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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
Issued Every Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
Hawaiian Gazette Company
At No. 4G Merchant Street.
H. N. CASTLE
JANUARY 12, 1894.
The natives of Kaumakapili are
praying for the restoration of the
ex-queen. If her restoration to a
state of grace be intended, this is
altogether as it should be.
January 8, i8g4.
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m order tiiat people may
have sharp carving knives
pade, he must thank his principal
for it. His character and ours, as
good Christians, are to be tested I In the matter of the guardian
in the future. It may occur to him I ship of Alvina and Anna, daugh-
that a Christian spirit and temper I ters of Hang Same, of the Honolulu
are not incompatible with true I police force, who are still in their
statesmanship. Still, he may feel I minority, the father has filed an
like the darky preacher who made I application.to sell certain lands in
this reply to an inquiry : "I reckons I North Kohala, Island of Hawaii, and thns appreciate the good
Fse broke all de commandments, I setting forth certain legal reasons meat set before them, we
but 7tank de Lord I keeps my re- why the lands ought to be sold, b&ve imported a stock of
ligun," and, while he may cultivate The Court has appointed the 26th "?rank Walcot's Knife
for private use that which is the instant for the hearing of the ap- cm ? This rnn trim dpp
n Mm inn. V It r.aatla for thfl
guardian. is made of compressed emery
In the accounting case of John and is shaped like a scythe
F. Bowler against E.C.Macfarlane stone but much smaner in
and others, Paul Neumann, counsel
mntW in Honolulu, who. after for the Dlaintiff. has filed an aeree- Slz lt tar surpasses tne COn-
the arrival of the Corwin bent over I ment that defendants need not file volitional carver's steel for the
thpir hahp- in maver. anxiously a"n8"er H?tU.the 31et instant, or reason that the action is
... , I A, -i until Mr. natch, counsel lor the . , ,
inquiring if the guns of the Phila- defendants, returns from the Coast, quicker and the edge more
delnhia and Adams were shotted 7n the Dartition suit between the even. This instrument is
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The celebration of the 17th has Ior tnem,graieiuny mans mm iuai uawauau yuuiuaeruiai ougar v,u. rnucn naraer tnan steel ana
been objected to on the ground that h oW the Death AogeI to IJfl will sharpen anything from
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rrescripuons rroperiy rrepared !
CELEBRATE THE DAY.
greatest of all charity he may
feel that hi3 public mission here
will be to "get even" .with us poor
Hawaiian worms of the dust. The
touch, but not rest on their pillows.
It is now in order that we cultivate
a a a a . a . . n
it will interfere with the worK on
the nlantations. No doubt it will.
and no doubt that three holidays charitv and forgiveness
in three weeks are one more, at
any rate, than the planters would
choose. But circumstances stronger
FRANK S. PRATT DEAD.
appeal from Chief Justice Judd's me Oiaaes Ot tne nnest scissors
order confirming the report of the to the wits of a dullard. As
commissioners appointed to parti- it wiU tfile file," it will be
MWU IUC MU111LU.WU. UlUUClbV DlbUatO I - -, I'll f1
in Wailuku, Maui. iouna particularly useiui
Henry W. Howard has filed a among the hands on sugar
complaint against the Volcano plantations for sharpening
than any individual plan or will 116 rasse3 Away liate xesieraay Hopse Company, a corporation J hoes or cane knives. One of
have made the 17th of January the Alternoon. claiming in i assumpsit me sum oi ji'rank Walcot's knife sharp-
greatest day in Hawaiian history, p. S. Pratt, one of the best- fnvnr nf' ui.m. h hppn
the one of all most fit to be marked known men in Honolulu, died yes- made on W. R. Castle, president of
by every manifestation of ioy. We
believe the planters recognize these
facts as well as others, and that
while they have more to lose than
any other class by dropping a day
terday afternoon at about 4 o'clock, me company, ana the case is re
turnable at the next term ol the
Mr. Pratt has been ill for a long
time, and his death has been ex
pected for Borne days. The im
mediate cause of his death was
in the midst of the busiest season, dropsy.
they will be as forward as any
other to join in a suitable celebra
tion of the great holiday.
The setting apart of this day has
been objected to also , because we
are not "out of the woods" yet. We
are unable to discover any force in
Circuit Court. Carter & Carter for
plaintiff; Castle for defendant.
In the case of S. A. Newell and
others vs. John M. Horner, of
eners will outwear many
dozen hies. We are sole
agents for the article.
The Student Lamp has for
years been the favorite
among the people who
read or write much at
FOR THE LARGEST LINE AND BEST ASSORTMENT
For the Choicest Perfumes
And Finest Soaps, Call on
HOLLISTER & CO.,
523 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
morhf. ThfTr nra n nf. nnifo
Hamakua, Hawaii, the defendant so elaborate as some of onr FTTRNTTTTRR a "WTfc FTPFTOT SirF l? PV
v,v . uuuqum lamps, uuu ior service
iianiin iu.0 o luooaouiu ciiao tney nil tne bill in every res- of the latest patterns in-
was Djougnt oy j. a. IjOW against j rg(f; We havfi "recentlvfiddftd I V
the same delendant, based on alt , , , I TZcxrlvrm G--c sn x7,.
TnBtitnfP TTr namft in this nnnntrv forpitrn indampnf nm3nn for UUL OWUli. ail clSSUI LlllOUb Ul uxvvm II,J1UI XX."C,
these student lamns havinsr
m ioou ana remainea uere ior a iew wiii5 , vy. r . xxouiuiui iui uc- . . -r. i x , i " J nivt. 3 n. .
. . q I fendant. - uie genuine xiocnester ourn- vjlicjlivjxxux-o ctuu. uuairS
rvcub wou I mi ... .. rt-M 1 lr .CJ-
. , , j j rne executors ot the will oi the uuiucr vvliiuu vvuu iirau
rrancisco, wnere no accepieu a, pu-
Franklin Seaver Pratt was born
November 1, 1829, in Boston, Mass.,
and was educated at the Franklin
months and then went to San
I a po- fV,; tXC wr : vW fS:nn.P lOrSUIT ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES ; ALSO, ALL KINDS OF MANU-
this Objection. No people which oition in a mproantilfl firm Hfire- i. - -a ZiTiZ, A - """" FAUTURING DONE IN FURNITURE, BEDDING AND
mo UUJCWUU' pcutio nuivu B1U0n in a mercamue nrm. ne re- an inventorv of the nrooertv in said Simon, and wft p,an ana.ra,nt,fifl TTPFTnT.TT?T?TNjn Awn rwot nhAT.iTv ni?
W AAA A X A A X . A A I A M a AfWAAl . g tf I , -n I V V I V -
uucs iiui. real ah a BiavioAj m viico i TnftiuGu. on tne tJoasL ior several i estate, i no total vaino or thfl ner. thom tn o onnnym or.fiiin I
a - ' ' v w w-r A m BJ 11 n i 111 I i W n I
t i a AAn a I w f ITTfl n H nnil nni mnnnn m in i nrn im trfNt mtx
LIVE titiM rMIUCiKb, ilAlK, MUSS AliU MUBLSIOtt
price accordinsr to the size of
years, and then returned to this 8onaIty is put down at $55,0UU.u0 m every respect. We have
country, in 1854 Mr. I'ratt mar-1 " wuv mree varieties varying m
k a r-zm . t. i v i rr i a i rrx r:ra . i ,rr. i
Chas. H. Rose having come of
age, his guardian, Samuel B. Rose,
has applied to be discharged from
the trust and has submitted a final The Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
account to be passed upon by the
Court. Judge Cooper will hear the 30T
application mis morning.
W. A. Kinney, as administrator
.cence, is ever out of the woods.
Every year brings its new prob
lems, its new dangers, some of rfed Miss Elizabeth Kekaaniau Laa
them bold enough to imperil all nui, the daughter of a chief, who
the accumulated stores of civiliza- has ever since been his faithful
tion. The gains of 1776 are not companion and helper. At that
finally secured,' for free institutions time Mr. Pratt was connected with
are still on trial in the United ddington, in the merchan-
. . , dising business. He was afterward
States. We cannot sleep ovsr our engaged in different capacities with
treasures. Yet they are not the Mr. C. A. Williams, until finally he of the estate of the late J. W. Pii,
less ours because they must be I assumed the agency of the Phoenix I has filed a suit in trover against
mmrrfprt TKifl I7fh nf Janimrv ia uano Islands Uompany. which he Koleka K. Pn, widow of the de
1 A! A. A A WA.A A.M AS AL- A. A, A B A
ceieDraiea Decause us gams may ma(je considerable money. After
be forfeited by cowardice and j giving up this agency he made a
irresolution, or taken away by an trip home to visit his father and
nnt. nf incniont nnnroacinn brother. When he returned he
"fr . J Al TIT , !
t i iU I Btarieu tuo uaiiuuuaiu sugar man
January because n nas maae us Durimr his connection with this
Iree. If the United btates shall plantation he had the steamer
KEPT ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST PATTERNS OF WICKER WARE
IN SETS OR SINGLE PIECES.
at low prices.
orders for Wicker Ware or all kinds of Furniture to suit
EjUrAll orders from the other islauds will receive our prompt attention and
Furniture will be well packed and goods roU at San Francisco prices.
ceased. The case will be returna
ble at the next term of the Circuit
Court before a mixed jury. Plain
tiff in person.
It is reported that J. L. Kaulu-
kou, barrister, is preparing a dam
age suit against W. H. Cummings,
the road supervisor of Honolulu,
the plaintiff being one Mrs. J. K.
Iaukea, complaining witness in the
Fort Street, Honolulu.
J. HOPP & GO
: Latestlmirtatioiis J
ust Received per S. S. Australia
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
ever choose to strip us of this free- Waimanalo built, and went to the assault and battery case that was
dom, let the shame and obloquy of
it fall upon them.
A GOOD WORD FOR ME. WTLU3.
The excitement attending the ar
rival and departure of the Corwin
having subsided, we hope that our thing. Leaving Olowalu he came
Coast to brine her down. When
Mr. Pratt, after a great many vis
cissitudes, had placed the planta
tion on a firm basis he went, in
18S1, to Olowalu, and took a
share in that plantation. He
stayed there about one year. This
proved a very unsuccessful venture
ana Mr. iratt lost nearly everv-
tried before the District Magistrate
to Honolulu and engaged in the
auctioneer business with Mr. L. J.
citizens will be fair and just to
wards Mr. Willis. His position is
not one of his own creation. It was
made by his master. He did not
seek trouble but was ordered to
make it. The sins of the principals satisfactory manner until
are often visited on the heads of
the agents. If his temper has not
been altogether lovely in making
his answers to questions regarding
his use of force in restoring the ex-
PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER
made by Judge Robertson in the Dis
trict Court of Honolulu, Oahu,
Hawaiian Islands, on tho 11th day of
Levey. It was while thus engaged Decembsr, 1893, declaring 17 boxes con-
that he was offered the office of
Registrar of Public Accounts, which
position hh filled in a capable and
appointed Consul-General at San
Francisco, where he was succeeded
by Mr. Charles Wilder when the
Provisional Government came into
power. UuriDg all of 31 r. Pratt's
long carreer in this country he had
queen, it must be remembered that tne confidence of the entire busi
he was instructed to perform a
difficult job. "Don't use force, but
don't let them know that you won't
use it." A nobleman said to the
artist who was about to paint his
portrait ; "In painting my portrait
paint that of my valet standing be
hind me, but so that he cannot be
seen." Instructions are often diffi
cult to execute.
rlr. Willis, knows, for he must
read soma books, that in no mod-
nes3 community, and one ol the
old familiar landmarks has passed
away. Mr. iratt never had any
children of his own. His father
and mother died a short time ago.
He has four sisters and one brother
living, who reside in Boston. One
oi nis sisters is tne widow oi u
Brewer, known here as C. Brewer
A Sample Letter.
The following letter is a fair
sample of the many that are re-
ern time has an envoy been sent to ceived at this office :
express good will towards a eovern- Kaawaloa. Jan. 6, 1893.
ment and at the same time ordered Hawaiian Gazette Co.
Uentlemen : We in
the country admire the Gazette
peremptorily to compass, instigate
and procure the destruction of that
government. He knows, further
more, that he never would have
been ordered to do so if we had
numbered fifty millions of people ;
that the "hish sense of insti"
and Apvertiser for the firm
course they take, and the Pro
visional Government for their
pluck and determination. I think
it is the wish of most of the coun
try never to return to monarchy.
This present Government is ad-
-which inspired his instructions was mired and trusted.
accompanied with an equally high
and lively sense of superior strength.
Mr. Willis is not responsible for all
this. If he stands out in diplomatic
history, a3 one of the parties to a
queer and novel diplomatic esca-
Keep your friends abroad post
ed on Hawaiian affairs by sending
them copies of the HAWAIIAN
taming 17 dozen silk handkerchiefs.
confiscated to the Hawaiian Government,
and further ordering a sale of the same,
I will in accordance therewith and at the
request of the Collector General of
Customs, sell the same on FRIDAY, the
12th day of January, 1894, at my sales
rooms, in Honolulu, Oahu, at 12 m.
JAB. F. MORGAN,
Honolulu, December, 1893. 3573-td
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
TILES FOR FLOOR;!
And for Decorating Purposes ;
Mattiuq of all Kinds,
Chinese Fire Crackers, Rockets and
bombs, Japanese Pro vision and Soy.
Hand-painted Porcelain Dinner Set.
a few o! those tine hand-embroidered
WlL.lt ana SATIN SCREEN'S.
Assorted colors and patterns of Orepe
Silk8hawls. Elegant Tete-ateOups
and Sancera. A fine lot of
BOATS AND ACCESSOKIES
A few of those handy Mosquito Urn
Also, an assortment of new styles of
Rattan Chairs and. Tables
Also, a small selection of JAPANESE
WING WO CHAN & CO.
No. 2 Nuuanu Straot.
and Tweed !
are always to be found at
Tu. B. Kerr's
OE L4TEST PATTERNS!
Gent's Furnishing Goods of the Best Manufacture
TEEGLOAN & SOI
47 Queen Street
t3FThese Goods are of the
best English and French
make and comprise the new
est styles and patterns, will
be sold in quantities to suit
i eiiipie of
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Special Notice !
ENo reserve on anything in the Toy line.
gains will be offered TODAY and SATUEDAY.
money by purchasing your Toys at the Temple of Fashion.
Corner Fort unci Hotel Streets, Honolulu. H. I.
Daily Advertiser, 50 Cents per Month
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.