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TITE PACIFIC COMMEKCIAXi ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOYEMBER 5, 1S94.
LATEST FROM THE BIG ISLAND. HAWAIIAN POLICY APPLAUDED. Ladies' Column. 0fneral tfmfrtisrmrnts. 3Ctuj itocrttsrmcnts. Ab out the Famous Volcano, Politics and Business. KILAUEA SHOWING FIRE FOUNTIANS. Tmirltli I'lrkal-Mntfiiirntt of Presi dent Hole 1 he Traction Engine Made lawful Olaa ItapM ron th Got rrnuifnt K.I U'nrllronal Nte. IIilo (Hawaii;, Nov. 1. Election day iu Ililo was a quiet ami unevent ful one. No opposing candidate in the first district, very little interest was taken in the election, and an utter disregard of " instructions how to mark the ballot" caused the very light vot? that was xolled to be still further diminished. A relic of last election appeared on one of the repre sentative ballots a stencil mark of the Roman numeral five. The following table is a complete one, showing the result of the election on Hawaii : ISLAND STATESMEN ARE Circumvented a lirltUli Scheme Peo ple at AVathlngton InterenteI State Ieiartinent'A Concern Talk In Influ ential Circle on the Coast. American Comments on the Cable The demand for white cot Negotiations. ton Dress Goods during the last week has induced us to continue the sale of those on able, hand until they are all sold. He- member this means that you BUY THEM AT JUST WHAT TIIEY cost us, not one cent more or one cent less. AVe ain't mak ing any money on these kind of sales, but it gives us room for the immense stock of new news from Honolulu of the abrupt I "Australia." check riven bv the Dole troremment I ttt . , to thH iiPritl.it inna 1)V rommissioners e Want 10 lllOVG 01 OUT from Kngiand for special concessions Hosiery at our Quick Sales for a projected cable between British and Small Profit Prices, SO the Columbia and Australia has been re- r TTTTQ RT A rTr CTHPT." ceived here with great satisfaction, IjilUir UljiLlV SIUOIY- because of the positive attitude of the IXGS will gO again this Week Hawaiian Government in refus- , , , , . . 0 ing, on account of prior ex- at last week s prices, or the 3 elusive treaty engagements with ,7n-,nn no of QO o anv ' -i:AToif ru:-T iitk!;t. 13345 ; 78 To y.r jr pr jr fr jr jr pr tal J. Kanbat.e 4 iT 22 8 12 13 13 9 12J K. L. Lyman 5 51 a 3 1 15 16 13 10 1C F. Northrnu 4 4 22 8 12 14 13 11 130 C. Notlcy 4 47 22 1 XI 3 11 133 to make anv grant as that requested by Great dozen, while the $5 per dozen un. Well-informed persons here nnpcj n nor rlnon The same with MEN'S SOCKS: II known, however, that all - l'CA 7, . ;nta are anxious for the es- want to Call Special Attention ;nt of telegraphic communi. to the magnificent White Cot- th the islands of the Pacific. x -ri if i j tt n ketbebentativeh nnsT ditri-jt. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 K. E. Richards... Kobt. liycroft.... SENATORS SECOND IITRICT. 1234 567 To pr pr pr pr pr pr pr tal .7. Kaabine 32 4 K. S Lyman 29 1 F. Northrop 37 2 ChM. Notlej 27 3 7 14 10 19 12 9 7 IS 11 13 81 4 10 10 12 9 f4 4 9 10 12 9 74 the United fcstatea, such IJrita characterize this move made by the British Government as a part of its machinations for new advantages in the $3 per.dozen Ones are UOW the Pacific ocean. .. koos W ol.n It is well known, however, that all v- j ,, uiou governmen tablishmen . m. Durinir th sitting of representatives ton n.mbroiaerea HanclKer- of the United States, Great Britain chiefs offered this Week. ?Kn??.Lln.V". They are not cheap ones, its rIIrLrLrLrLrLrLr! tripartite arrangement in regard to the price of them that IS 7 ino 97 4 3i 42 38 is 373 the "neutrality and autonomous gov- I cheap 13 8 83 20 2J 39 32 22 331 emmeiit of the Kamoan islands." the rni.V i ' riu in Tiiruyr i t lv in subject of the establishment of tele- . J-" , . . graphic cable communication with in Our Volcano trip and it IS Hamoa was broached to the confer- quite evident from late re- ence by the British delegates, who , xi,j. Arn,in stated that the establishment of tele- POrtS that Madame Tele IS graphic cable communication would making great preparations to y, d her part for she has been turbauces. The American Commls- 1 - , . - n sioners, through John A. Kasson, as- throwing up lOUlltains OI lire sured the conference that the United fifty feet high during the last States was equally desirous of having wfipu nmi p vprv in diVit inn (rnpj telegraphic communication estab- eeK ana every inaication goes lished with Samoa, but that it was a to Show that by the time yOU matter upon which the American are ieady to go she will be in Commissioners had no authority to nrrr treat at that time and nlaee. . ner glory. President Dole left Ililo Tuesday, The recent occurrence is likely to liemember and save everv October 30th, for a trip around the lead todiplomaticcorrespondeuce with checfc jf vou fa nof have island if he finds the trip not too hard, this Government and also to hasten j ' rm oivP tliPm to and he has the time ; otherwise, he action in Congress upon the matter of enOUgll you Can gl e tliem to will take the next Kinau at Mahu- encouraging the laying of atelegraphic friends who are making lip o.rn irnnntniit ATiaa cable between our Pacific coast and ,i1,kc, npu;a wr- nn4- the Hawaiian islands, as to which I wu"a- xiio uowv 10 ci. ciu preliminary action has already been week for buyers. taken in Congress. mi. t . i. -t c i i 1 . peatedly manifested its earnest con- Itf. Jj . jiJlLbiiiS & CO. ueru iu cuuie ieifgrajuiu cuiuuiuuicu tion with the Hawaiian islands, but under this Administration it has also shown its disinclination to enter into any further "entangling alliances" with foreign governments by co-operation for the accomplishment of that or any other pupose. UtrntSESTATIVE SECOND DISTRICT. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 pr pr pr pr prprprTotal K. . Ito-l 12!J 1 8 9 5 2 21 174", i K. M. Mo IJee.. 8 1 4l0!i45 10.. 7hJ W. M Kalolnaa... IS 59 8'j 22 3 1 l41Ji P. KamaoohA.. 7SJ 31 12 5', 8 1 .. J-VJ San Kaahane 10 3 .', li .. 98 40 lo7i, Kamauoba. an lnJit nJent, 1 elected. kona and return to Honolulu. Miss Clara Dole and Iaukea comprise the party. Mrs. Dole, in company with Mrs. Ij. S. Severance, leave for the volcano on the 2d instant for a stay of some time. In the Police Court, on the 221 ult., Otto Rose pleaded guilty to the charge of battery on a good-looking and am bitious young native who was inter ested in Miss Mary Rose. Otto, taking exceptions, followed it up with beat iDg the gay young Lothario so that his face resembled somewhat a map of darkest Africa. The "curse to Hilo." Wilson's SCHILLER ! SOHlLLEIi ! . SCHILLER ! SCHILLER ! JUST RECEIVED J. T. Waterliouse o- No. 10 Store AN "AMRPTP.AN" Cabinet -;- Grand -:- Upright iriano WAKKAMEl) VOU 5 YEA US. IiOOK WEILL,, WEAK W15L.L,, SOUND WELL,. aSyExamine these beautiful Instruments at the ladies' and gent's BATHING SUITS! Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, Children. Pinaloren, Silk, Shetland and Wool Shawls MUSIC DEPABTMENT, I ttttv rt t ntrnn BCWLlILlSr NEWS .COMPANY M1J ULUVL&' JOHN NOTT, A LEADER ! $VTlH-l'.i"-', '-"".'S i f P- ! ui ,jni.i.iiiii mr- I llie "Curse lo jiiiu. nnsuus tr j TTnnnof lia ylno tyi?1 traction engine, the Portuguese Sugar Ir- L. Hopper, the nee mil- MII1 Company have found very useful ler, was a home passenger by the t 1 1 ' il - 111 TIM.. ... I 4 I 1 ' 1 1 . 1,1. j u lanuiiig lueir iuih ui iuu uun, i vusiraiiii uuu uruusuv buuis news which baa no hoisting apparatus or machinery for landing heavy freight. A week's work without was performed with the traction engine In two days. There is some talk of a change in the mauagement of the Uilo Hotel. Mr. Friemann, late of the Hawaiian Hotel, Is looking into the matter. of the cable. He was at the Occi dental hotel in San Francisco for some months. Mr. Hopper says that there was more earnest con sideration of this cable incident than of any Hawaiian happening Olaa has 517 acres of land cleared eince July 4th. Many influential for planting coffee; 341 acres planted men warmly commended the action with coffee. It has a population of fifty white settlers and 219 laborers. Koad Superintendent Marlin thinks it will be all of three months ere he will be able to start working on the Puna road. There is some talk of keeping the prisoners on the main roads and letting the building of the Puna road out by contract. The growl that went down from here some little time ago about Madame Pele's sluggishness, seems to have woke the old girl up, as well as the genial Peter. Tourists returning from the volcano are very well pleased with their trip to Kilauea. The pit has filled up some fifty feet in a very few days, making in all a rise of about one hundred feet in a month. There are a number of fountains playing and the smoke that has hovered so of this Government. High praise was given the ability shown by Minister Hatch and the Cabinet in dealing with the representatives of the Imperial government. i IS FULL FLEDGED. Opthalmic College Diploma Granted to H. F. Wichman. II. F. Wichman, of the big jew elry house on Fort street, is home from the United States and will be at the old stand this morning. He Walking Jackets Steel and Iron Ranges. Stoves and Fixtures. HOUSSXSSFma GOODS akd kitchsh utsesils, AGATE WARE IN GREAT VARIETY, White, Gray and 8iJver-p!ated , RUBBER . HOSE LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, WATER CLOSETS, METALS, Plumbers1 Stock, Water and Soil Pipes. Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work CHAMOIS GLOVES, ladies' and children's Hats and Bonnets ! TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED, Dress Goods in preat variety, Rainbow and Emhroidered Crape, Feathers and Flowers New Curtain Materials, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Leather and Silver Belts, Novelties in Rucliing; Chiffon Handkerchiefs and Ties, LACE AND EMBROIDERED PLOUNCIMS ! Wholesale and Retail DIIIOND BLOCK, 95 and 97 KIKQ STEEET. ONE DOLLAR FULL LINE OF JAPANESE GOODS Silk and Cotton Dress Goods, SILK, LINEN AND CREPE SHIRTS of complete stock made by Yama toya ol Yokohama. Straw Hats, Neckwears, Sashes, Shawls, PROVISIONS in general. etc. went abroad to perfect himself as long over the pit baa entirely disap- an optician. Mr. Wichman took the full course with a regular class pea red. PERSONAL ANI OTHERWISE. Judgre and Mrs. Austin returned from Kohala Saturday, the 27th ult. Mi$9 Parke returns to Honolulu this Kinau, after a pleasant stay of some weeks, part of which was spent at Kilauea. President Dole was unable to vote on Monday. at the Chicago Opthalmic College. This is a standard institution. lie ranked high in his studies and has a first-cla3 diploma. Mr. Wich man is now capable of fitting glasses as the work should be done. if. D. Raid win has been appointed He brought a complete stock and one of the members of the Board of ag well made heavy purchases of IleRistration for the First District. F. ipWelrv. novelties, clocks .inri resigned tne position in - nft"a According to Mr. Wichman, busi ness in the eastern part of the United States is improving. There is no change yet in the west, where merchants in every line are com plaining. "The jewelry business is the b-irometer of trade every where," said Mr. Wichman. "When it picks up other people are getting hold of money. In the east the jewelers are making en couraging reports. I gave them a good impression of the commercial conditions here." Get one now .as they will be on Sale but a few days at this price. JXJST ARRIVED 3? ICR BARK C. BKYANT. BABY CARRIAGES of all styles, CARPETS, RUGS, and MATS in the latest patterns, Household 99 Sewing: Machines TEAS 0F latest importation HandSewing Machines, all with the latest improvements. Also on hand Westermayer's Celebrated Cottage Pianos Parlor Organs, Guitars and other Musical Instruments. tSTTor sale by ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO , King Street, opposite Castle c CooKe, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. When you aro in need of any line of Japanese Good?, srive us first call and save your goin;; utt around town. ITOHAN, Importer of Japanese Goods 206 Fort St., near Custom Ilotxse. 3395-tf S. JiVman order to acceDt Senatorial honors R. A. Lyman, Sr. is mentioned as the probable successor to his brother as Commissioner of Boundaries. W. Pullar, who has been on a visit to his farotr home in Scotland, has returned aud resumed bis duties as head overseer of Pepeekeo Sugar Com pany. Miss Mary Hitchcock leaves on this steamer for a visit to the States. Clif ton Springs, New York, is her desti nation. Only Brush Bumiug. The fire alarm at G lan evening wa3 on account of bru?h burning on the old Macfarlane premises near Sans Souci. Chief Hunt made careful in quiry before starting out with the apparatu?, aud was cautious enough to ask aiain from the head of the Waikiki road. This caved a long run for nothing. Some Chinamen were burning the brush. It looked so much like a house in flames that a young mau at Sans Souci was fooled. IZamchameha's Day. There was a larce crowd of vis itors at Kamehameha all of Satur day afternoon. The bail game was the great attraction. It was an in teresting contest, and if repeated at the Makiki ground should attract a good audience. The shops were a revelation to many callers, and the museum is ', continual! growing iu interest. Give the Baby J. J. EGAN. S$lMf METIIODIST Episcopal Church Services FOR INFANTS TEGINNING ON SUNDAY, OCTO- Jf ber 14th, regular niorr.ins and eveninp services will be held by the Methodist Epicopal Church of Hono lulu. KEV. II. W PhCK. Tastor, in the Hall, at the corner of Fort and Hotel streets (formerly .Annexation Club Rooms). A formal organization of thi3 Church will take place on the first Sunday in November. All Christims not affiliated with any other Evangelical church are invited to unite in this organization. USll-lm A Perfect Nutriment for growing Children. Convalescents. consumptives, dyspeptics. and the A red, and In Arutp Illneos and all Wasting Diseases. THE Best Food for Hand-fed Infants. OUR BOOK for the Instruction ormothers,"Tlie Care and FeciW in orinCant,"will be mailedre to any address, upon request. DOLIBER-GOODALE CO BOSTON, MASS.. U. 8. A. BENSON, SMITH & CO., Sol .A.sr!tH for th Ilhv;iii;m Lsl:inl. -rTfr? Tl il fTrfe AND &.INVAIInS FwMm Daily Advertiser, 75 Cents per Month PELIVERED BV CARRIEP. CENTRAL MAEKET I NTJTJyLNTJ STREET. First-class Market in every respect; be sides carrying a full line of Meats, re make a specialty of iESrealcfast Sausages, Triead. Cheese, Xressetl Corn. Beef. WESTBR00K & GARES, 3437-q Proprietor. An Open Letter -TO THE LADIES OF HONOLULU ! T WILL FOR THE weeks 8KLL GOODS NEXT TWO AT COST to make room for IIoiHay Goods. gZST'Tle Gool3 are all fresh and of the latest f ty!ee. 3811-1 m M. HANNA, FOKT 8TKKET.