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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISISU, JAXUAKY 11, 1KU3.
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Yesterday morning when Pret-i- j
dent Walker called the House to j
order it was discovered that about
ten members were present, so the
President adjourned things until
the afternoon at 2 o'clock. It was
a noticeable fact that in the morn
ing there were no "haole" members
present, and various reports were
circulated for their non-attendance.
In the afternoon at 2 o'clock a
small number of native members
were in their seats and additions
kept constantly arriving until the
Secretary counted noses and found
about twenty-four honorables pres
ent. While all this was going on
no "hade" members made their ap
pearance, and it looked like the
House would have to be adjourned
again ; but in some manner a story
was circulated in the lobby that
a message would soon arrive from
the Palace, so everybody waited un
til it arrived. Nobody knew just
what the nature of the message
was until nearly 3 o'clock, when
the Secretary read a document an
nouncing that Her Majesty had
appointed a new Cabinet, the mem
bers of which had arrived and were
standing by the desks usually as
signed to Cabinet Ministers. It
was Samuel Parker, Foreign Af
fairs ; W. II. Cornwell, Finance ; J.
F. Colburn, Interior; and A. P.
The natives received the new
Cabinet with cheers, but the busi
ness men about town were not so
enthusiastic, as some of the
opinions expressed yesterday re
garding the new Ministers would
not look nice in print.
SOMK OF THE CA1UXF.TS.
The Legislature which will be
prorogued to-day will always be
remembered by the man' bad bills
it has passed, and by the number
of Cabinets which have been pre
sented and fired in turn. With the
Cabinet above mentioned there
have been five in all :
THE WIDEMANN CABINET.
Attorney-General W. A. Whiting.
Interior C. N. Sponcer.
Finance II. A. Widemann,
Foreign Affairs Samuel Parker.
THE MACFARLAKE CABINET.
Attorney-General P. Neumann.
Intorior C. T. Gnlick.
Finance E. C. Macfarlane.
THE CORNWELL CABINET.
Attornoy - General Chas. Creigh
Interior-C. T. Gulick.
Finance W. H. Cornwell.
Foreign Affairs Joseph Nawahi
THE WILCOX CABINET.
Attorney-General Cecil Urown.
Interior G. JN. Wilcox.
Finance P. C. Jones.
Foreign Affairs M. P. ltobinson.
i a "
Panama Canal Scandal.
The Panama Canal scandal has
about run its course in France and
tho Republic is still unshaken.
The Orleanists and Bonapartists
have failed to shako tho Govern
ment, and the excitement, after sev
eral days' hard experience, is sol
ider than ever.
Clemenceau and Devonlade
fought a, bloodless duel on the 22d
ult. The meeting was precipitated
by the Canal scandal.
It has transpired that only about
one-third of the money spent on
the Panama Canal went into act
ual construction work ; the balance
was spent in subsidizing others.
One of the leading New York pa
pers was paid over $100,000 to
favor the Canal as against the Ni
llibot, Premier of France, re
fused to fight a duel with An
dricux, leader of the Royalists.
The challenge grew out of the Pa
nama Canal scandal.
The Government of the United
States of Colombia has announced
that it will grant no extension of
time to the Panama Canal com
pany. Andricux has been arrested by
the French Government for trea
son. He is a leading Rovalist.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band (under the direction of Pro
fessor II. Kerger) will give a public
concert at the Thomas Square
this (Saturday) afternoon at -1 :o0
o'clock. The following is the pro
1. Overture "The Armourer,"....
2. March "Aida" new Verdi
,". Ballad "Evening" Beethoven
4. Selection "Jerusalem" Verdi
r. Fantasia "The Troubadour,"
n. Finale "Rienzi," new Wagner
Tho Adveetiseu has the largest
circulation and prints moie live news
than any of its alleged contempo
raries. Its advertising columns
prove that business men know a good
thing when they see it. If yon do
not take this jonrnal yon are behind
Some New Ministers for
Public to Swallow.
I left Honolulu in October on
the Alameda, bound for Apia, but
on my arrival there I found
the country bordering on rebel
lion so decided to keep on to
Fiji. Apia i-i one t.f the pret
tiest garden j.p.,t- on earth.
I wonder why people with plenty
of money and time do not extend
thdr excursion trip-; to the S.mioan
group. 1 lie view.-? in and around
Apia are more grand than vour
famous Pali near Honolulu, with
it.s fck v-.aeraning mountains nml
Compared with Honolulu or
Apia, the village of Suva is no
where. The weather is very warm
here. I am told that the heat
equals 120 degrees in the phade,
though the thermometer does not
indicate it. It rains very hard
and frequently, and the heat ap
pears to be a steam from the
ground and the rotting vegetation
on it. One's clothing feels damp
all day, and foreigners men and
women of whom there are very
few, look as though they had fever
and chills or jaundice. There are
very few horses, and no hacks or
expresses r teams for work. The
natives do all the carrying on their
backs or the best way they can
These natives are a fine specimen
of the human race, some of them
being fully 7 feet high, and many
of them over G feet. The English
missionaries did wonders in early
days, and are still doing a great deal
in civilizing and improving them.
I am told, however, that canni
balism i3 still practiced to some
extent in the mountains of Fiji,
and that if they catch a white man
on his tramps in some of the outer
districts they will take him and
roast him. Should ho happen to
be too lean, they will keep him in j
confinement, and stall-feed him i
till he is considered in good order.
The natives have very large
canoes, some of them over one j
hundred feet in length. I used to !
think that Mr. II. F. Bertleman, at
his cottage near Diamond Head,
had the boss Canoe, but these Fiji
canoes throw his all into the shade,
and are splendid specimens of
Coolies from India are worked
on the plantations, on the five
year contract system. They get
about $7.50 a month, and do task
work mostly, that is, a certain
stent is given them each da'. The
coolie women are a queer-looking
people, and very fond of jewelry.
Ornaments of every kind of jewelry
are seen hanging from their ears,
noses, necks, fingers, and with gilt
rings on their toes.
As I said before, there are very
.few horses here. Most of the
wealthy people ride in a small
wagon, like an American brake,
with a polo to it, and drawn by two
or three natives two at the pole
and ono behind pushing. To a
stranger, it is amusing to see them
racing (Flora Temple fashion) on
he boulevard, known as the Vic
Suva, Fiji, Dec. 15, 1892.
ST. ANDREW S CATHEPKAL.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, to-morrow, Sunday, will be
as follows : 0 :45 a. m.. Morning
PraTer with sermon ; To Deum,
Perg, in C ; Anthem, "Give peace
in our time, O Lord" by Calcott ;
G :o0 i. m., evensong with sermon ;
anthem, "Hear me when I call,' bv
King Hall. llev. Alex. Mackintosh, i
pastor. All are cordially invited to j
LATTEH DAY SAINTS. j
Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Dav Saints ; Mili-
lani Hall, rear of Opera House.
Services will beheld on Sunday as
follows : 10 a. m., Bible class ;
11 :15 a. m. and 7 :30 r. m., preach
ing, when Elder Clapp will speak
centual union cin'Rcn.
Sunday School "at 9:45 a. m. ;
Public Worship at 11 a. m. and
7 : 30 r. m.
At the morning service Mrs.
Mary Clement Leavitt will speak
from Col. 1:0; subject, "The prog
ress of truth in the world, and the
difference between true and false
religions in their effects upon the
In the evening, the Pastor will
give the fourth discourse on "What
we owe to Christianity." Special
theme, "The Christian Benevo
lence." All are cordiallv invited.
Letterheads, billheads, receipt j
books, shipping receipts and com- '
mercial printing at the Gazkttk '
The Illustrated Tourists' (tuiilc
That popular work. "Tur: TornisTis
Gcidk TunocGii 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 tne
ecenes and attractions to be met vith
here. Copies in wrappers can be had at
he publication office, 40 Merchant
street, and at the News Dealers. Price
60 cents .
One Hundred and Seventieth
The Hou.-e met at ft a. m. Roll call,
lo members present. There being no
quorum at 9:.V a. m., the President
declared the House adjourned until
- l. M.
AFT KRSOOX SESSION.
The Hou-se re-assembled ut
p. m. ;
V) members present. j
At 2:4 j i m. a message from Her .
Majesty was received announcing j
that it had pleased her to appoint the j
following Cabinet: j
Minister of Foreign A Hair Hon. j
Minister of Interior J. F. Colburn.
Minister of Finance W. H. Corn- !
Attorney-General A. P. Peterson, i
With the new Cabinet there was a ;
quorum, and the minutes were real
Hep. White moved the House ad
Hep. Hush asked if the Cabinet had
any bills to announee.
Minister Cornwell said it had pleas- ,
ed Her Majesty to sign the bill licens- j
ing the distilling of liquors and the
bill to amend the Judiciary Act.
At 2:T the House adjourned. I
The Daily Advertiser is deliver- ;
ed by carriers for 50 cents a month.
Ming up Telephones 88. Now is
th time to subscribe.
l!V .1AH. P. MOIUVAN.
This Day, January 14
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom. I will sell at
Salesroom, I will
SASH, DOOR?, MOULDING,
FURNITURE, NKW STOWS,
(HE CHILD'S 2 -WHEEL BRAKE
1 LARGE 2-WHEKL BRAKE,
Set Harness1 !
Etc., Etc , Etc , El
Jas. 3- Morgan,
X OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
13l in accordance with the law in such
casts made and provided, 1 will cause to
be sold the following articles of R.Orden
stein, taken by me in destraining for
rent, to wit :
1 Painted Wardrobe, 1 Bureau. 1 R.
W. Bureau, 1 YYashstaod, 1 Lounge, 1
Whatnot, 1 Dining Table, 4 Chairs, 4
Rugs, Lot of Books, 1 Gold Headed Cane,
1 Gold Radge, 1 Gold Watch and Chain,
1 Silver-p'.ated Soup Ladle, 12 Silver
plated Forks, 21 Silver-plated Spoons.
23P"Said sale will take place at the
Auction Salesroom of Jamks E. Mokoan,
uctioneer, (iueen Street, on MONDAY,
j January 16, 1S93, at 12 m.
A Small Lot of the Noted
Just lieceived from Samoa,
also a lot of
Assorted Varieties of foroaniils
jSgfThese Nuts are careful
ly selected for planting anil are
just beginning to sprout. A
photograph of the Dwarf Coco
anut mav he seen at the store
EL B. Mclntyra & Ero.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
riMli: HONOLULU SOAP WORKS
JL Company, Limite.!, hereby iv s
notice, that it has tiled in the -t!icv ! the j
of the Minister ot tlw Interior, Artist f ;
Association as pruvi.lttl by hiw, ari.i will i
hereafter carry on busine at llo io r.l s, j
as a corporation v.-iih limited iiability. j
At a meeting of s.iiil C nnjum ln-bl at
Honolulu, the "nh iaycf .Lusr.ary. A. i. '
lSr3, the foMowmi: Orileer- v-. ! 1 :
F. W. McChf.sney IVtbi.le w
T. Vvr. Rawlins Vice rre-i.l-",t
.1. M. MCL tieS! e ... -. ry.
John Kna ..An litor.
J. M. McCHFSNLY,
Sei'i-c-tar . ;
llonolu'ii, January LJth, ISm.L
:)27C, t: I4(.l-::c
i T TIIE KIXIULAU MELT IN Li OF
1 v the Unite 1 Chinese Society, held on
the ;d inst., the following were declared
dulv elected as Officers of the corporation
for the ensuing year, viz :
Vice-President . . .
Asst. Secretary. .
A-t. Treasurer. .
. . Goo IC in.
. . .Cuing On.
. .Wee Shing.
. Lutn Sing.
CIUNG ON, Secrctarv
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 3d, 1S.?.
The Wonderful aud Strange
In Oar Midst!
LIVELY TIMES ARE COMING
V 'L'i.IM, Wav i- Predicted.
Our Special rtist has not
boon idle, as may be known
by the following cut which is
a "em in its v.'av:
the BAitc rnoaimss.
This is the bark Progress.
It is the bark that will brine:
the cable to Hawaii, and Pro
gress is what we all want.
There cannot be any progress
unless you buy your hosiery
A girl will wear hose with
a hole in the heel, but ducks
like rainy weather, and
Fisuel's bargains are the talk
of the town.
What's tlie matter with the
anchor ? Fisiiel has an anchor
in low prices and steady sales.
He don't sell anchors, but pea
nuts should be roasted before
Why does an anchor resem
ble an old tomato can ? Be
cause it don't. Buy toys of
Fisiiel. Goats like tomato cans,
and hard times melt away when
bargains are offered. Fisiiel
lias 'cm not tomato cans, but
Xow we have a cunning little
fellow who is waiting for
Christmas. He has a bald
i iivaucu uun, uuu iiuwa is .uumf;
; to see Fisiiel about some new
itOVS. FlSTIEL is the man for
4.1 4.- tt i ?i. 4.
; these times. He doesn't want
i the earth by any means, but
will sell every thin i; in his
i , r -r-f- , -
store lor KaiaKaua JJollars.
I Horner's money won't go.
1 Pr.mis?3 on Sheridan Street, 11 80
l'X) acres. Kentai t-er annum.
2 Premise on Government Roil in
Pan- Valley. 1 :ir-l acres. Ken
tai $100 per annum.
:; House and Lot on Li'aha street, near
4 O.-ie share in tiie H ut of Pa'elaahini,
Manuu Valley. The Company
has 013 acres of land in the
yal'.ev and it is divided iy
into shares. Kaeh share repre
sents lo,1 J acres of land.
." Tliree pi 'e-'s of tiro Kind at lLiuula,
Koolauloa, ojhu. 1 IVKh) ucr s.
3270-tf J. M. MONSAUKAT.
Wiiikiki Property for Leae
THE PREMISE OK HON.
E. S. Pratt having K-endvidfd
into L"t-, th- Kim, r oA uUWd
i- u-itc, fr ;i tiim :" twenty yews
I'anoi the-e L ts h i-i r.::n.l ' front ire
jn the h.'.u'li :iti 1 h d'l.tli.-i uH'Mit ;7."
fe t. Tl:e Lot.-? ;ir all -. .! !(. : wiih m
nienie t-r-is", a,l tl.eir a . nuu.ermis
cocoa nut trtes b.'.irin thereon. Th
batliitiij at t!i:s p.. hit ? tin be ich is
admiial'le and sp ci.iUy ij t-d for those
who have childivn.
Th-re is a la-re L--t, un n which the
Dwelling House is -ilu.tN .l. v. hi, !i is also
for lease iVr a sho-t-r iiri .'. Th.. L ts
preser:t an unn-u i! ('p-nuJurMl v io oSiain
Beach Pn.p-rv Au.ilv t.
.1. .' .r,i X, xi.-jrhmt St.,
Jlr'AlL . Next IVt Oilice.
v a i. r a imj:
At Public Auction,
SITUATE IN THE
Hi of Kalna, District d' Waiiiiku,
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Iy virtue of a power ut sale made by
the Hon. Lieh. F. Cickerton, Justice of
the Supreme Court, for winch a decree is
on file in said Conit, in the matter of the
Guardianship of AUGUST J FAN alias
JEAN AUGUST, a person of unsound
mind; and whereas in the absence from
the kingdom of Henry G. Treat way.
Guardian, the undersigned was appointed
a Special Gu-trdianand Commissioner to
sell the Real Property of said August
Jean situate as aforesaid,
Now therefore, notice is hereby given
that ! shall expose for sale at public auc
tion On Wciksthv, January IStb, 1 S0:
i In front of theolliee of K. H. IUiley
i Fsq., IN SAID WAILUKU.at 11 o'clock
j a. m. of said day, the following pieces and
j parcels of land :
j f or 1. Is a vineyard containing an
j area of 39-103 of an acre.
j Lor 2. Is a right of way from the Sand
Hill Koad to paid vineyard, containing
an area cf 37-100 of an acre, both of these
! lots 1 and 2 were conveyed to August
I Jean by deed of Henry Cornwell, dated
May 10, 1877, of record in Liber 40, on
page 4(l in the Kejistry of Deeds.
Lor 3. Is a house lot containing an
area of 17-100 of an acre, being a portion
of L. C. A. 5373, It. P. 2101 to Eli, and
conveyed to August Jean by deed of
Henry Cornwell above described. Theie
is a valuable dwelling house on this
Lot 4. Is a portion of apana'J of L. C.
A. 3330, It. 1. Gl'ol to Napue containing
an area of 15-100 of an acre, and convey
ed to August Jean by deed of Napue
dated June 11, 1S77, of record in Liber
40, on page 402.
Lot 5. Is apana 4 of L. C A. 2532, II.
P. 5515 to Kamakahanohano containing
an area of 53-100 of an acre, and convey
ed to August Jean by deed of Henrv
Tallant, dated September 4, 1SS1, of
record in Liber 91, on page 102.
Lots 1, 3 and 4 adjoin each other, and
Lot 2 (being the right of way) leads lo
said lots 1, 3 and 4.
fFThe sale will be subject to con
firmation of the Supreme Court. Terms
of sale are cash payable in United States
Gold Coin ami deeds will be at the ex
pense of purchasers.
7" For farther particulars, .apply to
Special Guardian and Commissioner to
sell lands of August Jean.
Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, lecemler
! Fertilizing' Company
j While thankful to the Planters for
their generous support during
I the pa&t year, do now
i offer a few tons of
' Various Grades of Fertilizers
Still remaining on hand, and ready for
j immediate delivery :
Complete High Grade Fertilizers,
I FISH GTJLiSrO,
i Rotted Stable Manure and Land Plaster,
Sulphate Potash and Muriate Potash,
Nitrate of Soda and Dried Pdood,
I Dissolved Laysen Island Guano,
I Pure ISav- Bone Meal
Ground Coral Lime Stone,
Etc., YAc, Etc.
Having disposed of Large Quantities of
Manures and High Grade fertilizers
during the year 1&02, we are now pre-
oarea to receive orders :cr l'Jj, oe-
, iiverv in quantities to suit.
! ggrwe will give tenders for anv
; Quantity and of any Grades desiretJ.
: Fertilizers made to order, and anv
i gjgrwuwe making
von r orders for
or send vour
i lS:';;- Piv(J
; orders to
us a ca
j a. F. COOKE,
Manager Hawaiian Fertilizting Co.
jj S TBEGLOAN & SON.
200 Pairs (4 Pauls
Ullll made to order
I f I ! I 1 1 1 I v1
GOODS AND FIT!
'ArARRA XTKl.-) AS RM'M) s; KXTKD
If. S. TiiWil; L & SON.
TIf you want, tho Latest .Millinery (Joods, call at Kan &
3TTor tho Prettiest and most Stylish Uinuhaius, Sateens,
Organdies, etc.. 0 to Kgan & G turn's. "
Er(.'all and see the bargains we are ottering in Ladies'
and Children's Fast Black Hose.
t3STA nice present for Christinas is a Hathrobe or Hlankot.
Egan & Gunn are showing a choice lino of theso Goods.
ESTEgnn & Gunn have just received a full lino of sizes in
l I). Corsets.
ESTJapancse Crapes in white and stripes at Egan &
tgjTIiain Coats for Ladies & Gentlemen at Egan & Gunn's.
THE NEXT RACE !
To Arrive per
1 "Relay" Pneumatic Tire Columbia, weight 30 lbs.
1 Century Pneumatic Tire Columbia, weight 42 lbs.
4 Light Roadster Cushion Tire Columbia??, weight 50 lbs.
1 Ladies' Pneumatic Tire Columbia, weight 30 lbs.
Some of these are sold to arrive.
If you are thinking about buying a "wheel" come and see
what arrangements can be made. Don't wait until you learn
to ride; don't wait until you have saved up $150, but buy up a
number in the club 4 of which are for sale, and will come in
Clothing ! !
to order at $u;U a
at $22. AO a Suit
h) FORT S I R EE r.
Because they are jualilied to run light.
Because all the improvements are intact.
Because all the latest improved of the
Best Bicycle in the world can bo had of
the Columbia Agent in Honolulu.
S. S. Australia
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