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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL 26, 1889.
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
a m; I V AI.S.
Tnt.-K.-b . April -
ILiw Me W Godfrey , Dabel. 1: days
from San Francisco.
Am bk James Oieston. Plumb, 27 days
from Fillet Sound.
Miur J A Cummins. Neil -on. from. Koo-
rrnr E .v. t front Lwa.
. b.h ulauianu from Halawa.
. 'aiiuulu from ltueio, Maui.
Tern Kt! An Hou from Maui.
Thvriay. April 'lh.
Stmr Kaala. Underwood, for Waialua
tin I Waianae, at : a m.
S'::ir'i Hall. Chaney, for Maui and
Hawaii, 1" a m.
tmr " K Ui-lion, Ee Claire, for circuit
cf uhn. ! a m.
Si hr Wai'.nalu for Huelo, Maui.
Vi'HHt-ls iii l'ort from Foreign l'orts.
Am Mis pUt Morning Star, Garland, SSI.
15k Annie .Johnson, Emerson. Newcastle,
tier bk N Wilcox, Uasi h, lirennn.
Ath bk. Newsboy, Johnson, Newcastle.
IJktne John Sniith, Kutel, Neweasile.
Am bktne Discovery, McNeil, S. V.
H U M S Cormorant, NioolN, Hawaii.
ISk lai' Tryva-on, Meyer. Newcastle,
l'.k V Rtiodtrey, Dabel. San Francisco,
"f.k AU-x il 'Neif. l'riis, San Francisco.
13k James Cheston, l'iumb, I'uu'ct mjuihI.
4el; l'xptct'l trom Foreign l'ortst.
S!-U. Whfre from. Due.
Si hr Ida Schnauer..San Erancwo. Mar -2
. San Franci-co MarL'n
.San Francico Mar "Jo
San Franc wo April L'o
San Francisco. "May 1
San Francisco. May 1
Fkt Amelia. ....
l'.k If M. 'er . .
l'.k Pel. Melanie .
l'.k ' !' Kennev. . .
l'.k I'akwan. .
l'.k l'.anca .
Hr bk Uoyal Alice
Mk I eutschland . . .
Sli Paul Isenberg.
l'.k .las I. Harw.iy
l?k C ) Whitmore
R M S S Mariposa
Si hr Sailor l'.ov . .
Hkt S N Castle ". . .
San Franci-co April ."o
N ewcastle ....
. Hi r n
. I'uget Sound
. I'mret Sound
. . Mar - Jo
pril lo f
Aug Jo ;
V T- I I
. . Mav 1
San Francisco. April 3"
San Francisco ..Mav 1
OSS I matilla
. . . San Francisco May .
11 M SS Alameda. San 1- rancico..May 11
11 M S S Zealandia . 'clonics lime t
Daily Keceipt f l'ro:uee.
Stmr Pi-hop I'i'.-J ... ...
Schr Waimalu. . 13"l . ... -...
Leahi is still on the Ma-
The barkentine Piscovery is at the Pa
citic Mail Company's wharf.
Tho Newsboy and Piscovery will both
-ail to-morrow "lor San Fram i-i'u.
The steamer W. 5. Hall takes ::".(hn feet
lumber tor windward port- next we -k.
The bark Alex. McNeil was moored at
the Oceanic Steam-tup Company'-, wharf
'ENEVim lvirtil. N Wil.-ox h is be"i moved
to tlie wharf adjoinm.c: the Oceanic etcam
ship (.'ompany 's wharf
The barkentirte Jolm Smith finidied un- i
l....lin iir 1 mV tons coal veterdav. Sbe
will leave in ballast to-n"iorrow, for Ka- '
huliii. Maui, to load Miirar for Messrs.!
Wilder t Co. for San Francisco.
The schooner Waimalu, Captain Wei-
btrth. arrived on Thursday from Huelo,
Maui with l.XU hag-j sugar, after an ab
sence ot 'J3 davs. She reported roujrh
weather at Huelo, and had lo-t an anchor
with several tattioms oi cnam tiiei e. me;
Waiinalu will leave aain this afternoon i
for Huelo with 40 tons guano. i
The American bark James Cheston, Cap- j
tai l l'iumb, was moored at the Fort street j
wharf April l!oth. -'7 days from I'uget
Sound, with about 7"o.' feet lumber tor i
Me-s.rs. Lewers i.Vi Cooke. Had head winds j
tlietirst part of the pa.-.sage ; thence had j
line weather and fair winds for several .
davs and iastlv had calms to port. j
The Hawaiian bark W. B. Godfrey, t ap-
lubel was moored at Brewer's j
'i..ri tri! rb. 1-i davs- from San Fran
cisco with general merchandise valued at
$'i;oo0 Had fresli breezes and variable
winds the first part of the voyage, the
daily run averaging ten knots . On the
ninth dav out. she was within 3'H) miles of
Honolulu, and variable wuhh tnen ui
The W. H. liodtrey wnl leave aaiu
San Francisco sometime next week.
DOMINIS In Honolulu,
Mrs. Mary lominb. a-jed
S.3 vears, .
moiitns. i i 3.
ICJ- Funeral Saturday
L'7ui, at 3: o o ciot h.,
Y. M. C. A.
Annual Mc-tinC-lP"' of th" AV,rk
.Social Acc-orle Committee for
There was a good attendance at the an-
tb.. Y. M. C. A. in the
main hall yesterday evening. On the j
I-Iatform were the retiring President, j
Hon. W. W. Hall, the President elect, j
Hon. Henrv Waterhouse, and the Gen- j
eral Secretary, Mr. S. P. Hiller . j
Retorts were presented by the chair-
men of the reactive committees, de- j
ribin ' the nature ana cm-m oi
ions in .Liferent Lns ot Association .
Mr. Pevi l.. I.vman s.m, ;
and Mrs. 11. iowu-euui
i t 1
Mr V O. White, Treasurer, rented '
x . V- !it vp ir $"'0 5'); total re- !
h.ilance trom iat car, - V ;
.vipts, 3.573 75; total expemhtures, ,
$ VS V5; balance to next year, $.4 M.
The retiring President delivered h.s j
valedictory and introduced j
ho alter premium ' '
. ...i t . f,, .cAirv-r i oinutuiccs. 1Vi
; 4 1..-.
vear: t i i
u-.Ror T Mav. (
Waterhouse, jr., v U.
Emci.ovmkn r 1
Dillingham. E. O. Whit.
Kkpin Rh Ir. (
ii. Thrum. Vm'Vi
Kin an K C. M. i-H.R.
, J. P.. Atlierton,
P. C.Jones. Tnstiee!
1KA " 1 , !
Jnd I. T. C. Jmu,
Pr. 1 1 vile, " imam i
,.,ih. S. 1. Fuller.
II. Peek, J.
I r v. . rii iN A I.
1C WK.tr. 'V. lli'V. S. I
1 la-il, J. I'" J''Il, . A
Carter, F. J. 1'' . ,
IloWi'tl , v. . 1j.
lEMrKK. , y U(.fl 'p. .1 . M.-
thorton, ... .iriiet. .1.
I . A. I "Jv -i ,
n")W- v. aV Uowen, H. W.
Invitation-. r . (;on.
virU. W.K. Thrum. J.I). U.,J.
After hu-itiess tlie nuttinb
ttetitioa to refreslimento.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
baker v .aturduv,
buns at Mr. Horn's
The Viand concert at the Hotel an
nounced for this evening is postponed
until the following week on account uf
the death of Mrs. lotuinis.
The piano recital of Mr. Ollert is post
poned until Thursday evening next, on
account of the illness of Mr. Yarndley.
The programme will be published short
ly. A Japanese was arrested on a warrant
yesterday for selling spirituous liquors
without license. :her arrests were one
for taxes and three for deserting contract
Messrs. V. F. Killers & Co. announce
grand opening of European and Amer
ican dry and fancy goods. Also, that
after May loth Mt"ss Clark will have
charge of their dressmaking rooms.
Mr. II. W. Wilcox, who was a Ha
waiian Government pupil, studying en
gineering in Italy, has hung out a sign
as "civil engineer and surveyor," on the
Damon block, corner of King and Bethel
There will be a meeting of the teachers
of the Central 1'nion Church Sunday
School, this evening, at the house of
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Nuuanu Valley.
full attendance of
all the teachers
Captain Alapai and his watch, includ
ing Sergeants Kamana and Nahoolewa,
twenty-four all told, and Chinese oiiieer
Hang Sam, have been photographed in
a group in the Station yard. They look
well in their new hats.
At the T-achers'('onvention on Thurs
dav, Prof. W. P. Alexander's t.aprr on
Physical Geography, together with the
discussion it elicited, formed a valuable
contribution to the session. Mr. 1'. S.
Woolsev's essav on teaching geography
. - " . . . t- II .
to Hawaiian s was iieserveuiy appreciat
ed. Rev. J. P.. Alexander of Kauai
elucidated the merits of the tonic sol-fa
svsteui of teaching music.
Mr. Percy L. P.arrington read an in
teresting paper on"Karly . ireek l'hiloso
phv'' before the Pebating Society on
Thursday evening. It was very well
received and evoked complimentary as
well as corumentatory remarks from sev
eral members. Three candidates were
elected to membership. The subject for
next meeting is: " liesolved, that cheap
labor is for the U'od of the country."
DEATH OF MRS. DOMINIS.
Tli Acfil Mother
A wrv Token of
1 1 f !i -1.
A conspicuous and venerable ligure
Masses out of sight in the death of Mrs.
Marv Pominis, w hich occurred at Wash-
j ington Place at half-past eight o'clock on
Thursday morning. She was borti on
August Md, l'o, so that she was in her
.ih year at death. Mrs. Pominis ar-
rived in the islands from New York
on April 1SJ7, in the bark Jones,
commanded by her husband, Captain J.
O. Pominis, after a voyage of 150 days.
Since eleven years later her life has been
cioud cl with "a great sorrow, her husband
having about that time sailed for China
in ihe'brig Neilson, never to be heard of
ara"m. Mrs. Pominis had been confined
to her house for many years prior to her
demise with the infirmities of age. For
years the anniversary of her birth has
been a social event of moment, the Royal
Hawaiian Pand invariably playing a
serenade in her honor at Washington
Place. Cton her death becoming known
the Government rlags were placed at
ha'f-ma-t. Mrs. Dominis was mother of
ex-l iovei nor the Hon. John O. Dominis,
consort ot the heir apparent to the Ha
waiian throne, H. R. H. Princess Liliu
okalani. Her funeral will be from
Washington Place, Saturday aiternoon
at 3:'J0 o'clock.
Metins: of the .Mutual Stockholder To
,lny Statement of Atl'airs of Both
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Mutual Telephone at the
Company's building, 2 p. m. to-day, to
consider a proposition to amalgamate
with the Hawaiian Bell Telephone Com
pany. A printed financial statement of both
Companies has been issued. Receipts
J of the Bell lor were ,242.00 ; ex-
i penditures, fS.soti.sy, showing excess of
i receipts over expenditures of ;JS.10.
! For the present vear collections first
j quarter have been" .2.1P,.55; collected
i and due second quarter (say), $2,350.
j Pishursed from Jan. 1st to March :lst,
' lsvt S2.112.47: from April first to Pith,
The Mutual shows assets of .-rS0,71s..T.),
including cevst of lot and building, $15,
440, and construction account, about,
$4 0V). The approximate indebtedness,
April 17th, was $37,SJ5. The annual
income from rentals is $l7,4iK), and run
ning expense, $12, S75, leaving a profit
per annum of $4,525.
If Taruasosie, tho Kanaka whose
claims to the throno of Samoa aro
fnt-nr bv Bismarck, lixks any-
J : V ,:, " ih( portraits of him
, LLU1I. t
dicli are; iroinir the rounds of the
press, it is evident that he has won
Gorman preferment by some spell
more potent than the beauty of his
features, which appear as if they
had boen carvel out with a broad
axe, and a mighty dull one at that.
Sl'KCIAI. 151SINKS IT KM S.
Ii.li.lous Hot Ittin
C-.m ! lia.l n TfKi).v
l,..vfn; t'M.V F.(T"UV
No.jn :it tlie
ii .' I . H.,i;n; Pr. KKI KTuK. -t
Vliat'4 all ihi Kxriit-ment Al.out.'
Whv H trt .V '. b iv' removed their
tn.lv "tore into thv. - Klif.' Iff 'n-am
r.iri-r-," .md voLifii? an-1 oi l are rrowdni'
their elegant j-arlor-.
... i ,-.,tv I.tis .U-ti. i. oi rap-
. eived from Waiaiua. "'u.ih.KMi I k. it
Makkkt, Kin-' -tn t t.
Waialtia Oran.C' an.l lleli. iou Orap".
, urr. quantity jut r.-eeivd from the
ahovpla. at the San I k vn i- o J-f.i it
Depot, Fort street,
DratU of an Liuliaut "aal Kntjiueer
Designer of Many Vessel Known in
A friend on Maui sends a clipping
from the New York Engineer oi March
'2:,.i, which contains the obituary with
portrait oi Edward Faron, engineer and
naval architect, who died oi cancer of
the throat on February HOtu, at his resi
dence in Orange, New Jersey.
Mr. Faron was born in New York
February 2, 1S24. and at the age of
seventeen was apprenticed to the ma
chinists' trade at the old I'hu-nix Foun
dry and Machine Works. Here he
served his time, after which he entered
the naval service as second assistant en
gineer of the steamer Princeton. When
only twenty-three years old he wa3 gen
eral foreman of Mott ec Ay res', having
superintendence of over 2,500 men, evi
dence of ability in one so young. A few
years later lie associated with his
brother, Thomas Faron, under the style
of the Faron Iron Works. He con
tinued in this business for seven years,
when, in 1S54, he was appointed master
machinist at the Brooklyn Navy ard.
His next position was superintendent of
the Cuintard Iron Works, and also sup
erintending constructing engineer of the
Pacific Mail Steamship Company. All
the tine boats of the latter company in
the China trade were built on his
models. He subsequently entered the
employ of Keanie & Archbold, as con
structing engineer, and when John
Roach purchased the business he con
tinued with it as superintendent. Ed
ward Faron has, since that time, been at
the head oi the Delaware River Ship
and Engine Building Works.
Mr. Frederick M. Wheeler, in an elo
quent address at the funeral, called at
tention to the fact that Mr. Faron was a
complete master of his profession, and
couid design and build a vessel from
stem to stern, including her engines,
boilers, and general equipment. He was
a warmhearted man. generous to a fault,
and a firm and steadfast friend to all who
knew him. In a list of over eighty ves
sels, given in Engineer as designed by
Mr. Farin, are found the following
names oi steamships well-known in
Honolulu: City of Peking, City of
Svdnev, City oi New York, George V .
Elder," Umatilla, and City of Rio de
Mr. Faron designed or assisted in de
signing many naval vessels, among
which may be mentioned the sloops oi
war Alert ami Huron, also the monitors
Puritan and Miantonomah, the cruisers
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dolphin, ad
the gunboats Concord and Benningtii.
He also designed the Sound steamers
Pilgrim and Puritan, oi the Old Colony
Company two of the largest and finest
steamboats ever built, the latter of which
is about to be put in service.
l'unny Kemarks on tlie IJase-
jl.allers in Hawaii.
At the banquet to the returned base
ball players in New York, Mark Twain
is reported as follows. The only hitch
to his fun is the fact that the baseballists
did not play when here :
Mark Twain spoke of the peaceful,
beautiful, indolent climate of the Sand
wich islands, where when a good man
dies he but goes to sleep in one heaven
to awake in another. "And these boys
have plaved baseball there," he exclaim
ed. " Baseball, which is the very sym
bol oi the outward, visible expression
of the drive, and push, and rush, and
struggle, of this raging, tearing, boom
ing, nineteenth century. It is like in
terrupting a funeral with a circus.
No alien land in all the world has
any deep, strong cnarrn lor me,
ers who sit betore us here, have lately
looked on these things, and with eyes of
flesh note the unsatisfying vision of the
spirit. I envy them that. Yes, and I
would envy them somewhat of the glories
they have achieved in their illustrious
march about the mighty circumference
of the earth, if it were fair. But no, it
was an earned run. Laughter. They
have carried the American name to the
utmost parts oi the earth and covered it
with glory every time. I drink long life
to the bovs who plowed a new equator
IIIL LtiUb '-'11C ' - - - "
around the globe, stealing bases 8u their
A Oainiue Case Dropped An Opium
Handler Appeals from Sentence.
In the Police Court, Thursday, seven
Chinese charged with gaming were re
leased by the prosecution.
Halulu, larceny of $2 from Ahong, was
sentenced to hard labor one month and
pay $1 costs.
Five Chinese were charged with opium
in possession. Lam Kai pleading guilty
was sentenced to 48 hours' hard labor
and pay $103. The other defendants
pleading not guilty were let off. Lam
Kai noted an appeal to the Supreme
Court. W. C. Achi for defendants.
mm: pnpi-:ilsp;nki HAViNi bekn
J- !ulv appointed Administrator t the
cstMfc iif Mrs. Marv A. Alexander, late of
Waihiku. Maui, iecVased. notice is hereby
"lvt-u to all persons to pre-ent their claims
airainst the estate ot said .Mrs. .Mar .a.
Alexander, duly authenticated, to the
undersigned at' the Haiku Sugar Co.,
1 laniakuapoko, Maui, within six months
from the date hereof or they will e for
ever harred; and all perons indebted to
said estate are hereby requested to make
H. P. BALDWIN.
Administrator of the Estate of Mrs. Mary
Hamakuapoko. April -".. lssfi.
S -l TNTKN I TO
business m April
J."th. 1 i?iv- notice
U'welrv, left over
that, all watches and
three mouths for repairs, will be sold at
auction, it not claimed on that date. All
oiit-tan'iin accounts not paid on April
;otli will l.e placed in the hands of a col
lator. MAX Kt'KAUT.
Rooms to Let
1 GARDEN TRKKT.
MIE ADVEKTISEU IS THE
leading da.ily taier ot the Kingdom
A Horse Doctor Ca-e ou Second Trial
Progress Made in Appeal Term.
The second trial oi Marcus A. Colburn
vs. Richard Cayford began before the
follow ing mixed jury at the April term
on Thursday: W.B.Rice, John Kua
ana, J. Paakaula, J. Uapahuelua, Albert
Trask, J. U. Kapuhini, E. A. Mclneruy.
Godfrey Brown, J. K. Wilder, O. Branch,
R. W. Cathcart, W. F. Allen. It is an
action of tort, damages $300, for the loss
of a horse defendant was treating for
plaintiff. The jury disagreed last term.
A. Rosa for plaintiff; V. V. Ashford and
C. Creighton for defendant. The trial
was still on when the Court adjourned
at 4 :0b to 10 o'clock next morning.
Chief Justice Judd presided at the
monthly appeal term at Chambers, and
the calendar was called w ith the follow
ing results :
The King vs. Geo. L. Edwards. As
sault. Appeal from District Court, Wai
anae. Deputy Attorney-General Peter
son for the Crown ; defendant for him
self. A nolle prosequi was emered and
The King vs. Tan You. Assault. Ap
nea! from District Court, Waianae.
Peterson for Crown ; Whiting for de
fendant. Continued to May term day.
Tho King vs. Ah Yong Yee et al.
Gaming. Appeal from District Court,
Waianae. Peterson for Crown ; Whit
ing for defendants. Continued to May
The King vs. Ah See alias Ah Choy,
and Ah Ho alias Ah Yong. Assault.
Appeal from Police Court, Honolulu.
Feterson for Crown; V. V. Ashford for
Ah See. Continued to Friday at 10
The King vs. Achiona. Assault and
battery. Apieal from Police Court, Ho
nolulu. Peterson for Crown ; V.V. Ash
ford and J. L. Kaulukou for defendant.
Continued to Friday at 10 o'clock.
The King vs. Alex. Louis. Malicious
mischief. Appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. Peterson for Crown; S. K.
Kaeo for defendant. Nolle prosequi al
lowed on terms of costs not being re
turned. Hamilton Johnson vs. Joao d'Oliveria.
Assumpsit, $87 SO. Plaintiff's appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu. C. Creigh
ton for plaintiff; V. V. Ashford for de
fendant. Continue I to May term day.
A. Kauhi vs. J. Cooke. Assumpsit,
$25. Defendant's appeal from District
Court. Ewa. W. C. Achi for plaintiff;
W. O. Smith for defendant. Appeal
withdrawn ; matter settled out of Court.
A. Morgan vs. Frank Cunha. As
sumpsit, $05 05. Plaintiffs appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. W. C. Achi for
plaintiff; no appearance for defendant.
Continued till May term unless sooner
Ah Chee vs. J. II. Soper. Assumpsit,
$14 :15. Plaintiffs appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. V. V. Ashford for
plaintiff; C. Creighton for defendant.
Continued till May term day.
P. Kaleialii vs. Kekuawela. Trover.
Defendant's appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. A. P. Peterson for plaintiff;
W. O. Smith for defendant. Continued
D. J. Lopez vs. C. L. Brito. Assump
sit. 100. Defendant's appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. C. Creighton
for plaintiff; P. Neumann for defendant.
Anmed and decision reserved.
E. B. Thomas vs. F. H. Redward.
Assumpsit, $70 95. Defendant's appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu. Con
tinued to May term day.
Young Mow vs. J. II. Soper. Re
plevin. Defendant's apieal from Police
Court, Honolulu. V. V. Ashford for
plaintiff. Smith for Castle, defendant's
attorney. Ordered to stand over for the
F. H. Redward vs. E. B. Thomas.
Assumpsit, $191 50. Plaintiff's appeal
from Honolulu Police Court. W. O.
Smith for plaintiff; P. Neumann for de
fendant. Continued to May term day.
Jose M. Pedro vs. J. R. Holt, Jr. As
sumpsit, $30. Defendant's appeal from
I il ice Court. Honolulu. J. A. Magoon
for plaintiff; No appearance for defend
ant. Continued to May term day unless
sooner disposed of.
James Gav vs. J. P. Mendonca. As
sumpsit. $183 75. Plaintiff's appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. C. Creighton
for plaintiff ; C. L. Carter for defendant.
Continued to frriday, .uav od.
SITUATION BY A TERSON OF CON-
O .iderable experience on a plantation.
Will accept a place either on Oahu or on
the other islands, where a willing man can
make himself useful. Address C. t .
fj-tf Adverti. er Office.
MRB. M. B. CAMPBELL HAS COMMENCED
th r.nineaaof Iresnmaki nif. Cuttini? and
Fitti ng. at her residence, No.":i bcretaniatr-t,
opposite the Hotel. The patronage of the ladies
id respectfully Holicited. Satisfaction guaran-
friends and the pul. lie generally that he
haa purchased the Blacksmith and Carriage Shop
fnrmorlv conducted hy A. Morcan at Nos. 79 and
SI Klnu strtt, where he 1 now prepared to do
all kinds of Carriage Pai nti ng and Triinmlnt?,
Carriage and Ht-avy wagon worK ana uenerai
P.lacksinjithinij witn promptness um ui"tintu
H-itisfactiou guaranteed. 1t-11-
VOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH AT
th Tun.' Vhun Wai l'o.. liice Planters,
V.usines.s :wt Wailele, Manoa, Oahu,
ha 'this day been dissolved by the with
drawal of one John Ahfook of the said
Companv. The remaining partners will
carry on said Plantation under th same
firm-name. U JMirNf) AFU,
April lf- 07-3t
rdi-:u.s von the odorlkss ex-
' e;vatrwill receive prompt attention
if telet.lmned to No. Mutual Telephone.
1 72-1 w
I.E PARTIES W'K) ARE INDEPTEJ)
to the tirrn of Etran fe "o., 75 and 77
Port Street, are rc.ju ted to make an im
mediate settlement. Eepal a' lions will U
taken on all accounts whieh remain unpaid
May 1, lvt. ''-tf
for quick raising, the Royal Baking Powder is
superior to all other leavening aueuts. It is ab
solutely pure and whole.souie and of the highest
leavening power. It is always uniform in
strength and quality and uever fails to make
light, sweet, most palatable and nutritive food,
liread, biscuits, tmittiut, cake, etc., raised with
Royal Baking I'owder may be eaten hot without
distressing results to the most delicate digestive
organs. It will keep iu any climate without
Prof. II. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist,
after examining ojncially the principal baking J
powders of the country, reported:
"The Itoval leaking I'owder is absolutely pure,
for I Lave no found it in many tests made both
for that company and the I'nited States Govern
ment. "Because of the facilities that company have
for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and
for other reasons dependent upon the proper
proportions of the same, and the method of its
preparation, the Uoyal Baking Powder is un
doubtedly the purest and most reliable baking
powder offered to the public.
"Db. UENRV A. MOTT, Th. P.,"
5 1221-ly V. S. Government Cheml-st.
Notice of Eemoval.
milE UNDEKSKJNED HAS 11K-J-
moved his oftiee from over l'.ishop V
Co.'s Bank to No. 13 Kaahumunu treet, or
the office formerly occupied by Jhn. 11. A.
Widemann, and "will be mot happy to at
tend to any business that mav he entrusted
to his care. W. 0. PA UK K.
Honolulu, April :i. s-im
T W. M(C,l'iKi: II A VINO MOVKU
J his place of business from the office of
the Hawaiian Transfer Co. to the Harness
shop of F. I'hilp, No. !!' Kin street, bejjs
to notify his friemls and the public
generally that he is ready to continue the
Express and Drav business uno'er the name
of J. W. Mc iuire". lU-ll Telephone No. Ill;
Mutual 53. 01-3t
ANDERSON & LUNDY,
from one to an entire set in-
JTrfTTJ serte.l on tfold. silver, allum-
inum and rubber bases.
Crown and bridfie work a specialty. To
persons wearing rubber plates which are a
constant source ot irritation to me
mouth and throat, we would recommend
our Prophylactic Metal Plate. AH oper
ations performed in accordance with the
latest improvements in dental science.
Teeth extracted without pain by the use oi
Nitrous Oxide Oas.
jy- Hotel street. Tregloan premises.
MURRAY & LAMB'S
The Universal Perfume
For the Toilet, the Esth and the Handkerchief.
In view of the attempts made
recently 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 distinguishing marks of the
F.ach bottle of the genuine
article be;-rs on it neck the 1 rri'ie
Mark, which appears alongside
this notice ; and on each leaf of
the pamphlet, which is wrappc-d
around it. appears n faint wtcr
mark letters the words
LANMAN & KEMP,
If ithprbe lac-kiiic reject
the article as spurious.
DOWNING & SCHMIDT
art Franctsoo, CaU
h as ;:i v-n univer
sal satisfaction in tlie
i-ur? i if f inri'irrh'i a aiid
i .i- t. I f'rt srnl.- it and
ffcl .safe ifi ro'uiu rnernl
ine it t all su(T'-rer.
fOorntl toi to 1
A.J. STOfJ.lt. M.D..
p i rule
KKNSON, SIITII & f .
.hat will ruro
l-t t.l ir" it v.
m tii'i '.ii'y
s run I-1 'r".
,f il i:.s.-
l)K IMf.Kf f'
Kl.'r'iTP I' TKT in Hi" wori.l. t' i" !'
ft. :. T. i '. t Kact'iSt. San t- ran.
''PUIS PAPER IS KEPT ON IT EE
1 at E. C. IMKE'S AlVEKTIIN'
Aoency, 04 iS: '- Mert:Iiant' Ex lian'e,
San Francmeo, CaE, wlere eoin' racts for
advertising can le maJe for it.
and 77 FUUT
GENT'S, YOUTHS' and BOY'S
ZUUST be Sold "SN'itliin tho jSTRXT
Fine Dress and Fancy Goods!
Laees, Kmbroidei y, Hats, Feathers, Itiltbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladle"
Underwear, Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc.
On aeeount of the death of Mr. Simon Cohn, the Kntire new and Magnificent
STOCK WILL BE SOLD E0E CASH !
At and JBelow Cost !
f - . j i i Ci, ( . -
Pioneer Shirt Factory, of Honolulu.
ISTo. IT Emma Street.
The underslK'ne.l l.e-s to inform the public of these Islands that he 1h making Shirt J
measureintnt. Directions for .elf-measurement ill be given on applicaucn.
White Shirts, Over Shirts and Kiglit Gowns.
A fit guaranteed by making a sample Shirt
t2T Hell Telephone 4IO.
"G. JST. WILCOX."
O. II. ITJII CO.'s
Wr, oirer Hit; same for Fale nt
:50.00 per Case, ea. 1 doz. ijts.;
:2.00 er Case, ca. 2 doz. pts.
W. C. PEACOCK & Co.,
The Weekly Gazette mid Daily P. C. Advertiser
the l;et -.l vertl-lng
Importer and I'ealer in
;nt', l.adle' ami O.il.lreirn
Voots, Sho.s av.d Slippcis
No. m 1-Virt St., Honolulu.
' VOIT WANT A EE THE NEWS
read the 1 vii.v P. C A nvi,it i isri: .
73 and 77 FOUT
OF CLOTHING FOll
EGAN & CO., 75 and 77 Fort St.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd
Special Solid Steel T(1?Q1
Planters JIUIjO .
New Styles ot Phms,
In v:i .lust at llmi.l.
It 1.1. l lNI S OK
Ex .Ino. D. Itrewer. ITniiitilhi, W.
II. Dimond, Alex. McNeill
and (i. N. Vilc.x.
('oTrespcindenee will receive
prompt iind careful attention.
I; I 57-y
to every order.
Island orders solicited.
llECKIVED ex above vessel a Consign
12. - Ptn
Medium In th Kmcdom
JAM JiIS C A RTY
Cau be fom nxt iloor lo the 1. t '.
ttice, Mercli.int Hreet.
Harks Nos. 1J5, 7, 00, 75, 10
ANP WACONKTri: no.
'T Udl T-Jephne 'iO, Mutual f.DO.
4 DVEltTISE YOUR WANTS IN
I i V Dailv lu die Coiuuiereial Advertiser