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Hawaiian Gazette (Newspaper) - March 8, 1895, Honolulu, Hawaii VOL. XXX.. 17. HONOLULU. II. I.. FRIDAY. MAKCII -SEMI-WEEKLY NO. Bawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly ------PUBUbHHP m HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY EVEEY TUESDAY AKD FRIDAY MORHING Geo. H. Paxis, Business Manager. Wallace R. Parrington, ttditor. 50 5 00 00 STT BSC H. i FT ION Per month...................... Per year........................ Per year, Foreign.......... Payable Invariable In Advance. all communicationa Hawaiian Gazette Company P. O. Box 0, Honolulu, H. I. Cards. PROFESSBOWAL. CARTER 1X56 No. 24_Merchant_Street. A. ROSA, K. W. DOAD.II. A (L1U1TKD.1 Importero and Dealers IB Hardware, Plows, I'aln'.e. Ulla and UeniTa Or-FIl'ER.s Wm W Hal I'reeidnii and Mauagor E O Wh'U) becroiury and Treasurer Wm F Allen Auditor Thoa ilay and V, Director? 135b Core' r Fort and Kliij; y U. IKWKKn. r J. LUWKzr. C. 11. COOH.E B, K w K K w o> ci D: Sucfanore to LEWBRS DICKBOH ImportafB nd Dealero in Lumber, Acdali kinda of Building Material.-. 1356 _Fori Street, Honolulu. _ y HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO Steam Bnglnee, Sugar Mills, Coolers, Irou, Brans and Lead Casting Machinery of Every Description ade to Order. "SO Battle Ships and Torpedo Boats to be Built it 1 KIM- s I> I'l K 1 I t VI Particular attention paid to Ships' Blackt smithing. JOB WOBK executed oa 1866 notice. y TT WATUKUOUtbE, mPOBTBE AHD DEALEB IH GETTXEAL MKBCHAWDISE. 1356 CJnecn Htreet. Honolulu _ J. M. WHITNEY. M. D. D. S Booms on Fort jfllcoln Brewer's, Block, corner Hotel and Fort 1356 y streetb Entrance. Hotel street. Ktltlbh Crulner Nndil nlj Oidert'd J- rom Hongkong to Kui Late Tele- graphic DUpaU'hCH r'rom All farts nf the World, per Steninci Knlmlul. 1856 15 KAAH05IANO SI Honolulu 11.1. C. PARKS, at And Agent to take Acknowledgments. 13 KiAinrsiANH 1S93 Hopojnjn, ___ IV. R. CASTLE, STBEB, And Notary Public. Attends all the Courts of IS56 the Kingdom. y J. AUFRED MAOOON, Attorney and Counselor At Law. OFFICE 43 Merchant Street. Honolulu, H. I. t84S _____ i C. E. Imporlor. Manttfactnror, Upho'.Bterer, AND DEALEB IN FURKITURE CF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Pianos acd Musical 1369 105 FORT STP.EET _ Jy_ M. S. GKIKBAUM CO.. IMPOBTEBS or Oen'l MeroliandlsQ and Comminsion 1356 Mnpohants- 7 M. S. GRINBAUM CO., Commission Merchants, No. 21B FfSnt Street, San Francisco. I'll. Post Office Box SJ5CT3. o ED BtorFSSCaaJLAEOER CO. King and Bethel Streets, Honolulu, H. I., Importeri and Commission 1856___________________ HYBEAN Importerg of General Merchandise, ------PBOM------ rRANCE, ENGLAND, GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES. 1373-y No. 58 Qneoi H.I, HTMAN BROTHERS. Commission Merchants, 206 Front Street, San Francisco. Particular attention paid to ailing and ah pping 1S73 Island orders. y F. A. SCHAEFEK Jk CO. Importers Commission Wire's. ISfifl Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. y EL. HACKFELD CO., General Commiesion Agents, 1356 Queen Street.Honoluln, H. I. y O. W. MACFAIULANE CO., Importers and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, ------AOBKT8 FOB------ Mlnlees, Watson Co., Scotland Street Iron Works, Glasgow. John Fowler Co., (Leeds) Limited Steam Plow 1858 and Locomotive Woiks, Leeds. ly 1THEO- ft DAVIES Co., Importers and Commission HerchantB, ASU AOMTTB FOE--------- Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co. 1854 And Northern Aisaranee Company, y HAWAIIAN WINE CO. FRANK BROWN, Manager. 28 and 30 Merchaut Street. Honolulu, H. I. [189Vly] _ _ BISHOP COMPANY. xrar DRAW EXCHANGE ON THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO Jfew AKD TBE1B A8EJTT8 I3J York, Chicnjfo, Parla -THE Messrs. M.N. Rothschild Sons London The Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, In London, and Sydney. The Bank of New Zealand in Auckland, Chnstchurch, Dnnedln and Wellington. The Honckonc and Shacphal Bankinp Cor- poretion In Honckonc ana Shanchai, China; and Yokohama, Hiogo, and Japan. The Bank of British Colnmbla in Victoria, Van- couver, Nanaimo, and Westminister, B. C.; and Portland, Orejjon. And the Azores and Madeira Islands. DR. R. W. ANDERSON, SUCCESSOR TO DRS. ANDERSON LUNDY DKNT1STS, WILLIAM 0. SMITH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 68 Fort Street, Honolulu. H. W. SCHMIDT SOWS, Honolulu. Mfi. W. F. ALLEN, HAS AN OFFICE OVEB ME8SBS. BISHOP 00, .corner of Merchant and Kaohumonu Btreets, and he will be pleased to attend to any OBlnegp entrnited to him. _ 1356-6m C. HTJSTACE. (Formerly with B. F. Bollee Co.) Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 111 King Street, under Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, and Rhlpe' Stores sup- plied at short notice. New Goods by every Orders t rom the other Islands faith- fully executed. lawT _ TELRPffO.VS _1I9 M. E. RRO. Grocery, Feed Btoro and Bakery. Cornor KinR and Fort Streets, 1356 Honolulu H. I. v THE WTSTERN AND Inveotmept Comnanv (Llmitrn Money loaned for Innp; o Hlork Fort HI Hotel rfi., ADMHSJSTEBE' Dr. LIEBIG CO Special Doctors for Chronic, Pri- vate and Wasting Dtaease. Dr Lit blff'p Tnviporator the greatest remedy for Seminal Weakness, Lose of Manhood and Pr'.vate Disease, overcomes Prematureness and prepares all for marriage life's dnties, pleasures and rea[ onsibllitiee; Sltriel bottle given or sent free to pay one describing symptoms: call or tddress 400 Geary bt., private entrance 405 M son it., San Ktanclf-co. a 1S WASHINGTON, Feb. 19.-When the bids for the construction of torpedo boats were opened at tfoe Navy De- partment today, it was found that the Cramps bad offered to do the work at figures lower than those of any of the other bidders. While the bid of the Union Iron Works was not among the very low- est of those opened, Irving M. Scott will In all probability secure one of the new torpedo boats for his yard. There is no torpedo boat on the Pacific Coast, and there is need of one in that part of the country. Besides this, the snips turned out by the Union Iron Works have been most satisfactory in every instance, and Scott as a shipbuilde stands exceedingly well with the Navj Department officials, this in part ex- plaining why he will probably secure one of the boats for his yard. It i possible be may have a battle ship or two to build also. The House today in considering the naval appropriation bill, favorably passed upon every feature of the bill over which any fight was made by Holman others opposed to build- ing up a navy. From this it is argued that the proposition to build three new battle ships will be passed. There is now but one of this class on the Pacific Coast, the Oregon, and there are three on the Atlantic Coast. Probably one, and it may be two of the newly pro- posed ships will be constructed at the Union Iron Works. There are but two places in the country which have facilities for the construction of one of these monsters of the at Philadelphia, and the Union Iron Works at Ban Francisco. This fact makes it quite certain that Scott will be likely to secure something when the contracts are awarded. The House spent today in the fur- ther consideration of the naval appro- priation bill. The points of order made by Sayers against the items for the increased enlisted force of the navy were overruled and his amend- ments looking to their elimination were defeated. The Committee on Naval Affairs were victorious on every test of strength taken today. The para- graphs providing for the increase of the navy, the battle ships and torpedo boats, will be reached tomorrow, and the committee is sanguine that the in- crease recommended will be author- ized, despite the determined opposi- tion of Chairman Sayers, of the Ap- propriation Committee, who an- nounced today that he would fight the authorization of the new ships until the close of the session. Among the items of the navy ap- propriation bill which were passed by the House today was the one to in- crease the number of enlisted men in the navy from 9000 to This will be welcome news on the Pacific Coast, where so many of our vessels are short handed and one or two wholly without crews, and therefore forced to go out of commission. The paragraph relating to the extra allow- ance for a steam tug at the Mare Isl- and navy yard was adopted, as well as the appropriations for a number of improvements about the place. The appropriation of for new boilers and engines for the Hartford was likewise adopted. llmt John W. Foster be st le< l- .--ist [be Chinese euvoys in s, to Li e v. u ho. IP pi, HLS I n i'.i land, who an acccned .if HI. i .h tendencies. I'.l.l.lcmlr r lorn ODI-SSA, Fch Ihe p-i-t week there wt rt- lls cases of choina und deaths from the in the Government of i'odolia The loss caused by the recent Brook lyn strike la estimated at The Crisis In Egypt. CAIRO, Feb. Khedive is secretly promoting agitation in the interior of the country, and is arrang- ing to form a Bedouin body-guard. The Times correspondent says the i in two days. symptoms vividly recall the events CONSTANTINOPU Feb. witnesses ezamin.
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