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Makee. M.ir.ttilav, from
Llok.'ti from Waianae.
kmila iroin mva.
k l?n' from Kwa.
t Allen A.SIuge, 17 days from
Friday. April 18.
aibarieii. Perkins, for San Fran-
v, if ill. Walker, for Lahaina,
kona, Kau ami the Volcano,
I! Bishop, le Claire, for Waia-
lll'l Dill ! Kool.au at 9 A. M.
Lues Makee, Macaulav, for Ra
ELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Champion, for Hawaii.
fcuola for Ewa.
VESSELS IN POUT.
lie. McCurlev, Hilo.
iiitniore, Waril, Departure Bay.
(Talbot, Rhodes, Port Townsend.
jliesse, Howard, San Francisco.
h Martin, Hongkong.
.lalhuun, can fcrancisco.
Wilcox, Kasch, San Francisco.
Castle, Hubbard, San Francisco
B DimoinI, Drew, San Francisco.
Koilm. Sail r rancisco.
llen, Thompson, San Francisco.
(In. Where from. Due.
Irewer . . . Boston Apr 20
fcwdale. . . Liverpool Apr 15
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ms ... New ork
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pr I'uget Sound
wen . ..San Francisco. . .
rter Port lUakclpv. . .
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1 1- For the Vrnlcano: Hon W
" Irwin, child and nurse, Mrs
s wirnard, Hon Sam Parker and
' hrown, Col W Macfarlane,
wler.Mr Nagle, Frank Unger,
JR. Miss C Crouch, II CrnlMg and
weenwall and Miss L Berivier.
t'rts: His Majesty the King.Misa
f'LFrieland Mrs II Kuihelani
l Atlanta, 821 tons, is to load
iua tor Honolulu.
oS-.?anS i3 to be placed on
Faiian bark W. B. Godfrey took
hi T.' Iir" 17 iw.w'l bags
fi A h,des' and C00 goat skins,
.v"j lons amt vame(j at $iqq
fefr Challenger, which recently
ftOOtsUCar from Kflhnlni InKnn
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Kriti k 0Kl 011 ar"val at the latter
r 11 be Tut the Coast lumber
Baseball at Makiki at 3:30 p. m.
Davy Crockett at Opera Honsa at
8 p. m.
Two young men reauire rooms
Ten weddines are to comft off
within the next three months.
The steamer Kinau is dn thi
morning from windward ports.
The King left for Hawaii on f Via
W. G. Hall yesterday morning.
Yesterday was the fonrth nnni vat.
sary of the great fire in Chinatown.
GosdsI nraisft sArrirA nf. fVa V r
C. A. hafi at 6:30 o'clock Sunday
Be sure and see Frank CWvps
Davy Crockett this evening at the
Thft steamflr W CI Wall
v m uii vJJI Ck
arge party to the Volcano vesW-
The Hawaiian band o-avo a ihli
concert at the Hotel vestardav Avon.
ing which was well attended.
The. proclamation for the ODeninsr
of the Legislature of the Kingdom
appears in our isy AutUonty column.
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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER APJRIL 19. 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
H. B. M. S. Chamnion leaves the
harbor at 4 o'clock this aftei uoon for
Kailua and Hilo, Hawaii. She will
be absent about a week.
The services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow are at 11:15 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
A native named Kalauai was
drowned off Waikiki Thursday morn
ing. His canoe had evidently upset
for it was found drifting without
The former dudHs of the Roval
school will meet at the schoolhouse
this afternoon at 1 o'clock to make
arrangements for the jubilee cele
bration this year.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. have
jnst received another consignment
of the W. G. Fischer's wrought steel
cooking ranges with broiler and hot
Mr. J ustice Bickerton will hear
divorce cases in the Supreme Court
at 10 o'clock this morning. The
Hawaiian jury will be required at
10 o'clock Monday morning.
Mr. Justice Dole was in Boston,
Mass., March 24th, and was inter
viewed on Hawaiian affairs by a re
porter of the Boston Post. That
paper of the 25th devotes more than
naif a column to tne interview.
A horse attached to an express
wagou ran away down Fort street
yesterday afternoon, knocking over
a little boy who "was crossing the
road. Fortunately he was not hurt.
The horse was stopped at the foot of
Mr. "V. R. Cuthbertson a civil en
gineer and English explorer, who
nas penetrated lurtner into tne
wilds of Borneo, New Guinea and
Western Australia than any other
living man, was a through passen-
ger to tne uoiomes on tne iuameaa.
The Easter-praise service at the
Kaumakapili Church, Sunday even
ing, commences at 7:30 o'clock.
There will be special music by the
Kawaiahao seminary and Kauma
kapili Church Choirs, brief addresses
and selections on the organ.
Strangers are cordially invited to
CHARLES HASTINGS JUDD
Passe Away Quietly After a Long 111
ness at Kualoa on This Island.
At five minutes past 3 o'clock Fri
day morning Colonel the Hon.
Charles Hastings Judd died at Kua
loa on this island after a somewhat
lengthy illness. He was attacked
with creeping paralysis some two
years ago, and had had several re
turns of it since. The funeral took
place the same afternoon at Kualoa
the deceased gentleman having ex
pressed a wish to be buried there
Several people from Honolulu were
in attendance at the funeral.
Col. Judd was born in Honolulu,
September 8, 1835, consequently at
the time of his death was 54 years 7
months and 10 days of age. He was
a son of the late Dr. G. P. Judd.
About 1856 he went to J arvis and
Baker's islands of which he was gov
ernor for several years. In Novem
ber, 1859, tie was married to Miss
Emily C. Cutts at the Fort street
church by Dr. Corwin. They had
four children who are all living:
Mrs. F. M. Swanzy, Miss Pauahi
Judd and C. H. Judd, Jr., of Hono
lulu, and Mrs. Farley of Boston,
For many years Col. Judd was
Chamberlain to His Majesty King
Kalakaua going out of office in 1886.
He accompanied the King around
the world in 1881. He was a mem
ber of the House of Nobles under
the old Constitution, a member of
the Privy Council and held the fol
lowing decorations: Knights Com
mander of the Royal order of Kame
hameha I.; Grand officer of the
Royal order of Kalakaua; High
grand officer of the Royal order of
Kapiolani ; Grand cross of the Royal
order of the Crown of Hawaii, and
also had some foreign decorations.
Since 1887 Col. Judd has lived at
Leilehua and also later at Kualoa.
He was a brother of Hon. A.F. Judd,
Chief Justice; Mrs. H. A. P. Carter
of Washington, D. C; Mrs. S. G.
Wilder, Miss Helen S. Judd and
twin brother of the late Mrs. Joshua
A matinee performance will be
given at the Opera House this after
noon by tne Bijou Comedy Com
pany, when "A dangerous woman"
will be presented. Doors will be
open at 1:30 performance to com
mence at 2 o'clock. Children under
nine years of age twenty-five cents
and adults fifty cents admission.
Tickets will be on sale at Mr. L. J.
Levey's office this morning from 9
o'clock to noon.
An exchange says that attention is
being again directed to the utilizing
of the banana. From the stalk and
leaf of this plant, it is stated, a beau
tiful silken fiber can be obtained,
which, when manufactured into dress
goods, closely resembles Irish poplin.
When suitable machinery for decor
ticating it is found, it is thought this
fiber will command large commercial
attention for the manufacture of tex-
tilerooda, as well as for paper and
. me th; .
- one uoon at tne
FOUniU ;in..i. i
. uo oetween the
"etiasanrt ff-".-:: -
I at - sr. 7 rttnttUS aQa will
3:30 o'clock sharp. Fol
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i11 bail of $G.
c were continued
Central Union Church. Services
with preaching at 11 a. m." and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
S5t. Akhbew's Cathedral. First
Congregation Holy Communion at 6 :30
a. m. Morning praver at 9:30 A. M.
Evensong at 6 p. m. Sunday School at
11:15 a. m. . Second uongregauon
Morning prayer with sermon at 11:15
a. m. Evening prayer with sermon at
7:30 p. ii. Sunday scnool at iu a. m.
Kawaiahao Church Services at 11
Kaumakapili Church. Service at
10:30 a. m.; Easter praise service at
Roman Catholic Cathedral. Ser
vices at 10 a. m. and 4 :30 p. m.
This evening at the Opera House,
the Bijou Comedy Company will
present the ideal romance of frontier
life, Davy Crockett. The cast of
characters will be as follows : Davy
Crockett, Mr. Frank Cleaves; Major
Royalston, Mr. Walter Adrian; Oscar
Crampton, Mr. L. Roberts; Neil
Crampton, Mr. Fred. J. Atwood;
Pearson and Big Dan, Mr. Horace
Ewing; Yonkers, Mr. Francis Insley ;
Insley; Bobby Crockett, Miss Lillie
Atwood ; Eleanor Vaughan, Miss
Lizzie Lingham; Dame Crockett,
Miss Imogene Eberle.
Act I. Saddle Mending The
Dawn of Love; Act II. The Wolf at
the Door; Act III. The Living Bar
rier; Act IV. Lochinvar's Ride;
ActV. The Quickest Marriage on
The box plan is now open at the
office of Mr. L. J. Levey, corner of
Queen and Fort streets. Don't fail
Jamaica International Exhibition.
An international exhibition will
be held on the island of Jamaica in
1891, to which Americans are especi
ally invited to send exhibits, a
large space being reserved for that
purpose. No charge will be made
for space nor will duties be levied
on exhibits unless sold in the coun
try. The exhibition will, beyond ques
tion attract many visitors from the
different Spanish-American States
and this coast would doubtless make
friends and customers among them
if it were properly represented. Wm.
Lane Booker. H. B. M. Consul-Gen-
eral at New York a gentleman well
known in San Francisco where for
many years he was Consul, is chair
man of the committee for the United
States. All communications rela
tive to the exhibition should be ad
dressed to Thomas Amor, Secretary
to the Committee, Stewart Building,
280 Broadway, New York S. F.
Commander Coghlan's C e.
Commander Coghlan who was
lately tried by courtmartial at Mare
Island for having criticised a branch
of the Navy Department in a Vallejo
newspaper, and against whom no
evidence could be secured owing to
the refusal of civilians to testify, has
made an application to be restored
to the command of tne juonican.
A prominent official of the depart
ment,, however, assured the Exam
iner corresDondentthat it was hardly
probable that his wishes would be
"AHhoncrh those who could have
proven that he was the author of the
article wnicn appeared iu iuw preaa
declined to appear and testify, the
Secretary feels confident that Cogh
lan is guilty, and he will be made to
feel very uncomfortable," added the
official. I S. F. Exaniner, March 29.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a
concert this (Saturday) afternoon at 4:30
o'clock, at 'Emma square. Following is
the programme :
1. March Crown Prince ............Krai.
2. Overture Tancredi Kossini
3. Duet II Trovatore .............. Verdi
4. Selection Norma ........... . . . .Bellini
5. Waltz D.innho Wvq TwAnnviei
6. Pol a Black Hussars. ."...'. Millocker.
S'IPKEME COURT. APRIL TERM.
BEFORE bickerton, J.
Friday, April 18.
S.K.Mahuetal. vs. David Dayton,
administrator. Assumpsit for $350
with interest from May 19, 1883.
Tried before a mixed jury who return
a verdict for plaintiffs. JJLMagoon
for plaintiffs; A. Rosa for defendant.
Opiopio et al. vs. Wong Leong.
Ejectment. Tried before a mixed
A T P 1 i nP TT
jury. a. nosa ior piainiius; n. in.
Cantle for defendant. Verdict ior
AT CHAMBERS BEFORE M'CULLT, J.
In probateEstate of Luther
Aholo, deceased. Administratrix's,
Mrs. Lilia Aholo's petition for dis
charge. Hearing continued from
April 15, 1889. Ordered that upon
filing final receipts she be discharged
and her bond cancelled. C.L.Carter
for petitioner; petitioner in person.
In probate Lstate of Julia L.
Rawson. Proof of will. Ordered
that the will be admitted to probate
and that letters testamentary and
letters of guardianship of Mary L.
Juen and Adelaide L. Rawson, issue
to J. S. Walker under 1000 bond.
Cecil Brown for petititioner.
BEFORE BICKERTON, J.
In probate Guardianship J. C.
Piluger's minors. Confirmation of
sale. Ordered that the guardians
sale of real estate on the 19th inst.
be confirmed. F. M. Hatch for petitioner.
Honolulu and San Francisco Mail Service
HAVING BOUGHT OUT THE Busi
ness of J.N. S. Williams and R. More
& Co., and imported the heavy machinery
necessary in order that we may be able to
do all classes of work in our line, we are
row prepared to carry on a business as
.Engineers ana iron Jbounaers, manufac
turing Suear Machinery, Irrigating Ma
chinery, Steam Engines, etc., etc. We
make a specialty of manufacturing Diffu
sion Machinery in all its branches, and
guarantee all work to be done on the short
est possible notice.
Special attention will be paid to city
orders for making or repairing Machinery,
and the work done at reasonable rates.
We trust that by a close attention in ex
ecuting our orders we will soon gain our
. m a rr
snare in tne lounarv worK 01 me lungaom.
UNION IKON WOKKS CO.,
J. N. S. Williams, Manager.
Office and Works, Esplanade, Honolulu.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
From San Frauci-u, A3 O'clock, Noon.
Leave Due at
S. F. Honolulu
Mariposa . . .Saturday ... May 3. ... May 10
Zealandia.. Saturday... May 31 June 7
Alameda.. .Saturday,. .June 28 July 5
Mariposa. ..Saturday. .Julv 2G... Aug. 2
Zealandia . .Saturday . . Aug. 23 Aug. 3'
Alameda . . .Saturday . . Sept. 20 . . . Sept 27
Mariposa.. Saturday.. Oct. 18 Oct. 25
Zealandia.. Saturday.. Nov. 15 Nov. 22
Alameda... Saturday.. Dec. 13... Dec. 20
To San Franeisco.
Leave Due at
, Sydney Honolulu
Zealandia . . Wednesday . . Apr 16 . . . .May 3
Alameda. . . Wednesday. . May 14 . . . May 31
Mariposa . . Wednesday..J une 11 . .June 28
Zealandia . .Wednesday . .July 9. . .J uly 2U
Alameda. . . Wednesday ..Aug 6 . . . Aug 23
Mariposa.. Wednesday ..Sept 3... Sept 20
Zealandia.. Wednesday... Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda.. .Wednesday. .Oct 29. ..Nov 15
Mariposa. . Wednesday. .Nov 26. ...Dec 13
Zealandia . . Wednesday . . Dec 24 . . . Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia, 12 31.
Leave San Francisco.
Friday Apr. 25
Friday May 23
Friday J une 20
Friday July 18
Friday Aug. 15
Friday Sept. 12
Friday Oct. 10
Friday Nov. 7
Friday....... .Dec. 5
Friday May 9
Friday June 0
Friday July 4
Friday Aug. 1
Friday Aug. 29
Friday Srept. 2(5
Friday Oct. 24
Friday.. .Nov. 21
Friday Dec. 18
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Isl
1 N THE MATTER OF A. M. HEWETT
-L a BankruDt. Order on Petition of
Bankrupt for Discharge from Debts.
Upon reading and filing the petition of
A. M. Hewett of Honolulu, on the Island
of Oahu, alleging that more than six
months have elapsed since he. was adjudged
a bankrupt and praying for a discharge
from all his debts,
It is ordered that WEDNESDAY, the
23d dav of April A. D. 1890, at 10 a. m. of
tnat day, at tne v;oun uoom oi Aiuoiam
Hale, Honolulu, be and is hereby appointed
the time and place for hearing of said pe
tition when and where all creditors who
have Droved their claims against saicLbank-
rupt may appear ana snow cause u any
they have wnytne prayer oi saia name
rupt should nor be granted.
Dated Honolulu, April 2, iyu.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Alfred W. Caetee,
79-3w Second Deputy Clerk.
Book, News and Stationery Store
106 FORT STREET.
Full Supply of
Spalding's Baseball Goods,
Including Bats, Masks, Gloves, League
Balls, etc. Fine new line of
Croquet, Lawn Tennis, Indian Clubs,
all weights; etc,
Sole Agent for the
Merritt Type Writer.
An Instrument which has no equal for
the money price $17.50. Circulars for
warded on application.
THUS. G THKUM,
WANTED A FURNISHED
house with 4 bedrooms, parlor.
dmingroom, kitchen, and bath
room, near fostoince. Aaaress
rent and particulars to " House, Gazette
Firewood For Sale,
King St, opp. Oahu Railway Depot,
Billiards, Bowling Alley
SHOOTING GALLERY, SHUFFLE
BOARD AND SPARRING.
Cold LoncM Cold Drinks!
The Best of Coffee, Tea and Chocolate.
Finest Brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
CX Oysters ami Game by every
pUT AND SPLIT FOR STOVE USE,
$lrj per cord, at the
HAWN. COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS,
40-tf Cor. Queen and Nunanu Sts.
E. M. SNIFFEN,
Of San Francisco.
A RELIABLE YOUNG MAN (JAPAN-
-ol ense) who unaerstanas gooa ingnsn n i l n n j n J
desires a position to do any kind of woric fractld PianO, 1 IDC and IM Dipi
at the omce. store or residence or on a I 1 I o
plantation as an overseer or interpreter.
v-w-. v ;irE-p: 0 Bas. TDNER AND REPAIRER.
i t.T. PRRSONS INDEBTED TO ME
are hereby requested to make payment
on or before April 15th next; all accounts
unsettled after the above date wiU be
placed in the hands of an attorney tor im
mediate settlement. GOO KIM,
74-2w Nnuanu Street.
Haviner worked in some of the largest
niann nnri nrmin fartnrips in t.hfi ITnit.pd
States of America, I am fully able and pre
pared to do all kinds ot repair wort in tne
most sausiacwry maimer.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nn the 1st riAvnf Anril. 1890. the nn-
- jxa wv ww "J i r
dersigned sold to C. Alee all his interest in
the firm ot cnuian jo.
Honolnlu. Annl 15. 1890. 1319-lm 91-lw
BY TWO YOUNG MEN PERMANENT
ly situated, room and board in private
family. Address terms, etc., .-93-tf
"Horace," Gazette Office.
A PERSON TO ACT AS MARINE RE
A norterandto make himself generally
useful m V""SEmrWHOT.
..i. r Tn re DATT.Y ADVERTISER
j , u you want the latest newa.
MILLINER! ! MILLINERY !
At 1. iOi Fort
N. S. SACHS, Proprietor.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
OF THIS WEEK.
C7Wc invito the lulies of Honolulu to vail and insject our m-w and
elegant stock of
THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
HATS & PATTERN TOQUES,
CHOICE FLOWERS, STYLISH KIBBONS,
A Fine Assortment of Childrens' Trimmed Hats, at the
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE
The Only Steam Soda Works in the
Ginger lie, Plain, Sweet and Cream Soda,
CHAMPAGNE CIDER, S A R S A PA RI L I w ,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC.
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF BAILEY'S SARSAFARILLA Al IRON WATER.
Factory: No. 33 3SmaTiix St.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE GOO; DELL 072. j
D. T. BAILEY, - - - Manager.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALERS IK
Drags and Medicines
Fine Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES of all kinds.
The M. A. Seed antl the Carbutt Dry Plates.
Orders can be left at H. F. Wich-
man's Jewelry store. Fort street, at the
Advertiser office, or through Mntual Tele-
phone No. 347. t7-im
Bo. 73 NanAnn Street.
UBS. BOBT. LOVS, - - Proprietresi,
ROLE IMPORTERS OP THE CELEBRATED
i mvnvF.Nl OF THREE ($3 DOL-
A lars per share will be paid to the Stock
holders of the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co. at their office, on Thursday , April
17,1890. JA15. Li. jatiiiiAn,
Honolulu, April 15,1890. 90-3t
Every Description of Flxln and Fancy
Bread and Crackers,
STRAITON & STORM . SEGARS
And Kimball's Vanity Fair
Cigarettes & Tobaccos
109 Fort St.,
Union Iron Works Co.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 at a meeting ot the suoscriDers to tne
held in Honolulu, H. 1., March 6, 1890, it
was voted to accept the Charter of Corpor
ation dated March 1, 1890, for the term of
tfA hv the Hawaiian Gov
ernment. The liability of the stockholders
is limited to the amount aue ana unpaia
on the shares held. The following officers
were elected for tne ensuing year:
J. N. S. Williams President
Robert More ... . Secretary & Treasurer
Auditor.... ......A. J. Cartwright
The above named officers also constiutte
a Board of lirectors.
56-lm - Secretary and Treasurer.
Alwnjr oa Haiti.
A SPECJi LTY.
Island Onler Promptly At(alMl to
tar 1PO& SALE BY
THIS PAPER IS KKrr UiM liLtn -fTVTpv
at E. C. Dak's Advertising JDj JLr.
Agency, 64 & 65 Merchant's Exchange,
Con l?MniiaiVt Pal.. wlifrn contracts for
UWt itWJlwvj " , - I HC , fTk 1
Advertiaincr can be made for it. I 125 lOu-ly
King a&d Dtbd etmts.