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DA1LX PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 17, 1891. ?i 14 n n I J! Hi ,!1 ?5 Jl Bn dutljoritn It has pleased Her Majesty the Queen to re-appoint the following gentlemen to be members of Her Privy Council of State: His Excellency Hon. John Owen Dom inis, Honorable? Archibald Scott CIcghorn. Charles R. Bishop, Albert Francis Judd, Godfrey Rhodes, J. Mott Smith, His Excel lency Hon. Herman A. Widernann, Hon- " orable Henry If. Whitney, John A Cum mini. His Excellency Hon. A. I. Carter. -j Honorables John "s. Walker, William James Smith, Lawrence McCully, William K. Allen. D. Kahanu.John Edward Bush, Curtis Piehu Iaukea. licore W. Macfar. - lane, Panl Pnhiula Kanoa. William Dewitt Alexander, His Excellency Hon. Samuel Parker, Honorables Paul Neumann, Ed ward Kamakau Lilikalani, Junius Kaae, .John T. Baker, Robert Hoapili Baker. - Samuel Mills Damon, John K. Kauna- inano, AUred ewton Tripp, J. G. Hoa pili, Frederick H. Hayaelden, William G Irwin, D. H. Nabinu, George E. Richard on, Antone Rosa, Joseph B. Atherton, John Thomas Waterhouse, Jr., and John Ena. Iolani Palace. March 7th. 1S01. ; 2715-3t 1367-lt It has pleased Her Majesty the Queen to appoint the following named gentlemen as Members of Her Personal Staff with the rank of Colonel: Hon. Curtis Piehu Iankea, ' Col. James Earbottle Boyd, Hon. Robert Hoapili Baker, : Major John Domims Holt. Jr., Major Henry F. Bertiemann. Hon. John T. Baker. Hon. Wo. Henry Cornwell. Iolani Palace, Marh 14. 1891. t has pleased Her Majesty the Queen to appoint . James William Robertson, Esq., and Ctptain Samuel Nowlein, Members "of the Staff of the Governor of Oaha, with the rank of Major. Iolani Palace, Mirch 11. 1891. 2714-2t 13GQ-U Reward. A reward of $250 will be paid to any per son who will give information which will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who have committed burglaries within three weeks last past. CHAS. B. WILSON, '. Marshal. Honolulu, March 12, 1891. : 2712-15t , Reward. : A reward of $500 will be paid to the per son who will give information which will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who set Hon. A. Rosa's house on fire on the morning of the 10th iost. CHAS. B. WILSON, Marshal. Honolulu, if arch 12, 131. 2712-15t Reward. A reward of $100 will be paid to the per son who will give information which will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who stole from the premises of Geo. L. Dall, situated on School street near Liliha street, Pour . Fancy Roosters on the night of March 11, 1891. CHAS. B. WILSON, Marshal. Honolulu, March 12, 1891. 2712-15t THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCUL ADVERTISER B Jnat and fear not; Let all the ends thou alm'at at be Thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1891. J POLITICAL AFFAIRS ABROAD. .The foreign news by tho Ala meda is of more than usual inter eat. Dispatches from Chile are contradictory and perhaps equally nnreliablo when representing either tide of the question, but the bal ance of evidence as far as we can judge at this distanco appears to be in favor of the insurgents. From Iquique in the north it is reported, February 9th, that the insurgents are maintaining a strict blockade oi me town, ana mat it is only a question of a few days or hours when they will have complete con trol of the city. A German steamer arriving at Callao reports a Cbi lean corvette (presumably insur gent) patrolling the Straits of Ma gellan, and at Coronel, a cooling port in tho south, she saw the Esmeralda fire repeatedly on the forts of tho town-and drove the rebel troops on store inland. The blockading vessels in the port of Valparaiso keep a strict watch over tbe port, and would not allow the Roma to enter, she accordingly landed her Valparaiso freigbt at Coquimbo. A. small sheet printed at Valparaiso says, "Up to Janu ary 31st Iquique, Valparaiso and Coneepcion remained faithful to the Constitution and supported the army which is patrioticaliy defend ing tho interests of the people and nation. -At Santiago the largest meeting ever held in Chile passed resolutions calling on President Balmaceda to give proof ot his patriotism and change his politica advisers. The Supreme Court in Santiago has endorsed the conduct of Congress, and stated that vari ous acts of Balmaceda since Jan uary 1st arc illegal. The British ships Champion, Acorn, and the Pheasant are on the Chilean coast and tho Flagship Warspite expected momentarily, February 9th, at Valparaiso. Coquimbo and La Suena are aiding the insur gents. The U. S. S. Baltimore is expected to arrive in Chilean waters in the second week in March, when, it is supposed, Ad miral McCaun will shift his flag from the Pensacola to the Balti more. It is also probable that the Charleston will join the South Pa cific Squadron, instead of tho San Francisco which will be attached to the iforth Pacific Squadron as Flagship of Admiral Brown. Tho Canadian elections up to March 9th, give the numbers as, 117 Conservatives and 93 Liberals, being a majority for the former of 24, with five constituencies yet to be heard from. This, though a smaller majority than was expect ed by Sir John Macdonald and his friends is held by the Conservative party to be satisfactory. For Hawaiian news which is Veally new we must look abroad. At Chicago, on March 6th, a Mr. Gladding of San Francisco, who is " thoroughly acquainted with Ha waiian affairs," says, "I believe tbe report that General Ashford is in possession of Hawaii, for I know what kind of a man the General is. He (Asbford) told me three montbs ago that the native party was weak and the missionary party not over strong. What is wanted is some enterprising man to head r movement to securo tho sympa thisers from both parties. I be lieve now," says this well-informed gentleman, " that the enterprising man he meant was none other than himself. I am certain," proceeds this well-informed, etc., " that Ash ford was in London two weeks before the King's death, but ho must have reached Honolulu in 'the Charleston which conveyed Kalakaua's body home!!" "I would not be surprised to learn by next steamer from Honolulu that Volney V. Ashford, llhnoisan, was handling tho Ha waiian Kingdom," etc. At. Clicatc;0'-i.lo M.r. Abtr&Ltkixk i Hoffnung, Hawaiian Charge d' Affaires in London, has also been interviewed, and " smiled when his attention was drawn to a dispatch stating that one Volney V. Ash ford was at the head of an insur rection against tho Queen. It is most improbable." "The report, too, about the Queen call ing for the resignation of the Min isters is doubtless incorrect." It is not unlikely that a treaty will be made with Australia, with the result that certain of tho privi leges which the United States now mi TTfi . J oniov wouia cease, ine umieu States, though, is the natural mar ket of Hawaii, and a very littlo r effort on the part of this (the U. S Government) would retain all the privileges it now enjoys." The Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks in the Navy Do partment, speaking of the approp riation of $700,000 for a naval dock at Pearl River, said nearly all of this lanre amount would be re- quired to blow up the reef at the mouth of tho harbor, and several hundred thousand more would be required to build the dock. 1 find ought to have been credited to tho " Honolnlu Diocesan Maga zine'published under the direction of the Bishop, so in the matter of the Rev. Mr. Gowen's non-return probably the wish was father to the thought. Anglican. - March 15, 1891. CORRESPONDENCE. We do not bold ourselves responsible for (he statements made, or opinions expressed by our correspondents. OUR SAX FRANCISCO LETTER. I'er O. S. H. Alameda, S.sn Francisco, March 7. 1891. (From our special correspondent.) ' Regarding Rev. Mr. Gowen. JlE. .Editor: a paragraph m this morning's Advertiser has at tracted a good deal of attention from tho many friends in this city of the Kev. U. ti. liowen, who is said to have "definitely announced to the Secretary of the Society for the Propagation of tho Gospel that no nas no intention oi returning Honolulu." Mr. Gowen's friends would be glad to learn whence this piece o information was derived, as it con flicts directly with tbe latest cor respondence addressed by Mr, Gowen to this country. several letters were received here by tbe last mail from Mr G., who writing from Great Yar mouth on the 13th February last say " I am sorry 1 can't return at once partly because I have prom ised to abide by the Archbishop's advice, and partly because I am hoping for a more satisfactory ar rangement before my return." Mr. Gowen speaks of his present work and derangement of his plans by unexpected delay, but hopes that a month hence certain correspond ence will have reached a stage that may enable him to look forward more clearly. The paragraph in the Advertiser Concluded. The Tourist Business. A. Usee, who represents the Oceanic Steamship Company as their tourist agent, ba leen doing a great service for the I&lamls in Southern California, whither he went to work up the tourist business. He has sent circular after circular to all the most noted visitors to the state this year, and when invited to call he has ita parted to them much valuable information about the Islands. San Francisco News. A scandal has been created at Sacra mento by the statement in the Exam iner that Elwood Bruner, representative from Sacramento, has been bartering places on the San Francisco police force for $400. The Southern Pacific Company has been heavily damaged by recent storms in Southern California. Many washouts are reported and the city of Yuma has been flooded. By the terms of tbe Post Office Ap propriation bill just passed by Congress San Francisco gets $1,250,000 for a new post office site. The remains of Captain J. H. Colcord, master of the ill fated Elizabeth, have been found on the rocks near where the Elizabeth was lost. The wreckage of the Klizabetb is being gone over by Captain T. P. H. Whitelaw. The Chinatown highbinders are pre paring for another battle, the opposing societies beine the Eh Ying Tong and c'ney Sing Tong. The Nicaragua Canal. The Nicaragua Canal Bill which gave promise of a successful career m the earlier part of the last session of Con gress, and which caused a great deal cf hot discussion, was gradually relegated to oblivion and was finally lost sight of entirely during the wind-up of the ses sion. The objections to it were princi pally Democratic and directed toward the doctrine of giving Government sup port to private corporations. An at tempt was made to save the measure by offering an amendment providing that after aterm of years subsequent to the completion of the canal, it should be de livered to tbe Government upon the pay ment to the canal company of 5 per cent of the $10,000,000 advanced by the Gov ernment. This effort failed and when it was shown that the expenditure of this immense amount of money was to be in the charge of private parties and not under Government supervision, the bill lost its charms, and was never called up With a Jarjre democratic majority in the next House there is no possibility of the bill getting favorable consideration for two years at lsast. American News. An English syndicate which has been trying to purchase the Moune Plow Works at Moline. Illinois, nas Drougnt suit against the company for $225,000 for breach of contract. lhe company backed out after the first deposit Was made. A Guttenbers bible formerly owned by Brayton Ives has been sold to J. W. Ellsworth for 14,8UU. xne dook was printed in 1450 and is in Latin. Ex-Senator Pierce of North Dakota is believed to be the one who will be ap pointed Minister to Central America to succeed Mizner. Secretary Tracy has made the state ment that the nav WU need six to nine more battleships of 10,000 tons each, four to six harbor defense vessels and twelve torpedo boats. Then the navy will be a better fighting one than that of any country, not excepting Eng land . The additional cost he places at $65,000,000. The Treasury Department's latest re port by Special Agents Goff Lavender, Murray and Nettleton shows that the number of the fur seals on the Pribilov islands has been reduced by 75 per cent in the last few years. If the destruction continues there will be no seals left for England and America to quarrel over. C. S. Bushnell of New Haven has in vented a new dynamite gun for use on torpedo boats. It will destroy any net ting around a warship and the charge will go 750 feet under water before ex ploding. Annie E. Dickenson, the lecturer, is insane. The spring auctions of California horses are in progress in New York. Stock from Stanford's, Corbett's, Valensia's and Rose's farms has been sold at good figures. Nine members of the Mafia, the Ita lian highbinders society, are on trial in New Orleans for the murder of Chief of Police Hennessey. Tbe evidence thus far adduced is very convincing. Suit is to be brought by tha heirs of the late John C. Fremont to recover Alcatiaz island in the bay of San Fran cisco. Chicago is to have the tallest building in the world. It will be twenty-four stories high and will be built entirely of steel. Leonard Jerome one of the leaders of the American turf died at New York on the 4th inst after a short illness. The Congressional Committee on Chi nese immigration has made a report favoring more rigid exclusion measures than now in force. Twenty-eight thousand coal miners of Western Pennsylvania have struck for will make a summer cruise in the Beh-rin- sea. General Ezeta has been formally de clared President of Salvador. Heavy stocks of silver are being sold by Americans in London in consequence of the failure of Congress to pass a free coinage law. Sir Charles Dilke has announced him self as a candidate for Paliament from Gloucester. He has published a circular tending to exculpate him from the scan dal which led to his retirement from English public life some years ago. The Canadian elections have resulted in the re-election of a Conservative ma jority to the Legislature, though the majority is smaller than before. This is considered an endorsement of Sir John Macdonald 's policy. The Chilean war f t ill continues, and at latest reports the insurgents were get ting the best of it. They hold the nitrate ports and blockade all others. It is re ported that tiieie is danger of a famine in Santiago. Guatemala is preparing for another wr.r. $4,000,000 have been raised by President Barillos to sustain hi govern ment. Bavaria's crazy kin:, Otto, is dying. Professor Liebrich ha3 announced a new remedy for consumption. He will shortly appear before the Berlin Medical Society. Empress Frederica has left France, after vainly trying to persuade French artists to exhibit their works in Ger many. Her visit nearly precipitated a political crisis. The relations between France and Germany are much less cordial than before she went to Paris. The Australian Federation Conference met at Sydnev on the 2d inst. The results of its deliberations are not yet known. The Chinese Government has apolo gized to the Knssian Government for the Russian Minister's reception inPekin. The French announce a new remedy lor consumption by inhalation. Xtw tt)rtrtisf.mtnts. H. F. WIOHMAN WATCH & CLUB! The SEVENTH Club is now being form ed. Come and secure a place in this Club. Parties on the other island can remit by mail. The following drew their Watches on Monday, March 16th: Clcb 1 Member No. 31. Clcb 2 Member No. 33. Club 3 Member No. 45. Clcb 4 Member No. 56. Clcb 5 Member No. 43. Clcb 6 Member No. 47. We Have a Few More Places Open I &-Parties living outside of Honolulu desiring to join one of the Clubs can make their payments by mail. 8""These watches are cased in solid 14 Karat Gold, with fine full ieweled Waltham Movements, and are warranted to be ac curate Time Pieces. S715-U 11. F. WICHMAN, Prof. H. F. WICHMAN JEWELRY ! SILVERWARE ! WATCHES ! , LEATHER GOODS GOLD PENS N() VELTIES ! & k fe tl H. F.WIOHMAN d&w E.Hackfeld & Co., -- HAVE Irteceived White higher wages. The River mines em ployed 15,000 of them, the Connellville coking district 12,000 more a d 1,000 more worked about the coking furnaces. Many Mormons are moving from Utah to their recently acquired lands in the State of Chihuahua, Mexico. Foreign News. tr" A complete statement of the result at tained by the use of Koch's lymph in the German hospitals has been pub lished. Out of 1,061 patients with in ternal tuberculosis 13 were cured, 171 considerably improved, 194 improved, 5S6 not improved and 46 died. Of 70S with external tuberculosis 15 were cured, 148 considerably improved, 237 im proved, 298 not improved and 9 died. The man-of-war Albatross has arrived at Panama and is about to investigate the fishing grounds near the Galapago Islands. The steamer found fine fishing banks in the Gulf of California. She PER IBW B4RKS CHARLOTTE AND JjO. PFLUGER, FROM GRlMANY AND ENG LAND: ros. roruana lement, (full weight); Fire licks, Fire Clay, Kock fclt, Steel lils, Fish Plates, Bolts and Spiki, Sugar toolers, Sheet tead, Sbett Zinc, Fence Tire Staples, black and gal van iid ; Stockhlm Tar, Bags, lagging and Twine, Wrapptg Paer, Printing Paper, iS ASSOBTMEXT OF : Brownlow's Filters, Viennl Furniture and Iron Garden Furniure, Pianos efc., GROCERIES, Mineraj Taters, Liquorf Eeer, etc. Crockeyand Glassware, Demijohns, etc.t;., etc. 2714-tf p EMERSON, OFFICE Wort St.. (formerly Dr. Tuc- er's office). Office His 0 to 11 a. m., and 2 to 3 r. m. ; Suniiv 9 to 10 A. m. Bell Telahme No. 51. Residence 5 School stree. 270i-3mq ' 1 JXtw CXitotxtistmznls. WINDMILLS. If yon want a windmill to be oper ated bjr tho least possible wind Buy an Aermotor. It you want a windmill that has little machinery and that little of the tery best quality Buy n Aermotor. If yon want a windmill that does not get ' cranky " Buy an Aermotor. If you want a windmill that will pump water to your house and thus add twenty years of solid comfort to your life . Buy an Aermotor. If yon want a windmill that will pump water for your house, and your barn, that will run the feed cutter, the corn sheller and the buzz saw Bay an Aermotor. If ?ou want a windmill that will not rust or rot, that will not blow down in a gale of wind and will operate as well in strong or light winds Buy an Aermotor. The Aermotor will last longer, give better satisfaction and is cheaper than any other windmill on the market. For sale by THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY. Fort street, Opposite Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu. THE "BEST" TONIC CURES DYSPEPSIA, STRENGTHENS THE SYSTEM, RESTORES SOUND REFRESHING SLEKp, PRICELESS TO NURSING MOTHERS. To Qckbtiox is Sometimes Ag-ced Tell us concisely which ailments The " Best " Tonic will most effectually cor- all ". - rr- w . ,1 au nerve .irouDies, uosa ot Sleep, Loss of Appetite, General Debility, Exhaus tion from any c.' use. To those Recover ing from Illness, nothing better can be prescribed. A WALKING MATCH. Foa Athletss. " We the undersign ed participants in the six-days' walking match, ending at the Mechanics' Pavil lion, February 27, 1889, fully endorse the Yitaliting effects of The "Best" Tonic. Frank Hart, Charles J. Sheridan, Gus Guerrero, Pat Guerrero, Old Sport Cara pana, James Davis, Oofty Goofty, John Brodie, E. C. Moore, Thomas Howarth, George Cartwright, James Leahy, Gus Brown, L. Crosier. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Pole Agists Honolclc. P. 0. Box 604 Telephone 46. 1362 26S8-3m EIGHTEEN HEAD OF Driving and Work Horses Work to any harness single or double. -ALSO One Stallion, Black Prince." EIRD 07 HEREFORD COWS AND BULLS Theee are thoroughbred, and pedigree furnished. Also, ONE .. JERSEY, Pedigree furnished. All the above Stock in good condi tion, and can b seen at Waikkr & Red ward's 8tables on King treet. R. I. GREEN. 2707-tf TO HOUSEKEEPERS tsJ Ask Your Grocer for Starr's Best Roller-made Choice Extra FLOUR! Best and Cheapest in This Market. CThis brand has been used by many persons during the past ear and has given satisfaction. C. BREWER & CO.. L'c, 2706-lm Aukxts. R EAD THE DAILY ADVERTISER u you want the latest news DCctu Ctitorrtiscmnite'. PACIFIC HAEDWARE CO., LU Fort Street, Honolulu. THE BEST WINDMILL KNOWN ! 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