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TILE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, AD VlJ RAISES: HOOIiUIiU, DECEMBER 4, 1894.
8 OiHD BilLWAY i LAND CO.'S TIME TABLE. ftiom ad irraa june i. i8&a. r --1 r- fyv - rryi T A I N TO E'WA 'ZZUL, BEAD A.M. r.X. ?.M. ?.2. Leave Hono!als...8:45 1:45 4:35 5:10 Leave Pearl City.. 9 2:30 5:10 5:55 Arrive Ewa Mill... 9 7 2:57 5:33 e:22 TO HCNOLCLc. C B 5 a A.M. A.IJ P.M. P.3. Leave Ewji SUiL.S'.-l 10:43 3:43 5:42 Leave Pearl City. .6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10 Arrive Ilonola!a..7:30 11:55 4:55 6:45 A Saturdays only. B Daily. O Sandavi excepted. D Baturoays excepted. The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Iu4 K-rery Morning, Except Sunday, by th Hawaiian Gazette Company At ICo. 318 Merchant 8trU EIGHT PAGES. SUBSCKIPTION RATES: Ihi Daily Pacific Commkbcial ADVER TISES (8 PAQSS) Per month . J5 Per 3 months if paid in advance. . 2 00 Per year in advance 8 00 Per year, postpaid to United States of America, Canada, or Mexico.. -11 00 Per 1 year, postpaid other Foreign 14 00 Hawaiian Gazette, Sejc-Wzeexy (8 pages Tuesdays and Fridays) Per year 104 numbers $5 00 Per year, Foreign Countries 6 00 Pajable Invariably In Advance. GEO. II. PARIS, Business Manager. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, lS9i. THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. December, 1894. 1 1 I I SO. M. TuJ W. ;Tb. Fr. jSa. j moo'i FHAt. I ! j" ! ? -j Flrit Qa'r J 3 4 5 j 7 8 j V Ic. A. I f lull Moo a 9 10 11 23 I IS 1 13 U Vtclt. 13 31 25 j 28 j 27 23 NewAIoon rOKXlOK MAIL. Kit V 1 t' K. Staxujiispi will leaTfl for aa! nmefrjm Ban Francisco, Vancouver and Sydney n the following dates, till toe close of I "bo Am. at Hosolclc FM.SaS FRA5CI8CO 03 Va5C0CT On or Abut Oceanic Dec. 11 Mariposa . . . Dt-c. IX) Warrriruco. .Dec. 24 Australia Dec. '2J Mioxera.. ... Jan. 1 Monowai... Jan. 17 iiiowera . . Jan. 24 Australia Jan. 2 Alameda Feb. 14 Australia.... Feb. 23 Warrimoo. . .Feb. 24 Mariposa. . ..Mar. 14 Australia.. .Mar. 23 Miowera....Mar. 21 Monowai... .Apr. 11 Australia. ..Apr. 2D Warrimoo. ..Apr. 21 Alameda May Australia.. . May IS Miowera May 24 Manposa June Australia. ...June 15 Warrimoo. . June 21 Monowai July 4 Australia. ...July 13 Lkate Honolulu Fob 6 s FaA5cucj OS VA5COCVKR Oh or About Warrimoo Drc. 3 Australia... Ak-c. 8 Monowai.... De:. 13 China Dtc. 31 18U5. Australia Jan. 5 Alameda.... Jan. 10 Warrimoo... .Feb. 1 Australia Feb. 2 Mariposa Feb. 7 Australia Mar. 2 Miowera Mar. 4 M onowai . . . . .M ar. 7 Australia. ..Mar. 20 Warrimoo. ...Apr. 1 Alameda Apr. 4 Australia.. ..Apr. 27 Miowera May 2 Mariposa May 2 Australia. ...May 25 Monowai Maj- 30 Warrimoo... June 1 Australia... June 22 Alameda June 27 Miowera July 2 Australia July 20 Mariposa July 25 Warrimoo.... A up. 1 Australia.. .Aui;. 17 Monowai. . .Aug. 22 Miowera Au. 31 Australia... Sept. 14 .Miowera July 21 Alameda . . Australia. Warrimoo Mariposa. Australia. . Avg. 1 .Aug. 10 .AUK. -4 . ..Au- -9 . . .rept. 7 . Sept. 24 Miowera, Monowai .Sept. 2(5 Alanieda . . Sept. 19 Warrimoo. . . . L'ct. 2 Australia Oct. 12 Mariposa Oct. 17 Miowera Nov. 1 Australia.... Nov. ii Warrimoo Dec. 2 Miowera Jan. 1 Australia Oct. 5 Warrimoo. . Oct. 24 Alanieda Oct. 21 Australia Nov. 2 Miowera Nov. 24 Warrimoo. . . Dec. 24 Meteorological Kerorri. iT THE GOYEKXMZNT 8CRVET. EVERT 310NDAT. rUELI-HED THEUMO T O n o -i 3 Han Mod Tu. Wed Tta Frl. tjftt. j CI 6., 73 0.00 73 0.fr 74 74 33 k; 7f, 63 65! X.E E S E I 1 1 2.4 6 6,7 6S 67 67 70.47 J3,:ll.ll30.a2 73 0.07 77 0.CJ 7.Y2.40 76.0. 4S 6! r.l 29'tf.ll30.0-.5 J':i0.1n.).(y5 l!:.12 30.l0 7l.N? X E Barometer corrected for temperature ni ele TfttioD, bat cot for latitude. Title. San and 3Ioon. x s DT. 3?' S 2 .m. ' p.a. p.m. !.m. 3 7.4J 9.31 3.531 .21 5.13 lo.ro 5.13 ii. as 5 1 5.1S 0.30 5.1S: 1.22 5.W 2.13 Taea ... Wed.... Tbar.. Frld... dt 4 S.:t'U.5.V 4.21 l.lu 2.50 4.30 23 24 3 11.52 R 10.23 a.m. 7 0.2J 11.14 8 0 53 11.50 ! P. tn . 9. 1.2 12.33 5. o; 5.2? 5.54 6.15 6. 0! 2" .2 7. 0 6.42' 8. nl 6.:r,. s.y 3. 7 Flrit quarter of the moon on th 5th at 1 h. 41 ra, a. m. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS I.N 1'OKT. SA.VAL VEaEU. II B 31 S Hyacinth, ilay, ttinl Island. MEP.CHATME5. (TLIs llt does not laclu le coasters.) Ck 11 P Ititbet, Morri'Cn, Iran Franci-co. Am bk Alb? rt, (iriUitbs. can Fran, liktne Planter. L"nierwood, Layan Island Hrig W i Irwin. ViIlianj, tran Francico. Iik C 1) Bryant. Jacobin, han Francisco. Am .strnr Dai-y Kimball, Kock, S F. Bk Highland Uzht. Nanainuo. B C. Am bk Cevlon, Calhoun, Port Townsend. Am f-cbr Transit, Jorgensen. San Fran. Ger bk Paul Lsenberp. Biet. Bremen. Am bkt John fcmith, Groth, Port BlaLelr, fcchr W F Jewett. Port Angeles, Bk Iloutenbeck, Liverpool. OSS Australia, HgU'lic: can Francisco. FOREIGN VESSELS EZl'ECTED. Vessels- Where from. Am bit Elainore Newcastle , , , Uktne Amelia , . .Tort Gamble. Am scbrl'uritan Newcastle... Nor ship Glanivor Newcastle... CASS Warrimoo Svdney O & O S S Oceanic... S F IIMSS A raw Sydney Due. i i.LJCfi ...Due ...Due ...Due . .. Due .Dec 11 .Dec 13 .Dec 20 .Dec 20 .Dec 25 .Jan 1 .Jan 30 . Dec 15 . Dec 17 Dec 17 u m & a iianposa. ..s J: Amscbr KobtSearles. .Newcastle. Ger bk Lina llongkong Schr William Bowden. Newcastle. Ship H F Glade Liverpool . Bk H C Allen 3F liktne SG Wilder oF Schr Aloha b F M05DAT, Dec. 3. OSS Australia, Houdlette, from San Francisco. Bk Ikjutenbeck, 100 days from Liverpool. DEPARTURES. Mosdat, Dec. 3. Stmr Ke Au Hoa, Le Clair, for circuit of Oahu. Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai. Stmr James Makee, Peterson, for Eapaa. VKS8KL8 LKAVI.NH TODAY. Stmr W G Hall, Simerson, for Maui and Hawaii at 10 a m. Stmr Iwalani. Freerx.an, for Kauai at 5 pm. . Stmr Kilauea IIou, Weisbarth. for Ha waii at 4 p m. Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maui at 5 pm. CASS Warrimoo, Bird, for Victoria, B. C. PAI8KNQKBS. ARRIVALS. From San Francisco, per OSS Austra lia, Dec 3 Misses Afong (3), J E Aiken, C U Anthony, Mrs A Bierman, 11 S Barnes, Miss Barnes, C A Black. Mrs J Bowles, Jos Brewer and wife, E L Chase, W H Coney, A F Cooke, A Dreier, Mrs Geo Farnham, Mrs J Goodchild. Mrs J Graham and 2 children. Mrs W F Geiger, Mrs F Good man and 3 children, M Green, J C Harris, Fred Jacobs, Mrs C L Jones, Miss Athalie Levey, Dr K I Moore, L Magnin, F B Mc Stocker. J F O'Connor, Kev Lemuel E Schneider. Major W T Seward. Mrs WC Wilder, Fred T Briitor a.d wife. A T Bri zil and wife. A 11 Smail, Wm Litchfield and wife, T II Thompson. DEPARTCEES. For San Francisco, per bark R P Ilithet, Dec 3 Mrs Lathrop. II H Hatch and W Walker. EXPORTS. For San Francisco, per bark R P Rithet -11.5SO bags sugar, valued at $11,237.03. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Dec. 3, 10 p.m. Weather, thick ; wind, fresh X.E. The schooner Transit commenced to discharge her cargo yesterday. She will take on sugar after the Ceylon. The bark R. P. Rithet left for San Francisco yesterday with a cargo of sugar valued at $41,297.63. Four passengers left on her. The British bark Routenbeck ar rived last night, 160 days from Liverpool. She brings a cargo of merchandise consigned to T. H. Davies it Co. The bark S. C. Allen left San Francisco for this port on Novem ber 24th. She was to be followed two days later by both the Aloha and the S. G. Wilder. The bark Albert will leave for San Francisco this morning about 10 o'clock with 1035 tons of sugar. Everybody wishes Captain Griffiths a safe voyage and a quick return. The island steamers leaving to day are the W. G. Hall for Maui and Hawaii, at 10 a.m. ; Kilauea Hou for Hawaii, at 4 p.m. ; Iwa lani and Mikabala for Kauai, and the Claudine for Maui, all at o p.m. Philadelphia, Nov. 25. The American liner Indiana, Ciptain Townsend, from Liverpool and Queenstown, for thi3 port, with a crew of 70 men and 140 steerage passengers, has not yet turned up and is now almost six davs over due. The Red Star steamship Pennsylvania is also five days over due. The schooner Mary DodgeJ Cap tain C. J. Bergman, arrived yester day, twenty-one days from Eureka, Cal. She brought 290,000 feet of lumber, consigned to Wilder Sz Co. Captain Bergman reports that he was caught in the storm on Satur urdav and had about 10,000 feet of lumber washed from his deck. Cap tain Gallup, formerly master of the Mary Dodge, is now running a schooner on the California coast. San Diego, Nov. 22 The Brit ish ship Harland, which arrived from London Tuesday, was in com pany with the American ship Ster ling, Captain Weldon, bound from Philadelphia to this port. Both encountered a fearful gale off Cape Horn, which drove the Sterling back and forced her to go to Falk land Island to repair her top-side3. The Ilarland, after a desperate struggle, gave up trying to pass through the teeth of the gale, and turned eastward, taking the course straight acro3 the South Atlantic, doubling the Cape of Good Hope, passing between Tasmania and New Zealand, and coming thence acro--3 the Pacific to San Diego. The distance was covered in 1S3 davs. LEFT SAN FRANCISCO MONDAY, ! A Damaged Shaft Keeps tfce Ans- j tralia at San FranciscOj 1 I I T i w u u . . .nil Vl.lita !., In a Duplicate Crank A Smooth Trip to Tkla Port. A cracked crank-shaft wa3 discov ered on the Australia on the Monday following her arrival at San Francl3co. It was removed and replaced by a new one. It took just seven days and nights to effect the change. This ac counts for the steamer's delay. She left San Francisco at 8 a.m. on last Monday with 47 cabin and an equal amount of steerage passengers. She brought 55 bags of mail. Purser McCombe reports fine weather from port to port. Soon after she was sighted yester day morning, people trudged down to the dock, and by the time the vessel was docked a very large crowd of people were on the wnarf. The well known steamer never was more gladly welcomed, and as soon as Captain Houdlette could be reached he was beseiged by a volley of questions. He stood the tire well and came up smil ing as usual. Among the passengers who arrived were Mrs. Wilder, who has been visiting her son in San Francisco; Deputy Collector Mc Stocker and family; the Misses Afong; M. Green, of Phillips fc Co.; A. F. Ceoke; August Drier, the plantation manager; Mrs. J. Graham and family, and others. They all received a warm welcome from their friends. 1 a i $10,000 CANAIGRE TANNERY. Extensive Preparations for Growth of Prodnct in San Diego. Commissioner Marsden did not receive the invoice of canaigre by the Australia as expected. He has the assurance however that the next steamer will bring his much coveted plants. The activity in the cultivation and use of this plant in the United States is daily increasing. Reports from San Diego state that arrangements have been perfected by the ranchers of that vicinity for the planting of canaigre on a large scale and a com pany has been organized to handle the product. A tannery is to be erected in San Diego to cost $10,000 and the plant will be extended as rapidly as the supply of canaigre increases. The roots grow wild in Lower California, bat it is believed the output can be largely increase by cultivation. The Accommodation Line. 5 U2i A2iU AF1K ember26, 1894, there will be a daily line of Staces from WAI A.LUA to PEARL CITY Sun days excepted, leavinWaialaa at 7 a.m. and arriving at Pearl City in time for the 11 o'clock tain for Honolulu; leaving Pearl City on arrival of 1 :45 train from Honolulu, arriving at Waialua at 6 p.m. ED. BOGART, Driver and Manager. Waialua, November 26, 1S94. 3854-1 m The Planters' Monthly. II. M. Whitxet, - Editor. CONTENTS FOR 189-5 NOVEMBER, Colored Frontispiece of the Presi dent of the P. L. & S. Co. Editorial Remarks on Annual Meeting. Minutes of Annual Meeting P. L. & S. Co. Secretary's Report. Treasurer's Report. Election of Officers for 1S05. List of Subscribers to the P. L. & S. Co. Report of Labor Committee. Census Table of Laborers and Nationalities. Report on Cultivation. Report on Manufacture of Sugar. Tables of Makaweli Mill Diflusion Plant. Report on Machinery. Supplemental Report of Same Committee. Report on Forrestry. Report on Tobacco. Report on Fiber Plants. Supplemental Report of Same Committee. Report on Coffee and Tea. Report on Fertilizers. Notes on Entrainment. Committees for 1S95. Note Correcting Statement Made in Labor Report. Snb-vription .2.50 a year. Foreign Subscription $3 a year. Bo and Volumes , Back Volumes bound to order. 3 50 Crrublisbed by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. 46 Merchant St. Honoial' . Shipping. HANA DIAN- A DSTR A LI A NT Steamship Line. Steataers of the arove 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. Honolulu and J Suva Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, viz: From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria and Vancouver, B. C: 8. S. "WARRIMOO" December 2 8. S. "MIOWERA" January 1 S. 8. "WARRIMOO" February 1 From Victoria and Vancouver, B. ft, for So?a and Sydney: 8. 6. "WARRIMOO" December 24 S. S. "MIOWERA" January 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. XJ Tor Freight and Passage 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 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and Auckland, on or about DECEMBER 13th, 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 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or about DECEMBER 20tli, And "will have prompt despatch with Mails and Passengers for the above ports. The undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES. gXFor further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO "Time Table. LOCAL LINE. Arrive Honolulu Leave Hocclula fromS. F. forS.F. December 1. . .December 8 December 29 January 5 January 2G February 2 THROUGH LINE. From San Fran, for Sydney. Arrive Honolulu. MARIPOSA Dec 20 MONOWAI Jan 17 ALAMEDA Feb 14 Frjm Sydney for San Francisco. Leave Honolulu. MONOWAI Dec 13 ALAMEDA. Jan 10 MARIPOSA Feb 7 3314-3m CniS. & C0.'2 Boston Line of Packet Shippers will please take . notice that the XytS- AMERICAN SJUTi HELEN BREWER Leaves New York on or about JAN. 1 for this port, if sufficient induce ment offers. 22?"For further information, apply to Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston, Mass., or to C. BREWER & CO. (L'D.), Honolulu, Agents. Is. (5mrrat tocrrisfrnriiis. Arrived by tlie Alanieda j Aud added to our large and I selected stock of Hardware ! Steel Garden Trowels,54,G and 7 inches, Hawaiian Flags 4J to 12 feet, Wostenholm Poc ket Knives, 150 dozen assorted; Stubs' Jewellers' Files, 109 dozen assorted; Door Mats, "Aloha" and plain, large as sortment; Brass Blacksmiths' Rules,Steel Blacksmiths'Kules, A FINE LINE OF RAZORS The best Swing Strops, Mixed White Shellac, Hair and Horse Clippers, Running's Transmitters, L. D. Hand Telephones, Bull's Eye Dash Lanterns, Powder Loading Measures, Hammock Hooks, Paint Brushes, Patent Castors, Turn Buckles, etc., etc., etc. E. 0. HALL & S Corner Fort and King Streets When a Man Needs Meal II K DON'T GO HUNTING FOR IT -:- -:- -:- HE JBUYS IT! When a man needs Hay and Grain he don't have to hunt. The California Feed Company Does the hunting and iarnieh THE HAY AND GRAIN. We hunt for the market. Fresh pupply just arrived ex S.G. Wilder. CJ"TeIephones 121. OfS.ce : Corner Nnuanu and Queen Streets. or Sale. 1 ENGINE, double cylinder, single action, 6x6 cylinders, 12 h. p. 1 VERTICAL TUBULAR BOILER, 5 feet long, 40 inches diameter, containing 100 2-inch tubes ; will supply steam for 15 h. p Engine. 1 FEED PUMT with all connections. CSTThe above are all in good order and can be had at a bargain by applying to the undersigned. UNION FEED COMPANY, IMIB. ?So0 160-1 m Kamehametia School for Girls. The First Terra of Kamehameha Girle' School open? Wednesday, December igth Application s for admission may be addressed iliss Pope, either at Kameha meha Manual, or Miss Tope will be in the Hawaiian Kindergarten Room, Queen Emma Hall, Saturday mornings, from 9 to 12,where she will be pleased to meet applicants. The tuition is fifty dollars a year. No applicants received under 12 years of age. 3S12-td 1593-lm Macliinery National Cane Shredder (PATEMKI) CNDKK TUE IA IT s or THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS , Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of the Ililo 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 b' closing the 125 hours grinding with an output of 300 tons. This is fully 10 per cent, more than the best work of former years. "The three roller mill being 26 in. by 54 in. and the two roller mill 30 in. by 60 in. The first mill doing this amount of 'vork in an efficient manner and with great ease, compared with work on whole caner owing to thorough preparation of the cane by the National Cane Shredder, recently erec ted by the Company. Aud 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 quality. "I continue to find the raegass from shredded cane better fuel than from whole cane. 4The 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 attention." ISETTlans and specifications of these shredders may be seen-, at the office of We G. Irwin & Co. L'd. SOLE AGENTS FOR THK HAWAIIAN ISLAND'.. 3oQ4-3m 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 he has opened an es tablishment at the corner of Queen and Nutjaxu Bts.,. Honolulu, where will be kept in stock a full supply of Engineer's Findings; Steam and Water Pipe and Fittings ; Brass work. Finished and Rough; Hooker's Steam and Double Acting Pnmns? Deep Well Pumps; Windmill Pumps; Hand Power Pumps of various de signs. Being sole agent and representa tive of the firm of W. T. Garratt fc Co., of San Francisco, who are manu facturers of this line of goods, I am enabled to sell at Drices never beforo quoted in this market, saving my customers the wholesale and jobbers profits. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of the Iiichard'a Lock Nut, which is an ordinary hexagon nut constructed so that it is impossible for th nnt in become loose cr slack, and fall off the bolt. It costs no more than the ordinarv cold Dressed iron nnt and dispenses with the use of the lock wasners, Keys and split pins, lins nut is now exclusively used on all the principal railroads and street cars lines in the United States. Samples and pamphlets famished on application to the undersigned. Agent for the Siphon WTater Elevator, which is automatic, for irrigation, citv suddIv. farms. o . r ri f This invention as its name indicates is based upon the principle of the sipnon known to tne 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 WTater Elevator, which unler favorable conditions is en dowed with great powers. In many instances, 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 tbe 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 day. Estimates and plans furnish ed fcr new machinery and repairs. C II. ATcVeioh, Consulting Engineer. Office and warehouse cor. Queen and Nnuanu sts., Honolulu. P. O. Box 457 Mutual Tel. 5 78 v : t'i s.' I) - H I f; i t'i n Ii