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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAIi ADVERTISER: HONOIUI-TJ, ZSOVESUJER 2S, 1S94.
5 LUMBER FOR TO RAILWAY. The Bis Schooner Jewett, With 600,000 Feet, Is Now Overdue. Work on the Line of Grade Force to b Increased, on the lit lnt. Heavy Rock Cuts. On October 29th, the schooner Jewett left the Sound with 000,000 feet of lumber for the Oahu Rail- way extension. rerverse winu3 have delaved the vessel, one is expected hourly. Contractor Feek i3 chafing under the wait. as the material arrives about fifty mechanics will be put on the work. The briduea and culvert3 are to be o built at once. i4I now have more than one hun dred men on the line," said Mr. Feek vesterday. "After December let the fjrce will be increased to 175 men on the crade. We are setting along very well. Work is in progress at a point eleven mile3 beyond tne present terminus on Vn Tt a 7tArt rush to Uaianae. It is expected ip uo ousiness irom mat piamauon mis season. , "A he heavy woik win oe in raah,- ing rock cuts at Kaena Point and in several other places. At the Point there are 80,000 yards of stone and earth to be removed. This is rather slow work, for the reason that only a limited force can be used. It means more men and fewer teams." Mr. Feek's present contract is to extend the railway to Kahuku plantation. It is expected that an agreement to belt the island by continuing on from Kahuku will pnnn ho Pntprprl into. Tl . ,r Tk-nr- i . 4 I li w ,ur. u"guu"i8 piau tu luliy develop an tne territory along the line of tne railway, he newspapers, printed here, are con eees great possibilities in the way I etantly endeavoring to circnlate of small farming. All the land is suitable for cane, bananas, rice and coffee. tt ' ;to Lnrrdi V.o. i i 41 Ar m i ill 1 1 . i.v n iiiHiuMi iiui i i ip l i i in iJA the railway is at the foothills. To eave flooding a creat number of culverts will be placed beneath the roadbed. MUSICAL ORGANIZATION. One Society Disbands Another Started Disposition of Property. Yesterday evening pursuant to call, a number of members of the Honolulu Amateur Musical Soci ety met at the residence of Rev. A. Mackintosh. Nuuanu Valley, for the purpose of disbanding the so MPtv Mr Mnokintoch was called ciety. Mr. Mackintosh was caned to preside, and Mr. .J. .Lowrey acted as secretary. After discussion " and remarks by several present it J . 1 was resolved to give the grand A tbfl cash on hand to the Young Men's Christian Association on condition that the association allow the proposed new musical I - . .1 " -f 41... 1 I EOCieiy tne uee ui H"3 pmuu auu hall for the purpose of rehearsals. It was further resolved that the book containing the records of the society be given to the Hawaiian Historical Society. The society then disbanded. After a brief interval during which several of the members of the disbanded, society retired. Those remaining were called to order for the purpose of forming a new musical society. ir. .nact .'nfnad troa oinin rn llpr! in nTpaif?p. and Wray Taylor to act as secre- tary. It was moved and carried that a musical society be formed, and that those present oe cnarter r-iom npra MIK UlCnam?. 1IS Hopper and W. W. Hall were ap- inted a committee to draw up a AM f VWAW - ' 7 I constitution and by-laws to report at a future meeting. Miss Rich ards, Mrs. C. L. Wight, Miss von Holt and T. M. Starkey are a com mittee to canvass for musical members. Another meeting will beheld next Tuesday evening to receive the report of the commit tees. After a vote of thanks to the chairman the meeting ad journed. A Chinese Prisoner Released, In the District Court yesterday a Chinese prisoner named Ah Lama was released from jail, after serv ing one year. He was convicted on Kauai on an opium charge and fined $500. He could not pay the fine so had to go to jail. The hearing on the charge of ex tortion against W. Linday, an ex police officer, went over until thi3 morning. Lindsay and a man named Spencer are accused of ob taining $25, from a Japanese under peculiar circumstances. A sailor named Jansen, employed on the Daisy Kimball, was fined 5 for assaulting a police officer. Mukoa was fined $5 for assault- T Sends a Pleasing Letter to the Atlantic Sea Board. Personnel of the Government' Mr. Dole's Wisdom and Ills Discretion. Ills Associates Iloyalist Papers. Boston Traveler. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Oct 12. Three months have elapsed since the birthday of the Republic, on the 4th day of July, 1894, and we have had sufficient time to see its benefi cent effect upon the community and nation at large. It has been very gratifying, indeed, to those who have born the burden and heat of the day in endeavoring to bring order out of chaos to see that the merging of the Provisional Government into that of the Kenublic of Hawaii has been so successfully accomplished It is, perhaps, known to your readers that the personnel of the two are similar; those who directed the com- inc into beinsr of the Provisional Government have become by the transfer made by the Constitutional Convention, composed of delegates from all the islands the heads of the established Republic. It is needles perbapg t0 add that President Dole It is needless, s rm a-Qd strong hand is stiH gniding the ship of state with great wisdom amj discretion. His deserved popu- larity increases as each month goes by, and 6hows what we may firmly believe to be history repeating itself. When a crisis in a nation's exist- ence occurs, an overruling x-rovia- 1 T" ? T ence seems to nave tue man reaoy for the occasion; this has been pre eminently so in all the history of Hawaiian developement. The able corps of constitutional advisers Messrs. Hatch, New EDglandborn; King, a New Yorker; Damon and Smith, born upon the islands have constituted a cabinet well worthy ?d qnahfied to meet the exigencies of national life as it has aneen from defid monarchv. It is well known that certain B0 called "royalist damaging statements with regard to the abiiity of the man and the stabil- ity of the Government. It may be safely asserted that all 6uch state- menta are without any substantial . foundation in trnth and are printed more for their effect abroad than at home. These papers have no standing in our community, and are not gener ally patronized by any respectable body of our citizens; their claim to speak for the natives is not well founded. They represent only the opinion or a small oouy or. discon tents of atl nationalities, but more particularly those of the white and haH blood, clamoring for a chance that may restore them an opportun ity at the loaves and fishes, rather than of the true natives. It is a fact of some significance that the only paper printed in the native language and edited by a true Hawaiian is strongly in favor of the -Hawaiian is sirongiy iu xavor ox iuo Republic. We have no w been Bome time without the presence of but one man-of-war in our harbor, At 1 1 A. 1 L Bing lumny piam evmeucw ui. our police forces and our home Gov- ernment is abundantly able to sus- tain itself without the presence of flnc re. The need for such intervention seems to have passed away. TWO CALLERS. Secretary Narita and Consul Schaefer Visit the President. President Dole had a pair of diplomatic callers yesterday morn ing. .Mr. uoro narita, acting Jap . r x . i T anese agent, delivered into the hands of Hawaii's Executive his country's recognition of the Re- public. Tbis was very cordial. It contaiued the best wishes for the j lfar0 of the resident. X i ' the nope tnat tne two countries will continue to be friendly, to their mutual benefit. Mr. Narita, who was introduced by Minister Hatch, said it gave him great pleasure to present the greeting of his Emper or. President Dole responded briefly. When Mr. Narita entered the grounds of the capitol building a concert by the Government band was in progress. The Japanese national anthem was rendered. F. A. Schafer, dean of the consu lar corps, called upon President Dole yesterday. This is his first visit since the Fourth of July. The President was absent, on Ha waii, when the recognitions of Italy and other countries represented by Mr. Schaefer were received. The Accommodation Line. A BOSTON RAVELER WRITES Jonx. OS AND AFTER SOV ember 26, 1S94, there will rFSr ie a dailv line of ages froai W A I ALU to PKAKL CITY Sun day excepted, leavinirWaialaa at 7 a.m. and arriving at Pearl Citj in time for the 11 o'clock tain for Honolulu; leaving Pearl City on arrival of 1 :43 train from Honolulu, arriving at Wai.iluat 6 p.m. ED. B JGAUT, Driver and Manager. WaiaLia, November 26, 1S94. 3554-lm Ladies5 Column. Mrs. Freimann, who manages our Dress Making Department, has re turned from Chicago and is just overloaded with fashions, styles, and talks from morning to night about dresses being cut this way and that wav. and this is in fashion and that -- .r out of fashion, about how this ought to be made and that ought to be made. It's worth your while to hear her. She says we are in it with the best of them when it gets to hand ling stylish goods. Rainy weather always suggests something warm and as all Wool Flannels and Flannelettes are quite the thing we propose to decrease our stock of them somewhat during the week, at what is becoming quite well known as Quick Sales and Small Profit Prices. Flannel is an article in every day demand, and as necessary to the complete outfit as air and light to perfect health and strength. or Night Dresses, Chemises and Knick- ra nothing is better, while for dresses nothing is neater or more comfortable. We are going to move these goods and now is- the time to buy them, and when you are doing it, don't forget that we are making a run this week on Flannel and Flannel ettes, that other bargains are offered. SSf Yes your five cent check is worth just as much as a hve dollar one it is not the value of the checks that takes you to the Volcano but the number yua have of them. B. F. BHLERS & CO. A T 1. il Walking Jackets ONE DOLLAR. Get one now as they will be on Sale but a few days at this price, J. J. EGAE SSlWf CENTRAL MARKET J NTJXJ-A.TTJ STREET. First-class Market in every respect ; be sides carrying a full line of Meats, we make a specialty of Breaklast Saueases, Head Cheese, Pressed Corn Bel. T? ATI MU WESTBR00K 6 GARES, 5437-q Pbofrietcr. JOHN NOTT, .(MPOKTKK AKi; L K,. ! . i- t i Steel and iron Ranges, Stoves and Fixtures White, Gray LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS. WATER CLOSETS, METALS, Plumbers' Stock, Water aad Sell Pipe. Plumbing, Tin, Copper DHIOND BLOCK, 85 SCHILLER ! SCHILLER oo 9 285 AN "AMERICAN" Cabinet -:- Grand ;- Upright LOOK WELL, WEAR WELL, SOUND C'Kxamine these beautiful Instruments at the MUSIC DEPARTMENT, BEWlIIlN NEW; Give the Baby FOR C, AMD NFANTSiKVALIDS. 'ii - -..-a-. JJ BENSON, SMITH & CO., Sole .Agents for ttie Hawaiian Islands. THE IVETJTXJA.TLi LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A. McCVRDY Assets December 31st, A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. O-F0R PARTICULARS, APPLY S. rgr ; - tyu lj 1 - l'- ' . . MM - ' in li.! I imd SiiTer-r-'etd. and Sheet Iron Work, and 97 KUZQ STREET. SCHILLER SCHILLER lano WARRANTED i"OR 5 YEARS WELL. COMPANY A Pet feci Nutriment FOR growing Childrsr. Convalesce nts. Consumptives, Dyspeptics, atxl the Afct!, i i ! in Aruu !!!r." , : vCl ail '!i-:vi; Uifae. ihH' fa 00 t d w j L 8 for tiar.d-fsd Infznis. OI'R RflOIt for the li-trijf-t'nn of niottHr,-Tli 'ari ntl fVr.U f 1 ii Cant, " wiil be rauili-ti.'i" t, uuy uJJre., uprm reriiK-FL doliber-Goodale: co. ccston, Mass.. J-C. a.. President, IS93 : $1S6,707,680.14 TO B. ROSE, HO V (ciurcl SUtotrtiscmrntf. JUST RECEIVED ! J. T. Waterliouse No. 10 Store LADIES AND GENT'S BATHING SUITS 1 Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, Children's JPinnlorer, Silk, Shetland and Wccl Shawls KID GLOVES, CHAMOIS GLOVES, ladies' and children's Hats and BoDnets ! trimmed and untrimmed, Dress Goods in great variety, Rainbow and Embroidered Crape, Feathers and Flowers New Curtain Materials, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Leather and Silver Belts, Novelties in Rucliinr Chiffon Handkerchiefs ana Ties, LACE AND EMBROIDERED FLOUNCING S ! OF ALL KINDS I HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COM'Y. SEP 29 1894 "ER- 4Paid,' Cancelled,' Entered,' Etc Stamps for Office Tj6e. AUTOGRAPH AND 3IOsOGIlAM STAMPS! SEALING WAX STAMPS. COMPLETE OUTFITS For Marking Linen. 'All orders eent by S.S. Australia Trill be filled by return boat, G?Ca!l and eee catalogue. W. E. BROWN, AGENT FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ag"Th?e office. 3835-tf FOR SALE. ID RUBBER STAMPS 0:;E COLUMBIA LADIES' BICY c.'e on the instalment plan, o res pnfi;ble party. The maclnrie is pvrfeftJy new, has pneuaaatic tires. Kin up rIuual Te'ephoue No. S3 ani cive yo lr address.if yon wish simply to eee the 'Thee! and k'no rh term3. BICYCLE, 3781-tf Mutual Te'ephone SS. ing a woman. Geneva! Aent for Hawaiian Ilandt.