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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 1
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The fluctuating character of events in
Eastern Europe is still maintained, and
the crisis which previous advices seemed
to point to as being imminent lias again
been deferred, if not averted. There are
several items which distinctly favor the
prospects of peace, though they do not
assure it. The European Powers have
each informed Russia that they are op
josed to the return of Prince Alexander
to Bulgaria, and he himself lias ex
pressed a desire to refrain from the can
didature for the throne, whilst the cov
ernment do not intend to nominate
him. So far there is entire concord.
Nothing further is stated regarding the
liussian ultimatum, but notwithstanding
its demands the elections of members to
the Grand Sobranje have taken place,
and with a result satisfactory to the
Bulgarian Government, which now pro
fesses its willingness to negotiate with
Russia regarding the election of a Prince.
This being the main joint at issue, any
threats bearing on minor matters con
nected with the situation lose their
HieniOcance. The occupation of Bul
garia is still gpoken of, and provided
Shat annexation does not follow most of
the Powers will acquiesce. "What guar
antee is to be given in the event of such
a contingency is not stated. On the
other hand, the object of this step is
less apparent if an agreement is arrived
at regarding the election of a ruler. The
Sobranje was announced to meet on the
31st of October, and General Kaulbars
demands a postponement, but consider
ing that a similar demand to postpone
its elections was not enforced, there is
nothing to warrant the assumption that
the meeting will be deferred in defer
ence to this later demand. General
Kaulbars, the Russian military agent in
Bulgaria, whose overbearing conduct
has gone so far to strain diplomatic re
lations, is to be supplanted, if we are to
believe a irt. Petersburg telegram. Gen
eral Gourko, who is mentioned as his
successor, individually does not bear the
reputation of possessing a particularly
cautious temperament, though his atti
tude could scarcely be more bellicose
than that of the present agent. It would
be premature, however, to predict the
real meaning of this proceeding, even
assuming the report to be true, until the
course pursued by Gourko is seen. Gen
erally speaking the change of a foreign
representative of Russia means a change
of fronton the part of the advisers of the
Czar, which it is convenient to attribute
to individual caprice. At a moment
when peace prospects were in the ascend
ant the Ottoman Porte has obtruded,
itself on the plea of attempting a recon
ciliation between Russia and Bulgaria,
and it appears to have formed some
kind of an alliance with the former.
This step is naturally resented by the
Regency, and with a degree of plain
speaking which makes it evident that
reliable assistance is at hand in case of
need. Whatever may be the issue, the
controlling power probably lies more in
the hands of the financiers of Eurojn?
and less in those of the recognized rulers
than would appear on the surface.
International dissentions are said to
be rife in the British Cabinet, and afford
indications that the Churchill Minittry
will be but short lived. At no very dis
tant date, therefore, history may again
repeate itself in the alacrity with which
the British people have again returned
to a Gladstonian administration. This
affords the best hope that can be vouch
safed of the pacification of Ireland,
which a Conservative policy must ever
fail to accomplish. This done, the
hands of England will be strengthened
abroad. At present her foreign relations
cannot be slid to be satisfactory, fur
whilst pressure i- being brought to bear
to secure the evacuation of Egypt, the
Russian advance in Central Asia is
slowly, surely and silently going on,
hastening the day of the coming struggle
for the possession of India. "We are
igain reminded of this fact by the still
further extension of the Merv and Oxus
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Martinlh s i-ier ii absolutely pure.
Mr. C. J. Fish el returned lv the
n.eda with a large Mock r,f new goods.
Martir.elli's -ih-r the hot and pure.-t
The Alameda brought i'J bags wf mail
for the I'oit Office.
The Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping du-s meets
a 7 o'clock this evening.
Read advertisement ol Martinelli's
The Alameda brought the new, of the
death of Mrs. S. Magnirn.
The Mararoa arrived at Sydney October
The Kiriau leaves for the Volcano at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
The hearing of evidence in the Admir
alty case will be continued to-day.
The brig Claus Spreckel.-. sailed for
Francisco yesterday with a mail.
Fifty tons of fireworks arrived by
Alameda for the birthday festivities.
The book of the season. The Ho.nomls
Alma.nac am Dikectokv yon 1"W. Price,
Captain Oeo. II Luce. Tax Collector, ha
an important notice in our '-By Authority'
Tuesday, the l:th instant, being the an
niversary of His Majesty's birthday, will
be observed as a national holiday.
Val P.latz Milwaukee lager beer is the
finest in the market, l'.ottled expressly
for this climate.
Purser J. B. button of the Alameda has
the thanks of the Advertiser for a file of
Miss Swanzy, a sister of Mr. r . M.
Swanzy, of Theo. II. Da vies it Co., was a
passenger by the Alameda.
"As a true tonic, effective invigorator
and genuine appetizer, Imffy's Malt
Whisky is unexcelled." J
Undressed kid gloves, ladies' underwear
pink, white, cream and blue cashmere just
received by last steamer, at C J. Fishel's.
The steamer Wilmington arrived in San
Francisco October 14th, twelve days from
The brig W. O. Irwin left Sn Francisco,
October 17th "for this port, with an as
sorted cargo valued at $17,0o0.
R. J. Agington, the roller skater, was a
through passenger by the Alameda for
i-s Julia Judd, daughter of the Hon.
C. H.Judd, returned to her island home
by the Alameda.
The young Princes and Mrs. Governor
laukea will come by the Zealandia on the
Mr. Edward Iluttou, of the Honolulu
Iron Works, returned by the Alameda
much improved in health.
Dr. E. Pratt, Bellefontaine, Ohio, writes:
"I am well pleased with your Duffy's Pure
Malt Whisky, and will use it exclusively in
Mr. L. Cabot, a civil engineer, was a
passenger by the Alameda, and is the
guest of the Hon. S. O. Wilder, at his resi
On Friday last the wife of J. 0. Howie
gave, birth to a daughter, at Honolua
Ranch, Maui. This is the first white child
born in the district of Kaanapali. -
The October term of the Supreme Court
has adjourned sine die, all matters on the
calendar not otherwise disposed of being
continued until the January term.
J. P. Peterson, charged with embezzle
ment, and Alin, charged with perjury,
have been discharged from custody, as the
Attorney General declines to prosecute.
The harkentine Mary Winkelman sailed
from San Francisco, October 22d, for
Honolulu, with a cargo of merchandise
valued at 2',S49.
The llev. Geo. Wallace preached an elo
quent sermon at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Sunday morning, on the Festival of All
Tom Cannon, a champion wrestler, was
a through passenger by the Alameda. He
goes to the Colonies to try and get on a
match with Prof. Miller and Donald Dinnie.
Last week the Police at Waimea, Kauai,
seized several ea-cs of liquor belonging to
various Portuguese. They are supposed to
be selling it without a license.
No book ever published contains so much
reliable and valuable information regard
ing the Hawaiian Islands in such small
compass as the Honolulu Almanac and
Directory, 1Ss. Pri e. 50 cents.
There was mu-h disappointment among
the members of the Honolulu Yacht and
Boat Club yesterday owing to the non
arrival of their new racing Ixat from the
"Mr. Henry Rerger. our worthy P.and -
master, returned from his two weeks vaca
tion by the Kinau on Saturday. The band
will be warmly welcomed at Emma S.juare
C. T. Hoyt has removed his shoeing and
jobbing shop from King street to opposite
the old Police Station on the same street,
where he will be glad to see all his old
customers and new ones as well.
The first grand opening of millinery and
fancy goods of the season takes place at
the Popular Millinery House, beginning
November '?. lSs. N. S. Sachs, 10 1 Fort
FreiK-h pattern hats and bonnets will be
exhibited at the grand opening of the
Popular Millinery House, beginning
Wednesday. November 3, lo". N. S.
A Malay wa arrested at Kekaha, Kauai,
last Monday for striking a colored man
over the head with a shovel, inflicting a
nasty wound. He is in jail awaiting the
result of the injuries.
The Iwalani brought the news of the
death of John Lovell, an old resident,
which took place at Nawiliwili, Kauai, on
Saturday. The deceased was about eighty
years of age.
Messrs. Wing n Wo A: Co., of Mauna
kea street, be leave to notify the public
that they have just received a large quan
tity of XXN and other choice brands of
Manila cig r-, of the best quality, for sale
at moderate prices.
ucl', which arrived in
Francisco. October 13th, twenty-three I
days from Honolulu, reports passing the j
stern part of a ship, bottom up, about 70 j
feet long, in 27 c.eg. 57 min. N.. longitude
iy deg. min. W. I
FHFOKE n.)LICE JUSTICE PICKERTON. j
Saturday, October 30th. !
I . Malo, Keliihapa, Kekins, Welehu, j
Annie (w) and Lean Cn each forfeited j
$( for drunkenness. !
Kikihi was charged with disorderly
conduct. Plea not guilty. Three wit
nesses testified that he became abusive
because a man refused t Join him in
consuming the contents of a bottle of
liquor. Sentenced to forty-eight hours'
hard labor. Costs.. $3 30.
George Bowman, an insane ierson,
was committed to the asylum on the
evidence of Dr. Webb.
Kahelemauna was brought up on re
mand charged with keeping a disorderly
house. A vast amount of evidence was
given for the prosecution, but none for
the defense. Defendant was remanded
for judgment to the 5th prox., to enable
the Court to visit the locality.
L. Aseu and G. C. Akina vs. T. N.
Punohau. Assumpsit for $19S 75. Plea
of general issue. Defendant admitted
having made a note for $425, also exe
cuting a mortgage to secure same. A
portion of this amount had been re
ceived for a sale under the mortgage.
Judgment for the amount claimed, to
gether with attorney's fees, $12 40, and
costs, $3 ;0. Apieal noted to Inter
Itoyal Hawaiian Hotel.
The following are registered at the Ha
waiian Hotel: II. A. Voorman, A. W.
Smith, A. II. Morris, San Francisco; II.
J. Pratt, Boston; J. E. Ellis and wife, F.
W. Burwell, Jas. Hardie, R. Rose, R. J.
Davis, New Zealand; R. R. Hind and
wife, Kohala; F. B. Baldwin, J. H. Ad
dington, Buffalo; C. Mengerson, Kukui
haele; Miss C. Smith, Oregon; A. B.
Carter, New York ; W. R. Wilson and
Hi Majesty liirtlulay.
Commodore Philip Caduc, of the Pacific
Yacht Club, forwarded by the Alameda
the following reply to the recent invitation
of His Majesty the King:
To His MostGracious Majesty Kalakaua,
King of Hawaii Sir: I have had the honor
to receive by the hand of Colonel John D.
Spreckels, Your Majesty's most gracious
invitation to the Pacific Yacht Club to par
ticipate in the festivities which will cele
brate at the Royal Palace, at Honolulu,
the fiftieth anniversary of Your Majesty's
This most especial mark of favor you
have further enhanced by offering three
most liberal prizes for a competitive ocean
race by the yachts to the scene of your
The Pacific Yacht (.Tub desire me most
respectfully and cordially to thank Your
Majesty for this distinguished honor you
have done them, by your most kind and
generous invitation, but at the same time
express their sincere regret that owing to
the lateness of the season, and that several
of the yachts are already laid up and out of
commission, it will be impossible to accept
Your Majesty's so kindly proffered hospi
tality, and to personally unite with your
court and people in expressing their heart
felt wishes for a long continuance of your
prosperous reign; but although so far dis
tant they join me in wishing you continued
health, a long life and very many happy
returns of the day.
In this hope permit me, sir, to subscribe
myself Your Majesty's most obedient ser
vant, Phillip Caduc,
Commodore of the Pacific Yacht CTbu.
Sa-n Francisco. October l', 188.
The funeral of the late Chiefess Abigail
kalola, daughter of Kalaniulumoku and
Kaapio Kiliamanienie, took place yester
day afternoon. The procession, in which
nearly a thousand persons took place, left
the cottage on Punchbowl street, where
the remains had been lying in state, at 3
o'clock and proceeded to the Kawaiahao
church in the following order: Mr. C. E.
Williams, undertaker; Hon. J L. Kaulu
kou. Marshal of the Kingdom; the hearse
with nine pall bearers and three kahili
bearers on either side; Her Excellency
Lanihau and Mrs. Hoapili Kaauwai, chief
mourners; relatives and friends of the de
ceased. The Hon. E. K. Lilikalini mar
shalled the procession. An immense num
ber of people of all nationalities lined the
route of the procession. Arriving at the
church the body was received by the Revs.
H. H. Parker and J. Waianiau, the organ
pealing forth a funeral march. Amongst
those present in the church were: Their
Majesties the King and Queen, Their Royal
Highnesses the Princesses Liliuokalani and
Likelike, Lieutenant General Hon. J. O.
Dominis, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, His Excel
lencv Governor C. P. laukea, Hon. Major
Samuel Parker, Major A. D. Hayley,
Major J. T. Baker, Quartermaster General
The church was crowded in erery part.
The service was opened with prayer by the
Rev. J. Waiamau, followed by the choir
singing a hymn. After the lesson had
been read the Rev. II. II. Parker delivered
an eloquent and impressive address, in-
I eluded in which was a brief history of the
life of the deceased. The service being
concluded the body was carried to the
Kawaiahao cemetery, and laid in its final
resting place, the choir singing "Nearer
My God to Thee." Kalola was born at
Waimea, Kauai, in 1S10, and was therefore
70 years of age at her death.
Roman Catholic tallieUral.
To-dav. November 1st, being the day of
j All Saints, is observed by the Roman
j Catholic Church as a great holy day of ob
j ligation. High Pontifical Mass at 10 a. m.,
j fallowed by baptism. Confirmation at 3
' p. m.
To-morrow. November -d. is the day of
i t!. i ltncmnration of All Souls. Low
masses at 0 and 7 a. in. High Mass de
Requiem at 9 o'clock. All masses offered
for the relief of all the souls of the dead
detained in purgatory for the expiation of
The wreck of the Dunnottar Castle on
Ocean Island has caused the aggrandize
ment of the Hawaiian monarchy. King
Kalakaua has annexed the island. It is
to be hoped that this violent wrench to the
balance of power will not precipitate a
bloody war between the combined nations
of Europe and the ambitious sovereign of
Hawaii. San Francisco Post.
To REGULATE THE OBSERVANCE OF SUNDAY.
lie it Enacted by the Kinj and the Ltyhlativc Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands in the Legislature of the Kingdom Assembled:
Section 1. All labor ou Sunday is forbidden, excepting
works of necessity or mercy, in which are included all labor
that is needful for the good order, health, comfort or safety
of the community, or for the protection of property from
unforseen disaster, or danger of destruction or. injury, or
which may be required for the prosecution of or attendance
upon religious worship, or for the furnishing of opportunities
of reading or study. Provided, however, that on Sunday
until nine o'clock in the morning, barber shops may be kept
open and fresh meat and fresh tisli may be sold and deliv
ered; that until nine o'clock in the morning and after three
o'clock in the afternoon, milk may be delivered and cattle,
sheep and swine may bo .slaughtered; that during the entire
day meals may be sold to be eaten on the premises where
sold or served elsewhere by caterers, drugs, medicines and
surgical appliances may be sold, personal baggage maybe
conveyed to and from vessels leaving and arriving at port on
that day, that the railroads may on Sunday carry, passengers
to connect with the steamers and public carriages, horse
cars and licensed shoreboats may convey passengers for hire,
and that all labor which may be lawfully performed on Sun
day shall be conducted, as far as. possible, so as not to inter
fere with the right of the community and of each individual
to quiet and repose.
Section 2. All" public amuements, sports, shows and
games on Sunday are hereby forbidden, and no one shall so
prosecute or take part in any recreation, amusement, sport or
game not of a public character, on Sunday, in such a manner
as to interfere with the right of the community and of each
individual to quiet and repose.
Section 3. Any person violating any of the provisions of
the first or second sections of this Act, .shall, on conviction,
be fined not over fifty dollars or be imprisoned not over
Section 4. Xo person sh?.ll serve or execute any civil
process on Sunday, and any such service or execution shall
Section o. Sunday within the meaning of the provisions
of this Act, is the first day of the week and includes the
time between the midnight preceding and the midnight fol
lowing the same day.
Section 6. Section two, three, four, five and six of
Chapter 35 of the Penal Code arc hereby repealed.
Approved this 15 day of October A. L. 1SS0.
Third Year of Publication.
For the Year of Our Lord 1SSG, Containing an
Astronomical, Civil & Ecclesiastic! Calend'r
FOH Til V.
Official and Business
TOG KT II
Full Statistical and General Information
RELATING TO THE HAWN ISLANDS,
Great pains and expense have been gone to by the Publishers to
make this Almanac and Directory the most useful and comprehen
sive work of the kind ever published in the Hawaiian Kingdom. It
will be found invaluable to men of business, travelers and tourists,
and is o-uaranteed a wide circulation at Home and in Foreign Coun
tries. Its Court aud Official Calendar carefully corrected to the lates
Articles of special value to the Islands have neen prepared by ex
pert writers, which are well calculated to beget great interest in
their condition and prospect abroad.
IHE REGl'LAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF
JL the Pacific Hardwire Com j-any (Limited)
will be Leld kt their cflice ou Saturday, October
30. lsSB. at 10 o'clock a. m.
JAMES U. SPENCER, j
Honolulu, October 23, vC. Secretary.
y K A R A N -
Directory of Honolulu
I f (Importer ani Manufacturer Jj
Of all Iisorlptious of
j ROOTS SHOES
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Ordt-rs from the otber Islands solicited.
Xo. 114 Fort St., Honolulu.
1 I A l J V J V J-
C I G- A Ii
Buy Them! Smoke Them! Enjoy Them!
Tbey are a perfect luxury and a preventative of sickness. Buy thtin m you oau 3orJ
dollar's worth, by the box, or even a thousand at a time. It Is savin money.
ENGELBltECHT, SON & CO.,
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21 First Street, Snii lrancisco, Cal.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1886,
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort Street
3ST. S. SVCTrlS, Proprietor-.
The largest assortment of imported pattern NATS and 1JONNKTS ever Injure
exhibited. Also, the latest novelties in TKI.M MINGS.
lyMIW. Af KIXI-S' dressmaking establishment on he premises.
j. e. "wisiiijvrisr,
Campbell's Mock, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Books and accounts and collections attended to promptly.
Hell Telephone 172. I. O. Ilox 315. flutiiHl Tellioue 37U.
LEW IS &d CO.,
Ill Fori Sreet. Iiuporlor anil Jealer In
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Py every steamer from California, and always on hand, a full and eoinplete line of
Provisions, Etc. Etc.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. V. O. V.ok No. L"J7.
VEEY LOW PEICES.
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
H. S. CBOCKEK & CO.,
215,217,211), Bush street, San Franciso.
Stationers, lJriiiters, Litlioraohers
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