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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 25, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
TO TAKE EFFECT JULY 19, 180O.
Leave Honolulu 8:45
Arrive Honouliuli 10:05
Leave Honouliuli 10:35
Arrive Honolulu.. 11:55
TliCRSDAT, July 24.
Stmr J A Cummins, NeUson, from Koo
Stmr James Makee. Macauley, from
Schr LIholiho from Waianae.
Thcesdat, July 24.
Bk Forest Queen for San Francisco.
Schr Eulamanu for Kauai.
Schr I.uka for Kohala.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAV,
Stmr Kinaa, Lorenzen, for Maui and
Hawaii at 4 d m.
Stmr Iwafani, Weir, for Lahaina anl
Stmr James Makee. Macaular. for
Stmr C It Bishop, Le Claire, for Wai
anae, waiaiua and Koolau.
From Kapaa, per stmr Jas Makee. July
24-K E Wade.
The steamer James Makee brought 2,500
bags of sugar from Kauai July 24th.
The bark Forest Queen sailed for San
Francisco July 24th with 14,091 bags sugar
valued at 7i,U5u vj.
SAN FRANCISCO SHIPPING NEWS.
Arrivals at San Francisco July 7th bark
Alden Besse 18 days from Kahului, schr.
Golden Shore 22 days from Honolulu ;
July 8th bark Andrew Welch 28 days, bark
Colusa 26 days, bktne. 8. O. Wilder 20
days all from Honolulu; brig (iturce II
Douglas 25 days from Kahului, .chr. Dora
Bluhru24 days from Hilo, schr. J. O. North
18 days Irom Mauukona.
Pokt Ludlow Sailed July 8th schr. Geo
3. Perkins for Honolulu.
Port Discovery Sailed July 8th schr.
Alcalde for Honolulu.
PItANAIA-MALULANI At St. An
drew's Cathedral July 24th, by the
Bishop of Honolulu, assisted by the Rev.
Herbert H. Oowen, A. St, C. Piianaia to
SUPREME COURT JULY TERM.
MR. JUSTICE DOLE, PRESIDING!.
THU;rAY, July 24.
AV. E. Foster assignee vs. W. H.
Page. Trover. Tried before a for
eign jury. C. Creigbton and W. A.
"Whiting for plaintiff, O. Brown for
defendant. Unanimous verdict for
Hawaiian Railroad Co. vs. E. R.
Ryan. Assumpsit. Appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. C. L.
Carter for plaintiff, C. y. Ashford
for defendant appellant. The Court
overrules defendant's motion to
transfer the case from foreign jury
to mixed jury. The Court also over
rules plaintiff's motion to proceed
with the trial of the case. The ap
peal will be heard in banco.
AT CHAMBERS BEFORE JDDD, C. J.
In re estate of Kiliakapu. Peti
tion of administrator E. S. Timoteo
for allowance of accounts, discharge
and final order of distribution. The
Court approves the accounts and
orders administrator discharged. C.
Brown and E. Johnson for heirs, W.
Ij. Holokahiki for the widow.
Wedding at St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Yesterday evening Mr. A-St. C.
Piianaia and Miss Fanny Malulani
wero united in . marriage at St. An
drews. . Tho ceremony was per
formed by Bishop Willis, assisted by
the Rev. H. H. Gowen, in the pres
ence of an assemblage which filled
the Cathedral in every part. The
bride, who has been a pupil at St.
Andrew's Priory for several years,and
a most estimable young lady, looked
very nice in her wedding dress with
veil. Tho groom received part of
his education in England, and at
present is Principal of the Govern
mont TCndish school at UluDalakua.
Maui. The Misses Lucy Kalani and
Kohko wero bridesmaids ana Messrs.
J. K. N. Keola and Kahoalii, grooms-ati-
The service was choral, two
hyinnswere sung, and appropriate
music was played on tne organ as
the bridal party entered and left the
After the ceremony a reception was
held at St. Andrew's Priory, in the
schoolroom, which was prettily dec
rmtWI with flas. flowers and ever
greens. After congratulations ice
cream and cake was handed around.
A luau was also served. The recep
tion was a very pleasant affair.
Thursday, July 21.
Mack, a sailor on the Forest Queen,
forfeited bail of $25 for assault and
battery on the steward of the Lady
Kimo Keau was fined 100, with
$1.30 costs for selling spirituous li
quors without a license. Appeal
John Palau for escaping from the
Reformatory School, was sentenced
to three months at hard labor, at the
expiration of sentence to be returned
to the scnool .
Bush's paper says, The Union as
. . i TV t "
well as tne uui jvaiaiama tjeoma ,o
consider the ' present Ministers as
interlopers who have gained their
-A.;t;nna frmnrh the work of pa
triots whom they jiow repudiate and
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
See notice reward of $75.
Camarino'a refrigerator will arrive
on the steamer to day full of good
The Tivoli Company- will present
M'liss at the Opera House Saturday
The R. M. S. Zealandia is due this
evening from the Colonies en route
to San Francisco.
Considerable late San Francisco
shipping news will be found in our
By the Adonis Messrs. H. "NV.
Schmidt & Sons received large in
voices of new goods from Europe.
Herr. Pastor Isenberg will hold
service in German at the Y. M. C. A.
hall Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Letters patent of Denization have
been couferred upon Mr. Jno. Walter
Jones, a citizen of the United States.
The Legislative Committee to in
vestigate at the leper settlement
leaves for that place at 10 o'clock
The S. S. Australia is due at noon
sharp to-day from San Francisco,
with dates to the 18th inst. and the
A phaeton .and a brake left at the
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Co.'s storeroom will be sold if not
called for. The owners had better
The Rev. W. C. Merritt, who leaves
for the States next week, has a uotice
elsewhere regarding claims and bor
rowed books, also that he has a phae
ton for sale.
Full particulars of Company A's
moonlight picnic to Remond Grove
on August 2d, will be found else
where. When this Company under
takes anything it is generally a big
The Hawaiian Band gives a concert
at the hotel this evening. One im
portant feature of the programme,
published elsewhere is, that it con
tains seven new pieces, showing that
our worthy bandmaster has been hard
A large number of our prominent
society people attended the recep
tion on board the U. S. Flagship
Charleston yesterday aft' noon
being the first of a series. I. yvas a
delightful affair from beginning to
end. 1 he Charleston band played
The Oahu Railway Company will
run two excursion trains to "Artesian
River'' Ewa plantation on Saturday
at 8:45 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. to witness
the water from five ten-inch artesian
wells, all of which will be turned
into one large water course made for
the purpose. No doubt a large num
ber of persons will avail themselves
of this opportunity.
There was a good audience at the
Opera House last evening when the
Tivoli Company presented the do
mestic drama " The Maul of the
Mill" in a most acceptable manner.
The performance concluded with the
repetition of Offenbach's operetta
'The Rose of Auvergne." On Satur
day, the last night of the season,
"M'liss" will be played.
J.M. Vivas, F. Turrill, J.Shaw,
and T. H. Hobron who were tried on
Wednesday for violating Chapter 76
Session Laws of 1888, by failing to
perform their duties as inspectors of
"election, by refusing to let N. Gedge
vote on JuneUtn, iiave been found
guilty as charged by Police Justice
Foster. Appeal noted to the Su
preme Court before a jury.
A short time ago thieves entered the
chicken house on the premises of
Mrs. Hoffman, on Wylie street, and
carried off twenty chickens. Night
before last twenty more were stolen,
only five being left. There was a
native feast back of the premises
yesterday which might probably ac
count for the disappearance of the
chickens. The police should make
H. M. S. Acorn, Commander G. N.
A. Pollard, will leave this port this
Friday evening, for the purpose of
conveying to the Leper Settlement
at Molokai, Major J. H. Wodehouse,
the British Commissioner, and the
Hon. J. S. Walker, President of the
Legislative Assembly. Fleet Sur
geon Wood of the Flagship Charles
ton, and the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
will also be passengers in the Acorn,
which will return to Honolulu early
The Honolulu Baseball League
held a meeting last evening at the
barracks and re-organized. The
name was changed to the "Honolulu
Amateur League." Robert Parker,
president and Morris Keohokalole,
secretary, were re-elected. P. Silva
was appointed officia! scorer. A
schedule is to be drawn up and the
following clubs have signified their
willingness to participate in the
games: Barracks; Roads and Bridges
Kunawai; Pauahi; Aliiolani; Iwilei
The Planters' Monthly
For July is on our desk, and con
tains, as it usually does, interesting
articles for planters, engineers and
others engaged in planting and agri
culture. Those relating to Fertiliz
ers, the Jamaica Banana, disease of
Sugar cane, Siberian Coffee glucose
and how it is made, and others
equally valuable. In short, the whole
pamphlet consists of instructive in
formation, which others besides
I planters will profit from the perusal.
MORE LATE NEWS,
From a San Francisco paper of
July 0th wc cull the following ad
An extensive storm swept over
several States, July Sth.
Two circu3 acrobats fought a duel
July Sth at Paris. Both combat
ants are dead.
They are preparing for war in
Central America. Arms have been
ordered in large quantities.
Ike Weir tho "Spider," beat Jas.
Connors, instructor of the Buffalo
Athletic club, in three rounds July
The Louisiana lottery bill on July
8th passed the House over the
Governor's veto, by a vote of 68
ayes to 31 noes.
England has given to France an
island in the Carribbean Sea. and
recognizes tho French protectorate
A German "Jack the Ripper" has
turned up in Dusseldorf. A work
ing girl, aged 12, was found in a
field, July 8th, with her throat cut
and mutilated after the fashion of
the Whitecbapel victims.
In accordance with the request
of America, Germany and England,
King Oscar of Sweden, has nomin
ated Conrad Cehereeranb for tho
post of Chief Justice of Samoa. The
appointee is now assistant judge in
At Sheffield, England, an im
mense petition was presented to the
Mayer of that town July Sth, re
questing him to call a great public
meeting to protest against the Mc
Rinley Tariff Bill, which, if passed,
will hit the cutlery industry of the
town very hard.
There was no abatement in the
financial panic in Uruguay', July 8.
In order to put a stop to tho run
on the banks the Government issued
a decree making the 7th a national
holiday. One million five hundred
thousand dollars in gold is on its
way there from Buenos Ayres, and
it is hoped that upon its arrival the
financial distress will be relieved.
In the United States Court, Phil
adelphia, Jury 8th, Judge Butler
decided that the Lillie patent for
sugar-evaporating apparatus is
valid and that the Yarban patent
apparatus is an infringement upon
it. Harding & Dickerson repre
sented Lube, and Chauncey Smith
and E. P. Howe represented Yar
ban. lu this case both parties
agreed that counsel should act as
experts. The suit involves all the
sugar manufacturers in tho country
and a large amount of money.
Public Moonlight Concert.
This evening the Roval Hawaiian
Band will give a concert at the Hawaii
an Hotel commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme :
1. March Tourists mew). Enslein
2. Overture -Knight Errant (new).Farmer
3. Ballad The Last Watch (new).. Fmsuti
4. Selection Luc recia Borgia (new). ..
Linolino. Malanai. Mahina Malamalania
5 Fantasia TheJacobits. ... ....Uassner
i. Dance The Chorohstha (new). ...Scott
7. Mazurka Margaret (new) Luschwitz
8. Quadrille Under Palms (new).Kuhner
There was not a large audience at
the Y. M. C. A. hall last evening to
hear the Rev. Dr. Case lecture on
Phrenology. Those who attended
though were very much interested
in it. The lecture was for the benefit
of the WT.C.T.U.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that if a Phaeton and a Brake,
which have been in the Hawaii
an Carriage Manufacturing Co.'s Store
rooms for six months past, are not called
for within ten days from date, they will
be sold at public auction.
Honolulu, July 24,1890. 21-3t
HE RU PASTOR ISENBERG WIRD AM
SONNTAG, den 27 Juli, Vormittags 11
uhr einen Gottesdienst in der Y. M. C A.
Honolulu, 23 Juli, 1890. 21-2t
L. J. LEVEY, : : Lessee.
CLIFF PHILLIPS : Manager.
HARRY BELL : Stage Director.
W. DEXTER : : Properties.
E. E. MAYHEW : Machinist.
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT
OF THE SEASON!
Hi Gaiety Company
-:- SATURDAY EVENING -:-
JULY GGTII! JULY 2GTII!
First Production of the American Idylic
Drama, made famous by Miss
Cast to the full strength of the Company.
Plan for reserved scrts for any night
of the season can be secured at the office of
L. J. Levey, cor. Fort and Queen Sts. 152
Dr. Day's Office
WILL BE CLOSED FROM JULY 22
"to August 4. 1S90. 18-tf
I SITUATION BY A MAN AND
wife: man to tend horses and outdoor
worfc; woman to take care of children and
do indoor work. Apply at 15 Fort street.
ITEMS FROM MAKAWELI, KAUAI.
Oar correspondent recently went
over the line of the Hawaiian So gar
Co.'s ditch and reports great pro
gress being made the last tew months.
Since the completion of the wagon
road to the water head, the whole
force have been concentrated on the
ditch with telling effect.
A great deal of tunneling is being
done in preference to hanging flumes
to the perpendicular . cliffs, as was
originally intended. Manager "Walsh
stated that he could tunnel twenty
five feet inside and parallel to the
face of the cliff, at much less cost
than he could hang a flume to the
outside, with the additional advan
tage of the tunnel requiring no
future attentions in the shape of re
pairs, etc. This tunneling work is
in the hands of practical miners from
California, who unquestionably un
derstand their business.
The hydraulic rivetting machinery
commenced operations last week on
the forty-inch steel pipe and are do
ing splendid work. All the rivetting
on these water pipes is being done
with these rivetting machines. The
rivetting machinery, pipe and men
are from the Kisdon Iron Works,
San Francisco, which is a sufficient
guarantee of the success of this por
tion of the work, as the Kisdon
Works have made and laid more
wrought iron and steel pipe of large
diameter than any other firm in the
world, one order recently completed
required sixteen thousand tons of
iron plates. This pipe was thirty-six
inch diameter and was made and laid
in the ground, finished completely,
at the rate of 1000 feet per day.
SPECIAL. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Contains to-day: Oysters in
tin and shell ; Celery and Cauli
flowers, Cabbage, etc. Also,
Peaches, Plums, Apricots, Apples, Pears,
Cherries, Grapes, etc., etc;
Caifoema Fruit Market.
Delicious Ice Cream Soda at
Now coming in for the local
trade, Kidwell's Hawaiian
j. ineapples, suitaoie ior pre
servinglast lot of the season ! California
Fruit Market. 19-3t
Something New ! Aloha "
Tablets, Butter Cups, Curled
Chips, at Ludwigsen & Cron's. 20 3t
Contains to-flay: Oysters in
tin and eheil ; Celery, Cauli
. flowers, Cabbage, etc. Also,
Peaches, Plums, Apricots, Apples, Pears,
Cherries, Grapes, etc., etc.
21-3t San Francisco Fruit Market.
WILL GIVE A
On Saturday, August 2d
Trains will leave Honolulu Depot at
3:50 and 7 p. m., returning from the
Grove at 10 p. m. and midnight.
Detachments of the Hawaiian Band
will go on both Trains and the full Band
will play at the Grove.
jl--FTi;kets for the round trip, in
To be had of the Committee and at the
Oahu Railway Depot. 21-td
PACIFIC HAEDWARE CO., LU,
B. F. Dillingham, Pres. J. G. Spesceb, Manager. F. L. Wikteb, Treas.
THE "VERY LATEST I1ST
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps, Library Lamps,
Hall LamDS, and Chandeliers,
Just Received from the Factory.
A HEW LINE OF REFIUGERATOHS
A Full Line of the Favorite
Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Cliests.
DISSTON'S SAWS AND FILES; NEW LINES OF LOCKS, AND
Shelf Hardware, TCtc,
Planet Jr. Cultivator;
Artesian River, Ewa Plantation
On Saturday. July 2Gth
Trains will loave the Honolulu Depot
t 8:45 A. LI , and 1:45 P. M., landing
passengers within fifty yards of the five
10-inch Artesian Wells, all of which
will be turned into one large water
coune made for the purpose.
X7 Trains will remain at the Wells
Tickets for the Round Trip $1.00!
THE BARK ADONIS
Has Just Arrived From Europe
With Invoices of
H.W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
TO THE LADIES !
MRS. LACK WOULD BEG TO IN
form the Ladies of 'Honolulu and,
Tourists who are desirous of purchasing
nice Mother Hubbard Wrappers, to call at
her Fancy Department. 81 Fort street,
where will be found ready made ones, and
measurement taken for orders. Terms
moderate, please give us a call. 16-Gt
Large House and Lot For Sale!
THE WELL-KNOWN DICK
sod House and Lot on Beretania
street is offered for sale. "
The Cottage and Lot occupied
by Dr. Day belong to the premises.
3t"For particulars apply to
W. F. ALLEN,
At Bishop A Co.'s Bank.
Honolulu, July 11, 1890. 1331 10-lm
LAND FOR SALE.
A PIECE OF LAND SITUATE
at Kalihi Waena, District of
Kona. Island of Onhn. Ivinc
along north side of Kalihi stream, on Ka
mehameha street, makai of O. Markham's
residence, about half a mile from King St.
This is a suitable piece of land for resi
dence, having wooden houses thereon, and
also kalo land adjoining, containing an
area of SVtf acres.
9Further particulars can be had of
a. lu. JvaauKai, over uisnop's Hank.
J. II. BENITO GUKKERO.
Honolulu, June 2fi, 1890. 151 1329-1 m
MRS. EVA M. JOHNSON,
Studio No. 27 Alakea Street,
(Formerly of New York),
Would inform the public of Honolulu that
sue is preparea to mi orders in rastel,
Water Colors. Oil, India Ink and
Crayon Portraits, Etc.
Samples can be seen at Studio and
at Hamilton House Parlors. 7-3m
SEALED BIDS WILL
be received by the un
dersigned for the pur
chase of the wrecks of
the U. S. 8. Trenton "
and " Vandalia " now on the reef in Apia
harbor, together with all anchors, chains
and appurtenances thereto belonging.
Bids will be received up to August 15,
The purchaser will be required to remove
the wrecks within tbrt-e months from date
of purchase, and to furnish satisfactory
bonds for the fulfillnieyt of contract.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
bids. " -
The terms are that half of purchase
money shall be paid at time of sale, the
balance within three months after first
payment. W BLACKLOCK,
Apia. Samoa, Mbv 22. 1890. 148-30t
FRAMES AND MOULDINGS.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.. Ld..
Fort and Merchant Streets.
E. R. Hesdkt. President and Manager.
GooraiT 1$eow5, Secretary A Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opp. Spreciels' Biak,
Importers ami Dnler in Qenral
HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY
Genuine HaviUnd China, plain &nd decorated; Wedfewood
Ware; Piano, Library and Stand Lamps,
Chandeliers and Electoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds; a complete assortment of Drills and Files;
1 1 I .1 I I I I 4' I i
The "Gaielle" 3-wheeled Kidine riow and Equaliier, Bluebeard Kice lMow,
rianters Steel and Goosenecked Hoes.
OILS: Lard, Cylinder, Kerosene, Linseed.
PAINTS, VARNISHES and BRUSHES, MANILA and SISAL HOPK,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS;
HOSE: Rubber, Wire-bound of superior quality, and Steam.
Agate Iron Ware Silver Plated Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot and Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges.
" New Process" Rope, " New Process " Twist Drills,
Gate City Stone Filters, Neal's .Carriage Paints,
Hartman's Steel-wire Fence and Steel-wire Mats,
Wm. G . Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranvres,
Hart's Patent 'Duplex" Die Stock
100-ly for Pipe and Bolt Threading
CLIMAX BAKING POWDER
40 Cents a lb. onlyTry one Can and you will always use it.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
The Only Steam
M A N U F ACT URERS O P
Ginger Me, Plain, Sweet and Cream Soda,
CHAMPA GNh CIDKK, SARSAPAKILI.A,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC.
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA AND IRON WATER.
Factory: 3STo. 23 2S"uuanu St
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 000; BELL 072.
D. T. BATTRY.
BENSON, SM1TB & CO.,
ESSRS. HOIX1STER & CO.,
the attention of the lovers of
A. Groocl Cigar
TO THE FACT THAT THEY HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
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Thoee in search of a itleasant
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(ARE THE LEADING JOUESALS OK HONOLULU.
Jonk Kka, Vlc-Prident.
Cecil Urowk, Auditor.
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Li i mu lu
Exclusive Agents for the Hiwiiiin Islands.
Soda Works in the
smoke will do well to insect this lot