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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY FEBRUARY 35 1895.
Nl'.WH IN A NUT81IKLL.
Cleveland bicycles arc good bicy
cles. V. S. Luce publishes a busi
ness notice todny.
John A. Hassinger is quite ill at
his Pearl City home.
Officers have been elected by the
Hawaiian railway company.
TWENTY - FIVE GUILTY. I SHE NEEDS IMPAIRING.
hatch op ruisoNiMis or avau
Hay In Defense Tlio
Tim Little (letting
5 p. u.
The Masonic Temple
will be photographed at
D. Howard Hitchcock has a com
mission for a painting of Makapuu
Havana cigars are a specialty
with Hollister & Co., at Fort and
A Hawaiian Treasury statement
for February iGth is published
B. Bergersen calls attention
today to the Singer sewing ma
chine. The sum of $113.65 was realised
from the football game last Friday
Mr. Gallagher, a newspaper man
from Victoria, I). C, ajrived on
the Warn moo.
Tennis plavers will meet at the
Y. M. C. A. 'hall at 7 30 o'clock
The mounted police will be
photographed at the old barracks
T. T. Kitur has become sole
owner of the California Feed Com
pany, J. N. Wright retiring.
G. H. Lewis has returned to the
Hawaiian Hotel and is again mail'
ager. H. Meyer is steward.
There will be a meeting of the
Aloha branch of the Theosophical
bociety at 7:30 this evening.
The forty kanakas taken at
Washington Place will plead guilty
of misprision of treason.
A grand review of army and
police is suggested for a day after
martial law is declared off.
Marshal Hitchcock returned
from Pearl City this morning, hav
ing spent Sunday in that neighbor
hood. The Hawaiian Republican Club
will hold a meeting tomorrow even
ing at 7 at the American League
Minister Damon has been noti
fied that the Hawaiian parcels post
line to London through Canada is
The 'uptown base ball players
say that if the Kaniehamehas will
come in the league season can
open on time.
The Hawaiian Annexation
League will meet at the American
League hall at 7:30 o'clock Wed
The Military Commission bean
work at 10 a. in. today. Twenty
five native prisoners were at the
bar. None had counsel and desired
none. Charges and specifications
of treason were read. The names
of the prisoners were as follows:
Sam Kekaha. William Bill. Ha-
kuole, Opunui, William Ahia, Ud.
1 nig Sing, Sam Hola, John Kaaua,
Makauahoa, Maui, Dan Kaanatia,
Jack Naiwi, Holoa Huihui, Solmon
Kapiioho, Ben Made,--William
Kauakaole, Wahia, Kuaiwa, Kai-
ntanu, William Hakalaau, Kaati-
wai, Kaia, Welewele, Tom Ulukou
and Waiola. All of these plead
guilty to the charge of treason and
When asked if they had any
statements to make, one of the
number, speaking for the crowd,
said they preferred to leave their
cases in the hands of the Commis
sion. They had taken up arms
against the Government, a charge
to which a plea of guilty had been
entered. With this the case wa
submitted without argument by the
John Lane, the youugest of the
Lane brothers was arraigned.
Young Lane was employed in a
store in town prior tothe outbreak.
He lived with Junius Kaae on
Lane retained Paul Neumann as
counsel. The charge, misprision
of treason, and specifications were
read. Under advice of counsel
witness declined to plead, and a
plea of not guilty was directed by
Sam Nowleiu was the first wit
ness. He told tlie story of plans
to overthrow the Government,
landing of arms, employment of
gents, the fight, etc., etc.
Hakuole bilva said he was at
Kaae's house Thursday night Jan
uary 3d. Saw John Lane.
Charles Warren gave the story of
the landing of arms. After the
arms were lauded went into the
cance shed at Bertelmann's. Lot,
ames and John Lane were in
Others testified that the defend
ant was traveling "in rebel societv.
Brothers ol the accused are the
principal witnesses in his behalf.
IN Tlin MACIIINF.IIV
Cause of Her Lome Voyage Frnm
Coast Locating; the Weakness
lay be 1'lxetl Here,
A serious break in the machinery
of the Philadelphia has been dis
covered. Her recent long passage
from San Francisco has been a sub
ject of comment here and in the
States. It was, explained that she
was nbt hurried. This, however,
was not the case. When a few days
out from Sail Francisco it was found
that thirteen knots was about her
top speed. She made abtmt 200
miles per day.
A careful examination of her
machinery has been made and the
cause of the trouble located. Be
tween the steam chests the lining
has split and parted. Here a great
deal of presure is brought to bear
and the great wonder is that .the
whole works did not blow out.
Weakness and friction reduced the
speed about five knots. A more
thorough investigation will be made
to decide the extent of repairs
needed. If possible repairs will be
made at the Honolulu Iron Works
here. If not the departure of the
Philadelphia may be hastened.
it Is rinrtnstlc.
The semi-royalist publication,
The Seuti'iielia, said Saturday in
clastic Portuguese: "President
Dole has remitted the fines of a
number of political prisoners.
Heaven alone will reward the Chief
Executive for his munificence to
ward the poor native." In the
original words, Tins Star is in
formed, the remark ranks witu Jtoi-
omua and Ka Leo sarcasm.
THE FLOWER SOCIETY.
ron tin: iiiKi itiiuiTioNorNATuitrs
BMH.KS TO KICK ONl'.S.
The Hospital Its Field Election of
Ofllrers Mrs. flwaiity 1'resldent
' Mrs. Irwin's flirt.
If you want to buy, sell or ex
change stamps, go to JohnT. Brown,
No. a, Masouic Temple, Alakea
street. Box 441.
After the 28th inst., Admiral
Brown, well known here, will' be
senior officer of that rank in the
United States Navy.
The Philadelphias are practicing
up for the, next football game witu
the Honolulus which will take
jplace on the 9th of March.
Vine pleasure boats for ladies
and centlemeu at the new Hawa
iian Boat House, foot of Richard
street. Moonlight boating parties,
Arthur McDowell was not per
mitted to leave by the Warrimoo
Sundav. Captain Bird refused to
take him, saying he had enough of
An important meeting of B com
pan v. N. G. H.. will be held to
morrow evening at the Drill Shed.
A ball and banquet will be ens
Kona roads, fence wire, hanging
lamps, bath tubs, ready mixed
paints and fruit pickers are spoken
of in the "Timely Topics" column
Corporal Clark and Privates
Crozier and Tucker of D Company
presented Mrs. Dexter with
framed picture of the Company
Fortv-five persons now in cus
tody will appear before the Military
Commission for trial, 'lue otners,
about sixty or seventy in number,
will plead guilty.
Eilers, the injured Philadelphia
football player, will not be able to
go on the held again lor a montu
Geo. Angus visited Eilers- for the
On Thursday, Pel). 28th, at 10
a. m., Mr. Lewis J. Levey will sell
at public auction a large assortment
of rare lems, pines, truit trees, etc,
Particulars in tomorrow S issue,
When you want line watch re
pairing done or jewelry made, go to
H. G. Biart, Port street at uertr
Mr. Biart's long experience is
guarantee of good workmanship.
The convention on war records
will meet at the drill shed at 7:30
o'clock this evening. A full at
tendance is requested. Full lists
will be presented by the committee
Q. Carson Kenyan unil Others Leave the
The following prisoners will be
released from custody this after
noon: J. K.. Kaulia, John Richard
son, W. H. Daniels, W. H. Keala
kai, G. C. Keuyon, Kaunamano,
W. H. Kapu and F. Mabuku.
Richardson and Daniels are big
guns of Maui. G. Carson Keuyon
is a school teacher and newspaper
writer. Prior to his arrest he was
connected with the Bulletin:
There are forty good men in the
squad of Citizens' Guards at Kaue-
ohe. Officers were elected Satur
day night at the court house, Win.
Henry is Sergeant. The Corporals
are Robert A. Aicrieague, j. 1:
Mendonca, E. K. Bull and Chas.
MAKK I, AM).
1 u - r, .J. 1- 11. 1. V.. Have all tin
m iqui rnenos 10 tteiu m bum,, i,.
letters uml ac.ks.-es loi tun. and scud Ilium
l ,t,M. I will imv tf tn SI to SiU a UU UCCOlU-
liiL' to the number of dlnerent kinds; culi sent
uj return man. .urrcayo 'wmo "'"
tors umld uUrs rtquosinU. Or.OllOt J.CAIt,
'tUM, M Brooklyn Avenue, liltOOKLYN, N. V,
MAKING WILD LAND l'AY.
HOW ADVKUSi: NAT II U A I CONDI
TioNs aui: vi:itcoMi:
Tim Hire I'ntrlirs ttf Knnmrnl Marie
1'oisUjIo ly AiirmtMl Acrmulur
MIL GRESIIAM LISTENS.
TUi: STATK SKCIIKTAKY TAKES
'Vigorous Measures On llehalf of
Exile A Suit and a Claim for
Washington, Feb. ix. The
state department will take vigorous
measures in the case of John
Cranstoun, who arrived at Van
couver on the Warrimoo, exiled
from Hawaii. A brief statement
has been received from the United
States commercial agent at Van
couver, alleging that Cranstoun is
an American citizen, guiltless of
any participation in the rebellion,
and that he was forcibly placed
aboard the steamer Warrimoo and
xiled without trial, and to his
severe pecuniary loss. ououia
Crnnstoun's -assertions be borne
out by inquiry, he will have a good
claim for indemnity against tue
Cranstoun. Mueller and John
stone have entered suit against the
steamship Company for 50,ooo
damages. To prevent interference
with theWarrunooa bond ot 'M50,
000 was furnished.
A ulace to spend a few quiet hours is
ho llaniwai Baths. Waikikl cars pass
Ilelvedcre Sailors Get Out of Irons and
Two of the crew of the steam
whaler Belvedere, who made an
unsuccessful attempt to escape last
Thursday night, managed to get
away last nigut. iney were 111
irons at 6 o'clock, but at daybreak
this morning were nowhere to be
seen. It is not known whether
they reached laud, whether they
were the prey of the mau-eater, or
if they went to the bottom. A life
buoy marked "Belvedere, New
Bedford, was picked up alongside
of Brewer's wharf this morning by
Captain Smith of the dredger. The
sailors are no doubt safe in town.
Six batlis for $1 at Asliwortli'a model
barber shop, N . tW King street.
Man Native Annexation Movement is
Slow In Honolulu,
No meeting of the Hawaiian An
nexation League was held Satur
day night. It appears tliat some
misunderstanding as to the time
had taken place among the mem
bers. The gentleman who has the
matter of preparing a draft of the
constitution was not present, as well
as several other principals in the
movement. Mr. Colburn says
The average Hawaiian does not
know what is good for himself.
This hall should be full at every
one ot our meetings, airuv 01
them do not yet believe the ex
Queen has abdicated, but when
they do realize tue situation 1
lieve a general move for aunexa
tiou will be made, I nave letters
from the other islands in which it
is stated that the natives are waking
up to the advantages of annexa'
Paul Iseuberg brought a rebel
rifle from Waialae this morning.
11 A VAN A CIGAKS,
Henry Clay and llock & Co. Factory,
UOI.USTEti & CO.'S.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
Last Thursday afternoon, Feb
2tst. the annual meeting of th'ei
Hospital Flower Society was held
at the Y. M. C. A. Miss Lowers,
the vice-President, presided in the
absence of the President, Mrs. Swan
y.y, A vote of thanks was passed to
Mrs. Irwin for her munificent
donation of if 250, also to Mrs. Her
bert for a gift of chrysanthemum
plants and seeds, and to Mrs.
Thomas Brown and Mrs. Levers
for their weekly supply of flowers,
also to those good friends who have
sent the beautiful blooms of their
gardens to cheer the sick ones at
Mrs. Swanzy was re-elected
Piesident; Miss Lcwers, vice-President;
and Miss von Holt, Treas
urer. Miss Jordan retired from the
Secretaryship and Miss Pindeo was
elected in her place. Miss Hustace
aud the Misses Parke, Mrs. Oilman
and Miss Pindeo are the Flower
Committee for this quarter, and
will be thankful to any one who
can send a few flowers to the hos
pital any Wednesday morning
about 9 o'clock.
Notwithstanding the generous
supply of Mrs. Lcwers during the
past year, it has sometimes been
almost impossible to provide even
two blossoms 'for each sufferer,
owing to the scarcity and conse
quent high price of flowers just
now; also to the large number of
patients last week there were 78.
The society wishes to thank Mr.
Eckhardt and the nurses most cor
dially for the pleasant way in which
they make work easy for the dis
tributors and the kindly welcome
The societv buys half a dollar s
worth of flowers each week, but, as
the members are anxious to save
money to endow a bed, which
would cost f Gooo.and they have only
f 650 in hand, it would be scarcely
be considerate of the committee to
ask it to buy more. Iu view of
this, it is suggested to the busy
men of this city and to the equally
busy mothers in Honolulu, that by
giving $ 1 a year (which constitutes
membership) or by sparing a few
flowers from their gardens they
will give pleasure to many weary
invalids and help 011 a good work
without increasing their own busy
Admiral And l'arty.
Admiral Beardslee, Captain Cot
ton, Lieutenant Wood, Sam Parker
and others will be entertained by
Mr. C A. Brown at Ford's Island
on Wednesday. ruey will go
down in a special car. Guns will
be taken along, and the naval of
ficers will try their hands on smal
ler game than ships and men.
About a quarter of a mile off the
Moiliili' road iu a neighborhood
called Katie wai, is a considerable
tract of laud owned by Kaiulani
and under the management of Gov
ernor Clegtiorn. There ari several
hundred acres in the level piece.
The soil is dark and rich, but up to
a mouth aj;o tlie estate has beeii
p'actically unproductive. It had
Now there are 011 this tract
a.KHtt forty rice patches cultivated
by Chinese who have lei-sss. The
farmers make money and the pro
perty earns a handsome annual
revenue, steady aud certain. This
is the story of scores of pieces of
land throughout the group. In
every direction 111 tlie environs ot
Honolulu the same transformations
have taksn place.
In Hawaii there are very few
running streams lrom wlncli to
irrigate and no elevated lakes. The
water readily available either moves
lazily or is stagnant. A great
deal of it is beneath the ground.
I'he problem is in the pumping.
Coal costs mouev in this country.
flic hydraulic ram is a snare and a
delusion, and the average windmill
ALL ALONG THE DOCKS.
:i!.i, saimno vr.Msi;i.; ci.kaii
WITH OM.V IIAI.I.ANT.
Piling C Kiljtar on the llnrk 1'acUets
Preparing to Iate Notes
of the Trout.
of commerce either wrecks itself in 1 Sorman, left in ballast this mom
mg for San I-rancisco.
The H. C. Wright left this morn
ing for Mahukona, where she will
load sugar for San Fraucisco.
The schooner Jewett left the
Sound on the 7th with the second
load of lumber for the railroad.
Chus. Hnstace, Jr., to Oo Into the Ticket
Oltlco Here for a Time.
Since his fall from his wheel
William Ross of the Inter-Island
Company has not been a well man
He has decided to take a vacation
and then pursue ouPdoor work for
time. By the Hall tomorrow he
leaves for a two-weeks visit with his
brother at Hakalau. Returning
from there he will go as purser of
the Mikahala on the Kauai route.
The present purser of the Mikahala
will be transferred to one ot tue
smaller island boats. Charles
Hustace, Jr., formerly teller, of
Bishop's bank will take the place
of Mr. Ross as ticket agent at the
wharf offlce. Mr. Hustace will
enter upon his new duties to
mad running or refuses to raise
At Kanewai all the obstacles in
the way of irrigating under local
conditions have been overcome
beautifully. Fuel is not used and
the pump furnishes more than
enough water to have the rice
atches always present sui laces
like daintly 'painted mirrors.
There is first an artesian well on
the tract. It is 200 feet deep and
was bored by McCandless
Bros. The whole glory
of this simple irrigating plant,
however, is an Acrmotor placed
on a 70-foot tower by the Hawaiian
Hardware Co. The Acrmotor is a
6-foot wheel that never gets out
of order and that is most ingeni
ously and effectively geared. The
fans arc ot galvanized steel, and
All Connected With the 11. C Wiililbertf
to lie Punished.
San DutGO, Calif., Feb. 14.
The filibustering schooner H. C.
Wahlberg has been seized by the
federal authorities here, and its
owners, officers, crew and backers
will be dealt with at the pleasure
of Hawaii. The vessel carried arms
for revolutionists to that country.
C. W." Iteleased.
C. W. Ashford, lawyer, poli
tician and prisoner in connection
with the late rebellion, was released
from custody last Saturday and will
take a trip abroad. Mr, Ashford
is a Canadian, He will likely
leave by the Miowera, March 4th.
THEY CANED HIM.
lleautlrul Stick Presented to Jailor
Low by Foriiir Hoarders.
On Saturday afternoon Jailor
Low was presented with a hand
some cane by political prisoners
who have lately been confined in
Oahu prison. The cane is elegantly
made of kauwila wood. The gold
handle is lettered as follows:
'J. A. Low, from his" friends,
Honolulu, Feb. 20, "05." The fol
lowing letter accompanied the cane,
signed by a number of exiles and
Honomjmj, Feb. 23, 1895.
T. A. Low, Esq.
This little memento is presented
to you by your friends who lately
soioumed with you, as a mark of
their individual good will toward
you for the many little acts of
kindness received at your hands
during the trying times and under
the circumstances in which we
were all placed; we wish you to
consider this entirely a personal
matter, and no other significance is
to be attached thereto.
The Foreign. Office here has been
asked for evidence against the
Wahlberg and will furnish it at
As to Non-Comhatants
The Convention on war records
met iu the Sharpshooter's armory at
the drill shed Saturday night. The
Committee on lists, having but one
day to work, had not been alto
gether successful. Mr. Martin
offered a motion requesting the
members of the Advisory Council
in the Convention to procure a list
of the names of all Government
employes. The motion carried
with it a request that the Committee
bring the matter before the Couu
cils if the proper lists could not he
gotten from the deparments
Carried. At 9 p. m. the meeting
Sheriff L. A. Andrews, is over
Dr. B. Schneider has returned
Dr. J. A. Reymond of Koloa,
Kauai, is in the city.
C. J. Falk was a passenger from
Maui by the Claudiue.
R. Fisher and wife of Seattle are
at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Jack Irwin of the Philadelphia,
son of Admiral Irwin, left on the
Australia Saturday to join his
father in Washington, D. C.
CONSPIltATOKS IN COCIIT.
The Pele left at noon for Kauai.
The Philadelphia is taking ou
The Mikahala sails Tuesday at 5
p. m. for Kauai.
The bark Albert is taking sugar
from the Mikahala.
The Iw.ilani sails at 4 p. in. for
K.Miai and way ports.
The James Makcc sails this after
noon at 4 p. m. for Kauai.
Tha Claudiue sails Tuesday at 5
p. in. for Hawaii aud Maui.
The Mokolii sails Tuesday at 5
p. 111. for Molokai aud Lanai.
The W. G. Hall sails Tuesday at
10 a. m. for Maui and Hawaii.
The Ke Au Hon sails at 4 p. m.
for Maktiweli, Waimca and Kekaha.
The Velocity, Captain Martin,
will sail tomorrow for Hong Kong.
The bark S. C. Allen left San
Francisco for this port February
The Claudiue, Iwalani and W.
G. Hall are discharging sugar on
the Oceanic wharf.
The Robert Searles, Captain
The lighter Annexation, from
Kalaupapa, has been repaired aud
will be returned by the Mokolii.
The O. M. Kellogg in charge 0
Captain Iverson, left this morning
iu ballast for Gray's Harbor, Wash, j
The W. G. Irwin will probably
get away Wednesday for San Fran
cisco with a cargo of sugar. She
The Martha Davis made the trip
to San Francisco 111 the remarkaby
there are seventeen of them, each ; good time oi thirteen days. The
six feet in length and with a shape
and pitch that chiefly constitute the!
When the big wheel has made
three revolutions, the force thus
accrued is transmitted to the pump.
luc stroke causes a barrel ol
water to belch forth. With a
breeze of six to eight miles, which
is considered a calm, the Acrmotor
pumps 20,000 gallons an hour, with a
triple suction pump. The Acrmotor
regulates itself until a gale attacks
it. Then it stops of its own accord.
Its speed can be regulated at any
lime by levers from below.
Tuere are many Aermotors on
Oahu other than the one at Kane
wai. Thsre are many of them on
other islands. Tlu returns are
always the si me that they are
reliable and cheap. The Acrmotor
was introduced into the rountry by
Iv. R. Hendry, manager of the
Hawaiian Ilardware Company,
the agency. lie is elated
over its success, and pleased
that it meets a demand of long
standing. In addition to making
another of his business hits iu this
instance, Mr. Hendry has furnished
a useful factor in the development
of the agricultural interests of the
Hush, et al, to Hate Thdr Trials at The
Bush, Crick and Nawahl, con
spiracy prisoners, were arraignea
before Judge Cooper in the
Circuit Court this morning.
C. W. Ashford appeared for de
fendants. Crick declined to
plead and a plea of pot
guilty was entered, whereupon
the . case was continued to
the , next term. Bush and
Nawahi wish to reserve their plea
until Wednesday. Allowed.
Other Circuit Court cases were
continued tor the term.
l'EAltl. CITY SljUAl).
:ircts Oltlcers And Attests loi he Loyalty
of 11 Member,
The Pearl City Squad, Citizens'
Guard, met Saturday evening and
elected new officers. Carl Willing
was chosen Sergeant of the Com
pany. I lie Uorporals were:
First, F. II. Ktlbey; second, G. N.
Nawaakoa; .third, E. A. Galaspo;
fourth, Judge S. Hookajio. The
reari k-uv. squau now nas itiiriy-
one members, four having been
elected Saturday evening. About
twenty more natives have signified
a desire to join the organization.
At tlie meeting a resolution at
testing the loyalty of J. A. lias-
Singer- to the cause was unani
The matter ot representation 111
the convention was discussed.
Pulpit Meutloii of llrluk and Ills
Rev. Dr. Hutchius preached tern
perance sermons at Central union
Church yesterday. During the
morning discourse he referred tothe
aborigines aud the evil influences
that arc inducing their extinction
Gin, lasciviousness and- being :
prey to wicked men were referred
to. Even the political situation was
brought in. Dr. Hutchius believed
the lack of support to the Govern
nient by Government employes was
wicked and was an incentive to dis'
order. He advocated the discharge
of all such persons,
THE MOHEHN INVAI.II
Wilder took eighteen days
The schooner Norma is looking
out for a charter for the Gilbert
Islands. An effort is being made
to get a load of tourists or immi
grants for Butaritfiri aud vicinity.
If inducements in the way of mail
or freight are offered she will also
From Vancouver tier CASS Wnrri-
inno, Keli 21 It Fiiclier ami wife, A
Wakcileld, J Jaekson aud 27 steerage
From Iviuai per stmr Mikahala Fel
21 Dr Itaymoml, I! K(Cotiller, JIustiT
Pmlip Idee, Mrs I'tiril, Miss Kneo, D
liiniKMiKii, o vnu iiainni, ! uosta, 11 u
iluckluy, Miss M Ke koa, 1 Cliiuusu and
From Hawaii nml Mtui, per stmr
Clmditii'. Feb 24-8 O Wilder, C J
Fitllc, LA Amlrtju-s, Ml is lvaleikau, Mrs
11 AnilerBon, 8,1111 SIiir, Miss Alapai, Dr
Schneider, Win Stoddard, Geo Co lit o
iiianots, ami 21 deik.
SuXDAY, Feb 24
0 A S S Warrimoo, Bird, from Van
Stmr James Makee. Peterson, from
Sinir Claudinc. Cameron, from Maui
Stm r Iwalani, Freeman, from Maui
Slinr Mikahala, Hacluml, from Kauai
htini- J A Cnuiminus. Ncilson. from
Stmr Kaala, Drown from Wai
anau and Kaliuku,
VI.SHlll.'f IN PtlKT.
UFS l'bllmlclpliia, Cotton, Kan Fran
(('oAfttcrs not Included In thl list.)
Sclir Win Uondeii, from Knliulut
Am ship Kenilnurth, linker, Hnn Fran
llktn l'lnnter, Dmv, Unit Frnnclwo
Ilk Albeit. Urlimln, Hun Fran
llrlu it O lrstiii, Williams, Kan Franclco,
fclir Alice Cooke. Pcnundow 1'ort Towusend
Ant sell Lynmti II Foster, Droyer, Newcastle
u lik Sonoma, Nencntle
Ilk Sumatra, Berry. Illl i
Am mil ltoliert Senrlen. Newcastle,
Ilk Velocity. Martin. Ilonir Koi.n-
Si'lir Norma, Knenxon, Ulmton, 110
Bul II V (Undo. I.lvenx)l.
llktn Mary Wlnkolinan, Nencantlo.
Si lir KlngCyru", Nccatlo
Ilk Ceylnii, hall I ranclsco
Am Rcli II C Wiiulit. llruninii.r. Nnnilmn
Am nil O M KrllogK, lver n, Oray's H'br
tin iihi i u no Jdi . i ecK. r.uroun.
S H Atiktinlfa. Ilouillettv, H F
Sclir UoMen Snore, NoucoMle
llktn Archer, Calhoun, Naimliuo
Sclir Aricta, Sclmrf, Vkloiia
Ilk ltolwrt sudden, Necntle
Schr Uceaulo Vance, Neivcostlo
AT NEIOIMIOIUNO POUTS.
AIIIIIVCD AT I1IL0.
Ilk Sautiaro. Johnfion from Hjih Fr.,n
llktn C F Crocker, from San Franclco
Senator ttcorgu of Mfssiwlppi Fpcak
with u ljrond houtlicrn acemt. Jtn-t alt
er tlio oignuizatiou of tlio Pifty-Frcond
congress tlio penator ono day walked
over to tlio houso nud proceeded to go
by tlio doorkeeper.
Ono of tlio (ruariUans not knowhiK
tlio Mississippi stateMiiuii, laid Ills lmud
ou his arm uml tUtaincd liiin.
"Here, sir! I pay, sir, nru you repre
sentative?" ho called out.
"No, sail," said tlio MIss.l.nlpplan
pravcly. "I nm a member, t-ali, of tho
United States Hcmite, nml I rih to seo
Representative Kilgo', ball."
Tills doorkeeper wai ono of Iceman
Turner's nppolutecs, who had cultivated
n i;rim ki'iis-u of humor which lie was in
tbo habit of exploiting at tlio expeure of
men with idiosyncraeies. IIo promptly
Iteprcscntnttvo Kllso. Bab,
I not upon the flu-, fall.
Houcnt liomoM Inilr.pnst IV, rah.
Ami unal be hack tin ia, Bali.
A day or two nftcr t'.itro was a sud
den chango of doorkeepers nt that par
And tho krriwrnf tho dn, sah,
Was heard of licenno will.
U keiit on Ale Ht
An' iir.w t.i Mini Ui lerciiHiit'i, ExcliAliue,
Fiaicl-ru. Cal . where contracts fur odter
tUlof cn be mid tot It.
Has tastes medleinullv. in keenlni; with
other luxuries. A remedy must b
pleasantly uceepUiblo in fi rm, purely
nholekOiiiK In cumpoiltioii. mil hem
(leial in elfei t and enllii h Inn Iron)
tivfry tibji i tion.iole unalily. If ri'.illfl pin, 10 hugs rice, CO packages.
Ill no consults ll ,iiyi;n i.iii; n rouA'iai.iM
houses tho gentli family larulive fijrnp
Monday, Feb 25
O. M. Kellogg for Drays Harbor,
Schooner II O Wnuht for Mahukona
and sail rraneisuo.
Stmr Kuula, Brown, for circuit of
Stmr Ko Au Hou, Thompson, for
Stmr. Mokolii. McUreiror. for Molo
kai and L.anal,
Stmr J nines Makee, Peterson, for
btmr iwalani, freeman, lor
Stmr J A Cummins. Ncilson, for
Circuit or u.ilm.
Scbr Robert Seurle. Sorman. for San
Stmr Ptlo, McAllister, for Walnao
CASS Warrimoo, Bird, for Syd
VESSELS LEAVING, TOMOUIIOW.
Tcesday, Feb 25
Stmr W Q Hall, Simerson, for Maul
Stmr Claudiue. Cameron, for Maul
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai
Stmr Mikahala, Haglund, for
Uark Velocity, Martin, for Hong
IMPOUTH ANII CONSIUNEKS.
Ex Warrimoo from Voncouver, Feb
24 iiiiO tons general merchandise,
Kx Cluudino from Muui. Feb 21'
1IGU1 bags sugar, US1 bags spuds, 291
bans corn. V bairs beans. 47 hoes.
calves, 00 head ot cattle, 2 horses and
LG nkirs sundries.
F.x Mikahala from Kauai, Feb 17
5400 hairs suirar. lor llackfleld & Co
12 buielles, hides, 150 sheep, 40 bags
Try tho "Stitr's"
If IKK1N VKOSI'.I.S EXPECTED
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.,
Cor. Queen and Xuuanu Sts.
Patentetl under the latcn of the Ha
All persona baring claims ngnlnst
the undersigned, whether secured or
unsecured, Hro requested to present
them to him on or before March I, IfcM.
W. S. LUCE.
I. O. Box, 270.
Honolulu, Feb. 2o, 1H05. CW-3t
AUMOUV COMPANY n, FIRST
iifinnieni, National uuard or
P.ier memberof thheommand
is hereby notified to reiorl at
its eoiuliHtlv rooms lueiulav
eeiiing at 7 ::!0 o'clock in fatlguo uni
form. Husluess ot Iiii'Kirtanco, '
THOH. K. WALL
590 2t Captain Commanding,
Hui Repubalika Hawaii.
The above Club will meet to mor
row ureiilng, February 80th, iu tho
American I. ague Hall at 7 p. in. Per
C. WILCOX, Secretary.
Feb. 25, 189.1. 690-It
Election of Ojjicers.
At the Annunl Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Hawaiian Ji.illroad Com
pHiiy Limited, held iu this city Febru
ary 10. ISO.-!, thu following olllecn- wen
elected to servo during tlio ensuing
S. O. Wildor .President
. P Wilder Vino President
C. J. Falk.. Secretary and Treasurer
C. L. Wight Auditor
590 St C. J. FALK, Secretary.
Dissolution of Co-Parlnersbip.
Notice is hereby given that tho part
IKThli heietiifnre existing between J.
N. Wriuht ami T.J. KIiil- k llflYl'11 UH tllU
('alifornia Feed Compiiiv, has this day
uevu MirwuttMi iy mutual consent,
T. J. King will loninif nml pay nil
liabilities nml indebtedness of tho firm
and nil debts ami sums of monev dim
the firm belong uud are payable lb" him.
J. N. WlttCIHT.
T. J. Kl.SG.
Honolulu. February 22. lMt.V
aooo stitcuks a minute
Thh Cclchmted Machine sold by
I beg lo notify mr old customers and
tlio public generally, that I am now con
nected with MessiB. W. U. Peacock &
Co., unJ shall bo pleased to receive
rders on their account.
W. S. LUCE.
Telephone 40. P. O. Upx 501.
Honolulu, fetiruury 21, 1895. 5S7-Iw
Otic ok'tlicsc Shredders
recently been installed at
mill of the Paaliau Plantation
Company, Hamakua, Hawaii,
and Mr. Andrew Moore, the
manager, writes concerning it
I'aauiiau Plantation Co.,
Hauakua. Jan. 10. 1895.
Wm. O. Iuwix.t Co.. Ltd.. 11o.xoi.ulc;
uenti.emc.n lliu null ho Ixx'ii rutinliiir ilur.
ti iw ,'ub. o " i-ufca. win, uiu .niiuiini
Cuno humbler lately Installed, giving tbe
must hat Ufa torv results.
Our mill consists of three. seUot two rol
lers, In. din. liy Ti lu. lung, the khmhler
disc being 5 ft. 7 in. long, driven by an
nutoniatic engine II In. diu. cylinder by 14
Tho ltattoon cane lieluz mil od' is as' hard
as it Is tiOMtiuIe lor cane to be. tiavltu: liceo
hubJocUNl to u severe drought during the
wuoio iieriisi oi its growth, anu growing on
land with u trade wind exjiosuru. Our ex
iierienco 1th tbe Bhi odder, lurtieularlv 1th
above cano, proves It to tie Ju&t w hat our
nuns rwiuireu, tue huremioii c ine Iieing neiu-r
iirejureil to have Its juice extracted than for-
nieny aiwa liassiiig inruugn tuo llrsl mill.
The tlrst mill is now allowed to open U-lllin.
instead of in. as formerly, to that tbe trai.h
...... I.......W .h- nt ...in iit. i .1
It formerly did tbe second, and this without
tho olil timed groaning, choking, and strain,
111 Alldltlr'ri In mv li rpn .lurk nt l?nrrliicfn nml
Wiuo!l materiel 1 hut e just received er S.
usiraha an n-soriuieni or vlIMQUAni?3
for Mirrejs orMtandiliK Ton UUillHlnlJIlO
I'll etiilis; nli. SllrrPSKK., CAKK1SUS
MATS. In Orecn, Blue, Kcd and Orange.
Klrtclasa Uooda eti-rifes to suit the times.
A few of those SAFtlY CAKKIAUb POLK
L'l U U 1 nrp i ll's, u.ll and see tliem.
Lin DULLHm Toa tach lo Hi- da.li of
Veh ciea. A M,tfc.lT C'ONVKtlRM'K TO 1.AU1ES.
as they prertnt the lilies from falling o the
TUUIlil when leavltiL' the rurrlaife. l.aiv
.Uaoltmeut or CARRjABE mm
DASH LEATHER VcW.Vc-
giiii ir r.vi.cox iticvci,i:s.
Sold for Cash or on the Imtalluient l'lan.
No. 1 MASONIC I1LOCK.
8M-m Feb. 30, 1595.
lug of tbe machinery.
liehiud tholitst uml fceeon.l mills we appl
hot water, the quantity for tbo iu.t i2dayi
Shr Maid uf Orleans, 8 K Due
tt br Newslsiy i rum eweastlo lluo
ti 11 Alumeila, Morse, Km l Frail Feb H
Ilk Harry Morn', Newcastle, Feb 2.1
Ilk U U llryant, H F Feb 21
Ilk H C Allen, H V Feb 2(1
Schr Transit, B F March 2
U H Mionora, Colonies March 4
.Ship Uuwaiiau Lies, Newcastle March 13
Bchr Anna,, Norborg, H F w
as jierhUiteuient atUu-bed, has averagtsl
jier cent, ou tue lorai juico irom tuo caue.
Tbe trah Irom tho last mill Is cut up much
liner than liefore tbo Bhroddcr was applied,
mijchof It resembliug saw dust, it contains
as tier statement 1,9 tier cent, of moisture mid
makes gcwl fuel, thu juico from thn lust mill
stands ft degrees unx., so that the moisture
in the trusti is ol A )ier cent, sugar solution
uiu toners in so sLcaui mueu tMisirr inun
1... ... ,.. ... I . I
UllUlVi nun I.IUUU IU IXI Ul.UII UJfeWJ, .ueiii
from blowing oir, w hertvu tiefora great care
was necessary to keep the steam from going
too low wueu tuo run was ou.
11 V tbe use of tho bhredder we have dli
pensed with six men, formerly necBssary to
ulstributo tho cano ou tbe carrier, food tbo
Urst mill, ami tbruvv back tbo long pieces.
Tbe Bbrediler Machinery Is a good sub
stantial joti, ami should i uuse little or no
trouiue.as it is sunjecust to nut light strains.
You will sou that bv annlvimr tho Hhru.1,
der.our noik lu all deurtineuU has Wen
very materially improveai ontuiuiug a
bettor extraction at less exwiie than former
lv. The irroat lmirovemoiit in our staum.
causes much sutisfuctlun to those engaged In
Plans, specifications and price
ot these Shredders may be had
on application to
W. G. IRWIN & Go. Ltd
Sole Agents for tho
For Ten Cents you can seo the irreates
marvel of seieiice.
To day-I HE BARBER SCENE.
Subjects chauued dully at Hart it
Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
hours: U a. m. to 9 p. in. 670 tf
Waikiki Beach Residence
Situated in Kapiolani Park, next to
tho residence of James B. Castle; for
rent, leaso or bate; furnished or unfur
Also 4 acres of good pasturage on
Wilder Arenue, fenced and water, for
sale or lease.
CSTPor further particulars apply to
Diamond Block, King Btreet.
At a meetinc of the shareholders oi
Castle & Cooke, Limited, held ut their
ollice this day, by-laws wcru adopted
aid the following udditiuialoftlcers
were elected aud approved therein.
ueo. r. oasiio.... vicu-rrestdent
J. B. Cnitle Auditor
Tho otlicers of the Corporation, who
also constitute the Board of Ditectors,
are now as follows;
J. B. Atherlon.. President
(1. P. Ciutlo Vice-President
E. I). Teiiiiey Becretary
W. A. Unwell. Treasurer
J. B. .Castle Auditor
a D. TENNEY,
Secretary Castle & Cooke Linilttd. '
Honolulu. II. I. February SUth. lbtti.
"Star" Electric Works