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MAMnrAOTCBiMo Jeweleb amd Watch
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Our stock of Spring
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and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices arc moderate.
Jewelry in special designs
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THE VALUABLE 1'llOPERTY ON
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bola's." There are Five Cottnces on the
property and room for two or three morn.
A good Investment for a person who can
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and collecting rents. For further parti
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M Merchant street.
Honolulu, April 8, leltt. 1301-lw
B. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nununu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
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utes' walk from the tram-
car. It has Cook House. Bath House and
Uood Sea Bathing. Household Utensils
and Dishes are all complete. Room a may
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Also. Building l.otn for rale.
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IIO YEN KEK & CO..
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OROOKEUY nd QLABBWAKR.
In response to many re
quests from a number of Ho
nolulu residents during the
pant week, I will deliver a
Lecturu upon India, its cli
mate and its inhabitants.
The population of India is
about .100,000,000 and no
doubt muny residents of Ho
nolulu will bo interested to
hear a Lei turo upon the cuh
toms, qtc, of a country wheie
in such a vast population re
sides. "Skquaii" will wear the
Indian Turban (Head Dress)
at the Lecture.
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Lecture Commence at 7:30.
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8YMPAHY FOR MH. 1UOKA.RD.
Imlnont EuRlieh Opinion ARdlnat
Validity of Oourt-Martlnl.
By ari'cetii innil a lottor has boeu
received from Etifrlnud containing
thti opeului; extract of tho following
series, m whII an the HUecceding
pre? report of pnrlinmontarr pro
ceedings: Wo with fully acquainted nith all
particulars as to Urn revolutionists.
I believe it wan laid dowu by Lord
Chief Justice Cockburn, one of the
ablest judges England has ovr neon,
that martial law could not bo tstab
lislied and the ordiuary courts held
at the same time. I don't think
England will allow this matter to
drop .See extract from parliament
ary proceedings enclosed:
Mr. LuttrtMl, M. P., is Inking an
interest in tho case of Mr. Jtirknrd,
connected with this neighborhood,
who has ben sentenced to 35 years'
poual sorvitudo iu connection with
tho rebellion iu Hawaii. In tho
House of Commons on Tuesday, iu
roply to a question by Mr. Luttrell,
tho Under Secretary for Foreign Af
fairs said a JJritiHh subject, mined
Kiekard, was condemned to death
for being concerned in a royalist
rebellion in Hawaii in favor of tho
deposed Queen, but the sentence
had been commuted to thirty five
years' imprisonment with hard labor,
aud a fine of ten lhou.iud dollars.
As soon as full reports had been re
ceived the Govern men t notild con
sider the desirability of endeavoring
to procure a mitigation of tliocoii
tonce (hear, hear). We understand
that Mr. Luttrell has also had n pri
vate interview with Sir Edward
Gray, which loads him to consider
the case to bo hopeful.
Answering Mr. Luttrell, tho Under-Secretary
for Foreign Aftairs
said a British nubject, named Kiek
ard, was condemned to death for
being concerned iu a Royalist rebel
lion iu. Hawaii in favor of the de
posed Queen, but the oentence had
been commuted to thirty-five years'
impriBoument with hard labor, and
a fine of ten thousand dollars. As
soon as full reports had been receiv
ed the Government would consider
tho desirability of endeavoring to
procure a mitigation of the sen
tence (hear, hear).
Mr. Luttrell has taken up tho case
of the Englishman Kiekard, who
has been sentenced to thirty-five
years' imprisonment in connection
with the rebellion in Hawaii, because
one of his constituents is Kickard's
brother-in-law. He tells me that
he has had a private interviow with
Sir Edward Gray, which, coupled
with the answer he received to his
question this afternoon, leads him
to consider the affair to bo hopeful.
fcUIOIDE ON HAWAII,
Jobu Mills Fires a Riflo Through His
The steamer Likelike which arriv
ed to-day from Hawaii brought tho
news of tho death of John Mills in
Hilo, Hawaii. Mills is a well kuown
character both in Honolulu and tho
John Mills placed the end of a
15-70 Winchester iu his mouth and
pulled the trigger on Saturday after
noon. The bullet wont clear through
tho hoad, splitting it iu two. Tho
skull was laid open and death was
almost instantaneous. Those who
witnossed tho romaius state that it
was a horrible sight. The cause of
tho suicide is not exactly kuown, but
it is supposed to be despondency.
The funeral took place on Sunday
morning aud was largoly attended.
Frank Shopardson, an engineer on
tho Southern Pacific Ky., who resides
at Los Augolos, Cal., was troubled
with rheumatism for a long time.
Ho was treated by Boveral physiciaus,
also visited tho Hot Springs, but re
ceived no permauent reliof until ho
used Gltambolain'H Pain lialm. He
says it is tho best medicine in tho
world for rhoumatinm. For sale by
all dealers. Keusou, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Whon Casimir-Perier resigned,
Frauce might havo had tho novelty
of a revolution by tolopbouu. The
Duke of Orlbaus, who was in readi
ness at Dover, hired the exclusive
use of the telephone between Eng
land and Paris for twenty-four