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the PACIFIC COMKEECIAL ADVEETISEB: HONOIUIiU, DECEMBEB 6, 1894,
OiHD RilLWiY 4 LAND COS
FROM iMD 4FTKR JUNE 1, 180fi.
TO SWA atnx.
B B A D
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
Ivh Honolulu... 8:45 1:45 4:35 5:10
Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 5:10 5:56
Arrive Ewa Mill... 9:57 2:57 5:3 e::
Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Leave Pearl City..6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10
Arrive Honolulu.. 7:30 11:55 4:55 6:45
A Saturdays only.
O Sunday excepted.
D Saturdays excepted.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Iul Hvery Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
Hawaiian Gazette Compant
At No. 318 Merchant Street.
Tim Daily Pa cine Commercial Advib-
tisxb (8 pages)
Per month I 75
Per 3 months if paid in advance. . 2 00
Per year in advance 8 00
Per year, postpaid to United States
o America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 00
Ter 1 year, postpaid other Foreign 14 00
Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly (8
paoei tce3day8 and fridays)
Per year 104 numbers f-5 00
Per year, Foreign Countries 6 00
Payable Invariably In Advance.
GEO. II. PARIS,
THURSDAY. : DECEMBER 6. 1S9I.
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR.
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1 I a;3
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15 J iec. 13.
POKRION MAIL. S2KT1CK.
SifiMi:j'S will leave for and arrive from
8ii rnoMco, Vancouver and Sydney n
the following dates, till tnecloaeut is 5.
A . AT liOBOLCLC
On or Alvut
Oceanic Dec. 11
Mariposa ... Dec. 0
Warrrimoo. .Dec. 24
AustraMa ...Dec. 29
For Han Francisco
On or About
Warrimoo Deo. 3
Australia... .Dec. 8
Monowai.... De. 13
China DtC 31
Miowera. Jan. 1 1
Monowi....Jan. 17 I
Miowera ... Jan. 24 1
Australia Jan. 2tj
Australia Jan. 5
Alameda Jan. 10
Warrimoo Feb. 1
Australia Feb. 2
Mariposa Feb. 7
Australia Mar. 2
Miowera Mar. 4
Monowai Mar. 7
Australia... Mar. 20
Alameda Feb. 14
Australia. . ..Feb. 23
Warri 11100. . .Feb. 24
Mariposa. . ..Mar. 14
Australia. ..Mar. 23
.Monowai... .Apr. 11
Australia. ..Apr. 20
Warrimoo. ..Apr. 24
Alameda May 9
Australia.. . May IS
Miowera May' 24
Mariposa June ;
Australia. ..June 15
Warrimoo. . June 24
Monowai July 4
Australia.... July" 13
Miowera July 21
Alameda Auir. 1
Warrimoo.. ..Apr. 1
Alameda Apr. 4
Australia.... Apr. 27
Miowera May 2
Mariposa May 2
Australia. ...May 25
Monowai May 30
Warrimoo. ...June 1
Australia... June 22
Alameda. . . . J une 27
Miowera July 2
Austra ia July 20
Mariposa July 25
Warrimoo.... Aug. 1
. .Srt'it. 7
.. Uct. 5
, .Aucr. 17
. Kept. 1I
. . C'ct.2
,. Oct. 12
Australia 'ov. 2
Miowera Nov. 24
Warrimoo. . . Dec. 21
Miowera .... Nov. 1
Australia.... Nov. 9
Warrimoo Dec. 2
Miowera Jan. 1
T TTS OoTERrNT StRTET.
3 ! 3
2-V 30.01 2-J.4
JS. VJ.lt 30 O
29 ,:V).ll 30. C:;
Barometer corrected for temperature and ele
vation, bat not for Utitude.
Tide. Sun and Moon.
! IS 5i ?
a.m. ; p.m.
3 7.49 9.3
4 8.S6 10.551 l.io
5 9.26 11.62; 5. 0, 2.50
6 10.23 a.m. 5.29 4.30
7 0.28.11.14 5.61 6. 0
8 0.55 11. 6C 6.16! 7. 0
9. 1.31'12.33! .42' 8. 0
nrjt qUArtr ol the moon oa the 5th at 1 h. 44
VESSELS I.N 1'OKT.
.2? AVAL VESSELS.
HbMS Hyacinth. May, Bird I-land.
(This list does not Include coasters.)
Ilktne Planter, Underwood, Laysan Island
Uri(? W lh Jrwin. Williams, ban Francisco.
Uk C D Bryant. Jacobsen, ban Francisco.
Am stmr Daisy Kimball, Bock, S F.
Uk. Highland Light, Nanaimo. II C.
Am tk C'evlon, Calhoun, Fort Townsend.
Am schr 'ranait, Jorgensen. ban Fran.
Ger bk Paul Isenberg, Diet. Bremen.
Axn bkt John b'mith, Groth. Fort Blakely.
bchr W F Jewett, Port Angeles.
Bk Iloutenbeck, Liverpool.
OS H Australia, Houdlette, fc'an Francisco.
Nor ship Glanivor, Williams, Newcastle.
FOKEION VESSELS F.Xl'ECTED.
Vessels Where from. Due.
Am schr Puritan Newcastle Due
Ode OSS Oceanic... SF Dec 11
II M S S Arawa Sydney Dec 13
11 M S S Mariposa . . ti F Dec 20
Am scbrllobtSearles.. Newcastle. ...Dec 20
Ger bk Lina Hongkong ...Dec 25
Schr William Bowden. Newcastle Jan 1
Ship H F Glade Liverpool ... .Jan 30
BkS C Allen SF Dec 15
BktneSG Wilder SF Dec 17
Schr Aloha S F Dec 17
Veo5I8dav. Dec. 5.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii and
From Hawaii and Mani, per stmr Kinau.
Dec 5 Volcano: J T Barraelough and
wite.Mrs H F Lewis, Mddle Layeux, Prince
Pierre d'Arenberg and valet, Capt C J
Campbell, Vi E Howell. N Ohlandt. A
Itodgers, II C Abercrorabie, Peter Lee,
Kobt Young, Mrs J C Lucas and 2 chil
dren. Hilo and way ports: Capt Wm Mat
son, Capt R Peterson, A F Judd and wife,
T K Keyworth, Miss M Olsen, K Otsuki, H
Akona. C Kaiser, T Keven, W H Corn
well, Miss B Cornwell, Miss M Freil, Miss
Spaulding, C Y Aiona, 5 children and
servant, Miss Sarah Cockett. Miss Lizzie
Cockett, Miss Hammond. Mr Young Ping,
J T Moir. 11 T Taylor, Mrs A Barner, F L
Stollz, wife and child, and 53 deck.
Per stmr Kinau 225 bags potatoes, 50
bags corn, 20 hoes. 20 bdls hides. i bales
wool, 150 piegs sundries.
WHARF AND WAVE.
Diamond Head, Dec. 5, 10 p.m.
Weather, clear; wind, fresh N.E.
The tog Eleu is in service again.
The Australia commenced to
take in sug?r yesterday.
The Mary Dodge is discharging
at the Fort Street wharf.
The steamer Kinau will leave
for Hilo and way ports tomorrow.
The steamer Kaala, now under
going repairs, will have - a new
The steamer Waialeale will
leave for Lahaina and Honokaa
tomorrow morning. x
The schooner Haleakala is ex
pected from the Wilcox wreck the
latter part of the week.
The bark Glanivor was towed to
the Mail wharf yesterday to dis
charge her cargo of coal.
The schooner Transit and the
bark Boutenbeck are both dis
charging at Brewer's wharf.
The repairs on the Kilahani will
not be completed for a week yet.
She will leave port in about ten
The barkentine Amelia, Captain
Ward, arrived at Hilo about a
week ago from the Sound. She
brought a cargo of lumber.
The barkentine John Smith
cleared for Shanghai yesterday.
She will leave today. The crew of
the vessel consider her unsea
worthy and most of the men would
prefer to stay in Honolulu.
The bark Sumatra, now at Hilo,
narrowly escaped going on shore
last Sunday. The wind was so
strong that the vessel dragged her
anchors. She was pulled into
deep water by the steamer Hawaii.
The British cruiser Hyacinth did
not leave port yesterday afternoon,
23 expected. This is the second
time her departure has been post
poned. It is now generally ac
cepted as a fact that British Com
missioner Hawes will keep her here
until the arrival of an American
IN FROM HAWAII.
The Kinau Arrives With a
Heavy Passenger List.
The Kinau arrived early yester
day morning from Hilo and way
ports. VNo stop was made at Lau
pahoehoe owing to rough weather.
She brought a heavy passenger list
but little freight. Among the pas
sengers were Chief Justice Judd
and wife, who have been absent for
three weeks ; Captain Campbell,
the wharf superintendent of the
Inter-Island Company, who returns
full of Volcano enthusiasm ; Super
intendent Rowell, who made a tour
of inspection on Hawaii ; Attorney
Arthur Rodger?, Peter Lee, the
manager of the Volcano house, and
Reports from Hawaii are to the
effect that the rainfall has been
very heavy all over the island. The
fall at Honomu for the month of
November measured 2S.63 inches.
The Daily Advertiser, 75 cents a
month Delivered by Carrier,!
GRANDEUR OF MAUNA LOA.
Peter Lee Says That It Surpasses
the Record for Many Years.
Mr. Peter Lee i3 in town. Mr.
Lee arrived on the steamer vester
day morning in company with a
party of tourists who have been
guests at the Volcano House for
the past two weeks. He reports
the activity of the Volcano greater
than it ha3 been for several years.
Not only tourists but kamaainas
from different parts of the island
have been to witness the grand
spectacle which the V oleano pre
sents. The recent earthquake was
felt in the vicinity but no unusual
demonstrations were noticed about
the mouth of the crater as a result
of the disturbance. There is plenty
of enow on the mountains these
days and rain in abundance at all
points on the island below the enow
limit. Mr. Lee comes to Honolulu
for treatment of an injury bus
tained to his foot while working
about his hotel, also to attend to
business affairs here and on Maui.
Mr. Chase will accompany a party
of seven tourists to the, Volcano on
the next trip of the Kinau, Mr. Lee
returning some time next week.
Mr. Lee says that the greater part
of the business of the hotel of late
has been with the transient trade
of the islands.
WHAT SOME FAMOUS DOCTORS SAT.
Sir James Paget warned his dis
ciples against surgical operations
on drinkers, even ''moderate" ones.
"Be rather afraid," he savs, "of
operating on those, of whatever
class, who think they need stimu
lants before they work ; who can
not dine till after wine or bitters ;
who always havex sherry on the
sideboard; or are always sipping
brandy-and-water ; or are rather
proud that, because they can eat eo
little, they must often take some
wine. Many people who pass for
highly respectable, and who mean
no harm, are thus daily damaging
their health and making themselves
unfit to bear any of the storms of
Professor P. Flourens, of the Col
lege de France, in his work on Hu
man Longevity, says : "To prolong
life, that is, to make it laet as long
as the constitution indicates that it
should, there is a means, and a
very certain means, and that is to
live soberly." Sir Andrew Clark
said : "When I think of the terrible
effects of the abuse of alcohol, I
am disposed to give up my profes
sion, to give up everything, and go
forth upon a holy crusade, preach
ing to all men. Beware of the enemy
of the race ! "
"The prodigal had to travel a
long way from his father's house
before he could be made willing to
feed swine. Men have to get far
away from God before they can be
induced to sell rum."
" It is encouraging to read how
rapidly the movement to do away
with check reins is gaining in
England. Railway, coal, brewery
and other companies which use
draft horses, have abandoned the
use of the cruel " bearing rein," on
all horses under their control.
Fashionable women need an arrest
of thought on the subject of the
cruelty they unintentionally exer
cise upon their horses.
. ir. J". Baker
North Pembroke, Mass.
After the Grip
Relief from Hood's Sarsaparllla
Wonderful and Permanent.
MC. L Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. :
I had kidney trouble and severe pains la
my back, which was brought about by a coll
contracted while in camp at LlnnfleM la 1852.
I hare been troubled more or less since that
time and have been unable tr do any heavy
work, much less any liftine. I received only
temporary relief from medicines. Last spring
1 had an attack ot the grip, which left me with
A Bad Cough, Very Weak
physically, in fact my system was completely
rundown. I tried a bottle of Hood's Sarsapa
rllla and it made me feel so much better that I
continued taking it. and have taken six botues.
It has done wonders for me, as I have not been
so free from my old pains and troubles since the
war. I consider Hood's Sarsaparllla a God-sent
blessing to the suffering." William J. Bxkeb,
Iforth Pembroke, Mass.
Hood's Pills cure Constipation byrestor.
l&g the peristaltic action of the alimentary canaL
HOBRON' DKFG roMPANY,
3366 Wholesale Agents.
Steamers of the above line, running
in connection v.ith the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co., between Vancouver, B. C.
and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at
Victoria B. C, Honolulu and
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
Suva and' Sydney:
8. S. "WARRIMOO"...... December 24
8. S. "MIOWERA" January 24
Through tickets issued from Honolulu
to Canada, United States and Europe.
CCTTor Freight and Passage and all
general information, apply to
Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
" MIOISTO W.AX'5
01 the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and
Auckland, on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
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
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
C7m'FoT further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
S. S. AUSTRALIA
from 8. F.
December 1. . .December 8
December 29. . . .January 5
January 26 February 2
From San Fran.
From Sydney for
MONOWAI Dec 13
ALAMEDA Jan 10
MARIPOSA Feb 7
MARIPOSA Dec 20
MONOWAI Jan 17
ALAMEDA Feb 14
CH1S. BRIW5R & CO3
Boston Line of Packets.
Shippers will please take
notice that the
Leaves New York on or about JAN.
1 for this port, if sufficient induce
For further information, apply to
Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kiiby St., Boston,
Mass., or to
O. BREWER & CO. (L'D.),
Arrived by the Alameda
Aud added to our large and
selected stock of
Steel Garden Trowels.o.G and
7 inches, Hawaiian Flags 4$
to 12 feet, Wostenholni Poc
ket Knives, 150 dozen assorted;
Stubs' Jewellers' Files, 109
dozen assorted; Door Mats,
"Aloha" and plain, large as
sortment; Brass Blacksmiths'
A FINE LINE OF
The best Swing Strops, Mixed
White Shellac, Hair and
Horse Clippers, Hunning'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 & Si
Corner Fort and
When a Man Needs Meat
II K DON'T GO HUNTING
FOR IT -:- -:- -:-
HE BUYS IT!
When a man needs Hay and Grain
he don't have to hunt.
Does the hunting and furnish
We hunt for the market. Fresh
pupply just arrived ex S.G.Wildei.
OfS.ce : Corner Nuuanu and
We have, removed our
STOCK OF JEWELRY
Store Lately Occupied
WENNER & CO.,
Where we will be pleased to eee our old
patrons and many new ones.
O. BOX 2S7.
Jacobsou & Pfeilfer.
lioery for 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 PUMP with all connections.
CThe above are all in good order
and can be had at a bargain by applying
to the undersigned.
UNION FEED COMPANY, LIMITED.
(PAIKXTKD I'NDKK THB LAW OF
THK 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
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
of300ftons. 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
'ork 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
J5grPlans and specifications
of these shredders may be seen
at the office of
G. Irwin & Co. Ll
SOLE AGENTS FOR THK
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 Nuuanu sts., Honolulu, where
will be kept in stock a full supply of
Engineer's Findings; Steam and
Water Pipe and Fittings jBrasswork,
Finished and Rough ; Hooker's
Steam and Double Acting Pumps j
Deep Well Pumps; Windmill Pumps;
Hand Power Primps of various de
signs. '' Being sole agent and 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 an
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 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 ditcu
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 plans furnish
ed for new machinery and repairs.
C. K. McVeigh,
Office and warehouse cor. Queen
and Nuuanu sts., Honolulu.
P. O. Box 457 Mutual Tel. 57S
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