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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893.-SIX PAGES.
HOT TIME IN COUNCIL
THE QUESTION OF REMOVAL
The Government About Equally Di
vided in the Matter .Trousseau
The Executive and Advisory Coun
cils had a warm and spirited meeting
yesterday over the question of removak
Attorney General W, O. Smith
opened the ball by reading the resigna
tion of Port Physician Trouiseau to the
Board of Health. This at once pre
cipitated matters and a heated debate
Cecil Brown, who has not signed
tne Annexation roll and is regarded as
having no great amount of sympathy
for the cause, objected to the removal
of Royalists in general and Dr. Trous
seau in particular. He wanted to let
things remain as they were. In this
proposal he found two ardent sup
portors in W. V. Allen, who lauded
Trousseau to the skies, and John Ena,
who opposed any removals except for
overt acts against the Government or
Henry Waleili.mse, who has always
been solid for Annexation and all that
it implies, made a ringing speech
in which he took issue with the milk
and-water policy. John Emmeluth
followed him with a stirring plea for
turning out men who are opposed to
the Govern nent which employs them
and putting in Annexationists who,
though competent, are out of work.
He urged that public safety as well as
common justice required such a course.
Acting President Hatch was favor
able to removals as fast as the interests
of the public service would permit.
Attorney General Smith spoke highly
of Dr. Trousseau as a medical man,
but left the impression in the minds of
the Councils that he would not resist
any reasonable method of reform by
changing the personnel of office.
Alexander Young did not want the
issue brought up at this time and
stated that the press was all the while
making a furore and he had begun to
wish that there was not a newspaper in
Mr. Young said further he did not
believe that any competent man could
look in vain in this country for a job.
An acrimonious debate ensued on
this point between Mr. Young and Mr.
Mr. Allen stated that if Dr. Trous
seau's resignation was accepted he
would resign from the Council, and
Mr. Emmeluth servid notice that if it
was not he would get out.
The feeling in the Council began to
run high, and the further debates
showed that the Government is
divided, about half and half, on the
On motion further consideration of
removals was deferred until the next
meeting, and in the meantime the An
nexation Club is expected to make its
sentiments known to the various mem
bers of the Council.
A ROYALIST PARADE.
A Circus Procession to the Races and
To-morrow is the twenty-third date
chosen by the Royalists as an occasion
on which ex-Queen Liliuokalani will be
restored to the throne. There seems
to be some difference of opinion on
the matter, however, as some say that
event will occur to-morrow, while John
E. Bush tells the readers of the Ka
Leo that it will not come off till after
the next steamer arrives.
Among the many rumors afloat is
one that her ex maji sty intends to
hoist her ex royal standard at some
time and place during the day not yet
fixed upon. Mrs. Dominis and! her
followers could not hit upon any better
plan of committing suicide than this,
and the hoisting ol the nag will be
anxiously awaited. it would be an
interesting event, although it might
lead to something exciting.
Another rumor is to th
effect that the ex Uueen is
tired of the seclusion of Washington
place and intends to show her ex
royal countenance to her former sub
jects to-morrow, and on that account
will attend the ex royal circus and take
part in the grand parade. If th
rumor is true, and Honolulu rumors
have attained a reputation of their
own which extends over several seas
and a few continents, Mrs. Dominis
will on this occasion only trot out
the ex royal coach ol state ana tne
eavlv caparisoned ax-royal hors -, to
the number of four.
Rumor also states, but whether
rumor is conversant with the facts and
has means of approaching the divinity
that is supposed to hedge about royalty,
and presumably ex-royalty also, un
known to common reporters, cannot be
ascertained, that Billy Cornwell will
assume the reins and guide the sacred
personage of Iter ex-majesty through
the tortuous and devious paths which
lead to Wuikiki and Kapiolani Park,
while Johnny Colburn and Sam Parker
in white silk stockings, plush breeches
and powdered hair will assume the
places behind usually occupied by
royal flunkies and f .otmen. The same
authority is also given for the report
that her ex majesty will "d the thing
up brown" to morrow and to add eclat
to the occasion and additional
safety to her own ex royal
Derson has eimaned the services of
Beteison and Crcighton as outriders
The ex royal steeds have not been ex
ercised much of late, and it is feared
that unless additional precaution be
taken that they may run away and the
ex royal lady be ignominiously dumped
into some of the Waikiki ponds. It is
not known who is to have the honor of
handling the ex royal purse on the or
casi m, or whether there is anything in
it or not, but it is safe to bet that
Jimmy Robertson will be on hand.
Whether Jimmy has had Cognisance
enough of the gang of touts and
swindlers which usually infest a race
track to protect the old lady's purse
and place her bets on the winning
horse or not remains to be seen. It is
presumed that he has not and that her
ex-royalty will return from the races
tomorrow, providing, of course, that
she gets there, much poorer th n she
went, as is said to be the custom of
royalty from the Piincc of Wales down,
It is even said that the ex-royal
wagon will be paraded round the ring
between the races, so that those who
have not reserved seats may see the
whole show, just the same as in any
other circus, and that if the parade
should turn out to be the success it is
hoped to be a grand luau and jollifica
tion will be held m the evening at Wai
kiki with Tom Cummins and Professor
I.ibornio as master of ceremonies and
floor manager. It is not known who
is to have charge ol the bar and the
Yerily, it will be a great day for the
Royalists if the above turn-out takes
JOBBERY AT THE HOTEL
THE ADMIRAL'S APARTMENTS
Quantity of Jewelry and Trinkets
Stolen While the Family Were
on the Lanai.
As is usually the case when there is
a band concert the guests of the Ha
waiian Hotel spent most of last evening
on the verandah and lanai, among them
being Admiral Skerrett and family, who
occupy a suite of rooms on the main
flo.ir. The Admiral's children use
one ot these rooms, and during the
evening it was enteied by some sneak
thief, who got away with jewelry and
trinkets to the value of about $300. In
conversation with a S iar reporter this
morning, the Admiral says the room
must have been entered between half
past six and ten o'clock, that the
thief made a clean sweep of
the articles lying on the top of the
mreau, where the children had been
in the habit of leaving their valueables.
Among the articles stolen were
necklace set in diamonds, a
small silver watch and chain, a silver
shoe horn, bracelets, rings and other
articles. I he thief even carried off a
small bottle of smelling salts, supposing
the fittings to be of silver, when they were
only nickel. The rooms of the Ad-
niral and Mrs. Skerrett were untouch
ed, the thief probably being disturbed.
The matter has been reported to the
police but no clue has been found to
the robber or robbers as yet.
THE FLAGSHIP PHILADELPHIA.
She is Due to Arrive Here in Three
Admiral Skerrett states that he ex
pects the flagship Philadelphia to arrive
here on the 20th of September. The
vessel has 4324 tons' displacement and
engines of 8815 horse power. Her
main battery contains twelve guns.
Following is a list of the cruiser's of
Captain Albeit S. Barker command
Lieutenant Commander, Leavitt C.
Lieutenants William M. Wood, Sam
uel Seabury, Alexander Snarp Jr.
Lieutenants (J. G.) Percival J. Wer
lich, William Sims.
Ensigns Chester M. Knepper, Philip
Williams, Henry J. Zeigmeier, Lucius
Naval Cadets Joseph A. Perry,
David M. Berry, John S. Doddridge,
Percy N. Ol instead, Frank B. Uuham,
Alfred A. McKethan.
P. A. Surgeon, Rand P. Crandall,
Edward S. Bogert Jr.
Assistant Surgeon, Middleton S.
Paymaster George E. Hendee.
Chief Eegineer, Isaac K. McNary.
P. A. Engineer, William N Little.
Assistant Engineers, Frank H. Co
nant, Urban T. Holmes.
Engineer Cadet, Frank 1) Read.
Chaplain, Charles H. Parks.
First Lieutenant of Marines, Thomas
Acting Gunner, Henry A. Eilers.
Carpenter, Frank S. Shcppard.
A Valuable Tree.
On Commissioner Marsden's table
may be seen some seed pods of the
Barringtouia UCUtUMguld, a fine shade
and limber tree, a number of which
have been planted in the Government
nurseries. The Barringtonia grows to
a height of fifty feet, and sometimes
attains a diameter of two feet. 'The
timber is of a fine grain, very hard and
suitable for furniture and veneering
purposes. 'The tree is a native of the
South Sea islands, where it is used for
making canoes. The seed pods exude
a poisonous juice which is used by the
islanders to stupefy fish.
Discharged From the Service.
The inquiry into the recent affair in
which Mrs. T. B Walker claimed to
have been insulted by some of the
members f Captain ieglers c ompany
has resulted in the dismissal of First
Sergeant Strom and (he reducing of
Coiporal King to the ranks.
JOCKEY CLUB MEETING
Official Program of Events of the Tenth
Annuil Meeting at Kapiolani
The tenth annual meeting of the
Hawaiian Jockey Club comes off to
morrow t Kapiolani park, with a
program of seven events, as follows :
Firat Race Ex-Queen's Punt. Run
ning Race ; y mile dash ; for Hawaiian-bred
horses. Entries : Queen
I,, and Amarino, by Robert lijllantinc ;
Little One, by C W. Mai farlane.
Second Race - Honolulu Purse,
$100. Trotting and Pacing ; mile
heats ; best two in three to harness ;
Hawaiian bred horses. Entries: Fred
Mac, by C. W. Macfsrlane ; Minnie,
and WaiktpU Maid, by W. H. Corn
well. Third Race Match Race. Run
ning Race ; 1 mile dash between
Duke Spencer, owned by W. H. Rick
ard, and Lord Brock, owned by W. II.
Fourth Race President Hawaiian
Jockey Club Cup, $75 added. 'Trot
ting and Pacing ; mile heats ; best
three in five to harness. Free for all.
Entries: Gerstcr, by 'Tom Hollinger ;
Lot Slocum, by Lihaina Stables ;
Johnny Hayward, by W. H. Cornwell.
Tilth race Kalakaua cup, $75
added. One-mile dash for Hawaiian
bred horses owned by members of the
club. Cup to become the property of
the one winning it twice. Won by
W. II. Cornwell in 1887 with Poni
Moi, by F R, Miles, in 1888 with
Wonder by .. S. Spalding in
1890 with Wilhelmine, by John
A. Cummins in 1891 with Yum
Yum, and by H. Focke in 1892
with Senator Stanford. Entries: Am
arino, by Robert Ballantine; Leilehua,
by W. H. Rickard, and Billy C, by
W. H. Cornwell.
Sixth race Kapiolani Park. Purse,
$ioo. Trotting and pacing; mile heats;
three minute class; best two in three to
harness. Free for all. Entries : Linda
W, by A. G01 dwin; Fred Mac, by C.
W. Macfarlane, and Aupuni, by La
Seventh race Oceanic Steamship
Company's Cup, $75 added. Running
race, three-quarter mile dash. Free for
ill. Entries: Leilehua and Duke
Spencer, by Mr. Rickard; Billy C. and
l,ord lirock, by . IL Cornwall.
The races will commence at 1 :3c)
P. M., and will be run under the Ha
waiian Jockey Club Rules. 'The fol
lowing are the officers of the course:
Judges S. N. Huntly, S. I. Shaw and
Paul R. Isenberg, Jr. 'Timekeepers
H. Focke and I. Marsder. Starters
C. B. Wilson and Dr. W. T. Monsarrat.
Clerk of the course T. P. Cummins.
Saddling Paddock A. N. Tripp,
The officers of the Association are:
President, It. A. Widemannj Vice
President, J. A. Cummins; Secretary,
C. O. Benrer; Treasurer. las. G.
Spencer. Executive Committee, A. J.
Cartwright, W. II. Rickard and, J. M.
THE PRESIDENT'S SEND-OFF.
He Leaves for Hawaii Amid Saluting
Guns and Music.
President Dale took the steamer
Kinau for Hawaii this afternoon, upon
which island he will make a short stay
for rest and recreation. Many promi
nent officials and citizens went to the
wharl to see him off. Besides these, a
detachment of police and Herr Berger's
band lent eclilt to the scene.
As tin: President left bis carriage the
band played the Provisional Govern
ment march. There was no speech
making but everybody shook hands
with the honored executive and wished
him a good time.
When the Kinau moved away from
the wharf the President stood bare
headed while the band made the air
vibrate with patriotic melodies and the
guns of the Boston thundered a Presi
Another Conspiracy Case.
'The timed District Judge Robert
son has been taken up to day with the
examination of 1). Watson, L. Watson
J. Watson, who are charged with con
spiracy in procuring the arrest and con
viction, upon a charge of the unlawful
possession of opium, of Ah Fook on
July 20th in the Distric t Court of
Kaneohe, Koolaupoko. At noon the
examination was continued until 3 P. M
Back From the Country.
Chief-Justice Judd has returned
from his outing at Kualoa in excellent
health and vigor. He and his fain
ily h ive been living on the other side
of the island 111 a secluded valley which
the Judge owns. Vcsterday they began
their return, spending the night with
Judge Kaluhl and making the distance
irom Kahuku I'oint to Honolulu in
carriages and on. horseback.
Hard Times in Australia.
From a letter received by the Warri
moo, the following, in relation to the
prevailing hard times in Australia, is
" The unparalled depression 'n Aus
traua nas nan a aisasirous enect upon
numberless families who have hitherto
enjoyed a superabundance of the
w rld's goods. Pott's point, Sydney
and looraa, Melb. ume, are no Ion
the si enes ol wealth and festivity. The
tremendous fall in securities and stocks
and the general collapse in trade am
values ii-.e pauperised many erst
while affluent families. People wh
once dwelt ill mansions and the lap of
luxury now, in many cases, tind it dif
ficult to exist incctiages. Numberless
people arc absent from their city homes,
and are living in modes! retirement in
the country. 'Thousands were pained
to-day on reading 1 f the dire distress
of a former maym ol Merrif kvillc,
Sydney. Heavy losses reduced him to
penury, ar.d at the age of 80 he was
sent to prison for non payment of rates
to the municipality ovei whi h he once
FIRE DEPARTMENT MATTERS.
Meeting; of the Board of Fire Commis
sioners Last Night.
1 ne isoaro 01 l ire iommissioiieis
met last night at the Bell ToWtrfor the
purpose of transferring the control of
the apparatus and department affairs to
the new Chief, Jann-s H.Hunt. The
ceremony was performed by Andrew
Brown, chairman of the Board. SOfllS
discussion then took place about the
appointment of a first assistant, but the
board adjourned witlmut any action,
'The new Chief his put the chemical
engine into commission in place of
steam engine No. 2, on account of the
prevailing scarcity of water. This was
done last year for about three months,
from the same cause
The Chinese Theatre.
The sale of the lease at the Chinese
theatre properly took place to day and
brought $260 per month. It formerly
brought $30. Under the terms of the
present lease the government can ter
minate it at any time upon 30 days'
notice. The store adjoining the theatre
which was included in the old lease
will be rented separately and at auction.
Wong Chong got the theatre lease.
Our New Market.
Some idea of the value of the new
Vancouver line of steamers to these
islands may be gathered from the fact
that the Warriinoo look away 3488
bunches of bananas, 1S56 pineapples,
60 cases of honey, and other island
produce of the value of $8107 22.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Hotel street is being regraded.
'Tlu re was a police drill this after
noon, Captain 1'arker in cou.niand.
Schussler, the irrepressible, was fined
$2 and costs to-day for being drunk.
The Warrimoo took eighteen cabin
and nine steerage passengers from this
It is reported that James H. Boyd
will resign from the Board of Fire
'The bark Velocity.'which sailed f r
Hongkong yesterday, took away
Pastor Isenberg will preach in Ger
man on Sunday next at 1 1 A. h. in the
hall of the V. M. C. A.
In the case of H. Kealoha, charged
with assault and battery, a nolle frost'
(jtii has been entered in the District
Messrs. Carter & l atter, the well-
nown attorneys-at law, have moved
into their elegant in w 'Hues m the
afe Deposit building
Harry X. Austin has been appointed
an agent to take acknowledgments to
labor contracts in the district 1 f Kawai
hau, island of Kauai.
'The Hawaiian Band played at the
parture of the tCinau for Hawaii this
fternoon, in honor of President Dole
who was a passenger
Judge Kobertson was engaged in
civil business at the afternoon session
f the District Court. There were
nineteen cases on his civil calendar.
'The full text of the Act appropria
ting an addition il sum lor assistant
uards under the Bureau ol Customs
ppears in our By Authority column.
The horses attached to the carriage
which took President Dole to the
wharf became frightened at the music
and started to run away but were
aught in time.
On Saturday, September 30th, the
tenancy at will of the store on King
street adjoining the Chinese theatre
Will be "old by the Minister of the In
terior, at public au. lion.
A larc number of pineapple plants
weie received by the Warrimoo from
Sydney. Ihey were examined this
morning by Commissioner M uraden
and found to lie in good condition.
OIF NEW YORK
Assets $5,879,208 00
Net Snip us 2.2C1:, uSi. 00
When Rates are
Equal, Get the
Best Ski URiit
WILDER A CO.,
L. H. DEE,
Between Fort and Bethel Streets
FLOTSAM AM) JKTSAM.
PARTH ENOPE AND ALEXANDER
Steamer Kinau for the Volcano Warri
moo to Victoria Lack of Ves
sels in Port.
The British bark Parthenope and the
American barkentine Alexander Ml
Neill both sailed out of the port this
alltriioon in ballast, the forme 1 for
Astoria and the latter for Pugel Sound
1 ne I'ailhenopr: has had a tlilliiult
time holding her sailors as many of
them tried to desert here.
The departure of two sailing vessels
this afternoon makes the harbor look
quile deserted. There has not been a
period when there was as few vessels
111 11 it as at present.
The latest reports from the Wauna-
nalo say thai she is lying in quiei
water near Mokuleia and awaiting a
tow to this port.
The Kinau left for the Volcano and
usual windward route of Hawaii this
afternoon She had an unusually lame
list of passengers.
The schooner Ka Moi left for the
Hamakua coast this morning With a
good cargo of general freight.
The sti amship Warrimoo left about
ten o'clock last night with a big cargo
for Victoria and the Northwest.
A quiet day along the city front, the
pilots playing pedro and the Customs
guaids talking politics.
The yacht Helene is out on a cruise
to leeward, under Commander Fred
The bark S. C. Allen is loading
sugar at (he O. R. and L wharf.
The bark Albert is loading sugar at
Diamond Hkah. : ao
haay. Wind light, N. E,
FatDAV, September I.
s s Warrimoo, Arthur, for Vancouver. B. C
stuir Kinau, Clarke, for Moui and Hawaii.
m lik Alex McN'iel, for 1'uijet Suuml.
Hr sh I'arilienone, Ileal, for Astoria.
hr Ka Moi lot Hamakua.
DKI'AK I I'RES.
I'm Vancouver, II. C, per CASS Warri
11100, Aug n O Kot iwcl . ( A Peacock
mil wile, Tlios RcwctSStle anil wife, lohn
Winter, J Urown, T W Harvey, Miss Carrie
-tie, nirs ti i 1 astlt and child. Chaa Gav.
Mrs lluchholt?, Lieut C Feilke. R N William,
ml wife, Thos N l)atte, II M Whitney, H
Palmer, y Portuguese and 32 passengers in
For Maui and Hawaii, per Mmr Kinau,
pt I Foi Ihe Volcano: W I Toon. W I
Caesar, Foi Way pons: Mrs E Kaanawai
and child, Miss Marearct Powers. Harriet F
oarj and child, Rev V. S Timoteo, Mis
Ihrnw. M . kf ii-ii- , je I - . . 1 , M'i -
Annie Rose, Mis, Belts Weight. I)r Asrtnn, K
Flohr, W I Smith, Mrs L Spencer, Misses
Dunn, Mrs Sadler and child. Airs Parish, K S
S egi, Miss II Hitchcock, and a number on
fVm bk S C Allen, Thompson, foi San I ran
Cisco, SuihI.iy, Sept j.
Per Velocity J 434 bags bottles, 4b pkgs
lass, 492 bags bottles, 37 pkgs junk by Ki
hong, 1K0 cases wine by Vick Sing, 1174 bags
Ottles b) Chan Hoy, 481 bags bottles by A E
'ooke, 235 pkgs old horse shoes and iron by
EXPORTS AND CONSIGNORS
Por Vancouver, B. C, iht Warrfanooi im
pineapples by J Kidwelli .17 briitinei and 424
crates Iuikui.is, J40 p nvappli s ;mi f,j lai-s
potatoes by Pearl City Fruit Coj 441 bunches
lananas. 1 200 pine;ipiik-s, 8 bass cocoanuts bv
1 ifo Lycurgusj so kegs molasses by C Itrewt-r
: Co; 20 cases honey liy K WTordanj 911
craies lananas by T VV Harvev. 24 cases mdse
iy I I' Murphy 1 20S bunches ami 222 crates
iy Chas Wilcox; 40 cases honey liy T Kew
tastle) 7 cases curios liy T (i Thrum; 5S l.aKs
pool by Bishop & Cat 761 crates anil 474
lunches bananas by Campbell. Marshall . Co,
domestic value, $8,107.22: value transhipped,
VESSELS IN RORT.
naval vassal a.
U S S Boston, Pay, San I'rancisco.
U S S Adams, Nelson, San Krancisco
MRBCIIAM 1 MBit.
Hawn schr Liliu, Hitchfieldi laluit, S S I.
Vin lik Alex McN'iel, Sonnan, Ileparture Hay.
Am lik Allien, Griffiths, s.m Krancisco,
m hark Allien liesse, f reeze, Sar. Fran.
Am lik Discovery, McNeil, San Fran.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Am schr Alice I 'ooke, Puet Sound
Am hk Detroit, Departure Hay
Am bRl J I' Spnckels, S F (Kali) .
Am lp,l I, inline, San F (llilo)
Am nkt S (. Wilder, Ban Fran ....
Am hark Harvester, S P (llilo). . . .
Am bkt Irmanl, Laysan Islam). . . .
lau Simr Aikoki Maru, Yokohama,
Am hk Amelia, Pugel Sound Due
Am hkt W II Dimond, Ptigct Sonml . .Sept I
Am lik t eylon. Isan francisco Sept 10
Am likt ri.witcr, ran r rancisco Sept 13
Am m to Robert Levers, Paget Bound.Sep! is
L h s 11 1 i.hIcI plna, sail f ran
Pi sh Co of Merioneth, Newcastle.
Am I ik I Wrestler, Newcastle
Gel lik I 1 Pluger, Hren en
Gei bk Paul Isenberg, Liverpool
Am bk Manha Davis, Boston
tier bk Nauiiius, Liverpool
. . Oct 1
. .Oct g
. Oat 15
. Dee 5
. Dec IS
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enqinbs sli.ak Mills, BoiLsaa
Cooi.EKs. laON, IlKASS, AND LtAli
Ms Inner) of I'.very DesCrlptiotl Ma.le t
Order. Pnf ticuiAl nttrnlion paid to Ship
lllacksiiiilhint;. Job work executed at Short
Fort Street. - opposite Wilder Sr. Co
II. J, NOLTE, I'kopkii i. k
Post class Lunches Served Willi Tr . t'ollr
Sotla Water, UttjfM Ah. or Mk.
IV Smokers' Requiaites a Specialty, us
Ousn Iruru 1 a.m. till to . m.
foreign mail service
Sleaniships will leave for and arrive from
San PraflCtten 'n the following dales, till the
cldtc of 19.$ :
f ki il I Inv ii 11 10
San Kkam i-i 0.
Au-tralia .... St pt 1 3
Mariposa .... Sep' 21
Oceanic 8p( 25
Miowcra (Van) Oct 2
Australia b 1 14
Monowal Oci 10
t rim San I v i-i o
Australia . . .. Bept 0
China Sept lg
Wsrrlmooi Van)8p 2 1
Alameda .... Sept 21
Australia (Jet 7
Oceanic (let 17
Mariposa Oct 26
Miowcia(Van) del 21
Australia Nov 4
Monowal .... Nov 23
Warri rn 001 VoINovei
China Nov 28
Australia Dec a
Alameda I tr, 14
Warriuiool VanlX ' 1
China Nov 6
Australia Not 11
Maun da Nov in
M lowers (Van) Dec 2
Oceanic I ec 4
Australia Dec 9
Mai Iposa .... I Ice . 14
Warrimoo i Van) Ian I
Miowera anIDec 21
Oceanic Dec 26
Australia .... Dec SO
. . an 2
Jan 0 I
Ian II 1
.Ken 12 I
. .fib I
Aus rail a . .
Oceanic 1 . .
Alain, la .
Warr imi" an) Jali2l
hina , . . 1
Oceanic . .
, ., Feb 6
. . Feb 15
. . . Feb 24
. . March 6
China . . ...Mai tfl
. Mai 31
... Apr 5
. ..May 3
,. luly 21
. .July 2(1
. .Aug 18
. March 24
Mariposa . . Man h 12
. May Id
April I 7
.May t g
. June 7
I une 10
China . . . . .
Alameda . .
Marip sa . .
Australia . .
Aug 1 1
Australia . .
Monowal .... sept 20
Manp. sa. . . . Sept 27
Australia Oct (
Monow ai f Vl
Ily the Government Survey. liMi-lml every Mfttkda
Jo joa. to.uo. 74
r .0. 14 jo.06 jj
27 yj.12 v..'5 71
aj jo. 10 30.no 71
'4 30.09 30.06 74
35 30. 1 5 30.07 72
84 0.03 51
83 0.01 5J
83 0.06 67
84 0.06 47
TIDES, SUN AND MOON
By C J, Lyons.
pin. pin. am.
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iiiiu time, w in- h 1- th. simm
A fter .1 11 no
TH A 1 Xs
10 SWA MILL.
eave Honolulu S:45 1 :-!5
aVC I earl t ily 0:30 2:30
rrive Ewa Mill. .
TO HONOI DLU.
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cave Fw.-i Mill . .
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Arrive 1 ioiioluln . .
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A FINE JAPANESE STEAMER
Due here first week
if next month, directly
patched for the afaovs
(ram Japan, u ill lie tie
poit on or about
13th September, 1893,
instead ofCulara, a- hHiiu rly Advertised.
Pol fruij"lil and MIMgC pleMOApply to
K. OGURA & CO.
I JO-to Agents
402 ami 404 Fort St.
t lit ippTNl l is , s BKi it i.ms,
MOUS AND R T I RAM,
l Aki i.M i.u roots, '
WIRE CLOTH AND NKTTINO, tri
I i) 6 tf
mm Hardware I'd
jlclu tibct tiscnictit3.
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Herr Pastor Is'nberj; wird am Sonntag
Men 3, September, ormiitaRs II Uhr in der
V. M. ( . A. Hall prcdigen.
A FINE NAPHTHA LAUNCH.
For partfi ire ol
JAMES B. CASTLE,
1 25 1 10 lolli . tor ( Icneral ot t iistoms,
Typewriting, Engrossing, Draughting.
I t. M. M 1ST.
Is prepared to tndertake any business in the
above named lines. Office with Mr. K. A.
Jones; enlrance Merchant Sireet. tf
I Iis Resumed Practice
ITo. 49 Borc'ania St.
OFFICE HOURS 1 8 too a.m.. i to e.v..
: 8 to 9 A.M.,
and 7 to S r.M.
hones No. 33O.
1 1 1 -tf
CASTLE a CO KE
1 .1 1 1 : AND 1 1 a 1
-AllK.N I t FOR
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
Life Insurance Co
OF llO.s'D iN.
JETXA IXSURAXCE CO.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
We are Still Importing
Among other things the
i.irk" G. X. Wilcox" brought
is the following:
Hubbuck's Genuine, No.
I and No. ;i White Lead, in 25,
jo oi ik trn i.,.,ri.
Hubbuck's White Zinc?
Red Lead, pale boiled and raw-
Oil. Stockholm and Coal 'J ar.
in barrels or drums. Castile
Soap, Shot. BB to No. 10,
Punched Horse Shoes. S.il
Soda, tralv'd Anchors. Brush
Door Mats, flexible steel and
ironWire Rope, Seine Twine
I larns I larncs-s Liquid, 1 la
& Martin Blacking, galvanized
buckets and 1 uls, Chain, llk.
and tralv d 1 . to S s: L'aK 'd
Sheet Iron, No. 1G to '2G;
finned Wire, Cooper Wire.
10 to 20, black ami yaWd
Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 ami 6,
Hint: Mottled Soaii, Anvils,
70 to '200 lbs- Blacksmith's
V ises, all si!es; a large assint.
of Bar Iron, kegs Dry Vene
tian Keil, ellow ( )chre. 'aris
Yellow, Burnt Umhre. lit.
Blue, Paris Green, Metalic
Also, received ex Australia,
2000 asst'd Elect. Lamps,
I lose, Butcher Knives, Carv
ers, Carriage (doss Paint Sul!
pnur DeilOWS, .Scissors, hhoe,
Paint and rarnish Bnishes;
Buckles, Picture Cord, Furni
ture Nails, Tape Measures,
Jennings Bits, Vale Padlocks,
Oilers, galv'd Swivels. White
Shellac, Gold Leal, Leather
Washers, and at last our line
assmt. of Wostenholm Pocket
Knives and Razors has got
We were almost out of those
fine swing Razor Strops, but
have a new lot this steamer.
We have a fall line of Elec
trical Goods, and can wire
houses for Electric Lights on
short notice. Now is the time
to leave your order for wiring,
as in a lew months the current
tin- tights can be furnished and
ls... - !ll ... If 1 .
men cvciyunc win want lijnts
at once, and those w hose hous
es are w ired w ill of course get
HALL & SON.
ORT X: Kim,
IS OtCAl VAKIt.lY Al I UK
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