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DEATH 0? MINISTER CARTER.
It hut. pli'ii.-c il H i i M.iji fly tin j
Council In ii'-iiiHinl
MAJOR JAM KS WILLIAM Kdli
MAJOli SAMUEL NoWLEIX,
Members of tlif Stall' of I he Governor
of the Ii-l.md of O.dm.
loluni ralnce, Nov. 1J, ls'.tl.
THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1891.
ARRIVAL OF THE ALAMEDA.
A IMenMuiit I'BMHttze ami. a JoyoiiH
Tlmc---Tlm I'hhhciiuhih UllO III'
The O. S. S. Co.'s steamer Ala
meda, Captain II. G. Morse, arrived
in port this morning from San Fran
cisco en route to Samoa and Austra
lia. The items of late news brought
by the vessel appear elsewhere in
this paper, personality of the passen
gers and the events connected with
the trip being here recounted.
The Alameda has generally been
favored by "professionals" and
sport-loving people, but the sports
were in the minoi ity this trip, the
"missionary" element being most
predominant, as indicated by the
number of "reverends" on board,
viz. : Rev. II. II. l'arker, Rev. J.
Berry, Rev. W. Morley, Rev. F. II.
Spencer, Rev. Win. Lee, and Rev.
A. C. Caughey, all but one bound
Amongst the kamaaina passengers
for this port were: Mr. J. F. Brown
and wife, Miss Josephine Deyo of
Ililo, Mr. Frank Godfrey, and Rev.
II. II. l'arker. Col. T. C. Marceau
and wife of San Francisco remain for
a brief period ; Mr. II. W. Foster
and wife remain permanently, as also
Mr. C. R. Templeion, wife and
child. Dr. J. E. Page, U. S. N.,
goes to Samoa to join the U. K S.
Iroquois ; Mr. Wyman visits the
"sunny side of Easy street" in the
Colonies as representative of the
Rothwell Brilliant Sign Co of Nia
gara Falls, N. Y. ; Miss Tesaie C.
Casey, a cultured pianist, will visit
friends in Sydney, and Mrs. Morse,
wife of the genial captain, and Mrs.
Windham, a lady friend, take the
trip for health and pleasure, return
ing by the same boat.
On the vojage a very enjoyable
entertainment was had, which added
much to the, pleasure of sailing on an
even keel. The numbers on the pro
gramme included "The Star Span
gled Banner," solo by Mr. Mc
Culsky, chorus Messrs. Marceau,
Lowri, Foster, Page, Wyman and
the audience; piano solo by Miss M.
T. Casey ; reading by Miss Jose
phine Deyo, (of Ililo) ; vocal solo,
Mr. McCulsky ; piano sulo, Mrs.
Theo. Marceau ; vocal solo, Miss
Casey; recitation, Miss Fanny Bol
ton ; piano solo, Mr. Geo. Offer ;
vocal solo, Miss Casey; recitation,
Rev. J. Berry ; quartet singing,
Messrs. Marceau, Page, Wyman and
McCulsky, Mrs. Marceau accom
panist. The finale was the rendition
of Britain's national anthem, "God
Save the Queen." Mr. George
Lowri (who with his wife goes for
ward to Melbourne to superintend
the production of the "Merry Mon
arch" operetta.) gave an original
poem which produced much laughter.
The Alameda will sail at 2 a. in.
for the South and Captain Morse and
his genllenmanly ollicers will aid in
making the passage pleasant en
THE BEAGLE MATTER.
The wives of Douglas and Bloom,
who came here and went away in the
schooner Beagle, arrived from the
Colonies by the Mariposa. G. M.
Lawrence, the officer from Sydney
who was in pursuit of the men, ar
rived from San Francisco by the
Alameda. It is learned that there
was a heavy embezzlement in Sydney,
for which two of the principals, who
failed to secure any of the money,
have been convicted and sentenced
to seven years in the penitentiary.
The names carried by the men here
were assumed. The British Commis
sioner has received duplicates ol the
photographs that have been held by
the police authorities.
I'tie Uarttirris Acid Phoxitlinti'.
Dk. Lorenzo W'aitk. PitWicld,
Mass., gays: "From ils use for it
jieriod of about eight Weeks, to the
exclusion of all other remedies, I at
tribute the restoration to health of fl
alient who was emaciated to the last
legree, in consequence of nervoiiH
jirostration uud dyspepsia. This pa
tient's stomach was in such un irriia
l)c condition that he could not bear
either liquid or solid food. An ac
complished physician of many years,
f xperienee, whom I called in consul
tation, pronounced his cnse an incur
able one. At this stiitfe 1 decided to
use Ilorsford's Acid Phosphate, which
resulted as above mentioned."
Lauiks, attention! N. 8. Kudus
lOt Fort utreet, is selllii,' ull silk,
utiii edge, watered ribbon, No. 5
for (iii ct. a bolt ; No. 7, OOrt. a boll ;
No. H, fl.25 a bolt; No. 12, if 1 2.' h
Lolt; ladie doing fancy work hhoiild
not niisi thix opportunity f K'ltiiiK
ribbon at liulf price, U lw
iUWAIMN Rille AawM iillioifti ullllll-
il uitvliiijr, Hold, H Ihw . in.
Sketch of the Life of Hawaii's Repre- j
Si-nUiive In the United States. j
Tlif lit main l lo It rout In
(San Francisco Hullelln, Nov. 2.)
Sunday Homy A. P. Carter,
Hawaiian Minister to this country,
died at the Everett I Ioue ill New
York after a lotia illness. Mr.
Carter was born about sixty years
ago at Honolulu. His father,
Joseph O. Carter, was a ship master
and owner, w ho, prior to the days of
the Argonauts, traded on the coast
ot California and at Honolulu, deliv
ering to the early Spanish settlers
and the Indians of California and
also to Honolulu the silks, teas and
sandalwood which he secured as the
result of voyages to China. His
mother was a member of the Tru
phant family of Honolulu, and
still survives, a hale old lady of
eighty-five. She resides in Honolulu.
Henry A P. Carter was educated
in Honolulu. Early in life he came
to California during the gold excite
ment, accompanied by an elder
brother. He remained here only a
short time. Returning to Honolulu
he entered the mercantile house of
C. Brewer & Co. and by faithful
service and attention to business he
was advanced until finally he became
senior partner in the house. He was
actively interested in public affairs
in Honolulu and occupied many posi
tions, one of which was Minister of
the Interior in the Hawaiian Cabinet.
Having demonstrated his capacity
for public affairs be was appointed
Minister Plenipotentiary tj the
United States and to the Courts, of
Europe by King Kalakaua and this
position he has occupied for several
years, having been reappointed by
Queen Liliuokalani. His official resi
dence was at Washington, I). C. He
married Augusta Judd, daughter of
Dr. G. P. Judd, who in 1828 went to
Honolulu as physician in the service
of the American foreign mission,
subsequently becotuing interpreter to
the Government of Kamchameha III.
and who, later, iu 1813, organized
the first ministry, holding in it the
post of Minister of Finance.
There were live children by this
union, two sons and three daughters.
One of the sons is a banker at Seat
tle and is also the Hawaiian Consul
there. Three daughters are now re
siding at New York. One son is at
Honolulu. Two brothers and one
sister and a graudson also survive.
These are Joseph O. Carter, Samuel
M. Carter and Catherine R. Lowers,
wife of Robert Lewers, a Honolulu
merchant. It is signilicant that those
who knew Henry A. P. Carter best
speak most kindly of him. He had
a large circle of acquaintances in this
city, to whom lie was endeared by
his kindly manner and courtesy,
and by whom he was admired for his
accomplishments and his fidelity to
the trusts confided to him. Although
never in robust health, he worked
energetically and faithfully. He
journeyed overland from Washing
ton to this city to consult with King
Kalakaua, when the latter was here
just before his death. About four
ponlhs ago, finding that he needed
a rest, he visited Europe to regain
his strength. He was there taken
ill and wished to return home. It
was intended to carry him to Hono
lulu, but this was found to be impos
sible. Although it has been known
to his family for some lime that he
was seriously ill, they have hoped
that his strong will and sanguine
temperament might bring about his
recovery. He was prominently con
nected with the Masonic order and
he was a member of the Congrega
tional Church. Probably no man
who lias been connected with the
Hawaiian Government was more use
ful than Mr. Carter. He was an
able diplomatist, and had that min
ute knowledge of Hawaiian affairs
which made him of special value as
the representative of that Kingdom
at Washington and in Europe,
whither he ha9 been several times as
Hawaiian Commissioner. He has
served as the Hawaiian Minister to
this country for ten years, and held
a high place in the esteem of the
members of the Diplomatic Corps.
New York, November 6. The
funeral services over the remains of
Henry A. Carter, Minister from the
Sandwich Islands to the United
States, were held here to-day at the
Madison-squaie Presbyterian Church.
His son, George R., and daughters,
Isabella, Agnes and Cordelia, were
present. The diplomatic corps from
Washington was represented by Min
ister Romero of Mexico. Su-cretary
Blaine sent a personal official letter
of condolence to the family, and de
tailed the chief clerk of Ui,f State
Department to attend the fiiiicf&l.
Rev. Dr. Bartlett of Washington
officiated. The remains will be ship
ped to San Francisco and there con
veyed to the steamship Australia,
which will sail for Honolulu on the
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. R. L. St. John of Howland,
Putnam county, Missouri, takes es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, lie
cause lie knows it to be reliable. He
lias used it in his practice for several
years, and says there is none bettr.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and cure for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
bulu by all deulers. Ileiikoii, Smith
& Co., agenu.
Wo atv pli !;1t'l 1 that (In- public arc
awakciiiu-to (be rct Ib.H FliUIT JUICES arc piv
IVrablc (o Arlilicial .'deuces when used ih llavor
inos fur So.la Water il.-inks.
Appivt-iutiiijf the fact ilit the public of Hono
lulu are entitled to the best ln Water attainable,
we have resolved not to comiminate our New Soda
Fountain by the use of Artificial Essences,
Consequently, while we were lectin our line
of(ioods in San Francisco, we procured a line of
PURE FRUIT JUICES, the purity of which cannot be
doubted, being prepared as they are by the well
known linn, Jus. W. Tufts of Boston, Mass.
As you pass the windows of our store, corner
of Fort and King streets, you can see therein a
complete line of those celebrated Fruit Juices.
HOJJliOX, NEWMAN & CO.,
c. j. McCarthy,
New Cummins' Block, Merchant Strket.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Eq litable Life Assurance Society
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
gjST Any business entrusted to me
ARRIVAL OF MAIL STEAMERS.
The R. M. S. S. Mariposa, Com
mander II. M. Hayward, arrived
early this morning, seventeen days
from Sydney. She left that port
Nov. 2d. at 5:21 p. in., arrived at
Auckland Nov. Cth, at 2 :44 p. m.
Left Auckland the following day at
2:49 p.m., and entered Apia har
bor on the 1 ltll at 4 p. in. Sailed
from Apia the same day at C:15
There anchored in the port of
Apia when the Mariposa left the fol
lowing vessels: IT. S. S. Iroquois,
German warship Sperber, and the
John Williams, Ringhorn, Percy
Purser Thomas Smith reports the
influenza as very prevalent in Apia,
Importations Sydney : C8 bags
horse feed, 18 cases drugs, 12 cases
mercnandise, 10 pieces iron bark
limber, and 24 ingots tin. Auckland:
20 cases mullet, 4 cases tongues, 2
cases chutney and 353 sacks oats.
The It. M. S. S. Alameda left San
Francisco Nov. 12th, discharged
pilot at 5:35 p. in. Stopped for
Honolulu pilot Nov. 19lli at 8:10 a.
in. Fine weather and smooth sea
all the way. The Alameda made the
passage in 6 days, 14 hours and 30
Itc mtvp.l of Ntook of the Pacific
llurilnr' Unit) ituii
The Pacific Hardware Co. have
moved their goods from Mclneruy
Hall to the second floor of their new
building and are as rapidly as possi
ble putting the stock in shape.
A portion of their new goods for
the holidays have been received, and
more are expected immediately,
when a regular opening wijl take
place. In the meantime they will
be pleased to have their friends visit
the upstairs sales and art rooms.
Auction Saks by James F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW. Nov aotii.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.
At iny Salesroom, (Jueen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, for account of
whom it may concern :
Bxes oi La Rosa, Key Wist, S.totiago
And other brands of Cigars damaged on
voyage per "Australia."
J YS, p. MORGAN,
274 H Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Carriage Jatenals !
On FRIDAY, Nov. SOth,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. ill..
At l!U Store of E. O. Sehmnan, Hotel
firei-t, I will sell at Public Auction, for
account of whom u in,jy concern:
2."0 4 in. OAK FELLOES.
set 14x17 OAK HUBS.
3 nets 12x15 OAK HUBS.
2 hcU 10x12 O.VK HUBS.
2 ei.s 9x12 OAK HUBS.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
TV E Si E WO
( Formcrl) Mikado Ke-liior;itit), Hotel
Klrect, wdl r-opiii NKXT SATl'K
lAY, Nov. lA Klfli'i'li' (15c.) IVnU
for one meal. Coffee uud Ten wi ved at
Anctioii Sale oiC
will receive prompt attention. Jfi
lf - 91
A MEETING OF THE
WILL BE IIELO AT
" Robinson's Hall,"
Cor. King and Nuuanu sts.,
On THURSDAY, Nov. 19. 1891,
AT 7:0 O'l l.lM K. P. M.
Gome One Come All.
tf-CUT THIS OUT. "IsSfl
Hawaiian Tf araways Co., L'd
Extension of the Saturd
minute Service on
On SATURDAY, Nov. 21st, and
every Saturday thereafter earn will
leave, the I'ulunm Terminus every l.r
minuted from 11:47 A. M. until 9:17
i'. m,, the intermediate cars running
as far as tilt; Ritle Range, l'awaa.
They will also leave the Rifle
Range, Pnwaa, for Palama, every 15
minutes from 11:38 A. M. until 8:38
1 he half-hourly service between
I'alanift and Waikiki will remain as
heretofore. 272 5t
The Phonograph !
'JlX le on Exhibition again at
Ii Lndwien & C'rou's this even
ing, with New Selections of Music.
Don't fail to hear it.
5!l tin C. BTOECKLE.
V ANTED -
ment Bonds at par,
O. A. STEVEN,
272 1 w
for Eort & Merchant sts.
HE Master of the British hai(ne
1 "Pa.. of Leiiy" will not hp res
ponsible for any debts contracted by the
crew. 8. VINT,
272 I w Master.
IV you want a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any lehei i)lii)i (June, cull on
tlie Practical Painter,. I. h. Mvi.- only.
Kurt street 1.1(1. P. O. Box HH7. Mutual
Telephone U(i2. W tf
r$ LEA E
IM1K House, 252 King street, latuly
occupied by Mrs. liiirnard; lias
aboul 12 ruoins, with modern improve
ments slablen, illllioiies, huge gulden,
Mi lesian w iter laid.
A UK A 11 A l FEKN A N DEZ,
271 tf At E. O. Hall & Sons.
II. if A. SIKKTINU'."
'pilK mimed meeting of the Hawaiian
L Killu Association for election of
olllccrs, arranging programme for New
Year's slmot, mid generid business w ill
lie held lit the Hawaiian Hotel, SATUR
DAY, Nov. 2lsi, ill m o'clock r m.
WALTER K. WALL,
272 Ct (Secretory.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO. OF NEW YORK.
IIIOIIAICU A. Jl I KIIV. rrmMem.
Issues Evory Desirable Form of Policy !
It hits paid iu members since iu irgani.ation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its New Distribution 1'olicy is the most liberal ever offered by uny liibiiiHiice t'oiiii8iiy.
W Kor lull iarticuluis npplv to
. J. J. WILLIAMS
Wishes to announce to his old friends
and I lie public generally, that he has
secured till' services of
MR. C. W. WEATHERWAX,
A tlrst-elass camera operator aud en-
f raver, from the sludios of Theo, O.
larceuu at sun Kraneisco, St. Louis aud
t Slils or Art
In the photographic line is thin assured
to all who take a Bitting In new gal
lery in the Brewer Block.
Photographing on Waioh Dials
A specialty, and orders takeu for en
larging pictures In all styles. One of
the finest h'didny presents you cim give
or get is one of Williuuis' elegantly
bound Albums tilled with
Hawaiian Yiews and Portraits
Oi your own selection from an almost
hnlimite I stock always on hand.
New Brewer Block, Fort street.
Wo have recently made
arrangements with a Co
pying Company in the
States, by which we are
enabled to Enlarge Por
traits in Crayon or India
Ink at the following ex
tremely low rates :
11x17 in. ; $10.00.
10x20 in. : 12.50.
These prices include
framing in 4, 5 or G inch
Plush and Gold, White
and Gold, White "and
Silver or Bronze Mould
ings, fitted 1 ready for
if you have anything
in this line which you
wish to have done, give
us a trial, and we gua
rantee satisfaction or we
will not expect you to
pay for it.
Dealers in Pictures and
Artists' Material, Etc.,
I OK SALE
A IIOR-iK. Brake
iL and Harness,
all in good eouili'ion.
Apply at tills olliee.
270 1 vv
lostf S1riiet or htoL'ii.
BAY ruly from
l'aliirna on Thurs
day night. A suitable
reward will be given
Cm' ou returning t he same
to 1'. Fernandez's residence, iJalama.
HOUSE TO LET.
1-0 bo let tle House No. 38
Punchbowl street, tnakai
!? of King street, ou terms which
can he had on application to
271 lw At Bishop & Co.'s Bank,
Uj. rrilE Premises on Boretania
1 street, formerly occupied
bv C. J. McCarthy; Large
House with line yard. Inquire of
2i;U lw J AS. F. MOKUAN.
'PHF. Very Deoirahle Rcsi
1 deuce located on Kinaii
street near the corner of 1'en-
sacola street, presently occupied by I.
F. August Elders. House contains par
lors, tiiuing-room, kitchen, three cham
bers, balhiooui, pautry, veranda rooms
jtn4 ainpjeelpcet space. Possession giyeu
lieeeinber lsU Ino'iiire ut
HAWAII XN HAKIWAKE CO.,
245 tf Fort street, opp. Sprockets.
ELECTION of OFFICE US.
AT tlie annual meeting of Wildcr's
Kieuniship Co., (L'd), held at
their olliee in this city on tlie 16th
inst., the following olliccru were re
elected to serve during lie ensuing
V. C, Wilder President,
J. F. UacUeld Vice-President,
H. H. Hose Secret iry,
H. II. Kose Treasurer,
W. F. Allen Auditor.
S. U. UOSE,
Honolulu, Nov. 17, 181U. ill ii
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
f,i" 1lAJ3vm viK!Wi?
Art Rooms, : : Mclnemy Hall.
PICTIKK FlliniXU TO ORDER!
Stamped Goods for Etching
N. S. SACHS'.,
104 Fot Street, - - Honolulu.
A LAKGK ASSORTMENT, CONSISTING OF
Stamped Sideboard Scarfs,
Stamped Uureau Scarfs, j Stamped Toilet Covers,
Stamped Splashers, Stamped Vegetable Covers,
Stamped Tray Covers, Stamped Bibs and Doylies.
ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF -
Stamped Newspaper & Letter Bags, Stocking Bags, Laun
dry Bags, Etc., Etc.
Linen Floss & Working Cotton in all Colors !
Fancy Colored Silk Fringe for Fancy Work !
law Cloia & Linen for Slafclif lie Yam !
Call at Egan 1 Gunn's
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Etc
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY !
We are showing a choice line ot Ladies' & Gentlemen's
Macintosh Rain Coats!
(Just the thing for a Christmas present.)
Silk Umbrellas in parties' & Gentlemen's.
6fcg- FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. n
FOR BARGAINS OF SUPERIOR GOODS
: (jo to
B. F. EHLEES& GO.,
.-.JT .,.,.0 ... , ... ..
B- All our GOODS greatly reduced in order tq make room, for tfew
Importations to arrive.
te?" Island orders will receive prompt attention and will be filled at
the same low prices. "
' :o : -
Dressmaking Department under the management of Miss K. CLARK.
J U S T ' R:E C E IV EB"
FROM ENGLANP ANP THE STATES'
R1S--M k lent Pdltas all Sizes BOSS
Chinese Matting, White & Fancy;
English Bedroom Sets, complete; .
IRON BEDSTEADS, COTS & CRIW, "
f inis NKvy um oy
Gent's Furnishing Goods I
GENT'S UNDERWEAR IN ALL TEXTURES,
Ladies' & Geatfs Waterproof Goats ith Sleeve orOape,
FULL LINK OK .
OFFICE STATION E ItY,.
VASES II GREAT VARIETY !
... . - .
A lahor saving machine without
THEO. U. DAVIES & CO.
General Agent for the' Hawaiian Islands.
ARTISTIC, BEAUTIFUL, NOVEL
AND USEFUL I
'ill 10 CJUltXNKV
lift A I
Motto: "The SurMal of tha Fittest."
FINISHED IN ANTIQUE OAK.
The Old FaYorite "Eddy"
A NEW INVOICE OF
I XL Pocket Cutlery
Shelf Hardware, Agricultural Iinple-
Plantation Supplies In Great Variety.
Kcbbkk Hose of the liest quality,
with our mmm'IiI MMiuliniK. No leakimr
t Uie joints.
Knife Cleaners I
which no kitchenis complete.