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DAILY PACIFIC OOilMEROLlL ADVBltTISEtt, JA.XOA.Rg L7, 1891.
J3j) Hutljoritn t GEN. BOOTH'S PLAN TO REGENERATE ' DARKEST ENGLAND." HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. FOREIGN OFFICE NOTICE. JAMES SHAW, Eeq., has been ap pointed Hawaiian Consul at Cadiz, Spain, vice George Shaw, deceased. KARL H. BAKER. Esq. has been ap pointed Hawaiian Vice-Consal at the City frequently criminal method of ex- gon, deceased. Foreign Office, Jan. 15. 1891. 1358-lt 20T.2t (Boston Evening Transcript.) The various newspaper reports So much has been said and writ- that King Kalakaua is in this ten lately about the scheme of the country for the purpose of negoti- so-called "General" Booth,by which ating for a transfer of the Hawaii- he proposes to rescue those whom an group to the United States are he styles the "submerged tenth," without any foundation in fact. As or the three millions of people in Minister Carter has said, hi Majes Great Britain whom the '-General" ty has no more authority to. cede asserts are too helplessly poor to his dominions than the Governor of Massachusetts has to sell the Old Bay State to a foreign power. The writer vas present at the last election in the Hawaiian Islands. Tnere were two parties, hope to rise to anything better than the most wretched and too their relatives in Honolulu. Com- j NtU) UDertisemcnt3. paring this with our own wedding innrnev to thtt Islands fortv-two . .. .. j .1 If AHT1 1 flFTVi?! VATinn ATI f 1 1 P years ago, Dy tne men speeuiesi MUftlUAULL d AUllbL W oALL ! praciicaDie route a uve iuouiub voyage around Capo Horn I real ize that Hawaii is nearer to us in tyHEREASTHE MORTGAGE HERE every way than in the days of old. I inafter mentioned ha-s been hereto- Kv nnr nrpspnt t rp.'it v with lia- I auiciujcmnnui Bj our present treaty wim xia morteaeees notice of foreclosure, now. iXfu) ittiDcrttscmrnts. HOLLISTBE & CO., IMPORTERS AND UELtVLKIiS IN istence. Some months ago the General At a regular meeting of the Board of Health held January 14, 1891, Hon. J O. Carter was duly elected Vice-President of the Board of Health, to serve during the absence of David Dayton, Esq. By order of the Board of Health. GEO. C. POTTER, 2G63-3t Secretary. wrote a book which he calls "In the Eeform party, which had cur Ey gratuitous tailed the power of the King, and distribution as well as by sale he the Kings, or National ICeform secured an enormous circulation party, whose war cry was "Hawaii for this book, and the earnest atten- for the Hawaiians," and who charg- tion of all classes and every shade ed the party with endeavoring to of religious belief and of political bring about annexation to the party. From the Queen and the United States. As a result of the All delinquent tax payirs are hereby Archbishop of Canterbury, from election the Kef orm Cabinet, which notified that suits will be commenced for Cardinal Manning and the Marquis was composed of some of the ablest ioh or JanuTr; of Qoewrto, from Chureh dlgnl- men in the kingdom, aud most of 68 of Chapter 37 of the Session Laws of 188fi. and of Section f8A Chapter 65) of the Session Laws of 1888. 0. A. BROWN. Assessor 1st Division, Island of Oahu. Approved : Godfbky Brown, 2659-lw Minister of Finance. taries and dissenters poured in wnora were uoru mere, was cora- upon the General letters of encour- P6 . Tf' Pftrinpftft:tv trftftfv agementsand frequent large gifts which admitted Hawaiian sugars of money. To give some idea of duty free, the prosperity of the the interest aroused in London group and its trade with the alone we may state that Exeter United States had greatly increas- CU. J Lilt? LIC VV kJUUCCO tariff, admitting all sugars duty Hall, one of the largest in London, Notice is hereby given that from and was filled to overcrowding for two freGf this advantage is lost to the after this date all draft" on the Treasury for the payment of salaries of employees of the Government must be signed by the head of the Department or Bureau under which they serve. GODFREY BROWN, Minister of Finance. Honolulu, II. I., Jaxi. 1. 1891. 2G5-l-lm THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. January, 1891. 8u. 4 11 l"T 25 Mo. 6 12 19 26 Tu. 6 13 20 27 W. 7 14 21 28 Th. 1 8 15 Fr. 22 29 9 IS 23 30 8a. 3 10 17 24 31 TT Jan. 2d. lit Last Qa'jfr. r 10th. New Moon. n Jan. 16ch. -V 1st Qu'rt'r. l ull Moon. EVENTS OF TO-DAY. Band Concert At Thomas Square at 4:30 r. m. Auction Tract of Land at Levey's Auc tion Kooms at 12 m. Auction Ilorses, at Morgan's Salesrooms at 12 m. M ekti n o Pacific Sugar Mill Co., at office of F. A. Schaefer ds Co. s, at 11 A. m. THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER B Juat and fear not; Let all the ends thou alm'at at be Thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. SATURDAY. JAN. 17, 1891. successive nights, by people who island planters,who must now com naid five or ten shillings each to pete with the cheaper labor of ir m . hour th fiftrnl .nnmmd his Manila ana otner sugar countries scheme. At the conclusion of the A A ,'in.' tirst night s meeting, several gifts be a serious calamity. The labor of 1,000 each, a great number of problem at the islands has been a 100 and 50 each, a promise of difficult one, ana strenuous efforts w ono rwi form onrnn,0,i have been made for its solution, ' , . ' . , . . ' I none of which has been wholly sat- utx ux FxuUi.DCv nmug isfactory. Laborers have been im to 38,505, and after the second ported at large expense from vari evening the General announced ous countries as follows: rrom Mn-Afl mnro criffa nf 1.000 finh China, about 20,000; Japan, 12,000; ' i - i io im the Western Islands, by treaty with uu u tutai v. Portugal. 12.000: and various col- Put in a few words the outline onies from Germany,Norway,Poly nf t.ho sohomft is this. First thf nesia and elsewhere. But with the u r:. r.r rt ga unexampled growth of agricultural , w , . I , ii u enterprises, the labor problem shelter, food and work for all who J ,n j' rtance and still con- J a it 1 1 . i. 1 P . t . ' . neea. jx smaii wage win De paiu fronts the Hawaiian planter. at these u citv refuses " which is I Though 'the removal of the thfi first st.Pn nf t.ho. ladder. After sugar duties may have weakened . i i x in some degree the ties which bind probation, we presume his subjects Hawa.. tQ ?he United g the8e are to oe araicea on in -iarm are 8till too 6trong to be interfered refuges " in the country where with by other nations. At the last under strict supervision and kindly celebration of the anniversary of but rigid discipline they are to be tne American xnaepenaence ai tne sprved with as much noisv enthn- ofeach to earn an honest living, ;sm W Hnwaiiftna na hv nnr and to fit themselves for the third home patriots, lion. John L. Stev stago of reclamation in a special ens, our present worthy Minister to ii . it i. j l : i colonial settlement. General Booth flawa ?u cuuit, ueuvereu an eloquent aauress to tne American residents. ? In this oration he took the ground that the Hawaiian group would eventually come un der the control if not into the pos- been granted to the United States for a naval station, which ought at once to be oceapiednnd made avail able. With complete reciprocity in all products, this is all the Hawaii an territory that we need. With these wo can bind still closer the ties that now unite the two coun tries and secure the advantages without the disadvantages of an nexation. J. F. B. Marshall. Kendal Green, Dec. 12, 1890. wan a very eiigiDie narpor nas therefore, by order of Samuel M. Daiuon. I IA I 1 r 1 i aRennor nermann Koctermann, Bishop I 11 If J J riff l 1 1 fl 1 AD of Olba, morteagee of a certain indenture JyJL LLJ O Cb-LXV,L JVt VjI .1 -1 ly I I I GRAND Moonlight V Picnic! ES5' TO BE GIVES BY THE HONOLULU ARI0N AT Remond. Grrove irom Sin Cbu to him. dated the 9th day of June, a d. 1887. and re corded in the Registry of Deeds, in Hono lulu, in book pages 230 and 232. 1 am directed to sell at Public Auction THIS DAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 17, AT 12 o'clock soos, at my Salesrooms, Queen street, in Hono lulu, the property included in said Mort gage as follows: All that certain piece of land situate on the niauka side of Hotel street between Smith and Kuuanu streets, in said Hono lulu, and formerly known as the Bnffnm Hall premises, and in deed of same prem- uses w a. mm urn, a a tea August o, described by metes and bounds as fol viz.: Commencing at the south corner this lot on Hotel street 101 10-12 feet, north-westerly along said street from the west corner of the Kuulumni award, the boundary runs along lot No. being the store lot of the said ueorge sold to Asher P. Bates', north easterly 634 feet, thence north-westerlv 40 feet more or less, thence south-westerly along Kalua's award 62 feet, thence south-easterly 48 teet more or less, ulong Motel street to commencement, or howso ever otherwise the premises expressed and intended to be conveyed by said mortgage may De oounaea and described. Terms cash and deeds at th expense of purchaser. For farther particulars apply to Auctioneer. Or to A. S. Haktweix. Attorney 1654-td for Mortgagee, Y. M. C. HALL. CHEMICAI.S, AMERICAN and HAVANA CIGARS, rii LEAD ISO BBAKDS Cigarettes and Tobacco: mum The Most Complete Stock of Photographic Supplies On the Islands. AGKNCY FOR THE ft QDA K Dark Room at Disposal of Amateurs. o Manufacturers of a Full Line of On Saturday, January 24th instant, In honor of the German Emperor WILLIAM IPs Birthday. AEEATED WATEES ! Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day. o HOLLISTER & CO.. - - - 109 Foil Sine! TRAINS will leave the Oahu Railway Depot at 6 and 7 o'clock p. m. ; returning will leave Remond Grove at 10 and 12 p. m. TICKETS $1.50 EACH! Which includes fare, refreshments, etc. may be obtained from the members of the Club, Hubash's jewelry store, Elite Ice Cream Par'ors, Ludwigsen & Cron's Ice Cream Parlor, or at the Depot. 2t)61-td Harmony Hall. -:- SHAKESPERIAN READING -: Tuesday Evening, January 20th, F. M. ENGLISH, B. A., will read a paper on FALSTAFP HONOLULU, 79 q II. I. TOYS NOT FOR SALE! AND DOLLS ! BUT GIVEN AWAY ! With readings from Henry IV. (PurtsI ana ii). TOYS AND DOLLS GIVEN AWAY AT Admission Fiftv 2661-lw Cents We find the following among the Now York telegraph dispatches of tho S. F. Chronicle, and insert it as part of the current gossip. It is not known here that tho King in tended to visit Victoria, and it is not at all likely that he would do so in midwinter: New York, December 27. A letter dated December 12th haa been received by a gentleman in this city from a friend in Honolulu, in which the following in teresting information is given cencerning King Kalakaua and his probable move ments while in the Unitod States: ' It is ntill the intention to have the King visit Washington. The denial of the Minister of Foreign Affairs to tho effect that the King would not visit the American cap ital was made to allay the fears of the natives. "The scheme as it stands at present is that the King will go to the State ol "Washington to benefit by its climate and enjoy its scenic wondwrs. He will be come interested in the Canadian Pacific Railroad, and will be induced to travel over it. At the other end of the line ht will be met by old friends from Wash ington, who will prevail upon him to take a run down to that city and renew old acquaintances. Then the American and Hawaiian politicians will get their work in." says he has been offered a piece of land sixty miles square, with all sorts of concessions and advan tages. The army he said " did not propose to supply food without work, and when a man came with- session of one of these three great powers which are to control the future of the Facinc, viz.: the out money, he was told to go into United States, China and the (to the labor yard and earn his sup- be") republic of confederated Aus per," etc., etc. This is so precisely tralian. The European powers, he the system that has been carried , J . , A, ... race, and not even the completion on for many years in both public 0f the Nicaragua or Panama canals and private refuges that one won- wni enable them sufficiently to ders how one particular group or overcome the disadvantage of loca- system of refuges will, as Booth tion to enter into successful rivalry , . , with the nations that border on the ueclaresj if tne scheme be fairly pacjgc Meanwhile the commercial, do and patiently tried, in twenty years fulfill his prediction that " there will not be in England an able-bodied man or woman for whom there was not work enough Iiie American decimal mone tary system is rapidly gain ing favor all over the world, and promises within a few years to be come the established system for international exchange. The Lon don Statist says that " anyone in terested in the adoption of a de. cimal system of coinage, weights and measures should secure from the Decimal Association a pam phlet which has just been issued. One day, perhaps, tho greatest trading country of the world may muster up sufficient resolution to adopt the decimal system whic h is in vogue in most other countries. It is interesting to noto that the decimal system, as applied to coin age, is in use in thci following coun tries: America (United States), Argontina,Austria, Belgium, Brazil. Canada, Ceylon; Chili, China, Co lombia, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Holland. Italy, Japan, Mauritius, Mexico, Norway, Peru, Portugal, Itoumania, liussia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tur key, Uruguay, Venezuela." It might have included also Hawaii, with its twenty millions of foreign commerce." mestic and social relations of the growing foreign community at the Islands with the United States are yearly becoming more close. Ab senteeism briners the Hawaiian to provide the necessaries of "life," planters to California to reside, or again that "there shall be good either for their own convenience or homes for every orphan." - pleasure, and to bring them within The General " asks for 100,000 telegraphic communication with the j on rt . business -world, or for the better down and 200,000 per annum to educittion of their children ; while effect all this, and if this can be here in Boston and Cambridge are done for tho money it will be well a number of young people, born at spQut. t-ne Islands of American or Eu- .' . . , , . , ropean parents, being educated at It is an undeniable fact that in- oar 8ChooIs and colleges, many of dependent of the parochial poor- whom will prefer to remain hero in hcru8es and night refuges, there are the wider field which our country n,rmUra .j u oners to tnein. a. Binning niusira DELIGIOCS SERVICES AT HAR- mony Hall on King street, SUNDAY MORNING at 11 o'clock to the natives; and at 3 and 7:30 p.m. to all who under- stand English. 2064-2t Annual Meeting. T1HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the Mutual Telephone Co. will be held on MONDAY, Jan. 26. 1891. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Company's Building. Every 8tckholder is requested to attend, as a proposition to consolidate witn tne ieu reiepnoue uo. win be lam before them tor consideration. . CO. BERGER. 151-td ' " Secretary. NEW RESTAURANT N. S. SACHS', 104 Port St; AND Coffee House. I have just fitted up my new Restaurant at No. 62 Nuuanu Street, A First-class Meal, 15c. 2GG4-2t QUAY HAP. "NOTLCK. voluntary contributions and admin istered by the clergy the city missions, the lay brotherhoods and sisterhoods and by private indivi duals all working with tho same object, all more or less on the relations the which two coun- a few evenings tion of the close now exist between tries was afforded ago, wneu one or our most oeauu ful churches was the scene of a brilliant Hawaiian wedding. The bridegroom, a young merchant of Honolulu, where he was born, of same lines as proposed by Booth, German and Hawaiian parents; the and with the advantage of special adaptability arising from this knowledge of tho local necessities and special requirements of the district each is working in. the nature and fluctuations of the em ployments followed by most of the poorer classes, and above all the bride a native of another island of the group, of .Norwegian and Eng lish parents, temporarily resident here for the education of their chil dren. All the ushers nd grooms men, with possibly ons exception, and the bridesmaids, were natives of the Islands, of foreign parentage. Of the large number of guests pres ent, the majority were residents or Office Oahu Railway & Lasd Co., Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1891. f Sealed bids will be received at this office until Jan. 17th at noon for building an ex- j tension to the rearl City Water Works. ii or further information apply to 13. H. KLUEGEL, 2059-lw Chief Engineer. Card ol Thanks, MR. AND MRS. A. ROSA AND THE IM- Missi s Ladd take this method of ex pressing their gratitude to the Honolulu Fire Department, the Fire Police, their friends and all others who so kindly as sisted in saving their house, furniture and fersonal effects during the fire on Saturday a6t. So far. thev have not missed any thing of any special value, and the damage done to the furniture is but slight, consid ering what it underwent. 2G61-3t i Estate of Gustav Turley. Royal Danish Consulate, ) Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1890. J K LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS a- aga:nst the above estate are hereby re quested to present same to the undersigned for paj ment within six months from this date or they will be forever barren ; and persons indebted to said estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. 11. R. MACFARLANE, 2W2 fit Consul. Holiday Goods! . BJU you are in search ot Holiday Goods, call nnon ns, and Bee the IMMENSE VARIETY of NOVELTIES we 'are displaying, suitable for CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS' PRESENTS Immense Assortment of FANCY PLUSH GOODS At Exceptionally Low Prices I ITOR JSALE ! Hand-painted Porcelain Placques . . In variety nf shares and sizes, illustrated with a varietv of subjects, Puch aa rrimc Ken salt aur , . JKiMJSfiUlUJfifiJjiU iiUA SUITS An immense variety arid prices within reach of all ; suitable and acceptable presents. .. Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Silk Embroidered Handkerchiefs, GENTLEM-EN'S SILK UMHRELLA8. y HAND SATCHKIiS, PAINTED 1TA.NS, GENT'S FINE SILK SCARFS, KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES Silk Shawls, Cashmere Shawls, GENT'3 SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TORCHON LACE SCARF TIDIES, LACE BED SETS. In Barrels, ex Bark Electra, In Lots to Suit -:- At Low Prices! c. BREWER 2GC2-lm & CO. FOR SALE. Position as Freight clerk or plantation time keeper by a sober and industrious young man. Address O.. this pace. 2W3 4t AVA N'T JED A PORTION Ad BOOKKEEPER OR Ulork by a steady , imlustriom young m;m. Ad iress this oflice. 2l'51-lw agents and in many cases the sup- ex residents of the IIav?aitan group. porters of the charitable associa- In no other country in the world, tions make it their business to be outside of Hawaii, could such an personally acquainted with the embly have been gathered. .... m , Many of the 3rouug men present needy or criminal classes, lens or were students at Harvard or the thousands are temporarily benefited Institute of Technology, and the by their agencies, and many hun- father of one of thent, a prominent dreds lifted up out of darkest Eng- and highly respected British mer- land by private unostentatious chafut unoulu, told me there . , , i , . . that after visiting various distin- chanty, and yet the gaps in the gaished schools in England, Ger- ranks of tho poverty stricken are many, Franco and other countries always filling up, and it does not he found none which, in his judg- appear very plain why. Booth may ment, equaled our Massachusetts succeed all along the line, when IniUto of logy. t. , , , , -I he newly wedded pair are al- others can only make a mark here reatly 0R thY acr(Jg8 the CQn. ami tnere. I iinnr, i. ! dm rt,,nn ,:a The Enter) i ise Hack Co. 11 AS BMEN Ri:-OK(JANIZED nnd has removed t Carriage SuukI No. 13. opposite the Po lice Station. Telephone orders will receive pr mpt atu-ntion and 'the publi; guaran teed satisfaction. Wagonett furnished at a lew ininut'siotice. IS-Dtl Tel. 113; Mutual T. I. 630. WALLACE JACKSON, loO lrn Manager. NOTICE. HI R. II. LOSE HAS AT HIS RE- quest withdrawn from tbe firm of H. W. SCHMIDT & SON'S. Honolulu, Jan. 9. 1S01. 2t59-3t Election of Officers. AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the Hawaiian Agricultural Company, he'.d this day, the following persons were elected officers for the current year: Hon. Chas. R. Bishop President Mr. Sam '1 C. Allen .. ..Vice-President Mr. P. C. Jones Treasurer Mr. J. O. Carter Secretary Mr. Tom May Auditor PIKECTOB8. Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, Mr. Sam 'I O. Al len. Mr. P. C. Jones and Mr. Chas M. Cooke. J. O. CARTER. Secretary H. A. Co. Honolulu, Jan. 15, 1S91. 2001-liu Fresh I. X, L. Lime! In Quantities to Suit, by JN0.F.C0LBURN&C0. 26G3-3t FEU1TS OP PASSION By MAI FAI. Dedicated to Ellen Wheeler Wilcox, Containing Nevada Christmas Story of 1879. iyFor sale at the Hawaiian Hotel. PROP. U. J. ORDWAY, Teacher of Banjo, Guitar k Mandolin "We have all the above in ereat variety, and at ReaRnn&h1 PHron I Before making your purchases, come and examine our Stock. 5-tf UNION IRON WORKS CO. J. N. S. WILLIAMS, R. MORE, : : Manager. ' SlTERrNTKNDKNT. Engineers and Iron Founders, Esplanade,. Honolulu, Leave orders at Music Department Hawaiian iNews Uo. lot-Ini DR. K. KOBAYASHL, NO. 33 EMMA STREET. Office and Works, MANUFACl'UIiEIlS OK Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Stvam Engine, bteam Uoilerft, Juice Tanks, Coolers,. MoImhmm Tanks, Sugar Cars, Cane Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings, Wrought and Cast Iron Work for Homo R iilders, Water Wheels and Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc. DIFFUSION MACHINERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. SOLE AGENTS HAWA II AX ISLANDS FOB TJIK Pelton "Water Wheel. REPAIRS of all kinds of MACHINERY done at REASONABLE RATES and at SHORT NOTICE. ?M I4d-3m Offick Hours 8 to 10 a. m I to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. 2G55-2ni FOR LEASE! JUST A. RE IV JED ! Fnrrr? ii ON A LUNG TERM. FOR building puruosea, small Lots on Alapai street. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON. 152 lw Attorney-at-lw. Pianos For lleiit. 2 Westermaycr Pianos 1 Wdenayer Grand ! PIANOS IN GOOD ORDER from $4.00 to $7.00 per month. MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN NEWS THE BEST FOR THIS'CLIMATE. EXPECTED TO ARRIVE SHORTLY. COT For Sale by -CXJ ED. HOFPSCHLAEGEE & Co 79 "'J King 'and Bethel Streets. 7 "jv i -.v vuiioiiiuua Y I Lit COMPANY. 7'Jq