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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL 5, 1888.
?Kt? DAILY Pifiific Coiiiiicial Alrertiser IS PUBLISHED KVKKY MORNING. er -iiMiiitn. ?6 00 Pr :uouta 50c BH.HubTlil lout Paynhle Always in A?l vnnrt. (T.nnmunlcct'oiis from all parts of the Kingdom Ml Sway's be very acceptable. Perseus residing In any part of the United states 'hm remit the aramnt of subscription due by Post ortie money order "Wttter lntende I r publication in the editorial u! iiuns shoul I be vllrvssel to K'tToa I'Aturu C'omm kkcial Advkktiser. i'liiuess ecn mnu-ations and advertise uents n iiiK' be addr-'sstV simply ' P. C . AnVKKTISKR, a tot to mdiv d iaN. T HE K Pacific Cmiiiiercial A Ivcrtiscr 's now for sale duly at tie K.lli-.vii j place: . f. SPEK. ... . .... lercuant ;ir.t '. IIKWEl Mercbjmt .street l. i. iiIKU.W y(,rt street THURSDAY : : : : : April 5th THE QUARANTINE RAISED. The observance of qjarantine reula ti t:s during the last two months has ac counted for a good deal of the depression existing in certain classes of trade, for it has interfered with the customery stream of tourist travel. Many have doubtless been deterred from coming, whilst those who have come, being deprived of their liberties, were prevented from spending as much as they would otherwise have done. The quarantine is at an end now, and rightly so, but its influence probably is not. The news of its having been raised will not reach all quarters at once, and every possible effort should be ex erted to make the fact generally known. When this is done the Hawaiian Islands uld become a much more popular tourist resort than ever before. Their a!tiacti ns need only be known to be appreciated and it is only recently that any organiz d endeavors have been made to advertise them among the tourist classes. If these are to bear fruit it should begin to be apparent within a month or two, and the depression, so far as it is influenced by this cause should begin to disappear. CUSTOM HOUSE RETURNS. The following is the report of the Col lector General of Customs of the princi pal domestic exports of the Hawaiian Islandi for the quarter ending March :lst, 18S3. Also, a comparative table of exports for the three months, 183$, compared with corresponding period, 1837: The Xew Turk ISIitird. A special despatch from New York to the San Francisco " Chronicle" gives the following news of the great blizzard : The New Yorkers had considerable of the conceit knocked out of them by the blizzard. They are still wondering how anything could have happened that would have suspended business on Wall street the great wheel upon which they believe revolves all the financial inter ests of the New World and cut off New York from any connection other than that afforded by the Mackay-Bennett cable. Wall street was a great deal further from the hotel center at Twentv- fifth street than was London, for you could cable from either the Hoffman House or Wall street to London, when you couldn't telegraph from the Hoffman to Wall street. One of the big London arbitrage brokers in the height of the blizzard found himself up town with no way to reach Wall street. Cabmen re fusing $50 bills and all the wires down. Suddenly a thought struck him. He went to the Commercial Cable office and cabled to his London correspondent, who in turn cabled to the Commercial . office at Wall and Broad . streets, and within a short while the answer came from Wall street to the broker up town, via London. The blizzard was a bigthing and no mils take. Think of the port of New York bsing without a single arrival or depar ture steamship, ship, bark, schooner, sloop or cat-boat for twenty-four hours! Think of not a single street lamp being lighted and all the electric lights out for safety! Think of snowdrifts so high around your doorsteps that you couldn't get in or out. Think of every horse-car route abandoned and elevated railroads ! stopped. No telephone messages pos sible; no telegraph wires at work, and no visiting butcher or welcome milkman to bring in supplies. You couldn't send for a doctor; you couldn't go for him ex cept at the risk of your life. Funerals were abundant, but I believe one couple managed to get to the City Hall and were married by one lucky Alderman who had been detained over night. The newly married couple were both foreign ers, and unused to the- ways of New York. It was an expensive blizzard in more ways than one, but as Wall street was practically closed for two days as an offset considerable money must have been saved. Housekeepers were not without some compensation, for it en abled them to clean up all the stale things in the larder, and, after all, con densed milk comesin handy enough and is cheaper. The blizzard reminds New Yorkers that all things are possible even here, and that we must be prepared for all things and in a proper spirit. Happy Hawaii. Among the arrivals in this port yester day from Honolulu were Robert R. Hind, wife and daughter, bound for a visit to England, their native country. For twenty-five years Mr. Hind has been away from home, battling for fortune in the Hawaiian islands, where he has now amassed nearly $1,000,000. They and another resident of the Hawaiian islands, Alexander Young, w ho also arrived with his family by the steamer yesterday, were seen by a " Chroni.de" reporter last evening at a down-town hotel. In the course of conversation the late troublous times in Hawaii were referred to, and all agreed that affairs now are in a much more satisfactory condition. Mr. Young said it was the better class of foreign residents an the islands, supplemented by the better portion of the native ele ment, who had brought about the pre sent good condition of affairs in the islands, and they are firmly bound to gether to maintain this status. " The talk you may have heard," said he, " during the late transformation about us becoming a republic was all nonsense. It wouldn't work at all where there are so few people ami so many nationalities represented. We like it as it now is, especially since the late seven-years' re newel of the treaty with Uncle Sam, for it encourages us in the belief that this country is inclined to keep a watchful eye upon us, and may eventually extend a sheltering wing over us, which would then make us a happy people indeed." S. F. Chronicle. Vdwfisemcnts. BUNS. BUNS. BUNS. As my Hot Cross Buns on Good Friday last ive given so general satisfaction on account of have their o 03J O 3" ( 2, J or o S3 B : . n I O - n T" - r-S u OQ W iT h J 4 !l'i-iiBi.; o o o A X CB as . a - QD at O f ps 53 C5 "3 O CO PS 25 h" - 3 O in p; r1 C ! O ! we o r 0 51- J)pK CT CO o o o o o c - o i W4 1 CO co . j3 tO I. w o j yt vt 3 s : o ao o ro i: o ; O W JO - 3C J) 5 3 t-1. p to ;. i -j to CO o - "c b OJ s D O o P3 73 lMt The fol lowing exports are included iu the above table: KAHULUI Sugar. 9.821.459 lbs; value, 8463,322 89. . H1LO Sugar, 3,478,' 83 lbs; value 172,881 33. ft. 3 S3 O - a c 5 t a it o v s - O - 1 'i o zr 2 n B . d 2 a a r er 3. 2 33 x . -I 3 O a s 3 at H C PI o o CO W X o PJ H 30 co -j : a h ab bio Mie b oea ha to x oo o c 5s oo oo to s CO CO u oo cn to bo OOCTi--. ' o CJ to loot"" tO . osj' wy w " 00 00 to to - ua it CO O y Ci o o "csla to ess- o a S3 O C.OOD CM C O0 CO . jo; CO" at H-i CA P3 C S ?j . H PJ PJ -a - O 3o G P3 H W PJ oo 00 Queen Victorin In Ilnly. Queen Viotoria arrived at Florence at noon of March 24th. General Driquet, representing King Humbert, Count Forfa and Cavalier Brinda, who were delegated by King Humbert for her service during her stay, received her at i uie railway scanon. ine uueen was driven to the villa Palraieri in an open carnage. She was escorted by a guard of honor, consisting of a detachment of the Carbineers. The populace accorded her an enthusiastic reception. The New. York "Sun's" London cable says: Victoria's stay at Florence will be j long, and the Prince of Wales will be declared Regent in her absence. Ru mors are flying faster than ever about her Majesty's mental condition. Since the Prince Consort's death her actions have often been queer enough to excite apprehension on and cause the regencv to be discussed, but the matter was j dropped as long as her eccentricities did not grossly violate propriety. Recent events have emphasized her tendencv to melancholy. The Kaiser's death gave her daughter a splendid promotion, but Frederick's illness presents early widow hood. Victoria has a morbid dread that Germany's physicians would con spire with Bismarck to hasten her son-in-law's death. This is one reason why the family was induced to go to San Remo and secure Mackenzie. It is said the whole matter was exhaustively dis cussed by the Prince of Wales and Fred erick before iheir parting at San Remo. It cost the Queen over a guinea a mile to travel to Florence. The greatest pre cautions were taken for the safety of the train. The stations were garrisoned with a sufficient force to repulse half a regiment. In each district the station master himself inspected all level cross ings and saw that no gates barred the way ; neither was any train allowed to follow that containing her Majesty for at least fifteen minutes; wfiile a pilot en gine heralded its approach to every sta tion upon the route. The Australian Mails. The Oceanic Steamship Company has been awarded the contract for carrying the English mai's from San Francisco to the Colonies for one year from Novem ber next, the compensation being the same as that paid for the past two years. The company promises to reduce the time, but it has not yet been determined whether the steamers will touch at San Diego to receive and land the through mails. The new contract abolishes all thought of a competing line from Port Moody to Honolulu, Auckland and Syd ney. Canada's ineffectual effort to secure a reciprocity treaty with the Ha waiian Government was a great damper to the enterprise, and without the aid of New Zealand nothing could be done. The Oceanic Companj' will therefore have a monopoly of the carrying trade for a year and a half at least. S. F. Bulletin. Very Fine Quality, I am continually requested to continue to make the same. I take pleasure in inforraii'g my cus tomers and the public generally that I intend to make Bnns of Still Finer Quality, Called in Germany the "Emperor Francis Joseph Buns." venturing to say that no other establish ment in Honolulu can produce, as the practical making of them is only known tome in Hono lulu. F. HOliN, 4t Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook. LOST. Ioliee toiin. Wednesday, April 4. Malie (w), M. T. McDonald and H. Browne each forfeited bail of $G for drunkenness. Haleakala for carrying and being armed with a pistol, was fined $20, in default, twenty days' imprisonment. CIVIL CASES. H. S. Tregloan vs. D. F. Sanford. Assumpsit for $28.83. Judgment for plaintiff for .$13.8.Twith costs $3.73. A. McWayne vs. C. N. Arnold. As sumpsit for $10. Judgment for plaintiff for the amount with $5.05 costs. Several other cases before continued. A GOLD BANGLE PIN, WITH THE NAME Hattie" inscribed thereou. The piu was lost last Wednesday on King street, between Ma uuakea and Liliha stieets. Finder will be suit ably rewarded ly leaving same at thisoltice. 31 WING WO CHAN d CO., Commission Merchants,. Importers and dealers in all kinds of Chinese Provisions, Merchandise, Cigars, Ebony Furniture, Ebony and Marble Tables. Chinese and Japanese Crockery Ware. Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Vases of all kinds. Mattings, Camphor Wood Trunks, Rattan Chairs, Clothing Baskets, etc. Silks, Satins. Embroidered Silk Hand Kerchiefs. Grass Cloth, Crape Shawls and Crape Silks. All kinds and all styles of China and Japan Teas, of the latest importation. Opposite W. C. Peacock & Co., Nuu anu street, Honolulu, H. I. Mutual Telephone No. 18. P. O. Box 186. 3rn T. I. BASS H BBoWN T. J. BASS & CO. Importers of and Dealers in Artists' - Materials, Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine. Manufacturers of Mouldings. Picture Frames, etc., etc., etc. 1-1 aiMl 16 Ellis street near Market SAN FRANCISCO; CAL. , 634inayl4tf Bargains in EmbrouQ BARGAINS, BARGAINS Embroideries ! Embroideries! A T THE Popular Millinery Hon 104 Fort St., Honolulu. N. S. SACKS, PBOPIMETOB, Hamburg and Swiss Edgings! Hamburg and Swiss Insm ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES! Children's Embroidery Mounces.! Iatlies'' Kn.lnil(.rv r; I in &kiri ami noloku Lengths. Ladies' Box Suits ! Ladies' Boa Si 1 DIRECT IMPORTATION FROM EUROl'K, Thereby saving the - United States Duty. The Entire Lot will h ASTONISHING PRICES! Astonishing Prices ! Astouisliiii"- Price Notice to the Public of f lese s Concert at the Hotel. A complimentary concert to the depart ing men of war officers will be given by the Royal Hawaiian Band at the Hotel this evening. The following is the pro gramme: Overture "The Exiles". Gasgner Polka "The Dragoons" Fahrbach Finale'Carmen" WWt Selection "Grand Dutchess'. ...Offenbach j "White Wings," "I Aloha Oe." Selection "Ermini". . Jacobowskv Waltz "Thine Alone" Miesler Turkish Patrol Michaelis Medley "Ye Olden Times" Beyes "Star Spangled Banner." "Hawaii Ponoi." Win. G. Irwin & Co OFFER FOR SALE: S UG A TliS I'KV GRANULATED In Karrels, Hal Barrels, And 30-pound Boxea. WEDDING CAKE. Ladies or gentlemen who contemplate giving orders for the above artir!?. respectfully requested to call at the Honolulu Pioneer Steam Candy Fai-tw. Bakery, established 180;, before going to any other house, as my eHtaMiblm POSITIVELY the only establishment in Honolulu, notwithstanding till the: ulous, empty, and pompous newspaper blowing and pulling, where a c.ike.r procured to give the greatest, satisfaction to the most refined tasfes, anlfi ornament of exquisite workmanship on your table whu-h will not nm'k pieces when cut, but be a credit to the tine art of the Confectionery, ulnVhte only for twenty-five yeais, but still bids competition defiance to 'this dav. JI. i tempts in any other establishment are inferior to mine, and not worth ttoj you pay. it is an indisputable fact that all over the world a good workman's;' ductions are always cheaper than half made ones are. Having had over halfi tury's practical experience, the undersigned is enabled to ornament Cukesit. and the highest stvles of the art. CURK-. Ivt Half barrels l OWDKKED- And 25-pound Boxer, Tn :0-iound Boxes. C. COFFEE . In Half Barrels F. HORN, The only Practical Confectioner in all branches Proprietor Honolulu Candy Factory and Bakery. Hotel bet ween Fort and Nuuanu Streets, Ibnij dcrriiseuitnts Blue Mottled Soap SALMON WANTED TO CHARTER A Vessel to Jul Guano at Fanning Island for Europe. -APPLY TO- J. 8. Walker. 2 in Cases Corned Beef. ET L OUR Cs Medium Bread. OIL FUEL and LUBRICATING. 1876. GEO W. LINCOLN. BUILDEE. 75 and '77 Kino- Street, ----- Honoli Be 1 1 Telephone No. "75. 65 Miitnnl THophon JOHN IV O TT 8 0ce;!iiic Steamship Co. c Collector-General's CBce, March 3J, 1883 Children's hats; children's hats trimmed and untnmiiied, in fine leghorn and fine 'white Milan, also a good assortment in ehool hats, at one dollar each at Sachs etore, 101 Fort street. Supreme Court April Ter n. BEEORE DOLE, J. Wednesday, April 4. J. Okuu vs. J. N. Kaiaikawawaha, replevin. Tried at January Term and verdict for plaintiff. Defendant's mo tion for a new trial, was heard January 30, 1833, by Judd, C. J., and on February 6, 1838, motion was granted. Continued from 2nd instant. Tried-before a Ha waiian Jury. Jury without retiring at 11 :49 a. m., render a unanimous verdict for plaintiff, under instructions of the Court and on motion of plaintiff. A. Rosa for plaintiff; W. A. Kinney for defendant. Eighty-six boxes of white Star shirts extra good, worth $2 25 each, we will sell during our sale at $1 25 each; sizes 16141 17, 17, at Fishers. FOR SAN FRANCISCO, The A 1 steamship Will leave Honolulu for the above port on MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1888, At Noon. For freight or passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., AGENTS. LI ME I CEMENT Galvanized Iron Hoofing. R I ID G I N a SCREWS and WASHERS. Sugar Bags-22x36. CORDAGE. Manila and sital, Panana Twlner Wbal Lint Jms &?kti Ik&zcz&Zi? i -w ;ga-rwv; : Stoves, Ranges and - Housekeeping O31 Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Slieet Iran r7 Reed's Felt Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering. ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & 00 GRASS SEEDS, MILL TIMBERS A TENTS, (suitable tot log and surveying parties, tf EC. E. "Mclnfcyre & Bro., IMl'ORTERS AND DEALKKS s and 1 Groceries, Provisions EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS e tfi PrVI00419 rere,ved by every pacnet from the Extern States and "rr' WV;F SSSLf': ,,,a2?.rI , AU ?rrte 'althfully attended to. and Good. dfflce i Telephone No 92 4Biaoa oraers solicited, satisfaction gunru- r i.