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DAILY PACIFIC COMMEKOIMj ADVERTISER, JUNE 9, 1891.
1 OOLS ator?, ment. iy Hall t styles. lVURES, s' Materials es. S, AND liAlENTS 'CLONE BBER Buy! lach! bo. i5": ires, S! brk. t line SUE, 1 low 1-q IIIOS Oiflo railway k land cos TIME TABLE. FROM AND AFTER MAY 1, 1891. TRAINS A.M P.MT PUa Leare Honolulu.. .6:15 8:45 1:45 4:30t Arrive Honoullull.7:20 9:49 2:49 5:35t LeT Honoullall.730: 10:51 3:51 5:45t Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55 6:50t PEAEL CITY LOCAL. Leave Honolulu Arrive Pearl City........ leave Pearl City ..6:03 Arrive Honolulu. ..6:40 t Saturdays only. Sundays excepted. 5:30. 6:07 2708-q SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AKKIVAL8. Monday, Jane 8. Am bkt Klikitat, Cutler, 22 days from Port Townsend. Nor ship Georgina, Stanley ,61 days from Newcastle, N S W. Schr Moi Wahine from Hamakua. UKPAKTUKKN. Monday, June 8. Strar Iwalani. Weir, for Kukuihaele and Kukaian, via Lahai a. Sstrnr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai. Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson. for Koo lao. Stmr Kaala, Hagland, for "Waianae and Waialua. Schr Kulamanu for Puna. VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY. Stmr Mikahala. Campbell, for Kauai at 5 pm. , Stmr C R Bishop, Le Claire, for Ja wiliwili, Kilauea and Hauaiei, at 5 p m. Stmr James M&kee, Macaulav. for ' Kapaa, at 3 p m. . Stmr Claudine, Davies, for Maui, at 5 pm. Ger S S Independent, Schall, for Hong kong. Schr Kauikeaouli for Paauilo. 8chr Kawaiiani for Koolau. Haw schr Mary E Foster, Berry, for Laysan Island. PASSENOEKS. DEPARTURES. For San Francisco, pr bkt S O Wilder, June 6 Miss Fepoon, Jas Kelly, B B Hooner, Miss B Hooner, Miss Davis. Miss Chaffee and Miss Ferguson. For Hamakua, per stmr Iwalani, June 8 Mrs C F Horner and 28 Japanese immi grants. SHIPPING NOT159. The steamer C. R. Bishop takes the Wai aleale's Kauai route this afternoon. The steamers due to-day are: W.G. Hall from windward ports, and Zealandia from San Francisco. . The barkentine Modoc was docked near the O. 8. S. Co.'a whart" on Monday to dis charge coal. The steamer Mikahala came off from the Marine Ilailway on Monday afternoon.and the barkentine W. H. Dimond went on to be cleaned and repainted. - The bark Alden Besse took in 1,822 bags sugar from the schooner Moiwahine and 2,000 bags sugar trom the schooner Kaui keaouli on Monday. The steamer Iwalani took 23 Japanese immigrants for Hamakua on Monday. The Kaaia took the same day 13 Japanese la borers for Waianae. The Norwegian ship Georgina, Captain W. Stanley, arrived June 8th, Gl days from Newcastle, New South Wales, with 1.524 tons coal. She is at anchor m the stream on the Ewa side of the Norwegian ship Haugesund, which arrived on Saturday with 1,546 tons coal from Newcastle for Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co. The bark Newsboy arrived at Kahului last week with 1,010 tons coal. She sailed from Newcastle, New South Wales, April 11th. " . For Molonai, per stmr Mokolii, June 8 H van Gie-wi and daughter, Miss Mary Lota, Rev Taaluhi and 6 on deck. The shippers of cargo per barkentine S. G. Wilder for San Francisco, Jur e 6ih, were: O. Brewer & Co., 2.650 bags sugar; Castle fc Cooke, 8,073 bags sugar; Theo. H. Davies & Co.. 2,191 bags sugar; F. A. Bchaefer & Co , 3,797 bags sugar. Toal, 16,711 bags (1.020.28 tons) sugar, valued at $57,827.34. The German steamer Independent, J. Schall, commander, Bails for Hongkong to day. The American barkentine Klikitat. R. D. Cutler, master, sailed from Port Townsend May 16th. Had a god run and tine weather to lat. 30 deg. 34 min. N.. and long. 147 deg. 06 mm. W.; thence to lat. 26 deg. 06 mm., long. 154 deg. 57 min., ex perienced light baffling winds, calms and heavy rains. From there to port, had moderate E. and E. S. winds and pleas ant weather. On Mav 22d. in lat. 40 deg. 47 min. and long. 133 deg. 53 min.. saw a large four-masted steamer steering about W. S. W. On June 2d. in lat. 27 deg. 57 min. and long. 154 deg. 14 min., spoke the Hawaiian iron bark Andrew Welch, seven days out from Honolulu with a sugarcargo for San Franci o. Captain Morrison ri poried havi:.g had N. W. winds since leav ing Houolulu. All well. The Klikitat brings a lumber cargo for Messrs. Wilder & Co. BORN. B0 WEN In this city , January 7, to the wife of W. A. Bowen, a daughter. MAKRIED. MARKS-BASKERVILLE On Monday, June 8. at St. Andrew's Cathedral, by the Kev. Alex. Mackintosh, Louis Marks to Ellen Baskrvilie, both of this city. DIED. SILVERW00D At the Queen's Hospital, Honolau,onJnne8th,aftera short ill- ness, Matthew lleurv Silverwood, a na tive of Kirkburton, Voikshire, England, agd 35 years. LSf Friends and acquaintances are resp,ctiuily invited to attend the funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock, from the Queen's Hospital. The Gazette. m The issne of the weekly for to day is full of news. The only complete account . of layiDg of the corner stone of the new Central Union Church, which appeared in our Daily of the 4tu is reprinted in full.. Our large Daily edition was entirely exhausted before the demand for it ceased. Besides the above six col umn report the paper has the Queen's visit to Maui and return to Honolulu, Stagge'a "Pearl of the Pacific, ' or au excursion to Pearl City, and reflections on its prospec tive greatness; the great oil blaze of 300.000 gallons of Standard coal oil, which burned for nearly a week, and made an oil famine in Hono lulu; and a greater than nsual vari ety of interesting locals and edi torials. All for ten cents! ANOTHER STEAMER LINE. (From our special correspondent.) The Chronicle publishes the par ticulars of a new line of steamers to Hawaii, soon to be established. The Chronicle, ever since the DeYoun Spreckels difficulty, lias been estab lishing such lines at regular periods, out the steamers don't run or get switched off somehow. This is the latest story : "Recent indications noint tn th nrnh ability that the commerce between San francisco and Hawaii will double with in a year or two. It is stated that two immense steel ships of an atraxeeate ton nage of 6000 tons were to be built at once and placed in the trade between ban francisco and Honolulu. The im portance of these enterprises can best be estimated when it ia stated that the cost of the live vessels will aggregate ovu,uuu. nelson at Anderson, man agers ot the California Transportation Company, are principally interested in one of the new steel ships. When called upon yesterday lliey related the history . f .1. L T. vi me uig euierprie. it must do re membered that the iron vessels engaged strictly in freight business that are owned at this port may be easily counted on one hand. " t he idea of constructing a large steel vessel for the island trade," said Captain Nelson, " was lirot discussed by Captain Godfrey and myself. Captain Godirev is manager of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company, He thought the idea a feasible one, and a number of prominent shipping men, both in this city and m Honolulu, were brought into consultation. It was decided to build a steel ship that would have a carrying capacity of '6,600 tons. The employes of the Inler-Isiatid Company at Honolulu subscribed to 570 shares of the ship stock and the remaining 530 shares are owned in this city by the following persons: Captain A. Nelson, W. Anderson, Oscar Kustel, C. B. Kustel, J. F. Cunningham, Albert Rowe, Jam s Tuft, James Mc Kenna, Charles Thornquist, Matthew Klaas. M. Smith, A. Johnson J. Emigh, A. P. Gaver, Elisha Higgins, George A. Smith and George W. Hendry. The plans are for a bark-rigged vessel having lour masts. The hull is to be built en tirely ot t-teel. In constructing it special attention will be paid to conveniences for lumber and coal carriage. It will easily have a capacity for 2,000,000 feet of lumber. The general dimensions will he as follows: length 272 feet, breadth 42 leet. Plans were accepted from a ship-building firm in Glasgow, repre senting a total cost of construction of $110,000. C. B. Kustel, who will com mand the new vessel, has gone to Glas gow to superintend its construction. It will probably be finished in six months. The cabin accommodations will be equal to those of the finest British steel mer chanters, and in that particular the Ha waiian Isles the name of the new vessel will be a departure from many coast vessels. It will be supplied with the latest mechanical ingenuities tending to expedite freight handling and sail mani pulation. There will be a half dozen staterooms for passengers from the isl ands, it is proiMjsed to take lumber from North Pacific ports to Australia, to load machinery and general supplies from San Francisco lor the islands, and return with sugar cargoes." The fact that the lnter-island Steam Navigation Company ot Honolulu is in terested in both vessels is important. This company operates a line of small steamers to various Hawauan ports and makes a business of carrying sugar to Hilo and Honolulu, where it is taken by the Oceanic steamers or by sailing ves sels engaged regularly in the island trade. The fact that the company holds an interest in the two new vessels is said to indicate that a direct bid vill be made, not merely for the local transpor tation of sugar from one Hawaiian port to another, but for its direct carriage to San Francisco. G.'F. Smith & Co., who control and operate seven sailing ships to the Ha waiian Island, have closed contracts with the Hull Shipbuilding Company, at Port Blakely, to construct what will be the largest sailing vessels engaged in the Hawaiian trade and registered at this port. Two four-masted schooners are to be built. They will each have the following dimensions: Length, 220 feet; breadth, 39.9 feet; depth, 15 2 feet. The lengths are calculated between the ringtitheads and taffrails. They will be supplied with patent windlasses, power ful steam donkeys for hoisting sails, and the cargoes will be handled entirely by steam. The cabins will be furnished handsomely, and the accommodations will be spacious, convenient ana com fortable. One of the vessels is to be completed by October 1st and the other by Novemb r 1st this year, lne com bined cost of the schooners will be f 130,- 000. Supreme Court At Chambers. BEFORE DOLE, J. Monday, June 8th. In re bankruptcy of C. W. Spitz. Petition of Theo. F. Lansing, as signee, for examination of bankrupt. Partly heard and continued. Carter for assignee; Rosa for bankrupt. In re estate of Jacinto Gomes. Petition of Christina Gomes, widow, for letters of administration and guardianship. The Court appoints petitioner administratrix ana guard ian of the person and property of the minor children nnder 500 bond. Peterson for petitioner. In re guardianship of James Silas Lemon et al. Petition of Mary Ann Lemon for letters of guardianship. ThH f!nnrt annoints petitioner guard ian of the minor children under $100 bond. V. V. Ashford for petitioner. The Libel -Case. The attendance Monday afternoon at the preliminary examination at the Police Court of Hon. J. E. Bush and Mr. D. L. Huntsman on two charges of libel was quite large. Mr. Bush's case was disposed of first; he waived all defense and was committed for trial before the Su preme Court. In the course of his examination, he stated that he in spired the articles in question and Mr. Huntsman put them into shape. The latter was also committed for trial before the Supreme Court. The bouds in both cases were the same as before. Brain workers, and all who have to stand the severe mental strain conse quent on intellectual employment, find Clements' Tonic invaluable. Hol uster & Co. are the Agents for the islands. LOCAL AND ' GENERAL. A situation i wanted by a young man. The shower of rain that fell yes terday afternoon was gladly wel comed. The International Rifle Associa tion meets at the usual place and time this evenmg. Mr. H. H. Williams has already 6old two of the three pianos import ed tne otner week. On Monday. June 29th. Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will hold an extensive sale of residence lots. There is no decrease in the interest of the Wichman Watch Club. See list of winning numbers. It was reported at this office last evening mat Migcins died at the nsane Asylum at 10 p. m. jjxi . xj. v. ucuuiuau uas lately re Tll. K tj. W n 1 14 1 . ceived a Dumber of handsome bng-- kiwb Hiiu puaeions. r you want a . J 1 . T . " nne turnout, now is your time. Court Diary June 9th, Estate C JN. Arnold; bankruptcy J. Haole; luoxunui vs. Mokunni; Kaheanu vs Nalimu; Kaniku vs. J. M.Monsarrat Mr. Oscar Herold will have charge of the musical part of the pro gramme to be given at the Opera a.iuu oamruay evening, June 20th. The Scottish Thistle Club. The rooms on Merchant street were for the first time occupied vfistprdav evening by the Scottish Thistle Club. i he meeting was called to order at 7 :4S P. M. by Chief Sandeman. During the transaction of business, the Honorary Chief, the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, and the i'ostmatter-General took their seats. At the conclusion nf hninUuQ tua . - - lU.MVOJ, 11 .U I1UU. Chief was installed, and he addressed the meetins. concrrafnlatinir tho ..Ik.. its promising beginning, and expressed .uupe tuai. me ocottisn Thistle club of Honolulu would . - .-v v VAIUV uuu w increase; that the members would be loyal and true one to another, and to the country of their adoption. Scotsmen, xiv cam, iu lonowing me dictates ot their hearts have 3ft times been overwhelmed but never conquered. The hon. gentle man stated h for a while on a visit to the " Auld coun- ine and expressed a hope that on his return he wonlH find na nnt nnW ot;ii organized, but the first to welcome him uaua., a powenui ana popular organiza tion. Havine enioved a vro nlaoaont lner. the Hon. Ohief hrfo tha lnK nnnA night and was responded to by " Auld Lang Syne " in the most enthusiastic manner at 10 o'clock. The genial P. M. G. then took charge and held the rT an. iovincr themnelvpfl to , I Heath of M. H. Silverwood. ' W MA " . jyiattnew nenry Silverwood. whose death is recorded in another column, was well and popularly known on the Pacific Coast and these islands. For several years past he has been in the employ of the O. S. S. Co. as assistant encinppr on the Australia, and was at one time cmei oi tne 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s Waialeale on the Kauai route. Not feeling well on the last trip of the Australia, he was in duced by friends to remain over here, where he could be properly cared for. After stavine a few davs with'friends and becoming worse, he "was taken to the queen s Hospital, where he expired last evening. Deceased was a member of the Marine Engineers Benevolent Society No. 35 of San Francisco, and was liked for his many good qualities. He leaves a mother and father ia the Old Country, besides a large number of friends, to mourn meir loss. iNotice ot funeral else where. SPECIAL. BUSINESS ITEMS. HDYELERS' PASTILLES in all Flavors for Sale only at The Elite Ice Cream 2785-3t Parlors. CAKES, PIES and FANCY PASTRIES in Greatest Va riety and of Excellent Quality you can always get at The Elite Ice Cream Parlors. 2785-2w New ijotrtisements. E. G. SCHUMAN Hotel St. near Fort St. Two Extra Fine Surreys and several handsome PHAETONS, For Sale at Very Low Prices ! 2786-lw WANTED. SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN from the States; has always worked in a store, but is willing to do anything. Ad dress " Work," this office. 2786-21 International Rifle Association. THE ABOVE ASSOCIATION HOLDS its regular weekly meetine THIS TUESDAY EVENING at 7:30 pharp. Special business: all are invited. Coriier Bethel and Hotel streets. Per order. A. COYNE, 2786-lt Secretary. NOTICE. MR. CHAS. W. HEIDBORN IS AUTH orized to collect all outstanding debts of tt e City Shoeing Shop. 27S5 3t J. w. Mcdonald. -1 FOR SLTTJ. A SOUND AND GENTLE Family Horse for sale cheap. Apply of E. G. SCHUMAN, 2731-lw Hotel St. near Fort "August Flower' ' I inherit some tendency to Dys pepsia from my mother. I suffered two years in this way ; consulted a number of doctors. They did me no good. I then used Relieved In your August Flower and it was just two days when I felt great relief. I soon got so that I could sleep and eat, and I felt that I was well. That was three years ago, and I am still first class, l am never Two D ay s. without a bottle, and if I feel constipated the least particle a dose or two of August Flower does the work. The beauty of the medicine is, that you can stop the use of it without any bad effects on the system. Constipation While I was s?.ck I felt everything it seemed to me a man could feel. I was of all men most miserable. I can say, in conclusion, that I believe August Flower will cure anyone of indigestion, if taken Life of Misery with judgment. A. M. Weed, 229 Belle fontaine St., Indianapolis, Ind." 2Ztt& RiiMvtistmtnta. 750 Dozen LADIES' Silk Handkerchiefs IN ENDLESS VARIETY, From 2 to $5 per Doz. Also, a Fine Display of FANCY GOODS! CS"This is the finest thing ever offered the Honolulu trade! Imported Direct from China and Japan -BY A. BARNES, Cor. Fort and King Sts (NEW STORE). 2784-2w MARSHAL'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cution issued out of the Police Court, on the 6th day of May, A. D. 1891, against Ah Puck alias Ah Park defendant, in favor of the Hawaiian Tramways Co., L'd. plaintiff, for the sum of $46.78, 1 have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the front entrance of Kalakaua Hale, in the District otKona, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 M. of MONDAY, the 6th day July, A. D. 1891, to the highest bidder, all the right, title and interest of the said Ah Puck alias Ah Pack, defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judg ment, interest, costs and my expenses be previously paid. List of property for sale: One Redwood Stove. (Sig.) J. A. MEHRTEN, Depuiy Marshal. Honolulu, Jnne 5, 1891. 2783-lm 1378-3t HOST. A MEDIUM BROWN PLAID CAPE, trimmed with dark brown fur. Lost somewhere along tbe road to Waikiki. Re turn to this office and receive reward. 2784-tf H EMOVED ! DR. HENRI G. McGREW HAS RE nioved his office to Alakea St.. between Hotel and Beretania. 2782-1 w THE WONDER OF THE AGE! Edison's Phonograph ! ANEW CYLINDER, GIVING A change of Song, Music and Speeches is plac-d in the Instrument every day I jgr"Call and see the marvellous ma chine NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE COMMERCIAL BILLIARD PARLORS 2771-1 m Final Notice. THE DEBTORS TO THE ESTATE OF W. S. Luce are hereby notified tha, if the amounts due by them are not paid be fore the 10th da of June next, at tb,ffiCfi of Frank Brown. 29 Merchant street, steps will be taken in the Police Court for the collection of the same wjfhout further J. P. tfACKFELD, uotice. JUMUS HOTlIsG, 1LBRM FOCKE, Assignees of thgrEstate of W. S. Lnce. May 28, 1891 2777-10 1 For Sale. THE IRON TUG ALICE of Hilo, is offered for sale cheap. She is in good order, and will be delivered in Ho- pollu if necessary. Any one wanting information, inquire at the VOLCANO STABLES, 27-U-im Hilo, Hawaii. REG AJNT The above cut is an excellent illustration of our Horizontal Engines which we manufacture in sites from ?4 to 20 Horse Power, and are adapted for Pumping, Electric Lighting, Running Elevators, Harvesting and Thrashing Macmnes, Printing Presses, Boot and Shoe Machinery, Circular, Band and Jig Saws, Hoisting, Mill and Mining Machinery, Coffee Alills and Roasters, Polishing and Fanning Machines, Ventilating Apparatus, Emery Wheels, etc.; in fact everywhere power is needed. gXJ The Regan Vapor Engines having more than realized the anticipations of purchasers, we have now the pleasure to submit Local References. '' REFERENCE : Mb. Joseph Tinkfb: Honolulu, June 1. 1891. Dear Sib I pu chased from you one of your 2 Horse-Power Hobizvjtal Regan Vapob Fsoines, and after four montn trial it has worked in every way niot satisfactorily. The Engine making 230 Revolutions and runiug a Rotary PJP win X3KXX making 180 devolutions without anv effort. It is'dehvering the wa-er with great force 45 feet above, at the rate of 30 gallons Der minute, or 2,000 gallons per hour. It is run by the yard man, and he finds no troutle whatever in running it. It la doing every thing that was claimed lor it, and I should consider it a very Handy, Safe and Simple Engine for anyone to run who is not an engineer, and therefore recommend these engines to anyone. I remain, yours rPu7;DTVai.I MARK.. P. ROBlMSOr(. gtj Illustrated Catalogues can be had and the Engine can be seen running in full operation at the Crrr Meat Market, Nuuanu street. 2781-tf WE DON'T SELL EARTHQUAKES HOLLISTEK & CO., -IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN- DEU(x8, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumes ami Soaps, Sponges, Etc. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE Eye Glasses, Opera Glasses A Full Line HOLLISTER & CO., 109 Fort Street. 2651-q 'NOTICE. CHUN TUCK. HAS THIS 2d DAY OF Jane, 1891, sold his interest in the flrui known as WingChong Tai doing a general carpentering business at 39 King street. Honolulu, Oahu, to his partner Quick Wai also a member of said firm. All accounts due said firm will be collected by Chun Tuck who will not be responsible for any accounts against said firm. Ail accounts against Wing Chong Tai will be paid, if presented within the next thirty davs bv Quick Wai. 2780-6t WING CHONG TAI. Tbe ADVERTISER Is the Leading Dally Paper of the Islands. tar No Steam! No Fire! No Boiler! AAJPOIi JOS. TINKER, B UT WE HAVK, THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF HARDAAEE Stoves, Ranges, Cctlert. Glassware and China there is on the Islands ! EOTBy recent arrivals we have ad ded largely to our Stock of HAVILAND CHINA., CUT GLASSWARE, SILVER WARE and CTJTLiKrtY, So that it is, to-day, the best in the city ! Manila Rope, all sizes; Celebrated Pansy Stoves, and Golden Anvil Steel Ranges. THE AEKMOTOR The only Windmill made of Steel and that will run in a dead calm 1 Fairbank's Scales, Agricultural Implements, New Easy and Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers. PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES Builders' Hardware, Carpenters' and Machinists' Tools, tT Which we sell at Prices Lower THAN EVER BEFORE! ThcBawaiian Hardware Go Fort St., Opp. Spreckels Block. 1367 265l-q TOBACCOS, Finest Havana, Manila A.ISTD: American Cigars, Cigarettes Pipes, Etc. NAPA SODA WATEJl Opera Glasses, Eye Glasses of Spectacles -NOTICE. ALL ACCOUNTS DUE THE WOO D lawn Dairy and Stock Company of more than sixty days standing, if not set tled on or before the loth day of J une, 1891, will be placed in the hands of a Collector All customers who fail to pay their bills within sixty days after the bills have been presented will be liable to have their milk stopped without further notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY & STOCK CO 2775-2w Frank Pabker, Manager. No Danger! ElVGrllN E ! Sole : As;ent FOR THE HAWAUAN ISLANDS. CROCKERY AN GLASSWARE Theo. H. Davies & Co., QUEEN STREET. FOR TWO WEEKS! TO MAKE ROOM FOR EW AR RIVALS. A Reduction of 25 per Cent . On Regular Prices will be ; allowed on : DINNER SETS Dessert Sets, Breakfast Sets, Tea Sets, MusliJ Sets, Toilet Sets, Tumblers Salad Bowls, Vases. The Stock of These ia Large, Varied and Attractive. Also, a Large Assortment of JLiaces, Rib"bons, HANDKERCHIEFS! fj&"kl a Redaction cf jj per cent. May 25, 1801. 2C51-q '"FRANK B. AUERBACiC Agent to Take Acknowledgements to Instruments fob the District or Kona, Oahu. l- Office Oahu R. R. & L. Co.'s Depot, up- stai rs May 11, 1891. 2761-lm L. A. THURSTON. W. F. FRKAR. THURSTON & FREAR, Al torneys - at - Law, HONOLULU, H. I. 'Office over Bishop's Bank. April 2, 1891. 2730-q SpecialSale DECANTERS GLASSES