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Tho Hawaiian Cablo.
(.Now York Observer, August U.l
Tho project ot coimci-ting tho I ""Ik- managers in this pity mo still
Cleveland and Hill.
Washington, Aur. 10. ThoDcino-
Cnlifornin const with Japan and
China by n telegraphic cablo, dis
cussed over siiu'o tho successful link
ing of tho eastern and western
hemispheres, may recoive a now im
petus from tho results of tho sound
ings mado by tho government steam
or Albatross between California and
tho Sandwich islands. Tho Senate
voted last year in favor of subsidiz
ing a cablo to Hawaii, but tho House
rejected tho moasuro, though both
bodies subsequently pioVidod a small
appropriation for apuparatory sur-
xoy of tho route, which lias now been
completed by tho Albatross. Tho
report shows that while no extended
plateau, like that ousting in the
Atlantic son-floor, ovists in the "Paci
fic, and that tho changes of level are
often abrupt and considerable, yet
it is practicable to select a route for
a submarine cable, presenting no in
superable difficulties. Tho condi
tions along the inshore portions of
tho route, especially on the southern
coast ot California, are reported to
bo favorable, and as that portion of
tho coast lies nearest to Honolulu,
it is probable that any cablo laid
would start from that quaitor. In
deed, in the matter of distance to
tho Hawaiian group an American
cablo would havo a decided ad an
tago over tho proposed British line
to run from Victoria, in British
Columbia, though tho latter could
doubtless depend upon a subsidy,
with a viow to ultimate OKtension to
Australia or Now Zealand.
Prior to tho investigations made
by tho United States steamer Tnv
carora and tho British ship Challen
ger, in 187-1 and 187i, comparatively
littlo was known of tho bed of tho
Pacific, though it was generally be
lieved to bo much less iinovei than
that of the Atlantic, and its -waters
much shallower. But tho soundings
made proved that throughout a great
area it was deopor, for while in the
North Atlantic tho depth between
Newfoundland and Fiance nowhere
exceeded twenty-four hundred fa
thoms, tho average depth of the
North Pacific, in tho latitude of Ho
nolulu, was three thousand fathoms.
These figurosSaro apparently con
firmed by tho soundings taken by
tho Albatross, tho average depth
over an extended area ranging f 10111
twonty-soven hundred to three thou
sand fathoms, with a maximum depth,
in longitude 137 degrees, of thirty
two hundred fathoms. On tho re
turn voyage from Honolulu, the Al
batross mado a second series of
soundings, though, so far as known,
without material change of results,
but it is not improbablo that should
any commercial company decide to
lay a cable, other surveys might re
sult in finding a still more practica
Tho chief obstaclo in tho way of
such an enterprise will bo that the
Atlantic cables alrencty supply tele
graphic communication between this
country, Australia, China and Japan,
with the lattor two of which tho
proposed cablo would, of course, bo
expected ultimately to connect.
Moreover, the gain in point of time
would bo of little importance, while
in so long and costly a cablo as that
crossing the Pacific, the rates for a
time at least would necessarily havo
to bo high. A serious dilliculty in
tho completion of an American cablo
to Japan would also bo encountered
in tho deou depression oxtondinir
along tho eastern shores of Asia and
Japan, a difficulty which in the case
of tho British lino would bo avoided
bjT proceeding from Hawaii south of
tho equator to Now Zealand. Doubt
less, however, this obstaclo could lie
overcome, as it would hao to bo if
tho lino proved remunerative, for tho
trade with Hawaii alone would hard
ly warrant tho laying of a cablo to
stop at that point; and if a company
can bo found willing to risk its capi
tal iu tho enterprise, there seems to
bo no insuperable dilliculty in the
way of construction.
Eastern and Western Churchos.
Rome, Aug. 11). Tho Popo hns ap
pointed Mgr. Cszacka Pro fee', of the
Archives in tho Vatican anc1 Coad
jutor to Mgr. Porsico, secretary to
His Holiness has oidored re
searches made in all the documents
bearing upon tho reunion of tho
Eastern and "Western chinches, Ho
is preparing an important document
which will announce tho initiative
programino for this reconciliation.
The Vatican has boon pained to find
the Triplo Alliance powers opposed
Tho negotiations between tho
King of tho Bolgians and tho Vati
can on tho ecclesiastic administra
tion of Congo havo boon concluded.
Tho Sooioty of Jesus has been
charged with tho important mission
of introducing civilization into Cen
uninformed as to Mr. Hill's inten
tions concerning his support of
Cleveland, but they havo thoir sus
picions. There is no olTort at con
cealment of tho impression that ho
will not do anything for tho party
beyond merely casting his vote for
tho straight Democratic ticket, un
less Mr. Cleveland humbles himself
and makes terms. It is said hero
that the suggestion that Senator Hill
would like an offer of the position of
Secretary of Stato in case of Clove-
land's election does not quite hit tho
What he wants, it is said, is to bo
in a position to either take it him
self or bestow the Secretaryship of
tho Treasury. It is really doubtful
whether ho would caie to hold office
under Cleveland; but ho wants
Cleveland to acknowledge his power
in New York and to give him such
recognition during tho campaign
and afterward as would enable him
to dictate for New York during tho
administration and hao control of
tho machine at its close.
It is said that ho will not take oft"
his coat and go into the campaign
unless he gets satisfactory promises,
and the chances of his getting such
promises aie very slim, sinco tho
foundation of tho support of Clove
land by tho most devoted of his fol
lowers is tho antagonism between
him-elf and Hill. For Cleveland to
make 0113- advance to Hill, it is
claimed, would bo for him to sacri
fice tho support of a multitude of
mugwumps. However anxious ho
may uo to placate 11111 it is noiti
that ho cannot afford to surrender
Rnyal llawwian Opersi llonse
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Sorios of Interesting Incidents in
Dramatized mid adapted for the Ptnge by
1). SI. Chowi.vv, to he presented In HugU-di
by a company of Native Hiiwnllnns
On SATURDAY EYENING, October 16th,
Will bo produced a Molo-drnnm In
Two Acts, untitled:
"The "Wooing of Kuala!"
Mta Rule hair, ANHEUSER-BUSCH
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Chief of Kohala
A Chief of Lanai
Father of Knnln
A Chief of Oiihu
Tho Flower of Lanai
Friend of Knnln
Daughter of Knlninn
Queen of Kamchntiieha
Soldiorsj Kahili Boarers, Attendants, Etc.
Sceno: Lanal and Oalni; Period 1795.
A Musical Interlude by the Company.
"A Night at tho Great Volcano of Kilauca I "
Showing 15 Views of L.irthN Infeino.
To conclude with u Drainntie Or.itorio in
One Act, entitled:
" Kapiolanl Defying the Goddess Pele ! "
Characten by the Goinpiny.
C A --et of Kealistle Scenen bus been
specially designed mid painted by Piiuf.
l'ui'i'Hi'tiir for these, repiescnt.ition".
Usual Prices of Admission.
8f-'lio l'lnn will be open at lcvej's
on Mondav, Oct. loth, at !l o'clock A. i.
Election of Officers.
- FULL 1.1 ND OP -
At prices which we established on
commencing CASH ltusincss.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 Tor 25 Cents.
ttf See onr Fine Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
BREWERS OF FIME BEER
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops I
aG?No Corn or Com Piep'iiations used in plnee of Malt, as Is done bj other Last
cm Hiewerlc, in older to cheapen the cost ot thi'ir Uei", and to rtimpetewlth.Jnir
woild-ienowned and instb famed in tlele.
u - h -t . .,.- - - - "
gj&- fan iir
mc inn floods befoic biij
Lust but not lost
Outrage on American Missionaries.
"Washington, Aug. 19. Tho Secre
tary of Stato lo-day received a cable
gram from tho United States Chargo
d'Aflairosat Constantinople inform
ing him that tho house of Dr. Bart
lett, tho Amoiicnii liii&sioiiar at
"Bom dour, in tho Province, of Konia,
Abia Elinor, had been destroyed and
tho lives of tho missionaries thero
woio in danger. Ho believes that if
prompt action is not taken tho mis
sionary cause and tho lives of tho
missionaries will bo in serious danger
in other places. Tho building of
Dr. Bartlotl's residonco was origin
ally stopped 13T tho local authorities
and permission to complete tho same
was refused unless Dr. Bartlett would
furnish a bond or guarantee neither
to hold religious worship nor in
struel children on tho premises. Tho
legation applied to tho, Sublime
Poi to for such permission, claiming
that tho treat' rights of tho Ameri
cans extended not only to tho pur
chaso of land, but to tho enjoyment
of tho .same. A permit was finally
granted by tho Sultan, and it ap
pears that immediately after tho re
ceipt of tho permit by tho local
authorities the houso was burned.
Secret ary Foster promptly cabled
tho Chaigo d'AfFairestomako urgent
demand for effective protection, in
demnity, punishment of guilt' par
ties and to reprimand tho authori
ties if found remiss. The United
States cruisers Nowark and Benning
ton, now on the way to Genoa, will
bo ordeied to tho vicinity of tho
outrago to support this demand.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THL AD.TOUKNK1) ANNUAL
Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Olowalu Company held Aug. - 18!) J, at
the olllee of V. 0. Irwin .t Co., (L'd), th
follow me Ulllceis were re-eleotcil to servo
during the ensuing year:
W. n. Irwin .
W. II. Oillurd
no mid ok liuti.cToits:
AV. G". Iiwin, K. W. Mncfarlane and
W. M. G1FFARD,
ClO-lw Secretary pro tem.
A I. Mini. VAItll.TY oi -
Novels & Popular Bound Books.
Beware of Imitations!
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A t Tin: adjourned annual
ne of tho Stockholders of the
Waiohinu Agricultual A: (iialng Co. held
this day, the following Olhcers were elected
for the ensuing year:
President .. linn. W. 0. it win,
Vice-President. .Mr. .1. M. Monsarr.it,
it . .Hon. 0. P. Inukcn,
Auuitot .. Hon. AW M.Oillnrd.
"W. fl. Irwin, J. M. Monsarrnt, 0. P.
Inukcn, J. Kauhane, J. 1). P.uis.
C. P. IAUKLA,
Secretary V. A. & (!. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, lb'U ftOO-lm
ELECTION" OF OFFICERS!
AT THI1 ANNUAL JILP.TINO OKTHL
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
held the .'list ult.. the following iientlenien
were elected tooilico for the ensuing jear,
Hon, Chas. 11. ISishop.. President,
F. A. Schaefer . Vite-Presidcnt,
J. 11. Atherton . J. & '
I10A11I) OK A!!MTItTI0N':
T. IS. Walkei, H. F. Glade, J. 0. Carter,
C. M. Cooko, F. A. Schaefer.
J. 15. ATHKHTON,
ELECTION of OFFICERS.-
I CAUTION the Public against the oller
ings of "Xoiinal .snnil.irj .lacgei
Underwent" advertised b unsciupuluiis
houses to mislead the public. The
Genuine Normal Santa
H. F. WICHMAN
IS SHOWING A
' BEAUTIFUL LINE
Wow so Popular
AND AT 1'KIOKS WHICH YOU WILL
CONSIDKIS KXOKKDINGLY LOW
FOlt SUCH HIGH G1SADK GOODS.
II. F. WICHMAN
T. 1'. ST.V1 m.V.
A. W. 110I.ST1 li.
Foit st.. oyer F. Gertz's Shoe Store.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT YIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such as Natives Making Poi Grass Houses
Hawaiian Stylo Hiding Hulubula
Dancera Coeoanut Groves Palm
and Date Groves Street Views
and Buildings "War Vessels
Shipping and Marino
Views, i:tc, Ktc.
Also n Largo Collection of all Prominent
and Interesting Views of tho Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
t& Cannot he purchased there, but
only at my Stoic.
For the Hawaiian Islands of Dr. iiied. G.
.Ineger's S.mitaiy Underwear.
FINE CANDIES !
Perhaps She's for Hawaii.
Tort Tow n bond, Wash., Aug. 21.
Tho ruinous Muuggling schoonor
Halcyon sailed from Victoria last
night with 2.190 pounds of opium
and (50 Chineso on board. An agent
of (ho Tioasury Department who
had tho vessel under surveillanco for
hoveral days reported tho facts to
tho authoiities at Washington, D. C,
and orders havo been issued by tho
Treasury Department notifying all
revenue ollii'ors on tlio Pacific Coast
to lie on the alert to intercept tho
vessel. Tlio crow is supplied with
liiearins and ammunition and tlio
supposed destination of tho vessel is
tlio Oregon or California coast. Tho
opium caigo is valued at $30,000,
and if tho cruiso is successful a pro
lit of SIO.OOO will bo realized. Tho
Halcyon is tho fleetest yacht on tho
Pacific Coast, and the customs olli
cers legaid tlio task of overhauling
hor as very dangerous and prophesy
bloodshed if it bo attempted.
A T THi: ANNUAL MLKTING OF THK
xl Stockholders of the Hoik
Company hold this day, the following
Otlicers were elected for the ensuing jear:
President . . Tom May,
Treasurer . .Geo. 11. Hobertson,
Secretary . A. 0. Lovekin,
Auditor . . F. Wiindcnberg,
I .1. O. Cartel
Directors .... J it
(Win. 0. llrash.
A. (!. I.OVLICIN,
Secietary Honoinu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, IK'L'. l!U-lm
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Old Rags Wanted.
Glean white rags, suit ablo fof band
ages, uro wanted lor use at tho 13ishop
Jfoino and tho Hoys' Homo, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. King up 281
Mutual tolophono, and they will bo
bout for; or leave tho bamo at tho
ofllco of tho J3onrd of Health, or al
J, T. Watorhouso'a, Quoon street,
Take Good Care of tho Children.
If you havo childion you will bo
interested in tho oxporionco of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
J 11, Ho says: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very severe and dangerous
attacks of bloody ilux. The doctor
hero was unable, after a week's time,
to check or relieve either case, 1
throw the doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Uemody. Im
provement was seen very soon and
my children arose in a fow days
from what 1 feared would bo thoir
deathbed, It is a grand, good medi
cine." Por sale by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
The Powor of the Pross.
"How did you know so quickly
that ho is a reporter?"
"Because ho is acting in such a
patronizing way towaid all tho groat
men who aro here." Pack,
AT THK ANNUAL MKKTINC. OF
the Stockholders of tho HANALKI
SUGAR MILL COMPANY, held this day.
thu following Ollieurs weio elected for the
ensuing ciu :
President Ohas. L. Carter, Ksq.
Vice-President,. . Hon. .1. N. S. AVIlllams
Secretary . . .1. 0. Carter
Treasurer.. Geo. II. Itobortson
Auditor . J. O. Carter
Who are also Directors of thu Company.
.1. 0. 0A1STKH,
Secretary II, S. M. Co.
Honolulu, July IS, W)l. 471-m
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SKPAISATK 8KALF1) PROPOSALS
will bo received at thoolllcoofC.il,
Ripley, Architect, RooiiiSSpreckclsHloek,
until a o'clock i m., on tho 10th dav of
September, 1NU, and opened Iiiimedliiiely
thereafter, for all the labor and material
required for the Foundation, Mason Work,
Carpenter Work, Plumbing, Plastering,
Painting and Klcctrio Work, on tho Now
Masonic lliiildiug to lio erected ut tho cor
ner of Alakea and Hotel streets, In accoid
nnco with the draw lugs ami hpeeilleatlons
now on HIo at tho Aiohitett's ollico, conies
of which may he had on application. The
Hiiilding Committee ic-urvo tho right to
reject any or all bids.
0. li, RIPLKY,
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish toinformthe Public of Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
Islands that they have seemed the
sei vices of Mr. Chailes Ludwigscn,
an expert Candy Maker of long ex
perience, and who is paiticul.uly
familiar with tho tastes of all loveis
Having recently made gic.it im
provcinentsand added new machin
ery to ourextonsive Candy Facloiy,
wo aro now better able than eci
before to silpplj the public with
High Grade Confections of Unsui
passcd Quality and Stiktly Pino
and Wholesiimu .Material. Our
motto will alwajs lie
"Mir now cin:i', mi r nun noon"
can we make the Caudles,
Youis, anxious to please,
HART ,v CO.
Kl.ITK Il'K Cm M Paiii oits
AN1 CNlll Fl l(l,
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity : C kettles every 24 hours, G,000 Barrels, r 1,800,00(1
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn oi Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
nost irJiolesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
' 'XnnualShuu'inc Capaptv : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Ariiirusi n-l!us ii Co. have carried oir the Highest Honois and thej.Hightst
Class Gold Medals whciovei they have competed. At all of tho International Inhibi
tions tlnoiigliont the woild theii Beer Kxcelkd All Othoisl
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made up to Order at the most Reasonable
ISates in Honolulu.
Cabinets SG and 85 a Dozed.
IGlil P. O. llox 19S tf
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co.
Vin. G. Iiwin, - President and Manager
Clans Bpreekels, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. Gillard, - Secretary and Treasui or
Tlico. C. I'oitcr -----'- Auditor
This Com) my have pi eparcd a Special llrand of their Highest Gi.ulo Ilccr foi the
Hawaiian Islands, known as ".SPI'.CIAL ItllLW," with a handsome label and in White
bottles, wliiili, witli tlieir best "LXPOltT AXULUSLR" in Daik P.ottles, heietofoie
inipoited, we will now supply to the Tiado in Quantities to Suit.
G. W. MACFAKLANE & CO.,
Aconts for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marino
o. J". 3vt:oC!-Ajr,t:b:"2
(.N'liW MlM.UriK BLOCK, MKKCHANT hTHKKr)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
AXY HUSINKSS r.NTKUSTLI) TO ML WILL HLGLIVL IMiOMPT ATTENTION.
AOLNTS OP THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK SAX FUAXOISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
.T.O.Carter President and Manager
G. II. ItobcrUon ,. ... Treasurer
L. K. Bishop Secretary
W.K.Allen .. .Auditor
Hon. O. It. liislioi)
S.C.Allen .. V Directors
H.Watei house.. .
The Best Lunch in Town.
G. IRWIN & CO. fire,
Ol'I'T.lt kou sali:
Al.l.X. CIlOSH .V M,S'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
Hkii. Tri.. 101, -&i-MitruAi.Tiii.. 81.
CV Hi MimiAOK Jtri i, Tit. yiiy, -i&i
( tHAHLLS LKOXAUD IJLOS TO IN
J form his friendu and the puhllo that
ho hiu opened the Carriago Stand, loinur
of Xnuaiiitand King Btrcelu, to he called the
"I. X. L. OARRIAQE COMPANY,"
where .Special ltates will ho made for Tou
rist and Pienio Parties to all places of in
toiest; also Careful Driven provided for La
dies calling or shopping. The undersigned
hopes hy strict attention to husiuess to
gain custom and favor hy all.
tW Carriage furnished ntall hours, day
r night, also llagguge Kxpress.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Etna Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co.,
OK SAN KHAXOIHCO, CAL.
Retiring from Business
OUIt UXTIltN STOCK.
Must be Sold by January i, 1893.
Wo will Commence, Selling Out
Next Saturday, Sept, 3, 1
We me also prep.ued to tsiko oiders for
Messrs, KT. Olilcuadt 8c Co.'s
Insuilng prompt deliyeiy.
AT ALL I10U11S.
THE FTNEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS OX HAND.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
81 KING ST.
And will continue until the Whole
Ktock is disponed of.
STORE TO LET!
JiXrTURES FOR SALE I
Tho Leading Millinery House, cor. Koi
KWJ and Hotel stieuts. lw
ltf This is it superior Paint Oil. con
suming less pigment than Lliisccd Oil, and
giving a lasting lnilllaucy lo colon.
Usui with diluis it gives a splendid llooi
Fail-bank Canning Co.'s Corned Beof
I'MIAI 1IM5 1'1NT (0,'S
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamol & Ever
I'speelully designed foi Yaeiium Pans,
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashiro Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine In3. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G-. J. "Waller,
HTJSTACE & CO.,
DILVLKltS IX -
C. 0. BERGER
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand.
wo will bell at the Very Lowv'at
Maiiict ltates for Dash.
TELEPHONE Mutual t9
A KULLBP.T OK
IV nlture as it .standb.
General Ay out for Hawaiian Islands.
Messrs. Kimj Hrag.ntv shoivhiy uflne
line of lUtmboo uiul otlur style Parlor
liuHfh, Wull HruoMs, and Window
Cornices, at Pi ices to meet (he limes,
andb. The Lease of
the Piemibcs No. ILi Koit street, is also
ollered for dibjioiul, Kurtlier particulars
oil application lo
I'IS-tf On the iiremlses.
Q 1IOJI8K l'OWUK UPKIOHT DAXTKH"
& Lngiiiu and lioiler, in good working
order. For particulars or terms nimly.to the
. . w. .