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WHAT THE CONSUL CLAIMS, Mr. Mills' Attitude Toward the Captain of the Gayhead. Investigated the Case hut Could Not Hold Men for Lack of Evidence. Oon Man Kent to IIoiIlal. 0 A representative of the Advek tiseb called upon Consul-General Mill3 yesterday and questioned him regarding the accusations mado by tho captain of the whaler Gayhead. Mr. Mills said in con nection with tho investigation of the fire that the matter was report ed to him and he told the master he would make an investigation at 2 o'clock Saturday, March Oth. At that time he with Deputy Marshal Brown and W. P. Boyd went on board tho vessel and had euch men called before him as the cap tain suggested. After two hours questioning no clue was obtained, and Mr. Mills said he did not con sider any practical benefit could be derived by continuing tho inves tigation in that manner. Deputy Marshal Brown sug gested that tho captain put detect ives aboard, which was done but without results. On Monday morning tho captain swore out warrants before the local authori ties, charging three of his crew with arson. After two days incar ceration tho authorities dismissed the men for want of evidence and refueed to entertain the charge against them. The men on being Bent back to the ship showed a dis position to desert and Mr. Mills, at the instigation of the captain, is sued a request to the Hawaiian authorities to confine the men on the charge of insubordination un-: til the vessel sailed. In speaking of the matter Captain Shorey in sisted that it was absolutely neces sary for some ono to be punished in order to protect American ship ping interests and guard against the repetition of such an act. Con sul Mills said he would take the men off the vessel without expense to the captain, but this did not meet approval a? H would leave the master short-handed. On the recommendation of Dr. Cooper one of the sailors, who was suffering from a serious rupture, was taken to tho hospital. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. I THERE'S ONLY ONE Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin Made Life Members. The officers and trustees of the T il. rarv Appreciation held a busi- nr.aa mpMinr lflfit eventClT. Tho 11 vk S W wmm p J Auditing Committeo reported that the annual reports of tho Treasurer and of the snecial committee hav ing charge of the Permanent Fund Profit inade by US, as we buy- had been examined and found cor-1 direct from the maker, where rect. by wo save YOU the middle- In recognition of a present oi I man's profit. If you have been foOO from Mr?, u. t. irwin, ur. f ld otherwise, call and be f i " ' nnd Mr.o. Trwizi were made me monevwas received some two or Our special announcement three months ago, but. as there had to you is that by the Gaelic been no business meeting in the w0 have received a fine assort- n 10rmai aCUn "aU ment of Dress Goods, Gents' A committee having tho matter Furnishing?, Neckwear and in charge presented a sketch of a Japanese JewelrjCOnsisting of proposed enlargement of the buibl-1 0 ing with estimate of the cost. The ocan rms m new auu uuuluo matter was discussed and recom- designs for both ladies and mitted to the committee, with in-1 gents. siruciions 10 ascertain iuo cum ui a somewhat larger addition. A proposition to transfer to the I Qx Tlnfc? Bishop Museum certain scientific Olid W Hello, works received from the Govern ment was discussed and laid over for further action. The report of the Treasurer, showing receipts and disbursements for the last quarter, was presented and read. It showed a satisfactory condition of the funds. CASTLE & COOKE YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, Straw Hats, Straw Hats. CRICKET MATCH. Contest Between Local Club and Team from tlie Njmpie. The cricket match at Makiki this afternoon between team3 from the Nympho and Honolulu Cricket Club will begin at 2 :30 sharp in stead of 3 :30, as stated by an even ing paper. The team of the Nymph e has not been fully decided upon Following is the personnel o ? C '? t-iEcr with their posi tions: A. R. Hatfield (captain), bowler and slip ; A. St. C. Piianaia, bowler and slip; A. St. C. Mackintosh, cover-point; F. C. Pdetow, long elip and long-on ; Dr. Walters, point ; S. J. Levey, mid-on ; A. Garvie, long-on and long-elip; J. Westbrook, square-leg; V. II. Kit cat, long-leg and long-off; V. L. Stanley, long-off and long-leg; F. B. Auerbach, lone-stop. Messrs. C. II. White and W. C. Weedon have kindly consented to act as scorer and umpire respect ively. No' admission feo will be charged. An interesting contest is expected. WITH RACKET AND P' CAMP AT PEARL HARBOR. Philadelphia Battalion Will be Given , Practical Land Drill. The battalion of the flagship Philadelphia will go into camp at Pearl City peninsula some time the first of next month. It is the intention to givo the men a week's training in land drill. The battal ion will march down and establish a camp at some point on the penin sular. There will probably be plenty of work skirmishing among the hills, erecting earthworks, and other features of practical military maneuvers. Story of an Admiral, An amusing anecdote is related of tho English Admiral de Horsey, who some years ago had command of the British fleet in the Pacific and was admiral of the North At lantic squadron. One evening he was dining-ou ehore at Port Royal, . rnlne to his flag Jamaica. Un rtvw. ship after dinner his way to tnt boat led him across the barrack square. A black sentry of one of the West India regiments halted him at the gate with, "Who goes dar?" Great was the admiral's annoyance to discover that he had neglected to get the password be fore leaving the ship. "That's all right," he said ;.rtre. lessly, hoping overcome" the man 1 rcruples by his indifference ; "vou know who I aro." I ' ... 11 "Uunno nobody, sab," repiieu tho colored 6oldier, pompously; "you can't go in dar."- "Why, I'm Admiral de Horsey I" "Well, you can't go in. I don't care if you'd Admiral de Donkey." I5AKGAIX, A BARGAIN, A BARGAIN. FUEUYA, limited. IMPOETEES BUILDERS HARDWARE Solinsoa Block, Hotel Street 3653-y r i . , . . 11.1 rrrn m Valuable -: Real -: Estate FOR SALE. PAPA'S PASTS Are too Large fovj me -:- ' But they fit papa the nice!:: of he has bad made iu any that We clTer for &alc upou very terms re' ..eonabla Pacific Tennis Club Tcnmap' aLL. tfill Hold nt Today. -icinc at 3 o'clock this 5 "Lota ol Lanti PenFacula etrt et . weh 75x200 feet on 3 Lota on " I Lot, ' f'iikoi street. Huujw 200x400 fret, with Dwelling tw , and Out-b lildings,' eitmted be en Pensacola and Piikoi streets, with a25-'t roadwav to each of the above Parties wiahinz to purchase cood Building Lots in a desirable location can purchase any or all of the above at very low prices and upon easy paymenis. Qr-ior particulars appiy io .oon members of the Pacific Comme afterr T .ennis Club will hold a tourna ment on their new grounds corner of Richards and Merchant streets. There are two courts both in good condition and admirably situated for play without interference, work on which was begun less than two weeks ago. A hedge will be planted on the Union Square side of the grounds and grass sown on the courts. fWtanTo to be erected under the two shade trees on the makai eido for negation of visitors. A neat club house will also be constructed. TMa will be bnilt near the trees with a frontace toward the square Tho active members of the club, all of whom will take part in tho rmrnamfint this afiernoon, are as follows : Profeseor Hosmer, Presi- fHE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT HONOLULU. If you don't know where tho place is, ask the policeman on tho corner to show you 413 Fort Street. While ordering a suit, you can also be fitted out in all classes and grades of AND- INVESTMENT COMPANY. 403 FORT STREET, UONOLCIX. nnvrn UMUd 0 IflMSHP 1 UlllUUJJUlU Fire, Life and Marine Insurance Don't 'Forget the Humber w York Life Inurnce Company. ABaets f 155,45J.4iS.73. London mud Lncihlr Imuran Com- isnr. Assets $2,641,020. U. S. Branch. Hartford Fire Insurance Company. Assets $7,378,092. I'alatine Insurance Company. Aseeta $2 255,974 U. S. Branch. Thame and Mertey Marine Insurance Company. Aegets $0,124,057. 413, 4rl3. Johnston & Storey. MORE IS THE LAND N. F. BURGESS AND- GENERAL Merchandise I'lantatioti feupplie. Steel Plow, made expressly for Island Work with extra Tarts. OANE KNIVES, Ipnltural Implements ! CAKPENTEKS', KLACKSMITUS' AND MACHINISTS' T00IS Painters' Supplies, Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals, Wilcox & Gibbs1 Sewing Machines CORNER NTJ-TJ-VNTJ AND HOTEIj STREETS. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS 1 Japanese Silk and Cotton Dress Goods ! Kimonos, Fcarfs, Shawls, Bamboo Tarlor Screens, from $2 up and Portieres, Fans, Lacqner, Forcelain and Chira Ware, Genta Famisnines, consisting of Silk, Cotton and Crape bhirts, iik,and Cotton Hos, Neckwear, etc., etc. EJCJ' We t are I he cheapt- st and bet house in Honolala for Japanese Goods. Call and we wll convince you with pricee. MURATA & CO., Proprietors, JUST RECEIVED HENEY CLAY AND BOCK & COMPAN Y Clioioe Havana Cigar's Hollister Co J. HLOPP & CO. FUENITUEE JUST EECEIVEDL Etc., LUBRICATING OILS, Etc., F.tc, Etc., Etc. CASTLE & COOKE L'd IIVirOKTEIiS. Hardware .nd General Merchandise WAR PHOTOS New lot of Crepe and plain T.issue Paper. JJ 3... fy i I.MI I'" " 1 --t " L y . A COMPLETE STOCK OF BEDROOM SUITS A.T LOW PRICHS; Wicker Ware, Rugs and Portiers of all sizes,. Shaving Stands, Card Tables, AND ROCKERS Ic Oak or Cherry, and other gooda too numerous to mention. Depairing'Of all kinds prompt ly attended to. Furniture packed for the other islands. Special care given to Piano moving. 74 KING 8TRFET. Latest designs in Pic- ture Mouldings. Lots of other Goods, new and novel, just received. ING BROS 3857-ly HOTEL STREET. VULCAN SAFETY MATCHES The beet in the market odorless. WAR -:- PHOTOGRAPHS S Framed at $1.25 each and Upwards. Rubber Garden Hose; TSleofcanics' Tools, a specialty; Ready IUixd Paint b; 3?aintB in Oil; Dry Taints; Varniehes; Paint Oils: luieol Mid Linseed., Paint BruAes, Blasting Ponder, Giant Ponder, Caps and Fuse. HEADQUARTERS FOR CAEBOLINEUM AYENAEIUS ! (begistkbkd.; Wood Preserving Oil. Endowed by the Prene, Scientists and leading Architects throughout the World. houfe fungus, dit-infecta premises. CAKRIACJE WMI a new jnvuire. Agents for.the celebrated VACUUM OIL. -O Pacific Hardware Company, Limited, -m- -w 1 1 . DRESSED TO KILL! He is. no doubt. The result shows it. The damsel prefers the better dressed ,un S irh rpmilt is a matter of course when the Fuit is made in our well known faultless style Poor tailoring spoils the Kact .irrth With us both material ana tailoring are above criticism. And we are now mak ng tmtP, Uvercoata and Pants at a big reuueuon See our Pants for $0. IVETJT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORE RICHARD A. McCURDT President. J. 31. DOWSETT, dent of Oahu College, Dr. Howard, General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. Dr. Nichols, Waiter uuungnam, u. 34vlm rrt Hitchcock. Samuel Louis- nn F W. Thrum. Charles Hydo, KeeD yonr friends abroad posted r- rT Knrton and Wm. H. on Hawaiian affairs. Send them Tonf-v - copies of tho Advektiser or Gazetti. s egam prepare! to repair uaraen Hce. rink rs. V ater Taps, Saw Fil ing and all kim'.s ot Tools sharpened in cluding Carving Knives and ci9-ors; Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also betting Glas. in fact all kinds of jobbing Work called for and returned. Ring up 159 Mutual Telephone any time before 2 o'clock a . m. 3S34-6m MEDEIROS & CO., VlrtA eft-oof. nnno.eite King Pros. Wanted To Purchase. A FILE OF THE HOLOMU. (KnsrlieM for the year 1S94. Apply at Advabtiser omce. alw'u Assets Decemlier 31st, 1894 : 204,638.783.96 a A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. o Z3TFOF. PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S. B. ROSE, General Aprent for H.-vwaiian Islands?-