THE PACIFIC COMMEKCIAIi ADVERTISE!!: HONOIiUIiU, ISOVEMBER 13, 1S94
GONE INTO THE EAST.
Ned Laagley Will Try His Luck
in China and Japan.
Ned Langley has gone to the
Orient. He left very quietly on the
merchant eteamer Nanshan. Ned
chipped as an oiler. He is an en
cineer. and hopes to cet into one
of the warring navies. Victorious
crews get fancy prize money, and
Ned is after the yellow orators.
Capt. Langley is very well known
In Honolulu. He was at one time
in the Custom House, then on the
police force. It was while in the
Marshal's department that Ned dis
graced himself. He accepted hush
money from Chinese gamblers. At
first Ned claimed that he simply
received a retainer Tor work as an
artist. He said he was going to get
op for them a new style of wash-
bill from the desien on a turtle's
back. Later, he weakened and con
fessed in open court that he took
the bribe. Ned had been rated a
good fellow in his way, and plenty
oi people were sorry lor mm. -eu
was so good-natured that he could
make a mad creditor smile.
Almost everyone hopes that Lang-
ley noes weii in me vrienu xzo m
a fine soldier, havinc nandlea a
tmze drill comnanv here in the
KALUNA GETS TWO YEARS.
A Tax Collector is Given a Chance
to Make Good.
In the Circuit Court yesterday a
native named Kaluna was convict
ed on a charge of larceny and was
eentenced to two years in prison by
Judge Cooper. A second charge of i
the same nature was dismissed.
Kaluna was arrested about one
week ago for robbing several stores
Joseph P. Sylva, charged with
embezzlement, pleaded guilty. Sen
tence in his case was suspended
until the 20th met., as it is under
stood that he will make his short
age good. Sylva was a tax collector
W. H. Coulter has withdrawn his
appeal on a charge of receiving
stolen goods. He was convicted
some time ago on two charges, the
one mentioned and the other, that
of highway robbery. It was al
leged that he stopped a Chinese and
took what little money he had.
Tent Gospel Meetings.
A eeries of Gospel meetings will
be held in a tent on Union Square
during week day evenings, com
mencing Thursday in this week, at
7 :G0 p. m.. under the auspices of
the Christian Church. The preach-
ing will be conducted by Evan
gelist T. D. Garvin, aided by Eric
Lewis, and Lieut. Stileman of II.
B. M. S. Hyacinth.
All are earnestly invited to at
tend. The assistance of Christian
workers will be welcomed. The
meetings will be opened each even
ing with a song service, xso col
lections will be taken.
Captain Klcmme'a Case,
There seemed to be pretty gen
eral approval in town yesterday of
the police department's action in
dispensing with Captain Carl
Klemme's services. Klemme called
upon botn the Attorney ueneral
and the Marshal daring the day.
There was rather a serious expres
sion on his face. He was talked to
very plainly. Klemme has been
disobeying orders and his force did
about it lilced. In srtnrt it bft-
came so bad that the discipline of
the entire department was threat
Hawaiians Folly Alive.
Special notices have been issued
for this evening's regular meeting
of the Hawaiian Republican Club.
The organization has reason to be
lieve that enemies of the Govern
ment have been active in plot
ting. For this reason the club will
pledge anew its fealty to the Re
public and to the cause of annexa
tion. The loyal Hawaiians say
they stand solidly to resist any
assault from any quarter directed
at the present Government.
Brawls of the Night.
A Chinaman employed in the
restaurant near the Merry-go-round
assaulted a boy named Mitchell
last night. An iron bar wa3 used
and a lee injured. The Pake was
A Portuguese boy who works at
the tram stables in Nuuanu valley
struck a Chinese woman in the
face with a stick. He was arrested
and bailed out by Manager Paine.
The boy claimed that a gang of
Chinese attacked him.
Keep your friends abroad posted
on Hawaiian affairs. Send them
copies of the Advertiser or Gaxetti
exports Uawallai J.Iands for Quarter
Ending Jane 30, 1894.
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Ending September 30, 1804.
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AUCTION SALE OF AWA LICENSES.
There will be sold at Tublic Auction
on THURSDAY, the 6th day of Decem
ber, 1S94, the following Awa Licenses
for the term of one year from January
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Ewa and Waianae 1
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The Licenses for Oahu will be sold on
the above named day at 12 o'clock noon.
at the front entrance of the Executive
Those for the Islands of Maui and
Kauai, will be 6old in their respective
Districts on the above date, at such hour
and place as shall le designated by the
several sheriffs or their deputies. Should
it be for good reason be found necessary
to change the day of sale, due notice will
le given by posters in the said Districts.
Upset price $100 for each license.
Terms. A dcjosit of twenty-tive per
cent, is required on the fall of the ham
mer, ana lorreit or said iieposit, snouia
the full amount of license money not be
paid within ten days from the date -ji s-.il.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 12tb,
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Poncd Notice. ,
In accordance with Section 1 of Chap
ter XXXV of the Session Laws of 1SSS,
I have this day changed the location of
the Government Pound at Kuala to the
land known as Kukuiula, in the District
of Koloa, Kauai.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 12, 1S94.
Notice of Meeting of
Tax A p-
Notice is hereby given to all persons
whom it may concern that the General
Tar Appeal Boards of the Second Divi
sion will sit at the times and places be
low Betforth for the purpose of hearing
District of Hasa At liana Court
House, 10 a. m., November 22d, 1S94.
Max aw ao District At Makawao
Court House, 10 a. m., November 2Gth,
Wajluku District At Wailuku Court
House, 10 a. m., November 2Sth, 1894.
Lahadja District ad Ihland of
Lanai At Lahaina Court House, 10 a.m.
December 1, 1S94.
Island of Molokai At Pukoo Court
HouBe, 10 a. m., December 3, 1S94.
JOHN W. KALUA,
Judge Circuit Court, Second Circuit.
Wailuku, November 7, 1894.
Jvpn annointed Lnna of the Government
Lands in Nuuanu Valley, with authority
to eiect all trespassers without written
narmit fmm fliA Tntprinr Offiffl.
And also with authority to take up and
impound all estrays on the Government
land and public highways from Hanai-
akamalama to the Pah of Isuuanu, vice
WiHiam Laa. J; A. JOSQ.
impound all estrays on the Government
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 5th, 1894.
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 8 o'clock a. m.
Superintendent Uondaia Water Works.
Honolulu, II . I., July 20, 1894.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes ave
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. u. 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. 3698-tf
We have them in our New Store.
These Goods are direct from the Factory.
Not one pair has ever been shown before.
This refers to
105 FORT STRERT,
The very latest in everything for the
feet of ladies, gentlemen and children.
See the new novelties. All absolutely
new and warranted. All from the lead
ing makers at
105 FORT STREET.
The undersigned offers for sale the
following hand-made Laces:
Dollf, Table Mats.
Center Table I'lece, Tille
School street, near Waikahalulu.
(PATENTED UNDER TDK LAWS OF
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.)
Mr. 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
"During the past week the
tt:i o ri r -n
ceeded any of its former
records bv closincr the 125
hours crindiner with an outnut
nfSnnSfnnc TV.ic ;c MU? in
ijcj. uj-it. mule Liitiu tut; ucsl
worK OI iormer years.
"The three roller mill heme
9a in WW nn
.n. .:n on z en mi
roller mill 30 m. by 60 m. The
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nrSL mill doing tlllS amount Ol
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Work in an efficient manner
and with great ease, compared
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Ul.u Vuif ,11UAO .uc
owing to tnorougn preparation
OI the Cane by tne JNatlOnai
Cane Shredder. rfiPftntlv firpn-
hxr fTio Pnmnnnv Anrl
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I Oy IIS US6 LU6 extraC- I
tion nas been increased from
I d per Cent, to O per cent. On all
I Irinrla nf nana nH in enma
cases 80 per cent, has been
reached- trie averse heW 7K
reached; the average being 75
to 7S per cent., according to
..j c'ontinue to flnd the
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better fuel than from Whole
"The shredder has been
wnrlrintr: nnd nio-hf. fnr
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seven monins ana nas given
I me entire satisiaction, naving
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I shredded during that time
I about seventy thousand tons
I i i "i l. :i
bein hard ratooifi.
"The shredder and engine
require very little care or
K?Plans and specifications
of these shredders may be seen
at the office of
We G. Irwin & Co. L'i.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
20-Year -: Leases
Lob Centrally Locatec
J. M. TIVAS.
An Investment in Cofee !
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AN
interest in a Cofiee Plantation of
two hundred acres. Twenty-three acres
already in coffee and a large nursery of
plants ready for planting. Buildings on
the estate ; situated on road from Hilo to
Volcano of Kilauea. Apply to
J. O. CARTER,
208 Merchant Street.
November 5, 1S94. 3835-1 w
A LIMITED NUMBER OF SHARES
in the South Kona Coffee Company.
The Company has acquired five hundred
acres of coffee land in fee simple at Papa
2, South Kona, Hawaii, about three and
one-half miles from Hoopuloa landing.
The land is among the best for coffee
crowincr in Kona, the soil consisting of
very rich a-a and is easily worked. A
large number of shares have already
been subset i bed for.
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwright's Block, Merchant Street,
Honolulu. ?811 1592-tf
'pHREE OR FOUR ASSISTANTS IN
JL the Free Kindergaitens, who will
receive their training free Ln considera
tion of their services. It is desirable
that applicants shculd be at least twenty
years of aire ; should have a good com
mon school education; pome musical
ability ; a sincere love for children and
an enthusiasm for teaching. AprH- to
Mlrs EASTMAN or MRS. H." C.
COLEMAN. 33 29-lw
Of Interest to Sugar Mill Owners
Managers and Aeents of
Plantations, and to Every
body Using Machinery.
The umlersiened bees to inforlh
the public that he has opened an es
tablishment at the corner of Queen
and Nutjaxu fets , Honolulu, where
will be kept in stock a fall supply of
Engineer 3 xindings; bteam and
Water Pipe and Fittings ;Brasswork,
rimshed and Hough: Hookers
Steam and Doable Acting Pamps;
Deep Well Pumps; Windmill Pamps;
Hand Power Pumps of various de
Being 6ole agent and representa
tive of the firm of W. T. Garratt &
Co., of San Francisco, who are manu
facturers of this line 01 erood!. 1 am
enabled to tell at prices never before
quoted in this market, saving my
A?ent for the Hawaiian Islands or
the liichard's Lock Isut, which is an
ordinary hexasron nut constructed so
inat it is lmpossioie xor iuo uui iu
h.Pnm(, i00flHor fiiaek. and fall off the
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bolt. It costs no more than the
ordinary cold pressed iron nut and
dispenses with the use of the lock
I WBsuers, keys and split pins, lms
nut is now exclusively used on all
the principal railroads and street
cars lines in the United States.
Samples and Damphlets furnished
I on application to the undersigned.
I Aeent for the Siohon Water
I T UltU o UUlWUJiUl.Al.
irrigation, city supply, farms, etc.
I This invention as its name indicates
I IS based DDOD the DnnClDie Of tne
?no,n fn.w.n to rG AncieDls t
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tion. Used until today oniy tor tne
drawing off of liquids to a lower level,
the siphon now becomes an
nnder favorable conditions is en-
dowed with great powers. In many
instances, land situated higher than
the irrigation ditch can be irrigated
& nominal expense, ine o pnon
Elevator is especially adapted f o
cnh rmrtitinr,R as it. ran ivatft th
. wM . , . -
I water from the mam irrigation ditch
to a higher one, while the waste is
available for irrigating the lower
I levels. The siphon elevators are
in"' Zn v of ,w
hundred to three million gallons per
EHf Estimates and plans furnish
ed for new machinery and repairs.
C. ii. McVeigh,
Office and warehouse cor. Queen
and Nuuanu sts., Honolulu.
P. O. Box 457. Mutual Tel. 578.
proper Care ortnmay
-m' S ETprjianv zr
cm ay cause
the sp oj
vn clxc or
-result in x
AW ofrhczz things
hapfert fa one ff- yoOr
fivmily ntorxy vrtonxent.
Have vo la. ottle oF '
Perry p avis' p .lcr
ready jorusc Vx suck case;?
JthtxSio filial jor the cure of
bruises. SbYains. Sores, insctfc
503 Fort Street,
and Tweed !
are alwave to be found at
47 Queen Street
53P"These 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.
H. M. Whitney, - Editor.
CONTENTS FOR OCTOBER,
Notes on Current Topics.
The Louisiana Revolt.
Cane Topping and Cutting
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 Remembering during Droughts.
List of Officers P. L. & S. Co.
Subscription $2.50 a year.
Foreign Subscription $3 a year.
Bound Volumes 3 50
Back Volumes bound to order.
2J"Published by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
46 Merchant St. Honolulu
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