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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 6, w8.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. UTH0KIT1. FUNERAL OF CADET COLEMAN. BY A 1 . 4 all employees of the voticeibere, ,b otber persons to -whom Government, an ,Iawaiian Treasury on on rufe" re9ent vouchers for efref;nCort ore that date, and all per .ettlement on or. of tLe Govern staving won J tbeir returna Ct arrneorT bat there may ;be no delay pt)'V: I aJcounts for the fiscal period end- Minister of Finance. , r. Fel-rnary 10, 1S8 ihLMHX'LU, U. J. I'OKT o .IHKIVAW. Mosday, March 5. Mary, from H.n.lei. Kauai gg Morris, from Koolan Monday, March 5. stffl,Likelite.Davies. for Maui and Hawaii. 5 P "1 ,t mnerwood, for "tt'ainae and Waia- bUiir aiM " LeaviuK To-uay. stlflr MokoUi, McGregor, for Molokal, at 5 PSmrKinu.Lorenzen. for Maui and Hawaii, at ' lr Mikahala. Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai- . Knloa etc. Kauai, at 5pra Tir Jarac Makee, Macaulay, for Mlauea and sffi&l?WorKua wchrMile Morris for Koolau isrhr Mary, for Kauai fPeIH in I'ort frmii Foreitfii Ports USSVandalia.Kear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly, TKon.AlW. from Acapulco Erltl.kLady Uarewood, Williams, from Hong- kAm Ik C D Brjnnt, J Lee, from San Francisco t S dam?, L K-Jiiiplf. from Samoa LkCovlon, M Calhoun Irom San Francisco, Am Iktne Fremont, Emerson, from S S I Ambktne Mary Winkelman, Dyreborg, from San lBrit"kVelocity, troni Hongkong easels Especn?i lrm Foreign rorts H Neth M'8 S Zilveren Kruis, Jocko, from S Amt-rica, due Mar 1-20 BUMS Tsukuba, from Tahiti, due April 1-20 Ger lark Deutrhland, from Bremen, sailed October th, due February 1-20 km hi Martha Davis, F M lie nson, from Bos ton, due March 1 Am ship Mystic Uelle, Cooke, from New York, dat March 1-20 Brit bk St Thomas Hell, sailed from Cardiff, tXwr22d, due March 1-20 Br;t bark Natuua. sailed from Liverpool Nov j&Us,due March 5-31 Am lik Sararac, sailed from Liverpool October IJth.duc February '-'J Am hk Edward May, Johnson, from Hongkong, (In? Jan L'6-'il I' SS Omaha, from Panama, due March 1-10 Haw HS Australia, Houdlette, from Han Fran Cisco, due March 6 E M S S Alameda, II G Morse, from San Fran cisco, en route to the Colonies, due March 15 it M S S Mariposa, H M Hayward, from the Colcnies.tu route to Han Francisco, due March 10 Am bk Forest yueen, 'Winding, from Bau Fran cisco, due March 15-21 Am tern W S Bowne, V Blnhm, from San Francisco, due Marcti Haw bk J A King, W H Berry, from Paget Sound, dne at Kahulu Marcli 6-20 Am hktne St Lucie, J Erakiue, from Pnget Suuud, due March 15-25 Am ligtue Luiline, W Matson, from San Fran cinfn, due at Ilil. March 10-20 Urit bk Pacific Slone.lJarneB7from Paget Sound due March 20-:i0 Am bktn flactc-r, W R Perriman, from San 1'rancisco, due March 5-15 Am bktne s (i Wilder, A H Paul, from San Francisco, due March 7-10 Am U-tn S N Castle, L H Hubbard, from San Franeia-o, due March 10-20 V ANNEX! i KUS. PKI'AKTURES. For Kahnlui. Maui, per stmr Likelike, March M P Wilder and wife, Dr U II Bailey, Hon P v p,Mrs MorrisoM. 11 Long. 8 Macaulay, i Keliia, and about 30 deck passengers. SHIPPING NOTES. echooner Mary brought 1,050 baga sugar foaHanalei, Kauai, March 5th for the bark C. D.Bryant, Tie schooner Luka arrived March 5th from Jala, Hawaii, with 1,900 bags sugar for the C. D.Bryant. fl British hark Velocity Is docked at the old wstom House wharf, discharging her cargo of l&inese merchandise. The American bark Ferris S. Thompson, Cap '0 Potter, i3 supposed to be 13 days out from Ma ""Cisco for Kihului. J" American barkentine Hattie N. Bangs has "Hongkong for New York to be reclassed. C0Ttd barkntine Fremont has received a new of whita paint, she will commence reeeiv- S,lUTf0Tu Franciaco for Messrs. Castle & Lke to-morrow. - waotr8raiTrilllleale leaves l-ow after- vriwm.S?? Latly nirewood. Catain m wui sail to-morrow for Hongkong. iUrchshrniaQ b"k H PrItzenberg sailed aOB8koagW,th abUt 130 ChiQese Passengers for rowtt!!e?aer J- A Cumns will leave to-mor-noraiag for Koolau and Waimanalo. from'tM1131"51 Starnboulhas been lowered 1X1 Marine Hallway. Helen m Whaline b"ks J. p. West, Ohio, "a and Sea Breeze were off port yester- inJfTu IW&Uni WiU leave to-morrow gf0r uakua, Hawaii. saeftIrrerS Kinatland Mikahala will leave onfor their usual routes. fro Maui Ma'r U br0Tlgnt 3'903 bas fiUS udltnf rteamShip Anstraa. Captain H. Cisco. ae tbi3 moming from San Fran- e8Ranwr Mi0lii ha8 been on the - Sbewvi' &ndwi11 flowered again to Th. echo afl6rnooa for Molokal. Kuu mI,18 brUght l'm baS9 8g . . isxam, March 5th. harf. 18 now Leia erected at Brewer's Twin. ..i v views. Calling at T r' Papbical o J' Gonsalves' photo aUstICan0' ruphs taken iu Australia to:day. The Kinau sails at four o'clock shis after noon. The health of the Hon. W. C. Tarkeis improving. The Royal Hawaiian band gave a concert at Emma Square last evening. A meeting of St. Peter's Guild will be held this evening at the usual place. Last Thursday a young native boy was killed by the accidental discharge of a gun at Waiinea, Hawaii. I resh oranges, apples, cabbage, canned goods and smoked salmon, per Australia, at the California Market to-day. The first division of the JLiliuokalani Educational Society meets at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the usual place. The Hawaiian Anti-Asiatic Union will meet to-night, Friday, at 7:30 p. m. in the Hook and Ladder hall, Bell Tower. The Oceanic Company's steamship Aus tralia is due at noon to-day from San Francisco with dates to February 28th. It you want a hack, ring up Hawaiian Livery Stables. Mutual telephone No, 404; Bell, No. 249. Moses Palau, Manager. The captain and consignees will not be responsible for any debts the officers and crew of the; bark C. D. Bryant may con tract. George H.Corliss, the eminent engineer and chemical manufacturer, died at Provi dence February 21st, of paralysis of the heart, aged 72 years. The Annual meeting of the People's Ice and Refrigerator Company and the Inter Island Steam Navigation Company will be held at 10 o'olock this morning. Black gros grain silks, black and cream Ithadama silk, cream Tricot silk, direct from Paris, and just opened at Sachs' store. A boiler in the shingle mill of B. Bemis at West Melville, La., exploded February 20th, instantly killing C. Hills, John Stephenson and Seymour Banks, and more or less wounding thirteen others. George L. Fitch delivered a lecture in San Francisco at Pioneer Hall, in the Lick course, February 20th, on "Hawaii, its volcanoes, manners and customs." A large audience was in attendance. . Cashmere shawls in pink, cream and blue; also handmade and woven shawls in colors, black embroidered cashmere shawls at low prices at Sachs' store, 104 Fort street. A cyclone visited Mount Vernon, (111.) February 20th, and destroyed nearly 300 residences and places of business, and ren dered houseless from 1,200 to 1,500 persons. Thirty-one persons were killed and the list of those injured was large. The gains of the Hartford Fire were something wonderful last year. The assets were increased $232,600, and $14G,273 was added to the net surplus. The premium income advanced $105,000, and the loss ratio was below the average. The Har ford's figures for January 1st are $5,288,004 assets, $1,03G,2G0 net surplus.Jmaking the policy " holders' surplus the extraordinary sum " 186,200. The net' surplus is neauy v; ;. reater than the capital. Tii :;;r:aU.-r.;. ;:;-o,ne ?,ifv311. Mr. ihe New V C-oiiiiU- relates the following instance oJ"' a cool transaction by a member of the Sugar rrn;t. itsavM iii,.'. - nst inomhpr rUlf! an importer across the street rujo-iI th I mud and slush, a day or two ago, and J calmly informed him that when his cargoes ! of sugar arrived they must be offered to the trust and nothing done with them until that august body had come to a decision, and that in no case were they to be offer! to Philadelphia at any better or even as good terms as were bid here. The importer indignantly repudiated this attempt at dic tation. An Arrest for Libel. Did you ever see a woman making towards you with blood in her eye and an expressman's whip in one hand? Well, we did yesterday morning on Mer chant street, but not wishing to have any disturbance on the public street with such a one as this was, quietly evaded her, much to her tearful disgust. When going away she was heard to mutter, "He'll call me a jade, will he." It was very evident something had disturbed her peace of mind. As a sequel to the above, the editor of thispaper was arrested in the afternoon on a charge of making and publishing a libel against a woman giving her name as Mrs. A. Harrison. Bail was promptly given for appearance this morning. Mr. F. M. Hatch will appear for the defense. Pence Court. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON. Monday, March 5th. Five cases of drunkenness were dealt with. Wm. McCandless, Jr., Jno. McCand less and S. Pincha3a, all boys, were charged with violating the Sunday laws. Nolle pros., and defendants reprimanded and discharged. Apa, assault with a deadly weapon. Continued to 6th inst. CIVIL CASES. E. N. Cant vs. W. H. Huddy. Dam ages $200 for alleged unskillful dental practice. Continued to 12th mst. Did Not Go, After All. So Poodle Dog Harrison did not get off on Saturday, after all. The reason was that his passport was stopped at the last moment. Let justice now come down on this man, and his case be tried in the Police Court. If he had been a Chinaman the law would have been ad ministered ere this. The public in this instance demands that justice be done. Kussia has sent an order to London for a lot of war balloons. They are to bo mane to accommodate ei men each. A Large Attendance at the Cathedral, and an Inipreasive Service. The funeral of the lato Cadet Ross Coleman of the TJ. S. S. Adams took place yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from St. Andrew's Cathedral. The re mains were taken from the Queen's Hos pital half-an-hour previous in charge of Cadet Scott and eight sailors and placed in the chancel of the church. The coffin was draped with an American flag and covered with most beautiful floral offer ings. The front of the pulpit and the front choir seats on either side were dec orated with choice flowers. Among those in the Cathedral were noticed: His Excellency George W. Merrill, United States Minister Resident, and Mrs. Merrill ; Major J. H. Wodehouse, H. B. M.'s Commissioner, and Mrs. Wodehouse ; Senhor de Souza Canavaro, Portuguese Commissioner; Hon. A. S. Cleghorn; His Excellency Governor Dominis, attended by Major Holt ; Hon. J. II. Putnam, U. S. Consul, and Miss Eva Putnam; Mr. Theo. H. Davies, British Vice Consul ; Mr. R. W. Laine, Spanish Vice Consul and Mexican Con sul, and Mrs. Laine ; Mr. John H. Paty, Consul for Netherlands, and Mrs. Paty ; Col. W. F. Allen; Col. C. P. Iaukea, H. M.'s Chamberlain; officers of the U. S. S. Vandalia, Adams and Marion ; Hon. J. B. Atherton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Foster, Mrs. F. S. Winter, Mrs. A. T. Atkinson, Mrs. A. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Lansing, Miss Louise Brickwood, Capt. H. W. Mist, R. N., Messrs. Jas. G. Spencer, C. II. Eldridge, Dr. Grossman, J. J. Eagan, F. M. Hatch, Chas. Creigh ton, W. M. Giffard, A. W. Richardson, A. M. Ilewett and others. The opening sentences were read by the Rev. George Wallace, the choir chanted the 90th Psalm to a minor chant and then the Rev. II. H. Go wen read the appointed lesson. This was followed by the singing of the hymn, "Days and Moments Quickly Flying." The Rev. George Wallace offered up several ai propriate prayers, the hymn, "Rock of Ages," was sung, and the service ended. The remains were then carried to the hearse by eight sailors, and a procession formed to JSuuanu Cemetery in the fol lowing order: Undertaker; Royal Ha waiian Band ; Detachment of U. S. ma rines as firing party ; the Rev. George Wallace ; the hearse with eight cadets as pall-bearers ; three companies of sailors from the U. S. S. Adams, Marion and Vandalia; officers of three vessels in carriages; general public. Arriving at the cemetery, the commit tal service was read by the Rev. George Wallace, and the remains were placed j temporarily in 'the Meek family vault,! loaned by Mr. Horace Crabbe. They will be sent to California on the next steamer. The detachment of marines fired throe volleys, after which, with the sailors, they marched back to town, headed by the Hawaiian Band. We understand that Mr. John W. Col v it.an, Lr of the deceased, is ex pected ;,rsiv.' t-i iy on th Australia. Snpreim? Vtitnl. bKtrOllF JlrDP, C. J. fcA'r::i;iAV Mach 3d. E. Wery vs. John Nnh?. minor, ot Petition for foreclosure of mortgago. Iv fendant's demurrer. Hearing continued from 28th ult. Demurrer overruled and defendants ordered to file answer before Wednesday, 7th inst., at 1 p. m. J. M. Monsarrat for plaintiff; W. C. Achi for defendants. IN BANCO BEFORE JUDD, J. C. ; M'CULLY, PRESTON, BICKERTON AND DOYLE, JS. Monday, March 5th. In ro Z. Kalai, Police Justice of North Kohala, Hawaii. Misconduct in office. Hearing ordered upon the 24th ult. Con tinued till Tuesday. Attorney-General and Deputy Attorney-General for the Crown ; J. L. Kaulukou for respondent. AT CHAMBERS BEFORE M'CULLY, J. In re estate of Mathias Kirchhoff. Ac counts of W. G. Irwin and A. O. Forbes, executors; approved and they dis charged. IN BANCO IN EQUITY B EE ORE JUDD, C. J., M'CULLY, PRESTON AND BICKERTON, j'S. (Mr. Justice Dole, having been of counsel, did not sit.) G. W. Willfong vs. J. H. Paty et al. Opinion of the Court by Mr. Justice Mc Cully. The defendants excepted o the Master's report in finding due the de fendants $385 48, and moved that the re port bo modified to allow the defendants $1,569 63, which exception was allowed by the Chief Justice to the extent of al lowing the sum of $149 95 charged for compound interest. After reviewing the facts and the law affeeting them, the Court confirmed the order appealed from. W. O. Smith for plaintiff, F. M. Hatch for defendants. BEFORE BICKERTON, J. In re Victoria Fortado, an infant, etc., married under legal age. Petition to de clare marriage null and void. Hearing concluded, and matter taken into con sideration. . mm Referring to Bismarck's great speech before the German Reichstag, a cable dispatch says : "A tumbler of his favor ite beverage stood at his hand and had to be refilled eighteen times." There are orators and statesmen in all parts of the world who would do well to find out what Bismarck's favorite beverage i3. m " There is an endeavor in Russia to bring gold and silver into circulation and prepare the way for a compulsory metallic standard. NOTICE- THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE SHARE holders of the Interisland Steam Nvig on Company (Limited) will be held at their office on Tuesday, March 6th, at 10 o'clock. Honolulu, February 27, 1888. ENA 7t CHE. GERTZ, Importer and Dealer In dents' Ladies' and Children's &Sli THE CHOICEST BRJLiCDS OF Cigars and Tobacco Ilept on Hand. 2T Order from the other islands solicited. PINE WATERPROOFS -A N D- Ma Robber Clothiiig FOR SALE AT Ed. Hofischlaeger & Co., IUuk and Bethel Streets. d&w PACIFIC Commercial Advertisei 8TJKAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE r prepared to do U kinds o Commercial & Le&a! Work A-iortrretit of Job Types and Ornaments w Of the Latest Styles, from' the most Cel brated Foundries of the United States, and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, we are prepared to turn out Mortjraire Blanks, Leases, Shipping: Contracts, fin Hawaiian A English) calendars, frtanlc Cfieetts, Orders, Iteeeipta, Karri are Certl Urates. Diplomas, Catalogues, Blottf nsr Pads letter Heads. BIH IIa!, Circulars, STote He till! o S,p.i!wsr, Ntoek CertitU . . Bnslness Card. Heal ClseeUs Milk Tickets, Contracts, And in fact everything which a rsi-clas3 office can dc. Boots Shoes DD jl a. PACIFIC HAEDWAEE CO, L'D FORT Hardware, AgiicuHura AND GENERAL Now. Opening New New Style Steel Door Mats, WOEIST WIEE ROOFHSTGh, Entirely New, Translucent, Waterproof", Durable. The following are some of the purposes 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, Pheasantries Fowl Houses and Kennels, Skvlights, Factory Windows, Workshops, Markets, Schools, Laundries, Portable buildings, Temporary Structures, and all other build ings requiring to be light and dry. RARE CHANCE BETTER THAN OFFERED "Eqni table l'ife OF THE ASSETS OVER : : : : : : 0,000,000. The protection of Life Insurance combined with the Investment Print i tis of a Savings Bank. Example of a 20-year endowment policy for $10,000, taken out at the age c ( 2.1 y ar; Annual premium, $487. Total premium in 20 years, 9,740. Cash fund thendi , 18, 1U. Equiv alent paid up policy for life, 813,800. Or, annuity for life, ?1,310. Estimates for different amounts and different ages cheerftlly given. Protf ct your Umlly from future vrant or provide for your own old age Policies Free, Indisputable, NonforfelteMc Etc., Etc. For further particulars apply to Alexander GRASS SEEDS. cocksfoot, rye grass, eng lish red clover, cow grass; 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 lots of White Clover, English Alsyke, Timothy, Rib Grass. Crested Dog's. Tail,. Tall Fewue, Italian Bye 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. NOTICE. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF i MANILA CIGARS, thjBe?t Assorts! Brands in the V, it !rt, which I vro H'lX 0ll at Ixlei Ir rirher la Fresh lA-ts received fcv mee :Exisr& CO. Kins St., Bet. SI annakea and Nnoann. 3m SAMOAN VIEWS! By J. D. Strong, Who accompanied the Hawaiian Embassy. J. J. Williams,' Photographer, . 11042 Fort Street, Honolulu. Has on Salea Series of Views iOf Samoan Lif ej& Character And Historical Incidents connected with the Hawaiian Mission to Samoa. An Immense Variety and Great ArtisUc merit. Call and See Them. & CO. 1frs In I Ill PORT I BOX 207 : : TELEPHONE 21, i Tmt terti am IVhofrsale I!or I i clothing, Boot, an?, nav.3, Men's mmish lug and Fancy Goods. No. 11 Knali ji-ann t-uf et Hccclulu, U I. 22t-wtf STREET. lllllllnilllllx MERCHANDISE. Goods in Oxir Lino -:o:- FOR INVESTMENT. GOVERNMENT BOND. BY THE Assurance UNITED STATES. C ornpany J". Cartwrigflit, Ueueral Agreut, Hawaiian IMamli. Wn. 6. Irwiii & ft OFFER FOR SALIC : LS TJ G J H S URY GRANULATED Iu Barrels, Half Barrels, And SO-ponnd Boxes. In Half Barrels And 25-pound Boxer. l"OWDERED- In 30-pound Boxes. JOLDEN C. COFFEE In Half Barrels rEAS Blue Mottled J ' t : 4. t J a .aX:jvi oisr Cases Corned PH;i. P JL, O TJ I c.c Medium 9 FUEL Aii LULU1C LIME CEMENT Galvanized Iron I:yoihi!. RIDGUG SCKEWS and WASHED. Sugar Bags22x3G. CORDAGE. Manila and Sital. Panana Twine, Whale Line Reed's Felt Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering. IE A lilt Itrriiti HILL TIMBERS A Ti.Ni rt, .suitable, for ;r i puiveying parties', 22 tf S. H. B&OWX T. X BASS & CO. Inii-orWa of ai a Dealers In Artists' - Materials, i, o Varnishes, Turpentine. Ma nu; 'act are ra of Mouldings, Picture .L . , rf tree? 'near TTarket t and 3rf hu street near zzarkct, j SAN IT. A XCTSCO, CAL. C-H-nayHtf o i