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Tuesday, February 3, 1885.
THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE! BY AUTHORITY. Foreign Office Xollce. It hM pleased His Majesty tUe Klug to graut letters Patent of Denization to Dr. Rolando Kukht.v, And to Jamks Broiik. V.S. AiUolanl Hale, Feb. 2, 19S3. -139 fe0fcw WATER NOTICE. Owing to the scarcity of water, the hours for Irrigation will be limited to 4 hoars per day from S to A.M. and from 4 to 6 P.M., until further notice. CHAfi. B. WILSON. Approved: Ckas. T. Gclick, Minister of Interior. Honolulu, January 30, H5. 4Vi fe3&w The attention of all parties concerned Is hereby called to the following section of the Act relating to the suppression of disease amongst animals. "Skctioj 7 A. It shall be the duty of every person to report immediately to the nearest Ex ecutive Inspector or Inspecting Officer, any ani mal In or about his own premises or the premises of another, wlilch he shall have reason to believe to be affected with any infectious or contagious disease or distemper, abd under a penalty of not less than five aud not more than one hundred dollars for each offense." Th Inspectors referred to in the above section are lr. Brodie, V. S., J. II. Brown, and A. B. Hayley. 467tf&w By Ouuui or liit Hoabo. Interior Depnrtineut. Wealed proposals will be received at the office of the MluWU?r of the Interior until 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 2ua day of February, 183, for the construction of tite works herein name J. Plans and speclncatious luay be examined at the &ftte of the Minister on and after the Uth day of February, 133. The works to be constructed are Flrat The basin of the Storage Reservoir, I.e., removing ail trees and ether vegetable growths, aud excavating and removing all earth and rock within the Indicated lines. aecoud Building a dam of Hrst-.lass rubble masonry laid m full beds of hydraulic cement. Third Laying the line of fifteen and twelve inch pipes and setting gates between the storage reser voir and that of distribution, an J froia the latter to the point ef connection with the pipe system of the city. Note This work may be divided and let in two or three sections. Fourth Constructing the distributing reservoir C isistlng of an excavation lined with hydraulic cement, concrete or brick-work l.ul in full hydraulic cement baJs and Joints, the crosswall asJ bays to 0 similarly constructed ajid the wuole roofed over. ! All proposals must be endorsed "Proposals for (doing the particular work for which the bid Is made). A bond must le executed by the contractor with two (2 approved sureties con Jitioued upon the faithful performance of the contract. The Minister reserves the right to reject the lowest or auy bid. Bids may be made for all the above In one contract. ' CIIAS. T. aULICK, ; Minister of Interior. Interior Office. Dec. 29, 1934. wliO-347 fe7 Sbae llheHoou DuriuK February, 1883. Tli IUmIiijc Hitil Setting of tbo Sun. The sun rises to-tnorrow morning at 6:3 o'clock. The sua sets this evening at 5:49 o'clock. PORT OF HONOLULU. II. 1. ARRIVALS. Monday, February 2. Schr Waioli from Maliko 1)EPARTITR1. Sun day, February 2. Btrur Likelike, Lorenzen, for Kahulnl and Mo lokal at 4 p. in. Stmr W Q Hall, Bates, for Maalaea, Kona and Kau, at 4 p.m. Schr Rainbow, for Koolau Mchr Sarah and Kllaa for Koolau VesMel Leaving This I7. Stmr Klnau, King, for Maul and Hawaii, at 4 P M (Stmr Planter, Cameron, for Nawiliwlli, Waimea Koloa, Eleele and Kekaha, Kauai, at 5 p.m. Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahalna. Jsk-hr Emma lor Koolau Schr Waioli for Laupahoehoe Schr Kaulkeaouli, for Kohala Brit bark Banca, Barberrow, for Portland, O Schr Mile Morris, for Molokai and Lanal Schr Manuokawai, for Koolau Schr Bob Roy, for Koolau JPAS-SEXUEK.S. BKPAKIl'RKS. For Maalaea, Kona and Kau, per W Hall, FebS Z K Meyers, Julian Monsarrat, Miss SK Steee, W II Bailey, Silas Alden, Mrs S II Parsons, 8 Randall, Hon a W'Pilipo and wife, W M Stees, M O Correa. Miss J Brodie, S Savidge, Mrs R Wassmana and child, S K Kaeo and 50 deck For Kahului and Molokai, Feb 2 Hon V D Alexander, W W IUU, Rev R Mackenzie, Rer O Smith, H a Floed, S Selig, H Saw bey, E H Bailey and wife, D Aiwohi SHIPPING XOTD. The Nettie Merrill brought 1400 bag sugar from Lahalna. She sails to-day The Kaulkeaouli brought 2314 bagssi'gar and M hides from Kohala The schr Man a brought 1270 bags sugar from Maliko The chr Waioli brought 671 bags sugar from Maliko The Manuokawai brought 500 bags rice, 114 bogs sugar, and 17 lbs molasses fram Koolau The new steam tug Alert may be expected to day. She Is 11 days out The bark Norman Is 24 days out from San Fran cisco for this port The schr Jennie Walker was hauled upon the Marine. Railway yesterday to be cleaned The bark Hesper is discharging her coal rapidly about 125 tons per day The Am brgtne Consuelo finished unloading her cargo early yesterday morning, and took in nearly 44oo bags sugar from the schooners Kaulkeaouli, Man and "Waioli. She will sail to-morrow after noon for San Francisco with about 600 tons of sugar. The schr Rob Roy bronght 270 bags rice from Koalaa. The schr Emma brought 715 bags sugar from Olowalu, Maui. She sails to-day for Koolau The stmr W O Hall sailed last evening for her usual route, w tk an unusual large amount of cargo, Including some live stock Mr. Z. K. Meyers has gone to Maui to give exhibitior.3 of the hand grenade. Auction Sale Announced. W'KDNKSDAY Lyons t Levey, tinware, etc, at store. Jfo. 83 lluiel street, at 10 a.m. WEDNESDAY K P Adams, household furniture of estate of the late Henry May, at premises, Beretania street, at o'clock a.m. LOCAL 'AND GENERAL. Sir. John Russell is about again, much to the gratification of bis numerous friends, and, we may add, to bis own too. The furniture to be sold to-morrow by ilr. Adams, by order of the Administrators of the late Mr. Slay, will be on view all of to day. The Hawaiian, yesterday, arraigned " Col. Spreckela and bis friends " against " the whole business community." Whew ! ! ; Mr. J. E. Wiseman now has charge of the letting of offices and rooms in the Spreckels Block. The Postmaster-General sends us in the time table of the mail departures for the current month. It i3 a very convenient thing to have to consult. The change in the wind last week which held out the hope that wo might have a little rain from the south, did not fulfil such expectations. The Revs. George Smith and M. McKenzie, with Mr. W. W. Hall, were passengers yes terday by the Likelike for Maui. The gen tlemango up to visit Haleakala, and will, no donbt, have a good time. The officers of the Kohala Sugar Company for the present year are : S. C. Allen, Presi dent; J. Mott Smith, Vice-President ; S. N. Castlo, Treasurer ; J. B. Atherton, Secre tary ; C. M. Cooke, Auditor. The reports regarding Dr. Damon's phys ical condition are not so encouraging as his friends would desire ; but they are hopeful, and we sincerely hope that the reverend gentlemen may be out again soon. The boat clubs are getting ready for a trial of speed on the 23th of March next, that being the anniversary of the founding of the II. Y. B, Club. The champions must look to it that their laurels are not taken away from them on that occasion. i- The tug-boat Alert, which is understood to have been purchased by this Government for towing purposes, was to have left San Francisco on the 23rd of January. More likely she got off on the 23th, aud with the strong head winds now blowing, can hardly be due before the 8th to the 10th instant. Messrs. Lyons & Levey sold two pieces of land at auction yesterday. One, a piece of little more than five acres in Koolaupoko, was sold to His Majesty the King for $400. The other, a small piece of 7-100 tbs of an acre, in Waikiki, was sold to Mr. Lazerus for $150. Professor Alexander went up to Molokai yesterday for the purpose of completing the survey of that island, and also to verify the correctness of the lines connecting Molokai with the rest of the group. The Professor will be gone at least two weeks if not a month. t The Union Feed Company have accepted the charter granted them, and the following officers have been elected : H. R. Macfar lane, President ; Bruce Cartwright, Vice President ; F. W. Macfarlanc, Treasurer ; Bruce Cartwright, Auditor ; W. S. Hanks, Secretary ; A. J. Cartwright, J. H. Paty, G. W. Macfarlane, Directors, A young native girl about nine years old was severely burned last Saturday evening. She was in a house near Palace walk, and was trying to reach a calabash of poi, which was on a shelf, when her dress caught fire from a candle which was behind her. She ran across the room screaming, and her parents caught hold of her and extinguished the fire, but not before her back was some what severely burned. A similar case oc curred at Waikiki a week ago last Saturday. In this last case the girl was taken care of at her own home. - Now that the Survey Bureau has moved into their new quarters, the room lately oc cupied by them in the Government building will be utilized by arranging in it the Gov ernment law library. Mr. Foster informs us that the intention is to draw back the sliding doors between the present office and the makai room, and then arrange a passage way down the centre of the present office, with desks on each side. This passage-way will be the one leading to the new library room as the present lobby will be closed, and in its space will be built a largo vault for the Court records and other valuable papers. This vault will be built directly over, and be of the same size as one on the ground floor. It will be nineteen feet long and 6 feet 7 1 inches wide. Mr. Foster will have his desk on the right of the passage way, and Messrs. Smith and Poor will aldo have accomodations ou the other side. It will take some little time to make these changes, but when the work is done it will give much needed room. SUPREME 00UET-JANUARY TERM. 1885. On Saturday last, before the Chief Justice, Mr. W. R. Castle, counsel for Hiram Bridges, convicted of manslaughter, was allowed until the 7th February to file a bill of exceptions. Iu the case of Chock tlunc. embezzlement, Mr. Hartwell, for the defendant was allowed until the 7th February to file a bill of excep tions. J. W. Keliikoa and J. H. Barenaba, com plaint of mal-practice, were directed to pay certain moneys into Court before noon of the ' 9th, or else 6how cause why they bhould not I stand convicted for contempt of Court. j The Court directed that the defendant's j motion in the case of D. W. Luha et al. v. A, ; Fernandez, for a new trial, be argued during j the vacation. i i Mr. A. Mikalea was granted a licence to practice law in Police and District Courts. Mr. J. K. Nahale was ordered to appear for further examination at the July term. The balance of the cases on the calendar not otherwise disposed of stand over until tho April term. I'oliee Court. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE EICKEETGV. Monday, Feb. 2. . Tw Hawaiian and two foreigners con- 10 ! tributt-d au aggregate of $35 to the public ! treasury fur rioting and disturbances. . " ' Four drunks forfeited SC each. ; A native woman and a half-white paid, ! the f.M mcr S15 and the latter for adul tery. The cu.se of Metcaif, on trial for p-.rjury, was takvii up, Mr. Thompson sptaring f r the dc-fehse, and Mr. Thurston conducting the prosecution. Ihe laeuriiig of the case occupied the Court the rest of the day, and late in the afternoon the accused was com mitted to appear at the next term of the Supreme Court in April. A Serious Acciileut. Yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock as Mr. C. B. Wilson's little boy was flyinar a kite in the yard of St. Andrew's Cathedral he fell and broke his arm just above the wrist. A Police Court Kpisixle. Scene, the Court-room. Time 9 a. m. The Court about to open. Outside, the Palauia 'bus coming up the street, it's fish-horn faintly heard. The Judge: "The Court will now conic to order." (Fish-horn, faintly, "U-U tay taty-U-ta) " "call the first case." The first case is called, and the prisoner is informed what the charge is. He commences au explanation, which is inter rupted by the Judge. "Do you plead guilty?" (As he is about to reply the fish horn breaks in a good deal louder: "Ta-a-a-ty pooty-poo-tarty-ta-a-a!" Then the Judge is heurd to say "You are fined" (fish-horn "twa-a-a-aty, toot-ty to-o-o-o-ty-tar-r-rty to-toot-too-tootar-r-r!l") "six dollars, and" (fish-horn, tar-tar-tar-r-rty, poo-o-poo-o-tar-r-rty-arty-ty-tar-r-rtypoo-ot!!! ") "aud three dollars and ten cents costs." "The Planter' Monthly." The Planters' Monthly for February is at hand, and, like the previous numbers, con tains much of interest. A report is given of the last meeting of the Trustees, and we notice that it is stated that iu reply to the circular letter sent to planters in regard to Portuguese co-operative labor, only four written replies were re ceived, and only one of these were in favor of the project. This is a much smaller result than might have been expected. Still, it is to be hoped that the planter who ex presses himself willing to take twenty-five of tho Portuguese on favorable terms, will find tho experiment so successful as to in duce others to come forward and take more. Mr. Joseph Marsdeu, who is visiting the New Orleans Exhibition, is announced as the representative of the Planters' Company, and we suppose that in the next number of the Monthly wo may expect to hear some thing from him of interest to all. Attention is called to a machine for ' shredding " cane before it reaches the rolls. It is claimed that this machine makes a difference of ten per cent, in the amount of juice obtained, besides the saving in time gained by the greater quantity of cane passed through the rolls in a day. A very good paper ou "The Moral Res ponsibility of Corporation Directors is worth reading by all men of business. The subject of Homesteads for Immigrants is dealt wan in a snort article, anu it u urged that immediate action be taken by the Minister of the Interior in the matter. There are other subjects touched upon, and the whole number is, as we have said, a very good one. CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the statements made, or opinions expressed by our corespondents. Mr. Editor. Favor me with a fiat con tradiction of the statement of the police re porter of the Bulletin of the 2nd inst., that II. Luning was fined $10 for disturbing the peace of the night. That the said reporter is utterly incompetent to attend to any of the duties pertaining to his office, daily facts as per issue plainly show; but that such errors should be permitted reflects alike on the editor, manager and reporter, and unless an apology be tendered, I will take legal measures for redress,. Yours, etc., J. W. Lcxi.no. Honolulu, Feb. 2, 1SS5. Skilled workmen in Naples earn on'y 30 ? rlents a clay. Their food and lodgings icost them nearly that every day. , . . . . - 3dwttscmentis. P7F1 3 I ' i LSLfU Absolutely Pure. Thi3 powder never varies. A marvel of purity, ebrength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in com petition with tho multitude of lownest, abort weight, alum or phosphate powders. SoldosztvS CASS. ROTAI. IiAia POWfcE C.. 103 V&U&J N. Y. 2S0 tf J ffROYAl. MffiKf J Nj feVrrSvrlffrl n n ii ii V G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., Cor. Fcrt.& Queen Sts., HONOLULU, H. I. Sole Ageuts for thl Favorite Brand of OH AMPAGrNE. 470 tf&w "COEDON BOUGE" EXTRA DRY DRWAeflAY' I "Ml,.... WSW JOnTAIIOi!! 84.423 G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., Cor. Fort & Queen Sts., HONOLULU, H. I. Sole AjrentH for this Favorite Itraiui of CFIAMPAGNE. tf A w FOR SALE! TIIK Honolulu Almanac AND DIRECTOEY. AX OFFICIAL AND Business Directory of Honolulu, TOGETHER WITH FI LL Statistical k General Information Delating to Iie Ilaw'n Inlands. For Sale by J.M.Oat, Jr., & Co AXD AT The P.C. Advertiser Office. PRICE, FIFTY GTS. PER COPY Honolulu, January 27, 1S33. GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY, Si. Louis, Mo. Manufacture and Supply all kinds of Hook. Newfi, ' Flat ana Isabel I'aper, UinilerV Hoards, Twiues, Etc. W. G. RICHARDSON ItESIDENT AGENT, 205 Leldesdorff .Street. Telephone No. 47. SAN FRANCISCO. B.Speoial Attention given to Lare Contract 474 ttiw Notice to the Public. The Elite ICE CREAM PARLORS ! Ice Cream will be served at tlic SARATOGA HOUSE, on Hotel Street, until Further notice. arOjitu Daily nntil lO IM. Orders received and carefully attended to. Weddings and Parties supplied. Telephone 181. Our cart with Celebrated Ice Cream wiU make its usual route in the evening. 466 tf NOTICE. The People's Ice Company, That Reduced the price of Ice to )i cents per lb., Will be prompt In commencing the delivery ICE to their new customers who have given their orders to be served ou and after January 1st, 1335. 332-jH.11 E. S. CUNHA. R etall Wine Dealer, Fulou Saloon, In the rear of the Hawaiian Gazette Building, o. aa ilercDant street. 9-wtt ml hipping. FOR SAN FRANCISCO THE FAVORITE BRIOANTINE CONSUELO. COUSINS Master Will have quick dispatch for the abov port. For freight or passage apply to 4S3 tf CASTLE & COOKE. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. THE NEW AND ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS 'MARIPOSA' & 'ALAMEDA Will leave Honolulu and San Francisco ou the FIRST and FIFTEENTH of each menth. PASSENGERS may have their names booked In advance by applying at the office of the Agents. PASSENGERS by this line are hereby notified that they will be allowed 250 pounds of baggage FREE by the Overland Railway whea traveling East. EXCURSION TICKETS for round trip, 125. Good to retdrn by any of the Company's steamers within ninety days. MERCHANDISE intended for shipment by this Ine will be received free of charge, in the Com pany's new warehouse, and receipts Issued for same. Insurance on merchandise in the wareh ouse will be at owners' risk. WILLIAU ii. IHWIN Jk. CO., PACIFIC MIL STEAMSHIP CO T1MK TVHIJi. PACIFIC MAIL S.S. CO. For San Francisco Zealandia On or atout Feb. 15. For Auckland and Sydney : Australia ..On or about Feb. 21. 123-tfwtr PETER D ALTON, ISTo. 91 Kins St. Once more solicits the patronage and support of those who for twenty years knew and dealt with him Plain Talk Pays Always. Peter has for many years worked for and en deavored to please every class Of the community from the highest In the laud down to the humblest of the working classes, and he can say that during that time be never made an enemy or lost a cus tomer. Now he has again put his hand to the plow, and Is as well able and willing to give honest work, good material, and fair value for money hs ever yet was done iu the Hawaiian Islands. Has always on hand Kiugle and Double Harness. Express Harness, Plantation llaruea. Whips, Spurs, ' Chamois, Hponges, Brushes, Aud everything requisite for the Stable. 7A full line of English aud Sydney Saddles, Saddle Cloths, Blankets, etc., always la stock. What he has not got be can make. 290 my2G-diw ATTENTION ! (6 WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, Nquruii Street, Honolulu, II. I. Offer for sale at Lowest Market Rates, Geerge Goulet Champagne, pints aud quarts Chas. Farre ' Carlton Frere Fine Old California Brandy (in bulk). Pure Virginia White Rye Whiskey, Budweiser Lager Bier, pints and quarts. A Large and well Selected Stock o ALES, BEERS, WI3f.ES, SPIRITS, Ete. Always ou hand and for sale at prices that def competition. Country orders solicited. Ad goods guaranteed. Telephone No. 46. P. O. Box 363. 131-ti CONOVER BROS'. PIANOS, 105 EAST HTH ST., NEW YORK- Thenost artistic Upright Pianos ever produced, both for quality of tone and wonderful and elastic actions. The coming upright pianos of the world. Send for Illustrated catal6gue, description and prices to F. W. RPEXCER CO., Pacific Coast Agents, 23 and 25 Fifth Street. SAN FRANCISCO. 475 tfAw FREETH PEACOCK ... , ipsa mi I a 1 !- . I '. . v-- r ' THE WHITE HOUSE. MESSES. RAPHAEL WEILL & CO. Hare the honor fto announce to their numerous customers oi tk Hawaiian islands tnat tney are prepared to take Special Ordera isr all kinds of Merchandise in the DEY GOODS LI2STE, To be executed in Paris by their buyers, and delivered in Honolulu, i via San Francisco, in transit. We beg further to call their attention to our long established house, known all over the Pacific for its honorable .dealings, and bej to assure them that we will spare no pains to contmuo to desexro their patronage. All Orders Promptly Executed, and Samples ncnt on Application. N. W. Corner Kearny and Post Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. 447 Headquarters -FOR HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS I HOLIDAYS I FOB Santa Glaus ! Santa FOR- Christmas Presents ! New Year s Gifts ! Every Day a Grand Opening Day New Goods are Dany being Placed on lour Counters as soon as Room is Slade. 3Tw Arrive! from England, tI AnstraU, per P. XS.tt. Z&!4 :! f IfTemler 33rd, Terra Cott Figures, Bisque Fignrei, Ala baster Figures, Hot to Caps and Saucers, Fine Moustache Cups, China Yases, Bohemian Yases, China and Bisque Ornaments, Rose Ornaments. Ladies' Bags, Work Boxes, Sersp Albums, Dress ing Cases, a Fine Line, Ladies' Fans, Yelret Frames, (elegant finish) , a splendid assort ment of Ladies' and Gents' Purses, Toilet Sfets, Canrer, Bread Knires, Scissors. Cups, Saucers, Dishes, Bowls, Plates, Jugs, Ewers and Basins, Tea Tots, Coffee Pots, Parian Figures, Flower Stands, Bouquet Iloldart, Billiard Chalk, Fancy China Ware, Granite Ware, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETE., ETC., ETC. . E?"Recollect we throw out no leaders. Every article speaks for ltalf. and we sell as low as the lowest, and you will find always perhaps lower. KE3ST2STEDY & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in House Furnishing GootU, Fanzy Articles, Notions, Novelties. Specialties, Etc. P.li. BOX 3S0, HONOLULU. :o: tor- :o:- ap23Aw for Supplies THE- Claus ! Santa Claua ! Christmas Presents 1 New Years Gifts! Pocket Knires, Tea, Call aud BL.nr Ui, Fine Ink Stands, Accordos tha h4t manufactured, Bell Battles, Bufclur Dolls, Mouth Organs. Trail pts, Clarionottet, Cabiniti, Elegant Dressed Dolls, Fine Stationery, Boxes, Cases and Backs, Cabinet Alburts, Lustres, Glass Sets, Croukerj Ware, Toilot Soap, Pianos, B1IJ Work, Dinner Bets, Color Soxts, Table Mats, Tea Bets, China, Tia, XUl. 218 U