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DAILY PACIFIC COMiJEBOTA r. AWmTrTff NOVEMBER 12.
LUUAL AND GENERAL. HILO NEWS LETTER. 'v.Kov.lO. from Kulmlwi. . wWSr.from Muloka. ;: , VM Macaulav. om f.., Wiiianae. .,-e from M;iul aud vm from Kauai. ,SSWromKilauea ' ...Tl Kl s I't'- Vnv. 10. VTCKPA i . . .,(,on,for New York f'l,t MinieforMalilcnIsd3, " . ..inr To-day. SMirr.for Mulokai, 5 rn.Ierwoo.l, fur Waialua 'nins for Koolau' ri:e!lUrncs'ver, for Hong Icaonhire, Williams, for for Koolau. ':0r llanalei. .V 1 1 ... (In rt' -111 ')' va riH. Ml8. Dtg3. !i'ar. w t;r NX) 41 n i 1732 1 200 150 90 450 ,,er-teainer Mikahala, rov iJ-t"j Mairoon, Miss Methane, flljlz C Go 1 merman, 4 Chinese ..t.ienirtrH. 1 rer tmr Waialeale. Nov 11 'wile, child, and 2 deck pas- iha'.ui an-1 way I'orts, per stmr. V,v 10-T K Lucas, T Baker, 1 child. Mrs Mehr- B'u'kle, Mrs Kaneaukai. Mrs 'Vn I'hi'nu'. liov J Bicknell, II jMerM Iienedicta, Assee, flW'M'l UlUtl, JU.U" UiUUU.1, .Ul j,,; W 1 Alexander, i lepers, 1 ci'sodeok passengers. fftfaii and Maui, er steamer U 11 Hon W II Daniels, J i Vpenor. C Kaiser. Win Neil, Paul rs euniaiiii, v v -'suioru, ;i,!e, Chun Limj:, Kiinuka, A U vi.'irivdi I)r M Kawada. Dr M :KA r.itleiilior, N llubbert, S 7r lr Kinerson, A Haneberg, Rev .'-.r?, Wing Wo Than, Wm Dunn, lighter, Mr C K. fctilhnan and h Hetn. M iSeya, and 73 deck SMITING NOTES. c-i r.bark Forest Queen sailed i) -fiii-San Francisco. ir.er Lilioliho and Kanlokai are 'dr. Railway being cleaned, mliiroa bark Delphine Melanie ifiti.V.ay for Maiden Island. :.:ier,:i:ie (!. Wilder has been .r;tKn:aa wliarf to receive sugar. i : D.itnf I Karnes has been moved :::v outside, he will likely -ayinr Hongkong. rr.er Likelike brought on Satur iMr.u i'te bags sugar, 27 bags -ie.aiiil varioussundry packages. :mier Mokolii brought on Satur '3 M-'iukai and Lanai 400 bags 15 htaJ cattle. calves, and 120 Ji-w Mikahala. brought 1,217 bags b,i rice, 14 hides, 200 sheep, and piirom Kauai and Niihau on Allien lVsse is still unloading Vjlui, Maui. v;he will load sugar Francisco from the JSpeckelsville 'iEtatldn. Israer Kinau brought on Sunday LlT4'i AC 1 iii .11 mil 1,, oags suar, , American schooner Anna sailed Tiui ,iaui, on ioveniDer in, 'i C:iri,i r.f . .. 4" . t K ' juthe Spreckelsville Sugar Tlan- - 6. Brooklyn, Captain Wilson, ; 'Utof the harbor on Saturday jMthe tUR Kieuon her way for iOV w;iv i.f 1'... II 1 1 ) .i5 'itnessed by a large number p';La brig;lntine J.D. Snreckels, w,msi'n' arrived at Kahului, V raerchandie. She is expected ra ahout November 10th with s MAURI KI. feCKA.UD--n November S -iiiiif H Keinrter of Kohala,to 1 U . - uuucilLri ill w . 11. was was e rtare of the Brooklyn. Brooklyn, Capt. Wilson, :i"anS repair3 this port, .ft- v v" 'wik. one the tg leu and - iro , ner own s.iil nra ro fJ.r?s.a her home. o o w " u hi 1 - e i? l!oard i Majesty -a .l,lai,erlain, Prince t; V fs, Parker and .H'1 Airs. F. P. I las t- 11:. . u'MIllmr m.. 1 -. fiapki v"a r. ana ilrs. ;.Rov i.Pral. ?icers of the fnr"4 "awaiian Band was ViPut k:?. returingthe Eleu j r.iere a d-ir, F y on board the k It ,v a?1 held until -1 "5 sr . . "uiu rnnr ivn .Jerkin at. ... ciu- "Rett's, re- liVasdiamLJ orse hnltinc -2 audthrowiDl The U. S. S. Brooklyn has left four de serters behind. The Kins will go on board the Swift sure at 1 o'clock to-day. A rare chance for boots and shoes is ottered in Mr. P. Mclnerny's closing out saie. A balloon signal was floating high above the British flagship Swiftsure last night. Annual meeting of Waihee Sugar Co. this day at 10 a. m. at the office of C. Brewer & Co. Letters from Mr. C. C. Kennedv, Wai akea, and Mr. W. Y. Horner, Lahaina, will appear as soon as space permits. The Reciprocity plantation begins tak ing olf the new crop on the 20th inst., and the liana plantation on thelstprox. Mr. Geo. W. C. Jones has given Mr. Chas. Meinicke full power of attorney to act for him in business while absent from the Kingdom. liana, Maui, experienced the earth quake shock felt here on Thursday, as well aB Hilo, Hawaii, as reported in our news letter from there. Since the death of Mr. Henry J. Hart, there has been an opening for the right kind of a man, to take out a license fir shipping foreign merchant seamen. The ship Daniel Barnes, hence for Hongkong, is anchored outside the har bor, awaiting the apprehension of an indispensable seaman who deserted. Two $G and a $10 penalties were im posed for drunkenness, and a hackman reprimanded for leaving his carriage off the appointed stand, in the Police Court on Saturday. The grand fair in aid of .Hawaiian benevolent societies, to be held in the Honolulu Rifles Armory, is postponed from Saturday, January 5th, to Wednes day, January 23d, 1889. The brigantine Consuelo arrived off Diamond Head at 9 o'clock last night, supposed to be only nine days from San Francisco. She was to have left on the 2d inst., four days before the steamer Australia due to-morrow. Hon. A. Jaeger will receive applica tions from and after 10 o'clock to day and to-morrow, for orders on the Gov ernment Nursery for valuable plants. There is a quantity of cinchona seed to be distributed free to the right persons, which would cost private importers from $30 to $100 per lot. Rev. Geo. Wallace vesterdav mornins in St. Andrew's Cathedral preached an impressive sermon from the text, "Our conversation (citizenship) is in heaven.' - m 1 He emphasized the importance ot a nigh standard of Christian morality. A very full choir of nine ladies and six gentle men led the musical service. A gentleman lately returned from the Coast met Hon. Godfrey Rhodes, ex President of the Hawaiian Legislature, in San Francisco. He was in the enjoy ment of very good health, and inquired with much interest after, sending hearty aloha to, many old fiiends. The same gentleman makes a similar report con cerning Judge Hart. Twelve arrests were made on Saturday and Sunday, half the number being for drunkenness. A Portuguese man and a native woman were severally entered for selling liquor without license. Two hackmen were arrested for furious driv ing, and the remaining charges are "selling goods without license" and "disturbing quiet of the night." Wrord was received by the Minister of the Interior on Saturday that part of the water pipes across the Waikolu stream had been carried away in a freshet, de priving the leper settlements of their Mipply of water. Mr. W. E. Rowel 1, Superintendent of Public Works, will go to Molokal with a mason and pipe layer this evening to repair the damage. ANOTHER AIITESIAN WELL. An Abundant Flow of Water Subter ranean Streams Discovered. Messrs. McCandless Bros, have just completed the boring of a new artesian well for Judge McCully of Pawaa, in the eastern part of this city, being the third well on his farm. The boring apparatus went to a depth of 370 feet, and the well has been fitted with a 78 inch pipe. The water spouts out in a fine stream, twenty-two inches above the pipe, the surface of the land being twenty-four feet above the sea. The quantity of water in the flow has not been measured, but it is thought to be the largest stream in the neighborhood. The most singular thing about this well is that it is located only a few feet from another artesian well, and yet has a larger stream than the old one, though it does not appear to attect it in the least. This would seem to furnish ample proof that there is no con nection between the artesian reservoirs on this island. In the immediate vicin ity of this new well there are no lessinan six others, and this throws the largest stream of them all. , In. this connection we may add, that Mr. M. Hyman, in sinking a well near his dwelling, at a depth of about fourteen feet below the surface, and directly under a ledge of coral rock, came to i flowing stream of water, flowing towards the sea. A similar stream was found more than forty years ago, in an old well on the Charitv School premises, now occupied by Rev. Dr. Beckwith. These subter ranean streams near the surface can however, have no connection with the artesian reservoirs which are located at a depth of 350 to GOO feet below the surface. .. Moonlight Concert. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a concert this evening at Emma Square, commencing at 7 :30. Following is the programme : I. March-Vienna...... -Shll 1. Overture-Jolly Robbers wiSKS 3. Caorus Tannhauser . ... . . . vn5 4. Medley Night in New York. . . ..Brooks Mikiof, Malama, Nowelo. 5. Medley Ye Olden Times. . . . . .... Beyer Q. Fantasia Mill in the Forest. -Edenberg 7. Ecbo-Dreams w YiSS&S a Waltz Hispania Waldteufel Hawaii Ponoi. Seismic Tremors-Volcano Koad Surrey -Chinese Accounts - Personal and Social. Quite a severe shock of earthquake was felt at Hilo on the 8th inst., also at Laupahoehoe and Ookala. Mr. J. M. Lidgate arrived at Hilo on the 8th inst. with his instruments, pre paratory to the survey of the volcano road for carriages. The good new law compelling the Chinese to keep their books in some language that can be understood is be ginning to tell on some of the stores of Hilo. Mr. J W. Colville, the late manager of 1 apaikou Plantation, whose services were so highly appreciated, has received a liberal ofler to assume the manage ment of Pepeekeo Plantation. Father Charles Pouzat, of the Catholic church, Hilo, invited some of his manv mends to meet him at his residence near the church at a feast to celebrate his birthday on the Gtli inst. The band of the Catholic mission, under the lead of Brother Ignacio, weie present and rendered some good selections in an artistic manner for such young men and for the amount of practice they have had. They received much applause. At the end of the instrumental part the young men sang many native songs, which gave special delight to the listeners. At the close the musicians were invited to a choice collation. The gentleman guests were also invited to join Father Pouzat in his private parlor in a collation. Be fore leaving the boys were addressed by Fi.ther Pouzaf, expressing his thanks for their singing and playing and hoping they would all grow up to be sterling men. The pleasure of the evening closed by singing the Hawaiian national air. J. A. M. Hilo, Nov. 9. A Leaking Bark. The bark Kalakaua's crew was dis charged on Saturday. Being thus with out force to man the pumps, that had been going throughout the voyage to Tahiti and back, the vessel began to settle dowm yesterday afternoon. On application to Chief Engineer Wilson of the Fire Department, the engine of Com pany No. 1 was sent to the Oceanic wharf, where the vessel lies, to pump her out. Something going wrong with this machine, that of Company No. 5 was sent to take its place. When pumping began shortly after 5 o'clock, there was seven feet of water in the hold. No. 5 engine settled down to work at 6 o'clock, and by 11 :30 the depth was reduced to about eighteen inches. At that point, however, the water seemed to be hold ing, and the firemen had a prospect of working all night. Fire Marshal White and Foreman More of No. 1 were con ducting the operation, and Engineer Hughes of No. 1 running the engine. The Kalakaua's pumps were out of order and being repaired. Subscribers to the Daily Advertiser or Weekly Gazette, who do not receive their papers promptly by the carriers, are re quested to give immediate notice by tele phone or otherwise to the Gazette office, telephone number 83. NOTICE. Di RING MY ABSENCE FROM THE KING dora, Mr Chas. Mf Inicke of Waioblnu, Kau, Hawaii, will act for me under a full power of attorney 1 i all matters relating to prope ty in Waiohiuu or th vicinity. G. W. C. JONES. Kahuku Ranch, Kau. Nov 7, 1888. l45-2t 124i-3t NOTICE. o N AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 188S, CHU GEM is alone authorized to sign the firm name, 140-lm QUONG SAM KEE & CO. Notice to Creditors. rHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN DULY appointed and qualified as Administrators with the Will annexed of the estate of Samuel Gardner Wilder, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby notify all persons having claims against said deceased to present the same, duly authen ticated, with the proper vouchers if any exist, even if secured by mortgage, to Wm. F. Allen, Esq., at the bank of Bishop k Co., Honolulu, within six months from this date or they will be forever barred. A. F. JCDD. W. F. ALLEN, Administrators with the Will annexed of the Estateof S. G. Wilder, deceased. Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1SS8. 1210-5t 120-lm House To Let ! ' sat T 331 f 1 TIIE nOUSE AND PREMISES LATELY occupied by W. S. Luce, Esq., situate on Union street and Adams Lane. The house contains parlor, three bedrooms, wo dressingrooms, hallway, diningroom, pantry and kitchen. There is also a Cottage in the grounds with three rooms; stable, carriage house and servants' room. The place is in per fect order. Possession given at once. Applv to J. M. AIONSARRAT, !37!tf No. 27 Merchant street. A GRAND BALL ' AS i V Wflljbe Givenlby Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1 At the Rifles' Armory, On November 16, 1888 Tickets SI, to be had of the News Dealer. 144-tu ANNOUNCEMENT. 'TMIE PUBLISHER OF THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC AND ANNUAL a respectfully announces the forthcoming issue, for 18s9, as in course of publi cation, and will be obliged for all notifications of needed corrections to its Tables or register and Directory for the coming year, as early as possible. Articles in preparation for its pages should be sent in by Nov. 20th. The steady demand for this handy reference book is shown in the receipt of oraers to place supplies in San Francisco, Chicago, New York and London, hence the edition for 1889 will be the largest yet issued. f, a,t'.ons desiring to make changes in their advertisements will please notify me publisher as early as may be convenient, the prices for which will rule within tne rates similar space in the forthcoming Hawaiian Directory, unless for colored inset pages. J PnWES; F!1 ge' $20; '-2 PaSe- H2.50; H page, $7.50; H page,54. voiorea inset and inside cover pages as per agreement. Parties dpsirino rrm?Pa lrvnl rr mailail o)iv-q.1 non rrlor tbrnnrrVl flip bookstores, the Press Publishing Co., 'or of the undersigned . Prices as usual island, 50c; mailed abroad, 60c. THOS. .(j THRUM, Publisher. 140-10t 1241-24 CHOICE MILLINERY GOODS NEW RIBBONS, NEW TRIMMINGS; AT TIIE- Popular Millinery House, 104 Fort Street, 1ST. S. SAQHS, - Prop. A Fine Assortment of ORIENTAL LACE FLOUNCINGS, in white, cream and ecru; , BLACK CHANTILLY & SPANISH LACE FLOUNCES, edgings to match; WHITE and COLORED EMBROIDERY FLOUNCES, With materials and edgings to match ; NEW SHAWLS and SCARF SHAWLS, cream light blue and pink; Hosiery, Corsets & TJiaclerweai" All Sizes and Qualities; Ladies' Jersey Vests,. Silk and Merino, at Special Low Prices! LACES AND EMBROIDERIES ISTEW MILLINEEY, l"-atest Style Hats and Bonnets, TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED. , 60-2W A Good Chance to 20 into Business ! ON ACCOUNT OF FAILING HEALTH MR. G. AVE ST WILL DISPOSE ot his entire interest in the business known as G. WEST & CO., 105 Fort Street, Honolulu. Liberal Terms will be givjn to a responsible party. The firm has been doing a good paying business during the last six months, not withstanding the dull times. For the next Sixty Days we will sell Goods at just enough to cover cost. gXT' For Bargains in FURNITURE, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, Etc., Etc., see us before purchasing. Gc. "WEST & CO. 133 FOE 30 DAYS ! FOR 30 DAYS ! MAKE EOOM FOE NEW GOODS. -:o:- D URING MR. FISHEL'S ABSENCE, WHO WENT EAST TO BUY HIS HOLIDAY GOODS, our Entire Stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Fancy Clothing, Shoes, HatsJ and Caps, Millinery, Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices in order to make room for New Goods. We will offer the biggest Bargains in Dry and Fancy Goods in this country. Our $5 Hats will be sold for $2.75; our $G Hats, $3.75; our $3 Hats, $1.75; our $10 Hats, $G; ,$15 Hats, $8.75. "VSTe Have Remnants in all! Departments GOODS WILL BE SLAUGHTERED FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY! Boy's Fine Straw Hats only 25 Cents each; Our Linen Lawns Take the Cake! Price our Ribbons: Our Stock of Ribbons is Complete and you may expect Bargains. S7"We MUST and we WILL sell in order to make room for New Goods. THE LEADING MILLINEKY HOUSE OF CHA.S. J. FISHEL Cl-tf AT HARRY SAYLOR'S You can get A Change of Dinner Every Day! And also, Broiled Steaks and Chops For Breakfast and Supper. Try 'em ! 124-tf JAMES CARTY Can be found, next door to the P. C. A. Office, Merchant Street. Hacks Nos. 18, 37, 6G, 75, 180 AND WaGONETTE HO. 2' V.ll Twleplione 204, Mutual 590. TO LET. A T NO 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. ONE LARGE x furnished front room; also, a small Buite of rooms suitable for a small family. 132-lm ISrOTICE. rrHIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE LARGE jl ana commodious uining Rooms of the COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT Will be shortly extenslrely altered, whereby greater convenience and comfort will be af forded to rations, while the tables will be sup- piiea wim every luxury ootainable at the market with the Tory best of Teas and Coffee. 13-Terms, 05 per week. 138-2f iVX H EE, Proprietor. This CELEBRATED BEER Conies all the way on ICE from St. I.ouls. Highest Premium -Awarded Wherever Exhibited. - For Sale on Draught, at THE "PANTHEON." 30-tf The Eisdon Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Deal 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 bulls ot wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and.SteamTugs con structed with reference to the -trace in which they are to be em; loyed. Speed, tonnage un1 draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Making Machinery made aftei the most approved plans. Also, ail 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 vn the ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler. Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riveted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work being far superior to baud work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam CarWns, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Itampr., made after the most approved plans. . SOLE Agents and manufacturers for tha 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 pump. J. X. S. Williams .....Honolulu. Room No. 3, upstairs, SprecktLi Block. 41-3m Acrent for the Hawn. Islands. CHU ON S CO, Importers aud Dealers in ) Chinese $ Japanese Goods 42 NUUANU STREET, Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin, Crape, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and Hemstitched Silk arid Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs, Silk- "and Grape Shawls and Scarfs. " . ;.; A great variety of Chinese, and Japa nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac quered Wares. . V f Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoise Shell Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and Jewelry Cases. ' ; Gold and Silver Jewel ryeetting vi'.h Tiger Claws, Cats' Eyes arid Amber, such as Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Etc. ' An assortment of. Chinese and Japa nese Nick-Nacks and Curiosities too nu merous to specify. , ; ' Chinese Matting a specialty. Ebony and Marble Furniture in sett? Tables, Chairs and Settees. V A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and Bamboo Goods, Etc. : ' ' New Goods received by every steamar. The public are respectfully invited to inspect onr goods. " ' ' "" ll-3m Ex " J. G. PFLUGER," 400 Tons West Hartley Coal t2T FOB SALE BY ' ' EL Hackfeid & Co.