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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, March 14, 1895, Image 3

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THE GAYHEAD'S SAILORS.
Released From Jail
Bat Refcsa
to Work.
The three sailcra of lh Gay
head who were arrested the other
day on suspicion of having fret their
vessel on fire, were released today
and eent back aboard the whaler,
which is docked at the Mail wharf.
On arriving at their destination
they were told to get to work im
mediately with the remainder of
the crew, but they .refused abso
lutely to do a stroke. While the
other men were hard at work on
the casks of provisions taken from
the vessel, the three liberated sus
pects enjoyed their pipes in a very
comfortable manner. The reason
for their refueal to work was asked,
but the only answer received was
to the effect that the captain bad
better see the American consul.
The men put on a very insolent
manner and acted in a most high
handed way when approached by
any oi tne otneers. it is very
probable, however, that the men
will have to get to work today
When seen yesterday they were
very neatly dressed and looked as
if they had enjoyed their jail expe
rience.
In a conversation with some o
the sailors today, among whom
was an Hawaiian from this island
it seemed to bo the general opin
ion that tho three men are not
what might be called perfectly
" etraicht. " It eeems that the
three have been in the habit o
conversing tcgetner at various
times, ana always wnen no one
was near enough to catch any o
the words.
'I do not understand," said one
of the men, "why these three fel
lows were always together, and, if
they did set the vessel afire, I can
not see their reason, for we have
always been treated well by the
ollicers : in fact, we like it here.
It is a fact worthy of notice that,
although the Gayhead has been
alongside the Mail wharf since
Fridav night, not an attempt to get
away has been made on the part of
any of the crew.
PORTUGUESE ON THE WA
Nine Uncdred or More Expected
Early Next Month.
The result of Minister Thurston's
efforts in tho matter of encouraging
Portuguese immigration will be
come apparent much sooner than
is generally expected. Tho German
steamer Braunfels is now on the
way from the Azores with about COO
able-bodied Portuguese, who are
coming to work on 6ugar planta
tions under the terms agreed on by
Mr. Thurston and representatives
of .the Portuguese Government.
Many of theso are bringing their
families with them, which will
bring the total number of those
now on the way to about 900 rouls.
The Boards of Health and Im
migration are already making ar
rangements for the reception of this
large addition to the population of
the islands, but are in somewhat
of a quandary where to put them,
many of the old buildings formerly
used by the Immigration Depart
ment for such purposes having been
rented to native tenants. It is
more than likely that special ac
commodations will be arranged for
them at the Quarantine Station,
although they cannot be regularly
quarantined unless some infectious
disease should have broken out on
the voyage. The Braunfels left
the Azores on February Gib, and is
expected to make tho passage in
about sixty days.
Trouble Among Chinese.
There was a rumor afloat yester
day that the two Chinese hiph
binders' societies, supposed to exist
in this city, were going to have
trouble last night. A watch was
kept on what was supposed to be
the moat likely place for a meeting
of the societies, but nothing start
ling occurred. It seems that there
are two Chinese highbinders' so
cieties in exister ce here, and that
they have had trouble lately over
some small matters. In their anx
iety, each to get ahead of the other,
the matter of their existence has
been unwittingly spread abroad.
That there is liable to be trouble
eoon seems to be the opinion of
several Chinamen spoken to yeEter
day. The Lei Jlima. Hop.
The subscription dance held at
Sans Souci last night by the Lei
Ilima Club was a success through
and through, and was enjoyed most
thoroughly by the fifty couples who
were in attendance. The music,
which was all that could be de
sired, was furnished by the Quin
tette Club. There were seventeen
dances and several extras on the
programme.
TIIE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVKKT1SKK: HONOLULU,
W. C. T. U.
It is n token of :h iivu- tL.it .n
of th now rnlts of tho Lawref.ce
eientitic t-cbool facility cf Hurvard
Univeifeity requires the young men
fetuiIiitB to take a conrse of hygienic
cocking. Ihe Uoston cooking echool
will initiate theru into the myMeries
oi UisLpan and kettle, and there was
no end of feminine gloating- over the
fact when the announcement was
made in the presence of certain wise
young women who are studying the
classics.
Ex Secretary Whitney says the
trouble with America is too much
silver and too much tariff. White
ribbonera say the trouble is too much
alcoholic drink. The feet is, the
women spend their money for dry
poods and the men for wet goods, or
in other words, extravagance end
indsjffeoce are the two roots of the
upas tree that casts its poisonous
blight upon tie nation. All the
silver in the country, the ret-ult of
lucre, would not meet the drink bill
of a single year; $1,600,000,000 for
1804, for liquor and tobacco.
The eighty-ninth dinner of the
New England society in New York
city, had its usual array of bright
men speakers, but no women. The
same was conspicuously true of the
dinner given to Dr. Parkhurst. It
was all very well for women to tug
and toil and help bring" in the
famous victory over Tammany, but
when it came to doing honor to the
leader of the movement men crowd
ed in with an absence of gallantry
that will be the amusement of a
more cultured generation, and re
legated the ladies to the gallery,
where they could watch their lords
as they dined, and could inhale the
tobacco smoke wafted from their
lungs to the ceiling, alon? with the
eltqnent voices of 44tho brethren,"
who meant well, but who had not
enough of the "arrost of thought" to
realize how pleasant it would have
been for the women to be seated
with them, and how refined it would
have beeu to have banished the
tobacco rmuke during the hour when
they celebrated the victory of clean
liness over the fumes, the fog and
the folly of New York's Vulcanic and
volcanic politics.
The Ne? Zealand legislature,
founded on co-citizenship, is taking
some advance steps as might have-
neen expected. j.ne lower noufc
has prohibited the sale of intoxicants
at its bar and has adopted a timo
limit for debates. The latter fact
moves the Review cf Reviews to re
mark: 'It is p. curious comment
upon tne various proverbial saying
as to female loquacity that the
first Antipodean session in which
women bad a voice, should have a
drastic time limit upon the chatter
of Parliament."
May Not Leave.
Archie McDowell does not know
whether he will get away on the
Mariposa today or not. Marshal
Hitchcock has denoeited the
amount of his fare to Sydney with
the agentf, but tho latter refuse to
make any promise to take hirn
until the vessel arrives. It is likely
that Captain Hay ward will bring
instructions on the question of Ha
waiian refugees with him, and, in
the meantime, tho agents will take
no chances.
Demurter Overruled.
Judge Cooper heard arguments
yesterday on the demurrer in the
case of the executors of the Water
house estate against the Dimond
heirs. The Court overruled the
demurrer and gave'the defendants
five days to answer.
Of Interest to Managers of Plan
tatlons, A Model riant is notcomplete without
Electric Power, thus dispensing with
email Engine-".
Why not cnerate your power from
one CENTRAL Station ? One general jt
can furnish jower to jour Pumps, Cemri
tugals, Elevators, Plows, hail ways and
Hoist ; also furnish, liaht and power for
a radius ot from 15 to 20 miles.
Electric Power bei g used ravts the
labor of hauling coal in your field, also
water, and dot-s away with hihg priced
engine; rs, and only have or e euine to
look a ter in jour mi l.
Wher. water pewer is available, it
cots no hig to generae Electric Power.
The Hawaiian I-leciric Company is
now ready to furnihh Mectiic Pants
and Ge c-ratos of all ieKcrintons at
thort no'ice, and al?o hrs cu hand a
lare ftock of Wire, Ci a:idr!i-is. and all
r Jt-ctrical Goods.
All or ers will be niven tromnt atten
tion, and estimates furnished for I iyrht
ing and Poer P;ant-; als attention is
pivcu to Housp and Marin Wiring
TUKO. HOFFMANN.
COW-If Manager.
SHABBY GKiXTILlTY
In Mt'.fr men or w.in,,, II t. t ,!
way iwy to he well dres-e-.i H' th- prtr
I mil ort dj.ect from l2 .-.n cr... r.tiv
u(K a n af..J cvr:o:i
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"r- vjwuo which i c u import on
(ft)
A $2.50
SPECIAL BARGAIN IX COItSETS-
4
For This Week Only
We will place on sale, comni3uciriy TODAY, our ent?r
stock of ODD CORSETS, mostly French make, regular price
$2.50. We offer tho entire lot this week
l.OO
N. S.
52Q Fort Street
The above M0L1NE WHEEL WALKING PLOWS we
now carry m stock and can
They h ave been thoroughlv tried and tho fact that we have
sold SEVENTEEN on tho islaud of Hawaii alone during the
past two months shows that the
when they see it .
We still selHhe well-known. HalUBreaker, 12. 14, 15 and
16 inr.h. whir.h is .Ll.cn marfn hv tho MOTjINR PT.OVV riOAf -
PANY. One of our latest customers says this:
'Send me a 16 inch HaUV
makes lately and find thev do
ve nave an sizes 01 nows
hill and furrow Plows.
We have the most complete assortment of Tools of all
1
Kinas ior clearing sugar or rouee
Our stock of SHIP CHANDLERY and ROPE has been
added to lately and ve can furnish almost anything needed.
' ' WAUKEAN" BARBED WIRE is far ahead of any other
make: try it. and vou will be
you prefer galvanized or black
heavy stock.
If you want v. perfect wire
E. O.
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PUSS IN BOOTS.
Is all ripht a-foot. This is qute npcfFsrv, not ot:v fo tMinp, '; nt for e ' one ir.
town, this time I the year. Kefp the Ue t al rit-ht, anc health bi d c n fcrt an
apt to be Ffrcnre. Our ftock of fooi'xejir embraces jretty - nuiioh t ver t hinr ir;
boots and Fhoes for in end outdoor wear husiiifFs arl leafire, trvn und i inry
After imp ctinjj our to It c':or of footw ar. t. n V r o'Lin n. to t s e in h waj
of variety, snd cearly r.o prires can be i'Verthsn cup. 'i ) t-se fiiire we
marie cn a little last, and the toodt? are j-'ood t tc-uvrh to last t; 11 tiie flowers tome
again.
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f.r.4s!, Ml (.,((l?f,,( n, Iv , JmT fi
t n'e.-H !r, 1W. K !!.vsa.d dps are the
nuint I.I m ,f 1 H St I i 1 ' 1 4
Sjnu.Kaof ll k im!s of
nnorc n'it-e
I AKK M.XJR A.
405 KING STlfJESET,
ARTICLE FOR
Si
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SACHS',
Honolulu
fill orders for same Dromntlv.
planters know a good thing
Breaker. I have tried other
not do the work that yours will."
irom 4 to 10 mcues: aiso siae
lanns.
surprised with the results. If
plain Fence Wire we have a
stretcher send to
Hall & Son.
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ANY,
STBEET.
-PA-IK
CAMP
N1IW1J
MARCH
14. 18H5.
GRAND
Clearance Sal
e
COMMENCING
March 1st
ANU COUNTING FOR
30 DAYS !
I Am Overstocked.
Everything, including shelves
and counters are loaded with
goods.
I Must Have Room
and have marked prices down
to inangurate a Great Sale.
Special Sale
of some article each day, which
will be die played in the window
each day prior tothe day of sale.
This will be a grand lime for
for the people of Honolulu to
secure bargains.
GINGHAMS 14
YaRD3 FOR $2.
-r rxni jv t"v
If Oil t Jb Orget tne lmte
MARCH 1st.
le of
M. G. SILVA, Prop.
XT A nmT An T)T l rT
ll A It I 111 f Mfll ,11
1 kJlUll Ul 1 JJILUJJ
TTTFi "WA U between Ja
imuanu unma
1 1S still on, although active
I ork in the field has been sus-
1 . . j j
I peuutju uulii spring.
Through my agents, I made
arrangements before war was
declared for an immense stock
of goods to be shipped as I re
quired, consequently I can af
lord to sell at the same low
figure.
Ex Bentala I 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.
Ihe latest thing in Lacauer
ware, is too Uherog L.acauer
wnicn cannot help to please
the most fastidious.
1 1 ... .-
B"Remember, I have the
leading store for first-class
Japanese Goods.
DAI NIPPON,
HOTEL STREET, AE1NOTON BLOCK.
MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO,
Proprietress.
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
F. MORN,
Practical Confectioner' nd Baker.
NU. 71 HOTKL STREET.
375S-tf
B. JAOUEN,
Practical Gunmaker
Will do any kind of repairing to Hre-
arms, aifo nn wnirg and uii;eing and
restocking qral to ractory work, .-atis
faction vuaranferd. Union etrvet, witu
C. MerMnsr, i'ainter. S9t!S-v
liERCHiKTS' EXCBANSF,
CHOICE LIQUORS
AND
FINE BEER,
Corner ci King and Nuuaau streets.
?Te;ephone LS907-tf
Temp
Fas
ID
National Caoe Skier
(PATKNIKO L'NDK: THF l.A
THE UAWAW.IN IS1.ANP- .
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager
of the Ililo 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 tho
Hilo Sugar Company's mill ex
ceeded any of its former
records by closing the 125
hours grinding with an outnut
of 3001 tons. This is fuliv 10
per cent, more than tho best
work of former years.
"The three roller mill beine
26 in. by 54 in. and the two
roller mill 30 in. by 60 in. The
nrst mm dome this ami tof
work in au 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
d.Per cent, to 5 per cent, on all
Kiuus oi cane, ana in some
cases bu per cent, has been
I 1 1 1 mm w
reacnea; tne average neing o
to 7,? Per Cent., according to
quality.
1 continue to find the
megass ironi shredded cane
better fuel than from whole
cane.
"The shredder has been
working day and night for
seven months and has given
mo entire satisfaction, having
snreaaea auring mat time
about seventy thousand tons
1 -111 1 .1 a
ot cane, and a large part of it
being hard ratoons.
Ihe shredder and engine
require very
little care or
attention."
t37Plans and specifications
of these shredders may be seen
at the office of
We G. Irwin fi Co. LI
SOLE AGENTS FOR THK
H A W AH AN ISLANDS .
3594-3ro
QUEEN STREET,
Between Alakea and Richard Streets.
THP?rt!
Brass, Bronze, ?inc. Tin and I ead Cat-
in8 also a general rej air shop for Ream
Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water
Whee s. Wind Mills, etc. ; Machines for
the Cleaning cf Toffee, Castor Oils,
Beans, Ramie, Sisal, Mneapple Leaves
and other Fibrous Plants and Paper
Stock; also Machines for Extracting
Starrh from the Manioc, Arrow Hoot.etc.
COAll ordeis promptly attended to.
Wlllte, liltmail & tO.
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.
3S60-tf
Is what we want, but in order to ob
tain it we must give
VALUE FOR VALVU
and invite the attention of the PEO
PLE (tomiatB especially', to make a
thorough examination of our tock
and prices, in Sterlins Silverware
Bouvenir Spoons. Plated . Ware,
"Watches and Diamonds, Native
Jewelry, manufactured in unique de
eigns and to order.
Jacobson & Pfeifter.
FORT STREET,
Wenner & Co. a Old Stand .
353-tf
Rubber stamps at Gazette office
National
Iron
Works
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OTHER PEOPLE S
MONEY
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