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TIXJK JL'ACIFIC i'OMMKCIAL ADVJE11T1SER: HONOLULU, EEBIIUARY 14 !8J5.
, w OiBlJ BAItWiV 4' COS TIME. T-2JJLE. FROM iMO iKr JUNE 1. lC5i HIT"...! TRAINW to kwa mill B B A Leave Honolulu... 8:45 1:45 4:35 tSia Pearl City. .9:30 2:30 6.10 Arrive Ewa Mill... 97 2:57 5.38 D P.M. 5:10 5:56 6:22 TO HONOLULU. C B B A P.K. 6:42 6:10 6:45 A. SC. A-H. P.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 Km Peaxi City..6:55 11:15 4 05 Arrive Honolulu. .70ll:B5 4 .'A' Saturdays only. B Daily. O Sunday excepted. Baturyexcepted The Pacific Commercial Advertiser - m Uud Brery Morning, Except Sunday, by the " Hawaiian Gazette Company At No. 818 Mrcbant Street. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Thx Daily Pacific Commxrcial Advxr tisxr (8 pages) Per month ......... v y 1 i Per 3 months if paid in advance. . 2 00 Per year in advance Pery.poetpald to United States n of America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 WJ Per 1 year, postpaid other Foreign 14 00 Hawahax Gazette, Sxxi-Wexext (8 PAG SS- TUXSD AYS AND FRIDAYS) Per year 104 numbers. S JJO Per year, Foreign Countries e uu Payable Inrarlably In Advance. GEO. H. PABIS, Business Manager. THUBSDAY. : FEBRUARY 14, 1895. THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. February, 1895. Btt. U. Tn. W. Tb. Fr. Sa. Moort tuamx. -y riMt Qu'r "v Full Moon 4 6 6 T 8 J Feb. 9. JL Z 21 ii I iL 21 ?b?ljL IT 18 19 20 n 32 23 r New Moon V Feb. 24. S 23 28 27 23 rORBIQN MA II MKKVIvr: Steamships will leave tor and arnv rroni n Francisco, Vancouver and Sydney n the follow in date, till toe clo ot lht5 As. at Honolulu hw. Sax Fsaji Cisco o Vascodtx On or Abut Alameda Feb. 14 Australia... .Feb. 18 Oceanic Feb. 19 Warrimoo. ..Feb. 19 . Mariposa... .Mar. 14 Australia... Mar. 18 Miowera....Mar. 24 China April 2 Australia... Apr. 8 A raw a Apr. H Warrimoo... Apr. 24 Coptic..:... April SO Australia.. . May 3 Alameda May 9 Miowera May 24 Australia... .May 27 City Pekiiig.. June 1 Mariposa June 6 Australia. . June 21 Warrimoo. . Jane 24 Arawa July 4 Australia.. ..July 15 Miowera July 24 Coptic July lo Alameda Aug. 1 Australia... Aug. 9 City Peking.. Aug. 10 I Leave Honolulu I FOX 8 A.B F&A.tClCO oa VAHCocvot On or About Gaelic Feb. 16 Australia Feb.18 Miowera.' Mar. 4 Arawa Mar. 7 Peru March 9 Warrimoo.... Apr. 1 Australia... Mar. 20 Alameda v. . . .Apr. 4 Australia.... Apr. 13 Gaelic April 28 Miowera. May 2 Mariposa May 2 Australia May 8 China May 20 Arawa May 30 Warrimoo... June 1 Australia ... J une 3 Australia Jane 24 Rio Janeiro. June 17 Alameda J une 27 Miowera July 2 City Peking..July 17 Australia.... Juiy 20 Mariposa. . . .July 25 Warrimoo... .Aug. 1 Belgic Aug. 9 Australia... Aug. 14 Warrimoo.. Aug. 24 Mariposa ... .Aug. 29 Australia Sept. 2 Coptic 8ept. 19 Miowera .... Sept. 24 Arawa Sept. 2 Australia... Sept. SO Australia Oct. 21 Warrimoo... Oct. 24 Alameda Oct. 24 China Oct. 29 Australia . . . .Nov. 15 Miowera Nov. 24 Coptic Nov. 28 Warrimoo... Dec. 24 I City Peking..Dec23 I Arawa Aug. 22 Miowera Aug. 31 Rio Janeiro . .Sept. 6 Austraila... Sept. 7 Alameda. .: .Sept. 19 Warrimoo.. ..Oct. 2 Australia.... Oct. 2 China ...Oct. 6 Mariposa.... Oct. 17 Miowera Nov. 1 Coptic Nov. 6 Warrimoo Dec. 2 City Peking.. Dec. 6 J 890. Miowera Jan. 1 Meteorological Record. TBI 0OVERXHXXT BCXrXT. STXBT JfOHSAT. PUBLISHED B1ROH. TB KB MO E3 a O C n Son S 29.83 29.80 64 78 0.95 M 10 sw-w 3-0 Mon 4.79.9).91 68 77 0.27 77 5-2 aw 3 Trie. 6l30.0339.96 61 77 .06 84 3-0 8 0-2 Wed 6' 30.07 W. 96 63 78 .00 77 3 8 1 Tan 7 30.0629.96 64 78 .0J 74 6 a 1. Frl. 8bO.M29.9S 63 79 .00 77 3-0 N-b 1-0 Bat. 9130.07 Sj.00 63l 78 .00 75 2 X- 1 Barometer corrected for temper tore end ele vation, but not for latitude. Tides. 8un and Moon. a a c D CD a 8 Dr. m ET E H a e.m. p.m..m. ip.to, 4.BC 6.20 11.36,11. 9 6.S3 5.6C 8 23 i 8.S2 Tnee M. Wed.... 6.1812. 6 22.214.171.124 p.m. e.za 5.5 9.29 6.07.10.38 5.88 11.23 6.12 0. 9j 6.32 I 6.31 6.30 6.30 P Tours.. 8.23 e.m 6.4S 1.10 Lis Frld. uat... Hnn.. 9.41 7.18 1.60 2.40 110.16 7.67 2.53 6. 4 6.68 17IU.69! 9 15 0.27 1.26 3.38 7.20 6.C9 6.29 5.69 Laet quarter of ttie moon on Teb. 16th, mt 2 h. 27 m. a. xa. Advertiser 75 cents a month. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VKS.SEL8 IN rOKT. ME5or wai:. vara Phiiadr1?"! Cotton, s f. MEKCHASTMF. (This liit does not Include coasters.) Schr Norma, Swenson. Claxton, B C. Jik Velocitv, Martin, Hongkong. Haw bk U'r Kithet. San Francisco. Am sch Lyman V Foster,Dreyer.Iewc stle Am bk Sonoma. Anderson, Newcastle. Am sch KobtSearles, Piltz, Newcastle. Bark Sumatra. Berrv, HUo. Sch Alice Cooke. Penhallow. Pt Towsend. Am ship KenUworth, Baker, San i rancisco. Bk Albert, Griffiths, San Francisco. Schr Edward E Webster. Folger. Kan Fran Bktne Planter, Dow. San Francisco. Schr Wm Bowden, Fjerem. Newcastle. Bktne Marv Winkelman, Nissen, Newc le. Schr H C Wright. Brummer. Dep'ture Bay Schr O M Kellogg,, lverson. Grays Harbor Sch King Cyrus, Christiansen. Newcastl?t Bk Ceylon. Calhoun. San Francisco. TtvtnA TTnriA Jnhn. Ppck. Eureka. Ship U F Glade, Hercksen. Liverpool . FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessels. Where from. Due. Sch Maid of Orleans F Due 11 M 8 8 Alameda. .. F ep m O&OUS Gaelic. ..Yokohama Feb 16 O 8 8 Australia 8 F Feb 18 O & O 8 8 Oceanic. . . 8 F Feb 19 CASS Warrimoo. .Vancovuer Feb 24 Bark Harry More. ..Newcastle FeD to Schr Golden Shore.. Newcastle Mar 5 Schr Oceania Vance. Newcastle Mar 5 Bk Robert Sudden.. Newcastle Apr 5 ARRIVALS. WMNESDATt Feb. 13. Stmr Ke Au Hou, Thompson, from Kauai. Stmr Likeiike, Weisbarth, from Ha waii. , Ger ship H F Glade. Hercksen, from Lirerpool. . . - 8tmr Pele. McAllister, from aianae. IIKPAKTUKES WK05E8DAY. Feb. 13. Stmr Waialeale, Smythe. for Kukui haele, Honokaa and Lahaina. Stmr Kiiauea Hou. Andrews, for Hawaii. WHAR? and wave. Diamond Head, Feb. 13. 10 p.m. Weather, clear; wind, fresh north. The Albert will finish discharg ing today. The Alameda ia due today from San Francisco. The Ke Au Hou arrived yester day morning with a cargo of sugar. The Alice Cooke, while in the stream, will be cleaned and painted. The Waialeale left yesterday for Lahaina and the Kiiauea Hou for Hawaii. The Planter is about half through discharging her cargo of general merchandise. The Mary Winkelman is now alongside the R. P. Rithet opposite Wilder'a wharf. Five men have deserted from the Kenil worth. A reward Is offered for their capture. The Uncle John began discharg ing her deck cargo of redwood lumber yesterday. One more tin of opium has been found on the Velocity. The total number of tins found up to date is sixty-five. . The Lyman D. Foster took sugar from the W. G. Hall in the morn ing and from the Likeiike in the afternoon yesterday. The Alice Cooke will load sugar as soon as the R. P. Rithet has completed her cargo, which will be at least a week hence. The Ceylon' will finish discharg- iog her cargo' today. Her fertilizer was disposed of yesterday. She will prepare soon to load sugar. The Velocity loaded ballast yes terday. She will sail in about a week's time' for Hongkong with Chinese passengers for that port. The Likeiike discharged at the O. S. S. wharf yesterday. She brought a lot of seed cane for ship ment to Australia on the Alameda tomorrow. J While hauling up a sling on the Albert yesterday morning the rope holding it, broke. The load in fall ing, came very nearly striking the man in charge of the rope. Two men, mistaken for the de serters from the Edward E. Web ster, were taken to the police sta tion yesterday morning but were released again on being identi fied. The deserters from the sealing schooner Edward E. Webster were caught yesterday, after a day's ab sence from the vessel. The Web ster will leave today for Japan on a sealing trip. There are several very sickly dogs about the fish market that people living in the vicinity say ought to be killed immediately. They are covered with Borea and hang around the back part of the market. The German ship H. F. Glade, Hercksen master, arrived yesterday morning, eighty-five days from Montevideo. Following is the cap tain's report : Fifty-five days from Liverpool to Montevideo: made latter a port of distress on account of the heated condition of the ship's coal;. left Montevideo Nov. 22d, 1894 ; encountered light winds and calm all the way. This is the first trip of the Glade. She brought 1100 tons of coal and 500 tons of general merchandise. CAUGHT IN THE MOUNTAINS Two DesertiDg Sailors Found On the Top of PnnchbowL They lutended To Move To the Other title of the Ilnl Kobhed of Their Accorden. pAptain Folger of the sealing schoon erEdward E. Webster, which came to this port for repairs a few days ago, offered a reward of twenty dollars yes terday for the capture of each of two deserters from bis vessel. Quite early in the morning two men were brought in to the police station but, upon identification, it was found they were not the men wanteJ. j Early in the afternoon Captain Gus Cordes of the mounted police, A. Nicholas and J. A. Thompson started out on horseback in search of the miss ing sailors. Spyiog two men on the top of Punchbowl, they climbed to the top, but the men, on seeing them com ing, moved away. When the searching party reached the top, the men were nowhere to be seen, so they descended again, stop ping on their way at the bouses occu pied by natives, and situated on the mauka side of Punchbowl. Here the searching party made in quiries and found that two strange white men had .been at one of the houses during the morning, and had asked for water. They made inquiries about a place to stay over night, but the natives were averse to having the fellows around as they looked like bad characters. A cottage higher up the ridge was pointed out by the natives as belong ing to them, and at the same time they advised the sailors to go up there. This they did and reached the cottage just about the time Cordes and his as sistants reached the native village. The men seemed to be very nervous and acted as if they were being fol lowed. They made several excursions around the cottage and finally disap peared altogether. At this juncture the searching party made alter them and succeeded in finding them at a stream taking a drink of water. The handcuffs were Immediately clapped upon the wrists of the pris oners and the march to the police sta tion began. On the road the sailors told of how they had been robbed of their clothes and accordeon, the latter of which articles was brought along to while away the hours they expected to spend in the mountains. They in formed their captors, among other thinmi. that if thev had been lust a half hour later they would never have captured them, for the other side of the island would have been reached by that time. The men were taken to the police station and locked np. As soon as the Edward E. Webster is ready to sail, they will be handed over to the cap tain. SPARFF THE MURDERER. U. S. Supreme Court Law That Has . Probably Baffled Justice. (J. S. District Attorney Knight is searching for witnesses in the case of Sparff, the accomplice of St. Clair in the murder of Mate Fitz gerald of the bark Hesper, says a late Report. He has been granted a new trial by the United States Supreme Court, as already stated. Pending the first trial the witnesses were kept on Alcatraz, but as soon as the trial was over they were given their freedom, and immedi ately left the city. A few are sup posed to be still in the vicinity, but the principal witnesses are somewhere on the ocean or on the other side. The decision of the Supreme Court that the confession of Hansen could not be used against Sparff, takes from the prosecution its strongest point. The confession was made to the captain and cook of the vessel, but not in Sparff's presence. Hence its legal irrelev ancy. District" Attorney Knight, while admitting the weakness of the case he has left, proposes to bring Sparff to trial again. An Old Whaling Captain Dead. Captain Denison Hempstead, one of the old school whaling captains, died at his home in New London, in the 78th year of his age, after an illness of ten days. Almost from a boy and up to a quarter of a century ago, he went to sea and the greater part of the time was engaged in the whale fishery, most of the time as commander of whaleships. For many years he made Honolulu his headquarters and was held in high esteem by the natives and foreign residents. He returned home more than twenty years ago and for a time was in the grocery business in New London. Since then he has been in no active business, but has served the city for several years as assessor and was a member of the present board. Republican Stand ard, New Bedford, Mass. One Lone Passenger. The steamer Pele arrived from Waianae last night with 1000 bags of sugar. A Japanese prisoner, who was sentenced to six months im prisonment was brought to town. The Pele landed the new fluming for the Waianae plantation without any mishap. Keep your friends abroad posted on Hawaiian affairs. Send them copies of the Advektiseb or Gazette Steamship Line. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the Caxadiax Pacific Railway Co., between Vancouver, BG. and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria B. C, Honolulu and Suva Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, viz: From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria and Vancouver, B. C: S. 8. "MIOWERA" March 4 S. 8. V WARRIMOO" ..April 1 From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C, for Suva and Sydney: 8. 8. "WARRIMOO" February 24 8. S. "MIOWERA" March 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. t?-For Freight and Passage and all general information, apply to Theo.H.payies & Co., Ld. GENERAL AGENT8. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Australian Mail Service. For San Francisco: The New and Fine AI 8teel Steamship " ARAWA." Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from 8ydney and Auckland, on or about MARCH 7th, And will leave for the above port with Mails and Passengers on or about that tiate. I For Sydney & Auckland The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "ALAMEDA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or about FEBRUABY 14th, 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 JJNTTED STATES. EX'For further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. . LOCAL LINE. Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu from 8. F. forS.F. February 23. .February 25 March 18 March 20 April 8 April 13 TflBOUGH LINE. From San Fran. From Sydney for for Sydney. San Francisco. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. ALAMEDA Feb 14 MARIPOSA Feb 7 MARIPOSA Mar 14 I ARAWA Mar 7 3314-3m CH1S. BRXWXK & CO5 Boston Line of Packets. Shippers will please take notice that the k'svrv JOHN D. BREWER Leaves New York on or about MAY 15 for this port, if sufficient induce ment offers. XX"For H-'.ber information, apply to Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston, Mass., or to :C BREWER & CO. (L'D.), jHonolulu, Agents. National Cane Shredder (PATKMKD rSDEK T11K LAW ir THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ) Mr. John A. Scott, irfauager 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 of300tons. 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 hrst 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 80 per cent, has been reached; the average being 75 to 78 per cent., according to quality. "I continue to find the megass from shredded cane better fuel than from whole cane. "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 attention." EPPlans and specifications of these shredders may be seen at the office of We G. Irwin & Co. L'l SOLfi AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. S594-3m . QUEEN STREET, Between Alakea and Richard Streets. THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE pared to make all kinds of Iron, Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Tin and Lead Cast ings ; also a general repair shop for Steam Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc.; Machines i for the Cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oils, Beans, Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Leaves and other Fibrous Plants and Paper Stock; also Machines for Extracting Starch from the Manioc, Arrow Koot,etc. ECAll orders promptly attended to. White, Eitman & Co, 3882-y The above is our special brand of 8AFETY MATCH. First-class in quality. Controlled by ourselves only and at prices to suit the times. " CASTLE & COOKE L'D. 3860-tf WIRE NAILS, All Sizes. Common and Finishing ! VERY LOW pjrioes;! WILDER & CO. LIMITED. 3851 1606-3m Iron Works ! Rei public of Hawaii Official List of Members and Loca tion of Bureaus. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. Sanford B. Dole, President. Francis M. Hatch, Minister of ForeiW Affairs. James A. King, Minister of Interior Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance William O. Smith, Attoroey-GeneraL ADVISORY COUNCIL. ?S2i!fK John Emmeluth, w.,TeDney Jamea F- Morgan, Allen, Alex. Younjr, tP r Mendonca, John Nott, D. B. Smith. TrthTi F. A. Hosmer, Geo. P. Castle. . Wood, Jas. A. Kennedy, x , William F. Allen, Charles T. Rodgers, Chairman . Secretarv. Scpksmx Co cut. Bon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice. !lon. W. F. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Geo- Lucas, Deputy Clerk. O. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Uler J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. Circuit Judges. First": In.' t ttfj Oahu. Second Circuit: (Maui) J.W. Kalua. Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) 8. L. Austin. Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy. Offices and Court-room in Court House, King street. Sitting in Honolulu--The first Monday in February, May, August and November. Department op Foejuqk 'rPAratf,. Office in Capitol Building, King street. F. M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Geo. O. Potter, Secretary. Lion! R.A. Hart, Clerk. J. W. Girvin, Secretay Chinese Bureau -v DXPABTMSNT OF THE IitTEHIOK. Office in Capitol Building, Kins street, J . A. Kiug, Minister of the Interior. Chief Clerk. John A. Hassinger. Assistant Clerks : James H. Boyd, M. K. Keohokaloie, 8tephen Mahaulu, . George C. Ross, Edward 8 . Boyd, Bureau of Agriculture akd Forestry President: the Minister of Interior. Wm G.Irwin, Allan Herbert, John. Ena. , Joseph Marsden, Commis sioner and Secretarv. Chiefs of Bureaus, Interior Depart-- KENT. Surveyor-General, W.D. Alexander. Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell. Supt. Water Works, Andrew Brown. Inspector, Electric Lights, John CaEsidv., Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. Thrum , Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. EL.Cnm mings. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas. H. Hunt. . 8upt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter. Department of Fin Aires . Office, Capitol Building, King street. ; Minister of Finance, 8. M. Damon. Auditor-General, H. Laws. Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Ashley. Clerk to Finance Office, E. A. Mclnerny.. Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B Castle. Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw. Deputy Tax Assessor, W. C. Weedon. Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat. Customs Bureau. Office, Custom House. Esplanade, Fcrt street. Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle. Deputy-Collector, F. B. McStocker. Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller. Poit Surveyor, M. N. Sanders. Storekeeper, George O. Stratemeyer. Department of Attornxt-Gskxral. Office in Capitol Building, King street. Attorney-General, W. O. Smith. Deputy Attorney-General, A. G. M. Robertson. Clerk, J. M. Kea. Marshal, E. G. Hitchcock. Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow. Deputy ATarshal, Arthur M. Brown. Jailor Oahu Prison, J. A. Low. Prison Physician, Dr. N. B. Emerson. Board of Immigration. ' ; President,J. A. King. Members of the Board of Immigration - J". B. Atherton, Joseph Marsden, J. A. Kennedy James G. Spencer,,. J. Carden. Secretary, Wray Taylor. Board of Health. Office in grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of Mililani and Queen streets. Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B. Emerson, J.T. Water house, Jr. , John Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorney General Smith, President Hon. W. O. Smith. Secretary Chas. Wilcox. Executive Officer O. B. Reynolds. Inspector and Manager of Garbage Ser - vice L. L. La Pierre. Inspector G. W. C. Jones. Port Physician, Dr. F. R. Day. Dispensary, Dr. H. W. Howard. Leper Settlement, Dr. R. K. Oliver. Board of Education. Court House Building, King street. President,W. R. Castle. Secretary, F. J. Scott. Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson. District &ourt. Police Station Building, Merchant f tree A. Peny, Magistrate. James Thompson, Clerk Board of FrRECcMMissiONSBS Andrew Brown, President; Geo. V' r timith, James H. Hunt, Chief.Engineer. Tohn Effinger, Clf rk. :4