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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AbVKimsKu, APRIL 4.
i I BU H. J. . " iii:ivAi: TUESDAY. Apiil 3. ,lia Houdlette, 7 days fcom San 23n ' ivr. flars from Liverpool fSSy' ll"'s from pe- rW0 Ula-fr0,n "'V Vrmn Molokai Stnir Moo I;0111 ku:ui C1ji Tuesday, April 3. Loi-i'uzen. for Maui and Ha- L'l 11111. Stair .. t 4 r ni CUl.ke, for llamakua, Hawaii, at 5 P m Hall, Cbi-ney, for Maui and Hawaii, "runei Mikte, Macaulay, for Kilauca and star Jaine3 - p,a' w!i&. Campbell, for Hanalei and ilaaeiVkahYli Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai- mea, Koloa Cameron, for Hamak ua SliiJi ---- HiwaiiatS p"1 T, t sound Sr Kaaloka..tui iha ?Ki t-i,i.ia fur Kauai eHel Leavm To-fiay. I. v ij Hopkins, Blood, for San Francisco Am bi,,n n" lor Hawaii, at 12 in IZ MoiSii.' McGregor, for Molokai. at 5 VZbr Mary, for HauaU-i ARRIVALS. F,rn Brei-n, rer bk Deutshland, April 2 v,si "nna Dicker and Miss Anna Junker. From Kin Francisco, pr Australia April 2- . ,vint Cant C M scfcoonmaker.U S A.Lieut Slanuuni.Mi88 M Rhodes, T R Lucas and ?;S h Day, Mrs Rodgers, Miss W Pet U J'SLs Miry Porter, Miss Anna Porter, ffCobn Hon S G Wilder and servant, J T SShoSe Jr. T G Carson and wife. Rev E KtK Walker. W F Smith. S Ban, Wm Gers ?. Mi C Conner, Mrs M, G Pinkerton, Mis L IShutefHon H A Widemann. J U Mixter and oiLerd. DEPARTURES. For San Francisco, per bktne Planter, April 3 -Mrs Capt Ellis ond Kev T V Moore. FnrMaui and Hawaii, per stnir W G Hall.April i-ELBritto, Mr Dean, G W C Jones, Mr Bald in C F Baldwin, W Baldwin, Miss M Baldwin, V H Cunmiings. Mr Ewart and about 50 decs passengers. For windward port, per SS Kinau, April 3 Vr i a N Kepoikai, E H tailey. Mrs W T Khoads, Miss E Sones. Mrs Hopkins and 2 children, C E Coray and 50 deck passengers. For Kauai, per steamer Mikabala, April 3 Miss Malouey, Mr Syroull. Miss A Decker, Mr Dale and son, O Scholz, J H Kaiwi and 40 deck pas sengers. For Maui per stmr Likelike. April 3 Miss Ellen Copp. Mrs C Kibbling, Bros Dennis and Charles and 40 deck passengers- H, B. M. S. Caroline, Captain Sir William Wiseman. Bart., arrived yesterday afternoon from the Line Islands, and was anchored at ber former berth on the Waikiki side of the D. 8. S. Vandalia. Tbe U. S. S. Marion commenced receiving coal yesterday. Tie steamer Kinau sailed for windward ports lust evening after 5 o'clock. The steamer Surprise loaves this morning for Hawaii. Ttie Hawaiian steamship Australia, Captain H. C. houdlette, arrived at noor April - 3d, 63t days from San Francisco, with a fi 11 cargo of rniscel Lneoas merchandise. The American barkentire Ella arrived yester day from San Francisco wUh a full cargo of gen eral merchandise, and whs docked at Messrs. Alien k Robinson's wharf. She comes consigned to Messrs. C . Brewer & Co. The British bark Natuna arrived last evening, l.'fi days from Liverpool, and was anchored in tra stream. She will come alongside the wharf this morning to discharge cargo. The German bark Deutschland has been docked at the old Custom House wharf, where the will discharge her cargo. The American bark Vilora H. Hopkins, Captain Elood, leaves at 3 o'clock this afternoon with a fall cargo of sugar for San Francisco. The barkentine S. G. Wilder will be moved to the Pacific Mail wharf this morning to complete loading sugar, and will leave to-mrrow for San Francisco. The steamship Gaie-ic is due to-day. The bark Meninon sailed from Port Discovery with lumber for this port March 14th. The American barkentine Planter, Captain W.. R.Perriman, sailed April 3d at 4 p. ni. for San Francisco, with 15,796 bags sugar and 450 bunches bananas" Tne cargo was valued at 84, 100. The shippers were: H. Hackfeld & Co., H,338 bass sugar; M. S. Grinbaum & Co., 1,438 bags suuar, and A. J. Campbell, 450 bunches ba nanas. The American bark Atlanta will leave to-day In ballast for Puget Sound. The steamer Mokolii arrived April 3d from Molokai with 950 bags sugar, 15 bead cattle, 6 calves and 112 sheep. She leaves again this afternoon for Molokai, Lanai, and Olowalu, Maui, There are now three iron merchant vessels in Port. The bark W. B. Godfrc y.barkentine Discovery, ngantirae W. G. Irwin and schooner Golden leece were loading at San Fraficisco for this Port March 27th. Tbe following vessels have arrived at San Fra ncisco from the Hawaiian Kingdom: March 13 orisantino T -r. o , , , . . u. oprecneis irom iionoiuiu WObark Will W. Case from Kabului; March 14, ark Colusa from Honolulu; March 16, barken- Discovery, hence; March 17, steamship heTP Sa' heu:e: Mftch 21, steamship Australia, Foil"1 WarCh 2i' bri?antine W. G. Irwin, hence. SprecklnS dePartures: March I7. J- D- CorT fr Kabului: March 22, brigantine suelo for Honolulu, and barkentine Geo. C. luiu for 1Iil0; March 23' 6hip Iyy for Hono- BOR. SPKECKET St fl witv nf t nrPar.Q Fraccisco, March 26th, to - lteof J D-Spreckels ason. . Jf Ponoe court. BEFORK P0LICE JUSTICE DAYXOV Ffl Tuesday, April 3d. amount t0 pay the usual inJuW-f0reiteil b4il 01 $10 f,)r violat- c ""r0t tho exPre3 regulations. thrp.f. cargea with using A. M. Ian uae towards D p h i not guilty, to the s u pa was committed for trial cretin., Prlne Court' chrged with se letter.' emezzlinS and destroying a battVn charged wifch -ault and landed t ey with a clu, was re ue(itothe 7th. 1 K fQU linT7T" " Ute8t styles tigents'straw hat3 of 'the 8 at ib nts at Fishel's. LUC ALT AND GENERAL. The "Friend" for April is to hand. Read C. J. Fishel's new advertisement. Miss Mabel Rhodes was a passenger by the Australia. . Gents Indian gauze undershirts at 25 cents each at Fishel's. The bark Caibarien is to be sold on her arrival m San Francisco. The usual services at St. Andrew's Ca thedral this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. T. R. Walker was warmly welcomed back by his numerous friends yesterday. Hons. S. G. Wilder and H. A. Widemann returned by the Australia, both looking well. Prayer meeting at the vestry of the Cen tral Union Church this evening at 7:30 o'clock. One thousand five hundred dozen gents' linen collars (4-ply) at 10 cents each at Fishel's. There is no change in the price of sugar since last advices. It remains at 54 cents for 96 test. A stated meeting of Engine Co. No. 1 will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the usual place. Regular meeting of the Trustees of the Honolulu Library Association Thursday evening, the 5th inst. The regular meeting of Engine Co. No. 2 will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Full attendance is requested. Colonel Claus Spreckels was presented to President Cleveland March 21th by Repre sentative Felton of California. Captain C. M. Schoonmaker, who will relieve Captain Howison of the Vandalia, arrived on the Australia yesterday. The brig W. G. Irwin on her last up trip picked up a man off Diamond Head be longing to the whaler Jacob Howland. At 10. o'clock this morning Mr. L. J. Levey will sell the bankrupt stock of Quong Yuen Co. at their store, 54 King street. Mr. J. F. Morgan will sell the household furniture this morning at 10 o'clock at the residence of W. T. Rhoads, 260 Beretania street. When you are thirsty there is nothing so refreshing as Tahiti lemonade or ginger ale as manufactured by J. E. Brown & Co. Try it. In two or three days Mr. A. M. Hewett, stationer and newsdealer, will open out a fine stock of stationery, etc. Something entirely new. The Hon. S. G. Wilder did not care to be interviewed yesterday. In another column will be found a brief interview with him in San Francisco. Mails arrived yesterday for H. B. M. S. Cormorant, and she may be expected at this port at any time. The Hyacinth may also touch here. The steamship Gaelic is due to-day from Hongkong, en route to San Francisco. Watch the Post Office bulletin board for closing of the mail. Eighty-six boxes of white Star shirts extra good, worth $2 25 each, we will sell during our sale at $1 25 each; sizes 16i, 17, 17, at Fishel's. The Australia sails for San Francisco on Monday at noon. The steamer leaves a day earlier this trip, so that she can go on the dry dock at San Francisco. The latest quotation in the rice market was 5 cents with upward tendency, ow ing to short receipts and the Carolina crop not coming due until next September. A large and well selected stock of milli nery goods, fine wings, fine birds, fancy leather pon pons, choice flowers and fancy edged watered ribbons, at Sachs' store. A dispatch from Washington, March 21st, says that in the bill to reorganize the Consular service an increase is provided for in the salary of the Consul General to Honolulu from $4,000 to $5,000. Purser Bedolfe of the Australia has our best thanks for a full file of late papers and other favors. 'Holf is awfully glad the quarantine is raised, for he can now get a run ashore to visit his numerous friends. Mr. William Sheafe and Miss Grace T. Dame were to be married April 3d at the Church of the Advent, Boston, Mass. They visited here about a year ago, and will be remembered by many Honolulu people. Mr. F. Horn has au important bun no tice in another column, to which the par ticular attention of our readers is called. Mr. Horn always means what he says, and it is safe to say that the "Emperor Francis Joseph buns" will be much sought after. The San Francisco "Examiner" of March 27th contains an article on "Hawaiian Troubles" and a "Hawaiian Kilkenny Cat Fight." There was a large" demand for papers yesterday containing the articles. 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 buy him self .rich, his store will be kept open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday till 9 p. m. At the San Francisco Stock and Bond Exchange, March 26th, the following sales of shares were made: 50 Hawaiian Com mercial Company, $12 50; 50 do $12 37K, do $12, 10 do $11 87M. 150 do $11 62, 100 do $11 50, 450 do $11 37- On the 22d were sold at $14 25 and 60 at $14. Mall Matters. The Post Office employees had a lively time of it yesterday. The Australia brought a large mail, consisting of thirty-seven well filled bags. It reached the office at 1 :30 p. m. By steady work tiie foreign mail for Maui, Hawaii and Kauai was dispatched, besides the do mestic mail. The island steamers were delayed a little beyond their usual time, but the residents of the other islands will appreciate receiving their foreign mail on time. Children's hats; children's hats trimmed and untnmmed, in fine leghorn and fine white Milans, also a good assortment in school 4iats, at one dollar each at Sachs' store, 101 Fort street. . . H. B. M. S. CAROLINE. The British Ting Hoisted ou Tliree Islands in ttie Pacific, Shortly before 5 o'clock last evening H. B. M. S. Caroline, Captain Sir Will iam Wiseman, Bart., steamed into the harbor, anchored in the stream anc sa luted the TJ. S. flagship Vandalia. The Caroline left Honolulu March 8th under sealed orders and steamed to Fanning's Island, reaching there on the 14th, an choring inside the lagoon. The next morning at 8 o'clock Captain AViseman landed with marines and blue jackets and took possession of the island. The Captain- read the proclamation, the British flag was hoisted and the marines fired a salute. The Caroline left Fanning's Island on the 15th for Christmas Island, reaching there on the 16th. The next morning took possession of the island, the same form being gone through as at Fanning's Island. Left Christinas Island at 6 p. m. on the 17th, and arrived at Penrhyn Island on the 22d. Took possession of the island, and after the British flag had been hoisted a salute of twenty-one guns was fired from the ship, as this was the largest island of the three. Left Penrhyn Island on the 22d for Honolulu, under steam and sail, arriv ing as stated above. Fine weather was experienced. Harry Von Holt C'liats About Pro gress In tne Islands. Harry von Holt, a well-known resi dent of Honolulu, arrived from the Islands by the Mariposa on Saturday last, and is stopping at a down-town hotel. In conversation with a represen tative of the "Chronicle" last evening Mr. von Holt said that business was de cidedly improving in Honolulu, al though there still exists to some extent a feeling of uncertainty as to the politi cal future of the Kingdom, which has a certain effect on business. Freights at Honolulu, he said, are exceedingly lively, and many vessels are there load ing and discharging. Much is honed for b3' the residents of the islands in view of the negotiations pending for the construction of a railroad from Honolulu to interior points by F.nglish capitalists, while the construction of a street-car line in Honolulu, by Englishmen of wealth, is practically an assured fact. The islands have recently been visited by unusually heavy rain-storms, one in the latter part of February being es pecially severe. The sugar crop this year, Mr. von Holt believes, will be rather in excess of that produced la3t year, and will pro'a:y exceed 100,000 tons. Mr. von Holt v..ll remain in San Francisco for some time. Since his ar rival his time has b:en well occupied in exchanging alohas with old friends. S. F. Chronicle, Match 21st. The tunraii ino liaise J. The Australia came into port shortly afternoon. At half-past 1 Dr. Emerson, President of the Board of Health, ar rived on the wharf and gave orders for the passengers to come ashore, thus .aising the quarantine which has been in existence the past two months or more. Everybody felt happy over it. The fol lowing lettei received b' the Australia explains why the quarantine was raised : San Frakcisco, March 26, 188S. His Excellency Jona. Austin, H. H. M. Minister of Foreign Affairs, Honolulu. Sir: I have the honor to advise Your Excellency that at a meeting of the Board of Health, on Wednesday, the 14th inst., smallpox was declared no longer epidemic here, and that the city was entirely free from infectious diseases of all kinds. This steamer will in consequence, no doubt, be granted a clean bill of health by the Customs authorities of this port. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your most obed'nt serv't, - (Signed) 1). A. McKinley, H. H. M. Consul General. - A Itonsh Passage. The S. F. "Call" of March 22d has the following : The Spreckels steamer Aus tralia came in yesterday from the islands, bringing with her 55 cabin and 200 steer age passengers, and 1,970 tons of freight, much of which is fruit and sugar. Her voyage was the reverse of pleasant. She left Honolulu March 13, and for the first three days experienced from moderate to strong easterly winds. It then set in to blow hard, the heaviest part of the gale coming from N.W. to W.N.W. Dur ing the continuance of the gale the ves sel shipped heavy seas, flooding the cabin and state-rooms. One sea came on board, which carried away 30 feet of the starboard rail, and, sweeping through the purser's room, carried out all of the Honolulu newspapers that had been placed there for the press. Almost everv one of the passengers was sea-sick during the voyage, and some of them had not yet recovered when the vessel made her pier. The Australia. The Oceanic Company's steamship Australia, Captain Houdlette, arrived in port yesterday shortly after noon, and at once came alongside the Oceanic Com pany's wharf. Left San Francisco on the 27th of March at 2 p. m. F:rst three days had strong W.S.W winds, moder ate sea and swell. Remainder of trip moderate to strong trades. She brought 39 cabin and 28 steerage passengers and 709 tons of cargo for this port. i A lot of stylish hats in black, white and colored, at $1 and $1 25 each at the Popular Millinery House, T. S. Sachs, proprietor. ..fnisfmrnts. ftiiite mm mm 4 v cr? P mm :v &tyN AIM fet fe rfe .. riH pow-- A cf purity, riianthoori.li :.:;. L.r " ,r i locldacouj petitio i -it:t ' v'.f'icu-t ? M o - 1cr, short weight, alu.n -?i Y- ou'cu :.?:. SoidoslyU CAN, ltov: L ioM'fi L-j. . 1UU Wali-St- IV M. T. tLEJlAX A. CO.. Agents, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 5 fw FOR SAN FRANCISCO The Al Fast Sailing Barkentine S. a. .WILDER, CAPTAIN A. H. PAUL, Will have quick passage for the above port, hav ing superior accommodations. For freight and passage apply to I . A. SCHAEFER & CO., Agents. Notice to Creditors. THE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE THAT he has this day been appoir. ted executor of tho last will and testament of Walter Murray Gibson, late oi Honolulu, de ceased. All persons having any claims against the estate of said deceased, whether secured by raortgage 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 FEED CO., II. TARO FLOUR FACTORY, Wail tik U, Mam, COMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY, May 26th, and are 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 Poi than ever produced. All orders to be sent to W. H. CUMMINS, Manager, at tbe Factory, Wailukti, Maui ; or to W. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents, Honolulu. 657naav27tfdw TO THE PUBLIC. I THE UNDERSIGNED, AH YOUNG, HAVE lived in Honolulu for ten year, 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 have lived there for three years, with no other work than gambling at all times. I know this gambling bouse, into which they are constantly going, and I have loRt 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 tbe offense of gam bling. I was the witness before the Court. Therefore they are angry with me for my tesii mc ny in tbe trial, and wish to kill me. For this reson I publish these facts before the people. (Signed): - AH YOUNG. IIonolnM, March 19, 1883. Waterlionse & Lester, IMPORTERS OF WAGON LUMBER AND CARRIAGE MATERIAL 16 to 22 Beale street, San Francisco. apl9 PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., I'D FOKT Wware. kriculiiira AND GENERAL JSTow Opening ISTew New Style .Steel Door Mats, WOVEN "WIEE ROOFING, Entirely New, Translucent, BWateriroof, Durable. The following are some of the purposes to which it is applicable: Verandas, Torches and Covered Ways, Boat Houses, and ngine 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 KenneN, Skylights, Factory Windows, Workshops, Markets, Schools, Laundries, Portable buildings, Temporary Structures, and all other build ings requiring to be light and dry. BARE CHANCE BETTKi; THAN A OFFERED Equitable life Assurance OF THE UNITED STATES. ASSETS OVER : : : : : : $30,000,000. The protection of Life Insurance combined with tbe Investment Principles of a Savings Bank. Example of a 20-year endowment pollcv for ?10,CC0, taken out at the age ot 25 years; Annual premium, S4S7. Total premium in 20 years. i),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 anu different ages cheerfi lly 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. Cartwrierht:, tJoneral Aent, Hawaiian Island. 0. J. Fishel We are glad to know that an intelligent community appreciate and patronize an institution that has FIRST, LAST and ALL THE TIME given particulry Brilliant Bargain Sales ! We have existed, and by the PEOPLE'S VOTE we desire to exist. Drive after drive have we given, and thousand upon thousand high priced goods have floated out to the populace at comparatively SMALL COST. Long Live the Bargain Sales, So Say the "People! This Week We Continue EVERY ARTICLE Our $4 00 JERSEYS will be sold Our $5 00 JERSEYS will be sold Our $0 00 JERSEYS will be sold Our $8 00 JERSEYS will be sold Special Bargains in AND BLACK, CREAM AND 5C7" We offer EXTRAORDINARY and Odds and Ends. G. J. E 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 cult purchasers. We have also on band sample lot3 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-tunel8tfd&w WM. G. IRWIN & CO. NOTICE. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF MANILA CIGARS, Of the Best Assorted Brands in the Market, which we will sell at Lowest Prices, either in Boml or Duty Paid. Fresb Lots received by every Steamer. MEE FOXG & CO.. King St., Bet. 3Xaunakea ami Snosun, 3m STREET. dements ! MERCHANDISE. Goods in Onr Line :o:- EOR INVESTMENT. GOVERNMENT BOND. BY THE Company Appreciated! :o:- Our Special Cheap Bale. IS MARKED DOWN. for for for for $2 00 00 $4 25 $5 00 Ribbons, Hats Laces, WHITE BROCADED SILKS. BARGAINS in Odd Lots, Remnants SAMOAN VIEWS ! By J. I. Strong, Who accompanied the Hawaiian Embassy. J. J. Williams, Photographer, ilOJJFort Street, Honolulu, Has "on Sale a Series of Views of Samoan Life & Character And Historical Incidents fconnectf d with tbe Hawaiian Mission to Samoa. An Immense Variety and Great Artistic merit. Call and See Them. LEWIS & CO. Importers and Xea!em Im Groceries, Provisions, Etc, 111 FORT STREET, F. BOX 297 :. : TEU2PHVNE 0 TSHH