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The Independent. [volume] (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, November 17, 1902, Image 3

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IiOOAL AND QENEHAL NEWS
The Independent 50 cents pa
month
Tho stoamor Mauna Loa is duo
tomorrow morning
This is convocation wook at St
Andrews Cathedral Rrotfuds
r
1
Tho woatker of the past few days
is a regular Kalakaua birthday
weather
Tho steamer Claudino will leave
at 5 oolook tomorrow evening in
stead of at noon
Prinoo Oupid and paaty returned
yesterday morning from Kauai by
the steamer Alaunn Loa
Edward Stratemuyer of the Cus
tom Houso Honolulu is speudiuR
his vacation in this city Hilo
Tribune
The Pacific Mail liner China is
due this evening from the Orient
She was to have loft Yokohama on
the8thinBtant
The battleship Orcgou wants two
clarionet players for its baud Ap
plicants should roeCapt Rodman
at the Naval Station
Prof Ingalls secrotary of the
Civil Service lizard held an examin
ation on Saturday at the High
School for clerk and carrier
The Young Mens Research Club
will meet tomorrow evening at the
residence of O H Athertou corner
of King and Alapai streets
Moat of the Senators are now
here excepting tho Maui and Ha
waii one who are expected tomor
row morning by Mauna Loa
4
Band coBcert tonight at Emma
Sqiare New American aongi will
bVsung by the lady singers the
members of the baud joining as
u ual in the ononis
An answer was filed by Speoial
Agent H E Cooper on Saturday to
the writ of mandamus issued by
Judge Gear on behalf of Junes H
Boyd whioh will be beird tomor
row
Owing to the ltnpossioility of se
curing anyone to take the place of
Judge Mahoe as postmasor at Pu
koo Molokii he having resigned
the postofBoe there ha beeu dis
continued for the present
Funeral services were held yester
day ovbr ibe remaios of the late Rev
Thos F Alexander who die Friday
at tho residence of Mrs A F Cooke
The body is to bo shipped to the
old home of the deoeaaed
In the Distriot Court this morn
ing Sam Papaula for assaulting his
wife was fined 10 and coatp Geo
Rosa for the same ofTenio on Mrs
Jos Ross 10 and cobIb and Oda
or violation of a haok regulation 5
and coats
Tho Rev S L Detha of Hilo who
arrived here on Saturday will par
form the marriage oarennuy of bis
niece Mis Helen Dosha who is to
be married on Thursday evening to
Charles Sionmn of the Public
Works Department
An elopement of a Porto Rioao
lad and a Portuguese girl caused a
slight rippe this week The pqupjo
were arrested and to escape Uu
righteous magisterial wrath of
Judge McKay sought refuge in
matrimony Maui New
A luau was held last night at the
Waikiki home of Prince Cupid in
honor of King Kalnkauas birthday
Over fifty guests sat down amoug
whom were the San Franoisco finan
ciers now bere Musio was render
ed by a speoial qliotette club
Tho enthronement of the Rishop
of Honolulu kok place duripglh
11 oclock service yesterday fore
noon in St Andrew Cqtbedial and
wsb very simple and plain After
the ontbronoment the JJishop celu
bra led the Holy Communion
1
In spite of the wind iu the haibar
blowing at a galo rste the miniature
yacht races were held today Msuy
people werg down on thq ishop
lip whajf to wijtah the events
natives predominating many of
whom talto fjrosjt iutaraat in Hie
Tomorrow will be Bllont day at Si
Clements Church
Most of the cases in tdo District
Coiirt this mbruing wore put oil to
otlur dfys
The Hawaiian Sugar Planters
Association mot this morning and
will conclude tomorrow
Judge Kepoikai of Wailuku
Maui is expected in the city by to
morrow tnorningi Mauna Loa
The men in the final practice
gamoof polo on Saturday showed J
finely for the coming tournament
Anothor boxing contest is on the
tapis between the Kid and an un
known and also between Jack
Weday and Harris
Major Potter was struck on the
nose by a polo ball on Saturday
afternoon and tbo member was
smashed out of form It is a very
painful injury
After todays miniature yacht
races a luau will be held out at
Prince Cupids residence at Pualei
lani Waikiki for the participants
The awards of prizes to the wiuners
will theio bo made
French Miners Not Satitllod
Paius Nov G Tho striking coal
miners are showing great dissatis
faction at the arbitration decision
against a raise in the rate of wages
and their national committee baB
called a meeting to take place at
Arras Department of Pas de Calais
Saturday to determine on the
course to follow
At St Eiieuoe the miners have
adopted resolutions to appeal to
the duck laborers to renew the
strike against loading coal unless
the compauies toJay grant the
miners terms
The strikers at Lsns have un
animously adopted resolutijis to
continue the strike peuding the
decision f the Arras meeting of
Saturday
Ihi troops are kept busy main
ta niug quiet iu sum of
districts
Pemier Combes his telegraphed
to the Prefects of the disturbed
districts instructing them to adopt
any measures nt ceapary to ninin
taiu peace in case the striker eu
gage in renewed outbreaks
Tho present indications are that
i he minors will finally accept the
adverse decision of the arbitrators
auil return to work as tbeir lead
era say it would constitute a breach
of faith to enter into arbitration
and then refuse to accept the re
sults
M Basly the Socialist Deputy
challenged M La Gnliiere editor
qf a provincial paptr beoaue of
the lattera oritieisini of M Baslys
course during the miners strike
The duel is expected to take plaoe
tomorrow
Kilauea MuguiilcHnt
Tuesday evening the Island
of
Hawaii was thrilltd with a gentle
earthquake and people familiar
with the idiosyncraciea of Halemau
man txpeoted big stories of the
activity ol the Volcano Tha report
was npt loqg n nomuig Visitors at
the vilusno during the past four
days say that the fountains of fire
are grander tbau they have ever
been before The play of the molt
ten lava has been continuous during
tbe past few days and the bjg caul
dron is rapidly filling up
The renewed activity indicates
that visitors may come with assur
ance that the voloano will not voxa
tiously slumber while they are pf-
eut Tribuop
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Yacht AcciJontully tiwampud
Princo Cupid aooHmpanlad by
Judge Mahnulu npd Masters Jon e
and Blaisdell left port yesterday
about 0 oolook a m in his yacht tut
Princess on tho way down to Pearl
Harbor to participate in a rare
While going out the wind blew in
siioh a torrifjO fqrpe that the little
yaoht was swamped ana all the oc
cupants fell out into the sea They
were later on rooued after being an
liqjir in tho watn olNin3 to ih
oroHi
ELECTION AFTEttMATU
IrrogulariMoB In Puna Onuso tor
Election Gontoat
When the returns oamo in from
Puna Novomber 4 they showed
majorities for several Urjuie Rule
oandidates including Palmer Woods
Tho telephone reports from Papa
Kona showed a majority of two
over the island for Desh but
wuon luo oOicial returns came
in his vote in Papa was cut from 7
to 4 which gave Pari a majority of
one over Desha and elected Paris
and Woods
As thero were votes thrown out in
the Hilo preoinct it is estimated
that a recount there would give
Deha a majority So long bb
DoBhas vote was less by one than
that of Paris ho objected to any
measures boiog taken that would
unseat a Republican candidate By
throwing out Puua a contest if
made would bo between Woods
and DoaUa and tho chances are that
the straight Republican ticket
would bo elected
The matter haB boen reported to
the Gentral Committee at Honoluu
aad no action will be tateu until
that committee is hnard from As
the Legislature is the judge of the
eligibility of its members if a con
test is deaided upou it is possible
the matter will be taken up during
the npeciil seiion Hawaii Herald
Tho Firot Lcctfl SXlnf
Oue of the institutions hern
which has the special atteutiou of
tourists as well as the local people
is the Mint which is established on
Nunanu street opposite Queen
Emma Hall It is interesting to
enter the large main working room
where general manager MuDonougb
and his oorps of assistants are at
work Tho cool and large lanai is a
proper resting place and the vaults
where the bars to be minted and
beer are kept prei ent a very taBty
spectacle Tho Mint is open from
530 v 0 to 1130 p m and during
thoBe hours the work never ceases
Visitors ater looking over the place
will fiud firtolas refreshme and
the purest of liauon
Fouchnrdiata Fight Oiv 1 Authorities
Ionx Au PiiiNun Hajti Nov i
A troop of 1200 Fomhadies
which entered capital yester
day returning from tho campaign
against General Ftrmio had a con
flict with the civil authorities
There was heavy firing during th
night Seven persona were killfd
and many were wounded The
siliMtiou is grav threaeniog a
new civil war
The disorders continut d during
tho day Tho entiro ppjlation is
very inuoh alarmed and the for
eigners are olaiming protection It
is believed that the arr vl of Gen
eral Nord with 10000 mn whioti
is expooted wilhiu th i next few
diys will put an end to tbe die
turbauci e
Another Earthquake
Oue of the heaviest earthquake
shocks in recent year was experi
enced by the peopje of Honokaa
shortly qfter 7 oolook Tuesday
night Disturbances wore reported
at the same time by peope in Wai
mea The shook wag noticed In
Hilo and Olaa Hawaii Herald
No report has boon as yet filed by
the grand jury
fcADIHP ATTENTION
A sae of Womans Work and
Loan Exhibit will he ht ld on Fri
day and Saturday Nov Ulat aid
Qud at Eik Hall LkIihb makiug
artiolos for sale or exhibit and
others Interested osn obtain all par
ticulars from the ladies of the Exe
cutive Crmmittee
MRS H H WILLIAMS
President
MRS FRRETH
Idria Dl HOFFMANN
MRS 1MINISHI
MRS A E MURPHY
MRS KITOAT
2362 hy Heerotary
The iMPErENpBNT
montbi
oonta par
Pore
aftWtiun iihwiiiiimuml
PRIMO
LAGER
Is on absolutely pure product of malt
and hops browed under the most
favorable conditions and with the
most approved methods Order from
Brewery
Telephone Main 341
SPECIAL SALE OF GARDEN HOSE I
We hae a large stock at prices to suit every purse
FISH- LINE AND TWINE
We now have a very complete assortment received
direct from the manufacturers
Paints Oils and Varnishes
Brushes Homo Fnrnibhing Goqds Tools and Implements
of ibe Most Approved Patterns
Stoics ior Gasoline Kerosene Wood and Goal
TBE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO LTD
Fort Street Art Rooms and Bethel Street Department
SUGAH FACT0KS
IMTOKTEKS OF
AND
COMMISSION TEJiRaiHIAlKrTQ
Vgents for Lloyds
Canadian Australian Steamship Line
British Foreign Marino Insurance Co
Northern Assurance Co Fire and Life
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
Pioneer Lino of Packets from Liverpool
A Good List to Seoct From
BEERS
RudivHlser A B C Bohemian
Premium Palo Rainier and
Primo in Quarts and Pints
Ball Boy Stent
German Malt Extract
SeLTjierTor uLiinexi
With Claret makeB a nice refresh
ing chink
A flue apsortment of the Bset
Brands of Wines an 1 Liquors just
received
Assorted Goodt fo Family Trade
a specialty
Oamara Co
Corner ueen and Alakesoe
Tel Blue iW 2285
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Go Ltd
jjp
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fri
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
ji
i iir i
Having made largo additions to
our maohiuery we are now able to
launder SPREADS SHEETS PIL
LOWSLIPS TABLE CLOTHS
TABLE NAPKINS and TOWELS
at the rate of 2o coats per dozen
cash
Satisfactory work and prompt do
livery guaranteed
No fear of clothing being lost
from strikes
We invite inspection of our laun
dry and methods at any time during
business hours
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your
14 work tf
Kentuckys famous Jessie Moore
WniBkey unequalled for IU purity
and excellence On sale at any of
the saloons and at Loyejoy Co
distributing agentl for theHnKftllMi
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