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iisXhSL VMYVV6 OOtlttEROIAIi ADVERTISER, JA.NUA.Rg 23, 189L v 4 re V ii i !i; ?:J. 7 : ' i ;' - ; 1 4; HI .. ;'. 1 1 - ' v; . '1 '." I? ' I? . ';! i - i i i i 1 i i Un Cuitijoritij KING KALAKAUA. His Movements in California. Southern San IJiego, Los Angeles, Sau Bernardino and Santa Barbara VUted Com ment on the Trip. Notice is hereby given that from and after this date all drafts on the Treasury for the payment of salaries of employees of the Government must be signed by the hevi of the Department or Bureau under which they serve. GODFREY BROWN, Minister of Finance. Honolulu. II. I., Jan. 1. 1891. aiM-lir THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER ing Be Just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at he . Thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. FRIDAY. JAN. 23, 1891. BOOTH. "General" Booth's scheme has called forth a storm of opposition as well as a chorus of approval, the latter backed by gifts or promises of money assistance to the extent already of some 50,000. But now comes Professor Huxley in two The Sun Francisco Wave, speak- of the King, says: Kalakaua has been very generous in his pat ronage. He has attended every thing in sight, and has been re ceived everywhere with the enii nent respect due his royal rank. The "Straight Tip" at the Cali fornia Theati e'had the honor of his presence one night last week. He and the suite occupied a twain of nHinininf boxes, and E. L. G. j o Steele, wearing his Hawaiian deco ration, was a sufficiently imposing figure in immediate proximity to Kalakaua. The Messrs. Hymans entertained King Kalakaua at their residence on California street, on Saturday last. The rooms were rather too crowded for comfort, though I got a glimpse of the decorations which were quite appropriate, consisting of Hawaiian ornaments, feathers, shells and other articles that Miss Hymau brought up wth her from Honolulu some mouths ago. Off for the South. King Kalakaua and party left by the southern overland (27th) for Los Anizeles and San Diego. The party went on the ferry boat in of Hawaii, accompanied by the members of his suite and a detail of American officers arrived in the city at 2fAo yesterday afternoon in a special car. The special car carrying the King and his party was taken off the regular Southern Pacific over land train at San ternando-street Depot and run over onto the Santa ie track. The distinguished visitors were met at the San Fernando-street Depot by Mayor Henry T. Hazard, Gen. A. McD. McCook, Lieut. Baker, of the Glendale staff, and Col. Ii. G. Otis. . After beinir introduced to the K'cdj U)tcrtiscmcnts. GRAND bara. " This was the first trip of the King to Southern California, and he was pleased at all he saw and was surprised at the extent and variety of the resources of this State. He is a very agreeable trav eling companion; a quiet,observing man, not given to gabbling, but is appreciative and interested. Dur ing the trip there was manifest the usual curiosity and also the usunl kindlv feeling, and the King re ceived many courtesies. There were "Jf3ixlOIlcL Grl?0 Ve lnaeea more proucrs oi uixeuuuu and hospitality than the limited time at his disposal would permii him to accept. He is a careful trav eler, all the time looking out for w 3Tn V3tcrtiscmmU. Moonlight v Picnic ! H0LL1STER & CO.. TO BE GIVES BT THE HONOLULU ARION t IMPORTERS AND DEALKUS IN" Drags and Medicines OELEMICA.LS. AMERICAN and HAVANA ClGAltt, Oa Saturday, January 24th instant, In honor of the German Emperor WILLIAM II's Birthday. King, the Mayor, on behalf of the ideas to incorporate in his plans for Informal Reception Committee, the improvement of his islands, extended to His Majesty and the ne will remain in San Francisco a members of his suite the freedom couple of weeks, and then will re of the city. turn to the Islands on the Charles The royal party included the ton He will not go north from San following gentlemen: His Ma- Francisco. His trip to this country iestv Kinsr Kalakaua, Col. George was for the beneht of his heaitn Macfarlane, chamberlain and secre- He was considerably improved un tarv to the King; Uol. It-n. liauer, til at Santa Barbara ne nad a an aid on the staff and a native of bilious attack, which interfered the Kingdom of Hawaii, Lieut, with the enjoyment of the latter Georcre P. Blow, United otates Dart of his triD. However, ne has wwh incudes fare, refreshments, etc Navy, detailed by Admiral Brown entirely recovered from that slight may be obtained from the members of the LEASIXd BRANDS OF- Oigrarettes and Tobacco: 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. The Most Complete Stock of Photographic Supplies On the Islands. TICKETS $1.50 EACH! GKNC-Y FOR THE KODAK. a more formidable letters to the ' Times " subsequent to that which coupe, and General Mauager-A. N, we noticed on the 19th. disclosing lowne by the aid of publications put forth by ex-officers of the Salvation Army and others who, having no direct interest in the attack or de fense of the scheme,except a desire of getting at the truth, but all alike damaging to the manner in which the financial affairs of the army have been hitherto administered, and revealing the necessity of great caution, at least, being exer cised by intending subscribers to the fund which Booth calls for, to be administered by himself, with out, as it appears to these writers, any sort of adequate supervision or check upon himself or his nom inees and associates in the spending .department. Wo now propose to take under consideration some facts and figures brought forward . by Mr. Loch, tht Secretary to the " Charity Organ ization Society." First he shows that' "General" Booth includes amongst the " destitute or the poor est " class in London 509,000 per sons whom Mr. Charles Booth, in his book from which the General quotes, describes as " neither ill nourished nor ill-clad according to any reasonable standard." Again, the "General " includes amongst "starving and homeless in London" 121,000 casual labor ers. Yet, says Mr. Loch, if the million sterling he asks for as 'earnest money,' bo subscribed how small a number of these could he actually employ on even the cheapest terms." Then, neither in regard to his city colony or work shops, his shelters nor his social work generally does Booth supply data. The reader of "In Darkest England " cannot learn how man' have passed through these shelters, etc., how long they have stayed, how often they have returned, how many have been really assisted. " The evidence so far as it is evi dence, seldom amounts to proof, the statements have therefore, in the main to be takeu for granted, and sometimes are in conflict with his own authorities." Mr. Loch quotes the history of similar attempts undertaken by the Governments of Holland, France and Germany leading in every in stance to comparative, if not com plete failure. One point, however, Mr. Loch seizes upon as a lesson to all chari table persons and institutions, that is the necessity of concentration and co operation. " There is in Loudon," he says, "a host of work ers already engaged on the prob lem, a host much larger than all the officers of the Salvation Army here. They have, very many of them, special local knowledge, and they represent a great variety of forces and influences. Connected with many churches and chapels attached to many charitable insti tutions, there are clergy and min isters, visitors and almoners drawn from many classes of society." "Yet concentration and organization are lacking. The true remedy lies there. Nothing but a concentration of trained force equivalent to the evils to be re moved, can work a lasting reform." " To effect this has been the long endeavors of the Charity Organiza tion Society." to accompany His Majesty on his illness." tour inrougu ooutueru umuiuia, State Senator Whitney of Alameda county, who accompanies the party Jt A I A t A. as one laminar wun ine country passed through. Just before the train departed for the south, in response to the gen eral demand, the Maor appeared upon the rear platform of the car SUPREME COURT. Club, Hubash's jewelry store, ante ice Cream Par'ors, Ludwigsen & Cron s Ice Cream Parlor, or at the Depot. 2664-td Dark Room at Disposal of Amateurs. o Manufacturers of a Full Line of Thubsday, January 22. BEFORE M'CULLY, J. The Court opened at 10 a. m., with foreign jurors present. A recess was taken from 10:55 a. m. till 1:30 p. m., and presented His Majesty to the and at 2:52 p.m. adjourned till this assemblage. This seemed to sat isfy- tho crowd, and the unusual xtp-town I AERATED WATERS ! Book, NeWS and Stationery Store.! Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day. of the Southern Pacinc Railroad accompanied them across the bay. A private car attached to the overland train accommodated the King and suite, and they will make use of the accommodation on their trip in lieu of staying at hotels. At San Diego. ' The King passed a quiet morning in his apartments at the big hotel, and attended to some private busi ness, which was explained to be the writing of a number of official and other letters to the officers of his government and others in his island kingdom. This evening (30th) His Majesty will be a guest of San Diego Com mandery, No. 25, Knights Templar, and a special session will be held. To-morrow he will visit Sweet water dam as the guest of the Land and Town Company and Frank and Warren Kimball. Thursday morning he will leave for the north. During and after his trip over the city yesterday afternoon the King expressed great admiration for the beauty of the surroundings. In fact, he was enthusiastic, and remarked to Hon. Olin Wellborn, who escorted him in the carriage, that the climate and surroundings were so attractive that he should like to have a residence here. The palms and other tropical trees and shrubbery gave the place an ap pearance more like the scenes at Honolulu than he bad found in any other city in the United States. He also again manifested much in terest in the commercial capabili- ties of the harbor. After the reception Jast evening, he expressed a high sense of appre ciation for the hospitality and courtesy shown him by the people of San Diego, and again expressed a desire to become better ac quainted here, and said he should dj so on another visit. On Wednesday (Dec. 31st) the King accepted the invitation of the National City & Otay Eailroad Comnanv to visit the Sweetwater dam and Tia Juana. During the trip Mr. Kimball explained to him the process of curing olives and making olive oil. - The King re marked that there wa3 much un utilized land in his country suit able for the growth of the olive and that it was a business in which small holders could engage. The main industry of the islands being sugar, small holders were excluded, or if they engaged in the business 'it was at the risk of losing their lands. The Sweetwater dam enterprise called forth his admiration and he remarked that there were many sites in his country for storing water. Ho admired Mr. Whitney's orange orchard in Sweetwater Tho multitude of fine homes and small holdings at Chula Vista were remarked upon. On the return trip the ladies of the party sang some Hawaiian airs, the King joining in. His Majesty is a comnoser of music and has a magnificent voice. All who met the King were impressed with a sense of his social and intellectual accom plishments.and join in wishing that commercial relations between his kingdom and San Diego county may be benefited by his visit. Leaves San Diego. King Kalakaua and suite left vestcrdav, January 1st, by early train for Riverside. Saturday will bo spent in Los Angeles and from thence the royal part' will go to Santa Barbara, where a stop of several days will be made before returning to San Francisco. All unite in the highest expressions of pleasure over their trip to San Diego county and of the grandeur and extent cf tho palatial hotel on the beach. At Los Angeles. . David Kalakaua the eighth mon arch who has ruled the Kingdom sight of American citizens cheering a King was witnessed. His Maiesty regarded the crowd with the utmost sang froid and took the matter very coolly. While standing upon the platform and surveying the multitude he puffed away at a cigar with evident satis faction. King Kalakaua is a very ordi narv-looking personage, even if he is king. He is of average height and his skin is well tanned. Ho was attired in black clothes and wore a soft, light hat. He has a mustache with light goatee and o - side whiskers. The car in which the party are travelling is a special of the Cen tral Pacific The "Sacramento." It 0 i J 1 is very handsomely iurnisneu auu fitted un. and the King and his friends live in it altogether while upon their trip. At San Bernardino. This city was visited this fore noon, Jan. 2, by King Kalakaua and suite. They were shown throughout the city by the City Trustees. The King was well pleased with ' Southern California climate. Los Angeles, January 2. King Kalakaua and suite arrived from the south and spent the day at Ray mond. To-night they attended the performance of " Carmen " at the Opera Jtiouse, returning to itay mond for the night. To-morrow the King will come to Los Angeles and hold a reception at the City Hall in the eveuing. He will be tendered a banquet at the Cali fornia Club. The jroyal party leave for Santa Barbara Sunday -11 t - morning, a mixed jury win De in attendance to day. The cases disposed of were: Joe G. Barros vs. Antane Borba. Assumsit. Over from October Term, 1890. Discontinued. C. W. Ash ford for plaintiff; J. M. Davidson for defendant. K. Rycrof t vs. Richard Oliver. Re covery of a judgment of January 13, 1880, for 1,077.10. Wai?er of jury filed, and the matter continued in definitely. W. O. Smith for defendant. Alex. J. Campbell vs. P. G. Cama- rino. Covenant. Over from October Term, 1890, continued for the term : costs upon the defendant. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff; A. P. Peterson for defendant. C. R. Bishop et al, Trustees, vs. Chong Chow et al. Ejectment, con tinued by agreement of counsel. Car ter for plaintiff; Davidson for de fendant. Lee Sing vs. Quong Yick Kee. As sumpsit. Defendant's appeal from Police Conrt. Defendant not appear m l ing, appeal dismissed; coses upon defeodant. J. A. Magoon for plain tiff. King vs. Angee vs. Ah Hung vs. Ah Fook. Perjury. Over from October Term, 1890. Demnrrer for defendants. Argued and decision re versed. Attoruey-Goneral Peterson vr Crown; C. W. Ash fcrd for de fendants. . LADIES! GET YOUR HOLLISTER & CO.. 109 Foit li el HONOLULU, 79 q II. New v Stamping Ontfits Also, a full supply of the CELEBRATED TOYS Jan V NOT TOR SALE! AND DOLLS ! BUT GIVEN AWAY ! rritt -:- Typewriters! Just to hand per Australia. TlfOS. B. THIiUM. 13 16 13i-y Proprietor. A VALUABLE PREMIUM morning At the performance to-night Miss Juch was called before the curtain, and Kalakaua arose and personally handed the singer a handsome bou quet, in the center of which nestled a diamond broocn oi, Deautiiui ae sigu. At Santa Barbara. King Kalakaua and his arrived party here at noon to-day (Jan. 4), and was met at Carpenteria by the lieception Committee appointed bv the City Council and escorted to the city. Several thousand per sons were at tne station to receive His Majesty. He and his suite were taken to the Arlington Hotel, where a brief informal reception was held, and an address of welcomo was read by Mayor P. J. Barber. A handsomely engrossed copy of the address was presented to the King. To-morrow he will go to Ellwood Cooper's ranch to see the olive oil works, and tho next day he will visit various points of interest in the vicinity. On Tuesday night he will bo tendered a grand reception and ball by the citizens. The offi cials of the various town in South ern California have been invited, and the ball will be an elaborate affair. Tho royal party will remain until Wednesday. Comments on the Trip. When King Kalakaua was about to leave on his trip to the southern part of the state, George E. Whit- new was invited to be one of the royal party. He met the King at his island kingdom about three years ago, and with others of a company of Masons of which he was a member was magnificiently entertained by the regal host. King Kalakaua remembered well Mr. Whitney, and was delighted to meet him again during his present trip. None of the party had been to the southern part of the State before, and as Mr. Whitney is thor oughly familiar with Southern Cali fornia he was asked to go some what as adviser and cicerone. Tho King and his party returned this morning to San Francisco. Mr. Whitney, speaking of the trip to a Tribune reporter to day, said that the royal party had visited Coro nado, San Diego, San Bernardino, the Raymond at I'asadena, River side, Los Angeles and Santa Bar- TOYS AND DOLLS GIVEN AWAY- AT N.. S. SACHS', 104 Fort St. i Holiday Goods ! tjCfli you are in search ol H ilidav Goods, call upon us, aud Fee 1 he IMMENSE VARIETY of iNOVELTIE i we are displaying, suitable for CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS' PRESENTS A Much-Named Family. There is a family living near the Fair Grounds in Athens consisting of seven children. The parents seem to like a superfluity of names. The first child m named Mary Maga'i:ia Mandy Mecttim Elizabeth Bety Polly Mack Barrett. The second cbild is named Alice Georgia Ann Yoretia Barrett. Tho third child is named Mattie Frances Anna Tranna Barrett. The fourth child is named Emory Sepcr Walker Buster Barrett. The fifth child is named Tila Cory Coston Estelle Liniment Eltie Isi duler Barrett. 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