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THE HAWAUAN STAR. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3 1895.
NKW8 IN A NUTSIIKLL.
Cleveland bicycles are good bicy
There is much talk of waking up
the base ball league.
" Stevenson's 1 'The Ebb-Tide" has
.been added to the library.
A treasury statement dated Feb
ruary 9 Is published today.
The snow has almost disappeared
from Mau mi I.oa, on Hawaii.-
Read to PriDuipls of the Great
Militia boys and others are yery
anxious to resume rifle practice.
Geo. Otterson of Company B
commenced handling the lever on
the steam dredge this morning.
John T. Ilrown, the stamp man,
has returned from a two weeks trip
011 the other islands.
Band concert ut Emma Square
this afternoon to begin a half hour
after the Australia sails.
J. Graviers, another deserter
from the Kenilworth, was arrested
at Kalihi last night and locked up.
The Spreckelsville people are
working oil a plan for two coast
steamers a month for that side of
A friend of John A. Cummins'
said this morning that the prisoner
was to pay sf 1 0,000 and have his
After the football game Friday
the Honolulus had refreshments
and speeches at the Elite Ice Cream
Mr. James Schultz will leave for
his home in San Francisco by way
of Gray's Harbor on the schooner
O. M. Kellogg.
If you want to buy, sell or ex
change stamps, go to johnT. Brown,
No. 4, Masonic Temple, Alakea
street. Box 441.
A fineassortment of new Flan
nelettes, new figured Dimities, and
la,dies capes can be found dt N. S.
Sachs, Fort street.
EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY ON AD
VICE OF THE CABINET IN
Nowlein and Bcrtelmann are
Scenes nt Oatiti 1'rlnon itml tho rnllce
Sliltlnn How tile Men Acted
Donning tho rrlaiin Garb Tlie
C. M. Cooke's Squad,
Guard, will meet at
Square at 5 p. 111. today
another picture taken.
Fine pleasure boats for ladies
and centlemen at the new Hawa
iian Boat House, foot of Richard
street. Moonlight boating parties,
The Hawaiian Annexation
Lcatnie will meet at the American
League hall at 7:30 this evening to
pass upon a constitution and Dy
Captain John Good, after look
ing at the football game a lew
minutes yesterday, declaied that he
would preter a skirnusti line in an
Mr. Walter C. Weedon will lead
the meeting at the Young Men's
Christian Association tomorrow
evening at 6:30 o'clock. Subject
"The Good Samaritan."
When you want tine watcli re
pairing done or jewelry made, go to
H. G. Biart. Port street at uerw.
Mr. Biart's long experience is
guarantee of good workmanship.
' The following have been elected
members of the Portuguese Mutual
Benefit Society: John G. Suva,
president; Jas. P. Rodriguez, vice-
president; M. G. Silva, secretary,
and M. R. A. Vierraf. treasurer.
Patrolman Wichart telephoned
from Kahuku last night that he
had caught Lowiuan, a deserter
from the Kenilworth. Wichart
was sent off last Monday 011 the
trail of his man aid had just come
up with him.
Gcorsre Hons, the all-around man
of Wailuku, is in town.
G. W. McDouirall, Jr., coffee
planter at Kailua, is over from Ha
William Waterhouse will likely
return to his home at Cedar Rapids
Iowa, by the Arawa March 7th.
ti:n to go.
Men Wlio Leave tlie t'nnntry Sooner than
The following persons have For
eign Office passports aud will leave
Hawaii this afternoon:
John Radin, James Brown, P.
Wundenberg, Charles Creighten, A
P. Peterson, F. H. Redward, 1'. li
Camarinos, A. Carrianne, Arthur
White, Frank Honeck.
It Involve the Agency lor I'ronerty
A temporary injuction has been
issued to M. F. Crandell enjoining
him from transacting any business
under a power of attorney given
him by J. K. Sumner. , Maria
Davis is the petitioner. She allege:
that Sumner is of unsound mind
and that Crandell secured the pow
erof attorney illegally. Sumner
owns property in the islands to th
amount of about $100,000. Crati
dell is the man who fell from h
horse at Moiliili just after the Tigh
out there and was hurt. The case
promises to become interesting.
HOLUSTER & Ca'S.
m TERMS OF IMPRISONMENT
AND HEAVY FINES
of the Gallows
or of a
Robert Wilcox was pale and
nervous. When the findings of
the Commission were read, he
turned extremely pale, but braced
up under the modification by the
Carl Widemann looked like a
man at the end of. his row, 'mid
who cared not what came next. He
was pale, but scarcely moved dur
ing the time his sentence was be
ing read. His sentence, thirty years
and $ 10,000, was approved by the
w. 11. c. uiir.io.
GltlUG AND MARSHALL,.
The sentences of Grelg
C. T. Gulick, thirty-five years
and $10,000 fine.
W. H. Rickard, -thirty-five years
and $ 10,000 fine.
T. B. Walker, thirty years aud
5, 000 fine.
Major Seward, tlurty-live years
and $10,000 fine.
Robert W. Wilcox, thirty-five
ears and $10,000 fine.
Henry Bertelmann, thirty-five
ears and 10,000 fine. -
Carl Widemann, thirty years and
W. H. C. Greig, twenty years
and $10,000 fine.
Louis Marshall, twenty years and
10, coo fine.
John Lane, five years aud ta.ooo
William C. I.aue, five years and
The above are tlie sentences read
to political prisoners this morning.
They show the findings of the
Mihtarv Commission modilied, m
several cases, by the President.
C. T; Gulick, Major Seward, W.
H. Rickard, Robert Wilcox, Sam-
uel'Nowleiu and Henry Bertelman
were sentenced by the Military
Commission to be hanged. Sen
tences in these cases were modified
The principals on the above list
received their sentences in the
office at Oahu" prison. Major
Potter read them. Major McLeod,
Marshal Hitchcock, Deputy Attor-nev-General
Robertson and a rep-
resentattive of Tub bTAR were
c. T. GULICK.
Mr. Gulick was the first called,
he looked pale and weak. His
usual composure, however, did not
forsake him, though toward the
last he appeared quite nervous.
His sentence dates from January
25th, When it had been
read to huu, he requested a
copy ol it ot tue juarsnai.
Mr. Hitcncock renlierntnat it was
not usual to furnish prisoners with
copies of their sentences, but, if
Mr. Gulick desired it, lie snouia
have it. The prisoner turn asked
he might see his attorney, Mr.
.Neumann. The Marshal replied
that the prisoner's req'iest would be
communicated to the Commander
A RIFLE SHOT ALA KM.
Itl'SH OF A M()UNTI!I 1'OI.ICK BQl!AI
TO KAMKIIAMKHA SCHOOL.
It Wat an Acrldeut-A Pupil anil a lllflt
The Dangerous .tourney of a
Marshall were signed by the Presi
dent as they came from the Com
mission. TllH LKADItK.
At the Station Houe Sam
Nowlein received his sentence.
From the Military Commission it
was death, but was modified by the
President as stated above. Nowlein
stood while his sentence was being
read. At the end Major Potter read
"and furthermore: In consider
ation of the fact that the Govern
ment has used you as a witness
before the Military Commission,
the Marshal is instructed to set
you at large, etc." At this Now
lein's face beamed with satisfaction,
and he grasped the hand of Major
Potter warmly. The Marshal tlien
set him at liberty, telling him at
the same time that the sentence
hung over him and warning him to
THK SICK MAN.
Bertelmann received his sentence
in bed. He is a very sick man.
Mrs. Bertelmann was in the cell
when the deputation entered". The
Commission had sentenced Bertel
mann to be hanjied. He was found
guilty of both charge and specifi
cations. The President modified
this sentence to thirty-live years
and $10,000 fine. An appendix to
the sentence was worded the same
as that in the case of Nowlein.
The Marshal told him that
as soon as lie was aoie ue
might go home. Bertelmann
thanked the Marshal and Major
PottT. He is extremely weak.
His voice came almost in whispers.
As soon as the doctor will permit
he will be removed to his home.
The sentence of William Lane
was read at tlie station uouse.
James Lane is still at the asylum
His sentence has not been read to
him and may not be until Monday.
He will first be brought to the sta
Hon house aud Irom there traus
ferred to Oahu Prison.
About 9:30 o'clock Friday night
a telephone message from Katneha
meha school stated that a shot had
been fired into the building and
that it came near hitting one of the
Fearing some mischief Captain
Warsou of the mounted patrol and
several of Lis men set .off at full tilt
for the place. They found that
the liot did not come from the
r ut''i', but was fired from a jtin
111 the building.
It seems that one of the boys
possessed a Springfield rifle.
He had no ammunition for it.'
A few days ago, however,
another pupil brought him a shelly
Friday night he started to put it in
his gun. In handling the weapon
afterward it went ofT with the effect
above described. The ball went
through the wall of the room, down
the hall-way and through another
room where several pupils were
sitting. Happily no one was hurt.
There was considerable alarm
about the place for some time and
the news was received up town
with much wonder as to what it
TO STEAL A STEAMER.
THK CII.VIUIU ON WHICH A MAN HAS
Walinanalu la Tho Hunt Tahiti Win
the Destination All Heady to
WORKING IN EARNEST.
CONVENTION OF COMMITTEES ON
WAlt ItLX'OKDS Ul' "SUSI'KCrS."
Only Stead'ant Men Wanted In I'lace
lle.nluttoim Adopted Mo vine
Maior Seward looked cool and
collected when he entered the room,
though he turned pale and twitched
nervously while his sentence was
being read. He lelt ' tre room
without a word, bent so that 111s
Loval Lecion button was nearer
coolest man of the lot. As he
walked in, he bowed pleasantly to
various persons in the room. He
was found cuilty of nearly all of
the specifications and both charges.
The sentence passed Dy tie com
mission was thirty years imprison
ment and a fine of $5,000. This
was approved by the Commander-
Gulick, Seward, Rickard, Wil
cox, walker, wiuemann, lireig
and Marshall donned their prison
suits immediately. Major Gulick
was the first to step out in his
stripes. The trousers, coat aud
hat were ol black and white stripes.
As soon as he was dressed, he
walked over to the hospital and
joined V. V. Ashford, who has
worn his suit ot the same material
for several days. Wilcox, Walker
aud Major Seaward strode out tO'
eetker. The younger men and
Rickard appeared later.
Ill the prison yard the political
prisoners who have been sentenced
stroll leisurely about. They have
nothing to do yet, and time seems
to bring heavily upon them. This
morning Mr. John A. Cummins sat
m the sun in the front yard. Geo
Lycurcus, dressed 111 a smoking
Kown, paced, me yard. lie was 111
a fine humor, and said Hotel d
Low was a first-rate rival ot bans
John 15. Bush and Nawaui, com
nutted to the Circuit Court on
charge of conspiracy, were sitting
together 111 a corner ol the yard
reading from some books. Neither
of the men looks well. Bush say
prison life and editing newspaper
. J!IT. l
are iwo entirely uuieiciu tilings.
The Waimanalo captain, Davies,
was sentenced, it is said, to ten
years and fined $ 10,000. This may
be remitted ou condition that he
leave the country never to return.
His sentence has not been announc
President Dole said this morning
that the Military Commission ver
dict in the case of the ex-quecn
had not yet been passed upon.
She will learn her sentence early
next week. The current rumor is
that the finding was lor five years
ihijirisounient and a flue of $5000.
This is probably correct.
THK MOIi:itN INVALID
The convention of committees on
war records met at the American
League hall at 7:30 o'clock Friday
The following were present:
Representing Company A: J. L.
Carter, D. L. Naone and Du-
Company B: Lieutenant E. O.
Company C: Sergeants Oat and
Mclnerny, Corporals Effinger and
Burnette and L. M. Johnson.
Sharpshooters: J. A. McCandless,
S. Martin and A. W. Kcech.
American League: L. M. Jolin-
son, R. 1. Ureen ana i . P. beverm.
Citizens' Guard: C. B. Ripley,
Dr. C. B. Wood and George P.
John A. McCandless was elected
chairman, and Theo. P. Severin
secretary. After considerable dis
cussion on organization and pro
cedure the following motion was
introduced by Mr. Mclnerny: That
committee of one from each
organization be appointed to ascer
tain the names of all Government
officials belonging to the various
organizations prior to January 6th
Mr. Castle opposed this motion
as some good men, not members of
any of the organizations prior to
Tanuary 6th, though employes of
the Government, turned out ut the
first alarm and did good service.
Several members agreed that
employes of the Government had
two years iu which to join some
police or military organization. Mr,
Mcluerney s resolution passed
Mr. Johnson moved the adoption
of Company D a resolution..
Mr. Ripley moved an amend
menf to read, "aud who served
from January 6." Discussion fol
lowed with regard to men who did
not report for duty 011 the 6th, but
on the 7th, having not heard of the
trouble until then, ltieotlier con
sideratiou, that effecting men who
were members prior to January
6th. but who wilfully failed to re
port for duty until after danger had
passed, was also brought out.
Mr. Johnson accepted the amend
ment proposed by Mr. Ripley and
the motion passed.
The following Committee on
lists was appointed: From Com
pany A, J. L. Carter; Company B,
Lieutenant White; Company D,
Corporal Burnett; Sharpshooters
J., -S. Martin; American League,
T. P. Severin; Citizeus' Uuard, C,
B. Ripley. As time will be re
quired for this Committee to get
the lists required, adjournment was
taken to 7:30 o'clock this evening
.U the Drill Shed.
CHASING THK 1'IGSKIN.
If the little steamer Waimanalo
does not gain notoriety at the pres'
cut time it will not be for lack of
peculiar positions in which she has
been placed. In December Captain
William Davies took her out and
landed arms from her, used in the
late rebellion. Front that time
forward her name has beoullpard
daily in the Military Court xoom,
and ha appeared in the p.iptM far
and near. Alexander Hill, a new
comer, sucoeedt d Davies as Cuptain
of the Wahnati: lo. He was in the
employ of Da ies when the arms
ere landed. Hill has had a good
deal of trouble here.
The lutest freak of the Waima
ilo is with her new captain. It
is seldom that a man nttempts to
teal a steamer, but that is what is
charged against Hill, who was
arrested about noon today. The
allegations are that he took on a
lot of coal and provisions yesterday
and intended leaving for Tahiti to
day or Monday. Enough supplies
had been taken aboard to last a
month. Two other men living'
here, were in the plot.
The scheme was known to the
uthorities, but action was delayed
until this morning. Hill was locked
up, and the other two men will be
arrested. The coal was taken from
the steamer. Hill denies point
blank that he intended taking the
steamer, but the owners assert that
thev have all the evidence needed.
The Waimanalo will likely be
sold to Jack Calway this aftcrnoiin.
He intends to re-sell her.
Fred Meyers and Mrs. McNabb
were arrested late this afternoon on
suspicion ot ' complicity 111 the
scheme to seize the Waimanalo and
go south. A trunk and bag, full
of private effects, were also seized,
the opinion being that important
evidence is to-be found among the
Six baths for $1 nt Ashworth's model
barber shop, No. 80 King street.
ALL ALONG THE DOCKS.
OIL FltOM Tlir. LUCKY STEAM
WIIA LKlt iii-.i.vr.iiKUK.
Sailing of The Australia I'rojected
Departure. Vessels Loading
' Sugar Note..
George Hons says there is entire
quiet on Maui. Natives and haoles
who have heretofore been royalists
have come to their senses. All are
now talking annexation.
The Australia will sail at 4
o'clock sharp. Mail closes at 3.
Captain F. Kibling is lying quite
ill at the Mechanics home. He has
been sick for several weeks.
Captain Parker seized a double-
barreled shotgun at J. W. Robert
son s house today. It was found
under the house.
W. II. HICK .VIII),
Rickard looked well, but was
extremely nervous. He was found
guilty straight through, charges,
specifications and all. His sen
tence dates from January 5th.
Hub tastes medicinally, in keeping with
oilier luxuricsr A remedy must Imi
pleasantly occeptablo In form, purely
wholesome in cinmoitloi, truly bene
ficial In eireut and entirely freo from
every objectionable quality. If really
ill beconkulluu pUyeloiau; if constipated
ho utea tho gentle family I ixutive byrup
The Onenluir Football (lame 1. Tame!
Hut Ha. a Ootid Crowd.
There was a fair crowd out for
the fobtball game Friday afternoon
The baud enlivened the proceed'
ings. A tame and one-sided con
lest failed to arouse much enthusi
asm. The Honolulu -team put up
a good game. Philadelphia was
outplayed at every point, being de
featcd by a score of 46 to 4. There
were several lively scrimmages, in
one ot tiiese, just a lew
ouds before the second
ended, Ehers, from the ship, was
knocked out. He was unconscious
for some time aud is being treated
for some broken bones in the right
foot. Honolulu hai about all of
the good runners and their line was
strong enough to stop the Phila
delphia wedge. Parker, Crane,
Thompson, biuger, Uins noit ana
Johnson of the home team especi
ally distinguished tueinM ivts.
Olmstead. Filers and Sharkey did
A place to spend a feu- nutct hours is
the Ilumwalltatlis. WailuM cars pabs
cm itcn sj'ttvicus.
CllSTIlAI. ISION CHURCH.
Dr. Hutciilns will preach tomorrow
in Central Union church at It n. tn.,
and 7:30 p. in. Morning loplo: "The
Commercial Value ot Character:" Even
11 ir topic: "Tho wreck Chart ueefa of
Harmony Hall, Klnir street, between
I'ort and Alakea streets. lev. i. I),
(farvin, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. 111.
anil T:'!0 p. m. Morning subject:
Christliko MinUtrits; Uicning sub
ject: "Is tlie Dreau ol Dcatli Warrant'
Sunday School at 0:15 a. m.
Bible class at the parsonage, corner
King unu niciiaru streets, Jlonuay, 1 ;
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
Itev. H. AV. l'eckl nastor. Sunday
services l'ob. 21th., 10 a. m,, Sunday
school. (J. J, Day. superintendent, 11
a, m., sermon, subject, "The Secret of
Pauls Success; JO p. 111., sermon
Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30
Meetings held in tho hall over Tracy's
store, corner rort and Hotel streets.
Umrittice on Hotel street, r.veryooiiy
' The Mary Winklemati is anchor
ed iu naval row.
'The velocity will leave Monday
dr. Tuesday for China,
, The steamers Lchua and James
Makee are receiving a coat of paint.
The Australia received sugar to
day from the W. G. Hall and J. A.
The bark Albert, off Brewer's
wharf is receiving sugar from the
steamer Kc Au Hou.
The steam whaler Belvedere will
transfer her oil to the Alice Cook
lor carriage to San Francisco.
The steamer Ke Ait Hon from
Hanamaulu arrived last night with
3,920 bags sugar for Hackfeld &
The dredge1- is doing its work ou
the Kwa side of Sorenson's wharf.
She will reach a depth of 24 feet at
The Alice Cook is receiving 1150
bags sugar from the steamer Kaala.
She requires 7850 bags to complete
The schooner O. M. Kejlogg sails
Sunday morning in ballast for
Gray's Harbor, Wash. She carries
The Robert Searles is taking on
ballast at Brewer's wharf. She will
h-ave Sunday or Monday for Port
The schooner II. C. Wright will
probably sail Sunday afternoon for
Mahukona, where she will load
sugar for San Francisco.
The Golden Shore with a cargo
of coal for W. G. Irwin & Co., will
commence unloading today at the
dock recently vacated by the Mary
This morning the steamer Iwa
went out to the steam whaler Bel
vedere to receive her 220 barrels of
oil. It was too rough to stand
alongside, and the steamer return
ed to port. A scow will probably
be taken out to receive her cargo
From Maui and Hawaii, per etmr
W G Hall. Feb 22 Oeo H Robertson.
wife and if ohildien, D II Hitchcock, E
ft Hendry, Miss a Crockett, il Coleman,
wife and 0 children, decree Hons, Geo
McDoucall and wife, O Clark, 11 Bell,
V F Weston, T J Brown and 03 deck
For San Francisco, per S S Australia
A. Mucr. L. llLthertneal. H. F
Dodge, F. Addison, Mrs. M. 1. Brown,
Airs. It. C. Spaulding. W. W. Dixon and
son, -MI.-3 Lyons, J. r. Miner, James
Ilrown, Miss wpiumeki, J. Kinineiutu,
J. D. Lane. S. Clemelitsou aud wife,
K. E. Brown and wife, l'ayinaster
Hendee, T. W. Ames, J. Irwin, Jr., v.
ltimstihl, F. Wundenberg, Mn. O.
Chambers, Mrs. E. JI, Jackson, J. C.
I itzsimmous. C. A. Uovle. II. 11.
Fiokey, Miss F. A. Swasev, T. J. King
mill wire. Jolin ltauin. r. 1.. iioogs,
William Foster and wifo and Mtb. Cap
Saturday, Feb 23
Au Hou, Thompson from
Brown, from circuit of
Saturday, Feb 23
O & O Australia, Houdlette, for San
Stmr Lehua, Wier, for Laupohoehoe,
Ilukalau, llonomu ami t'onauuinanu,
Yi:SSi:i.S LKAVINO TOMOKUOW.
Um Cto.e nt
Kconomy and piivation were al
ways more supportable to Napoleon
than borrowing. He detested ir
regularities in financial matters.
"Your finances are deplorably con
ducted, apparently Jon metaphysi
cal principles. Believe me money
is a very physical thing," he once
said to Joseph, when the latter, as
King ot Naples, could not make
both ends meet. He put Jerome
to sea largely to- stop bis reckless
expenditures. (At fifteen that
young mm pain 3,200
for a shaving case, contain
ing everything except the beard to
enable its owner to use it.)' Some
of the most furious scenes which
occurred between Napoleon and
Josephine were because she was
continually m debt. Alter the
divorce he frequently cautioned her
to be watchful of her money.
"Think what a bad opinion I would
have of vou if I knew you were in
debt, with an income of $ 600,000 a
year," he wrote her in 1813. The
methodical habits of Marie Louise
were a constant satisfaction to
Napoleon. "She settles all her
accounts once a week, deprives
herself of new gowns if necessary,
and imposes privations upon her
self in order to keep out of debt,"
he said, proudly. A bill of 62f and
32 centimes was once sent to him
for window blinds placed iu the
salon of the Princess Borghese.
As I did not order this expendi
ture, which ought not to be charg
ed to my budget, the Princess will
pay it," he wrote ou the margin. It
was not parsimony. It was the
man's sense of order. No one was
more generous in gifts, pensions,
alaries; but it irrigated him' to see
money wasted or managed carelessly.
The Hawaiian Band, under the
readership of Professor Berger, will
give a public concert at Emma
Square this afternoon, beginning at
4:30 o'clock. 'r"he following is the
program to be rendered;
March "Washington l'ost" ..Sousa
Overture "Festival" Suppe
Gavotte "Abschled" Kappoy
Selection "American Melodies"
Waltz "Popular Strains". .. .Berger
Schottische " Little Alabama
tn addition lo my Urge .lock of Carriage and
Wxiioti material I Latejast received perH. H.
UMralla An a-aorimenl nt VllUClI flPC
for Murreys orijtanriinir Ton OUllOLlnlJLu
I'll etiin.: alto, SHbe.l'SKtr., cakkiauk
Mats. In Orcen, Blue, Ked and Orange,
Flrtciaft. Goods at prices to .nit tlie times.
A few of thoee SAPr.TY CAKKIAOK POLK
PriHHflinfD T1P3' Call and Ke them.
Ittlin nUblJlja Tn attach to the dab, of
vehicle'. A Gi.mT Convimxkci to Liuics,
a wiev present ine line, iruui rallltiff 10 tin
ifrouuu wuea leaving
the carriage. Larire
IHQn IPlTHfP dletilrom theianu-
unuu uuaiuuu mciorr. aim
Aycnt lor l'AI,C.V 1IICVCI.I:h.
Hold fur Cash or on the Installment l'lan.
Feb. 20, 1M.
I beg to notify my old customers and
the public generally, thatl am now con
nected with Messrs. W. O. Peacock &
Co., tin J shall be pleased to receive
orders on their account.
W. S. I.TJCK.
Telephone 4(1. V. O. Box MM.
Honolulu, reliruary 21, I8U0. 587-lw
Notice of Copartnership.
iVLFHED W. OAIITEU and WIL
LIAM A. KINNEY have this day
entereil Into Copartnership for the gen
eral practice of law under the firm nainu
of G'ABTER & KINNEY.
Honolulu, February 15, 1895.
Situated In 'apfotrttiYU'ark, next to
tho residence or -James ll. Castle; for
rent, leasoor furnished or unfur
Also 4 acres of good pasturage on
Wilder Aveuuo, fenced and water, for
sale or lease.
ESfFor further particulars apply to
Diamond Block, King street.
O. M. Kellogg
Schooner II C Wright for Mahukona
and ban Francisco.
FOIt THE WEEK.
of the work for the
game will be 011
Barracks on King street, over John
Nott's. Itegular meetings for the week:
Monday, 7:30 native meeting; Tues
day, V.'M p. ui., real salvation meeting;
Wednesday, u:au p. 111., real salvation
meeting; Thursday, 7:30 p. in., real sal
vation meeting; rriday, 7:!10 p, m. holi
ness meoting for Christians especially:
Saturday 7:30 p. in., salvation tern
Berance. Saturday, 4 p. in., for children;
puuday, 7 a. 111., knee drill, 11
a, 111., holiness meeting; 1:00
n. m. children s meeting; 3 p, in., family
gathering;. 7:30 ji.ni. old-time salvation
AH are Invited to nttenu the meetings.
ST. ANDIiEW'8 CATHEDRAL.
The servlcos of the Second Congre
gation or Hi. Andrews uatlieurai to
morrow (Sunday) will bo as follows:
0:45 a. m., morning prayer with sermon;
venue- to temple, cnaut; to uuiim,
Uodges in O major; BenedlctuB, Arne
in F; Hymns, 43G unci anthem, "O,
Saviour of the World," by (lose. 0:30 ji.
m., Evensjng.wlth sermon; Magnillcat,
B.ittlslitll In D; Nunc Uiinittis, Crotch
in E: livmus. 173. 211 and 31.
All seals will be free. Itev. Dr.
Y. 31. C. A. SERVICES.
Sunday, 11 A. si., at O.iliu Jail; 3:30
r. M., Bible study at Y. M. O. A.; 0:30
l M., Gosiiel jiraise service at
Itenrgauized Church of Jes is Christ of
Lalter-Uay Saints; Old Mmr.io Hall,
corner of Fort and Quuen ttreets.
Services will 1 10 held on Sun
day as fullovs: 10 a. v., Bible
class: 11:15 a. V. and 0:30 l'. M,, preach-
VKHSKLS LKAVINO .HONDA Y.
Monday, Feb 25
Stmr Kaala, Brown, for circuit of
Stmr Kn Au Hou, Thompson, for
Stmr. Mokulii, McGregor, for Molo
kal and Lanal.
Stmr James Makee, Peterson, for
btinr Iwalanl, Freeman, for
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for
Circuit of Oahu,
KC tlilllN VKSSKLS KXl'lX'TISl)
Sour Mold of Orleans, 8 F Duo
K.br NowMwy 1 rom Newcastle Dua
H H Alameda. Morse. San Fran Feb 14
Lik Harry Moie, NHWcastle, Feb 25
Hk O 'D-flryant. M F Feb 91
Uk S C Allen, H F Feb SO
Hchr Transit, H F March 2
C.B Mlowera, Colonies , March 4
tiUIp IIawaiiau I.les, Newcastle March 13
Schr Anna, Norberc, B F Hue
CONCLUDED TO WALK.
A Search Fir a 'Mora! Itallrnad Trove, to
lie In Vain.
"Excuse me, sir," ho began as ho walk
ed up to the special officer nt tho Third
street jlepot the other afternoon, "but
am I correct in thinking there are several
different railroads by which I can reach
Chicago from Detroiu
"Yes, sir," was tho reply.
"Faro about tho same on nil of them,
"About the same."
"And there Isn't much difference as to
"Only a slight difference, sir."
"You nro no doubt quito well acquaint
d with the various lines?" continued the
"Why, yes, sir."
"I supposed you would be, but am
glad to know that you really nro. What
I desiro to know most of all is which
line stands highest in public estimation
as a moral railroad."
"I I don't understand you, sir," stam
mered the olllcer.
"Then I will explain. I am a respect
able, law abiding tierson. I never attend
a circus, boxing match, dog fight or
horse race. I never read novels or play
cards. I do not drink, smoke, chew nor
swear. Now and then I have to patron
izean immoral railroad, but never when
I can help it. The question is, Which of
these lines Is moral?
"I knowthatthesupcrlntendentof one
of them swears, for ho d d my eyes
not a month ago.
"He did, eh? I don't want that line.'
"And a conductor on another plays
"Then strike off that line."
"And a brakeman on another took his
wholo family to the circus last summer,
"That's anotherllne rubbed out."
"And on the only other," continued
the officer, "one of the firemen owns
fighting dog which has licked everything
in the state of Michigan.
"I sec not a moral road among the
wholo lot," replied the stranger. "What
is tho distance from hero to Chicago by
"About 800 miles, sir."
"Very well thank yon I will walk.
tmfct yon will not jiermlt the brazen im
morality of the railroads to affect your
own demeanor. Doors swing out? Ah
I see good day," Detroit Free Press.
Some Parislnn shopkeepers attract spec
tators to their windows bv emittlua de
lightfully scented warm air from openings
At the base, of the wludow frame.
For Ten Cents you can Bee the irrealm
marvel of science,
To-day "THE BARBER SCENE."
Subjects changed dallv at art ,t-
Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
Hours: u a, m. lo V p. m. 570 tf
Waikiki Reach Residence
t a meeting of the shareholders of
Castle & Cooke, Limited, held at their
ollice this day, by-laws were adopted
and the following additional officers
were elected and approved therein.
Geo. P. Castle ..Vice-President
J. B. Castlo uii. .'Auditor
Tim otficers of the Cnrboratlon. who
also constitute the Board of .Diiectors,
are now as loiiuws:
J. B. Alherton .....I'resideut
O. P. Cnstle Vico President
E. D. Tenney Secretary
W. A. Bowen ....Treasurer
J. ft. Castle Auditor -
E. D. TENNEY.
Secretary Castle & Cooke Limited.
Honolulu. II. I. February 20th. Ib05.
Patented umler the latcs of the Ha-
VESSELS IN I'OHT.
USPS Philadelphia, Cotton, San Fran
(Coasters not tncliiiled In this list.)
Bchr Win Don den, from Kuhulul
Am BUip Kenilworth, Ilaker, San Fran
llktn Planter, Dow, San Francisco
Uk Albert, Urltllths. Hun Fran
llriir O Irwin. Williams. San Francisco.
r-chr Alice Coolcu, l'euhallow Port Towiihend
Am sch Lyman I) Foster, Dreyer, Newcastle
jin uk nonoina, jiewcnMie
llk Sumatra. Iterrv. llllo
Am sell Kobert Hvarlus. Newcastle,
Schr Norma, Snenson, Cluxton, 1IC
Shin II F Ulaile. Uvcrixxil.
Uktu Mary Whikelman, Newcastle,
Si-hr King Cynw, Newcastle
Uk Ceylon, San Irancihco
Am sen II C Wriulit. Drummer. Nanaimo
Am sch O M Kellogg, Ivers n, Gray's ll'br
Am limn uncio Joan, recic, I'.urcku.
H H Australia, lloudlctto, H V
Krhr (loMcu Sucre. Newcastle.
llktn Aixl.oi', Calhoun, Nauahuo
KUir A no', a, Scharf , Victoi ia
Ilk Holier! Sudden, Nencutle
Hthr Octanlo Vance, Newcastle
AT nkiohiiohi.no i-oiits.
Wkkklv Stab, $4.00 jer year.
Ask. Hour Friends 1) Help tyi rpffr!!.:,
letter,, at d nackii ei. ;u.l can. and send Ihem
loioe. 1 vtfll )uy fr 111 SI In (lu a 1IUI accord
Inn to thenumtHir of dllferent kinds: rash aout
by return mall. C'orrespo .donee .itli cidieo-
rors anal"ftlersrtiueiuu. iirun'ir.j.yAii.
TKIt, Mlliuoklyn Avenue, UltOOKIA'N, N.Y
A dealer In artificial limbs estimates that
800,000 Englishmen have lost one or both
AltltlVBD AT II1LO.
Uktn C V Crocker, from Kan Francisco
TUIC D1DED Iskeldou tile at K.
I Ma rUftn UAKK'S Advertlitnu.
Au-uoy, ftjandb& Merchant's Kxrnaiitie, ran
Fraciro, Oal . vihera contracts lor saver
tlslax cn be, made fur It,
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.,
Cor. Queen and Nuuanu Sta.
One of these Shredders
recently been installed at
mill of the Paahau Plantation
Company, Hamakua, Hawaii,
and Mr. Andrew Moore, the
manager, writes concerning it
I'aauiuu Plantation Co.,
Hamakua, Jan. 10, 18115.
W11. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd., Honolulu:
Gentlemen The mill has been running dur
ing the luut two weeks, with the National
Cane Shredder lately Installed, gtvfng the
most nallsfaitory results.
Our mill contUts of three seta of two rot
lon, 32 In. dla. by .2 In. long, the shredder
discs being 5 ft. 7 In. long, driven by an
automatic engine- 11 in. dla. cylinder by 14
The ltattoon cane being milled is as hard
as It Is MjHsible for cane to be, having been
subjected to a severe drought during the
hole period of Its growth, and growing on
land with a trade wind exposure. Our ex
perience ith the Shredder, particularly with
aiMvectrue, proves it to be just what our
nuns reuuireu, me ui redded cane being better
preiared to have its juice extracted than for
metly after uing through the first mill.
The first mill la now allotted to open 1MB in.
instead of X lu. as formerly, so that the trash
now leaves uie una mm, uetter ground, man
it formerly did the second, and this without
ttio old limed groaning, cnoung, and strain
ing of the machinery.
llehlud the first and second nulls we annlr
hot water, the quantity for the txut 12 days.
as ier statement attached, baa averaged 35
wr cent, on me lotat juice irom ine cane.
The trath from the la.-.t mill is cut up much
finer than before the Bhredder was applied,
mi.ch of it resembling saw dust, it contains
a per statement IfJ per cent, ot moisture and
maVes gcod fuel, tho juice from tht hut mill
stands A degrees Urix., so that the moisture
lu ttio tnuu is or o per cent, sugar solution.
The Uoilers make steam much easier than
before, now care has to be taken to keep them
irom blowing ou.wnereas iieiore great care
was necessary to keep the steam trout going
too low when the Pan was on.
Ilv the use of the Shredder we have dis-
wnsed with six men, formerly necessary to
lUtrtbute the cane ou the carrier, feed the
first mill, and throw back the long plecea.
ine nuretiuer aiacoinery 1 a goou suu
stantlal joo, and should caube little or uo
trouble, as it Is subjected to but tight strains.
You w 111 sea that by applying the Shred
der, our work lu all departments has bten
very materially unproveu oouumug a
better extraction at leas eipeiue than former
ly. The great buprovement lu our steam,
causes much satisfaction to those engaged Iu
Plans, specifications and prices
ot these Shredders may be had
on application to
W.G. IRWIN ft Go. Ltd.
Sole Agents for the
" Star" Eltctric Works