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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL 0, 1889.
r J PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I. .VKIilVAI.S. Moniy. Ajril x. !-'tnr Iv..'.:ni, Weir, frmit 1 1 :un.iktia. Am I k Nevliy, Johnson, from New castle. Jer I'k (' N Wueox, K.ili, lit l.y s from lit. in-ii. hr l-wk.t irom Khal.t. Hawaii, sjchr la alii irnin lvoliala. N'lir llahakala from lVpeckeo. Stiii r Ewa from I'.wa. DHI'AKll Kl.S. ! Mniy. April . ! Stinr l.ikt like, I'avie- . tr Maui. .'? in. Sltnr.l A Curium:!', Neil-on, lor Koo- j la, i 11 a in. i .Stmr James M.tkce, Maeatilav. for Ka- a a , .r in. Stmr Viva for Mani. Am t.L r 1 Hryaiit. I.. for S in Fran- ; ri.Mo. i S'hrKa Vmi f..r Knlio'uMe. I S- hr 'ai hu I'm- Kaii.il. i I I.t-niiit; 'I n-day. Stmr Kinaii I.oiviuiii, for Maui and Hawaii. J in. is t in r Mikahala. Freeman, for 5 i in. Kauai, at Stmr Waialeale, raiii.Ktll. r p in. Stmr Mokolii. Mc re;'r, 1 ai.d I. inai, 5 i m. for Kauai, r Molokai for How- .Nur I. ai k n tona - . I. l m rre-en land Idand. S hr Mill- Morris for Koolau. S' hr Sarah and Illiza for Koolau. St lir I.uka for Kohala. St hr l.eahi for kolial a. Am l-ktne ii-o ' IVrkins, 1'islnr San l'lam i-eo. for Yssefn in I'ort Irom re 1 1; n I'olts. V S S Alert , rei n , Hawaii. JI It M S Cormorant. NieolN. Kauai. S S I'matilla, Holnics. San l-'ranci-co. Am Mi- pkt Morning star, ( oirland, S J I. Hk (' 1 Itryant. la e, San l'raneico. Nor l'.k Victoria, llorresfii, Newcastle. Fr I k 1 1 ' 1 1 . Uftzni.-r, Hon;rkon:. Jlrit hk Koyal tar, l'.ow rs, Tahiti. Ccrlk Mazatlan, Leverkus. Newcastle. Am lktne r.io(.' L'erkin-, l'i- her, Mexico, l'.k Annie Johnson, I'.uierson, Newcastle, l'.k t'oic-d l;uen, Windinir, San I rancbcn. trmn l'"rei;n Wlit r? from. .San kranckco . . San Francisco . .San Franekeo . . San Francisco .San Francwo. .San Francisco. San Francisco . San. Francisco . .San Franebco . S in Francisco. San Franci-eo . I'oi Is. Hue. .Mar Ki .Mar L'u Mar Mar L'i l Mar. 51 M ar2'i Mar 27 .Mar.'l Mar 'J.'. .Mar :;i Marl': V-SMtls. Sc lir J ( ! North Schr ltosario .. ., Si hr Ida Schnaucr. J Ik S 'noma P.k J A Kin- I'.ktne I'ianter. Tern 1" K Sanders . Tern loi a l'nilim . Ukt Aim iia Jik S (' Ali".i 15k tne S i V.'iider . ' rv A- - I leo.i - - ( lliuv S S Zi-aKiiuiiu .San Kraiu i-co.A pril Li Ilk 1- S I tiomp-oa rs.oi I- rancisco April 1 Ilk I)r Me. (. r : . .. Newcastle. Mar : ?kt Kohert Sadden Newcastle bk Del. Melanie . . Newcastle k OlatTry ivasen. Newcastle. Itk (' F K.'nn. v Newcastle. ltk N'ewsh .v.. . Newcastle. l'.k l'akwan. Newcastle. JtktneJohii Smith Newcastle. ltk ltanca Liverpool. 11 r hk Koval Alice . Liverpool . SchrTi iiunph Victoria . . Hk ( i N WiU ox . . l'.r. men Ilk Deutsi hland Urciiun lk Jamaica (i!a-gow. Sh l'aul isenlierg. ..(da-gow.. . l 'ch i; Mar :ui Anril 1 i April H i ..April 20 . .April h .A pril 15 . . . Aug l'o ...May 21 . . .Mar 25 M a v 1 . . Jnlv"25 . . Ai'i-il 2". .. . .'Mav i Dally KertdptH oT Produce. Vui wutrar. ru's rii"'-. Mis. tk tittur 1 walani .VdU .Schr Luka 1nu Schr Leahi i ' '"'- Schr Hideakala.. 1127 JschrSarnhA: Fli;:a .... "o 50 .'!U r.vss,i:N;i'Ks. A I. hi v. i.s. From llainakua per stmr Iwalai.i, April 7 J K Kaunaniano, and 11 deck pa-sen- K'rs. From brcmeii per hark i X Wilcox April s -Mr 1'ien-mg. nia-AKit ui:s. " 1' OT .Malll. PIT swill j.om-om. .,-... . S F ChiHiugworth and wife, J K llanuna, Mr Satlrey, and 25 .itck pa-- ngers. For San Franeis, ,.. per LarkC D Hryant, pr;l S - A F Kavmoti.l and wile, Mrs A 11 Ka-emann andMnld, .1 smith ; ln-i.-. wile and 1 t-hiidicii. Mis- M blackwcl!. Miss Sullivan, and 1 otlier- snxrriNti noti.s. The schooner KainUcv is on the Marine Jlaihvay. The I'matilla receives Irom the llalea kala to-hi v. The steamship I'matilla will -ail on Fri day at noon. ti... r l- H i .roii'' it nanaua-5 101 , 1 j n . i' .1141, - T l I k 1'. 1M llllt I i i i t mm... v ......I. i.rirkrntinc lien. C. l'er- 1 I'. I1 vain vsn. i . kins -ails at noon to-day with 7U0 tons i v...,..r f..r i.-m 1-i-ancisco. i V. iward rinnney. Captain The lar Young, saned. trom Kahului. April witu ul.out'l,2i-o to,,, sugar tor San I ranci-co. , The Amerie-m hark lb.bert Su.blen r- ! rived at K ihului, Maui. April l-t, , -l uiys from N.wca-tle. X. S. W., withl.Ou, j tons coal. The steamer Dvalani arrived on Sunday from llamakua. making tlie round trip m j four .lavs, with 5..;t; lgs sugar lor .... . C. Ferkins. The Aniorican vach.t Coronet was ex pected at New York from her trip awu.n thu world, inehidmg Honolulu, about t latter part of March. The American hark New-boy. Captain Jolm-oii, was towed into port yesten a evening, about 5 .lays irom Newcastle, N. S. V., with a cargo of coal. Thc-S. S. Alameda to,.k the following shipments from thi- p"ft for San I-ranci-co, April rth: W. J. I rwm v t -. 1 hags sugar; II A. W'-icmann , 2..1. 1 do. to. A.J. Campbell, 1,1.". bnclis. bananas, sun dries: 711 hm hs. bananas, 'J, bxs. hotel leaves, and Hawaiian exhibits. Dom estic Value $5S.01 I. The American bark C. P. P.rvant. Caj. tainJulm Lee. sailed ihi Monday, Apnl Mhatfin. m. for San Fram i-co with Vassetvg'r.-. 2-.12o bags sugar weighing 3,2:j5,u;.s ,,llUnds. and al-o ' bags co ree, an" ::'M '':V,h n i.db'dlv W &x perswre: 1 1 1 ,sU 1 l . , ' , i. iu-ar- M S. Crinbaum t... 1.. do. do C. l ohe. 1,1'iodo. do. A. .1 . an.p Lelf. V,. bm hs. banana-. dotaMonnage 1. (;". ton-, pome-tic value, -f 1L .- - i;oi:n. In this t itv. mi the 7th in-t., to the wife d Alex. CocKhurn. a son. ;j;4--i-'l Concert. A classical concert will be given, under the management of .Mr. OHert, pianist, on Thursday evening. Place and hour will be announced later. Mr. Thrower, who leaves tor San Fran.-is.-o the know ing dav, has kindly con-en.ed to assist, lie will sing selections from Lohengrin .i i .,t" liii soecialtics. ami .1. v. u.ita cf will appear at his tiest. Mr Y m... .t.ilinwt will pav a s pe.dhov.'n, ami older ot tne oes ,.l procurable will part icipate in the c,ii J.crt. Mr. OHert will pl;'V ' iirilne , , i - . . - r .1 1 . l..iiT XXyh anq inn e, , , u. " teir had a chance neioie oi .-oo. musical skill here, on account of trouble in the "combination." They therefore respectfully solicit the kind patronage ot jovers of g-'d music. LOCAL AND GENERAL. S. Umatilla nails on Friday. It was raininir hard ut nndnLht, Hand at Thomas Sf iar loni Monthly imr. in'-tm' A. I Jud-o Mel u e-k. uliv sit s at ( haiii'--r Tlie Suon-ine Court o:-:. at o'clock thi.- morning A warning notice to dtdiiKjue. payers appears elsx-u here. it tax- I.ar; crowd rewarded by at Kiiiiiiii St'iare la.-i ni.sl. A chance of steady work shot in smith appears to-dav. 1.1 id Sill! tor ; Iley, then-! Morgan s California iiav at noon thi bale IV. A brown bear that came by tlie Unn'- ! tillawith its keeper was an object of i i'reat interest aiioiit town yesu-rdiy. ; ! - ; . Mr. Ik llutchi-on, sculptor, is remov- j ing his studio to tin- tloor i t tie- Mclnei ny i block, aloii ' witii Mr. Tavei uier, painter. : Miss Minnie Champ, who lived in : the.-e I.slands two years, teaching school j at Ilonokaa, Hawaii, died on l ebruary j l"Jd at Detroit, Michigan. j Lieut. Ripiev, who arriv-.-'! by the Ala- ; tneda. swam ashore from the anda ia His uniform was torn to did not receive a scratch, shreds but he A sensational intervtow l-'raneisco paper states that negotiating tor the purchae one of the Hawaiian Islands. in a San Kirdand i. outright of Mr. Frank (iertz lias got ahead of Mr. Dillingham in introducing the loctjmo tive. Se(- how she smokes aejoss t'ne age, drawing an endic-s with boots aiul shoes. train, loaded : Williams has on view outside Iih studio, besides pictures of the melancholy naval wrecks at Samoa, a rich series of Samoan views, inc'uding one of Malie toa's visit to the Kaimiloa. Yesterday's arrests were one each for taxes M.), furious drivinu', larceny, and drunkenness, and two (Chinese) for as sau.t with a deadly weapon. The la.-t two an? charged with slashing a feh'ow countrvman on the arm with a knife. "Free gratis" is verv chrap. even ior -i ivi Ihillelin tlvshei t. If it h.ad been ;liso "for nothing"," it would have been no cheaper. The people, however, were w illing to reward the nvr.a nsr.r.'s larger enterprise. Dr. C. laurched Trousseau'? c:itaniaran was from his lioat house at 5 o'clock yc.-terday afternoon. S named the "Alba'tross," and look- le is weli in Lt-r i-.:i!ive el.",i;lit. As she was sl:d oit'tiieways the Kb u saluted her with three whistles and a gun was fired. Captain J. A. Johnson of the bark Newsbov was lie re ten years ago m com mandofthe bark Joseph l'eikie.s, and ! made manv trips between Honolulu and j J'uget Sound in th lumber trade, during nearly four years. He rene-ni'u rs very well the names ot many Kamauinas. I ' A Chinese hack driver named Akiaua ran his. carriage fou! of Mr. W. M. Cif 1 lard's brake, standing opposite Spreck- els' block, yesterday a:ternoon. The brake was upset, ami, in iree'ng the -i. horse, the harness was damaged. Capt. T'.Hrsen took tlie hacknian to the St a- i .... . t t i tioh, entering mm to'- turous and lieed Ws driving. BAR EXAMINATIONS. The (iniwlng Crop of Lawyers Si at Out of T-:i Siicci't'il. Chief Justice Judd and Associate Jus- ! tices McCuIlv and Pre -ton held examin- ! ations, on April Sth, of applicants for j license to practise at the bar. ; J. K. llanuna and S. Aukai were ex- amine.l for license to practise in all the courts of the Kingd-.nn. Hanun i was admit ted Aukai will have a chance suiiie other lav. A Kahi. P. K. Kauiuiakao. M. Kane ;ind" U. li. Holi were admitted toj.rac iiui tower r-oiir's. H. P. K. Ma hilani, G. W. X. Kahaamaikai and IVler X.nvlein have the privilege oi iiwng al.I1:1..., w;'i; ,w i V 11. I. i;ih. I V llcll U S t iHl.uii -, - and S. D. Keolai filed applications but were not examined. John X. Kapahu was on April -.th granteil a license to p,racti -e m the lV.hce and District Courts. A V--t frail. Captain John M. Cavarly.a son-in-law of the late P. V. Holies, so long and fav orablv known in these Islands, has ju.-t comp'lete.l his 14.1th voyage to Panama and back to San Francisco, arid all in S. the service ot tne i acme -.i" S. Co., of which he is now the senior Captain on the Pacific side. ap.ain Cavarly sailed March -jsth in cni:narel (f the S. S. Citv of Peking of the t hma l.t.ti lie lias iust leen assign'! l,v order of Pres. George line, io . t , ..i i it ; .1 . v io w 1 1 I . ii i uiu. pmbable that his many mends, m Honolulu mav have in tlie near tuture the pleasure of a short call Horn ( apt am Cavarly while on the way to or tiom fan Francisco. I'ul.lif 3rtonlilit Cornell. The Royal Hawaiian Land will given concert this evening at Thomas s4u.iv commencing at 7 b Following is-1 hi pr (gramme : 1. Overture Two Wind Men 2. Andante s'urprw' Symp! ;. Cavatina Tlie l'irate i I'l.Tiiiiii-cciK'es ; Ve'''0r . . M.-hTil Havdn . I'.- llim 1 1 od ; rt v onv Aia Hikv Mai.lpo Lauao. " S"iIect;on--F"-'Ils of Cone v;i!e PlJI 1 1 ; - t r f Waitz- Dorothy . . C ivotte e!c.me i '; i :-r . K i i: Aciohat- Hawa-.i Pole ii.oil The Hawaiian ;aeMe. The Haw aiian J azk i i:: now out con tains ten full pac-s. E.sid.-s the tews fthe Samoan naval 'blaster, it con tains Lieu. Cres.ip's paper on the Sa- i ...am .piestion in tu Local news is 1 more inre compi''ie io.io " . .'; . ..t. .: .1 , ,,Kli. -i1 ion ol 1.1- iciai iio'l.M"!!.- t nil 1.:. j....,..... j . ...... ii !f e Secure copies Irv rt the lof sh'amer Uniatiha sails on Uii.lay sale at the othVe anl boe-kstores. THE S ALIO AN DISASTER. rnj.liic Account of tlie Wreck of tlie Han Ysls by Lieut. Kitten-!.;.l-. 'i ll .- f.jllow i:v4 extracts are from a '. :;;! io Mr. John H. l'aty from Lieut. K itvi, house of the Trenton, who, it will '.- rc,i.fiiii.ierel, was the eloquent orator r la-t Decoration Day in Honolulu, tthi-;i attacehd to the Vandalia. It is the ir.i.-i graphic account of tlie disaster to 1 1 j . Th American ve-sels that we hove seen, ktier is dated Apia. Samoa, March T! StOUiiiO will hriii'' von news of ' our disa-kT luie. It is a terrible afi'air. ! The Trenton ariivjd from Panama i Man-h p.th and found the amlalia and ,h A.iior ni-i and ! Nipic of our iorce (iennans, and the Calliope ( l-.tn-r oi the .1 th Kn. i. A few merchantmen and s.'iiai craft were in port. Politically, here, ail was serene. It seemea as ill th'.-'-.gh everybody was waiting further :i:.-tnie'ions from the home governments. ) the 15th, in the morning, bad weailur began, and the Admiral pre paied the ships for a gale, housed, top-ma-t-, sent down lower yards, got up .-team, etc. Other ships did the same. Tlie anchorage you know is no harbor whatever, no protection from northerly winds, lh-ef bound on the sides and uearlv around. Edges of reef almost I i ,erp.-naa mar. x.y o o ciock j. m. vjh i j-i-i.i.-iv. the 15th "(Australian time), the "ale jiad lev doped. It blew fiercely, ! . 1 T ill! i tlie sheet anchors were dropped ana an went well. The only thing that occurred j of notice was at 8 o'clock in the evening i we lost a cable. We dropped another ! anchor and started the engines, j During tlie night it blew a hurricane ! and the seas were teirific. lut with en j gines going; we held on hoping for a change in the morning. Morning came i nut the expected change was not in our ! favor. The fury increased. The ves I .. ." . l ... ii ..! ill in ihier hut. were ,jd S' is, i in , v i ... ... riding uneasilv. At about S a. in., Sat urday, our wheel went with a crash, and we found the rudder broken. It was soon entirely useless. After that we began to make water, started the pumps on deck, put on all pumps m engine room, etc. Water came in through the hawse pipes, which lead in on berth deck. We checked it as much as pos sible. P.v nooti our fires were out and engine stooped. All hands pumping and bailing. Could not reduce the water. The other ships were also in dis tress bv this time. Fber had gone dow n in a moment. Adier had been thrown high on the reef on her side. Vandalia had dragged. Calliope laid lost cables, slip- ! ped and started for sea m tlie iace ot the j hurrhane, nearly cutting us down as she I passed out. .She was just able to move ! ahead against tiie seas We were helpless i n.ivi.v on onr three cables. In the after noon two of them parted and we began to drift. The gale was terrific and we were set over toward tlie eastern reef and our stem was not fifteen feet from it. A sort of und-rtow or cut rent along the reel kept us from striking, but we expected destruction of the ship each moment. We sagged down toward the oiga which vessel was doing well. She had a good hertn. v e neid lora nine, but knew we would oon he on her. 1'ried to get over an 11 gun, hut it was too late, we backed into her, and were ,.ut lVarluilv yhout our quarters, first one side then tlieotner. e iiiuuiuueu uv ner and found danger again on the west ern reef. This was about dusk Satur- j dav. Here again we expected to strike, and for long tunc we moved along tne reel so ClO. e that 1 could easilv liave jumped on it from the tatfrail. Tne Vandalia and Nipsic were near, 'i he latter in a fair position on the bot tom but clear of the reef. The former sunk to her tail alongside the reef with iower nia-ts standing filled with men. i 'iie Trenton dragged to the Vandalia, threatening to strike her, which would .-hake everybody oil'. We got lines to her before hitting her, and nearly eyery bodv was saved. Her main and mizzen masts fed before the men from the fore wen rescued. The foremast stood. Paring this night it blew harder than ever. We were on the bottom and against the Vandalia. The only ques tion was which would last the longer, th.' gale or the ship. The gale moder ated bv daylight, but the Trenton could not I) - saved here as there is no dock. I ih pub' it she colli 1 be floated anyhow. W ater was up to her berth deck, ami ' rising. We abandonee! her that atter nooii. Vandalia lost four ollicers an.1 I thittv-nine men. Nipsic lost seven men. I Trenton lost none. Carlin, Wilson, and ! others rescued from Vandalia, saved nothing but w hat they had on, and many were stark naked. It was the heaviest gale ever known on the island so 1 have been told. I fully believe it. 0VLR TWO OCEANS. Arrival 'f f!ark i. N". Wilfox Nametl After .' Kaiuti L.et;islattr. The ( Jerman wooilen bark G. N. Wil- : cox, -70 tons register, tapi. . nuscii, was anchoicl in the stream at 7:45 ! o'ci.tk yesterday evening, 140 days ! irom r.remen. ami 113 days from Lizard ! Light, 1-aiglish Channel. Kncountered ! verv severe weather in the English Channel, whVn tli.l considerable damage I to the sails, while the masts were nearly ked, the wind being very violent. cia. lleavv weatlier was aiso had oil the Ma deira Group. Crossed the equator in the Atlantic January lM, in longitude 80 der. W. Thence had light winds to lati tude 14 deg- - a,1'l I-'Ugitti le 54 deg. W, when another terrific gale set in, continuing for some time. Arrived oil the most southerly point of Cape Horn in latitude 0l desr. S., on February- L'lst, lol '.lays out. There encountered an ! other heavy gale, lasting for a fortnight. ' She was twenty-two days crossing from 50 de S. to 50 deg. S. lieceived the . ...i t !-. lititnd; 4ll ileor S.. S'.-.il ii .1 ........... - . - . , , which carried her to latitude i deg. X. j d l .ceitude U.7 le-'. V. Crossed the ! , eou ator iti the Pacitie on March 27th, 1 tw't Ive iiav a'rs in longitude 125 deg. V. Sight'c! Hawaii early April 7th, and Gahu at ." p. m. on the Sth. Tiie G. X. YVii ox (formerly the Can- ' dish Tar) v. as built twelve years ago, :ind is named after the Hon. G. X. Wilcox of Kauai, she brings 810 tons gen ua! freight hr HotioIuJu, consisting o: inachinery, silks, spirits, etc., and lit- ah "il bn tons in transit for San Fi tic:-eo- Tne Vv'ilcox comes con sigued to M -s-rs. H. Hatkfeld & Co. she is a tin lo -king vessel anl is quite a fast sailer. Tlie captain's cabin is Vus. the !:xtun.s vciy elegant. The main -..loon is built of polished teak ' wood, and t- v.-ry coxy in appearance. ! ;;, -re aie .- v k.1 s.aleruv.iv.s for i'issen- - rs. Ti e captain p-p.itsa clean bill of h.-altb. AX uCEAN TRAGEDY. F. W. Rugg Kills a Sailor on the High Seas. Surrendered to the I'nited States Ship Alert. Tlie American bark Newsboy, 559 tons register, Captain James A. Johnson, was anchored in the stream at G p. m. April 8th, fifty-four days from Newcastle, N. S. YV., via Kahului, Maui, with 1,024 tons coal for Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co. Re ports rou'h sea.s and squally weather from latitude lOtolodeg. S. Crossed the equator in longitude 147 decrees W, ten davs a-o. Arrived off Kahului early April 7th : laid off and on for two hours; j received the pilot, and after receiving j instructions, proceeded for Honolulu o.i Sun.l'iv mrirninir. "March od. iiilati iu....i . tude 27 degrees 32 minutes South, and i I.. l -i e ,1 o-, niiniitoo ll'nct longitude 1G4 degrees 35 minutes West the chief otlicer, F. W. llugg (well-known in Honolulu as having been captain of the Hawaiian bark Thomas 11. Foster), w ho was on duty, called some of the men on deck. The Captain was in the cabin sleeping. A dispute arose between llugg and a seaman named Andrew Paulson, a native of Denmark, aged about twenty four years. The quarrel increased on both'sides until an appeal was made to fists, Captain Kugg getting the worse of it. He then ran into his cabin and re turned with a revolver, with which he shot his antagonist dead on the spot. Captain Johnson was then called on deck and at his command llugg, who surrendered peacefully, was at once put in irons and carefully watched till ar rival at Honolulu. He was kindly treated during his imprisonment, re peatedly luring the voyage, expressing Horrow for his rash deed. Paulson's body was buried at sea. Soon after the Newsboy was anchored in the stream, an otficer irom the U. S. S. Alert, with a master-at-arms, two ma rines and several sailors, boarded tlie vessel. They took llugg on board the Alert, there "to be held in custody until this morning, when Captain Green will surrender him to Mr. J. H. Putnam, Consul General of the United States. roLit'E cotkt. ISlue M outlay Morning: A llackman Kinetl. George Moluhi, drunk iti a saloon, Luka, Kanakaloa, Kaenaku, Joe Kekoa, Manuel do Freitas, Kukela, Coleman, AViwi, William Cooke, Kaolelo, Kipi, Kekuewa and Edmund, drunk, $G each. Puhili, violating hack rule 25, fined $10 and costs. Several cases were remanded, includ ing a Portuguese cutting scrape. International Money Order. Pursuant to authority contained in the act of Congress approved January 30, 1889, the Postoilice Department of the United States is now conducting negotia tions with various foreign Governments, with which tlie exchange ot money orders is maintained, with a view of securing their consent to a reciprocal increase of the maximum amount. The Postmaster General and Hawaiian Minister II. A. P. Carter signed a convention establishing a new limit of $100 for orders between the United States and the Hawaiian Islands. During the year ended June :U), 1888, the amount of money orders issue! in the United States for payment in Hawaii was $4,508. On the other hand the amount of orders drawn in Hawaii for payment in the United States was $25,684. Hawaiian Tramways Co. HONOLULU. T ANTED, era! sm A SHOEING AXD OEX- iinith l.'enlv statins? salarv v.... .....v... - -I - n . re inired .-mil civiier references to. former employers on or before April 221. 84-td AV.A. N TED. A HUH 51 IT. SMAKT P.OY FOR OF- ii-. V.ll -it ATiderson it Lundv's Dental Ollice, Hotel street, after 4 o'clock. 8;J-tt Change of Telephone. nitOM MUTUAL NO. SO TO P.ELL 11 No. 418. MILS. THOS LACK. -o im Fort Street. 1) A 1?TA IN VIEW OF THE INCREASE OF i incendiarv lires of late, and for the bet ter protection of property interests, a r..M-.,r,l of Two Hundred Dollars ($'J(0 w ill he paid to anyone giving such infor mation us will lean to me arrest ami con viction of any person or persons guilty of w.ivii'.rwu. "tu the I'ifv of Honolulu, ex cept in the case ot" Daniela and Kawaua, who have alreadv confessc! to complicity in four different acts of incendiarism dur ing the past month. And a further reward of Fifty Dollars ($5M) w ill he paid for the arrest and con viction of anv person or persons guilty of starting hush lires in the mountains of thelsland of Oahu. JNO. H. SUPER. Marshal. Marshal's Oibce, Honolulu , Mar. 20, ISsO. ;o-tf EAGLE HOUSE NUUA'NU STREET. This First-rlass Family Hotel, having just changed hands, has been thoroughly renovated, together with the KA1 ENA PHEMISt S now attached, and is prepared to receive gnesis By the Day, Week or Month At KeasonaMe Kate. TABLE TNSrrirASSED. Translenr guests will and every accommodation, a place where all the comforts of a Lome can be obtained. THOS. KROUSE, Pkop. Honolulu. TI. I. 15f nr-i x -x. -r- rrl 1AJ 1jLL.J. . j Till hTOKKS, Nns. 85 and fi7 Kins? trctt, next door to tlie ror. of Fort street, will be to let on the lir: dav of May next. t.tT 'Terms liberal. Irquir? of a HENIIY WATERllOrSE. 111 FATAL ACCIDENT. A Chinese Horseman Almost Instantly Kitleil on Oueen Street. About 2:30 yesterday afternoon a Chinese stable man named Achui met with an accident that resulted fatally in less than two hours. He was in the employ of James Steven and J. Kau hane, and had just taken a horse of Steven's out of Captain Cluney'syard, at Queen and Punchbowl streets. The horse was fractious and threw Achui off its back. He fell in the middle of Queen street, a few yards from Punchbowl street. His head struck the ground with force enough to break his skull. The poor fellow- was picked up unconscious, bleeding at the mouth and nose, and with a visible fracture on the back of his head. Orfieer Kekona, who was on duty at the spot, had the injured man taken to the Station, from whence he was re moved to the Queen's Hospital. There h died shortlv before 4 o'clock. Deputy .uarsuai liepKins, as voronei, n.in t j!irv empanelled, who viewed the body, !ind .in innnput will liklv tt la-id to da". Marshal Hop'kins, as Coroner, had a SIT.t lAl. 1US1NESS I'fKMS. I). Howard Hitchcock has opened his studio at the old Tregioan premises, op posite Dr. Mctirew's ollice, ami is prepared to take pupils in landscape painting and out door sketching. 80-!t Pattern Hats and Bonnets will he exhib ited to-day, and the balance of this week at X.S. Sachs' IVrrLAR Millinery Hocse, No. 104 Fout Strekt. The latest spring and summer styles will be displayed, and the ladies of Honolulu are cordially in vited to inspect them. Absolutely Pure. For quick raisirg, the Royal Baking Towderls superior to all other leavening agents. It is ab solutely pure and wholesome artl of the highest leavening power. It is always uniform in strength and quality and never falls to make light, sweet, most palatable and nutritive food, liread, biscuits, mufflns, cake, etc., rr.ised with Koyal Baking Powder may be eaten hoi without distressing results to the most delicate digestive organs. It will Keep iu auj climate Without deterioratiou. l'rof. 11. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist, after examining officially the principal baking powders of the country, reported: "The Koval .Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have ao found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Oovern ment. "liecause of tlie facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upo" the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Koyal Baking Powder is un doubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder otfered to the public. "Uu. II F.N KY A. MOTT, Fn. D.," 5 I22l-1y V. S. (Tovernment Cliemist. MURRAY & IANMAN'S FLOEIDA WATER The Universal Perfume For the Toilet, the B?th and the Handkerchief. In view of the attempts made rec.-ndy by some unscrupulous dealers, to foist upon the public a worthless imitation, bearing the general .outward appearance of the genuine, we call attention to the di-ainguidiing marks of the genuine Mlkrav Lanmas FLORIDA WATER. Each bottle of the genuine article bears on its neck the Trade Mark, which appears alongside this notice : and on each leaf of the pamphlet, which is wrapped around it, appears in faint water mark letters the words LAN MAN & KEMP, NEW YORK. Ifeitlirle lacking reject the article as spurious. DOWNING & SCHMIDT Wholesale Agents Ban FranclscOt Cal -vvjs - C? f 1 - v w W c 119 1 240-1V Big fi has given univer---al satisfaction in the c:re of GonorrLcr-a and (.Ueet. I prescribe it and feel safe iu recommend ing it to all sufferers. wi?'G'Sriiiel oi-i to t TC b HATS. r " I ...... arriMi;r, V r d en'.j by ii !7ir. Ceisil So. A.J. STONFR, M.D., Decatur, 111. riucE. $i.oo. e-o!d by Iniggists. Trade IlKNSON, SMITH & CO., Afr'tit. ! .-hat will cure EiJfiaB S gSWg iElrctncitv. I 1k. Firnrr.s BuUcB I ISB&l tno, only r"LK TKIC l':a"ss ni tne world. I'.imiMi.oHiliail'ii ire. M. I. T. o.TO t Sac' to St. San l'rasciw.-9 Cal. L.S.A. R KAI Till: DAILY ADVKKTISER if vou want the latest news. Ml HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY, Corner of Fort and I-Ierchant Streets, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. GENER AL AG EXTS, EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND COLLECTORS, REAL ESTATE, EIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, CUSTOM HOUSE, LOAN AND EXCHANGE BROKERS. o Departments of Business : Hooks asp Acovms accurately kept ami properly adjusted. Coli fotioxs will receive special attention ami returns promptly made. Convey wcin-; a Spkciai.ty. Records searched and correct Abstracts ot Titles furni.-hed I.kdal DocrM en rs anp 1'aveus of every description caretully drawn and liandsomeJy engrossed. i Copying and Translating in all languages in general use in tins Kingdom. Real Estatk bought ami sold. Taxes paid ana Troperty safely insured. HorsES, Cottages, Rooms, Ollices ami Land leased and rented, and rents collected. 1'iRB ASn LifeInst kanck ellecteil in tirsi-elas.s Insurance Companies. Ci stom HorsE IU's-in ess transacted with accuracy and dispatch. Loans Negotiated at Fa YOKAi-LE Rates. Avvkktisements ani) Suksckiftions soiiiited for 1 ubhshers. SKILI EP AND ('NsKILLEII L.ABoR FlRNtSHEU. ny Article I'i rciiaseh or soll on commission. Inter-Island Orders will receive particular atttntion. AI L BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE WILL RECEIVE rROMPT AND FAITHFUL ATTENTION AT MODERATE CHARGES. -o- Having had an extensive business experience for over twenty-five years in New York Citv and elsewhere, Ave feel competent to attend to all business of an intricate and complicated nature, or requiiinS tart and il-retjoii, ami respectfully solicit a trial. HAWAIIAN BL SlNESd AGENC) Bell Telephone No. 274. J-'11 "THE ARCADE, 75 and 77 Fort St., (EGtAjNT CO.) Honolulu, H. I -IMI'OKTKKS OF I'rencli, English and American DRY AND FANCY GOODS! FINE CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises. 13XJY YOUR Ladies', Misses', Children's & Gents' Shoes At the ARCADE, ami SAVE MONEY. -o- 56 1261-3m The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE TTiSnTKr) STATES. Stands First Amoiia tiie Leaflii Life Assurance Companies of tiie Worlc In Outstanding Assurance, in New TJiisinew, in Surplus, in Total Income, in Premium Income, in the annual Increa.se in Surplus ami Assets, in tne i ereeiuajre oi .-m:ib w unummro, and in all other Important Respects. Assets. Dec. 31, 1887, Outstanding Assurance New Business of 187 Surplus (4 percent. Standard) Increase In Surplus during the Year. Increase In Assets during tlie Year... Total Income DromilllM TllPnniA ............ Percentage of Assets to Liabilities.... , V Careful Study of the aliovc Troves Conclusively that the Equitable Society is the most Profitable and Secure Life Assurance Company Tor intending Assurers. ALEX. 5. OARTWRIGHT, nn.tf (lENEUAI- ACSKNT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. CLUB" WHISKEY! We hiive just received Celebrated Canadian "Club" Whiskey And oiler the si!mc for Sale In Bond or Dirty Paid. W. C. PEACOCK & Co. S4 12Sfi H. E. 3klcliityre fc 13ro., IMPORTKKS AND DEALKR8 IN Gf-roceries, Provisions and Feed EAST CORNER FOl T AND KINO STREETS. New Goods received by every parKet from Prcdnceby every uteamer. All oniers faithfully city free of charge. Island orders solicited. r v. i.' Pioneer Shirt Factory, of Honolulu. jSTo. IT "JimirLa, Street. o The nndersigneJ liegs to Inform the put. lie of these islands that he Is malting Shirts f meaourenient. Directions for self msasurn:. i.t will be given on ari licaticu. White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns. A fit guaranteed by making a sample Shirt to every order. Island ordera solicited. O Bell Tflet'lioue 410. E'JAN & CO., 75 and 77 Fort St. 881,178.901 85. . fi4 83,029,r02 . 138,023,105 lM,104,i!fi5 1.748.S7U K.808,4Sa 23.340.84U 1.,115,771 127 1-2 a consignment of the f - fijo tli Kactcrti Htatea and Fnrope resh C&!iforn' ntt-nid to, and fioods delivere! to any part of th .-lUlnfacUcTi Kuarauted. eoRtoflice Ilox JSo. 416 l& n 1 7 V 1 1 MELLIS, 104 if Ui -:3:-