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It hut loii .soil 1 1 1 r Majesty the
uecn to limko the fulluv!i;,' appoint
Honorable .John Owen Domini.-,
Governor nf the Island of Oahu.
James William Robertson, Esq.,
('hamhcrlaiii of the Royal House
hold. Captain Sii'iui'.'l Nowlein, Captain
of the "ivinV Royal (iiiard," vice .1.
)'. Kuhalcwai, resigned.
Lieut. Waiau .leioine Keary, First
Lieutenant of tlie "King's Royal
Guard," vice J Imi. E. K. Lilikalani,
Lieut. Hiram Ivaaha, Second Lieu
tenant of (lie "King's Royal Guard,"
vice T.icnt. Feary prniimtcd.
lolani J'alaee, March 2, lS'Jl.
51 lit 7 It
Foreiirii Ollk-w otice.
Frank 1'. Hastings, Esq., has this
day been appointed Secretary of the
Department of Foreign Allah's, vice
Col. the llouoiahle Curtis 1'. I.iukea,
SAM 1' EL PAKKEH,
Minister of Foreign Allah's.
Foreign Ollice, Honolulu, March 2,
IS'.ll. 51 2t 9 It
Ftcdtd to neither Sect nor party,
H.-t established tor the benefit of ail.
MONDAY, MARCH 2, 18U1.
The Advertiser of this morning in
duljjes in a line piece of irony under
the heading of "'A Well-Merited
Compliment" to Mr. Jos. O. Carter.
It could hardly Ve drawn from the
Advertiser's rather premature atti
tude toward Her Majesty the Queen,
quite lately assumed, that Mr. Jos.
(). Carter was her "faithful adviser"
who was using his hest endeavor to
form a Cabinet for her, which would
represent the interests of both Queen
There is, however, no doubt that
the Advertiser's tardy endorsement
of Mr. Carter, as a man who would
have received the support of the
kingdom at large, is correct, but the
public fails to see why Mr. Carter
did not receive the endorsement of
the Advertiser and its political party
before he had ceased to be spoken of
as "the coming man."
Is it not rather queer that as soon
as Mr. Jos. (.). Carter is "out of the
fight," as it were, that he should re
ceive this unqualified endorsement
from the Advertiser?
It was not so quite lately. Mr.
Carter was called to form a Cabinet
by His late Majesty Kalakaua, and
as soon as it became known the live
liest opposition was raised to him by
the leaders of the R form party, dur
ing which the Advertiser kept per
t:3ntly and ominously silent. The
cut had not jumped at that time.
When the leaders of the Reform
party openly opposed Mr. Carler'9
having anything to do with minister
ial affairs, it was well known he
stood in determined opposition to the
bogus commercial treaty with the
United States, formulated under the
auspices of the Reform party; and
that he would remain an unswerving
friend to Hawaiian Independence
and the native people. Then he was
an eminently unlit man for a Cabinet
position and was forced to retire be
cause his conscience was not elastic
enough to heal the party disaffee
As to the statement that Mr. Car
ter was called upon to form a Cab
inet for Her Majesty the Queen, we
cannot quite believe it upon the Ad
vertiser's bare word. The veracity
of our morning contemporary has not
j et reached that unvarnished plane
of integrity which, without proof, is
able to transmute assertion into the
gold of truth.
There is no doubt, however, after
all is saiil, that Mr. Carter does
"possess full public confidence''' of
both natives and foieigners, but al
ways with the exception of the confi
dence of the Reform parly and the
Advertiser. Those who have kept
posteil on politics for tin- last year
are now cabling around to la'hoin, if
possible, thin i t t political move of
the Reform par y and its oigau.
Several coiiiiiiiitce Hiiii lulllicni i to
the 1 (iplolual ic me I CniiMilur Appl'u
pllilloli lidl ttiic Haired in lu the
I i. Il i Mali Ni hall' oil 1' i 1. 1 Hal S
t 1 ( ( Alnolij.' llohl a Mil llilii lid
i.i lil f. I l.i 1 1 i u .mall ( .i I 1 1 I I. Ii
i - i d by u v ,!! i i ii) l i . ,'
I I I. I. J, I ..II. I .OOl l.n. I' 1 1., it I'l..
of the stiongest arguments to in
fluence Senators in voting for the
unieiidiiient was a paragraph taken
from the commitee's report, which
appeared while the matter was pend
ing before the Senate. The para
graph in question was written by
Lieutenant Clover to show the rela
tionship between the ocean cable and
the Nicaragua Canal, and is as fol
The island of Bermuda occupies
in a naval point of view in the Atlan
tic somewhat the same position that
the Sandwich islands occupy in the
Pacific. Within the past month or
two a cable has been laid from Hali
fax to Bermuda by the aid of heavy
subsidies from the English Govern
ment, and another year will see this
line extended to naval strategic
points in the West Indies, which will
increase English naval power in that
section,- where naval control means
control of either the proposed Nicar
agua or Panama canaU or the ter
minus of the great Nimtli American
Railroad in case of war.
The Committee on Foreign Rela
tions quoted Mr. Blaine as follows:
"In the course of events telegraphic
communication throughout the Paci
fic oceau and with the shores of
America, Asia and Australia is in
dispensable and certain to coir.e. A
cable joining Hawaii and the Amer
ican continent, besides being the
shortest and least costly link in the
general chain, is by far the most im
portant from a political point of view,
ami 1 deem it of the highest conse
quence to the United States that it
be promptly constructed by American
effort and with the sanction of our
On the l'.tth of February the mat
ter came up in the House, and, per
haps, owing to the warm fight which
had taken place in the Senate be
tween Senators Vest, Cockrell and
Call in opposition to the Senate
amendment and Senator Edmunds in
favor thereof, "The House Commit
tee on Foreign Affairs decided to
recommend concurrence in till Senate
amendments to the Diplomatic and
Consular bill, except the Hawaiian
cable project. The House committee
lias already reported a separate bill
for the charter of that company with
a Government guarantee, which was
prepared with great care and caution,
and which is regarded as a more
practical proposition than that of the
It was believed, when the Senate
Amendment passed, that the amount
of subsidy set at "$250,000 annually
and limiting the time to fourteen
years," with the total amount of
subsidy put at .'5,000,000, that no
changes would be made in the bill
and that President Harrison was sure
to sign it, if passed. This belief
was strengthened by Senator Me
1'lierson moving on February 17th
to re-consider "the Hawaiian cable
amendment so he might move to
reduce the allowance from $200,000
to S 1.10,000." On motion of Senator
Edmunds, however, the motion was
tabled by a vote of 29 to 2o.
THE ROYAL MAUSOLEUM.
Correct List of Remains Thore Deposited--Also
;f Thuse Runiovcd to Kamcha
The following is a correct list of
those whose remains have been
placed in the Royal Mausoleum:
Their Majesties Kamehameha I.,
(His colliu), d. 1819; Kamehaineha
II., Liholiho, d. July 13, 1821; Ka
mehameha III., Kauikeaouli, d. Dec.
15,1854; Kamehumeha IV'., Alex
ander Liholiho, d. Nov. 00, 1803;
Kamehameha V., Lot Kamehameha
Kapuaivva, d. Dec. 11, 1872; Kala
kaua, David Laamea, d. Jan. 20,
Umi and Liloa (in one collin),
Kings of Hawaii and ancestors of the
Hawaiian chiefs. Their remains
were brought to Honolulu by Ka
mehameha IV. and placed in the
Royal Mausoleum by Kamehameha
Their Majesties Kaahumanu, of
Kamehameha L, d. June 5, 18.'12;
Kamamalu, of Kamehameha II., d.
July 8, 1824 ; Ilakaleleponi Kahuna,
of Kamehameha 8 1, d. Sept. 20,
1870; Emma Kaleleunaiani, of Ka
uiehamelia IV., d. April 25, 1885.
Their Royal Highnesses Keawe
awelauokalani, sou of Kamehaineha
HI., d. 18:17?; Kauikeaouli, Ilaku
o Hawaii, son of Ivanieh, nucha IV.,
d. Aug. 27, 18li2 ; David Kamelia
nieha. brother of Kamehameha IV.
and V., d. ; Moses Krkuaina,
brother of Kameliameha IV. and Y.,
d. 1848; W. P. Leleiohoku K-.ialiuo-
i leu a, brother of King Kalakaua, d.
Their Highnesses A lv.ihiniliele
I ma ii In ii a l'aki, la1 her of Mis. Itishup,
! d. June l.i, In.V ; W. P. L. leiole kii,
husband ef R. Ke. Ill olani, d l 18;
Ii lill Pitt K nan, soil of Leh ioliokn
I nn I KcrliUol.ini, d. n. pi, 9. s,Vj.
I eiusi i - i s.
( heir Ii S ill llitile s
dulllil. I of Kalni n tiiieha (.
n km, i. l. aim I. a I . and
li I n la . . .iii .ni l ! -i h .i.i
,1, )' I hall,, h.illll 1,1 .
I ....... . i. 1 I . I I
half sister of Kamehameha IV. and
V., d. May 21, 188,'!.
Bcrnice Pauahi Bishop, d. Oct. 1C,
Konia, mother of Mrs. Bishop, d.
Kaiminaauao, sister of King Kala
kaua, d. 1818.
Governor M. Kckuauaoa, father
of Kainehaiuclia IV. and V. and
Keelikoiani, d. Nov. 28, 18(18.
Keolaokalani, son of R. Keeliko
iani and Isaac Davis, d. l$(',.
Fanny Ivekclaokalani, mother of
Queen Emma, d. Sept. 4, 1880.
Grace Kamaikui, aunt of Queen
Emma, d. July, 1800.
Jane Laliilani, aunt of Queen
Emiii'i, d. 1801.
John Young Kaleipaihala, uncle of
Queen Emma, d. July 18, 1857.
Bennet Nan.akael.a, uncle of Queen
Emma, d. 18l5.
P. Y. Kekiiaokidaui Kaeo. cousin
of Queen KimiKi. d. Nov. 1880.
C. Kapaakea. father of King Kala
kaua, d. Nov. 1800.
Keuhokalole, mother of King Kala
Governess .ivekaulike, sister of
Queen Kapiolani, d. 1881.
Keliiahonni, son of Kekatilike, d.
Dr. '1'. C. B. Rooke, adoptive
father of Queen Emma, d. Nov. 28,
Robt. C. Wyllie, Milliliter of For
K AM E II AM EI I A VAULT.
The remains of those
meha vault are :
King Kamehameha IV,
King Kaiiieliaiceha V., L. K. Ka
puaiwa. Queen Kaahumanu.
" II. Kalatna.
" Emma Kaleleonalani.
" Kauikeaouli Ilaku o Ha
waii. " David Kamehaineha.
" Moses Kekuaiwa.
" V. K Kaahumanu.
W. P. Leleiohokil.
A. K. Paki.
" J. Pitt Kinau.
" P.. Pauahi Bishop.
41 K. Konia.
JOHN YOUNG'S FAMILY'.
John Yorxo married Kaoanaeha,
a daughter of Keliimaikai, brother
of Kamehamelia I., and had chil
Fan xt married G. orge Naea and
had children :
Ki'.halaia, died young;
Kakuaolani, died young;
Emma, married Alexander Liho
liho, Kamehauielia IV., and had
Kauikeaouli, dkd young.
Gii.u.K mat ned Dr. T. C. B. Rooke,
John Young married Alapai, n
issue; married (second) Namokue
lua, and had issue :
Robert Young, died abroad un
James Young, h.arried Hikoni and
had issue :
Robert Young, died young.
Jank Laiiii.aiii married Joshua
Kaeo, and had children :
Peter Young Kaeo, died unmar
Keliimaikai, ) .
Albert K. Kunuiakae, pwins
the first of whom died young; Ku
nuiakca married Mary l'oli, no issue.
George Naea was a brother of
Bennet NamaUaeha, who was the
first husband of Queen Kapiolani.
ON' Sunday afternoon, nn Uerctiinia
street between Fort and I'iikoi
streets ti Lady's Circular Wrap. Kinder
please return to II. F. Wiehinan and re
ceive reward. 61 It
m n rjOK sale cheap and on easy
FV'r''' terms Lot, 100x10. on
slope of Punchbowl. Apply to
A. .1. SCMKEIBEK."
Under the 'Arlington," Hotel street
SUL V Pl'lSVlSIIKI) Bouse, nil
.f?"',fttj ready for housekeeping.
fcSIi'iSs by a gcnlleinan and wife, no
children. Aho, accommodation for one
horse and buggy. Proper bonds will he
given for the return of everything in
ood oilier. Address -J. 1 M.," lu i..
i.ktin Ollice. 51 ill
rMIK annual meeting of tin- idock
1 holders of the luter-lsland Sieam
Navigation Co., (I.'d). will be held at
the ollice of Ihe Cmiipanv on Tl'ES
lAY. March :'.rd. al to o'clock a. m.
J as. L. McI.KaX,
4t (it Secretary.
ELKCTIOV of OFFICIOS.
'I Ml K regular annual meeting of stock
1 holders i,t ll.t- V,,,li' ,e .V lie
fl 'Igeriilhig ' l.il I he rli'i liiill ef nlli i rs
will he held il Hie nlllee lit ,1 , ,na i lia II
,ii -liu. nn I I c.M i. V . March bd, al ;l
o'clnek r, M. (i. p. I ' TI K.
1 Il .'-ei ir,, ii y,
Ml; .-ii-.. n p. i iiiiii.iiii of I'd. 1. 1,
l h .1, will Ii I I., i. -p.ni-ibli I ,'
I.ll v l I p, . , 0 I. -I b Ii' I i'l la
I,. I ,11 , I, I . . 1 I., , . .Ill, 1' .ill
i,, i.i, i in, , , i, I M i I '. I'n i ,i I
I .i . I , I I,, I kM II, II
A'jcuon Sales by James F. Kurgan.
Household Furniture !
On VV V;LEv V, March t,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At, the the residence of Mrs llohlen,
iiani Lane, iidjiiiiiim; the British Club,
I will sell at Public Auction,
I he Entire H&usfih'jid Furniture
i Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
(Colored Marbletop) ;
Eeadier Pillows, Mosquito Nets,
Painted Bedroom Sets.
Lace Curtains it Poles,
Mi ugiar i m mm,
Etc., Kie., Kte.
fr-ii" The above Furniture Is all new
and must he sold on account of depar
ture. IS at Anetlouei r.
AUCTION SALE OF
il AT I'l
On THITUSIJAY, March 5,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mrs. II. Rheinien
schneider, Punchbowl street, I will sell
at Public Aue loii a iiiantity of Elegant
Furniture, comprising in part:
1 RasuwoGd. Osir TeWo,
1 Handsome 15. W. ICtagere,
Large Japanese it Bronze Vases,
1 Elegant Koa t Kou Book Shelves,
Carved 11. V. Marbletop Table,
1 Carved B, W. Book Case,
Side Tables, Inlaid Vhscs,
1 Massive II. W. .sideboard,
Silver Plated Ware,
Vkiiii Heavy Minor Front,
A handsome col.eetion of
From Gerinimy & Switzerland;
Large I lustrated Editions of
Also, a fine collection of
Ferns & i-lonts.
tsfjf" The premises will he open for
inspection on Wednesday, March 4tli,
from it A. m. to 3 r. si.
J AS. F. MDIJGAN,
IX (it Aue ioneer.
L. J. Levey Lessee it Mannger.
W. II. Ilaniilton i-tage Dheetor.
Signor Mari ne,. . .Musical Uireetor.
THE NEW YOf K
Bijou Opera Co.
Miss Camille Mouri,
Miss Fanny Meyers,
Mis Henrietta Dreyer,
Aliss L. Cai inen,
Aliss Dora Eseotte,
Miss Ida Millie,
Miss Julia Simmons,
Mr. Robert Stniitiiii,
Mr. Edwin Turpi,
Mr. Sylvan Langbisl
Mr." W. il. Ilatniliou,
Air. G Cavanagh,
Mr. O. Den ne.
Air. F. Ch iinberlain,
Air. 11. FredricUs, and
OEt( IIS.K1 It A mid DIIOKIN.
FOR A SHORT REASON OEY. GRAND
SATURDAY, RJIarch 7h
When will be presented, for the first
time in Honolulu,
' Verdi's AV'orld-renowne.d Opera
Which will he followed by the following
l.lK'Hl I1 I .am IIDTJIIOOC,
J 'l'ii Dlavolo.
4" Doors open at 7::t0; overture at 8.
Royal llawaiiau Opera Hoase
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Dress Circle and I'lirquetle (re
served) 1 ;"( and $1 00
Front Kow llulcony (reserved) ....$1 00
Italcouv ,, 73
Seats fur the whole season can now he
seelll'eil at tlK ollli'e uf L. J. Levey Hill
for Hie opening night on Weduusday
illuming, .March lib, al U o'clock,
fittf Si'iicui. Xuth'k Tim iiiaiiiige.
enl b v, iniirb .i asiire in iiilm niinj;
I lit' pillions Unit ,'iir.iiigiineiils bave been
iiiade whli 1 1 ii- Tramway In, to liuvu
I a, s n il,!)' al Ilie eloe of each n Tlul m
lin e I n I iil i inn . Nuiiaiiu alliy mid
U,,iMklii iviig i-iici I. I'm liet wi.di
il,. In li ln. ll li.iiue In l,j Inn, In of coli-
v.v.uir can "iiU do o hy I'lm uiiim
I n K. I- I,, ,in I , ,1. I i v y. i
Mr. I M;K'n
HIS i . i . , .in ,.i, e ill S'.i, 1.1a nil
-i , 1 1 1 n I in .i i ' ),' ne i i, il,, i i .
II .1 i l,i 1 1 4 n , , i i i c M "II
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J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
K. MORE. : :
Office & Works,
SliVNtTl.-ACT'lJ Jt injM OK
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Kugur Cars,
Cane Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Eurimce Fittings,
Wrought & Cast, Iron Work for House lioilders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, liar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
Ksil" Agi'iitN IlaivaiiAii iHlaudK Inr I lie
PSL1G?J YJXTBR WHEEL I
jCT" Kepairs of all kinds of Machinery done at reasonable rates and
at short notice. 6 tf
Shipping I Commission Merchants
PJjANTATION & INNlTItANCK ACii.NTH,
Guilders and General Hardware, AArlcnitural Implements,
I'lANTATJON t-t' JAjLI i
Caqienters', Blacksmiths', Miichinists' &. numbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Slab's Steam Pamps, Weston's Ceatrlfutais,
i!r. h)w 4 Sons Ffffiii? Mkm
J. L. MEYKR,
House and Decorative Painter.
130 I'"o? -i sj .. - . I T o?rolit!it.
dee-241 (Oiiposite ( luh Stables). 1890
It has paid its members since its organization TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY MILLIONS OF DOL' ARS.
Its New Distrihution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
JKaJ- For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Aeent for the Hawaiian Islands.
X 1 i IjvJ.
LINOLEUM, CARI'KT & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
CKIIOLM & COAL TARS, r-ii.;'''. .'; WELSH STEAM COAL,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL, S f' l' CEMENT, LIME,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS, -' ' FIRE CLAY,
SHEET LEAD, -t - V FIRE BRICK,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES, f-s . RED BRICK, ETC.
KtMOH. no Oil-" ALOHA." S t'luill CitU im & ( Jvnlvc b.
COTCH, DUY GOODS! FRENCH"
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cuilery, Crockery k Glassware,
FEHTIl IZt-F!S: ililcm.til' ii-. h. d rnuviau liiiunii, (ilil. tiduii'i. pi t ,d rune M-.tuti w,
LONDON fJUtPLI-1 r.ih'i iii.d ih -n r .. i .u..n m.ker Wiuiu., tu.
bCHUQ f XTEf' MiNAl OK: I'. n ..xi... ,.,. vV , ,,ii,.,
BAQii- Miwr, litie, I'.eldy, 1 '.-id, vv . f , I WH CAVAi, NAVY OAKUM,
fll.TtM f'lltH i'-UUI MS A 0A(iM I ini i u ii. ' I . I in i imp i even.. ni in 1111 i ei l.il it iid Oil 111 1).
IJ.ihiM.Wiil l'iM, ii 1 riM. il (MM, it nn' Win, riH lining, 1 : 1 t , rin
: : Manaokh.
ill LIFE INSURANCE GO. OF NEW YORK.
.mviweaiiirir. viff:. Jii wmfrawiiw.; ... -t-r-r tr nrrw fflrh.
V 1.11,0 (X KjKJ.i
HAIAIIAI IIS !
And see their Souvenir of Hawaiian
Islands, a collection of
FIFTY-SIX OF THE
Mostlnttresting Hawaiian Views
His hile .Majesty and Queen Kupio-
l. ni, Calace,
Residence of I'riiicess Kulh,
liiiyal Hawaiian Hotel,
l'alm Uroves, tocoiinut Groves,
Volcano. Volcano Mouse.
Hula Dancers, Harbor,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
fiyjr Just the tiling to rend abroad.
pmcE $l EACH.
Ro$icomb White Laghorns,
White-laced Black Spani h,
hied fowls for sale.
ALSO, KOU SALETIIOKOUOIUIKKD
Berkshire & Poland-CMna Pigs.
I t3J- lHiuire of
C. W. MACFARLANE.
B II 26 't&ttTELEPHONESg- Mutual 603
Per Bark "CHARLOTTE, " a number of
From the eelehrated factory of
C. BECHSTEIN, London & Berlin;
Kow ready for inspection.
l'OIl sale uy
11. HAGKFELD & CO ,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Gruiskeen Lawn !
A KHKSH LOT OK THIS
In Stone Jars and Glass;
Just received and for sale, in bond or
duty paid, hy
CONSALVSS & CO.
37 1 in
of Policy !
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RURHER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LV ER WARE. STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
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