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Established July 3. 1856.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1892.
VOL. XV. NO. 3007.
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Every Morning Except Sundays,
At No. 40 Merchant St.
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTF CO.,
H. If. Whitney, Manager,
4(i Merchant St.,
Pustoffice Box O. Honolulu H. L
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
H. M. Whitney, Manager.
LEGISLATURE OF 1892.
( Arranged according to its probable politi
J. M. Horner
W. V. Horner
R. D. Walhridge
W. H. Cornwell
H. P. Bald win
G. N. Wilcox
P. P. Kanoa
Li. A. Thurston
A 1 Young
D. W. Pua
J. G. Hoapili
TIVES. J. Nawahi
J. N. Kapahu
( . IV Kamauoha
L. W. P. Kanealii
ij. W. Bipikane
C. W. Aahlord
S. K. Aki
S. K. Pua
J. K. Bush
U. W. Wilcox
J. A. Akina
W. O. Smith
W. C. Wilder
J. K. Kaunamano
Q. S. Nahinn
FORM. O. O. Berger
J. S. Walker
E. C. Macfarlane
(Not elected hy
J. A. Cummins
J. N. S. Williams
A. P. Peterson
Grand Total 34
The names of the foregoing list
are elassified according to the best
information which we have been able
to obtain. Farther knowledge may
of course necessitate some changes.
Several of the Hawaiians placed in
the Conservative list are doubtful,
but no names are there except of
men who beat the regular Liberal
candidates, and who so far as we can
learn are not in sympathy with the
Daily Mvertiser 50c. per month.
Her Majesty Gives a Royal Recep
tion at the Palacd Last
A List of the Ladies and Gentle
Her Majesty the Queen gave a
State dinner at the Palace last
evening. The State dining room was
profusely dressed with llowers and
evergreens. The table was exquis
itely decorated and presented one
of the handsomest sights imagin
able. The decorations were under
the immediate supervision of Mrs.
James W. Robertson, assisted by
Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Freeth, Mrs.
Clark, and Mrs. Norrio, and re
flected great credit on the ladies
mentioned for their artistic skill.
The royal dinner commenced
about 8 o clock and continued for
t Xt , ,
over two hours. iSo speech-mak-
ing was indulged in, but a number
oi toasts were otterea wisning xier
Majesty good health, a long reign
During the dinner the Royal
Hawaiian Band was stationed on
the Palace veranda adding their
share to the success of the even
ing. The following ladies and
.1 i tt -r x-.l
genuemen uusiues ner iuajctsiy
were present :
Mrs. A. Francis Judd, Mrs. Chas.
IS. Snencer. Mrs. H. A. Hideraann,
Ma TnKn T. Sfovons Mrs Jam
.'A ! V vXi - ' ' VV t i - . MAA k V mm m IVM I
H. ouehouse. Airs. John alker.
Mr0 InmPQ VV Rnhort.snn Mrs
Kautz, Mrs. Curtis r. laukea, Mrs.
William G. Irwin and the Misses
Prince Kawanannkoa, Prince Ka
lauian&ule, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Hon. A. Francis Judd, His Ex.
Charles N. Spencer, His Ex.
H. A. Widemann, His Ex. W. A.
Whiting, His Ex. John L. Stevens,
Senhor A. de Souz Canavarro,
Major James H. Wodehouse, Mons.
G. MBosseront d' Anglade, Mons.
Taizo Masaki, Hon. John S.Walker,
Major James W. Robertson, Hon.
Charles R. Bishop, Hon. Charles B.
Wilson, Captain Albert Kautz,
Lieut.-Comdr. E. Hunter Bla?r,
Medical Inspector Geo. W. Woods,
Colonel Curtis P. laukea and Hon.
William G. Irwin.
Hawaii's Trouble Solely Finan
cial. In conversation here recently,
about the rumors of changes in
Hawaii's method of government,
Mr. Spreckels said :
" There is no prospect of any
change as long as the present ruler
lives. All the reports to the con
trary are baseless. There will al
ways be complaints in any country
by those who are 'out' against those
who are ;in' office. Hawaii's trou
ble is solely financial, and has come
through the interference of the Mc
Kinley bill with her sugar traffic,
under treaty with the United States.
This country could help Hawaii
out of that trouble if the authori
ties were willing, I am sure.
"When I hear talk about annex-
i ing Hawaii to the United States,"
continued Mr. Spreckels, "I am al
ways reminded of an episode at a
banquet given in San Francisco to
the late King Kalakaua. He had
made a speech and several prom
inent Pacific Coast men followed,
nearly every one of whom men
tioned annexation in a jocular or
serious manner. Kalakaua finally
rose to his feet as one of them eat
down and said: 'I like this talk
about annexation very much and I
have a plan for carrying it into
execution. I will annex the united
States to Hawaii and rule over both
countries as Emperor as soon as
you are ready.'
"There was nothing more said at
the banquet about annexation."
New York Sun.
C. B. RIPLEY
A. REYNOLDS S
Office Si-reck els Block, Room 5,
Honolulu, H. L
Plans, Specifications, anil Superintend
ence given for every description of Build
ing. Old Buildings successfully remodelled
Designs for Interior Decorations.
Maps or Mechanical Drawing, Tracing,
ff Drawings for Book or Newspaper
E. M. WALSH,
Office In Cart Wright's Building, Mer
chant Street, (second door.)
L. A. THURSTON. W. F. FF.EAR.
THURSTON & FREAK,
Al torneys - at - Law,
HONOLULU, H. I.
-OUice over Bishop's Rank.
April 2. 1891. 1369-y 2804-q
CHARLES F. PETERSON,
Typewriter and Notary Public,
Office with L. A. Thurston. 2858-q
MISS 1). LAMB,
Stenographer aud Type-writer,
And Notary Public.
eti'Jl:0i,nt Merobarit S'
, ... ., M .
OFFICE 135 Fort St., (formerly Dr. Tuc-
0ffice Uo0ESg to A." M., am, 2 to 3
p. m.; Sundays, o to 10 a. m.
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lewera & Dickson''
Importer him! Dealers is; S.nilr
And all Kinds of Building Materials.
n0.s2 iout street, Honolulu 2so4
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
Office Kaahuinann Street,
(in othce formerly occapied bv Mr. C
124 Clay St., S. F. 40 tiueen st, Hono
M. W. McCHESNEY & SON,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Mer
chants and Importers.
40 Queen St., Honolulu. 2810-ly
WILLIAM C. PARKE.
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
A.ont to take Acknowledgments.
Office--No. 13 Kaahumann Street, iiono-2S72-y
luln, H. I.
JOHN T. WATERH0USE,
Importer and Dealer In
GENERAL ME RC HAN DISK.
No. 25-81 Quoen Htreet. Jlouolnln. 2804
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
General Commission Agents
Cor. tfort k Queen Sts., Honolulu.
W. E. R0WELL.
KtiLTineer and Surveyoi
Room 3, Spreckels' Block.
W1MJAM O. ACHI,
Attorney ami oooksbllob at law,
Notary Public nmi Ke&t Estate
Okfici- Merchant Street.
rrf Mtreet, O pHsi tr IVItdor A
h. j. nolte. pbofrxvtob.
First clasg Lnnchos Served with Tea, Collef!
Boda Water, Olager Ale or Mili.
Open From -i . m. till IO p. 111.
STHiuokers' Rquisltesa Specialty. 2804
THE ROYAL SALOON,
Dor. Kiinnnn anl Merliaut Ntreetn
Under the Manaeimnut of
iC. H. F. Wolter,
Keep always in stock a variety of the beet Wines.
LiqnorR, lieers. and Ice cold beers on draught at
to center glass
t4a!l nnl N p J'h.-M
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
P. O. Box S97,
UOME MALICIOUS PERSONS HAV
O ing circulated a rumor that we are
cointr out of business, we take pleasure in
announcing to the public in general and to
the trade in particular, that it is our in
tention to carry on our business in tin
future to the full extent as it has been
heretofore during the last 25 years. And
from the success we have made in our
business we feel assured that we will
stay another' 25 years. To be convinced
please call and examine our Stock and you
will fihd in our line the largest and best
assorted in the Hawaiian Islands.
2987 M13-lm HYMAN BROS.
Builders' and General Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
CUTLERY 1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
For i'uli Particulars and Latest Improvements and Requirements in the
BUILDING BUSINESS, call at NO. 75 and 77 KIN'S STREET, and if time
will permit, examine some of the Largest and Handsomest Building- Built
and Designed hy G. VV. LINCOLN, in
jgT"I think you will say that it
Mechanic who personally works and Superintends the same.
Mutual 1 those 659.
COX'S SEED CATALOGUE MAILED FREE.
It contains a description nnd price of Grass, Clover and Field MEEDS. Aus
tralian Tree and Shrub NEED. Native California Tree, Shrub and -lower
MEEDM (the largest assortment of Vegetable and Flower ME EDM. OfTCreU in the
United states), new varieties of Forage Plants, Grasses and CTo vera especially re
commended for the Pafifie. Coast. Holland, Jupan and California Hulbs. l-to"
assortment of Palm NEK DM, new and rare Plants, new Fruit. Our stock of E ruit
Trees consists of the best varieties of Prune. Plum, Apricot, Apple, I each, Cherrj ,
Olive, Fig aud Nut Trees, Grape Vines aud Small Fruits.
COX SEED AND PLANT CO.,
Successors to THOMAS A. COX & CO.,
411, 413 & 415 Sansome St.,
J. L. MEYER & CO.,
Builders, Contractors and Carpenters
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF FITTING DP STORES AND PUTTING
in STORE FRONTS of new and novel designs. All kinds of repairing
done promptly and neatly at Reasonable Rates.
OFFICE: 130 FORT STREET.
"P. O. Box 387.
11. O. ltrATlViVi iV oli
Dealers in Gent's Pine
Weston s I'entningais,
GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
the City and snburbrs of Honolulu.
pays to have work done by a Practical
75 and 77 King Street.
San Francisco, cai.
Mutual Tel. 662.
and Hotel Sts.,
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
Boston Line of Packets.
IMPORTERS WILL PL E ASK
take notice that the fine
ySgt BARK FOCHNG SDEY
Will sail from Boston for Honolulu about
FEBRUARY 1, 1S92.
-For further particulars apply to
8-1342082Q C. BREWER & CO.
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
WILDKR 8 STEAMSHIP CO.
Honoluln. 8ent. 5. 1890. 2836-q
JAMES NOTT, JR.,
Tl NSM 1TH Af, PLUMBER
Corner of Kins; ami AUbet St.i
Honolulu, H. L
TELEPHONE Workshop, Mutual 261
residence, Mutual, 236.
Estimates furnished on all classes
of Plumbing and Tinsmithing work. First
class workmanship and material guaran
teed in all the above brancnes oi mv uusi-
uess at reasonable rates. ASU4q
Contractor and Builder
No 54 King St. Mutual Tel. 716.
House, Sip and Ornamental Painting
Furnitare Miacie to Order.
MXAll orders promptly attended to
Charges moderate. 2957-ly
CANDY FACTORY and BAKERY.
F, HORN Practical Coniectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel St.
found k u
tfavicg been appointed Agente of tho
Above Company we are now ready to
.dh' t Insurances at the lowest rates of
H W. SCHMIDT A SONS.
DHS. ANDERSON k LUNDY,
Hotel St., opp. Dr. J. S. McGrcw'
ML E. Grossman, D.D.S.
93 HOTEL STREET.
Office Hovbs 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
GEO. H. DOLE.
Of Riverside, Cal.,
BEING CONSTANTLY IN RECEIPT
of letters of inquiry from the Hawaiian
stands regarding real estate in Southern
California, bas decided t oiler bis services
to the people of Hawaii as Agent for
purchasing orange rancbes and other real
estate, either in Riverside, or in any of the
neighboring towns. Reliable and unbiased
information furnished upon application.
tract and Title Co.
NO. MF.KCHANT ST.
HONOLULU, H. L
F. M. Hatch - - - President
Cecil Brown - Vice-President
W. R. Castle - - - Secretary
Henry E.Cooper, Treasurer & Manager
W. F. Frcar - - - Auditor
This Company is prepared to search
records and furnish abstracts of title to
all real property in the Kingdom.
Parties placing loans on. or contemnlat
ing the purchase of real estate will find it
to their advantage to consult the company
in regard to title.
All orders attended to with prompt
Mutual Telephone 138; Bell Telephone
152. P. Q. Box 325. 2960 1408-q
C. BREWER & COMPANY,
LI8T QW OrriOKBS:
J. O. Carter President
Geo. H. Robertson Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
Hon. W. F. Allen Auditor
HOU. (;. M Hlfbrtn. A-,l.nr
Merchant St, (Opp. Gazette Office).
(Formerly known as Union Carringe Co.)
BOTH TELEPHONES No. 400.
A f tor 11 1'. m.. Mutual Tel. No. 4851
So. 73 AfnaikMn Nfrt.
atUH.ROeT. LOVE, . r-rnprietran
Evf ry Description of Plain and Psnry,
Bread and (hackers,
-F B 1 rl 11
r-A N D
Always on Hand.
Ia)r.ud Onlsrs Promptly Attaded to,
A Fine Assortment.
Hand-painted Porcelain Dinner Set.
A few of thoM line hand-embroidered
BII-.14: unit BATIN SCliKKNH,
Assorted colon and patterns of Crepe
Silk Shawls. Elegant Tete-a te Cups
and Saucers. A tine lot of
A few of those handy Mosquito Urns.
Also, an assortment of new styles of
Rattan Chairs and Tables
Also, a small selection of J APANKSK
WING WO HAN & CO.
No. SS Nuuanu Street.
F. II . REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder
Urlok, Stone and Wooden Bnildink
Jobblnic Fromptly Attended te.
76 KING BTREET.
Ucll Telephone No. 3. V. O. Bel 2
SUN NAM SING,
No. lOP Nuuanu Street,
P. O. Box 175,
Regs to rail the attention of the pnblio to
their large and well selected
Stock of Japanese Goods !
Suitable for this market, which will
be sold at Lowest Prices.
O IVK J. L. MEYER, Til K PAINTER
VI a call and have your paper hanging
done promptly and neatly. 130 Fort St.
P.O. Box 387. Mut.Tel.662. 2823-ly