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PROVISION Ali LEGISLATURE.
THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1893.
For tho mouoy thai hn3 cono to
tho Risilou Iron "Worlta wo havo tho
ouieiout now ilioilgo anil a deonoued
harbor oulrnuco. Thoso works wore
obtained uutlor tho iloridod mon
Our annexation contemporaries aro
still wearying their roadors with
lying rubbish about tho monarchy
from papers in tho United Statos in
spired by exiled revolutionists. Tho
instigators of tho slanderous stuff
owo all thoy aro and havo to tho
benign and paternal laws of that
Rogulnr Oonoral Session of tho Exo
cutlvo and Advisory Councils.
. Tho gonoral sossion of tho Execu
tive and Advisory Councils was
oponcd at 1 :35 this aftomoon. With
Vico-1'rosidont Hatch, .presiding,
woro prosont: Miuistors King, Da
mon and Smith; Councillors "Wilder,
uanmeluth, Allon, Watorhouso,
Ena, Brown, Tonnoy, Young, Suhr,
Morgan, Bolto and Moudonca.
Minister Damon road tho weekly
financial statement ns follows:
rresidont Ulovolauu's decision is
that tho Hawaiian nation is repre
sented by tho Queen, peoplo and
constitution of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. Any othor combination is
without tho palo of international
law and will doubtless bo troated
accoidiugly by tho representatives
of tho United Statos.
FisAxcut, Statbmfst rem tub
Esmno December 20, 1S93.
.$ 153,230 -11
. .. 401 70
Current account balance
Loan mud ncet. balance,
Total treasury bnlanco 163,032 20
Interior Department ? L',-400 00
Customs Iteeclnts 0,000 00
Tnus 07,111 4!i
Kovcnue stamp-) 114 00
Post OIUco 1,310 00
Fines, ute . 1,127 85
(loYorinneiit localizations Ooi 00
Uramh 11 00
Thero is not a particle of truth in
tho Advertiser's roport ofhuudiods
of Japaueso rosidouts being pro
pared "to assist tho forces from tho
Xauiwa in protecting tho interests
or Japanoso subjects here," in tho
event of any trouble arising. It is
like tho false yarns sont abroad
about tho Japaueso whon tho cruisor
Nauiwa was horo boforo.
An Advertiser writer said tho
other day that tho opium bill of
1892 passed by tho co-oporatiou of
different parties would havo poi
soned tho Uuitod Statos with opium.
Porhaps it is more agrooablo to havo
tho United Statos poison Hawaii
with opium, as sho is doing at a
groat rate under tho la enforce
ment of tho prohibition law b3 tho
$ 271,031 2,ri
Department l'oreigti AlV.iirs.
Salaries und inc
Hoard of Health
Bureau of Survey
Ucglstry of Conveyances,.
Jlureau of Immigration.
Hureau of l'ublic Work. .
Salaries and inu
ltoad taxes to .special deposit .
School taxes " A
Attornoy General's Dept
Gcnl. Expenses l'rov. Govt...
1. S. Dank withdrawals
Payments under Sec. 2
Current account balance,
. 07,132 20
. 143,502 37
$ 271,031 g'i
,f 2,030,201) 00
Several of tho bright particular
stars of tho conspiracy against tho
independence of the Hawaiian Isl
ands desorted this country for good
but were glad to come back to livo
under what thoy call tho "rotten
monarchy." Messrs. W. O. Smith,
A. S. Hartwoll and P. C. Jones aro
prominent among tho number. Na
tional annexation might prove as
disappointing to thoso goutlomon as
did porsonal annexation.
uue i'. s. jj.mK and i M. u.
notes ()'5,110 05
Treasury notes 40,000 00
r. h. immv MrMn.
Notice of withdrawals ni.it nr-
iiiK December, J.uiuur and
I'vliruarv ? 3.1,73" CU
C.ih on hand . . ttl.01.1 70
A Nntlvo Arrostod With Eight Tins
and n Smoking Outfit.
Cnnlnin LaiiKlov, assisted by B.
Zablan and Sam Stouo, arrostod a
native uamod Kalua in a house on
Nuuanu, near School streot, last
night for having opium unlawfully
in possession. Kalua, it is said, is
an old doaler in tho contraband
stuff, but nothing dofiuito was known
to tho polico until a fow days ago,
whon officor Stouo learned that
Kalua had received a numbor of tins
of opium rocontly landed from tho
S. S. Australia, under tho Customs
officers' noses. "Whon tho officers
mado the raid Kalua had rotirod,
but, having a warrant, tho officers
soarchod tho promises. Under tho
houso in a kind of closet a complete
opium smoking outGt was fouudjbo
sides oight tins of tho drug. Tho
outfit and supplies with Kalua woro
takon to tho Polico Station. Kalua
was released on $250 bail furnished
by S. K. Kano.
An Old Rosidont Gono.
By tho doath of Robort Gray, this
mornincr, anothor kamaaina has boon
removed from our midst. Tho do
coased was born at Womyss, Fifo
shiro, Scotland, and livod for some
timo in tho Unitod Statos and Bri
tish Columbia. Ho arrived at thoso
islands about 00 years ago, and his
first omployinout was at Wildor's
sugar plantation at Kualoa, Oahu.
Subsequently ho worked with tho
lato Geo. McLean, druggist, Nuu
anu streot, ovontually assuming tho
management oi the business. Mr.
Gray had been a groat sufferor from
asthma and lately, whilo tempora
rily residing in San Francisco, con
tracted a sovoro cold which ulti
mately was tho basis of his last ill
ness. Ho was earofully and lovingly
nursed to tho end. Ho loaves a
widow and a largo circlo of frionds
and acquaintances to mourn their
loss. At his death tho deceased was
72 3-ears and G months old. Tho
funeral took placo this afternoon at
3 o'clock, starting from tho resi
dence of Mr, Jns. L. McLean, slop
sou of tho deceased. Tho placo of
interment was Nuuanu valley.
Hawaiian Haraware uo., nt
I'I'.IIVI-'IO.N.M. IIOM.KM1I VI MKVO.
Kpen-es Provisional Govern
ment to date $ I75,s0" 75
Thi-f amount covert, all ej.pi'iites includ
ing military and others not nppropii.itcd
by tho last Legislature.
MKMII I'AHt IN TRl'VSIMtV.
Outstanding certificate-, to io-
deom whieh tiiere K cor-
icsponding coin deposit in
tho tiejsury .. 2s 1,000 00
Certilkates withdrawn from
circulation and depo-itcd
for safe keeping 23,000 00
Postal Savings Dank Balance .$
ltoad Hoard fund in Treasury..
School Hoard fund in Treasury
Available cash as above.. ..."
fr 230.187 02
PAYING FOB LUXURIES.
A correspondent saj's that as the
Marshal is paying for tho cigars and
candies and boor for tho "League"
braves, ho might pay tho forty dol
lars due by tho Maui Annexation
Club to tho Chinese caterer at "Wai
luku for refreshments furnished
them at their Fourth of July ball.
That it was a brilliant affair is at
tested by tho correspondence of the
event in tho columns of tho Ader
tisor and Star. Tho only abiding
rolic of annexation now in existence
on Maui is a reminder that the
patriots got a forty-dollar feast,
which in not boiug paid for stamps
tho character of the mon and the
movement. John "W. Kalua, whom
tho "unco guid"' havo selected to
insult by lfm prosonco tho natUo
children and parents of Kamoha
moha Schools, is no longer president
of tho club, as there is no club. Ho
and tho immaculate Geo. Hons, ex
treasurer, both boil their coffee
under a treo in tho back yard, lest
tho Chinese restaurant keepers
should givo thorn tho sweots of
croton oil which thoy well desorvo.
(Tho miscellaneous itom of ex
penditures above is mado up as fol
lows: Aid Matornity Home, S100;
subsidy Wildor's S. S. Co., 5200;
Paradiso of tho Pacific, $100; Public
grounds, 75.46; Road damages, S12.
00; subsidy O. R. &. L. Co., S229G;
Repairs to Insane Asylum, $2323.30;
Honolulu Firo Department, $942.28;
Printing, $1023.05; Forests and nurs
eries, $190.11 ; Repairs olectric lights,
$309.31; Sundries, $18.20.)
Tho main itoms of expenditure
during tho mouth past havo been:
Sidewalk improvement enacted
by tho Legislature of 1892 is being
steadily pushed all ovur town.
By Ja-3. F. Morgan.
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
At Morgun's Salesroom, an Immense Lot
Intei est .. .
Kisdon lion WoiKs.
V. M. U. XotOT .
. 00,073 07
Taxes of 1S03 paid, e..clu-ic ot
ioad and school
REQUESTED XO STEP OUT.
What purports to bo tho gist of
tho address of Minister 'Willis to tho
Provisional Government, requesting
its surrender of public affairs to tho
Queen, is given in this morning's
Advertiser. According to this ro
port, tho Provisional Government is
hold as having assented to the arbi
tration of tho United Statos Govern
ment, in accepting tho Queen's sur
render to tho United Statos forces
and noting her protest. After in
vestigation tho President of tho
United States has decided in favor
of tho Queen, Through tho Minis
ter, tho Queen engages to grant am
nosty for tho past, to ratify all con
stitutional obligations mado by tho
Provisional Government, and to
govoru faithfully in accordauco with
tho prosont Constitution. Therefore,
tho Ministor states it as his duty to
ask tho gentlemen of tho Provisional
Govorumont to retire from tho posi
tions they hold, and surrender the
govorumont to her to whom it lias
been decided rightly to belong.
Whatovor answor tho Provisional
Government may make, tho Prosi
dont of tho Uuitod States has in
formed Congress that Ministor Wil
lis has boon instructed "to undo tho
wrong that had been dono by thoso
representing us, and to restore as
far as practicablo the status existing
at tho timo of our forcible interven
tion." The .Minibtor has givou tho
Provisional Government an oppor
tunity to step out as goutlomon.
Their refusal will not nullify IiIb in
sliuclioiiH "to undo llio wrong."
P S. 1!. deposits. Dec. 1.
. 1,27.1 0')
Will be Sold at any Price.
will be tin last SaleofTos
Jas, IF1. Morgan,
All domauds havo beon mot. Road
Board claims nill bo provided for :
by special act, as tho appropriation
Tho Ministor further said he ro
grottod that ho Postmaster at Ha
naloi, Kauai, was deficient $3600 in
his accounts. Ho sent tho Postmaster-General
there, but tho Post
master was so excited, having threat
ened to take his own life, that Mr. Oat
(P. M. G.) could not gain complete
satisfaction and returned to town
for further instructions. Aftor con
sultation with tho Attorney-General,
it was docidod to arrest tho Post
master and ho was now committod
Ministor Damon also oxpiessod 10
grot that tho weekly financial state
ments had not beon published for
some weeks. Somo of tho papers
explained that tho omission was duo
to a press of work or a lack of space,
out tno reporter oi tuo Jb'acinc Uom
morcial Advertiser stated that ho
had instructions not to publish the
statements. Ho thought it impor
tant tho public should havo tho in
formation, and if necessary would
bo willing to pay for its publica
tion. Ministor Smith said President
Dole was busily ongagod and could
not bo thoro. Tho Executives had
nothing ready to lay bofore tho
Mr. Watorhouso moved tho Coun
cils adjourn. Carried.
On SATURDAY, Dee. '2l,
AT 12 O'OLOCJC NOON,
a.t lyff-sr sa.iii:ejs:r.oo:j-
I will hell at Public Auction a Line of
A chance to I.i y in a Stock tor the
Thoso who like to hoar tho old
Christmas carols, should attend tho
0:30 o'clock sorvico of tho Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's Catho
dral next Sunday evening, Decem
ber 21th (Christmas ovo). Tho choir
will at that hour sing four carols
bosidos othor music. On Christmas
morning, Monday, tho sorvico will
commonco at '.):5i0 o'clock, whon
an elaborate program of music will
bo sung by tho choir, consisting of a
To Doum by Vogrich, Jubilato by
Holdon, anthem, "It camo upon
tho midnight clear," by Sullivau, n
carol, "Angels from tho realms of
glory," aud two Christmas hymns.
All seats aro freo and a cordial invi
tution is extended to tho public to
Thero is a complete trimming of
trees, cutting of grass and cleaning
out of footpaths in tho Judiciary
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan. (5th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will
nell at Publio Auction, that Valua
ble Itcsidonce known as tho
The Property lias a frontago of lis feot on
a u i;ui
200 feet deep.
Theru Is a Comenlont
2-Story Dwelling House
Containing 10 ltooins, Cottage and Out
houses on tho Jxt. Tho Main Houc
contains 12 JtooniH. Kitchen
and Hath, Alan
1 2-Room Cottage!
1 1-Rooni Cottage!
Hath and Wash JIoumi outuldn,
i:tc , ute, mi-.
Saturday, Dec. JG, 1S93.
The consumer of electricity
for illuminating purposes finds
himself in a position corre
sponding with Moses when the
light was extinguished. We
have no authoritative informa
tion as to just where Moses
was, but the natural solution
to the problem seems to be
that he was in darkness. And
such is the predicament of the
users of the electric lights in
Honolulu. It's an ill wind that
is of no particular benefit to
some one; the break in the
lighting plant was the primary
cause of our selling forty-three
lamps to people who had
abandoned kerosene for more
modern methods of lighting
their houses. Another reason
for the trade in lamps coming
to us is that we had the goods
at prices suited to the times.
To store-keepers in need of
lamps we can offer some very
pretty two, three and four-light
Chandeliers at very low prices;
they are exquisitely wrought in
brass with either glass or metal
Everyone reads the adver
tising pages of "Century" be
cause the matter is so well
prepared that it compares
favorably with that on the in
ner pages. The advertise
ments of the Standard Manu
facturing Co., with illustrations
of their sinks, bathtubs and
washstands appeal directly to
people who believe that clean
liness is next to honesty when
acquired in an enamelled bath
tub. For the past year we
hae been the agents for the
Standard Manufacturing Com
pany for the sale of their tubs,
etc , and as such we have in
troduced some people to the
only tub in which they can
thoroughly enjoy a bath. On
the "S. N. Castle" we received
another invoice of these goods
having all the latest improve
ments. These will be ready
for inspection to-day, and we
will be pleased to show them
The Wonderful Wertheim
Sewing Machines which we
imported a month or two ago
jumped into favor so quickly
that we deemed it advisable to
order more and by the Mari
posa we received what will be
considered by judges the finest
sewing machines, both for ser
vice and ornament, ever im
ported to the country. The
"Wertheim Triplex" is a com
bination of three machines in
one, producing three distinct
stitches: the Lock, the Chain,
and the combined Lock and
Chain or Embroidery Stitch.
Every dressmaker appreciates
the advantages of the Chain
Stitch in elasticity and the ease
with which it can be ripped.
With this machine the process
of tacking can be rapidly per
formed without any hand sew
ing whatever. Besides being
the easiest running and best
all 'round machine for home
or tailors' use the tables of the
Wertheim are far handsomer
than those of any other make.
The wood is selected accord
ing to the beauty and evenness
of the grain,, white the hand
some inlaid work commends
them to all lovers of the beau
tiful. The handsome piano and
banquet lamps in our store
which have won your admira
tion as you passed by would
probably occupy a place in
your dwelling if you would but
ask the price. The Alameda
will bring us more of them
just in time to be selected for
Christmas presents, than which
nothing could be more appro
priate. We have some handsome
pieces of Cut Glass, Rookwood
Pottery and small bits in Sil
verware of about the right
value for Christmas gifts.
These are articles that will
never weary the eye; like the
landscape, there will always
be found something pleasant
to look upon.
AnhGUsov-Busch Browing Co.
"VVinB tho Prize at tho
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Boer.
" .1.01 ,s, Oct. 28, 1893.
MrssM. Macpaki -: k. Co., I.'d.,
Honolulu, II. I,
Dear Stn:Va have mailed you a copy
of the Qtohc-thnwud announcing tho great
victory ion by the ANiintmFn-Buscii Asso
ciation Ith tin. li- "KAGLK" Brand of
xiiKusi:iMiu&(. :i hhkwikg asso
Oornov Jrort lis Hotel Sti'oota.
(Special Htipttlch to Globr-Doiwcrat.)
Wont.n'n Vaui, C uio, Iu,., Oct. 20.
No award lias over been mado so gratifying
to St. Louis jieoplo and o justly merited
as tho ono given to-day by iho Columbian
jury of tho World's Pulr, consisting of con-noi-curs
and chemist of the highest rank,
to tho Aiihou,cr-Uuch Brewing Associa
tion. By methods of unrivalled businci?
enterprise, and by using the best material
produced in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and othor iidultorants or surro
gates, the different kinds of tho Aiihousor
llusch beer havo become tho favorites vtith
tho American people, and havo now con
quered tho highest award in every particu
lar, which had to bo considered by the
Columbian jury. The high character of
the oiiaid given to-day by tho jurors will
bo better understood when it is known that
tho different beers exhibited bv tho An
heusor-Buscli Browing Association had to
compete with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of other brewers. Tho fact
that no other concern has received so
many points for tho various essential qual
ities of good beer confirms anew the firm's
reputation ns tho leader of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus Busch can feci
proud over this result so justly merited.
Toys of Hhrei'Y Descriptioji 1
Holiday A Xias Goilfs I
fill Lead the Market in Low Prices!
BST Tho above Is a Fac-slmlllo of the
Label of the " EAGLE " Brand which took
JSi In ordeiing this Beer ba sure to
ask for the "KAQLr." Brand.
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
Aqcnls for jranaiian IslanJi
H. Hackfeld & Go
I AM OFFERING A VERY LAKGE STOCK. OK
H J 2ST 3D TL E IR. O HE I E F Q
For Ladles, Gentlemen and Children at Low Prices.
SPECIAL At 15c.-a fino lino of Ladles' Embroidcd Silk Handkeiohicfs.
SPECIAL-At 35c Gents' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPECIAL-At 1210. 105 doren Fancy Silk Handkorchiofii.
E& My Be, 10c, l'iiie., 15 and lCJc Ladies' Handkorchicfs aro tho host values
offered in the market (immense assortment to select from).
Extra Valuo in Hosiery for Ladies, Gentlemen and Chlldron I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Huso at $15 Dozen 1
Great Gut in Friees for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will bo offcied at Lower Prices than over before.
My $4 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suits roducod to $3.75. My $0, $6.50
nutl $7.50 Suits (Kneo Pants) roduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My St Knee Pants reduced to 65c. My $2, S2.25 and $2.50
Kneo Pants rodnced to 31.50
Boar's "Waists a,t 65c.
In White and Fancy Percale with Hack and Front Pleated and Largo
Boy's Waists at 25c. iu Calico and Flanellette !
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" due horo next Saturday I will r.'ceivo a Largo Stock oi
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
New Novelties in Laces, Ribbons and Oiher Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LA11GE INVOICE OV
Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
fiS I INVITE insrSIFEJOTIOlKr -a
(3 . JU led. Jbt JLi X d JEEC ,
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., ... - Honolulu, H. I.
Aio jut in receipt of large importa
tions bv their iron barks "Paul
and by a number of ves
fcIo from America.
Compiling of n large and complete
Vienna und lion Gulden Furniture,
Siuldlery and Cutlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
Oils nnd Paints, Lubricating Grease,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Filtcrpicss Clotb, Twine,
BagH, Market Busketn,
Dcmijolnib, Etc., Etc.
Booting Slates, Fiiebriekfc,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain unil Corrugated Iron,
It, It. Mutoiiuls,
Steel Kails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Golden Gate, Diamond, Sporry'n, Mer
chants mid Eldorado
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
Choice Line of Suit
able Goods, consist
ing in part ot'
The Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
I'ltlrurail 1)0 IllBIKH'tl'll oil lllllillcu-
Jets. "JP, Morgan,
iHi til AtlCTIONKlClt.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreckcla' Wool-,
807 FORT STREET.
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
axid Oomfc) Sots,
Kodaks, Etc., mto.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu., H. I.
On tho most Liberal Tonus at
Lowest I'riccH by
Hetckfcld & Go.
LOVEXOY &, CO.
No, 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
iron THJJ BALE ov
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Winos,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Frodericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cal U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, lliuh and Mellow.
Spruancc, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Heliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
" TllL'feli (Infills lire! (lll:ir.'llll. I'll Klrt. iil, luu In i.v.irt. m.i I mill urn till... ..I I..-
salo nt Very Huusoimblo Prices, 8J7-Biu
Mutual Telkpiione 808 Post Office Rox 137