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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 7. ik8.
U M..m.v, February 0. T(,.envf n. fro"' Mam and Eaual Stuir WaiaK-a K(l(,i;U,. Oalm Scl1ryu1uuJk;-'; t',.,)'!;-ou,i,..s, 22 clays from Am hrjine it! t:l - , -,',)VTav, 1 binary o. . .... -.br.nakua, Hawaii, at ports, at 3 P , , for K iraa.t 5 p m 1 Stnir -iii"''," ' f.r V.Mu.aualo, at J a la Muir ,'V,. fi.r Ilavaii, at 12 m :-:'!ir ti'-;i,r t-.ajuauua jMuii and Hawaii, at M.,;rKi..ai:, . " sri". , ,, :) Nawiliwili, "Uai- v.' i . i : : ' -. , . i';i.L..l Lewis A lvimoeriy, I-SSV.:..!:.'-'1-' 1 fr.'txi '''; .n, .. .-ir Wiseman, Bart., from -.:i I'm !::. " .... 1 Hi- I I'Ol'; C P.rkins, Nordberg, fiom .A 111 i'"' " ll .rt k i 'ka, , nu.-a lf v,' NewLall. from Port To wn- At I tiv Lauip.-o.i, Sn,ler?ren, from San Fl i:ifi-Ci ' ;' ';0,r,. cv.-u-lo, i: U Cousins, from Kan t M's S Zilvt : n Kruis, Jccke, from S Ai... : x'il'i"'K-'L".0-Ci South Amfrica, due Jan- nary !'- - .... M- (-.l( Kohertson, from Sau , . .,, .li.f at K -'-uIui, Jau 2-L i1 ' vl i;n' !.i. - M'". fiom the Colon . " s.tii l!:iin'if-.'0, due Feb 12 Wv - ':'. ub-i, !i"m Tahiti, due April 1--0 ! ',! . ut.!;! '-.. t, from Bremen, mailed n!."7rr i c--r-:-ry l-2l 1 . .ji.vi-. 1- M Benson, from Bos- Ahi I' a -' ' " " ! ' v,i 'U' 'rdystiL- Bt-lle, Coolte, from New York, UUrri!l-f it Th. us Bell, sailed from Cardiff, .. .'r,'(.r .In- Ma i eh 1--0 Brit bIkN ituna. sailed from Liverpool Nov ""'uiV l'k rusiac, sailed from Liverpool October !.k I-i iy harewooJ. from Hongkong, due J''(-(r1!:1jl,'!;ri'i "I'ritzenbur, from Ilongkom:, due pci'rl'ii'r r ll'-l.; .Am l.k'iif i.;:ifka, Meyer, fiom San Iraucisco tbit-Ja:i l-i' Am l.aik i' O V'L:tuiore, from Port Townsend, Am Ik lyiv.ard May, Johnson, from Hongkong, ('lit- JiU 1 A: , ! ktu- H ittie N Bans, Bangs, from Ho.n? ki'i., il'if F-!. 1-3 Am s!i A h i 1'rom S;m Francisco, due at Kahu M mi, Jam.ary IX-M Am ik Siranac, from Sau Francisco, due Feb l-I'i lUw S S Australia, II C "HoudleUe, trom han Fruiifisco, tint Feb 7 l-AKKl-IXUZ'E&K. ARRIVALS. lr.-.m windward iorts, per stair Kinau, Fel ,;jt,,n Wmi (i Irwin. Sir AN m Wi.seman, Ed Bon nv, EC Blair, Mr Bryan and wife, Mr Thorsell ami son, Mia T Smith and :i children, Mrs E Ly . :,n and 2 children, F P Hastings and wife, S i;.!th, AT Atkiusou, R K Ilinds, Bishop AYillis, M I...v. 11, A M Ilewett, W C Wilder Jr, L Cabot, ili-s M IJ.truden, C L "Wight and 58 deck passen-Li-rs. l iom San Francisco, per brgtue Consuelo, Feb C tito Brims and E B Winston. I':om Kauai, per stmr Waialeale, Feb 0 Mrs Forest and ; deck passengers. D EPAKTl' It KS. For Maui, ner Stmr Likelike, Feb fi West, E .M Wj.h, J A Nictor, J T Aluli, Mrs B Anapu aud ,lu dtck passengers. The American brigantine Consuelo, Captain E. B. Cousins, arrived February Cth, 22 clays from Sau Francisco, with apout 400 tons general merchandise, and 2'JO pigs for E. B. Winston and Burke. She was within sight of this island the Bst few days, but could not beat up on account of strong head winds. Tue stftatner arrived early February Cth from Mali and Hawaii, via Hauaunia, Coco Head, Vith 3,840 bags sugar, 105 hides, 8 bundles goat skins md 100 packages sundries. She sails this aUeruoou for Maui and Hawaii. Vlit uarkentines Amelia and George C. Terkins ViuUo-va finish dischaiging their lumber. TLt schooner Manuokawai brought 'MO bags sucirfrom Koolau yesterday. Tie Kinuu passed the steamer Kilauea Hou list Saturday at anchor at Niulii, waiting for the we.i:ht-r to mo Itrate before she could proceed to Auhukoaa to load sugar. Fl.e steamer Lehua brought 2, ".00 hags sugar from JIakalau last Sunday. She sailed again last evening. Tie sterner W. G. Hall is expected to arrive this al'tc rnoon from windward ports with sugar. The 1 ark Lady Lampsou was docked at Brew er's wharf yesterday to discharge Lt cargo. Th -ie schooner Waimalu is due to-day from Eouomu, Hawaii. TLe 9t earner Waialeale arrived February 6th -froui Kilauea, Kauai, with 3,WJ bags sugar and ''' t-ags rke. She will leave again to-morrow for Kauai. The steamer Likelikt towed out to sea, the schooners Leahi and Moi Wahine last evening. The steamer Iwalaui leaves this morning for Hamalma. The sieumers Kinau aud Mikahala will leave tiis afternoon for their regular ports. The American tern Dora Bluhm, Car taiu W. -'. Goodman, arrived at Hilo. Hawaii, last Thurs dap with general cargo valued at $13,000, includ- 1125 pigj. Ti r.xr.'; .t Kolna, Kauai, January 31st, to the ilf' of Y. J. Trrner, a son. HKFoUK J'OI.ICE JUSTICE DAYTON. Monday, February 0th. , Several drunks had to pay $G each. O. Schussli-r forfeited bail of $10 for assault and battery on his wife. T. II. Harrison, charged with keeping a disorderly house, was remanded to the Sth. Supreme Cotii t-Special Term. BEFORE MR. JUSTICE PRESTON. Monday, February (th. The King vs. Hawkins and" Silva, conspiracy. Indicred at October term. Tried before a foreign jury. Partly Wrd and continued to the 8th at 10 a. J- The Attorney General and F. M. Hatch for th Crown, W. A. Kinnev for defendants. Captain Covins of the Consuelo has the anks of the Advertiser for a San Fran- -.SCO llfl TCkt. rX T . - i-rv-i ui januaryr loth. . J. l-.. . : I I .. -a - LOCAL AND GENERAL. Plenty of dust in Hilo. Tlie Kinau sails this afternoon. The Pand gave a concert at Emma square last evening. Head what the California Fruit Market expects by the Australia to-day. Finbroideries and Jaces to set of 'the faces of pretty young sweethearts and wives, If you would buy tliem, at fcachs 1 d try them. Vou will fintl children's dresses there too. The Right Pee v. Bishop Willis returned from a pastoral visit on Hawaii by the Kinau. His Excellency the Minister of the In terior was receiving congratulations yes terday. It is a boy. Have you seen .Seaborne Luce's brand new delivery wagon, and the driver's gold lace hat? U is way up. Tire Oceanic Company's; steamship Aus tralia is due at noon to-day from San Francisco with 11.5 days later news. Table linen and napkins, fine towels and linen crash, In Turkish and in Russian (and Mikado shades so flash), At Sachs' store you will find them, and polite attention to. Take my advice and go there; it will pay you if you do. The Inspector General of Schools, Mr. A. T. Atkinson, returned by the Kinau from a tour of inspection of Government schools on Hawaii. An express driver named Harry is un der arrest charged with violently assault ing another man named Charlie. The lat ter is in a critical condition. T. H. Harrison of the " Poodle Dog" was charged in the Police Court yesterday with keeping a disorderly house. He was re manded to Wednesday. J. A. Magoonap pears for him. The new swimming bath at Oahu school is 45 feet long by 32 feet wide, with an aver age depth of o' feet. It is the idea of the principal and he evidently believes, that "Cleanliness is next to godliness." If perchance you need a Shade Hat, a sailor Poke or Flat, A little hat for Lovie, trimmed with this or that ; A bonnet for the baby, of muslin, silk or lace, I can tell you where to find them 104 Fort street is the place N. S. Sachs, oronrieor. Den Hi of Captaiti 3InroIiaiit. Cajitain Lorenzo ZNIarchant died at nine o'clock yesterday morning at his residence, Merchant street. About four months ago he was taken ill and went to the Queen's Hospital. While there his health improved and he returned to his own residence, but the old trouble returned and he died as stated above. The deceased was born at Nantucket, ,Mass., about sixty-eight years ago. About 1857 he came to the Islands and two years later took command of the schooner Kekauluohi, and later the Mary Helen and the bark Catherine. For a time he was master of the old steamer Kilauea. lie brought the steamer Likelike from San Francisco and took command of her for some time. He also had charge of the Kilauea; IIou. Leaving her the deceased went Into the tobacconist's business on Fort street, and carried it on up to the time of his death. Captain Marchant was a great favorite with seafaring men, and they made his store their headquarters. The deceased adopted Henry Grube who is now in Boston learning the engraving business. The funeral took place yesterday af ternoon from the hall of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A. M. of which de ceased was a member. He was also an horiQ'arY' member of Engine Company No. 1. Chief Engineer Wilson was not notified of the funeral until 11 o'clock yesterday' morning, therefore it was im possible to "summon the department. However, a few members turned out. The remains were interred in the Nuuanu Cemetery. ONE DAY'S LATER NEWS. The Oceanic Company's brigantine Consuelo arrived last evening from San Francisco with one day's later news. There is very little of importance. The new French President, Sadie Carnot, gave a brilliant reception at Paris Janu ary 14th. All Paris was there. J. G. Carlisle has secured his seat in Congress. A dispatch from Berlin dated the 14th, says that the Austrian and Hungarian troops are concentrating on the Silesian frontier, and the majority of the Hun garian Parliament is ardently warlike. The Austrian War Office is confident there are sufficient forces in Central L lllUUig UilU. VCIllU V11Z LU OIIVOL aujt Russian advance. The Prussian diet was opened January 14th. The lloyal speech made no men tion of foreign or military affairs. The "Chronicle" of the 15th states that L. G. Sresovich, the fruit dealer, has failed to meet his pecuniary obliga tions, and has made an assignment of his property for the benefit of his cred itors. The number of deaths in San Fran cisco from smallpox for the week ending January 14th was nine. KarUbad'a Mud Jiatlw. Jenny June's Karlsbad Letter. The baths are a great feature of the treatment, the kind varying with the condition of the patient. The mud baths are, it is said, a ery agreeable to take a statement which seems to need the test of experience. The mud used for the purpose is not found in Karls bad, but is brought from Franzenbad, a few miles distant. The I -nt is placed in a reservoir with mum-rous other patients, his head resting again' t the wall, his body covered with a thick coating of the mud, through which the water from the Sprudel spring is made to percolate. This treatment is applied to cases of gout and rheumatism. V.oiinieyN Tef Tea. W.-hi n :s: -.n Cv,r. "i ; , ,! .e-D?mocrj t. Speaking of Garfield's illness reminds me ot James Wormley, the noted colored caterer of aGhington, who died a few months ago leaving a fortune of more than xi oo 000, which he made in kcepin" hoiel here. Mr. Worrnle had a patent method of making beef tea, and he pre- i-ci.uu uiucu 01 me last lood eaten by Charles Sumcer, President Lincoln and President Garfield. Lurim ;nrnlr j i resident ( wiriieid. last davs he used to tnkn this hrM t.- every morning irom his hotel to the White House, and Gartield relished it when he could cat nothing else. . It was made by broiling the tenderloin of a porterhouse steak, and while the meat was yet steaminr, putting it into an iron receiver heated for the purpose. A crank was then turned which brought hundreds of pounds of pressure on the steaming bteak causing every particle of its juice to stream forth. A little season ing and the tea was ready. There was no water ab ut it, and it was the pure juice of the beef. 31 r. Wormley also made chicken broth for Garfield, and the chickens used came from his own farm near this city. I ie was especially noted as a terrapin cook, and he considered cooking such'an art that he sent his son, who now man ages the hotel, to 1 aris to take lessons of the noted cooks there. ormiey was the first to introduce terrapin into j'mrland. He took them with him when he went along with lleverdy .'ohnson, who was the ..merican embassador, as cook to the legation. It is said that the terrapin did more to accomplish the ends of the L'nitsJ States than all of tne speeches. Bead in tlia Fortieth oi ;i Second. D t.roit l're.3 Pres.) A learned writer in one of the scien titic magaines claims that death by hanging is the most humane method o putting criminals out of the world that has yet been discovered, trom numer ous observations of executions, and carei til computations of time required for the sensor nerves to carry the feel ing to the brain, he thinks the pang occasioned nv the kill is very brier, anc places the time which a man is con scious of his own feelings, alter bring ingup at the end of the rope, at .02") of a second. In other words, a man who is nanged tins his senses just one-forti o41 a second alter the line is taut. 3Si)rrtisinfnrs. r. sfrtt. v.' ' if- Jv 7- TROYAL":" pa . Ai5sli"t!y Pure. This rowtlrv never ?. ric. A marvel cf purity, Btti"-th. O'i'l V.:;:ei:ic;i.'. More economical ttian the or'.:r.r.rv J:iiK'i.-3,nr.4 eanrotlKiscM in con pctitiou v.itu the niultitu-lo t" low" test, short weight. ahui cr r'. :--;-.r;:rf.c i,-vh -tv. SoiDONiiYlS C A vs. I'wOVAl. BAtl.va i'jsium Co.. lU'i V'aiSW T. Y. W3I. T. CfiLEJIAX & CO., Agents, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. d Cw Ed. Koffsclilaeger & Co., Offer For Sale Sugar Bags, Rice Pags, Galvanized 4-pointed I'arb Wire, Annealed Fencing Wire, Corrugated Iron, G al van ized S ta pic s, Galvanized Buckets, Planters' Hoes, Rice Hoes, Iloe Handles, Lanterns, Candles, Corks, Groceries, German Vegetables, German Fruit in tins and glass, ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC. ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO. d.w WING WO CHAN CO., Commission Merchants, ; 'Kg I m 1 fed If pW w tm( 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 V; " kinds and al; styles of China and Japan Teas, of the latest importation. Opposite W. C. Peacock & Co., Nnn anu street, Honohihi, ILL Mutual Telephone So. IS. .P. O. Bo.v 136. 3m I J f 1 ' ! " ! Commercial IT STJEAM BOOK AND JOE PBIETIM OEEICE Is prepared to 0o 11 kii.tis o oommerciai ' t Legal Work Having jnai ; Rocei ved a Com pie to and Nev Assortment of A aiia umaine 1U ;f the Latest Stvk?,, iron, ti e rxt Ce bra ted Foundries of the United States, and employing only Ksperienecd and i'astv WorKnien, we are prepared to tun; out Letter Sl'.'JiK. Kill ""o;tiM, 'ir?ir. i X'4 ISen. N alei:.eBitw, 'i:illMol'!.ni:iK:. Mori ( erli2i a!4 ltCCnjlieMM J5tl. siilli Tiokrls, I,eii.i!i, I Ski i mc 'ntrnels, fin lluwiliun fc Knglifh) t'JilenJar:, Orders, Keocipts, Mnrriajfe rertilieates. Diplomas, Ca fa "os1 lies, A.nd in fact everything which a first-class office can do. Australian Mai Service. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The new and fine Al steel steaiEU "A. Ju A. EDA." jx tho Oceanic Steanisliip C'ompun3't will be due at llouelnln from tSyilnty and Auckland on or about February 12 th, 1888, AnM will leave for the ubve port with mails and passengers on or about that dat. For freight or nassage, h:iving SUTElUOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, ai.rly to Wm. (x. Irwin & Co., For Sydney and Auckland. The new and fine Al steel steamship ZEAJLA-lSrDJLtY 55 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu from San Francisco or or about February 16, 1888. And will have prompt dlspatcn with mails p.n assengers for the above ports. For rrehrht or passage, having .SUPERIOX AC COMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co., AGISTS Notice of Removal. TKOLIAS LINDSAY 3Iaimfacturing J owe! er, HAS REMOVED TO Tlionias Block, Kins; St Advertise! lob Types unique HOLIDAY GOODS I'KHSO-VAl.I.Y I IV. 111 England ami V :,-. V OX INHIBITION 1Y THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LI IWWIQMH TI LE B ?T GOOli.S EVER Call early and examine these goods, whether you wish to purchase or not. wm 'j 1 1 M r; 'ii .Mas rxn .4 ir Hi 2'i i ;i-eet. 2i.2irei anil llers ill Stable and Fancy Grroceries. FliPBH GOODS By every stoa.i.e: fu-m Cali'ornia. ami always on liand, a full and complete line of Provisions, rvrc .tLtc. ,1h(, i nn-M.o r,". T h i ivAitiij J)iv!'l1;,':i ! , i I THAN A offi:ki:d nv tiik 1 j i f e j s s lira i ice OF THE UNITE!) STATES. irqiiitabl ASSETS OVER The protection of J.ifV Iusuiv.nce fonibineil v.-itli the Investment rrlncii 1" ahvi , -; Tank. Example, of st2.)-j ear t juloument policy for .10,ec0, taken out at the age o: ' Annual premium, ?1S7. Tot.il ireii!iHin in 20 years, Si:,7-lt. ('asli fund then il' alent p.dd up polic-v f-r lil'c, l-l,iX Or, annuity lor lif-, s ,:ao. Estii-ntcs f.;r dilV-ient aiiioiniU an I ditTVrent ae clieerlvlly pi veil. H from futu-e want or provide for youv own old age. Policies Eree, lndisputabl i -' Lie, Etc. 1'ur fuill-. r paraeulars apply to Alexander J". Cnrtwrilit, tiiseral AkcuI, Hawaiian IlaaH. COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG LTSII RED CLOVER, COW GR rrllK ATVEXTIOX OE ALT. IIsT V. RKSTi.'O IN L improving the pasture latins ot ti'.e is'iii.is T , 1 , is called to the. above valuable seeds, which we offer for sale in lots o suit purchasers. We have also on hand ears pie P.-U of v, lute Clover, English Alsyke, Timothy, Hil. (Jraf:?, Crested Dog's Tail, Tall 1 : scue, Italian aye Graas and Eucerne Ft eds, wbieh we oiler in J small lots for trial, and will also receive orders for quantities of not les than half a ton weight, and execute same Avith dispatch. TlT-.iuuelStfd&v Wit. G, EllN CO. NOTICE. WE HAVE JUST KECEIVED A NEW LOT OF MAiNTLA CRtARS, Of the Best Assorted Brands in the Market, which we will sell at Ijo"oM Iriccs. cither in Ilomi or Inty IaiS. Fresh Lots received by every Steamer. MEE FONG & CO.. St., liot. 3Ja:iHfiI.'a aiiii Xiiuaiiu. bra Water-house & Lester, impoetf.es or WAGON LUMBER AND CAIUIIAGE MATERIAL 1C to 22 Eeale street, San Frantisco. aplD M. PHILLIPS & Co., IrlrtTS ami VIiIo:I Idlers I Clothinsr, oots, Shot , fpils. Moil's Furm-.h lug and Fiii-'ey l. No. 11 Kfibiunanu Strent Honolulu, 11. 1. 2..tf v.tt T. J. BAS3 s- n. BROWS T. J. 1 5 ASS & CO. Importers of and iealei s in Artists' - jNlaterials, Paint?, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine. .Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture P rames, etc., etc., etc. II and Hi VMi Street iieflr ?aar3il, SAN FUANCISCO, CAL. CJliuayHtf SKLKCTKO 15 Y rJILTl IN J- j:.JSL the United States GOODS AT LONDON PRICES! OFFERED IN THE CITY .( ,.e No. tAO. V. O. Box N o. 20?- rn GOVERNMENT BOND. js0,tioo,noo. G. Irwin d Co OFFER FOR SALE: SUGARS DKV O It A NULATEJD In ilarrels, ITalf fiarr.N, And J0-ponnd Horoa. fn Half P.arreis i ....,.T t.,.r And 25-pound Boxes In .0-ouud IJoxes. OLIE C. COEEI'.K In Half Barrel TEAS Blue Mottled Soap LMOIST Cases Coined JJeei'. P LOUR Cs ilediuiu Bread. OILS FUEL asd LUBRICATING. ' I LIME CEMENT Galvanized Iron Hoofing. RTDGIISTG. SCIIEWS and WASIIERS. Sugar Bags 22 x 36. COEDAG-E. "tanila sitd Sisal. Panaua Twine Whale IJn Reed's Felt Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering. (; HAYSEEDS, ill,L TIMBEltS A TENXJM, (uuitable fjr lug feiid surveying pii!" '12 tf f ! ! . t i ! II f n ; i- i 1 1 H 1 ! . t ( i : i