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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVE RTISKIi. APRIL fl ieoa.
iHi'KSDAY. April 5. i-nderwood. u Laa i for Sau Francisco bktneMf H H0Pfe,iiH. iu ..wiiitf To-ciay, A f ,r Yokohama. r S Marion. J o0la, and Waialua. 2,-r r - i rort ir-M.i Foreign ,,M t Kemi-ff. from. Samoa ports JvkSaraca, -T ( im rlv, from Hawaii TiV ; LifromXew York fa WP M-Vv , ' L ii Hubbard, from San 52?Erk Willie McLuen Cozens, from New :,!(,",, Iini,....a, from San rram-iacu ark " " n- 1 Hi u . '.Hmul. o ie r. , M S Caioln.e, ir Vm Wiseman, from 'Wn Wituna. U Grab::, from Liverpoo r, birk riK i ? Hau-tn.iroinSau Irancisco. 4atktD ! tna, S;in FranCi8co. J-Krskiue' Port Towu" SeConsuelo.L B Cousins, from San r7iwi"i7ii roremn l'orl vrRBIsnop, Wolters, siiled from Bre S?t, ii due Juiv 10-25 br Golden Fleece, from San Francisco. Scory, McNeil, from San Fran- rffi Irwin, J E McCulloch, from S p. trgtne eJD Spreckels, from S F, due at Ka 'aJac, P B Shaw, from S F, due Apr 1?B MS Cormorant, from South America, due J US H.wiiith, from South America, due F ?. '"7 :" Tirh 1-90 hsOiuaba, from Panama, due March 1-10 I ?hHLTierijau. Melauder.from San Fran "Sea route to Jaluit. due March 10 -N tirk Meiuruou. from Port Discovery, due ? h 15 30 f-nbirk Alice Muir, Yarnell, from Newcastle, 'i 8' due April 1-20 fa iark Alice Mary, Nixon, from Newcastle, N V due ipril 1-20 ii bark Veritas, from Newcastle, N S W Ia. Cam Dual, Sweetlaud, due at Kahului, j3 Newcastle, N S W, March 0-31 l iirbk W B Godfrey, R Dable, from San Fran Co due March 24-131 'a bk CO Perkins. Nordberg, from San Fran So due Hilo M.rch 2S-31 i k S 3 Mariposa. H M Hayward, from San Udico en route to Colonie , due April 13 -iwSS Zealandia, Otereudorp, from Colonies jVittSiu Fiaucisco, due April 7 ARRIVALS. 3:s San Francisco, per brgtne Consuelo, frill-Mrs M Brown and J Burke. . f DEPARTURES. J r 5n Francisco, cer bktne b u iiaer. friiS-Mrs Wager and 6 others. MI IP 11 Mi NOTES. i riesbip Mystic B-lle has changed berth, ani Void berth at Brewer's wharf was taken by :trk Natuna. Le ichooner Manuokawai brought 785 bags "jiilsom Lahaina, Maui, April 5th. Tie I. 8. X. Co.'s new naptha launch was :tJ loiind th harbor yesterday afternoon, Jitiimners are satisfied with her workings. j.'ie James A. King and St. Lucie are discbarg '$ lumber at Fort-street whai f . f lii iteamer Iwalani leaves on Saturday morn iforHamakua, Hawaii, via Lahaina. ie bark Willie McLarren is still unloading Utth Pacific Mail Company's wharf. fit iteamer Einau will be due to-morrow I'aing from windward ports with about 8.5C6 - jruugar. p ship Ivy is still in the stream. Jtubrigantine Consuelo is docked at the In ?ind Company '8 wharf. American barkentine S. Q. Wilder, Cap 3 A. H. Paul, sailed for San Francisco April p'-th 17,068 bags sugar and 200 bunches ba ais. The cargo was valued at $93,755' 53. Ship--ere: Castle & Cooke, 12,948 bags sugar; p.H. Davies & Co., 680 bags sugar; C. Brewer Co., 1,440 bags sugar, and Z. K. Meyers, 200 J3chn bananas. p barkentine S. N. Castle and the steamship praliaare beinf? repainted and renovated pe Haw&iian steamship Australia has com fi unloading cargo, and has already com aced "ceiving sugar. fk American brigantine Consuelo, Captain Cousina, arrived early April 5th. 12 days aa Franci5co, with a full cargo of general handise, 293 pigs for Messrs. E. C. . on and J- Brke. The Consuelo had pleas ptitter and fair winds. chooner Canute sails this morning for 1Ui' Vla Kahului, with 1C0 tons coal for .'utter place. Vilora M. Hopkins. Captain W. W. 'CJb AprU 5th for San Francisco, with ' g8 8US valued at S135.V19 82. jilbf " PerkiE8 and J- D- Spreckels have 7 arrived at Hilo and Kahnlui, respect- ttiweTk Frinci8C0 dur,nS tbe early part il'verv Memnon i8 22 days oat from Port i, Wlth al,out 600,000 feet lumber for 'LV!B"h!p Belic arl at Yokohama ..L 'raucisco, via Honolulu. lr.th , - j Poute court. lEK0RE P0LIK JUSTICE DAYTON. HhT- r Thursday, April 5th. tts vurda,e' ei,arged wiu as- k and kanery on Kalua, was dis- LrkChin"Honk was Ught Zl r ' C,,f rged rgerv. As edand m ime thecasehad been th Pr08ecution were not now A';oiecasewasdismissed- 'elRclH0"' Wf entered against Hattm I 2' Charged with aault hLin , MiS3Julia' inUsT1 With havinS Papio f:T' found not !eret rushl;!7Sto say that, owing to P-Baleof0?101116'8 during his lt0Pveeverv; Weeks- and wish- rich' his stir y 3 hance to buy Mm- ?. aney and Thursday till 9 I ' Zilvf ren Kruis, Jocke, from S Vm f "sukibartrom Tahiti, due April 1-2Q HL a Thonias Bell, sailed from Cardiff, I The public schools close to-day for vaca tion. The police are busy raiding gambling dens. Go and look at the novelties at N. S. Sachs'. Don't forget Macfarlrne's sale to-morrow evening. The Supreme Court sits in banco at 10 o'clock this morning. Services at St. Andrew's Cathedral at 7 o'clock this evening. Gents Indian gauze undershirts at 25 cents each at Fishel's. The Consuelo brought three hundred hogs for Messrs Burk & VVinslow. A full line of gents' straw hats of the latest styles at fo cents at Fishel's. On Saturday evening Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane & Co. will continue their auc tion sale of art and fancy goods. 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 U. S. S. Juniata, Captain Davis, ar rived at Yokohama, via Midway Island, on March 19th, seventy-nine days from Hono lulu. 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. "Miss Prescott, the elocutionist, leaves for the other islands next wTeek, and purposes giving entertainments at various places. She will first visit Maui. 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. At 10 o'clock this morning Mr. L. J. Levey will sell a complete line of smokers' goods, and at noon household furniture, carriage, carriage horse and a saddle pony. The complimentary concert last evening at the Hawaiian Hotel to the departing officers of the U. S. navy was a success. The front of the building was tastily illum inated. Children's hats; children's hats trimmed and untnmmed, in fine leghorn and fine white MJans, also a good assortment in school hats, at one dollar each at Sachs' store, 101 Fort street. There was a capital meeting of the De bating Society last evening, when Munici pal Government for Honolulu was dis cussed. Next Thursday evening Mr. Graenhalgh of San Francisco will read an essay on "Central American Canals." Mr. John A. Wood, a retired Toronto merchant, who is enjoying a visit to Hono lulu, was present at the afternoon session of the Police Court. Mr. Wood was intro duced to Judge Dayton and the officers of the Court by Col. V. V. Ashford, who knew him in Toronto. Supreme Court April Term. BEFORE DOLE J. Thursday, April 2. - The King vs. Geo. Summers, larceny. Defendant is arraigned, and pleads not guilty. Deputy Attorney General for the Crown, defendant in person. Collector of Customs vs. W. S. Luce, assumpsit. Defendant's demurrer is argued and submitted. Attorney Gen eral for the Crown, Hartwell, Hatch and Whiting for defendant. The King vs. Lee Fook, perjury 2d de gree. Defendant is arraigned on an in dictment, and counsel states that he is not ready to plead, as he will file a de murrer to the indictment. Deputy At torney General for the Crown, V. V. Ashford for defendant. Collector of Customs vs. G. W. Mac farlane et al., assumpsit. Defendants' demurrer and plaintiff's motion for grounds of defendants' demurrer are argued and submitted. Attorney Gen eral for plaintiff, Neumann and Hatch for defendant. Collector of Customs vs. II . R. Mac farlane, assumpsit. Defendant's de murrer and plaintiff's motion for grounds of demurrer argued and submitted. At torney General for plaintiff, Neumann and Hatch for defendant. Supreme court. AT CHAMBERS BEFORE BICKERTON, J. Tong On Kee vs. Chong Pau et al., garnishment. Judgment for plaintiff for $63. Rosa for plaintiff, A. C. Smith for defendants. AT CHAMBERS BEFORE JUDD, C. J. J. W. Luning vs. J. K. Naone, et al., garnishment. Judgment for plaintiff for $2 50, without costs. i m A Comiuar Marriage. On Tuesday next at 11 :30 o'clock a. m. Mr. F. W. Glade will be united in marriage to Miss Bertha von Holt, at St. Andrew's Cathedral. The services will be fully choral, and the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, assisted by the Rev. Geerge Wallace, will perform the ceremony. A reception will be held after the cere mony at the residence of Rev. Alex, and Mrs. Mackintosh, Nuuanu Avenue, and the bridal party will leave on the Mikahala at 5 o'clock for Kekaha, Kauai, their future residence. Japanese in Hawaii. The Japan "Gazette" of March 2d has the following: The total number of Japanese emigrants who have departed for Hawaii since 1885 was 4,304, of whom 223 completed their agreement to work for three years last year ; 143 died : 58 were born; 24 married; 10 divorced. The amount of money which they saved and forwarded to their homes is esti mated at 142,314 yen 34 sen 3 rin, and that of money reserved by them for charitable purposes and delivered to the surviving families of deceased emigrants at 2,196 yen 72 sen ft rin. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Eanmakaplll Organ. The large new organ in the Kaumaka pili Church will be inaugurated Saturday evening at 7 :45 o'clock. Admission will be by ticket, the price of which has been placed at $1. On this occasion the fol lowing programme will be plaved by Mr. Wray Taylor:. -. , . ! t "Hawaii Ponoi." ' Kaumakapili March in F Wrav Taylor a. Berceuse in A Delbruck (b. Evening. Prayer Smart Fantasia in C Major Tours Carillons de Dunkerque (1780) Carter-Turpin Prelude and Fugue in C Bach Fantasia Pastorale Wely Andante in C Silas Flute Concerto Rink War March from Athalie . . .Mendelssohn "God Save the Queen." "Star Spangled Banner." "Hawaii Ponoi." The (iaelic. The steamship . Gaelic, 4,209 tons.. Captain W. G. Pearne, arrived early Thursday morning from Yokohama, and anchored off port. She left Hongkong March 14th at 3:15 p. m.; had variable winds and arrived at Yokohama on the 20th at 7:30 a. m. Sailed from the lat ter place March 24th at 10:55 a. m. To the 28th had southerly gales and high sea. Thence to Honolulu light variable winds and fine weather. The Gaelic brought for this port 488 Chinese and 26 Japanese steerage passengers, and had in transit for San Francisco 30 cabin and 17 steerage. The latter were Japanese. The steamer had a clean bill of health. Her 514 passengers for this port were landed at the quarantine grounds, and 40 tons of freight was fumigated before being landed. The Gaelic left last even ing for San Francisco, taking a mail from here. England iu the North Pacific. Admiral Porter thinks that England is preparing for war with the United States. He t ays : "I do not hesitate to say that the late rapid movements of the British Govern ment in strengthening its naval depot at Esquimalt, building heavy works com manding the Strait of Fuca, indicate a policy antagonistic to the United States, viz., to obtain possession of that territory which they claimed in 1858. "At that time the British contended for the Strait of -Rosaiio as a boundary instead of the Strait of De Haro, which would have given them the command of our entire northwestern coast. "No doubt the British will eventually fortify the islands on the southeastern point of Vancouver Island, so that the Straits of Fuca and Do Haro will be her metically sealed by Bri.ir-h uuns. To day a line of railroad all along the boun dary of our territory if in operation capa ble of supplying any number of British posts, and at the-end of it is a great naval depot that dominates our whole northwestern coast. "The nation with which we would be most likely to go to war with is Great Britain, for the boundary between the two nations is of such vast extent; and a mere geographical line marked with piles of stones whic h time soon obliter ates." And he precedes and follows by an elaborate argument on the necessity of defences. Every sensible man will en dorse his views. Central I'nion Chusch. At a meeting of the congregation ol the Central Union Church, held Wednesday evening, the following com mittees were appointed to carry out the intent of a resolution th.it a new church be built : L Finance Messrs. J. B. Atherton, S. M. Damon, J. T. Waterhouse, Jr. Site's Messrs. J. O. Carter, P. C. Jones, B. F. Dillingham. Plans Messrs. C. M. Cooke, C. R. Bishop, Alexander Young. i&dufrtisiments Notice of Assignment. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE firm of Quong Yuen & Co. of No. 54 King street, have this day made an assignment of all their property and assets, in trust for the benefit of their creditors to the undersigned. All per sous indebted to the said rim located at Maka lal Huna on Maui, under the firm name of Hop Chong Long:, and those who are indebted to the store ol said firm, located at Honatfko Kau on Hawaii, tinder the. firm name t f Quong Wo, are requested to settle their accounts with the un dersigned or their authorized agents who alone are empowered to receive aud receipt for the same. All persons having demands against the said firm are requested to piesent the same to the undersigned at the business place of Hop Yuen & Co., Honolulu. . ' LEE TAT SUN. . JACK LUNG. Honolulu, March 27th, 1888. Wanted to Purcliase. ANYONE HAYING A PHOTOGRAPHIC CAM era of moderate dimensions for sale, may possibly hear of a purchaser by communicating with Z, P. O Box O. - - ZSTOTIOiC. MESSRS. 3. E. BROWN k CO. ARE AUTHOR iaed to collect subscriptions for the daily ACI F1C COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. Honolulu, January 17, 1888. FERTILIZERS. FOR PLANTATIONS, GARDENS, LAWNS. ETC. For sale by HANSON & SMYTH. We are now prepared to receive all orders for the above Fertilzer of a superior quality, thoroughly cured and warranted one .of the best articles of the kind In the market. . . Orders inay be left with L. P. HANSON, 200 Queen stieet. G. M. SMYTH, Hawaiian Hot el St. .4fiflrrtisinents. W Ul l 1 I 1 i I Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel cf purity. Btrength and v holcsoiueness. More cconouiioaJ than the ordinary kinds, and carrot be scld in com-petitio-i with the multitude of lo r test, short weight, alum or phosphate powder?. Sold oxlt O cans. Royal. Bakiso Iowcich. Co.. 106 Wail-tV W5f. T. COLE 31 AX fc CO., Agents, SAN FRAKCISCO. CAL. d vr 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 to present tbe same duly veri fied and with proper vouchers, if any exist, to the uudersigned 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., E'lK TARO FLOUR FACTORY, lYailttkti, 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 Pol than ever produced. All orders to be sent to W. H. CUMMINS, Manager, at the Factory, Wailuku, Maui ; or to W. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents, Honolulu. 657rmay27tfdw Waterliouse & Lester, v - " IMPORTERS OF WAGON LUMBER AND CARRIAGE MATERIAL 16 to 22 Beale street. San Franeisco. ap!9 JUST AKR1VED. Household Sewing: Machines, with latest Improvements and attachments. flauil Sewlosr machines. One Washing: Machine, New. Musical Instruments, Aristons, Ae cordeons, Guitars Violins. Biffotphones, a new and comical instru ment, can be played by anyone. Guitar and Violin String's. Velveteen Carpets and Huffs. - Ed HefFschlaeger & Co. Just Arrived. FLENPBURG STOCK BEER, in quarts and pints. CHAMPAGNES OF ...... Joseph Perrier Fils & Co.j Tin quarts4 and pints. Carte d'Argent. Rouzy Mousseaux, Grand Vin Mousseaux. VEUJfE ANRIOT . 4 Carte d'Argent. Carte Rose. ACKERM ANN LAWRENCE Carte Noir. Ed. Hoffsphlaeer & Co. KING AND BETHEL STREETS. J) If a if rv i &veuistnctus. PACIFIC) HARDWARE CO., L'D FORT . ardware, Agricultural Implements ! AND (iENEKAL MEKCHANDISE. Now Opening ISTew New Style Steel Door Mats, WCTVEjST WIRE nOOFIISTGh, Entirely New, Translucent, flWaterproof, Durable. The following are some of the purposes to which it is applicable: Verandas, Porches ami 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, Pheasantriea 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 F'qiii table 1Afe Assurance OF THE UNITED STATES. ASSETS OVER The protection of Life Insurance combined with tbe Investment Principle of a Savings Bank. Example of a 20-year endowment policy for 10,000, taken out at the age ot 25 years; Annual premium, 8487. Total premium iu 20 years, 9,740. Cash fund then due, $18,110. Equiv alent paid up policy for life, 843,800. Or, annuity for life, 81,310. Estimates for .different amounts and different ages cbeerfv lly given. Protect your family from future want or provide for your own old age Policies Free, Indisputable, Nouforfeltable Etc., Etc. For further particulars apply to Alexander J. Cartwrilit, Geueral Aiceut, Hawaiian Islands. C. J. EISHEL 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! This Week We Continue EVERY ARTICLE Our $4 00 JERSEYS will be sold Our $5 00 JERSEYS will be sold Our $6 00 JERSEYS will be sold Our $8 00 JERSEYS will be sold Special Bargains in AND BLACK, CREAM AND 7" We offer EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS in Odd Lots, Remnants and Odds and Ends. , G. X. FISHEL. 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 euit 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. 717-junel8tfd&w WM. G IRWIN & CO. NOTICE. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF MANILA CIOARS, Of the Best Assorted Brands in the Market, which we will sell at .Lowest Prices, either In Bond or Duty Paid. Fresh Lots received by every Steamer. :mee eong & co.. King: St., net. Maunahea and Xnnanu. - 8m STREET. Goods in Our Line :o:- FOR INVESTMENT. GOVERNMENT BOND. BY THE Company $80,000,000. APPRECIATED. :o:- Our Special Cheap Bale. IS MARKED DOWN. for for for for $2 00 $3 00 $4 25 $5 00 Ribbons, Hats, Laces WHITE BROCADED SILKS. SAM0AN VIEWS ! By J. D. Strong, Who accompanied the Hawaiian Embassy. J. J. Williams, Photographer, Fort Street, Honolulu, Has Ion Sale a Series of Views of Samoan Life & Character And Historical Incidents 'connected with the Hawaiian Mission io Samoa. An Immense Variety and Great Artistlo merit. Call and See Them. LEWIS & CO. Importers and Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Etc, 111 FORT STREET, P. BOX 297. : : TELEPHONE 240 hi "