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m' ,1-iVS fjonl iin
'a" , frmn aianae
u for Yokohama.
:"':th, Houdlette,for ban
if. Davies. tor Kahului,
Cample, for Kilauea,
:; ,-:unn. for Maui, 12 ni.
; . U-iiaua, Kauai.
' j;Sh''V'-iziUfor Koolau, Oahu.
I 'e-,n' f,,r Waimanalo.
';,.eaHou. Cameron, for Hama-
:i'5K'k,for Hamakua, 12 in.
'Lf ?'la Fret'inan. for Kauai, at
gSouth. Little ior
5 ;,ia-ai tor koo hiu.
V--1.. ..: f.r koulau.
h' :lanifor Koolau.
'". t.ir koolail
'Krceipt of Produce.
i),fj viA Alia TiVtTQ
Hi ts sugar, 44V r--o
, a-,.) . .. o
rr.i s K S C. E K s .
ffaianae and Waialua, per stmr
.,-y)i Caidy, Mr Stewart
X Mrilverberg, and 15 deck
1-4 and Hawaii, per, stmr W G
.'"jyMr. 6 Parker, Misses Eva
ii Mro t . rnoii U'pl I MlCs:
(VI .im Norris, Mr Huteh-
.! Kclumuno. II de la C ruz, Mrs
nalu.O-car White, .miss i wnite,
a, Master r Levey, A Kama, b
ji' ami wife, Miss" McCandless,
.i ... m . u.vi.: tr
K Mat t'arlaiie, F Winter, C 13
per tmr Likelike, Aug 28
i Hreiver, wife, 3 children and 2
... M M Thoinpkins, Miss Helen
Brutinrs Charles, Michael, Joseph
am, Majt-T Sam Parker, Major W
.nil, "9?i i"i'i,y , jiis aa
.: .KCattmi, H Laws, D Smith, Mr
dbriile, T l Lyons, and about 50
Kiuai. per stmr. Waialeale, Aug.
. ir.u!!. Misses Mollie and Maria
Irtrr Huu ("J), Miss llines, Mr
-rd, C L Liritto, S Macuuley, and 10
- tin Frain-isi-o, er S S Australia,
v-H n II 1 Baldwin, Hon W A
vM" Maud lJald win, Harry Hald
J.ll.w Baldwin, Miss Carrie CJreen,
:.i,;h, Hon J .Nlutt Smith and Mrs
: J. I Wilder, Hon W C Parke, Hon
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.I'l-r mi wue, .ir u -v imirsion,
iiB-AJ, M Pico, wife and grandson,
likm Misn MustTAve. W H (iraen-
: TFuj;ij., Jas Otis, Miss M C Cunha,
IVtr.iii.1 ami sun, Mrs L It Wal
. Frank Utis, II M Clillig, Mrs Amy
irr m:iiil. Miss H (Troneh. Mrs
t'.ieOI Uose, wife and 2 children, C
Jas loinvav. Mrs u H Hea,
-ABirkf-r V. Tl.-iilpv mid wifp. Miss
:?? Curtis, Coin V Macfarlane, G
Mrs Col Kitchen, 3 children and
-s Miguire, CL Wight. Steerage:
ami 2 children, G M Coffin, A
'tile and child, J Grace and child, E
'.'Mrth. Mrs II H Graham and 2
j-U MrLehinann, wife and child, H
' " l.'IMIU, Ly LOSJe, 111 V V III-
AEWatt, " Tarrant and wife, D E
:.DH Link and wife, GS David
''rt W'agnyr, V Conradt antl son, J
e.Jas Wilkinson, 07 Portuguese, 4
;iean.l 14 Chinese.
'"k Lillian has been moved out in
garner Mikahala returns this eve
roller fortheKekaha Sugar Mill
Oas been repaired at the Ilonolulu
5h!lJ ' goiters, formerly of the Ger
C. R. Bishop, is now in coui
?:!" the German iron ship II. Hack-
- Over nintv iliva
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wi:tetar steamship Arabic, under
,. uuvnui aim wrieiiiai
..""'P Company, Captain W M
. ; "?u August 2Sth, G davs
J hours from San Francisco,
..' anr-hured olF port. She sailed
'utm evMiing for Yokohama and
4uk,Vth 3 cabin passengers, and
T-tr from thi ,..,f i' 1
Hngers. 4 Japanese, and 440 Chi-
Angers in transit
manbarkC. It. P.ishop, Captain
; 'inpany s wharf August 28th, 170
h l, r"l'U' witha C"K of Ke
con.sisting of clothing,
Siim!!? d;irry'etS" andGer-
fort ha l i , aim o
efK"k:i iaS,,-ar Company,
i v , T ltrP March 11th.
Oa,; e ;;' uat?r ft)days and 70
1:H,'rM Ji ,vecI 011 the meridian of
iVv ,1 Stunn-V wither and
:-avin , r ,. experienced. -
-Tt Jm;,,uhn-,the Ilorn from so
v:;i:da s" ossel the line the
' H- C I " " ra"lsI Australia, Cap
MVe anj 'A v?,an Francisco with 118
)r , '!r)s!ar and 280 baS
lilies heeP goat skin
W''-hes u ,,,ane- 3 bxes fruit
us,:!; na a'W313 package
SvalUe 'J,.. I ;reigii value
I.N . 'lV.ljl,
.KWaUfi,,,,u!'olnlu a"J "-la-
a?ed 31 years.
ti fol IJeach "otel.
k!".? are registered at t,ft
tanJ 2 dil'i UZa Canava",
Vire vSer ty; Mr. and
J ay, SanVj? and governess,
J' ailta Ana, Cal.
DAILY PACIFIC COMMEROTAT. DVERTfSKR. nnW 29 188s.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Church services this evening.
Ilonolulu-Vandalia baseball on Saturday.
An assistant book-keeper and collector is
Clay pigeon shooting this afternoon at
The Hawaiian Social Club meets at
Hayselden hall this evening.
Mr. V. H. Graenhalgh is thanked for
complete riles of various San Francisco
There was a rather heavy police station
list last night, including two or three pairs
Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co. advertise
sundry lines of goods received ex bark C.
The electric light is still off, the trouble
being a break in the casing of the turbine
The literary committee of the Debating
Society will please meet at the Hotel at
7:30 this evening.
Mrs. Mellis gives a notice relating to her
contemplated departure from the Kingdom
for several months.
Mr.J.F. Hackfeld's furniture will be
sold at auction by Mr. Morgan on Friday
morning at 10 o'clock.
As the S. S. City of New York only
leaves Hongkong to-day, she will scarcely
reach this port before dark,
A new buoy was being put dowTn in place
of the old one next to the spar buoy in the
harbor passage on Tuesday.
The death of Mr. E. W. Purvis at Colo
rado Springs will be sad intelligence to
many people on these Islands.
Mr. T. Fujita, who has been acting as
secretary to the Japanese Legation during
the past three years, took his leave Tues
day by the steamship Australia, and will
not come back again.
A shark eight feet long was hooked trom
on board the steamer Arabic while lying
off the harbor entrance, and was exhib
ited hanging over the rail during the re
mainder of the afternoon.
Mr. Aiona of Maui, a half-caste Chinese,
was married on Tuesday to Miss Morris, a
recent graduate from the Catholic sem
inary, and the young couple left by the
steamer Likelike for their new home on
A Manxsman sailor on the ship Cocker
mouth resented foul language addressed to
him by a native in the Cosmopolitan saloon
last night. In the fight that ensued two
faces were marked and the native badly bit
the sailor's hand. Both men were arrested.
Mrs. McNair, wife of the Commander of
the U. S. S. Omaha, and child took
passage on the S. S. Arabic for Yokohama.
Capt. Wilde of the U. S. S. Dolphin and
His Excellency Geo. W. Merrill, American
Minister Resident, accompanied them on
board in the Captain's handsome gig from
A hackman on Tuesday reported two
small children unattended in a fugitive
bnggy on Liliha street. An officer was
despatched from the station to the succor
of the children, but up till dark had not
returned to report. It is presumed that
some one stopped the horse and rescued
the little ones.
Commodore Jere. Simonson handled
Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.'s steam barge
skilfully in transporting the nearly 200
Chinese and 100 Japanese emigrants, with
their incongruous mass of effects, from the
Wilder wharf to the S. S. Arabic. The
Chinese made a fearful noise in getting
themselves and their baggage into the
barge, but they got there all ditto in a very
brief space. The examination of the
Asiatics' papers at the steamer gangway
was expeditiously performed by Purser
Rooney, assisted by Customs Officer Good.
Anniversary Reception on the Vandalia.
The reception on board the U. S. flag
ship Vandalia yesterday made an ap
propriate climax to the series of enter
tainments by which the officers of that
vessel have done so much to enliven
Honolulu society in the past. The ship
was beautifully decorated with a gorge
ous profusion of flags and banners,
flowers and wreaths. The decks were
gay with officers and the youth and
beauty of Honolulu, all tastefully
adorned. The afternoon was passed in
dancing or strolling on the deck, and in
refreshing the inner man. The arrange
ments for the latter purpose were above
all praise, and that crown of good things,
the flowing bowl, did not fail to circulate
with proper freedom.
The year which the Vandalia has
spent in Honolulu has been a pleasant
one for everyone who has had the op
portunity qf social contact with her
agreeable officers. It is with the most
unfeigned regret that we notice
that the stay of . the Vandalia
is approaching its period. The ladies
of Honolulu will assuredly make
the davof her departure one of deep
mourning, and the young men, despite
an occasional pang of jealousy, will ad
mit that there is cause.
A Gallant Ship.
The British iron bark Cockermouth,
Captain Raven Little, sails this after
noon in ballast for Guaymas, Mexico.
The Cockermouth arrived here thirty
seven davs ago with 1,800 tons cargo, in
cluding 700 tons of iron rails, the first
shipment of materials for the Hawaiian
Tramways Company, which were all
landed in excellent condition. The
Cockermouth is one of the finest, fastest,
and largest sailing vessels that ever en
tered Ilonolulu harbor. Her quick pas
sage of 110 davs here from Liver
pool speaks well of her superior
sailing qualities and during her stay
in this port she has been an object of
admiration to both seamen and lands
men. Although the Cockermouth is
twelve years old, being always kept m
good order, she appears as if quite new.
Captain Little, her skipper, is a very
obliging and pleasant gentleman to asso
ciate with, and his departure from
Hawaii nei, perhaps nevermore tore
turn, leaves many warm alpha
(friends) behind who wish hiLi Uod
A Commission is being formed in Ber
lin for the purpose of formulating a com
mercial treaty between Germany and
Judicial Decision and Dissent.
The decision of the Supreme Court by
Associate Justice McCullv. with conrnr-
rence of Chief Justice Judd, Associate
Justices Preston and Bickerton, was
filed August 10th, in the case of "The
Ung Wo Sang Co. vs. T. Alo et al. It is
on a. motion by counsel for the plaintiff,
that the Court hear a re-argument on
tne bill. As stated previously in this
paper, the motion is denied in this
nlea a aissentincr nninlnn ; -r,;v. u
, I , D "fiuivii) 111 Illicit UC
holds that the Court did overlook an
essential averment in the second bill,
and quotes 5111 thorlt IPC tr an nTnrf 4-
claim that a certain water course was
appurtenant to a lease in question, and
considers that the motion for re-argument
Should bft errnrfH A S Hart.
well for plaintiffs; Paul Neumann for
Our reporter going on board the Arabic
had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Rooney
as Purser, he having held the same posi
tion on the San Pablo when wrecked in
the China seas. Mr. Rooney was asked
as to the truth of the reports published
regarding a fierce piratical descent upon
the ill-fated steamer. He replied that
the story was partially correct, in that a
swarm of wreckers were only kept at bay
with the hot water hose. These wreck
ers seldom attempt to loot a vessel until
she is deserted, yet the Purser doubted
if on that occasion they would have
peacefully allowed the removal of the
treasure boxes, had they been aware of
their precious contents. Mr. Rooney
seems to be a model Purser in both
ability and agreeable manners.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
Drink Moxie at the Elite."
Horn's genuine Butter Scotch.
Genuine Butter Scotch (Horn's) for
Magazines at Graenhalgh's, 100 Fort
Horn's Butter Scotch, the best lubricator
for the throat.
Get your newspapers at Graenhalgh's,
100 Fort street.
New novels, by the most popular au
thors, at Graenhalgh's, 10G Fort street.
Extra Fine Cream Calces and Eclairs
everv Tuesdav and Friday at the Elite.
Assistant Bookkeeper & Collector
AYOCNCJ MAN OF IRREPROACHABLE
character aud bahits, willing to commence
at a moderate salary wbich will be increased ac
cording to value of Lis services. Address P, O.
Box No, 351, Honolulu, stating age, experience,
salary required and references. None other
Notice of Assignment.
Daniel Mckenzie of Honolulu, oahu,
having this day made an assignment to F.
M. Swanzjs all persons having any claims
against the said Daniel McKenzie are hereby
notified to present the same to the undersigned
at the ofllce of Tbeo. II. Davies & Co.. within two
months from this date; and all persons indebted
to the said Daniel McKenzie are requested lo
make immediate payment to the undersigned.
F. M. SWANZY.
Assignee of D. McKenzie.
Honolulu, Aug. 25, 1B88. , 80-3t
Ex. "C. R. Bishop,"
Swedish. Safety Matches,
Etc., Etc. For Sale by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
OWING TO THE CONTEMPLATED DEPART
icrnpd hv the Ostober
Bfoomcr all intlphted to him are reauested to
settle their accounts before the 30th of Septem
All boobs, stationery and other goods in his
store are offered to close at cost, or
20 per cent, reduction
from regular prices until the above date. The
stock in every line is new and fresh.
A. M. HEWETT.
AUCTION SALE OF
ON Fit IDA Y. AUGUST 31
At lO o'clock a. m.,
At the residence of J. F. Hackfeld, Esq.. corner
of Richards street and palace vaiK, i win
sell at public auction. Household
Carved Black Walnut Chairs.
Velvet Table Covers,
Velvet Piano Covers,
Book Cases, Fancy Tables,
piano Stool, Vases and Statues,
Leather Lounge and Easy Chaifii?
One Sideboard, Vienna Chairs,
Platedware, Crockery, Etc., Ete.
r-nu. tiioo win Iia nnen for inspection on
Thursday afternoon from 1 to 5 o clocK.
Jas. F. Morgan,
THIS SPACE 19 RESERVED
Pofulak Millinery House,
N. S. SACHS, Prop.,
104 Fort Street,. - - - Honolulu.
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S PRICE LIST
Last Week of Our Inventory Sale!
153 dozen Ladies' colored bordered Handker
chiefs GO cents per doz
84 doz Ladies' unbleached Balbrigan Hose, silk
clocked and full finished at 5c
Gents white linen Shirts, linen bosoms and
230 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan Under
shirts, either long or short sleeves, all
sizes ,45c each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts 5c
Gents' full fiuishel silk clocked Hose
!. 5 per doz
A Very Large Stock of School Hats at 25c. Each.
Gents' linen Collars (standing) lOc each
A full line of all wool Overshirts and all wool
Undershirts from $1 up
Gents' fine Pajama Suits from SS3 up
17G doz Children's colored Hose lOc pr pair
Fine Turkish Bath Towels 3 for 50c
Linen hand made Tidies 15c each
Black silk stripe Grenadine JJOc per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from 75c up
Misses' and children's Hose, full finish and silk
clocked in pink and blue, from size 4 to s,
at S.lc per pair
CT"We have made a REDUCTION in all our Departments.
REMEMBER THIS IS OUR LAST WEEK
Grreat Inventory Sale
Clias. J". ITisliel,
THE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE.
Corner of. Fort and Hotel Streets. Cl-tf
We have again on hand a few of our exception
In sizes from 18 to 24 feet.
As these boats apeak for themselves, we invite
inspection. Price as low as any.
We have also several 70-lb. Clinker, Copper
fastened Recreation Boats, with oars and row
locks comnlete. capable of holding three per
sons; just the thing for an impromptu regatta,
spin round the harbor, lake or river. Price from
$50 to ?60.
Also, a light Baggage express wun two snon
nortable cushioned seats; handy for business or
a family out of town; and one strong hand cart.
Cheup for cash at
Printer's Lane, Punchbowl st.
Mutual Telephone 325. P. O. Pox 469.
Sugar Plant For Sale.
The Entire Plant of the
STAR MILL CO.
Kohala, is offered for sale. The machinery is
in perfect working order, and consists ot
One 26x48 Mill with Engine, Trash-carrier,
One pair of boilers, 6x20.
One Double Effeet. C and 7 ft. Pans.
One Vacuum Pan 6 with Blake Pump.
Three Weston Centrifugals and Engine.
Toeether with the usual assortment of Clarifiei
Cleaning Pans, Coolers and other Machinei
usually found In a well appointea mih.
Also, a number of
California and Island Males,
Cane Carts and General Plantation Implements.
Delivery will be given after next crop has
been harvested, say about July 1. 1889.
For further particulars apply to
Manager Star Iff ill.
DAVIS & WILDER,
52 FORT STREET.
(Jrocers A Provision Dealers.
AFRESH GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER!
Joseph Tinker, Family Butelier
BEGS TO NOTIFY HIS FRIENDS AND THE
public that he has improved facilities for
deliveeing the Choicest Meats, etc., and he hereby
solicits those families he has not served before
to give him a trial.
Promptness, dispatch and cleanliness is
his motto, serving the best Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Pork, etc, the market affords. Ilis Corned
Fresh daily, and cannot begot at any shop in
town but the City Market.
tSHX. B I am prepared to deliver meat with
in a radius of three miles of the city.
Telephone 289, both Companies.
CITY MARKET, Nuuanu St.
Opportunity for an Investment !
MR. GEORGE W- C. .TONES
offers For Sale the well-known
Kahukn Rancli Property,
situated in the District of KAU, HAWAII.
The Ahupuaa of Kahukn, being Royal Patent
No. 2791, issued to Chas. C. Harri9 containing
an area of 184. 628 Acres, by actual survey,
boundaries having been settled, forms the major
part of this ranch.
The land has over six miles of sea coast with
good fishery and boat landing, and extends
from the sea to the crater ef ' Mokuaweoweo,
summit of Manna Loa.
The upland country is suitable for the raising
of sheep, goats or cattle, there being open tracts
ot two to three miles in width by miles in
The Ranch Buildings are Rituated on the Gov
ernment road froui Kau to Kona and are about
seven miles from the Kaalualu 'landing, to
which there is a good cart road.
The Stock now on the Ranch consists of a
herd of remarkably gentle
most of it being from milking stock, numbering
2000 head, more or less, of the following
breeds: DURHAM, from "Cherry Prince," im
ported by Theo. H. Davies; "Martin Bolton."
imported by Thos. Cummins; "Ohelo," im
ported by Hon. L. McCully, and "Romeo." im
ported by Bowley Bros. AYRSHIRE, from Duke
of York. POLL ANGUS, from the importations
of Chas. G. Hopkins, and Hon. Jas. I. Dowsett.
HOLSTE1N. from importations of Hon. L. Mc
among which are 30 well broken saddle horses,
20 brood mares and 40 colts from the follow
ing well-known Stallions: "El Capitan," im
ported by W. H. Bailey, Esq., "Kossuth," and
All the buildings and implements for a com
plete ranch will be found on the estate.
g& XOT luriner particulars appiy io
Cottage to Let.
THE FINE COTTAGE ON THE
corner of Pilkoi and Beretania
HtrAetR. For further particulars
,pply at R. MORE & CO.'a, 73 King street.
Honolulu, August 7, 1888.
J. O. CARTER.
Boat For Sale.
THE DUNNOTAR CASTLE
Boat (six..tons) has been re
fitted, decked, housed, cop
pered, and copper fastened.
by E. R. RYAN, and is now for sale at his shop.
mi nur mm tmi?n nunn
Cornea all tlie way on ICE from
Awarded Wherever Exhibited.
For Sale on Draught, at
Iron and Locomotive Works,
Corner of Beal and Howard Streets,
San Francisco California
W. H. TAYLOR President
R. S. MOORE Superintendent
Builders of Steam Machinery
In all its branches.
Steamboat, Steamship. Land Engines & Boilers,
High Pressure or Compound.
STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete,
with hulls ot wood, iron or composite.
ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad
visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tugs con
structed with reference to the trade in which
they are to herein loyed. Speed, tonnage and
draft of water guaranteed.
SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Making Machinery
made afte.' the most approved plans. Also, all
Boiler Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any
size, made in suitable lengths for connecting
together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed
for shipment, ready to be riveted on the
HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water
- Pipes made by this establishment, riveted by
hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of
work being far superior to hand work.
SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam
Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made
after the most approved plans.
SOLE Agents and manufacturers for the Pacific
Coast of the Home Safety Boiler.
PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for irrigation or
city works' purposes, built with the celebrated
Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other
J. N. S. Williams Honolulu.
"Room No. 3, upstairs, Spreckc' Block.
41-3m Agent for the Hawnl Islands.
A FEW EILTER PRESSES, 30 CUAMBERED,
extra beavy frames, and with the latest Im
provements for facility in handling and clean
ing! Prices and reference on application to the
Afjent Risdon Iron & Loco.. Works.
of San Francisco.
Spreckels' Block, Honolulu. 1227 41-lm
LEWIS & CO.
Have Just Received ex S. S.
N. Z. Smoked Haddock
New Zealand Potatoes
And For Sale at Unusually Low Rates,
WM. J. LEMP'S'
In Pints and Quarts.
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Merchant St., Honolulu