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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. 1889. PRICE 5 CENTS. VOL- Mum partis. . tt XT Justness fljards. NIGHT AND DAY. I . commercial Advertiser to Morning Except Sundays, At o. 46 Merchant St. subscriptions: nnevear 00 petf -...nl'0zxx. one year ... 6 00 tat:r " IoreiB" y eoo w.,e mvrHbly Advance. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.. M Mercha t 8t., Honolulu, H. I. LEWER3 & COOKE, (Saccewor- to LetW & Dickson) -i nuUN iu Lumber IU " iudall Kluds of Uuilding Materials. Jit F0BT SI-BEET. Honolulu. 15 JOHN T. WATERH0USE, iiupurttr and Dealer iu iENERAL MERCHANDISE So. Queen Street, Honolulu, ltf H. HACKFELD & CO., taeral Commission Agents Cor. Fort k Queen Sts., Honolulu, ltf BEAVEtt SALOON, .ri Street, Opposite Wilder A ."I'o.'s, H. J. NOLTE, PROPRIETOR. b:cUi Lunches Served with Tea, Coffee, suJi Water, uinger Ale or Milk, pa From 3 a. m. till 10 p. m. lySmcterB' Requisites a Specialty. ltf GERMANIA MARKET. lM. RAL'PP, . . PROPRIETOR. Fort street. Honolulu. P, MUTTON AND VEAL. Fran tannage, Pork, Etc. itljonhand. Shipping served on short lit BSOLUMJ IRON WORKS CO., Steam Engines, ff. Sugar Mills, Coolers, Brass aud Lead Castings, 1 nachinery of every description made to rirucuiar attention paid to ships' blacfe a. Job work executed ou tha shortest a ui . A H THE ROYAL SALOON, Sonann and Merchant Streets Cnder the Management of E. H. F, Wolter, in stock a variety of the best Wines, I'ittats per glas "eers ou araugui at jdlaiid See rs.fJJ ltf 'ONG SAI, manufacturer of Calico and T,ine.n Shirts PSL lM ., -i -v.!, uuur io c. t$. i nomas'. iValker & Kedward, factors & Builders Brtck. Stone and Wooden Building "timateg Given. rnPtly Attended to, 76 SIHQ STREET. 211 tf P. O. Box 423. Fertilizing Co. vi ana uealersin !3r to order; OS Riv RE' rotted and mixed, W f D F0R LE 111 Entities to suit. COOKE, Manager. ,, a. i. lw.3m FILTER PRESSES. PAAtJHAO Plantation, 1 Hawaii, March 9, 1888. f Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Fran cisco. Gentlemen We have used two of your 30 chainbered Filter Presses this season. They are convenient, easily bandied and are working entirely to our satisfaction. I can recommend no improvement on them. Very respectfully yours. (signed) A. Moons, Manager Paauhau Plantation. These Presses are made extra heavy for high pressures, occupies a floor space of 1 lx 4 ft., and presents a Altering surface of 240 square feet. A limited number iu stock in Honolulu and are sold at very low prices. Risdon Iron & Loco. Works, San Francisco. For particulars enquire of JOHN DYER Honolulu Room N 3 Sprockets' Block: 82 1234 W. G. IRWIN & Co., Agents. The Liverpool and Lon don and Globe INSURANCE CO ESTABLISHED 1836. Assets 40,0J0,000 Net Income O.O? 9,000 Claims Paid U2.5o,000 Takes Risks against Loss or Damage by Fire on Buildings, Machinery, Sugar Mills, Dwelling and Furniture, on the most favorable terms. Bishop fc Co. ll&8-6m l-6m SUN FIRE OFFICE, OF LONDON. Established 1710. Insurance effected upon every description of property at current rates of premium. Total Sum Insured In 1885 327,333,700 Claims arranged by the Local Agents, and paid with promptitude and liberality. The jurisdic tion of the Local Tribunals recognized. GL W. Macfarlane & Co. lm Agents for Hawaiian Islands. G. BREWEE & COMPANY, (Limited). GENERAL MERCANTILE AHD COMMISSION AGENTS. LIST OF OFFICERS: P. C. Jones. Jr President and Manager J. O. Carter Treasurer and Secretary Hon. W. F. Allen Auditor DIRECTORS: Hon. C. B. Bishop. Hon. H. Waterhouse LOVE'S BAKERY No. 73 Nnnanu Street. MRS. ROBT. LOVE, ... Proprietress. Every Description of Plain and Fancy Bread and Crackers, F RES H Soda Crackers AND Saloon Bread Always on Hand. MILK BREAD A SPECIALTY. Island Orders Promptly Attended to. 172-3m WING WO CHAN & CO. NTJUANTJ STREET, Have Jnst Received by Late Arrivals A large and well assorted Stock of IVORY WAKE, Comprising Card Boxes, Paper Cutters and Jewelry Boxes. Also a Complete Stock of Dress Silks and Crepes All colors and patterns. A New Lot of Elegant PORCELAIN and BRONZE VASES. Also, all varieties and qualities of Silk Handkerchiefs. Silk & Cotton Bathing Robe This Stock is well worth an in spection, the Goods having just been re 8tmr. Umatilla. 155-ly SI F YOU WANT ALL THE NEWS read the Daily P. C. Advertiser. Australian Mail Service FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Hie new and fine Al steel steamship "MAE1POSA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about Jnly 27, 1889, And will leave for the above port with mails and passengers on or about that date. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. (j. Irwin & Co., AOENT.S. For Sydney and Auckland. The new and tine Al steel steamship ALAMEDA" Of the Ooeanic Steamship Company . will be due at Honolulu from Kan Francisco or or about Aug. 3, 1889. And will have prompi dUpatcu with malls an assengers for the above ports. For height or passage, having SUPERIOR AC COMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. (t. I r wiu & Co., AGENTS Glaus spreckeh) Wm. G. Irwin. GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO., BANKERS. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Draw Exchange on the principal parts o the world. Will receive deposits on open account, make collections and conduct a general banking and exchange business. Deposits bearing interest received In their Sav Ings Department subject to published rules and regulations. 17oc3tf NTERPEIS PLANING MILL, ALAKEA, NEAR QUEEN STREET. 174 Telephone 65. REMOVAL ! THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Have moved their Factory to Colburn's Fire -proof Building, KING STREET, Near Maunakea Street. 103-lm THEO. P. SEVERIN Photographer, Has taken the Studio formerly occupied by A. A. Montano. corner of KING and FORT BTS., and is prepared to take Pictures in any Stvle car Pilntlng done for Amateurs. "SI Cabinets $6 adoz. Work guaranteed. Entrance on Fort Street. 173-tf S 'I AND BAKEEY. F. HOEN, Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker Rich and Delicious Ice Cream made by Steam. 71 Hotel Street. 1 Gun Mi am TIME TA.BLE or THX THROUGH STEAMERS OT THB OCEANIC S. S. COMPANY. Dae at Honolulu from San Francisco, on or about. Alameda August 3 Mariposa August 31 Zealand ia September 28 Alameda October 26 Mariposa November 23 Zealandia December 21 Leave Honolulu for San Francisco, on or about. Mariposa July 27 Zealandia August 24 Alameda September 21 Mariposa October 19 Zealandia November 16 Alameda December 14 TIME TABLE OF INTERMEDIATE STEAMERS Umatilla and Australia Leave San Francisco for Honolulu at 12 o'clock noon, on Friday July 19 Friday August 16 Friday September 13 Friday 11 Leave Honolulu for San Francisco at 12 o'clock noon, on Friday August 2 Friday August 30 Friday September 27 Friday October 25 (jARDNEE k. wilder, .Atto rneyat-Law, Office Honolulu Hale, Merchant Street. 77 1264-ly J. ALFRED MAGOON, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Notary Public. Office 42 Merchant Street, Honolulu, H.I. 121-lm OTrllfc. GrEMriTZj Importer and Dealer in Gents', Ladies' and Children's Boots, SliOoS and Clippers No. 80 Fort St., Honolulu. 78-ly CALL FOE DIAMOND CREAMERY BUTTER In lib., 21b., 31b, and 71b. Tins. Finest Article for Warm Climates. S. FOSTER & Co. Wholesale Grocers, SOLE AGENTS. 26 and 28 California St., San Francisco. feb21,89 45-ly HONOLULU MARKET. (Successor to Wm. McCandless.) No. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market, Ho nolulu, H. I. Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork, Fish VEGETABLES, ETC., Always Kept on Hand. Family and Shipping orders Carefully Attended to. Live Stock Furnished to Vessels at short notice. Telephones No. 212 8. N. CASTLE. J. B ATHERTCN. O. P. CASTLE. W. A. BO WEN. EDW. D. TENNEY. CASTLE & COOKE, Shipping and Commission Merchants, -IMPORTERS AND General Merchandise. -ALSO, AGENTS FOR- Grove Ranch Plantation, R. Halstead's Plantation. A. H. Smith & Co., Koloa, Kauai, G. F. Blake's Steam Pumps. Union Fire and Marine Ivsurance Co., of San Francisco. Etna Fire Insurance Co, of Hartford. The New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston. D. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines. The New York and Honolulu Packet Line The Merchants' Line, Honolulu and San Francisco. Dr. Jayne & Sons Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox & Gibbs, Remington and Wheeler & Wilson JS-EWIlSTGr MACHINES. tf B. F. EHLEES & CO.'s Grand Opening of European & American Dry and Fancy Groods :o:- N. B. On and after May our Dressmaking Rooms. "WYE T H ' S LIQUID MALT EXTRACT Contains all the nutritive virtues of the best Malt Liquors while it is FREE from all stimulating effects. NOT -A. BEYEEAGE. The following analysis the proportion of alcohol in the Malt Extract as Com pared with Malt Liquors: "ST Water. English small beer 3.2 2.4 94.4 Lager beer (Brooklyn) 2.8 2.8 94.4 Malt extract (Wyeth's) 2.54 15.0 82.46 The Manufacturers, Messrs. Jno. Wyeth & Bro., Phil., have appointed BENSON, SMITE & COMPANY, l-3m JO HN Stoves, Ranges and ; Plumbing. Tin, Copper DEALERS IN- Eohala Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co.. Paia Plantation, Papaikou Sugar Co. Pacific Hardware Co., L'd Honolulu, Special Solid Steel ) EJAITQ f Planters H-UHiO I New Styles oi Plows, Invoices Just at Hand. FULL LINES OF 4grieuitflra! Implants NEW GOODS ! Ex J no. D. Brewer, Umatilla, W H. Diraond, Alex. McNeill and G. N. Wilcox. Correspondence will receive prompt and careful attention. 12G1 57-v loth, MISS CLARK will have charge of 1-tf SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAW'N ISLANDS. NOT T, Housekeeping Goods. and Sheet Iron Work Sidney Lanier. The innocent, sweet day is dead, Dark night hath slain her in her bed, O, Moors are as fierce to kill as to wed Put out the light, said he. A sweeter light than ever rayed From star of heaven or eye of maid Has vanished in the unknown shade She's dead, she's dead, said he. Now, in a wild, sad after-mood The tawny night sits still to brood Upon the dawn-time when he wooed I would she lived, said he. Star-memories of happier times, Of loving deeds and lovers' rhymes, Throng forth in silvery pantomimes Come back, O day! said he. He Was Visibly Affected. Minneapolis Tribune. The Tribune o'lice has been for soma time afflicted by the fitful and irregular but frequent visitations of a young man who professes great friendship for the management, and an overwhelming desire to furnish items of interest for the benefit of 1 he Tribune readers. The items which he contributed ran after this fashion: "The young and charming Mi3s Myrtle Blossom has gone to St iVul to spend the week with her sister. Had it not been for a previous engagement, Miss Blossom would have no doubt won golden laurels as the impersonator of the three graces. " A day or so later the presence made itself felt through the announcement that " The cookstove in the house formerly oc cupied in fct. Paul by the sister of Mis? Blossom has exploded, scattering the cooking-utensils about in a very disagree able manner. Had Miss Blossom made her visit a little earlier it is painful to con template what might have been her sai fate" Last evening the young man dropped in again. From the expression on his coun tenance, it was felt by all that this was at last a time lor immediate aud decisive action. "I came in to say, " he began, in a voice trembling with the emotion he strove in vain to conceal H t hat I saw the recent fire at the Academy of Music I saw the desperately narrow escape of Mr. Billy O'Neill, and and I will not try to tell you what my feelings were, but 1 wish you would just say that, 'Had not Miss Blossom started jesterday for the New Orleans exposition, where she will spend the winter, she might have accidentally witnessed the frightful peril of Mr. O'Neill, and it is fearful to contemplate the shock it would have given to her deli cate and highly-organized constitution.' n It was impossible not to sympathize with the sad mental condition of this young man. The thought seemed to dawn simultaneously upon every intellect present that a prolonged session in some quiet and retired hospital was what was needed to restore this disturbed equilibrium INlneteenth Century. J As regards speed for a mile or two, or even several miles, there can be no compari son between the pace of a horse and that of a man on a bicycle. The horse is far and away the speedier; but after about twenty or twenty-five miles the horse, it seems, b gins to come back to the man. The relative speed of horse and man, quite unincumbered by weight, has never been tried, as it is always necessary either to ride or drive a horse when he is being tried. But in comparing the best times on record of a trotting horse driven in a light gig, aa is the fashion in America, and a man riding and propelling a twenty-seven-pound bi cycle, the conditions, taking the relative strength of the contestants into considera tion, may be thought tolerably equal. Maud S., Mr. Vander Lilt's celebrated horse, trotted one mile in 2:09; the champion time for a bi cycle is 2:39. Leaving out intermediate dis tances, I find that Lady Mack did five miles in 13:00; Mr. HiUier has ridden it on a bi cycle in 14:18. Controller did ten miles in 27:23,j; Mr. English accomplished that dis- tance in 29:19 3-5. Twenty miles was done by the horse Capt. McGowan in 58:25; Mr. English, who holds the record for twenty miles, accomplished it in 59:06 3-5. Twenty miles well within the hour must surely be looked on as a wonderful perform ance. But after twenty miles the man rapidly begins to go to the front The best fifty miles on record has been done by Ariel in 8:55:40, but Ion Keith-Falconer rode that distance on a bicycle in 2:43:58 3-5. Con queror traveled 100 miles in 8:35:53; F. R, Fry, on a bicycle, did 10 J miles in 5:50:05 2-5. The same distauce, 100 miles, was done on the high road by George Smith in 7:11:10. The other times mentioned were performed on the cinder-path. No trial has been rec orded for a horse beyond 100 miles. But a tricyclist has ridden 222 miles in 24 hours, and a few weeks ago a performer on a newly -in vented little two-wheeled machine of strange appearance, called a kangaroo, traveled 66 miles within the same time. It is, theref m e, plain that in staying power a man on a bicycle, or even on a tricycle, which is a much heavier machine, not pri marily adapted for racing, is infinitely supe rior to a horse. Probably up to twenty -five miles the best horse would beat the best bi cyclist, but, after that distance, the horse, would, yacht-racing phrase, never see th way his adversary went The Use of Revolvers in Paris. London Times. Men and women in Paris walk about, go to cafes, and write newspaper articles armed with revolvers, as in the early days of Ar kansas. Moreover, the practice of carrying k revolver is commoner than is supposed, A friend belonging to one of the most re spectable clubs said to me: "I left the club at 1 o'clock. There was no porter in the hall, and I did not know where my great coat was, but I thought I should recognize it because I had left a revolver in one pocket Well, I touched twenty greatcoats, and in all I felt revolvers, and I was still searching when the porter entered and gave me mine, which he had forgotten to hang up." Matrimonial. Berliner Tagbtatt. The following advertisement appeared in a foreign paper under the above heading "Wanted, a wife for my pa. He is five feet seven inches in height, is fair complexioned, with dark eyes, has all his front teeth and a Roman nose, and dresses in the height of fashion. I promise good treatment to my future step mother if she suits me. Young ladies (or widows) with means, but without children, will please address Miss X, Post Wee. L"