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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 29, 1890.
0AHU RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
THE HAWAII RETURNS.
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TO TAKE EFFECT JULY
Leave Honolulu 8:45
Arrive Honculiali 10:05
Leave Honouliuli 10:35
Arrive Honolulu n:55
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR.
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Thur...!31 2.40 1.20 7.00 9.00 6.33 6.39 5.12
Vri.... 1 3.40 2.00 8.00,10.00 5.33i 6.39; 7.55
Sat 2 4.40 3.00! 9.00,11.00 5.34 6.38 8.
Wan.... 3 6.10 4.00,' 10.00,12.00 5.34 6.38j .25
Tho whittle of the Honolulu Bteam Planing
Mill Ishlown daily by electric aignal from the
Survey office precisely at Honolulu mean noon.
It aounda again at 28 ml n. 33 aeo. past 1 o'clock
p. tu. of Honolulu mean time, to correspond
with 12b. Oni. Oa. as given by chrcnometera set
for Greenwich mean time. Thl last ia especi
ally for the benefit of mariner? and jewelera.
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Mo:day, July 28.
Sehr Mary from Kauai.
:Stmr Hawaii from the L;per Settlement,
Monday. July 23.
Btnir Likelike. Davies. for Maui.
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koo
lan. lik Lady Lam pson for San Francisco.
VKSSKLS LEAVING TO-DAY.
S 8 Farallon for San Francisco and San
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai.
Stmr Mikahala, Campbell, for Kauai.
Slmr Waialeale, Chaney, for Kauai.
Stmr Kaala, Lane, for Waianae.Waialua
Stmr J as Makee, Macauley.tor.Kapaa.
VKSSKLS IN POUT.
31 B M S Acorn, Pollard, from a cruise.
tT S S Charleston, Uemey, from San Fran.
U8S Nipsic, McCurley, Hilo.
BkOohir, Newcastle, NSW
Schr Robt Lewers, Penhallow. S Francisco.
S Farrallon, Ronnifield, San Diego.
Uk Adonis, liraue, Rremen.
S S Australia, Iloudlette, San Francisco.
Vessels. Where from. Dae.
lllc I lsenhers . . Liverpool
Uk Faust New York
8chr V Fj Sanders. Puget Sound
Bk Harvester Delaware
"Br ship IUengfell.... Liverpool
Uk lhrker London
Bk Martha Davi?.. Boston
Ship Ecuador Newcastle
JStmr Claudius (ilasgow
U M S Mariposa. . San Francisco. .Aug
Bkt Irmgard San Francisco..
Uk Albert San Francisco..
;Schr Wenona Newcastle
The schooner Mary brought from Kauai,
July 2Mh, 547 bags Migar and 33G bags of
Hie Kietttier Farallon is at the wharf at
the foot of Fort street. She sails for San
Francisco direct at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
SUPREME COURT JULY TERM.
ilK. JUSTICE DOLE PRESIDING.
Monday, July 28.
Tho King vs. Thos. Dunlap and
Thos. Tilday. Violating section 1
chapter 70 laws of 18SS, by import
ing opium. . Appeal from tho Police
Court Honolulu. Deputy Attorney
General Creighton for the Crown,
Paul Neumann and A. Rosa for tho
defendants. Tried before the fol
lowing jury: H. J. Nolte, S. I. Shaw,
W. L. Hopper, F. Schlesinger, W.
TL Aldrich. H. ltenjes, S. lloth, A.
Li. Smith. T.J. King, P. Muhlendorf,
A. H. Raseman and J.Bertram. A
verdict of not guilty was returned.
Tho Kinsr vs. Lui. Murder. Sen
tenced to be hung tho first Wednes
day in November next.
The Kinsr vs.Ito Itpu et al. Riot
Prosecution enters a nolle prosi-qui
The Kin? vs. M. J. Freitas. Libel.
Defendant being arraigned pleads
not euiltv. A. Rosa for defendant
AT CHAMBERS BEFORE JUDD, C. J.
In re estate Emma Kaleleonalani
AanMRoA. testate. Petition of A. J
Cartwrieht, trustee, to sell real es
Continued till Tuesday Aug
inst 5th. Cecil Brown for petitioner
In re bankruptcy of Dong Fat
IPetition of long On Jan & Uo. cred
itora for adjudication. Partly heard
.Tirl continued. Paul Neumann for
Monday, J uly 28.
Ten drunks had to contribute the
usual amount to the Treasury
Eleven natives charged with having
opium in possession and seven Chi
nes for gaming were remanded to a
is wanted by a man
The German Consul requires in
formation of certain persons men1
Hon. G. W. Merrill, late U. S.
Minister Resident, is practising law
in San Francisco.
Mr. Paul It. I.senberg desires us to
state that he will not sing at the
Opera House this evening.
Claims against the Hawaii Com
mercial Company should be pre
sented at once to J. F. Colburn.
Messrs. H. Hackfeld &. Co. offer a
Fowler'a steam plough complete for
sale, to arrive in a few days from
Chief Justice Jndd will give his
decision this morning in the matter
of tho contested will of the late J.
The S. S. Oceanic is to call here
about September 11th on her way
from San Francisco to Yokohama
It is said that Mr. John Crowder
will assume the duties of Port Sur
veyor August 1st. The nmv deputy
is not yet named.
Tho name of Mr. La Nux, whose
death was announced yesterday, was
incorrectly printed. It should have
been Pierre C. A. De La Nux.
Misa Gracie Hopkins, who plays
'Little Lord Fauntleroy," is said to
be a most wonderfully.gif ted child.
Go and see her Wednesday evening.
Tho Legislative Assembly was
opened yesterday morning at 10
o'clock with prayer by the chaplain.
The House then adjourned for tho
The Hawaiian Band gave an excel
lent concert at Emma square last
evening. It plays at Thomas square
this evening. Programme else
where. Seats for the performances of
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" "Wednes
day and Thursday evenings are sell
ing rapidly at Mr. L. J. Levey's
oftice where the box plan is.
This evening Harry 13. Bell will
benefit at the Opera House when
will be presented a double bill, the
comedy "Withered Leaves" and the
farce "Our Family Help." Several
amateurs will assist.
The S. S. Farallon will sail at 3
o'clock this afternoon for San Fran
cisco. The mail closes at tho Post
office at 2 oclock. The steamer may
arrive in San Francisco a few hours
before the Australia.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoffnung will
arrive J'rom the Colonies on the next
mail steamer en route to England.
On June 14th they gave an elegant
water picnic in honor of tho famous
comedian Mr. J. L. Toole.
The ship Harvester left Delaware
March 24th with 907 tons of coal,
and another vessel is on the way
with 1000 tons, both consigned to
the TJ. S. Consulate General. The
coal is for the U. S. naval vessels.
Lui. the New Hebridean who was
found guilty of the murder of Chas.
Hiram, was up in the Supreme Court
Monday morning for sentence. Mr.
Justice Dole sentenced tho prisoner
to be hung the first Wednesday in
Some very handsome and fine-
toned pianos have been just added
to the music department of tho Ha
waiian News Company. Among
them are the celebrated Fischer so
much sought after in this country
Call in at the store, examine and try
The large new steel British sailing
ship Falkland lately arrived at New
York from Calcutta on her maiden
voyage. She is a monster four
masted vessel, and brought a cargo
of 5G0O tons, consisting of jute, salt
peter, cutch and indigo. After dis
charging the Falkland will load
120,000 cases, or 1,200,000 gallons, of
refiued petroleum for Calcutta.
The new bark Albert, wnicn was
recently built by Hall Brothers at
Port Blakeley for the George 1
Smith Line, running from San Fran
cisco to Honolulu, left there on the
15th inst. with a cargo of lumber for
San Francisco, where she will receive
her interior fittings. Her gross ton
nage is G82. Captain J. M. C. Wind
ing, who is part owner, will command
the new craft.
Rumors reached Marshal Hopkins
yesterday afternoon that a number
men-of-war's men belonging to the
Charleston had threatened that they
would "do-np" the Honolulu police
force. An extra guard was placed
at the Station House and the Mar
shal notified the Charleston. Only
fourteen men were ashore last even
ing from the latter vessel.
The Auckland Herald says: The
Zealandia is on her last trip to New
Zealand and Australia, and will be
replaced by her sister vessel, the
Australia, which has recently been
running in the Hawaiian mail ser
vice. The Australia has been under
going a thorough overhaul and re
fitting, and will begin her new
service to all intents and purposes a
new vessel, while it is expected that
the improvements being effected in
her machinery will give her a speed
of seventeen knots.
U3ed to horses.
lh oiimtlttrf t Iuetis;ate at the
I. r M-ttluint Complete their
Labor A l'leaant Trip.
The steamer Hawaii returned to
port last evening almt half -past 9
o'clock, having on boaid the Legisla
tive Committee appointed to investi
gate at the leper hettlement. The
steamer left Honolulu Sunday night
at C o'clock, and arrived off tho set
tlement, after a rather rough trip,
about 4 o'clock Monday morning.
The party had breakfast and went
ashore at daylight, being received by
Mr. T. E. Evans, the soperintendent,
and others. The committee went on
with their work of investigation and
the medical men on board spent the
time in inspection. A number of the
party took lanch with Mr. Evans.
At 4:30 o'clock, Monday afternoon,
the Hawaii left the settlement, arriv
ing in Honolulu as stated above.
Medical Inspector Woods of the
U. S. Flagship Charleston was one
of the party and in a brief conversa
tion with an Advertiser representa
tive after landing, stated that he had
enjoyed tho trip very much. He
visited tho settlement fourteen years
ago, but tho improvements made
since then are really wonderful. The
peoplo at the settlement, said Dr.
Woods, are treated in the most gen
erous manner and should have
nothing whatever to complain of.
He expressed himself as greatly sur
prised and more than pleased
with the present excellent con
dition of the settlement.
Such remarks as the above coming
from so distinguished a source, are
very gratifying, and should satisfy
everyone that the Government is
taking good care of the unfortunate
people at the leper settlement.
Mr. Henry Edwards, the actor now
in Honolulu, received the following
testimonial, signed by tho members
of his company on his departure
To Henry Edwards, Esq. Hon
ored Sir: As you are about to take
your departure from this country, we,
the members of tho late " Little
Lord Fauntleroy Company," with
whom you have been connected, can
not let this opportunity pass with
out expressing our deep regret in
having to bid farewell to one whose
charming association we have so
much eDjoyed during your short so-
ourn amongst us. lour universal
dndness, your manly course in ad
ministrating the arduous duties you
have been entrusted with, have won
our hearts and sympathies so com
pletely that wo realise we are bid
ding farewell to a dear and loving
friend. In this instance " parting is
not sweet sorrow," but we have the
consoling reflection that our loss will
be others' gain, for we feel assured
that wherever you may be, under
whatever circumstances you may bo
placed, you can but secure the re
spect and honor of ail who may have
the proud privilege of associating
with you. lie. assured you leave be
hind you many hearts hlled with tho
deepest regret at your departure, but
full of hope that your future may be
a glorious reflex of your past.
Public Moonlight Concert.
The Band will play this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is the programme:
1. Overture Jolly Students Suppe.
Waltz Laura JUUlocker.
Clarionet Solo Leaves Carl.
Selection Lucrecia Borgia ...Donizetti.
Mikioi. Puu Ohulu. lliki no me A'u.
5. Selection The Bohemian Girl. . . . Balfe.
6. Ballad The Last Watch Pinsuti.
7. Mazurka Margaret .Luschwitz.
Dance L horolistha bcott.
I NFOHMAT10N AS TO THE WHERE-
J- abouts of
AUGUST SHU BE,
H. H. UABINOW1TZ,
FRANZ PIOUTKOWSKY, alias Franz
Frank, By the
IMPERIAL GERMAN CONSULATE.
Honolulu, July 2(3, 1S90. 2t-lt 1331-2t
ITUATION BY A MAN ACCUSTOM
ed to care of Horses, with seven years
experience in driving horses. Will assist
in other work, if required. Address " F "
at the Advertiser office. 24-4t
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Hawaii Commercial Co.,
otherwise known as the Hai Kalepa Ha
waii, will please present them at once to
the undersigned at his office.
JOHN F. COLBURN.
Honolulu. July 29. 1890. 2i-4t
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAII
aii Islands. At Chambers.
In the matter of the Bankruptcy of
ARTHUR JOHNSTONE of Honolulu,
Oahu. Before Mr. Justice McCclly.
Order on Petition of Bankrupt for Dis
charge from his debts.
Upon reading and filing the petition of
Arthur Johnstone of Honolulu, Oahu,
alleging that more than six months have
elapsed since he was adjudicated a Bank
rupt and praying for a discharge from all
It is ordered that THURSDAY, the 7th
day of August. A. D., 1SW, at 10 a. m. of
that day at the Court Room in Aliiolani
Hale. Honolulu , be and is hereby ap
pointed the time and place for hearing of
said petition when and where all creditors
who have proved their claims against sai l
Bankrupt may appear and show cause if
any they have, why the prayer of said
Bankrupt should not be granted ;
And it is further ordered that notice be
given by advertisement in the Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser published in said
Honolulu, for two weeks, ot the time and
place of such hearing and that the Clerk
of the Supreme Court mail notices of the
time and place of such hearing to all cred
itors of said Bankrupt who have proved
By the Court. J. H. REIST,
Dated at Honolulu, July 21, 18ft.
11 O Y A I
Hawaiian Opera House
CONNERS A BELL, : Lessees.
HARRY BELL : Stage Director.
W. DEXTER : : Properties.
E. E. MAYHEW : MachimaL
On Tuesday Evening, July 29th,
(Under Oar Own Management )
Grand Testimonial Benefit tendered to Mr.
HARRY B. BELL, on which occasion
will be presented the strongest bill
of the season. The following
MR. W. II. HOOG8,
ZVII2. W. KOIIKI1TS.
A Grand Double Bill The Beautiful Com
edy, " WITHERED LEAVES,"
And the Laughable Farce,
44 Our Family Help."
MR. WM. LESLIE
The Celebrated Aeronaut will introduce
his world-renowned Act,
The Invisible "Wire.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT !
The Management respectfully state that
they have been enabled to secure at great
expense, the principal members oT the
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY CO.
Who were en route for San Francisco, but
at the earnest desire of many leading citi
zens, have arranged to give two perform
ances of this truly great play, under the
patronage and in the presence of
His Majesty the King,
Wednesday and Thursday Evenings,
July 30th and 31st.
MISS GRACIE IIOrKINS,
The Greatest Lord Fauntleroy in the
MISS ETHEL WINTHROP,
The Most Celebrated Mrs. Errol, '
MR. HENRY EDWARDS,
The Earl of Dorincourt,
Whose performance of this part has met
wfth the most distinguished admiration
throughout Australia, will appear in their
original characters, supported by the
LEADING MEMBERS OF THE
Tivoli Gaiety Company
plan now open at L. J -
WILL GIVE A-
On Saturday, August 2d
:50 and 7
leave Honolulu Depot at
'. ., returning from the
Grove at 10 p. m. and midnight;
Detachments of the Hawaiian Band
will go on both Trains and the full Band
will play at the Grove.
gjgJTickets for the round trip, in
To be had of the Committee and at the
Oahu Railway Depot. 21-td
Election of Officers.
4 T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
aL Stockholders of the Hanalei Sugar Mill
Company, held this day, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing year:
Chas. Koelling President
J. N. S. Williams Vice-President
J. O. Carter Secretary
P. C. Jones, Treasurer
J. O. Carter Auditor
J. O. CARTER,
Sec'y Hanalei Sugar Mill Co.
Honolulu, July 21, 1S00. 18-lm
Dr. Day's Office
TILL BK CLOSED
to August 4, 1890.
FROM JULY 22
Grand Mooiglit Picnic !
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
B. F. Dillisgiiam, Pres. J. G. Spencer, Manager. F. L. Wister, Treas.
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps, Library Lamps,
Hall Lamrs, and Chandeliers,
A NEW LIKE OF
A Full Line of the Favorite
Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Chests.
DISSTON'S SAWS ASD FILES; NKW LINES OF LOCKS, AND
Shelf Hardware, !Ktc,
Planet Jr. Cultivators.
For San Francisco s San Diesovia Hilo
The New Al Stnr
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco and
San Diego via Hilo,
On Tuesday, July QOth.
y For Freight and Passage, apply to
LIVINGSTON & CLARKE, Agts.,
Office Fort St.. over A. L. Smith's.
Paid monthly to the
California Mutual Benefit Society!
OT San Franoinoo, Otl
Secures to you indemnity for loss of time
caused by Accident
ia an amount ranging from to $25 per
week, according to the hazard of occupa
tion, and in case of Sickness
$10 per week. A funeral bentnt of $75 is
paid in case of Death.
9 Dues are $1 per month. No Assess
ments. Representatives wanted in every
town and city to whom liberal compensa
tion will be paid. Correspondence solicited.
Address California Mutual Benefit So
CIETY. MfRPUV BriLlUNO. S. F. 22-lw
LAND FOR SALE.
A PIECE OF LAND SITUATE
at Kalihi Waena, District of
Kona, Island of Oahu, lying
along north side of Kalihi stream, on Ka
mehameha street, makai of G. Markham's
residence, about half a mile from King St.
This is a suitable piece of land for resi
dence, having wooden houses thereon, and
also kalo land adjoining, containing an
area of Zi acres.
9Further particulars can be had of
S. M. Kaaukai, over Bishop's Bank.
J. H. BENITO GURKERO.
Honolulu, J une 2t, 1890. 151 1329-1 m
MRS. EVA M. JOHNSON,
Studio No. 27 Alakea Street,
(Formerly of New York),
Would inform the public of Honolulu that
she is prepared to till orders in Pastel,
Water Colors, Oil, India Ink and
Crayon Portraits, Etc.
X9Samples can be seen at Studio and
at Hamilton House Parlors. 7-3m
J. R. MARM0NT,
Boilers Inspected, Tested and Repaired.
WILL GIVE ESTIMATES FOR
new Boilers, Tanks, Pipes, Smoke
stacks, Flumes, Bridges, and general Sheet
Iron Work. Good references furnished,
and all work guaranted. -
VAddress P. O. Box .479, Honolulu,
H. I. . 139 1327-3m
, , , v - - i
A REWARD OF $75 DOLLARS WILL
be paid for information leading to
the arrest and conviction of the party or
parties who broke off the steel pickets
from the fence in front of the residence of
C. H. Atherton, Beretania street. Apply
at this office. 4-tf
TO THE LADIES !
MRS. LACK WOULD BEG TO IN
form the Ladies of Honolulu and
Tourists who are desirous of purchasing
nice Mother Hubbard Wrappers, to call at
her Fancy Department, el J?ort street,
where will be found ready made ones, and
measurement taken for orders. Terms
moderate, please give us a call. 16-Gt .
piv.n that we ar
i:ih ainraiH:H in
ottering the Heat )
TrmM in lite World. V.
TUis Celebrated Appli-
mice has been extensive
'sold for manv rears and baa
Radical lr Cured Iboaa-tf I
and ofrnnri of Knpture! This is an ft I
Eleetrie Trout (the only successful oDe'cV
ever invented); has no Iron Hoops or Steel v
Snrincra hnnti'. anri lxMnir plltMiic. can be Wom
with ease and comfort Xightand Ia.r. It's ape r
fect retainer I a-tor further particulars pi
TruM. oend 4c. in stain rm for Pamphlet So. I and
nCIlCMDCD that Dr. Pierce's ilenaine Electric
II C 111 LlllD Lll Trasses contain our Hrlvate Hig-
nntnre nx&rtlv like that shown at top Of till
advertisement. Beware of inferier imitations
Address: TRUSS COMPANY.
704 Sarramrnlo St., Kan Francisco, Cal.
LATEST I INT
from the Factory.
HARDWARE CO.. Ld..
Fort and Merchant Streets.
E. R. 11 KtRY, President and Manager. Jomk Kk. Vice-President.
Godfrey Brown, Secretary A Treasurer. Ck.il Broj, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opp. Spredels' Biai, V " Fort Street, Honolulu,
Importer ml Iilra in General
HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY
Genuine HaviUiid China, plain nd decorated; Wedsewood
Ware; Piano, Library and Stand Lamps,
Chandeliers and Eleetoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds ; a complete assortment of Prills and Files ;
di tXTi'rnv o
l LmuAlluii mil
Tie "Gazelle" 3-w heeled Riding Flow and Equaliser, Bluebeard Kice Plow,
Planters' Steel and Goosenecked Hoes.
OILS: Lard, Cylinder, Kerosene, Linseed.
PAINTS. VARNISHES and BRUSHES, MANILA and SISAL HOPE.
HANDLES OK ALL KINDS;
HOSE: Rubber, Wire-bound of superior quality, and Steam.
Agate Iron Ware' Silver Plated Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot and Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges .
'New Process" Hope, " New Process " Twist Drills,
Gate City Stone Filters, NeaPs Carriage Paints,
Hartman's Steel-wire Fence and Steel-wire Mat,
Wm. G . Fisher's Wrought Steel Kanges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die FtoeW
100-ly for Pipe and Bolt Threading
CLIMAX BAKING POWDER
40 Cents a lb. only Try one Can and you will always use it.
SPECIAL KATES TO JOBBE11S.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
90-Gm , Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Only Steam Soda Works in the
Ginger Ale, Plain, Sweet and Cream Soda,
CHAMPAGNE CIDER, SARSAPAR1L1.A,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC.
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF BAILEY'S SARSAFARILLA AND IRON WATER.
Factory: 3STo. '23 Nuuanu St.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 800; BELL. 072.
D. T. BATTRY.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
SMOKEKS ! ATTENTION!
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A. Groocl Cigar
TO THE FACT THAT THEY HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
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Those in search of a pleasant smoke will do well to inspect this lot
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The Weekly Gazette' and Daily Advertiser
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