Nisa kept ahead
from I) i st to lust, closely put-lud a'l
ihc way around by her competitor,
hho passed the who al out a length
in advance. Time 1:17 1-5.
J-Ooaaiiiu Plate, $100.
Running Race, one milt; dash, free
for all Hawaiian bred horses. Maid
ens id'owed live pounds.
Mr. 11. J. Agnew'scli. II. Jim Dodd,
3 veins, lu.t pounds 1
Hon. Cecil Brown's b. g. O. IL, 0
yiiu, ill) pounds 2
Mr. i.I!. Allies' s. g. Gel-Awiy, 5
years, 110 pounds 3
Jim Uoild h:ul made up his mind
to win, ami win lie did ; but ho hud
to woik for it. Time 1 :6lA.
d Kamehamiha Flat', $! 5.).
Running. Iiucc, 1 . mile dash, open to
Hon. J. A. Cummins' li. m Angle A.,
o years, 1 17 pounds.. 1
Major W. II. Coiiiwell's b. li. Han-
cnek, agetl, 1j:I pounds 2
This late was a hard struggle for
v dory, lhitit't el;, who was behind
at tho llrst part of the race, gut
ahead of Angie A. fuithcr on, but
Augio uiaingt d to prujict her head
ii d i tin wiic a small little in ad
auce of Hancock. Time 2:4 j.
, Pony Race, $75.
Running Race, mile dash, o en ta all
poult s ol 14 hands or under.
Mr. II. J. Aguuw's g. g. Surprls ',
Hon. Cecil Brown's br. in. Klklhi, 4
ajor W. II. Cornwall's br. in. Mol-
)ie, 3 yens 3
Hon. Sain. Pntker's blk. in. Hawaii,
II. rabbu, Jr., b. g. Palolo, 4 years,
M. Steven on, s. in. Polly, a god 0
Miiunakcu's blk. in. llukl-miil-ka-
Ulna, 4 yea is ,.,...., 0
Manuel Rosa's blk, in. Ruby, 3 years, 0
Considerable time was consumed in
trying to net the animals all olf to
gether. The finishing of the race
was a tough tussel between Suipiisu
and Kikihi, the former reaching
home just exactly in time to he
ahead, and no more.
(Dates to the Hi It itist,, ptr A'. JS.
John Kelly, tho Tammany leader,
died in New Yoilc on June 1st, and
his wife is seriously ill.
President Cleveland and Miss
Frances Folsom wero married on
Wednesday, June 2nd, at the Kxe
cutivo Mansion, Washington, by
I Roy. Dr. Suudciland, assisted by
Rev. William Cleveland, biothcr of
Daniel Manning has resigned the
Seeietaryship of the Treasury, on
the ground that the responsibilities
and ttork of the olllcc mo to great
fur u convnli scent smli as him to
rutlll with ju-tlce to the public. In
hit letter of le-iginilion bespeaks
strongly in favor of a icveiiiio tariff,
ii'i'l against the uiilimiled coinage of
silver. Pri'Sidt nt Cleveland, in a
sympathetic icply, urges Mr. Mtin
uiiu t postpone Ills determination
and accept leave of absence till the
1st of October. The S cictary has
neeepUd the considerate sugges
tion. M'Mo murders by Apaches arc re
porlt'd in Graham ciniiitv, AiiCona.
Ki mn oO to 1(10 While Mountain
Apaghes havu It ft their reserva'tini
on a ili initiating tour. The truops
i event ly fought a huge hand near
St'pnr, New Mexico. Gen. Miles
is tiling nil he can, but he has not a
sii'llleiout force. Without reinforce
ments It will be many months before
the hostilcs in the th-ld tire bioiight
to terms or ciiished out. One of
the victims is Dr. II. Clinton Davis,
ttho was shot by liidhurs while cliiv-ii-g
from Tucson to ihu San Pcilro.
!!e ciiiiic from Iowa lime .tears ago,
and haves n widow mid chl.tl..
The Iiish home rule hill was to
have come up I'.Main in the llritish
I'ailiamcnl on the 7th of June. Mr.
Gladstone, in a ci.iicillatoi'v Idler to
uLiiiital member, said that all that
was desired by u second reading this
session was to uiihin the piiucip.c of
giving Ireland a local Icgisluliuc. If
successful thus far, too lucasine
would bu brought up at the autumn
session for pet lection of .details.
It is said on high authority that
Gladstone has resolved on immediate
dissolution if defeated on second
reading, ami that wiits would be is
sued lor new eh clions nl the eailiest
possible ui'iiuciit Ihoi caficr.
The Oiiiugc and thu Green lind a
fatal coiilKct at Helfasi on Juno -1th.
A thousand Orangemen attacked a
hundred navvies employed hy the
liaihor commissioners, d iviug them
into the it liter. Thirty Catholics were
fnjtiicd, and twelve taken to hospi
luls. VJiiurcs Cuiry, the solo support
of hisuidowi'd mother, was tii owned.
Policemen fully aimed patrolled the
city to pi event fur her trouble.
The fishing dispute between tho
United Stales and diiadu pres- ills
few new apecls. Aimed Aiueiicau
s-chooiieis, ri-stiltcd to I'ght the Ca
nadian police bo. its, aic icpoitcd to
boon thu sec ic. A goutl ileal ol
iuteicst is taken by Aiiiiiicaii3, in
and out of Conjjrc s, in ihu aiilval
In Canadian wate s of the Kiiti.-h
iiouclad lJellcio.ilion and other men-of-war
in C. Haitian tvatcr.-f. 'Hint,
however, should have no signifi
cance, llalilax being tlie Impel ial
! naval slaiiou ol North Ainciicu, and
tho Dcllciopliou being a fauiillar
isitor theie. A iiimor of a mote
sei ions aspect is that 10,000 ltiitish
tionps hnte been oidcretl to llalilax,
wheio a blngle nglinciit N the usual
Imperial gun mini, hut it is d uibt
f it I if this icpoit is line. The United
Mates Norili Ailaut.o stuta'lion has
been oi tiered t-i the lioublcd water.-.
Peter Mitchell, leader of Ihu thiid
paily, consisting of himself, in the
Canadian Parliunifiit, and a former
Minister of tMariue ami Fisheries, is
quoted as saying: "Tnis matter will
be settled u- Canada wants it to be,
or not ut all. It will not he us Fug
l.tiitl says, but as Canada wishes.
England it ire not oppose tin in this:
We know our iitihis and shall niain
ta ., ilieui. tit whi.ti-ver c st.'"
Ai! Special Ordeis
li, Bitter or Cram
lefi i.t IJ.W In .(. U DEI S (IVIe.
phot ti t:iv "uy mo oloj;
Before 11 O'clock
wl 1 1 1 111 led ttidi nil oiiiiIIj
Ilium, lui.i-s by lint
Woodlawn Dairy &. Stock Comp'y,
I1 A. I.. ."MIUl, Hre'y lm
Corrugated Iron !
An liivoice Just recnlvi-tl,
6, 7, 8, and 0 Foot LcngthB.
I J I I UUUVl M l XLIUIUI
For fa In in Quantities to suit.
WXTX:E1 -Sc Co.
PIGS FOIl SAL1!.
A KKW t'lIOIOK unnll
eN I iu, lit for ioallrtj.
A !-, it low eliolf-o lluroc
I'll!", for bice .Iiil'' nur-
LL.NALl O HOME.
WM. G. IRWIH & 00.,
kOLE AGENTS KOIl THri KiNODOM OF
The Celebrated Taro Flour
Ate prepared to offer fpcclal. linliu-rnicnN to Phut tlnns and Sldiping Agcnts.
Taro Flour 1 pneked In m nine etui aiiiei-- for lniilip-it-ni betwren tho
Isla-itls nnd for foicluii slilpm"ni pecltil mde s will be it-tt iv.u nn-l aikul In
any btylt! requited. Tula 'luro Flour U FA It aUI'EUluK to dial niitiufiioiurid
Tho new me hod of miklni; Pol om of TAbO Fl OlJIt hat rrtlurcd Ihc Mnio
from '! m ON1A' 1 HDLIt The old method of cooking It in 11 big has bet-n ill-,
curded. Tlieiu is no nenl of building a II ie rpccially fti the poipote, fur il can be
coo It ei I at ihu siiiiit- lime iluif the oitliuary mini is beltii: tcmtttl.
Take mi aisiile Iron or iioieululn lliietl Biut-e an, ninl pour inio It one part of
Taro Flour lo two parts of water. Mix t.ell ami bj Ml n theie am no lumpi.
Place the aucc an over a gootl tin-ami siirihe Hour mid tvtlcr ttitli a worn I en
-poou ni-Hiick until il becomes thick, "tilth wid tke fiom :i iof uilioiit-s accotd
mg t lu-at vinpln)id. Afier 1 i thick, occ t-Ionni lh'ioi g!i hilr li.i; is mcsMiry,
adiling 11 little! warm ttater fiom tiote to litiiu 10 prett n- It-, ei-illni; ion Illicit I.t-t
il slnimt-r for nearly an Imur anil be utmost us Mill' it panil ihnt 1, quite ihtek.
Put it into a i-nlaliimh or lure bowl, anil let It tttuil from two to thiee ilitys, wln-n
il will become n'co ami tail
tSlioiihl tho Pol show a tcnirt-iiry tn lic-cntr.u cloggy or lumpy, Mrnln It through
a piece of netting into a pun 01 howl anil smooth it ii'otvn uJth a politic) imt-her or
1'urruiiM iireferring sweet Pol will Unci that br conkluc ilio liner nccorillni: to
the nbiive .iiisiiueilons while ne.'itiiiiC ilit-ir eveuiiii; in- ut, mill li-HMig il ttunel
oternlglit, It will he in proper c million lor use on ihr follow I il' uiortilnir. '12
F.HORN Can Be
Fruit and All Fancy ices Cheaper .
rtinti any other LsUblUhincni on Ihu Ilnials, iinel which III2 GL'Alt.Mv'lEES to
lie S-poiloi tii any olliel :
FinSll.Y I1011X lira Ihc tnicilciil Expcrlt-nre-li'tn 'f for !' t-ii In nil known
UI E.I.MS mm I'ANlY JUI S ami lor ilnif ichhiii i i.tn ohliijiit to pn exira.
vag.mi iMigt-s ( r ituotlie-i man a Uiiowleelge not woiili 'J5 tciit-Tin him.
."ECUNDLY IKiltN has i.o e.Mia E.Nptnsc such us Unit: Help, etc.
IIIIIU) Y-HUHN ha- SlEAM FAt.'ll.I I II S by tOilili ln-w.li mill.-In twenty
inltiulL-s teli it ulll alvii a nitnoiit liour lo tlo, iitnl loi Hi t leiikon liiii iNecuio
urelcis in lar hoitei lime than an ollnr.
t'OL'KTHI. ' OHN is tlie pnielicail MiMir nver hi join lie.' "men. In ina'y
oilier crliililishuii'iilti of tliU Mini, lht jo irm.t uii'ii n- he ni mi- s, no n, tiller
how Hnte knowb-tlgo Ihe.t uu- c m-s-i-iI o , U-euu-c the e nq ho, er l.i.ous i.o
llilng about the making of the iiilicie he sell-.
PS. Although no! ialnij nee itctl
arrive toon, F. HuHN w 111 ixcetite Hindi
TEMPLE OF FA
Ol inul 3
Wc aro pleased to announce the arrival of our immense huge ln'oicc of
Dry Gflofls, Fancy Goolls, Lsces, Elop,
' Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and arc now cffuiing unpiccedcntcel iitl uiititnlled llurgiiins In all cur cUi arim'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Inn reci'lvcti, 100 pic-c-cB of.vcry line Vicle-rin Iiwn ni $'-' npitre, lOja-tlp; n vrrj
liire nssoiinu-iit of new t-j'rlnjr nj les in l.atti, 4. I niiMe Sii'd-nr. pIhId
llgiiutl and lircLiidttl, wldtt Pitpic i ml a lull lint ol l.'liii-1 1 1 il-, il e Inlctl e Ut.
Lace Boucle, Ladies" Trioot Olotli
in all the new shade?; 40 doz f.ntlics I.is'c Tlut-utl Hoio nt -!0 cents,
the best value cur olVtl'etl.
Just rrrcived, all I lie lnlcMj st Its In Hoy- at tl ( liililicnV Fnin ; Orrnl l'urpains,
Boys blue FJaiiel Sailor Mitts nt $:.r)o n tii, It. .ItiM ritcitril, tilled fiom
Liiilics', Men's, Misses' and Children's Slices,-."
whlcli tvu oiler nt
FRANK CERTZ, '
Itccelvvd ex AuttiadH. n Lurue I'.i.tl Ivlegnnt fciot k of bn m d liiltuiiB Kprlnc
licwl Hjiot-t. of ull tm-s, Albo, a H, It mini stock ot
Gents' and Boys'
. VuhcIIiic AVIiHc,
YcUiiu Poinnelc, , ,
Vnarllnc Camphor lr.
VaHOllnet :oltl C'lt-nm.
VuM'tlitt tlnlr Oil; '-'-VliNclliit'
MewliiK .llnt-hliie Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 F.ort Street.
the- mce mi at jilinurcs yc til.ic-h are lo
oidcis ful Cititiiis fie m ltd tin cm ve-iy
bctl.ioc k prlt c.
& CO., Proprietors.
Boots and Shoes.
Si jpp fSfpanii