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Import of Champagne
- Into the United States
From January ist to April ist,
G. IL MUMM & OP.'S
EXTIIA PRY" 21,-101
Pommory & Giono ', 0,935
Moot & Chandon . . . .' 3,903
Charles Hoidsieok 2,790
Louis ltooderor 2,190
Perrior Jouot. . . v"'.'.1 . . . 1,820
Irroy it Co ." 1,215
Vvo. Clicquot 835
Boucho Soo 733
Dolbook & Go -153
St. Mnrcoiiux 209
Iloidsiock fc Go. Dry Mono-
Various : 2,003
-v Total 45,929
Compiled From Custom House Records.
Macfarlane & Co,, Lt'd.
Solo Agonts for Hawaiian
Islands for G. II. Mumin
jul4 tf t Go.
For Lease or Rent.
Tlioso desirablo Promises at
prosont occupiod by MRS. P.
Iiooney, situato at Wilder
A flno rosidenoo consisting
of Parlor, Throo Bodrooms, Dining
Boom, Path Poom, Store Room,
Kitchen and Pantry,
Servants' house, Stablo and
Largo spacious grounds plantod
with fruit and ( rnamontal trees.
Fruit troes now bonring fruit.
Limo and Lemon Troos, Alligator
Poar Trees, otc.
Also, n fino lorgo Pasturogo.
For particulais, apply to
MR. F. J. TURNER,
my 27. tf at Lewis & Co.
Ono Doublo Seat Family Carriage,
.Harness nud Llorso, very gontlo,
Mrs-? P. M. POONEY,
Wilder avenuo near Piikoi stroot,
or Mr. TURNER,
my23 2w at Lowjs it Go.
California & Hawaiiau Fruit it
Produco Compiny, opposite P.
P. -Depot, King Street. Every
-description of grooories and
dried fruits; and by every stonmer
from J3an Franoipoo and Vancouver,
Ico Houso fruits, frosh
Salmon, and Oystors.
Tolophono 755. P. O. Box 4.
A New Abstract Office
As a result of 15 yoars experience
in the Abstraot Business, I am
prepared to makq Abstracts of
Titlo in a most thorough,
and coraploto manner and on
F. W. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Ofiico, 318
Fort Street. myl3.
If you want tho highest grado
Family "Flour on tho Market ask
for Patent Excollont." Manufactured
by Novelty Milling Company
Engrosser - and Illuminator
Pacific Hardware Co.
Jiollister Drug Co.
523 Fort Stroet.
1 Photographic Dealers
i'SJ " JJ1SST GOODS
hksfW IjfYuroRfc Pvinos .
Also more dootors.
No baseball today.
It rained briskly at intervals
Dr. Wood's wifo rotumod homo
by tho Androw Wolch.
Band concert nt Emma Squaro
at 4:30 this afternoon.
J. S. Anmude -wilt famish you with
first class llnok nud a careful driver.
Tho Daily Pullet'n Publishing
Gompmy's plant will bo sold nt
auction at noon to-day.
Remember that "the sports at
Kapiolani Park begin at 2 o'clock
sharp this aftornoon.
Tho schoonor Kaulilun will
loavo for Fanning Island shortly
with supplios for tho Gruig
If you aro tired of tho hot and dusty town,
there Is no better placo for rest nnd rcctipcr
than at Ilnnlwal Batlu. Smooth hat
hcach and fino Biuf. Walltlki cars pass
Senator G N. Wilcox went
homo to Kauai by the Koauhou.
Ho will probably bo back for M on-day's
sossicn by tho Mikahala on
Cotton Ducks are flying universal satisfaction,
they nro mado In white, solid colors,
and figures; Piques In whlto and fancies, nr
also very popular, a fino assortment of these
materials can bo found at N. S. Sachs, 620
At a mooting of the Directors of
Hoalani Boat Club last night,
four now members wore admitted,
and fourtoen applications of membership
F, J. Krugcr, practical watchmaker,
or Fort and Merchant streets. Hcpahlug
watches a specialty. The celebrated Wiener
Regulators. Just tho thing for an
ato present to your friend.
An army of school ma'ams will
nrrivo on a filibustering expedition
from California on Friday.
Eligiblo bachelors will have t)
koop out of sight or be captured.
Tho Supromo Court term will
open on Monday, and tho calondar
will bo seen in this paper. Thoro
will bo hard work for tho Justuses
during several wooks after torm
in writing decisions.
There is no doubt a groat musical
trout awaiting tho Honolulu
public, in tho porformauocs of
Moiis. and Madame Marquardt.
Thoy will arrive by tho Australia
"230," Is tho number most licqucntly
called over thu telephone wires. It rings up
tho U.n it ci) (Uiuuacii: Comi'anj'u stand,
whero Superior Hacks with safo and
courteous drivers, aru ulna) a to bo found.
A complete lUery outilt, Including buggies
and waggonettes, furnished at the shortest
In giving tho list of Pacific
Lndgo of Freo Masons tho othor
day ahead of any othor paper
for several days tho uamo of
Honry Smith, who is Inner Guuid,
was omitted through a lapsa of
memory on tho part of our reporter's
The Scottish Thistle Olub had
a ploasant mooting last night.
Mr. Dall played tho iluto, Mr.
St"olo sang in melodious voice,
thoro was a Scotch dialoot
and any amount of ohafi' and
banter suoh as brither Scots aro
prono to indulgo in whon together.
An attempt was rando yostorday
morning by throo sailors from tho
ship Tillio E. Stnrbuck to run
away with,Prosidont Dole's yacht
Bonnio Dundoo. They sucooedsd
in running tho craft on tho roof,
and woro arrostcd. Somo damago
was done to tho yacht. Tlioir
offonse is next door to an attompt
to steal tho ship of stuto.
Volcano and Hawaii.
The following passongois loft
by the Bteamer Kmau yostorday:
Voloauo: J T Gassman and
wifo, Prof Colby and wifo, O C
Robortson, J E Govun, Mrs Mo-'
Glellan, Miss Mullins, Mrs Mosca
Mrs Cartwright, Mastor
Miss Cartwright. Way
ports: O L Wight, Mrs O L
Wight, II P Baldwin, W W
Goodalo, O F Horner and wife,
Miss Edith Bond, Mrs T O Smith,
Mr and Mrs Tullooh, W T Robin-son,
II S Padgot, G K Wilder and
wifo, Roy S Y Sugiyama, Rov J
K Kaauwai, MiBS Holmes, Mrs
Egner and ohildG O Bookloy, T
C Forsyth, W Morsoborg, wifo
and sorvant, Rov A Ostroin and
wifo, Mrs J Hoting, Rov D
Rov S W Kekuowa, Mrs
Richards, Mrs Thompson,
BOARD OF HEALTH,
Proceedings of Meeting
Held on Friday.
Thoro was n mooting of tho
Board of Health yostorday
Pipsont: W O Smith,
president; Drs. Emerson,, Howard,
Myers, Day and Wood, T F
Lansing, members, and O B
oxooutivo officor, and Chas.
Reports from the inspootor of
meat and tho agout under tho "act
to mitigate," W. T. Monsarrat,
woro road and filed.
Agont Reynolds reported that
ho had made an ngroemont with
tho superintendent of tho
station for a salary of ii90
a month, with -$20 a month for
his boy, who could do errands
butwoon the station and town, as
woll as attond to koopinq; the
placo cloan. Approved.
Tho usual letters woro road
from subordinates of tho Board.
Frodorick K. Lowers, of Kansas
city, Missouri, sout in an application
for lioonso to practico medi
cine Tho prosidont said ho was
a son of Christopher Low-
ors, of tho firm of
& Dickson, predecessors
of tho present firm of Lowois it
Oooko, nnil was born in Honolulu.
Thoro was no vaoinoy undor tho
Boaid at present, but tho president
recommended that pirsons
born in tho country, when otherwise
qualifiod, qhould hnvo the
proforonco for appointments.
A lettor Has rocoivod from Albert
Sala of Kona, Hawaii (who
is a brothor of the famous London
journalist, Goorgo Augustus Sala),
calling attention to tho evil3 of
drinking awa, as tho product is
prepared by Hawaiians.
Dr. Oliver, rosidont
at tho Molokai leper
settlomont, wroto about fuel for
bath houses ised for tho Goto
treatment. His representations
woio duly conBidorcd and referred
to Supcrintondont Moyor.
Upon tho suggestion of tho
President it was agreed to ascertain
tho cost of printing the
papers of tho lato medical convention
in pamphlet form.
Dr. Williams of Hilo reported
only one cose of scarlatina remaining
in quarantine thero.
Dr. Wcddick transmitted forms
for tho convenient recording of
births and deaths, whioh were referred
to the sanitary committee.
It was ordored that tenders be
invited by public notice for supplies
for tho ineano asylum and
Tho examining board repoi ted
22 lepers ut tho experimental station
who should bo sent to
Dr". Armitag" of Wniluku sout
a reply to tho charges of "petitioners
to have him removed. Ho
denied tho charges ono by ono,
and ohallongod proof of them.
Ho aoousod O. B. Wells, manager
of Wailuu plantation,, of having
instigated tho movement against
him, saying ho regarded it as a
high oomplimont to havo incurrod,
the enmity of that gontloman.
The doctor's lettor was
by a fine sarcasm that would
win him famo as a journalist.
Among other things about "Wolls,
ho remarkod upon his coming out
as tho champion of tho Hawaiians
when thoy had not long ago mado
an attempt to cremato him.
As no proof was forthcoming
from tho petitioners, although suoh
had beofl invitod by tho Board,
tho mattor was loft in aboyanco.
A loltor was road from
Noall, older of tho Ohuroh
of Josus Qhrist of Latter Day
Saints, asking permission for visiting
tho lopers of their faith twice
a year. Ho wanted to mako an
oarly visit with hiB wifo and El-
dor Jauson of Salt Liko City,
It was ordered that tho eldor bo
informed that visitations oould
only bo mado with tho representative!
of othor religious
when the Board paid its
visits to the
Dr. Day made a verbal application
for a lioonso for Dr. Reginald
Harold Roid of Detroit, Michigan,
who brought lettors of commendation
from loading dootors and
othor oitizens cf that dity. It
was dooided to grant tho licenso
whon tho applioant should filo a
At 4:26 tho Board, at tho
of tho president, went into
oxooutivo sossion, tho roportors
of tho Advortisor and tho Independent
All subscriptions to tho Independent
will bo carried out faithfully
by tho amalgamated paper.
Those who havo paid for both
papors in advanco will bo croditod
in full according to tho amount.
Daniel Logan will bo editor, and
P. L. Finnoy, businoss manager'
That Flogging Case.
In tho Independent of Juno 10
thoro was an account of how a
British subjoot oamo into fortuno
in Guatomala through damages
oxaoted from tho government of
that country by tho British gov
ernment for an unjust flogging
ho received. Mr. Kilburn, now
in Honolulu, happened to havo
boon present whon tho episodo
occurred. Ho says tho namo is
misspelled in tho published account.
Tho man's namo was
Magoo, not Mngo. Ho did not
taiio tho raonoy indemnity, preferring
to accept tho privilego of
exporting hides freo of export
By this privilogo he amassed
wealth in short ordor.
It wus true that tho president
wont into partnership with him.
Mr. Kilburn was British consul
in tho Guatemalan capital. Ho
says tho presidont was a man of
general gd qualities, but was
under tho iniluenco of liquor when
ho ordored the brutal flogging of
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
At 6 and 7 o'clock a. m., Low
Masses with Holy Communion;
at 9, Children's Mass with English 1
Sermon; at 10.30 High Mass
with Native Sermon: at 2 o'clock
p. m., Rosary and Ni'tivo instruction;
at 4 o'clock, Bonediotion of
tho M. B. Saorament; at 7 o'clock
Portugueso Sorvico with Benediction.
Weekly Services, at G and
7 o'clock a. m.
ST. ANDKKW's CATIIEDllAIw.
Tho Horvioca of tho Second Congregation,
St. Androw's Cathedral,
tomorrow will be as follows:
9:30 a. m. Venito, Boyco in D
Glorias, Boyco in D; To Doum,
Jaokson in E; Bonodiotus, Anon
in A j Hymns, 2CG, 222, 292.
0:30 p m: Glorias, Froomantle
in E flat; Magnificat, Freomantlo
iii E flat; Nunc Dimittis, Maunder
in B flat; Hymns',224, 301, 12.
Tho ovorwholmiug preforonoo
for G. H. Mnmm it Co's oxtra dry
champagne in tho United States
is proved by the' figures quoted
olfiowheio byMaoiarlane&Oo. Ltd.
That firm has the sole agency for
thissuporior wino in those islands.
From tho tut of July n commodious house
near tramcar route, or center of town, A
portly lurnUUcd house preferred. Address
O. M., iNDEl'BNDENT OfllOO,
4th of July
I am roquostod to invito CITI
ZENS of the United States in tho
Hawaiian Islands, and all others
so disposed to moot at the Arling
ton Hotol, noxt SATURDAY at
7:80 P.M., to consult as to tho
Colobration of tho 4th of July.
ALBERT S. WILLIS,
juM U. S. Minister.
All those wishing to join Evoning Olnsses
for self improvement in English, Grammar,
Business and Soloutlflo Arithmotio.Algobrn,
Qeomotry, Iloolckocping. Pedagogy, uicth
ods of touching or nny of tlioso or othor
subjects, will pie aso communicnto with tho
undersiguod during tho coming week, address
this ofUso, Privato lessons also ghon,
Parents wishing children to continue,
their studios dining tho vnoitlon should
also address mo,
Students desiring to acquiro a knowlcdgo
of Hawaiian can also bo taught,
jell G, Oaiwojj
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Ornon 18 and 15 Kaahumanu
Tolophono 039. jul4 tf
"suBnzztsfw.nl tl tffuzscnjruzsutNln
' Cap ojoi
3t Tourists. H
June 5th, 1895.
It is tho object of all good citizens
to draw as many tourists to
the country as possible. Tho people
who trayol for pleasuro are,
as a rulo, woll suppliod with
monoy, and wherever they go thoy
loavo monoy bohind. All classes
boncfit tho moro monoy is set in
circulation. But to get tourists
hero, it is necessary to hold out
inducements to thom. Thoy must
know that they can got first olnss
accommodation, and that thoy
will find a first class tablo, A
good tablo can bo sot in ovory
hotel, boarding houso and private
house if tlioso in chargo know
what and whoro to buy. I can
rocommond choico blook buttor
which I rocoivo by every Australia.
It is of an oxcellont and
uniform quality from ono
Fresh island butter I got by
eVory W.G.Hall. I can also
superior family hams, and
always koop a full assortment
of everything in tho grocery lino.
My pricos aie as low as tho lowest,
and island orders are promptly
Lincoln Block, King street.
Tel. 119. ju5
noxt to Lucas' Mill
Ships' Blacksmithing, t
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
Every description of work in the
above linos porformed in a first
class mannor, and oxoontod at
Wo always Koop a STOCK- OF
WHEELS of every description on
hand in first olnrcs season.
Estimates givon on specifications
for work in all our lines of
All orders from tho othor Islands
will ineot with prompt attontion,
Tolophono 402. P.Q. Box 821
Tho woll known BESTAUIUOT on
nOTEL STHEET00, (opposite tho
theon Stables), servos meals iu oveiy sty'e,
I nt nil linnra nt tlin Anw
Everything sorvedis first class.
YEE OHONG COMPANY.
Tune 0, 1805, ju7 tf
Piano For Sale.
Ono Fino Upright
Piano (second hand) in per-foot
ordor and condition, for salo
For terms, iuquiro of
P, J. TESTA,
ja7 327, King St,
Uoacli House to ILot.j
A, Furnished Houso is to bo Lot
or leased at Waikiki boach, a fow
minutes' walk from tho tramcar.
It has a cook houso. bath bould
and good soa bathing. Housohoos
ULUiiHiiH nmi fiiRnnn nrnnn nnmn
Rooins may bo lot with
bathing privilogos, if tho whoh
promisos aro not takon.
Havo othor houses in town and
suburbs to let, furnished and
Also, Building Lots for salo.
Inquire of David Dayton,
my 13 42 Morchant stroot.
Kinau slreot near Punchbowl
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumbor and Coal
and Building Matorials of all
Quoon Stroot, Honolulu.
Home Industry !
Ask your Grocer for
Pure Hawaiian Honey
put ur BY
THE HONOLULU APIARY CO,
A. F. Medeiiio?. S Dfcker
JVledeiros ald Co
Hotel Street, Arlington
The Cry of linrd tluug 1ms icnclicd us nil,
aud realizing that man must bo clothed, wo
htno cccided to
Reduce M priceg For The jle$
and we offor suits nud trousers nt pricos
that will bo within tho roach of ovory uoily.
Wo carry n soloot stock of goods, nnd
guarantee a perfect fit nnd first class work
Those who really desire to bo dressed
and nutty, nud cannot afford to spend
mucli monoy on their clothes will do well
in calling at our store before going elsewhere.
On GROUND at CORNER
THK GROUND WILD BE SPECIALLY
LIGHTED DY THE
QUINTETTE CLUB in
Conies ALL and See,
Hear and Judge for
SEQUAH attends the Armory
Hall botwoen tho hours of '2 and
4:30 eaoh day, excopt Sundays.
Also at Waring Block, corner
Beretania and Fori; sts., evory
day from 9 to 11 a.m.
SEQUAH Lectures each Evening
at 7:30 at tho oorncr of Fort
ifnd Beretania streets.
a New, Line
CORDS to Matoh.
Deduced from 2Co. to ICo. a yard
EHLEBS fc CO.
P. O. Box 297
Per S. S. "Australia,"
With G-IMPS and
" Chenille Table
- , ''
Tolophono No. 240.
LEWIS & CO.,
111 IPorb Street,
on the woy.
HOUSE GOODS A SPEOIALTYI