TILE PACLFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HQS (XLTJIi IJ, NOVEMBER 10, 1S94.
OF FUHHY RUMORS
They Relate to the Fond Dreams of
MB. HARDENS SERIOUS AS3URANCE.
dend 3I? 3000," He Write Will the
Money Co Forward? A Kelal of
January Yarn Midnight Conspirator-
Cargoes of Arm Once 3Iore,
A couple of sentences from Fran-
c!s Leo G. Harden a letter to Junius
JCaae have leaked out. These are :
"I can restore the queen. Send
me $3000 and it will be done." It
mav nossiblv occur to the forlorn
j x rf
hope contingent that they will be
"done" if they send any money to
Since Harden'd missive came to
cheer them a number of the men
in Mrs. Dominis train have de-
clared that something would soon
be done for the ex-queen. Th ab
surdity of this is enough to draw
tears from a ship's mast. Yet there
are a few people foolish enough to
believe that the Republic will eoon
be a thing of the past, and that the
kahili of monarchy will once more
wave in the land.
Some of these deluded individu
als have been working among na
tives, telling them that restoration
was assured. The natives are told
that awful punishment awaits
them when the change is accom
plished unless they instantly flock
to the standard of royalty. A few
of them are frightened. The great
majority take no stock in the re
newed alarm. They have heard
the cry of wolf too often.
On the streets there are all sorts
of reports. Every utterance has
been traced to sources that have
been proven to be wholly irrespon
sible. One of these yarns con
cerned the postponement of the de-
parture oi tne unusn warsoip. ma
. ii -i n frt I
VWMM W A ATtnlT T n U w T1PI I V I Ii I ! I
aa w viio cucvy I
cer eaia, ao, wb aro uuu bulu8
now till after the first of the year.
There is to be some sort of a disturb
ance in town here about the 20th of
this month. I believe the royalists
propose to overthrow the Govern
ment or somethinir ot tnat sort.
This is retailed and repeated
everywhere. Often it is given seri
ously. Usually it is told a3 a joke.
It is a beautiful example of fabri
cation. Other current rumors are about
meetings that must be held in the
air. They could take place no
where else. Some unique features
are added to accounts of these
gatherings. One variation is that
the haoles who attend are masked.
-Addresses are said to be delivered
by both haolea and natives. The
speeches as reported are full of ex
hortation to be faithful to tradition
and to stand ready to descend
upon the detested usurpers.
A resusicated story is about the
landing of a cargo of arms on "the
other side of the island." The
usual small schooner figures in
The climax rumor was distrib
uted privately yesterday by John
E. Bush. This statement was that
President Dole had left Hilo 6ome
time ago for the United States.
Bush had letters from Hawaii. Ka
Leo's editor was certain that Mr.
Dole was getting from under.
President Dole will be in town
again in a few days.
In the meantime the affairs of
the Republic are in most excellent
condition. There was never less
lawlessness in the land. Politics
as relating to monarchy have been
almost forgotten. If any man or
set of men try seriously to reverse
the issue Marshal Hitchcock will
turn a garden hose on them. If
more serious attention is demanded
Col. Fisher will be called in as
The sharpshooters and a number
of militiamen will indulge in tar
get practice this afternoon. The
regulars are at it every day.
; In a Stndlo.
There were several agreeable sur
prises for those who visited the
atalier of D. Howard Hitchcok yes
terday. Several new canvases were
shown. Mr. Hitchcock stems to
improve constantly. His treatment
of Hawaiian subjects has never yet
There is now on an easel at the
studio a fine portrait of the late
S. N. Castle.
The Hawaiian Gazette will be
on sale today at the newsdealers
and at this office. It contains all
the news of the past few days. Se
cure a copy and send it along with
August Dreier, the Kauai eugar
planter, ia in town.
ranch j8 a lae arrival.
C. II. Wetmore and wife leave
for San Francisco today.
Sheriff S. W. Wilcox and family
arrived from Kauai yesterday.
Miss Mary Ii. Hitchcock leaves
for San Francieco today for a vieit
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall and
eon were among the Hall's passen
Captain John Good, of the regu
lar forces, leaves today for a visit
to San Francisco.
Henrv Waterhouse and D. V.
Corbett returned yesterday after a
brief visit to Maui.
George II. Fairchild, the assist
ant manager at Kealia, arrived on
the James Makee yesterday.
Dr. John AVarbrick, of Toronto,
Canada, who has been visiting the
different isiami3 for the past two
months, returns home today.
Off for America.
The following persons are booked
to leave on the Australia today :
B. Gilmour, J. Jj. Laird and wife,
C. II. Wetmore and wife, A.
Lancr. E. E. Boyer. Capt. John
Good, Mrs. E. C. Judd, J. C. Rash-
leigh, Sarah R. Kay, H. R. Bash-
ford, Miss Mary R. Hitchcock and
Dr. J. C. AVarbriok.
JOHN o'JLL IM AFP.XA.
Tlie Crafty OMlIcntlri'iin iv()r.iA!K,rl
i, tu;,(K.o Sijiiav
Th latv.-t ;: juisirlon of African tov
r;tory rivt Cin-at I'rin.in an unbrr.k .
line r.cnKs thu length of Africa In.r.:
the ?.I(-lit rr:iiiv:'.:i ru.d tlie NiJe to i'.a
extreme ioinr of the continent. Ii:
this territory, ln-ltl in various v::v;--.
J M . . . .
tu m r,i l-rj r, in ext lit abu'lt
GOO H!ii:re i:;il s anl lias a popnla:i:::i
tf :;i.i.0:),o00. In rho ?,'il. valley it i;:
?!nIos inconiparabiy the htst of m.'ir:
Atrira. In Vv;uj:(h it l:o!'s the key tc
t,A- Jakes "f (riitral Africa, nearly
lari as our own lalw system. Tli iit
tn aty pivts ic the high land Avot .i
L!:e Ta!!p;nyikn, consiflrrr.hly hij:h'-r
hc3it!i:cr tr.ari tho entL-rn, iu iljv
Th'. iif.v cviK!uj-ts of the British
fV r.th Afr:c;i cor'tmiiv nod t'if f-r.-'r i:..
A - m I
j.i.i -njr i.t . .1
Alrica. in innr'i r.f v-hi-h wUit i, i- I
much of whu-h white m i;
live. L;L-tly, there is Cap- Colony, tin
only vital llnn-Tx uii settlemvnt "in
Africa. As ic stands this jrcat high
way holds two-thirds of all of Africa in
which Europeans can live and carry en
tftkieiit adniii:itratioii. It has the
most fertile tract in the continent in
l-Sypt. its healthiest iu Capo Town, its
crtatest f;o!d mines and the only region
from which tropical Africa. can be con
trolled. Still more important is its relation to
African water courses. A steamer can
start at Alexandria and run, when the
mahdi's successor is cleared away, to a
point on Albert Edward Nyanza, 125
miles from Lake Tanganyika." This runs
to within TO miles of Lake Xyassa. From
this lake the Shire river, broken at
Murchison falls, descends to the Zam
besi and the Indian ocean. From a nav
igable point on the Congo is less than
100 miles to Lake Tanganyika. The
Aruwini runs as near the Nile. It is
possible to start at the mouth of the Zam
bezi and reach the mouth of the Kongo
or Nile with less than 200 miles of land
travel, and the key and center to this
great system ia now in English hands.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Peneekeo Sugar Company held
this date, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year; and until
their successors are appointed :
W. F. Allen Vice-President
F 31. Swanzy Treasurer
n. II. Baird Secretary
T. K. Key worth Auditor
W. H. BAIRD,
Honolulu, October 27th, 1S94.
Election of Oflicers.
TIIE FOLLOWING OFFICERS
JL were elected for the ensuing year at
the adjourned annual meeting of the
Haiku fcugar Company held on the 5th
H. P. Baldwin President
S. M. Damon Vice-President
J. B. Atherton Treasurer
. A. Bowen Secretary
J. B. Castle Auditor
W. A. BOWEN,
Hunolnla, November 6, 1S94.
Notice of Election of Officers
'plIE FOLLOWING OFFICERS
were elected for the year 1S94-5 at
the annual meeting of the Reciprocity
Sugar Company he'd in Honolulu, on the
6th day of November, IS91:
W.O. Smith President
W. H. Cumminys Vice-President
W. R. Castle S-cre:ary
H.P. Baldwin Treasurer
T W. Hobron Auditor
Who also constitute the Board of
Directors. V. U. CASTcE,
Secretary Reciprocity Sugar Company.
Dated Honolulu, November 6, 1S94.
160 1-2 w
Notice of Meeting of
Tax A p-
Notice is hereby given to all persons
whom it may concern that the General
Tax Appeal Boards of the Seconl Divi
sion will Bit at the tinea and place3 be-
low eetforth for the purpose o! hearing
District of If ana At liana Court
House, 10 a. m., November 22d, 1S94.
Maeawao District At Makawao
Court House, 10 a. m., November '26th,
Wailcku District At Wailuku Court
House, 10 a. m., November 2Sth, 1394.
Lahaina District and Island op
Lanai At Lahaina Court House, 10 a.m.
December 1, 159-1.
Island of Molokai At Pukoo Court
House, 10 a. m., December 3, 1894.
JOHN W. KALUA,
Judge Circuit Court, Second Circuit.
Wailuku, November 7, 1S94.
Will be received at the office of the
Minister of the Interior till 2 p.m. WED
NESDAY, November 14th, 1S94, for
Lumber, Corrugated Iron and Eolts
to be used Jin the construction of Nuu-
Specifications can be seen at the office
.ml.o j .f D..u:wir0
oi iue Dupermieiiuciii ui x u
The Minister of the Interior does cot
bind himself to accept the lowest or any
bid. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 8th, 1894.
Hereafter, the'General Postoffice will
clo6e on SATURDAYS, at 1 p. m.
When a foreicn mail arrives on Satur
day, the General Delivery will be re
opened for one hour from 4 to 5 p. m.
JOS. M. OAT,
S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance.
As a means of preserving health and
Dreventir.cr sickness, all Dersona are ad -
ised in drinkinz water to use only that
ised in drinking water to use only that
which has been boiled.
Per order of the Board of llealth.
WILLI A.3I O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Novea.ber 7, 1894
WILLIAM. M. GRAHAM, Esq., has
this day been appointed a Notary Public
for the First Judicial Circuit of the Ha
waiian Islands. J.A.KING.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 8, 1S94.
Board of Health Notice.
On SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS,
Burial Certificates can be obtained at the
residence of Mr. C. B. Reynolds, east
end of Green street.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
President Board of Health.
Honolulu, November 6tht 1S94.
Mr. JOHN MELANTHY has this day
been appointed Luna of the Government
Lands in Nuuanu Valley, with authority
to eject all trespassers without written
permit from the Interior Office.
And also with authority to takn nn and
impound all estrays on the Government I
land and public highways from Hanai- I
akamalama to the Pali of Nuuanu, vice
William Laa. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 5th, 1S94.
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents above Judd street
are requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes be
fore S o'clock A. M.
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. I., July 20, 1S94.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes are
from 7 to S o'clock a. m. and 5 to 6
o'clock p. v. A. BROWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. King,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu. May 25, 1S94. 369S-tf
The undersigned offers for saT
fo'ilovoing hand-tuade Laces:
Dolie, Table Mat-,
Center Table Piece. Tidies
fc-chool stre-t, near Waikahalulu.
National Caoe Shredder
(PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.)
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager
of the Hllo Sugar Company
gives tlie toiiowing wonaertu;
record of the working of the
NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was erected by
their works at the commence
ment of the crop just har
vested: "During the past week the
Hilo bugar Company s mill ex
ceeded any of its former
records br closing the 125
hours grinding with an output
of 3001 tons. This is fully 10
per cent, more than the best
work Of former years.
"The three roller mill beinp
2G in. by 54 in. and the two'
it 'ii oa l Pf rni
roller mill 30 in by 60 in. The
nrst mill QOing LUIS amount OI
work in an efficient manner
and with great ease, compared
wi'fli vrvlr wlinlo oot-,
, ,i i ,
u viug tu tuuiuu6u Ficuaiauuu
Ot tlie cane Dy tne JNatlOnal
ane fcnreaaer, recently erec-
i Lea )v t,iir Lnmnanv. Ann
-- , .
py Its US6 tne extraC-
J-Z 1 1 " 1 I
won nas Deen increasea irom
a per cent, to o per cent, on all
lrinrls: nf ranp nnrl in enmo
cases SO per cent, has been
;i . j.u i
reached: the averaere beiner 7d
to 7S per cent., according to
v r i r -
I Continue to find the
megass trom shredded cane
better fuel than from Whole
"The shredder has hfifin
working day and night for
seven Months and haf given
me entire sausiaction, naving
shredded durincr that time
about seventy thousand tons
of cane, and a large part of it
v, ci.j. fao ,xo ui iu
being nard ratoons.
. , m-ri m -
I ""ha chrorHflv n.H emmnn
I require very
rannira row i;ff7
iibtig vmu va
SPPlans and specifications
of these shredders may be seen
at the omce of
Win. G. Irwin & Co. LI
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
20-Year -: Leases
Lots Centrally Located
An Indmenl in Coffee !
HUE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AN
interest in a Coflee Plantation of
two hundred acres. Twenty-three acres
already in coffee and a large nursery of
plants ready for planting. Buildings on
the estate; situated on road from Hilo to
Volcano of Kilauea. Appl' to
J. O. CARTER,
208 Merchant Street.
November 5, 1S94. 3S3o-lw
LIMITED NUMBER OF SHARES
V. in the South Kona Coffee ComDanv.
The Company has acquired five hundred
acres ot conee land in fee simple at Papa
2, South Kona, Hawaii, about three and
one-half miles from Hoopuloa landing.
The land is among the best for coffee
growing in Ivona, the soil consisting of
very rich a-a and is easily worke i. A
large number of shares have already
been subsciibed for.
J. NT. MONSARRAT,
Cart wright's Elock, Merchant Street,
Honolulu. HSU 1592-tf
THREE OR FOUR ASSISTANTS IN
tbe Free Kindergaitens, who will
receive their training free in considera
tion of their services. It is desirable
that applicants should beat least tweDty
years ot aie; should have a good com
mon school education : fome musical
ability ; a sincere love for children and
an enthusiasm for teaching. Apolv to
MIftS EASTMAN or MRS. H." C.
COLEMAN. 3S29-lw I
Of Interest to Sugar Mill Owners
Managers and Agents of
Plantations, and to Every
body Using Machinery.
The undersigned begs to inform
the public that he has opened an es
tablishment at the corner of Queen
and Ncuanc t-ts , Honolulu, where
will be kept in stock a full supply of
Engineer's Findings; Steam and
Water Pipe and Fittings; Brasswork,
Finished and Rough; Hooker's
Steam ar;d Double Acting Pumps;
Deep Well Pumps; Windmill Pumps;
Hand Power Pumps of various de
signs. Being sole agent and representa
tive of the rirm of W. T. Garratt &
Co., of San Franci?co, who are manu
facturers of this line of good. I am
enabled to s-ell at prices never before
quotea in mis marker, saving my
customers the wholesale and jobbers
Apent for the Hawaiian Islands of
the Richard's Lock Nut, which is aa
?lrdjn.?17 h.es ,?ut constructed so
I iuab it is impussiuie ior me nut io
becomfl locsepor 6lack and frtll off t
bolt. It costs no more than the
ordinary cold pressed iron nut and
dispenses with the use of the lock
washers, keys and split pins. This
I nut is now exclusively used on all
tbe principal railroads and street
cars lines in the United States.
oampies ana pamphlets Jurnihed
i "Fir""L'uu i uuucioiSucu.
Agent for thn Sinhnn WTfar
E1 fnr. whlVh i3 tmf,v.
I -1 - w w . . v
irrigation, city supply, farms, etc
invention as ita name indicates
I is based UDon tho urinciDle of the
fho,D no,w.n t0 ,the Ancients but
i it is aevisea in sacn a manner as to
t-r r. iiv 11 ini v i- i w- iimiib hiiiiiii'm.
tion. Used until today only for the
drawing off of liquids to a lower level,
V1 slPno 4no ecomes an
I Anrnmarin Warm Ii lorofni- rr-Visl-i
I r:r: ' :"
do wed with great powers. In many
instances land situated higher than
the irrigation ditch can be irrigated
nfomi.nal expense. The Siphon
water from the main irrigation ditch
to a higher one, whila the waste is
?vaiJableJ?r irrigating the lower
Ievls fTv Biphof ?levat.ors .are
ma(je 0f brass and iron in sizes
rangioer in caDacitv of from two
I v,,i-i u :n; 11
i j - . i
EST" Estimates and plans furnish
ed for new machinery and repairs.
U. It. AlOVEIGH,
Office and warehouse cor. Queen
and Nuuanu sts., Honolulu.
P. O. Box 457. Mutual Tel. 578.
propcr care or they may
f ' (
4 horc orcow
the sWp oj
cLTt ccxe or
refute: in x
Aivy f ic5c tilings
ramiiy j ivny ntomcnt.
Save vcu.o.)orri oF
ready jotxscsacK casw?
ltrhSia eyuai 'or the cure of
bruises. Sbvains, Sores, 'msccb
'tcs c All Dmoi&rgjgjj;n
503 Fort Street,
and Tweed !
are always to be found at
T T TZ-vvv5oi
I B 1 ix til I
1 J v vJL J.
7 1aeen Street
tSThese Goods are of tha
make and comprise the new
est styles and patterns, will
be sold in quantities to suit
75c. A MONTH.
$2 A QUARTER.
Payable in Advance !
FCBL1SHKD BY THE
NEWSPAPER COMPANY, L'D.
The Planters' Monthly.
H. M. Whitney, - Editor.
CONTENT8 FOR OCTOBER,
Notes on Current Topics.
The Louisiana Revolt.
Cane Topping and Cutting
Sugar Bounties and Duties.
Farm Manures and Fertilizers.
Sugar Mills and Plantations in Hilo.
Low Prices of Sugar and their Cause.
Pineapples in Florida.
Beet Sugar in United States under the
How to grew fine Ferns.
Chemical Control in the Factory.
The Peanut Industry.
Oranges and their uses as Food.
Encouraging the Bounty System.
Worth Remembering during Droughts.
List of Officers P. L. & S. Co.
Subscription $2.50 a year.
Foreign Subscription $3 a year.
Bound Volumes 3 60
Back Volumes bound to order.
CT"Published by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
46 Merchant 8t. Elouolalc
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