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The Independent. (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, June 22, 1901, Image 3

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LOdAX AMfl OIBNISHAX M3SW8
ThoZsalandla will sail at d p m
today
Tlio baud will play at Mckeo Isl
and tomorrow afternoon
There will be a cricket gamo at
Makiki at i p tu today
The Hawaiian Jookey Club will
hold a special mooting tonight at
the Pao Ho Club
Colonel C J McCarthy will leave
for California by the Z jalaudia and
bo absent until August
Mviager Waller of the Metropo
litau Moat Markot state that there
is no danger of a meat famine here
as the lootl supply of boef is ample
The Occidental and Oriental
steamships Gaelic and Doric arrived
here yesterday afternoon from the
coast and the Orient respectively
A smoker social will b given uu
der the auspice of Damien Council
No 663 Y M I at Progress Hall
on Tuesday evening June 25 at 8
oolook
Pin Mouey PickleB are all the
go now and can bo obtained at
Lewis Co the grocers The
picklos are reaommeuded cveu by
Hilo kiokers
Aionrdiug to tho official organs
the acting governor will visit Iwilei
this evening There must bo one
dollar left in the Treasury and no
virtue in the government
We regret to Iern that Mr Al
bert Cunba is still confined to Lis
bed through the result of an Acci
dent while bathing The accident
wilt deprive the fair sex of the at
tention of the bright young attorney
forsomo time
The exhibition of the daucing
school of Mrs Mary Gunn at the
Drill Shed this evening will b one
of the brilliant social events of the
year The children will appear in
fancy costumes and display Rraoe
skill nnd refinoiiHtit in the art of
Terpsichore
We have received an invitation
from Noa Aluli of Wailuku Maui
to bo present at the Commence
ment Exercises on June 17 at
Ann Arbor in the Law Depart
ment of the Univoroity of Mi
chigan from which Auli will
graduate We regret to be unsble
to get there in time but we can as
sure tho young Maui boy that his
friends here take the deopert inter
est in his future and feel proud at
his success When he returns he
may be able to teach his uncle Noa
Kepoikai some new law points aud
some Annie Arbor tricki
JSuft and Blue
The Bull and Blue the Oihu
College annuil will make its ap
poaranoe this afternoon Tin work
contains the history of all classes
storiettes by tho student cartoons
by William Ahoen and i uulnrities
in gjnral For the last yar the
editors have boon buy taking down
notes and very little has escaped
their tobservation On the editors
Messrs Cattle andAheon and Miss
Damon rests theBUOcosa of tho
annual
Honolulu Athletes
Following is the list of players of
tho Honolulu Athletic Association
nine who will appear at Makiki
baseball grounds this afternoon at
3 oclock D Dayton catcher H
Kaai Jones pitcher P Gleason
firt base Mskauani second base
T Price third baae 0 Kanoi Ant
Louis short stop J Hansman left
field J Aylett center field J Wil
liam right Hold
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Polynesia Encampment
At a meeting held in Excelsior
Hall last eveuing of Polynesia En
oampmeut No 1 I 0 O F the
following oinaars were eleotod for
the ensuing term
P 0 Martin Chief Patriarch
C Charloak nigh Priest P 0 P
H MoKoohnie Senior Warden
A FClark Junior Wardou
E L Cutting Soribi
F W Wood Treasurer P 0 P
How hny Stood
la tho recent Supremn Court da
cJMons concerning the island posses
sions the way the justice divided is
interesting They did uot divide on
politioal lines Classified politically
thoy weio thua arrayed
For the administration
Justice Horaoo Gray Republican
Massachusetts
Justice Henry Billings Brown
Republican Michigan
Justice GeorfceSras Republican
Pennsylvania
Justice Elward Dougfaa White
Democrat Louisiana
Justice Joseph MoKonna Repub
lican California
Against the Administration
Chief Justice Melville W slon
Fuller Democrat llHnoU
Justiue John Marshall Harlan
Republican Kentucky
Justice Divid Josiah Brewer Re
publican Katisat
Ju3ticn RufiiH W Pockham Dem
ocrat New York
Divided as they woro on points of
law the court was almoRt unani
mous in one thing iu condemning
the main argument of ox Attorney
General Griggs that the power of
Congress over all the Territories ii
not restricted by the constitution
Against Mr G rings argument the
court stood 8 to I aud Justice
Brown wa the ouly one who sidd
with the luckier Griggs Chief
J ustice Fuller with J ustices Brewer
Harlan and Peckham held that
Porto Rico is a part of the United
States and that the constitutional
rule of uniformity in taxatiou ap
plies to it Justice White on the
other hand held that Puto Rico is
I uot a part of the United States but
that if it were the constitutional
rule would appy Justices GryMo
Kenna and Sairas sided witn him
Five justices uphold the power of
Congress over the Territories but
one of the five Justice Brown ar
rived at bis conclusions by reason
ing which Justices White Shiras aud
McKenna pronounced to be unsound
though these three concurred ia his
findings Justice Gray concurred
for different reasons Chief Justice
Fuller aud tho minority denounce
the courts opiuion iu such strong
and bitter terms as havo never been
known to figure in the records of
the court before S F Argonaut
me m
Vory Aristocratic
We trust in Soottish pride to rise
in its wrath against this invasion of
the Almighty Dollar saja a noted
paper of Sjotlaud commenting on
Andrew Carnegies munificence to
Scotlands universities Many of
the oldest aud best families iu
Scotland continues the periodical
vend their sons to Scottish univer
sities where they pay the fees like
ttiH 8o H of their humblest neigh
bors uollher more or less Ii it to
be behoved that this will oontinue if
the lea are paid for them by Mr
Oruegie Imagine the Duke of
Hiniltou Cameron of Lohiel or
MasDonald of the Isles allowing
his heir to get education at tho cost
of an American ironmonger We
shall next hoar of some Chicago
porkpacker proposing to buy up
Oxford and Cambridge aud dictat
ing terms of admission and the sub
jects to be taught or of Boss Oroker
forming a lobby tocoutrol the Lon
don University witu the object of
inculcating Tammany principles in
the minds of the rising generation
of cookueys
More Staamars
Two new rleamers aro to be built
in England for the Toyo Kiseu
Kaisha Company ruuning between
San Francisco and Hong Koiig
Tho new vesfels nre to be both largo
and fast with ele eut furnishings
the equal if not the tuperior of any
steamers uow oojeociing this port
with the Orient U will be nearly
two years before thoy are rmdy for
service The companys three
steamers now on the route the
America Muu the Hoag Kong
Maru and the Nippon Maru are
practically new and have become
very popular with tho traveling
public
gsnMiirT imm wwhwwmj
Doiith of Dan Hollady
Sa FrUNCtsuo June 12 Word
WInl runiivait in thin nilv lWniidio
announcing the death iu Philadel
phia of BmHolladay only son of
Mrs William G Irwiu He had
beeu ill for Borne time but his
death was not considered imminent
Recently young Hollady was well
ouough to nke the trip to Hono
lulu with his mother who had to
Bee about the onmpletiou of tho
tuagujliceut roKidutioe her husband
is buildiug there It was thought
that tho ea voyage would benefit
him but the ckauge did not bring
about tie hoped for result and the
family returned some time befoie
it had planned
While ou the way back from tho
lalandsyie invalid grw worse aud
by the time San Francisco wa
reached it whs decided to proveed
uimmlifttely to Philadelphia The
suffirer was placed in Dr Weir
Mitchell hospital and everything
possible was done iu his cast1 but
nothing availed Brail trouble at
the end was addnd to the complica
tioiiBjfttul made recovery impnsniblo
There is the greatest sympathy in
this city for tho bereavement that
has come to Mrs Irwiu who is one
of the moijt amiable and well loved
of women This death will close
for many a day the resideuce the
Irwius are building iu this city on
Washington rtlr wt overlooking the
by The opening of this home
was being looked forword td as an
upooh in ttie social annals of this
city foi lpth Mr and Mrs Irwin
have the happy faculty of- planning
so that their friends enjoy their vast
wealth with them
Bau Holladay who was 21 years
of ag was the only child of Mrs
Irwina first mdrriag and she was
devotedly attached to him The
ftct that he has been an iu valid for
the past few years had so intensified
that love that friends now fear the
result of this afllicdon It is
thought that Mrs Irwiu will bring
her sous remains to this oily for
burial
Becoming
i
The fr q iiit rports of live
wires being ruml iu the streets to
the peril of people parsing along
the streets are becoming alarming
Last night a livo wire fell down on
Nuuanu street aui it was fortunate
that a sensible uiuuuted patrolman
was in the vicinity He caused the
Electric Company to be notified
through Mr S F Chillingwortb
who lives iu the vicinity and kept
guard waruiug people away durjog
the long spell before the men from
electric headquarters arrived on tho
oeue Had the policeman not been
there some terrible accident would
probably have happened to people
passing by in tram cars or carriages
Xo Help Him Out
Oh Dear sighed Ronald as he
puzzled over his multiplication
table Show I wish I had an Aus
tralian rabbit And to tho look of
nftnlrtr nn tia aannavj fna ho
utlv wu uo vuuuuut O nun-
eu quiculy uauso my geography
says they multiply with groat rapid
ity
Alter Conviction
Mrs Bliss I hope you- doat
think marriage a great trial dear
est
Mr Bliss Oh not a bit darling
Its just like workiug out the sen
tence you know
The Desideratum
When you win in Wall street
It is hot always luck
To win bucocbs
In business
The thing you need is pluck
It gives yqur speculation boom
Tokuowju t hov to pluok and
wbiun
In Time vi Drought
Little Paul paving his eveuing
prayers Dear LjiJ pleaao send
rain Tho water is ouly two inches
deop in the reservpir aud the man
uext door is wasting it awfully
When desiring a hack surrey
buggy etc with careful drivers
rin up Telephone 113 Territory
Stable Co Ld
NOTICE OF BUMMEB QOHOOL
A Summer Session of th Normal
School wil peu Mouday July 8th
and continue eight weeks
Tho course of study has been
arranged with specinl reference to
the rtq lirements of teachers and
those nairing to become euch
An able coips of instructors has
been engaged Tuition will be free
TIki h iiHsiriug to attend will bo
required to regibter ou or before lb
opeuingof the school for whioh
purpose application may be made to
f r irHcruf WonH Prlnninnl r I Itu
Honolulu Normal and Training
School
Examinations for Toaihers Certi
ficates will be held Aug 29 and SO
T H GIBSON
Iospector General of Schools
32 3t
W ATER NOTICE1
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of tho laws of 1886
All persons holding water privi
leges or thoe paying water rates are
hereby notified that the watr rates
for the term ending Dec 311901
will be due aud pavable at he office
of the Honolulu Water Works on
the 1st dny of July 1801
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after hey are du will
be f abject to an additional ten per
cent
All privileges upon which rats
remaip unpaid August 15 1901 30
days aftr becoming delinquent are
liable to suspension without further
notice
Rates are pivable at tho office of
the Waer Works in tbo basement
of Capitol builoing
ANDREW BROWN
Supt Honolulu Water Works
Honolulu June 20 1901
31 10t
Orocrs Sliswa Up I
OFFIOE OF
CARROLL WHITAKER
ATTORNEr
HILO HAWAII
Hilo Hawaii Juue 7 1901
Bear Siri
Iu my innoeenoe I purchased hero
in Hilo a jar of your
PIBM30KEY PICKLES
Put up by Mrs K G Kidd
Kichmona Va
It brought mo areat trouble and
out of thiee things must occur
1 Yon n uat stop making them o
2 1 must got th matlesB expeuse
or
3 Im a ruined man
Since my first venture Ive bad
many jars My family from early
morn cry PiokleF neighbors ring
the door bell and shout Pickle
relatives visit mo in expectation of
Pickles Ynur pickles are my
Nemesis Please Dear Sirs quote
them by the Keg Barrel Hogshead
Ton or Shipload and preserve me
Yours verv truly
CARROL WHITAKER
To Lewis Co
HONOLULU T H
Just Eeceived
A SHIPMENT OF
CHAMPAGNE
3
s
IN QUARTS AND PINTS
FOR SALE BY
H MOKFELD CO
LIMITED
Sole Agents forHawaiian Territory
Metropolitan Meat So
BUTOHCBRS
ADD
Wnvv OnrirTantnra
81 K1NU SlBHBT
H J YiAMiN UjKini
WholawiB aat
BoUll i
mni rr
FOR BENT
Cottages
Rooms
Stores
On the promises of the JSanitar
Steam Lauudry Co Ltd botwoen
South and Queen stroete
The buildings are supplied with
hot and cold water and olectrio
lights Artesiun water Perfeot
sanitation
For particulars apply to
On the premises or at tho office o
J A Maaoon 88 tf
ROOK FOR BALLAST
White and Rlaok Sand
Iu Quantities to Suit
EXCVATIHG CONTRACTED
r
FOR
CORAL AHD SOIL FOR SALE
Dump Carts furnished by
tno clay on Hours JNotice
H R HITCHCOCK
Office with J M Monsarrat Cart
wright Building Merchant St
Ifi90ti
LlHITSD
Wm G Irwin President Manap r
Olana Spreckels First Vlce Presidf t
W M Gifford Second Vlce Presldnt
M H Whitney Jr Treasurer Beorot
Geo J Eoss And sor
fcUGAK FACRTOE
AKD
AOBHTB 07 IBB
Oceanic Sfamsiiip Ciuy
Of Bur Vnnntwio fnl
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Co Ltd
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Having made large addition in
our maobiuerv we ar now abi
launder SPREADS SHEETS PJ I
TABLE OlOTH
TABLE NAPKINS d TOWELS
at the rate of 2o ceali per dozi
cash
Satisfactory work and prompt J
livery guaranteed
No fear of clothing being IcH
from strikes
We invite inspection of our lauo
dry and methods at any time diimu
business houra
Ring Up Miu 73
and our wagons will call for y r
14 work tf
Brace faring A u
Ret Bstate
B03 Fort Bt noa inr
BUILDINQ LOTS
HOUSES AND LOT0 AKJJ
LAllDD Von SM
ff PartleB wishing to dbpo38 of i I
prnt H urn tnvltori tn - n
Hotel St near Port
SEATTLE BEEP
Ou Draught or inB ittles loo Col I
SPECIAL PARCELS MADE Ui
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