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The Independent. (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, May 17, 1902, Image 3

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Foast of the Holy
Whit8un Day or Pontooost to
Tho Kinau arrivod in port at 2
p m today
Silva divorce
heard on May 21
case will bo
All Hail to His Mxjusty Alphonso
XIII King of Spaia
Alphonso Xfll was crowned
King of Spain at noon today
New York Day by rTay ia tho
bill at theOrphoum tbia evening
The Merchant of Veniee this
afternoon at tho Opera Houae
Samuel Mahelona returned from
tho Mainland yeaterday on the Ala
F J Lowrey and W O Smith
were returning paaaengera on tLo
The Superintendent of Fublio
Works will leave on Monday foi
Miss Alice Oitlet a sister of Mis a
Maud Gillet arrivod on the Alame
da yeaterday
Two hundred and fifty Jnpa aailod
for the Orient on the Nippon Maru
Richelieu will be preioated by
tho Warde combination this evooing
at tho Opera Houbb
The Rapid Transit Conductors
are to be uniformed in blue Khaki
is too cool for evening wear
Default was onered against H
Kauaihilo by Judgo Gear yesterday
in the suit of Iaaao Testa
Henry Cobb Adams has been
appointed a member of tho District
Road Board for Koolaupoko this
A coronation medal of King
Edward VII is on exhibition in a
display window of the Pacific Hard
ware Company
Hugh Mclntyre returned from
tho Coast yesterday in tho Alameda
He will take the management of
May Co
Tho Alameda will sail for San
Francisco at 10 a m on Wednesday
instead old p m as has hitherto
being the case
The Alameda which arrived from
San Francisco yesterday afternoon
brought 65 cabin passengers 1G00
tons of oargo and -10 bats of mail
The sohedulo of the Austin Put
lishing Co waa filed in the U S
Court yesterday showing assets of
5469488 and liabilities of 1100 2G
Wo are informed that Bishop
Willis will uot conduct the cervice
at St Andrews Cathedral tomorrow
morning as stated in our issue of
Thursday lt
Judge Gilbert F Little returned
on the Alameda yosterday well
planed with his mainland trip He
will return to Hilo on tho next Ki
nau and reopen Court
Mrs Emma M Nakuiaa has boon
appointed Commissioner of Private
Ways and Water Rights for tha
Island of Oabu comprising the
Fourth and Fifth District
Kentuckys lamoua deasso Mocrj
Whiskey unequalled for its purity
and excellence On salo at any of
the oaloons and at Lovejoy Co
distributing agents for the Hawaiian
Captain and Mrs Haglunds
youngest son Waltor Nott wbb
ohiatened Sunday afternoon by the
Rev Kincaid at their rosidonce
Ohistencd is good III
The soaial session of thn Elks last
night presided over by Aotor Fre
derick Warde was a most enjoyable
affair the imposition of fines being
quite an innovation to one uninitiat
ed to its mystories
Mr lrvin a woll known San Fran
olaoo illustrator came down on the
Alameda to take Mr Xardloya place
on tho Advertiser Mr Yardley will
return to thevoonet and then go east
to study in n oohool of drawing and
Sampsons Last Boat
Washington May C Rear Admiral
William T Sampson retired died at
his homo In this city at 5 oclock this
afternoon Tho lmmedlato cause of
death was a sovero cerebral hemor
rhage Ho had been In a
state for Bcvcral days At tha
bodsldo when the Admiral breathed his
last wero Mrs Sampson Mrs Lieuten
ant Cluverlus tho Admirals married
daughter Admiral Sampsons two
young sons Ralph and Harold Samp
son Dr Dixon tho attending physi
cian and nurses and attendants
Mrs Sampson has broken down un
der the sovero strain and as qulto III
all during tho day But for tho critical
condition of tho Admiral alio would
havo been confined to her bed
Washington May 9 With a pomp
and circumstance exceeding that of any
naval funeral In this country In recent
years at least tho remains of Wil
liam T Sampson Rear Admiral In tho
United States Navy and commander-
in chief of the United States naval
forces on the North Atlantic station
during tho war with Spain wero today
laid at rest Every department of tho
National Government was represented
Tho military and naval features of the
ceremonies wero brilliant and Impres
sive They wero conducted under di
rection of Rear Admiral Terry com
mandant of tho Washington Navyyard
assisted by Lieutenant Henry George
tho adjutant general
Tho funeral escort was composed of
the light battery of United States Ar
tillery commanded by Captain Footo
and drawn from Fort Myer the naval
cadets from Annapolis 247 strong a
corps that nover has paraded In Wash
ington heforo save on several occa
sions when a President was to bo In
augurated a battalion of bluejackets
from the North Atlantic squadron of
which Rear Admiral Sampson was for
merly commander
Hollands Quoen in Eaogor
Tho Hague May 5 It was an
nounced from Castlo Loo at midnight
last night that Queen Wllhelmlna had
been prematurely confined at fi
oclock Sunday evening Professor
Rosensteln Dr Itoeslngs and tho oih
or doctors woro In attendance Tho
Queen suffered Intense agony
At 11 oclock Sunday evening tho
condition of Her Majesty was describ
ed nt critical and small hope for ner
recovery was entertained
A message from Castle Loo sent at
7 oclock this morning says Queen
Wllhelmlna Is allll nllvo Nono of tho
doctors attending Her Mujesty left tho
pnlaco last night and neither the
Queens mother nor tho Princo can
ocrt went to bod
The confinement of tho Queen was
long and difficult and artificial moans
were resorted to
Tho Hague May 5 It Is a disap
pointment hut tho Queen Is saveil
Such is tho general teoling regarding
tho sad event of yosterday evening
Tho oxtrerao seriousness of Her Maj
estys Illness was closely connected
with tho acute infectious malady from
which sho waB convalescing and this
complication Involved imminent dan
cer of her doo th
Tho Hague May 7 Advices receiv
ed horo from Castlo Loo dated x
oclock this morning declaro trat
Queen Wolholmlnas condition again
excites grave anxiety Another con
sulfation of tho Queens doctors vas
hold at 11 oclock last night Tho re
sult of this consultation Is not known
President Sam Resigns
Port An Princo Hoytl May 8 Qon
oral TIreslas Simon Sam President of
tho Haytlcn Republic has resigned US
Tho Haytlcn Congress will nssomble
May 12 to select his successor Tho
Haytlcn Republic la completely calm
Former President Jlmtncz of Santo
Domingo has embarked on hoard a
French steamer and Is oxpectcd hero
Goncral Deschamps tho former Uov
ornor of Puerto Plata Santo Domingo
tho Inst llfce to surrender to tho Doml
nlenn revolutionists who also embark
ed on a French steamer has sought
refuge at Capo Haytlcn Haytl
President Sam was elected April 1
1890 for sovon years
The Indfpenoenv
60 cents per
The First Local Mint
Ono of the institutions
ing the
toam and the
aggregation of
each other for
which has the speoinl attention of
tourists as well ob the local people
is tho Mint whioh is established on
Nuunnu street oppoaite Queen
Emma Hall It is interesting to
enter the large main working room
where general manager McDonqugh
and his corps of aaaistants aro at
work The cool and large lanai is a
proper resting plnco and the vaults
whore tho bars to be minted and
beer are kept present a very tasty
speotaoio The Mint ia optn from
581 a m to 1180 p m and during
those hours tho work nover peases
Visitors after looking over the place
will find first olaa refreshments and
the purest of Honors
m m
Nuptials at Central Union
Mies Alice- Lawrenoo McCully
and Mr Franois William Smith tho
popular olerk of Hawaiian Ho
tel wero married at hgh nnon to
day at Central Union Church by
the Kev W M Kincaid -A N
Campbell acted as beat man and
MisB Ada Whitney was th maid of
honor Miss Lyons Miss Stokes aid
Miss Sirs Robortaon were tho
Williams Boys Sentenced
The WilliamB boys who wore found
guity yesterday afternoon of tho
robbery of Wards jewelry store
appeared for snteuoo hefore Judge
Robinson at 980 this morning Ed
gar alias Hlokory Williams got d
yearB and Tob Williams 2 years in
Oahu prifon
And Now For tho Championship
At the Anla warehouse this even
Pacifio Hardware
pullers will face
tho ohampionship
contest and a prize of 20 Fore
cast of The Independent The Pub
lio Wirk should win
Forfeits His Half
FJ Quinn the haokdrivor who
was arreoted yesterday for violating
section 32 6T the Hauk Regulations
to wit driving a prancing horse As
he did not appear in the Pi lice
Court this morning Judgo Wilcox
dealared a 10 bail forfeited
Tho Kapu Wahine Club will go
into mourning next week when
Ralph Yardley departa for tho
Coast He was one of the jovia
members of that organisation
St Andrews Cathedral Whit
sun Day 7 a m Celebration of
tne Holy Uommunion IU a m
Pulo Kakahiaka 11 a m Morn
ing Prayer and Sermon 830 p m
Evensong aud Catechising 730 p
m Evensong and Sermon
Services at St Clements Chapel
Episcopal Wilder avenue Puunbou
Celebration of the Holy Com
munion First Sunday of the month
1105 am every other Sunday 715
am Saints days 645 am matins
and sermon 1105 am evensong and
sermon 705 pm daily prayer at
945 a m
Roman Catholic Cathedral Low
masses Holy Communion 6 and 7
childrens mass with English ser
mon 9 high mass with native ser
mon 1080 rosary with native in
struction 2 solemn vesper aui
benediction 7
St Augustfo Chapel Waikiki
uov tamer vnieuiin at 8UU a ra
oalebration of tho Mass and Ser
Central Union Church corner
Borotnniaand Riabardastreotf Rov
W M Kincaid pastor 950 a in
Suuday sohool 1100 a in publio
worship and sermon 630 pm YP
SOE prayor meeting 780 pm
publio worship and sermon
Tho Catholio Church of St John
the Baptist at K alibi waena in
ohargo of Rov Fathor Clement to
morrow May 18 Whit Sunday or
Peutooost 8 n m Solemn High
Mais tho Kyrie Gloria aud
Credo of J L Baltmumfl mas will
londerod by tho two oholrs of Mo
nnalua and Kalihiwaona under tho
leadership of J H Van Giesen
Sermon aud oolleollon
KawaUhao Churoh 10 a m
Sabbath School 11 a in preaching
by Rev H H Parker 630 p m
Christian Endeavor Sooiety 780 p
m EugliBh eervioo Rev Wm D
We havo a largo stock at prices to suit every purse
Wo now have a very complete assortment received
direct from the manufacturers
Paints Oils and Varnishes
Brushes Some FornisIiiDg Goods Tools and Implements
of llie Most Approved Patterns
Stovi s for Gasoline Kerosene Wood and Goal
Port Street Art Rooms and Bethel Street Department
I Selected Highland i
WTwrm Xr mahttav I
Sole Agents J 1
i I
ri - I
Thon II Hovipc M Rn VA
General M
Igente for Lloyds
Canadian Australian Steamship Lino
BfAish Foreign Marine Insurance Co
SrorthernAEPaance Co Fire and Life
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
Pioneer Line of Paolretfl from Liverpool
On the promises of tho Snnitar
Steam Laundry Co Ltd botwoeu
South and Quoen stroots
The buildings aro oupplied with
hot and cold wator nud electric
lights Artesian wator Perfect
For particulars apply to
On the pro raises at thoro otlloo of j
I A Matfoou 88 -
SanitarySteam Laundry
Co Ltd
Having made large additions to
our maohinery we are now able to
ut the rate of 26 cents per dozon
Satisfactory work and prompt de
livery guaranteed
No fear of olotbing being lost
from strikes
We invite inspection of our laun
dry and methods at any time during
business hours
Ring Up Main 73
Rprl our Yffloru will coll for you
U work t

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