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VAVlVib ('OM-MEKOiAij AbVEKTlSEK, AUGUST ill, M.
Pacific Ceraerciai Aiiferto
The change made by His MajeMy the j
King in the Royal Household, as an- i
nounced in our "Rv Authority" column, i
was the subjVet of considerable com- ;
merit in the citv lu.st evening. It was a I
i t k .usnn nn kcktos.
MoMY, Augu.-t .'iMth. " I
Keoni, David, John, Kauhane, Bill, i
Kenai anl Jos. Carrie ra were lined j
each for drunkenness. j
Jos. v-umoine, tor violating express
surprise, no doubt, but when that feel- rule pleaded guilty, was lined $C and
TEBMS OF Srp.SCKl!'TH..
ing wore off it was followed bv an ex-
precrfion of general satisfaction. No i
j more popular appointment than that of j
j Colonel Curtis P. Iduten to the office of j
Charn)erlain of the Koval Household
j - j
could have leen made. He is socially i Costs, $1 40.
Ilia license was ordered to be cancelled.
John Terry, charged with disorderly
conduct in Honolulu on the 20th inst.,
was. tried, found guilty and sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for 4S hours.
six months .
earSnhHerigtln I'Hjnlile AlMrtjwiii
Communications from all paritt of the Kingdom
wlllalwuya be very itceeptaMe.
Persona residiu In buy mrt of tiie L'nlte'J States
can remit tbe amooiit of suh.seriptlori due by J'ohi
Office money order.
Matter Intended for puhliivitioii in the eI:tirltl
column fctioull be addreasd to
KblTOH Pa IVtC ( OMMKKCIAI. AllVKIlTISEK.'
fiiiHinesH communication and ud vertisenientM
huuld he addressed nlmply
" P. C. AliVKBriMKB,"
And not to Individual-
T I r I-:
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
It noW f r sale daily at tl Foil.: v. nsg 1'Iucts:
J. M. OAT A CO .. Merchant. street
CRYSTAL. SODA WOKKS Hotel street
T. O. TIIKtM . Fort street
Five Cents per oy.
fiHnl fi-ir tliA f.f hr.-f.tt ? i S'ty q r'r 1 Il
very onerous ami important functions. His j
experience on his European tour as the j
representative of his Sovereign would i
alone justify the appointment, but since
his return he has given evidence of busi
ness qualities of a high order as Collector
General of Customs. In his new office
we anticipate that he will still further
add to his already high reputation for
probity, business aptitude ami suavity j
Val Blatz Milwaukee layer beer takes tlie
Puuloa (w), charged with deserting
her husband at Honolulu within three
months last past, was ordered to re
turn. Ah Kim pleaded guilty to a charge of
cruelty to animals on the L. inst. and
was fined $10. Costs, $1. j
Aleka was fined .', costs $1 , for dis- j
turbing the quiet of the night.
Joseph Ryan, remanded from the 27th j
instant for an assault and battery on j
Sam Gourlevs was found guiltv ami fined
2.". Costs, 44 '().
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Re infold take the lend. !
New colored vorted and Oriental l.tce.- j
at N. S. Sachs', lol Fort strett.
Vnlaundried shirts, this week only, at oO
cents each, at Chas. J. Fihd'.
A few more of those $1 5 .-hues left at
Fishel'd. Call early and save money.
The book of the season. The Ho no luxe
almanac and Dip.ectobv for ISidT Price.
Don't fail to see Apinton in his imperson
ations of a New York dude, on skates.
Still further reductions this- week at the
great inventory sale at (.'has. J. f ishel's. j
"As a true tonic, effective invigorator
and genuine appetizer, ImnVs Malt
Whisky is unexcelled."
The Right Rev. the Bishop of Honolulu
hit for Maui and Molokai yesterday by
This evening Professor Aginton gives his
farewell performance ;it the Itink. Don't
fail to he present.
The Oceanic Company's Hawaiian .steam
ship Australia will sail for San Francisco
to-incrrow at noon.
Latest novelty cream ami ecru em
broidery skirting, with edging to match,
The Legislative Assembly yesterday
got through a fair amount of work, ami
adjourned at about four o'clock on mo
tion of the Premier, who was not then
prepared to proceed w ith the further con
sideration of the Loan bill. The House
after a short debate affirmed that vwo
million dollars should be raised by loan ,
but beyond that no progress was made.
Tho Hon. Mr. Cleghorn made a reason
able speech, outlining an expenditure of
one million, and o far as it went his
position was sound. Hon. Mr. Bishop
followed in the same strain, and argued
against borrowing more money than was
absolutely needed. To do so he said in
jured credit whether public or private.
This i3 entirely true, but His Excellency
Mr. Gibson pointed out that such a thing
was not contemplated by the Gov
ernment. If a loan were author
ized for two millions, it would
only be raised as money wis re
quired to carry out improvement works
approved by the Legislature. This is a
verv usual practice A public loan is
f'.lectrie I-itflit Exhibition.
Last night a private exhibition of a de
tached electric light for dwelling houseH
was given in the Mutual telephone
building by Mr. George E. Howe of
Honolulu, clerk with 13. O. Hall & Son.
I The light was imported by Mr. Howe
from I.oston, Mass., for private use in
his dwelling house, and has been placed
on exhibition at the request of many
friends. This light is made especially
for household use and was sent here by
Mr. David Howe, electrician in the well
known firm of Reed & Barton, of Taun
ton, Mass. On invitation of Mr. George
Howe, a representative of the Adver
tiser inspected iu-; liiio.. w..- .-.. - - -
ing in company with other gentlemen.
The large ground room of the building
was brilliantly lighted with a chandelier
of two lights of eight candle-iover each,
with electricity furnished by a iortable
chemical battery. The light is regulated
by a switch and can be used in the same
manner as a common gas light. While
it i.s more powerful than ordinary gas, it
is practicaily without heat and has the
advantage of giving a steady white light,
very agreeable to the eyes. The elec
tricity for these lamps "can be used
throughout the day with the aid of an
electric motor for running sewing ma
chines. The present light, which will be
shortlv placed in Mr. Howe's dwelling,
was put up, tested and placed on exhi- j
bition under the skillful management ol j
Mr. Pratt of the Mutual telephone
Company, and pro veil a success from the
"The i'lniiter'H Monthly.
The above publication for August has
leen received. Attention is called to
Joseph Ryan and George Patterson,
remanded for judgment from the 27th j at N. S." Sachs', 101 Fort street
instant, were found guilty. George Pat
terson w'as lined $23, costs (10, and '
was ordered to file a bond, with one j
surety, in $30, conditioned that he will j
keep the jeace towards all persons for j
V ." term of one year from this date, j
Jo-ieph Ryan was fined $23, costs .fti HO,
and was ordered to file a )ond with one
surety in the sum of $100 with the same
ROYAL K?.f) i
Rcingold draught beer
Smith Sea ImIhikIm Trade.
Ed. P. C. Apvkrtiskk Sir: Noticing
an article in a late number of the P. C.
Sea Islands trade, I have thought that a
few facts in that connection might be of
When visiting the Gilbert Islands a the rage
. .- i ... . i ,:,., : lead.
snort time since, i huuw jiauH.uim
quiries in regard to the copra business, j
This is the only product that is or can j
be produced on that group of coral j
islands, and of this there is exported at j
least 4,000 tons annually, worth there j
from $23 to $30 er ton. it is mostly j
paid for in goods, although some cash is j
demanded at times. The copra is very j
Applications for money orders per steam
ship Australia will be received at the Post
Ounce up to 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The Royal Mail steamship Mariposa will
he due next Saturday,. en route for the
Colonies, with news to the 2sth instant.
Jersey waists in light blue, cream and
pink, at very low prices, at the Popular
Millinery House, N. S. Sachs, proprie
tor. Canvas cloth, a few pieces left, at 13
cents per yard. Arascnc and chenille, a
small ttock left, at 2. ( cuts per ounce, at
A 11V lll'lll I'l XVt.. ,f III. VV i
Co.'s store is receiving a fresh, cpta,t y.f pajnt i
and will i , "
onP wnen completed.
Mr. Jas. Welsh, of the Commercial
Saloon, has ju-t received a few cases of the
famous Rcingold Draught Beer, now ail
in "Frisco. Rcingold takes the
U fl ll M j3
Tai3iKwajrrevorvarlo5. A marvel of purity,
strength ar.J .h-,";.-M.i::e:iesft Mare economical
than thoorl'iT-.arv k'.ii ,s nd eajiro 1k?hc1i1 in com
pctitio i with tic; i:;.itiru.lo c ! i..-test, sliort
weight, alur.i orp'.'.o.-nliaUiiKjwi. r An.uor.uta
cans. Ilovtu ItAbi-NU i'ovn.i;. o.. NV'oIiW
Pure Malt Whisky
r . B. IUCE,
Wine and Spirit Merchant,
Merchant Street - - - Campbell Hlock.
Hi just leen ar pointed S' )LE tlKT f;-r ih H-iwaii.tn for ttie folUtwioj oel-
ir.tea ijn.vl. i .
L. PFLMONICO'S" CHAMP.UJXK.
VEUVE "CI.ICQT'OT" CIIAMFACNK.
t'KNTURY '' WHISKY,
Ant h just rweiveit i rcels ol thv-ie j.oaJ. tOiiftln-r 11h
JERSEY riPEK (in pints),
SCHIdTZ'S" CELEliRATEH MIIAVAFKEE REEK,
F.lc. r.tf. Kir.
NO Fl'SEE OIK.
Tenders for supplies to the Leper Settle-j Absolutely Pure and Unadulteratea
THE MECHANICS' BAZAR,
With the most select, fuhioal le ainl eheajet.t sto k f llentleiue n'.- Kurniiliin Hixil! ami
' YoiMlih' Furnishing Gooil aiiil Clotbiuij,
ny' KumiaUlut: (irvo.ls anil Olotliiutf,
Huts itinl t'apM. Boit! an Slioes
TrttnkH and Vali-, elc., elp et
With ITRIdHT and KA1K JDEALlNtiS. with a Vl'I.L tll'AHANTF.E tlmt nery article w wall
will be as Kr'.i'UESKXTEl ly n, and with an HONEST DESIUE to make eriuaiient friend with
our citoiners, we refpectfnily Kolieit the ii.ttroiiaye of the publie nf Honolulu.
TZ A.G- A N ' & CO.
illii-e of the !
ment must le sent to the
Board of Health not later
The list wilt he found in our
Captain Rohinson, of the American
harkentine Kitsap, wliich was wrecked on
the Australian coast some time ago. was a
through passenger hy the steam-hip Mar-
uthorizd for a specific amount, to be the annual meeting of the Planter's Labor
expended on public improvements, and
although a syndicate may subscribe for
it all, interest i.s only chargeable from
the date the money is actually raised.
In other word.", a two million loan may
lie floated in bulk, to be raised in install
ments at a fixed rate, but interest only
accrues from the time the Government
receives the money, and not when the
syndicate binds itself to provide the
cash. This meets Mr. Bishop's objec
tion, and the only questions left for con
sideration, therefore, are whether a loan
of two millions is needed, what rate of
interest should be paid, and uion what
objects it should he expended.
We have no doubt that two millions
mav very properly be exiended in re
funding bonds bearing a high rate
of interest, and in improvement works;
and although we have said that in our
opinion the present is not a favorable
season for borrowing to any considerable
extent, yet if the Legislature i.s otherwise
minded, and due care i.s taken in fram
ing a Loan Act, specifying the objects
upon which the loan hi, be expended,
and the conditions . r which it is to
be raised, we see . ; od reason why
such a measure s uM not be passed.
and Supplv Company, which will meet
at Honolulu during the month of October
next. In another article the question of
dissolving the company is discussed.
The ground taken is that the Hawaiian
Government have practically carried out
the objects for which the company was
organized in 1882, by instituting a policy
of labor immigration at Government ex
pense, so that the company has not taken
any direct action in behalf of the plant
ers since the South Sea Islanders were
landed from the Hazard in 1883. It is
further alleged that the excuse of main
taining the company is becoming irk
some to some of the planters who do not
think they are getting their money's
worth. In consideration of this feeling
the trustees adopted a resolution on Aug
ust 8th recommending the consideration
of the question of dissolving the company
at the annual October meeting. The
proiosition to dissolve is made thus early
to give the planters ample time to con
sider the proposition and express them
selves in the September number of the
The establishment of the new Postal
Savings Rank i.s treated in an exception
ally liberal way, although the editor
illows his prejudice to mar the close of
bulky and still it pays to carry it to San j aroa last Saturday
Francisco and Europe and express the
oil, using the refuse as "oil cake."
The goods and merchandise used in
this business are of a kind that can be j
purchased here as cheaply as on the j
Coast, and the Hawaiian silver coinage j
will pass current all through the group, j
With the duty on the copra remitted, it
in rs i: I N
Curative I iin lotion.
Prescribed by Physicians Everywhere.
certainly would "pay
" to bring it di-
No book ever pu I li.-hel contains so much
reliable and valuable information regard
ing the Hawaiian Islands in such small
compass as the Honoh lc Almanac and
1iki: toi:y. 1SSU. Pr:".'e. 50 cents. -
11. R. II. Princess Kaiulani returned
from Hawaii last Sunday, where she has
been the guest of Mrs. Sam Parker at
Mana for the past three weeks. Her
health is much improved by the visit.
Two very handsome wedding cakes for j
the Molteno-Stulman weihiing are now on
rectiy here. A first-class machine tor :
expressing the oil can be laid down (
here at about $4,0, and the exporting j view at the Klite Ice Cream Parlors. They
were made by Mr. Henry Hart and are
really works of art rarely seen in this com-
For the Si.-k, Invalids, Convalescing Palleuts
WEAK AND OEBILITATED WOMEN.
DAVIS & WILDER,
Importers and Dealers in
Stable ami Fauey Orrerle. lrolnee, lrovllu hm.I Fwd.
jSTo. 52 !Fort street,
FBE9H FRUITS, VEGETABLES,
AwardeJ FIRST VRIZE tiOI.l MEDAL at
WorhfH Exposiuou, New Orleans, La., ls85,g -
l'or Excellence and lnrit.v.
of the oil be profitable. The refuse can j
be utilized on the islands for all kinds of j
stock as it is elsewhere. I have statis- j
tics in regard to the copra trade on
every island in the Gilbert group, and j
can furnish the same to parties inter- j
ested. V- I- Clark. !
IHnuer at tlie Hawaiian Hotel.
Last evening a dinner was given at
the Royal Hawaiian Hotel by Mr. J. H.
Ward and Mr. J. R. S. Lake, of New j
York, to His Majesty the King and His
Excellency Governor Dominis. The :
band was in attendance and a most en
joyable time was .had by all present.
Many toasts were drunk during the
evening, among which were those to
their Majesties the King and Queen, j
Those present were: His Majesty the i
King, attended by his Chamberlain,
Colonel Curtis P. Iaukea; His Excel-
w Appoint iiieiit. v
By reference to our "By Authority"
column it will be seen that it has pleased
His Majesty the King to appoint Colonel
the Honorable Curtis 1. Iaukea to be
Chamberlain to the Royal House
hold, vice Colonel the Honor
able Charles H. Judd, resigned.
"Also, Colonel the Honorable Cur
tis P. Iaukea to be Commissioner of
-Crown Lands and Land Agent, vice
Colonel the Honorable Charles 11.
Macfarlane & Co.,
Australian Mail Service.
Ice House "Delicacies
Received by every steamer from San Eraneineo, em.raoii all varietieM the market afforJ.
WOODLAWN DAIRY BUTTER, in 1-lh bricks, an.l other choice bUand Rutter, ulway on haml.
Daily deliveries to all part of the city, Waikiki and the valley.
Itotli Telephone. o. 10.
DO YOU WANT a fine family tnrunut, horse, phaeton, harness, etc. V
DO YOU WANT a nice home for your family V
DO YOU WANT a flood nafe, cheap?
DO YOU WANT a good road break?
DO YOU WANT a neat side-bar buggy ?
DO YOU WANT to rent a cottage ?
DO YOU WANT an agent to look after your busmen intercut?
IF YOU DO, call on or address
T. P:. WISEMAN
General BnsdneHS Agent, Merchant Btrcet.
Bell Telephone 172. I. O. Itox SI5. Mutual Telephone 37a.
' Tax Hoard of Appeal.
Py reference to our "By Authority"
column it will be seen that His Excel
lency Paul V. Kanoa, Minister of Fi
nance, has published the Tax Board of
lency uoveruor ounu v. Appeal for lsSo for the islands of Ha
u. u.-uaciaiiane, uu . - waii, Maui, Oahu and Kauai, with the
Major A. B. Hayley, Major . I ..Corn- members of the Board
well, Mr. YV. G. Irwin Mr I;. I . Hast-
ings, U. S. Vice Consul, Captain Y ebber h
It is not an extra .agant loan by any i
means, and there is no possible question the article by attempting tocast discredit
of the ability of the country to bear it j upon the Government which has insti
without any apprecial.de burden to the ; tuted the thing he is forced to praise.
of the Australia, Hon. Paul Neumann
and Mr. L. Montgomery Mather of the
The adjourn ment till today was nec
essary for many reasons, but chiefly be
cause such a measure should not be
passed without due consideration. The
schedule f the bill needs careful ar-nnc-ment.
There are several votes in
Besides the usual communications on 1
A True Prophet.
Kd. P. C. Advertiser Sir: The fol-
J lowing paragraph appeared m the
"Gazette" of the 18th instant, from the
' 1 ll - A 1 ? ... '
, , . .. . iien ol "Zap.' wnicn proves inai ne is ,
the iiar interests throughout the king- I"-" t ,
uu suai uin.lv. - snmpu- m. of a nronhet among the
dom, the number contains a pajer on
the "Land (iuestion in Hawaii," iead by
Mr. W. K. Castle, before the Honolulu
Social Science Association, and a short
article on " Cinchona Cultivation in
the Appropriation bill which should be j irawajj )(V yr. Herbert Purvis, of
borne upon loan if the Legislature ap- j Kukmhaele, Hawaii.
of borrowing. This would free j -
thp ordinary revenue from charges for
permanent works on a large scale, and
enable the Government to execute all
the minor works contemplated in th
Appropiiationbill. If it had been de
cided that the country should live within
its means for the next two years it might
be impossible to give effect to all the ap
propriations already passed upon, but
-we have no doubt the Government
would loyally observe the spirit and in
tent of the law within the means at
their disposal. "When a loan bill is to
be passed, however, its schedule should
relieve the current revenue from the
ch.irge for costly permanent works. . We
are not prepared to say in this relation
what the loan limit should be, but we will
be agreeably surprised if it falls much
short of two millions.
The Appropriation bill was further
considered in committee, and an item of
$9,613 50 was inserted for the relict ol j
the Crown Land Commissioners, wiioj
became liable for that sum under cir- j
cumstances which are detailed in our re-
port. Several nnis eiu yi
referred to committees, and others were
either introduced or advanced a stage.
Altogether the Legislature manifested
a greater aptitude for work than we have
seen exhibited by it for some tune
The famous Reingold on draught at the
The Jornn Sinter.
The many friends of the talented Joran
sisters, who delighted our music loving
people while here, will be pleased to
learn that the sisters met with marked
success in the Colonies. The Sydney
"Herald," after commenting on their
second performance, says: "The favora
ble impression which this gifted trio
made at their first concert is confirmed
and strengthened, and musical ieople
will be glad to know that a third opKrtu
scribes: "What a farce is being played J
at present by 'the powers that be' in j
this shuttle of official cards. But you j
just wait ; if you don't find a bigger sur
prise in appointments within two weeks,
then say 'I know nothing.' And
this next deal will be made apparent on
the return of Hon. II. A. P. Carter, who
is granted, without asking, the privilege j
of a 'vacation.' You will see what you j
will see." i
Yesterday was a dav of fulfillment of !
prophecy. One can hardly tell what may j
happen when Mr. Carter arrives, but it i
is not improbable that "Zip" will be
"hoist with his own et.ird" before then, j
I am, etc., Z.
lrH4Mt(4t loll. V f
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The new and fine Al steel uteamship
Of tl'i Oopnnic steamship ('ompany, will he due
at U(.nlvilu from Sydney and Auckland
on or Hbout
And will ciive for the nbwve port with mailM and
piisxeiiffeis on or about that d;tte.
Kor freight or jinssair.-. liavinjr STPEltlOR
ACCOMMODATIONS, :t'lly to
Wm. U. Irwin & Co.,
For Svdnov and Auckland.
The tiw and line Al steel stf ami-hip
Of th Oi-eatiic Steamship Conipan y, will he
due at Honolulu from San Francisco
or or about
And will have prompt disputrti with malls and
passengers f,.r the above ports.
For f.eiirht or passage, haviny Sl'I'KItlOlt AC
COMMtI)A l lONS, apply to
Win. (t. Irwin & Co.,
Just received, ex Lapwing, a large consignment of
Genuine German Cologne
Prepared by Johann Maria Farina,
Gepulier ilem Juliclis-Plalz Cologno, Germany.
iR & CO.,
109 ITort Street.
NEW STOCK. LATEST NOVELTIES.
Tlie Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort Street - Honolulu.
. S. SACHS, Proprietor.
Last Saturday afternoon tlie employ- !
ees and editorial stall' of the "Hawaiian ,
Gazette' otfit-e presented Mr. Kobert ;
nit v of hearing them will be afforded in i tmeve, who lately retired from that)
a concert to Vie given in the same ball." j paj-er, with an elegant silver ice pitcher, j
Tbe same paper announced that during j Mr. A. T. Atkinson made the preenta- j
the second performance in Sydney, Mr. , tion with a few appropriate remarks, j
Gritlin, the American Consul, and j which were replied to by Mr. (Jrievej
another American gentleman, presented j after he had recovered from his surprise
each of the sisters with a be:;utiful
boiujuet of violets and snowdrops.
Mr. Locke IlirhartKmi.
The above gentleman, who gave a
number of elocutionary recitals while
here, is meeting with fair success in the
Colonies, according to the Colonial press.
When the Mararoa left the Colonies Mr.
Richardson was in Auckland, N. Z.,
where he had already given several re
citals to large audiences.
s The ice pitcher bore tbe following in
j srription, neatly engraved: "Presented
j to Kobert Grieve by the employees of the
'Hawaiian Gazette' Publishing Com-
pany, Honolulu, August US, ISSt;."
Duffy's Pure Malt YVhi-ky i not a medi
cated liquor, l.ut a pure, unadulterated
! whisky for medicinal use, free from fuel
j oil and all noxious impurities, and i pre
scribed by physicians. It is a medicine
I for the sick and feeble, and a beverage for
J the million. because it is absolutely pure.
Oceanic Steainshi) Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
I tie A 1 Steamship
i I i i"
Will leave Hoiiuiuhi for the ntntve port on
AV KD3 ES DA Y,
For freittht or p:iss;;ge apply to
Wm. (t. Irwin & Co.,
PINK AND ECHIT CHAMI5KY SCITS All complete, with Material and
EMBROIDERY AND ORIENTAL LACE FLOUNCING Deep enough for
Holoku and Skirts.
CREAM AND ECRU EMBROIDERY SKIRTING With edgings to match.
Pretty, Durable and Cheap.
LIGHT BLUE, CREAM AND PINK JERSEYS Plain and Fancy Braided,
and Assorted Styles.
SHETLAND SHAWLS, SHETLAND SHAWLS In lied, White, Blue and Pink.
A Fine- Aorl !" lorel Silk (ilove. Silk Ml Mm. Corse In.
Oents' !Kirnisliiiif5 CiJoods.
NEW COLLARS. NEW NECKWEAR.
XT M RS. MK1J.1S1 ilr-siTiiiikinr estai)lixhmet:t on ill" prernin-H.
openlm; of .new goods,
VEI !Y I A YY PRICES,
B. F. EHLEES & CO.