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THURSDAY, : FEBRUARY 21. 1895. THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. February, 1895. I, " " - ' t f-. .... .c.-.-taL ga. M.Ittu W. jTb.jrr. I ' ZZ LU 3 4078 To" IT " lT 14 IS TT ITIT M M IT IT m" aT a" s. a 77 IT HOOK'S FKASU. Drirt Qn'r Feb. a. fall Moon Feb. . AdL Feb. 16. New Moon Feb. 24. rOKXIQR JXAII. 8SHVTOX. BteAUiAhips will leave lor and Arrive froia van Francisco, Vancouver and Sydney n the following dAtea, till the close ol 1895. A. IT HOSOI.CI.1T Km. Bah i bakcuco om Vancouver On or About Warrimoo. . . Feb. 24 Mariposa.... Mar. 14 Australia... Mar. 18 II iowera.... Mar. 24 China April 2 Australia. ..Apr. 8 Arawa Apr. 11 . Warrimoo.. .Apr. 24 Coptic April 30 Australia.. . M ay 3 Alameda May 9 Miowera.... May 24 Australia . . ..M ay 27 City Peking. .June 1 Mariposa Jane 6 Australia. . . J une 21 Warrimoo . . June 24 Arawa..' July 4 Australia.... July 13 Mlowera . . . . J uly 21 Coptic July 10 Alameda Aug. 1 Australia... Aug. 9 City Peking.. Aug. 10 Warrimoo.. Aug. 24 Mariposa ... .Aug. 29 Australia . . . .Sept. 2 Coptic: Sept. 19 M iowera .... Sept. 24 Arawa Sept. 26 Australia. ..Sept. 30 Australia. . . .Oct. 21 Warrimoo. . .Oct. 21 Alameda Oct. 21 China ,.Oct. 29 Australia. ...Nov. 15 Miowera Nov. 24 Coptic Nov. 28 Warrimoo... Dec 24 City Peking..Dec 28 LtAVK Honolulu FOX 8 AM FAAIfCWCO OH VANCOUVER On or About Australia. . . . Feb.13 Miowera Mar. 4 arawa Mar. 7 Peru March 9 Warriiooo....Apr. 1 Australia... Mar. 20 Alameda 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... June 3 Australia ... .J une 24 Rio Janeiro. J one 17 Alameda .... J une 27 Miowera July 2 City Peking-July 17 Australia.... July 20 Mariposa July 25 Warrimoo.... Aug. 1 Belgic Aug. 9 Australia . . . Aug. 14 Arawa Aug. 22 M iowera ... . Aug. 31 Rio Janeiro . . Sept. 6 Australia. . . . 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 I8UO. Miowera Jan 41 TIdea, Snn and Moon. am. a.m. p.m. a.m. Hon.... 181 10. 0 4.43 8.17 6.29; C. 0 2.23 p.m. I Toes ... t 0.61 12.53 8.47 8.80 6.28 6. 0 3.15 Wed.... m 1.83 1.44 8.42 9.13 6.37 6. 1 4. S Tbnre.. a 2. 2.S7 7.32 9.87 6.77 6. 1 4.46 TtH... 2.42 8. 4 8.17 9.66 6.26 6. 2 5.24 Ila.ni. P-Xn . n 8.11 8.38:10.14 8.66 6.2S 6. 3 6. 0 iil a.SS 4. 7,10.29 9.86 6.24 6. S 6.g6 New moon on Feb. 24tb, at 6 h. 13 m. a. xa. Meteorological Record. -T TBS eOTCB.fXSXT BUB TXT. STXBT XOHDAT. rUBUSBXD BAKOI. THE KMC n a a 3 B 5"B Bnn 10 30.08 19.98 6 00 77 8 s s 2 Mod Tue. Wed Tba Frl. Bet. 11 30.06 SO .01 70' 79 .00 86 77 6 a-7 1 68' 63 61 V3 .0? .19 l-IV S 18,30.11 30.031 74 74 69 8-1 M 2-6 14 90.19 80.11 15 Srt.51 30.14 .00 0-J 45 64 1 KKI 5 6H 68 751 9 116190.20 30.12 KB 4 T3 .00 66 Barometer corrected for temperature and ele Tewvu, mii nvi mr uuiuQI, The Hawaiian Gazette Coup ant manufacture rubber stamps of all descriptions. SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VKSKLS 1 POUT. MEN OF WAR. i: i F b Philadelphia. Cotton. 5 F. MERCHAXTM EX. (Th! lit does not Include coasters.) Schr Norma, Swenscn, Claxton, B C. Bk Velocity, Martin, Hongkong. D Foster.Drever.Newc'stle Am sch RobtSearles, Piltz, Iewcastle. Ha.lr Wnmatra Ilprrv. Hilo. Sch Alice Cooke. Penhallow, Pt Towsend. Am ship Kenil worth, Baker, San Francisco. Uk Albert, unintns, can r rancisco. Ktrtno PIntor. Dow. Kan Francisco. Schr Win Rowden, Fjereni. Newcastle. fcchr H C Wright. Rrummer. Dep'ture Bay Schr O M Kellogg, lverson. Grays Harbor Sch King Cyrus, Christiansen, isewcasuc. Bk Ceylon, Calhoun, San Francisco. Rktne Uncle John, Peck, Eureka. km H V(iiut- Hercksen. LiverDOol . Schr Aneta, Scarf. Victoria, R C. Am schr Golden bhore, nenaerson, re c ie Rktne Archer. Calhoun, Xtanaimo, u c. btmr Ausiraua. nouuieiw;, ou x io.li.lsj. Schr Oceania Vance. Anderson, Newcastle. R Robert Sudden, uirauoim, rewcasue. TOREION VX88ELS EXPECTED. Vessel Where from. Due. Rk Newsbov Newcastle Due Sch Maid of Orleans F Dne CASS Warrimoo. .Vancouver Feb 24 Bark Harry More. .Newcastle reo z .SF Feb 26 .8F Feb 26 8 F Mar 2 RkU l) Rryant.. RkSC Allen Sch Transit C ASSMiowera.... .Colonies Mar 4 ABBIVALS. Wedxibday, Feb. 20. Kaala, Rrown, from circuit of James Makee. Peterson, from Stmr Oahu. Stmr Kaapa. Stmr Waialeale. Smythe. from Kukui- haele, Honokaa and Lahaina. Stmr Pele. McAllister, irom .Mataweu. UBPAKTUKK . Bk Sonoma, Anderson, for San Fran cisco. O fe O 8 8 Oceanic, Smith, for Yoko bama and Hongkong. Stmr James Makee, Peterson, for Maka weli. V1SSKI.S LEAVINM TODAY. Stmr Waialeale. Smythe, for Lahaina and Kukuihaele at noon. Stmr Kaala, Brown, for Waianae and Mokuleia, at 8 am. IMFOKT9. Per stmr James Makee 2650 bags sugar, 30 bags rice. Per stmr Waialeale 3344 bags sugar. 20 head cattle. Per stmr Kaala 1800 bags sugar, 173 bags rice. Per stmr Pele 3600 bags sugar. PASSENGERS. ABBIVALB. From Kauai, Lahaina, and Lanai, per stmr Waialeale. Ftb 20. W D McWayne, and 39 on deck. From Kapaa, per James Makee, Feb 20 Mr and Mrs it C Spalding, Miss K Cum mins and 3 on deck. DEPASTURES. For Yokohama, Der O & OS 8 Oceanic, Feb 20 R C Lee, wife, maid and valet, Sir Tatton Sykes. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Feb. 20. 10 p.m. Weather, cloudy; wind, fresh, northeast. The steam dredge was laid up for repairs yesterday morning. The Kaala discharged her sugar on the bark Albert yesterday. The Albert is loading sugar in the stream just off Brewers's wharf. The H. F. 'Glade discharged her iron rails and corrugated iron yes terday. The Velocity will sail soon for Hongkong, with a large number of Chinese passengers. Chinese fruit peddlers did good business outside the entrance to the Mail wharf yesterday. The Kenil worth hauled over to Dillingham's wharf yesterday for the purpose of loading sugar. The cargo of the Australia for San Francisco this trip will consist large ly of the usual sugar and bananas. The Inter-Island wharf office has received a new desk. Mr. Boss is much pleased over the new acquisit ion. Besides the sugar taken by the Alice Cooke yesterday from the Waialeale and James Makee, a cargo was taten from the island schooner KaMoi. A lftrr nnmlwr rf rnnnrv birds were purchased by Honolulu people from the owners on the Oceanic. Chinese and Japanese were the larg- est purcnasers. The James Makee. Kaala and Waialeale arrived early yesterday morning with cargoes of sugar, which were discharged aboard the Alice Cooke, now at Wilder's wharf. The Oceanic sailed for Yokohama and Jlongkong at a little after noon, yesterday. She will not make another trip to Honolulu this vear and her place will be filled by the Coptic. The H. F. Glade has two vprv small boys who follow the sailors around in their work of discharging and do the little things, such as dis engaging ropes and wiping off arti cles in the cargo. At Dresent thara nr nn vprapIh booked to go on the drv dock. The Edward E. Webster was the last one On. and since that timn mon havo been busy off and on making repairs on ine rails ana otlier parts. The Lyman D. Foster will take 1200 bags of sugar from tbe Pele today, weather permitting. This is 3 all that is required to top off her cargo for San i rancisco. As soon as she has finished she will sail. The tealing schooner Norma which arrived Here on the 1st inst., and which was to have sailed a few days oiteir umvai, 19 sun in port and the captaiu says he Las no idea when she will sail. It is thought that the movements of the Norma, previous to her arrival from Claxton, B. C, are being ascertained. The sailing vessels that arrived and eailed for island porta yesterday, had a very hard time of it on account of the lack of wind. It took one schooner over two hoars to get from the lighthouse, to her mooring place near Brewer's wharf. There is another addition to the ranks of the boat boys. This is no other than the previons second mate of the bark Hesper, which left this port for San Francisco on the 3d inst. It seems the second mate could not agree with his superior, the first mate, so the former conclud ed to strike out for himself." CAPT. GORDON'S EXPLANATION. Bodies From Steamer Elbe Brought Into Port. Lowestoft, England, Feb. 4. The fishing smack Verena has landed here the body of Friedrich Ernst of Magdeburg, Prussia, one of the drowned passengers of tbe Elbe, and some mail bags, one of which was marked "Stockholm." The body of Ernst presented a shocking appearance, with its hands clenched across the chest and the mouth wide open. The body was found forty-five miles southeast of this place. London, Feb. 4. The Dunkirk correspondent of the Standard says that the master of a Danish steamer that has arrived at that port re ports that he saw a number of bodies with life-belts on them float ing off the Dutch Banks. Aberdeen, Feb. 4. Tbe owner of the steamer Crathie, which sunk the North Germaa Lloyd steam ship Elbe, has returned here from Rotterdam. He says that the state ment made by Captain Gordon of the Crathie to the underwriters, was that the collision so seriously damaged the Crathie's bows, and that the wreckage, consisting of a large derrick and two anchors dangling in dangerous positions over the side, threatened to pound holes in her, that when he signalled to the large vessel the steamer had run into and received a reply, he believed that the latter was stand ing by him and, consequently, Captain Gordon took steps to re pair the damage done his own vessel. Still, according to the owner of the Crathie, Captain Gordon added that the big steamer lay to for eome time and therT proceeded in the direction of London. The Crathie, her commander also stated, : re mained in the vicinity of the.place where the collision occurred until daybreak. Canairc in San Dieo. J. Walmer has received a letter from J. Y. Miller, of North Yakima, Wash., relating to the establish ment of a canaigre extract factory in San Diego. Mr. Miller writes that his family were the originators of the tanning extract business, tbe Miller Extract Company being the oldest house in the business, having been established in .1864. .Mr. Miller built several of the leading extract factories of Pennsylvania and New York, and also construct ed the plants of the two companies now working in Washington the only factories of the kind on the Pacific Coast. Mr. Miller writes that he became interested in canaigre as a material for furnishing tanning extract,' and spent some months as superintend ent of the plant at Deming, N. M., until trouble of a private nature changed his plans. He offers to come to San Diego, help organize a tanning extract company, build and run an extract plant, and find a market for the product in Chicago, Boston and Hamburg. He says he has a full extract outfit, with new machinery complete, which he will turn into the company for stock, except a small amount. The plant has a capacity of five tons of ex tract per day, but. can be run down to two and one-half Ions. San Diego Union. Sugar Consumption. In France the suear consumr w 4 tion"per head is still barely twenty five pounds, in Germany rather under fifteen pouuds, while in Rus sia it is not quite ten pounds. In northern European countries the average consumption per head stands at somewhere about twenty pounds, while in southern Enrone it aoes not exceed on an average of more than five pounds. The United Kingdom and the United States of A I i . , America eacn consume about sev cwvj Muuuua per nead and some considerable addition to this con sumption is still to be expected. IS in the trann.Pnoifir. : It of Australia and New Zealand, where uicniH oi me article appear to be anDreciatrrl tn ita fnll lor there the consumption reaches almost one hnnr!rpr1 i . uuuuua uci . james uunn s Keview. Steamship Line. K Steamers of the above 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, Ilonolulu and Suva Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, vis: From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria and Vancouver, B. C: S. S.MIOWERA" March 4 S. 8. "WARRIMOO" -April 1 From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C, for Suva and Sydney: 8. S. "WARRIMOO" February 24 8. S. "MIOWERA" March 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. 7"For Freight and Passage and all general information apply to Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd. GENERAL AGENT8. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO ADstralian Mail Service. For San Francisco: The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "ARAWA." 01 the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and Auckland, on or about MARCH 7th, 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 Bteamship "MARIPORA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or about MARCH 14th, And will have prompt despatch with Mails and Passengers for the above porta. The undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES. or further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. LOCAL LINE. S. S. .TTSTRLI Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu from 8. F. forS.F. Februaryl8 . .February 23 March 18 March 20 April 8 April 13 THROUGH LINE. From San Fran. From Sydney for for Sydney. San Francisco. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. MARIPOSA Mar 14 I ARAWA Mar 7 ARAWA April 11 1 ALAMEDA Apr 4 3314-3m CH1B. BH5WXS & CO.'g Boston Line of Paekete. Shippers will please take 3Kw notice that the AMERICAN BARK JULU1 U. MUljWJSii 15 for this port, if sufficient induce ninnt offern. BJ- For t.her information, apply to uoo o., n.uoy tM.. lioston, Mass., or to C. BREWER & CO. (ID.), Honolulu, Agents. 2i2 National (Jane Shredde (fATKMtl I'NDKU THK LAW M THK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of th8 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 vrith 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 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 nse tne 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 IMII require very liuie care or attention." ISiPPlans and specifications of these shredders may be seen at the office of We G. Irwin i Co. L't SOLS AGENTS FOR THE - HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 354-3m QTJjBEIST STREET, Between Alakea and Richard Streets. THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE pared to make all kinds of Iron, Braes, Bronze, Zinc, Tin and Lead Cast ings : also a general repair shop for Steam Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water Wneeis, Wind Mills, etc. ; axacnines ior 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. JJ All orders promptly attended to. White, Eitman & Co, 38S2-y The above is our special brand of SAFETY MATCH. First-class in quality. Controlled by ourselves only and at prices to suit the times. CASTLE & COOKE L'D. 3860-tf All Sizes- Common and Finish! VERY LOW WILDER & CO. LIMITED. 3851 1606-3m Works roB WffiE NAILS iKepnblic of Hawaii Oficial List of Members and Loca tion of Bureaus. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. Sanford B. Dole, President. Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Fora'pc Affairs. James A. King, Minister of Interior. Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance William O. Smith, Attoraej-General. ADVISORY C0C5CIL. C. Bohe, Ed wardD. Tenner, Wm. F. Allen. Jos. P. Mendonca, D. B. Smith. F. A. Hosxner, C. B. Wood, John Froineluth, James F. Morgan, Alex. Younc. John Nott, John iwa, Geo. P. Caatle, J as. A. Kennedy William F. Allen, Charles T. Rodgers, Chairman . Secretary. Suras Coc&t Ton. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice, on. B. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith. Chief Clerk. Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk. C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy L!ier J. Walter Jones. Stenographer CuRcurr Judges EtaUbodt, i; WW- 0iha. Second Circuit: (Maui) J. W. Kalua Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) 8.- L. Austin. . Fifth Circuit : (Kauai) J. Hardy. I Offices and Court-room in Court Hotrse, King street. Sitting in Honolulu The first Monday in February, May, August and November. Dzpabtjcest op Foreign fjtaib8. Office h Capitol Building, King street . iu. uatcn, auni&ter or Foreign Affairs. Geo. O. Potter, Secretary. J. W. Girvin, Kecretay Chinese Bureau A. bt, M. Mackintosh. Dbpabtment of the Iktkbiok. Office in Capitol Building, King street. ivf'.S122' Minister of tbe Interior. Chief Clerk. John A. Hassinjrer. Assistant Clerks : James H. Boyd, M. K. xeonosajoie. Btepnen Mahaulu oeorge u. icons, Edward 8. Boyd Bueeau of Aobiccltubjs and Fobsstbt. President : the Minister of Interior. Wm. G. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John Ena. Joseph Marsden, Commis sioner and Secretary. Cexsfs of Bureaus, Iktebjob Dxfabt KX2RT. Surveyor-General, W.D. Alexander. Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell. Supt. Water Works, Andrew Brown. Inspector, Electric Lights, John Cas3idT. Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. Thrum. Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. fl.Cnm mings. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas.H. Hunt.. Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter. Department of FmAifCE. Office, Capitol Building, King, street. Minister of Finance, S. M. Damon. Auditor-General, H. Laws. Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Ashley. Clerk to Finance Office, E. R. Stack able. Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B. - Castle. Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw. Deputy Tax Assessor, W. O. Weedon. Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat. Customs Bureau. Office, Custom House, Esplanade, Fort street. . Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle. Deputy-Cell ector, F. B. McStocker. Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller. Pozt Surveyor, M. N. Sanders. Storekeeper, George C. Stratemeyerr. Department of Attorjte y-G exss al. , Office in Capitol Building, .King street. Attorney-General, W. O. Smith. Deputy Attorney-Generul, A. G. M., Robertson. Clerk, J. M. Kea. Marshal, E. G. Hitchcock. Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow. Deputy Marshal, 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 Hjzaltb. Office in grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of Mililani and Queen streets. Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B. Emerson, J.T.Waterhouse, Jr., John Ena, Theo. F. Tensing and Attorney General Smith. President Hon. W. O. Smith. Secretary Chas. Wilcox. Executive Officer C. 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. B. Castle. Secretary, F. J. Scott. Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson. District Court. Police Station Building, Merchant street A. Peny, Magistrate. James Thompson. Clerk Board of Fire Commissioners Andrew Brown, President; Gac. W. Smith. James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer.