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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 6, 1885.
ro re it 11 OHice 'o!ioe.
1IW Majesty the King has received an auto
graph letter from His Majesty the King of Slana,
of which the following Ma translation ;
Somdetch Phra Paramindr, Maha Cbulaloukom
Phra'ChuU Cboni Klao, King of Slam, both
Northern ami Southern, and all its Dependencies,
f-ao Chiang, Lao Kao, Malays, Kareans, etc.,
To Hi Majesty Kalakaua, King ot the Ha
waiian Inlands :
Greatly Beloved Friend: It is witl deep grief
that we have learned from our Majesty's auto
graph letter of April 27th last the sad tilling s of
the death of Her Majesty the Dowager Queen
Emma Ka!eleonalani, relict of Ills late Majesty
King Kaiuehameha IV.
Yflur MaJ'.-sty rightly presumes that we deeply
sympathize with the grief which You, Your
Itoyal Family and the faithful Uawallaus feel,
and we can only hope that the Power which hi
Supreme in the Universe will assuage the sorrow
of such sad a bereavement. We sincerely recipro
cate the wishes which you have formed for our
welfare and that of Our Itoyal House, and we
truit that the Supreme Kuler of the Universe will
grant to Your Majesty a long and prosperous
Given at Our Paiace Chakri Maha Prasad h this
1 Hit day of the waxing of the lunar m ntu Utt.tr
aialha, in the year P.aka, 7th of the Cycle 1247 of
the Siamese Kra, corresponding with the 2 Ith July,
1 , tho 6100th day and 13 th year of Our reign,
Alliolanl Uale, October 5, HS5. 212-dJfcwlt
Department of Finance.
Honolulu, October 3, 1M5.
The following persons have been commissioned
as Tax Collectors for 18j:
HilO - F. PA HI A
Puna ...ED. KEKOA
Kau 1 ED. SMITH
South Kona ...-D. H. NAllISU
North Koua J- K. N'AUALE
.South Kohala GEO. BELT,
North Kohala J. W. MOANAULI
Hamakua ...... .J. K. KAUNAMANO
I,ahaliia. -A. KAUKAU
Walluku..; GEO. E. RICHARDSON
Makawao J. KAMAKKLK
Haua J. KAMA I
Molokal and Lannl J. NAKALKKA
Honolulu O. H. LUCE
Kwa and Walanae . J. P. KAMA
Wal.itua JESSE AM A HA
Koolauloa J. M. K A U A II I K A U A
Kooiaupoko -A. KU
LIhue K A LA EON E
Kawaihau JOANE KEAWE
Hanalei . B. PALOHAU
Wairuea E. I.. KAUAI
Niihau J. KAUAI
CHAM. T. OULICK,
Act'n.f M ni .tfr of Finance.
239 (1 oct" w oct20
The Board of Immigration pro
poses to make arrangements for
the further importation of
Japanese immigrants int this
Kingdom and would request that
all parties desirous of procuring
the service of such contract labor
will forward their applications to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co. the duly
appointed Agents of tho Board
for Japanese Immigration.
It is requested that these appli
cations be sent in without delay
and that the parties ordering
state as definate as possible what
their requirements will be for the
next six months, so that the nec
essary arrangements can be made
for the introduction of these
C1IAS. T. GULICK.
Mi nister of Interior and President
Bureau of Immigration.
Interior Office, Aug. 21, 1885.
Am bit Hope, 1 B p Penhallow, from Port
Townseud, W T
Am Maggie C Buss, Peterson, from Rock- 1
Am brgtne Consuelo, K B Cousins, from San 1
For Maunaolu, Kahulul, Haiku, and Kauca
kakal, per steamer IJkelike, October ith: Wm G
Irwin. Mind Alice K Hauapl, Hon O Wlldf-r, t O
Nakayama, R W Meyers. L A Thurston. Prof W
D Alexander, E D Baldwin, W H Bailey, M E
Sylva, A Moore, and about 0 deck passengers.
The steamer Kilauea Hou sails at nocn to
morrow for Haouakua ports.
The schooner Mile Morris was hove down at the
old Custom House wharf, October 5th, to be
The schooner Domitila will come along-iide the
old Custom House wharf this morning to take in
sugar for Koolau.
The bark Hope and the tern Maggie C. Ruts
have been repainted.
The pile driver and the steam dredger were
both at work at the Oceanic Steamship Company's
dock, October 5th.
The steamer Planter takes this afternoon two
rollers to Hanamaulii .Sugar Plantation and one
roller to Koloa Sugur Plantation, Kauai.
The landing at Koloa, Kauai, has been widened
by four feet. This will enable two boats to land
the 100 tons machinery. Including rollers aud
double wffects, for a new maceration process ex.
peeled to arrive by the steamship Mariposa next
Thursday. The steamer Planter will transfer
them to Kauai on her next trip.
Both the steamers Likelike ami James I. how.
xett sailed at 5 p. tn , October "th. They will have
a trial of speed to Kaunakakai, Molokal.
The schooner Walehu brought ICS bags rice
from Kauai, October 5th.
The brlgantine Consuelo. having finished dis
charging her cargo, was shifted Into the stream
October 6tb. She received sugar from the
The bark Willie McLaren U now loadiug coal at
Newcastle, New South Wales, for Messrs. Wilder
& Co. of this city.
On Monday morning His Majesty the
King entertained at breakfast, at Iolani
Palace, Captain Arthur II. Alington,
Lieutenant W. I. V. Hudson, Navigating
Lieutenant II. W. Saville and Sub-Lieutenant
John F. Lea, of II. B. M. S. Sat
ellite. Those present, in addition to the
royal host and his guests, were: His
Kxcellency J. O. Dominis, Governor of
Oahu and Maui; Honorable A. S. Cleg
horn ; Colonel C. H. Judd, Ilia Majesty's
Chanitjerlain, and Colonel E. V. Purvis,
His Majesty's Vice Chamberlain. The
Royal Hawaiian Band was in attendance.
.Sir John G. Millais is the first English
painter who has received a baronetcy,
although a number have been knighted.
Benjamin West declined knighthood be
cause he coveted a baronetcy, and Ed
win Itndseer declined a baronetcy
because he coveted a peerage, which he
would have received had a certain matri
monial arrangement been carried out.
11ihm !' Hie Mimhi Dunns Oclober,
D. H. M.
.. 7 ! 00 r. M.
r- Nettlus r ! Sum.
j-hesiiu rises to-morrow morning, at 5:."2 o'clock,
i ll" sun s.-is this eveniinr at .r:-:t. o'i-lck.
l'OUT OF HONOLULU, II. 1.
Mon OA v, October 5.
Mimr Kapiolani, from Ewa
Ncbr Waiehu, from Kauai
DKI AltT V Kl "
Movdat, October 5.
etmr Likelike, L.oreDen, for Kahulul, at 4 p m
' stmr Mokolii, McUreeor, for Molokal. at 5 p m
stmr James I Dowsett, Smith, for Molokal, at
Kcnr Marah and Klia, for Koolau
Schr Caterina, for NV'aimanalo
chr Mokuola, for Ewa
Vewsel LravliU Till Iy.
Stmr Kluan, King, for Maul and Hawaii, at i
P "tmr Iwalaui, Freeman, for Hamakua, Hawaii,
tuirVlanter, Cameron, for Kauai, at 5 p in
Kinir Walmanalo, for Walmanalo
Am tern Maggie C Russ, Peterson, for Port
'lowiisend. W T
Schr DomlUla, for Koolau
schr Uainbow. fdr Koolau
schr Kob Koy, lor Koolau
w-hr Mile Morrls.-for Ewa
khrMaua, for Honomu and Laupahoenoe
Schr Walehu, for Kauai
fSchr Waioli, for Hilo
.MflM KxiKetert from Forelsu 1'orts
Writ bark LUxie lredale, from Glasgow, due
Km bark Martha Davis, F B Benson, from ew
York via Boston, due October 2530
Aiu schr Courtney Ford, Watson, from Port
Towusend, W T, due Aug 30th
'vorwegUtn bark Lovesprlng, Thompson, from
NBntYbkkCmfea,mves, from Liverpool, due
Jltm"lbk Aldeu Bessie, from Portland, Oregon,
V?C Bremen, due
Am'bktne AmeUa, W Xewhall, from Port
lr'um San Krancsco,
dUAnKkmU,EuSrekt-!7e.from San Francisco,
" BriasU bYrk Lly Uarwood.from Hongko..g.due
00Usrrt"Mariposa (Am) Hayward, from Saa
Francisco, due October 8
rOBEIi-V VESSEIJ IN POUT."
i t., Kureka J Ie, ttunx San Francis-o
ClJrI B M S Satellite, Allingtou, from Esqui
mrU bt JPer, Joues, from Liverpool
Honokaa, Hawaii, October 1st. .
Last Tuesday night some jierson or
persons unknown entered the ottice of
the Hamakua mill by the window and
attempted to open the safe by cutting
away the front of it with a chisel, but
finding the safe was rather too much for
them to manage they were forced to eon
tent themselves with some $14, which
they found in a drawer of a table. For
tunately they did not disturb the peace
ful slunilers of the watchman close at
The first of a series of monthly con
certs came off last Saturday evening at
the Honokaa .Lyceum, and was well at
tended. Kilauea, Kauai, Octo1er 3d.
After a prolonged dry sjell Oetoler
opened with a heavy rainfall, which
cheered the heart of every pessimist on
the island. In a sugar point of view
the sweetest view one can take on a
plantation this gift of the God of Plu
vius was equal to a ton and a half to the
acre. These fine calculations can only
be made by an expert, and though said
to be based on experience, sometimes
show that figures can lie. As a keen ob
server of nature and an unexperienced
raiser of cane, I can vouch for the in
creased greenness of vegetation in gen
eral, and an almost visible return of
compatibility ot temper to the soured
mind of the planter.
A little jollification was provided last
evening by Messrs. Campbell and Alex
ander, the doctor and the schoolmaster,
at which there was a large and genial
gathering. The departure of Mr. II. L.
Auerbach from the post of 1ook-keeper
to the Kilauea Sugar Company had to
le recognized, and the hosts did full jus
tice to the important occasion. After
fifteen months' faithful service in the
employ of the K. S. Co., Mr. A. leaves
to engage in business in Honolulu. His j
friends, who are legion in this district,
part witli him with regret, and hope for
his future success.
During the past twelve months con
siderable work has been done on the
Kauai roads, but one cannot help noticing
that the greater portion of the work is
in the locality where the lload Super
visor resides. It is a fact that there are
a great many bad places, but there is no
earthly reason why such should be the
case. These mild remarks on our rocky
roads ought to wake up the servant of
the public, or there will be a roaring
growl when tax-paying day comes round,
i m m
Reports from Suifnr Prodiirlu Coun
tries. Java Crop. Estimates of crop are fur
ther reduced, some parties estimating
300,000 tons, against 400,000 last yeai.
Beet Crop. Mr. Licht's September
estimate gives the crop as 2,070,000
tons, against 2,525,000 last sea
son. The weather of September has
much influence on this crop, and so far
appears to have varied considerably.
Cable advices report crop late, and mak
ing very little progress, and maintain
former estimated shortage of 750,000 tons.
Louisiana Crop. Grinding is expected
to begin about October 5th, and the
promise now is of a crop rather in excess
of last year's.
Trinidad, Aug. 22d. The weather has
not yet changed, and the drouth con
tinues almost unabated.
Mauritius, Sept. 3dv Cable reiorts
bad weather for harvesting the sugar
crop. Supplies are small, and a good
demand exists for shipment to Bombay.
Cuba,Sept. 12th. Stock in Havana and
Matanzas, 50,1G4 tons, and stock remain
ing in entire island, September Mb, was
77,010. Complaints are made from sev
eral districts of damage by drouth to the
Philippine Islands. Cable advices to
September 14th show 87,400 tons had
sailed for the United States since Janu
ary 1st, against 54,223 for the United
States same time last year. Fifty-four
thousand five hundred and ninety-two
tons are now afloat for the United States,
against 24,3S5 tons at same time last
OVEK THREE WEEKS AGO, ON BEHE
tania street, below Nuu&qu Avenue, m
BI.ACK AND TAN IKKi. Owner can hare the
same by proving and paring expenses.
Or to Mil. TESTA, at the Board of Health
Olhce. 243-lt -
Chamber Opera and Concert
Comprising the well-known Renowned Artists:
MISS LOUISA PARKER Prima Deoa Soprano.
M IX K. ANNA P.OSSETTA,) Prima Dona
MI.LK. EMMA HOPF. J Contralto.
Mil. CH AS. THROWER Tenore de Oratia.
SIO. A. FARINI Baritone aud Solo Pianist.
MR. H . HCGHES Basso Prof undo.
If ERR F. HEHOLI Conductor and Pianist.
HONOLULU MUSIC HALL.
A Series of Operas, Commencing
October 23, 1885.
Box plan for sale of season ticket seats opens
FRIDAY MORNING, October tb. at precisely
o'clock, and continues until the lDVn.
On October 20th, box plan opens for the first
concert, for sale of single tickets.
Call on the undersigned at once and subscribe
your name to the concerts of tbe finest opera
company that ever visited this Kingdom.
REMEMBER! SIX CONCERTS AND ONE
Evenings of Friday, October 2-'ld; Saturday, October
24th; Monday, October 20th; Tuesday, October
27th; Wednesday, October 28th; Thursday, Octo
ber 2'Jth. MATINEE Wednesday, October 28th.
SSCALE OF PRICES:
SEASON TICKETS (lor series) flu 00
SINGLE RESERVED TICKETS 2 00
RESERVED Front Row. Upstairs Balcony- 2 00
GENERAL. ADMISSION. Balcony 1 00
GALLERY .:. W)
' Remember, all should subscribe at once for
season tickets. Don't forget that tbe box plan
opens Friday morning, October 9th, at office of
J. E. WISEMAN,
223se2!Hf Manager Music Hall.
You can buy the lest
Tweed or Cashmere Suits.
The Pest Working
Pants or Working Suits.
The best of everything in the
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
You can get the Nicest and Best Fitting
Youths' and Boys' Clothing
Ever offered here, and at
Prices that will Please You.
gX"! invite inflection of my Elegant
Stvlish Custom-Made Clothing.
A black and tan
dog adrertided as
New York Life Insurance Co.
ORGANIZED IN 1845 PURELY MUTUAL.
Tbe Company tliat Originated tbe 'ou-Frfeirure Feature f Life luonraure
Surplus, Over - - -
Annual Ineme -
Ineome from Interest In 14 .-.
Death Ixxites Paid Jn 184. -
Excess of Receipts, 616,213 (Larger than auy other Company).
Deatb Ie Paid Here Daring: Iat Year,- -
Insurance In Foree on these Island, over-
THK NEW YOKK LIKE issues every variety of sound Insurance, liuhuiii.c Ordinary IJfe.
Limited Payment Life, Endowment Policies, Tontine Investment, and Son-Forfeiting: Limited
Tontine Polifle. In all of these claaa adTaniaeeoua terms are offered.
The Nfwi-Forfeitlne Limited Tontine Policies Issued by this Company offer renter adrantages than
those offered by any other Cuiupany. It is virtually an Endowment Polioy, at the ordinary IJfe
rates, and offer at the termination of the respective Tontine periods the following options to such of
the insured as have lived and have kept their policies in force :
First To apply the accumulated dividend to tbe purchase of an annuity on the person whose life is
Becoud To continue the policy for tbe original amount, or withdraw In cajth the accumulated divi
dend apportioned by the Company to the policy.
Third To withdraw in cash the entire equity (that is, the reserve and accumulated dividends af
portioned by tbe Company to tbe policy).
Fourth To convert the entire equity Into paid-up policy, w ithout participation In profits.
Fifth To convert the entire equity Into a Life Annuity upon said person whoe life is insured.
For full particulars, rates, etc., apply to
C. O. BEEGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
This Space Beserved for
-N. S. SACHS'
Announcement of NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS,
Which he has gone to the Coast to purchase, returning by the
B. P. EHLEES & CO.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
Honolulu Til. I.
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods Received by
HOLLISTEE & CO.
Have been appointed agents for the Ilawaiiau Islands for
BARRY'S PAIN RKLIEF,
REUTERS LIFE SYJiUP
ALSO AGENTS FOR 1I0YT S GERMAN COLOGNE,
CIIEESEBOROUGH VASELINE COMPANY,
-PAUKE, DAVIS & CO.'S FLUID EXTRACTS, PILLS, ETC., ETC.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
IIv completed and offer for sale the lollowlns: Boiler, vlx:
1 PAIR COMPOUND STEEL BOILERS SKSK
1 Combination Boiler, 12 ft. x 5 ft. 6 in.
1 Combination Steel Boiler, 12 ft. x 1 ft, also
1 Second-Hand Tubular Boiler, 12 ft. x 4 ft.
io5-je27-m Apply to Tlio Honolulu Iron Works Co.
M. A. GONSALVES & CO.
Are now receiving fortnightly from the
Coast a Complete line of
Which they offer for sale at LOWEST MARKET
RATES, and Guarantee every articla
A Fine Assortment of Wines, Etc,
On band, and to arrive per "JUPITER,
now due. A Select lot of
Choicest Madeira Wines.
M. A. Gonsalves & Co.,
T. J. SPENCE,
SPECIAL AG EXT FOR
The Michigan Portrait Co.,
Producers of the Finest Grade of India Ink
Water Color. Crayon and Pastel Portraits. Head,
quarters at King Bros., Hotel street, HONOLULU,
IROM ONE TO FIVE YEARS, THE PREJI
? ises situated at Kaiihl, adjoining Mrs. Beck
ley's. Tbe house is 18x24, with every accommo
dation. There is about four acres of land fenced
in with stone wall. Terms very easy. Apply to
Deputy Marshal Dayton, at the Police ."Station,
from whom all particulars can be obtained.
JULES TA VERNIER.
Studio: Room 6, Spreckels Block.
HOURS: 3 to 5 p. m.
TEMPLE f)F FASHION.
Nos. 01, and 05 Fort Street.
YSV Haw Roieivoa by LAST STEAMER
A Ycry Large Stock of Cloth in
Direct from the East, and manufactured expressly for this Climate.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR
Youths", Boys' ami Children's Clothing.
The Best Assortment at the LOWEST TRICES.
BOYS LINEN SUITS. BOYS' LINEN SUITS. BOYS' LINEN SUITS
The largest and Most Perfect Stock of
JVIaniafactiared "Wliite Goods
That has ever leen nhown in this City.
LADIES', MISSES', CHILDRENS' AND INFANTS' WEAR
-At Reduced 3?rices.
Great Bargains, Great Bargains, in Dress Iawns.
Great Bargains, Great Bargains, in Indies' Wrajvrs.
LADIES', GENTS', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
7" We cordially invite von to call ami examine our Stock. COMPARE
OUR PRICES Wfore"iurchasing elsewhere.
S. COHN So CO.
"The requirements for a Brandy likely to be of any medical use are all present In that auppUod by
Messrs. J. K. Pellison dt Co. Vide Public Health.
TJncolorcd, Unsweetened, Pure Old Brandy.
Btttled at Cognac, tor Medicinal and Dontic Uses, as Auolyiod.
Ve call the attention of all readers to the following extract fram the AnalysU' Report and
Opinions of the Press: ,
Laboratory, Gresharn House, 24 Holboru induct, Inidon. Jr.. C.
"This brandy is a pure grape spirit, remarkably rich in fragrant eiheni; contains a larg auiouut of
tannin, derived from storing In oak. casks, which tn.parts to Hue old brandy one of its valuable medici
nal properties, and will be of the greatest value to the physician In those numerous cases where pur
French brandy Is the most useful of alt medicines. w
EDMUND It. SOUTH BY, M. R. C. H., F. C. S."
The only two quali; Vs shipped ".Seven and Ten Years Old" tan be had In one-doien cases.
FEEETH fc PEACOCK,
Sole Agents for thv Hawaiian Islands.
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
C7 and 09 llotel btrcet. 1 O. Box 2i7. Old and New Telephone, 240.
NEW HOODS JUST UEClilVED ON ICE. Fresh California Fruits. Fresh California Uisli
and a full Hue ot Fancy aud Staple Groceries. Goods delivered to nil parta of the city free of chatge
ANl SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 75 ap!6
H. E. Molntyre & Bro
IMPOKTEKS ANI TKAIEKS IN
Gri?ocexies IPro visions and 3T'eed
EAST COHNEIt FOUT AND KING STHEKTS.
New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe, rexh California
Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part tf the
city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. IVistottice Ho No. Hi
Telephone No. VS.
WM. S. AVEBSTER,
CAMPBELL BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET, - . -
Drawing, Estimates, Purveys of Boilers, Engines and Machinery made out. '
New and Second-hand Machinery of every description bought and sold. Planter and other
having such to dispose of, or requiring the same, would do well to communicate.
The following Second-hand Machinery, In good order, FOR SALE:
One 4ft x 12ft Multltublar Boiler, one Cin x Sin Portable Engine, one 14in x .IGln Slide Valve Engine,
one 6ft Vacuum I'an, with Engine and Pump complete; three &00 Galls. ClariHers, two Weston Ceu.
trifugals, one Mill 20 in. by 54 In., one Mill 20 In. by 32 In. 109 d-w oct2
J O II JNT IN O T T,
At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahuma(! Sto, Honolulu,
IMPORTER ANI DEALER IN ALL THE ITEST IMI'fiOVED
Stoves aiicL lianges,
Granite Iron Ware, Plain and Nickel-Plated ;
Tin .Ware, of all kinds;
Lamps and Lanterns
Rubber Hose ;
Galvanized Iron and Lead Pipe
Sheet Lead and Copper ;
Iron-Stono Drain Pipe.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper ami Sheet Iron Work,
Or-JALL KINDS, ATTENDE lO.
A Variety of House Kuniislng Goods, too various to rneutiou.
SAN JOSE, CAL, U. S. A,