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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 9, l0C8.
Wedsehday, r :rury 8.
v s S Australia. Hondlette, 7 days from
" ni;i.i j: r i'is k.
V ,r:- t.DAV, February 8.
hr Han!, for KooUu
V vidua, tor ivii.iui
, mi a-.n rr roroiM ports
- , rear Admiral Lewis A kunberly,
from (-an i". -ir Wiafciuau, Bart., from
li a :a "
gAu I raui-isc c I,erjiiU3 Nordberg, from
Eun-n-. ,fr NewbalI, from Port Town-
iIjk.v l.k Lauy i
uu, S jiidergren, from San
j-rai.tt.-icu , i:, i; i; Cousins, from San
Am I'lf J-
fraucisoo :1 L. Houdittte, from San
II Nfth -M
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ALSSMaaoC'f;lth America, due Jaa-
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.... i irk Will W Case, Kobertson, from San
. . ..t Kahului, Jan 2-15
... 5umt-d:i, H - Morse, from the Colon-
. ,.,-.n-H to S.iu Francisco, due Feb 12
mi I M S rt:.kai.:!, from Tahiti, clue. April 1-20
." i , ,. .1 I , t. .1 fn.iii It? Plnpll ual lol
Mar; La Pa vis, F M 13e n son, from Bos
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toll, n.'s -'i-1'1-11
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iielle, Cooke, from New York,
tl'i';in st'Thomas I11, sailed from Cardiff,
(,'!.. I. fcl
due .Maim i-o
SAtuiia, bailed from Liverpool Nov
i'.'l !l ''
k Saraiiac, .-.ailed from Liverpool October
it , ii nf l- I'iii'iuii'y
Aiu 1 i; l.auy ii.irt-wood, from Hongkong, due
(.,-! t,k li i'riteuinrg, from Hongkonsr, due
I ih ci i.i'r 10-1"-
.ktiie Jturt-Ka, .ueyeiv, irom pau rrancisco
' Am i trk i.' O 'bitinore, f rom Port Townsend,
f Ju.- J iu -ol
t Am U li.I ml May, Johnson, from Hongkong,
( (h.t -bin 'J- 1
I Am llattie N U.inu?, Bangs, from Hong-
I kou, iiue l ei 1-3
f A n Anua ir.m San Francisco, due at Kahu-
j lui, .M.iiii, January -;-iil
Am i k Saraa.ii-, from Sau Francisco, due Feb
from San Francisco, per S S Australia, Feb 8
Mis U 1' luh r. S T Alexauder, P Morrison and
vwl'e, H nVntkf, li Zeiglcr and wife, L Braver
iiiiiin an. I wiiV, lr G P Andrews, Cbas 11 Wet-iiior-.
t Ciitz, M Davis, Mrs C E llensoD, H
l.i.liut'ju, Jr, lr J 1 Noyes, Otto Loesche, II F
iii.uk, S Man. ton, Lieut Llliott, V Arenfi-ed and
m a, .Mrs A V lirowu, J V Colemau, J J 1 lyun, S
luiuiun, Tain Chen and '2'3 steerage.
Tie LaJy I.ampson and tbe George C. Perkins
Live cuiui.leted discharging tbeir cargoes.
The steamer W. G. Hall will leave to-moirow
jiMi iiia' for Maui and Hawaii.
w.eiifc'jige v. rerKins will soon be nauied on
the .Marine Kailway to be cleaned.
TLe SL-hooucr Rainbow brought 20 cords kiawe
from Puuloa February 8th.
Ti e American bark 'Vill W. Case sailed from
s..ii ivdn January 24th for Kahului, Maui.
TLe steamer Kilauea IIou is due to-day from
TLe Hawaiian bark Lady Lampson is expected
to leave to-morrow with about 1 1,100 bags sugar
TLe barkentine Discovery, Captain Neilson,
and b;irk aranac, Captain D. 1. Shaw, are both
II days out from San Francisco for this port.
The barkentine Amelia finishes discharging
Ltr cargo of lumber to-day.
TLe steamers Kinau, Likelike, Leiiua and Mo
iolii are due next Saturday from windward
The barkentine St. Lucie, Captain J. Erskine,
arrived at Puget Sound Januery 25th from Hono-
l'Mi, and will load lumber back for this port.
TLe American bark C. O. AVhitmore is 31 days
out iruin Puget Sound with 500,000 feet lumber
for vais port.
Tte following vessels from this Kingdom have
wnvelatan Francisco since our ast advices;
JAury vj'.b, schooner Rosario, 18 days from
R&vAui-, Jan-.ary 21, steamship Zealandia, 7
lkvs from Honolulu; January 23, bark C. D. Bry
aaf an.i barkentine Mary Winkelman. 20 and 26
aays respectively from Honolulu; January 24,
steamship Australia 7 days from Honolulu, and
hn,antineJ. D. Spreckels, 2oV, days from Ka
Lul'ii; January 16, barkentine Ella, 21 days
ace; January 2S, bark Ceylon, IS days hence;
January .To, v. H. Din.ond. 22 davs heace.
aticisco. January 21st, Walter i, ... . . " ...
x-Preiuier of the Hawaiian fttnarhe from the look-out at Diamond
'TiV li if sr. n c
-4ua, a,vLl 64 years
Til-.,. ""l tAUUiltV XJllJ, Ul I." T
.Vs l 4 years 9 mouths and 28 days.
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0-jeanie Company's steamship
; 'Mraha arrived early yesterday morn-
1 fro"1 San Frai'isco. She left the
atter place January 21st at 2 p. m.,
a southeaster, with a rough
.'ar- At f p. in. cleared up, wind haul-
xperienced fine weather
rv oth. when it, hlpw n
fl'st?' SUt,u?r' with a ver-v rogh, con
t ea- Slowed down from 6 p. m.
y a. n,. TLenee to port fine weather.
l "iaryLM .poke brig W. G. Irwin, 9
Ua" i nf t . . - '
nom Honolulu, in hit. 34 deg.
we-. oi min. v. Same dav
l in ballast,
i" A list
Ca'in and t
an,l ,,oo,, tons of freiglt er
tak'-n ",niifc'"tel More being
if h0 P"St "ice- The steamer
l.atf. !U 0l-canic Company's
v,f'.:1'.? inr:is,1'e Prc-ru.rfme to be
thPii ""i1 Hawaiian
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. ,l0tel :U,ta wen'"S.
( e0l-g at 7:30 o'clock:
. . . Gassner
. .Fall r bach
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er. ' Marches
uflQani.. 7"-"- reiauons
hve been broken.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Chicken thieves have been visiting Wai
kiki. Hand concert at the Hawaiian Hotel this
The Poodle Dog case has been continued
The Australia sails for Kan Francisco
next Tuesday at noon.
The Post Office received thirty-nine bags
of mail by the Australia.
Very cold weather has lately been ex
perienced in San Francisco.
The U. S. S. Trenton, flagship of the Pa
cific, is on the way to this port.
The ladies of the Central Union Church
will give a sociable this evening.
The annual meeting of the Woman's Aid
Society will be held this afternoon.
Embroideries and laces to set of the faces
of pretty young sweethearts and wives.
If you would buy them, at Sachs' I'd try
You. will rind children's dresses there too.
Purser Bedolfe of the Australia has our
thanks for full files of late San Francisco
A meeting of the St. Andrew's Church
Association will be held this evening, when
papers will be read on "Missions."
The passengers by the Australia have
been placed in quarantine until they have
been eighteen days from San Francisco.
Miss Eliza Meek, sister-in-law to Mr.
Horace Crabbe, died at the latter's resi
dence yesterday morning, aged 56 years.
Table linen and napkins, fine towels and
In Turkish and in Russian (and Mikado
shades so flash),
At Sachs' store you will find them, and
polite attention too.
Take my advice and go there; it will pay
you if you do.
Commander Kempff of the IT. S. S.
Adams has been ordered home, and will
be succeeded by Commander G. W. Pig
man. A dead dog has been lying in front f
Singer's bakery for the last two days, much
to the annoyance of the residents in that
Owing to short supplies and active de
mand, rice had advanced in San Francisco,
and at latest accounts was firmly held at
4c cash and 4c at CO days.
Mr. John H. Soper has been appointed
Marshal of the Hawaiian Kingdom, enter
ing upon his duties at noon yesterday.
Mr. Soper will make a good Marshal.
In the Supreme Court yesterday, in the
case of the King vs. Hawkins and Silva,
conspiracy, a flaw was discovered in the
indictment and the defendants acquitted.
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
can tell you where to find them 101
Fort street is the place
N. S. Sachs, nroorietor.
The San Francisco "Call,'' of January
20th, says: The bark Ceylon, Captain Cal
houn, arrived yesterday, eighteen days
from Honolulu. Among the passengers
on board was a family named Bailey. Four
days after leaving Honolulu a small boy,
one of the Bailey family, while playing on
deck, fell down the chain locker, fracturing
Ins taign, and sustaining otner injuries.
The poor little fellow suffered severely, the
fracture not being reduced till the vessel
arrived, as stated.
Sobert J. Creijfliton'M Iteturii.
Robert J. Creighton, an old San Fran
cisco journalist, returned to San Fran
cisco yesterday from Honolulu by the
steamer Zealandia, after an absence of
three years, and will soon enter into
business in this city. . Besides having
been engaged in politics in the Hawaiian
Kingdom, Mr. Crejghton was at one
time editor of the Honolulu Advertiser,
and is thoroughly familiar with the Isl
and's affairs, political and otherwise.
S. F. Call.
A Faithful Servant.
At half-past 4 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, when the steamship Australia was
about thirteen miles from Diamond
Head, a blue light was burned on the
steamer's deck. It was answered by
insidft of two minnf.ps. C!jirtm"n
11 l j 1 1 ,1 . , i . .
xi i. -Til i i t t
be publicly noticed. We agree with
him. Charlie is one of the most faithful
servants in tne puonc service, tie is
always on the look out, and when he ob
tains sleep is a mystery.
Maxwell Must Hansr.
On January 23d the United States Su
preme Court in Washington rendered a
decision in the Maxwell-Preller murder
case, dismissing the case for the want of
jurisdiction. The effect of the decision
to amrm tne sentence oi deatn pro
nounced by the Missouri State Court.
decision unnerved the little ehloro
former. When it was told him for the
first time he showed unmistakeable
signs of uneasiness, and paced-yp and
down the corridor of the jail with
nervous tread. He refused to believe
the statement made to him and refused
to talk until he had heard from his at
torney. Mr. Fountelroy, one of the at
torneys for the defense, was much taken
back, and said the only hope he now
had was to apply to the Supreme Court
for a rehearing, and in the event of an
other failure to seek executive clemency,
wlncn source he had some hope
Death of Benjamin Pitman.
By the Australia news was received
of the death of Mr. Benjamin hitman,
which took place January 17th at his
residence, Somerville, Mass. The de
ceased was well known on these Islands,
having been in the ship chandlery busi
ness at Hilo for twrepy-five vears. He
j was the father of Mrs. John Ailau. The
with deceased was about seven ty-twro years of
WALTER M. GIBSON.
Death of tlie Ex-Premier of the
The Australia brings the sad news of
the death of Hon. Walter M. Gibson, ex-
i Premier of the Hawaiian Kingdom,
j which took place of consumption at St.
Clary's Hospital, ban Jbrancisco, Janu
ary 21st, at 4:30 o'clock p.m. The S.
F. "Call" says: "At the time of his
arrival here from the Hawaiian Islands,
in July, 1SS7, he was suffering from
troubles with his lungs, and on the 10th
of August he took up his abode perma
nently at the hospital. Up to two weeks
ago he was able to be up and about and
at times to take short drives about the
city, but the recent cold . weather af
fected him seriously, and he was rinally
compelled to take to his bed never to
Captain Jackson and F. L. Clarke
were with him when he died. On the
following day a solemn requiem pontifi
cal mass was celebrated for the repose
of his soul at St. Mary's Cathedral. The
remains were then taken to the under
taker's to be embalmed. They will ar
rive here on the Zealandia.
REQUIESCAT IN PACE.
On the death of Walter M. Gibson, who died in
San Francisco January 21, 1S8.
Lo, thou art dead !
No more the care of State will mar
Thy peace by day, or thy dreams by night.
Best ! thou nasi found rest 1
Ah 1 But canst tbou rest even in the grave ?
Yon rippling brook winding its way,
Like a silvery thread across the verdant plain,
Kissed by the bending ferns as they gently bow
To the touch of the passing breeze,
Is not a symbol of thy life. Ah, no !
But like a mountain current newly formed,
Forcing its way through rugged rock.
And canyous dark,
Ever meeting in its onward course, obstacles,
Taking all its strength to overcome
Such was thy life !
Nobly didst though wage the war against so
On they came.warily looking to the left and right,
Always seeking for a chance
To pull down the gladiator, in his strength,
But thou, thou didst face them all !
And some there were who great allegiance
To the ever ewore; who fawned upon thee.
But, when the whole mass withdrew a while
To regain their strength for thy final overthrow
Then onward rushing came
They, too, joined the rabble mob,
And thou wert left, alone.
"At last," they howled, "at last thy race is run
And they who but a short time before
Bowed to thee in thy high degree
They helped drag thee through the streets,
And theirs were the loudest crie of all.
Long years ago there lived a King,
And His subjects loved him well ;
To Him they swore allegiance true,
For Him their lives they would sell.
But, ala3 ! By one He was falsely betrayed,
And this King most cruelly died,
And when the question was asked, of His best
" I know not the man," he cried.
Who among us in our own small realm,
When looking back o'er memory's book,
Can withdraw our mind from the folded leaf
And say "All things are straight? "
And his wa's a heavy charge.
Mighty were the obstacles, be ever had to combat.
So let us judge as we may be judged.
Never again will that restless heart beat with
ambition's throb ;
He has gone to a higher throne
To be judged by a higher King.
And after the storm and strife of this world, .
May he find rest in the one beyond.
Mrs. A. McDonald.
Los Angeles, January 25, 1888.
BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON.
Wednesday, February 8th.
T. H. Harrison,' for keeping a dis
orderly house, was further remanded to
David Carroll was fined $5 for drunk
enness. A nolle pros, was entered against Lang
Yuen, charged with being a gross cheat.
By calling at J. Gonsalves' photo
graphic gallery, Fort street, you can ob
tain views of the different points of in
terest on all the islands of the group and
of the Volcano. Photographs taken in
all styles. t .
Tld3Pov.-'lcr never varies. Amarrcici purity,
strength xnvi vlioloscmenes?. Jlore ecorjamicaJ
an the ordinal' kinds.and cannot besold m com.
peticioi v ith tho multitude cf lo.rtest, shcrt
weight, alum or phosphate powders. fP?,?-"8,
CAKS. -llOYAX. IAIil'd l'OVSEft O.. 100 WaSJ
WM. T. COLEMAN CO., Asreuts,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. d fW
EB. H0FFS0HLAEGER & GO
v . v
ui porters Jt CoiiuuissioiLMercIi int,
. Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
'lii'iiiii (il fe:
STiCAM BOOK AND JOB
is prepared to do ell kinds o
Commercial & Legal Work
Having just Received a Complete and New
Job Types and Ornaments
Of the Latest Style, from tht: most Cei
Lrated Foundries of the United States,
arid employing only Experienced
and Tasty Workmen, we are
prepared to turn out
HI Ik Tickets,
rlu Hawaiian fe Engll&h)
And in fact everything which a first-class
office can do.
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
rhe new and fine Al steel steamship
tha Oceanic Steamship Company, -will be dne
at Honolulu from Sj'dney and Auckland
on or about
February 12th, 1888,
And will leave for the abve port with mails and
passengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from Kan Francisco
or or about
February 16, 1888.
And will have promps dbpatcn with mails an
a?.8engers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
Notice of Removal.'
Manufacturing 3 eweler,
HAS REMOVKD TO
UNIQUE HOLIDAY GOODS
PERSONALLY SELECTED BY
jSIR. B. F-
In England and
NOW ON EXHIBITION BY THE
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., I'd.
LONDON GOODS AT LONDON PRICES!
THE BEST GOODS EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY.
EPT Call early and examine
IEWI & CO.,
111 Fort Street. Importer ami Dealer in
Staple and Fancy- Groceries.
By every steamer from California, and always on hand, a full and complete lim of
Provisions, TCtc- Etc.
Frdipfsctirr guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box No. 297.
EAEE ' CHANCE
ASSETS OVER : :
The protection of Life Insurance combined with the Investment Principles of a Savings
Bank. Example of a 20-year endowment policy for $10,000, taken out at the age ot 25 years;
Annual premium, ?4S7. Total premium in 20 years, 9,740. Cash fund then due, $18,110. Equiv
alent paid up policy for life, 43,800. Or, annuity for life, ?1,310.
Estimates for different amounts and different ages cheerfrlly given. Protect your family
from future want or provide for your own old age. Policies Free, Indisputable, Nonforfeitable
Etc., Etc. For further particulars apply to
Alexander J". Cartwrilit,
General Agent, Hawaiian Inland.
COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG
LISH RED CLOVER, COWr
THE ATTENTION OF ALL INTERESTED IN
improving the pasture lands of the Islands
is called to the above valuable seeds, which we
offer for sale in lots to suit purchasers.
We have also on hand sample 1013 oi nne
Clover, English Alsyke, Timothy, kid wrass.
Crested Doe's Tail. Tall Fescue. Italian Eye
Grass and Lucerne seeds, which we offer in
small lots for trial, and will also receive orders
for quantities of not less than half a ton weight,
and execute same wun aispaicu.
717-jnnel8tfd&w WM. G, IRWIN & CO.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
Of the Best Assorted Brands in the Market, which
we will sell at JLowest Prices, either In
Bond or Duty Paid.
Fresh Lots received by every Steamer.
MEE FOjSTGr & CO..
King: St., Bet. MannaUea and Xnuanii.
Waterliouse & Lester,
16 to 22 Beale street. San Frantisco. ap!9
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
ImiKrters and TlTioIesale Iealers i
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnish
Ing and Fancy Goods. No. 11 Ka&humanu .Street
Honolulu. H. I. 25tf-wtf
T. J. BASS 8. H. BXsOWN
T. J. BASS & CO.
Importers )f and real era in
Artists3 - Materials,
I Painta, Oils, Glass, Vaxniahes,. farpentin.
3lanutacturers or Aiouiain. ricture
Frames, et., eto., eic. t ;
11 and 16 Ellis Nlreet'near Market,
the United States
these goods, whether you wish to purchase
: : : :
Win. G. Jnrin k Co
OFFER FOR SALE:
S TJ G- A .Trt S
And 30-pountl Boxes.
In Ilalf Barrels
And 25-pound Boxes
In 30-pound Boxes.
C. COFFEE i
In Half Barrels
Bine Mottled Soap
Cases Corned Ueef.
Cs Medium Bread.
FUEL and LUBRICATING.
LIME I CEMENT
G alvanize'd Iron Roofing.
SCREWS and WASHERS.
Sugar Bass 22 x 36.
Manila and Sisal, Panana Twine. Whale ZJn
Reed's Felt Steam Pipe
aud Boiler Covering.
A TENTS, (suitable for
Ing and surveying patties-.