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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 1, 1889.
THE LIME KILN CLUB. Important Commuiilciil Ion oa l'ron Trail. Tli InUy Sou of tli Y;ilnili. Tlirt woit'tary nimouut.-t.-tl the fallowing comniuiii-ntIn: Cli.MU.OTTnTOW.V, r. 1Z. L DnuM-r ( !an'nT: My iinrn.' is I'ojj-Ey, and I Iil on k- con Cnos lis city, whu h li.'is tweri known for oUt fifty years by unsavoury natno of de Hop. I was ivuliii' in de List uilishcil re Iort ol !' Lime Kiln club lat ole Nut de Coursey's njli-;ition for iiR-inlx-rsliij) wjls not rToill, k:t-o In' wius too far alm de high way ob lif. When I r-al tlat n-jtort to ole Nat ln j'ist saM: "H'ul, I'm? lnor'n 4." and nr t eligible, and as do iresk-nt hasuskctl me to locktur on d dark uigi'S or any ud l r subject in which I am in dn dark, I niut di-clim; for obvious reasons. Now, Top, yusc a younger man, ob bi illinnt iarts, and I'll ban' d un dcrtakin' ol r to you." Now, I'.iu ld r Uaid ner, wid dis ycr intcrdiiohon, I'm otx-n for an engagement to l.-ektur, and if I'm to be piben de choice of subj-cks, I diall seleckt political economy or fre trade, versus ir tckshun, for dat is de subjeck w hih lean (blatc iiikiii will do most logical jH ij.iruity and le givutfst c-lokeiK'e. I bab a recor.l down bcah by ik; wa on dat inot lib l' sub jock dat would turn any Tammany hall touter'u libed g!-cn wid jt-alousy. On de gn-at o'casbun ob de contest ob five trade versus j rtccksliun in dis ycr colony do I-Yeo Trade club, aware obthe natural niiini tions ob my genius, cli'-d an gre'inent wid ino as l.-adah to enlist de support obde b- elei s ob do l5og end ob Ward 1" at de polU. Wht-n do sinew.s ob war for de campaign was fur tiibed I biietl do upper story b de ole tan nery, laid in a hull In ewin' ob bri-liton amber ale, five jmils of white eye, live bar'ls co'n mcal, six bar'ls clams, half ton sieabed eels and six th-zen snan-d rabbit-., and den de pended upon my elok-iic) to do de re-s. When de groceries as laid away and a tin dippab purchased, I je receded to interest de culiud citizens in dt great iu-:-t ions ob tie day. Do fust man I ne t on de street was 1'Jat. and I scz: '"Ileah. ou Flat, what you loalm' roun' for? Dey's goin' to be 'leet ion fouii, and we's go'n' to suport flee trade; dat means free lunch for free weeks. Flat, you heabe and toss 30'se'f roun' de highways and byways.de avenues and main streets ob dis yc r lg and bring in de free and independent electors into dis yer tannery, ami dan' you forget llalpii Happy, Dave Fiosty and Enterprise I'.rown, Ue ino-t -xierienceil repeaters in de ward. When dey had assembled dero was no less for dat tin dippah till 1 called do meet in' to order by annouuein1 dat dis was do free lunch, free sample, and conveniently do free trade jnrty. As do leadah ob dis band ob patriots, I ask you to lay aside all yoah ior eonul and domestic attains for tie next t'reo weeks, and gib your attenshunto do great questions ob le day. When, Lrudder (Jard ner, I 'jvaled in di3 most touch in' and pathetic terms to dat aujieneo and touched do most tender cord ob deir feelin's, I ask, was dero a dry float in dat meeting Echo answers, was dere? Den when I reached do climacks and sod, "Shi k or swim, lib or die!" and soforth and Kofort li, ilat meetin' was in de most happy state ob unanimity and fellow feel in' known in de annals ob olitieal campaigns. In con clusion I sod i "Fellow bog trotters, I will now gib you do intei pretashun of do differ ence 'tween frco trade and jierteckshun, and I will do dat by two illstrnshuns w hich am de most familiar to you. Do fust am dat widout free trade dere is no free lunch; con sequently, free trade am de cause ami free lunch am do effeckt. Do udder ilJstrashun am from do barn doah fowl ami de incuba tor. Free trade is like do lien dat i sot and brings out her chickens in do nateral way; dey grows up; do llesli am firm and tie flavor sweet when it am cooked. Deni chickens am bro't up under de maxim dat "Moses' mudder am debesnussfer Moses." Dey goes to de roost and when ir do mornin' do owner ob 'em gets up dey ain't dere. It am fust-class fer do con sumer, but I, am a mighty jmali slimv fer do producer. On do udder ban' l'ertecksbun am like do incubator. Do c hickens am forced and brought out ii do wrong time of do yeah, do flesh am soft and do taste poah when cooked. De business am fust-class fordo prcxluoer, but it's a mighty poah show fer do consumer. De argyments all frew was so conclusive dat elery one ob dat patriot band followed me to do polls on 'lection day. Rut as we wus e!out to eseercise de privilege of free and in deindeiit electors a heeler from tho I'crtock Khun side asked mo a conundrum. "U'edder is it lest to survey do pas' or to take a jer Fpecktive view of de matteri" I sez dat de pends upon de prospeck. "Well," sez be, "if you vote fer our candidate we'll set up de pins fer de next free wee ks and frow in a bar'l ob pickled pigs feet to restore de equili brium at de eand ob do show." We decided in do prospective and rose to de dignity of dis interested patriots willin' to please de in terests ob de state above do intt rests of party and unloose do grasp ob do foreign manufac turer from do froat ob do country. Now, Drudder Gardner, I'm willin' to ac cept liberal terms to locktur aforo do Lime ICdn club, wid de proviso dat I'm lowed de free use ob de onion bin in caso dero is a re lapse ob de chillblains, caused by crossin' do straits in olo Kullyluyah's ice boat. l'OP-EVE. The communication was referred to the committee on agriculture, with power to send for persons and papers. A NEW DRANCIt. The following was then read: Tehre Haute. I.vd. Brother Gardner, President Limo Kilu Club: We most resjKctfnlly petition tho illus trious, -distingtnuocI and honorable supreme lodgo of noble patriarchs over which you have tho exalted honor to preside as a reign ing prince in Paradise hall, and guardian of tho philosophies and destinies of the American citizens of African descent, that you grant us a charter to locate a branch here, on the raging Wabash, so we can le a part and parcel of this &;iblinic organization. Our claim U based on tho follow ing facts: We are "mascots," post-ess the cabalistic nmn !er of twenty-one ages same ami have that amount of "trade dollars," "filled halves" und "punched nickels" in the "treasury." Our characters can bo vouched for by thf circuit judge, "prosecuting attorney," mayor and the chk f of police. We have exjerts iu nil the sciences, adepts in tho games, cham pion banjo J ickcrs, heel and toe artists, chin scrapers, bi.-ycle riders and base baliists. Our chief innocent amusement, craps; have gxl hall in "Happy Alley," rink in "Happy Hol low." Wo ourselves aro allways fui mid happy. The name we havo selected for iir.r iort.1 ization is: "Tho Rrothcrhood of Dusl y JSous of the U'i ' - . h." Tho committee exb-nd in vitation t Rrother Gardner to vbat tho "Prairie C. v" and inflict upon us a lecture on tho conundrum: "How 1. Make a Good Living Without nard Wt..." Respectfully, . "I mus' admit dat I favor do tono of dis communicashun," replied the president as tho secretary passed it to 1 im. "Rrudde Giveadam Jones am now iu Indianapolis to tablish a branch to Ik? known as "De High . Chickens," an' he will be ttlcgrafed sodatie may drop down to Terry Haughty an' i l vestigate an1 report ou dis petishun. If 1 i report ar favorable u branch will bo estab lished dee. HAWAIIAN FOREIGN OFFICE LIST. M. R., Minister Resident; C. d'A., Chare d'Affairs; D. A., Diplomatic Agent; Com., ( oimiiissioner; C. G., Consul General; A., Commercial Agent; , C, Consul; A. C, Acting Consul; V. C, Vice Consul. Foreign Legations and Consulates in the Hawaiian Kingdom. CcVNT3V. lN'tTKI NtATKH, GhKAT IbilTAIN, PoUTLOAL, Name. Rank. Date ok ExttvUA tub ok Commission. Jatan, FliANCK, His Fxcellency Geo. W. Merrill,! M. R. vlajor Jarij-8 H. Wodehonse, ,Com., C G. SeiiLor A. de bouza Cauavarro, bm., C. ! i .Mr. Taro Ando, ,I. A., C. G. Toitchi Takaaocii 1 Attaches. S. Ran, F. Tanno, s. Hayakawa, . M. (. G. Rosseront d'Anglade, Com. C. M. Leon Rellaguet. Chan. Jane 12, 18S;. Jane L1, l.-QI. !C, Sept. .", 1882. Jan. 12, 18H.'. Feb. LT, 18n;. j March 10, lS. (April 4, InSS. !Aug. 21. 1.. jDec. 2, 1N?. !Jan. 10, WJ. IMarch 10, List of Foreign Consuls Resident in the Hawaiian Kingdom. CoCNTItY. Name. Rank. Fnitku States, J. II. Putnam, A Sujr.stlon of Possible Ve. A young 1 idy in an eastern city, who was reared in luxury, bus whoso circumstances were sadly changed by the bankrupt y and death of hr father, has been making a liv ing of late l.y doing mondin in various families of her acquaint m-e. Like many Other girl vustorued to idleness and wealth Kahului, Maui, abukona, II., Hilo, Hawaii, Italy, F. P. Hastings, A. W. ICichardaon, A. F. liopke, O. L. Wight, C. Furceanx, F. A. bchaefer. A. J. Cartwright, J. H. Paty, 11. F. Glade, C. Alee, (ioo Kim, Swi :dkn A Noiiway, H. W.Schmidt, Mexico, R. W. Laine, Pfuit, Nktheki,anis. A L'STUo-ilUNUAUY, China, Denmark, Hi loicm, Gekman L'MriKE, Spain, Russia, GjiKAr Rkitaiv, II. R. Macfarlane, ;I. F. Hackfeld, III. F. Glade, li. W. Laine, J. F. Hackfeld, ,1'. R. Walker, C. G. V. & Dep. C. Con. Clerk, Con. Agent, Con. Agent, Con. Agent, C. (Dean of ! Con. Corps C. C. ;C. Com. Agent, I Asst. C. A. C. 'c. iv. c. Actg. T. C v. c. Date oe PZxEcit'ATUB. C July 10, 188.". Oct. 2.J. l-. G. I April 20, 1-sij. 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Francis Hoffnnng, Manloy Hopkins, Harold Janion, Mark Whitwell, W. Morau, E. Biesterfoldt, W. S. Rroad, Rank. Date of Commission. Feb. 9, 18S3. 'July 21, 1S7.". En. Ex. and Min. Plen. C. G. C. G. for Pacific: June 2U, 1885. States & lerr. C. C Liverpool, Bristol, Hull, Newcastle on Tyne, Falmouth, Dover and the'. W. Prescott, Cinque I'orts, Card i If it Swan sea, Edinburgh and Leith, Glasgow, Dunuoe, Dublin, tiieenstown, Cork, Relfast, Canada. Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Rockville, Out., Hamilton, Out., Kingstown, Ont., Riiuouski, Oj., St. John's, N. R. Halifax, N. S., Varmouth, N. S., Victoria, li. C, Vancouver, B.C., Austkaeasia. Sydney. N.S. W.,i Ernest O. Smith, ISewcaHtle, Melbourne, Vict. lrisbane, Q., Hobart, 'l'as., Launceston, Tas. Auckland, N. Z., Dunedin, N. Z., HoNOKONO, Shanoiiae, (ilURAETAR, Fiiance A Colo nies. Paris, Marseilles, Bordeaux, lioueu. Society Guour. Papeete, Tahiti, Germany k Colo nies. 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Amsterdam, Dordrecht, Belch or. Antwerp, Ghent, Lh'ge, Brums. . I- V., r,- . Stockholm, Christiania, Lyskil, j Gotheinburg, Austria. Vienna, Denmark. Copenhagen, Jatan. Tokio, llioo A Osaka, South African llErrnLic. Pretoria, J. Clinton Hooker, R. De Luchi, L. (Colombo, A. Tagliavia, J. D. van der Made, P. R. z. n., I i Victor Forge, ; E. Coppieters, !J. Blanpain, E. Vanden Brande, 11. A. Barger, L. Samson, H. Bergstrom, G. Kraak, V. von ScLonberger, J. Holuiblad, His Excellency li. W. Irwiu, S. Endicott, D. H. Schraidl, C. d'A. A C. G. C. C. C. C. c. 0. c. c. c. C. G. C. c. c. c. c. v. c. v. c. C G. c. c. c. V. c. C. G. C. C. C. V. C. C. G. C. C. C. I a o. if?. v. c. v. c. c. C. G. Min. Ilea. C. C. G. Jan. 11, 1885. Oct. 1, 1888. b eb. 7. 1873. July 10, 1884. Julv 12. 1878. June 3, 18.M7. July 9, 1878. Feb. 5, 1871. Sept. 21, 180. Nov. 17. 1881. Oct. 5, 1882. May 21, 1888. March 1, 1800. March 1, 106. July 27, 1874. Ang. 12, 188G. March 25, 1870. Inly 8. 1887. Jan. 7, 1883. March 14, 1831. April 28, 1871. Nov. 19, 1888. July 21, 1887. July 14, 1880. March 14, 1887. March 14, 1887. Sept. 29, 1885. March 14, 1887. March 14, 1887. April 19, 1S88. March 20. 1883. Oct. 25, 1878. Nov. 17, 1881. June C, 1S84. March 9. 1880. Aug. 21, 1S07. 'July 14, 1880. Aiarcn 14, 1887. !Nov. 15, 1086. July 31, 1885. Aug. 27. 1880. iSept, 10, 1888. j April 0, 18-85. i May 29. 1879. (May 31, 1880. July 10. 1879. March 11, 1887. Dec. 20, 1870. ;May 4, 1S30. I March 30, 1880. Nov. 20, 1882. 1 :ifr;c'!u?T 'e THOMAS LINDSAY Has IleuoveJ His Manufacturing fair v Establishment V From 3fiiunuii .Nlreet lo Thomas Block, Kim? Street, Particnlar attention jail to repairing. EO0K LILN & CO., 110 Xuuaau Strc-et, opposite Emma Ua'.l IMPOKTEH-S AND DEALERS IN Chinese & Japanese Goods, Fire Crackers, New Designs In Cups and Saucees, Tea, Ciyars, ani all kinds of Fancy Ootids At really Kctliieetl Vrlves. Regular shlj meiits .y every steamer. rOST OFFICE TOX NO. 255. JUST ARRIVED PEtf BAKK ii(l:('e!i ficiu London UVJU -liEST- Fence Wire, Galvanized Euekets, Best Coir Mattimc, 42TFor Sale at Lowest l'rices by"Si (1. Vvr. Macfiirlane & Co. 129 tf FILTER PRESSES. Vaavuau I'lantation, Hawaii, March it, 1888. ) Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, Ran Fran cisco. Gentltuun Ve have used two of your 30- tliaml.fi 1 I' liter l'rosses thisseason. They are con veuient, easily handled and are working entirely to our .satisfaciiou. I can recommend no improvement ou them. Very respectfully yours. (signed i A. Moore, Manager l'aauhau l'lautation. These Presses are hclng carried in stock in Honolulu and are sold at very low prices to meet t he demand. A consignment is now on tlie way. Kisduii I ion v Loco. Works, Sm Francisco. For part iciil.ira enrjuire of JOHN I)EK Honolulu Room No. ;j Spreckels" Ulock: 82 ViM V. il. IIUVIN .V iUu, Agents. ihe Planters Monthly Devott'il to tlu- Iiii'ouraLionient of A ( J UK ' I T LTI I u I : , IIOIiTICULTHIv E, STOCK liAISIXG an.l INDUS TRIAL runsuiTS CJENFllALDY, And more osiietial!' to tho loveIo lnont and perfection of Cultivation of Cane and the MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR. This popular journal has entered on it eighth volume, and having been Enlarged to 48 Pages Monthly, makes a yearly volume of nearly 000 pages, devoted to the agricul tural and commercial prosperity of the Hawaiian Islands. The attention of the business men of Honolulu and of all persons engaged in industrial pursuits is called to this per iodical as a medium Lr Advertising & Information Which can be obtained in no other pub lication, here or abroad. The Daily I C. Advertiser and Weekly Gazette Ate the Leading: Newipapen iu tlie Kingdom. fffThe price of subscription is very low Two IOI.I.AKS AM) a Uai.f (.f2.30) per annum, or .0.00 when mailed abroad. A few copies of hound volumes of the years 1SSG and 1SS7 can be obtained: .f.j.50 each. g&T.ack Volumes of the Plan-turn' Monthly bound to ordor. Address : II. M. WHITNUY, Upitoi; Plantkkn' Monthly, 4o Merchant St., IG 1234-3m Honolulu, H. I. C. BREWER & COMPANY, (Liiuited). GENERAL MKRCAXT1LE COMMISSION AGENTS. LIST OF OFFICERS: I. C. Jones. Jr President and Manager J. O. Carter Treasurer nd Secretao' Ucu. W. F. Allen Auditor DIRECTORS: iion. C. R. !M6l:op. Hon. H. Waterhouse Mil! Hro Chiiit (i Co., NUUANU STREET, Have Just Received by Late Arrivals A large and well assorted Stoek of hand-painted China Dinner and Tea Sets To which the attention of intending pur chasers is directed, as no poods of equal quality have ever been imported into this market. Also, all varieties and qualities of Silk Handkerchiefs, Of Chinese and Japanese make. Also, TO ARRIVE by bark " VELOCITY," now due, an assortment of GRANITE Paving and Curb Stones and a few CLINKER BUILT BOATS. 155-ly LEWIS & CO.; FORT STREET. Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Groceries and Provisions. 42TIce IIojino ;mm!h n Specialty "ffit 181-tf HONOLULU MARKET. (Successor to Win. McCantlless.) 4lii44ii ttlrt, I'isli M rli, IIo- II4Illlll, II. I. Choicest Beef, Mutton, For, M) VEGETABLES. ETC., Always Kepi on Hand. Family and Shipping orders Carefully Attended to. Live Stock Furnished iu V&sseU at eho-t notice. Telephones 2STo. 21i2 LOVE'S BAKERY. 'o. 73 Xiiuii'iii Ktrcl. MRS. ROBT. LOVE, - Proprietress, Every Description of Plain and Fancy Bread and Crackers, FBE8 H- Soda Clickers A N D Saloon Bread Always ou Hand. MILK J3EEAD A SPECIALTY. (stand Orders Promptly AUeiilel to 172-3m JUST ARRIVED Habana Cigars, Bavarian Beer, of the Hackerbrau Brewery, Munchen; Strassburg Beer, Flensbnro- Beer. Double Extra Stout Bottled by M.B. 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