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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEBTISEB ; HONOLULU, DECEMBER 26, 1S94.
. j LATE HEWS F The Tariff on Sugar Infringes on the Faiored Nation Clanse. DIKE OK VOKK EXI'KCTEH IIKKK. The J!I Krr IoJd AcIuKunr I of the rrnlr Thompion-Dfbhi lDgDt toJIIfor ConUmpl ftobrr ! Hrcourt. Heklin, Dec. 11. In reiwe t Count von Kenitz'a Inquiry in tbe Iteichtag today, Frelherr Lvon Mar Bcball. secretary of tbe Foreign Oflice, said that the American sugar tariff was of the greatest importance, a-i it infringed upon the "favored nation" clause. The Increase of the Ameri can tarlfTon sugar had affected Ger many more than any other country and itought to be abolished. A Duke Coming:. London, Dec. 14. The Duke of York Is making arrangements for a visit to Canada next spring. After spending some time In the Dominion the Duke will proceed to Australia. Tlt Lkt Sir Jho Thompson. Ottawa, Dec. 15. At the meeting cf the late Ministry today arrange ments for tbe funeral of the late fciir John Thompson were discussed. It is hoped that the Blenheim will arrive in Halifax about Wednesday, 26tb, so that the funeral may take place on the Saturday following. When the warship arrives the body will be pla ced on board, and the vessel will pro ceed to Halifax. L. 8. Gold lteterve. Washington, Dec. 14. The treas ury gold reserve, which was made in tact and given a surplus over the re quirements by tbe recent bond issue, was today again Invaded, and at one o'clock the treasury figures stood at 597,138,000. Up to one o'clock today tbe gold withdrawals from the sub treasury at New York footed up $3, 00,000, of which amount it was known that $l,GoO,000 was for export tomorrow, and more, it was believed, was also taken for that purpose. International Arbitration. WAsniNOTON. Dec. 13. Robert Trethalneand Dr. Trublook, repre senting the International Peace Soci ety, were at the department of state yesterday with tbe object of inducing tbe United States Government to at tempt to revive tbe scheme broached before the pan-American Congress for a treaty providing that all differ ences between American nations be settled by arbitration. Most of the countries in tbe congress were dispos ed to adopt the method, but a few ag gressive countries, like tbe Argentine and Chill, opposed It. Although the United States would have the most to gain from such a treaty, no effort has teen made to carry out the project. nllt of Coutempt. Chicago, Dec. 14. Kugene Debs, president of the A. IL U.t has been fouud guilty of contempt and senten ced to ix months' imprisonment for his connection with the recent rail way strikes. liosebery Give la. London, Dec. 10. A conference of the Itoebtry section of the Cabinent was held today at Altborpe Park, Northamptonshire, the seat of Karl Spencer, First Lord of the Admiralty. The meeting was a friendly gathering, but was really held for the purpose of considering tbe feud which has arisen in cousenuence of the refusal of Sir William liarcourt, chancelor of the exchequer, to follow the Premier's lead In matters-referring to the House of Lords and the business of tbe com ing session of Parliment. As the atti tude maintained by Sir William threatens to result in the disruption of tbe Cabinent just before the disso lution of Parliment; Lord Kosebery has submitted, and will consider his proposals. Armenian Inquiry. Constantinople, Dec. 14. The Porte has agreed that the British, French and Russian consuls at Erzer oum may become members of the commission of inquiry to be sent to Armenia. It is reported that the Sul tan objected to U. S. Consul Jewett's separate enquiry, aud that conse quently It will not be made. London, Dec. 14. The Daily News correspondent in Constantinople writes : Complaints have reached Constantinople that In many districts of AIa Minor, Armenians are im prisoned for ruusoni. It is reported that the head of every Armenian fam ily In Bitlis has been in prison." Italj'n Scan!al. Homk, Dec. 13. The contents of the documents submitted to the Chamber of Deputies by Signor Giolitti have been made public and have created a profound sensation. The notes cf the cashier of the Banc Uoiuana con tain the names of govern uient otllcials, members of the chamber of deputies, journalist, and others, as having taken money from the bank. Among the politicians named are Sijjuor Zau ardelli, formerly president of the chamber of deputies, and ex-miuisters Grimaldi, Laivaand Micelli, and the deceased ministers Deprets ami Cavi calli. For pres and election purposes some journalists receive. I 3uo lire and others 73,000 lire. The documents aimed at Premier Crisp i mentioned several drafts iu his lutuie, aud he figured also in connection with a note for 1,050,000 lire. Allen AnarchlftU, Washington, Dec. 11. Tbe bill to provide for the exclusion and deporta tion of alien anarchists, which was in troduced in the Senate by Mr. Hill, of New York, last session and which passed that body, and is now on tbe calendar of the house, was the sub ject of consideration today at the house iudiciary committee. After some discussion, two amendments to ROM ABROAD the' bill were agreed upon. One is that tho riA vp nf lorwnrf n t ton aha.ll he confined to the United States courts, and only conferred upon the State courts where the laws of the State provide for such action. Tbe other amendments strike out Section 5, which provides for the appointment of a number of emigrant commission ers, at an annual salary of $2,.f)0, and requires that the duties shall be per formed by the United States consuls under regulations prepared by the sec retary of state and secretary of the treasury and approved by the Presl- uent. HOCH, GERMANIA! Maennerchor Harmony Clnb Enter tainment and Dance. The Maennerchor Harmony clul, made up of Germans of the city, gave a very enjoyable entertain ment last evening in the hall of the Scotch Thistle club. The fir3t part of the program was made up of a play entitled "The Farmer and the Student," an imitation of Polish Jews and two male choruses from the Maennerchor society. "The Farmer and the Student" is a very amusing play, nd the appreciation of the efforts of the people who took part in it was shown by the frequent rounds of applause. Mrs. Fanny Rahe and Mr, Fenneman took the principal parts. The imitation of the Polish Jews was exceptionally good and the choruses were very much en joyed by every one. The second part of the program was the customary dancing. Pro fessor Uerger with a picked or chestra furnished the music, and in consideration of the occasion played mostly all German pieces. Out in the hall refreshments were served to the thirsty and hungry, while about in the stray corners lurked those who had be come weary of the dance and were enjoying a pleasant chat. Fully 150 people were present. Did You JPIck Winners! There was good racing and a good crowd of horse fanciers at Waialua yesterday. The trotting race was won by Snuff in two heats. Time 1:49, 1:45. In the three eighths mile running races the win ners were: Major, 0:40; Antone, 0:41. Other winners were : Kahu ku Boy, 0 :53 1-5 ; Bushwhacker, 0 :24 4-5 ; Joe Daniel, Jr., 0 :55 ; Major, 0:54. Peter Lee, the manager of the Volcano House, will leave for home this morning by the Iwalani. A Banquet Lamp ! TO BE GIVEN AWAY IST. is. Sachs' Guessing Contest How Many Seeds are There in the Watermelon ? SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS We have placed in our window a large watermelon; the nearest guesser as to how many seeds it contains will receive as a New Year's gift, the handsome BANQUET LAMP with silk shade, now exhibited in our window. All guessing blanks must be sent in by Saturday, Dec. 29. tT" Guesbiug blanks will be given away to purchasers at the store of X. S. SACHS, 520 Fort St. Honolulu. BTAUTH0KITT. , Sealed Tenders Will be received at the office cf the Minister of the Interior until WEDNES DAY, tbe 2d day of January, 1S95, at 12 o'clock noon, for curbing and paving certain sidewalks on Fort street, Honolulu. Hans and specifications can be seen at the office of tbe Superintendent of Public Works. Tbe Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, Dec. 14, 1S94. 337U-3t DEPARTMENT OK FINANCE, ) Honolulu, 11. 1., December ly, 1SU4 .f Under Article 3-3, .Section 1 of the Con stitution, it is repaired that each mem ber of the Cabinet shall make an annual rejort of the transactions within hi de partment, during the year ending December 31. The Minister of Finance takes this occasion to request all those having claims of a monetary nature, to present them to this office, through the proper Departments not later than the tenth day of January next, after which date the books will be c'osed. All persons having moaeys on account of tbe Government are requested to make their returns promptly, in order that there may be no delay in closing the accounts for the year ending December 31et,1894. 6. M. DAMON, Minister of Finance. 3872-9t 1613 4t TUESDAY, December 2oth, 1894, being Christmas Day, and TUESDAY, January lstflS95, being New Year's Day, will be observed aa National Holidays and all Government Offices throughout the Republic will be closed on those days. J KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, December 21, 1S94. 3S74-3t Water Notice, In accordance with Section 1 of Chap ter XXVI of the la s of 18SC : All persons holding water priv;leges or paying water rates, are hereby notified that the water rates for the term ending June 30, 1S95, will be due and payable at the office of the Honolulu Water Works on the 1st day of January, 1895. All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. Bates are payable at the office of the Water Works in Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works. December 20, 1894. 3373 -td To Whom it May Concern. Notice is hereby given that all bills against the Honolulu Road Department be presented by December 27, 1S94, and all bills not presented by that date are liable to be unpaid until the next quarter. W. II. CUMMINGS, 3S71-td Road Supervisor. OUT OF SIGHT DOES NOT APPLY TO PICTDEES ! FOR THEY ARE Always in Sight NOTHING HETTEK FOR A Present ! AND NO HKTTKII PLACE TO C.ET THEM THAN AT KING 3.7-lw HOTEL STKEET. Building Lots. AT WA1XIKI ON CAR LINE, CT and on PaLAMA KOAU near Fertilizing Plant. These Lots are very cheap and will be Fold on easy terin. Desirable ACRE TRAC IS Dear the city and other properties for sa!e. BKUCK WARING & CO., 503 Fort .Street, near King. ?Ss7-3ro Tbe Hawaiian Gazitte Compact manufacture rubber stamps of all descriptions. Christmas BRO A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT. It is proposed to place the Ostrich Farm of the late Dr. Trousseau on the market in January or February next. This farm is thoroughly equipped and now has thirty-four healthy birds on same, including the famous male ostrichs J umbo and Jno. L. Sullivan. AVe believe that it can be demon strated that this enterprise, new to these islands, but of long standing in Africa, New Zealand and Califor nia, can be now carried on at a profit as the experimental stage has leen safely passed. Mr. A. P. Jackson, tho genial manager can always be found in attendance at the grounds. We have on hand a large number of prime feathers in assorted colors from the last plucking which are easily worth 50 per pound and up wards according to quality. The next plucking takes place in January next. Prospectuses, information concerning the feather market and all necessary data will be furnished. SSf All reliable persons desirious of visiting the grounds can do so by first obtaining permits from the undersigned, BRUCE CART WRIGHT, H. E. McINTYRE, Executors Est., G. Trousseau. 3S75-4t v. I WATCH KILL BE MADE TO KEEP EXCELLENT TIME IP LEFT THREE DAYS WITH Farrer & Co., The Well-known and Reliable "Watchmakers, 515 FORT STREET. If satisfaction is not i:iven,your money will be returned in full. Island orders will receive prompt attention. 3856-v 4 E'.TOEZAItf. 1VISII TO CALL. VOl'lt SPECIAL AT TENTION TO TIIEIIt Superior : Stock OF JAPANESE GOODS ! Of every description, suitable for the HOLIDAYS. ITOHAN 206 FORT STREET, 3St4-17t Near Custom House. Nesiic's MII'-c Food f r ir.tar.ts has, during 25 years, grown in fvor wiin both d-Ktors and mothers throughout the world, aud is now un questionably not only the Lest substitute for mothers' milk, but the food which agrees with the largest perter.taic cf infants. It gives strength and stamina to resist the vreatcenin.tr i etTeas of h t weather, and has saved the lives of ! thousands of infants. To any mother sending her address, and menrionins; this pap-r, we will I 5end samples and description of Xestlc's Food. Tho. Lctmintf & Co.. Sole Ag ts, 29 Murray St, K. T. 13 Th Aaency for 2sESTIii:'S MILK POOD IS WITU THE Bollister Drc? Ccmpasy, Limited 523 Fort Street, Honolulu, H.I. Head This ! IF "YOU VAT A MOTIVE POWER, order a Kkgan Vapob or Pacific Gab Engine; they are the be&t, safest and simplest in the world. JUS. TINKER, Bole Agnt. 3C7"f?end for cataloae-. Honolulu, H.lT 3688-tf ODR ATTENTION. A Special Christmas Sale, commencing MONDAY, December 17. We will tell everything regardless of eoet for S days only. Cuine and insect oar stock of YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, MURATA & CO., Pacific Guano G. . WILCOX President. J. F. H ACKFELD Vice-President. P. O. BOX OUR NEW WORKS AT KALI HI bein comp'ered, we are now ready to luruish all kinds of ARTIFICIAL :- FERTILIZERS ! ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND Pacific Guano, Potash, Sulphate of Ammonia, Xitrate ot Soda, Calcined Fertilizer Salts ETC., EIC, ETC., ETC., 1C. O Special attention given to analysis of soils by our Agricultural Chemist. Allgootis are guaranteed in every respect. E7For further particulars apply to PACIFIC GUANO AN 1 FERTILIZE!! C031PANY DR. W. AVERDAM, Manager. The Hawaiian Express Company Haying established agencies in the principal ports of the Islands is prepared to do a general Express and forwarding business. Goods called for and delivered promptly at destination. Special attention paid to merchandise sent C. O. D. Baggage called for, checked and delivered to all out-going trains and steamers. Oar wagons meet all steamboats. We haye acquired the business of the Hawaiian Messenger Service, and will furnish uniformed messengers on short notice. "We guarantee promptness and dispatch in all business intrusted to our care. Oflice and Stables, corner Both Telephones 479. H. E. McINTTEE & BRO., IMPORTERS -A.X DEALERS I AT Groceries. Provisions am EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Goods received by every packet from tho Eastern States and Europe. Fresh Cali ornia Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed, fostoffice Box 145. Telephone No. 92. FERTILIZERS ! TIIE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale at the lowest market rates. They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere else. A dollar saved is a dollar made. DELICATE ASIC YOUR BED LABEL OTSTEK These are new pack Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their merits. X. B.The Cans of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity Than Those of any Other Frank B.Peterson &Co., Coast Agents EVERYBODY EZISTOAVS Geo. W. Lincoln Is Burned Out, Superintend or a One-roomed City Hall. All Orders Left Street, Will be Holiday tiooUa : the LOW KM ami l.KST. CORNKK XUUAXU AMI IIOTKL 8TRKKT8. Proprietors. and Fertilizer T. MAY.... Auditor. E. SUHR Secretary and Treasurer. MUTUAL, TEL. 4G7. -0- Hotel and Union streets. 3S52-tf YOU MUST HAVE TO 3IAKE GOOD CHOPS. -o- mi .A.. F. COOKE, Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company DELICIOUS ! ! DAINTY ! ! ! GROCEK FOR b but Still Prepared to Build Anything from House to a New With John Nott, King promptly Attended to.