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LOOAI ANT) OENEUAI4 NEWS.
Tup of-War at tho Drill Shod on
A nico largo front room is to let
at No. 9, Garden Lano.
Tho OQlcorR' Club of tho First
Rogimout ontortaiu this evening.
Tho poliun had a capital drill this
morning. Tho; marched splondidly.
Ohildrons trimmed sailor lints in
all colors only 50 conts at N. S.
Tho Board of Health moots this
afternoon unless, annexation arrives.
Edmund H. Hart has boon appointed
notary public for tho firat
judicial district of tho islands.
Co. A, N. G. EL, haB for the time
being selected Friday evenings, instead
of Thursdays, for drill.
During tho absonco of Mr. T. V.
King of tho Paoifio Oyolory, Mr. A.
Sorimgeourwill act an Managor.
J. T. Watorhouso is sweet on absolutely
pure Jams and Jollies and
other excellent table" delicacies.
Road his uotico,
Read W. Auld's notieo to trespassers
on tho fishoriua of Hauauuia
and Awawnlu between Makapuu
Point and Koko Hood.
Mr. Edmund 0. Shoror. M. A ,
has boon granted tho of Doctor
of Science (D. So.) by Queen's
University, Kingston, Canada.
- The choir of the Second Congregation
rohoarso"" at 7:30 to-morrow
evening at tho rosidonco of Mrs.
Charles B. Cooper, Hotel street.
Don't forgot to make a call at
Camarinos as soon as tho Moana
coraos in. Tho refrigerator will bo
full then of soleat icehouse goods. .
After forty yoars of hard, dangerous,
and oxponsivo missionary work
there are in Japau to-day about 110,-000
native Christians, in a population
A lady, who is nn accomplished
teacher of music, desires to give
lessons to a few pupils at their
home, at 50 cents a lesson. Address,
tho editor of The Independent.
Tho forthcoming concert at
Church will be given not
for the purpose of building a new
ohapel for Hawaiians at Palama, but
to restore and improve the present
"Historical Truths" may bo had
at 327 King street, if applied for
oarly. Although tho edition wai
considered largo ouough for all demands
tho books are already becoming
Paddy Ryan is now assisted by
popular William Carlislo at tho Anchor
Saloon, whore Seattle Beer is
always on draught and other stimulants
furnished. Pointer on all
sporting events can be had, free of
charge from tho athletic manager of
The Hagey Social Club smoker
this evening promisos to be a success.
All friends are cordially invited
to attend. Invitations are unnecessary.
Tho club parlors will be
prettily decorated. Churchwardens
and "soft" drinks will accompany a
One reads of a very venerable
family in tho Basquo provinces.
Father just died at age of 118 years,
mother is 1S5, whilst only daughter
owns up to 102 ono may, therefore,
without mu oh offence put her down
at, say, 120. It may be added that
the baby of tho family a fine boy
will ooutaiu: Cherries, Poaohos,
Apricots, Grapes, Nootarinos, Plums,
Asparagus, Rhubarb, Gooseberries,
Currants, Celery, Oauliflowor, Fresh
Salmon, Floundors, Crabs, Frozen
Oysters (tin and shell), Lamoiifs Now
Burbank Potatoes, Onions, Olives,
Pickles, Etc., Etc. Telephone 378.
Tho haokdriver referred to in last
night's Bulletin states, and his version
is corroborated by witnesses,
that ho was not driving fast, and
that ho was on his right side, and
the lady on tho "biko" was on tho
wrong and brought tho mishap upon
herself. Tho driver is
as being a very caroful and reliable
A Largo Soizuro. .
Police Officers Henry Vida and
CharleB Ohilliugworth captured 72
tins of opium oarly this morning on
board a scow belonging to H.
& Co. The officors had roasons
to believe that opium had been
landed beforo by tho Ohiueso employees
of tho scows aud thoir soaroh
resulted in tho soizuro roforrod to,
Ah Lam, a Ghinoso omployd on tho
scow has been arrested.
THE HIYEI AltHIVES.
A Orulsor of Anulout
Date But With a Noblo War
Tho Japaueso cruiser Hiyoi
iu port about 0:30 this morning
and paid and received tho usual
salute. She is anchored on tho
Ewa sido nf tho Nnniwa.
The Hiyoi (pronounced He-a),
though in one of the big naval bottles
and b!x of tho bombardments of
tho recont war, is not a very formidable
vessel of war, as it is eighteen
years old, and is now used as a training
sohool for cadets and seamen.
Tho Hiyoi has a complement of
325 mon all told, of which eighteen
are cadots. Tho captain of tho
cruiser Ib N. Uyomura, and tho
is M. Ota, Tho other
are as follows: Gunnery
Lieutnuaut, Y. Nishiyama; Torpedo
Lieutenant, H. Fukushima; Navi-gating
Lieutenant, K. Inouchi; First
Litmti'iuut, M. Tanaka; Second
Lieutenant, K. Okada; Third Lieutenant,
T. Okubo; Chief Engineer,
H. Hondo; Chiof Surgeon, T. Maki;
Chief Paymaster, Y. Koashi;
Y. Takahashi, N. Tani-
guohi, S. Nakagato, K. Nozakremd
M. Ochida; Assistauts.Eugineers, K.
Onuma and T. Okazaki; Assistant
Surgeon, Y. Wada; Assistant Paymaster,
The armament of tho Hiyoi consists
of sixteen guns, including two
of 17 centimeters, six of 12 centimeters,
four of small caliber, and
four Nordeufold machino
gum. Tho vessel is what is known
as a composite bark-rigged steam
cruiser of 2281 tons. It has 2535
horse power, and is supposed to
have a speed of twelve knots. The
Hiypi was built in England iu 1879,
and was designed by Sir Edward
Tho most historic part of tho
career of the Hiyei is its experience
in the famous battle of the Yalu
rivor. Dr. T Maki, tho surgeon of
the cruiser, speaks very good English,
and has told in San Francisco
the story of tho Hiyei's narrow escape
from boiug destroyed in that
battle on account of her slow speed.
The Hiyoi was tho fifth vessel of tho
liuo in tho main squadron. When
tho Ohiueso and tho Japanese fleets
wcro coming together tho Hiyoi foil
to tho rear, as she could not keep
up with tho othor vessels. As alio
was about to bo out off by tho
enemy's squadron Commander
who was in charge of the oruiser
at that time, gavo an exhibition of
the daring that charaotorized tho
Japanese during that war. He steered
the Hiyoi with great boldness so
as to bear down on the enemy's lino,
Sho passed betweon the two great
ironclads, Chen Yuen aud King
Yuen, amid a shower of shells, and,
escaping from that perilous position
was able to rejoin the main squadron
Sho was, however, exposed to a
fire, aud a very largo shell
struck tho lower part of tho
and wrecked a large part of
the vessel near the mast, killing
twenty men, including both surgeons
and the chief paymaster, who was
assisting tho surgeons in the hospital.
All iu the hospital were
killed. Thore wero also thirty-two
woundod, including throe officers.
When tho shell exploded tho
cruiser shook for some minutes, and,
as tho vessel was in a cloud of smoke
there would havo boon a panic,
for the bravery of the mon, as
it was supposed that the cruiser had
been blown up.
Iiivo Wax Insect.
Thore is a small brown and almost
innocout scale bug on' many of our
thick dark loaved troes that rojoicos
in the uamo, according to
Marsden, of Coro plastis Rubens.
With consummate pationco
iu collecting them tho children
might, as do the Mexican children,
mako a little pooket money, for thoy
aro rich in wax as thoir name implies.
It would requiro many thousands
of thorn to make an ounce but
an ounco is worth its weight in
Ladies White Vests, fino quality
for 15 conts, for this week only at
N. S. Saabs,
HAWAIIANS IJO NOT AGRKK
Hnvoy Damon Dulightod with
Mnjor Iuultoa Fears Destruction
to Howaiian Nationality.
Tho Hawniiau Envoy, S. M. Damon,
aud his military attache, Major
Iaukea, are still in tho city. Mr.
Damon said yesterday that ho was
in London whon ho hoard tho uows
that Presidont McKinley had sent
the annexation message to Congress.
"I was delighted to hoar of it," he
said, "because annexation has long
boon dosired by us. I cannot speak
for tho Hawaiian people, as 1 havo
boen absent from Honolulu for
several months, but I am confidont
that tho islands rojoiood .over the
Mr. Damon addod that he did not
think the Senato would ratify tbo
treaty at this session. The English,
ho said, did not seem to tako much
interest iu tho matter.
Major Iaukea, who is a native Hawaiian,
spoko from a different point
of view. Ho said that tho natives
do not wish annexation.
"They do not distrust tho United
States," ho said, "but thoy are a
sturdy, independent, distinctive aud
peculiar poople. They are fond of
country aud thojr national customs.
Thoir only fear is that thoy
may loso all that goes to mako a
separate pooplo, aud that thoy may
be merged into another race or a
composite of races. They woie fond
of tho old monarchy that ondured
so long in its patriarchal state, aud
they droad tho inevitable changes
that will follow annexation. I think
they would havo beon willing for tho
chauge if it had como gradually and
through their own volition.
"However, the natives are now
only a minority iu Hawaii. Of 110,-000
population, only 40,000 are natives,
and of this latter uumbor 5000
aro what are known as half-castes.
The taxpayers in Hawaii are not Hawaiians.
The natives havo lost control
of thoir own couutry; but they
dread the further griof of having
thoir nationality merged into that
of a foreign rare, and bo disappear
from tho earth."
The Hawaiians will loavo for Honolulu
iu a few days.
Tho Moana, Captain Carey, left
San Francisco at 2 p. tn, on tho 23d
iust. aud arrivod Honolulu shortly
after uoon on the 20th.
Tho Moana was delayed in her departure
from San Francisco on ao-count
of tho big striko now taking
effect. Tho rumors that sho loft ou
time, met the Oregon and had to
tow tho groat battleship back for
repairs or that annexation weighed
her down, or that Dr. Judd's mind
was very heavy beoauso ho didn't
bring back annexation are without
The Oregon hasn't loft for Hawaii
There was no annexation news and
Dr. has got no mind.
Tho boya aro marchiug homo,
howover. By the Moana arrived
Chief Justice A. F. Judd, Christian
Eudoavor L A. Diokoy, O. M, Coolie,
J. B. Castle, M.
Hyman, Dr. Andorsou, A. J. Camp-boll,
W. O. Park aud many others.
Ott'their way homo aro Thurston
and Kinney who aro still roported
to be iu Brigham Young's premises,
Ex-Minister Damon aud Major
Iauken, Minister Hatch aud tho rest
of the exponsire Hawaiian "outfit.
All are walking home to tako a rest.
Annexation will be heard of six
mouths from now,
Waldhon PowEns," -At Kohalo,
Hawaii, July 19, 1897, at tho residence
of Dr. aud Mrs. B. D. Bond,
by tho Rev. Alvin Ostrom,Frodoriok
Waldrou to Margarot Powers.
There !b only ono place whore tho
proper drink can bo obtained when
loyal Americans colobrato, "Annexation"
aud tho Fourth of July.
Pomory Soo. aud Gold Lao, aro tho
special brauds of Ohampagno served
by tho Royal Annex. Como on, you
annexationists, and lot tho corks ily,
aud tho wine flow,
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Founded, 1793 Cash Capital, $3,000,000
Oldest Fire Insurance Company in the United States.
Losses paid since organization over - -$90,000,000.
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY.
(FIRE AND MARINE)
Established, 1S69. .... Capital $5,000,000.
Insurance effected on Buildings, Goods, Ships, aud Merchandise
SJF For lowest rates apply to
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE' CO,, LTD.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
, THE NEW
Improved Planters Ho
Solid Cast Stoel Eye and Blado Forgod Entiro.
CYCLONE WIND MILLS, PUMPS, I-TO.,'
-HOWE'S PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES,
NORTON'S BALL BEARING JACK SCREWS,
PLOWS IN LARGE VARIETY,
VISES, PIPE OUTTEKS AND WRENCHES,
Tho Standard of Merit
37nivevf&l StoTres and Ranges,
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A Larflo Assortment uf General Hardware.
FISHERIES NO TICK
HAVING BEEN' THIS DAY
by Ilnr Majesty tho Qacon
Dowager, Kanlolani, ns Agent (Konoliiki;
ol the Fisherips of lliuuutmn nml
obtained by her under Lvnse from
the Trasteos of tho B. P. Bishop Estate,
extending from Mnkapnu l'niut to Koko
Head to tlie south of ttiis Island, I hereby
warn all persons from llsoln In or
tiospusslnp upon tho same without first
obtaining pormisiion. Anyone
this notice will bo prosecuted to tho
fullest extent of the law.
Honolulu, July 28, 1897.
J. T. Waterhonse.
There aro three brands of
Tarns and Jellies known to be
absolutely pure. Crosse &
Blac knolls, Morton's and
Code, Elfelt & Co. During
the pure food crusade in California
the goods of the latter
passed every inspection and
now como out of the factory
specially stamped "Pure
Food.'' We havo a complete
stock of these goods and offer
them to the public at very low
Our grocery department is
full to the brim with reliable
goods and our prices are low
enough as to draw comment
from other dealers. Wo buy
for cash in quantities to suit
the demand and consequently
thoy aro always fresh.
We handlo the colobrated
Albeit boneless sardines and
the Palace brand of sliced
bacon, two articles for the
table that are unec elled.
Wo carry a full line of table
delicacies, English and' American
and promptly fill orders.
Prompt delivery in all cases
whuther in person or by
and careful attention
paid to tho selection of goods.
J. T. Waterhonse.
Nobody has yet said
that we have, so we make tho
assertion as a preface to the
statement that the largest and
best assortment of china and
crockery ever brought to Honolulu
is on our shelves. Tho
Biunhikla brought a share of
it and the invoice is pleasing
everyone. The shapes are the
latest ideas of the English
potters and the decorations
surpass anything we havo ever
The toilet sets aro
handsome enough to invite a
man to give up the idea of
putting a stationary wash
stand in his new dwelling.
The ewers and basins are large
and elegant, better than old
Our stock of glassware
is complete. Tumblers and
goblets, plain, figured or cut.
Slower pots arc useful here
because this is a fern country.
We havo all sizes and shapes.
Von noli, Block.
1JUING NO LONGER A
SAKATOOiV tho Proprietress will be
glad to whole or part ( with board,
If desired,) to prlwto families wishing a
healthy Hummor resort. For tonus, address
1. O. Box IMS, or on tho promises.
Ring up 811, if you havo anything
to av o Vv TwnvpFvnNT,