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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, January 04, 1895, Image 9

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The Friend foary is out.
The advertiHest of letters ap
. pears in this iesi
A Cook's exc?on party is ex
pected on the
The Governr schools will re
open on next
Six residenfook the oath of
allegiance on tjast day of 1894.
Arthur Rofa the attorney,
left for San Frisco in the China.
Mr. W. N. istrong will leave
-for the Coast be next Australia.
British CofissionerHawes has
a notice to subjects in this
CaBtle it ote recommend the
iiBe of enampaint for zinc-lined
The laststralia brought '56
bags of m1 10,898 letters and
10,097 papf
Get a Hc'b SarBaparilla calen
dar at thoUister Drug Com
pany's sto-
W. N. mstrong has not re
signed aiPairman f the Labor
Theo. Lansing and Mannie
Phillips i interested in the
firm of plips & C-
The ierican bark John D.
Brewer -11 leave New York for
Honolrin May 15th.
Execve Officer Eeynolds, of
the He1 Board, will soon leave
for a bness tour of the Island.
j0Be Silva and Mrs. "Welch,,
widof the late James Welch,
Were jrried on New Year's Etc
BeAnia street is to be widened
5n a,rdance with a petition re
centpreeented to Minister King.
A'er's petroleum emulsion is
saicP be an excellent remedy.
.Fori0 by the Hobron Drug Corn
par j Russell, of Waianae, is think
injbout starting a vaccine farm,
topply the Board of Health with
he house of Castle & Cooke is
arporation now. J. B. Atherton,
; president, will still look after
The Kaumakapili church begins
e year without a floating debt,
lie Hawaiian Board assisted the
' For the past few month b the
members of the local Salvation
Army have disposed of 500 copies
of each issue.
The Hobron Drug Company,
acents for Hood's earsanarilla.
have issued handsome calendars
for the new year.
An exequatur has been issued to
Ellis Mills as Secretary of the
Legation and Consul-General of
the United States.
China has formally recognized
the Republic of Hawaii, the last
steamer having brought that im
portant document.
The next consignment of Japan
ese laborers comes through Ogura
& Co. instead of C. Brewer & Co.,
as previously stated.
The creditors of the bankrupt
estate of J. A. AiionEo, ot Honokaa,
will present their claims this morn
ing in the Circuit Court.
The total number of deaths re
ported for the month of December
was seventy-five. This number in
eludes forty-three Hawaiians.
Mrs. Charles Trowbridge, wife
of the Olaa planter, recently re
joined her husband. Her last
home was Vera Cruz, Mexico.
McCandless Brothers are boring
for water at the well at the Gov'
ernment's new pumping station at
.tSeretania and Alapai streets.
Experts are of the opinion that
the volcano will soon break out in
another portion of the great crater.
Peter Lee is of the same opinion.
The following is the libt of offi
cers for Castle & Cooke, Limited :
J. B. Atherton, president; E. D.
Tenney, secretary ; "W. A. Bowen,
The bark Annie Johnson recentlv
arrived at Hilo with a number of
passengers. Captain Matson treat
ed them eo well that they presented
him with a written testimonial.
Mr. John Bush left on the steam
er James Makee to assume the du
ties of principal of the Kilauea
Government School, Kauai. Mr.
B ush will also act as postmaster at
the same place.
The Hobron Drug Gompany will
furnish each purchaser of their
Aloha tooth powder a lithographic
map of the Hawaiian group. It is
a handsome little souvenir and one
that should be sent to friends.
The interest on the bonded in
d ebtedness of the Volcano House
Company was paid by Treasurer
E . C. Macfarlane yesterday. This
corp oration is on a firm footing
now and will soon commence to
pay dividends.
Minister Hatch Leaves by the Next
Has So Particular Mission Except
the General Welfare of Hawaii
Many Thing! He May Bo, bat Be
Eayi There's Nothing Definite.
F. M. Hateh, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, leaves tomorrow for San
Francisco on the Australia.
Mr. Hatch Bays that he does not
go as a special envoy of this coun
try, but simply to learn the situa
tion of Hawaiian affairs in the
present Congress.
He does not anticipate going to
Arriving at San Francisco he
will place himself in communica
tion with Minister ThurBton.
Mr. Hatch, on being question as
to his mission last evening, said :
"There is nothing secret connected
with my going. I simply wish to
get in telegraphic communication
with our representative at Wash
ington. The mailB are very slow
and unsatisfactory, and I shall en
deavor, by talking with Mr. Thurs-
.ton over the wire, to get the full
situation, and keep the Govern
ment' in closer touch with our in
terests at Washington. I have no
particular mission to perform."
The length of Mr. Hatch's stay
in the States is an unknown quan
tity. He is his own master and
will conduct his coming and going
as he considers for the best inter
est of the Republic.
It will not be a matter of sur
prise if Mr. Hatch does a little
missionary work among the viti
culturalists of California, though
so far as known no instructions in
the matter have been given him
by the Government.
From a semi-official source it
was learned that Mr. Hatch would
place the question of annexation
before President Cleveland and
CongreSH, giving them an oppor
tunity to place themselves on rec
ord either for or against. Should
they decide against, the Repub
lican party would have most ex
cellent campaign material with
which to go before the people in
1896. ThiB move, however, will
undoubtedly be decided upon later
in the game.
The Eighth Volume Commences
With the Current Number.
The current number of the
Paradise of the Pacific commences
the eighth volume of this well
known monthly journal. It is a
good number, and is fully up to
the standard established by the
present publishers. Four pretty
half-tone pictures are distinctive
features. They are: A new view
of Diamond Head, portraits of Hula
Dancers, the Masonic Temple,, and
an excellent re-productioh of the
Bishop Museum.
The text matter offers a wide
variety of reading, and is of a very
interesting nature. An article that
will be read with much local in
terest is a history of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M. It was
written by a prominent Mason,
and contains a great deal of infor
mation that has not been published
Installation of Officers.
At a meeting held last month
the George de Long Post, G. A. R.,
elected officers. At a meeting last
evening they were installed as fol
lows : '
J. N. Wright, P. C.
L. Adler, S. V. C.
P. Sherman, G. V. C.
R. J. Greene, Quartermaster.
W. McCandless, O. D.
W. Williams, O. G.
Dr. N. p. Emerson, Surgeon.
Ti. L. La Pierre, Chaplain.
W. L. Eaton, Adjutant.
N. Conkling, Sergeant
Dr. J. S. McGrew, Lieutenant-Major.
The Bollinger Burglary.
The preliminary examination of
George Summers and Charles
Mitchell, charged with burglariz
ing Hollinger's shop in October,
1893, was not concluded yesterday
in the District Court, and will go
on again thiB morning. Captain
Larsen succeeded in securing some
damaging .evidence against the
Quarantine Matters.
The Japanese immigrants that
arrived yesterday will be kept at
the quarantine Btation until tomor
row afternoon. In the meantime
their effects will be thoroughly
fumigated. The China's steerage
passengere will be allowed their
freedom on Monday.
That Outbreak Among the Natives
Last Night.
Police Force Keeps Hot on the Trail
and Breaks up Gatherings
" Four Arrests.
The spoils-seeking individuals
who have been abetting the natives
to an insurrection came nearer re
alizing from their wdrk last night
than ever before.
Rumors have been rife since New
Years. At that time the natives
were warned by the agitators to
keep away from the saloons, and
the hour appointed for action after
the usual custom. New Year fes
tivities, however, were too much for
the happy natures of the natives
and saki drowned all thoughts of
an uprising.
At an early hour last evening an
unusual number of natives were
noticed coming in from the outly
ing districts. There was a marked
absence from the saloons.
At the Empire which iBone of
the most popular resorts hardly a
native was to be seen after 10
Reports were constantly coming
in from the police of bands of men
congregating in small knots of five
or six about the city.
At 10:30 Captain Parker, who
had been with a scouting party in
the vicinity of Kakaako, sent faux
natives to the police station, under
the care of the mounted officers.
These men were found hiding
near the old kerosene warehouse.
Nearly all of them live in the Pa
lama district. The excuse offered
for being so far from home was that
they were going fishing. One of
the number is David Kahaleaahu,
an ex-policeman.
When it became known that the
police were out in force there was a
general scattering, though natives
in squads of three and four were
seen walking about the streets till
a late hour thiB morning.
The squads stationed about the
city anticipated being supplied
with arms from the Waimanalo.
New School to Be Established at
Work that Inspector-General Atkinson
is Dolnc Principal at
The fate of the candidates for
Bchool teachers on Hawaii has
been decided. The Board has com
pleted the examination of papers,
and has issued certiGcates to those
obtaining the requisite rank.
In the districts of North and
South Kona examinations were held
November 2d and 3d. Certificates
for one year were issued to MisB
Florence Scett, T. K. R. Amalu,
Moses Makuakane and Mrs. S. E.
Sunter. Miss Marion de Carmo
and Harry Ifills, of the district of
Kau, have been granted second
class certificates. In the district
of Hilo first class certificates have
been granted to Ceril O. Smith,
Miss Belle Weight and Miss Grace
Porter ; second class to Leon Mal
tere, Virginia Garvalho, H. E. Wil
son; and third class to Michael
The Teachers' Committee has
appointed Mr. Harry T. Mills prin
cipal of the Napeopoo school, South
Kona, with Mrs. Mills as assistant.
Mr. D. A. Buck has been appointed
assistant at Hauula.
Inspector-General Atkinson made
a trip to Ewa yesterday to look
over the ground for the estab
lishment of a school. There
'are about seventy-five children in
this district without proper school
facilities. It is probable that the
new school will be started within
two weeks of the opening of the
public pchools of the country.
Through the kindness of J. B.
Atherton, Esq., the use of the Jap
anese church has been tendered
the Board until a suitable Bchool
buildine can be erected.
A Well Known Native Claims a
Piece of Property.
The street connecting Palace
Walk with Beretania street will be
built by the Government. This
was decided yesterday by a jury
called for the purpose of consider
ing the advisability of doing so.
The land through which the street
will run is all claimed by the Gov
ernment. The jury discovered yes
terday that Junius Kaae and his
wife claimed a piece. They stated
that it was given to them by the
late King Kalakaua. They started
to build a fence about the disputed
land yesterday and threatened to
have the members of the jury ar
rested for trespass if they appeared
on their alleged property. It is
expected that a suit for ejectment
will settle the master in favor of
the Government.
The new street will be about 40
feet wide when completed.
Two Guards Dismissed by Jailor
Low for Neglecting Duty.
There was a general shaking up
at the Oahu jail yesterday morning,
resulting in the resignation of Dep
uty Jailor, Lawrence and tbe dis
missal of two guardB. The latter
were let out for indulging in too
much liquor. They are both na
tives. They have not attended to
their duties in a proper manner.
Their places will be taken by James
Delaney and G. Guinn, both white
William Kamana will have Law
rence's place. He has been cap
tain of the watch Bince Jailor Low's
incumbency. He is a faithful man,
and Mr. Low is to be congratulated
for having Buch an efficient deputy.
Kamana thoroughly understands
the duties of the position. He is
! a native, and will be valuable on
that account, as all letters must be
inspected by the jailor or his dep
uty. Mr. Lawrence did .not under
stand the native language, so this
line of duty was turned over to a
third person. J. Tague, a luna,
was also dismissed from the pay
vro Chapters or q.cEv 'jl.il.
Boston Evening Record.
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not cover, but heals and cures blemishes of the skin. Makes the
tissues firm and builds up the worn-out muscle fibers, and makes
them plump. Lowest in'priceiand best in value. 75 ceuts large pot.
It! of Freckles, Blackheads, Flesh Worms, Sunburn, Sallowness, and
Moth Patches. Quick in action and permanent in effects. Pkick $1.
Mas. Habeison's Face Powder Pnre adhesive and positively invisible.
Three shades white, flesh, biunette. Will not clog the pores, staya on all day.
Pkice 50 CENTS.
Mbs. Harbison's Hair Vigor. Stops Falling Hair in one or two applications.
Prevents Gray Hair and causes rich and luxuriant growth .of Hair to grow on bald
beads. Cases of years standing specially invited to a trial. Price $1.
Mbs. Harrison's Hair Kestoreb. Only four to ten days required to restore
hair to its natural color. Is not a dye or bleach. No sediment or stickiness. Color
is permanent when once your bair is restored to its hatEral shade. Hair becomes
glossy and clean. Price $1.
Mbs. Harrison's Frizz. For keepinfcthe hair in curls a week at a time ; not
sticky; don't leaye a white depositee tliehair. Price 60 cents.
MRS. NETTIE HARRT80N, Americas Beauty Doctor.
26 Geary Street, Smn Francisco, Cal.
JpgTFor sale by HOLLlHTER DRUG COMPANY 523 Fori Street, Honolulu.
2flT"Any lady call at Holiister Dnijt Company will be given a Lady's Journal
containing a Beauty Lecture written by Mrs. Nettie Harrison.
Department op Finance, )
Honolulu, H. I., December 19, 1894 .f
Under Article 35, Section 1 of the Con
stitution, it is required that each mem
ber of the Cabinet shall make an annual
report of the transactions within hia de
partment, during the year ending
December 31.
The Minister of Finance takes this
occasion to request -all those having
claims of a monetary nature, to present
them to this office, through the proper
Departments not later than the tenth
day of January next, after which date the
books will be dosed.
All persons having moneys oa account
of tbe Government are requested to make
their returns promptly, in order that
there may be no delay in closing the
accounts for the year ending December
3iet, 1894.
Minister of Finance.
3872-9t 1613-4t
The following named gentlemen have
this day been appointed Agents to Grant
Marriage Licenses viz.:
E. Strehz, District of Koloa, Island of
H. K. Anahu, District of Hanalei,
Island of Kauai.
Moses Naknaau, District of Koolauloa,
Island of Oahu.
James K. Saunders, District of Hana,
Island of Maui.
Jas. K. Nakila, District of Hana,
Island of Maui
Chas. Lake, District of Hana, Island
of Maui.
W.K. Molale, District ofN.Kohala,
Island of Hawaii.
Tj. E. Swain, District of N. Hilo, Island
of Hawaii.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December 21st, 1894.
Sale of Lease of the Remnants of
the Government Lands Lying
between Alaenni and Fna-.r-
haoa, in the Districts o$& i
On Wednesday, January 16th, 1895,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of the Executive Building, will be sold
at Public Auction, the lease of the rem
nants lying between Alaenui andPnu-
haoa in Kipahulu and Hana, Island of
Maui, containing an area of 1500 acres,
a little more or less.
Term, : Lease for twenty years.
Upset price $150.00 per annum payable
semi-annually in advance.
This lease is sold upon the condition
that no cutting of timber or pasturing
Bhall be allowed on the said remnants.
The Government reserves the right to
take possession of such portions of the
above lands as may be required from
time to time for Agricutural purposes,
allowing a reduction in the rental in
accordance with the proportion of the
land so taken.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 11, 1894.
Sale of Government Zof at Kan-
namano, Bamakua, Hawaii.
On MONDAY, January 7th, 1S95, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of tbe
Executive Building, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction, a tract of Government Land
situate at Kaunamano, Hamakua, Ha
waii, containing an area of 59 acres, a
little more or less.
This tract is suitable for cultivation of
Cane, Coffee and other agricultural
Upset price $300.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. December 3, 1894.
Ctsmoaj ismed before July 44k,
are hereby revoked.
J., A. KING,
Mrakier ot tbe Iatackr.
Interior Office, Deember WH.
Notice to Taxpayers.
G. H. DUNN hm tkk day
appointed Deputy Assessor aed CoHariotv
for the District of TiafawM, IsImmL et
Maui, vice David Taylor, reo&MtL
Assessor Secomi Divisie.
S. M. Damon,
Minister of Fiaasce.
Sealed Tenders.
Will be received at the eSee oftfee
Minister ot the Intense till 12 ; o'oleek.
noon on "WEDNESDAY, Jaaaar attk
1895, for the construction ot a Sefeee
House at Holnaloa, N. Kona, Hawaii.
Plans and specifications caa be seat
at the office of the Supcrxate3e2t of
Public "Works.
The Minister does not biad himseX
to accept the lowestor any bid.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, January 3rd, ISM.
C. P. KANAKANTJI, Esq. has tkk cky
been appointed a member of the Botd.
Board for the Taxation District ot Eire
and "Waianae, Island of Oahu.
The Board now consists of:
J. T. Campbell, Chairman;
H. D. Johnson,
C. P. KanakanuL
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December 18, 1S04.
British subjects residing in tbe Ha
waiian Islands are requested to
register themselves at Her Britaasie
Majesty's Consulate-General, Hono
lulu. They will be required to pro
dace their certificate of birth or
other satisfactory rjroof of their right
to the nationality they claim,, sad
farther to make a solemn declaration
that they have not at any time re
nonnced their nationality. British
subjects not residing in Honolala
should apply to H. B. M. Commis
sioner and Consul-General for the
forms of registration which they will
be required to sign.
(Signed) A. G. S. HAWES,
H. B. M. Commissioner asd
Consul General.
Honolulu. Jannaiy 3. 1895.
3SS3tf 1616-lt
Corporation Notice
X i that Castle & Cooke, Limited, a
corporation, has b- n organized uader
the laws of tbe Republic of Hawaii as a
joint st k Company of limited liability
icr tbe pur; e of carrying on all the
merchandise and agency business here
tofore cai.iwl on by Casile &. Cooke,
which business has been acquired by
said Company. At a merting held Dec
ember 2Sth. 1S91, the Articles of Ase
ciation were signed and adopted and the
following officers were elected:
J. B. Atherton.
H. D. Tenney ..
"W. A. Bowen.
, . .Treasurer
K. "W. T. PURVIS, Esq. has this day
been appointed a Notary Public for the
Fifth Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December 26th, 1894.
16153t . '
Mb. A. J. WILSON has this day been
appointed a member of the Boad Board
for the Taxation District of South
Kona, Island of Hawaii.
The Board now consists of
Aug. Gramberg, Chairman ;
S. Lazaro,
A. J. "Wilson.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December 22, 1894.
G. P. WILDER, Esq. has this day
been appointed a member of the Boad.
Board for the Taxation District of Wai
luku, Island of Maui, vice C. M. Walton,
The Board now consists of:
O. B. Wells, Chairman;
M. P. Waiwaiole,
G. P. Wilder.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December; 18, i894.
16i3-3t -
All Licenses to perform the K arriag
Secretary Catle & Cooke, Limited.
3iS3 1616-lw
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hotels, butchers and dealers in allkjads
of perishable articles of food caa aaw
fitted small installation Tmr-hinm
thoroughly effective, making their asm
ice at the same time as providing cold
storage. No previous knowledge aoooc
sary. Any man or woaian caa ran the
machine. Hall's Patent Brise "Walk,
(portable) maybe used in cold storage
chamber. See illustrated catalogse.
Agent, Alakea street.
P. S. By the above named process;
one to twenty tons of ice per day can be
turned out at comparatively small ces t
aboot 200 acres ia Seat
Kont, within one hoar's ride frora tbe
landing at Kealakekua Bay; the large
portion of this is fine eoffe iund, akeat
140 acres can be plowed. An nnfailkNf
spring and running streass oa the laM.
Twenty-five acres already cleared aad
about two acres now Ranted in coBbe;
considerable nu mber of f roi t taees oa jarni.
which in nearly all sarrooBded by geed
stone walls and wirefeocing. Pastaio af
ten acres and two booees.o&e oaread wMb
house lot awl tw den. Over sixty bead
of cattln of wbieh aboat thirty ae iae
milking ftock of good uedigtee. Saw!
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AaTTitie peifeet ' Thi? k a iae f
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