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Hawaiian Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1895, Honolulu, HawaiiVol. Xxx no. 97. Honolulu h. L Friday december 6, Hole no. 17k5. Sehi weekly. Issued tuesdays and fridays w. R. Farrington. Editor. Subscription Katesie per Mouth _ 9 .50 far month 75 put year 5.oo fee year foreign 6.oo payable invariably in Advance. Hawaiian Gazette company publishers. Gbo. M. Paris. Manager. H. business cards. .orr1n a. Thurston. Attorney at Law. 113 Kahu k. Manu Street Honolulu . Carter , tourneys at a St. No. 24 me Street . H. I. William c. Park. Atto--ti3v at Law and agent to j a r pc now ledge Zient. No. 13 Kaa la Street Honolulu h. I. W. R. Castle a attorney at Law a j notary pub amends a 1 _ Juris of the Lof e. Honolulu i. I. William o. Smith. At at Law. No. 66 fort i eel Honolulu h. I. A Lyle a. Dickey attorney at Law. No. 11 Kaahu Manu Street Honolulu. H. I. Miss d. Lamb notary Public. Office of j. A. Wagon. 42 merchant Street. Honolulu h. I. J. Whitney . . Dental rooms on fort Street. Of fice in Brewer Block Cor. Fort and hotel its Entrance. Hotel St. W. P. Allen will be pleased to transact any business entrusted to his care. Office Over Bishop Bank. H. E. Mcintyre bro., grocery and feed store. Corn King and fort its. Honolulu. The Western hawaiian i divestment company l d. Money i loaned for Long or Short periods on approved Security. W. W. Hall manager. Wilder co., lumber paints oils nails Salt and building materials All Al Nib h. W. Schmidt sons. Porters and com Mussli chants. Honolulu h. I. I importers and commission Mer John t. Waterhouse Teporter and dealer in Genera a merchandise. Queen St., Hono c. E. Williams son. Irn iture of every description my Street. H. Hackfeld co., general commission agents. Queen Street Honolulu h. I. Hawaiian wine co. Rank Brown manager. 28 and so merchant St. Honolulu. H. I. M. S. Grind aum co. Tar trips of general merchandise a d commission March i Honolulu h. I. E. O. Hall i son l d. Importers and a papers in hard Ware. Corner fort and King its. Oki k we. W. Hull 1 r. Nad manager k. O. Thlu Titi Uny treasurer m k Mac a auditor trios. Mud t. Lobron Dan tors c. Hustace. Wholesale and retail grocer Lincoln Block King St. Plantation ships stores supplied on Short notice. By every Steamer. Orders Frincu the others islands Faith fully Evo cuu a. Telephone 110. Allen Robinson Queen Street. Dealers in lumber windows doors blinds and builders hardware. Wall paper paints and oils. Stove and steam Coal. Consolidated soda water works co., l d. Esplanade Cor. Fort and Allen its. Hollister co., agents. Palace slip to Chas. Scharf co., Arlington Block. Honolulu . Fine con fool n chocolates put up Lor inc Island Trade. Gotsi i f Yon r o Sti so Robe for any in per or pull slide it will pay Yon 10 fall on . P. O. Box 88. Publishers of Titornio hawaiian music Etc. J. 5. General agent the hawaiian islands Alliance Assurance company Alliance Marino and general insurance company. Wilhelma of Magdeburg insurance company. Insurance company of Sun life Canada. Room 12, spec feels Block Gilbert f. Little attorney at Law Hilo Hawaii. Guide through Hawaii h. M. Whitney publisher. Only Complete guide published beautifully illustrated. Price 75c. Per Sale by hawaiian news x Hawaii original inhabitant came from America. Esqui Mau or Aztec ancestry ideas of a Sailor lecturer Ami i unique proofs for the portent question of winds and cur rents not considered by historians planters attention we keep in Stock for the supplying of Short notice requirements a Small Stock of. Grind Audi co. 111 no 215 Sun a , Cal. V i . H. Davits co. L d. I "rtor.3 commission Mer ni-5 ajjn1., or -.1 i i the i Ivrano i t Nodi or tiers to i l in full t each Brand California h. Navies. In Rule Janlou. H. Davies co p merchants. 12 and 13 a t Albany Liverpool. It u wars. F. J. I Iwrey. M. Joke Coo ice. and or Alo i in 1 t . For j. E. Miller manager we have on hand today a. Quantity of the Diamond a and High Grade fertilizers Send in your orders c. Brewer co., Ltd agents California fertilizer works. Iron works co., i y of e to order a fat y of every description 1 i co. Importers and commission chants. King and Bethel streets Honolulu h. I. Human Bros., importers of general merchandise from France. Conj Blind Genny and United states. No. 58 Queen Street Honolulu h. I. Bros. Merchants. Particular paid to filling and inc Oral tors. 2o6 front san a ranch pc. F a. Schafir co. Importers and commission Mer ohans. Honolulu. Hawaiian isl daily advertiser 75 cents a month. Delivered by Carrier. Do Yon advertise put an advertisement in the Pacific Captain h. G Morse late of the Steamer Alameda has developed inti a lecturer since his Leti Reubent. I first appearance will be in Bao fran Cisco on november Captain Moise commenced Bia Long and eventful career Back in 1844 on a thirty ton Schooner which was engaged in the fishing Tia in out Eastern coast says the f. Chroni Cle. Since then be has sailed the Mediterranean spent four years in the Pepper Trade on the West coast o Sumatra has been engaged in the fun Trade the East coast of Siberia aug has made Miny trips to the Coral isl ands of the Pacific besides innumerable visits to every inhabitable ipod in the Broad Pacific Ocean. During his Long career at 8pa Cap Tain Morse has bad an Opportunity for observing and studying the people who inhabit the Many group of Small islands with which the Broad Pacific , and at his lecture be will develop an interesting idea in respect to their origin. Captain Morse disputes the theory and Vujcec by most writers that the inhabitant of the society islands the hawaiian islands and the other Island groups in the tropics came originally from afia he has satisfied himself that they came from America and he full o intelligent arguments in support o Bis theory. In the first sail Captain Morse in speaking of the matter we have every reason to believe thai the natives of the Sandwich Island came originally from the society isl ands. They have a tradition which has been handed Down by their fore fathers that the progenitors of to i race came in canoes from the South Ward. Now in my estimation i would have been impossible for the natives of the society if lauds to have made their Way Eai Tward from the of Asia he Small canoes Whei the winds and currents Are All against them. I do not believe Thattie important question of wind and currents was considered by the historians w Louve attempted to Settle this matter. The Trade wind in the tropics blow from the East and strike the Equator at a Angle of forty five degrees. To he More specific the Trimle winds North of the Equator blow from the North below the Equator they blow from the Southeast. The currents h the tropics Tollow the direction of the Trade eat to West now All the Island referred to Are in the and it to that the slight canoes in which the a ancient navigators travelled must have gone with the Anil currents that the of the Plancic off the East coat of Asia cams from Asia there no doubt we find of the Mart Hall and Solomon islands an entirely different race of people from those who inhabit the islands further East. They Are Black Jet and their hair Short Anil curly. The natives of the Sorie y and Sandwich islands Are Light complexioned and their hair Long and Sira Firlit. These Are not the Only facts in support of the theory that the people in question arc the of the native americans. There i a lot Otolo Stone work in the hawaiian isl ands which a striking resemblance to similar work found in mex Ico. In the mexican museum Are Many relics if the aztecs which have a striking resemblance to of generations of it Cei to me very plausible that at Nome re mole time Ages ago the islands i have referred to Here a part of the american continent for i cannot conceive Bow a can of built of the largest Trees then ing could sur Vive Tbs storms and such Are encountered on the pack Fly in whatever Way the a of the Pacific islands might have reached isolated i am and. G. Wilder were named a committee to look after arrange ments and see that the courts were in proper condition on ladies Day fished in Nuuanu Stream. The police arrested thirty two natives yesterday for fishing in Nuuanu a Ream contrary to the regulations of the Board of health. They were released on their own recognizance. Their musical artists. Pleasant evening at rooms of the Kil Ohana Art league. The first Musicale Given by the musical Circle of the Kil Ohana Art league last evening a decided Success in every feature. The Gen eral program of the evening not Only reflected credit upon the individual participants but also upon the of the league who have by their persistent efforts brought their organization to that state of prominence and Prosperity to make entertainments Given by the various circles one of the social features of the City. Just a comfortable roomful of the members were present at the cosy Little Hall last evening. With the products of the palette and Brush artists still in evidence and the tasteful decoration of the stage for which miss Hart and miss Nolte were responsible the surroundings were such ?.s to please the most critical critic. Those who took part in the program include the most talented musicians of the City theirl efforts were Well up to the usual High Standard. Follow ing the program 1. Concerted number. Selected. Day a. H Isenberg and prof. Brrewer. 2 vocal duet two tuscan Folk song Mcgrew and mis Richards. 3. Piano Happy a. D. Bice miss Castle. 4. Vocal a Buber miss Axtell. 5. Violin Dancia miss Mcgrew. 6. Vocal first i met thee lube Staci miss Richards 7. Miss m c. Greene. Vocal to. Selects miss mits Rocha rus and miss Axtell. Among those present were president and mrs. Dole. Miss Kate Field or. And mrs. B. F. Billing Ham or. And mrs. F. A. Schaefer mrs. Mcgrew miss Crane or. Anc mrs. Graham mrs. Tucker or and mrs. Dodge in and mrs. W w. Hall prof. Richards or. C. B Hooper prof. Alexander or. Mur Ray. Parcels delivery. Of the Young men Christian association what the Young men Are doing. An exhaustive showing u promising state of sue of Hasful efforts la u Noble work. Successful financially Etc., Etc. November has been a Busy month Sherman quartermaster l. L. La Pierre. Surgeon. N b. Emer son Captain. Mccandless officer of the Day f. Williams officer of the Urban conk Ling. The Ordinary meetings of this Are held on the fir to thurs Day of each month. New year races. Much interest manifested in the coming meet. Judging from the interest manifested in the new year races the Day will be a Success without a doubt. Manager Charles David and his valuable assistant Jack Gibson Are leaving nothing in done to make the occasion a Mem y g lib we Cir a Ujj. For the Young men Christian and i Oracle one m racing annals the and Semi weekly your returns be sure. Thai they of Anit Rlyn and coast of from the not from the pacif1cjtenms club. Monthly meeting ister Willis honorary member. The regular monthly meeting of the Pacific Tennis club was held yesterday at 1 p. M. In the office of the hawaiian Safe Deposit build ing. There was a general discus Sion about Tennis matters also consideration of pome of the by Law of the Tennis association. Nothing definite was decided on about the latter. Robert Atkinson was admitted to Active membership. Minister Willis was unanimously elected an honorary member of the club. Messes. Latest bicycle contrivance sect Here for the first time. The latest use to which the i Cycle employed was seen in Honolulu for the first time yester Day. It in the shape of a delivery. The contrivance Sim by a bicycle extended and contain no three in front and to behind. A Square Box some our feet Long and two wide placed on the rear wheels and so arranged that the weight All on he Back Axle. When it desired o deliver goods during Rainy ornamental covered Box an be placed on or Over the open me. The entire contrivance comparatively Light an Ordinary Nan can make Good time carrying much weight 200 pounds lie enterprising firm of Hall on had one of the vehicles on the treets yesterday. During the Day delivery of goods weighing two undred pounds was made in remarkably Quick time. These Little machines Are being used extensively throughout Europe and America and Are Handy an arrangement could to ably be thought of. They Are destined to revolutionize delivery of Small and even Large parcels Here else where. The Hidwell Tinkham Cycle company of new York Are the makers of this very useful invention. The wife of or. D. Robinson a moment Lumberman of hit twice. N y was sick wit h Rheuma for five elation. The Yatman meetings held during the Early part of the month were largely attended and required much planning and hard work on the part of the members. The gymnasium classes have kept up Well much interest being shown the gymnastic report indicates. Also the evening Clas a work in which gives Promise of Success in every Branch. The average attend Ance at the gymnasium was follows for the Young men 13 Busi Ness men 8 Junior class 20 boys 31 working boys 12 there was a to Al of 33 classes held and an attendance of 665. In the Reading Ronda and Library 59 books were in circulation during the Mouth. The Reading matter for the current year has been chosen a Large addition made to the former list. The track in the finest of condition and will be kept so by constant work every Day. There Are five trotting and six running horses now at the track with several More to come from the other islands among them being Cornwells Billie c. The runners Are All hawaiian bred and in the Best of form three of them belong to Horace Crabbe the others being under the care of Charles David. Entries for the meet will close on the loth inst., after which time there Likely to be some change in the program of the Day. Four Hundred dollars have been put in purses divided equally Between the four races. Or. David has to considerable gone expense in getting up the races and it to be hoped the Public will respond liberally in the matter of attendance. Walt Nichols company were awarded the track to be scraped three the contract for supplying times each week mondays wednesdays and saturdays. Bicyclists Are invited to use it in the after noon of those Days nothing will bid being the lowest received 40. Educational matters Are favourably with the association. Text books for mechanical drawing have arrived and classes Are already a aug them tie singing class making goo i Progress. The Junior department report Gratifying much interest a Viii been shown by the boys in the Paunan meetings. Of course the gymnasium popular with the boys. The Branch also utilizes the largest proportion of books taken from the Library. The committee Hope to be Able noon to add to the Supply of literature adapted to youth. The vessels in port have been visited on Sabbath mornings usual by or. Purdie. Reading matter has been left aboard the ships and also in Oahu jail. These matters come under the jurisdiction of the shipping com to e Rej of the treasurer shows the receipts for november t have Ilieen s1094 15 expenditures f 106342 a balance of 73. Tie devotional committee have be allowed practice. To interfere with their at minister Willis. Mrs. Ellis Mills pleasantly ushered into Honolulu society. The reception Given by minister and mrs. Willis to Consul general Mills and wife at the american legation yesterday afternoon was an emphatic Success. The people in general were invited and the people responded to the invitation about three Hundred attending. Mrs. Willis did the honors assisted by miss Kate Field the noted journalist miss Kate Mcgrew miss Harriet Lewis miss compiled a capful Crane Richards the misses Young miss Cora Hennighan miss von Holt miss thrum miss Ani Afong. Miss die Carter. Miss Beda Arnold miss Judd and mrs. Attended Boyd. The rooms were taste fully of the month. Four sunday even no were held at the a l and three at Oahu jail. The average at Tendance at the former we 147 Ami at the latter sixty three were held by or. Yatteau by a total of 8920 people meetings through gentleman n labors a Large number have brought to acknowledge Christ the Savior of and some have already found their Way into Church member ship the the association Are extended or Yatman with Pray for i equally Effo Iti in Hoe saudi through which he jou1 n in on his trip around the Globe. Fifteen new members have been add. 10 the y. M. C a Rolls Olive october 31st. Five men have a Tam a positions i Hough the lat Lon efforts. Or Corbette Secretary giving All his time and to i Woik ind his untiring Effort the pro motion of that whirl tends toward betterment of the youth of Hono flu Cauuet be too highly com mended i i Hinds have been full during the to few weeks n t Only with routine it the extra labors ent filled by the i tin Etive features mentioned hoop nevertheless he h found time several matter of future in i there was a Larse attendance and decorated an Especial feature being the banking of the massive mental pieces with Beautiful carnations. Mrs. Mills wore an elegant cos tume of White Satin and Point lace. Mrs. Willis was Robed in a Lovely yellow silk trimmed with violets. A Light refection was served and the affair passed off in an extremely pleasant manner much being due to the excellent tact of mrs. And her most charming a.--tant.-. Young hawaiian Institute. Regular monthly meeting last evening at Foster Hall. The Young hawaiian Institute i held their regular monthly meet Ling at Foster Hall last evening. Range several Matte Erett Forin Tance h new i the following gentlemen were exception Tojong men under con pieced o membership of the Active Leri Ilion every Effort be no rite to bring it about. It will pm Rai e to be served Between he Bourn of 12 and 2 on january 1st, and also a concert Perfo Mauce in the rank j. M. Poepoe. J. D. Crockett j. H. Harbottle j. A. Aheong and c. J. Holt. Or. W. C. Weldon was elected a member of the honorary rank. G. L Desha j. M. Kea and j. K. Veiling. Arrangements have been Ronde to end cd Ruthm Box to the y. M. C. People at the Leper feet Lement on j Prendergast were appointed a com Rio Linkai. I Mittee to investigate the standing a be Riei of lectures Are to he invent p Uris g january and next ear a part of which have been a for. The a.h8ciciation wish to Send a me unto in tie shape of i ome if product or manufacture to or. Yat nun at his in me in Phi late phia. Were instructed to notify the Institute of any illness among their members and committees will be appointed to visit them. Months. I i i or Koh Huj 8 Chamberlain pain Balm the Only tiling n a Nive Lur any rest from pm. For the Relief of pain it cannot be Many Veo of rheumatism have been cured by it. For kale at 50 Oenn per bottle i y All Benson Smith Howard Hitchcock g. W. Norton i co agents for h. I. When needed it not inn Mal fur Tai nil i to he away from Home sur a was the up Rlene d or .1 y. Chent a editor of the Nadilo ind Ter Banner when Hia Little to furl two years of nge was threat ened with n i vere attack of croup. The following he my wife insisted that i go n i i i t f r the doctor but our family nov Foers were elected for the coming we 0, town r i Ottle if chem Herlan Al cout a Rem which relieved her immediately. I will not be without it in the of cent for by All spa ers Romual meeting of the j. A. R. I the annual meeting of Georgo do Long Post grand army of the Republic was held last even ing at their Hall. Year. Post commander r j Greene c i i i ii senior ice commander i Adler Junior ice commander Richard Benson Smith co., agents for newspaper

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