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TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1898. SIX PAGES.
WHERE THE MONEY GOES
THAT IS PAID OUT BY
Heads of Bureaus and Clerks with Fat
Salaries, and Copyists at $25
A very good idea of the am unt of
money piid monthly to Govern
ment officials may be gathered
by a perusal -of the following article.
Although the facts and figures from
which it has been ninde tip were pre
pared s tne weeks since there has been
so little chsngfj either in the nurrhcr
Of employees or the amount of salary
paid them that the total result would
scarcely be affected if the Computation
hail been made t 1 d y. The Pro
visional (1 vernment has two model of
baying its eni) Hyees monthly and
weekly. The first C mprises within its
list he uls of depart nentS and bureai s,
hief clerks with fat salaries, and minor
imes with decidedly limited onts, and
rboss employment justifies the pay
MM ol a regular salary. The second
is composed almost entirely of laborers
whose services ate required only for
particular works and for stated periods,
and whose necessities require weekly
payments. The following represents
the labor of many days, but it will not
only be interesting but valuable for
future reference should the expense of
any department or bureau be wished
or even the Salary ol any i-arliculnr
clerk. As the monthly salaries are by
far the largest, they come first.
Department 1 1 (foreign Affairs S
13. Dole, minister, $400; George C
Potter, secretary, $208 33; W. H
Wright, clerk, $ 1 50; Ed. Stiles, clerk,
$125; Leonard H.'rt, clerk, $50, and
one messenger at $50 total, $983 33
Department of Finance S. M
1). nnn, minister, $400; George C.
Ross, auditor-general, $400; George
H. Smithies, registrar, $250; Carl lde
mann, clerk, $125, and one messenger
at $50 total, $1225.
Tax Bureau Jonathan Shaw, asses
sor first division, $208 33; C. H.
Dickey, assessor second divisn n,
$191 67; H. C. Austin, assessor third
division, $208 33, and J. K. Farley for
fourth division, $166 67 total, $775-
In addditlon to the above the assessor
of the first division is allowed a clerk
at Hanaia at $62 50. For deputy as
lesson and collectors an appropriation
is made in a lump sum of $43,000 for
two years, or $1791 "7 per month
The deputies are paid by commissions
on their collections, which, in advanci
can only be estimated. Four-fifths of
this amount goes to Haw.iiians.
Bureau of Customs J. B. Castle,
collector general, $250; F.B. McStocker
deputy, $208 33 ; Captain A. Fuller,
harbor master, $20833; M. N. Sanders,
port surveyor, $150; G. C. Stratemeyer
store-keeper, $166 67 ; E. Langley,
assistant, $83 33 ; four clerks, one ai
$125, and the others at $100, and
bookkeeper at $125. The collectors at
Kabului and Hilo tir.iw $125 each, and
at Mahukona $60. The port surveyors
( f Kahulul and Hilo $83 33 Th
keeper of the kerosene warehouse, $75,
and thrse pih ts $200 each. The ad
ditional expenses of the Customs
Bureau are five guards at $80, two
warehouse assistants at $9, and four
boatmen at $43 87. The appropriation
f r auards has been recently increased
by the Councils to the extent of $2800
The Postal Bureau nays out in
salaries $ 1 635 per month, as follows
J. M. Oat, postmaster-general, $250
I. G. Ruthwell. secretary, $m ; E. H
VVodehouse. Savings bank clerk, $150
John D. II ilt, assistant, $100; F. B
Oat, money order clerk, $150; R. A
Dexter, assistant, $75; L. 1. Renack
general delivery cliik, $1 2i ; S. L Ki
kumano, assistant, $70; Nartta, Japanese
assistant, $40 ; G. L Desha, registry
clerk, $125 ; F. 1 1. Haley, parcel
post, $70 ; three assistant clerks, one
at $90, and the others at $70, and one
clerk and mail carrier at $75.
Attorney - General's Department -
This is quite an ixtensive one, th
monthly pay roli aggn gating $4468 33
divided as follows: yv. o. Smith, At
torney-General, $400; G. R. Wilder
deputy. $250; E. G, Hitchcock, Mar
hit. $2?o ; Arthur Brown, deputy
$1 ;o; H. M. Dow, Marshal's clerk
$150; Kanepu, second clerk, $40
James A. Lowe, nler, $125; one
deputy iailer ,.t $100: two clerks at
$60, and one court officer at $90
Attached to this department are one
hack inspector, one prison physician
and one translator and copyist at $100
per month e ch. Sheriff Cmllingworth
of Maui receives $187 so, G H. VVll
liams 1 f Hawaii, $208 33, and S. W
Wilcox of Kauai, $150. 'I be tw
former are allowed a clerk each at $50
atid the latter one at $25. There art
twenty three deputy slu riffs scattered
over the Islands dr.rwi. g nionthl)
salaries of $100 down to $47 50. The
Attornev-General is also allowed a clerk
Surveyor - General's Department
Thisc. sis Sioio per month, viz.: W. D
Alexander. Surveyor General, $250
C. I. Lyons, deputy, $200: F. S
Dodge, as-istant $200; W E. Wall, $100
two assistants at $too, o le at $70, one
at $so and a messenger at $40.
Governmi nt Band The musicians
receive $60 per month, but their num
ber varies. Bandmaster Berger receives
a salary of $j;o monthly.
Bureau of Conveyances It costs
$641; monthly to run this nnpoitant
bureau. T. G. Thrum, registrar, re
ceives $208 33, his principal deputy
$166 67 and live Copyist! receive an
averaue of $.54.
Bureau of Irnminrstii n -There are
but two officials connected with this
department. G. C Nacayama, as in-
pector of Japanese immigrants, draws
$250, and Wray Taylor as secretary
Interior Department---!. A. Ring,
minister, receives $400; J. A. Hassin
ger, chief clerk, $250; J. H. Boyd,
issistant, $200; M. R. Reohokalole,
assistant, $140, J. S. Aholo, assistant,
110; four other clerks, $75 each, and
two omen $50 each, the uovern-
ment steam tug and the keepers of the
lighthouses are also included in thi'.
department, the expense aggregating
$2346 50 monthly, the captain and
ngineer of the tug receiving $125 and
$150 respectively, eighteen other era
ployees bung paid salaries ranging
from $75 to $5, the latter munificent
salary being paid to the keeper of the
lighthouse at Waialna.
Board of Health- The monthly pay
rolls of this department run up to
$427150, divided among eighty six
m ployees, the salaries ranging from
$300 down to $4. Dr. Goto, the
ipanese specialist at the leper settle
ment, pockets $300 monthly ; 1 Jr.
Oliver, the resident physician, conn s
next with $2so; R. W. Meyer, agent.
I). W. Hutchinson, superintend
ent, $100. Charles Wilcox, secretary
of the Board of Health, receives $150
per month ; C. B. Reynolds, agent,
$175; G. W. C. Jones, inspector,
$125 ; Sam K11, officer, $80, and one
messenger, $50 There are eighteen
district physicians connected with this
lepartment who receive salaries ranging
from $175 in Honolulu to $50 in Ro
hala and W aianae. 1 he Rona physi-
ian receives $125, Waialua, $110,
most of the others ranging between
$90 and $60. The garbage service is
also placed under this department,
L. Lapierre, the manager, receiving
$125, one overseer $40, and five driveis
and helpers at $30. Under this head
are a number of other officials, such as
the dispenser of the Honolulu dispen-
ary with $75 per month, nurses, as
sistants, sisters and sister s maid, the
latter being paid $5. Thirty-two minor
employees at the leper settlement are
so included at salaries ranging from
$35 10 $5 an(1 even $4-
Judiciary Department 'The highest
paid official in the Government service
Chief Justice Judd, who receives
$500 per month; Justices Bickerton
nd Frear re paid $416 67 each; the
hief clerk, Henry Smith, $250; F.
W'underberg, first deputy, $166 67;
George Lucas, second deputy, $t?o;
Walter Jones, stenographer, $200; W.
Wilcox, Hawaiian interpreter, $250;
Lee Chong, Chinese interpreter, $150;
A. 1 hompson, clerk of the police
court, $100. Judges W. A. Whiting
nd H. E. Cooper draw $333 33 each,
while the Circuit Judges of Maui, Ha
waii and Rauai are content wiih $250.
tS, R. Lilikalani, a copyist, in the Su
preme Court office, draws $25 a month,
while two messengers arc paid $50
ach. A number of other employees
receive from $83 33 down to $50.
I he I) strict Judges are also paid from
this department. Judge Foster receives
$208 33; W. H. Daniels, of Wailuku,
$100; G. W. A. Hapai, of Hilo, $125;
and a number of others from $91 67 to
Board of Education Secretary W.
. Smith receives $200 for his monthly
services, while lnspector-ueneral At
kinson is satisfied with $250. Two
clerks in the office draw $121; and $7s
respectively, and five truant officers at
$50, $40, $25 and $15. 'Two hundred
,oid fifty school teachers draw between
them $12,592 50 monthly, while twenty
three school agents draw from $29 16
Bureau of Public Works Superin
tendent Kowell, $250; one assistant at
$150, one clerk at $100, one superin
tendent in charge of wharves, $130,1
ne inspector of electric light system, i
$175, one superintendent of Volcano
road, $200, and an average of over
thirty laboreis at salaries ranging from
$90 to $28 60.
Fire Department Chief Engineer
Hunt, $175 ; one foreman at $tco, two
engineers at $120 and twenty-two other
mph yees at from $75 to $20. I otal,
$1465 per month.
Bureau of Water Works Superm
tendent Brown, $208 33 ; Albert Lucas,
clerk, $125; Charles Winchester, fore
man, $1151 E. D. Crane, inspector, $91,
and six others from $50 to $25.
Bureau of Forestry J. Marsden,
commissioner, $150 ; one gardener at
$85 ; a forester at $75, and eight
laborers at $15.
Insane Asylum A McWayne, med
ical superintendent, $10 ; W.11. Auld,
s jperintendent, $125, and twenty other
employees at salaries ranging from $40
to $16 total, $871 monthly.
Tour hundred and forty dollars per
month is required to pay fifteen turn
keys and prison guards at the Oahu
jail ; one receiving $65, one $40, one
$35, and the rest $25.
hor incidental salaries paid in con
nection with the Interior Department
for salaries not included in the above
items, such as $50 each for the clerk
of registration, veterinary surgeon and
guard of the Government house and
other minor officials $267 50 monthly
For the care of Palace and grounds
a superintendent at $100' and cighi
laborers at $20 are n quired.
'The following pensions are being
paid: Queen Dowager Kapiolani,
$166 67; Mrs. Barnard, $25; Mrs.
Simeona, $16 C7; and Mrs. Raulua,
For the Executive and Advisoiy
Councils the pay rolls provide for a
secretary at $125 and a stenographer
Five prison lunas draw from $75 to
$50 per month, aggregating $305.
'There are about thirty cantoniers in
the employment of the Road Board
at WW kly wages ol $6 90, and two
lunas at $13 84 and $ 1 53 Tout
teeners, cleiks, carpenter, blacksmith,
engineer of steam roller and other em -
ployees at from $18 to $7 50 make an
add tionai weekly expense of $143 70
In the Kamoiluli gang there are
between fifty and sixty employees, at
salaries tanging from $2t to $6 90,
and aggregating about $575 weekly,
besides one locomotive engineer, an
assistant and two laborers employed in
transporting stone, the wages of the
last four amounting to $45 weekly In
addition, a number ol laborers arc em
ployed in the quarrying gang and on
sundry roads, the total i xpinses for
road work being in the neighborhood
of $750 weekly.
THURSTON AND HIS BIG SHOW
Some Interesting Comments by an An
We have received the follow ing letter
from one of the best known Annex
ationists on these Islands :
Editor Star I 1 notice that Minister
Thurston, between running his yelo
rama at the World's Fair and looking
for a new site for it on the Coast, has
but little time in which to watch Ha
waiian matters at Washington, I do
not say that his dutits are neglected on
MCOUnt of private business, inasmuch
as Professi r Alexander and Mr. Hast
ings are at the American capital and
are doing the best they can. Still,
win n President Cleveland or Mr.
Grt sham wants to confer about Ha
waiian matters with our accredited
Minister, he might not like to be
shunied off to Mr. Thurston's assistant
or to his clerk. Is it not well to have
a Minister who can stay at the seat of
Government and give his whole time to
the matters committed to his charge?
If 1 were Thurston I would resign
and save the Hawaiian legation from
the sneer that it has become the annex
a traveling show. That done and
who could do it more gracefully than
my old friend Lorrin ? the way would
be clear for the Government to send to
Washington the one nun for the post ;
the man who is a diplomat by namr. ;
the man whose personality would win
instant respect from the President,
Cabinet, Congress and diplomatic
corps ; the man whom Spreckels, Mo
reno and the rest could make no heatl
way against ; the man who would be a
living refutation of the Nordboffian lie
that the revolution of January 17th was
the woik ol soulless adventurers. 'To
whom can I refer but Sanford B. Dole I
He is the man of all men cool,
cautious, suave, spotless, wise and
courageous. We need him every hour
Here, where the work is that of hold
ing on and keeping the wheels of ad
ministration running, Mr. Hatch is as
good a man as the situation needs.
Besides, if trouble should come he
1 iiulrj Jill the defensive billet to a nicety.
Mr. Dole needs a change for his
health. Mr. 'Thurston must find two
j lis too many for his available time.
Can't these conditions be so reconciled
as to give 'Thurston to his show and
Dole to diplomacy?
I am not alone in asking these ques
tions. 'They are beginning to be heard
all over town. JUDEX.
SPIRITED YACHT RACE
Three Marine Flyers Out for a Sunday
A very spirited yacht race took place
yesterday between the yachts Bonnie
Dundee, Hawaii and Helene. The
course was from the yachts' moorings
to Pearl Harbor and return. 'Those
on board the Bonnie Dundee were E.
O. White, H. Gunn, J. A. Wilder and
C. R. Simkins. Aboard the Hawaii
were C. Crosier, A. W. Carter, Alex
Lyle, W. Armstrong and A. Wilder;
while the Helene carried Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Whiting, and several ladies and
children. The yachts got away nearly
together, at ah tut 9 o'clock, and after
keeping each other very close company
to the mouth of the Pearl Haiborchan
nel, sailed in in the following order:
the Helene first, Bonnie Dundee sec
ond, and Hawaii last. Some very
pretty manuvertng was done at the
mouth of the channel, which resulted
in the Helene astonishing the others,
thereby scoring a victory. After a
lunch and a few hours' rest in the
beautiful herb) 1, the homeward run
was begun, which resulted in favor of
the Bonnie Dundee. The Helene
met with a slight accident jnst off
Kalihe entrance, where her steel bob
stay was carried away, and to this her
captain attributes his defeat. 'The
yachts arrived in the harbor at J o'clock,
after having spent a most enjoyable
day on the water.
POLICE COURT MATTERS
A Heavy Calendar at This Morning's
A long list of petty cases made up
the Police Court calendar this morning,
IS is usual on M- ndays.
Palaile was found guilty of malicious
injury in destroying some property
belonging to Hee Kun, and was fined
$5 and costs.
'Ten drunks were next disposed of at
$2 each and $1 costs.
Six Japanese, arie-st-d for playing
cards in a l'ensacola street house on
Saturday night, were found guilty and
assessed $10 each and costs.
Wing Hoy . nd Ah Jim pleaded
guilty to gambling with dominoes and
were fined $10 each.
J. Inch w s also assessed $10 for an
assault and battery committed on
J ilia Lulia on Saturday night.
END OF THE NORDHOFF LEGEND
Total Failure of a Conspiracy Against
'The lattSt news from Honolulu
br iugl t by the steamer which arrived
at San l unciseo on August 12 shows
ih it the Provisional Government is in
excellent financial condition, and that
the people 1 f all the islands are paying
their tuxes readily m spite of the
1 prophecies of Mr. Chailes Noidhoff.
! There could be no surer proof of the
confidence of the Hawaiian Islands in
1 1 lie- Tr. visional Government than the
j solid financial standing which it has
I already attained. The hopes and in-
trigues of the royalists were very largely
' limn, and it is not surprising to
notice that there has been "a great
abatemtnt in the hopeful expressions
of the royalists since the departure bf
Nordhoff and Spreckels."
Mr. Spreckels seems to have set to
work to make public opinion just as he
Would make sugar, and his California!)
tin nd. ir. Nordln ff, has been useful
to him in that business, but the USI ful
ness is past now. Mr. Spre, kels nd
Mr. Nordhoff tried to manufacture in
Hawaii the opinion that the United
States are Opposed to annexation, and
in the United States the opinion that
Hawaii is opposed to annexation.
'The experiment failed. Hawaii
knows that the United States cannot
and will not be a party to th ri It n
tion of monarchy in Hawaii, and the
United States know the actual situation
in Hawaii. Mr. Charles Nordhoff has
shown an unfortunate propensity fol
Spreckels, and Spreckels has shown his
usual propensity for the interests ol
Spreckels. 'This singular pair form the
chief support of Hawaiian royalty.
A 1 ork bun.
SPRECKELS VS. MACFARLANE.
The Supreme Court Has Rendered Its
In the case of Clans Spreckels,
plaintiff, vs. George VV. Macfarlanr,
defendant, the Supreme Court has
handed down a decision embodying
the following law points; M made a
promissory note to B. Co,, and as
security assigned certain certificates ol
Stl ck by endorsement in blank and
executed an irrevocable power of at
torney authorizing the transfer of the
certificates to other persons Held, that
the transaction was a pledge and not a
chattel mortgage, and that the securities
followed the debt into the hands of the
holder. At the time of the assign
ment a memorandum was made upon
the stub of the stock book of the (Join
pviy that the certificates had been duly
assigned by M. to li & Co. as col
lateral security. Held, that the assign
ment was good between the parties,
and that M. could not inquire into the
validity of the subsequent assignments
of the certificates The decision is
written by Judge Cooper, who sat in
place of Justice Frear, who was dis
qualified by reason of having acted as
attorney in the case.
A Bankruptcy Case
A number of the creditors of Mrs.
Frances M. Nichol of the Boston
Lunch Parlors have petitioned to have
her adjudged bankrupt. 'The follow
ing claims were filed this Morning:
G. W. Lincoln, $155 65 ; John Nott,
$19 51 ; G nsalves c; Co., $21 50;
i. F. Ehlers & Co., $9 07 ; Frank
Hustace & Co., $12; Theodore H.
Davies & Co., $221 76, and Henry
Davis & Co., $194 10. Henry Davis
has been appointed assignee.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Bishop Willis and wife have gone to
H. P. Baldwin and
One case of desertion and one of
petty larceny was booked at the IV lice
Station this morning.
Judge Ri bertson has civil business
on h md for this afternoon's session of
the District Court.
A house and lot at Sea View is off red
for sale in our advertising columns to
day by Charles T. Gulick.
W. A. Kinney and bride are at the
Arlington. 'They arrived on the Iwa
Prof. Frein, who' succeeded Trot.
Woods at Oahu College, will train the
college football team this term.
Postmaster Gtneral Oat has gone to
Molokai to inquire into official affaiis
in connection with his department.
'The baseball game on Saturday last
between the Healani and Myrt'e clubs
resulted in a victory for the former by
a score of 1 1 to 7.
Judging from the number ol" arrivals
and departures noted in our shipping
Column inter island tfaBic must be un
Three Chinese were brought in at
P. M. from l'alolo valley for smoking
opium, and two others were arrested in
town this morning,
An elegant crayon portrait of l'resi
dent Dole is on txhibition in a dosrn
town store window. It is from William's
gallery and is a specimen of the ariistic
work of Charles (i )od
A boxing contest between an etn
ployee of the Australia and a blue
jacket from the Boston for a ptnse ol
$75 was won by the lormer in two
ro'inds. Marks fractured his arm and
refused to box any longer.
Col. laukia brought back a quantity
of seeds of the sandal tree fr ni Ha
waii and Commissioner Marsden will
hive them planted Sandalwood is
one of our most valuable trees, but Utile
of it is left in the islands now.
J. li. Atherton ltd the praise service
at the . M. C. A. hall last evening.
Mr. Hosier, the diiver of the ice
wagon who was injured last Fiid-y, is
Dr, Beckwith resumed lis duties as
pastor of the Central Union Church
yesterday, officiating at b. th seivices
Illness of Dr Foote.
Dr, fo.te, who has been ailing far
some weeks past, has taken a turn for
the worse He was lemoved 10 the
hospital on Saturday, but his recovery
is said to be extremely doubtful.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
Schnoncr Goes Ashore Near the
Ligh. house and Gets Safety Off
Ah tut 4 A. m., yesterday as the Kail
ikeaoull was passing the lighthouse in
ward bound, the swell caused by an
Island steamer, which was passing,
landed the scho ner on a sand bar,
where she remaintd till the tug Flee
got up sufficient steam to take her ofi
about 8 o'clock. The schooner is dis
charging he! cargo of ohia railroad tic's,
at the O. R. ft L. (Jo's dock, having
Suffered no injury in going on the sand
The steamer Iwalani is booked to
sail to morrow at s i- M . , for her usual
rts, and the C. R. Bishop, will leave
at the s me hour. The steamer lames
Makee, will sail at 4 P. It., on her usual
trip to Rapaa, and ti e Kaala sails at 9
A. M. on her regular trip to windward.
The Hags on the sl ipping along the
waterfront yesterday were conspicuous
by then almost entire absence, as aside
fr in th se displayed by the Boston and
ams, the bark Aldcn BtSSC and ihe
schooner Alice Cooke were the only
vessels pi poll flying any colors.
The bark Albeit is lying alongside
the Iwa.ani at the Inter Island dock.
receiving 1500 bags of the lalters' car
go of sugar. 'The balance of the sugai
goes to the Australia.
Much annoyance is c-xprisseel by
some of tbC Officers of the vessels III
port, at the number of serenading felines
infesting the ieinber piles and Wharves
along the water front.
The barkentinc Lurline arrived at
Hilo on the 3 inst., alter making the
run from San Francisco in ICffj days.
'The steamer Kimaa will sail at 2 P.
II, to-morrow for 1 ahaina, and the
other usual way ports.
'The C. R. Bishop is discharging
1600 bags of Waianas sugar into the
bark A lde 11 Besse.
The steamer Claudine and Mukolii
will sail on their usual runs at 5 p. at,
to 1111, now.
MONDAY, BEPTEMBER 11.
Diamond Head, 3 r. m, W
ha?) . Wind light, N. t.
Sunday, September ic
Slmr Claudine, Davtes, from Maui.
Mini Iwalani, l-'w-cmaii, Iruni Kauai.
Sunday, Septembet 10.
Stun Hawaii, Cameron, lot iMulokni.
UonUay, September it.
Slmr Mokoliii atcQrqpw, lur Mulukai, Maui
A Rill VA1.S.
From circuit of Oahu, per stmrt" K Bisbop,
Sepl i) Mrs Aniens and children, Mr- I F
Scott. Mrs T I hillips, Rev S L llesha and 11
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Sept 10
11 1' Ui.iiwin and family, Miss Al s.u.der.
Miss Smithies, W A Kinney and bride, Mis.,
Cireen, Mr and Mrs w Goodacrc, It Bailey,
Miss llaihy, Paul Neumann, ' W Ashtord, 1
L Kanlukou, J A Maroon, ; K Wilder, Mis,
Gamut, Ralph Wilcox, .visscs Wilcox (2), 1.
Zuinwalt, Mi Oidenkerf, and 54 on deck.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Sept 10 W
lieers. Miss A Beers, Mis- L Williams, Mrs
N McKentie, F Wittroek, Mr Phiferand wife.
Miss L losua, 1) Dart, Miss Duncan, Mis,
liabcock, Miss Snow. Miss Atkinson, Miss 1.
Cockctt, A Sichett, I' A Anderson, Miss Julia
BngUsbi Mrs J Kslaoia, Master Giles (a)j Rev
J 1' Kalis, M Chilton, Mrs Kalawaianui and
daughter, J Richardson and 2 sons, Master
Aluii, V. It Bal ay, C Kaiser, A Cock barn, A
Vount'. Mr Charlock, F (i Snow, li F Mcln
lyre, W Hume and yi on deck.
For Leper Settlement, Molokai, per slmr
Hawaii, Sept 10 His Fx J A King, 1 1 is Ex
W O Siiulh, C B Reynolds, Bmmeluth, J F
Brown. Rt Rev Bishop Willis, J M Oat, L
Stiles, Rt Rev Rishop PanopbUSi Mr Sharp,
for Msui and Hawaii,
Sum KinsUa Clarks
lo-inorrotv at 2 p.m.
stmr Claudine, DavieS, tor Maui, to-morrow
al s P in.
Am lik Albeit. Grifilht, for San rrajiciseo,
Mond a, Sept 1S.
Am bk Allien Bessti Friis, foi San Francisco,
cdnesd.iy, Sepl 20.
IMPORTS AND CONSIGNEES.
Kx Claudine: roo sacks laro, 171 sacks
1111, 104 sacks potalot,, 43 hides, 92 pieces
sa. 23 hhls poi, 51 head cattle, 25 nil's, 117
Fn Iwalani: - 2550 bag! usjas.
Fx C K liishop: 164 has sugar, 360 hay
ee ai d 60 pkgb sundries.
Fx James Makee: 2je) hay, p.ddy.
Fx Hawaii: SOOObagl sugar and 45 head
Fx Mokolii: 100 sheep, 10 calves, 50 bap.
taro, 40 hides, and 5000 skuiet,
VESSELS IN PORT.
N A V A I VEssM.S.
U S S lto, ton, Day, San Francisco.
U S Adams, hlcisim, San Franci'.co
Ml II kN I MK.N.
Hasra schi Liliu, Hiuhlicld, Jaluil, S S I.
Am bk Albert, tirdlilhs, San I rancisco,
Am baik Alden lie, e, Friis, San Frail,
Am lik Discovery, McNeill Sant-'ian.
Am schr .-l!i,c I )ke, I'euliatlow, PlHSSt sYd
SS AlMtfslia, Hoadlette, San Francisco,
Am bgi trmgardi Smith, Laysaa Island.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED
Am bk Detroit, Departure Hay Due
Am hut J D BpreckeU, s (Kah) Due
Am bkl S G Wilder, San Fran .'. Due
Am bark Harvester, s F (Hilo). Dae
Jap S.nir Aikoku Maui, Yokohama, .. I 'm
Am bki w h Dinsendi San Paw.'... , .Pea
Am bk Ceylon, BfSj Francisco Due
Am bki Planter, Ban Francisco Sepl 1 j
Am arhl kob.n Lew ts. Pugel S, nind. Sept 15
I SS Philadelphia. Cal'.ao Sept 20
Ur sh 1 oof M, rloneth, N . eedc .Oct i
Am bkl WiistWr, Newcastle Oct 5
Ger bk J C Finger, lUe-.i en Oct 15
Ger bk Paul tenberg, Liverpool . . .Nov 15
Am bk Martha Davis, Boston Dec 5
Ger bk Nautilus, Liverpool Dec 2
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamships Will leave for anil arrive from
San Fr.iiiri.scn on the following dales, till the
close of 1894 :
I rom HoNoi t i r ro
S N I HAM IsCO.
Australia .... Scjil 1)
Mariposa. . , Sept 21
Oceanic. . ..Si pt 25
Miowcra 1 Vdh) i let 1
Australia Oct 14
Monowai Oct 19
W.-rrirrool Vai,)No I
Chin!! Nov 6
Australia Nov II
Alnnicda Nov 16
I-kom Sav I 'm ISCO
China Sept iq
n srnmooy nn)M) 2
Awmtda ... Sept 2M
Australia Wet 7
Oceanic Oct 17
Mariposa Oct 20
MiowcrnlYan) Oct 21
A Ntflra!a .... Nov 4
Monowai .... Nov 23
M towers (Van) Dee 2
Oceanic I ec 4
Austialia Dec 9
Mariposa .... Dec. 14
WerrimoG (Vaa)Jan 1 1
City 1'ekins Ian 2
Australia Dec 2
Alameda Dec 14
Mloa 1 ra(Van)Dee j'
( lu anic Dec 26
Australia. ... Dec 10
Australia ..... Jan 0
Monowai an II
Oceanic ttb 12
Australia Feb 3
Alameda Feb h
A- stralia Mar 3
Mariposa. M.-ir K
W .irrimoo(Van) an2l
Mariposa . . Jan i1
Australia Jan J7
China Kch ft
Monowai Feb i s
Australia Feb 24
Occanii" March 6
China Mar 26 i Alameda
Australia ...Mat ,J Australia..
Monowai Apr 5 Mariposa.
Australia Apt aS Australia..
Alameda May J MonoWSi. .
I iaelfc May 14 China
Australia , ...May 2(1 Australia .
Mariposa , ...Ma) Jl Alameda..
Australia. . . .June 2 3 Australia..
Monowai ...June 2S Marip sa..
Australia u'y 21 Australia.
Alameda. ...July ad Monowai
Australia. Aug IN . Australia..
Mariposa Wig 23 ' Alameda..
Australia. ... Sept 15 Australia..
Monowai .... Sept 20 Mariposa..
Monowai . .
. Apr 21
.. June 7
. Ann 1 1
. . Sept 27
. . Oct 0
By tin- I jovcrnirem Survey. Puhlisheil every Mon-la
iiarom. 1 iiekmm
? Q s si
: a c l f I
3 S. a 3
5 ' '
Sim . . .7 30.07 30.03 71
Man . iZ jo 08 30.04 60
l ues . 39 io. 1 1 30.07 6i
W cd . KO 30. 14 B oa 73
Phu. 31 30.1630.09 74
1 0 . . . 1 30. 16 30.06 74
Sat a ;o. 13 30.04 71 (
?5 0.03 5
84 0.06 6;
14 s.oo 57 s
4 o.ol 63 4
84 0.00 63 38
83 0.03 63 8-3
Bi 0.08 80 8-3
TIDES, SUN AND MOON
Uv C I- Lvons.
pin. pm. am. am.
4 0.1 jilt, o: 4.1 7.15 5.44 6.13
5 0.45I 5.45 8. o 544 6.1a
6 1.40 3. o 7. o B. 30 5.45 6. it
7 2.40 a-4n 9.15 7-a.o $ 45
8 .110 3 is 9-5 8.50 5.45 6. 9
9 3-30 3-3" 0-45 9-105:456. P
Sun 10 4.15 3.45 iQ-35 10.15 5-46 6 7 6-ai
New moon mi the Dili, at A. :13m i.m.
Time wniMli: lit wt .it lh. Mm. 'Ms r. m. of Hone
lulu t nie, which is ihe vime as l;h. DoL 's. ol ( irr M
House and Lot
SEA TlE W.
House contains 4 large rooms, lining
Room, Cook House, llath and Dressing
Rooms. Also House in rear 12x20 ft. Size
of Lot 200 fi front hy 300 ft deep.
14-' i CHAR. T. GULICK,
IT IS EASY
tut decidedly of more value
have Your Work sm-uk
We base our claim upon the
actual Results obtained in tin
past, in the correction of all
visual defects, no matter how
e grind lenses specially
needed for complicated cases,
insuring an absolute fit.
Is this of any value to you,
or do you prefer buying yout
Glasses at Kaphazara, not
knowing if they help or injnre
Would you give your eye
sight for all you possi ss ? Not
if you know it. Then giv.
them proper care while y i
have them; and when you feel
they nCed attention, always
H. F. WICHMAN
517 Fort Sin 1 1.
CHAS. F PETERSON
Typewriter, ConTeyanoei antl
OfflCC 'Vtr UUhnp's RMtki
M H. LOHEIDE,
Sign & Ornamental Peainter
BELL TELEPHONE 157
All Orders Promptly Attended
C. R. COLLINS,
Practical Harness Maker
Saddler and Carriage
Rspsiis In ilic show tsnsMssss, MwcisMy.
it CtMigss MnsWsiii
PtfMOSi kittytlM nive-n In all work.
42 lying M NfSJI t" Murray's SWRSSSSJ ,hop
Spec i,i i fUilircG.
LOST . Gold Hunting Case Watch,
Tiffany maker; case engraved with initials
"C. k. S." Finder will he suitahly rewarded
by returning Watch M Mr. Hugh Gunn,
at Fgan A CannV 142 tf
W 1. late Driver, Clerk,
Williams. Address this 1
Post Office, Honolulu.
Hy Arthur O.
etc. with C. E.
dice or General
Specimens of the Artistic Work of
Charles Good, -he newly arrived artist in
crayon week, art now on exhibit ;on at Williams'
Art and Photographic GaDeS OA Fort Street.
Among them will Ik- found portraits of Presi
dent Dole, ex Minister Poftff , ex -Governor
Rice of Kauai, Superintendent Hrowr. of the
Water Works, ar.d other prominent officials.
An inspection ol Mr. (Joel's work i invited.
Charges reasonable. IJsVtf
Band Concert To night.
The Hawaiian hand will give the
11-iial concert at Ivnrua Suuare this
evening at 7:10, with the following
sell ctions :
March " My Goscherl " Sprowacker
Overture "Story City", Ferrari
I. Valtr- "New Melodie- fhy reouest)
4. Selection " Hclisano Doonctti
PAR I II.
5. Medl'-y -"Popular Air," Ki pev
6. Fantasia "Force in the I oirt " (hv
Walis " The Doth " Bayer
March "A Day in Vienna" Schild
RAILWAY & LAMl I'
A 1 1 -r .lime 1 . 1 s-t : e.
10 EWA MILL.
B. B. A. O.
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
Honolulu Stat IUS 4 : :s S:lo
Leave Pearl City
Ariive- Fwa Mill.
q:jo 2:30 fttO 5:56
9:57 2:57 5:i 0:22
C. R. B. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. KM.
Leave Ewe Mill C:2i 10:43 .V43 54
Leave Pearl Ciiy 6:55 11:15 4:,5 D:,
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4;55 fl:45
We are Still Importing
Among other things the
bark" G. X. Wilcox" brought
us the following:
Hubbuck's Genuine, No.
I and No. 3 White Lead, in 21),
50 or 100 lb. iron kegs.
Hubbuck's White Zinc,
Red Lead, pale boiled and raw
Oil. Stockholm and Coal Tar,
in barrels or drums. Castile
Soap, Shot. BB to No. 10,
Lunched Horse Shoes, Sal
Soda, galv'd Anchors, Lrush
Door Mats, flexible steel and
ironWire Rope, Seine Twine
Harris' Harness Liquid, Day
& Martin Blacking, galvanized
Buckets and Tubs, Chain, blk.
.inel galv'd '4. to 5s; galv'd
Sheet Iron No. 1G to 26;
Tinned Wire, Copper Wire,
No. 10 to 20, black and galv'd
Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and (I,
Hlue Mottled Soap, Anvils,
70 to 200 lbs.; Blacksmith's
Vises, all sizes; a large assmt.
of Bar Iron, ke gs Dry Vene
tian Red, Yellow Ochre, Laris
Yellow, Burnt Umbre, Lit.
Blue, Laris Green, Metalic
Also, received ex Australia,
2G00 asst'd Elect. Lamps,
I lose, Butcher Knives, Carv
ers, Carriage Gloss Paint, Sul
phur Bellows. Scissors, Shoe,
Laint and Varnish Brushes;
Buckles, Picture Cord, P'urni
ture Nails, Tape Measures,
Jennings Bits, Yale Padlocks,
Oilers, galv'd Swivels, White
Shellac, Gold Leal, Leather
W ashers, and at last our fine
assmt. of Wostenholm Pocket
rvnives and razors nas got
We were, almost out of those
fine swing Razor Strops, but
have .i new lot this steamer.
We have a full line of Elec-
incat uoous. ami can wire
louses for Electric Lights on
short notice, Now is the time
to leave your order lor wiring,
as in a lew months the current
for lights can be furnished and
then everyone will want lights
at once, and those whose hous
es are wired will of course get
E. 0. HALL & SON.
Cor. 1 okt eS: Kim; Sis.
IN 0( AT VAUIt 1 V A 1 HIE
Elite" Ice Cream Parlors
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