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DAILY PACIFIC COxMMEUCIAL. ADVE11T1SEK, APIUL II, 1893.
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR.
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(T April 16,
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
misinformed the disproportion U
all in favor of the American ves
sels. They have more guns and
more men, and as all have ord
nance heavy enough to piercethe
armor of either of the cruisers, it 13
obvious that the presence of armor
does not count for much. . Neither
would superior steam power, under
the present circumstances. The
fact that the Xaniwa has a couple
of heavier guns is also a very ques
tionable advantage. Cruisers now
adays are not mounted with this
very heavy artillery, the advantage
being on the side of quicker action
and high penetrating power rather
than mere weight.
Our correspondent is also, as we
believe, disposed to underate the
comparative strength of the United
CRATER OF KILAUEA.
ISV .IAS. V. MORGAN.
si A J? AT? flTAT
The Evolution of a World's Fair
Some of the most interesting ex
hibitions of the Columbian Exposi
tion will be those which are not in
the Expostion, strictly speaking.
All along the Midway Plaisance
are to be found in variou3 stages of Oil TllUrSihlV. A 1)11 1 13
construction me many special lea
tures, which in a few months will
appeal to visitors. Here will be
found the "villages of Germany,
Dahomey, Austria, China, Algeria,
Turkey and other nationalities.
Here are the Indian encampment
and th. captiveballoon. Here, too, BOTTLES OF GIN
is iuc uauuiauiu. leuicEcuuiiii
volcano of Kilauea, on the island
A.T 13 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, I will Sell at Auction
by order of the Collector Gen
eral of Customs
Evening wmi Handel
Lecture on the Life an-i Masic of Handel
P. M. ENGLISH, B.A.
The follow in Artists hue most kiadly
promised their assistance:
MISS DALE. -MISS BURGESS,
MISS CASTLK, MX. WAKEFIELD,
Y. M. C A.. Ball,
TUESDAY. APRf'i llTH. 1893
N. S. SACHS5,
104 Fort Street
of Hawaii. The creat crater
this wonderful phenomenon lends
ilcolf tvitVi ctrilrinrr far1 1 5 1 V tn' TP-
States Navy. It is already quite a presentation by a great canvas,
respectable, force, and when the and, in view of recent complica-
Tas. B Morr
Six Pages. ,
Be Jat nd fear not;
Let 11 the audi thou lm'lt at be
. Thy Country', thy Ood'a, nd Trnth'i.
APRIL 11, 1893
A letter from George Osborne
in another column, presents a for
cible view of the present situation
from the point of view of a mechanic.
ehips now allowed by law are com
pleted, will rank sixth, or directly
after England, France, Italy, Rus
sia and Germany.
These facts of course have noth
ing but a speculative interest for
us. It amuses people to indulge
in fanciful guesses about the rela
tive strength of ships and armies,
as it amuses them to discuss the
chances of the next great prize
fight. Even the most refined must
confess to a sneaking interest in
these subjects. From the point of
view of. evolution, it is a survival
from the time when men, like other
animals, caught their prey with
their own hands and devoured it
The Portuguese Commissioner,
Mr. Canavarro, has kindly brought
to our notice the book which M.
d'Anglade has written on Hawaii
under the title, " A Polj nesian p0rtance which has happened for
Kingdom." M. d'Anglade adopts the past week and with timely edi-
Tbe Hawaiian Gazette.
This morning's Hawaiian Ga
zette (12 pages) is out and it i3
an exceptionally newey number.
It contains everything of any im-
the pseudonym of G. Sauvin. The
book; is a handy, volume of about
300 pages, neatly printed on good
paper as French books generally
axe.' 'The' different chapters have
captions, such as ' The Govern
ment of Hawaii." "Modern Ha
waii," "Honolulu,' "A Constitu
tional Kanaka Sovereign," " The
Death of Kalakaua," "Among the
Flowers," ;" A ' Trip to . Kilauea,"
"Progress" and " Business." ' The
invariable description of the Leper
Settlement is, of course, not want
ing. The book, touches all these
matters with a -light hand, and is
full of the French charm. M.
' d'Anglade writes not to instruct,
but to help an idle hour to pass
more pleasantly, and he has suc
ceeded. The last chapter, "Aloha,"
is full of grace, and shows that the
author was very susceptible to that
poetic and languorous beauty
which is the , chief charm of Hawaii..
torial . matter, the Gazette is a
splendid newspaper to send abroad
to your friends.
; Appended is a brief synopsis of
the contents :
Letters from Hilo, Maui and
other points on the islands.
Particulars of the theft of the
Kalakaua crown jewels.
Supreme Court matters, includ
ing a decision in the Walker vs.
Peterson et al case.
An interesting interview with
Mr. W. R. Castle on the political
A letter from Mr. W. C. Merritt,
formerly of Oahu College.
Particulars of the Station House
Report of the Forestry Commis
sion and much other interesting
From late papers it is learned
that the new tariff which was in
tended to increase French imports
to the exclusion of California pro
ducts has not been found to work
well, and the duties on flour, sal
mon, biscuits, salt beef, etc., have
been reduced to the former rate
5 per cent. v -
The two pirates who murdered
the crew and stole the schooner
Niuroahiti, have been sent to
France for trial. While in prison
at Manila they facetiously asked
the Governor to lend them a man
dolin to1 break the monotony of
The. pearl shell trade will get a
set back, as the 'French Govern-
tions with the Sandwich Islands, it
will prove most popular next sum
mer, aside from its inherent attrac
The difficulty of painting such
an immense subject as this can
scarcely be appreciated by the lay
man. The necessity of correct
draughtsmanship is seldom more
patent than in laying out such an
immense work, while all the exe
gencies which arise in the depic
tion of an ordinary landscape here
are emphasized in a forceful and
often perplexing manner. Such a
task is not made the easier when
painting must co on with the ther
mometer at zero on the outside of
the building and none too high on
the interior. Messrs. Albert, Grover
& Burridge, the artists charged
with the undertaking, are progress
ing with their work, which is di
rectly under Mr. Burridge's super
vision, and there will be evolved
erelong a great and striking ex
hibition, and one instructive
withal. Chicago Weekly Graphic.
The Daily Advertiser is deliver
ed by carriers for 50 cents a monlh.
Ring up Telephones 88. Now io
the time n subscribe.
AUCTION SALE OF
WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE
Residence at Waikiki mm of April 15, 1893
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
"Best Value Ever Offered."
Our Ladies' Chemises at 50 cents, Trimmed with Embroidery and Lace is hard
to beat. Our Night Gown for f 1 , well made and Embroidery Trimmed has no equal.
Our Ladies' Skirts at 50 and 75 Cents
Are splendid value ; Ladies' Covers in all styles from GO cents upwards. A fine
assortment of Ladies' Wool, Gauze. Lisle Thread and fcilk Vests.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
Bv order of Mr. "W. P. TOLKR, I will
8-11 at Public Auction, at my
' Salesroom, Queen btreet,
On Saturday, April 22
-AT TH EF
- - HONOLULU.
A.T 1S2 O'CLOCK NOON,
Ttf THE ACTION OF MDLTIPLE
X poinding at the instance of The
Natijnal Bank ok Scotland, Limited,
against ;ks. Jessie Morris or Ross akd
Adjining the property of Mr. W. C.
Peacock. The Lot has a frontage of 200
feet on the Government Road, is from 151
to 20 1 feet deep with a frontage of 208
feet on the Beach.
This site is recognized as the finest at
Waikiki, having a long stretch of clear
Beach, free from coral.
There is a comfortable Dwelling House,
nearly new, and in thorough good con
dition on the property. The Dvrelling
contains Parlor 17x17.6, Main Bed-
oom 17 6x13 9 with bay win-
do' Bedrooms 12x12 and 10x12 ; I arge
Dining Room 20x20 facing on the Beach;
Store Room, Pantry, Kitchen, Servants
Room, etc. Also a Large Stable and
Carriage House, Yard Lanai, Bath
The Grounds are nicely laid out with
Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
Intending purchasers wishing to
inspect the Property, can do eo on
application to the undersigned.
fcElerms at bale. Deeds ac pur
BERETAN1A STREET ARMORY
Good Music in Attendance.
25Tickets can be procured at
Pacific Noveltv works. Fort Street, of A.
G. Silva, Jr. 3339-td
Leather Belting and Lace
of Very Superior Quality. An Invoice of
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
To Complete our Line of Sizes.
JOHN WIELASD BREWING CO., L'D.
EMERY CLOTH SACKS
LAGER beer GIANT NIL PULLERS
OST DRAFI NOW.
that we are the only
in Honolulu for the
We wish to state
L. II. DEE, -
TURNER'S SNIPS AND SHEARS,
AWLS AND TOOLS,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers
Oyster -:- Cocktails !
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA.
ETC., ETC.. ETC..
-w m w-n r-v -v -"v . . r v r v " "T I
L. II. DEE - - Proprietor.
Among- the tourists who have
lately been here, Prof. E. Charlier,
who departed in the China for San
Francisco, deserves special men
tion1 He was for many years the
head of , the well known " Charlier
Institute" of New York, where,
during thirty years of its exist
ence some i of , the .. most distin
guished) men of the United States
received their early training, two
of, whom i have just been appointed ment will no longer permit the use
by President Cleveland to fill dip
lomatic5 4 positions ; abroad. Prof.
Charlier ,t spent six . months here,
and traveled over Maui and Ha
waii, studying the character of the
people, both native 'and foreign, as
well as the social and political
problems involved in the coming
ling of the various elements which
comprise our heterogeneous popu
lation: Before leaving he express
ed his belief very strongly, that
the only, solution of the question
of government can be found in
some form of alliance with the
United States, and none seemed
to him preferable to annexation,
on the best terms that it can be
secured. After having visited
nearly every country on the globe,
he considers the Hawaiian Islands
as among the best, if not the very
best place to spend the winter
months, and should so recommend
them to inquiring friends. Hawaii
is fortunate to have such intelli
j -l -i
gem ana oDservmg visitors as
Prof. Charlier, who can impart cor
rect views of the political and so
cial situation now existing here, to
all who seek information about us
of diviner apparatus, and shells
must now be procured by ordinary
Business In the colony is in a
very depressed state, owing to the
low price of produce, and no change
for the better may be expected for
some time to come.
An action of Multiplepoinding has been
raised in the Court of Session in Scot
land (Lord Low, Ordinary ; Mr. Melville,
Clerk) at the instance of The National
Bank of Scotland, Limited, incorporated
by Royal Charter, Pursuers and Nomi
nal Kaisers against Mrs. Jcsne Morris
or Ross, widow of "George Ross, Post
master and Notary Public, residing in
Kenfiew, Ontario, Canada, Rkal Raiser.
The Representatives or Trustees and
Executors of the deceased George MorrN,
retired planter. Kalihi Valley, Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, and others, Defen
ders for the purpose of determining the
parties having right to a sum of 3.)2 10s.
3il. with interest accrued thereon con
signed in the said The National Bank of
Scotland, Limited, by the Glasgow and
South-Western Railway Company, as
the price of certain subjects in Canal
Street, Paisley, Scotland, which belonged
to the deceased, Daniel Wright, who was
a son of the deceased Peter Wright,
Gardener, in Taisloy aforesaid, and
which subjects were acquired by the
said Railway Company for the purposes of
"The Glasgow and South-Western Rail
way Act, 1SS1." The said sum is claimed
by the defender Mrs. Jessie Morris or Ross
in virtue of a he'ograpb letter or deed cf
gift by the said George Morris in her favor,
dated 13th September, 188L As it is
believed that the said George Morris le't
a Will, his representatives, trustees and
executors are called in case they may de
sire to dispute the alleged Deed of Gift.
In which action the following Interlo
cutor has been pronounced :
"7th Febrcarv, 1803, Lord Low, Act
Thomson, appoints intimation of the de
pendence of this process to ba made by
advertisement twice in TnE Pacific
Commercial advertiser, pubiisnea in
Honolulu, and Claimants on the fund in
medio to lodge their Condescendences
and Claims by the first sederunt day in
. "A. LOW,"
of all which intimation ia hereby given
J. DOUGLAS GARDINER & MILL
s. s. c,
58 Castle Street, Edinburgh,
Agents for the Real Raiser
EDWIN A. JONES,
Has opened an
all business in
Office for transacting
Bv virtne of a power of Sale given to
us in a pledge of 120 SHARES IN THE
FASHION STABLES COMPANY, L'D.
a corporation, by Henry R. Maclarlane,
doing business under tho name of Mac-
arlane & Co., of Honolulu, to secure his
two Notes to us, one for $10,000, dated
December 7, 1883, and one for
3.0S3.33, dated March 10, 1885, we in
tend to sell said Shares at Public Auction
or condition broken, to wit: failure to
pay said Notes when due.
Said Sale will be held at me Auction
Rooms of J. F. Morgan, in Honolulu
THE BOSTON VS. THE NAN1WA.
The American Policy.
When did the United States ever
declare that its policy wa3 ne t to
acquire anything more than it had
of onv orivpn fimft 9 TViPrA. hns 1 --
(V WUJ btwA " . - - .
been any amount of stump
speeches by individuals both ways,
but the nation has never declared
any "policy" on the subject. It
would have made a monumental
ass of itself among nations if it had
done so. If no " policy " has been
declared, what, if any, has been
fixed by practice ? Has the nation
refused more oners than it has ac
cepted ? If part of Maine, Florida,
the Louisiana purchase, California,
and other territory conquered and
purchased from Mexico in two or
three different transactions, and
Alaska half-a-dozen different ac
quisitions, with next to nothing to
setoff against them in the other
direction do not constitute a po
licy " established by practice, it is
Hard, nay, it is impossible, to see
what would constitute a " policv "
ior any purpose. 11 mere are any
proofs whatsoever going to show a
contrary "policy," the friends of
this movement would be glad to
see and examine them. New York
Notice to Creditors.
"American" in this
an unnecessarily gloomy view of
the relative fighting strength of the
Japanese and American war ve3
sels now in port.- If we are no
Trusts, Purchase and Sale of Bonds,
Stocks and Real Estate
And ia prepared to Audit Accounts.
SOTOffice : Cor. Fort and Merchant
P. O. Box No. 55. 3250-ly
QUARTERLY MEETING. '
C. KtKWER 4 COMPANY, LIMITED.
a a tr n At tl Tt n II
il I Y tifi 74 h IV fit Iwi THE
A.-D. 1893, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Said Shares are the same covered by
Certificates Nos. 3 and 6.
ffiST'Tercas Cash. U. R. Gold Com.
'-"- "-( Signed.) BISHOP & CO.
March 27. 1893. 3339 td
Meeting of the Stockholders of the
C. Brewer & Company, Limited, will be
held at the Company's Office, on Queen
Street, in Honolulu, on THURSDAY,
the 13th inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.
B. F. 131SUOI',
Looking for a good Colum
bia Safety? If you are let me know of
it. The wheel has been used but little,
ia in perfect condition, and will go to you
at your own price.
A Ladies' Safety, too, in first-class
order, is for sale at a bargain. Apply to
T. W. HOBRON.
A TT. PARTIES WHO AtvK liNUJbHl
V ed to the HAWAIIAN WINE CO.,
for nnrchases crevious to December 31st
are reauestea to can at tue umce oi
the Hawaiian Wine uo.. 8 juercnant
Street, before the 24th day of April, 189J,
and make a settlement. All persons not
doiner so. are hereby notified that imme
diate steps will be taken after that time,
to collect the amounts due from them by
process of law. By .order.
11AW AllAA Wi.JN.Ci KjKJ.,
3345-tf Frank Brown, Manager.
15aly at , ,
Your House ! r
In hot weather more infants
die than in all the rest of the
year. Why is this? Principally
because they are fed on unsuita
ble food. Nestle's Food is known
as the safest diet and best pre
ventive of Cholera Infantum and
all summer complaints. Consult
your doctor about this important
fact. For fuller information write
for our book "THE BABY," which
will be sent free to any address.
Please mention this paper.
THOS. LEEMINQ & CO NEW YORK,
TFor Sale by
HOLLISTER & 00., DKUGGISTS
Acents for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
HIE UNDERSIGNED GIVE
notice that thev have take an as
signment from the firm and partnership
of lvwong Fook Yuen & Co. cf Mauna-
kea Street, Honolulu, of all of said firm's
goods and effects, for the purpose of
applying the same in satisfaction of the
debts of said firm, that the3' have paid a
first dividend upon all claims here
tofore proven to them, and now pro-
posa to pay a second and final dividend
thereon, wherefore all creditors ti said
firm of Kwong Fook Yuen & Co., who
have not yet presented their claims in
this behalf, are hereby notified to present
the same, duly verified, to the undersign
ed, at the store cf Yee Wo Chan & Co.,
Maunakea Street, Honolulu, before 12
o clock noon, on MONDAY, the 10th
day cf April, 1S93, or such claims will
not be considered .
Assignees of Kwong Fook Yuen Co.
Dated at Honolulu, this 7th day of
April, 1S93. 3349-2t
4r. ACRES OF LAND NEAR
Town; brings an income of $103
per month. For particulars, apply
J. M. VIV AS.
MRS. ANNA B. TOCKER,
TEACHER OF PIANO
RESIDENCE: Mr. W. Hopper's,
King Street, opposite the Falace.
Mrs. Tucker is an experienced teacher
of Piano, and the result of her teaching
havo been approved by some ot tne most
cultivated musicians of London & Boston,
TWO COTTAGES ON Y'OUNG
Street : cheap rental. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS.
1 QUARTERLY DIVIDEND IS
1 . now due and pavable to the Stock
holders of Wilder's S. S. Co.. at their
office, Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
S. B. ROSE. Secretary.
Honolulu, April 5, 1S93.
I The Mikado has abolished the
law in Japan which provided that
the authorities could pick out a
man for an unmarried woman of a
certain age and compel him to
PORTUGUESE WISHES A Pos
ition as gardener or hostler: his wife
also wishes to work in the house. Ad-
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
. against the Estate of Chas. Apianni
Long, deceased, will please present them
to the undersigned without delay, and
Terson"s indebted to the above Estate, will
dease settle their accounts with the
undersigned. F. A. SCHAEFER,
Guardian Estate Chas. A Long, deceased.
Honolulu, April 4, 1893. 3346-lw
1 FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
j. Resort has been opened at Waikiki.
Tramcars pass the gate . Special arrange
ments can be made for Family Picnics
and Evening Bathing Parties. 3274-3m
W. H. BENSON.
Leave orders on slate at Room 1
Arlington Hotel. Hotel Bt 3040-lmtf
H.S. TBEGLOAN 1 "SON.
Clothing ! !
Cash Prices! Cash Prices!!
200 Pairs of Pants
to order at $6.50 a
dress "A. J,," this office.
BEG TO NOTIFY MY CUSTOM-
ers and the public generally, that I
can now be communicated with by
Mutual Telephone No. 409. Mr. H. Lose
will continue to collect for me.
j. w. Mcdonald,
Proprietor City Shoeing Shop,
3343-2w Fort Street, above Hotel St.
ONE IVERS AND POND
Octave Upright Piano in
good order, for sale at low price for cash.
Address "R.," this office. 3334-tf
If yon don't take the Advertises
you don't get the news
made to order at $22.50 a Suit.
GOODS AND FIT !
H. S. TEEGL0AN & SON.
Tlie Daily Advertise
50 CENTS PER MONTH.