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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 5, 1891. LOCAL AND GENERAL LOST HER ANCHORS. JCcro SttDtrtiscmcnta. 3Trm 32rxrrtiscmcnU. V Si; a''.-. - i OAHO RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S TIME TABLE. TO TAKE EFFECT OCT. S3, 1890. T It "..INS .M. A.M. P.M. P... :15 8:45 1:45 4:30t J 9:40 2:40 5:35t . oO 10:51 3:51 5:45) .:3V 1 1:55 4:55 6:50t Leave Honolulc . Arrive Uonoullu' Leave llononllul) Arrive Honolulu. t Saturdays only. Sundays excepted. 63-tf Tides, Sun ud Moon. BY O. i. LYONS. PI 0D s D , a a 3 o 99 o . B a 52 5 q a. o a ft! a.m. p.m. a.m. Hon.... rnes... Wd.... Thnr... irn et..... Bon.... CO 4.60 6.60 6.30 6.32 1.51 2.44 8. 48 4.47 5.51 Hett 6.U2 7.13 p.m. 0. 30 1.10 1. so 2.40 6'.m. 5.20 6.60 7.60 8.10 9.30 6.39 6.33 0.50 1.40 6.00 6.50 7.5a 6.3i 6.84 6.1 6.40 6.40 6.40 5.35; 3.10 S.lOl 8.55 10.10 6. a; 5.37 4.00 4. 60110. 00 11. 00 6.40 The Time Signal for the Port Is given at 12 h. 0 m. 0 t. (midulght) of Greenwich time, or 1 h. 28 m. 34 s. r. x. of Honolulu Observatory time. It is given by the Steam Whistle of the Ilouoluta Planlug Ml 1, t few door above the Custom dome. The game whietle la sounded cor rectly at Honolulu Mean Noon. Observatory u eruliau, or iu h. 31 m. 26 s. of Greenwich iine. O. J. Lyons, In Charge of Time. ' Meteorological. I BAKOM. CO B !ay 3.B a ian. 2M ao.ls; ju.osi 77 0.0J 780.00 63 3 ESE INK N K ESE BSE ENB NX 4-6 Kon 29 JO. 16.30.07 69)10-5 4 iue,30 A).18,?.08 78'U.OO, C9 5 6 5 6 10 4-5 VTed fhur ?rl.. 8t.. 30 11 3o.(8 2T '9 78 7s 77j 741 0.00 0.01 75 65 70 6 5 5 6 10. VJ ii 10 Q.in 0.04 3.1.04! 20.V4 6-0 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ATUtlVAI.S. Satcruay. Jan 3. Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, 29 days trom Departure Bay. Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, from Wai manalo. . Sunday, Jan. 4. Stmr Mikahala, Campbell, from Kauai. Stmr Claudine, Davis, from Maui. Am bkt Geo C Terkins, Krebs, from Port Townsend. Schr Kauikeaouli from Kohala. Schr Liholiho f rom Waianae. Schr Kawailani trom Koolau. DKPAKTl'KES. Saturday, Jan. 3. Stmr Kaala, Hagland, for Waianae and Stmr Kaimiloa, Walker, for Lahaina. Schr Mille Morris for Koolau. Schr Lavinia for Kauai. VKSSKLS LEAVING TO-DAY. Stmr Hawaii, Clarke, for Nuu and Ha.a lau at 4 p ru. Stmr J as Makee, Macauley, lor Kapaa at 4 p m. Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koolau at 9 a in. Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau. VESSELS IN PORT. Eark Wakefield, Howes. New York. Bk Discovery, McNeill, San Francisco. Am tern Alcalde. A E Smith. Port T'd. BkWm Le Lacheur.Wm Auld, Hongkong. Schr Olsra. Rodin. San Francisco. Am teru Vesta. Fridbere. Eureka. Bknte S G Wilder, Griftiths.San Francisco. Am bk Will W Case, Whalman. S F. Am bk Albert, Winding, St Rosalia, Mex. U S S Mohican, Shepard, from Hilo. Bk C D Bryant, Jacobson, San Francisco. Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, Departure Bay. Am bkt G C Perkins, Krebs, Port T'd. VESSELS Veeiela. JCXriSCTKD. Where from. Due. ...Liverpool ......Jan 15 , . . Liverpool ...... Feb 25 ...New York...... Feb 21 ...New York...... Mar 1 ..(Mahukona)S F.Dec 25 . .San Francisco.. Dec 31 Bk Charlotte.. Ship Fifesliire Bk Santiago... Bk Vivax Schr J C Ford Bk Eleotra Rt P K Thnmnonn . .( R&hnluilNan . J an 20 BkC O Whit more.. Newcastle . ....Jan 10 R M S S Zealandia. Colonies Jan 10 bk J C Pfluger Bremen Feb 25 S S Amigo Mexico Dec 30 Bk Foohns Saey.... Boston Apl 7 S S Australia San Francisco.. J an & BkHHackfeld Liverpool Apl 4 Tern Wm Renton..Newc't(Kahului)Jan31 Wirt RnhtSnii.lpn Newc'tt Kahului Feb 5 Bk J O Porter Nanaimo Jan 10 FASSKNOEHS. ARRIVALS. From Maui, per stnir Claudine, Jan 4 MS Grinbaam, C Bolte, Mrs Dunn and son, Mrs J V Mackenzis, Hon H P Bald win, J H Nui, F Klingenstein, G VV R King, Mai Fai, J M Sims, Mrs Berkley, Miss Olive Berkley. H B CockrUl, W L Roberts, and 22 deck passengers. From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala. Jan 4 F Vi Glade, W V Lockwood, II M Whit ney, jr, Geo Mundon, Mr Kitcat, Miss Mahlum, Miss Bella Lindsay, Ahsani, Chun Hee, Ako, J llama, and 60 deck pas sengers. SUIPFI3SO NOTES. The steamer Claudine arrived yesterday morions from Maui with 2,110 sacks suar, 100 sacks potatoes, 50 sacks taro, 2S sacks corn, fcl sacks hides, and 70 packages sun dries. The steamer Mikahala arrived January 4th from Kauai with 5,368 sacks sugar, 100 sacks rice, and 117 hides. The b; rkentine Di covery took in 1,200 bags sugar on Saturday from the steamer J. A. Cummins. The tern Vesta is loading sugar at the Oceanic Steamship Company's wharf. The American bark Ceylon, Captain Calhoun, arrived on Saturday morning 29 days from Departure Bay, British Col umbia. She experienced a succession of gales to latitude 32deg. S., and thence to pert hai tra le winds accompanied by showery weather. The bark J.C.Porter was to leave Nanaimo with coal for this port shortly after her. The Ceylon brings about 1,000 tons of coal for Messrs. Allen fc Robinson. She will begin to discharge her cargo this morning near the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf. Public Concert. The Hawaiian Band will give a public concert at Emma Square this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the programme: 1. March Corporal's Guard Ripley 2. Overture Hungarian Keler Bela 3. Waltz Toreador Royle 4. Selection Boccaccio Kappey Songs E mau ke Ea. Kuu Wehi. Wai Aniani. 5. Air Torquato Tnsso Donizetti k Idyll The Forgein the Forest.Meyrelles 7. Mazurka Entre Nous ...Faust 8, Galop -Vivat Zikoff Hawaii Ponoi. THERMO S 5 All Government English Schools open to-day. Levey's auction sale was well at tended on Saturday. Alfred Neuman, the ladies' tailor, has retired from business. The Hawaiian Hotel is receiving a new coat of paint on the outside. The Lord Fauntleroy Company returned by the Claudiao Sunday morning. The Pioneer Building and Loan Association meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock. , Stockholders of C. Brewer & Co., Limited, will meet 10 a. m., Monday, January 12tb. The Hawaiian Band will give its usual concert at Emma square this evening at 7:30 o'clock. f fV. T. Monsarrat, veterinary suk- ireon. has removed his othce to th Club Stables, r ort street. The January number of the Friend, the oldest periodical pub lished on the islands, is out. The Anglican Church Chronicle made its appearance on Saturday an interesting number throughout. f -sfhe bark S. G. Wilder will be pi on ine iuarine xvauway ior ibb pur- J 4 a! 1 l pose of having her annual hull scrape. xi is sum mat ine xane gin is m a very critical condition, having been sbot in the abdomen instead of the thigh. - JThe new bark Albert is partly -rfwned by Mr. Albert S. Wilcox, of Hanamaula, Kauai, after whom it was named. Creditors of aDd debtors to thej estate of Gustav Finley are request ed to call upon H. it. Macfarlane, Danish Consul. Two cases come up before J ustico Judd, C. J., Tuesday: Proof of will in estate of W. L. Green, also of i Annie C. Covington, Michado estate. A meeting of stockholders of the Hawaiian Agriculture Company will be held at 10 a. m., Thursday, Jan uary 15th, at the office of O. Brewer &Co. Lewis J. Levey has in this issue a mortgage notice of sale. ' The prop erty is on the mauka side of Hotel street, between Smith and Nuuanu streets. The other day posters were "put up on street corners, etc., by a Sa moan, proclaiming his title to the land. They were promptly removed j by the authorities. Sealed proposals will be received till 10 a. m., January 12th, at the office of the Oahu Railway and Land Company, for construction of the Pearl City branch of the Oahu rail wav. L : . A lie llart & Uo., candy manufac turers, are adding a bakery to their establishment. Judging from their mince pies, the lovers of good things to eat will know where to go for them. When people in Honolulu are sheltering themselves from the rain by umbrellas, down at the Waikiki Villa they are basking in sunshine or else swinging in hammocks under the trees. " The Minister of Finance gives notice that all drafts on the treasury for the payment of salaries of Gov ernment employees must be signed by the head of the department under which they serve. uaienaars still continue to arrive; one from Theo. H. Davies & Co., as agents of the Northern Assurance Company,was printed in Edinburgh; another, and a very convenient one for memorandum space, is received with compliments of the Hawaiian News Co. The Maul New Year's Shoot. Below is given the result of the first match between the Wailuku and Makawao gun clubs. The shooting took place at the Kahului shooting range ; distance 200 yards : WAILUKTT TEAM. C. Neilsen.. ........ 5 32444443 437 P. Mondt 0 43443334 331 A. Horner... 4 3 4354434 3-37 H. 11. Plemer 3 3 2435442 4-34 Dr. Geo. Herbert. . .5 5324 4 434 438 Win. Barclay 4 32402033 223 D. Morton 4 34444443 438 Grand Total ... 238 MAKAWAO TEAM. H. Zumwalt 5 33444434 438 Jas. Cowan 3 34034344 2--30 N. Onifted :..4 44444534 339 W.vonGravemeyer3 03344244 330 Geo. Heinemann...4 43324444 4 3( T. L. Gulick !3 2 3 433433 331 G. Gillen ..2 43442344 2-32 Grand Total 23G An Unsuccessful Hani. Sometime during last Friday night an entrance through a side window was affected in the Friend building, occupied by the Press Publishing Co., for the object it is supposed of robbery, although the thief got nothiDg for his pains. A drawer containing money and other valua bles in a table was pried open, but somehow or other the money es caped detection and was undis turbed. No clue as yet to the guilty party. The building is within a stone's throw of the Police Station, which makes the attempt at bur glary, a bold one. The American barkentine Geo. C. Per kins, Captain Krebs. arrived yesterday afternoon from Port Townsend with a cargo of 1 lumber. She anchored off port last night, and will come in this morning. A Storm on the Coast of Kobala Tears a Schooner from Her Moorings. Messrs. Allen & Robinson's schooner Kauikeaouli arrived off port yesterday morning from Kohala, Hawaii, and signaled for help. Mr. ; A.McGurn, shipping clerk of Messrs. Allen & Robinson,went out in a boat with six native Beamen to render aid. On their arrival they found the vessel in charge of only two men, the mate and a sailor, both Hawanans. The mate, Mr. Allen Swinton, son of Captain H. S. Swinton, is only a youngster about twenty years of age. From what little obtained from the boat boys who were out to the vessel it appears that the schooner Kaui keaouli was lying safely at anchor at ivohala last week. A portion of her freight was landed, and Captain Kaai and the rest of the crew were ashore. A storm unexpectedly arose, and the schooner after facing it for some time lost all hor anchors. The young mate resolvfd to make for Honolulu. The main boom was broken, and Mr. Swinton sailed his vessel for this port, with only the loresaii, and arrived here Sunday morning. There being no tow-boat, and the commanding officer fearing to enter port without the use of his mainsail, the Kauikeaouli laid off and on until this morning, when a steamer will be sent out to tow her in. The story of the two men created quite a sensation yesterday among Buaittriug men, especially anion? na ,tive seamen, who perhaDs never be- lore neard of a large schooner being sailed saiely from Hawaii to Hono lulu by only two men. Sealed Proposals. Offick Oahu Railway & Land Co 1 liONOLCLU, H. 1., Jan. 5, 1891. LIE A LED PROPO.-J A f.S win. nv tv. ceived At this nffipe until in rvib- & on the 12th day of January, 1891, for tbt- luuatiuuuuu oi me t ean oitv crancn ot the Oahu Railway. For spec tications and uriuer iniormauon atpiv at this office. C. H. Rltikp.tct, 2G54-lw Chief Engineer O. R. & L. Cc. P. JB. & L. A. mHE REGULAR MONTHLY HISUT. ing of the Pioneer Building and Loan Association will be held MONDAY EV EN ING, Jan. 5th, in the Chamber of Com merce Rooms, at 7-30 o'clock. Subscribers to tne stock in the second series will be required to make theirnrst payment then. 2053-2t T. F. LANSING, Secretary. Notice of Bemoval. W. T. MONSARRAT, VETER- maty ourg'sun. uas removea uis office to tae Clab Stables, Fort street. Telephones 477. 2054-lw Estate of Gustav Einley. Royal Danish Consulate, ) -Honolulu, Dec. 10, ISOO.f ALL PERSONS HANING CLAIMS airainst the ahnv potato nm herohv re quested to present same to the undersigned lor payment within six months from this date or they will be forever barred ; and persons indebted to said estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. H. R. MACFARLANE, 2654-5t Consul. Annual Meeting. rriHE ANNUAL mf.rtiko ni? RTnnv -"- holders of the Hawaiian Agricultural company will be held on THURSDAY, the 15th insfc.. nt. 10 oVlrvk- a m nf h of fice of C. Brewer & Co., Ld., on Queen sireei. j. u. uautek, Secretary H. A. Co. Honolulu, Jan. 3, 1891. 2651-10t Meeting Notice. STOCKHOLDERS OF C. BREWER & o Co., Ld.,will please take notice that the Quarterly meetinsr of the Comoration will be held on MONDAY, the 12th inst, at 10 o clock a. m., at the olhce on Queen St. J. O. CARTER, Secretary C. B. & Co., Ld. Honolulu , Jan. 5, 1891. 2654-1 w Star Mill Company. A SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS MEET ing will be held at the office of W. R. Castle at 10 A. m., January 12, 1891. Im portant business. JOHN HIND, 154-2w 1355-2t President." Annual Meeting. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the Mutual Telephone Co. will be held on MONDAY, Jan. 12, 1891. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the Comnanv'a Building. Every Stockholder is requested to aiiena, as a proposition to consolidate with the Bell Telephone Co. will be laid oeiore tnem ior consideration. C. O. BERGER. 154-td Secretary. NOTICE ! mHE HOURS OF DIVINE SERVICE for the Second Conerecation of St. Andrew's Cathedral will be, until further notice, as follows: ON SUNDAYS. Morning Prayer at 9:45 A. M. Evening Prayer at 6:30 p. M. Sunday School at 9:15 A. m. FRIDAY. Evening 7:30 P. M. Prayer and Choir Practice at Through the kindness of Mr. Pain, man ager of the Hawaiian Tramwav Co , the cars will run to suit the above hours as follows: From Pauoa to Cathedral, 9:25 a. m. From Cathedral to Pauoa, 11:00 a. m. From Pauoa to Cathedral, 6:15 p. m. From Cathedral to Pauoa, 7:30 p. m. The car which has hitherto started from Pauoa at 7:33 on Sunday evenings will leave at 7:20. 2052-2t R EAD THE DAILY ADVERTISER if yon want the latest news. I J. LUDWIG MEYER, Practical House and PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY. No. 130 Fort St., ENTERPEISE PETER HIGH: - Prop. Office and Mill oil Alakea near Queen Street. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Etc., Etc. MOULDINGS Turned and Sawed Work. t .jjt. i&Tjr ...... -' ' yr'l-T! Having secured the services of Superin indent, L'am now prepared to Building.gand will Superintend the Construction of the same. PJeaso call and examino designs jTPrompt attention to all orders. 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