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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, A PHIL 3. " ibcB.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Neisou. tor Wahuanalo
Erwoul. for uialua and
'XJ f0racircuitofOabu,atam
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r..i.-iiia To-ciay.
I ' ,..n for Maui and Ua-
' Kiaaa, Loreiueii, xor
JLSU-for Hamakua Hawaii,at
i v.kee M .caulav, for Kilauea and
Sle"le, CUH. iov Hanalei and
Vf u Friuin. for Nawiliwili. Yai
tc;' . forHamakua
iiat5PIU f. i .- rrpt Sound
Jtl Atlanta, for 1 - . . A,errimdlIf for San
1 bktne rim-'1-
, at 3 p "1
nvpr from Acapulco
MSS"'L KenU-.from Sacnoa
!' Si o Watt, from Liverpool
lkr m HoDkiu. from San Diego
1 "vJ a. Kimberly. from Hawaii
BeV5 WiVer.A II Paul, from San
:iC0 f-i-' Belle. Cooke, from New York
fSsXttle, L U Hubbard, from San
s:co
I bik Willie McLaren. Cozens, from New-
Ladv I ampsoD, from San Francisco
fttffwtland, O liorse, from Bremen
fispren" irom foreisi f-ori
rtb M'8 9 Zilveren Kruis, Jocke, from S
?,f S?Ubar?roin Tahiti, due April l-20
it hi Thomas Bell, aailed from Cardiff,
frW da' March 1-20
irYsituna, sailed from Liverpool Nov
-cue March 5-31
ii Edward May, Johnson, from Hongkong,
n '"fi '1
IsOiMtia, from Panama, due March 1-10
bktne St Lucie, J Erskiue, from Puget
id due March 15-25
It'tik Pacific Slope, Karnes, from Puget Sound,
Vittb 20-':0
ijc-n H L Tiernao, Melauder.trom San Fran
lea route to Jaluit, due March 10
.i:inl(due at Kahuli.i from San Francisco
-i 10-20
"f urk Jkmmon, from Port Discovery, due
2 15-JO
i brk Alice Muir, Yarnell, from Newcastle,
due April 1-20
irk liee Marv, Nixon, from Newcastle, N
tiaU.rill-20
iiik Veritas, from Newcastle, NSW
fira Dual, Hweetland, due at Eahului,
f fcttistle, N S W, March -U-31
Vbk WB Godfrey, R Liable, from San Fran
Ike March 24-31
WiEeCunsuelo, L B Cousins, from San
!x, due March 24-31
bsae Ella, from Sau Francisco, dne March
ttCOPerkius. Nordberg, from San Fran
j.izt Hilo March 2-M
"iiSSliaelic, from Hongkong via Yokohama
petoSan Francisco, due April 4-5
fii Australia, Houdlette, irom San Fran
t lae April 3
h S S Mariposa, H M Hayward, from San
iaoo en route to Colonies due April 13
ksS Zealandia, Oterendorp, from Colouies
piSaa Francisco, due April 7
I steamers Lehua and Mokolii arc due.
! iteaiiship Australia is due this morning
Jia francisco. ,
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pteamship Gaelic is expected to arrive to
ll from Yokohama and Hongkong, en route
2 Fraacisco.
;f iteamer Surprise has put her 4,500 bags
oa the bark V. H. Hopkins.
I barkeatinea Ella and St. Lucie are due
. :ie Coast.
f steamer Surprise leaves at noon for Lau
jtoe, Oaomea and Papaikou, Hawaii.
Isieamer W. G. Hall will leave this morn
p windward ports, and the steamers Kinau,
fkewd Kilauea Hou will leave this after
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American bark Vilora H. Hopkins will
J to-morrow with a full cargo of sugar for
J-iccisco
"earner James Makee will be lowered
pe Marine Railway this morning; and will
pis afternoon for Kauai.
t Amerlcan clipper barkentine Planter,
-R.Perriniau, will leave at 3 o'clock
ternoon for San Francisco with 960 tons
400 bunches bananas, and the follow
engers: Mrs. Ellis, Col. S. Norris and
T-V.Moore.
sfhoon Mary E. Foster arrived April 2d,
; luaiau, Hawaii, with 1,500 bags sugar.
J" rough weather in the channel.
? schooners Canute 3Ld Waioli are due this
fa from Kuau, Maui.
In""8 Mikbala. James Makee and Wai
j iVe thia afternoon for Kauai.
tlofY Lampscm has finibed unload
izlxlrl U1 commence receiving sugar
iaFra She i3Pected to leave
faFuaclsco to-day week.
TinD a"iVed at Kahulai, Maui,
leva y frm San Francisco. She
next week with sugar for San Fran-
if ' Hopkins "ceived sugar from
I 8 Klnau.Likeiike and Surprise.
hTT s- - Wilder to-
lo. Lf0"! U0J to" sugar, for San
4 wlU ca"y away many passen-
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K rrived ' f A KlER' CapUln H'
!Tu8end V r ' APrU 2it 26 dayS f r0m
'P tontiehZ' 59000 feet lumber
afcSt.mCiP T wlnto port. ThebarL-
iof her ?fYa8- ErSkine' left four
fratthJr.,.?. J-A. King is discharg-
---n-bireet wharf
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5 '8t into a; aa lrishman. J.
.H clUb"wfarsoff a heavy
;i Uld U'e ear 1 j"'6"' to a doctor !
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'iilevl,6') l the Station !
f'itTho"mlmt1,0,aak' charge!
Kaster Tuesday.
The Kinau and Likelike leave this even
ing. Eighteen days' mail to-dajT by the Aus
tralia. The public schools close on Friday for
vacation.
Frank Brown & Co. are to have a new
building.
Lots of household furuilure to be sold
this week.
Mr. Justice McCully presides at cham
bers this week.
It is said the Legislature will open about
the middle of May.
Gents Indian gauze undershirts at 25
cents each at Fishel's.
The W. G. Hall leavea at 10 o'clock this
morning for Maui and Hawaii.
A full line of gents' straw hats of the
latest styles at 75 cents at Fishel's.
Have you seen the latest style of straw
hat? Lawyer Neumann wears one.
At the next band concert you will prob
ably be able to get a drink for ten cents.
The band concert at Emma Square last
evening was a good one and well attended.
One thousand five hundred dozen gents'
linen collars (4-ply) at 10 cents each at
Fishel's.
Milk has risen from ten to- twelve cents
per quart. The rise is probably due to the
scarcity of rain.
The Oceanic Company's steamship Aus
tralia is due to-day trom San Francisco
with dates to the 28th of March.
At noon to-day Mr. J. F. Morgan will
sell the lease of the premises occupied by
Mr. Rhoads as a carpenter shop.
A lot of stylish hats in black, white and
colored, at $1 and $1 25 each at the Popular
Millinery House, N. S. Sachs, proprietor.
Eighty-six boxes of white Star shirts
extra good, worth $2 25 each, we will sell
during our sale at $1 25 each; sizes 16,
17, 17K, at Fishel's.
A large and well selected stock of milli
nery goods, fine wings, fine birds, fancy
feather pon pons, choice flowers and fancy
edged watered ribbons, at Sachs' store.
There will be a meeting of the Anti
Asiatic Union this evening at 7 o'clock at
the Bell Tower. All members who have
not paid their dues are requested to do so
at this meeting.
Children's hats: children's hats trimmed
and untrimmed, in fine leghorn and fine
white Milans. also a good assortment in
school hats, at one dollar each at Sachs'
store. 101 Fort street.
Mr. Fishel wishes to say that, owing to
his great rush of customers during his
special cheap sale of two weeks, and wish
ing to give everybody a chance to bu' him
self rich, his store will be kept open on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday till 9
p. m. .
Supreme Court April Tein.
BEFORE DOLE, J. "
Monday, ApriJ 2d.
The Court opened at 10 a. m. The
calendar was called to divorce cases.
Motions and demurrers were argued till
11 :15, at which time a recess was taken.
Following are the jurors subpoenaed
for the term :
Hawaiian. H. F. Bertlemann, Eben
Low, A. S. Mahaulu, H. S. Kila,Kekini,
J. H. Kaleo, S. P. Kanoholoa, D. L.
Kalawaia, Solomon Meheula, Wra. Ed
monds, W. B. Rice, David Bent, Nahora
Jlipa, Mahoney, J. W. Naukana, Livvai,
Kaiama, II. Kahaawinui, W. H. Jarret,
F. Harvey, J. Haalou, A. N. Gilman
and Wra. Hakalaau.
Foreign. S. Ephriam, W. C. Wilder,
Jr., R. J. Lillie, C. W. Hart, E. J.
Spaulding, J. D. Tucker, F. W. Wood,
E. S. Cunha, A. N. Iripp, F. Turrill, W.
T. Rhoads, R. W. Podmore, P. Opfer
gelt, Jas. Nott. A. L. Louisson, P. Muhl
endort, T. K. Moore, W. H. McLean, L.
La Pierre, Wm. Lanz, Pierre Jones,
Allen Herbert, P. C. Jones.
In the case of Okuu vs. Kaiaikawaha.
Plaintiff moved for a continuance on ac
count of illness of one of witnesses. Con
tinuance allowed, and the case was or
dered to follow No. 9 on the calendar.
Kini Karo vs. Keawe. Transferred to
mixed jury, April 2d, and made No. 22
of the calendar.
The King vs. Manheim and Murdock,
fast riding. Defendants' motion for
withdrawal of their appeal. Allowed
upon their paying fines and costs.
Martin vs. Kerr. Motion of plaintiff
to strike demurrer off files overruled.
Collector General of Customs vs. G.
W. Macfarlane & Co., and the same vs.
H. Macfarlane & Co., assumpsit. Attor
ney General claims that defendants
were in default in not having filed an
answer. The Court ruled that defend
ants can answer.
Kanaloa vs. Quinn, and Kanaloa vs.
Union Mill Co. In each case defendants
jointly made an oral motion for change
of venue to Waimea, Hawaii. After
argument, the attorney for the defense
agrees to file a written motion supported
v affidavit by April 3d, when the same
will be further argued and decision ren
dered. Keamalu vs. Luhau, ejectment. Tried
before a Hawaiian jury. Partly heard,
and continued to the 3d. F-: M. Hatch
for plaintiff, W. A. Kinney for defendant.
AT CHAMBERS BEFOPE JUDD, C. J.
In equity, D. W. Kanoelehua vs. A.
J. Cartwright To declare trust. Con
tinued from March 31st. Partly heard,
and continued till called. W. C. Achi
for pLrintiff, W.'A. Kinney for defendant.
Kahanaiki vs. Kohala Sugar Co.,
ejectment. From July term. Partly
heard, and continued till the 3d of April.
W. O. Smith for plaintiff, W. R. Castle
or defendant." ' '
A Xativ Fall Down Dead In an Auc
tion Room
Yesterday afternoon a native named
J. N. Huli dropped down dead in Mr. L.
J. Levey's auction rooms, corner of
Queen and Fort streets. Two or three
minutes previously Mr. Levey had given
Huli something to do at a sign board,
and he fell down while at work. It-was
thought he was in a fit, and some cold
water was at once sprinkled on his face.
Dr. McKibbin was called, and at once
stated that the man was dead. A
stretcher was obtained, and the body
taken to the Station House. Later on
his wife took it home in an express.
Huli was about 45 years of age, and has
been working for Mr. Levey about two
years. The latter speaks of him as a
very industrious and steady man.
The following certificate explains it
self :
"I hereby certify that J. N. Huli was
under treatment at the Dispensary for a
cough and a severe pain in the left side
of the chest. I made no examination of
the chest, but considering the sudden
ness of his death, together with this
pain and the absence of suspicious cir
cumstances, I state it as my opinion
that his death was caused by disease of
the heart. C. B. Wood, M. D."
Arrival of l lie IlarU DeiKschlantl.
The German iron bark Deutschland,
Captain Otto Bosse, arrived last evening
and was anchored in the stream, 156
days from Bremen, with a full cargo of
general merchandise, including several
cases of machinery, consigned to H.
Hackfeld & Co. Sailed from Bremen
October 28th. Had fine weather and
fair winds to Cape Horn. Crossed the
Equator in the Atlantic in longitude 29
deg. 29 min. W., 42 days out, and
reached latitude 50 deg. S. 70 days out.
Arrived atvthe meridian of Cape Horn 74
days out. Passed through the Straits de
la Maire, experiencing light variable
winds and calms. Was in company
with the. German bark George Bluhm,
from Newcastle-on-Tyne bound for
South America, for several days. The
Deutschland was 21 days in rounding the
Horn from 50 deg. S. to 50 deg. S. While
off the latitute of Cape Horn she expe
rienced very heavy seas, strong north
westerly winds prevailing and a succes
sion of gales. While in latitude 40 deg.
S. on January 31st, and during a heavy
storm, both the mizzen and main-topmasts
were carried away and a tempor
ary mizzen topmast was rigged up.
Thence to" port had pleasant weather.
Crossed the Equator in the Pacific in
in longitude 130 deg. W., 13o days out.
Sighted the islands of Hawaii and Maui
at 6 p. in. April 1st and arrived at Hono
lulu last evening. Had it' hot been for
the" mishap to her marts which deprived
her of several sails, she would have
been here at least twenty days earlier.
The Deutschland is an iron vessel of 838
tons register and has the appearance of
a smart sailer. Captain Bosse is a
cousin of Mr. C. Bosse, in the employ of
Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.
NEWS ITE&S.
A dispatch from St. Louis, March 12th,
says there are reports that startling de
velopments have been brought to light
at Coal Hill, where the mines are worked
by convict, labor, near Fort Smith, Ark.
A negro, convict named Williams was
flogged "to death, and further inquiry"
showed that Moses Harvey, a white
man 35 years of age, had been kicked to
death by a fellow convict who had been
egged on to desperation by Warden
Grafford, who it was learned was in the
habit of making the prisoners fight. The
body of Mark Eder, another convict,
was examined, and the bruises and
gashes which appeared on the body in
dicated a violent death. It was ascer
tained that a prisoner named Hummel
was tied up to a post in the mines last
summer and beaten to death. As the
investigation continues more horrible
details are revealed, and the citizens of
Coal Hill are excited, and threaten to
hang Grafford and tear down the prison
barracks.
Chicago, March 11th. General Super
intendent of Police Hubbard announces
to-night that he is authorized by the
widow of Amos J. Snell to offer in lieu
of previous amounts a reward of $10,000
for the arrest and detention until identi
fied by the Chicago authorities of Wm.
B. Tascott, the supposed murderer of
her husband.
Berlin, March 12, 2 a. m. The re
mains of the Emperor have been trans
ferred to the cathedral. The coffin was
carried on the shoulders of eighteen
soldiers of the body guard through the
vestibule of the Palace, where it was
handed to a number of non-commissioned
officers. The streets were lined
with double rows of soldiers, every tenth
man holding a torch. The funeral pro
cession was headed by a squadron of
cuirassiers. These were followed by de
tachments of the foot guards and a nu
merous train of servants of the Im
perial household. Then came the coffin.
The Crown Prince and other Princes
followed on foot, and the cortege closed
with a detachment of cavalry. The
throng on the streets was dense.
1 Intermediary Court.
BSFORE JUDD, C. J.
Monday, April 2d.
J. W. Luning vs. J. K. Naone, as
sumpsit. Partly heard, and continued
till called. Chas. Creighton for plaintiff,
J. L. Kaulukou for defendant.
(ROYAL &SX'01 j v J
Milt pbt!
Absolutely Pure.
Thi3 powdor never vwics. A rriirvei of purity,
strength and vho':osc: :c::e3i'. More economical
than the ordinary !:.nd ;, end cunrofc lJ.scld in com
petition vitn, the mr.ltitudo cf lo test, short
weight, alum orpha-p'iate powder. Soi-DOXLTtt
CANS. IlOYAl. LiAKXXa i"'OWEJfc Co. luci Wali-g
V. Y.
WM; T. COLEMAN A CO., Amenta,
SAN FRANCISCO. OAL. d w
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Al Fast Sailing Barkentine
S. O. WILDER,
CAPTAIN A. H. PAUL,
Will have quick passage for the above port, hav
ing superior accommodations.
Ir freight and passage apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO., Agents.
Notice to Creditors.
THE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE THAT
he has this day been appointed executor of
the last will and testament of Walter Murray
Gibson, late of Honolulu, deceased. All persons
having any claims against the estate of said
deceased, whether secured by mortgage or other
wise, are notified to present the same duly veri
fied and with proper vouchers, if any exist, to
the undersigned at his office in Honolulu within
six months irom this date, or they will be for
ever barred. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment.
J. S. WALKER,
Executor Estate W. M. Gibson.
Honolulu, March 9th. 1888.
MAMMOTH SHIPMENT
HAY AND GRAIN,
Just received and for
Sale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
UNION FEE1 CO., II.
TARO FLOUR FACTORY,
Wailuku, JIhui,
COMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY,
May 26th, and axe now prepared to supply
TARO FLOUR In any quantities.
With new and improved machinery and other
apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to
supply Taro Flour that will make a better class
of Pol than ever produced.
All orders to be sent to W. H. CUMMINS,
Manager, at the Factory, Wailuku, Maul ; or to
W. Q. IRWIN k CO., Agents, Honolulu.
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TO THE FtJBLIC.
I THE UNDERSIGNED, AH YOUNG, HAVE
!ived In Honolulu for ten yeart. working for
foreigners, and have committed no offense in
this country. I know of a gambling house,
which Is constantly filled with Chinese gam
blers, some of whom nave Uved there for three
years, with no other work than gambling at all
times. I know this gambling house,
into which they are constantly going, and I
have lost much money in it myself. This is why
I wish the gambling house stopped. I was sum
moned to appear before the Court, and these
gamblers were arrested for the offense of gam
bling. I was the witness before the Court.
Therefore they are angry with me for my testi
mony in the trial, and wish to kill me. For this
reason I publish these facts before the people.
(Signed): AH YOUNG.
Honolulu, March 19, 1888.
Waterhotise & Lester,
IMPORTERS OF
WAGON LUMBER
AND
CARRIAGE MATERIAL
16 to 23 Beale street, Sau Francisco. apl9
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D
FORT STEEET.
JOVii
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rillTO HA
til Until I;
As
fiiiliiiral Implements !
AND (tENEBAL MERCHANDISE.
Now Opening ISTew Groods in Cur Line
-:o:-
New Style Steel Door Mats,
WOEISr "WIEE ROOFING,
Entirely New, Translucent, BWaterIrof Durable.
The following are some of the purposes to which it is applicable: Verandas,
Porches and Covered Ways, Boat Houses', and Engine Koom Skylight, Conserva
tories, Ferneries, Garden" Frames and Summer Houses, Stables, Looe Boxes for
Horses and Cattle, Barns, Cow Houses and Shepherds' Houses, Pheasantries
Fowl Houses and Kennel-, Skylights, Factory Windows, Workshops, Markets,
Schools, Laundries, Portable buildings, Temporary Structure, and all other build
ings requiring to be light and dry.
RARE CHANCE E0R INVESTMENT.
BETTER THAN
GOVERNMENT BOND.
OFFERED BY THE
Equitable
life Assurance
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Company
ASSETS OVER : : : : : : $80,000,000.
The protection of Life Insurance combined with the Investment Principles of a Savings
Bank. Example of a 20-year endowment policy for f 10.000, taken out at the age ot 25 years;
Annual premium, $487. Total premium in 20 years. S9.740. Cash fund then due, $18,110. Equiv
alent paid up policy for life, 843,800. Or, annuity for life, ?1.310.
Estimates for different amounts and different asces 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 Areut, Hawaiian Ittlandg.
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 cuit 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.
71-junel8tfd&w WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
Win. G. Irwin & Co
OFFER FOR SALE
ISTOTICE.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
MANILA CIGAJIS,
Of the Best Assorted Brands in the Market, which
we will sell at JLowest Prices, either in
Bond or Duty I'alcl.
Fresh Lots received by every Steamer.
VXE3E FONG & CO..
Itintr St., Bet. Maunakca ami Nuuanu.
3m
SAM0AN VIEWS!
By J. D. Strong,
Who accompanied the Hawaiian Embassy.
J. J. Williams, Photographer,
104J Fort Street, Honolulu,
' , Has 'on Sale a Series of
Views of
Samoan Life & Character
And Historical Incidents Connected
with the Hawaiian Mission
to Samoa.
An Immense Variety and Great Artistic
merit.
Call and See Them.
LEWIS & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.
Ill FORT STREET,
S XJ Gr J TilS
dry granulated
id Barrels,
Half Barrels,
And 80-pound Boxe. j
CL'BK
mWDKRED
In Half Barrels
And 25-pound Boxet,
In 30-pound Boxes.
GOLDEN G. COFFEE
In Half Barrel
UJEA.S
Blue Mottled Soap
SALMON
Cases Corned Beef.
Cs Medium Bread.
O Its
FUEL and LUBRICATING.
LIME CEMENT
Galvanized Iron Roofing.
RIDGING-
SCREWS and WASHERS.
Sugar Bags 22 x 36!
Manila and Sial, Panana Twiner Whale IJne
Reed's Felt Steam Pipe
and Boiler Covering.
P. BOX 297.
TELEPHONE 240
GRASS SEEDS, .
HILL TIMBERS
A TENTS, (suitable for
tng and surveying parties.
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ED. H0FFS0HLAEGER & CO
Importers & Commission Merchants,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.
T. i. BASS ' ' - . h.BKOWS
T. J. BASS & CO.
Importers of and Dealers In
Artists' - Materials,
Paints, Oila, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine.
'Manufacturer of Mouldings, Picture
Frames, etc., etc, etc.
14 and 18 Ellis-Street near BIarl.fl
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
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