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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 9, 1892.
Department or Interior, )
Honoixix, Feb. 8, 189-'
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
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Thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's.
FEB. 9, 1892.
The list of members of the com
ing Legislature published this
morning will be subject to revision
when the final returns are received
from the districts not yet fully
heard from, viz., Kau, part of Kona
and Puna, on Hawaii, and Hana on
Maui. The candidates now sup
posed to be elected who may be
affected by the vote in these dis
tricts, aro Young and Hoapili on
Hawaii and Josepa on Maui. De
cisive intelligence will be received
by the Kinau to-morrow. It is
probable that all three are elected.
In the political classification we
have made, there is a good deal of
guess work. Several of tho natives
elected are more or less uncertain
quantities. But one thing is clear,
and that is that in the worst case
the Liberals are outnumbered and
An account of the work in pro
gress on the new church is pub
lished in another column, which
shows that the building going up
on the corner of Hie-hard and Bere
tania streets will be a valuable im
provement to the city. A large
sum, $35,000, is required, however,
to complete the work, and subscrip
tions will have to be liberal if the
church is not to be saddled with a
debt. It is hoped that everyone
who has an interest in the enter
prise will open his heart and his
purse, whether he is a member of
the church body or not. Particu-
lurly is it to be wished that funds
may be obtained for the purchase
of a fine organ. An organ fund is
something to which all music lovers,
and indeed the non-religious public
generally, might well contribute,
since the musical advantages offer
ed will be free to all and something
which everyone can enjoy. An
effort is now being made to secure
by subscription the money neces
sary to complete the building.
It has been suggested that an
apology is due Mr. Kauhi for the
offense of classifying him with the
Liberals. Mr. Kuuhi is said to have
little complacency in Hush & Co.,
and to possess sense enough to ap
preciate the benefits of a railway to
his native town, and the good
points of the man who built it. In
one of his dramatic addresses the
other day, Mr. Kauhi called on his
hearers to decide whether to stay
with civilization and the railroad or
relapse into barbarism and the
maro. To a man they voted against
the maro. Pcrhans if he had been
brought to Honolulu to electioneer
for Mr. Dillingham the result might
have been different.
As to Mr. Kauhi's party aflilia
tious, it is strictly accurate to say
that he has none. He is an inde
pendent who returned himself from
his pocket borough.
A TOTTERING HERO.
A Hawaii correspondent of the
Bulletin speaks of the election of
Koahou in Central Hilo as one that
has given general satisfaction. He
was opposed by Liberal candidates,
whom he defeated badly. This is
only one of many indications that
the idolizing of Bush and Wilcox is
practically confined to Honolulu.
On Maui, observers of the situation
say that the feeling of the natives
toward theso two popular heroes is
decidedly cool, while the results in
Kauai seem to indicate that the
Liberal candidates would have
polled more votes if Wilcox had
kept away altogether. The wind
which has carried that gentleman's
name and fame to the ends of the
earth, has tarned his head indeed,
but has blown hvffip'eTgoCKl in
tnis country, manjfs country
men beginning to regard him as
what the Moreno-inspired Ameri
can papers call him, the Head of
the Annexation Party in Hawaii.
Indeed, the indications of declining
popularity are not wanting, and it
is safe to say that the figure of this
world-renowned, hero is beginning
to totter on its pedestal.
THE UNITED STATES AND CHILE.
The Chilean news received by
the Transit a few days since is con
firmed by advices brought by the
W. II. Dimond. It appears that
Chile has made an ample apology
to the United States, and it looks
as though the war-cloud had ceased
to trouble the horizon. There is
still time however for the news
papers to work up a new war-scare
if not actually a war, and they will
doubtless do all that lies in their
power in that direction. It appears
that young blood in Chile protests
most hotly against any submission
to the United States, and this is
matter enough for a great sensa
tion, so that tho steamer Thursday
may bring intelligence of a fresh
turn of Fortune's wheel.
The unscrupulousness of the
American press has been strikingly
illustrated by the wanton way in
which it has circulated uncon
firmed or positively false rumors in
regard to a possible war with
Chile. If a war had come, it might
have been largelj' due to journal
istic levity and recklessness. The
good sense of the American people
has prevented them from being
carried away on a wave of excite
ment' which might have precipi
tated tho country into an unneces
sary contest. Great credit seems
to be due also to tho President and
his Cabinet, who as far as can be
learned at this writing, have con
ducted this delicate negotiation
with equal firmness, dignity and
The Illustrated Tourists' Guide.
That popular work, "The Tourists'
Gums Through the Hawaiian Isl
ands," is meeting with a steady sale
both at home and abroad. Tourists and
others visiting these islands should be
in possession of a copy of it. It is a per
fect mine of information relating to the
scenes and attractions to be met with
here. Copies in wrappers can be had at
the publication office, 4o Merchant
street, and at the News Dealers. Price
If you don't take the Advertiser
you don't get the news!
Election of Nahinu Confirmed ,
Naxareta, the liberal Can- J
didate Retired. ;
The Steamer Mokolii arrived last j
night, and brought the news of the I
defeat of Nazareta, the Liberal can
didate, as well as of Kapaehaole and
the others standing, by G. S. Nahinu.
Rumors of this result had already
reached Honolulu through private
sources. The election of Nahinu
was unexpected, as the liberal was
supposed to be the strong candidate.
Nahinu is declared by those who
know him to be an auti-Wilcox man.
The Mokolii also brought the returns
for the Road Board.
MOLOKAI B EPBE8 ENTATIV ES.
G. S. Nahinu (elected j 106
A. P. Kapaehaole 103
J. Nazareta. St D1
W. Kala 12
Kapaehaole will contest the elec
tion. BOAD BOABD.
S. K. Kupihea.
WEDNESDAY, Feb. lO
A.t lO o'clock A.. TVI.,
At the Residence of W. K. LOVE,
Emma Street, above Emma Square, I
will sell at Public u- tiou, the Entire
Household Furniture, comprising
Black Hair-Cloth Sofa
Wicker Rockers and Chairs',
B. W. Center Tables,
Oak Bedroom Sets,
Mattresses, Mopquito Nets,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
B. W. Sideboard.
Large Koa Book Case
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
Lawn Mower, etc.
And a Fine Collection of
Rare Ferns !
J as. F. Morgan,
ON SATURDAY, FEB. 13th, 1892,
A.I 12 o'clock noon,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, Hono
lulu will be sold the Property
known as the
AT KAUHI, HONOLULU,
With all the Improvements, Imple
ments, and Material as now
The Brewery Lot !
Being about one Acre of Real Estate,
running from King street to the line of
the Oahu Railway with Buildings,
Fences, Arterian Well, etc., a plot of
which may bo eeen at the time of the
The Brewery Building and Machinery
Consisting of concrete cellar, insulated
clarifying room, fermenting room, dry
air refrigerating room, boiler, engine,
malt mills, screw cutting lathe, Hooker
brass pump, Blake steam pump, Blake
feed pump, boiling plant, with a five
hundred gallon wooden tun, a five hun
dred gallon mash tun, mash machine,
boiling tun, coolers, etc.
The Franchise !
OF GILBERT WALLER,
granted under Chapter LXXII. of the
Session Laws of 1S8G for fifteen years
from February 4, 1887, authorizing the
brewing of mak liquor, the license fee
for which is paid in full to the end of
the term. The consent of the Minister
of the Interior is necessary to the trans
fer of this Franchise, bat the Minister
has already consented to a sale to any
resjxmsible person or company, and in
tending purchasers would do well to
make some preliminary conditional ar
rangements in this matter.
A right of way is reserved along the
lane leading to the lower lands, as is
also the use of water from the well, as
The right to fix an upset price at the
time of the sale is reserved. All deeds
at purchaser's expense.
"For further particulars apply to
Gilbert Waller at the Brewery, or to
Jas. J IVIorgan,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Id.
Monday, Feb. 3, i8g2.
Election is over and from
the returns so far received it is
RVirlenr that some of the can-
didates were elected, and those
who were not are happy. In
the States such periods are
l00ked upon by the merchants
(t fl- h
apply here, but now that the
struggle is over, business com
mencing with to-day will im
prove and the people will settle
back into the same old furrow
of every day affairs.
Speaking of furrows our
" Hendry Breakers," by actual
test, will turn a furrow better
than any other breaker in the
market. We tried it at YVaia
lae, " all by its lonesome " and
the result was so gratifying
that it got into the papers.
The very next day a plantation
manager called on us and said
he had read the article and
wanted six of the plows, but
would not order them until he
had compared their work with
other and older plows. One
of ours was shipped to the
plantation and tried with a half
dozen others. The test was
eminently satisfactory to us
and to him. We have shipped
the other five plows to him and
he writes that " the 1 Hendry
Breaker ' did the work easier
and better than any of the
Constant inquiries regarding
the Fischer Wrought Steel
Range compel us to speak of
them again in this column.
They are made throughout
of wrought steel and will
stan'd a hundred fold more
knocks and bumps than they
are apt to get during the life
of any stove. The sides and
back are made of two folds of
steel and between them is
placed sheet asbestos for the
purpose of concentrating the
heat within the oven a very
excellent arrangement in a
climate as warm as this :
keeps the cook in a better
humor and the stove bakes
better than the one that throws
all the heat into the kitchen
The fire brick (?) is made of
steel and will not burn out as
bricks made of clay will, and
being made in a triangular
shape they may be turned from
time to time so that, as a mat-
mer of fact, they'll out last
the cook. We doubt very
much if you've ever had a
stove that would be hot enough
to bake fifteen minutes after
you had started the fire but
this is the case with a Fischer
Range and bake well, too no
"cook on the top and not on
the bottom business," but will
We've sold a great many of
the Fischer Steel Ranges and
have never heard of a pur
chaser being dissatisfied. There
is nothing about them that will
cause a kick. There's not a
weak point about them.
The term range is sugges
tive of bricks and mortar and
fixing the stove to the building
you live in. If you own your
house it would make no differ
ence, but if you don't "there's
the rub." The landlord might
tell you not to move the range
because the law permits him
to retain anything fastened to
the premises. The Fischer
Range is no different from any
other stove in this respect it
is not fastened permanently.
requires no bricking up and
may be moved about at your
pleasure. They are an inter
esting thinp- to look at and we
will be pleased to show you
their good points at any time.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., L'D.,
(Opp. Spreckels' Block),
Mav be a pleasing pastime, but
we take more pleasure in " Looking
Forward " to the time when the
growing population of Honolulu will
all become convinced that they can
buy Drugs and Toilet Articles for
14 hours each day, from 6:30 . m. to
8:30 p. m. at our New Store.
The last steamer from Australia
brought us an invoice of eroods.
which included some Pears' Soap.
You have already formed an opinion
as to its merits ; we know thousands
who have rendered a verdict in its
favor ; it is on trial in our store.
There are some things soap can
not remove, but our Velvet Pumice
Stone, put up in attractive little
blocks, will remove ink stains, dis
colorations and callous skin, leaving
tho hands beautifully soft and
cleanly. Sometimes you've had your
hands feel very rough and gritty.
Its a very unpleasant sensation
which can be avoided by having a
jar of our Cold Cream and apply to
the anected members. Sunburn and
chapped hands and faces will be
soothed and refreshed after using
We keep Powu?rs ! Most of them
harmless, especially the Complexion
Powders. We have all the popular
makes Pozzoni, Lablache, Swans-
down and others. Tooth powders :
Oriental, Thurston's, Lyon's, Cald
ers all good preparations for the
teeth. Tooth-powders are of little
account unless you have a good
Brush ; we believe ours are the best
in the town. Toothpicks, too, either
wood or quill, can bo had at oar
There are more people in Hono
lulu than any other town of its size
who keep horses. But sometimes
they don't keep they die. We know
that there is danger at this season of
the year. Animals should bo kept
in a healthy state, and there is notL
ing better than giving tnem our
Alterative Condition Powders
The Singer Manufacturing Co.'s Office
DAMON BLOCK, BETHEL ST.,
And you will be surprised at the Easy
terms you can get a
You will need to pay but $5 easl
down on the delivery of a Sewing Ma
ctnne, the balance in instalments oi $
per month . inis vou can see is a
great preference to a Machine Club, in
winch you have to pay your $1 per week
and someone has to wait for nearly a
year before getting a Machine.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
Hay, Grain am
The place to get it is at
J. F. COLBURN & CO.'s
Honolulu, Jan. 19, 1892. 2975-2w
PALMER I RICHARDSON
Styles of Architecture:
Eastlake, Queen Anne.
Renaissance, Gothic, Italian,
Classic and Norman,
In Stone, Brick, Iron or Wood
Best Modern Designs in Residences.
Cheap Artistic Cottages a Specialty.
Complete plans and specifications
given; also superintendence of construc
Chilton Block, - Upstairs,
Entranc on Fort St. 2867
The Agency for
MEDICINES, so long
lias beeii transferred to
S3IITH & CO., to whom
Sinned. CASTLE V COOKE.
Honolulu, H. L,
Having Been Appointed Agents for
WE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY THEM IN ANY QUANTITY
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
H O LUSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS
109 Pox-t Street.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU
Lamps 1 Lamp GroodLs
STOVES, TINWARE, & HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, CUTLERY.
SjSF" A Fine Stuck being Opened at the
NEW BUILDING, CUMMINS' BLOCK.
B. P. Ehlers & Co., 99 Fort St.,
AFTER TAKING STOCK OFFER EXTRA VALUES IN
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
WINDOW CURTAINS IN ANTIQUE;
Nottingham, Irish Point and Madras Chenille PORTIERES, Ftc.
Great Bargains i&
GENT'S UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
SCARFS, SOCKS, ETC., AT COST.
Dressmaking under the management of Miss K. Clarke
The Dai ly
held by our house,
all orders should
Feb. 4, 1892.
illation Ho i; Reel!
No handling of wet and dirty
o dragkMiiu the hose over the
graved, ami grass !
tfmWtSo necessity of unwinding
more hose than is necessary for use
the life of 'he Lose greatly prolonged.
JUST RECEIVED :
Taints, iis and Varnishes,
Toi eiitine, Lubricating Oils,