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DAILY: PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE K, DECEMBER 17, 1800.
I3n SUitljoritii PUBLIC ART EXHIBITION. Orric-E or tick Board or Health, Honolulu, Dec. 10, Ih:h). f Scaled Tenders will be received at this Office until WEDNESDAY, Dec. 31t, at 12 o'clock noon, for the delivery on tin hearh at Kalaupapa. or Kalawao, or at the Leper Settlement, Molokai, in rMl order and condition, an average of 1 Head ol Fat Reef Cattle per month, for the use of the Roard of Health for ix (G) month from the awarding cf the contract. The tender should be for the price per pound dressed. The hides and tallow to be the property of the Roard. The Roard of Health does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid . Ry order of the Roard. DAVID DAYTON, Hl-3t President. THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. December, 1H0O. 8a. 7 14 21 28 Mo. 15 23 Tn. W. Tb. Fr. 8. December 4 Lt (Quarter. 2 8 4 5 Dectniber 11 New Moon. 9 10 11 12 13 r : December IS 16 17 i 19 20 nm Vter. 23 24 25 26 "27" Pecember 25 I I 1 1 Full Moon, 30 I 31 I I I EVENTS OF TO-DAY. iC. of P. Oahu Lodpe No. 1, and Mystic Lodge No. 2 at 7:30 p. m. St. Andrew's Cathedral Service Second Congregation at-7:30 p. m. Central Union Church Service in par lors at 7:30 p. m. Babepall California Club vs. Ticked Nine at the new grounds at 3:30 p. m. Honokaa Suoar Co. Adjourned annual meeting at 10 a. m. speaking with tho greatest respect, Li9 hearers Lad no share." Ia the course of a long and stormy meeting, l'amell stated that he had given his answer. He regretted that it was not considered straight, but by it ho would stand or fall, on which Mr. Ileilly exclaimed, " Then you will fall. What's the ase of fur ther discussion ?" Leauiy shouted, Away with him! " John O'Connor cried, "Crucify him." Wild disorder followed. After a time, Healy, re ferring to the Gladstone iarty,asked ' Who broke the alliance?" on which Parnell and Nolan exclaimed the Gladstono oartv." when Healy re- torted " It perished from the etench of the divorce Court! " The United Ireland, Dublin, says Parnell must never again lead the National party. The municipal au thorities of Cork support Parnell. It will be a difficult task to mend this breach. The Irish World says: "His col leagues have spoken; Irish bishops have spoken; his English allies have spoken, and the conconsus of their judgment has been adverse to him. Parnell himself has spoken, but no utterance has told against him more terribly than his own statement. His manifesto proved a boomerang. Looking over tho whole situation, 1 : i l: 1 ,1 :.l eliminating seuumem uuu uuusiuei- 1 1 ing the matter in a practical way, $$30 ' WATCH, viz.. how tlie Irish ransn is hkelv to TT 7 be affected, the imperatives duty of Parnell, in our judgment, is to retire from the leadership." 3Tcw 3dcrrtiscmnt& .dwUstmfnts. To-day and Thursday Mr. J. J. Williams will hold an exhibition of a collection of pictures of Jules Ta vernier, at his -photographic rooms which are now reached from Hotel stteet by a neat entrance, which is ornamented with potted plants, etc. This will probably be the last opportunity to view pictures by th dead artist, as there is a great demand for them. The following pictures, all by Tav ernier, will be on exhibition: 1. Salmon Fishery in Alaska. 2. Scene in California Redwoods. 3. Birdeye View of Volcano (ori ginal). 4. Breakout and Lava Flow of 1885. 5. Interior of Old Halemaumau. 6. Native dwelling, landscape with nru EVeEUiq. DeC. 18 native boats in foreground. uiuWmj - 3 7. Scene, Big Trees in California Redwoods. The public is cordially invited to attend. I FORT AND QUEEN STS. Evening Holiday Sale ! Under instructions from Messes. G. V. M AC FA 11 LA N E & CO., I will offer by Auction, at my Salesrooms on next A Choice Link of Beautiful ENGLISH JLLjNGLiISH Cctu SUtotrtiscmcnts. FURNITURE! UHMTUHE! GtOjVJEES The Jeweler! FORT STREET, (Mclnemy Block.) Gold and Silver Jewelry! In the verv latent styles, and at reasonable prices. DliLMOjOTDS And other Precious Stones. Latest Novelties ia Gold and Silver WATCHES ! NEW GOODS! . T xi s t Received Kx Bark EDWARD MAY, And other Iate Arrivals, a vcrv heavy sroCK of GOODS, including: Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools CAST and SPUING STEEL, NORWAY IKON, a fine asmt; CHAKCOAL IKONS. BAU IKON, a fine assortment; CAK1 MATCHES, GALV'I) WATER PIPE. as follows: Watches & For All ! ON A WEEKLY PAYMENT OF SS.OO! WILL GIVE A Of the LATEST STYLES after American and English Patterns, comprising: 500 ALM, A KI LL LINK OF SHIP CHANDLERY Of the most approved kind. COILS MANILA ROPE, ALL SIZES Cresent, Monarch or James Boss' FILLED CASES. THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser. Be Jnit and fear not: Let all tho euds thou alm'at at be Tby Country's, tby (iod'i, and Truth's. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 17, 1890. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Extracts From the Elaborate Document an l'reoented to Congress. To the Senate and House of Represen tatives : The reports of the several exe cutive departments which will be laid before Congress in the usual course will exhibit in detail the operations of the Government for the Kst fiscal year. Only the more important incidents and results, and chiefly such as may be the foundation of the recommendations I shall submit, will be referred to in this annual message. The vast and increas ing business of the Government has been transacted by the several departments during the year with faithfulness, energy and success. The revenues, amounting to about $450,000,000, have been col lected and disbursed without revealing, so far as I can ascertain, a single case of defalcation or embezzlement. An earnest effort has been made to stimulate a sense of responsibility and These Cases are the best in the market; are guaranteed to be made of Two Plates of 14-Carat Gold, with Plate Composition between, and written guarantee from the factory. Full Jeweled Waltham Move ment, guaranteed to keep fine time. These Watches are preferable to gold watches, because the cases are stiff, and perfectly safe for the movement. Every member gets his watch with in 15 weeks. Call and see our watches. It is a fine opportunity to get a cheap and tine watch in a short time. THE NEW WATCH CLUB. By join ing the California Watch Club every per son may select his watch, (either ladies' or gentlemen's) which will be saved and de- uivered when the member draws his watch. Split Seoomls, Howard, 1TTTTT TtTT? AnV 5TTTTr? ?n MbrcrTir ish 7 ' Jl, "V" and Walnut; FULL PARLOR SUITES, in Silk and Satin Brocade (latest European styles); OAK DININGROOM SUITES in leather; OAK and ASH WARDROBES With beve!- ed French Plate Mirrors; WALNUT HAT STANDS and CHAIRS; ROSEWOOD INLAID CABINETS (v.r elegant; FANCY PARLOR CHAIRS in Silk Vel vet; FANCY TOILET TABLES; GYPSY TABLES in Black and Gold; EBONY and WALNUT WALL BRACK ETS; TOILET COMMODES; MUSIC STANDS, ETC. A Choice Line of Columbus, "Walt ham, in Gold, Silver and Nickel. And Assorted SISAL ROPE, BALE HOPE, Galvanized WIRE HOPE, from the smallest sire up to 4 inch. STOCKHOLM and COAL TAU in large quantity. lirCH, OAKUM, OAUs of all sires. -A FULL ASSORTMENT OP Store Open Evenings 143-2w FRIENDS, COUNTRYMEN, AND LOViiRS OF BEAUTIFUL Hall's Plows and Breakers HALL'S CANE KNIVES, tho host in the market, and Agricultural Tools of all kinds; Lawn Mowers, RUBBER GARDEN HOSE. ELECTRIC A L GOODS in great variety. ELECTRIC LIGHT and TELEPHONE GOODS. A Kino Assortment of - AmPPlPail 5y FlimitlirO Ree(l &1artous Celebrated Silverplated Ware! MlClludll CSSiJ 1 Ul 1111(11 15 And GORIIAM SILVER WAKE, suitable for Chritdma and Are respectfully invited to examine that now on sale by California Watch A. J. Club Company, President Harrison's recent mes sage to Congress, from which we public duty in all officers and employees given copious extracts, is 145-1 w SCIIREIRER, Manages. Hotel St., under the Arlington. i nave given copious extracts, is a very interesting document, and fur nishes a full resume of the work of tho general government. It has given very general satisfaction to all parties in the States. The Republi cans, (says an exchange) speak in high praise of its wisdom, while the Democrats say they are delighted because it is so radically opposed to what the people of the country favor. Some .Republicans will not approve free coinage, and the Fed eral elections bill, but there is gen eral unanimity of praise for the mes sage from Republican sources. It is in line with the policy of the party leaders in both houses of Congress and is an indorsement of the plan already well defined. It adopts a most radical and courageous policy, and the leaders are enthusiastic in their eagerness to carry out its suggestions. HAWAIIAN of every grade, and the work done by them has almost wholly escaped unfav- i t . : t : . t - c ti.-r,- ters with freedom, because the credit of Uo QJphl 1 1 141011 H ( I vvorlr ia not mini Vint ia eharAd J LlOKj kJ (X I L UlVUllUlJ by the heads of the several departments with the great body of faithful officers To-Day, To-Day, " At 3:30 o'clock, Complimentary Benefil ! Tendered by Everybody to the CALIFORNIA BASEBALL CLUB! A Match Game will be played between PICKED v NINE A AND THE CALIFORNIA v CLUB. THE ENGLISH POLITICAL MUDDLE. Great excitement still prevails in parliamentary circles in London over the status to be occupied in future by Mr. Parnell as leader of the Irish party. Parnell refuses to retire until he oould ascertain Mr. Gladstone's determination ; and re ferring to what he terms Gladstone's ambiguity, said, " I have had many dealings with him, but never got a straight answer." On December 3d the Nationalists met to further con sider the question of Parnell's leadership. All the Irish members in London were in attendance. Par nell occupied the chair. At this meeting the manifesto issued the day before by the Roman Catholic Hierarchy in Ireland was read and was greeted with cheering by Par nell's opponents. It is remarkable how many of the most vehement of the Irish members have turned upon Parnell with a violence they never exceeded even when speaking of Mr. Balfour him self. Sexton declared that the majority of the members would simply vote that Parnell must resign. Healey refused to submit to Parnell's stipu lations which were that ClaDce's resolution be accepted whereupon he (Parnell) said that the alliance between the Nationalists and Lib erals would be renewed. The threatened rupture between these two great branches of the Home Rule party is what is most dreaded by both, and yet both sides seem alike obstinate and impractic able. Parnell says his position had been granted to him not merely as a leader of the party but leader of the nation, and had been, he said, de rived from circumstances in which, and employees who serve under them. The closest scrutiny of Congress is in vited to all the methods of an adminis tration and to every item of expenditure. MAKING REGULATIONS. The International Marine Congress which sat in Washington last winter achieved a very gratifying result. The regulations suggested have been brought to the attention of all the governments represented, and their general adoption is confidently expected. The legislation of Congress at the last se3sion i3 in con formity with the proposition of the con ference, and the proclamation therein provided will be issued when other powers have given notice of adhesion. SUPPRESSION OF THE SLAVE TRADE. The conference of Brussels to devise means for suppressing the slave trade in Africa afforded an opportunity for a new expression of the interest the American people feel in that work. It soon became ovidpnt that the measure nronosed would tax the resources of the Congo basin be- dlTliSSiOll 50C. YOliu me icrmics nvuauuic uiiucr me i . n. i-.at- i: .r in.i rri tt;aii Hi-ZL general aci oi Aerim oi laa-t. ne unueu States, not being a party to that act, could not share in its revision, but by a separate act the independent State of the Congo was freed from the restrictions upon a custom revenue. The demoral izing and destructive traffic in ardent spirits among the different tribes also claimed the earnest attention of the conference, and the delegates of the United States were foremost in advocat ing measures for its repression. An ac cord was reached, the mtluence of which will be very helpful and extend over a wide region as soon as these measures shall receive the sanction of the Nether lands, for a time withheld. The general acts will be submitted for ratification to the Senate. Meanwhile negotiations 1 1 1 C 1 plete treaty of friendship, commerce and MaNCUM tiM I MX telM USCS navigation hetween the United States I and the independent State of Congo. Bric-a-Brac, Plateware, China, Glass ware, Bronzes, Crockery, A small lot of Genuine Havenand Ware; Also, a few Choice large H ENTER -:- RUGS ! And a splendid asamt. of small Rugs of Axminster, Mecca, rersian anu Tanjore varieties. All these Rugs are from the well-known firm of J as. Temple & Co.. of London. Also, a Small Invoice of Choice Engravings, Oil Paintings, Water Colors, Etc -The Sale will commence at 7 o'clock sharp, and goods will be ready for inspec tion on Wednesday morninc. Special accommodations will be made for ladies. Lewis J". Levey. 144-td AUCTIONEER. H. H. WILLIAMS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO C, E. WILLIAMS.) 105 Fort Street: Selected by Mr. II. H.' Williams in per son, from the largest stocks, and latest styles in San Francisco. Wedding Presents. COARSE SALT, always on hand in quantities to suit. Also, Sperm Od, Lard Oil, Castor Oil, Cylinder and all other Lubricating Oils. PALE BOILED and Raw Paint Oil. All kinds of PAINTS, dry and ground in oil ; Varnishes, Shellac, Alcohol : BRUSHES of all kind?, etc., etc. ... -ALL FOR SALE BY E. O. I-IAXJL. &d SOjN, 139 1353-Ira Cor. FOltT and KING STS. COLadies' and gentlemen will find in this Stock, Goods elegant, substantial, ornamental and useful for generations to come ; and very suitable for Christmas, New Year, Birthday and Bridal Presents. JCLarge Invoices lately received, and more on the way by steam and sail 138-2w H0LL1STKB & CO., IMPOItTKKS AND DKALKU8 IN : Drugs and Medicines THE ARLINGTON, Hotel St., - - Honolulu, J. H. FISHER, Prop. CHEMICALS. AMERICAN and HAVANA CIGARS, For Hongkong Direct! -THE LEADING BltANDS OF- The Clipper Bark EDWARD MAY D. Mahasy, : Master. Will be despatched for the above port on or about Dec. 20, 1890. For Freight or Fassage, apply to the undersigned Agents on Queen street. 142-lw C BREWER & CO., Ltd. EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU AVENUE. SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK -IN- I-I01MY - GHPS! Gentlemen's Furnishings, Ladies' and Childrens' Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Scarfs, Linen Tray Clothes, Splashers, Sideboard Covers, Tea Cloths, Hand Satchels, Purses. Ladies and Gents' Silk Umbrellas and Parasols, THE NEW REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL. Toward the end of the past year the only independent impetial government on the Western Continent, that of Brazil, ceased to exist and was succeeded by a republic. Diplomatic relations were at once established with the new govern ment, but it was not completely recog nized until an opportunity had been afforded to ascertain that it had popular approval and support. When the course of events had yielded assurance of this fact, no time was lost in extending to the new government a full and cordial wel come into the family of American com monwealths. It is confidently believed that the good relations of the two nations will be preserved and that the future will witness an increased intimacy of in tercourse and an expansion of their mu tual commerce. WAR IS CENTRAL AMERICA. The peace of Central America has again been disturbed through a revolu tionary change in Salvador, which was not recognized by other States, and hos tilities broke out between Salvador and Guatemala, threatening to involve all Central America in conflict and undo the progress which had been made to ward a union of their interests. The efforts of this Government were prompt ly and zealously exerted to compose their difference, and through the active efforts of the representatives of the United States a provisional treaty of peace was signed August 20th, whereby the right of the Republic of Salvador to choose its own rulers was recognized. General F.zeta, the chief of the provi sional government, has been since con firmed in the presidency by the assem bly, and diplomatic recognition duly followed. ALBUMS, and a fine line of Ladies' and Children's JACKETS; RUUS and RAIN COATS, Etc. Egan & Gruim, King St. near Fort. EOml S. Will be open evenings until after Xruas. 14-l-Gw Oceanic Steamship Company FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The A I steamship 66 cVTJ S T RALIA," Will leave Honolulu for the above port on Friday, Dec. 19, 1890, -A.t 1U o'clock noon. Xt'or Freight or Passage apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., 112 Gt ACiENTS. Position Wanted. 4 MIDDLE-AGED TEMPERATE MAN A. who understands Horses, wants a posi tion as liverv man or gardener. Address J. 1)., this otlioe 137-lw THIS FIRST-CLASS FAMILX Hotel (situate in the most pleas ant part of the City) continues to oifer the comforts of a home to transients and others. Adjoining the Main Ruilding are several New Cottages specially constructed for familv use. Table unsurpassed. T,Terms $2.00 per day, $12.00 weeklv. Special arrangements for monthly boarders. T. KROUSE, Prop.. 123 1350-y Honolulu, H. I. Marshal's Sale! terms: Board and Lodging per week (accord ing to location of room).. $10 00 to $12 00 Transient, per day 2 00 Table Board, per week 7 00 Single Meals 50 3(7Visitors will find this one of the most comfortable and convenient luuses in the city, the rooms being large, light, and airy. Hot and cold water baths. ' 86-ly New Model Lunch Rooms! BETHEL STREET, (Next door to the 1. Mortice), 1STOW OIK!Sn Give it a trial. 85-3ni Cigarettes and Tobacco: The Most Complete Stock of Pliotoppliic Supplies On the Island?. AGENCY FOR THE KODAK. Dark Room at Disposal of Amateurs, o Steamer For Sale! Alunufocturcrs of a Full Lino of AEEATED "WATEES! Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day. o H0LLISTEU & CO.. - - - 1(1) Foit Mnct BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cution issued out of the Police Court, on the day of , 1800, against Mrs. Eva Johnson defendant, in favor of Pacific Hardware Co. plaintiff, for the sum of $109.06, I have levied upon and shall ex pose for sale at Morgan's auction room in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of TUESDAY, the 23d day of December, A. D. 1890, to the highest bid der, all the right, title and interest of the said Mrs. Eva Johnson defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judg ment, interest, costs and my expenses be previously paid. List of property for sale: One large Oil Painting of a boy ; one large Oil Painting of Nymph of the Wave. C. L. HOPKINS. Marshal. Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1890. 12fMm For Lease. m Hi a: THAT TRACT OF LAND SITU ated at Palolo Valley, and consist ing of 170 acres, more or less, until recentlv under lease to the late Phillip Milton, and belonging to the estate of Chas. Ixng. deceased. A lease for a term of years will be given, as well as iru mediate possession if desired. The land is substantially fenced. For particulars, ap ply to F. A. SCHAEFER, J Or J. F. Colbum. Honolulu. Dec. 9.1891. 139 2w The "Snug" Barber Shop JUST OPENED! King Street npar Fort, (next door to Geo. W. Lincoln's office). First-class in every particular Give me a call ! 130-lw C. MOLTENO K OTICE. NEITHER THE CAPTAIN or Agents ot the bark Wm. Le Lacheur will be responsi ble for anv debts contracted above named vessel. 142-lw FRANCIS CUTTING." AN AI90 TON STEAMER, schooner ru; nearly new and in first-class condition. Dimensions: Length S7 feet: breadth 22 feet; depth of hold 8 feet. Suitable for Passengers or Freight. Speed nine knots. )For further information apply to T. W. H01JRON. 120-3m G6 Fort St., Honolulu. HONOLULU, 148 1304 ir. i. GOO KIM & CO., NUUANU HOLIIXY GOODS 1 ST. NOTICE. FROM AND AFTER this date we will not be responsible for any freight after same has been landed. Parties to whom freight is consigned must be at the landing to receive their freight WILDER S STEAMSHIP CO, i4 Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1890. 85-lm tf CHARLES F. PETERSON, Typewriter and Notary Public. Office with L. A. Thurston. 133-v W. F. FREAR, Attornevat"Law, Office over Rishop's Rank. ln5-3ni tf MISS 13. LAMB, Stenographer and Type-writer, Office of J. A. Magoon, Merchant street, near the Postotfice. 103-3my FRANCIS M. ENGLISH, B. A., (OXON), Is prepared to receive pupils in Classics, Mathematics and English Literature. Special preparation for University and Competitive Examinations. -For terms, etc.. please apply No. 4 Garden Lane, behind British Club. 107-1 in Polls, Toys, Smokers' Sets, Iirushcs, Velvet Capes, Toilet Sets, Albums, and a large and varied assortment of Chinese Goods Suitable for Xraas and New Years' PRESENTS. Gents' and Boys' Clothing DRY GOODS and TAILORS' SUPPLIES. Our Stock NEW GOODS! his just leen replenished in Every Department with 140-lm GOO KIM & CO.. Nuuanu Street. BUHACH ! Great IR eduction in Price! Under instructions from the EriiAcit Prom-cinq Company, Stockton. Cal., we will sell IJUHACH and Mam factuunq In Cans at One-half Price ! Until the present Stocks are exhausted. Benson, Smith & Co., 54 SOLE AGENT I Oil THE GENUINE BUHACH.