Newspaper Page Text
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 7, 1008.
L'OHT OF HONOLULU, H. 1. Stmr James Friday, Jannarr 6. Makee. Macaulay, from Kapaa Kauai , . ?chr Luka from Koliala , gchr Leabi from Kohala Schr Kulamanu, from Hawaii Schr Canute, from Kauai. Schr Wailele. from Kusu Schr JIary E Foster, from Kauai LOCAL AND GENERAL. I JIEIMItTI' HUS. Friday, January 6. Stmr Waialeale, Campbell, for Hanalei and Kilauea stmr Kaala, VTaiauae Stmr Ewa. for Ewa Scbr Sarah an-l Eliza, for Koo'au Schr Moi TVahine, for llamakua Unilt-rwool, for Vaialua and vesNOls i,'viiiir To-lny. Am bktne W II Dimond, E P Drew, fer San Francisco at noon Scbr Wailele, for Kuau Vessel in I'ort frojii Foreign iorl USS Vandal ii,K'r A'1'nu .l Lewis A Kimberly, from Callao, S. A. D S S Mohiciii, lr-.i:: f'allao, S A II B MS Cuioli. Hii-Si-eman, Cart., from San Francisco Am bk Ceylon, 1? (VilLo ir, from San Francisco Haw brig Iiaz-.id, O Ji iiolland, from San Francisco, via lli.'o, Hawaii Am bk Caibarieu, o O it rkins, from San Iran- Cisco Haw bark Lilian, from Soutb Sea Islands Am bk Forest Queen, J C SI Winding, from San Francisco tier bk Friedrich, II Korff, from Newcastle, N S W Am iern W S Bowne, Blubm, from San I ran Cisco . , Am bktne S G Wilder, Rugg, from Port Towns end evis Exic'teil from rorein l'ori.H II Neth M's S Zilveren Kruis, Jocke, from 8 America, due Mar 1-20 Am brgtne W G Irwin, McCulloch, from San Francisco, due Jan b-'M US S Marion, from South America, due Jan uary 10-31 Am bark Will W Case, Robertson, from San Francisco, due at KahuiUi, Jan 2-lo Haw S S Australia, H C Houdlette, from San Francisco, due Jan 10 Am S S Mariposa, II M Hay ward, from San Francisco, en route to the Colonies, due Jan 19 Am S S Alameda, II G Morse, from the Colon ies, en route to San Francisco, due Feb 12 Haw S S Zealandia, K Vun Oterendorp, from the Colonies, en route to San Fraucisco, due Jan nary Uth , . Aiw Brit ship Miu. sailed from London August 24 Am tern Eva, J O Wikiuan, from Eureka, Cal, due Nov 1-10 , , M I J MS Tsukuba. from Tahiti, due April 10 Ger bark Deutchlaud, from Bremen, sailed October 2th, due February 1-20 Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson, from Bos ton, due March 1 Am ship Mystic Belle, Cooke, from New York, due March 1-20 Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from Cardiff, October 22d, due March 1-20 Brit bark Natuna, sailed from Liverpool Nov 29th. tine March 5-31 Am bk Saranac, sailed from Liverpool October 29th, due February -9 Am bk Lady Harewood, from Hongkong, due December 5-25 Cier bk II Prltzenburg, from Ilonykoiis, due December 10-15 Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from San Francisco due Jan 1-10 Am tern G C Perkins, Nordberg, from Puget Sound, due Jan 1-10 Am bktne S N Castle, L II Hubbard, from San Traucisco, due Dec 2o-:l Am bark C O Whitmore, from Port Townsend, due Jau 20-U1 Am bktne Planter, Perrimau, from San Fran cisco, uiie Jau 5-20 . Am I'ktne Amelia, W Newhall, from Port Town ee ud, due Jau 20-31 The schooner Luka brought 1,C39 bags sugar fron Kohala, Hawaii, January 6th, which will be place! on board the bark Ceylon to-day. The bark Ceylon will leave next Wfaek for San Francisco. The schooner Kulamanu brought 340 bays sugar from llalawa, Hawaii. The schooner Wailele brought 1,000 bags sugar from Kuau, Maui , January Oth.-wliich will be put n board the bark Ceylon. The schooner Leahi arrived off port last nigbt from Halawa, Hawaii, with about 1,200 bags sugar. There were 9,400 bags sugar carted from the various schooners and the warehouse to the bark Ceylon yesterday. The steamer Kiuau is due to-morrow morning from windward porta. The Hawaiian steamship Australia, Captain H. C. Houdlette, is due next Tuesday from San Francisco. A mill for the Naalihu Plantation, Kau, Hawaii, is expected by her. The steaitaer James Makee arrived early Janu ary 6th, with 1,311 bags sugar and 660 bags paddy. The sugar was put on board the bark Ceylon. The steamers due this morning are the Like like, Lehua, Kilauea Hon, Mokolii, Kaala, J. A. Cummins and C. R. Bishop. The American barkeutine W. H. Dimond, Cap tain E. P, Drew, sails at 12 o'clock noon to-day for San Francisco. The schooner Nettie Merrill will be lowered from the Marine Railway this morning, and the schooners Canute and Mary E. Foster will go on to be cleaned. The bark Caibarien was hauled alongside Brewer's wharf January 6th to finish discharging her bricks, after which she will commence re ceiving sugar. I"oliee court. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON. Friday, January 6th. Lee Fook, remanded for perjury, was committed for trial to the Supreme Court. John Brown, Hiram Kuleonehu, Kaa- waa, Sam Naloha and M. S. Perry, each charged with violating express rule No. 24, were reprimanded and discharged. Young Tang was charged with disor derly conduct, a nolle pros, having been entered against him for assault and bat tery. CIVIL CASES. J . Kauhi vs. Ming Chang. Assumpsit lor fL00 on a promissory note. Judg ment for plaintiff for the" amount, with $15 50 costs. Kleele Plantation vs. Mu. Deserting contract service. Defendant consents to return, and is ordered to do costs. so and pay "Ireme rt-Jmmry Term. " BEFORE JUDD, V. J. Friday, January Cth. Okuu vs. J. N. Kaiaikawaha. Re plevin Continued to the 7th. Antone defendant & Kinney for Minnie E. Miller vs. Chris. K. Miller. We Statutory publication of sum mons ordered, and case continued to "pni term. Chas. Orpiaht t , i-"-ii iur pj; iff ,"wn iur pjaini- "i no K. Kahai et al. vs. Mary S. Rcse. 1 appearance of or fnr ,ifo,i.. ISi V. APhl fVl- . i IV ITT . Fituiuu, w. A. Kinney for rt xiuwaiian mrv. W def, Uiai t. Blue Ribbon entertainment to-night. Mrs. Dr. Bailey died at Kahului, Maui, recently. The theme for the prayer meeting to-day 13 "Prayer for Nations." .Special .bargains in nun's veiling in tan shades at the Temple of Fashion. The Likelike is due this morning, and and the Kiuau and Mikahala to-morrow. The sale of the P. C. Advertiser has been postponed to Saturday, January 14th. Honolulu Typographical Union will hold its regular monthly meeting this evening at 0:30 o'clock. Mr. J. S. Walker, agent of the Royal Fire and Life Insurance Company, has an office over Spreckels & Co.'s bank. There will be a children's meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by Mr. Theo. II. Davies. Mr. Thomas G. Thrum has been ap pointed Registrar of Public Convejances. The appointment will give satifaction. Of all the places in town. Where bonnets are to be found, For prices low and beauty, Sachs' store it is renowned. The clearance sale at the Temple of Fashion is a great success. Rare bargains are being obtained. Call as early as possi ble. Tor corsets, and for underwear, For infants' sets complete, - For prices that will suit your purse, (You bet) Sachs' store can't le beat. To-day being the fiftieth anniversary of the birth of Chief Justice J udd, the Royal Hawaiian Band will serenade His Honor at his residence. If you wish to buy a stylish hat, Your neighbors to outshine, For Sachs' store make a bee-line, You'll find there every kind. Mrs. Mellis gives notice that all accounts due her of six months or over will be placed in the hands of a collector if not paid by January 15th. The Oceanic Company's barkentine W. H. Dimond sails at noon to-day for San Francisco, with a full cargo of domestic produce and ten passengers. Out at Harrison's place on the plains Thursday night, so the neighbors say, the inmates were singing "Shall We Meet at the River." It should have been, "Shall we meet on the Reef?" Three little maids a shopping went, their dresses for. to buy, Where ribbons, lace and buttons were not so very high. "Let's go to Sachs' store," one of the three Maids cried, For there, I've always heard, the sales are boui-fide. .Blue Ribbon I,eaiie. The following is the programme to be given this evening at the Y. M. C. A. Hall, under the auspices of the Blue Ribbon League, provided it does not rain : Piano Solo May E. Dillingham Song T. M. Starkey Dialogue. . . . R. Dexter and W. Dillingham Song Miss L. Dressier Reading Miss Prescott Duet Mrs. Paty and Mr. Starkey Character Recitation Evelyn Dexter Address Kaces lietween Men and Horses. Nineteenth Century. As regards speed for a mile or two, or even several miles, there can be no compari son between the pace of a horse and that of a man on a bicycle. The horse is far and away the speedier; but after about twenty or twenty-five miles the horse, it seems, be gins to come back to the man. The relative speed of horse and man, quite unincumbered by weight, has never been tried, as it is always necessary either to ride or drive a horse when he is being tried. But in comparing the best times on record of a trotting horse driven in a light gig, as is the fashion in America, and a man riding and propelling a twenty-seven-pound bi cycle, the conditions, taking the relative strength of the contestants into considera tion, may be thought tolerably equal. Maud S., Mr. Vanderbilt's celebrated horse, trotted one mile in 2:09; the champion time for a bi cycle is 2:39. Leaving out intermediate dis tances, I find that Lady Mack did five miles in 13:00; Mr. Hillier has ridden it on a bi cycle in 14:1S. Controller did ten miles in 27 :23; Mr. English accomplished that dis tance in 29:19 3-5. Twenty miles was don"? by the horse Capt. McGowan in 5S:25; Mr. English, who holds the record for twenty miles, accomplished it in 59:06 JJ-5. Twenty miles well within the hour must surely be looked on as a wonderful perform ance. But after twenty miles the man rapidly begins to go to the front. The best fifty miles on record has been done by Ariel in 3:55:40, but Ion Keith-Falconer rode that distance on a bicycle in 2:43:58 3-5. Con queror traveled 100 miles in 8:35:53; F. R. Fry, on a bicycle, did lOi) miles in 5:50:05 2-5. The same distance, 100 miles, was done on the high road by George Smith in 7:11:10. The other times mentioned were performed on the cinder-path. No trial has been rec orded for a horse beyond 100 miles. But a tricyclist has ridden 223 miles in 24 hours, and a few weeks ago a performer on a newly -in vented little two-wheeled machine of strange appearance, called a kangaroo, traveled 26G miles within the same time. It is, therefore, plain that in staying power a man on a bicycle, or even on a tricycle, which is a much heavier machine, not pri marily adapted for racing, is infinitely supe rior to a horse. Probably up to twenty -five miles the best horse would beat the best bi cyclist, but, after that distance, the horse, would, yacht-racing phrase, never see the way his adversary went. Stducriismietits Absolutely Pure. Btrensth and hoicsomencss. ZSSSS thantheonlinary kinds ..and ntmZ petitioi vith the multitude of JJjfS cans. Boy An Baelnq TowDsa Co.. 103 vaa-ew v 3. T. COLEMAN & CO., Agents, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. d W MAMMOTH SHIPMENT oil HAY AXI UKAIN, Just received and for Sale'at LOWEST MARKET PRICE. UNION I'EED CO., IO. NOTICE, MRS. A. M. MELLIS having dressmaking establishment to removed her No. 17 Emilia Street, . Will be pleased to see her friends and patrons there from and after January 3, 1888. Bell Telephone 410. lm Mutual 484. E J!. KYAX, Boat Builder Ami tiiciieral JilIer. All kinds of work and repairs and other work executed with promptness on reasonable terms. "Workshops at tlie rear of Lucas' Planing Mill. F00K LUN & CO., 113 Nuuanu Street. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Chinese & Japanese Goods, Fire Crackers, New Designs in Cups and Saucers, Tea, Cigars, and all kinds of Fancy Goods. Regular shipments by every steamer. POST OFFICE BOX iy NO. 255. Hawaiian note CARRIAGE COMPANY. The Use of Revolvers in Paris. London Times. -Men and women in Paris walk about, go to cafes, and write newspaper articles armed with revolvers, as in the early days of Ar kansas. Moreover, the practice of carrying a revolver is commoner than is supposed. A friend belonging to one of the most re spectable clubs said to me: "I left the club at 1 o'clock. There was no porter in the hall, and I did not know where my great coat was, but I thought I should recognize it because I had left a revolver in one pocket. "Well, I touched twenty greatcoats, and in all I felt revolvers, and I was still searching when the porter entered and gave me mine, which he had forgotten to hang up." Matrimonial. Berliner Tagblatt. The following advertisement appeared in i foreign paper under the above heading;, "Wanted, a wife for my pa. He is five feet seven inches in height, is fair complexioned, with dark eyes, has all his front teeth and a Roman nose, and dresses in the height of fashion. I promise good treatment to my future step mother if she suits me. Young j ladies (or widows) with means, but without cnuaren, will please address Miss Ji., if ost- J office. L" ! k3 FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES At all hours day and night, with competent drivers and steadv norses. TO -LET! SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES, WAG ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS AND BRAKES, "With good, reliable horses. Having just received a fine lot of Horses from California, We are prepared to offer extra inducements to parties wanting Family, Road, Express or Dray Horses. Guaranteed as represented or no sale. Prices to sui t the times. RING UP 32, or apply to 727je'24tf MILES & IIAYLEY, Hawaiian Hoi el Stables. OLAC8 8PRECKKL5. tM. r rawrs. WM. G. IE WIN & Co., .JUG A It FACTORS and Commission AGENTS, Honolulu, tL. I. 18-tfwtf Sitortxstmnits. TEMPLE OF FASHION. GEEAT CLEABING SALE ! FOR 30 DAYS. Goods Reduced in Every Department I beg to state that it is impossible to announce a price list of every article in my Btore, but my entire stock of Dry Goods, Fancv Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boys' Clothing, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Has been reduced, and the GREATEST INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED. Remember, It Will Pay You to Visit the Temple of Fashion During this Great Sale. Children's Cashmere Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 75c to 25c. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Vests, in Balbrig'an, Me rino, Gauze and all wool full lines, immense reduc tions. Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c; better qualities reduced 25 per cent. Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to 15c. A splendid and large assortment of Children's Lace Caps, sold at cost. Ladies' White Wrappers, reduced from $2 50' to $1 75. Ladies' Calico Wrappers, only 75c. Misses' and Children's White Dresses, only 50c. Special attention is called to my stock of Infant's and Children's White Wear, every article in that line SOLD AT COST. Immense Bargains in Ladies' White Underwear. Great Reduction in Embroideries, from 5c a yard up. " " in every description of Laces. " in Linen, Cambric and Silk Hankerchiefs ' " in Window Curtains, prices reduced one- half. Great Reduction in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves. " " in Lisle Thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and Mitts. Ecru Window Curtains, reduced to $1 75 per pair, for mer price $3. Corsets Reduced One-half of Former Price. Great Rduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's Misses and Children's. " " in Ladies' Jerseys, reduced one-half.. " " in Ladies Parasols. " " in Blankets, Misses and Children's Straw Hats. Great Reduction in Flowers, Feathers and Tips. " " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, Etc. Linen Figured Lawn to Close out at Reduced prices, 6 yards for $1. Do Not Buy Your Dress Gtoods Until You . Learn Our Prices. Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes will be sold at cost to close out. During My Clearance Sale Groods will be Sold for Cash. Only S. EHELICH. 03 and. 65 Fort Street (Opposite Irwin & Co). CHU ON & C0V Importers ami Dealers In Chinese ami Japanese Gooiin, 42 Nuuanu Street. Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin, Crape, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and Hemstitched Silk and Grass-cloth Hand kerchiefs, Silk and Crape Shawls and Scarfs. A great variety of Japanese and Chi nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac quered Wares. Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoiseshell Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and Jewelry Cases. Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with tiger claws, cat-eyes and amber, such as Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Neck laces, etc. An assortment of Chinese and Japan ese nick-nacks and curiosities too num erous to specify. Chinese Matting a specialty. Also, just received, ex Hawaiian bark 'Lilian," a large invoice of Ebony and Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs and Settees. A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and Bamlloo Goods, etc. The public is respectfully invited to inspect our goods. 768 feb2 UNIQUE HOLIDAY G OODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY MR. B. fr1 D T L J JsTG 1ST In England and the United States NOW ON EXHIBITION BY THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., -Li"" :o: LONDON GOODS AT LONDON PRICES! WING WO CHAN & CO., THE BEST GOODS EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY. Commission Merchants, Importers and dealers in all kinds of Chinese Provisions, Merchandise, Cigars, Ebony Furniture, Ebony and Marble Tables. Chinese and Japanese Crockery Ware. Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Vases of all kinds. Mattings, Camphor Wood Trunks, Rattan Chairs, Clothing Baskets, etc. Silks, Satins. Embroidered Silk Hand kerchiefs. Grass Cloth, Crape Shawls and Crape Silks. All kinds and all styles of China and Japan Teas, of the latest importation. Opposite W. C. Peacock & Co., Nuu anu street, Honolulu, H. I. Mutual Telephone No. 18. P. O. Box 186. 3m ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & 00 mvortersit Commission Mcrthants QuenStrt, Honolulu, H.I HfcCF Call early and examine these goods, whether you wish to purchasa or not. LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street. Importers ami Dealers In Staple and Fancy Groceries. FEESH GOODS By every eteamar from California, and always on hand, a full and complete lin of Provisions, Etc. Etc. fratif! cti( n guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box No. 29?. EAEE CHANCE E0E INVESTMENT. BETTER THAN GOVERNMENT BOND. OFFERED BY THE "Equitable life Assurance Company OF "THE UNITED STATES. ASSETS OVER : : : : : ' : $80,000,000. The protection of Life Insurance combined with the Investment Principles of sfiavlngi Bank. Example of a 20-year endowment policy for ?10,000, taken out at the ag i ot 25 yearg; Annual premium, f 487. Total cremlum in 20 years. $9,740. Cash fund then due, 918,110. EqulT- alent paid up policy for life, $43,800. Or, annuity for life. W.310. vrt, f,m. Estimates for different amounts and different ages cheerfrlly Tien. Bt from future want or provide for your own old age. Policies Free, Indisputable, J,onforfeltablt, Etc., Etc. For farther particulars apply to Alexander J. Oartwriglit, General Acut, Hawaiian Islands.