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In accordance willi Stclion 1, of Chapter
XXXVI of the t,nwn ot ISSOi
All jicraom holding water iiniU,i'e or
oso n tying writer rutei, nro hereby uoti-
thoso niylug writer rutet, nro hereby uoti-
noil liiai iii wn pt r.ue lor 1110 leru i'iui-
ing .IiinaliO, 18!7, will be iIub nuil jnyWo .
nt tho olueo o llic I'nnnl 1I11 Wt r wiikn,
oil tho lxt (Iiit of Junmiry, ISJ7.
All mtcucniiiluitiy unjiiiil fui fifieiuilnys
Bflor they nro ilno will bo subject to on
(ulilltiotvtl 10 per cent.
liatvi nro pnjiihlo nt tho ofllco of tho
AViiter WurV-i In ttio Knpuiiwn lln hliliR.
SiiporinlHii it nt II0110I11I11 V ne Worln.
lloiiolnhi. t! I , Deo 17, 1S!0.
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MONDAY, JAX -i, lbi)7
UBmN RECOGNIT1 JN.
Tliorc ttt- mil tiiiti i.i'w niioni
tin quoRtiot) of (Jubiin roconitinn
by tlip Uiiilt'il SIuIch it'ceiv(il by
the Btennipr Coptic. By pnvimm
Shu FriincisBo ndviccs the UuMjK
tin 1'iivn tlio racosuitiim lesolu
tion ns nmemled nud adopted by
tho Senutn committee on foroign
tolfitions. The resolution wiih yet
to Ix- leporUd lotheScuulo,iiiid no
thiiifi him bnun lieard ul oul it feince.
Should tlm lesdtution be adopted
by both houses il wouM luovitn
bly IjHve lo i- ino buck with tho
President's v.' t 1. It is extreme!)
doubtful if il could bo putmed over
tho veto, especially nu tho sober
thought i: thn nr.tion must bo
tigniust mi h i yroeia bteitch of in
teiiiatioiinl ln'.v. Tne (Juuutis
have no government iiiul no capi
tal, n iid ciiii ol?ir no guniiiuti-o
for the rihtj of foreign
ors. If it is the will of tho Amer
ican people that tho United Stales
should mteifero to put an ond to
the war, there are moro legitimate
wnvb than recognition of Cuban
bolligeieucy to accompliuh the
object. Eecofjnilion would in
sonic respects jive Spain advan
tages that she does not now pos
8Csb in proteclintho Hliores of
Cuba from the invasion of filibus
torintretprulitioiH. Tho peoploof
thse ixlaudti inn-it feroully hope
that the United Stale will ni'l
provoke wnt wi!h Spain. Hono
lulu is ri(.-l)t on the tifii-l, of navi
gation, by tne chart, between the
Philippine L'.ukIs and the Paci
fic Coiit-t. As the oponiny of Iiog
tililios would undoubtedly bo on a
maritime basU, Spain could not
find a luoie fuvoi'ttblu nuibush
from wlii.-li to )rey on American
commerce thou in this vicinitj.
For a little uhilu at leuHt, the
Uuited Steles navy would hnvo
nnnle oiiiploymcnt noater home,
in both oceans, and Hawaii would
indeed be iu imminout dnngor of
coining under temporary militaiy
rule by Spam. Tho liuLLirnx
does tiut believe, howover, that
tho United States is desirous of
war, at tho prosont juncture, oven
with early success of hor arms a
foregone eonciuuiou. Victor' over
Spain fur tho sako of Cuba would
introduce into her affairs n pro
blem fur which alio is scarcely
prepared to iiud a ready solution.
Hounlulu capitalists nud Imsi
liess men oiiht to soriously con
sider the proposition to socuro a
cable to the Pacific Const by their
owu efforts. An iutorviow with
the master of a vessel that oalled
hero in dinttcss, "ivuu in this
issue, contains matter of practical
value for estimating the pioposi
tion as an iu vestment. As a faotor
in the pio-pt-iity ot tho port, thoro
can be no question that a cablo
would-be hecond to no other item
During last year 9,410,220 telo
grams were dispatched in Japan,
nnd 8,800,722 were- dispatched to
nnd received from abroad. Uoth
total givo un inoreaso of 12 per
cent on tho figures for 1801.
Such is nn Horn from tho Shang
hai Morcury. It gives somo idea
Thoro wns (i popular rovolt in
189'2 ngninst protection of tho ox-
trome sort that boro McKitiloy 8
, ., . , ., ,, 1 n
name, Mill it 18 not hkoly thnt tho
Republicans will bo in hasto to re
new the dangerous experimont.
Tho presidential election returns
were not nil in when it was report
ed thit Mr Reed, one of the ab
lest leaders of tho party,would op-
p -e a ievrioii to McKinleyism
' iu financial policy.
That there should hae beon an
immeiliiite revival of industiy in
t.i. Uiii(,d Maiff after tho presi
d. uhul o'.cctio'. is evidence that
id- Wiiwm Uuilf law has not in
ju".l i.'ie c"umii. It will govern
...r t.niiT f,,i f.) h'l.fl ajeav to
. "iiie, and y't the niiinulaelurers
1I0 not seem to be afraid of its ef
fects. oitiiMAi. ir.'is.
l'riMii tciiiitiiil ltli,n1 Ills lliikulRti
As nn ovidonce of progress in
Coren, it is stated that a semi
monthly magazine has been stnrt
wl. 'J'lie purpose of 0iB periodi
cal is snid to be, first, to propagate
useful iufornintiim; secoud, to
i,.i'li the m I-.- Slow to hr, H,lii
n'ii' cith. ins of their coun'ry: and
ItiMt, but not len-t, to create a liter-
tuie for tin ueneral inlhc. it
till bv publis'heii in the, mixed
eript )' Co, en 11 and Chinese and
will be distiinuted thioughoul the
u'llrv at the cost of the paper.
Thero nro a number of onlighlou
ed Coreans who promise to con
tribute originnl articles every
mouth on various suhjects .
A French warship is at Niug
po, and tho purp-irt of her np
peaianco is supposed to bft con
nectcd with Romnn Catholic mis
sionary claims, iu consequence of
iht-ir chinch at Whnng 1'ien
.Imihi, iu Taichow, being burnt
101110 time ago by bad characters,
when fivp native converts were
killed. Tho claims pieseuled to
.lie l'aotiti nro that the lolativo.;
of tho deceased bo compensated
Lis. 1000 each for the five lives
I0.1t; that thu magistrate bo ro
moved, and Mint, ns the riot must
hnvo been stirred up by the gen
try, five members -if the gentiy
no punished by capital punish
ment. The last of the three de
iiiamiH the Tuotai cannot be ex
peeled to carry out.
Accoidiu,- to tlieShatijhiii Mer
cury, steps me beinj.' taken to iu
trodueo lefouns in the Govern
munt scl.'o ls at Nanking by add
ing the stuily of foit-iu science
to tho progtam of education. An
Amoricau mUuioiiai.i, the Itev.
Faruuson, bus been a-.'vl to en
gage foreign tcacheiH for the
schools, and duriug the interval
the examination papois of the
pupils will be submitted to Mr.
Forguon for criticism.
II. W. Yiuce, a popular young
member of tho foreign commu
nity, has succumbed to smallpox
at Kobe, whom the disease is
Considerable surprise was ex
pressed nt Nagasaki, tho latter
part of November, upon tho nr
rival thoro of the largest warship
that has ever visited that part of
tho world. It was H. I. It. M.
flagship Iturik, with Admiral
Aloxeioll', Commander in-Chief of
tho Itussiun fleet in tho Par East,
nud the well-known Captain
RodiouolV in command ot tho
A soizure of 482 taels of opium
was made at Hongkong lutolv,
and a fold who admitted being in
unlawful possession of it wns ar
rested nnd fiued S500, with the
alternative of throe mouths' im
prisonment. The burial of t'ie Into Qneon of
Coren will coat tho Government
of the country 200,000. All tho
ceremony connected thorcwith will
be based on tho rules of etiquette
established by tho Ming Dynasty
of Chion, ns her independence as
a nation necessitates hor adopting
some riles other than those that
wero previously observed during
the time sho was a vassal stato of
tho hitter country.
Tho Allograph is a valuable
aid to nnyono wishing to learn to
skotoh from nature without an in
structor. Prieo SS.00. King Pros,
hnvo them for sale.
he Now l. H
of 13 llilnx.
J. F. Eckardt has received liis
commission us Deputy Supromo
Clmucollor of tho Knights of
Pythias for tho Hawaiian Islands,
succeeding II. Laws in that high
est position of tho ordor iu this
jurisdiction. Mr. Eckardt
Chanccellor joined 3
Lodge, No. 2, iu 1890, aud has
seived as Outer Guatd, Master of
Finance, Mastor of Work, Vice
aud Chaucellor, nud now becomes
the local roprosoutativo of the
Tho now D. S. C. of Iho.Pytlii
nns hns served other societies with
distinction. A member of Court
Camoes, No. 3110, Ancient Older
ot 1'oresl.Ms, Mr. Eckaidt wns the and tf hot ur mild mentrs litit
delei'nto to the hu!) lliuh Court uev ri nK's first. It is OFSOht niv
meeting held at Ukiah, Califoiuia,
May, 189b, where he served on
mo uniiiice coiiimiiin , nun iib ii
appointed Deputy H.gh Oliiof
Kanger lor Hawaii on JJecemner
Ho has been n member of Ha-
wai.au Council, No. 089,. Amonc- .
an Legion of Honor, stneo 188.1,
for more thau six
years, aud tho
1 D"puty Supreme things tor the tiiblo is prover-91-5.
j binluiid tho ''designing" of
A inombor of tho Germnn Pe
nevoleut Society since 18S0, ho
has been its secretary sinco 1881.
J. F. Eckardt enmo to thse isl
niidfl in 1378, entered the Queon's
iiospitil ns nssistant in 1879, nnd
aud the Knights of P thins in Ha
wait nio to be congratulated upon
having him ns its constitutional
" 1 "r
LUBRICATING OILS AND
The sugar season of 1897 is
at hand, and now that we
have fairly entered on the New
Year it is time to think about
business and making a little
money to spend next Christ
mas. A dollar saved is a dol
lar made, as everyone knows,
and one way to save money is
to use a first-class quality of
Lubricating Oil. To those
who are as vet unacquainted
with the"Coloiado"Brands, we
beg to say that while we do
not believe in decryui"; the
product of our competitors, we
do believe in stating the truth
as forcibly as possible, namely,
that we have the finest Lubri
cants, that for density of vis
cosity, high fire test and per
fect working qualities can not
The Colorado brands of
lubricants are the Diamond"C"
Cylinder Oil, Colorado Cylin
der Oil, Extra Valve Oil, Red
Seal Valve Oil, Engine Oil,
Dynamo Oil and AAachinery
Oils. They are the best and
cheapest in the market.
In addition to the above we
carry a full line of lubricants
and lubricating compounds of
all kinds for plantation and
We also desire to call atten
tion to our hand-painted oil
containers, which are useful,
ornamental and economical.
They hold sixty gallons and
will save their cost in a month.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Panic,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
was itppointeii aupprimiHieiH in t)i; K ns 1 iomenpntmr; vni
188!!, p;,M.o held by him oyer E..l.oi 13reakfubt; Cocked
since with t.tiiisrnction to the tins . , .. , ,1 ,-., ,, 1 .
tees and tho public. Dutv is his " bulb nud O cm bhell in bulk.
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Still 111 OVf TV Sllll.UlOH. J. uiuwi miuuffi uiivwi'iu; w
Families will find it to their
interest to buy canned goods
or bottled delicacies by tho
case. Thoy keep as well in the
pantry ns on our shelves and
tho purchaser gets the benefit
nf f.hn wlinluf-nla rnto. The
savinc is considerable and our
prices nro us low, it 1101 lower
than tiny place in Honolul.i.
There's m question about tho
n'lnlitv. Think it over nud let
this, be one of your 1897
Among tlio many lelisheS
for use on tho tiblo every day
?Ali. X d hii nud till
in flavor of
th(, (,h -V 8
st t till!
.- r, ,. ,, i....i
appetite Some ot the brands
uru umii i'tiiiums muiviu mi
1 the br.uns of English army 1
f,fiir.nrs who have caninaiiriicd
j jj Tho npt;tudo f the
,-,..,,.. ' tili , .
--"b"0'' . "'"' . " n"""
Chutney has not weakened
thoir reputation in this respect.
Wo have seven different
brands of Cocoa: Gheradolli's;
'Phillips Digestible; Vun Hou
henvv for them experience only
pleasant results from the use
of cocoa. Wu nro certain of the
quality of tho goods and do not
hesitate to recommend them.
Wo belicvo we c irry the lar
gest stick of groceries in Ho
nolulu uud our facilities for
supplying customers is unsur
passed Lewis & Go.,
Kort Stroot, - - Honolulu.
7,n ..; ?ioa$'1''t
i4jl , i'f'' ritTfl
Gold aud Silverware,
Crockery and Ivoryw.ue,
White Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Stoamer Chairs,
Cigars, lite, Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 NuuHim Street, Houblnln,
Tlio imileriilKned IiiwIhk bicn Uuly aiipolnt'
cd Aamtnliiirutnr nf lUo llotalo of Churl
cd Admtnlmrutnr nf lUo IZotalo of Oliftrlci
Uniiiiuir, lateol Honolulu, ipiriui oi u.iuu,
decoosed, notlcu Is hereby KUen to all cicdl
loiBof tlio deceased to prwent tlielr claim,
wlietlier eeetiud by nolce, morteouca or
otliumUudulv authenticated and with tiro
iicr vouchers, If u-iy exist, to the uiidcrBln
cd ultlitiii-tx iiionllia from Ihu doto liHrenf,
ur tiny will l) lore it luned. And all per
rons Indebted to tho paid deceased nro ru
iiurvteil to ninko lminedlalo imvmcnt to tho
uiidemldicd at his ollleo, No. sjUUVf Merchant
street. Honolulu. n vyln DAVToN
AdinlnUtrator of tlio hn'-t? of Charles
Honolulu, Dec. 18, ISM. 18M')t
X$ -. .-we-! . iZ Auction Sides by II . S. Luce.
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Tlio Maoiilktiipei'S Slmc Co.,
ugj a4fu?gimMjmtr jmu CTnaran b-ebc
To supply your wants in Men's Furnishing Goods with tho
most complete nnd choicest stock wo hnvo over laid before tho
public. If j ou nre iu doubt as to what you wiuihl liko to
piesent to your fiionds r.i relations, lot us show you o -r our
goods, and you , ill surely find something substantial and ser
viceable, that will gladden tbo hearts of tho30 who receive thorn.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collnrs and Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linou or Cotton,
plniu or printed; Suspenders either Silk or O itton;
Dress Shirts, Negligeo, Shirts nnd Night Robes,
UCats eithaj 3i'nU ox Strw8 tev Mai my! Sa?s
Smoking Jackets, Panama Hats, Puggarees in many do
signs; Collar and Cuff Puttons, Potom Studs, Sleevo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waist-,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys v
Valises and Hand lings, somo very nico ones iu Alii '
gator; nnd n great many other things.
HAH K i 13 A.S H.1Z11
Oornpr of "Fort nnd Mr-rch. mt Sts
$ H S C
I am instructed by Mrs. F. S.
Pratt, to dispose of hoi W.ikiki
Properly nt Publio Auction, at
my Salesrooms, curnor of Fort
and Quoen stroots,
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, 1897,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
This opportunity of semiring a
Magnificent Wflikiki Boiuh Lot
is undoubtedly the finest over
oflcred and moat certainly the
best ohiinoo to obtain a Superb
Seusido ll.'fiidonce. Tho locu
tion and Buttling nro par ex-
collonco. Tho Proporty is thick
ly planted with woll-grown cocoa
nut and other trees, nud well-
ooveiod with irmnionio grass.
Tho Property has beon wisely
divided to suit tho requirements
of any intonding purchaser or
can bo dioposod of in tuto.
A Plan of same mu.y bo seen at
my Auction Room.
53T For fu"thcr particulais,
W. S. LUCE,
sJJ V- - -'
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. By tho Miounn the other
day, we received direct from
tho factory, n magnificent ng
3'irfcuient of French China.
Amonjr the h t wo hnvo two
now stock patterns, from which
customers nmy select either
one piece or ten di ze"Ti. In this
way customers may roplaco
any bronkngo at tho lowest
possiblo cost and without the
necessity of purchasing an
entire new set.
In this sanio invoico wo have
somo of tho most beautifully
decorated toilet sat3 ever shown
in Honolulu. Therio nro made
of fine crockery and will orna
ment any wash stand.
A fad among Honolulu peo
ple is decorating china. At
the exhibition by tho pupils of
Miss French, at Oaliu College
a short tinio ago, somo beau
tiful specimens, tho work of
her pupils, wero shown and
will stand comparison with tho
work of professional artists
abroad. Our stock which was
opened a day or two ago con
tains all sorts of pieces and in
many sizes. They are made
especially for decorating and
Von Holt Block.
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