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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVMTisM, FEBRUARY 27, leetf;
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UllT OF 1IO.NOL.ULU, U. J.
F a rt'KDAY, February 25.
,.,n,,ii. from Maui and Hawaii
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StinrUfeflf - ' ' y from Moiokai
?t'i" Chaney, from Lahai
S.tri" si-npav, January 26.
ilrslM W G Irwin. McCulloch, 11 days from
Sla. Freeman, from Kauai
5l A Viialeale, from Kauai
gKavailaui, from Koolau
Sati'RDay, February 25.
D Spreckels, u rrns, ior
im trgtne John V is
4 Franco, at 12 m
tor Haniakua, via Lahaina
teel i.eavmsr To-day.
,L-rKinau,T-oreuzt,n. for Maui and Hawaii, at
for Kahului and way
Hon, Cameron, for Haniakua.
torts, at 5 p m
eS!aMokohi. McGregor, for Molokai. at 5
. f.,! .,, f..f K' liv.f. nt f n m
Stair Jinil'S Jianc-, j , :
K.iala. Linierwooj, ioi
Xeilson. for Waimaualo
stmr J A Cummins.
ui Koolau, at 9 a m
Aa bjrk Colusa. Hanks, for San Francisco
Schr Kauikeaouli for KohaU
Kl,r LiboliLo, for Kauai
S-hr Canute, foi Kuau
in rort rrtn Foriii Ports
V?SVacilalia,Kear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly,
im Callao, S. A.
in bark CO Wbitmore, D II Ward, from Port
Uumi, W T
I SS Marion. Dyer, from Acapulco
Haw srhr Jennie Walker, 13 Anderson, from
Am kirk Colusa, Backus, from San Diego, Cal
L'rit bk Latl y Harewood, Williams, from Hong
ton?. "aiu bk C D Bryant, J Lee, from San Francisco
lierbkPrltzenburfj.H Aureus, from HongkonK
Ambk Saranac, D B Shaw, from Sau Francisco
Am bktne Discovery, Xeilsen, from San Fran
cisco Am wh bk Lagocla, from New Bedford
Ambrgtne W O Irwin, McOulloeh, from San
evte.. i:xeci-t from roreig-ii jporis
H Neth M's S Zilveren Krnis, Jocke, from S
America, due Mar 1-"2(J
HIJMSTsukuba, from Tahiti, due April 1-20
(ier bark Deutchland, from Bremen, sailed
October -J8th, due February 1-20
Ambk Martha Davis, F M Benson, from Bos
ton, due March 1
Am ship Mjstic Belle, Cooke, from New York,
due March 1-2U
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from Cardiff,
October 22d, due March 1-20
Brit bark Xaruna, sailed from Liverpool Nov
29th. due March 5-31
Ambk Sararac, sailed from Liverpool October
25th, due February -!
Ambk Edward May, Johnson, from Hongkong,
aae Jan 26-1
Am bktae Hattie N Bang?, Bangs, from Hong
kong, due Feb 1-5
.SSAdanis, L Kempff, from Samoa, due Feb
imk Ceylon. M Calhoun from San Francisco,
fSSOiLaha, from Panama, due March 1-10
86'ons, due Feb 28
-Jr.88 Australia, Houdlette, from Sau Fran-
CiJ. due March 6
MS S Alameda, II G Morse, from San Fran
R V rou,e to tLe Colonies, due March 15
faim S S Miril osa 11 M Wayward, from the
in ,1? in route to Suu Francisco, due March 10
f f lleit Winding, from San Fran-
c:co, due March 15-21
tern Y s Bowne, W
acisco.dne March 6-22
SouH,i V KiDg' W 11 Berry, from Paget
, Ve at Kahulu March 6-20
-u, uMne st Lucie. J
,nnd,due March 15-25
Bluhm, from San
Erskiue, from Pnget
Ciscn .i. .7 ." noiu
firit ft 0 -Marcu 10-20
in "irch ,o.fiS Sloi)e'liirnesfrora ruSet Sound.
nla5Sh Iif Perriman' from San
franc'DlS .yS9J L..H "bbard. from San
merchandise. Reports having had pleasant
weather and fair trades the entire passage.
The American bark Ceylon, Captain R. Cal
houn, was to leave San Francisco shortly after
the brigantine W. O. Irwin for Honolulu.
The steamer Kaala arrived last Saturday from
Waianae and Waialua with about 1.400 bags
The schooner Haleakala arrived yesterday from
Pepeekeo, Hawaii, with 1,258 bags sugar.
The sehooner Moi "Wahine arrived yesterday
from Hamakua, Hawaii, with 2,100 bags sugar.
The schooner Kauikeaouli brought 2,100 bags
sugar from Kohala, Hawaii, on Saturday.
The steamers Kinau, Likelike, Xilauea Hou
and Mokolii, of the Wilder's line, will leave this
afternoon for their usual routes.
The American bark Will W. Case railed from
Kahului, Maui, February 24th with 1,000 tons of
sugar for San Francisco.
The American brigantine John D. Spreckels,
Captain F'riis, sailed February 25th at noon for
San Francisco with 5.C48 bags sugar shipped by
II. A. Widemann and 1,885 bags rice shipped by
Messrs. M. S. Grinbaum & Co. The cargo was
valued at $33,655 18 and weighed 814,372 pounds.
The steamer C. R. Bishop arrived from La
haina, Maui, February 25th with 2,529 bags
The schooner Canute brought 3,200 bags sugar
from Kuau. Maui, last Saturday for the bark C.
The barkentine Discovery will sail to-morrow
with a full cargo of sugar and oil for San Fran
cisco. The steamer Likelike arrived early last Satur
day from Maui with 4,236 bags sugar. She sails
again this evening.
The steamer James Makee brought 2,765 bags
sugar from Kapaa, Kauai, last Saturday.
The American barkentine W, H. Dimond, Cap
tain E. P. Drew, arrived at Kahului, Maui, Feb
ruary 24th, 17 days from San Francisco, with a
cargo of general merchandise.
The steamer Kinau arrived from Hawaii and
Maui February 25th, with 6,000 bags sugar, 81 pes
hides, 150 bags potatoes, 4 horses, 25 tons old
iron and 130 packages sundries.
na5SaniManJ Hawaii, per Btmr Kinau Feb
' A Beckwith c H Cora". W R Cuthbert,
W4svan? frM,W H SuiP' 3 children
MYamasS!;8811 Wooda and rvant. Dr
fckolS and ft I? Ewart W T Roades, Mrs F
dwk B?.aUKbter'MSeya J S Smithies and
r&rSft'pV1!00' pfr hrgtDe w G Irwin-
From m 2 aud W C OTender.
XSpenS;rrrT6tLikelike' February 25th
DtKYoshHl VE1Mlle8Mis8 U E Carpenter.
ndoS HM'ira.pta,nDTooraey. Mrs Hakuole
terBonn Rklug'Rev Father Leonore.
From K hlDese and 8 ; d"k passengers.
KthATAtkir-lf 8t.eamer Mikahala, February
n wife, lion w3,iRohertson' F- Fukushlnsa
A 0 Forbes P vw R1,c,e wlfe anfl family, Rev
a and Cldeck passengers.
TorSa F DEPARTrREs.
Feb'uary125thji a?' Pr brgtne J D Spreckels,
KITCHEN At Kealia, Kauai, on the 14th inst.,of
brain fever, liarie Louise, youngest daughter
of Colonel M. L. W. and Mrs. Julia A. Kitchen
of New York, aged 3 years and 3 months.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
ine fr!l!aer Mikala arrived yesterday morn
bfdea. Uai With 5'3-8 bag, sugar and 49
R.P, I J "u oarnue Planter
n xranciarn Fhriip
Kilea ancirHVaialeale arrived yesterday from
and 550 Mai- With bagB
ItTv. . "uu)
The Science nf lnlmUlrv-Hhat
Shaking Hands Uevenls.
aim w .
f wcku A-i U
ri 1 1 r
.wvw . j x uai j
- aay8 from tt..,..
Marine Rai Dal hasbten lowered from
EcCun0cv W' -Irwln- CaPteln
omEaQVcdyetday morning. 11
rancigco. with ano ,
Rain is needed on Maui.
No bookkeeping class to-night.
Major V. II. Cornwell is in town.
Band concert at Emma Square this even
ing. Plenty of rain on Hawaii during last
The Discovery sails for San Francisco
The brig W. G. Irwin is at quarantine
in the stream.
The steamer IJelgic will be to-morrow
from San Francisco.
A waterspout was seen off the harbor
A number of Japanese leave for Yoko
hama to-morrow by the Belgic.
The bark Ceylon cleared from San Fran
cisco the same time as the W. G. Irwin.
The Kinau sails on her Volcano trip this
afternoon, and the Likelike leaves to-morrow
The barkentine S. N. Castle arrived at
San Francisco February 14th, 14- days
Mr. Chas. Kibling has been appointed
Purser of the steamer Likelike to succeed
Mr. Geo. W. Smith.
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold a trade clear
ing sale at his salesrooms this morning, by
order of T. H. Davies & Co.
At 10 o'clock this morning Mr. J. F.
Morgan will sell the household furniture
at the residence of Mr. J. M. Sass, Fort
The brigantine John D. Spreckels which,
left on Saturday for San Francisco, took
731 letters and 221 packages papers from
the Post Office.
The Board of Health are calling for
tenders for the sale to the Board of 200
head of two to three-year old heifers for
the Leper Settlement.
The lady collectors of St. Andrew's Ca
thedral building fund will please send in
their collections to the Rev. Alex. Mack
intosh by Wednesday morning.
Cashmere shawls in pink, cream and
blue ; also handmade and woven shawls in
colors, black embroidered caslimcre shawls
at low prices at Sachs' store, 104 Fort
The latest device of the Germans m the
art of warfare is that of trainining falcons
to destroy the carrier pigeons of the enemy.
They will, of course, be under the control
of the hawkward squad.
The brigantine W. G. Irwin is without
doubt one of the fastest sailers m the
island trade. She made the trip to San
Francisco in 12 days, and yesterday ar
rived from the last named place in eleven
"I firmly believe that the prisoner has
dipped his hand into my cash drawer reg
ularlv for the last six months," said a sa
loon keeper, who had charged his barman
with theft. "Umer well, 'Punctuality
is the soul of business,' " remarked the fa
The Secretary of the U. S. Treasury on
February 3d issued a circular to customs
officials in regard to the rate of drawbacks
on dried refined sugars. It provides that
the rate of drawback provisionally estab
lished by the circular on September 28,
1886, on all refined loaf, cut loaf, crushed
or granulated and powdered sugar, stove
dried or dried by other equally effective
process, viz. : 2.60 cents per pound less the
the legal retention of 1 per cent, is hereby
declared permanent. This question has
been pending before the Department for
, A Boston, Mass., paper has the follow
ing: Benjamin Pitman of Somerville, who
died Tuesday, January 17th, of congestion
of the lungs, was born in Jtsosion in 1.010.
He engaged in mercantile business in the
Sandwich Islands when a young man, and
there remained twenty-five years, marry
ing a near relative of King Kalakaua.
Afterward he resided ten years in Ger
many, and then went to Somerville. He 1
was a man of generous and genial disposi- j
tion and highly respected. A widow, who j
was his second wife, and five children sur
George Francis Train is as loony as a
wild cat on many subjects, no doubt,"
remarked a physician the other day,
"but there is a good deal of method in
his madness about one thing."
"Shaking hands. I don't blame him
for disliking promiscuous hand shaking;
it has many unpleasant features."
"What can you tell by the shake of a
"A good deal. Why, I can pick out
the people in a crowd with whom I
shake hands, who have kidney disease,
and they don't know it !"
"I don't understand you. Do you pre
tent to say there is anything peculiar in
their 'shake' ? "
"No, not in the 'shake,' but in the
'feel' of the hand."
"Please explain what you mean."
"A hot dry hand shows inactivity of
the skin. The skin is the third kidney.
We sweat out as much water through
the skin as we pass off through the'
"How much is that?"
"In health, several pints a day. In
summer we sweat more than in the
winter, but in health there is a constant,
though invisible escape of moisture
through the skin. In the palm of the
hand there are from two to three million
little sweat pores. The sweat-glands are
a great help to the kidneys, and when
working healthfully. in the summer, the
dneys can and do take a much-needed
recreation. You can prove this, if you
notice that you pass less fluids in sum
mer than in winter, if skin and kidneys
You will be surprised, if you shake
hands with a company of people, to see
how many hands feel hot and dry.
Hadn't you noticed it?"
"I don't believe I have. But what can
be done in such cases?"
Only one thing can be done, and that
is to get the kidneys at work again by a
very thorough course of treatment with
Warner's safe cure, and giving yourself
?. sponge or wet cloth rubbing with warm
or cold water, whichever is the most
agreeable, night and morning. Use
only the best soap on the body irisuch
cases. Indeed, soap isn't necessary
oftener than once a week. Vigorous
rubbing with a well wrung towel, fol
lowed by like rubbing with a dry warm
towel, is recommended. f
Palmistry is a modern science that is
vuite a fad with fashionable people now-a-days,
but there is a good deal more in
it than the professional palm readers
have yet found out.
The following musical programme will
be given by the Royal Hawaiian Military
Band this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
March "Defilir" Krai
Overture "Light Cavalry" Suppe
Gavotte "Stephanie" Zibulka
"Reminiscences of Verdi" Godfrey
"Kun Lei me Puu Ohulu" (new)
Medley "Reverie" Wiedecke
Waltz "Gypsy Baron" Strauss
March "Kaa Wai" (by request). . .Berger
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
Last evening about 7 :30 o'clock some of
the crew ot the steamer Kinau noticed
flames issuing from the officers' rooms.
They burst the door in and put the fire
out. It w-as then found that some clothes
had ' caught fire, but how is not known.
Very little damage was done. The fire
bells rang, but the services of the depart
ment wrere not required.
By J. D. Strong,
Who accompanied the Hawaiian Embassy.
J. J. Williams, Photographer,
.1041 Fort, Street, Honolulu,
Has on Sale"a Series of
Samoan Life& Character
And Historical Incidents connected
with the Hawaiian Mission
- to Samoa.
Variety and Great Artistic
Call and See Them.
Notice of Kemoval.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
etrength and v holcsonicness. More economvcaJ
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in coin
petitio i with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum orphosphate powders. SoxDOXLYTJ
cans. Royal. Bakixo Powder Co.. 108 Wa22-eJ
WM. T. COLEMAN & CO., Agrents.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. d
On Wednesday, Feb. 29th,
At IO O'clock a. 111.,
At the premises No. 46 King street, known as the
"Poodle Dog Saloon," I will sell at
The Lease of Premises,
For BFit e Years, at a Rental of $40
Per M011 tli.
The building is in good repair, and has four
rooms on ground floor and three rooms upstairs,
with halls, etc , with right of way on Ewa side.
Also, will be sold at the same time the
Stock and Fixtures,
3 French Plate Mirrors !
Plug: and Smoking; Tobacco,
Ci g;arettcs and Cigars,
One Xlckel Snow Case.
Elegant Soda Fountain.
One French Swinging Clock,
B. W. Bureaus and Washstands,
Rolling Awning Screens.
Shelving and Counters, Etc.
Premises open on TUESDAY. February
28th, from 12 to 3 o'clock p. m.
James F. Morgan
COTTAGE, 5 OR 6 ROOMS, ELEVATED
cality. Rent moderate. Apply:
Z., P. O. Box O.
H. E. McINTYKE & BKOTHER
GROCERY & FEED STORE,
rrnmer nf For t and Kine Streets,
79-wtf Honolulu, H.I
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & 00
Tmworters fc 'Commission Merchants,
X Queen Street, uonoiuiu, a. x.
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
rhe new and fine Al steel steamship
j tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due
at Honeluln from Sydney and Auckland
. on or about
March 11th, 1888,
And will leave for the abve port with mails and
passengers on or about inai aaie.
For freight or passage, having
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. (t. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from San Francisco
or or about
Manufacturing J eweler,
I Thomas Block, Kins; St.
PACIFIC HAKDWAEE CO, L'D
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Now Opening ISTew Goods in Ovir Line
New Style Steel Door Mats,
WOVEN WIEE ROOFIN&,
Eutlrely New, Translucent, Waterproof, Durable.
of thfl mitoses to which it is applicable : Verandas,
Porches and Covered Ways, Boat Houses, and Engine Room Skylights, Conserva
tories, Ferneries, Garden Frames and Summer Houses, Stables,-Loose Boxes for
Horses and Cattle, Barns, Cow Houses and Shepherds' Houses Pheasant r iee
Fowl Houses and Kennels, Skylights, Factory windows, woncsnops,
Schools, Laundries, Portable buildings, Temporary Structures, and all other build
ings requiring to be light and dry. -
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill Fort Street. Importers aud Dealers In
and Fancy (Groceries.
By every steamer from California, and always on hand, a full and complete lin. of
Provisions, Etc. Etc.
f t lh Hii i guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box No. 297.
RARE CHANCE E0R INVESTMENT.
BETTER THAN A GOVERNMENT BOND.
OFFERED BY THE
OF THE UNITED STATES.
The protection of Life Insurance combined with the Investment Principle of a Savings
Bank Example of a 20-year endowment policy iur jiu.wu, x. .
Annual premium, $437. Total premium in 20 years. $9,740. Cash fund then due, 118,110. Equiv
alent naid urj policy for life, S43.800. Or, annuity for life, 1,310.
Estimate? Pf or 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". Cartwrigrht,
General Afcent, Hawaiian Island.
COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG
LISH RED CLOVER, COW
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
OFFER FOR SALE:
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 ouit purchasers.
We have also on hand sample lots of White
Clover, English Alsyke, Timothy, Rib Grass.
Crested Dog's Tail, Tall Fescue, Italian Rye
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 with dispatch.
717-junel8tfd&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 liowest Prices, either in
Bond or Duty Paid.
Fresh Lots received by every' Steamer.
MEE FOISTGr & CO.,
Uiutr St., Bet. Mauuahea ami Nuuaiiu.
SUG .A. R S
In Barrels, f
And 30-pound Boxes.
In Half Barrels
And 25-poand Boxes
In 30-pound Boxes.
NOLDEN C. COFFEE
In Half Barrets
Blue Mottled Soap
Cases Coined Beef.
Cs Medium Bread,
FUEL A HP LUBRICATING.
Waterliouse & Lester,
16 to 22 Beale street. San Francisco. apl9
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers I
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hata, Men's Furnish
In and Fancy Goods. No. 11 Kaahumanu Street
Honolulu. H. I. 25tf-wtf
March 15, 1888.
And will have Dromm dl3patcn with mails an i
assengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Win. GL Irwin & Co.,
T. i. BASS
T. J. BASS & CO.
IiiiDorters of and Dealers in
Artists' - Materials,
Paints, Oils. Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine.
Manufacturers ox.iiouiaingB, nciuia
Frames, etc., etc., etc.
14 and 16 Ellis Street near Market,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. k
Galvanized Iron Boofing.
SCKEWS and WASHERS.
Sugar Bags 22x36.
Manila and 6!al, Fanana TwlatvWbale Un
Reed's Felt Steam Pipe
and Boiler Covering.
TENTS, (suitable for
inf and surveyinar partt;.