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THK PACIFIC COMMEHCIAT. A I VEUTISEU: nOKOLULU, FEBKUARY 25, 1S95.
c -Vhnji lt, .vrm:iM roti-nl i: oko h:iin:. Ikih z ik to Aki. Ill ollicinl mi-woti is to in:tke i nquire" with a view to jio-sihle negotiation for u re vision of the Stinout net. The (ier m:m rorvetti lluz -trl will return to S itnoa in April. I.onion', Feh. 14. In the house to day ruder Foreign Secretary Grew -aid the government could not inter fere in the matter of pending legisla tion in the United States regarding the Nicaraguan canal, hut it had no reason to helieve the United States would violate ita treaty obligation. The Kibe LMaaitcr. I3XRLIN, Feb. 14. There was a live ly debate in the Reichstag todayover the safety of shi pa at sea. Herrliebel attacked the North German Uoyds, and said the crews of iU vessels have never been drilled in the matter of closing water tight compartments. He declared the experiment in the matter of closing an apartment was made after the Kibe disaster an a sister ship, and It was found that it took ninety minutes to close the so called air tight compartments. The .statement caused a sensation. LATEST NEWS ITEMS. The Pope has improved. The owners of the Elbe have brought action against the owner of the Crathle for damages. From February 5th to 12tb, sixty one cases xf cholera .have occurred here, aud twenty-nine deaths. The reicbstag has adopted a resolu tion abrogating the exceptional pow ers of the governor of Alsace-Loraine. The Reichstag adopted by an over whelming majority the resolution favoringan international money con ference. In a fire at Lynn iMass.), the build ing collapsed, burying eleven firemen in the ruins. Three were taken out dead, and two have since died. The order of the Pope promulgated at Buda Pesth declares that the off spring of mixed marriages shall be brought up in the Catholic faith. A report Is current that a coup d'etat has taken place at Sofia, and that Prince Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, has been compelled to seek refuge In Rou manla. A fishing smack brought to Lowes toft the body of A. K. Lockhart, a MHloon passenger on the Elbe. The body of a woman, also one of the Elbe's passengers, has been brought ashore. In a duel Feb. 13, In Paris, M. Can robert, son of the late Marshal Can robert, badly wounded Deputy Hub bard. The duel was the result of some adverse criticism by Hubbard of the dead marshal The harem favorite of the Khedive became the mother of a daughter Feb. 13th. The Khedive is represented as being greatly disappointed, as he was hoping for the birth of a son, who would be heir to the throne. Hundreds of hungry wolves from the Alps have invaded the plains in the f)rovince of Piedmont. Several vll agers have been killed by them. The authorities have sent troops to shoot them. Many have thus been destroyed. A famine Is threatened in the dis trict of Hungary southeast of Buda Pesth. The socialists have taken ad vantage of the situation to Incite a riot, and the gensdarmes were compel led to disperse the rioters at the point of the bayonet. A mass meeting comprising twenty thousand people held in Rio de Jan eiro, Feb. 13, to celebrate the favorable result of President Cleveland's arbit ration boundary dispute between Bra zil and the Argentine Republic, was very enthusiastic. THE CHALMETTE MONUMENT. The Memorial of Jackson's Victory I Now an Unsightly Rain. Eighty years ago General Andrew Jackson gained his great victory over the British at the battle of New Orleans, losing but 7 men, while 2,000 of the enemy were killed, wounded or tak en prisoners. The memory of the victory is still green in the hearts of patriot ic Arnorpfl tgT r Dn D manu re t ment erected rin the plains of tChalmette by ?i$congress In 1835 v4 St. - .V sightly ruin half the monument, hidden by a jun gle of weeds. The scene of the famous battle is four miles below New Orleans and is beneath the level of tho Missis sippi, which is only prevented from in undating it by the great levee near by. Street cars ran to within 1 miles of the spot, and the patriotic tourist must then push on through bogs and mud puddles the remainder of the distance to the dilapidated monument. The memorable spot is so overgrown with weeds and has about it such an air of neglect that it seems forgotten by all the world. About ten years ago the monument was struck by lightning and ita marble top knocked off. The brick foundation is nowmoldering away, and between the bricks luxuriant weeds are growing. The anniversary of tho battle is celebrated every year by tho people of New Orleans and by Andrew Jackson clubs all over the country, and it 6eems unfortunate that some of tho surplus patriotism is not devoted to keeping the Chalmette monument in repair. Tho subject has been brought to tho atten tion of the Daughters of the Revolution, who will endeavor to havo tho monu ment placed in better condition. Near at hand i3 tho Chalmctto na tional cemetery, where 12,521 graves of soldiers maxk "the bivouac of tho dead." Nearly 1,000 are tho graves of the gallant British soldiers who were mowed down in 25 minutes by the hail of death from Jackson's batteries and Tennessee sharpshooters. The others are soldiers who fell in the war of tho re bellion. LATEST B F ROM MAU : Pleasant Social Diversion Always On the Tapis. MUVhSIKN'r OK TI1K Jt.NATOUS. Srhoonrr Anu Arrives Austrian Army Officer Dolnc tho Island Politics Oulet Flans of the Dramatic A floatation Gamesters Arrested. Maui, February 23d. The seventh dancing party under the auspices of the Young Indies' Club took place at Dr. P. J. Aiken's residence, Pala, last Monday evening, the 18th. One of the pleasant features of the occasion was the watching of a brilliant thrash fire at Spreckelsville during Veranda promenades. The large parlors were the scene of much life and merriment until 11 p. m., the customary time for the farewell dance. Much grati tude is due Mrs. B. D. Baldwin, Miss Chamberlain and others for delightful music. During Wednesday, the 20tb, Deputy-Sheriff C. W. Dickey rudely in terrupted a pak-a-pio game atKahului and made three arrests. The event took place in a building belonging to Ah Mi. Ah Fong, the banker, and one other principal were taken in charge. A tin of opium was also dis covered. The prisoners are to be sum moned for trial before the Walluku Police Court during Monday, the 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy of Walakea, Hllo, who have been the guests of J. W. Colville at Pala, departed for home per Tuesday's KInau. On the 22d a Japanese liquor case w .s brought before Judge Helekunihi ofWailuku. Two of the defendants were fined $100 and costs, and the third discharged. The Maul Dramatic Association re alized $50 above all expenses from the masquerade ball of last week. Senator Hocking is still in Honolulu impatiently waiting for the opening of the legislature, Senator Baldwin has just returned from one of his frequent trips to Maka well, and Senator Hor ner of Lahalna, who some months ago severed all connection with the Pioneer plantation, is now occupied with his large coffee interests. A Children's Christian Endeavor Society has been recently formed at the Makawao Foreign Church, with Miss Grace Dickey as president. Rudolph von Domkomicz, an Aust rian army officer, baa been doing Maui recently. He has visited Ulu palokua, Kulu, and Haiku, and is at present at Waikapu. Ex-Judge Charles Copp has fifteen or sixteen acres of fine coffee at Koko mo, Makawao. Deputy-Tax-Collector X. O mated of Han a has recently resigned, and Harold Hayt elden has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Akanaliilil, a well known China man of Makawao, is soon to engage in cane-planting at liana. The Dramatic Association will hold their first meeting tonight (the 23d), to prepare for a grand minstrel enter tainment to take place at Walluku in April. They have recently elected six new and talented members, two from Spreckelsville and four from Ka hului, making a total active member ship of fifteen. When fully organized they intend to give some sort of public exhibition once a month, alternating between Walluku and Spreckelsville. The proceeds from the coming April entertainment are to be devoted to some charitable Institution in Maka wao. A new bookkeeper arrived Wednes day for the Kahului Railroad Com pany. Washington's birthday, the 22d, passed off quietly except perhaps for some appropriate exercises in various schools. German measles still prevail in dif ferent localities on Maui. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stolz are soon to return to Maui and reside at Idlewild, Olinda. Nothing new In politics on Maui. During the 18th, the schooner Anna, Norberg master, arrived in Kahului, fifteen days from San Francisco. She brought grain and hay for W. H. Cornwell, and fertilizer for Pala plan tation. It is not known when she will depart, Inasmuch as ehe will have to wait uutil the mills start grinding for a cargo of sugar. The steamer Kahului is expected from San Francisco sometime during the latter part of next week. V eather: Cold, with a rain in the mountain regions during Thursday. Land and Houses FOR SALE ! Those Premises Situated at Panoa near the I'auoa Bridge, containing an arra of about 11 ACRES, j. u xu- iTj'iirT.r3s5 'I'll Kit H ON". All at:' in cooil fomlition, with a well txtril lon-J uijoifinp ; fhtve are Io'h of fchaiV trvr s fjii nf pr -mi t-s ; u in u-e of the hrl -Hti ,ri in invu ul formerly known hs the jtV;;r -:t prviu'., i raur..U!e. fl-CJFriT tun -h,-r i irliciilars. p;!v to I AC ClIUNi. at V, U i a o l ai tSc (.. .or to William C. acui. Corner HM,el and Kin.' crreets. Honolu'.u, FvbruAiy loth, 1JS. SMJO-tf i!5i 5 Hood's is Good Makes Pure Blood Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated. C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell. Mxss. : -It is with pleasure that I giro jou th details of our littJo Hat's sickness and her return to health by tbo ua of Hood's SarsapariUa. Sht was taken down with Fever and a Bad Couigh. Following tills a sore earn on her right side be tween tho two lower ribs. In a short time an other broke on the left side. She would take spells of sore mouth and when we bad succeed ed In overcoming this she would suffer with at tacks of high lever and expel bloody looking corruption. Her head was affected and matter oozed from hex ears. Alter each attack she be- Mood's5 Cures am worse and all treatment failed to giro ber relief unUl we be pan to use Hood's Saraaparllla. After she bad taken one-half bottle we could see that she was better. We continued until she r-ft4 taken three bottles. Now she looks like The Cloom of Health and Is fat as a ' pig. TTe f sel grateful, and cannot la favor of Hood's 8arsapariLLa." say ieo much in Xdamm, Inman, Tennessee. Hood's Pills ct easily, yet promptly and eflcUntly, on the Urer and bowels. SSo. HOBRON DRUG COMPNAY 366 Wholesale Agents. Corporation Notice. AT A MEETING OF THE SHARE holdera of Caetle & Cooke, Limited, held at their office this day, by-laws were adopted and the following addi tional officers were elected as provided therein : Geo. P. Castle Vice-President J.B. Castle - -Auditor The officers of the Corporation, who also constitute the Board of Directors, are now as follows : J. B. Atherton President G. P. Castle Vice-President E. D. Tenney ...... Secretary W. A. Bo wen Treasurer J. B. Castle Auditor E. P. TENNEY, Secretary Caatle & Cooke, Limited. Honolulu, H. I. February 20tb, 1895. 3924-1 w 163 Ult Executors' Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING been duly appointed Executrix and Executor respectively of the last will and testament of Charles Luni Carter, deceased, late of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Republic of Hawaii, hereby gives notice to all creditors of said deceased to present their claims dulv authenti cated, to them at the office of Carter & Kinney, in Honolulu, within six months from this date, or they will be forever barred. And demand is hereby made on all persons indebted to the estate of said Charles Lunt Carter, or in posses sion of property belonging to said estate, to pay or deliver the same to the under signed at the place aforesaid. MARY H. 8. CARTER, ALFRED W. CARTER, Executors under the will of Charles Lunt Carter, deceased. Honolulu, February 21, 1895. 3925-1 w 1631-6w .Election of Officers. AT THE REGULAR ANNUAL meeting of the Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society of Hawaii held at our Hall on February 33, 1895 the following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year: Jose G Silva President Jose P Rodrigues Vice-President MG Silva Secretary M R A Vieira Treasurer Board op Directors ; Augusto C Pestana, Vincente O Texeira, L F Menezes, Jose M Gomes, Joao J Cabral Auditors : J M Vivas, Joao Fernandes, Joaquim C Grilho, A G Silva, Jr., M. H. Oliveira. M. G. SILVA, Secretary. Honolulu, February 22, 185. 392t-3t TO LET OR LEASE. M A Nice Convenient, New Cottage With Barn, Servant Room, Chicken Houe, on Wilder Avenue, near Pensa cola street Lare Paaturc For Horsee, ALSO Family Ilorsc nod CARRIAGE FOR SALE , CF"For fur her particulars inquire on ttir piemises or of Sft-jfi-hw p. M RQOSKV. J: s. W. -Bergstrom, p.'ANO, PIPK AM, KED ORGAN ,: Inner an. 1 Kfpaii-r. Orders left aj lnrum'B Bookstore, will receive prompt atteuuuu. o.v ATTENTION. A Special Christmas Sale, commencing MONDAY, December 17. We will everything regardless of cost for 8 days only. EjJ Come and inspect our 6tock of Holiday GouJf; tbe LOWfcST and BEST. YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, MURATA & CO., Pacific Guano and Fertilizer coivEiisrY. G. I . WILCOX President. J. F. HACKFELD Vice-President. I. O. BOX 484. OUR NEW WORK8 AT KALIHI to furnish ARTIFICIAL ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND Pacific Guano, Potash, Sulpliate of Ammonia, Nitrate of Sodo, Calcined Fertiliser Salts ETC., ETC., ETC., E1C, ETC O Special attention given to analysis of soils by our Agricultural Chemist. All goods are guaranteed in every respect. Ejjf-Eoi further particulars apply to PACIFIC GUANO AND HAWAIIAI GAZETTE GENERAL PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS OF Daily Pacific Commercial Advertiser; Hawaiian Gazette; (SEMI-W EEKLT) rUBLI8HBD ON TUESDAY- AND FRIDAYS; Planters' Monthly. TELEPHONES No. AXD HOTEL 8TREKT8. Proprietors. T. MAY.... Auditor. E. SUHR. . . .Secretary and Treasurer. MUTUAL TEL. 4G7. being completed, we are now ready all kinds of FERTILIZERS ! FERTILIZER COMPANY DR. W. AVERDAM, Manager. COMPANY -Alto- NO. 88. BINDERS 46 Merchant Street. BYAUTHOEITY. PROCLAMATION, EXECUTIVE BUILl'ING, HoxoLt Li-, II. I , January 7, 1S95. The right of WKIT OF HABEAS CORPUS is hereby suspended and MARTIAL LAW is instituted and es tablished throughout the Island of Oahu, to continue until farther notice, during ing which time, however, the Courta will continue ia session and conduct ordinary business as usual, except as aforesaid. By the President : SANFORD B, DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. General Headquabtebs, Repvblic op Hawaii, Adjutant General's Office Honolulu, Island of Oahu, U.I., Jan uary 16, 1895. Special Order No. 25 . Okder for a Military Commission. A Military Commission is hereby ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Thursday, the 17th day of Jan uary, A. D. 1893, 'at 10 o'clock a. m., and thereafter from day to day for the trial of such prisoners as may be brought before it on the charges and specifica tions to be presented by the Judge Ad vocate The Officers composing the Commis sion are: 1. Colonel William Austin Whiting, First Regiment, N. G. H. 2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. Fisher, First Regiment, N. G. H. 3. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Company F, N. G. H. 4. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com pany C, N. G. H. 5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant, N. G. H. 6. Captain W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com pany D, N. G. H. 7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones, Com pany D, N. G. H. Captain William A. Kinney, Aide-de-Camp on General Staff, Judge Advo cate. By order of the Commander-in-Chief, (Signed.) JNO. H. SOPER, 3S93-tf Adjutant-General. NOTICE. All persons are hereby notified that they are strictly forbidden to use fire crackers, Chinese bombs, or any fire works whatever within the limits of Honolulu. E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal Republic of Hawaii. Honolulu, January 22d, 1895. 38S9-tf NOTICE, Special Orders, No 26. The Military Commission now in ses sion in this city, convened by Special Orders No. 25, dated January 16, 1895, from these Headquarters will hold ita sessions without regard to hours. By order of the Commander-in-Chief, JNO. H. SOPER, Adjutant-General. Adjutant-General's Office, Honolulu, January 19, 1895. 3897 tf Notice. All bills against the Police Depart ment, contracted between January 6 and February 14 are ordered to be presented to the Marshal before February 20th, 1895. E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal Republic of Hawaii. 3920-6t Saloon Notice. From and after date liquors of all des criptions will be allowed to be sold at the licensed saloons, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m... providing the same be drank on the premises. No liquors shall be taken away from such saloons excepting beer. Any violation of this will cause such saloon to be immediately closed. Tbe presence of any person under the influence of liquor upon any saloon pre mises will also be sufficient to cause such saloon to be immediately closed. E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal, Republic of Hawaii. February 6 lb, 1895. 3912-tf