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v vyAy Ay Ay Ay KatabUahed Juljr a, VOIi. XXI- .NO, 3910. HCXNOIiUIiU. HAWAIIAN ISIiANDS. TUESDAY, FE1IIIUAHY 5, 1895. pmce: 5 cents, mm sv J 1 i ii i 2 1 r, i ii ii ii ei ri ii i Business Claris. G. BREWER & CO., LIMITED Qnccu Street, Honolulu, U. I. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea Bagar Co., Houoma Sugar Co,, Wailnxu Sugar Co., Waihe Sugar Co., Makee Bazar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co., Ka pa pain Banco. Planters' Line Ban Francisco Packets. Chaa. Brewer A Co.' Line ol Boa ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board of Under writers. list or orriCEBS: P. C. Jonas President Qxo. H. KosxaTsoN Manager E. P. Bishop Tree, and Secy. Col. W. P. Allxx Auditor C. M. Cooxx ) H. WATxaaocs. .". V ... -.Directors C. L. Cast is I THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND- INVESTMENT COMPANY, HONOLULU. II. I. Ilave Safe Deposit Boxes of Tarioos sizes to rent by the month or year. Stocks and Bonds Bought and Sold aasrrs for San Insurance Office of London. aqxxts roK Omt 2ortlen Ballway. Ticket Sold to All relate. AGtXTS TOH Xh Hawaii An Land and Improve ment Company (LLmlteUj. Some of the finest Coffee and Fruit Land on the Ip lands for sale upon very favorable terms. 3873-tf The Hawaiian Investment Co. REAL ESTATE -A3CD- ILCXAJSTS. FOR SALE. Desirable Property in all parts of the City. - Four Houses on Punchbowl street at a bargain. A 4-cre Lot at fakiti. Lots 4 and 5, Block 25, Pearl City. A2)-ftcre Lot at Ealihi. Besidence at Kalihi with barn, pig pens and chicken coop, 120x10 ; suitable far a Chicken Ranch. 13 and 15 Kaahnmanu Street Telephone 639. Near Poetoffice- Castle & Cooke L'd. LIFE .AND FIRE INS1MCE AGENTS. AGENT8 FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL Life Insurance Company OF BOSTON. Etna Fire Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY ! W.W. WRIGHT, - Proprietor. Carriage : Builder AJST BEPAIREK. X7" All orders from the other islands in the Carriage Building, Trimming and Painting Line, will meet with prompt attention. O. BOX 321. NOS. 128 AND 130 FORT STREET 3863-y Massage. MRS. PRY WOULD ANNOUNCE that Bne will attend a" limited num ber of patleats. A i drees at H. M. Whltnej's. King st. ; Bell Telephone 75. 3223-tf IT" mt DR. R. I. MOORE PENTIST, iilinjtoa Cottigt, Hotel ctrt XT,Offlce hours : 9 a. m. to 12 x. and 1 r. u. to 4 r. m. 3360-lm M. E. Grossman, D J).S. DWNTIST, 93 HOTXL STOUT. Ofpicb Horn 9i.M.To4r. u. S. NISHIMURA, COMMISSION MERCHANT, V CALEB IN t Japanese Provisions, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc. PRICES TEKY MODERATE. Foster Block, Nuuanu Street. New Goods A FINE ASSORTMENT. TILES FOR FLOORS ! And for Decorating Purposes i !&A'rimo or at t. Kxtos, Mjljtt.a Ciqahs. WING WO CHAN & CO. Xfo. fiS Nuuanu Star. SS31-q F. W. MAKLNNEY, TYPEWRITER, Cenyeyancer and Searcher of Records 71BE, LJtt ASD Accident -:- Insurance. All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly, cheaply and accurately. ALSO GENERAL COLLECTOR. 'omci: 313 roa-r stbxxt 3843-tf WM. L. PETERSON, Notary Public, -: Typewriter AND COLLECTOR. Omci: Over Bishop & Co.'aBank. 318-y DR. J. UCHIDA, Physician and Surgeon. No. 5, KUKUI LANE. Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 8 p. m. Mutual Tel. 532. HONOLULU IBON WORKS CO., Steam Engines, Boiler, Ha car Kills Coolers Era aid 4l Caatlng-a, And machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to ships' blacksmithing. Job work created on the Bhortest notic. LEWERS & COOKE, Successors to Lewers & Dickson. Importers and Dealers in Lumber And all Kinds of Building Materials. yp. 83 FORT 8TREET, HONOLULU P.O. Box 3S6. Mutual Tel. 544. NAN-YD COMPANY, LIMITED, Commission. Merchants IMPORTERS ASD DEALERS IN Japanese -:- Provisions A5D GINSR1L MERCHASDBZ, 411 KING STREET, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. ECNew Goods by every steamer. 3S7S-ly JENNIE L. EILDEBRAND, M. D. Uomeopathio Phy&lelau. HOTEL STREET. Opposite Y. M. C. A. CC7"0nice hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 r. m. Mutual Telephone No. till). 3333-3m C. J. WHITNEY, Teacher ot Klooutiou and Dra matic Art, Arlington Hotel. 3S34-lni 8. T. ALEXANDZR, II. P. BALDWIN. ALKXANDKK A BALDWIN. Commission Merchants No. 3 California st., San Francisco. XT"Iland orders promptly filled. S897-6m A. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW And Notary Public. Office: Over Bishop's Bank. 3692-ly WILLI All 0. PARKE, ATTORNEY -AT -LAW gnt to tak Aeknowldgmnts. Owes No. IS Kaahumanu Street. Hono- lulu, H.I. GONSALVES & CO, Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants. 225 Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I. H. MAY & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers OS FORT STREET. Telephones 22. P. O. Box 470. 3450-y HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., HARDWARE, Cutlery and Glassware 307 Fort Street. 357o-ly BEAVER SALOON, POET STREET, OPP08ITB WXLDES a CO.'s IX- J". NOLiTK, iroprietor. First-class Lunches served ith Tea, Cof fee, 8oda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Uf OPEIf PB03C 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. K. Smokers' Requisites a specialty. WM. F. THRUM, Room No. 11, Spreckels' Block. 3 8.59-6 m lewis & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers 111 FORT STREET, Telephone 240. P. O. Boi 297. CONS OUTDATED Soda Water Works Company, Limited Espknida, Corner Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., 3710 155-ly Aarents. M. W. HcCHESNEY 4 SONS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IS leather and Shoe Findings HONOLULU. AfllTWTS Honolulu Noap ITorkfl Co., AULlllO Honolaln Tannery. H. HACKFELD A CO., General Commission Agents Cor. FoTt andQiipen xtw.. Hfnolnln. T. E. LINDSAY, Manufacturer of Native Jewelry DEALER I.V - Imported Jewelry, Gold and Silverware, Diamonds, Etc. Jnst the things suitable for the holiday?. SOB MERCHANT ST.. Between Fort and Ka3hnmanu streets. 3S61-3m TO PROCLAIM A PROTECTORATE, Report That Admiral Beardsleo Has Those Instructions. NAVAL STATION AT 1 It A It L II A It HO It Couiuerelal Kxpedlency Will Ueuttnd the Conatrurtion of m Cble Hetweeo the HawalUu Ialauda aud the United State at No Dlatant Period. HERE is likely to occur at no distant date a ceremony that will bring about a change long desired and eagerly hoped for by all those who haye the beat interests of the Ha waiian Islands at heart. This is no less than the signifi cant fact that the American flag is again to be raised in Hawaii and not to be lowered. According to a well defined ru mor, which had its origin through private information received from several reputable sources in the States, it is indicated that the American Government will soon take possession of Pearl Harbor under guaranteed treaty rights and virtually declare a protectorate over the islands. Admiral Beards leo is said to be vested with the authority necessary to carry out the programme. While there is an absence of offi cial authority concerning the mat ter, both as regards Admiral Beardslee and officers of the Ha waiian Government, color is given to the report by the action taken before this time of Senator Mor gan in introducing a bill in the American Senate to appropriate $100,000 to be used in dredging and widening the entrance to Pearl Harbor. Once this has been accom plished it will be necessary to ask for additional appropriations to cover cost of constructing a graving dock, warehouses and repair shops, thus equipping a complete and highly necessary naval rendezvous in the Pacific. In view of this information, which is said to emanate from a reliable source, is it but natural to infer that a decided change has come over the spirit of the Admin istration, at least so far as the atti tude towards Hawaii is concerned. There is no question as to the fact that the people are deeply inter ested in and looking forward to assuming closer relations with the Hawaiian Islands from every point of view. Such a course on the part of the United States cannot be viewed in but one light that of ultimate annexation of the islands. A naval station at Pearl Harbor would be of but little service to the American Government without cable communication, and that too under the immediate control of the United States. In the possible event of America becoming in volved in war with Great Britain or any other foreign government, it would be of absolute importance to have direct communication with its fleet that might be stationed out side the confines of American ter ritory. Should the proposed Canadian Australasian cable scheme be car ried out, the promoters of that en terprise would not give Hawaii the go-by tby could not afibrd to do po, either "from a oommercial or financial point of view. In the event of the construction and operation of the trans-Pacific cable under British eupervision, the United State Government could not expect to mak uph of it in transmitting dispatch of war, especially if her complications were with Great Britain or any other country affecting the welfare of that nation. Advices received by the Govern ment by the last mail from Wash ington announce there is consider able opposition expressed by Con gressmen against the action of President Cleveland in ruling in favor of the Hawaiian Government leasing one of the islands for a cable-landing to the British com pany. Commercial expediency will demand cable connection between the islands and the United States by a landing on American soil. The people of Hawaii should not be surprised if the prediction noted above take place, to which the in evitable points sooner or later. An omclal Call, Yesterday afternoon at a little after two o'clock, Ministers Hatch) Damon and Smith made an official call upon Admiral Beardslee. At the. return of the gentlemen a salute was fired and. the Hawaiian ensign hoisted. The wharves near the Bteam launch's landing place were crowded with people. FRIEND AND ACTIVE WOBKER. Building Association's Resolutions on Death of Mr. Garter. At the regular monthly meeting of the Pioneer Building and Loan Association, of Hawaii, held at their oflice on the date mentioned, the following preamble and resolu tions were unanimously adopted: Whereas, In view of the loss we have sustained by the decease of our rrlend and associate, unaries ju. car ter, and of the still heavier loss sus tained by those who were nearest and dearest to him; and Whereas, This association has lost a fait hi al and efficient offlcerv who zeal ously guarded its interests, and through whose advice it has attained its present prominence and success; therefore, be it Resolved, That it Is but a just trib ute to the memory of the departed, to say. that in regretting his removal from our midst, we mourn for one who was, in every way, worthy of our respect and regard; Besolved, That we sincerely con dole with the friends of the deceased in their hour of trial and affliction, and commend them to the keeping of Him who looks with pitying eye upon the widowed and the fatherless; Besolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the. records of this asso ciation, and a copy thereof be trans mitted to the family of our deceased friend and associate, and to the daily Advebtiseb, Daily Bulletin, Hawai ian Star, and Kuokoa newspapers. A. V. Geab, Secretary. Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 4, 1895. a OUR RELATIONS ARE FRIENDLY. Letter from Minister Hatch which Speaks for Itself. The following document was de livered at the Advertiser oflice early yesterday afternoon by a representative of the Foreign office. It speaks for itself: Department of Foreion Affairs, HONOLULU, M. I., Feb. 4, 189o. Dear Sir: I have noticed in this morning's issue of the Pacific Com mercial Advertiser an editorial commenting unfavorably upon the action of the American Minister in relation to the deportation of Mr. Cranstoun. I desire to call your attention, in this connection, to the fact of our friendly relations to the Government of the United States, and that, there fore, it is desirable that due caution be exercised in commenting upon the onicial conduct or its representative here, to refrain from harsh and un friendly criticism and especially so when reference is made to the acts of the President of that country. I have the honor to be, Dear Sir, Your obedient servant, Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Foreiirn Affairs. To Wallace R. Farrington.Esq., Editor P. C. Advertiser, Honolulu. Additional Snpportera. The following persons took the oath of allegiance yesterday : W.H. Mason, Hawaiian ; Moses Kekahio, Hawaiian ; J. Kekahio, Hawaiian ; F. G. Timas, Portuguese; Manuel Smith, Portuguese ; Frank Pachan, Portuguese ; Antone Machal, Por tuguese ; Wm. Ikuwa, Hawaiian ; A. Wiggins, American. 0m Elect Their Officers. Squad 1, Detail 2, Division 3, of the Citizens' Guard met last even ing at the Mutual Telephone office and elected the following officers : G. H. Greene, sergeant ; E. Moss man, let corporal, and J. T. Cope land, 2d corporal. The squad numbers about thirty-five men. - mt i The Woman's Board. The Woman's Board of Missions will hold a monthly meeting this afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock in the church parlor?. Mrs. U. Thomp son will read a paper on missions in Siam and Laos. Miss Dudley will also address the Beard. ATHLETICS TO HAVE ' A BDOM. Heating Held Last Night Dseidye To That Lid. ISASEIiALL GAA1K TO lit: BSV1VJ5D. Football Match Bet wees Loral Team and Philadelphia Club a ITU lafft' BlHbdar Tetania Tour namentAction of A thletie CI ab, Etc. T i little efter 7 o'clock !&trea io tba parlors of the Y. Jf. C A. were well filled with enthusiastic supporters of ath letics from all orer the city. Thi boys t eemed bent upon doing some thing that would set Honolulu circles agog with excite ment and anxious '.expectation.' : The first meeting of the evening was that of the Honolulu Foe lb all Asso ciation, which has been trying for so long to get up a game worthy cf mak ing its name famous at home and abroad. , The arrival of the Philadelphia a few days ago gave the boys ah Idea of trying to arrange for a series of games between the men of the white cruiser and themselves. Word was accord ingly sent aboard and a favorable an swer received. The boys made up their minds to "strike while the iron is hot," and de cided to have a meeting as soon as possible.' The first business of the evening was the naming of dates lor the pro posed games. After due deliberation and discussion, it was thought best to have the first game on the 22d of this month, allowing an Interval of over two weeks for practice. The second game was set for March 9th. Incase of a tie, the play-off game would be decided a fortnight from the time of last game, or the 23d of March. All games will be played under the rules of '94, with the omission of the wedge. W. E. Beekwith offered his resigna tion as coach of the football team. . It was accpted, and Jimmy Wilder, fresh from Harvard, was elected to fill bis place. The boys were congratulating themselves after the meeting that they hit upon such a. good man. The finance committee was ordered to find out how much expense would be required for the proposed games with the Philadelphia's team, and to arrange for the issuing of a series of stocks, assessing the values of the same and to report at next meeting. It was decided to purchase uniforms ol the latest pattern, and the boys are bent upon playing in the best form possible. Captain Olmstead, of the Philadel- fihia's team, was present at the meet ng and expressed himself as highly pleased with the tactics carried out by the boys in their determination to have a series of football games. He said the dates adopted for the games namely, the 22d of February, Cth of March, and, in case of a tie. 23d ot March would be accepted by the team of the Philadelphia, it having been decided by them to leave the whole arrangements with the local club. The Philadelphia men are a little ahead of the Honolulu boys on tbe matter of practice. As soon as possible, Captain Olm stead Will endeavor to obtain permis sion for his men to come ashore and indulge in tbe regular field practice, which is so much needed. Tbe second meeting, that of the Ho nolulu Amateur Athletic Club, was held immediately after the adjourn- ment of the foot ball meeting, as near ly all the members of the latter belong to the former. The treasurer's report showed $75.90 In the treasury, with no liabilities. James Thompson, formerly captain of the Hawaiis, was appointed man ager of the base ball team, which Is to be chosen from the ranks ot the club. He is to take charge of everything iu connection with base ball. Charlie Hyde made a statement to the club that he, as well as a few oth ers, had been enticed into the club un der the pretence that great things were going to be done in the tennis line. He wanted something done about It. Hi joke was appreciated, and he was forthwith elected chairman of the tennis committee. ' Hyde did not delay his authority for a moment longer than was absolutely necessary, and called a meeting of the tennis committee immediately after adjournment of the club. A week from Saturday there will be a tournament amonir the tennis players of the club from a choice of the best players, and a week from mat. time, it arrangements can oe made, the picked men will play a team from the Philadelphia. Most of the members of the Athletic Club were present during the meeting ot the tennis committee, and these de cided to allow $10 for tenuis expenses.