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Hawaiian Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1895, Honolulu, Hawaii VOL. XXX.. NO. 9. HONOLULU. II. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUAltY 5. 1893.-SEM1-WEEJELLY. Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weakly -------PUBLISHED HI------- HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY EVERY 1UESDAY AHD FRDAY MORHfflfl Geo. H. Paris, Business Manager. Wallace R. Kditor. K. BDAJLIL A (LIMITtD Importoro and Dealers in O1U andGencr Hardware, r Jlerchundlpc K.-A.TKS 50 5 00 Per year, Foreign 6 Invariable In Advance. STJBSC KI O N Far month................... Per year fff Address all communications Hawaiian Gazette Company P. 0. Box 0, Honolulu, H. I. PROFE8S80MAL. CARTER CARTER, 1356 No. 24 Street. A. ROSA, ir XJ KAAHUMiNJ STBEKT. Honolnln.H I C. PARKE, No. 15 1356 And Agent to take Acknowledgments. OFFICE :-13 KAASUMANO STBEB, 1893 Honalnln. HjJ. W- R. CASTLE, OFFICERS Wm W Hall Preside M and Manager BO Wh'te. Secretary uud Troaanrer Wm F Allen Auditor Thoo May and T V, Hobrou Directors 1850 Corner Fort and King 8ta y B LEWERg F J LUWBET C. M.COOKE n, K W ZK D4 H C' fli JT. to LEWEBB DIOKSOH, nd Dealern in And all kinds of Building Materials, _1S56 v HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, 5K3UffiJR Coolers, Iron, Brans and Lead Clisting Machlneryof Every Description Made to Order. Particular attention paid to Ships' Blacfct smithing JOB WOBKeiocutedon theshorteo- :358 notice. y IT 1HPOBTEB AND DEALES IN OEN3HAX MZBCHAKDISE. 1356 Queen HonolnIn v PROTESI WHS IN Three Conspirators Sent Off on the Warrimoo J. M. WHITlfEY. M. D., D- D- 8 Booms on Fort Office In Brewer's, Block, corner Hotel and Fort 1358 y streets Entrance. Hotel street. A.nd Notary Public. Attends all the Courts of 1856 the KinRdom. X J. ALFRED MAQOON. Attorney and Counselor At Law. 42 Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I. C. E. WCLIJAMS, Importer, Manufacturer, TJphclstcrer, AND DEALKE IN FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Fianoa and Musical Instruments. 1389 105 POET STREET ly M. S. GBJITBATTM CO.. ------IHPOETEB8 Of------ Gen'l Merchandise and Commission 1S56 Merchants- Honolulu. H. I. J M. S. GRINBAUM CO., No. 21S Front Street, San Francisco, Ca THt, DOCK Miulnler Wlliis Entei. Formal Objec- tlou. hut Mealier, Johnatoue a Cranatauii Rebel Dynamlt- Glten Fare and Flftj Dollara. HERE was a scene enacted at the Paci- fic Mail wharf on Saturday, just pre- vious to the depart- ure of the steamer Warrimoo for Van- couver, that will long be remembered and those who aa- Post Office Box 2603. CO. King and Bethel Streets Honolulu, H. I., Importeri and Commission Merchants, 1856 _ _ __ Importer! of General Herehanduo, TOOK FEANCB, BNQLAKD.GBBMANT AND TEH milTED STATES. No. 5S QneO> Street. Honolulu. H.I, HTM AN BROTHERS. Commission Merchants, 2M Front Street, San Francisco. Particular attention paid to filling and Bh pping 1373 Island orders. 7 F. A. 8CHAEFEB Jt CO. Commission Wire's. 1886 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. y 1358 HAWAIIAN WINE CO. FRANK BROWN, Manager. Honolulu, E I. 28 and 30 Merchant Street, [139S-ly] H. UACKFELD Sc. CO., General Commission Agents, 1856 Queen H. I. y O. W. CO., Importers and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, -----ifllKTB TOB----- ttirrlees, Watson 4 Co., Scotland Street Iron Works, Glasgow. John Fowler Co., (Leeds) Limited Steam Plow 1858 and Locomotive Woiks. Leeds. _ly BISHOP COMPANY. XXV 1888. -----DRAW EXCHANGE OK----- THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO THEIR AGENTS IH------ New Tork. Chicago, Paris iNr Messrs. M.N. Rothschild Sons London N The Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, In London, and Sydney. The Bank of New Zealand In Auckland, Chrlstchurch, Dnnedin and Wellington. The Eonekong and Shanghai Banking Cor- poration In Hongkonc and Shanghai. China; and Yokohama, Hlogo, and Nagasaki, Japan. The Bank of British Colombia In Victoria, Van- couver, Nanalmo, and Westminister, B. C., and Portland, Oregon. And the Azores and Madeira Islands 1356-y 1858 and LocomotiveH II Jk Co., THEO. II DAV1E8 Importerfl and Commiaaion aorohantfl, JLKD ABBOTS TOE Lloyd's and the_LlverpoolUnderwriters British and Foreign Marine Inauranco Ilia AndHortharn Aggaraaee Company Co. r WILLIAM 0. SMITH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 66 fort Street, Honolnln. H. W. SCHMIDT SONS, laoorien ud Common Mutoi Honolulu.________ _ MB. W. F. ALLEN, HAS AN OFFICE OVEB MESSB8. BISHOP of Merchant and Kinhnmnna otroetl.and he-will be pleased to attend to any oatneqp entnuted to him.___________1356-6m C. HTJSTACE. (Formerly with B. P. Bolles Co.) Wholesale Retail Grocer, 111 Kins Street, nnder Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, and Rhlpo' Storea sup- plied at short notice. New Goods by every otoimcr. Orders Irom the other islands faith- fully executed. 18M__________________TELEPHONE I1B If. E. Bso, Grocery, Feed Store and Bakery. Corner King and Fort Streets, 1356 Honolnln H I 7 THE WESTERN AND HA WAHAH Investment Comnanv. (Limited loaned for long o. nuon ON APPROVED SECURITY. Apj-ly to W. W. HALL, Manager. Beaver Block, Fort at 7 DR. R. W. ANDERSON, SUCCESSOR TO DBS. ANDERSON LUNDY DENTISTS. Hotel St., Dr.J. SBP-GAb ADMINISTERS Dr. LIEBIG CO Special DootOTB for Ohronio, Pri- vate and Wasting Disease, 's" Invlgorator the greatest remedy for Seminal Weakness, Lose of Manhood and Private Disease, overcomes Prematureness and prepares all for marriage life's duties, pleasures and responsibilities; trial bottle given or sent free to My one describing symptoms: call or address 400 Geary bt., private entrance 405 Mason Bt, San Ftanclsco. ____________15" Canadian THE FAMOUS TOUBIBT ROUTE OF'THE WufiLD. IH CONNECTION WITH THE CAN ADIAN-AU8TKAUAN STEAM- SHIP LINE, TICKETS ARE ISSUED To ALL POINTS IN ran UNITED 8TATE8 AHD CANADA, VTA VICTORIA AND VAN- OOI7TKB. MOUNTAIN RE8OBT8, WILDER CO.. Crnor of Port and Qnecn Stooto, Honolnln, labor .Palnti.OKr Balta Building Sas Jtatsrla'l "-IT v kind 7 BanS; Glacier, Mount Stephen and Fraser Canon. Tiaketn to all points in Japan, China, India and around the world. 1ST For Tickets and General Information THEO. H. DAVIES CO., Amenta Canndian Pacific FnilnBynn Canadian-Australian S a. Line 1426-ly by the principals sis ted. After due deliberation the authori- ties concluded to deport three of the persons under arrest for conspiracy in the late attempt to overthrow the Re- public. These were J. Cranstoun, A. E. Mueller and J. B Jobnstone. The first two named individuals had been assigned and accepted the undertak- ing of throwing dynamite bombs into the Central Union church during services on the Sunday evening the outbreak was scheduled. Besides this the men have been most aggressive in their opposition to the Government for some time previous to their arrest about three weeks ago. Cranstoun is the party who was re- sponsible for the split in the rank and file of the Schutzen Club, through which ex-Police Captain Carl Klemme was brought into notoriety which had much to do with his dismissal from the force afterwards. Muller was the boon companion of Cranstoun in all his schemes against the Government, and on many occasions expressed himself in bitter terms regarding the same. Previous to the royalist out- break Johnstone was. in the employ of the Government as a guardsman and was supposed to be a loyal citizen. Instead of reporting the meetings o the rebels to the Marshal, Johnston lent himself body und soul to th efore a strjnge sail was sighted. The vessel afterward proved to be ,he sealing m hooner Jane Gray, wenty-niue days from San Fran- :ifcco, hound lor the Japan seas. She wan in distr. Her captain aeke.i for a towlii.e and two hours ater ramp into the harbor Caj lain Funcke rpports that on Januarv loth hn rai; into a storm with Report That Admiral Beardslee Has Those Instructions. NAVAI. STATION AT PDAUL HAKBOK Commercial Expediency Will Demand the Construction of a Cable Between the Hawaiian Itlaodo and tho United States at No Distant 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 have the best interests of the Ha- waiian Islands at heart. This is no less than the signifi- cant fact that the American lag 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- lee 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 before this Senator Mor- gan in introducing a bill hi the American Senate to appropriate 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, ;hus equipping a complete and lighly necessary naval rendezvous "n 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- stration, at least so far as the atti- ,ude towards Hawaii is concerned. There is no question as to the fact hat the people are deeply inter- ested in and looking forward to assuming closer relations with the Hawaiian Islands from every point if view. Such a course on the part )f the United States cannot be viewed in but one 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 could not afford to do so, either from a commercial or financial point of view. In the event of the construction and operation of the trans-Pasific cable under British supervision, the United States Government could not expect to make use of it in transmitting dispatches of war, especially if her complications were Great Britain or any other WHOLE NO. 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 New Telephone Line. L. S. Aungst returned by the Waialeale Saturday from Hona- kaa. He has finished the prelimi- nary work incident to constructing a new telephone line on the Island of Hawaii. While here Mr. Aungst will organize a joint stock com- pany and complete further neces- sary details in regard to the ven- ture. Sufficient subscribers have already been secured to guarantee the success of the enterprise. PROSPEROUS INSTITUTION. Statement of Pioneer Building and Loan Association. The semi-annual statement of the Pioneer Building and Loan As- sociation of Hawaii for. the term ending December 31, 1894, handed in to this office by Mr. A. V. Gear, its energetic Secretary, shows the financial affairs of the Association to be in a particularly satisfactory and flourishing condition. Among the salient features of the Secre- retary's report are noticed the fol- lowing items of interest to the public: Receipts for term, of which amount was bor- rowed by its members under the admirable co-operative terms pro- vided in the by-laws of the Asso- ciation. The total amount loaned to shareholders is as follows: On real estate, on stock of the Association, total, The capital -stock is and reserve fund, Divi- dends earned during the year end- ing, December 31, 1894, equal 134 per cent on capital invested. The tenth series of stock is now open, and shares may be obtained from tb.6 Secretary until Feb. 28th. The officers of theAsBocf ation are: Theo. F. S. B. Rose, vice-president; A.V. Gear, secretary J.G. Roth well, treasurer; who with the following constitute the board of directors A. W. Keech, J. H. Fisher, J. J. Lecker, Geo. E. Boardman, Henry Smith, all of whom are well and favorably known to the community. A prosperous and useful future is predicted for this growing financial institution. REORGANIZATION. Citizens' Guard To Be Divided Into Officered Divisions. Under the plan adopted for re- organizing the Citizens' Guard the body will consist of four divisions, each in charge of a lieutenant. The divisions will be divided into three squads, each in charge of a ser- geant. Squads will consist of three details, each in charge of a cor- poral. The first division will be that now assigned to Lieut. Geo. P. Castle second div.sion to Lieut. C. B. Ripley, including Masonic Tem- ple corps and relieving King street bridge squad third division will be made up of members of com- mands of J. V. Siinonson, Geo. H. Greene and a new one to be formed fourth division will consist of squads under T. B. Murray, W. P. O'Brien and Mounted Patrol. This division is for special duty, and will report at police headquarters. The squads in the outer districts, including Ewa, Koolau, Kahuku, etc., will be separate and indepen- dent, reporting directly to the mar- shall, au'd officered as may be deemed necessary. They will be designated as Citizens' Guard Ewa, Citizens' Guard Koolau, etc., etc. The changes mentioned will be effected without delay, and add materially to guidance and service. The command will remain under F. B. McStocker as captain. which CHtiseii hi" to ppring a leak. >he will be r-paircd here and will SIM! fur Japan about ThurR-
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