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f - V I Mil HI H !tT II ! 5.1 H Bl V 1 i i t S Zrkr Vf V Y V , i m i! VOL. XIX., XO. 3579. Business Cante. HAWAIIAN and Title Ik jTO. MERCHANT ST. HONOLU! J, H- 1. iT. ai. ilatcli Cecil Brown VT. R. Castle J. F. Brown, W. K. Vtkt tre3ideiit - Vice-President - - - secretary Treasurer & Manager Auditor This Company 1. prepared to search records ana inraisii - all real property in U6UU"" contemnlat . S wiU find it to their advantage to consult the company in regard to title. Xy-Al i orders attended to with prompt ness. Bell Telephone 225; P.O.Box 185. He Hawaiian Safe Deposit AND Investment Company. Has superior facilities for buying lit and selling STOCKS -:- AND- -:- BONDS and is in a position to handle large blocks oi BtocKS paying wsu for same, or will sell upon commission. Ewa Plantation Stoclc Can be disposed of by us in large or email lots at fair prices. aivv nKPHfsTT UOXES of various sizes for the safe keeping of all sorts of valuables rentea at reasonable rates. Silverware and Valuable Articles taken on storage for a long or short period. jD"Apply for particulars to THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND INVESTMENT CO. 3514-tf 403 Fort Street, Honolulu. 0. BREWER & CO., L'D Qtrsra Stbest, Honoluxtj H. I. AGENTS FOE Hawaiian Agricultural Co. Onomea Sugar Co. Honomu Sugar Co. - Wailuku Sugar Co. Waihee Sugar Co. Makee Sugar uo. Haleakala Ranch Co. , Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line San Franusco Packets. Chas. Brewer & Co.b Line of Boston Packets. Acenta Boston Board of Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board of Underwri ters. List of Officers: tt i r nortnr. Prpsident & Manager rs'-TT.' Robertson - - Treasurer E . F. Bishop - - - - Secretary Col. W. F. Allen - - - Auditor Chas M. Cooke ) H. Waterhouse Esq. Directors. 8. C. Allen Esq. ) National Iron Works QUEEN STREET, Between Alakea and Richard Streets. THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE mVft all kinds of Iron, Brass, Bronze. Zinc and Lead Castings ; .iDn o nonarof T?onair Rhnn for Steam Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills. Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. ; Machines for the cleaning oi uonee, uasior ju i Ramie, Sissal, Pineapple Leaves andi other fibrous plants ; also, Machines lor Paper Stock, Machines for extracting fctarcti irom laniocic, Arrow jwui, cw.. tWAll orders promptly aneuucv iu. White. 3428-tf Massage "VTRS. PRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE JJJL that she will attend a limited num ber of patients. Address at H. M. Whitney's, King st. ; Bell Telephone 75, 3228? Abstract llUNUliUliU, iA.V AIXVJS J.CvLi-tN lJr, i- uii iv i , ' i Business Cariis. M. E. Grossman, D.D.8. DENTIST, 93 HOTEL STEM2T. gQ-Orncg Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. DB7 R. 1. MOORE DE3STTIST. Office: IrlingtonHoiise. Hot9l St, Pirlor 2. JCCTGaa Administered. f - Office Hours : 9 to 12 and 1 to 4. 3271-1 m . DBS. ANDERSON k LUNDY, JD KISTTTSTS, Sotsl.SU, opp. Dr. J. S.HcOren9 X2F-aA.8 AD MINISTERED. C. B. BIPLEY, ARCHITECT ! Office New Safe Deposit Building, HoNoi.tra.Tj, H. I. Piano RnwiftpftHnTin. a.nd SnTjfirintend enc8 given for every description of Build ing. Old Bnildines successfully remodeUed and enlarged. Designs for Interior Decorations. Maps or Mechanical Drawing, Tracing, and Blueprinting. iJCT" Drawings for Eoko or Newspapr mu8tratlon. Bath and Shaving Parlors I). W. Roach, Proprietor. Corner Fort and. Hotel Streets. L. Platter, Chiropodist S502-3m j IF YOD ARE THINKING Of having a nw Bath Tub, Patent Closet, Kitchen Sink, Hot Water Boiler, Gutters, Conductors, Stove Pipe, Water T).nn rvr an vthinff in the Tinsmith or Plumbing Line, either in new work or general repairing, we would be pleased to receive a call from you, either per sonally or bv telephone. Estimates furnished. All work guaranteed and promptly attended to. We respectfully rmir trade. Shop: Beretania street, second door east of Armory. Please ring up Mutual Telephone 244. B THOS. NOTT, Per Jab. Nott, Jr. 3453-q HUSTACE & CO., Dkalerb Df WOOD AND COAL Also White and Black Sand which w will sell at the very lowest market rates. X' Bbll Tblefhonb No. 414. rMuTUAii Telephone No. 414. 3493-iy CENTRAL MARKET! NXHJJSJirU STREET. First-class Market in every respect ; be -sides carrying a full line of Meats, we make "a specialty of Breakfast Sausages, Head Cheese, Pressed Corn Beef. WESTBROOK & GARES, . 3437-q Pbopbiktob. The Daily Advertiser is deliver ed by carriers for 50 cents a month. Ring up Telephones 88. Now a the time to transcribe. tjCi i i - i hp iiaii iiiniirii iii iiiniiiii i 4 iv . A- fPktT-i Qfimrrnn........ II II Lil III nflA VLI 1 L U IIUIUI I THE HEW JEWELRY STORE! 503 Fort Street, ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE ANY" THING IN Til SIR LINE. Souvenir Spoons! a Bpecialty. Also, on hand a fine stock oi nnporiea J RWELEY. EVERYTHING IN THE LATE8T DESIGNS. 3SyTsland orders promptly attended to. P. O. BOX 287. MUTUAL TELEPHONE 46S. E. A. JACOBSON Man Chong Bestaurant BETHEL STREET, HONOLULU. between king and hotel streets. Tin Best 25-Cent Meal in Town ! XTFowl in season on Tuesday, Fri day and Sunday; Broiled Chicken every Sunday Morning. TICKETS FOR 21 MEALS $4.50! ffig-Try it! 3517-tf Criterion Saloon Another Invoice of the celebrated JOHN WIELAND EXTR1 PALE Lager Beer Also, a fresh Invoice of CAIilFOBNIA " OYSTER8 -FOB- OYSTER COCKTAILS L,. H. DEE, - Proprietor. 3406 r M a Tr 3 - ? Ili7 Pioneer Steam CANDY PACTORY and BAKERY f. HOKI fractloal Coniectloner, Pastrv Cook and Baker. Ho. 71 Hotnl 8t. Telephone. L . H. DEE, JOBBER OF Wines, Spirits and Beers HOTEL STREET, Between Fort and Nuuanu. 3457-q CASTLE & COOKE UIJbOE AND FIRE INSUEANCE :AGBNTH AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL Life Insurance Co. OF BOSTON, iEtna Fire Insurance Co. OF HARTFORD. The Illustrated Tonriata' Guide That nonular work, "Thb Toubists Gdidb Thbough thb Hawaiiam I8I AIms,,, is meeting with a steady sale both at home and abroaa. xonnsts ana ethers visiting these islands should be in possession of a copy of it. Itisaper lectmineof information relating to the scenes and attractions to be met with here. Copies in wrappers can be had at fh nublication office, 46 Merchant street, and t th New Dftalpr. Price CO cent . KtMlliec Joli 1S5fl .- . cimrnmAV TVTTAT?V i 1 Si) 1. . . -.---r- 1 -t--- i on i HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., . HARDWARE, Cutlery and Glassware 307 Fort Street. 3575-ly J. M. DAVIDSON. y Attorney and Counssllor-at-Lav. Office 36 Merchant btreet. F. M. WAKEFIELD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law Temporary Office with C. W. Ashford, Merchant Street, Honolulu". 3394-ly WILLIAM C. PARKE, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW AHD Agent to tako Acluiowiftdgmiinu Otiicb No. 13Kaahumanu btri. Hono- luin, xt. x. W. H. BENSON, JPIlSro TTJISTEIt Leave orders with Thomas Krouee, Arlington Hotel, King Street; Tele- phones : Mutual tiift), Aiutuai yy. 3046 lmtf S. HACKFELD & CO . General Commission Aeeut Cor. fort & Queen Bts., KonolQln. LEWERS & COOKE. (Sccceiiors to Lewais b Dloon Importer and Dealer In l,amJv And fcll Kinds of Bnildins Mterfl. Ho.fti FOVr BTBKET. Honolnin u-oiTainY. J. M. A V. W. M'CHESKEY. 124 Clay St., 8. F. 40 Queen St, Honu. M. W. McCHESKEY & SONb. Wholesale Grocers, Commission Mer chants and Importers. 40 Queen tit., Honolulu. ,EWIS & CO.. Wholesale ar.d Retail towers; j ;j; FORT MTRF.Pi'i BEAVER SALOON. rort Street, Opposite Wilder H. J. HOLTB, PBOPBIETOB. Vlrst-olMi Lunches Berved wltn Te, Ooflea Boa Water, umgvr ais or ouu, Open From 3 a.m. till 1& p. w a"Braot'sre Bequlsltes a Bpecialty JOHN T. WATERHOUSE. Importer and Dea'"' GENERAL MERCHANDISE. N0.S5-31 Qneea Street, KonolniT EON0LULU IR0N WORES CO.. I!. .Here, Bngar mils, Cooler. Ilraa and Iiend CastiEsr. a moinorv nf ftvfirv description made to order. Particular attention paid to ships' blacksmitmng. j oo worn excuwru on the snortest notic "SANS S0U(T' HOTEL SEASIDE RESORT, WAIKIKI, : HONOLULU. "J desire to find no quieter haven than the 'Vans SoucV, and may well add loith the poet: Ir a more sacred or sequestered bower, I . -r- . I A 4 J 'Hot nympn nor u annua nauuieu. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON" pm C. Advertiser, uct. 7, i&ya. T. A. Simpson, ov-lv MANAGER. Notice. N AND AFTER THE 1st OF ' January, 1894, the retailing or ary coods will be discontinutti. . THEO. H. DAYIES & CO l 3574-lw Sometliing New ! YF YOU ARE GOING TO HILO, X Hawaii, do not forget to call in at the Olaa Restaurant. J. LYCTJRGUS. 3540-tf Proprietor. I I i A Report Made Yesterday On His Recommendations. A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING. The Committee Advises Sending a Rep resentative to Canada to Attend the Conference Called to Consider Trade and Cable Connections. The Chamber of Commerce held a special meeting yesterday mora ine to receive the report of the committee on the matters brought to the attention of the Chamber by Mr. Bowell. The meeting was set for 10:30, but twenty minutes elapsed before the requisite quorum of ten could be obtained. The president, Mr. Schaefer, then called the meeting to order ana tne min utes of the preceding meeting were . mi 1 read and approvad. Mr. ineopm lus H. Davies, chairman of the ' .... ! II . ... committee, presented tee ioiiowmg report : To F. A. Schaefer, Esq., Vice President of the Chamber of Com merce, Honolulu. Sir: The committee appointed to report on the subjects which Mr. Mackenzie Bowell introduced in his address to the Chamber on Monday, December 4th, have carefully con sidered the questions so ably laid be fore them, and beg to make the fol lowing report : The committee are very sensible of the great ikdvantages which this com munity must derive from any traffic which brings us into direct connection with the various important countries that are touched by tne iracinc oceuu. The special subject of the present re- port is cue i,iu.ucj T "iv" j oped between Canada on the north and Australia on the south by means of cable and steam communication. Several schemes have been sug gested during recent vears for bring- ins: iionoiuiu iiiuu ieicgip"n- """"" with the world ; and it is not of very material importance io xiiwi whether the connection shall be made by one line or another. Undoubtedly LLlt; Dau jl i"vv . , , un. nrafomhlp. hpcause that is tne rjoint where our chief commerce is, ana always wm ue, maiuwuvu, the committee are of opinion that everv possible facility should be given by tne iawanau uuvtiuiucut w uj company that will introduce a trans- Pacific caoie io our uyi. to f fVin tii npnpsaitv for sneeuy communication with the naval and mercantile steamers mat ncucuw -t. r,;n .nmnoi rrnvpmments as well a3 private owners to inaugurate a cable service for tneir owu conve nience and protection ; and the com mittee do not consider that this service will be hastened or retarded by any action that can be taken here. We therefore confine ourselves w me ie that this Government shall express its desire to facilitate, in every way puaoiuic, -:-cable communication across the Paci fic ocean. , . L ' , With regard to tne suoject oi steam service between our shores and the Canadian and Australian empires, the Committee are of opinion that a very important development of our trade a .ii i. . ;nniiniifinn rr allien mUSl I011tW IUC luaugui"""" - r.,;r. 'I'hd tronif;al products Of iX DCHltli " " I'" our islands already find a large mar ket in the nortfiwest territory 01 iue TT.;fi ctatoa svnil with rroDer facili- ties we could send to the Canadian markets of liritisfi uoiumoia an iue sucrar, coffee, rice, fruits, etc., that they could dispose of. For the pres ent nearly the whole of our sugars are under contract to be shipped to San Francisco, ana tnereiore are nut able for shipment to any other mar ket, but it is not improbable that an arrangement couiu ue mane uevwecu aan TTranrisnn and Vancouver re fineries whereby the latter should re- ceive its supplies irom nouwum, so restrict the importation of raw sugar to the Pacific coast by discon tinuing importations irom ouanna. in oruer tu uu wwh ttwmiv. -" sary that the Canadian tariff be modi fiorT er q to admit ordinarv Hawaiian sugars free. At present our sugars are practically uriveu outui me ua dian markets because of their high color, and Manila sugars are admitted free because oi tneir darker coior. The short experience we have had of the Canadian-Australian line of steamers enables us to express our confidence in the future of the trade it will bring to our snores. me contrast between the climate and scenery of British Columbia, and those oi Hawaii, win muuue a gicut of visitors, and gradually open up an important passenger traf- fiC, WtllCil cannot iail tu ue ueiicuuxai to botn countries. The committee are deeply impress ed with the importance of giving every encouragement to this, and all other steam lines which make regular connections with this port; and they recommend that the Government be requested to extend all treeaom oi port charges, that is in their power, to tne steamers so coming. PRICE: 5 CENTS. Th nnmmittpA feel that they cau- It an pxnrpsaiou of svmnathy with the owners in the disaster to the Miowera, and the consequent disar rangement of the line, and they also desire to express their senso of the energy and determination which so soon supplied the deficiency. Mr. Mackenzie Bowell expressed a hope that a representative from Ha waii should be present at the confer ence to beheld in Canada early in 1S94, for consideration of trade and cable connections over the route al luded to; and the committee consider that it is very desirable that such a representative should attend on be half, either of the Government, or of this chamber, in order to explain or discuss any points that might be of special value to mis country. We are, sir, Yours faithfully, Theo. H. Davies, Chas. M. Cooke, H. F. Glade. Honolulu, 2d January, 1S94. On motion of Mr. Hyman, the report was accepted and the secre tary was instructed to furnish cop ies of the report to Mr. Bowell and to the Provisional Government. Mr. Hyman them moved a reso lution endorsing the creation of the office of appraiser and insisting upon appointing a suuaDie man, qualified by his character and a thorough knowledge of merchan dise, to discharge the duties of the position. After a brief discussion the resolution was adopted. At a few minutes past 11 o'clock the Chamber adjourned. CHURCH SERVICES. st. Andrew's cathedral. The services of the Cathedral Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe dral for tomorrow are as follows : 6 :30 a.m., Holy Communion ; 11 a.m., morning service and sermon ; 7 :30 p.m., evensong and sermon. The services of the Second Con gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral tomorrow (Sunday) will bo as fol lows : 9 :45 a.m., holy communion with sermon ; Kyrie and Sanctus, Mendelssohn in G ; hymns 79 and 317, Gloria in Excelsis, Old Chant ; Nunc Dimitis, Beethoven in B flat. 6:30 p.m., evensong with sermon; Magnificat, Turle in E ; Nunc Dim ittis, Macfarren in A ; hymns 29G, 7G and 12. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All are invited. CENTRAL UNION CHURCH. Sunday School at 9 :45 a.m. Public Worship at 11 a.m. and 7 : 30 p.m. The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will meet at 6 :30 p.m. All are cordially invited to these services. Y. M. C. A. SERVICES. Sunday, 11 a.m., at Oahu Jail; 1 :15 p.m., at the Barracks ; 3 :30 p. m., Bible study at Y. M. C. A. ; 6 :30 p.m., Gospel praise service at Y. M. C.A. Tuesday, 7 :30 p.m., prayer meet ing at Y. M. C. A. LATTER DAY SAINTS. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ; Mili lani Hall, rear of Opera House. Services will be held on Sunday as follows: 10 a. m., Bible class; 11 :15 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m., preach ing by Elder J. C. Clapp. - Street Improvement. It affords real pleasure to note that, with the opening of the hew year, the walks on both sides of Merchant street are being curbed and the rough boulders removed. There seems to be now a fair pros pect that in the near future the side-walks on this street, from Fort street to the Judiciary building, will be put in condition to avoid sprained ankles and other disasters which frequently occur in this much-traveled street. There is not a quarter of the town, unless it be Nuuanu street, that needs the at tention of the Road Supervisor more than Merchant street, through which ministers, judges, lawyers and public officials generally not to speak of editors and reporters daily plod their weary steps so frequently and at great risk of broken limbs, soiled briefs and missing press copy and proofs. Keep your friends abroad post' ed on Hawaiian affairs by sending them copies of the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, aeuil-Y'ielcly.