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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: nOXOLUTX. MAY 17, 1803-
l Pacilic cmtiDi mmiissi
Issued Every Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY,
Von Holt Block, King Street.
C. G. BALLENTYNE,
Manager.
THE SIGHT AGAIN
Court of Inquiry in John
Good Case Convenes.
SHIPPING ISiTELLICaiCL
ARRIVALS.
Associate Counsel Proposal to
Shake Evidence on Which Con
viction Was Had.
Monday, May 10.
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, Finch, from
San Francisco.
DEPARTURES.
Monday, May 16.
Stmr. Kaena, Mother, for Waialua.
Stmr. Waialeale, Parker.
ports.
Stmr. J. -
Oahu ports.
Stmr. Mokolii, Bennet, for Molokai,
Lanai and Maui ports.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullet, for Ka-
paa.
for Oahu
Cummins, Searle, for
VESSELS LEAVING TODAY.
O. S. S. Zealandia, Dowdell, for San
Francisco at 12 m. '
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Simerson, for La
haina, Maalaea, Kona and Kau at 10
a. m.
Stmr. Claudine, Cameron, for Maui
ports at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Ke Au Hon, Thompson, for
Lahaina at 4 p. in. ,
S-tmr. Mikahala, Thompson, for Na-
wilLwili and Hana.maulu at 4 p. m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Haglund, for Na-
wiliwili (passengers onjy), Koloa, Ele-
ele, Uanapepe, Makaweli, Waimea and
Kekahn at 5 p. m.
PASSENGERS.
The Court of Inquiry in the case of
John Good, found guilty before a court
martial in the Republic of Hawaii with
conduct unbecoming an officer, etc.,
met in military headquarters last
night. The make-up of the Court has
already been given. Attorney Robert
son introduced A. S. Hartwell as his
associate representing John Good and
then outlined briefly what points it
would be sought to bring out during
the sitting of the Court. Additional
evidence of great weight and Impor
tance had come to light, he said. Pri
or to the middle of May, he stated,
1S90, the sights were on all the guns
in the shed. This would be proved
by several witnesses. It would also
be proven by some of these witnesses
that they themselves worked on the
sight. In regard to the breaking open
of a locker where the sights were
placed it would be proven that Ser
geant Weatherby himself did this
work bv drawing the staple. Wit
nesses were here called in to testify.
Colonel Soper I had H. J. Rhodes
enlisted in the company commanded
bv Caotain Good. This was at the
President's request. He was put there
for some special service and received
orders from the President. Rhodes
came to my house one evening, said
that so far as the sight was concern
that was all right. He had taken
the sight and sent it to President Dole
Good knew nothing at an aDoui u
t v.ir.i.- Vio rnmw to assure me how
X Ii 1 11 ' .
matters stood in regard to the sight
I understood that he reported. Think
he told me himself. My impression is
that it was before Captain Good's ar-
nr.f vin- T?Vinripc! rnmc to me. It wras
Otf for the States.
Among thoo booked to leave by the !
S. S. Zealandia, sailing at noon today
are: Dr. J. F. Gibbon and the Misses j
Gibbon, Mr. and Mrs. Gains-Smith. ;
Mrs. C. J. Fishel and son, Mrs. P. A.
Bemis, Miss F. A. Clarke, Miss M. F. !
Clarke, Y. B. Jones, N. E. May, A. j
a1i-i.1a mu Marv Brooks. R. C. !
. A A - i A ..' ) -J j
Scott, F. S. Banks, Mrs. D. W . Mc-
Nicoll and two children, .Mrs. j.
Torbert and two children, Mrs. Cora
Martin, W. Rankin, George Ford. Miss
L. Crocker, Mrs. Agnew, Mr. ana .Mrs.
E. A. Hacknalt, Miss t.mmon., .mi.
Mrs. George Caldwell, Miss Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Davis, Miss L. M.
Curtis, Miss F. L. Curtis, Mrs. Capt.
Nichols, Mrs. J. M. Dnscoii, J.
Sass, I. Levingston, Mr. and Mrs.
Louisson, Mr. Davis. T. K. James, T.
A. Driscoll. Miss G. Blethen, i. &.
tti2-. Mrs. F. M. Mason. Miss Mason.
A. G. Langley, Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs ana
two children.
Every
Arrivals.
From San Francisco, per O. & O. S.
S. Gaelic, May 16 Miss Sarah Carter,
R. D. Mead, Mrs. R. D. Mead, Oscar
Herold, Mrs. Oscar Herold, Miss M. A.
Myrlck, J. H. Vicars, E. Suhr, Mrs. E.
Suhr and two children, James Dodd,
Mrs. James Dodd, Vv. W. Kirkland,
Wm. Mutch, Dr. O. E. Wall, S. W.
Cowles, H. F. Wichman, H. Strecke
wald, Miss E. Suhrcke:
Through:
it . t? wniinr. Mrs. W. H. Walker, Min ifm-o the railing of the Court of
J .A V T f - - ' 14 -J . v v -
Wm. M. Treglown, Duncan li. came- inquiry
ron, W. A. Behrens, Mrs. W. A. Beh
rens, Mrs. R. Pollak, K. Yenomoto,
Dr. II. W. Doone, Miss Lizie Varney,
Dr. J. Fryer, Ed. R. Lyman, Geo. B.
Fryer, Mrs. F. II. Haskell and child,
Martin J. Egan, G. H. N. Sexton. Rev.
Chas. E. Eckles, Mrs. Chas. E. Eckels
and infant.
WHARF AHD WAVE.
DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA
TION, May 16, 10 p. m. The weather
i3 clear; wind, light, N. E.
The Planter will probably finish dis
charging her cargo today.
The Western Monarch is back at the
fishmarket wharf taking on sugar.
The Carrier Dove will. haul over to
the railroad wharf today to load su
gar. Some 350 tons of fertilizer will be
shipped from the railroad wharf to
day. W. G. Hall for Kauai ports at 5 p. ra.
For Nawiliwili, passengers alone will
be taken
t w Short was formerly in me
N. G. H. Was there up to April 1st
1897. I ranked as private in Company
tt AVfoa nrnmntPfl to comoral. Then
w'ftnt into Company D as sergeant
When Captain Good was placed under
nvrpst T heard of the missing signx
T had worked on the
eun at the Waikiki end of the road
This was before the cholera epidemic
The sight was on the gun wnen j
wr.ri.-pri on it. Sergeant Middleton
Sproat, Gillis and another were with
rrA nt. the time.
J. W. Sproat was questioned on the
enhiprt of the sierht. He was a mem
her of the same squad as Short. He
saw the gun being cleaned and saw
mn lit; n t planned and saw xne
iiit-: 1111 r-t -
He was not posi-
Package
of Sciiliao's Best tea is a sample.
Your money back if you don't like it.
t0J
0
ceanic Steamship Company!
TIME TABLE:
Canadian-Australian Royal Hail
Steamship Company.
Steamers of the above line, runnlni
in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY dh
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, vis:
The Fine Passenger Steamers
This Port as Hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
cf Thi3 Line Will Arrive at and Leave
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
MARIPOSA MAY 25 ZEALANDIA
MAY 17
-.x'-,T-no tiattt ;i . I . rtv (!
At the CHICAUU x tuii oiiwvv A" ZEALANDIA JUJNtt SJJUUANA
1S97, each visitor on entering MOAN A JUNE 22 ZEALANDIA JUNE 14
Slhow was handed a coupon reaamg as . ALAMEDA JUNE 23
i
below:
REWARD OF MERIT.
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B.C.
For Suva. Wellington (N.Z.ana Sydney:
AO RANG I JUNE 10
MIOWERA JULY 8
WARRIMOO AUG. i
AORANGI SEPT. 2
MIOWERA SEPT. 30
WARRIMOO OCT. 2S
AORANGI NOV. 25
MIOWERA DEC. 25
"After viewing the exhibits, kindly
fill in the name of the Bicycle which
pleases you best as regards beauty
and. mechanical merit, and deposit the
coupon in ballot box near exits.
Name of Bicycle "
The "Shirk" received 17,4S9 ballots
against 12,377 the next highest. When
it is known that all the leading makes
of wheels in the United States were
on exhibition at this Show, the above
speaks for itself. The HONOLULU
BICYCLE CO. have' secured the Agency
for this strictly high grade wheel.
IT WILL INTEREST YOU TO CALL
AND SEE IT.
The SHIRK is the best thing that
ever happened. ,
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are
prepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon througa ucKets oy any
railroad from San Francisco, to all points In the united states, anu auiu
New York by any steamship line to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co
. LIMITED
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
MR We, l f. I L I
There will be a special meeting of
Pacific Lodge, No. 822, A. F. & A. M.,
at Us Hall. Masonic Temple. THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock.
WORK IN THIRD DEGREE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge, Lodge
le Progres and all sojourning Brethren
are fraternally invited to be present.
By order of the R. W. M.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Secretary.
; Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
AND
FROM SYDNEY. WELLINGTON t,N.Z.).& SUVA
For Victoria ani Vancouver (B.C.):
MIOWERA ... JUNE 8
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. DAY1ES & CO., Ld., Gen.Agts.
ccidental & Oriental Steamship
Co.
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port
on or about the dates below mentioned.
Excelsior Lodge, Ho. 1,1. 0.0. F
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
GAELIC .. May 17
CITY OF PEKING..5. May 26
DORIC June 4
CHINA June 15
BELGIC June 25
peru July
I RIO DE JANEIRO July 23
A regular meeting of the above
T ,1 ,.,511 l,a at Or? fl F'pllnWS
LlUUBC 'Will vv. I , -I 4
Hall, Fort street, THIS (Tuesday) EV- COPTIC 14
ENING at 7:30 o'clock.
WORK IN THE INITIATORY DE
GREE.
A full attendance of members is re
quested. Members of Harmony Lodge
and all sojourning brethren are frater
nally invited to be present.
PER ORDER N. G.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
CHINA May 20
BELGIC May 31
PERU JlLne 10
COPTIC June a
RIO DE JANEIRO June 28
5 '.GAELIC JuJy 8
CITY OF PEKING July 17
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.,
Honolulu Agents.
FOR RENT.
Elegant Offices in tho
NEW
P10G
BLOC
TELEPHONE 755-
P. O. BOX 4-
Opening Announcement
The Esther Buhne will soon haul presence of Captain ?alw
over to the railroad wharf there to forced, on ?L?f,w,ff
sight in the gun.
tiv as to dates.
President Dole was questioned as to
the employment of Rhodes. The same
story told by Col. Soper was repeated
by President Dole. In regard to the
. . t- :i n- cent tr him first.
m then hinaea it to Minister Cooper QQpefjye GrOCe CO.
The Court then adjourned as Attor
ney Robertson objected to the produc-
tion of so much evidence wmu.
lie
For freight and passage and all general information, apply to
ackfeld $
H
Co
Op
AGENTS.
LIMITED.
v,0 rtnPiir. to absent niuiesn-
The Court will meet again at
o'clock this evening.
f . on
get a whole load of sugar.
The steamer Mokolii sailed for Mo
lokai yesterday afternoon, laden with
freight for the Molokai ranch.
The Zealandia will have about 75
,n-nvo nn trill IV. A lllini-
steerase imsscuf,'; i- - -
ber of men are leaving to enlist in the
IT. S. A.
The Archer took on S,500 bags of
sugar at the railroad wharf yesterday.
This finished her cargo. The Archer
will sail for San Francisco this after
noon. The Emma & Louisa will get away
for San Diego on Thursday or Irulav .
Her cargo will consist of rice and
thousands of bottles for the San Diego
Brewing Co.
The Moi Wahlne with lumber fer
tilizer and general merchandise for Ko-
olalele and the KalkouU with
coal, and lumber for the same place,
will sail this forenoon.
Tha n & O. S. S. Gaelic, Finch com-
nff nort at 10:oU r r;fprion Barber Shop
. e on.i ft hours from San .pnf,e a boom of customers for
fihP anchored off port and time but sooner or later the business
will sailed for China and Japan this d back to the old rut. The reverse
Will baueii lOtVi I . . t n.. t-. Uhnn Viud-
fforTinnI1 some time, un ns tne case ai iue wuciiuuk,
Alabama has 2.2GO negro school
teachers.
Germany boasts a 1,000-year-old rose
tree.
nntnut is S.000,000 tons
WU11U o .... i
a year.
At Birmingham jewelry employs 14,
000 people.
is not exempt.
Parsonage property
from tax in Oregon.
ONCE
PATRONIZED ALWAYS
PATRONIZED
The Company Store is Now Open lor
the Transaction of Business
And we shall be pleased to wait
unon our oitl customers avuu &u gen
erously patronized the former Palama
Crncerv. New patrons will also oe
nfff-rprt everv inducement to iic
their orders with us. Orders by teie
nhnne or through the mails will re-
rpivft nromnt atteniion. uuut luifa
our motto was and always will be tnai
nimble six pence is better tnan a
lazy half crown.
H. CANNON,
Mnna?Pv Va aina LO-UUCldinc
eery, Ltd., Opposite Railway uepoi,
King street.
Honolulu, May 6, 1S9S.
WANTED.
EnuQ! Waring e. 6.
tTw -4JCsfejcii ltjL- 7rrmr P
DEALERS IN
Single or en eulte.
Electric Elevator, Electric Llghta;
Lavatory and Sanitary arrange
ments complete.
Rooms ready for occupancy by the
15th of April. '
For terms. Inquire of
BRUCE mi i CO
4859-tf
314 Fort Street.
Best Residence Lots
For Sale.
There are only Eight Lots situa'.ed
on mauka side of Beretanla Street, and
lying between Punchbowl Street and
Miller Lane for sale. It is the only
center premises for sale convenient for
residences in market.
Prices are very reasonable. For
terms and further particulars apply to
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers.
Honolulu, February lGth, 1S98.
4845-tf
FOR LEASE.
BY DR. AUGER, A CENTRALLY
...
Ts the motto of those who visit the located Cottage, suitable for family 01
Snmfi shops ex- tnree. Appiicauuus
" I . T n. n 11 rvT d I
Richards street, near nawauau s.-.
Real Estate and Financial Agents.
For a long term of years, the desir
able Pauoa pasture land, comprising
about 400 acres. About 12 acre3 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. 434.
HONOLULU.
OAHU CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.
oftprnoon some
inst., one of the
died aboard.
Chinese passengers ness is steadily on the increase.
T.iMhnM 678 3U FORT STREET.
We are ready to purchase Large Estates near Honolulu and Hilo, and
Coffee Lands on Hawaii. -ptPs taken charge of and managed.
T.nnns nlaced and negotiated; Estates aken uwifcC
n trouble to show
Want Thirty Days.
A member of the House of Represen-
B1CYCLE OIL.
Loans placed and
. - t. -r-. t-. i rx T r"rJ TNT THTI -v.;rt T nfc fnr en
all, uu.Mno " ; ".irrri TTmisPs built for investors.
Nuuanu valley uemeiery are ui-j on me lu&uaniii" i.
itiatea; ji,5ta.i.ea iaivtu - IIIlA
1 ' . , l V.a rrrnn-inf P,ltV Ol llllO
phHr-A Tts for sale at Kewalo, at runamm cir,w
tatives said on Saturuay mgiu.i"" -junior
or lower branch of the Legisla
ture wanted an extension of session
Cme and had to have it. "Unless we
30 days additional," declared thi,
Sember. "there will be two or three
portant appropriation bills and sev
ral other measures of considerable
mnmPnt left on the table. We simply
cannot get through in the 90 days re- overhauled on Monday in
sularly allotted. It is true tnat iu
House may have wasted some time,
out on the other hand we have had an
enormous amount of detail work to
look after and it has consumed days
and hours of genuine effort for which
Xmt few have given us any credit."
Tt is a well known fact among me
chanics in these Islandsy that their
lieht lubricating Oils are utterly use
Ipss 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
for sewing machine use is of no use to
lubricate a Bicycle
Bicvcles here, do not, as a rule, get
lnhrirant. Of twenty Bicycles
reauested to attend a meeting of the property to intending purchasers.
Oahu Cemetery Association, io oe
thP office of Bruce Cartwngnt, ou
wRnvRSDAY. Mav 18th, at 10 o ciock
for the purpose of the election
a. m
of Trustees and other important busi
ness.
full attendance is desired.
W. M. GRAHAM,
Secretary pro tem.
J. M. MONSARRAT.
NOTICE
fliHHl
I - - j
i.
111
01
Hi Age
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE
have this day revoked the power and
authority of Mr. R. N. Boyd of Hono
lulu, to act for us in all matters. And
also we have revoked and cancelled
that Power of Attorney we gave him
under date of May 9th, 1898. Also we
shall not be responsible for any of his
acts which he may undertake to do in
our names and for us.
MRS. M. KEAWEPOO.
MR. D. KEAWEPOO.
Honolulu, May 10th, 1898.
NOTICE
FOR SALE.
The Honolulu Cyclery
231 KING ST.,
Sixteen of them were absolutely drs.
They needed.
Bailey's Best Bicycle Oil
f h Advertiser, delivered to any part Put up In tin cans, 25 cents each
Z 75 cents a month. which is just as cheap as ngni turn on.
A FRESH COW, THOROUGHBRED
Jersev, with heifer calf at side. Also
the finest lot of Horses ever landed.
To be seen at residence of Hon. J. A.
Cummins.
HARRY J- AGNEW.
FOR SALE.
. -. . . r V 15 TT HT .1 C"
rOMMlSTlONER OF DEEDS FOR THE STATES OF NEW YORK
COMMISSIONED U AND CALIFORNIA f4frE.n
I O NS PLACKU Au .j.uuiww i.i.
CartwrigufBlocK, Merchant Street. Telephone 68.
T.ATmS for Sale
AN OLD VIOLIN STRONG AND
rich tone. To be seen at the Hawaiian
News Co.'s. A bargain for a professional.
or to Lease at Papa 2, Olelomoana 1, Kolo and
UrXi- rnffee District of Kona, Hawaii, laese wu:
'oV'otaS'titlaofsman tracts to suit porchascrH
tom! rvaVm nnd Molokai. '
-,laU'' " . , i 1T
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MR. S.
HMI of Kamaole, Kula, Maui, will
act for us in all matters under full
power of attorney.
MRS. M. KEAWEPOO.
MR. D. KEAWEPOO.
Honolulu, May 10th, 1SD3.
Also: . .
twt om.p T,and3 m
rx-w . i t y ot Wil-iVi
FOR LEASE l. a , Titen. nantry. two bath
furnished and contains seven room j .;"d stebl-s; Good sea bathing.
s" lSSla& ate- o? yeaat aeasonble rental.
PASTURAGE at Kuliouou, Oah i.
FOUND.
LADY'S BLACK VELVET CAPE.
Owner can have same by proving
property and paying for this adver
tisement. Business Office, Hawaiian
Gazette Co., Ltd.

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