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WAALER ALICE KKOWLES. Deserter Captnred While Swim Twiner A shora Cantain Resizes. The whaler Alice Knowle?,which arrived off port on the 13th, sailed Sunday morning for the North. Until the night preceding her de parture none of the sailors ehotved any inclination to desert. At 10 o'clock on Saturday night a eailor named Barret, realizing that the vessel was about to depart, jumped overboard and made a bold break for shore. When a little past the lighthouse ho wa3 caught by the Custom guards and taken to the fitation house for safe-keeping until the departure of the whaler. Yesterday morning the deserter was taken out to the vessel in com pany with T. Giffard, the previous captain, American Consul Mills and Oscar White, representing E. O. Hall & Son a9 agents of the whaler. The resignation of Captain Gif fard as master of the Alice Knowles on account of rheumatism unfitting him for duty, led to some dissatis faction on the part of the crew. They did not feel sure of receiving advance money from first mate Og den, who eucceeded as captain of the vessel. Ia consequence of this the Amer ican Consul and agents of the ves 8ei were called aboard. Agree ments were signed granting the men advanced pay due them ar.d the matter amicably settled. The whaler weighed anchor and set sail shortly afterward. CRICKET MATCH. Team from the Nyraphe Easily De feats the Honoluln Club. The match game of cricket played on the baseball grounds Saturday afternoon between a team from the Nymphe and the Hono lulu Cricket Club, resulted in an easy victory for the Nymphe. Fol lowing is the score : II. H. E. 2 YMFIIE. H. Verrall, b Piianla 5 G. Genner, b Hatfleld - J. Hopkins, b Piianla.... 1 Iiteut. Chambers, c and b Hatfield- 16 E. 'V. Harrisonc Mackintosh, b Hatfield 10 It. Hill, b HainVld 0 A. Bimsey, b Hatfield 4 J. Chorlton, c Levey, b Hattletd..... 7 J. Thompson, c Mackintosh, it Hat field 0 A. Robins, c Mackintosh, b Dr. Walters - 0 F. Pink, not out- 0 Extras . .' 10 Total.. C4 HONOLULU CKICKET CLUB. A. St C. Piianla, b Harrison 2 A- St, M. Mackintosh, b Harrison- I Dr. St. D. G. Walters, b Harrison.. 3 S. J. Levey, b Chorlton 7 P. B. Aut-rbacb, b Harrison t) A. R Hatfleld, b Harrison 2 F. C. Paetow, b Chorlton 0 A. Garvle, b Harrison- 3 Iter. V. II. Kitcat, c Chorlton, b Harrison 0 W. K Stanley, b Harrison... 0 D. Logan, not out........ 0 Extras- 1 Total 2S In the second inning the Nymphe Cricket Club scored 62 runs for 6 wickets. BASEBALL SCHEDULE. Series of Eightean Games First Contest on April 20th. Captains J. Gauzel, J.Thompson and G. Clarke, of the Star, Athletic and Unknown baseball teams re spectively, met in the parlors of the Y. M. C. A., at 0:30 o'clock Satur day afternoon, for the purpose of arranging a schedule of games for the ensuing season. Following is the series a3 adopted at the meeting : Athletic vs. Star- April 20 Unknown vs. Athletic.- ... ..... April 27 Star Y9, Unknown- May 4 Athletic vs. Star -May 11 Unknown vs. Athletic May 18 Star vs. Unknown May 25 Athletic vs Star...... - June 1 Unknown V9. Athletic June 8 Star vs. Unknown June 15 Athletic vs. Star June 22 Unknown vs. Athletic June 29 Star vs. Unknown- July 4 Athletic vs. Star July 6 Unknown vs. Athletic- July 13 Star vs. Unknown- July 20 Athletic vs. Star July 27 Unknown v. Athletic Aug. 3 Star vs. Unknown- - ..Aug. 10 Robert Simmons and Alberto Behrens, of Puget Sound, who are to play with the Stars as pitcher and catcher during the season, did not arrive by the Miowera as ex pected. Will Paint Makapau. D. Howard Hitchcock and some gentlemen friends returned yester day afternoon from Makapuu Point, where the former has been painting a picture of the fort and surround ings. bile roaming about in the vicinity, the boys found a H tk of whiskey, partially Blled. This was brought to the city intact. OUR NEW MINISTER TO MEXICO. Senator Mtt W. IUmoiu1 Ixn- u4 In trrrstioff Carrrr In Pobllc Life. Matt W. lianficm cf Weldon, N. C, who has been apprjinted to succeed tho Into Isaac Posey Gray as minister to Mexico, has jost completed bis fourth term in tho United States senate. Al though not distinguished as a debater or a' promoter cf legislation, Mr. Hansom ha3 been so long a familiar and pleasing figure in tho senate that he will bo greatly missed by his colleagues. The parting was bound to come, however, as tho North Carolina legislature a short time ago elected a Populist to succeed Mr. Ransom as a result of last fall's po litical upheaval Although not an orator, Senator Ran som is an accomplished politician and has a firm hold on the affections of his peopla Their regard for him is well il lustrated by an incident of his canvass for ro-election in 1880. At that time bis opponents charged him with failing to pay his debt3, aud a Charlotto paper !.2 MATT W. KASSOM. published tho following defense: "His poverty is a monument of glory to North Carolina, and it is an everlasting proof of Senator Ransom's stainless honor and unimpeachablo integrity. How many men havo become rich in the senate dur ing Senator Ransom's term there? Is it not cherished glory of thi3 proud state that, with thousands of opportunities, Ransom, North Carolina's peerless son, has passed through tho firo free from dross and actually and positively too poor to pay his debts?" Senator Ransom ia C9 ycar3 old, and was born in Warren county, N. C Ho was graduated at . tho University of North Carolina in 1847, studied law and was admitted to tho bar. In 1852 hewa3 elected Attorney general fX North Carolina and wa3 a member of tho leg islature in 183S-G0. Ho served as lieu tenant colonel, colonel,. brigadier gen eral raid major general in tho Confed erate army, and pnrrendered at Appo mattox. In 1872 ho was elected to tho senate as a Democrat, and was re-elected in 187C, 18S3 and 18S9. AFTER MRS. LEASE'S LAURELS. Mrs. Stryker May Succeed to Mary Ellen's l'ottition In Kansas Politics. If Mary Ellen Leaso doe3 not look to her laurels, the will soon bo playing second fiddlo as tbo great woman orator and politician of tho day. A very for midable rival in tho person of Althea Drigg3 Stryker ha3 appeared in tho po litical arena and i3 rising rapidly to fame and power. Mrs. Stryker confesses to 32 years, was born in Ccqtralia, Ills., and is called a self mado woman. She was left an orphan early in lifo without money or influential friends and from early girlhood supported herself and wa3 untiring in her effort3 to acquire a good education. In 18S3 sho moved to Kansas and en tered Fort Scott college, whero sho was married a year later to Professor Stry ker, who was a teacher of sciences and higher mathematics in tho institution. Having fitted herself for tho work, Mrs. Stryker also became a teachor in the college and began to interest herself in all movements for tho betterment of tho condition cf women and for acquiring a moro satisfactory outfit of iualiena- :T-i 1 fZ i '. ifiU.u.TPV ' ALTHEA BKIGGS STRTKEK. bio rights. In 18S9 Professor and Mrs. Stryker removed to Great Bend where they tookchargo of tho Great Bend, col lego. Professor Stryker is still teaching tho young idea how to shoot at the col lege, but Mrs. Stryker has developed into a full fledged Populist and is doing her best to aid in running the Kansas Ehip of state. She is in great demand as a lecturer and not long ago created a great sensation in Topeka by denounc ing certain prominent ministers, who, she alleged, overlooked the flagrant vio lation of tho prohibitory law. Sho spends hours daily in the Kansas cap itol lobbying in the interest of woman suffrage, aud r:Ve 13 also working to es tablish a state normal school at Great Bend. Heroic Measure to Encourage Matrimony. When an Armenian maiden attains her seventeenth year and is not engaged to bo married, sho must undergo a strange punishment Sho is forced to fast threo days; then for 21 hours her food is salt fish, and ho is not permit ted to quench her thirst Advertiser 75 centp a month. Sift jtfmm?W THERE'S ONLY ONE Profit mado by US, as mvq buy direct from the maker, where by we save YOU the middle man's profit. It you have been told otherwise, call and be convinced. Our special announcement to you is that by the Gaelic we have received a fine assort ment of Dress Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Neckwear and Japanese Jewelry consisting of Scaif Pins in new and unique designs for both ladies and gents. Straw Hats, Straw Hats, Straw Hats. A BAHGAIK, A BAEGAIN, A I AH GAIX. E. FUEUYA, Robinson Block, Hotel Street. SG53-y PAPA'S PAIS Are too Large for me But they fit papa the nicest of any that he has had made in HONOLULU. If you don't know where the place is, ask the policeman on the corner to show you 413 Eort Street. While ordering a suit, you can also be fitted out in all classes and grades of Ti i Don't Forget the Number 413, 413. Johnston Storey. MORE IN THE LAND ! N. F. BURGESS s azain prppart-d to repair Garden lloe, r-prinkl rn, Water Taps, Saw Fil ine and all kinds ot Tools 6iarp?ned in clndini Carving Knives and ft'is-ors; Lawu Mi-werp n ppt-t'ialty ; apo hefting (ilacs.in fact all kin. is of jobbing Work called for and returned. King up 159 Mutual Telephone any. .time before 2 o'clock a. m. 3834-6m nnvrn. FORMING CASTLE k mil LIMITED. IMPOETERS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE GENERAL Merchandise Plantation Snpidie. 8teel Plows, made expressly for Island Work with extra Tarts. OANE KNIVES. Agrlcoltoral Implements ! CARFEKTEKS', BLACKSMITHS AND MACHINISTS' T00IS Painters Supplies, Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals, Wilcox & Gibbs' Sewing Machines LUBRICATING OILS, Etc., Etc., . Etc., Etc., Etc. CASTLE & COOKE L'd IMPOBTKH8. Hardware n& General Merchandise ter iepairiDg m IfetiDg. Requiring ekiU'ul handling, is work which we are especially fitted to do. The attention oE -ea Captains and all owners of line Chronometers which they value, is called to our excellent facili ties for putting their instruments in P RFECT MI APE. The long experience of our Head Watch-maker with the best concerns on the Coast in just this kind of work, ena bles us to guarantee absolute SATISFACTION IN EVERY CASE. We spoke casually in our last 'Ad" of complicated wrk. You'd ought to see the array of Chronographs and Repeat ers repaired during the last few weeks. Surprising where they all came from. People appreciate this kind of work at home, and it won't be long before we do every complicated watch in the country. H. F.WICHMAK Fort Street. Crane YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, IMPORTERS Japanese Silk and Cotton Dress Goods ! Kimonos, Fcarfs, Shawlf, Bamboo Parlor Screens, from $2 up and Portieres, Fans, Lacqner, Porcelain and China Ware, Gents Funiptunc8, consisting of Silk, Cotton and Crape bhirts, biik and Cotton Hosp, Neckwear, etc., etc. fiWe are the cheap 6t and bet house in Honolulu for Japanese Good. Call and we will convince you with prices. MURATA & CO., JUST RECEIVED HENET CLAY AID BOCK & COMPANY Clioioe Havana Oigars T lollister & Co. J. ROPP & CO., FUEMTUKE JUST EECEIVED ! K-8 - - -m VULCAN SAFETY MATCHES The best in the market odorless. WAR PHOTOGRAPHS ! Framed at $1.25 each and Upward3. Kuhber Garden Hose; Mechanics Tools, a specialty; Beady 3Vlixcl Paints; Paints in Oil; Dry "Paints; "Varnishes; Paint Oils; Lucol and Linseed., Paint Brushes, Blasting Ponder, Giant Powder, Caps and Fuee, HEADQUARTERS FOR CABBOLINEUM AVENAEIUS ! (begisterkd.) Wood Preserving Oil. Endorsed by the Press, Scientifts and leading Architects throughout the World. Preserves all rcod above or underground, in fiesh or salt water. Prevent dampness in walls and renders brickwork waterproof. Destroys vermm, insectfl houE fungus, dieinft-cts premises. CARRIAGE WHIPS a new invoice. Agents for the celebrated VACUUM OIL. Pacific Hardware Company, Limited, Fort Street, - - Honolulu. TJBLE IVtTJTTJL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A. Mc CURDY Assets December 31st, 1891 : 6204,638,783.96 o A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. O JC-FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S. B. ROSE, Oenoral Affont for Hawaiian Islands. CORNER NTJTJAMTJ AND HOTEL BTREKTS. AND DEiLEKS IN Proprietors. A COMPLETE STOCK OK BEDROOM SUITS A.T LOW rKICirS; Wicker "Ware, "R.ntrsnnrl PnrHprsof all si7.ftj- O -T S"h n.xri n rr Rfrmrls. Card Tables, AND ROCKEEE, Ig Oak or Cherry nd other gooda too nuinerous to mention. Repairing of all kinds prompt ly attended to. Furniture packed for the other islands. Special care given to Piano moving. 74 KING 8TBFET. President,