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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 10, 100$
BY AUTHORITY. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Department ol' Interior. Bureau of conveyances, Registrar Office, January 7, 1888. ) Mr. Malcolm Brown has this day been ap pointed Deputy Registrar of Conveyance for the Hawaiian Islands. TiIOS. G. THRUM,' Registrar of Conveyances.' Approved: L. A.THURSTON, Minister of Interior. 3t PORT OF HONOLULU, H. J. AKKIVAIA. Mosdat, January 9. 8chr Mile Morris, from Koolau KlARTl'i:S. Mondat, January 9. Stmr Likelike. Davies. for Maui and Hawaii, at5p m r Mokolii. McGregor, for Molotai, at 5 Lehua, Clarke, for Hamakua, Hawaii, at Stmr p m stmr 5pm Stmr James Makee, for Kapaa, at 4 p m Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson. for Waimanalo and Koolau, at 9 a m Stmr Kaala. Underwood, for Waialua and "Waiauae Stmr Kaala, for Waialua, at 9 a m Schr Wailele for Kuau Schr Luka, for Kohala Schr Kulamanu. for Hamakua I Schr Leahi, for Kauai Schr Caterina, for Hanalei Schr Mary E Foster, for Hamakua vessels Leavins: To-day. Lorenzen, for Maui and Ha Stmr Kinau, waii, at 4 p m Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai m&. Koloa. etc. Kauai, at 5 p m Stmr C R Bishop, Chany, for Koolau, Oahu, at 9 a. TO,. strdk Kilauea Hou, Cameron, for Hamakua. Uawaii at 5 p m Schr Waimalu, for Houomu Schr Canute, foi Kuau tchr Mile Morris, for Koolau Am ok Ceylon, Calhoun, for San Francisco esel in Port irom Foreign ports USSVandalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly, from t'allao, S. A. U S S Mohican, Day, from Callao, S A . II B M S Caroline, Sir "Wiseman, Bai t., from San Francisco Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from San Francisco Haw brig Hazard, G B Holland, from San Francisco, via Hilo, Hawaii Am bk Caibarien, G O Perkins, from San Fran cisco Haw bark Lilian, from South Sea Islands Am bk Forest Queen, J C M Winding, from San Francisco Ger bk Friedrich, H Korff, from Newcastle, N S W Am tern W S Bowne, Eluhm, from San Fran cisco Am bktne S G "Wilder, Rugg, from Tort Towns-end Yeei9 Kxpeeieil from roreiu I'oris II Neth M's S Zilveren Kruis, Jocke, from S America, due Mar 1-iJO Am brgtce W G Irwin, McCulloch, from San Francisco, due Jan 6-20 U S S Marion, from South America, due Jan uary 10-31 Am bark "Will W Case, Robertson, from San Francisco, due at Kahului, Jan 2-15 Haw S S Australia, H C Houdlette, from San Francisco, due Jan 10 Am S S Mar?.poA, H M Hay ward, from San FranciBco, en route to the Colonies, due Jan 19 Am S S Alameda, H G Morse, from the Colon ies, en route to San Francisco, due Feb 12 Haw S S Zealandia, K Van Oterendorp, from the Colonies, en route to San Francisco, due Jan uary 13th Brit ship Min, sailed from London August 24 Am tern Kva, J O "Wikman, from Eureka, Cal, due Nov 1-10 HI J MS Tsukuba, from Tahiti, due April l-2o Ger bark Deutchlaud, from Bremen, sailed October 28th, due February 1-20 Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson, from Bos ton, due March 1 Am ship Mystic Belle, Cooke, from Hew York, due March 1-20 Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from CardifT, October 22d, due March 1-20 Brit bark Natuna, sailed from Liverpool Nov 29th, due March 5-81 Am bk Saranac, sailed from Liverpool October 29th, due February -9 Am bk Lady Harewood, from Hongkong, due December 6-25 Ger bk H Pritzenburg, from Hongkong, 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 H Hubbard, from San Francisco, due Dec 20-31 Am bark C O "Whitmbre, from Port Townsend, due Jan 20-31 Am bktne Planter, Perriman, from San Fran cisco, due Jan 5-20 Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall,.from Port Town send, due Jan 20-31, , FAKSEXHGRN. DEPARTURES. For Maui, per stmr Likelike, January 9 H A Baldwin, G P "Wilder, Miss Judd and friend, Miss Kealaikahiki, H R Meyer, wife and 3 chil dren, J G Howie, wife and 2 children, G Irvine and about 40 deck passengers. S11I1'11XG NOTES. The Kinau sails at 4 o'clock this after noon. The bark Ceylon leaves for San Fran cisco to-day. The steamer W. G. Hall sails to-morrow for Maui and Hawaii. It is a toss up which is the best poet in town, Seaborne or Nathan. Mr. W. A. Whiting, after a week's ill ness, is able to be about again. A business meeting of the Blue Ribbon League will be held this evening. Of all the places in town. Where bonnets are to be found, For prices low and beauty, Sachs' store it is renowned. This evening the annual meeting of the Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club will be held. The steamship Australia is due to-day from San Francisco with thirteen days later news. There was no admission fee charged to witness the boxing match last Saturday afternoon. Tor corsets, and for underwear, For infants' sets complete, For prices that will suit your purse, (ou bet) Sachs' store can't be beat. Mr. John Phillips is authorized to collect dues from the members of the Hawaiian Rifle Association. The steamer City of New York will be due here about the 20th of January trom Hongkong, en route to San Francisco. The band gave an excellent concert at Emma Square last evening. Notwithstand ing the "cold" weather the attendance was good. If you wish to buy a stylish hat, Your neighbors to outshine, For Sachs' store make a bee-line, You'll lind there every kind. The "Bulletin" says that some person or persons have been cutting the telephone wire connecting the U. S. S. Mohican and the shore. One of the pupils at Oahu College has been expelled and another suspended. There seems to be some trouble at this institution, and only one remedy will put an end to it. went, their RUSSIA NEARING HERAT. Beginning of the Final Struffsr!e for Asiatic Supremacy. Three little maids a shopping dresses lor 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 boni-fide. Tbe National Brewery. Yesterday afternoon we received a five gallon keg of beer, the first brewing 6. the National Brewing Company, of which Mr. Gilbert Waller is the pro proprietor. A short time ago we gave a full description of the brewTery in the columns of the Advertiser, therefore it is not now necessary to go over the ground again. There is no doubt the Company will fill a long-fielt want. The beer they brew is a fine article judging from a glassful drawn and tasted from the keg. The company did not in- end to deliver quite so soon, but the public has been pressing them and they have concluded to start at once. Of - 1 a m course the Deer win improve nourly. and the company as they go along ex pect to improve on their first brewing. They are now open to receive orders for a limited amount. The beer brewed bv the company is a superior article, and we expect to see a large demand for it. Less than a month ago, says the New York "Commercial Advertiser," a dis patch from Cabul announced that three hundred Russian subjects, under Syed Yakoob Alii, had entered Herat in the guise of merchants. Later information from Cabul, through London, is that a strong Russian force has reached Sar j?.khs, and detachments are scouring the Badgheis district and the northern fron tier of the province of Herat, collecting information about the country. These dispatches may have no less significance than to mark the beginning of the final struggle for Asiatic supremacy between Russia and England. Merv is the gate to Herat, and Herat is the key to India. Nearly four years ago the Russians took possession of Mrv nrnnprlv n Persian Drovince, and - " ' rvi,vv 1 their method of procedure then was ex actly similar to their present advance upon Herat. The links in the military chain that may result in the Russian conquest of India are interesting as il lustrative of Muscovite intrigue and ARkiibad is about the same Mpfv that Merv is from Herat. Having completed their rail road from Michaelovosk,on the Caspian to Askabad, the Russians built there f fort and opened a bazaar, at which they PtinnnrnwH Armenians from Baku and V1VVMVQW Tiflis to open shops. The Armenian traders having many acquaintances among the Tekkes of Merv, thus brought thft mnrft influential of the Mervis into contact with the Russians, who did fvcfrvthinp in their rjower to create - ' o friendly relations with them. That was the first step. The next was tr pstjrhlish Russian bazaars in Merv, a very difficult and dangerous undertak ing. This movement was put under charge of Lieutenant Alikbanotf, a Rus- TEMPLE OF FASHION. GREAT CLEARING ' SALE ! ITOR 30 DAYS. The steamer W. Q. Hall will leave next Wednesday morning for Maui and Hawaii. Tho schooner Canute has been lowered from the Marige Railway. The schooner Mile Morris brought 400 bags rice from Koolau, Oahu, January 9th. The tern W. S. Bowne has been hauled on the Marine Railway to receive a new coat of copper 'paint. The steamer Kilauea Hau brought 3,607 bags sugar from Hakalau, Ookala and Paauhou, Ha makua, Hawaii. She leaves again this afternoon for Paauhau, Koholalele, Xukaiau and Ookala. The Hawaiian steamship Australia, Captain H. C. Houdlette, is due this noon from San Fran cisco. The German bark Friedrich took in sugar from the steamers Iwalaui and Mikahala, January 9th. The steamers Kinau and Mikahala will leave this afternoon. 119 American bark Ceylon, Captain Calhoun, sails to-day with 950 tons sugar for San Fran cisco. Th tin St 1 - . ... . ... -icr v. . uisnop will leave this morn ing for the other side of this island. caioanen commences receiving 0"ai "er ne departure of the bark Ceylon. The authorities of Pekin have recently iaKen a census of the Empire, and as it was for taxing purposes the proneness to uisDeneve in me large estimates must be modified accordingly. The figures re turned by the village bailiffs make the population 316,383,500, which, together witn the estimates of five provinces omitted, makes the aggregate about -',000,000. The figures are independ ent of the population of Corea, Thibet and Kashgar. As the population of India exceeds 250,000,000, the Hindoos and Chinese constitute more than halt the entire human race. The Eagle House. Mrs. J. T. White has given up the management of the Eagle House. Nuu anu Avenue, and it passes to-morrow into the hands of Mrs. M. Butcher, a lady well known in this community, and one who has had large experience. Mrs. Butcher has been housekeeper at the Hawaiian Hotel the past few months, and while there gave the highest satis faction. She intends to carry on the Eagle House as a first-class lodging nd boarding house. The place is situed within an easy distance of the -eS8 portion of the city, the rooms are large and comfortable end the table will always be set with good and wholeo.me food. People coming from the cher islands to remain a few davs will find the Eagle House just the place for them to stop at. sianized Daghestani, who spoke the language of the Mervis like one of them. AKkhanoff took a caravan to Merv, which was under the direction of a well known Armenian trader, who had done business with the Tekkes at the Aska bad bazaars. The Russian officer acted as interpreter for the merchant, and after a long discussion the caravan was given an unwilling permission iu ciucj unu trade with the half-civilized Tekkes. Alikhanoff created a strong pro-Russian party at Merv, bought Makdum Kuli, the most powerful ot her four chiefs, who was induced to attend the corona tion of the Czar of Moscow, and was thoroughly tamed by the splendor of the Kremlin festivities, as Marvin re lates. Early in 1884 the blow was struck. Russian forces, which had been brought out ostensibly for a mere recon noitre of the outskirts of the Merv oasis, were assembled on the Turkistan and transcaspian sides of Merv, and Alikha noff gave the people their choice of asking the protection of Russia, by a subterfuge, or being compelled to sub mit to the forcible occupation of their city. They chose the former alterna tive. Merv is 230 miles from Askabad and 240 miles from Herat. Gen. Sir Charles McGregor, who penetrated to within a few miles of Herat in 1875, said that he would undertake to drive a mail coach from Merv to that city. Hence the I danger to English interests. The Rus sian merchants who arrived in Herat a month ago may be there for the same purpose of opening the way for the army advancing down the Hari Rud and Murghad rivers from Merv and Sarakhs, and England may learn at any time that the Russians have occupied Herat, as unexpectedly as she was informed four years ago of the occupation of Merv. Herat is a fortified city, and ca pable of some resistance, but if Russia once takes possession of this point, wTith the fertile oasis it composes in the Af ghan desert, she holds the key to India. The Governor Question. The "Bulletin's" Hilo correspondent writes as follows : The Governor ques tion has presented itself in a very pointed aspect in Hilo this week. Mr. J. P. Sisson, Tax Collector for Kohala, came by the Kinau to deliver up his books, etc., to the Governor. He had no diffi cult' in finding Judge Lyman, who has acted as Governor's Clerk for several years past; but he refused to take charge of the books, saying that he is not aware of such an officer as Governor of Hawaii. Just , how this matter will be adjusted remains to be seen ; but we feel no uneasiness about our ability to pull through somehow, should it be de cided that we have no longer a Governess. Goods Eeduced in Every Department I beg to state that it is impossible to announce a price list of every article in my store, but my Qntiiro p toolc of Dry Goodj, Fancy 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 Balbrigan, 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 Cape, 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, everv 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 Gloven. " " in Lisle Thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and Mitts. Ecru Window Curtains, reduced to $1 75 per pair, fo mer price $3. Corsets Eeduced One-half of Former Price. Great Rduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's Misses and Children's. in Ladfpi' 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. 4 Do Not Buy Your Dress Goods Until You Learn Our Prices. Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes will be sold at coat to close out. During HVTy Clearance Sale Goods will be Sold for Cash Only s. EHELICH. 63 and 65 Fort Street (Opposite Irwin & Co). CHU ON & CO., Importers and Dealers In Chinese and Japanese Street. Goous, 42 Ifuuanu adcerltsrnunts jpolice CTonrc. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON. Monday, January 9th. Poina and Kaiena had each to pay $6 for drunkenness. . ' ' t Lono (k) and Karewa (k) were each fined $30, and Kamala (w) and Makaeha (w) $15 for adultery. Joe, charged with larceny of firewood, was found not guilty and discharged. Kula, charged with selling spirituous liquors without a license, was remanded to the 10th. John Mee, charged with being a gross cheat by obtaining $25 from C. Along under false pretenses, was remanded to 2 the 10th. ! , , ,rn 1YA collect d was seni on me reei ior mircy aays. llllrf J If a few feo o Absolutely Pure. This powder neve r varies, utreriirtli and hcle?cn.cness than tho or'IiTiary Li suls, and cannot bo sold in com A marvel of purity. More economical netitio-i vifh flic multitude cf Jo. test, short weight, alnmorpha5phai-ernAV'Icrs. Soi.DONLYp cans. Koyai Eaki.vq Poyviku. Co.. 100 Wat-Sfc, Y WM. T. COLEMAN A CO., A cents, RAN FRAKCISCO. CAI,. d w " hstotio:k. It PHILLIPS 19 AUTHORIZED TO ns from the members of tbe Ha- Association. C. H. NICOLL, Secretary. 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, Bronie 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 Batrrl oo Goods, etc. The public is respectfully invited to inspect our Koods. 768 feb2 WING WO CHAN & CO.. Commission Merchants, UNIQUE HOLIDAY GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY 3Vr:R. B. F1- DILLINGHAM In England and the United States NOW ON EXHIBITION BY THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LI :o:- LONDON GOODS AT LONDON PRICES! THE BEST GOODS EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY. or not. Call early and examine these goods, whether you wish to purchase Importers and dealers in all kinds of Chinese Provisions, Merchandise, Cigars, Ebonv -Furniture. Ebony and Marble Tables. Chinese and Japanese Crockery Ware. Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Vases of all kinds. Mattings, Camphor Wopd Trunks, Rattan Chairs, Clothing Baskets, etc. Silks, Satins. Embroideredilk 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. H0FFS0HLAEOER & CO niporters & Comm fusion Ef erchantB Qua Str t, Honolulu, U, 1 LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street. Importers and Dealers In Staple and Fancy Q-roceriea. PEESH GOODS By every stcanwr from California, and always on hand, a full and complets lin ot Provisions, Etc. Etc. f 8f fefrViic n guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box No. 297. 'HLUiflF'Mnu EAEE CHANCE E0E INVESTMENT, BETTER THAN GOVERNMENT BOND. OFFERED BY THE Equitable ASSETS OVER l'jife Assurance OF THE UNITED STATES. Oomp V V $80,000,ui)O. The protection of Life Insurance combined with the Investment Principle of a Savings Bank. Example of a 20-year endowment policy for 10,000, taken out at the age ot 25 yeara; Annual premium. $487. Total premium In 2o years. $9,740. Cash fund then due, f 18,110. Equiv alent paid up policy for life, $43,800. Or, annuity for life, $1,310. Esumates for different amounts and different atfes cneerrcuy given. -ruicv juuimiuny from future want or provide for your own old age. Policies Free, Indisputable, Honrorreitable, Etc., Etc. For further particulars apply to Alexander J Cartwriglit, tieneral Asrent, Hawaiian Islands.