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TJELE PACIFIC COMMEKC1AL ADVERTISER: HOXOIAJXIJ, OCTOBER 30, 1S94.
8 OiBC PJULWJlY S UND COS TIME TABLE. from rD JUNE 1. IS. TRAINS TO SWA MILL B B a.., rjc. Leave Honolulu... S:45 1:45 Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 Arrive Eva Mill... 9:5 7 2:57 TO HONOLULU. C B A.M. A.M. Leave Ewa MU1..6-.21 10:43 Leave Pearl City. .6:55 li:lo Arrive Ilonolula..7:30 11:55 A Saturdays only. B Daily. O Sunday excepted. D Satnraaya excepted. A D r.M. r.M. 4:35 5:10 5:10 5:56 5:36 6:22 B A P.M. P.M. 3:43 5:42 4:15 6:10 4:55 6:45 The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the Hawaiian Gazette Company At . 31 Merchant Street. EIGHT PAGES. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Tax Daily pACiric Commsscial Adveb- tiszr (3 faoss Per month in advance 0 J Per quarter in advance - w Per year in advance b w Per year, postpaid to United States of America. Canada, or Mexico.. 11 00 1 year, postpaid Foreign 14 UU ilAWAHAS GaZETTB, SsMI-WeeKXY (5 pages Tuesdays asd Fridays; Per year 104 numbers.... 00 Per year U. S. and Canada. . . . . . . b 00 Per year.other Foreign Lountr.es. . . u Payable Invariably In Advance. GEO. II. PARIS. Business Manager. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 0, 1S:M. THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. October. 1891. Bo. M. To.' W. Tb. Fr. ; So- ' o' , j a tUll UlWU 11 I 13 J IS ! 17 IS : U ! 20 V Oct. It. iC ITOKTIOM MAIL SlSKTII'V. iceAiija.r ?or arrive :rvrj tan Fraaciico. oi th folio r:::z if-J. i the c! ? oJ X.J. A. r Mo.io.ct.c FM.fi 5 A.1ClSCO os Vaoocvi Aus trail o7. 3 China Not. VI AJAmeda Not. 22 iiowera Nut. J Australia 1"C. I Oceanic P"C-11 Mtripou Pee - JLrmwa Pe. 2 Australia Dvc. 'JJ Mocowti... Jan. 17 Australia Jan. 2 Alameda.... Feb. 14 Australia ... Feb. 23 Mariposa. . ..Mar. 14 Australia... Mar. 2"! Mono wai.... Apr. 1 Australia Ipr. 20 Alaru!a May y Australia.. . May 1 Manpoa June i Australia. ...June 15 Monowai July -4 Australia J uly 13 Alameda... AUj!. I Australit Vu. I" Mariposa Au . ll Aastralia. . . .et. Monowai... iepr. 2" Australia. . . . Oct. 5 AUnied Oct. 2 Australia Not. 2 OB Vacocvs or Atot Miowrra Nov. I Australia... No. 10 ilanfnwa Nov. 1.? oceanic Nov. I Arawa Pec. 1 Australia... . Dec. Moaowai Pec. II Mijwera Pec 31 China.. . ..Ptc. 3i Australia Jan. 5 Alamevia... Jan. 10 Australia Feb. 2 Mariposa Feb. 7 Austral a Mar. 2 Monowai. .. . .Mar. 7 Australia. . .Mar. 30 Alameda Apr. 4 Australia Apr.- Mar.po. . Australia. Monowai. . Australia. Ataaitda. . Mav2 ..Mav 23 .Mav 30 . June 22 .J arte 27 Autra.ia July 20 Mariposa Jiy 23 Australia Monowai. Australia. Auz. 17 A us. 22 Sept. 14 Sept. 19 Oct. 12 lamed a ! Australia Mariro-a Oct. 17 I Australia Nov. 9 Tide. Sun ami Moon. ry. 5 z. ill r j ir a - 3 3 n I - pja. x-cj. y.st. A.ra i TU. :;j 4.:5 4.2U I:. 0 il.aj . 3 3. J 5 .i t p a. Wed.... 31 3. 0 4.V :.l 0.5 3 J ii T.4T T3-ir.. 1 5.JO 3. l !).15 ; I J 6. .VIH 5.40 rrta...' i J- 0 I J.4 4 3.i 9 23 Sat. 3 7. 0 lt.l 3.' 4 S.-'rJ U.SO tTa...f4 J" 3. 5. tf. 3 "w moo a Ov t . t:.ii. a. 3Icteorolsical Kecortl. ir ras lRol. THI...i, 2 ; s: T i! i ! Saa ;2Il3C.X J3C.C5: 57 .Ci 3i Tu '2J :.Io:).C4i TU' M .0.-; "4 Tba ias 3H.i4:!o.o:l : .c"! ti Fri. -26.:.ls A).10i Til St" .ii 5) ?4t. l'jrT'.'J0.t3 TO CJi 74- Si .'-'li f7 3 , 3. M ; 3' E ! 7 E E 31 B ! Farcnsetfr correwJ for triupertsr aJ ! ration, but cot for latitat. Th DailY Advertiser, 75 cents s cicrtb. Ptlivered by Carrier. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS I I'OliT. 5 AVAL VE-vSEL--. HUMS Hyacinth, May, LirJ I!aml. XEECHAMME.N. (This l:t Joes cot lnciuJe coaster.) Dr bark Airnaru, I3rown. Newcastle, tchr llobtrt Lexers. Glruan. Laysan Is. Am scbr Alice Cooie. I'enhailow, Tort Townenl. , , Br bk Cadzow Forest. Mclnness. Newc ?t.e. Am bktne I'lanter, Iow. Laysan Islan.l. Am bktne Kl:kitat. Cutler. Fort Townsend. Am bktne i N Catle. Hubbanl. 5 i . Am bk Albert. Griffiths, slan Fran. Haw bk Mauna Ala. Newcastle. NsW. tnir Nanshan, Kinr. Kobe. I'OKEIGN VESSELS tXl'LCTED. Veaselj- here froni. Due. Oct 15 ...Oct 2) Oct GO ...Nov 5 ...Nov 10 . . . Nov 10 . . . Nov ...Nov 15 ...Nov 30 . . .Nov 30 ...Pec 10 . . . Jan CO Am schr Eva Am bk Ebinore Hk Koutenbeck Haw bk It F Kithet .. Am brg W G Irwin... Am bk C D Bryant. .. Am bk Martha Pavb. Am bk C F Crocker.. Am schr Puritan Nor shin Glanivor .Eureka .Newca-t'e . LiveriHjl. S F .r? F S F .5 F S F(Hilo). ..Newcastle .Newcastle Gerbk Faul Isenberg .Bremen... Ship H F Glade.. Liverpool . DEPAKTl'RES. Monday. Oct. 29. Sitmr Iwalani. Freeman, for Lahaina and Honokaa. VESSELS LEAVIXIJ TlA. StmrMokolii. McGregor, for Lanai and Molokai at 5 p m. Stmr James Makee. Peterson, for Kapaa at -4 p m. Stmr Mikahala. Haslund. for Kauai at 5 pm. stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maui at 5 pm. Srtmr Waimanalo. Pavis, for Kauai. boi:. WHITE In this citv. October 20. 1-04. to the wife of C. M. White, a daughter. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Oct. 20, 10 p.m. Weather, cloudy ; wind, light northeast. Pumping with the dredger will probably be resumed tomorrow, j W. D. Berry, a jolly good fellow, i? now freight clerk on the Makee. Men from the Hyacinth had pis tol practice on Sumner Island yes terday. The Mokolii did not leave yester day as usual. She will get away this afternoon at her usual hour. Two and one-half tons of rice were sent out to the laborers on the Nanshan yesterday afternoon. There are 400 tons of freight, in cluding fireworks, saki and general merchandise, aboard the Nanshan. Island steamers leaving thi3 af ternoon are the Waimaualo, Mika hala, Makee and Mokolii, all at 5 o'clock. The Alice Cooke will go on the dry dock on Thursday afternoon or Friday morning. She will leave in ballast the early part of next week. The Iwalani had a full load of freight last evening, but only a few passengers. She was loaded proptrly for eped and, with Free man on the bridge and Capt. Camp bell a pleased observer, moved from the harbor at a fine clip. Captain Smith, of the Mauna Ala, is well-known in Honolulu, and had a number of callers yes terday. He has lost his old first mate," Tom Smith. The latter took unto himself, at Melbourne, a wife and settled there. Wolcott, form erly second mate, was also married on the voyage. He 13 here and his bride is iu Newcastle. Tom Smith was a great favorite in this port. He was quit"? a musician and was one of the stars at the Scotch This tle Club's smoking concert last sprinsr. NAVAL NOTES. Secretary Herbert Says Adniral Walker Has No "Pell." Secretary Herbert is sensitive of the constant allusions made to what is termed the Walker "pull," and says that Admiral Walker has never exercised any such "pull'' with him, nor has he endeavored to evade anv dutv assigned him. It is admitted at the department that the Admiral's orders have been sus pended, but for what reason is not definitely known, although it has been freely sai i that the reason lies in Admiral Walker's objection to having Admiral Ramsay, as head of the Navigation Bureau, give orders for the guidance of the school. Several of the vessels now on the Pacific coast are destined for foreign service, end will leave im mediately upon being reported ready. The Yorktown is now un der orders to join the China sta tion, and is expected to depart some time next week. The Ben nington, it is believed, will be as signed to Hawaii temporarily, where we have had no war ship since the withdrawal of the Phila delphia. Ultimately the Boston will again be detailed to this duty, on which she served during the excited period following the over throw of the Queen. The Marion is about ready for service, and will most probably follow the Ben nington. The Adams and Alert, both wooden vessels, will be placed in prime condition and asined to the Pacific station. In November the new cruiser Olympia, the finest ship of the cruiser type in the navy, and one that is, next to the triple-screw cruisers, the fleetest, will be sent to the station. This superb specimen of naval architec ture is now being fitted out for flagship of the station, and will fly the pennant of Rear Admiral Beardlee. N. Y. Sun Sept. SOth. ENGLAND'S SHIPBUILDING. Judge Hart Thinks Englishmen Do Not Hire Americans. Mr. Editor: In your issue of this date, under head of 'Cheap Labor," vou remark, "A British naval con structor on the Clyde, &aid, twenty years ago, that the cost of building a vessel then, with the labor of skilled, well-fed, American mechanics, at $3.50 per day would be no greater than if it was built with the ordinary Eng lish wages of $1.00 per day." If the Britph naval contractor said so, and if he spoke the truth, is it not rather remarkable that a large major ity of vessel engaged in the world's commerce are built in Britain? Hare the British master builders been send ing to America for "skilled, well-fed American mechanics, or "is the boot on the other leg, and is it not a fact that American builders have largely availed themselves of the knowledge, skill and muscle of Scotch and Eng lish workmen? Yours obedientlv, C. F. Hart. Honoluln, 13, 1S94. In reply to the above enquiry, we say: the reason why steamships are not built on a large scale in the United States is, that the raw materials, iron especially, costs much more in the United States, than in England, so that even with the skilled labor of America, it can not compete with England. With in a few years, the price of iron has fallen in the United States, but not sufficiently so to enable America to compete with the Clyde. Another difficulty, stated to us by a large steamship owner, is that the English naval architects have a large capital in accumulated ex perience, which gives them a great advantage in building vessels. It is true that American employ ers have availed themselves of for eign workmen to a great extent. The British workman, under new conditions, and with better food, vastly improves his work, when he reaches the States. The president of some locomotive works told us at the Paris exposi tion, that the American locomotive, which took the prize there, was con structed entirely by English and Scotch workmen, who had emigrat ed to the States. The master me chanics are, as a rule, Americans. There has been, during the last twenty years, a decided change in the condition of the British work mau. The ease and cheapness of transportation enables them, if tin gle men, to quickly reach the high est labor market. This, and the great advance of wages in England, has bettered his physical condition and given his brain a better chance. Editor. DEFENSE READY. Reply to Any Claim cf Mrs. Dominis for Damages. A special from Washington under date of October 11th says that Judge H. A. "NVidemann who is alleged to be there as a representative of ex queen Liliuokalani to lodge a claim against the United States for a sum in the neighborhood of two million dollars, is giving the State Depart ment considerable trouble. That he and those sympathizing with the ex queen in Hawaii are to endeavor to secure something for her from the United States is no longer doubted. From a high official in the State Department the correspondent was told that while Widemann had made no particular representations to Secretary Gresham in behalf of quen Liliuokalani, the bolief among diplomats in the State Department was that Widemann was there for the express purpose of trying to in duce Congress at the coming session to settle "with the represeLtatives of the displaced monarchy on some financial basis. Secretary Gresham and President Cleveland, so it is learned, will put in an answer that the present Administration at one time olTered to restore the queen to the throne from which she had been displaced, bat that the qneen declin ed to accept the terms of the Cleve land Administration unless she, as the head of the restored monarchy, would be permitted to deal with the principals of the so called revolution as she pleased. This purpose on the part cf queen Liliuokalani to behead some or the men instrumental in bringing about her overthrow brought about the decision of Presi dent Cleveland and Secretary Gresham to take no farther action in her case. This is the defense in a nutshell. A -N"ev- recl Bridge. Having gained from the Super intendent cf Public Works the pleasing information that he in tends to apply to the coming Leg islature for an appropriation for a new brigde of steel at Haalilia manu on King street, the peti tioners can ft el satisfied with hav ing done their duty for the present, and rest assured that Mr. Rowell will do his when the time comes. Srjtpphxg. Steamship Line. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria B. C, Honolola and Suva Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, viz : From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria and YancouTer, B. ft: S, S. "MIOWERA" November 3 S. S. "WARRIMOO" December 2 From Victoria and Vancouver, B. ft, for Suva and Sydney; S. S. "MIOWERA" November 24 S. S. "WARRIMOO" December 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, Uaited States and Europe. EZSTqt Freight and Paspage and all general information, apply to Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd. GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Australian Mail Service, For San Francisco: The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "MAEIPOSA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and Auckland, on or about NOVEMBER 1 5th, And will leave for the above port with Mails and Passengers on or about that date. For Sydney & Auckland The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship " L3L AMEDA 55 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or about NOVEMBER 22d, And will have prompt despatch with Mails and Passengers for the above ports. The undesigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL PORTS IN THE UNITED STATES. 'or further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. LOCAL LINE. S. 3. AUSTRALIA Arrive Honolulu Leave Hofclula from S. F. forS.F. November.?. .November 10 December 1. . .December 8 December 29 January 5 THROUGH LINE. From San Fran, fcr Sydney. Arrive Honolulu. From Sydney for Saa Francisco. Leave Honolulu. A LA MED Nov 22 MARIPOSA Dec 20 MARIPOSA Nov 15 MO N O W Al Dec 13 A L AMEDA Jan 10 3314-3m CIAS. 22.2WX3. & CO.'S Boston Line of Packets, Shippers will please take v?. notice that; the AMERICAN BARK EDWARD MAT Leaves New York on or about DEC. 15 for this port, if sufficient inducs ment offers. gjGJT For further information, appiyto Chas. Brewer ii Co., 27 Kilbv S: , cston, Mass., or to C. BREWER ,k CO. (L'D.), Honolulu, JLzznta. THE HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC Official List of Members and Loca tion of Bnreans. . EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. j Sanford B. Dole, President. I Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs. James A. King, Minister of Interior. Samuel 31. Damon, 3Iinister of Finance. William O. Smith, Attorney-General. ADVISORY COUXCIL. William C. Wilder, Henry Waterhouse, O. Bolte, John'Erameluth, Edward D. Tenner, James F. 3Iorgan, Wm. F. Allen, Alex. Young, Cecil Brown, John Nott, Jos. P. 3Iendonca, John Ena, D. B. Smith. J. A. McCandless. William C. Wilder, Charles T. Rodgers, Chairman. Secretary. SCP REM E COCBT. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Bickertou, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F. Frear. Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith. Chief Clerk. Geo. Lucas. Denntv Clert. C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. Cracnr Judges. FimCircuit: f; oi Second Circuit: (Maui) J. W. Kalua. Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) S. L. Austin. Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy. Offices and Court-room in Conrt House, King street. Sitting in Honolulu The first 3Ionday in February, May, August and November. DEPAETiLEKT 07 Fo&EIQX K?AIKS. OfSce in Capitol Building, King street. F. 21. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs . Geo. C. Potter, Secretary. Lionel R.A.Hart. Clerk. J. W. Girvin, Secretay Chinese Eureau. Depakthst of tile Intecioi.. Office ia Capitci Building, Kin street. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. Chief Clerfc, John A. Uassinarer. Assistant Clerks : James II . Boyd, 31. K. Jxeohokalole, Stephen Mahaulu, George C. Roes, Edward S. Boyd. Bueeau of Agriculture and Forestry. President : the Minister of Interior. Wm. G. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John Ena. Joseph Marsden, Commis sioner and Secretary. Chisfs of Bureaus, Interior Depart aisxr. Surveyor-General, W. D. Alexander. Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell. Supt. Water Works, Andrew Brown. Inspector, Electric Lights, John Caseidy. Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. Thrum. Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H.Cum mings. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas.H. Hunt. Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter. Departhsnt of Finance. Office, Capitol Building, KiDg street. Minister of Finance, S. 31. Damon. Auditor-General, H. Laws. Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Ashley. Clerk to Finance Office, E. A. 31clnerny. Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B. Castle. Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw. Deputy Tax Assessor, W. C. Weedon. Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat. Customs Bureau. Office, Custom House. Esplanade, Fort etrseu Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle. Deputy-Collector, F. B. McStocker. Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller. Poit Surveyor, M. N. Sanders. Storekeeper, George C. Stratemeyer. Department of Attorney-Genebai.. Office ia Capitol Building, King street. Attorney-General, W. O. Smith. Deputy Attorney-GenercJ, A. G. 31. Robertson. Clerk, J. 31. Kea. Marshal, E. G. Hitchcock. Clerk to 3Iarshal, H. M. Dow. Deputy Marshal, Arthur 31. Erown. Jailor Oahu Prison. J. A. Low. Prison Physician, Dr. C. B. Cooper. Board of Isqcgration. President,J. A. King. Members of the Board of Immigration : J. B. Athertca, Joseph 3Iarsden, J. A. Kennedy James G. Spencer, J. Carden. Srretaryf Wray Taylor. Board o Health. Office ia grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of 31ililaai and Queen streets. Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. E. Emerson, J.T.Waterticure, Jr., Joan Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorney General Smith. President Hen. W. O. Smith. Secretary Chas. Wilcox. Executive 021cer C. B. Keyaoida. Inspector and Manager of Garbage Ser vice L. L. La Pierre. Inspector G. W. C. Jones. Port Physician, Dr. F. E. Day. Dispensary, Dr. H. W. Howard. Leper Settlement, Dr. R. K. Oliver. Board of Education. Court House Building, King street. President,W. R. Castle. Secretary, F. J. Scott. Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson. DI3TRICT COURT. Police Station Building, Merchant straat A. Feny, 3Iazistrat:e. J;vtnee Ihomtxscn, Clerk. Eoa?.d of Fire Ccmis?ioxess. Andrew Erown, Presiient; Geo. W. Smith, James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer. j Tohn E2nger, Clerk. Diplomatic and Consular Iieprc mcntativea of Hawaii Abroad. IN THE UNITED STATES. United States Hi.-? Kx L A Thurston, i Lnvov Extraonlinarv arid 3rinLter Plenipotentiary, Washington, D C. Secretary and Charce d' Affaires ad terim F P Hastings New York E ii .Allen, Consul-General. Saa Francisco C T Wilder, Consul General for the Pacific States : Cali fornia, Oregon and Nevada and Washington J F Softer. Consular Clerk Philadelphia Robert II Davis, Consc San Diego, CalaH P.Wood, Consul Bos ton G or ham D Gilman. Consul General Portland Or-J McCraken, Cocsul Port Townser d, Wash James G Swao, Consul Seattle G R Carter, Consul Tacoma, Washington .i T Belcher, Cons-ii MEXICO, CENTRAL AND fOCTH AMERICA. U S of 3Iexico, 3rexico - Col W J De Gret, Consul-General. K II Baker, Vice-Consul Manzanillo Robert James P.arney, Con sul. Peru, Lima F L Crosby, Consul Callao, Peru , Consul Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge d' Affaires and Consul-General - -nte Video, Uruguay Conrad Hughes Consul ! ii.. n:. i. T l . ti . .-. . . fiuuppme isianuft, iioiio ueorge tnei- merdine, Consul Manila Jasper 31 Wood Consul Cebu George E A Cadell Consul ORE AT BRITAIN . London Manley Hot kins, Consul-General for the Kingdom of Great Britain. Liverpool Harold Janion, Consul Bristol 3Iark Wbitwell, Consul Hull W 3ioran, Consul Newcastle on Tyne E Biesterfeld, Consul 3IiddIesborough B. C. Atkinson. Falmouth C K Broad, Consul Dover (and the Cinque Ports ' Francis William Pie'cott, Consul Swansea II Bovey, Consul Cardiff II Gol iberg, Consul Edinburgh and i.eith E G Buchanan Consul Glasgow .is Dann, Const: 1 Dundee J G Zoller, Consul Dublin R Jas Murphy, Vice-Consul Quenstown Go B Dawson, Consul Belfast W a Ros. Ccnsul ERIT1U COLONIES. Toronto, Ontario - JE Thompson, CcT?"zi General; Geo A Stiaw, Vice-Consui 3Iontreal Dickson Anderson. Con-iul Kingston, Ontario Geo Richardson. Vice-Consul Rimouski. Quebec J N Pouliot Q C, Vice-Cocsul St John's rs B Aiiari O Crookshank, Consul Yarmouth. 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Ghent E Coppieters, Consul Lieae Jules Blanpain, Consul Bruges Emile Van den Brande, Cccsa.! SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Stockholm C A EngvaUs, Consul General. Christiama L Samson, Consul Lyskil H Bergstrom, Vice-Ccnsai Gcthemberg Guatav Kraak, Vic-1 Consul JAPAN. Tckio His Excellency R.;Walker Irwin, Minister Resident Eico aad Osaka C P Hall, Cosaal of ii I H If i ft fi IS if ii fi n w ! n i i If U i 4 I i H i n ? M - i ti r ; i : ? ."..