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DA1L.Y I'ACLFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVEHTISEK, AUGUST lO.
Per O. ct- O. S. S. Oceanic, San
Francisco, August ist.
f From our 3an FraneIs?o Correspondent.
Explorer Peary's Bad Luck,
A dispatch from St. John's,
of July 31, zys : Lieutenant Peary,
according to reports from Labrador,
was in bad straits there last week.
Ho reached Battle harbor on July
18th, after a passage of three days
from here, during which ho encoun
tered very tempestuous weather.
The heavy seas swept over the ship,
dalaaging her and injuring the
burro3 that arc part of his outfit.
They were perishing when Battle
harbor wa3 reached, and he stopped
two days to enable them to recuper
ate and to repair damages.
An attempt to buy dogs there
was unsuccessful, there being none
to bo had. Ho tried Turnavick,
the next port of importance, but
there the residents demanded eo
much for them that the lieutenant
declined to bu'. He next tried
Hopedale, but there, too, the in
habitants asked cxhorbitant prices.
He was contemplating slaughtering
the burr03 when the Labrador mail
steamer Windsor Lake met the
Lieutenant Peary was much ex
ercised at the delay which was
befing caused, and which would
injuriously affect his project of
reaching Greenland. By rights he
should be there by this time. The
Kite, with the relief expedition,
reached McCorniick bay last year
on August 2d. Lieutenant Peary
doc3 not believe he can reach port
before the end of this month or
reach Bowdoin bay before late in
August. Ho will therefore run the
risk of finding the ica pack imper
vious or, if he get3 through, of hav
ing his steamer frozen in there all
Thi3 is the most likely contin
gency, and she also runs the risk
at this lato period of being ripped
and crushed by the heavy ice. Any
of these contingencies would seri
ously affect is not ruin the expedi
tion. Arms For Hawaii.
The San Francisco Call of July
29 prints a statement that within
the past month arms have been
shipped to Hawaii, and the belief
is thut an attempt is being niade
to placo tho natives in a position to
effect a successful counter revolu
tion against tho Provisional govern
ment. As Ions: sko as March, Winchos-
ter rifles and cartridges ?"r,;
have been shin- ' &outh
Seas bv 41 ,uMng fleet and most
v v i iound their way to Hawaii.
jenty-eight cases of Winchester
iflc3 are also said to have been
- sent by steamer, consigned simply
to the initial 4kD." These weapons
were purchased of a local dealer by
a mysterious person, who refused
to say for whom they were in
tended, but the agent paid cash.
This was a month ago. The steam
ship people, however, deny that any
fucIi shipment was made.
San Francisco News.
Three thousand dollars worth of
opium was seized by Deputy Sur
veyor Ruddell on the 29 ult.
The "Silvcrites" had a big mass
meeting in Metropolitan Temple
recently. About 3000 bi-metallists
The cruisade against side doors
and "Ladies Entrances" to saloons
still continues, the W. C. T. U.
pushing the matter.
It is provable that action will be
taken by; ho United States gov
ernment to nave the Sailors Home
property revert to the Federal
authorities, and that the govern
ment will run the place.
Governor-General Sergins, etc.,
Douschovskoi of Siberia left for
America by the Peru recentlv. He
traveled incognito in tills country.
Negotiations for the settlement
of the affairs of the Pacific and
People's Homo savings banks are in
progress but the banks have not
Daniel McSweeny, known all
over tho country as the "Irish Sus
pect," died at his home in this city
last week. He took a leading part
in the Land League troubles and
was once eighteen months in a
Millionaire E. F. Scar!e3 has
given several valuable pictures to
the Hopkins School of Art.
The scandal attached to the pur
chase of the bog frito for the post
oi'ice at 7th and Mission slr-eM ij
tc bo investigated at tho coming
fic-sinn of conircF3.
fVnlrr.lhT J'otol of Washington
(, 1 pubiino it fctr.it'wiv'iitr lo t:i;
dramatized in order to provide a
fund lor Lvanb defense. Lvaus
wife and daughter are both to Ap
Judge Ross of the United fcUte3
district court, Los Angeles, has de
cided in a test case that the penal
parts of the Geary law are uncon
stitutional, but that Chinese ma
bo deported. The Chinese lawyers
are determined to take a new test
case to the .United Statea supreme
The headquarters of the Califur
nian Magazine have been removed
to New York for economical rea
sons. The body of John Martin, the
Weaverville mining millionaire, is
to be exhumed and the stomach
examined for arsenic. It is sus
pected that his wife poisoned him.
J. B. Stetson has started a move
ment to get a government appro
priation to blow up Arch rock and
Sling rock in the harbor.
The establishment of Buyer &
Reich, at No. 221 Bush street, was
burned out on the 31st. Loss $2"0,
000; insurance $150,000.
Attachments have been secured
by the Thompson-Houston Electri
cal Co. against the cars of the San
Francisco and San Mateo Co. to
secure payment for electrical cars.
Tho attachment has been raised
and a big litigation is promised.
II. B. Hunt, of the firm of Moore,
Hunt fc Co., wholesale liquor deal
ers, died on the 21st ult., aged 55
The opposition ferries to Oakland
are doing a big business.
General John Daggett has as
sumed tho superintendency of the
mint, succeeding General W. II.
Jack Dempsey, ex-middle weight
champion, has gone to New
York to offer to fight any welter
weight for the championship at
Jackson has returned to Amer
ica from England. He says he is
glad he i3 to meet Corbett next
June. He thinks Corbett will de
feat Mitchell without trouble.
Considerable trouble is being
found in deciding where Corbett
and Mitchell are to fight. Corbett
wants Coney Island, N. Y., and
Mitchell tho Columbian club at
Raby, Ind. A disagreement seems
George Green of San Francisco
(Young Corbett) was defeated by
Paddy Smith at Raby, Ind., on the
31st, in twenty-nine rounds.
The American yacht Navahoe
wa3 beaten in the regatta of tho
Royal Yacht club at Cowes, Eng
land, on the 31st ult. Both the
Brittania (owned by the Prince of
Wales) and the Valkyrie passed
W. HefTelfinger, Yale's great
right guard, has been engaged by
tho Olympic club to coach the
Olympic club football team for the
coming football season.
Stansbury, the Australian oars
man, has been challenged by Jake
Gaudaur to row three miles and a
turn for $2500 a side (charr
ship not included .r.rce miles
straight r'the champion-
' craudaur is now champion
of the world by having defeated
Stansbury in Austin, Texas.
Hobart and Havey have won the
American championship (doubles)
at Chicago in tho tournament just
closed. Tobin and Taylor wero not
Adolph Spreckels is erecting a
splendid stable at the entrance to
the park near Dickey's place. He
will spend about $25,000 on the
place. His trotting horses have
lately done remarkably well both
here and in the East.
Morello won the Wheeler handi
cap at Chicago on July 22d in 2 :05,
equalling the world's record for a
mile and a quarter.
LA UA ISA L UNA S 25 31 IN A R lr.
The Term Will Open on the nth
of Next Month.
Mr. Editor : Please notify your
readers, for me, that Lahainaluna
seminary will open again on the
11th day of September next. The
teaching force will be full and I
expect a prosperous year. All boys
who bring certificates of honorable
dismissal from the school last at
tended, who are willing to work
with hands and heads, and who
iiavo puieuea me stuaies oi the
public school course as far as to in
clude an elementary knowledge of
fractions, will be welcomed. It is
particularly desired that all boys,
old and new, present themselves
promptly at the beginning of the
Henry S. Tow.nsend,
Leases of Land Sold.
Two leases of government land
were soil yesterday at noon in
front of the executive building.
The lease for ten years of the Xo
hala Wr. lands comprising Tt'T.I
acres, was fcold at ib" upset price
of $25() per annum to tht estate of
Y!m k-'U': ;f '.V2 ?cr". joa-i ris
I'rovisional Government of the
B. Dole, President of the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, and Minister of Foreign Af
fairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior.
S. 31 . Damon, Minister of Finance.
V. O. Smith, Attorney-General.
W.C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Pro
visional Government of the Hawaiian
Jamea F. Morgan,
E. D. Tenney,
W. F. Allen,
F. M. Hatch.
Jos. P. Mendonca.
Chas. T. Kodgers, Secretary Ex. and
Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice.
Hon. It. F. Bickerton, First Associate
Hon. W. F. Frear, Second Associate
. IIenry Smilhf Chief Cierk.
Fred Wundenberg, Deputy Clerk .
Geo. Lucas, Second Deputy Clerk.
J. Walter Jones, Stenographer.
Second Circuit: (Maui) A. N. Kepoikai.
Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) S.
Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy.
Offices and Uourt-room in Court House,
King street. Sitting in Honolulu
The first Monday in February, May,
August and November.
Department of Foreign Affairs.
Office in Capitol Building, King street.
His Excellency Sanford B. Dole, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs.
Geo. C. Potter, Secretary.
W. Horace Wright, Ed. Stiles, Lionel
Department of the Interior.
Office in Capitol Building, King
Uia Excellency J. A, King, Minister of
Chief Clerk, John A. Hassinger.
Assistant Clerks : James II. Boyd, M. K.
Keohokalole, James Aholo, Stephen
Mahaulu, George C. Ross, Edward
Chiefs of Bureaus, Interior Depart
ment. Surveyor-General, W. D. Alexander.
Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell.
Supt. Water Works, Andrew Brown.
Inspector, Electric Lights, John Cassidy.
Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. TJifnT?.-
Road Supervisor, HonoluV'W. II. Cum-
Chlr a'eer Firo Dept.,
Supt. Insano Asylum, Dr. A. Mc Wayne
Department of Finance.
Oilk-e, Capital Building, KiDg
Minister of Finance, II13 Excellency S.
Auditor-General, George J. Ross.
Registrar of Accounts, Geo. E. Smithies.
Clerk to Finance Office, Carl Widemann.
Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B.
Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw.
Deputy Tax Assessor, W. C. Weedon.
Po3tmaster-Generah J. Mort Oat.
Office, Custom House, Esplanade, Fort
Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle.
Deputy-Collector, F. B. McStocker.
Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller.
Port Surveyor, M. N. Sanders.
Storekeeper, George C. Stratemeyer.
Department of Attorney-General.
Office in Capitol Building, King
Attorney-General, W. O. Smith.
Deputy Attorney-General, G. K. Wilder.
Clerk, J. M. Kea.
Marshal. E. G. Hitchcock.
Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow.
Deputy Marshal, Arthur M. Brown.
Jailor Oahu Prison, J. A. Low.
Prison Pli3'sician, Dr. C. B. Cooper.
Board of Immigration.
President, His Excellency J. A. King.
Members of the Board of Immigration :
Hon. J. B. Atherton, Jaa. B. Castle,
Hon. A. S. Cleeborn, James G.
Spencer, Mark P. Robinson.
-'ecretary, Wray Taylor.
Hoard of IIeaxth.
Office in grounds of Court Ilouse Build
ing, corner of Mililani and Queen
Members Dr. Day, Dr. Miner, Dr.
Andrews, J.T. Water house, Jr., John
Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorney
President Hon. W. O. Smith.
Secretary Chas. Wilcox.
Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds.
Inspector and Manager of Garbage Ser
vice L. L. I.a Pierre.
Insju'ctor G. W. C. Jonps.
Port Pliys-'-oian,"Dr. G. Trouescau.
li?ixnsary, Dr. II. McGrew.
Leper Settlement, Dr. II. K.Oliver.
I'oaud of Education.
Court Iloiife Building, Kin street.
Pn?ident. Hor.. C. I.
1 ir",'' f ifli
a Fine Assortment.
TILES FOR FLOOR
And for Decorating Purptx3;
ii ATTrNG OF ALL KlNDS,
Chinese Fire Crackers, P.O.-:!: eta trd
bembs, Japanese Provision and cy.
Hand -win ted Poraha Dinner Set.
A few of lho$e Dae hand-erabrcidered
811,11 amt 8ATI3 8CKKKN8,
AtsorteJ colors and patterns of Crepe
Slitc Shawls. Elegant Tete-a te Cups
nnd Saucers. A fins lot of
BOATS AND ACCESSORIES
A ic-w ot those haudy Mosquito Urns.
Also, an assortment of new styles of
Ratt an Chairs and Tables
Also, a small selection of JAPANESE
WING W0 CHAN & CO.
No. 2 Nuuanu Street.
I WILL PAY CASH, FOR EITHER
lare or small quantities of used Ha
waiian Postago Stamps, as follows:
(Tbesu offers are per hundred and any
quantity will be accepted, no mutter how
small, at the same rates.)
1 cent, violet $
1 cent, blue
1 cent, gresu
2 cent, vrciilion.
2 cent, brown
2 cent, roae
2 cent, violat, 1S91 issue
5 cent, dark blue
5 cent, ultramarine blue
6 cent, reen
10 cent, black -
10 cent, vermilion
10 cent, brown
12 cent, black
12 cent, naauve ...
15 cent, brown
18 cent, red 10 00
25 cent, purple 10 00
50 cent, red 25 00
$1, carmine 25 00
1 cent envelope 50
2 cent envelope 75
4 cent envelope.. '. 2 00
5 cent envelope 2 CO
10 cent envelope - 5 00
Sa?"No torn stamps wanted at any
price. Address :
GEO. E. WASnBURN,
P. O. Box 2068. San Francisco, Cal.
Tli o. Hawaiian Newspapers
With a combined Circulation of
Furnish the best medium for
advertising in the Hawaiian
language, and are the only
recognized leading Journals.
&3gT" Advertisements .and
subscriptions received at the
office of the
Hawaiian Gazette Co.,
46 Merchant Street,
The PbiiNs' Monthly
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Advance in the Price of Sugar.
Cocoanuts and other Palms.
Commissioner Marsden's Repoit.
Hawaiian Crown Iinds Estate.
The Watsonville (Cal.) Beet Sugar
Report of the Hawaiian Forestry
Potatoes as a Crop.
The Cultivation of Rape.
The Banana Its Description, Varie
ties and Manner of Cultivation.
California Fig Trees.
The Chicago Stock Yards.
The care of Tools.
O. HOTEL STREET,
Pri-e 1 wr than elsewi?r in 'Icno-
! t. -.. An nric nn!jr ni pmmptiT
Roliasc-n ?!uk, Ect:l Sirtct,
KLEGANT DESIGN'S IX
WICKER WAKE, ANTIQUE OAK,
BEDROOM SUITS, CIIEFFONIERS,
SIDE-BOARDS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
GErMatting laying a specialty. All orders attended to.
BT" BELL TELEPHONE 525. iT MUTUAL G45.
Steel and Iron lianges, Stoves ami Fixtures
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS iliD E ITCHES UTENSILS,
AGATE WARE IN GREAT VARIETY.
; White, Gray and Silver-plated,
M ' n - m - . . ' - 1. I
LIFT AND FORCE POMPS. WATEK CLOSETS, METALS,
Plumbers' Stock, Water and Soil Pipes,
Plumbing, Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
DIMOND BLOOK, 95
One Hundred Founds Worth Two Hundred of Any Other.
W. McChesney & Sons
I! Great Clearance Salel
MONDAY, JUNE 20. Wti.
We will oHer
C- T Cil
At Greatly Reduced
gT"Call and see for your-:cl-r, the
offering in all Departments.
Egan & Gunii,
rEK HiVItli C. I). ISUVANT.
BABY CARRIAGES of nil styles
CARPETS, RUCS, uiid MATS in thn latest patterns,
" J-Toiiscliolcl 99 Sowing iT;icliins
Hand Sowing Maehine-. all with tliolate t itniroveinMiN.
A No on h:ml
tettea Fort ted Nuuinu.
and 97 KINO
: -.7! 2. " -"- "" .-, , fciu.,
anyii;ri! in o:ir
bargains we are
.1 t -Mr-.'..
At McKinlev li'ifon
At Sll' a tun !
EZyDt'livered to any part of Hono
IIUSTACE & CO.
King up No. 414 on Both Tvle-
TOE HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK
riViTTf lori'k 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:
Through the Hawaiian Islands
H. M. WHITNEY, KDiTOfc.
Price in Honolulu, CO Cents per Copy
Ta Book Las 170 pages of toil, vitt.
20 Full P&ge IllustnticEs of lelicd lain)
and a description of the l'tarl liarloi
Kftilway enterprise, and surrounding
It has also FOUR MAI'S of the lrt
islands, prepared expressly for it.
The UU1DJC Kves n full description
cuch of the principal Islands and brttin ,
ments in thin (J roup, and will prove an
invaluable harul-buoK for tjur6tn, end ffr, '
rcsi!ents to send to their friends abroad.
borne of the illustrations in the ne
book are very fine specimens of the Photo -"
tint process of engraving, and accurately ..-
represent the scenes portrayed. " i
nST-For sale at Jlawniian News Coi...
mny'a, and at T. O. Thruns Up-towi,
"W MM - w
TheOuide will be mailed to any llHll 0
the islands for 04 Cents per Coi.v.
Or, to any foreign contilry for ,() I ' , : .
ffCT-Futliied by the
HAW1IUN GAZETTE PDBL1SBIKG C-.,
While thankful to tho Planter Jo
their penerous eupport dutin
H10 past year, do now
offer a few tons of
Various Grades of Fertilizer
Ktill remaining on hand, and ready for
immediate ueii very :
Complete IJih Grade Fertilizern,
Rotted Stable Manure and Land PlriflU-,
Sulphate Potash and Muriate Potash,
JNitrate of Soda and Dried Blood,
Dissolved Lay sen Island Guano,
Pure Raw Bone Meal
Ground Coral Lime Stone,
Ktc, Etc., Etc.
Having disposed of Irge QnantitifH 01
Manures and High Grade J-ertilizer?
during the year 1892, we are now pre
pared to receive orders lor 189.T d.
tiivty in quantities to suit.
22?We will pive tenders for any
Quantity and of any Grades desired.
Fertil izers made to order, and auv
fLtlT While making your orders for
13'., pive tis a call, or send your
A. F. COOKE,
Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Co.
Pork Packing Or..
Thn .iij.jve Company in prepared
HAWAIIAN HOOS !
In any quantity at Iliheft Market
&2TV iit for 1 Joadl inj,', Drenned or n
Mrtfinf 4( i IIM 'A (
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