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TILE PACIPIC COMMJBRCIAX, ADVERTISER; HOJNOIiTJItf, FJERRVARY 14, 1895.
CAPTAIH WALKER CAH DEPART. British Commissioner Hawes Fixes the Matter for Him. n Co old Sot Iee on the Warrlma, nd Mkei m Trotett The qrm nd Her Car. Captain F. D. Walker intended to leave for Victoria in the steam ship Warrimoo the same vessel that Cranetoun, Mueller and John atone "were shipped out of the country in and after he had made all arrangements to leave he dis covered that the authorities had stopped his passport, so there was nothing for him to do but to remove his baggage from the vessel, which he did. He lodged a protest with British Commissioner Hawes, who in turn must have seen the Government in regard to the matter, as the captain has since been notified that he can leave now without fear of being de tained. He has made arrangements to go away, and will depart on the steamship Gaelic, which will be here on Saturday. The exact reason for the deten tion of Captain Walker cannot be learned, but it is. supposed to be in connection with the schooner Nor ma, now in port. The vessel re cently arrived from British Colum bia with a cargo of salt salmon. It took her a long time to make the trip. Previous to her arrival, ugly rumors were afloat concerning her movements, and it seemed to be the general impression that she landed a quantity of opium on one j of the other islands. On her arrival here she was searched, but nothing contraband was found. Then two men a Chinese and Japanese members of the crew, were locked up. The Chinaman has since been released, but the Japanese is still in custody. Nothing definite could be learned from the men regarding the move ments of the vessel. Captain Walker disclaims any connection with the vessel at pres ent. He has stated that he char tered her to a Mr. Clazton, of Vic toria, who is now in this city. As far as he knows, the schooner has not been used for any illicitvtraffic. The captain will go to Victoria by way of San Francisco. HAWAIIAN ANNEXATIONISTS Numbers Increasing and Enthusiasm Manifest Each Night. The third meeting of the Hawaii an Annexation League was held last night in the American League nail, wnere about twentynve per sons gathered together to discuss Tnat.tp.rs nertainincr to thft intprpRt nf I the league. 1 here were some new members present so n was deemed advisable that the minutes of the previous meetings together with the consti tution and by-laws, be read for their benefit. The report of the committee, as read by C. L. Hopkins, was accept ed, and the motion to have the constitution and by-laws laid on the table carried. J. F. Colburn, as chairman, asked that each person present arv A 1 1 - I point himself a committee of one to ask people to come to the next meeting, the time of which will be set by the committee at its confer-1 ence today. It was the unanimous opinion of tbose present that the American League hall be used as a place of meeting since the central thought ot tne members of the American League is annexation, the lounda- ion ofnno nf fTio TTaivaiion A t- - I SS?dffS connS thatmthe1 members of the American TacniA nave been kind enough to offer the use of their hall. To Rebuild the Opera House. A gentleman deeply interested in the matter of amusements, besides being possessed of con siderable means, has suggested I pwpxiciy oi ine government purchasing the interest of Mr. Irwin m the property on which the remains of the opera house etand and rebuild the structure at an early date. In this connection it will be re membered that Mr. James Camp bell COntemnlatpd a short f i"m nrrn the erection of an elegant and com- iuuious Duiiding for theatrical purposes on Fort street where trertzs shoe store stands and in cluding the adjoining vacant lot. or some reason Mr. Campbell did is within the range of possibilities - .rx :J inienuon, dui n a ill. a t rrr u inaacea to o so now ibat the exigencies of times de mand an appropriate house ofl ttiauBement. JOHHSOH'S LUCRATIVE BUSIHESS Fireman on Deals the Alameda Who in Opium. An Old Hand at the Bmlnett, But II Escaped 'onlihmDt-He Landed Many Tin. The Alameda will be subjected to a thorough search when she ar rives here. The Custom-house officials believe that she ha9 a quantity of opium on board, which the owners expect to land here. The smuggling is carried on by members of the crew. They have been doing a lucrative business for years and an effort will be made to catch them if it is a possible thing. One of the boldest smugglers is Charles Johnson, a fireman. He was formerly on board the Aus tralia, but he recently quit the local steamer to join the Alameda. He is well known to the San Fran cisco authorities, but has managed to keep out of jail. He is known to have been connected with the collier Romalus, that once plied between San Francisco and Na naimo. This vessel landed tons of opium at the city mentioned. Johnson buys unstamped opium in San Francisco, which he brings to Honolulu. He is said to have succeeded in almost every trip in landing quantities of the drug at this port, thereby deriving large profits. When the Alameda reached San Francisco on her last trip, the various bunks occupied by mem bers of the crew were ransacked and finally the search was re warded. In the one occupied by John Clifford, the fireman of the steamer's donkey engine, wa9 found a trunk which, upon being opened, was discovered to contain about thirty five-tael tins of.prepared, but unstamped opium. Clifford was arrested and con fessed that the drug belonged to Johnson. This opium had been smuggled aboard the steamer at San Francieco prior to her last trip, but Johnson was unable to land it here, so was compelled to take it back with him. JULY IN JANUARY. A Horse that Does Not Fit Weather Conditions. John Mackey, Superintendent of the Rancbo del Paso, near this city, has joet purchased in New Zealand for J. B. Haggin, the thoroughbred stallion July, a brother of Sir Mo dred and Cheviot, says the Sacra mento Record-Union. July is a handsome bay horse of fine form and great substance, and was bred hv th Middle Part Sfcnd Company, New Zealand, and foaled I Hfl R Trflnnrpr. nnt nf Trtahft hv namnnprAn nntofDnriMU Valiquer, out of Riesteso by the Doctor. As a race-horse July was I umonunaie, oemg ioaiea in tne month from which he got his name. This premature birth handicap ped him out of all two-year-old stakes. In his first race he fell and so seriously xnjured himself A 1 1 .1 I that he was thrown out of train- inc. As both his brothers, Sir Modred and Cheviot, have been successful as sires, Mr. Haggin has great faith in the producing qualities of July's blood. The price reported is 250. The horse will be shipped from Auck land for San Francisco by the mail steamer which leaves in February. Newspaper Suppressed. : .1 circu- mannueiiu, Lciuciucrg and Frankfort, has been confis cated by the authorities owing to its having published an article en titled "Ode to Agam," which was regarded as a parody on Emperor William's song, "To Aegir." The Hawaiian Gazztts Compact SeeniDti manufacture rubber stamps of all ons. juairy ! IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER FOR sale cheap on one of the other islands. A eood investment for a party willing to Dairy,' this office. 391 -3t ONCE MORE IN THE LAND! N. F. BURGESS Js again prepared to repair Garden Hose. Sprinklers. Water Taps, Saw Fil ing and all kinds of Tools sharpened in cluding Carving Knives and Scissors; Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also betting Glass, in fact all kinds of jobbing. Work called for and returned. Ring up 159 Mutual Telephone any time before 2 o'clock a. 3f. SS34-Cm PUSS IN BOOTS. Ia all lieLt a-foot. This is quite necessary, not'only for puss, bat for every one in town, this time ol the year. Keep the feet all right, and health and comfort are apt to be secure. Our stock of footwear embraces pretty much everything in boots and shoes for in and outdoor wear, business and pleasure, town and country. After inspecting our collection of footwear, tcere's nothing more to see in the way of variety, snd certainly no prices can be lower than ours. These figures were m ade cn a little last, and the goods are good enough to last till the flowers come again. o r 516 FORT WBINKLED i nrrn i nmrrrmnn inci MAWUMllUnMo Use I ola Montez Cbeme. Skin Food and Tissue Builder. Does net cover, but heals and cures blemishes of the skin. Makes the tissues firm and builds up the worn-out muscle fibers, and makes them plump. Lowest in price and best in value. 75 cents laegb pot. Mas. Harbison's Facx Bleach. Cures most aggravated cases of Freckles, Blackheads, Flesh Worms, Sunburn, Sallowness, and Moih .Patches. Quick in scticn and permanent in effects. Price $1. Mas. Harbison's Face Powder. Pure adhesive and positively invisible. Three shades white, flesh, biunette. Will not clog the pores, stays on all day. Prick 50 cents. Mrs. Harrison's Hair Vigor. Stops Falling Hair in one or two applications. Prevents Gray Hair and causes rich and luxuriant growth of Hair to grew on bald head 8. Cases of jears standing specially invited to a trial. Price $1. Mrs. Harbison's Hair Restorer. Only four to ten days required to restore hair to its natural color. Is not a dye or bleach. No sediment or stickiness. Color is permanent when once jour bair is restored to its natsral shade. Hair becomes glossy and clean. Price $1. Mrs. Harbison's Frizz. For keeping the bair in curls a week at a time; net slick y; don't leave a white deposit on the hair. Price 50 cents. MRS. NETTIE HARRISON, America's Beauty Doctor. t 26 Geary Street San Francisco, Cal. CT"For sale by H0LL18TEB DRUG COMPANY, 523 Fort Street, Honolulu. XECP'Any lady call at Holli&ter Drug Company will be given a Lady's Journal containing a Beauty Lecture written by Mrs. Nettie Harrison. Royal Insurance Co., OF LIVERPOOL. "THE LARGEST AjBSetS JaDUary 1st, 1892, u. mrQ c Ire n9M ou all Klnas of insurable property tasen at Current nx J". S. 3140-lm ask: your DELICATE DELIC EED LABEL OTSTEES These are new pack Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove tbeir merits. N. U. The Cans of Thia Brand ' Than Those of Frank B. Peterson ATTENTION. A Special Christmas Sale, commencing MONDAY, Bember 17. ' We will everything regardless of coet for 8 days only- Come and Inspect onr etock of llolivlny Goods ; the LOWEST and BEST. YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, MURATA & CO., S. TAKEMURA 405 KING STliEET, Commission Merchant, Wholesale and lietail Silk Goods, Cotton Crepes, Underwear, Towels, Hats and Caps; Fine J-ine ol Japanese Metal consisting of Match S&fea, Ash Trays, Card Cases, Soap Boxes, Decorated Japanese Hand Bags, etc. JuRt received by China and Bentala from Japan, Provisions, Matting, Toilet Soap. Cotton and 8uk Goods, etc . fcamoles of all kinds of Japanese Goods which I can import on short notice. Try cur a. T. TJfiAb. Fnces SHOE COMPANY STREET. BEAUTIES SHOULD IN THE WOKLD." $42,432,174.00 WALKEE, Agent for Hawaiian Islands IOCS ! ! DAINTY ! ! ! grooek for Contain a ny Other Greater Quantity &Co., Coast Agents COUr-TKIi K T J UAN TJ -AN1- IIOTKL 8TKEET8. Proprietors. me lowest. Arrived bvthe Alameda And added to our larce and selected stock of ardware ! Steel Garden Trowels,5,6 and 7 inches, Hawaiian Flags 4 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' RuleSjSteel Blacksmiths'Kules, A FINE LINE OF RAZORS t 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 & Corner Fort and King Streets. NO SIGN OF PEACE. THE WAR between Ja- -pan and China is still on, although active work in the field has been sus pended until spring. Through my agents, I made arrangements before war was declared for an immense stock of goods to be shipped as I re- ?uired, consequently I can af ord to sell at the same low figure. Ex Bentala received a con signment of , goods comprising all the latest and freshest de signs in Dress Goods, Scarfs, Morning Gowns for ladies and gents, Silk Kimonos, Smoking Jackets, Silk Pajamas, Japa nese and China Ware. Screens, Portieres, Lamp Shades, etc. The latest thing in Lacquer Ware, is the Cherog Lacquer made up in handsome designs which cannot help to please themost fastidious. ISP-Remember, I have the leading store for first-class Japanese Goods. DAI NIPPON, HOTEL STREET, ABINGTON BLOCK. MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, Proprietress. Is what we want, hat in order to ob tain it, we mnst give VALUE FOR VALUE and invite the attention of the PEO PLE (tourists especially; to make a thorough examination of our stock and prices, in Sterling Silverware Souvenir Spoons, Plated Ware, Watches and Diamonds, Native Jewelry, manufactured in unique de pigns fcnd to order. Jacobson & Pfeiffer. FORT STBEET, Wenner & Co.'s Old Stand. 3858-tf Wanted. A GENTLEMAN OF PUSH WITH A few hundred dollars to invest in a business ravins 10 per cent, pertnontb. Addrepf "INVESTMENT' tnis office. 3900- lw H SON OTHER PEOPLES MONEY LOOKING BACKiM On our sur cess for the past year that we have been in business we are more than pleased with our sales, and wo feel confident that all our transactions with our custom ers have been of such a nature that they are as fully pleased as we are. LooMng Forward To the prospect for tho com ing year wo hopo that wo havo so pleased our patrons that wo will see them again, and that wieir menus wuiEeo now mea ly they have been fitted out and profit thereby. We shall greatly increase our stock this coming year, receiving new and fresn noods by every steamer direct from the most reliable manufact urers of Europe. Timely Suggestions for the coming few months and hints on our specialities. Ladies' Underwear in Mus lin, Flannels and Silks at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' hosiery in White. Black, and Tan at prices that will surprise you. A fine assortment of Silks in all shades and grades from 50 cents up. Complete stock of Ladies' ting Silks, (in all chaaesVin prices that can't be duplicated. tST Don't fail to inspect our stock of Ladies', Gents' and Childrens' fine Shoes and Slippers. V 519 Fort Street, M. Q.8H.YA, . - P roprlafcor "HUSTACE & OlV.. WOOD AND COAL - Also White and lii&ck Band which we will call At the very lowect marker rate. LXJTBxix TuirKOira Ho. 414. CMrTUAi. Tbuefhovb No. 414. StoD Her Why let her waste her strength and time running all over town for goods when THAT -:- WOMAN can come to my store and find just what she wants in my ALE which will last for SO days; a specialty each week. I most have room for my aew Spring Stock' which will be large and choice. This week I am of fering my entire stock of Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Algarettes, Un irimmed and Trimmed Hats fob - 50 Cents. OR TUX DOXXAB. J. J. EGAI. 514 Fort Street. 38lfl-t Temple of Fashion Clearance