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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. NOVEMBER 19, 1888.
be HON H. I. LOUAL AND GENERAL. 'oV. 1" '. ' . . , 'ill. I y Kauai had ocoans of rain last week. His Majesty's grand ball takes .place at the Falaee to-night. The Molokai Waterworks. Mr. W. E. Howell, Superintendent of' Public Works, returned on Saturday from his oilieial visit to the Molokai waterworks, damaged, in the recent storm. At Waikolu Gulch he found that syaverusemenis. P ...1. fr-' , w-iianac The Mariposa took henco a mail of "00 feet of pipe had been carried awav, in llaiiuiVcua, Ha- N I W, 11MU1 Nov. 18. M:iui and 4,112 letters and 1,123 papers. Saturday was a loely day, giving hones of the same day being tine this week. P" . . .... from Kauai. 'ov. 17 M.uu. i'u"' for Koo lau. f" fur Maui p;iU' 'i ,i in. and -..! il I ' L W " 1 .IoU, for llama- w I 1 ? for JMoioKiu, Mr. Levey sells Mr. W. It. Seal's horses, carriages, etc., on Wednesday at noon. A beginning has been made in clearing the weeds off the baseball diamond at Makiki. There were many visitors to the Brit ish flagship Swiftsure in the roadstead yesterday. Mr. Morgan holds two land sales at noon to-day, particulars appearing in advertisements. and the line of pipe broken in four places. The bridge for carrying the nine across th stream was also swept away. An unusually large freshet had evidently occurred, as the site of the new reservoir is now the bed of the stream, and the bed of the stream is changed in several places. Mr. llowell laid out the work of repairs, which will take several weeks to complete. In the meantime, the people will have a tolerable supply of water, a line of pipe having been laid from Ka lawao to an old reservoir in the valley in rear of that place, and a line started from Kalaupapa to a source of supply in another valley. Yir. for llamakua, via : v!"uiir.NcilMM,for Koolau, iiinkua. :,.v hX t'ir 11 ;l iv....tiril '' V Where troiu. Torts. Due. .t.('lii!i.- r-ttn I-";rKl i.;,r,-k.i pt 1 :','v,-i KraiH-ieo.Sept R Sin l-'raiu-iM'O.bopt . .Oct . Oct Nin FranciM-o.Nov IU Francisro.Nov S.immI ept uvtry ; : A ..Doe llonirkong Oct " 'New' York . . . . lee , Fraiu-ico.Nov Krancio.NoV i Irwin .Nov .i:i n rr;inrb.'o. Pii 'et Sound . . Ot'C JU l,rtl;ind.O...ov 20 M 20 10 (i 15 10 2f 30 10 30 31 31 31 25 27 20 20 10 IS 10 5 25 18 Official notice is given to-day of the opening oi tne new jrovemment scuooi at Kauluwela, in this city. Box plan now open at Mr. L. J. Levey's for the grand benefit exhibition Tuesday night by the Silbons. An exchange says the Spanish Gov ernment will impose a heavy poll tax on Chinese going to the Philippine Islands. "Drunk" was the only charge put on the Station book Saturday and Sunday, but it was down more than a dozen times. A large two-story Chinese store is go ing up on the corner of King street and Moanauli lane, beyond the Chinese theatre. II. B. M. flagship Swiftsure sails for Acapulco to-morrow. She will be ac companied for a ten days' cruise by the Cormorant. Piano Recital. Madame Jaffa and daughter announce their opening piano recital in this city on Tuesday evening. They have dis tinguished recommendations as musical artists from the United States. Madame Jaffa was here many years ago, delight ing music-lovers then with net piano playing. Mrs. J. II. Paty has kindly consented to assist in this recilal with her line voice. Hon. H. M. Whitney has shown our reporter a cordial letter introducing these ladies, from Col. War CHOICE MILLINERY GOODS NEW RIBBONS, NEW TRIMMINGS; AT TH.E Absolutely Pure o. IA3 For quick raising, the Royal Baking Powder is superior to all other leavening agents. It is ab sohitely pure and wholesome and of the highest leavening power. It is always uniform in strength and quality and never fails to make light, sweet, most palatable and nutritive food. Bread, biscuits, muftins. cake, etc., raised with reil. the Veteran editor of the California Royal Baking Powder may be eaten hot without ' t i 1 iviioo Tnir., n-ro distressing results to the most delicate digestive banner. Madame and Miss J ana are $ m k , climate without on their way to Australia on a proies sional visit. Tickets for the recital are Popular Millinery House, 104 Fort Street, 1ST. S. SACHS, - IProp. A Fine Assortment of ORIENTAL LACE FLOUNCINGS, in white, cream and ecru ; . . BLACK CHANTILLY & SPANISH LACE FLOUNCES, edgings to match; WrIIITE and COLORED EMBROIDERY FLOUNCES, With materials and edgings to match ; NEW SHAWLS and SCARF SHAWLS, cream light blue and pink; Hosiery, Corsets & Underwear All Sizes and Qualities; Ladies' Jersey Vests, Silk and Merino, at Special Low Prices ! LACES AND EMBROIDERIES NEW jSOJLllIjSrERY, latest Style Hats and Bonnets, to be had at the bookstores. Daily i:m-it :;-r. ''HI,) ;,uh'.ie U H'.'l'l of I'nuluce. lia rice. Mis. pkgs. 325 . 200 .... iwsi-;n; r.iis. u:i:ivi. K,;,li.,..r-tnir M ikahala Nov IS t iwv,.,.M Mini A L Pachaole; filA'kin-n. K branch, Senhor A iv.iurr..'. J M.irkham, and 41 deck Kihtilui :in.l way ports, ct stmr V.vlT-rCoe. I M lloonoy. Miss ' .n nit'nrta, M Cabral, liro Ber 'ji'Wafl. W H llowt-ll, Dr Swift, C :!,.i r 1 ntlk-er and 4(3 deck 'hV.iiJ'.varl ji.rts,per stmr Kinau, i-H ManMv the Kin, Prince 1 V - il. .ii Sam Parker, Major j C,iJ KNs, II Kuilielatu, 1' H '.AKCltrkc, D 11 Hitchcock, jr. L Mi K J Hutu's, T U Ualh iS'KlinM.n, T H Ivcyworth, J ,-Nk Cuthhert. C 11 Judd, jr, C ii;,rviiv.. MrUuni. Mr Kinio. L-yliii. Mrs V V llatins, Miss :u,,hr.'v, Mis Hum; Jlakee, i, u Tw, A ' nrton. n iCS'Ilil l.vin, V D Baldwin, jr, Mr nd Ul tl.'ck pa-scngers. IiKl'AKTl'UKS. Y-hmia. j-t r S S Takasapro Maru, jV1...vi jr. Win Iv Prendergast, 'Ke.iuumaln and 2 children and A fine lithograph of President Cleve land bidding farewell to Uie Clncago baseball team on their departure or Australia is displayed in the Hotel cor ridor. II. B. M. S. Hyacinth left here to annex Cook's Island to the British Em pire, according to a remark dropped by a gentleman at a prayer meeting the other evening. Material is being taken in from the stone crusher at Moiliili and dumped on Beretania street, signifying that the rough places are to be made smooth with macadam on that thoroughfare. Police Court. Saturday, Nov. 17. Six fines and forfeitures for drunken ness are entered. Yee Hop, selling pork without license, $13. Manuel Soras, assault on his wife, fined $5 and costs and ordered to give a bond in $50 to keep the peace toward his wife for one year, in default of which to be imprisoned one year. Ah Gim, furious riding, forfeits bail .$25. A native tried for heedless and furious riding is not proved to be the man that committed the oifense and is discharged. ep in any deterioration. Prof. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist, after examining officially the principal baking powders of the coumtry, reported: "The Uoval Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. Because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the propeT proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is un doubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to tbe public. 'Dr. UEN11Y A. MOTT, Ph. D., 5 12'21-ly U. S. Government Chemist. NOTICE. -N AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1888, CUU GEM V7 is alone authorized to sign the firm name, TRIMMED and TJNTRIMMED. 60-2W 140-lm QUONG SAM KEF. & CO. DRESSMAKING. Hawaiian Hotel Arrivals. November 17, 18 S. B. Swift, M.D., Kalawao, Molokai ; F. II. Arnold, Greiz, Germany (from Hawaii); J. Tucker, Hilo; A. Rutter Clarke, Melbourne; b. Halstead, Waialua. MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL HAS COMMENCED the business of Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting, at her residence. No. 73 Beretania street, opposite the Hotel. The patronage of the ladies is resnectfullv solicited. Satisfaction guaran teed. 88-tf 1243-ly II. B. M. S. 'Royalist, from the Cape and West African squadron, arrived at AHol.iiiln Oirtoher 28th to join the Aus- k A. V V m was orderea to Boat For Sale. BY- AT TilE- Y. jVI. C. -A.. Hall, Tuesday Evening, Nov 20 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. Tickets cl For sale it the Bookstores. 151-td !HIITIN; NOTKS. r Lanier hvuhm sails at 0 o'clock K'iiiii'i'ur llamakuu via Lahama. Reamer M-.kolii brought on Satur ,!viLMr, llo ..heep, an 130 bar- nMibuk Woollahra that was -ently . saik-,! from Sydney October London. 'Gainer Mikalmla arrived on Sun ac,niRR tram Kauai with 1,010 bags -.wuuu-s, ami 'J cows. : American ship Alexander McNeil, 55. Friis, was discharging at .Ji-fc'n. ootuhor 7th. Jeutino S. (i. Wikler has already J3 ajout lu.itoi.i bags sugar. She is ': h'ave for aii Francisco on My-viveriibt-r 27th. nese teumship Takasago Maru, .;J.r Urown, -ailed on .Saturday, :-r i tti ui i:i; it. ni. with 40 Jau- i wiuer Kinau arrived on Sunday ; ;t;n Maui anil Hawaii with 2,000 (,r-es. 1 nude, 40 bags corn, at'Jt's, ;ma i it) packages sun- 'rar;.er U-hua arrived on Sunday friiril H i, .1.1 o Hun-nil i'vu.01 ht'r hiinher still on board. ; ,?ry r"ut'h weather along the T1.. ofanmor T.ilrlikft lPAVftS at 5 D. HI. to-day for Hilo, via Kahului, and other tralian squadron, and Maui ports, and also touching at Lau- Samoa. . pahoehoe. Keturning via me buhiu ports. Due here Saturday morning. A fire started in the steamer Ewa's c-iro of bananas at 10 o'clock Saturday nidit. The alarm from the Bfcll Tower hail only sounded a few strokes wlien the telephone announced the lire out. The Waialua races run over Friday into Saturday. ' Our report is crowded out by matter prepared ahead of it.- Hie Wailuku races came off all right, but our promised repojt is delayed for this issue. The Tlanters Monthly for November contains a splendid exhibit of the plant ing business in this country, in the re ports produced at the meeting of the Ranters' Company. See the table ot contents elsewhere. a TLrwaiiiin woman and her two chil dren are on the outward passenger list ot the Takasago Maru. iney are gouiR see their husband and father, the native preacher who went to Japan for medical treatment by Dr. Goto. Miss Alice Payne will bo married to Mr Thoa. McTiuhe, in St. Andrews Cathedral at 7 :30 o'clock this evening, by Rev. Geo. Wallace, assisted by Rev. II. H. Gowen. The cer ernony will be repeated afterward in the Roman Cath olic Cathedral. The Kamehameha School defeated the Royal School boys in a match of base ball on Friday. They were three to four at the end of the seventh inning, but the Royalists then wilted and became easy victims to Kamehameha's forces, by about fourteen runs. Attention was called by telephone to a beautiful moonrise last night and it i,., a nn nue charm, lne moon rose behind a bank of cloud, whose sum ? St immense and regular arch. which the moonlight silvered and gildeu with a rainbow effect. The steamers leaving here tojday -and to-morrow will take off over 700 'of Jhe oJvAfl liftre on tne xaKd. "Vbe w,"rvV'ro .nntracted to work sagowaru,uuu..- - --- - fi i .a.,nntinna. xncv ' THE BOAT SAVED FROM tbe wreck of the "Dunnotar Castle," and Bold at auction in the Kine. has been re fitted, coppered and decked over by Mr. Holland, and is for sale cheap for cash by 92.tf K. K- RYAN, Boat Builder. IMITATION GIN. It having come to our notice, that an inferior quality of Gin, purporting to be J. J. Melciiers' "Elephant" Brand, is being offered for sale in this market, we have to Caution tlie Public That we are the Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Isl ands, for the said Brand, and that every genuine bottle bears our " Sole Agency " label. W. C. PEACOCK & Co., Sole Agents for J. J. Melchers, Schiedam, W. Z. PIANO RECITAL ITor Hilo ir jTrnfi? T A TtV A AW- stmr ) rt lrt II VJ U ai: i 'mw Leaves Likelike, Honolulu Monday, Nov. 19, at 5 p m Tlie Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. T.ifo Awnraiipfl f!nmnaiiip.s nf thfi Wnrlil Arrive, at TJSSiX OlilUUS J! 1181 iHllUUg. U1G UDttUlUy, OiUIUIUlUU uuwyuuiuu , plhoeboe. Wednesday, 12 midnight; arriving at llilo. Thursday, at C a. m. Lcave nilo Thursday, at noon; Hana, Friday 2 a.m.; Kalmlui, Iriday, 5 p.m.; arriving at Honolulu Saturday, iov. av " Tn Outstanding Assurance, in JNew lousiness, m ouiFiun, Premium, income, in iue rr -. - - - in . u ther important Respects 150-2t TVILDE1VS STEAMSHIP CO. ASSCtS. DCC. 31, 1887, 884,478,904 85. Roval Hawaiian Opera House. STMR. LEHUA A GREAT EVENT! Jill Outstanding Assurance New Business of 1867 Surplus (4 per cent. Standard)... . Increase in Surplus during the ear. Increase in Assets during the Year... Total Income Percentage of Assets to Liabilities. i - 8483,029,5(53 . 138,023,105 18,104,255 1,748,379 8,868,432 23,240,849 . 19,115,775 127 1-2 By the special request of a number of prominent residents, the manager of the SILBON COMPANY Has decided to give ONE MOKE PERFORMANCE For the Joint Benefit ofine ureaia.- Messrs. MOULTON & DASH WAY, and THE DALE BROTHERS Nov. Tuesday Evening. 20 In a Special Programme for this occasion only. .....u Unchwav will introduce Messrs. Jiounuu f several new feats on U "otkq . . -II 1. n rt r U 111! I, I MM III Illll 1U t., m. a somersauu iroiu - LEAVES' HONOLULU Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 4 p. m. Stopping at Lahaina, Maalaea, Makena, Mohu kona; arrives at Kawaihae on Wednesday, 21st, at 8 p. m. Leaving Kawaihae on Ftiday, November 23d. at 4 a. m.. stops at Mahukoua, Makena. Maalaea and Lahaina. arriving ax, " Nov. 21,-at noou. 1502t WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. MURRAY & LAMM'S FLORIDA WATER The Universal rerfumc Toilet, the Rath and the HandKerciuc.. A riroliil Studyof the above Proves Conclnsivcly that the Equitable Society A Carelul Muay oi ine a proltale and SeC(ire Life Assurance Company for intending Assurers. ALEX. 0. OAETWEIGHT, GENERAL AGENT HAWAilAJN i&l,akio. 00-tf ISTOTICE. For the A Incipient l'.mic. :';Ar'4 that the (ire alarm Satur- Gorily heard in the Opera no who tire' i'"' jf 0 f :; known pretty cxten- t: '"it!ie location. Tlicn a na- ! ,1 ?.", !!, i rrmen aomen, and will UCftlU'J no doubt give ployers, satisfaction to their ern- sat near the win- was whispered along the The Silbons had the Opera House packed'from bottom to wp ior n HMtnrdav night. Air. Jn , iunuiiiv-v.. r that, a tance of 20 feet. . T,.rr TJT?nTTTFR will al-o introctuce ine jjrvui- several new features. The SILBONS will introduce for this night only their Beautiful Koraan Studio Act or Living: Models of Marvel Gems. No one should miss seeing this great act. New rantomiines by JOHN PII0IT and Coin- Remember this is the last evening per formance of this Company previous to their leaving the Kingdom. benefit of Messrs. :' vi, tin i The management have decided to give want of judgment, ind Dasbway. uiery and stiouteu m rMrht tor Ilie I . - "1 Would be given on ZrA and rLT A XTTI AT A I liN Jiill . jsaie VJlin.li J- .4.1-.-.- tienee were on their a lUOmrmf i lnnrn rvrrv and l-'i T .iWltU u Panic-stricken barkentines b. N. Castle. ; a':Lt ,l'll stJpped and the coin- u week, and may brtoKter a few cool luvnlsi in t.lip t:'r-Uw! 1 1 l'reof success en vIvru'i !U-Vi 0 excitement. Verv '1 i WlLS nrt, as similai . j... f Con Tho following vessels are aue JL V m re t Francisco iui " r. hroUirht "Xt illst:int thn ;i5s1ps rifiWS than Wliai Ui UDn:"" anr Wednesday Afternoon, Nov. 2lst-K At 22 o'clock; doors open a.t Prices, adults 50c; children half price. si? In view of the attempts made recently by some unscrupulous dealers, to foist upon the public a worthless imitation, bearing tne ceneral outward appearance ot The genuine, we call attention to the distinguishing marks ot the genuine Murray & Lanmam FLORIDA WATER. Each bottla of the genuine article bears on its neck the 1 rade Mark, which appears alongside this notice ; and on each leaf ot the pamphlet, which is wrapped around it. appears m faint water mark letters the words LANMAN & KEMP, NEW YORK. If either le lacking reject the article as spurious. THI9 IS TO CERTIFY TIIAT THE LARGE and commodious Dining Rooms of the COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT Will be shortly extensively altered, whereby greater convenience and comfort will be af forded to patrons, while tbe tables will be sup plied with every luxury obtainable at the market, with the very best of Teas and Coffee. 2T Terms, 85 per week. 138.2w JUN HEE, Proprietor. House To Hj&tl TO LET. VT SO 7 CHAPLAIN STREET, ONE LARGE furnished front room; also, a small suite of rooms suitable for a small family. 13'2-lm JAM ES CARTY 9391 1 "H 1 DOWNING & SCHMIDT Wholesale Agents San Francisco, Cal. Discovery and and are up 7th. 8th and ,:rQ at . 1 lff rn the Posea 10 iv- ; , Tf 8Q they are There was a very heavy 1 on Thursday, Nowmberh. rt r, .: s I . r. ' .w livhtnins anu h" - such emergencies, carthqiake. u"nS nl nletely flooded, thought of. When- taro patches were completely no . 'stan,'.' re KlVo ofhMi become, dis- :''thr.,J .si HI which woinpn and h. ,-J1,;'u 1y, have been trampled !'Prov;,i.i lr wcasion the safety 3jt e 1(11 't Atu . MIC 1;lrC UU'lu'iiro in thft ''.fuan "should bo stationed " exits to throw them aarm. taro patcnes t - be nearly and the loss "r"t8 were flooded, about Tl le Racine Mails. The !n0dfLWaH, Mejiraphed from ?H.t, " Ml 1,M to grant a subsidy HforinnSl WaS steamer ?-"tr vilnv hours late m -""7,- Box office for Tuesday night's performance is now open. . ,T T. J LEVhY. miainexH .t,tt...- Cigars ! Cigarettes ! TOBACCO. Choice Lots Juat Ilecelved by CHK. GERTZ, Fort Street, U8.tf Bet. King and Merchant. For Rent or For Sale. THE HOUSE AND PREMISES LATELY occupied by W. S. Luce, Esq.. situate on Union street and Adams Lane. The a contains narlor. three bedrooms, wo dressingrooms, hallway, dlnln groom, pantry fT-i ta .hn a Pnttlf'O 111 the and k nc ii c u - iucio a o.r o- crounds with three rooms; stable, carriage house and servants' room. The place is In per fect order Possession given at once. ADPlv to J. M MONSARRAT. 137-tf No- 27 Merchant stree S. FOSTER & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AKD Purchasing Agents. Oan be found next door to the P. C. Office, Merchant Street. A. eighteen uours - caus Irom AucKianv v ' . . if was ing a good aeai ffte. during caused by beavy sea ana g geyen .why Australian which uie - "7' the Mariposa Sole Agents for Simpson's Top-o-Can Brand Diamond Creamery BUTTER. iIr- HiiL l.000 for a monthly hours. A F?" afabored very con BW a,. IWmastPr.r,r J rolled, strained and laborea v J , n hi PLEASANT COTTAGK . iorfcct Order. A few mlnutrs' walk tbe Post uiao APPly to iTr, v.n THIS CELEBRATED BUTTETl IS of the finest quality, made upon the Danish and American systems combined. Packed in hermetically sealed tins, and warranted to keep in hot climates. 26 and 28 California St, SAN FRANCISCO, : : CAL. 168 120C-ly Hacks Nos. 18, 37, 66, 75, 180 AND WAGONETTE 110. 2T Bell Telephone 204, Mutual 590. att tf Tlio Hisdon 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 compIeU, with bulls 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 be employed. Speed,' tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Making Machinery made after 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 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 hand work. SHIP "WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches. Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most approved pla ns. SOLE Agents and manufacturers for tbe Pacific Coast of the Home Safety Boiler. POMPS Direct Acting Pumps for irrigation or city works purposes, built with the celebrated t-Vt Valrc Vcflon, superior to any other j pump. j .7. N. S. William.....' Honolulu. j lioom No. 3, upstairs, Spreckela Block. 1 Agent for the Hawn.Ialandi, 119 1240-ly 168tf exceiic"'' c