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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL . ADVERTISE 11, ; APRIL r. iwr8.
LUUAL AND GENKKAL. &vttti$tmtnt$ diwisenmits. t n'. Jay f,olil San J tw Lowell, U - 'I' . FMklne, 32 day- from ?ts-?vLr ?VjI:,:'-1:1,1 Wai'4-U1 -,i:1.,.:l "" iiirlM,h V.:i'NKSI 4 ' 1 . . ia il Tibbetts, for Port i' Tr for Molokai. at 5 ,sp for , ., p m r!l:l yce. for !.- T-,,ay- , I'n 1 for Sau Francisco. sOU"', v'V.f from S.truoa sAl'111'- L.. v;,; tn Liverpool ;1 t ;' 'riK1ierly, from Hawaii ?l;d'r. A U Paul, fm San :K0 f ... i;t. i,., C,okf, from Sew York l.:pM..-,-.,,V L a Hubbard, from ban -S'tv Ia. r-son.frou San Francisco ?ikDr!I il'houaiette,from San Fran- r. Mr Wm Wiseman, from ?B M s faru.iM, 'v'tuna. from Liverpool w Vl'a fro iiS.hi Francisco 'rji viitr L'useu, from Sau Francisco. i'ita, invVll from San Francisco. 1' !: J. Krskiue, Port Town- , i M's S Zilveren Kruis, Jocke, from S r.Silftrui-i Tahiti, due April 1-20 VK Thongs Hell, sailed from Cardiff, ?' (lueMircbl-0 -''u'warJ May, Jobuson, from Hongkong, ;i:':'Lv from Panama, due March 1-10 Vine St Lm-ie. J Fjskine, from Puget f'&kl-inc Slope.Hariie.s.from Puget Sound, f'VL Tier nan, M lauder.f rom San Fran Cr.ute to laL.it. due March 10 Lii, due at Kabului from ban Prancisco ""V Li "1J J 'ark Memiuon. from Port Discovery, due fUlice Muir, Yai nell, from Newcastle, April l-W Iwrk Un-e Mary, Nixon, from Newcastle, N V ijiril iVi-t Veritas, from Newcastle, NSW t-Cirn DuL Sweetlaud, due at Kahului, INVwotle, ' S W , Mjicb -U-31 Jitt Vliiioilfrey, li Dal.le.frotn Sau Fran- March -1 i '.Mat Consuelo, L B Cousins, from San jd.ie Mari-h -2i--.il ;it' 0 Pc-kiiis, Nor.iberg, from San Fran I x H:lo March -31 ISijaelic. from Hoagkoug via Yokohama Lt,!,i) Fraucisco, due April 4-5 tii s Mariposa, H M llayward, from San rU route lot oiouie , uuc fltiui j bsZtalaiitlia, Utereudorp, from Colonies iiu riauciseo, aue Auu I i'Ai-:iit:H.s. i ARRIVALS, j Hiiuakua per shur Iwalaui April 4 i-.rsuu, W". K. Purvis, I. Goodall, Y. A. iuili'.i)tLTd. LET AKTURKH. I iliUai per simr James Makee April 4 ifct. Consuelo, Cait. E. B. Cousins, is 13 1 2: from San Francisco. Aa. bark Atlanta, Captaiu II. Tibbetts, Sifnl 4tb, in ballast, for Port Tovusend.( Aui. LktneSt T.n.-ip fVintjiin .T ia FruLinp ) di at the Fort Street wharf April 4th, 32 :'wai Port Townseud, W.T., with about 2" feet lumber to .Messrs. Lewers k Cooke. I British bark Natuna, is still in the stream, no berth for her. 1 3n;i.h bark Natuna has part of her cargo p:t for San Francisco. jL'merican bark Vilora II. Hopkins, Capt. I t'jod, leaves the Kinau wharf this even- frSau Fraucisco with 25,402 bags sugar t-H :8,l05.f,o3 pounds, and valued at 135, ,f Slippers were: C. Brown k Co., 8,070 !"-fcinl.03G,7J0 lbs.); Theo. II. Davis & Co., sugar (810.27J ll,s.); Castle & Cooke, j:b sugar (1,058,730 lbs.); F. A. Schaefer .' '-Obugs sugar ilD,9-.4 lbs.) British bark Saraca has commenced re- sugar for San Francisco. schooner Waiuli brought 1000 bags sugar lnoruu, Hawaii. fteaixier Kaala arrived April 4th from aad Waianae with nearly 1500 bags sugar, again this morning. dentine Discovery was . to sail from pacisdo for this port March 29th. I African clipper barkentine S. G. Yilder, i -H.raul, leaves tbis afternoon with a ?i or sugar for Sau Francisco. Mrs.S.T. k la'five ot'Je will take p ssage by her. ihatT Iwalani aived April 4th from A . Hawaii, with 605: bags sifgar for C " haefer & Co., which were put on I l"e brk Saraca. feUb"kC.K.Bi,bop, Capt.Yvatters, S fu! I0"80 l Messrs- U" Uackfield & Co. i Bremen March 11th for Honolrfla. Sim erCanute brought 28G0bags sugar f a,Miui,fortbebarkpnH-. fin C j rkenti Veusou is "ow iu command of f ieutme Amelia. car., S -N-Ctle has finished un- cari-, i , -a uas beea moved into the ! reand,pf,ill'rig!?ed Sbip of 1180 tons W wtlv I C0,,QlUlu,d of Captain Lowell, with7r 1U1, 111 " duys froul San 'Xel re 'it CUrtJ- Tue Ivy 13 a Sue derail, u ihc ship Alexander Mc- V'rkeutine fu Tic ComDinv 1eCU docked near the - uu.er . Mir .Married. JWiruo Urnemoutl,'EnK-ia-v t xr1" 01 SWe'len Was united fn p!!S3Munck- TheQaeen Iuch,rn tlYincessof Denmark 4 uLnesnt a ik ir Barstrou- - were present ionv. femonv -oim perlormed 0 say that, owin- to rheapSalo,,f ring his aaJ nd Thursday till 9 U l.ri7 " "-- lshe UnderirtS at 25 The Morning Star will be along shortly. The Kev. Mr. Logan died at lluk, Dec ember 27th. Remember that the Australia sails on Monday. Go and look at the novelties at N. S. Sachs'. - The U. S. S. Marion leaves for Yoko hama to-day. Captain Gresley Jackson is a book agent at San Diego. Hon. S. G. Wilder has gone to Maui to be out of the way of reporters. A full line of gents' straw hats of the latest styles at 75 cents at Fishel's. There was a reception and dance on the U. S. S. Adams yesterday afternoon. Prof. Van Slyke and Mrs. J. E. Hanford will be united in marriage this evening. The Y. M. C. A. boys hold their monthly meeting at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. The regular monthly meeting of St. An drew's "Church Association will be held this evening. Hon. Alex. Young has leased the Col. Wood mansion in Oakland, and installed his family there. The Royal Mail steamer Zealandia is due on Saturday from the Colonies en route to San Francisco. Yesterday afternoon the St. Andrew's Sewing Society gave a surpuse party to Bishop and Mrs. Willis. Mr. N,S. Sachs has got a ranch and is cultivating bananas some of which are almost as large as himself. At 10 o'clock this morning M. J. F. Mor gan will sell the household furniture at the residence of Dr. Gray, Alakea street. , 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. The semi-annual session of the Oahu Association of the Hawaiian Evangelical Churches is now being held in Kaumaka pili church. The fast sailing barkentine S. G. Wilder will leave for San Francisco at 1 p. in. to-day. F. A. Schaefer & Co. are the agents. A baseball match will take place on Saturday at 3 o'clock at the Makiki grounds between a Honolulu team and a team from the IT. S. men of war. The April term of the Supreme Court opens at 10 o'clock this morning when Mr. Justice Dole will hear motions, and sev eral indictments will be presented. The Lincolnshire handicap of 1000 sover eigns run at Lincoln, England, March 24th, was won br Veracity, Tyrone second, Lobster third. Twenty-five starters. 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. The new Iniuan line steamer City of New York was launched on the Clyde March 15th. She is the largest steamer in the world with the exception of the Great Eastern. Mr. Ch. Gertz has just received a fine new stock of boots and shoes. The stock of his smoking emporium has also been increased by the addition of fine cigars, to bacco, pipes, etc. As the steamer Gaelic did not leave Yo kohama until March 25th, she may hardly be expected here before Friday. The pas sage from Yokohama to Honolulu takes about twelve days. All the countries represented at the re cent Sugar Bounties Conference, with the exception of France, have sent replies to the British Government favorable to the abolition of sugar bounties. The Honolulu debating society meets this evening at the usual place and time when there will be a debate on the ques tion, "Would municipal incorporation be advantageous for Honolulu?" Mr. Harry Byng will lead in the affirmative and Mr. G. A. Keth in the negative. A dispatch from Chicago March 24th says: President Spalding of the Chicago Baseball Club announced this evening that he had perfected arrangements for a trip throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Sandwich Islands. He will take two nines of the best players in America across the Pacific, leaving San Francisco the last of October and playing the first game in Australia about Christmas. Captain An son will be one of the players, but the others have not yet been named. lioyal Hawaiian Hotel. Following are the late arrivals at the IIava;i?n Hotel : George Passavant, Switzerland; J. W. Miter, Boston; W. Gerstle, S. F. ; Miss L. A. Shute, Mrs. M. G. Pinkerton, Boston ; Miss A.Porter, Miss Porter, California ; T. G. Carson and wife, California; Miss Day, Hart ford, Conn.; Mrs. Rogers, Boston; Miss Nora Pettibone, Buffalo, N. Y. ; C. M. Schoomaker, U. S. Navy ; W. G. Ham mon, N. Y. C. Mengersen, Kuhuihaele. A Magflilicaut Cake. At Mr. F. Horn's establishment yester day we were shown a wedding cake, which for excellence of work would be hard to beat in any city. Mr. Horn is certainly at home in this branch of his trade. It is impossible to give a de scription of this cake, it should be seen to be appreciated. To go into details would almost fill a volume. All those contemplating matrimony should call at his store early this morning and view it. The Xew Organ. The trustee of the Kaumakapili church have decided after many requests to have the new organ opened on Saturday evening next, April 7th. The pulpit, platform, and choir seats are completed, but the iron seats are not in position. However, the seats now in use in the basement will be placed temporarily in the church for the occasion. Further particulars will appear to-morrow. PACIFIC Commercial Advertisei STJfiAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is prepared to do al kir dso Commercial. & fegi I Work .Hiving just Received a Complete and New Assortment of Job Types ami Ornaments Of the Latest Stvleg, from the most Cel brated Foundries of the United States, and employing only Experienced and i'astv Workmen, we are prepared to turn out Contracts, Slortyrasre Blanka, Teaof, Shipping Paiitracts, fin FluA'aiun dt Kngllfh) r : :n;nr. Orders, Receipts, Harriiiir." 4 v rt Urate. fa lubitciios, I I.. 14 liter fal Letter II :. Hill ileal. Circulars. V' Sleails. Stuf en.eiits. Ki!lNof LadlMR, Stork Certificate, ltniiieM Carilt. v tleal Check. Uflk I'ickcts, irnnk ClMckH And in fact everything which a first-class orHe can lo . L. P. FISHER, ADVERTISING AGENT, 21 MERCHANTS EXCHANGE, San Francisco, California, is authorized to receive advertisements for the col umns of this paper. Ia. P. F"ISlESil.'S NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENCY, Rooms 20 and 21, Merchants' Exchange California Street, San Francisco. ST S B. AdTertisiog Solicited for all Senspapers Published on tbe Patific toast, the Sandwlth Islands, Polynesia, Mexican Ports, Panama, Valparaiso, Japan, China, New Zealand, the Australian Colonies, the Eastern States aud Europe. Files of nearly every Newspaper Published on the Paeifle oast are kept Constantly on Hand, and all advertisers are allowed free aeeess to them dorlns Business Hours. The PACIFIC COM MERCIAL ADVERTISER is kept on tile at he Offlee of L. P. FISHER. 86-wtt S. C. AILKX, U. P ROBINSON. ALLEN & ROBINSON, AT ROBINSON'S WHARF, DEALERS IN LUMBER and all kinds Of BUILDING MATERIA!, Paints, Oils, Nails, etc., etc. AG EXT FOR SCHOONERS KULAMANU. KAUAIKEAOULI, MOI WAHINE, CATARINA, LUKA, MART, LEA HI. Honolulu, Hawaiian Island. 60-wu s If!! I? X A rv7 n 1 & Absolutely Pure. Tuispowdc-r never varies. A marvel of purity, etrenjrth and vholosoiiier.es. More economical than the, ordinary kii.ds , awl cann ot Lescld in c n petitio i with tho r.iu'.titudo cf lo-.vtest, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold oxltCS cans. Royal IiAiiisa Powdkh. Co.. 200 Wall-gfc WM. T. COLEMAN &. CO., Agents, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. d ew FOR SAN FRANCISCO The Al Fast Sailing Barkentine S. Gr. WILDER, CAPTAIN A. H. PAUL, Will have quick passage for the above port, hav ing superior accommodations. For 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 oi Honolulu, deceased. All persons having any claims against the estate of said deceased, whether secured by mortgage or other wise, are notified (o 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 Sle at LOWEST MARKET PRICE. ITNION FEED CO., ID. TAK0 FLOUR FACTORY, Wailtiku, Maui, 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 Matager 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, Wailnku, Maui ; or to W. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents, Honolulu. 657naay27tfdw TO THE PUBLIC. I THE UNDERSIGNED, AH YOUNG, HAVE Mved 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 house, into which they are constantly going, and I have lot 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, 1883. Waterliouse & Lester, IMPORTERS OF WAGON LU3IBER AND CARRIAGE MATERIAL 16 to 22 Beale strett, San Francisco. ap!9 PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, L'D FORT STREET. ardware, Agricultural Implements ! AND GENEKAL MERCHANDISE. Now Opening New Goods in Gur Line -:o:- New Style Steel Door Mats, WOVEN WIRE ROOEIISra, Entirely New, Translucent, BWaterproof; lurable. 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. EAEE CHANCE EOR INVESTMENT. BETTEP. THAN GOVERNMENT BOND. OFFERED BY THE Equitable ASSETS OVER life Assurance OF THE UNITED STATES. Company $30,000,000. The protection of Life Insurance combined with the Investment Principles of a Saving Bank. Example of a20-vear endowment policy for S10.000, taken oi t at the age ot 25 years; Annual premium, $487. Total premium in 2o years, f 9,740. Cash fund the u due, $18,110. Equiv alent paid up policy for life, $43,800. Or, annuity for life, $l,31ti. Estimates for different amounts aud different axes cbeei f lly fciven. Protect your family from future want or provide for your own old age Policies Iree, Indisputable, Nonforfeitable Etc., Etc. For further particulars apply to Alexander J. Cartwrizli Ueucral Aeut, Hawaiian, Island. C. J. FISH EL APPRECIATED. We are glad to know that an intelligent community appreciate and patronize an institution that has FIRST, LAST and ALL THE TIME given particularly 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 IPeople! :o:- This Week We Continue Our Special Cheap Bale. EVERY ARTICLE IS MARKED DOWN. Our $4 00 JERSEYS will be sold for Our $5 00 JERSEYS will be sold for Our $G 00 JERSEYS will be sold for Our $8 00 JERSEYS will be sold for $2 00 $3 00 iM 25 $5 00 Special Bargains in Ribbons, Hats, Laces AND BLACK, CREAM AND WHITE BROCADED SILKS. We offer EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS in Odd Lots, Remnants and Odds and Ends. C. J. IT ISJ GRASS SEEDS. COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG LISH RED CLOVER, COW GRASS. SAMOAN VIEWS! By J. D. Strong, Who accompanied the Hawaiian Embassy. 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 fjuit purchasers. We have also on hand sample lots of White Clover, English Alsyke, Timothy, Rib Grass, Crested Dog's Tail, Tall Fescue, Italian R; -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-iunel8tfd&w WM. G. IRWIN & CO. jSTOTICli:. 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 Bund or Duty Paid. ! Fresh Lots received by every Steamer. MEE FONGr & CO.. King: St., Bet. Jlannakea and Nuoanu. 8m J. J. Williams, Photographer, 1042 Fort Street, Honolulu, Has on Sale a Series of Views of Samoan Life & Character And Historical Incidents Tconnectf d with the Hawaiian Mission to Samoa. An Immense Variety and Great Artistic merit. Call and See Them. LEWIS & CO Importer: anil Dea eit In Groceries, Provisions, Etc. Ill FORT STREET, P. BOX 297 : : TELEPHONE 240