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LOCAL, AND GENERAL
Bristol's horao show tonight at
Tho I3i3hop of Pnnopolis Iiqb
, roturnod from a visit to Maui.
Uroat bargains at o. x. nator-1
llOUBO s ury gouutj Biuru iuih wuuk.
Tho Hawaiian Athlotio Associa
tion moots at lr. M. 0. A. hall this
"W. H. Itfokard, tho Honokaa
ronl cstnto man and coffee planter,
is in tho city.
Surveyor Bruner has moved his
camp to the Ilorbortplaco on tho
other Bide of tho pali.
Paul Mahaulu, administrator of
tho estate of Chang King, hriB a
notico in this issuo.
Bniny weather mado tho atten
dance at Makoo Islaud yesterday
only fair to middling.
rt Dr. 0. B. High, dontist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dontal Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Templo.
Hon. Paul Neumann and A. G.
M. Bobortson- were passengers on
tho "W. G. Hall from Kauai yester
day. Tho rain camo down in torronts
at tho Pali yesterday morning. All
tho reservoirs woro filled iu short
Managor 0. Hedomann of tho
Honolulu Iron Works returned
from Maui on tho Claudino yes
Thomas Koikoi was sent to jail
by Judge do la Yergno on Satur
day for six weeks for malicious
injury and mischief.
Ah Sing was fined $10 this
morning by Judge do la Verfjne
for chofa playing; two domino
gamblers wore fined S10 each.
Tho gamo of baseball botwoen
the Punahou and Kamehameha
teams on Saturday was won by
tho latter by a score of .15 to 0.'
Torohon and Valoncieunes laces
aro still in groat demand. L. B.
Korr has a choice lot, which, ho is
selling at lowest poBsiblo rates.
Members of the Choral Socioty
will not forgot that tho regular
flraoti6e will bo held at the High
School building tomorrow ovou-
"Pentecostal Meetings" at tho
N Methodist Episcopal church at 3
and 7:30 p. m. today. Meetings
conducted by Bov. J. H. Smith,
The consensus of opinion among
tho salts on tho watorfront is that
the expedition on board tho Percy
Edwards will return in tho shape
of bono meal.
George Sea, tho accommodating
clerk of tho police station, was
taken ill this morning and had to
go homo. He is tliroatoned with
hemorrhage of tho lungs.
In tho police court today the case
of SangHop,accused of gross client-
iug, was sot for trial on tho 18th.
Ono Irishman and ono Kauaka
woro lined for drunkeniress.
Kroogor Pianos,swootest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. "Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing and repairing. WSf Tele
i Tho streots woro crowded with
people during tho noou hour, tho
J . attraction boing tho parndo of
' v Professor Bristol's horses. Tho
procession was headed by a couplo
o6 mounted police and n detach
ment ot tuo government uanu.
In tho police court on Saturday
David Bakor pleaded guilty of
battering his wife;, sontenco wbb
suspended. Two of tho Portu
guese kids arrested for breaking
windows and killing ducks woro
given five days eaoh in jail and a
third throo weoks.
Chester Doyle tolls an amus
ing story of two pooplo in a streot
car this morning who woro dis
cussing his murdor at Spreckols
ville and said they always oxpoct
ed something of tho kind would
happen to him. Doylo did not
inform them that it was another
'Japanese interpreter who was
KENTON 1 Kolmla. Hawaii, March 8, 1897,
to the wife of H. II. Kenton, u daughter.
WALKEK-ALLMAND-In Honolulu, MaVch
IS, IMIT, nt the residence ol thu bride
moom. I'linnhoii, by tho Itev. Douulus I.
Wmle, FiederlfU (ieoiitc Evton Wnllicr,
eldest eon of Uaptulu F. U. Wulker, to
May I.oulo Allmnml, only daughter of
thu Uto John Allmsiul, of Norfolk, Va.
THE MARKET FOR SUGAR
.sl'oaii nrocKt ii.ivi: an
No Chans In Cintrllaj(ali Arrival
ikI llrparturcn ol Muttnr fli
nt the Count.
Mossrs. Castlo it Cooko raako
tho follow report of tho condition
of the sugar market from advices
rocoived by the China and Ala
meda: Centrifugals, tho basis for 9G
remaining at 3$. Following aro
the sales reported: Mar. 23, 2000
bags to arrive, 3Jc. for DC ; Mar.
24, 800 bngs spot, 8JC. for 9G ;
Mar. 25, 4400 bogs to arrive, SJc.
for 9G ; Mar. 2G, 5000 bags to ar
rive, 3ic. for 9G .
Uranulateu lins uroppeu to d.Uu
cts. in New York, in San Francis
co it is lj cents.
Beets have steadily declined as
tho following quotations will
Fob. 23 9s por cwt
27 8s 91d"
Mar. 1 8s 8Jd"
2 8s 9d"
Sinco tho 2nd of March thoro has
bcon no chango.
Sugar stock has had a constant
upward tendency, closing vory
firm at tho figures quoted, prob
ably on account of the encourag
ing prospocts of tho incoming
Administration; ploase find bo
low the closing quotations on
F.eb. 23 S114 3-G $102 7-8
24 1141-2 103
25 1141-8 1021-2
20 11G 3-8 103
27 117 8-8, 103
Mar. 1 1171-4 1031-4
a. 117 2-4 1031-2
3 1181-8 104
Arrivals Mohican, Honolulu,
Feb. 25; Anna, Mahukoua, Feb.
25; Lurline, Kahului, Feb. 25;
Ceylon, Honolulu, Feb. 27; W.
H. Dimoud, Honolulu, Fob. 27.
Sailings W. G. Irwin, Hono
lulu, Feb. 23; Albert Meyer, Ka
hului, Feb. 24; Consuelo, Mahu
kona, Feb. 27; Br ship Gonista,
Hilo, March 2; Helon N. Kimball,
Kahului, March 3; Martha Davis,
Honolulu, March 3.
Vessels on the Berth Mohican,
No Bailing dato given. Annie
Johnson, Hilo, advertised to sail
iuritnr.it of a Japanese.
ieuloji lit Itoiilh by n Mob ot UN
On ii Countrymen.
Tho Japanese at Camp 3 on tho
Spreckolsvillo plantation havo been
having a good deal of troublo with
their interpreter of lato over money
matters, culminating iu a row on
tho evening of the 11th, during
which tho man was boaten to
death by a mob of about 300 of
hie countrymen. Deputy-Sheriff
Scott investigated the affair, ar
rested four of tho ringleaders and
lodged thorn in Wailuku jail.
About an hour afterwards the
deputy-sheriff was notified by tele
phono that a mob of 300 Japauese
had left tho plantation for the
nurnoso of rescuing tho prisoners,
claiminc that thev were all eaual-
ly guilty. Deputy-Shoriffs Scott
and Dow at once called on tho
Wailuku Citizens' Guard for assis
tance and in a short timo 100
armed men' woro guarding 0 tho
jail. The Japanese had evidently
heard of the preparations to re
ceive thorn, for they failed to put
in au appearance.
On 1' riduy a dolegation of thorn
visited Wailuku and employed
S. F. Ohillingworth to defend the
prisoners. Acting on his advico
most of the rioters returned to
work, but about 70 of them wore
still iu Wailuku whou tho mail
Schilling's Best pepper is
pepper-hot, and gingergin-ger-hot;
but not ginger
sawing s. tiesi
are money-back if you don't
Celebrated for Its great leavening atrcngth
and licnltlil'ulnesB. Assures tho food ugalnst
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to thu cheap brands, llorxi. Hakino Tow
iieii Co., New Yokk.
Friendly invitations; friendly
tnlk. Friendly niorclfaiidise
and the koy-noto of nil friendly
prices. Why not? Friendly
friends of tho store make this
possible, pleasant. It spurs us
to broader and better and nioro
Our cash plan is another
advantage to the customer with
money in hand. Wo give a
gr,cat big discount of 10 por cont.
This brings tho cost of your
purchases right down to sub
bottom, and you can afford to
get anything that wo have in
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
.The March number of this Journal
for the dtudonts n( tin- I'ulillo Hi'IiohIh
will ho on salt ut 'he Gii,dkn Hum
Baza au on MONDAY NEXT. It
will be full of Interesting Artlnlc",
HhortStorlef, Poems, etc. J.M.WKHB,
A FUI.Ij link ov
1867 Tennis Balls,
Counters, . Etc., Etc., Etc.
Received Ex '"Alameda."
No., 306 Fort Street.
Tito underpinned having been ap
pointed Administrator of the Etato
of Chaug King, lute of Waialna, Oahu,
deceased, by order of the Honorable
A. Perry, Second Judge of tlw Circuit
Court, Flrttt Judicial Circuit, Hepufx
lie ot Huwuii, hereby notilles all per
sons having claims nguln-a said es
tate to pri'sonttliofcutnu with vouchers
duly authenticated, even tuoHgh the
satno be secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to blin at Wnlalua, Onliu,
within six (0) months from dato
hereof, or such claims will bo forever
barred. All pen-oiiH Indebted to said
estate are also notified aud directed to
nay such debts to the Administrator
only. PAUL MAHAULU,
Administrator of the Estate of Chang
Dated Waialua, Oahu, March 8,
1807. 558 4t
All accounts of THREE months or
lotiKer standing, will be pliiccd In tho
hands of our uttorney for collection
unless Immediate settlement is mnde.
552-15t J.J. KG AN.
J. I. WATERHOUSE
A rare good bargain was the
buying of n hundred dozen
shirt vnist3. Ami ynu t-hurc'
tho benefits. Shirt waists of
newest patterns in c lorings
and out go to you ut a dollar.
Somoat$1.75;boauties at $1.25.
Tho lot is almost gone, some of
tho prettiest will not last the
A new stock of ladies and
mens hose 'and half hoso at
half price. Cricketers ilannel,
just what is wanted by men
who try with tho wickets, at
low prices. Outing flannels for
ladies, in beautiful shades.
Such linen duck bargains
were never heard of in Hono
lulu. It's tho result of stock
taking maybo over-buying
has something to do with it
whichever .it is you aro tho
winner. Summer dress goods,
new importations, were never
prettier than now. Tho weaver
seems to know as much as tho
designor these days, and ho
puts them together so they
wear. This applies to Dimities,
Organdies ana Muslins. These
aro in fancies; the plains arc as
A whole department of Cor
sets gives you the chnnco
you've waited for. Prima
Donna, P. D., E. & G. and
ventilated. Tho price is light.
Navy" Blue and Black rain
proof cloth is serviceable for
wraps at this season.
Stock taking affects Turkish
Towel prices tho samo as every
thing else. This is customers'
week in profit sharing.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Hosiery ! Hosiery !
Ladies' Silk Hose .
Reduced from SB2.00 to oOc. per Paini
From 5 Cents "Hid! "' ""'tf: '?
. From 5 Cents Up ! -' ' V$
. ' v,r"-
From 5 Cents "OpT?. '
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervesfi
A.t 6 1
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervests
A.t 12 1--2 Cents per Grarmenl .
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
AST", These Undervests aro Unbleached Ribbed Garments and ara itn- -''
ported direct from tho factory. By buying an immense quantity (200 dozen), ', ".",
J am able to oflcr them to Honolulu ladies at tho ridiculous prices quoted above.
lo. 10-EOET STEEBT STORE-Uo. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street ; J&onolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVhisliiis,
Grenadines, Hotnespzcn, JLiizens,
An entiro now lino in Stripes, Plaids, Chocks, Pin Spots, etc.'
Latest in JSTeck "Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cufls.
The New Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, m Black aud White.
Now Ribbons ! !N"ew Trimmings I
10c. -:- Counter
W WMWIM 1 EFASJEION
Will ho loaded down with
Dimities, Lawns, Muslins and
On Saturday, March 13, 1897.
Sale Continues 1 "Week Only.
tS, Tho Newest and Freshest Lino in tho City is ,
of All Colors
- 4 Cents -oer
G-arment. v :;t'"