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ul Pert Cit7..6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10
Arrive Honolulu.. 7:30 11:55 45 6:45
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GEO. U. PARIS,
MARCH 9. 1895.
THE ADTEKTISKK CALENDAft,
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At. March IS.
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Bteamahlps will leave for and arrive fioxn
siaco. Vancouver andSydnoy
the following: datca. till the close of
A a. at HoiroLtJLu
fx. Bab Frakcibco
On or Abut
Mariposa. ...51 ar. 14
Australia... Mar. 18
China April 2
Fob 8&h Fbxbcihco
On or About
Peru March 29
Australia... Mar. 20
Alameda Apr. 4
Australia.... Apr. 13
Miowera .'.May 2
Mariposa May 2
Australia May 8
China May 20
Arawa May 30
Warrimoo.. .June 1
Australia.. . June 3
Australia June 24
Iiio Janeiro..J une 17
Alameda June 27
Miowera July 2
City Peking.. July 17
Australia.... July 20
Maripo.sa July 25
Warrimoo. . . .Aug. 1
Belgio Aug. 9
Australia... Aug. 14
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. H
Warrimoo Dec. 2
Citv Peking.. Dec. 6
Miowera Jan. 1
Arawa Apr. 11
Coptic April 30
Australia.. . ilsy 11
Alameda 21 ay 9
Miowera May 21
Australia.. ..May 27
City Pfiir.. .June 1
Mariposa June 6
Australia. . . J one 21
v V f
warnmoo. . jane -t
Arawa July 4
Australia.. ..July 15
Miowera July 24
Coptic .July 10
Alameda Aug. 1
Australia... Aug. J
City TekinR.. Aug. 10
Warrimoo. . Aug. 4
M ari posa . . . . A u. 29
Australia,,, .Sept. 2
Miowera . . . .Kept. 24
Arawa Sept. 28
Australia. . .Sept. 30
Australia . . . .Oct. 21
Warrimoo. ..Oct. 21
Alameda Oct. 24
China Oct. 29
Australia. ...Nov. 15
Miowera Nov. 24
Coptic Nov. 2S
Warrimoo.:. Dec. 24
City rekin..Dec. '26 I
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MEN" Of WAR.
bFb Philadelphia. Cotton, S F.
(Thl llt doei not include coteri.)
Kvmwn. fJiax on, i
ci-ui - ' . tin.
r" il,r t v-v Eureka.
Ship H F Glade, Hercksen. Uverpool .
Am scar uoiuen oaore, hcuuwwi -v -
liktne Archer. Uainoun, pi an ami o, x
D Robert Budden, Biribolm. Newcastle.
Uk Newsboy, ilollestad. Newcastle. m
iik S C Allen, Thompson. Ban Francisco.
UkC D Bryant, Jacobsen, Ban Francisco.
Bhip Charmer. Holmes, Ban Francisco.
Bchr W H Dimond, Nilson, Ban i rancisco.
htrar Kahulai, Tyson, Kahului.
TOREION VKSSXIJ EXPKCTKD.
Vessel- Where from. Due.
Bch Maid ol Orleans.S F -.Dae
i!rir uamr Morse . . Newcastle r eD o
' V, t Mar 2
Friday. March .
Stmr Kinau. Clarke, from liawaii and
M6tUmr Pele, Brown, from circuit .of Oahu.
Btmr Kahului. Tyson, from kanului.
Fbidat. March 8.
etmrWG Hall, Simerson, for Maui and
Hawaii. ... , .
btmr Mikahala, Haglund. for Kauai.
Btmr Ke An Hou, Thompson, for Ha
rjamaoln. , ..
Btmr Iwalani, Ireeman. for Makaweli.
VESSEL, f LEAVI.SU TODAY.
Bktne Planter, Dow. for Ban Francisco.
Bchr Wm Bowden, Fjerem, for San Fran-
Striir Waialeale, Smythe, for Ilonokoa.
Per Btmr Kinau 5537 bags sugar, 72 bags
bones, 275 bags potatoes, 155 hides, 144
sheep, 100 pkgs sundries.
Per stnir Waialaele 3343 bags sugar, 12
bdls sugar cane, 18 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Pele 3955 bags sugar.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau.
March 8 Volcano: C Freeman, 8 II Sal
eno, Mrs H 8 Winn, J Van Camp, T J
Higgms and wife, J T Lewis, Mrs J W
Ko bin son and maid, R 8 Lange. Way
ports: W W Ooodale and wife, O P Wilder.
C Thoel. J T Baker, Caph C Watson, Rev
J Okabe, T Matsuda, Dr 8 Noda, J C Lawe
lawe, Miss Kawada, Miss Pokii, Miss Clara
Low, Misses Low (2) and maid, Mrs E J
Parker, child and servant; TW Gay and
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, March 8 Volcano: A H Chanter,
Captain A C romp ton. K Schofield.C Batter,
W Taylor. Way-ports: W F Wilson, E P
McGeeney. Alice Atona, Uattie Mahoe,
Kaakau, K Gardner, A Green well, C Von
Ham, Officers Holi and Lokana, and 60
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani. March 8
A Robinson, Mrs Robinson, Miss Gay and
SILVA In this city, March 7, 18S5, t the
wue oi A. Lr. cilva, Jr., a daughter.
WHARF AND WAVE.
Diamond Head, Mar. 8. 10 p.m."
Weather, clear; wind, light 'E.
The W. H. Dimond has been
The large launch of the Phila
delphia was running yesterday.
The Bailors of the Philadelphia
were given boat drill yesterday.
The Robert Sudden is discharg
ing coal at the Fort street wharf.
The Pele discharged 2300 bags
of sugar on the Kahului yesterday.
The Waialeale will sail today at
10 a. m. for Lahaina, Kukuihaele
A large herd of sheep created a
great deal of excitement on the
Kinau wharf yesterday.
The Archer has taken about 1000
tons of sugar. She requires 400
tons to top off her cargo.
The King Cyrus, Golden Shore
and Newsboy are the only foreign
vessels left in Naval row.
The W. G. Hall took a very large
cargo of general merchandise for
Kauai and Hawaii yesterday.
The Kahului will take passen
gers, mail and freight for the Coast.
H. Ilackfold &. Co. are the agents.
The Mikahala will return from
Kauai tomorrow morning. This
will make her second trip during
Some of the ballast from the
ship Charmer is being used as fill
ing around tne building ot the 11a
wanan .Llectric Company.
Ane x ianier named over
Mail wharf ivester,'w,rafr'
loaded,tv ir i v
afternoon from Maui ancTiiawaii.
Purser Beokley reports a very
smooth trip down. A school of
about a dozen whales was sighted
off Molokai light.
The Hawaiian steamship Kahu
lui, Tyson, master, arrived yester
day morning from Kahului, where
she has been loading sugar. She
will take 400 tons of sugar from
this port for San Francisco and
leave on Tuesday, March 12th, at 9
The H. F. Glade has discharged
about 500 tons of her' coal. She
nas 4 50 tons left which will take
about four or five daya to dis
orinrirn Shfi will load 8Ugar for
San Francisco as eouo as her coal
The six bulls that came from
San Francisco on the W. H. Di
mond were shipped to W. G. Ir
win's ranch in Kau yesterday By
the W. G. Hall. The first five
were very qniet, but it required the
strength of four coirDoys ana six
native sailers to get the sixth one
aboard the steamer.
At the Merchants' Exchange
vesterdav one of the most precious
sea logbooks extant was on exhibi-
official log of the cruise of H. M. S.
Endeavor, and covers the period
from the 25th May, 1768, to the 23d
October, 1770. Naturally many of
the older and more oi me younger
marine people had an overhaul of
the loebook kept by the greatest of
navicrators. As a production of
logbooks as they go nowadays on
board Her Majesty's ships. Captain
Cook's will lose nothing by com
parison. The book was purchased
by Mr. F. H. Dangar, and by him
presented to the museum here.
A MARINE SPECTACLE.
Inspiring Incident Among Men-of-War
in Callao Harbor.
It was in May, 1881, just after the
battle of Chorillos had decided the
war between Chile and . Pern, that
the flagship of our Pacifio fleet hove
in sight of the sea port oi uauao.
In early dawn, as the 6un was rising
behind the aoolivitous shore that we
were ekirting, I was called by an
orderly, and went on deck expecting
a beautiful sight, but nothing so
grand as the reality.
The hills of San LoreDzo, about
ten miles away, were glowing into
brightness rs a gorgeous increasing
light flashed the gray skies behind
the Andean ranges. Yet the long
mole of the city, the waters of the
little river Rimac and the huge ships
in the harbor were still dusky and
formless, for upon them fell the
shadow of the mountains. But out
near us, beyond the receding line of
darkness, waves crested by the fresh
breeze sparkled merrily in the sun,
or burst into little floods of radiant
spray" where a solitary porpoise wal
lowed in his early gambols.
As the sun rose higher, I could see
the mass of shipping that crowded
the harbor. Here were ships from
all the foreign fleets in the Pacifio.
For days they had lain out of gun
range in the offing, while on shore
the Chilean forces had pushed near
er and nearer to the capital of hope
less Peru, and at sea the Chilean
fleet had drawn a line of fire in front
For days the foreign warships had
patiently awaited the inevitable
capitulation, and watched the steel
shells from the Blanco Jncalada, the
Almirante Cochrane and the famous
little Huascar fly through their long
flat trajectory until, with a scream
and a roar, they crashed through the
walls of their forts, the masonry of
public buildings, or the wooden sides
of some deserted merchantman.
Suddenly a bugle call floated over
the water. Another and another
blew their golden notes; a great gun
boomed ; the stately warships in the
harbor spread their colors to the
breeze, and the red sun rim came
peeping over the black edge of the
Oar own flag flattered proudly
aloft, and with the rear admiral's
broad pennant at the mizzenmast,
acted to our friends in the harbor as
a letter of introduction. An alert
watch officer on the great British
ironclad Shannon reported us. Soon
afterwards the Stars and Stripes
floated up to her foretruck, a for
ward port was thrown open, a puff of
smoke flew along the water brim, and
the British commodore thundered
forth to us a national salute.
Then, as the last flash burst from
the black and massive broadside, and
as the last report echoed back from
under the hills of San Lorenzo, her
band on the poop dpek struck up our
patiorml jig tune, and "Columbia,
Happy Land," was hailed across the
waters that softened the staccato air
and made it beautiful.
Hardly had the British band finish
ed this anthem when one of the little
howitzers on our forecastle began
barking away with blank cartridges
at all imaginary foes of Great
Britain, and the salute having bean
enthusiastically but decorously blaz
ed away, the gesticulative Italian
who led our musicians, gave a signal.
Then "God Save the Qaeen" swelled
out from the brazen threats of his
instruments like a solemn, measured
and majestic hymn of praise.
V Th Germwi norf. (nrnivl la of.
- wmmwa U
smoke around them and the flairs at
mtucj, wnne samtes flashed
back and forth and the mellow
strains of music broke on the short
intervals between salute guns.
But in her own sea port no band
struck np an anthem for Peru: no
cannon nttered its deep roar in res
pect to her Majesty, nor was her
ensign even at the fore of any cloud
enveloped warship. For the foe was
in her capital and her flag and her
Side were humbled in the dost.
The Hawaiian Gazette Company
manufacture rubber stamps of all
HANAMAN- A DSTRAL1AN
Steamers of the above line, running
in connection with the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co., between Vancouver, B. C.
and Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling at
Victoria B. C. Honolulu and
Are Due at Honolulu
On or about the dates below stated, vix:
From Sydney and SuYa, for Victoria
and VancouYer. B. C
8. 8. "WARRIMOO"
8. S. "MIOWERA"
. . . a
From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C, for
Su?a and Sydney:
8. S. "WARRIMOO" ....... .March 24
8. 8. "MIOWERA" March 24
Through tickets issued from Honolulrr
to Canada, United States and Europe.
X"For Freight and Pasaage and all
general information, apply to
Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd.
Aostralian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine AX Steel Steamship
Of 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
ForSydney & 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 ILL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
CTTor farther particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Ltd.,
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. F. forS.F.
March IS March 20
April 8 April 13
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Boston Line of Packets.
Shippers -will please
notice that the
JOHN D. BREWER
New York on or about MAY
15 for this
port, if sufficient induce-
CCFox -ther information, apply to
Chas, Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston.
Mass., or to r 9
O. BREWER & CO. (L'D.),
.Republic of Uaivaii.
OScial List cf Members and Loca
tion of Bureaus.
Sanford B. Dole, President.
Francis M. Hatch, Minister of
James A. King, Minister of Interior.
Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance.
William O. Smith, Attorney-General.
Wm. F. Allen,
Jos. P. Mendonca,
D. B. Smith,
F. A. Hosmer,
C. B. Wood,
James F. Morgan,
Geo. P. Castle,
j as. a. Kennedy,
William V. ATL
Charles T. Rodgera, Chairman .
Suraxiot Co car.
Bor.. A. F. Judd. Chief Justice.
Hon. B. F. Bickerton,' First Associate
Hon. W. F. Frear, Second Associate
Henry Smith, Cliief Clerk. -Geo.
Lucas, Deputy Clerk .
ir' Peterson, Second Deputy Cler
J. Walter Jones, Stenographer.
FirstCircuit: & WJrtggJ
Second Circuit: (Maui) J.W. Kalua.
Third and Fourth '01x0011: (Hawaii) S
Fifth CirciLit : (Kanai) J.Hardy. .
Offices and Court-room in Court House.
King street Sitting in Honolulu
The first. Monday in February, May
August and November. '
Depabtmkkt op Foasiaa 'waiss.
Ofice in Capitol Building,
F. M. Hatch, Minister
Geo. O. Potter, Secretary.
Jr irvin Secretay Chinese Bureau
A. fct. M. Mackintosh.
DnP ABTUXNT OT THB iNTEJUOU.
Ofice in Capitol fcuilding, Kiujy
street. i: Mini8ter of the Interior.
Chief Clerk, J ohn A. Hassinger.
Assistant Clerks : James H. Boyd, M. K.
Keohokalole, Stephen Mahanlu,
George O. Ross, Edward 8. Boyd.
Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry.
President : the Minister of Interior. Wm.
G. Irwin, "Allan Herbert, JohD
Ena. Joseph Marsden, Commis
sioner and Secretary.
Chiefs of Bureaus, Iktsrior Dspart
kzxt. Surveyor-General, W.D. Alexander.
Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell .
Supt. Water Works, Andrew Brown.
Inspector, Electric Lights, John CassidT.
Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. Thrum.
Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H.Cnm
minga. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas. H. Hunt.
Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter,
Department of Finance.
Office, Capitol Building, King
Minister of Finance, S. M. Damon.
Auditor-General, H. Laws.
Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Asnley.
Clerk to Finance Office, E. R. Stackable.
Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B.
Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw.
Deputy Tax Assessor, W. O. Weedon.
Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat.
Office, Custom House, Esplanade, Fort
Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle.
Deputy-Collector, F. B. Mc8tocker.
Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller.
Poit Surveyor, M. N. Sanders.
Storekeeper, George O. Stratemeyer.
Department of Attorney-General.
Office in Capitol Building, King
Attorney-General, W. O. Smith.
Deputy Attorney-Generul, A. G. M.
Clerk, J. M. Kea.
Marshal, E. G. Hitchcock.
Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow.
Deputy llarshal, Arthur M. Brown.
Jailor Oahu Prison, J. A. Low.
Prison Physician, Dr. N. B. Emerson.
Board of Immioratio.
Presidents. A. King.
Members of the Board of Immigration .
J. B. Atherton, Joseph Marsden, J.
A. Kennedy James G. Spencer,
Secretary, Wray Taylor.
Board of Health.
Office in grounds of Court House Build
ing, corner of Mililani and Queer,
Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B.
Emerson, J.T.Waterhouse, Jr., John
.w ift LrLr LA ki&rrety
Inspector G. W. O. Jones.
Port Physician, Dr. F. B. 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 8chools, A. T. Atkinson.
Police Station Building, Merchant a tree
A. Peny, Magistrate.
James Thompson, Clark
Board of Firs Commissioners
Andrew Brown, President ; Geo.
James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer. -
Bem&Uvca of Hawaii Abrou,!
IS TI1C l"SiTKD BTATKit.
United States Hia V.x L Tu. .
Plenipotentiary, Washington, D C
Secreteryand Charge d'Affahes ml' in
tenmF P tlasiiniis
New York V. U Allen, Co:tu!-Genera(
San- Francisco C T Wilder, Consai-
General for the Pacifio States: Ca?l
fornia, Oregon and Nevada and
Washington J F kter
Consular Clerk '
Philadelphia Robert H Davis, Consul
aan Lfiego, u&la H.P.Wood, Consul
Boston Gorham D Gilman, Consal
General Portland Or J McCraken. Consul
Port Townsand, Waah-J-James G Swan
Seattle G R Carter, Consul
Tacoma. Washington J T Belclr
Acting Consul '
MEXICO, CESTRAL AND 80UTH AMSRICA.
U 8 of Mexico, Mexico -Col W J Da
Gress, CoMul-General. K H Baker
Manzanillo Robert James Barnev.Con-
Peru, Lima F L Crosby, Cons el
Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge u
Affaires and Consul-General
lontevideo, Uruguay Conrad Hughes,
Philippine Islands, IToilo George She'--
Manila Jasper M Wood. Consul
Cebu Georce E A Cadell, Consul
London Manley Horkina, Conaul-Gen-eral
for the Kingdom of Great
Britain. Liverpool Ksrold Janion, Consul
Bristol Mark Whitwell, Consul
Hull W Moran, Consul
Newcastle on Tvne E Biesterfeld,
Middleaborougb B. C. Atkinson.
Falmouth C K Broad, Consul
l)over(and the Cinque Ports) Franc;
William Pieecotr, Consul
Swansea H Bovey, Consul
Cardiff H GoMlerg, Consul
Edinburgh and Leith E Q Buchauar,,
Glasgow -jtiB Dam, Consnl
Dundee J G Zller, L'onsul 1
Dublin R Jas Murphy, Vice-Coneur
Queenstown Geo B Dawson, Consul
Belfast W A Rose, Consul
Toronto, Ontario - J E Thompson, Coiieui
General; Geo A Shaw, Vice-consul
Montreal Dickson Anderson. Consul
Kingstonr Ontario Geo Richardson,
Rimouski, Quetc J N Pouliot Q C,
St John's. N B Allan O Crookshank,.
Yarmouth, N S F.d F Clements, Vic
Victoria, B CM P Rithet, Consul .
Vancouver, B C E M Beattie, Consu
Sydney, N S W W E Dixon, Consul
Brisbane, Queensland Alex B Webster
'Hobart, Tasmania Captain Hon Audley
Launceston Geo Collins, Vice-Censul -Newcastle,
N 8 W W II . -Zloulton,
Auckland,N Z D B Cruickshank.Consal
Dunedin, N Z Henry Driver, Consul
Hongkong, ChjT:a Hon J Johnstone
FRANCS AND COLONIES.
Paris Alfred Houle, Charge d' Affaires
and Consnl-General ; A N H Teyesier
G da Cayla, Consul .
Bordeaux Ernest de Boissac, Consul .
Diion,HH Vieilhomnne, Consul
Li bourne Charles Schaessler, Consul
Tahiti, Papeete F A Bonet, Consul
Bremen H.F.Glade, Charge d Affaires
Bremen John F Mnller, Consul
Hamburg Edward F Weber, Consul
Frankfoit-on-Maine Joseph Kopp, Ooa
Dresden Augustus P Buss Consul
Karlsruhe H Muller, Consul
Vienna Hugo Schonberger, Consui
SPAIN AND C0L0XIE3.
Barcelona Enrique Minguez, Consul
Cadiz James Shaw, Consul
Valencia Julio Solar, Consul
Malaga F T De Navarra, Consul; F
Gimenez y Navarra, Vice-Consul
Cartegena J Paris, Consul
LasPalmas, Gran Canaria Louis Fal-
cony Quevedo, Consnl ; J Bravo de
Santa Cruz A C de las Cas is, Vice-
Arecife de Lanzarotte E Morales
PORTUGAL AND COLONIES.
Lisbon A Fereira de Serpa, Consui
General Oporto Narciso T M Ferro, Consa
Madeira L B F Branco,Con8ul
St Michaels A de 8 Moreira, Consul
8t Vincent, Cape de Verde Island-
O Martins, Vice-Consul
Lagos M J Barbooa, Vice-Consul
i Genfta Rapheel de LuchiCont?il j
Dordrecht P J Bouwman, Consul
Antwexp Victor Forge, Consul-General
Ghent E Coppieters, Consul
Liege Jules Blanpain, Consul
Bruges Emile Van den Brande, Consul
SWEDEN AND NORWAY.
Stockholm C A Engvalls, Consul
Cbristiaiiia--L Samson, Consul
Lvskil H Bergstrom, Vice-Consui
Gothembergsr-Guatav Kraak, Y ice
Toldo His Excellency R Walker Irwin
. Hiogo and Osaka O P Hall, Consul
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