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The Independent. [volume] (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, May 20, 1902, Image 3

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LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Cuba Librol
Mail for tho
the Alameda
Const tomorrow by
What about that manifest de
tiny now
Thoro will bo no Band concert
this evoning
It is now PreBidoat Estrada Pal
ma of the Eopublio of Cuba
Damon and Pythias at tho
Opera House this evening
Whats the matter with Cuba
hoo all right you botl
Tho S S America Maru may ar
rive from the Orient tomorrow
The last of tho American soldiers
will leave Cuba tomorrow roreverl
The Alameda will sail for Sin
Franoirco at 10 oolook tomorrow
morning
The Cuban Flag went up his
morning Hip hip hip Hurrahl
Demosthenes
down from Hilo
days visit
Lyourgus came
Saturday on a ten
Threo cheers for General Estrada
Palma President of tho newly born
Cuban RepublicI
Side Lights for May has been re
ceived and is as usual up to its form
er atandard
The Pearl of
raitted today
nations
the
iu
Antilles was ad
the concert of
Owing to an indisposition Prin
cess Kawananakoa does not receive
this afternoon
And the Lone Star fhg in triumph
shall wave
Over the laud of the free and
the home of the brave
A W 0 T U meeting is being
held in the parlors of Contral Union
Church this ofternoon
Judge Estoo has a Br rued tho sale
of real estate made in the Voeller
bankruptcy matter by Fred Wun
denborg the trustee
A dancBkWas given by the Hawa
ian Hotel management last evening
in honor of tbo oQicors of the sun-
boat Manila the Frederick Warde
Co nnd a number of townspeople
Commissioner Wray Taylor has
received specimens of a slug
which is said to be doing damage to
crops on Hawaii The now ppst is
believed to havo been brought here
from Japan
Tho dealers license of Lovojoy
Co of Honolulu was renewed
and a light wine and beer license
granted to OttoS Meyer at Kauna
lxakai Molokai by the Exeoutivo
Council yesterday
J J Duuno assiatnut U S at
torney has been designated by the
Attorney General to represent the
Government in the Pearl Harbor
cases on appeal iu the Ninth Circuit
Court of Appeals at Sin Franoisao
Ministerial Meddlers
At a meeting of the Ministerial
Union held yesterday at Central
Union Church Major Wood read a
paper upon The Evolution of the
Salvation Army The proposed
ilosta for Honolulu was discussed
and many of the members expressed
the fear that there were evils which
will go hand in haud with it
Rev W H Rice stated that he
had written to Rev E S Chapman
at Los Angeles for information re
garding tho excesses which he
said accompanied such affairs Ruv
E S Muokioy was appointed to
tuako au investigation and prosent
the results at the next meeting
whon tbo Union will take action as
to whether or not they will approye
of the fiesta
Englnooro Discuss Eloctriclty
There wbb a well attended meet
ing of the Honolulu Engineers
Association laBt evening in the Y
M O A building W E Skinner
talked on the elementary principles
of electrioity and was followed by
It Frioke who gave demonstrations
along tho linos of Mr Skinners
talk
TBE HAWAIIAN BITUATION boor are kept present a very tasty
I speotaole Tho Mint is open from
A Bkotch bv Gov Dolo Deforo tho
Boston Oongroeational Olub
Gov Sanford B Dole of tho Ha
waiian islands was given a most
cordial woloomo last night by the
Boston Congregational club and
mado in response a speech whoso
points are worth reproducing by
way of contrast for tho considera
tion of tho public Reviewing the
revolution he said iu so many woids
that the monarohy was overthrown
and annexation was accomplished
for the sake of good government for
tb islands that is it was for their
benefit Point No 2 is that we
have given you every thing we have
by being annexed and only want in
return some small appropriations
for harbors and other financial aid
from the government But the
second point that thoy have given
us all thoy have is not at all con
sistent with his first point that they
sought annexation for the benefit of
the islands and it shows that thoy
are still trying to work the United
States for the bonefit of the Hawai
ian Point No 3 was the statement
that there are 8000 Hawaiian and
Portuguese voters to only 2000
whites voters and his urgent son
tenoe in conclusion Wo demand
more than any other thing recogni
tion of the American civilization
which has made Hawaii what it is
He used the word demand and
used it with all his force He pro
tested against the present political
system and took impliedly the posi
tion that tho whites must be sup
ported and the native HawaiianB
must be put down Nobody asked
whether the Hawaiian islands be
longed to the Hawaiians or to the
whites and his attitude Beomed to
have the cordial approval of the
olub Springfield Republican
A Democratic Princess
Town Talk of San Francisco has
the following to say about some of
our recent smart cot
Honolulu sooiety has been very gay
in the past few weeks The return
of Sara Parker and his bride former
ly Mrs James Campbell and Prince
and Princess David Kawanauakoa
set tho Hawaiian capital all a flut
ter The old royal hoinejit Pialeila
ni near Waikiki whore once kiugs and
queens reigned in barbaric joyous
ness iB now the centre of gayety for
Prince David is lavishing thousands
on entertainment Princess Kawa
nanakoa Miss Abbie Campbell until
her marriage a few weeks agJ has
revived the gloriea of the monarohy
She drives in a magnificent coach
bearing the royal coat oft arms and
with coachman and footman in the
liveries of the Kalakauas knioker
bookered Bilk stockinged and slip
pered
But withal tbo Princess is demo
cratic or rather neglectful of the
dictates of fashion Her intimate
friend is Rosio Ounha a half white
daughter of a Honolulu saloon
keeper who stands all day in his
shirt sleeves to wait on his custom
ers and who has amassed a half
million dollars iu selling rum to
BonB of missionaries Her brother is
Fatty Ounha formerly at Yale
and later at Stanford nnd famouB
as a football and baseball playor
Fatty is roadiug law supposedly
but spends most of his hours on
tho beach at Waikiki where tho
subtle ginfizz is bandy Cunba and
Prince David are chums and are
usually together when the sonsupus
strains of tho hulahula sound
undor the waviug cocoa plumes iu
the moonlight aud the sinuous
brown bodies of the soft Hawaiian
maidens curve to the voluptuous
airs
The first Local Stint
One of tho institutions hero
which has the special attention of
tourists as well as tho looal people
is the Mint whioh is established on
Nuuanu street opposite Queen
Emma Hall It is interesting to
I enter the largo main working room
where general manager MoDonough
and his corps of assistants are at
work The cool and large lanai is a
proper resting place and tho vaults
j jvhere tho bars to be minted and
530 a m to 1130 p m and during
those hours tho work never ceases
Visitors after looking over tho place
will find firBtolaB refreshments and
the purest of liauors
On a Xour ot Inspection
Superintendent Boyd left on tno
Kinau today for a two weeks visit
on Hawaii While away he will
look into the public works on the
big island inoluding the construc
tion of the new Hilo dook Road
Supervisor Dwight accompanied
him and will be shown a trick or
two by the Hiloites as to road mak
ing
i mm m w
Cuban Independence day
The ship Tillio E Starbuck sail
ed for San Francisco yesterday
afternoon
Inauguration
day
Day at Havana to
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SPECIAL SALE OF GARDEN HOSE I
Wo have a large stock at prices to suit every purso
FISH LINE AND TWINE
Wo now have a very complete assortment received
direct from the manufacturers
Paints Oils anil Varnishes
Brushes Home FnrnlshiDg Goods Tools and Implements
of the Host Approved Patterns
Stoves for Gasoline Kerosene Wood and Goal
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British Foreign Marine Insurance COf
Northern Assurance Co Fire and Life
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool
Cottages
Booms
Stores
On the premises of the Sanitar
Steam Laundry Co Ltd between
South aud Quoon streets
Tho buildings are supplied with
hot and cold water and electric
lights Artesian water Ferfeot
sanitation
For particulars apply to
Cn tho pre mines at thoro oHloa9
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TABLE NAPKINS and TOWELS
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Satisfactory work and prompt do
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No fear of olothing being lost
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business hours
Ring Up Main 73
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