THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 5. 1893.
113 Pocl HQiierclsl mm
Issued Every Morning, Except
Sunday, by tbe
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY.
Von Holt Block, Kins Street.
Wednesday, May 4.
Am. bk. Ceylon, Calhoun, 20 days
Stmr. Mokolii, Bennett, from Molo
Kaena, Mosher, from Oahu
James Makee, Tullet, from
Helene, Macdonald, from Ha-
Wednesday, May 4.
Stmr. Maui, Freeman, for Maui and
Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, for Ka
paa. Stmr. Mokolii, Bennet, for Molokai,
Lanai and Maui ports.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for
From Oahu ports, per stmr. Kaena,
May 4500 bags sugar for Castle &
From Kapaa, per stmr. James Ma
kee, May 42,000 bags sugar for C.
Brewer & Co.
WHARF A!!D WAVE.
DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA
TION, May 4, 10 p. m. The weather
is cloudy; wind, fresh, N. E.
The steamer Iwa came in from Oahu
ports last night.
The S. N. Castle hauled over to the
Oceanic wharf yesterday and took
sugar from the Helene.
The bark Himalaya now in port, was
built in Sunderland, England, in 18C3.
She will get her register as soon as
she has discharged her cargo of coal.
The Lehua is expected in from Ililo
at the latter part of the week. She
will be placed on the Mokolii route
and the latter steamer will be laid up
The Veritas sailed from Newcastle
for this port with a cargo of 993 tons
of coal on April 7th. At that time
there were no other coal vessels to
load for this port.
. The schooner Kekauikeaouli will
start out at 4 p. m. today for Waipio,
Hawaii. After discharging her gen
eral cargo there she will return to
Paauilo, .Hamakua for a load of sugar.
The Mokolii came in from her usual
ports yesterday morning and sailed
again in the afternoon. She has been
very busy of late with frieght for the
Molokai ranch and the leper settle
ment. The American bark Ceylon. Cal
houn master, arrived in port yesterday
forenoon. -29 days from Seattle with a
full cargo of lumber for Allen & Robin
son. She is now at the wharf of that
The ship A. J. Fuller will finish dis
charging on Friday and will take in
her stiffening on the same day When
she has finished this she wi 1 haul
over to the railroad wharf to take on
1 nnn tons of Ewa sugar.
The Helene came in from
E.v ocJo the channel Tuesday after
noon, a native sailor fell
wa rescued by quick work on the pan
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of worthy assistants.
mt, Tooa Atnlcee arrived
vesterday morning from Kapaa with a
full cargo of sugar which she discharg
tbpn nroceeded on ner way
x t,'oo in Vi riftprnoon. 1 ur
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NATIVE DEAF ML'li:.
I-ccii!i:tr Situation When Arraign
ed in Court.
Yesterday morning a Chinaman ar
rived at the police station with a na
tive boy a'.-d about 11 year?, in his
charg". The l'f,y w;!K found to be deaf
rind dumb. He complained that the
boy bad thrown a rock at him which
struck him in the head. The case came
up in the Police Court almost immedi
ately after the arrival of the China
man and his charge. The boy plead not
guilty. His mother who had been sum
moned made signs to her son and then
explained to the Court that the China
man had thrown water on the boy who
had become infuriated and tried to get
even. The boy was discharged.
At the conclusion of the case many
questions were asked back and forth
by the people who had been present at
the trial. What if the native boy had
been arrested on the charge of mur
der and, by circumstantial evidence,
had been found guilty? Would he ne
cessarily hang? The deaf and dumb
people among the natives are not edu
cated like the people of the same
stnmn in tbe United States and can.
only speak by signs which are under
stood only by people who have been
with them from infancy. Not being
able to offer one word in defense ex
cept perhaps a shake of the head,
would such a person be condemned to
the gallows? The law on the matter
as found in Article C of the Constitu
tion (Right of Trial), reads as follows:
"Section 2. Except in case of im
peachment or offenses within the juris
diction of the District Magistrate, or
in summary proceedings for contempt,
no person shall be held to answer for
any 'offense except upon indictment,
information of complaint, describing
such offense; and he shall in all cases
have the right to meet the witnesses
who are produced against him, face to
tce; to produce witnesses and proofs
in his own favor; and by himself or
his counsel, at his election, to examine
the witnesses produced by himself and
cross-examine those produced against
lira, and to be heard in his own de-
The question is, "where does the deaf
and dumb native come in?"
For New Wharves.
The Government dredger is just now
pumping off Lime Kiln Point. A fill
ing in being made almost to Nuuanu
stream and on a line with the newest
wharf. This line may be slightly
changed. Lime Kiln Point, as well as
the old lime kiln have entirely disap
peared. Considerable stone wall has
been made as part of the support for
the proposed new long wharf. Some
piles have been driven and there are
marking for three rows of piles. The
dredger is working in soft mud and is
making a big showing.
jrar left on Kauai,
ivj-i. , era T.n-
US lAiiw-- -AMl Tihnp
Makaweli, 4,000; ive-
,-v . T.-ii 9 300:
r nAft- a n nu at me " "
Vvhp'n the Makee left Kauai the
nr Fleele discharging
tlO . T-..
An abundance of rain on ivau-
ai is reported.
A March of Rats.
AftPr the old fish market was de
molished there remained in the neigh
hnr hood an old mark of almost equal
ri unsiehtllness. This was the
large two-story building occupied by
Japanese as a lodgings and living es
tablishment. It was built many years
atro and was for a long time a com
bination boat building establishment
and sail loft. It has been a favorite
place for Japanese, being handy for
lonvinf nn.irantme. tne om
Llltm "o -
place was infested with rats. A mim
i,ot. werp seen when the carpenters
were at work tearing down. The grant
mnrrh of rats was when water from
the dredger reached the buildin;
rodents left in troops.
Will Sell His Sloop.
Captain Dower is giving his sloop
Jubilee a thorough overhauling for the j
purpose or negotiating ner sale, lie
has bad several offers from natives and
Japanese for the boat, but is holding
her in the hope of seeing her go under
the flag of some citizen who will sail
her for pleasure and show her in the
regattas. Captain Dower built the
Jubilee himself and has sailed her
quite often and on long trips. She was
stake boat for the Jubilee yacht races
last year and came home second in the
procession after all the regular racers
had rounded her while she was at
anchor off Waikiki.
"Olaa never looked better nor the
coffee prospects brighter than now,"
remarked a gentlement who made a
trip through the district last week.
"The trees are flourishing and blos
soms have set in some instances on
trees only a year and a half old. Cof
fee has been a surprise to most people
who do not go up there frequently and
if those who doubt the advisability of
embarking in the enterprise want to be
convinced of their mistake they have
only to make a trip.".
GIVE YOURSELF WEIGHT.
Don't give yourself away by accept
ing any of the inferior brands of beer.
Be onto yourself and insist on getting
"Rainier" and you will be looked upon
as being intelligent and up-to-date,
especially if you patronize the Favor
W. M. Cunningham, Proprieor of
this well-known resort, has been in
the business for many years, and is a
connoisseur in liquors. His establish
ment is always orderly, and, with the
services of his assistant, Mr. Thomp
son, customers are promptly suppiiea.
ATTENTION, COMPANY A.
Armory Company A, First Regv
miT.t. N. (1. II.
Honolulu, May 5. 1893
Every member of this Command is
hereby ordered to report at, the Drill
Shed THIS (THUKSUAYI & VJ2.XU-M.
May , at 7:30 o'clock, or Drill.
Kamehameha Lodge of Perfection,
No. 1, A. & A. S. R., will hold a special
meeting at Masonic Temple, at 7:u
THIS (Thursday) EVENING.
Installation of Officers.
C. L. CRABBE, Secretary.
Notice to Creditors.
S. S. "PAROO.
NEITHER THE CAPTAIN NOR
Agents will be responsible for any debt
contracted by any members of the
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., LTD.,
Notice is hereby given to all persons
holding claims, for services renuereu
or supplies furnished for the Special
Session of the Senate in 1897, to pre
sent the same to the undersigned on
nr before May 10, 1898, on which day
the claims will be audited and the ac-
rmmt. aeainst the special appropria
tion for the expenses of the Special
Session of the Senate, 1897, closed.
By order of the Senate:
THE COTTAGE ON THE CORNER
of Beretania and Richards streets, op
posite the Central Union Church, at
resent occupied by the Hotel. 1 os-
session given on tne ist oi juuk. a-
DR. JNO. S. McGRKW.
PRACTICALLY NEW HOUSEHOLD
Furniture of three rooms and Kitcnen.
Will sell at extremely low figure.
Fort and King streets.
'THE VILLA, ' 731 FORT STREET
Furnished and unfurnished rooms; al
so cottaee of 3 rooms, kitchen, bath,
etc. Modern improvements.
MRS. F. C. BETTERS,
731 Fort Street.
FURNISHED HOUSE, NUUANU
Vallev, consisting of eight rooms and
bath. At present occupied by
APPLY ON PREMISES
The sudden death of Ah Wai, a
Chinese lad about 10 years old, was
reported to the police at 1:30 o'clock
this morning. Drs. Cooper and How
ard were summoned. The boy and his
mother and 12 years old sister have
been living at Ah Swan's. The father
died a short time since and the other
occupants of the house say that all
three have been eating opium ever
since. Too much of the drug is sup
posed to have caused the lad's death.
An inquest will be held.
It is a well known fact among rae-
these Islands, that their
V HUUlVk '
lisrht lubricating Oils are utterly use
less here. They dry up or run out of the
bearings: in fact you must use a far
heavier oil here than in colder coun
tries. Oil bottled in the United States
fnr RPwins machine use is of no use to
lubricate a Bicycle.
Bicycles here, do not, as a rule, get
enough lubricant. Of twenty Bicycles
overhauled on Monday in
vAISERLICH DEUTSCHES KONSU-LAT.
Honolulu, 2. Mai 1898.
Inhaber von Kriegsdenkmuenzen von
1SG4. I860 und 1870-71 weruen ersueni,
sich auf hiesigem Konsulat zu melden
oder sich schriftlich mit mir in er-
bindung zu setzen.
Der Kaiserliche Konsul
J. F. HACKFELD.
NOTICE TO PATRONS.
of Schillings Best tea is a sample.
Your money back if you don't like it.
Canadian-Australian Royal Hail
Steamers of the above line, running
in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY be
tween Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney,
N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C.
Honolulu, Suva (Fiji), and Wellington,
N. Z., are
DUE AT HONOLULU
On or about the dates below stated, viz:
The Fine Passenger Steamers
This Port as Hereunder:
FROM SATI FRANCISCO:
ct This Line Will Arrive at and Leave
FOR SAM FRAKCiSCO:
j FROM VAMCOUVER AID VICTORIA. B.C.
For Suva. Wellington ;N.Z.ana Sydney:
IWARRIMOO MAY 13
AO RANG I JUNE 10
MIOWKRA JULY 8
WARRIMOO AUG. i
i AuUA.NUl JSKPT. 2
MIOWERA SEPT. 30
WARRIMOO OCT. 23
AORANGI NOV. 25
MIOWERA DEC. 25
MAY 11 ZEAIANDIA
MAY 23 ! MO ANA
JUNE 8 i ZEALANDIA JUNE 14
MOANA JUNE 22
ALAMEDA JUNE 23
rV i'n AFTER MAY 1st, THE
undersigned, will put on an additional
wagon to accommodate the demand
Intending patrons will please tele
phone to 1013.
STAR DAllt x JU i-iu.
Honolulu, April 29, 1S9S.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are
prepared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any
railroad from San Francisco, to all points in the United States, and from
New York by any steamship line to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
'acific Mail Steamship Co.
accidental & Oriental Steamship
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port
on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
RIO DE JANEIRO May 7
GAELIC May 17
CITY OF PEKING May 26
DORIC June 4
CHINA June 15
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
DORIC May 10
CHINA May 20
BELGIC ...i May 31
PERU June 10
COPTIC Jne 19
BELGIC June 25 RIO DE JANEIRO June 28
PERU July 5 GAELIC July 8
COPTTC July 14 CITY OF PEKING July if
RIO DE JANEIRO July 23
For freight and passage and all general Information, apply to
DIVIDEND WILL BE DUE AND
pavable to the stockholders of the
TTnwn ian Susar to., at me
W G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., May 10, 1S9S.
Transfer books close on tne m inbi.
W. L. HOPPER.
Secretary Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Honolulu, May 3, 1S9S.
HOME FOR NURSE.
A GOOD HOME FOR A SENSIBLE
woman to do nursing and washing.
Real Estate and Financial Agents.
Telephone 678 314 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
We are ready to purchase Large Estates near Honolulu and Hilo, as
Coffee Lands on Hawaii. ..tw.
Loans placed and negotiated; Estates taken charge ofand SSfro.
Choice Lots for sale at Kewalo. at Punahou and the growing City of Hl
on the installment-plan. Houses built for Investors. No trouble to n
property to Intending purchasers.
J. M. MONSARRAT.
The Honolulu Cyclery,
231 KING ST.,
Sixteen of them were absolutely dry.
Bailey's Best Bicycle Oil
Put up in tin cans, 23 cents each,
which is just as cheap as light thin oil.
" ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE
Kwong Mow Wai Co., Rice Planters.
Waikiki, Oahu, must be presented at
once to their Agents,
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO., LTD.,
Honolulu. May 3. 1S9S.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE IN OAK
FROM SYDNEY. WELL1HGT0N (N.Z.. & SUVA
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.):
AORANGI MAY 11
MIOWERA JUNE 3
WARRIMOO '.JULY 6
AORANGI AUG. 3
MIOWERA AUG. 31
WARRIMOO SEPT. 23
AORANGI OCT. 26
MIOWERA NOV. 23
WARRIMOO DEC. 21
Through tickets Issued from Hono
lulu to Canada, United States and Eu
rope. For Freight and Passage and all gen
eral information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Li., GenJgts.
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
New York Line.'
The Bark "Nuuanu" will sail from
New York to Honolulu on or about
July 15, 1S9S.
If sufficient inducement offers. Ad
vances made on shipments on liberal
terms. For further particulars, address
Messrs. CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27
KIlby Street, Boston or
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.,
Elegant Offices in the
Single or en suite.
Electric Elevator. Electric Lights;
Lavatory and Sanitary arrange
Rooms ready for occupancy by the
15th of April.
For terms, Inquire of
inn i n y flft
diim unnmu a uu.
314 Fort Street.
Best Residence Lots
There are only Eight Lots situated
on mauka side of Beretania Street, and
lying between Punchbowl Street and
Miller Dane for sale. It Is the only
center premises for sale convenient lor
residences In market.
Prices are very reasonable. For
terms and further particulars apply to
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers.
Honolulu, February 16th, 1898.
For a long 'term of years, the desir
able Pauoa pasture land, comprising
about 400 acres. About 12 acres fenced;
level land on good road, suitable for
dairy houses and sorghum. The only
ranch land adjoining Honolulu. Rea
sonable terms to responsible party. In
spection solicited. Inquire of
C. W. BOOTH, Tel. 494.
A FINE HOMESTEAD IN THE
best residence quarter, surrounded by
an acre of ground; fine old palms, de
ciduous trees, etc. Address "H," 1206
Alice St., Oakland, Cal.
,..,,nrt PFrnnilfl AND NOTARY PLBLIL.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR THE STATES OF NEW YOEK
IONS PLACED AND NEGOTIATED.
CartwigM Block, Merchant Street. Telephone 68.
rrVSWF "LANES for Sale or to Lease at Papa 2, Olelomoana 1, Kolo and
Z0o& in the Celebrated Coffee District of Kona Hawaii i These Lands
will be sold or leased either large or small tracts to sjt parchaer..
SFOR' SALE. Lands in Maui, Oahu and Molokai.
FOR LEASE-1. A House and Lot at Waikiki The house is party
Thew premises will be leased for a term of years at a reasonble rental.
PASTURAGE at Kuliouou, Oahi.
Is the Drink If You Want a
E. R. ADAMS,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
AT MRS. DICKSON'S OFFICE,
Woman's Exchange, you can have a
good shampoo. Take your hair comb
ings there to be made into a switch,
your soiled Panama or straw hats,
gloves, ribbons, etc., to be cleaned;
also dresses, sponged and pressed.
FAMILY. HACK AND
Orders Taken for All Classes of Horses.
STABLES, King St., Opp. Singer's Bakery
j. a. Mcdonald.
P. O. Box 422.
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