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Tuesday, February 17, 1885.
THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER BY AUTHORITY. Foreign Offlce Notice. E It kaowa to ftll whom It may concern, tbat J1B KAKAUL'RA, EsQCIBE, arlaf presented to this Department bis Com mUsloa Irom His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Jps,a, which Is found t be la due form, he the said Jiko Naicavcba, Esquire Is hereby olcnowledxed by order of Ula Majesty the King M Consul for the Empire of Japan at Honolulu; and all his official acts, as such, are ordered to retelTe full faith and credit by the authorities of this Oorernment. WALTER M. OIB-iOX, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Foreign Office, Honolulu, Feb 13, 1S95. 513 oio Hla Majesty the King has been pleased to make the following promotions and appointments to the Boyal Older of Kalak&ua: His Excellency W. M. Gibson, Minister of For eign Affairs and Premier; promoted to be Grand Officer. His Etcelleucy C. T. Ouliclc, Minister of the Interior, promoted to be Grand Officer. Hon. H. A. Wlderuann, promoted to be Orand Officer. His Excellency Paul Neumann. Attorney-Oen-ral, to be Knight Commander. Colonel the Hon. C. P. laukea, to be Knight Commander. Mr. K. I. Q. Steele, to be Knight Commander. Dr. O. Trousseau, to be Knight Companion. Col. J. H. Boyd, to be Knight Companion. Major Antone Rosa, to be Knight Companion. Hon. L. Ah&Io, to be Knight Companion. Honolulu, February 12, 1SS5. 51-felS3tw Foreign Office Notice. It has pleased His Majesty the King to grant Letters Patent of Denization to VOLXKT VAJIAAJfCOUKT ASHFOSD, Kk4- AlfloUnl Hale, Feb. 11, 1335. 5l7tf The attention ol all parties concerned is hereby oalted to the following section of the Act relating to the suppression of diseasa amongst animals. "Sbctioj 7 A. It shall b the duty of every person td report Immediately to ttie nearest Ex catire Inspector.or Inspecting Oracer, any anl taal In or about his own premises or the premises of aaether, which he shall have reason to believe to be affected with any Infectious or contagious' atsease or distemper, ahd under a penalty of not less than five, and not more than one hundred dollars for each offense." The Inspectors referred to In the above section are Dr. Brodie, V. S., J. II . Brown, and A. B. Hayley. 467U&w Br Order or the Board. JTfcae ortbeSIoon l a ring: February, 1885. D. II. M. KewMeoa 14 3 First Quarter 21 12 00 m - Full Moon .. 2 05 29 r.u The BIslHST Setting: of the Sun. The san rises to-morrow morning at 6:33 o'clock. Tke sun sat this evenluK at 5:Sfi o'clock. COMMERCIAL. Tuesday, Febrnary 17, 1335. During the past week the receipts of domestic produce have been as follows: Sugar, 21,860 bags; paddy and rice, 2055 bags; hides 52 pes; skln, 150, The arrivals have been the Am steam-whaler Mary nd Helen, Brit stmr Arabic, Am brgtne Clans Spreckels from San Francisco, Am bktne Amelia from Port Townsend, and Brit stmr Zea landla from the Colonies. The departures comprise the French corvette Kerguelen for Yokohama, Brit stmr Arabic for a cruise. Am whaler Mary aad Helen for the Arctic, and the Am scbrNorwcy, S SMaripo3a aud SS Zealandla for San Francisco. PORT OF HONOLULU. 11. 1. DEPARTURES. Monday, February 16. Stmr Likellke, Lorenzen. for Kahulul and way ports at 4 p.m. fctmr Watmanalo, Nellson, for Walmanalo Schr Manuokawal, for KooIjiu Schr Rob Koy, for Koolau TeMeU L,eaviuiT Tlii 0ay. Stmr Kinau, King, for Maul and Hawaii, at 4 r.v. Stmr Planter, Cameron, for NawlUwill, Walmea Koloa, Eleele and Kekalia, Kuuul, at 5 p.m. Btnir C R B4shop." Macauley, for HaiiHmauIn, Kllauea and Hanalei, Kauul, via Waianae, Oahu, at 12 W Bctar Kawallant for Koolau chr Rainbow, for Koolau Bchr t'aterlna for Hanalei 8ehr Mile Morris, for Molokal and Lanal Bohr Ehukal for W'alalua Schr Waiiele. for Maliko Schr Nettie Merrill for Iahalna Schr Emma lor Koolau and Ileia FORE1MX V ESS ELM IV POST. Am bark Hesper.from Newcastle. NSW Brit bark Dacca, Perry, from St Michaels Am bark Forest Queen, from San Francisco, Am schr Rosalind, from Humboldt Bay, Cal Oer bark Meteor, Classen, from Bremen Am brgtne Claus Spreckels, Drew, from San Francisco Am bktne Amelia, Nenhall. from Port Towns cod Teasels Expected from Foreign JPort. Steamship Alameda. U G Morse, from San Francisco, due Feb 23 Steamship Australia, Gbesi, from San Francisco, die Feb 23 Brit bark Orient, from Liverpool, due April Haw bark Thos R Foster, from Newcastle, N S W, due Feb 20 , , Steamship Mount Lebanon. D Maxwell, from Hongkong, via Yokohama, now due s jtark Chasca(Brit). from Liverpool Haw steam-bark Morning Star, Bray, from Bos- ta,duFeb4 Bark Mendota. from New York, due Mar 1-20 Am brgtne J D Spreckels, Fries, from San Francisco, due at Kahulul, Jan 10-15 , Am bk Ceylon, Barstow, from Hongkong, due Feb 2 Am ship Melrose, from Victoria, B C, due Feb ls-1 . Am bktne M Wlnkleman, Backus, from San Francisco, Feb 13 Brit bark James O Blaine, trom San Pedro, due' March ; . Am bark C O Whltmore, R Calhoun, from Port Towmsend. due Mar 10 - Am term Eva, from San Francisco, due Mar 1 ' Am tern Joseph Runs, from Eureka, due Mar 7 Brit bark Birmah, Witts, front Glasgow, due April 30 Haw schr Jennie Walker, Holland, from Fan sing's Island, due March .Am Brgtne Consnelo, Cousins, from San Fran cisco, due Mar 17 ' Am bark Amy Turner, xewell, from Hongkong due March 1 to 5 P M 8 8 City of Sydney (Am), Dearborn, from the Colonies, due March 15 FASSEXGERH. ARRIVALS. From Labalna, per schr. Nettie Merrill. Feb 15 His Excellency and Mrs J M K3pena and 5 ser vants, Miss L Kapena. DEPARTURES. For Kahulul and Hana. per Llkelike, Feb 16 Hiel Kapa, A M Sproull, W C Wilder, O P Wilder, CPt C Seeberg. Mrs H F Hebberd, Mrs E Smith, P M Booney, t McCrosson. Mill 111X0 NOTES. Ths Am bark ITesper will take about 1200 tons sugar for San Francisco, next Thursday, bhe will finish loading to-day, and to-morrow her sails will bo bended, ready for sea. - The schooner Courtney Fort saikKl from Kahu lul last Tuesday, for San Francisco, with 10,St bags sugar. The steamer Likellke towed her out. The schooner Waiiele brought 1110 bags sugar from Maliko. The schoener Ehukal brought 2H bags sugar from Walalua. The Llkelike took yesterday two of the newly arrived Japanese for Sheriff Everett of Maul. The British bark Dacca will sail for San Fran, c'sco with 1000 tons of sugar and rice about next Thursday. The schr Rosalind has been chartered by Messrs W O Irwin A Co to take sugar to San Francisco. She will probably sail to-morrow with about 1100 bags sugar and rice. The bark Hesper will sail for San Francisco the latter end of this week. A new foretopmast for the brgtne Claus Spreck els U now being made, and will be In place to morrow. A new propeller for the tug Alert was brought down by the brgtne Claus Spreckels. Messrs II Hackfeld fe Co's steam scow will com mence hoisting bricks from the bark Hesper to day. Auction Sales Announced. M RCII 23th E P Adams, homesteads, at sales room, at noon. a. WKiXESDAY-E P Adams, furniture, etc., at the residence of the late Mrs M R Chase, 47 Emma street, at 10 o'clock a.m. LOCAL AND GENERAL. It id announced that Professor Agassiz KH deliver a lecture at an early date for the benefit of the Honolulu Library. His Excellency J. If. Kapena, with Mrs. Kapena and llias Kapona, arived in town from Lahama by the Nettie Merrill on Sun day. Mr. C. J. Lyons reports the thermometer at 65 yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. In another locality it stood at 68 at the same time. "We call attention to the essay on Horse breaking by Mr. C. B. Miles, which occupies a column space in this day'a issue of the Adtebtiseb. The subject is thoroughly ex hausted. The lecture on " Moral Science," delivered by Professor Wayland at Eawaiahao Church last Sunday evening, was well attended by a native audience, to whom the words of the speaker were interpreted by Rev. IT. H. Parker. The first mail for Japan containing letters written by the lately-arrived immigrants, went forward by the Mariposa last Saturday. In future a " through bag " will probably be furnished for this correspondence. A new building is rising Phoenix like (to use a strictly original term) from the ashes of the late fire on Fort street. When com pleted it will be occupied by the Germania Market. On the same burnt-over space another building is being built, which will be ready for occupancy very soon. ,Tho will of the late S. C. Damon was filed in the Supreme Court last Friday, together with a petition for probate of the same. The estimated value of the real estate left by the deceased is $32,000, and the personal property at $22,000. Mr. S. M. Damon is the executor named in the will. March 15th has been set as the day for hearing proofs. In a review of the sugar trade of the United Slates for 1831, published in the Shipping and Commercial List of New York, occurs the following unconsolatory paragraph : " In almost every sugar pro-, ducing country the latest advices received point to a supply of cane and beetroot in excess of last year, but how much of this will be harvested and turned into sugar will be determined by the future market value of the commodity." A unique and charming work of art in book-making is the Report of General Van Buren on the Labor System of Japan to the United States Government. Each page of of the Report is embellished with drawings by Japanese artists, the designs being in accordance with the text of the pajje. The figures are sketched with delicate grace and wonderful fidelity to nature. Every lino has a meaning, and the whole volume is a rare collection of graphic and realistic scenes in Japan life. ; Professor Agassiz has returned from his trip to the volcano and points of interest oa Hawaii and Maui, and expresses himself delighted with his visit. He had fine weather the whole time, and made a close examination of the volcanic features of the country. Both in going and coming the Professor had an opportunity to study the " weathering " of the Hawaii and Maui coast, and also visited the famou3 valley of Ir.o, back of Wailuku. This the Protessor considers a wonderful example of erosion. The sand dunes on the peninsula between East and West Maui he considers to be as fine as any to be found anywhere. It is to be hoped that we may have the pleasure of listening to a lecture from the distinguished savant before he leaves the Islands. Oeneral Van Baren's Japan. Lecture on The hall of the Y. M. C. A. building was filled last night with ait interested audience, who enjoyed listening to a well-written and well-delivered lecture on Japan. The speaker, who, by reason of his long residence in Japan and the opportunities ho has had, through his official position as Consul-General of the United States to that empire, to examine into the different phases of life there, has qualified himself to speak knowingly of the country, sketched for his audience a graphic picture of the physical, social, moral and political status of tho Japanese. He commenced by referring to the study of mankind as one of the most interesting that could employ the intelligence of think ing men. ne showed in a few brief sen tences how that the question of labor was one that was of primary importance in this study, and that claimed the attention of all nrtrfl.n TrtATl fa A brief description of the Japanese arcLi- pelago followed, and the topography of thj empire was described, so ag to give a clear idea of the physical circumstances under which the Japanese lived, and moved, and had their being. The marvelous richceBS of the soil was alluded to a richness that was not to be fully developed without the application of chemical constituents that it naturally lacked. The climate was described as ranging from the snows of Gedzo to the fair valleys of Satsumo; and within these limits it was mtHtioned could be found .very degree of heat and cold proper to the latitude. The Government was described. Allusion was made to the ancient form of an abso lute, irresponsible Tule of an Emperor, who was at the head of all authority by divine right. He ruled through feudal princes, who had their own immediate superior, the Shuzan or Tycoon. All the land.was the Emperor's. Through the Tycoon it was granted to military favor ites, and they leased to farmers, who were tenants at will. The religion of the great mass of the people was formerly that of Buddhism, and they also believe in demons and evil spirits. The lecturer alluded to the work done by the early missionaries, and gave a descrip tion of the present state of religious feeling in the etipiru. Education and medical science were touched upon, and very many other topics of interest were alluded to. The lecture was one that deserves much morn than the brief notice that we can give it this morn ing, and we hope that it may be laid before the public in such a form that it may be enjoyed by others than those whose privi lege it was to hear it delivered. We regret that General Vau Buren was laboring under an attack of his old enemy, the gout, which made it a by no means easy task to deliver the lecture with which we were so much pleased. Nupreine Court. W. M. Gibson, et al., Commissioners, ts. J. H. Soper, etl. In equity. Before Mc Cully, Judge. The Attorney-General for plaintiffs ; A. S. Hartwell for defendants. The case was argued and submitted. Thomas F. Kennedy vs. James Johnson. In equity. Before McCully, Judge. Set for hearing on Wednesday, the 13th instant, at 1p.m. Bankruptcy of Kennedy & Co, Before McCully, Judge. Set for hearing on Wed- i nesday, the 18th instant, at 11 A. M. Wilder & Co. .vs. C. J. Wall et al. Con tinued for the term. Will ba heard before Judd, Chief Justice", to-day. Guardianship of Kaulukoa (w) et al. Before Austin, Judge. This case, which was to have been heard yesterday morning, was continued until Thursday next. Police Court. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE BICKEBTOX. Monday, Feb. 16. The Court-room was crowded this morning with those for whom Chinese New-Year was too strong. The first batch was of eight, who came up as drunks, and was disposed of at the rate of $6 each. In addition to this, Napoleon got twenty days' hard labor as " an old offender." Quite a number of Chinamen were accused of violating the Sabbath (keeping New-Year) , and those that appeared were let off with a fine of $1 each aud costs, while those who forfeited their bail lost $10 each. 'Still other Chinamen were found guilty of furious driving, and fined $5 each, with costs. Kelamanohi was accused of stealing some ducks on the night of the night of the 9th. Pleaded guilty, and was remanded until to morrow (this) morning. Kamakahiki pleaded guilty of obtaining $50 from the Koloa Sugar Company under false pretences, and was fined $50, and $7 costs. Mr. Oeding was charged with allowing his express wagon (which is licensed) to be driven by an unlicensed driver. His case comes up this (Tuesday) morning. ISLAND NOTES Hon-okaa, Hawaii, Feb. 12, 1885. A movement has been set on foot to establish au English church in Honokaa and Paauilo, and subscriptions are now being taken up for the support of a minis ter. So far, those who have been called ou have contributed very liberally .This is a waut which has long been felt in this district, -aud now that it has been Btarted, the foreigners are determined that it shall be a success. The church site has already been set apart. Real estate in the vicinity of the butcher shop in Honokaa is beginning to depreciate in value, owing principally to that estab lishment having been turned into a kind of a ' variety theater," the stock actors of which are a butcher with a broken leg, who plays a kind of a mongrel instrument be tween a Portuguese guitar and a Chinese fiddle with one string, and a boy with a bass drum, with an occasional interlude, wherein another Kanaka, who figures in a wife beating scene (the latter is real no acting about it), the whole performance winding up with a dismal howl from a pack of mangy cur dogs, which is kept up all night. Messrs. Horner & Sons' new mill at Ko holalele started up on last Monday, and re port 6ays it is doing good work. CORONATION DAY AT LAHAINA. Lahaixa, Feb. 13, 1SS5. The second city of the Kingdom put on holiday attire yesterday and enjoyed her self. Almost everybody took a rest from labor, and felt thankful that Coronation Day gave an extra excuse for being a little more lazy than usual. Some people say (and some of them live in good old La haina. I am sorry to chronicle) that this delightful city by the sea has degenerated, but these poor people are to be pitied.. They think more of a cut rial than of health, comfort, quiet, and everything that tends to make life enjoyable. The event of the day was a luau at Lanikeha. the residence of V Mr. Oihon. Mr. anl Mm. F. FT. Havselrlert. did the honors. Tho luau was tha resnlt of J a combined arrangement, and was a marked success. The credit of the affair should be awarded to His Excellency J. M. Kapena (who with his family has been enjoying our dilighlful climate for two or three weeks) , Mr. and Mr3. H. Turton, Mrs. Dickenson and Dr. Kuehn. The most delightful music was rendered during the luan by a band of minstrels, under the ablo leadership of Mr. Kia Nahaolelua. The tables were laid on the makai lanai of ths Lanikeha House, and the lanai had been previously can vased in on the sides. The tables ware loaded with flesh, fish and fowl in abun dance ; whole pigs, turkeys, chickens, fish, etc., in all styles boiled, baked, luaued, baked in imus, etc., etc. Drinkables were in abundance, and a merry time was en joyed by all until 2 a. si. this morning, when this delightful party broke up. The only toast was that of His Majesty the 'King, heartily drank by all in champagne. while the band played " Hawaii Ponoi." After the luau the minstrels sang and played, while the youths and maidens gave interesting exhibitions of their skill in dancing. The evening was kept unusually lively by the letting off of ' numberless Chi nese bombs and crackers. A salute. of 21 bombs was fired in honor of the day. The natives came from all directions, attracted by the bombs and music, and although there was no general invitation, yet all who came found lots to eat and drink and plentv of fun and good will. God bless the King ! Malleable glass, as pliable as india- rubber, is the reported discovery of a man in Parkersburg, W. Va. AUCTION SALE. 1 Homesteads. Br order of HEJfRY K. MACFARLANE, KdQ., I will offer at Public Auction, Saturday. March 28th, At 12 o'clock, noon, at my Salesroom, UNLESS PREVIOUSLY DISPOSED OF AT PRIVATE SALE. Those Nplendid Lots on the Corner of Beretanla anil Piikol Sts. Subdivided as follows into House Lots, and at the following upset prices, from which there can be no variation: Lot 1100 feet bv 150 feet. Beretania Street. Upset price, $1500. Lot 2 100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau Street. Upset price, $1200. Lot 3100 feet bv 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset price, $1400. Lot 4100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau Street. UpBet price, $1100. Lot 5 100 feet by 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset price, $1400. Lot 6100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau Stree. Upset price, $1100. Lot 7100 feet by 300 feet, with the build ings thereon. Upset price, $2400. Lot 8100 feet bv 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset priee, $1250. Lot 9100 feet by 150 feet, Younr Street. Upset Price, $900. Lot 10 100 feet by 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset price, $1250. Lot 11100 feet by 150 feet, Young Street. Upset price, $900. The upper lots were purchased by Mr. Macfarlane for a residence, and for the pur pose of improvement, it has had great care and cultivation, so that at '- "sent it is well covered by a large variety o. trees, as well as a choice collection of plants and flowers, all in bloom. Among the fruit and shade tree3 will be found the Traveler's Tree, the Royal Palm, the Wine Palm, the Lemon Tree, the an Palm, the Cocoanut, the Japanese Orange, the Poneiana Regia, the Mandarin Orange, the Fig Tree, the Alligator Pear, th Alger- oba and others. In Roses and Flowers ther are a great variety, which must be seen to be appreciated. Water pipes are laid on in each of Lots Nos. 1 to 7, inclusive, and 50 feet of hose will reach any part of them. These lots are situated just in the centre of the Kalaokahua Plains, on the principal street leading from Honolulu, and are within twenty minutes' walk from town, as well as being upon tht omnibus route to Punahou. I shall offer them on very favorabl terms for purchasers, namely: One-Fourth Cash, and balance in equal payments of one, two, three and four years, with interest at per cent, secured by mortgage. This division of payments, and low rates of iuterest, allows one for a comparatively small sum annually paid for four years, to become the owner of a beautiful homestead lot. Parties desiring lots must make early ap plication, as we shall sell at private sale to those who first apply. Plans of the property can be seen at my office. Deeds at Purchasers Expense. E. P. ADAMS, 809 mar2s Auctioneer. NOTICE. OIT A2VD AFTER THIS DATE ALL OUR account will be rendered homelt Instead of quarterly, m heretofore. a. J. LKVET A CO. Honelalu, Feb. Ind, 1885. 497 tl FOREST MARKET. Corner Hotel and Union Streets, BRANCH OF El'REKA MARKET. The undersized will open this new market with the choicest beet, veal and mutton. Also Fresh Pork Sansages made every day Blood and Lirer Sausages and Bo logna a Specialty. All orders promptly attended to. Respectfully, GEO. D. SC1IBAEDEB. Forest Market, Telephone No. 365. Eureka Market, Telephone No. Hi. 434-aplO Feaiitifu hipping. FOR SAN FRANCISCO THE FAVOUITK ERIGAXTINK CIATJS SPRECKELS W P EREW '. - Master Will have quick despatch for the above port. For freight or passage apply to 524 tf W. O. IRWLX CO. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. THE 3fKW AND ELEOANT STEAMSHIPS 'MARIPOSA' & 'ALAMEDA.' Will leave Honolulu and San Francisco on the FIRST and FIFTEENTH of each menth. PASSENGERS may have their names bookeu 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 when traveling East. EXCURSION TICKETS for round trip, il25. Good to return by any of the Company's steamers within ninety days. MERCHANDISE intended for shipment by this lne will be received free of charge, in the Com pany's new warehouse, and receipts Issued for same. Insurance on merchandise In the ware- ouae will be at owners' risk. WILLIAM . IRWIS fc CO., PACIFIC MAIUTEAMSMP fO TIME TABLE. PACIFIC MAIL S.S.C0. For San Francisco Australia On or about March 13, For Auckland and Sydney : Australia On or about Feb. 21. 123-tfwtl CONOVER BROS'. 105 EAST HTH ST., NEW YORK. ia-j The most artistic Upright Pianos ever produced, both for quality of tone and wonderful aqd elastic actions. The coming upright pianos of the world. 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Cups, China Vases, Bohemian Vases, China and Bisqu. Ornaments, Bose Ornaments, Ladies' Bags, Work Boxes, Scrap Albums, Dress ing Cases, a Fine Line, Ladies' Fans, Veltet Frames, (elegant finish) , a splendid assort ment of Ladies' and Gents' Purses, Toilet Sets, Carvers, Bread Knives, Scissors. Cups, Saucers, Dishes, Bowls. Plates, Jugs, Ewers and Basins, Tea Tots, Coffee Pots, Parian Figures, Flower Stands, Bouquet Holders, Billiard Chalk, Fancy China Ware, Granite Ware, m-C, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETE., ETC., ETC. CF-Recollect we throw out no leaders. Every article speaks for iUolf, and we sell aa low as the lowest, and you will find always perhaps lower. KENNEDY '& CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in House Furnishing Oocds, Hanty Articles, Notions, Novelties, Specialties, Etc. P. O. BOX 8 SO, HONOLULU. :o:- and Post Streets, ap23Aw for Supplies THE- Claus ! Santa Claus ! Christmas Presents ! New Years Gifts ! rocket Knives, Tea, Call and Dinner B.11j, Fine Ink Stands, Accordeons tk. best manufactured. Bell Battles, Kubbtr Dolls, Mouth Organs, Trumpets, Clarionettes, Cabinets, Elegant Dressed Dolls, Fine Stationery, Boxes, Cases and Backs, Cabinet Albojas, Lustres, Glass Bets, Crockery Ware, Toilet Soap, Pianos, 8h.ll Work, Dinner Sets, Color Boxes, Table Mats, Tea Sets, China., Tin, Metal. 218U