TILE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 2, 1894.
PREPARE TO E VERY SOON,
Harden on the Coast and Junius
Tbr Kille nd letter It U CUt
Good New A MfnenferWho
When the Monowai was in port
on the 25th, a eailorman from the
crack passenger boat entered the
Penhallow house grounds on Bere
tania street. lie seemed to be feel
ing his way and stood near the gate
for some time. lie was a big,
heavy fellow in a jersey and with
the name of his ship across hi3 cap.
Finally he pulled himself together
and with a decided air walked to
the nearest door. lie knocked and
wa3 invited into the room of C. L.
Dodge, foreman of the Star, who
had as a visitor Allen W. Clarke.
In one hand the tar had a folded
sheet of paper and a huge official
envelope that was bulging with its
contents. He said he desired some
information. Placing the heavy
letter face down on a table, he un
folded the paper. Spreading it out
he discovered to Messrs. Clarke and
Dodge a very good map of Bereian
ia street from Fort to Punchbowl.
All the prominent places on either
side of the road were plainly marked.
Ksnerial care had been taken to
the residences of Mrs.
and Junius Kaae with
to the Central Union
On the map, in the approved
English penmanship of the versa
tile liar himself, appeared the
name of Francis Leo G. Harden.
The sailorman said the letter
was for Junius Kaae and was from
the man whose name was written
on the map. He gave an excellent
description of Harden to Messrs.
Dodge and Clarke directed the
messenger to the residence of Kaae
as located on the map.
Next day there passed around the
town word that cheering news had
been received by the royalists.
Restoration was once more in sight.
EvenKaLeohad some unusually in
sane paragraphs. The talk let loose
by Kaae was to the effect that there
was being organized on the Coast
a force which would sweep the rev
olutionists into the sea. "The next
steamer" would bring still more
substantial evidences of the bright
future. A few days later more of
Harden'a letter was floated from
other monarchical strougholds.
Harden is the man of the hour.
He is their savior. Annexationists
hunt your holes. Seek the cyclone
cellar. Fly to Tantalus. Engage
canoes or bathing suits. Harden
who, with his mouth, fought in
every naval and land engagement
in South America for five years,
will soon be in the saddle. He
will settle with those who exiled
Junius Kaae, who received the
letter from Harden, is not unknown
to local fame. Junius handled the
$70,000 opium bribe and a lot of it,
so common report said, stuck to his
fingers. He was also at one time
accused of stuffing the pay rolls of
the land registrar a othce.
The Republic trembles.
An American Girl the World's
The sensation in the musical
world just now is the voice of Miss
Ellen Beach Yaw, the California
prima donna. She is the successor
of Patti and will honor the mantle
that falls to her shoulders. Mis3
Yaw is a soprano. The range of
her voice is the marvel of ail. She
easily reaches B, going two full
notes above Patti and leaving in
the distance NilesonTs famous F.
Miss Yaw's voice is remarkably
pure, sweet, clear and even.
Mr. Wray Taylor furnishes the
illustration which shows that the
fame of the American girl is based
on merit. The comparison will prove
of interest to the Honolulu musical
An Assistant for Mr. Hyde.
The Friend says that Rev. Prof.
John Leadingham, late of Oberlin
University, i3 expected November
3d, per Australia, to be associated
with the Rev. Dr. Hyde in the Pa
cific Missionary Institute.
The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a
month. Delivered by carrier.
AT THE PLAY.
Small House, But a Satisfactory
4iThe Golden Giant" last night
had a small house. Of the play it
may bo said that people who like
that sort of thing will be pleased
with it. The story is highly im
probable. Some re-writing might
make it a powerful piece. Interest
is sustained throughout and there
are several really strong situations.
The climax of the second act is of
great merit, and the same may be
said of the closing of the third act.
The sentiment is healthy. Mr.
Dailey mounted the play well.
There has not been enough time for
study or rehearsal. Nevertheless
the production was smooth and
there were no wait3.
Mr. Scott was an exceedingly ca
pable Alex. Fairfax, and Mortimer
Snow was excellent throughout as
Jack Mason. Snow looks very
slender in a dres3 suit. Al. II.
Hallett was good enough villain to
elicit audible reprimand from the
gallery. This praise was well
earned. Louis Belmour sustained
the character of Bixby with fideli
ty. P. A. Nannary's acting was up
to the standard, but he did not
seem to be in good voice.
Miss Dalgleish gave further evi
dence of her great talent and ver
satility by her interpretation of the
soubrette part. Her description of
the capture of a trout was a splen
did effort, and her acting through
out was pleasing to all. Mis3 Nan
nery had a character calling for all
her reserve force and fine art. She
summoned this and the result was
a highly praiseworthy evening's
work. Her costume in the third
act was much admired. Miss
Nannery is not a strong woman
physically, but was equal to every
requirement of a character calling
for a strong leading lady. Both she
and Miss Dalgleish received flowers
over the footlights. Miss Belmour
was excellent as the landlady of
the Gold Run hotel. The child of
the play was very well done.
On Saturday evening the popular
"Black Flag" will be again pre
sented, and there will doubtless be
a crowded house.
mm t :
Concert at the Hotel.
The Government band will give a
public concert this evening at the
Hawaiian Hotel. In addition to
the following programme, several
Japanese selections will be rendered
in honor of the Mikado's birthday.
1. March "Belle of New York"...
2. Overture "Fra Diavalo"-...Auber
3. Ballad "The Lost Chord" -
4. Selection "II Trovatore" Verdi
5. Selection "The Mikado". Sullivan
6. Japanese Music Kigensetau,
Mashige, Sakura, Heine Mat
ru, Imayo, Kimi Ga Yo
7. Waltz "Jolly Fellows"... Vollstedt
While there is so much talk
about the King street bridge, a new
crossing over Nuuanu stream at
School street is being provided.
Mr. Rowell had the plan3 made
some weeks ago, and work is now
in progress. It will be of wood.
The length will be Sl feet, the
width 1G feet, with overhead truss.
Insects had weakened the timbers
in the old structure.
"W. H. KICE,
STOCK RAISER aid DEALER
BREED EB OF
Fins Horses and Cattle
From the Thoroughbred
Standard bred Stallion, Nutwood by Nutwood, Jr
Norman Stallion Captim Grawl
Native bred Stallion Boswell
iLfeO A CHOICE Z.OT OF
Bulls, Cows and Calves
From the Celebrated Balls
Sussex; Hereford, Ayrshire & Durham
A LOT OF
Fine Saile and Carriap Horses
HEREFORD BULLS FOR SALE
Tourists and Excursion Parties desiring
Single, Doable or Four-in-hand Team or
Saddle Horses can be accommodated at W.
XI. Uice Livery Stables.
All coraTTinu'.catfon!" to be addres?d to
1393-1 v V. H.KICE. Lihne.Kauai.
THI'l. H . DAVIE4.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
12 & 13 The Albany
The Daily A. l7rt:-j-T 75 Mat
lfr. Xormaii I). Young
Otsdawa. N. Y.
Helpless as an infant
After Pneumonia Weighed 80 lbs
Hood's Sarsaparilla f'ado Him Fee!
as Young as a Eoy.
"C. I. rioo.1 & Co.. Lowell. Mass.:
r.entlenjen I wish to express my grateful
thaiiks for Hood's Sarsararilla. I am oa mj
evpnth Lottie and it has truly been a blessing
to myself and wife. I had a severe attack of
pneumonia last December, and it was thought
I should tli. but I gradually rmlled through,
and ttie: did not seem to gain any strencth. I
had to be helped like aa luiant. ana nau l;;iien
away from 145 to bO lb. I read about Hold's
Sarsaparilla, and I decided to take it.
I Soon Cained in Strength
so that I could sit up, and then having a sever
pain in the small of my back, sent for a TusSano
rain-Killing Tlaster, which soon cured me of
that trouble. Today I feel as well as erer ia
my life, and as young as a boy, although I am
In my eist year. I cannot express the gratitude
oi my neart xor jioou s aarsaparuia. orma-x
D. Yoo'c, Otsdawa, Otsego Co., isew York.
Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restor
mx the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal.
HOBBON DRUG COMPANY,
3366 Wholesale Agents.
National Cane Shredder
(PATENTED UNDEIt THE LAWS OW
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.)
3Ir. John A. Scott, Manager
of the Hilo Sugar Company
gives the following wonderful
record of the working of the
NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was erected by
their works at the commence
ment of the crop just har
vested: "During the past week the
Hilo Sugar Company's mill ex
ceeded any of its former
records by closing the 125
hours grinding with an output
of 3002 tons. This is fully 10
per cent, more than the best
work of former years.
"The three roller mill being
2G in. by 54 in. and the two
roller mill 30 in. by GO in. The
first mill doing this amount of
work in an efficient manner
and with great ease, compared
with work on whole cane,
owing to thorough preparation
of the cane by the National
Cane Shredder, recently erec
ted by the Company. And
by its use the extrac
tion has been increased from
3 per cent, to 5 per cent, on all
kinds of cane, and in some
cases SO per cent, has been
reached; the average being 75
to 7S per cent., according to
"I continue to find the
megass from shredded cane
better fuel than from whole
"The shredder has been
working day and night for
seven months and has given
me entire satisfaction, having
shredded during that time
about seventy thousand tons
of cane, and a large part of it
being hard ratoons.
"The shredder and engine
require very little care or
t3Plans and specifications
of these shredders ma' be seen
at the office of
We C. Irwin & Co. L'iL
SOLE AGESTS FOR THE
Hawaiian Coffee Planters Manual
IVlth Note of the Methods of Coflff Cul
ture Practiced in Guatemala,
Itrazil, Liberia and Ceylon.
-iivinir full instructioas how to plant,
cultivate, clean and prepare Coffee for
market. Also estimate c-st of a coffee
plantation of 200 acres.
KDITKI) BY II. M. WHITNEY.
PRICE 50 CENTS.
Fcr 8'e bv ail new dealer?.
n iv. i (is y
Sale of Government Lands on the
Island of Molokai.
On WEDNESDAY, December 5th.
1S94, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of the Executive Building, will be
Bold at public auction, the following
Government Lands: Puniohua, Kainalu
and Puniohua-uka, Kainalu-kai and
Kamanoni, on the Island of Molokai,
containing an area of ST0 45-100 acres,
mere or less.
Upset price $.V,0.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 1st, 1S94.
Sale of Lease of Boat House Site,
East Side of the Harbor,
On WEDNESDAY, December 5, 1S94,
at 12 o'clock noDn, at the front entrance
of the Executive Building will be sold
at public auction, the lease of a Boat
House site, situate on the east side of the
Harbor, below the Immigration Wharf,
Honolulu, Oahu, containing an area of
S500 square feet.
Terrr Lease for 5 years.
Upset price 10 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
The sale of lease is conditioned that
within one year from date, the lessee
shall erect upon the said site a good sub
stantial building to cost not less than
Three Thousand ($3000) Dollars and to
be used for Boat Club purposes onlj.
A privilege of extension for an addi
tional term of 10 years will be allowed
upon the fulfilment of the above condi
tion with a further extension of 5
years should the site not be required by
the Government for other purposes.
Building to be removed by the lessee
at the termination of the lease.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 1, 1S94.
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents above Judd street
are requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes be
fore S o'clock a. sr.
Superintendent Honoluiu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., July 20, 1894.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to 6
o'clock p. m. A. BROWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. King,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, May 25, 1894.
Hawaiian Electric Company
proper care orthsy n:ey
prove vcf . , ,
kick c a
vn ay cause
a. bexci bruise;
the sij oj
xn xkc or
result in x
hcipcri o one- aj- yOUfZ.
Vvmily ctf any ic?mcnt.
- - . . - c
t vSxo Vuai Aorthc cure Of
bruises. Sbrains. Sores, i-rvsccb
fcitcs c.-lAH brw)t$'iZtsSCil it
HOLLISTER DRUG Col
Pain Killer !
503 Fort Street,
Of Interest to Sugar Mill Owners
Managers and Agents of
Plantations, and to Every
body Using Machinery.
The undersigned begs to inform
the public that be has opened an es
tablishment at the corner of Queen
and Nuuaxu &ts., Honolulu, where
will be kept in stock a fall snpply of
Engineer's Findings; Steam and
W ater Tipe and innings; .Brass worK,
Finished and Rough; Hooker's
Steam and Double Acting Pomps;
Deep Well Pomps; Windmill Pomps;
Hand Power Pomps of Tarioos de
signs. Being sole agent ana representa
tive of the firm of W. T. Garratt &
Co., of San Francisco, who are manu
facturers of this line of goods. I am
enabled to sell at prices never before
quoted in this market, saving my
customers the wholesale and jobbers
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of
the Richard's Lock Nut, which is aa
ordinary hexagon nut constructed so
that it is impossible for the nut to
become loose or slack, and fall off the
bolt. It costs no more than the
ordinary cold pressed iron nut and
dispenses with the use of the lock
washers, keys and split pins. This
nut is now exclusively used on all
the principal railroads and street
cars lines in the United States.
Samples and pamphlets furnished
on application to the undersigned.
Agent for the Siphon Water
Elevator, which is automatic, for
irrigation, city supply, farms, etc.
This invention as its name indicates
is based upon the principle of the
siphon known to the Ancients but
it is devised in such a manner as to
greatly enlarge the field of applica
tion. Used until today only for the
drawing off of liquids to a lower level,
the siphon now becomes an
Automatic Water Elevator, which
under favorable conditions i3 en
dowed with great powers. In many
instance?, land situated higher than
the irrigation ditch can be irrigated
at a nominal expense. The Siphon
Elevator is especially adapted for
such conditions, as it can elevate the
water from the main irrigation ditch
to a higher one, while the waste is
available for irrigating the lower
levels. The siphon elevators are
made of brass and iron in sizes
ranging in capacity of from two
hundred to three million gallons per
Estimates and p!ans furnish
ed for new machinery and repairs.
C. il. McVeigh,
Office and warehouse cor. Queen
and Nuuanu sts., Honolulu.
P. O. Box 457. Mutual Tel. 578.
and Tweed !
6re always to he found at
L. B. Kerr's
47 Qaeen Street
t5PTheso Goods are of the
best English and French
make and comprise the new
est styles and patterns, will
be sold in quantities to suit
75c. A MONTH.
$2 A QUARTER.
Payable in Advance !
PUBLISHED BY THE
NEWSPAPER COMPANY, L'D.
The Planters' Monthly.
II. M. Whitney, - Editor.
CONTEXTS FOR OCTOBER,
Notes on Carrent Topics.
The Louisiana Revolt.
Cane Topping and Cutting by
Sugar Bounties and Duties.
Farm Manures and Fertilizers.
Sugar Mills and Plantations in Hilo.
Low Prices of Sugar and their Cause.
Pineapples in Florida.
Beet Sugar in United States under the
How to grow fine Ferns.
Chemical Control in the Factory.
The Peanut Industry.
Oranges and their uses as Food.
Encouraging the Bounty System.
Worth Kemembering during Droughts.
List of Officers P. L. & S. Co.
Subscription $2.50 a year.
Foreign Subscription $3 a year.
Bound Volumes 3 5rt
Back Volumes bound to order.
Published by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
46 Merchant St. HonolulC
xml | txt