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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 18, ise8
BY
ALTIIOIMTY.
vl'Wc' J'J
Sea3Ml 'X'euilers.
Sealtii tenders will be received at the ChSce of
the Board of Health until 12 o'clock noon, Jan
uary 23d, 1888, for the delivery at the Leper Set
tlement on the Island of ilolokai, of one hun
dred and fifty cords of firewood within three
months of the date of signing agreement tor the
same.
It is required that the wood be of algeroba,
monkey-pod, eucalyptus or any of the hard
native woods; that it be cut in (4) four feet
lengths and be split, if necessary, so as to be
easily handled; that it be piled at Kalaupapa,
and that it ba meaiurd by the Agent of the
Board of Health.
Is'. 13. EMERSON,
i'rej. ioaru oi xieaiiu.
January ICth, 1683.
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L'OKT W iiOAOLLiiU, H. J.
ARKlVAIft.
Tuesday, January 17.
Stmr Kaala, Underwood, from Waianae and
Waialua
Schr Kawailani, from Koolau, Oahu
Stmr Ewa. from Ewa
Am brgtne W G Irwin, McCulloch, 17 days
from au Francisco
IEIAItTUItK?.
Tuesday. January 17.
Haw S S Australia, H C lloudlette, for San
i"raucisco
Stmr Likelike. Davies. for Maui and Hawaii,
at 5 p m
Stmr Mikahala, freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai
mea, Koloa, etc, Kauai, at5pm
Schr Kawailani. for Koolau
Schr Juuka, for Kauai
Stmr Kilauea llou, for Hamakua, at 5 p m
Haw brig Hazard, Holland, for the South Seas
Ger baik Eriedrich, Horn, for San Francisco
vohmcms i.:ivniir To-day.
Stmr Iwalani, 'Weir, for Hamakia, via Lahaina,
at 5 p m
Am bk Forest Queen, J C M Winding, for San
Francisco
Schr llaleakala, for Pepeekeo, Ililo. Hawaii
Haw brig Hazard, G B Holland, for the
South Seas
Schr Kauikeaoulifor Kohala
Vessel in JPort rroin Foreign rorts
USS Vandalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kiniberly,
from Callao, S. A.
H B M S Caroline, Sir AVisemun, Bart., from
San Francisco
Haw bark Lilian, from South Se? Islands
Ger bk Friedrich, 11 Korff, from Newcastle, N
S Vi
Am tern W S Eowne, Bluhm, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne S G "Wilder, Eugg, fiom Port Towns
end Haw S S Australia, II C Houdlette, from San
Francisco
V is Kxpcctea from rorejjju rorH
II Neth M's S Zilveren Kruis, Jocke, from S
America, tiue aiar i-m
3. USS Marion, from South America, due Jan
uary 10-31
Am bark Will W Case, Robertson, from San
Francisco, due at Kahului. Jan 2-15
Am S S Mariposa,. II M Hayward, from San
Francisco, en route to the Colonies, due Jan ly
Am S S Alameda, H G Morse, from the Colon
ies, en route to San Francisco, due Feb 12
Haw S S Zealandia. K an Oterendorp. from
" Se.the Colonies, en route to San Francisco, due Jan
uary 13th
Am tern Eva, J O Wikman, from Eureka, Cal,
due Nov 1-10
Ger bark Deutchland. from Bremen, sailed
October 28th, due February 1-20
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson, from Boa
ton, due March 1
Am ship 3lystic ueiie, uooko, irom iew xoiz.,
: due March 1-20
? Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from Cardiff,
October 22d. due March 1-20
15111 uars. maiuna, eaiieu irum unciuui jauv
I i 1 -i v. OI
f Am bk Saranac, sailed from Liverpool October
29th. rtufi February -'9
Am bk Lady Harewood, from Hongkong, due
December 5-25
Ger bk II Pritzenburg, from Hongkong:, due
December 10-15
uuc unu i-iu
Am tern G C Perkins, Nordberg, from Puget
Sound, due Jan 1-10
Am bktne S N Castle, L II Hubbard, from San
Francisco, due Dec ilu-31
Am bktne Planter, Perriman, from San Fran
cisco, il hp. I an fi-'Jii ,
Am bktne Amelia, W Newuall,.f rom Port Town
Am tern Dora Bluhm, from San Francisco, due
Jit min .T in -. '-(1
x -ii o o iiy ui 4ew ioi k. sear.'e. irom iionc-
; kong, en route to San Francisco, due Jan 20
;, Am bark C O Whitmore, from Port Townsend,
due Jan 20-31
I'AS.SKXtJEItS.
DEI'ARTUKES.
For San Francisco, per S S Australia, Jan 17
Mrs Van Derbing and son, Mi33 E A Arms, ftev
L Beck, Mrs M Hyman. 2 children &nd nurse, H
W Hyman, M Davis, S D Ives, Com J Macdon
ough, E Hass, M E Bailay, T Dillie, A R Smith,
Miss F Winter, Mrs Merchant. H F Glade, wife,
6 children and nurse, Lieut Elliott, Master T S
Douglas. Miss A Ivers, J K Thompson, F Gertz,
M Phillips, G Delbruck, P Carbett, a Clemeutson
and lady, and 130 steerage passengers, including
63 Portuguese.
For Kauai per steamer Mikahala Jan 17th Col
ZS Spalding, Mr Ahleu, Mr Hutchinson, C M
White and bride, Mr Stegemann and bride, and
40 deck passengers.
For Maui per steamer Likelike Jan 17th Judsje
Kahia and wife, Judge J Kalama and wife, Judge
S W Kaai and wife, Rev J K Josepa, J Kahoopai
and family. Miss Munroe, H R Hitchcoek, wife
and child, A Muudon, W Goodale, A S Barnes,
and 'iQ deck passengers.
ARRIVALS.
From Hawaii and Maui per steamer W G Hall
Jan 17th Mrs W Hill and child, II N Greenwell,
Hon J D Paris, S M Monsarrat, D H Nahinu, J D
Johnson, G S Pallett, J D Ackerman, A Damon,
iuanaie, Miss I Kawaimaka, A Akana, and 6;
deck passengers.
San Francisco. She goes on the Marine Railway
to receive anew coat of copper paint after the
W. G. Hall is lowered, probably this afternoon.
The Hawaiian brig Hazard did not sail yester
day for the South Seas, but will likely leave to
day. The American brigantine W. G. Irwin, Captain
J.E. McCulloch, arrived -earl7 January 17th, 17
days from San Francisco with general merchan
dise. Reports having experienced light head
wind the greater part of the passage. The Ir
win is docked at the Oceanic Company's wharf
where she is discharging.
The Hawaiian steamship Australia, Captain 1.
C Houdlatte, sailed January 17th for San Fran
Cisco with 17,424 bags sugar, 3,053 bunches ba
nanas, 9C8 pounds tallow: 130 packages sundries,
100 bundles sugar cane, 1,085 skins, 1,462 hides,
and 620 bags rice. The cargo was valued at
?11S,592 91. Shippers of sugar were W. G.
Irwin & Co. 12,522 bags; C. Afong, 1,430 bag3;
n. A. Widemann, 2,117 bags: and W. C. Sproull,
1,305 bags.
The steamer Iwalani will leave to-day for
Hrmakua, Hawaii.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The matrimonial market is lively.
Two bridal parties went to Kauai yester
day on the Mikahala.
The cargo from the bark Min is coming
out in splendid condition.
Did you see Jimmy Williams yesterday?
He was the happiest chap in town.
The usual services at St. Andrew's Ca
thedral this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Frank Gertz has gone to San Fran
Francisco to select a new stock of goods.
Mr. C. Alee has resumed the exercise of
his functions as Chinese Commercial
Agent.
The steamer City of New York is due on
Friday from Hongkong, en route to San
Francisco.
The usual prayer meeting at the vestry
or tne -tort-street Lnurcli tins evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
At noon to-day Mr. James . Morgan
will hold three sales ot real estate at his
salesroom, Queen street.
For corsets, and for underwear,
For infants' sets complete,
For prices that will suit your purse,
(You bet) Sachs' store can't be beat.
Officer Larsen arrested two men on
Monday for smuggling liquor. They have
both been fined in the Police Cqurt.
By calling at the Interisland Steam Nav
igation Company's office to-day the stock
holders will receive a dividend of $3 per
share.
Mrs. "Walter Hill returned from Hawaii
yesterdaj' on the W. G. Hall. We are
sorry to find she has not yet fully regained
her health.
Of all the places in town
Where bonnets are to be found,
For prices low and beauty,
Sachs' store it is renowned.
Four of the large cases containing the
new Kaumakapili Church organ wrere
landed from the Min yesterday and taken
to the church.
A large slice of wedding cake, with the
compliments of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. "White,
was left at this office yesterday. "May
they live long and prosper."
At the monthly meeting of the Social
Science Club, held at the residence of Chief
Justice Judd, Monday evening, Mr. Chas.
Furneaux read an excellent'essay on "In
dustrial Drawing."
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.
The Australia left a few minutes after
noon yesterday with a large number of
passengers and a good freight list. Most
of the departing passengers were covered
with leis. The band was stationed on the
wharf.
Mr. Victoria Stegemann and Miss Vic
toria Weber were married Monday night
at the residence of Mr. H. "W. Schmidt by
the Rev. Dr. Beckwith. The newly "mar
ried couple lett for Kauai yesterday to
spend their honeymoon.
The Mohican sailor who recently
stabbed one of his shipmates in
the city has been sentenced by court
martial to a year's imprisonment. A de
serter has also received the same punish
ment. Both were taken to the States yes
terday in charge of Lieut. Eliott and two
guards.
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
bom-hde.
SHII'PIXG XOTEN.
The schooner Haleakala brought 1,403 bags of
sugar from4Pepeekeo, Hawaii. She leaves again
to-day.
The steamer Ewa brought about 500 bags rice
from Ewa yesterday.
The American bark Forest Queen, Captain J. C.
M. Winding, win ieave to.day for FrjLQCisco
With about 900 tons sugar.
The schooner Kauikeaouli was lowered from
theMarine Railway yesterday.
The garner w. G.Hall arrived January 17th
. uu uawaii with 72 hairs .n2.ar.U7
ot,.c. ., tii-, llOpackages
.Police c;oiirc.
BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON.
Tuesday, January 17th.
Peter Donald charged with smuggling
liquor to wit : 1 case beer, was fined $50
or one months imprisonment.
L. Derking, for a similar charge was
fined $60 or two "months imprisonment.
Wailua forfeited bail of $10 for dis
turbing the quiet of the night.
Oewiena for the same charge was dis
charged. John Puowaina, charged with being a
gross cheat, was remanded to the 18th.
Five Chinamen remanded for gaming
were discharged.
V- t . .
sundries, 17 hoi.
The Genua a t. ,. :,
for San Franc L- o v
barrels mcloftts.
pouncs and v is
Were II. HackfeM
132 barrels Tut. las v
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'-lit." U fl:.i
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d January 17th
o -., susar ana i d'l
ighed 2.014,278
-'o , 13,45'.- 'lagg sugar and
C. Edit-. 1 !f0 Tino-n ciirrii.
:aa: Co., 1,28 t-.. sts anerar.
r.. v o
me schooner Er ;'.ulani' '-or.-
, The steaxr W G. Han ROt , on the Marine
Railway this niora.'ng to be cUawd. .
i The steamer KU arri i- ,
aorrow morniT.g.
Th barker
900 bags rice
1 na, &ad vil! leave again to-
A New Military Vehicle.
A new vehicle is to be tested at Alder
shott, England. It is shaped like a long
racing boat, and a dozen soldiers can sit
on it in single file and propel it easily at
the rate of sixteen miles an hour, drawing
eight baggage wagons after them. This
multicycle is steered easily by one man, is
affected little by rough roads and turns in
less space than an ordinary hansom. The
Invention is not to be offered outside of
England. Boston Transcrirt.
Not Per Cent., But larceny.
New York Commercial Advertiser.
"O, Mr. Smith," said a young lady at a
church fair, "I want your help for a mo
ment. I have just sold a tid y for $15 that cast
15 cents, and I want you to tell me what per
centage that is." -
A transaction of that kind, my dear Miss
B.," said Mr. Smith, who is a lawyer, "gets
out of percentage and into larceny."
'""I.!! t
G.
Wild
t r.-.
s
has been char-
Whitehall Times: Many fear God
than they do their unpaid tailor.
ldS3
Names of Southern Negroes.
A Yankee friend of mine in speaking of
the Limekiln club says: "It is inimitable.
only that the names of the members are
so exaggerated." When I wrote her a list
of the queer names that have become so
familiar to me from much hearing she de
clared that she would retract her opinion
of the Limekiln names beins exaggerated.
' FT1 - . ...
jLiie negroes generally tate tneir names
either from their surroundings or obtain
them from the white people, often mixing
up names in the most incongruous style.
Lily is the favorite name for the blackest
pickaninny among them. Our old wash
erwoman named her only child Mary
Mandy Selina Pleasant Delightful. A
bow legged young decendant of Ham re
joices in the name of Shadrach Meshach
Abednego though he is generally known
as bhad.
A fond young mother could not decide
what to call her first son, so m her di
lemma applied to a vouns lady, who told
her to call him WilliDus Wallanus. The
name tickled her fancy and now Willipus
Wallapus is added to the list. This same
negro has since become the mother of a
daughter, and in speaking of her a few
days since says: "I am t sot on no name
for her yit, but I'll either call her Queen
Victoria or Mrs. Cleveland." She also
has a stepson, an overgrown fellow of 17
or 18, who bears the sweet name of Rose
bud Tabb. But perhaps the most ridicu
lous names are found m those o the
children of a half witted negro near this
place. There are threi of them, named
resnectivelv Heaven, Hell and Moses
Smote the Water. A party of picnickers
were verv much startled in passing her
f
house one day to hear the following com
mand: "Look liyar, Heaven, you mggah,
you go down to Hell and git dat ar dip
per wot dey got down dere." It was only
after a thorough investigation that she
could be understood. Alabama Cor. De
troit Free Press.
3ltertisfirjcnts.
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
GREAT
CLEARING SALE!
FOR 30 DYS.
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
entire stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gents' Famishing 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. -
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pypit ypfiii
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ThiaTKTO-Jcrrever varies. Am.irvclof purity,
ctrenfrl'h .id holcsonicnos?. 3Ioro oconomicaJ
thantho.os-'linarv i:iri(la,nr.'l cannot be aoW inconv
petitio-i v lth tins n riititudo cf lo.vtcsr, short
weight, alum or p: lasphatc powders. Sqi.p OSLYIR
CAK3. XtOYAL. EAlil-NQ I'OWtElfc Co., 103 Wftli-Sfe;
WM. T. COI.KJIAX fc CO.. Aifonls,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
Divicleiid USTotice.
A DIVIDEND OF THREE DOLLARS PER
8 bare will be paid to tbe shareholders of
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company at
their office on Wednesday the 13th Inst.
J. EN A,
Secretary.
Honolulu, January 17th, 1888.
Boat 13 u i 1 cl e r
And Cienoi-al Jobber.
All kinds of work and repairs and other work
executed with promptness on reasonable terms.
Workshops at the rear of Lucas' Planing Mill.
ISTOTICE.
MRS. A. M. MELLIS having removed her
dressmaking establishment to
JSTo. 17 Emma Street,
Will be pleased to see her friends and patrons
there from and after January 3, 1888.
Bell Telephone 410. lm Mutual 484.
By the S. S. Australia,
J airuary lOtla.
Tne Follow ins: Variety ol Apples:
New Tom Pippin, Greenmgs,
Belle Fleur, Baldwin,
Oregon Apples, Oregon Pears.
HARD AND SOFT SHELL NUTS.
Italian Chestnuts. Peanuts.
Smyrna Figs. Cal. Oranges, j
SICILY LEMONS.
On Consignment Potatoes and onions,
canned fruits, jams and jellies, tomatoes:
also, several crates of prime white heart
cabbage.
California Fruit Market,
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. I Great Reduction in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
in every description of Laces. I " in lisie nireau, mik ana jersey uioves
in Linen, Cambric and Silk Hankerchiefs I and Mitts.
in Window Curtains, prices reduced one- Ecru Window Curtains, reduced to $1 75 per pair, for-
half. " J mer price $3.
Corsets Eeduced 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.
44 " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, Etc.
Linen Figured Lawn to Close out at Reduced prices, 0
yards for $1.
Do Not Buy Your Dress Goods Until You Learn Our Prices.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes will be sold at cost to close out.
During VXv Clearance Sale Goods will be Sold for Cash. Onlv
S. EHRLICII.
G3 and 65 Fort Street (Opposite Irwin & Co).
CHU ON & CO.,
Importers and Dealer in Chinese
aud Japanese Goods, 42 Niiuauu
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 specif'.
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
Bamboo Goods, ete.
The public is respectfully invited to
inspect our goods. 768 feb2
WING WO CHAN & CO.
Commission Merchants,
UNIQUE HOLIDAY GOODS
PERSONALLY SELECTED BY
ME. B. F 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.
IECj Call early and examine these goods, whether you wish to purchase
or not.
LEWIS & CO
9
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. V, O.
Box 18G.
3m
ED. HOFPSOHLAESER & GO
" i Tre porters Sr Commission Merchants,
111 Fort Street. Importers and Dealers in
Staple and( Fancy G-roceries.
PEESH GOODS
By every steamer from California, and always" on hand, a full and complete lino of
Provisions, Etc. Etc.
FatiMj ctior guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box No. 297.
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Annual premium, 5487. Total premium in 20 years, $9,740. Cash fund then due, 518,110. Equiv
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