PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST 2, 1887.
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
TEBMS Of ArBCBIITIO!V.
Per tQoum 6 00
Six mouths...... :i 00
fer mootb Soc
Nubscrlptlona Payable A I vwty m in
CommuDlcKtlons from all part of the Kingdom
will always be very acceptable.
Persons residing in any part of the United KLau-s
can remit the amount of subscription due by Post
Office money order.
Matttr intended for publication In the editorial
columns .should be addressed to
Kditob Pacific Commkrcial . ovt rtisrr.'
Business communications and advertisements
saould be addressed simply
' P. V. AOVKRTWF.R,
And not to Individual.
T IT IS
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
fs now for sale iiaii.y at the Fnil.w Ir.ir Places :
J. H. aopER - Merchant street
A. M. HEWETT Merchant street
T. U. THRUM Fort street
WM. STRAHLMANN Hawaiian Hotel
Fl e Outs ter Copy.
The Austral in will cast off her u t '.wir
ings to-day under more peaceful con
ditions than on the last occasion. Her
last departure was on July 5th, when she
left a city under arms and the new Con
stitution 8till unsigned.
The assessment of San Diego this
year, exclusive of railroads, is $18,734,
134, against $), 192, 152 last year. In
cluding railroads it is expected to reach
$22,000,000. Property values have been
going up for some years in that county.
f The "Daily Herald" ceased publica
tion on Saturday last, after a career of
eleven months. The "Daily Gazette,"
which is announced to arise out of its
ashes under the same editorship (that of
Mr. D. Logan), is expected to make its
A Shanghai paper publishes a rumor
that the Chinese have received from the
Russians some concessions on the north
ern frontier, and that Russia has aban
doned all designs on Corea. As a set-off
Russia has received the right to trade
throughout all Thibet, with the privilege
of appointing Consuls at certain places.
"A sketch of recent events, being a
short account of the events which cul
minated on June 30, 1887, together with
a full report of the great reform meet
ing," is the title of a pamphlet published
by Mr. A. M. Hewitt, Merchant street.
It contains a retrospect of the iolitical
history of the Hawaiian Kingdom from
the point of view of those who were in
strumental in bringing about the recent
change of Constitution, etc. It oens
with the advent of Moreno and closes
with the mass meeting, which is com
piled from the Press reports published
the next daj What is perhaps the
most useful feature of the look is the
publication in parallel columns of the old
and new Constitutions, so that one can
see at a glance what the innovations
According to a letter from Mr. Mar
tin, Hawaiian Consul General to France
and Belgium, the theory known as the
"Tetrahedral collapse," whereby Mr.
Green, the Premier, some years ago ex
plained the arrangement and forms of
the great continental anil ocean masses of
the earth's surface in his book, "Vestiges
of the Molten Globe," has now been
generally adopted and is currently taught
by the majority of professors of geoloy
in France. "The Friend" states, in re
ply to an inquiry from Mr. Martin, that
the map3 and diagrams for Mr. Green's
new book on volcanic action are nearly
completed, when the work will at once
go to press. It regards the forthcoming
book as one of the most valuable con
tributions of the jeriod to volcanic
science. It is said to be especially full
in facts and.able in discussions respect
ing Hawaiian volcanoes.
v On' the 2rth of July a subscription
was to be open for one day only in Eu
rope and America for a new loan, author
ized by the Directors of the Panama
Canal Company. The shares offered
will have a par value of $100,000,000, but
the loan is to be negotiated at a discount
of 57i per cent, so that if all the bonds
are taken the proceeds will amount to
only $42,500,000. The loan is to run
forty-eight years, with interest at 3 per
cent of the par value. De Lesseps, in a
letter to the shareholders, states that
$20,000,000 of the last emission is still on
hand, but that prudence demands a new
emission in case of a sudden call for
money when political events might
make it ditScult of procurement, and in
order to place the company in a position
to resist any attacks of enemies to the
enterprise. He maintains that with the
sum of $120,000,000 authorized by the
Government the canal can be finished,
or, if not entirely completed, will be
open for traffic on the date fixed. This
loan will raise the obligations of the
company to nearly $400,000,000, and the
annual fixed charges with exenses of
administration will become nearly $20,
000,000. At this rate $42,500,000 "in cash
will not last very long, even with the ad
dition of $20,000,000 said to le on hand.
Sir John Kirk ha retired from the posi
lion of Briti.-h Agent Consul General at
Zanzibar, on account of illties?.
Mr. Stanhope, in the liriti-h House of
Commons, July 0th, denied that the secret
of the Brenan torpedo was divulged in the
description published by "Engineering."
The inter-University cricket match. Ox
ford versus Cambridge, was won by Ox
ford by seven wickets.
Several failures of sugar planter in 11 a
vanna are announced.
The British Government are likely to
propose that County Court Judges should
be empowered to reduce rent-s for fixed
periods in Ireland.
Eton beat Harrow by five wickets in
the University cricket match, July 10th. J3
In the Divorce Court, London, July
10th, the petition aaint Lord Lonsdale
was dismissed, coun.-el admitting that
there had been no adultery.
Four cases of small-pox broke out at
Sydney, N. S. W., July 12th.
Mr. Gladstone has been presented with
a magnificent silver casket front hi Amer
A London dispatch of July 14th says: A
deputation from the Anti-Sugar Bounties
Association will ask the Government to
allow the whole quetion of bounties to be
discussed in the House of Commons.
Mr. Chesson, in a letter in the London
"Times," July 3d, complains ol French
war vessels kidnapping natives from the
New Hebrides and Solomon Islands.
A London dispatch of July loth says:
Sir Henry Holland, not without hesitation,
has decided that the evidence is insufficient
to justify him in removing Sir J. Pope
Hennery from the Governorship of the
Mauritius, but he has cautioned him as to
It is not likely now that any alteration
will be made in the Queen's title, owing to
the coolness of the Colonies about the
Paw, July 15th. Sir G. Berry and Sir
Saul Samuel had a conference yesterday
with the directors of the French Postal
Department, on the q nest ion of the transit
rates on Australian mails, when it was ar
ranged that the latter should report on
the matter to the Minister of Finance,
whose decision will be given a week hence.
The Agents General have therefore modi
fied their plans, and will now await the
reply of the French Government before
proceeding to Rome. The suggestion of
the Ostend route, made by the agents at
the first interview, was used as a means of
pressure, and it is now expected that the
concession akfd for will be granted. The
French Government does not object to a
division of the mail matter, providing the
traffic is guaranteed on the basis of the
convention of 18so.
The Oceanic Company's steamship
Australia sails at noon to-day
for San Francisco. The following pas
sengers are already booked at Messrs.
W. G. Irwin & Co.'s office to leave by
Thos. R. Walker, wife and son. I. O.
Tewksbury and wife, S. Both and son, D.
Choote and wife, L. A. Dickey, A. W.
Goldsmith, W. H. Coney, Dr. Lanig. W.
Todd, J. A. Hopper, Miss M. Hopper, Mrs.
McDonald, Jas. Kenton, Miss E. Renton,
Jas. Mclntyre, Miss M. Mclntyre, Palmer
Woods. Charles Maguire, H. N. McChes
ney, wife and four children, R. Davis, Jas.
Wilder, Mr. Wolfe, Mrs. Hansen and son,
A. Shepard, wife and daiaghter, Charles
Mure, Rev. Geo. Wallace, vifo and chil
dren, Mrs. J. S. McGrew" and 2 children,
Mrs. M. M. Scott and two children; A. E.
Higgins and wife. Mrs. II. Waterhouse,
Misses Nellie and May Waterhouse, Mas
ters Fred and Ernest Waterhouse, Mrs.
Harris and daughter, Mrs. II. Robinson
and maid, A. M. Goldsmith, T. J. Vivian,
Mrs. Denning and daughter, Miss F.
Hirshburg, Miss A. McGown, N. S. Sachs,
Mrs. Haalelea Coney, J. Willis, Miss Wills,
John Mclntyre, Miss Agnes Walker, P. C.
Jones, wife and child, Jas. H. Gibson, W.
J. Wilson, H. Kafer, wife and family, Miss
Agnes Mclntyre, Mrs. M. M. Taylor and
child, Robt. Lewers and wife, Mrs. C. N.
Spencer, Mrs. G. R. Kvart and 2 c hildren,
C McLennan, Mrs. R. McKenzie and 4
children, W. Ulster, wife and child, Carl
Lutz R. Sutherland, and about T0 steerage
CHAMBERS BEFORE PRESTON, J.
Monday, August 1st.
John Lopez vs. Candida dos vies Ban
deim, assumpsit. Claim, $21)5. Jury
waived from July term. Heard, and de
cision reserved till to-day. J una. Austin
for plaintiff, Rev. Cas. Pouzot for de
fendant. BEFORE RICKERTON, J.
Olepau et al. vs. Rahapu et al., bill
for partition of lands near Honokaa,
Hamaku.-t, Hawaii, consisting of 225
acres, originally purchased by Olepau,
Papaiki and Kaikaokiki. Continued
from July 14, 1887, for hearing upon
answer of defendants, represented by
Mr. Kinney. V. C. Achi for plaintiff?,
W. I,. Holokahiki for defendant; J. K.
Maunamauo, W. A. Kinney for other
BEFORE POLICE JtSTICE DAYTON.
Monday, August 1st.
Five cases of drunkenness were dealt
with in the usual way.
Kapiko was arraigned on two charges
of assault and battery one on Richard
Clerk near Smith's bridge, and the other
on a man named Williams near the Em
pire. The latter showed mark of vio
lence. Defendant madedrunkennesshis
excuse. In the one case he was fined
$10 and $1 10 costs, and in the other $15
and $1 20 costs.
Ah hum, alias Law Lun. was charged
with selling liquor without a license
within the month last past. Paul Neu
mann for defendant. Continued to the
Ah Ho was charged with the larceny
of two fowls, valued at 2, on the night
of Sunday, and wa remanded to the 4th
Ahana was charged on remand with
assault ami batter'.' on a Chinaman on
the 16th. Paul Neumann for the do
fene. Fined $-5 and $3 40 costs.
J. Dias, threatening language towards
Modiera. Nolle pros. Defendant
Kail nay Accident ar fcjilney.
OnJune22da train containing 400 ex
cursionist, for the Hawkesbury met with an
accident at Peat's Ferry shortly after leav
ing that place. The Westinghouse-Horns-by
brake failed. The train was too heavy
for the light engine, and attained a
velocity of seventy miles an hour down
the steep declivity. The guard applied the
brakes, but without avail, and a points
man seeing the danger of the whole train
running into the river, turned it on to the
siding where it dashed into some trucks.
The two carriages nearest the engine were
telescoped, and the engine fell over the
bank into the river. Wilson, the criver;
Rennie, the engineer; Harry Hankins,
clerk; a young man and two girls (names
unknown) were killed. Fully forty people
As soon as the news of the accident came
to hand, a relief train with doctors was
dispatched to Peat's Ferry. The driver,
Wilson, fell under the engine and was
buried in the river mud. The fireman had
a miraculous escape. Three persons died
almost instantaneously, and two others
succumbed during the night.
The wounded were taken to Sydney,
some being admitted to the hospital.
Had it not been for the presence of
mind of the pointsman, the whole train
would have run into the river, and the re
sult would have been disastrous beyond
The August number of "The Friend"
is full of interest. On tlie opening page
is an article describing the Hawaiian
Kingdom as an "Anglo-Saxonizing ma
chine," its institutions, civilization and
dominant language all being of British
origin, as in the United States. The ar
ticle goes on to point out to the native
Ieople that their true interest lies in a
recognition of this inevitable tendency.
A dispassionate statement of the salient
features of the late crisis for the benefit
of foreign readers ; a notice of Professor
Dana's visit and other matters of local
and denominational interest are dealt
Honolulu to the Aiorei.
Messrs. J. E. Brown & Co., 23 Mer
chant street, agents for the Burlington
Railway across America, received by the
Australia special powers to book passen
gers through from Honolulu to the fol
lowing ports in the Azores Islands, viz :
Flores, Fayal, St. George, Terceira and
Connections are established at Boston
with regular traders to the Azores, and
arrangaments are being made with a line
of French steamers eastward bound
from New York to call at the Azores to
land passengers. By taking tickets at
Honolulu a considerable reduction on
fares is made. Bulletin.
ftonrtl of Ilealtb Appointments.
The President of the Board of Health
announces several important appoint
ments in our "By Authority" column.
Mr. W. J. Roche will fill the office of
Secretary, Dr. Dugald Campbell that of
Government Physician for the District of
Waimea, Kauai; Dr. Benjamin D. Bond
for the District of Kohala, Hawaii, and
Dr. Charles A. Peterson for the District
of Lahaina, Maui, and for the Islands of
Molokai and Lanai.
Breakfast at the I'Alace.
Captain Oxley and the officers of H.
B. M. S. Conquest were entertained at
breakfast by His Majesty at Iolani Pal
ace yesterday morning. The Royal Ha
waiian Band was in attendance.
The .Vow Constitution.
The P. C. Advertiser office has
printed the new Constitution in pam
phlet form. It is inserted in the "Hono
lulu Almanac and Directory," which
also contains the old Constitution, and
will be old at the old price fifty cents
Rather Unruly Lately.
Every foot we travel in a railroad train
wives us a greater danger iu some other
means of conveyance which is less secure.
Our locomotive is not an animal that shies
it each Mowing leaf, or that takes its bits in
its teeth and gets away from us. It is a piece
Df machinery, absolutely controllable, rolling
ap and down on a smooth, sure foundation
sure except in case of some extraordinary oc
currence less likely to occur in your case and
nine than a stroke of lightning. Nobody is
absolutely safe in this world, but we are
relatively safe in a car. Boston Transcript.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BUSINESS
1 hitherto carried on by Akang and Koo Nang,
doing business under the firm name of Tai Lung,
at hj Nuuanu street, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
was sold and transferred on the 28th July, 1S8T,
to Kai Lum and Kam Chow, and that they both
have engaged as Manager Yor Kee, who has their
full power of attorney. Any notes or accounts
previously due to or due by the late firm, Tai
Luug. will heucsforth be negotiated by the said
Yor Kee. Akan and Koo Nang will no longer
take any part in the business.
75aug3 KAM CHOW.
XJ doui my brother, Goom Wun (G. Awanaj,
! has full power of attorney to act for rue.
1M aug:i GOO YORK .;G,
HUE WAIKIKI RESIDENCE OF MR. FRED H.
Hayfelden, situated at Kaplolam Park, te-
tween the residences of Hon. W. G Irwin and
Mr. Frank Brown, is offered for rent, lease or
sale. Also the premises adjoialng the Hawaiian
Opera House, Pa. ace riquare. For te.ms apply to
the undersigued. FKLD 11. HAYSELDtN.
J ifROYAL KS'flt J NJ
This powder ne ver vari?s. A marvel or purity.
than theor'lir.i-rv kinds, and cannot be sold in com
petitio j with the multitude of low-test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Soi.DONT.Tn
WM. TfOLEMAS A CO., Agents,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. M-wtt
5 M Ultf
2E2 3J3 Y 9
(The Only ElIbU Blood Purifier.)
jl specific for
3crofuIa9 Salt Rheum,
Neuralgia, Ring Worrr
nd all other Skin and Blood Disease:
IT REOtTLATES THB
LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
urei Indgestton and all dlaaea arising- fro
aa enfebled ooadltloa or the yatcin.
Da. Maktine, of London, the eel
;ted specialist, says of PARDEE
JMEDT : " I havo used it for twen
ars for Blood Diseases, such :
j of ula, Salt Rheum, Teter and Cance
. 1 1 cannot recommend it too highly
The Rev. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Ko"'
una, says: " PARDEE'S REMEL
a wonderful medicine for the Riot
.ive prescribed it hundreds of tin
Leprosy, and when, given in tii
always cured the patient. I c.
-Ay say that Leprosy will never bre
"on persons who take Faroe.
v" DY regularly, and I advise all p
. . x'i zing in countries where I-epro
.evalent to take Pardee's Reme;
! SALE BY ALL DRUP.njRTS IN HONOLUL
N. F. BURGESS,
Expressman & Drayman,
84 KING STREET,
Telephone No. 202.
Waikiki Batli House!
MR. W, CROOKS HAVING TAKEN CHARGE
of the Waikiki Bath House, beg" to inform
the public that he will run the place as a first,
class bathiDe resort.
MRS. CROOKS will attend to the la3y patrons
of the placf-, and every effort will be made to
mate it attractive. 716-JylS
OEDING'S JSAGdAGE EXPUESS
M. 3T. Mints. PKOI.,
Deliver Baggage and Freight of Every Descrip
tion with Promptness and Dinpaten.
Oflicc, $1 Kinsr Stroll. Both Tele-
Residence. 11" JViiiiuhii Street. Bell
Telephone for lteilenee, 3.
Practical Plumber, Gasfitter
71 King Street, HodoIuIu, H. I.
HOLME AXD Mill
JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Plumb
ing Goods of all kinds alwavs on hand.
PA LA OTsTl ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer iuevervkind of
leh, hall. Smoked. I'leUIeil and
Removed to Clav-St. Market, 515-517 Merchant St.
SAN FRANCISCO. CT7iny:i!'Sa
WEXXER & CO.
92 Fort .Street.
Have on hand New Foreign and Homemade
Watches, IJracoltls, eklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And ornaments of all kinds.
Silvar aai Gold Plate
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Set.
Suitable for Presentation.
Repairing In U Ha branches.
te Sole Agents for King's Eye Presivers.
Filmiiflrter M Manufacturer
Of all Descriptions of
DOTS & SHOES
CT Orders from the other Ihlands sjllclte'!.
Ko, 114 Fort St., Honolulu.
nri ri xS-
4 CANE, WITH HORSE"S HEAD OF SILVER.
Finder will be rewarded by returning same
to P. C. ADTaaniia office. 754jy26tf
Oceanic Steamship Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tie above port on
For freight or passage apply to
Wm. G. Irw in & Co.,
ON SALE AT THE
QUAKER MIR Y,
OCR. KING AND ALAKEA STREETS,
Ex S. S. Australia,
BARTLET PEARS, PEACHES, MUS
CAT GRAPES, EATING & COOK
ING FRESH APPLES, CRAB
A PPL ES , C II E R R 1 E S ON
ICE, GERM AN PRUNES
At Lowes Prices. 756jy27tf
L. B. KEER,
M F. R C II A N T
27 Merchant Street,
rlasj lately received from Enlantf.JTa. large
Comprising the largest and most varied tock
ever opened out in Honolulu, all person
ally selected by Mr. Kerr at the
Cloth and ' Trimmings
For Rale to the Tr.tde and others.
Hell Telephone, So. 4. P.O. Bo 306.
L. B. KERB,
LAWN TENNIS SETS.
COMPLETE CRICKET SETS.
For Men and Children.
Fire Arms anil Ammunition
Of all kinds. And complete stock of
At Beil Bock Prices,
AT MRS. THOS. LACK'S,
?4jjr20tf 61 FORT RTREET.
4 T THE FOURTH OF JULY BALL. A BLACK
j threes-cornered shawl. The finder will
confer a favor by leaving the same at this ofioe.
Look out for New Announcement in a Few Days.
Popular Millinery House,
104 iFovt St., Honolulu.
1ST. S. SACHS, IPi-oDrietor.
W. S. LUCE,
WljNrJS lsTD SIZJRIT MERCHANT,
CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BLOCK, MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU-
Has justreceivetl from Europe per "Hercules,"
200 Cases Guiuess' Extra
Bottled by M. B.
ALSO FINE ASSORTMENT OF
HOCK .AJN"D CLARET.
These Wines were especially selected for Y.
THK FINEST ASSORTED STOCK CF
CHAMPAGNES, ALES, WINES, ETC.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
QySpecial attention drawn to the celebrated Wines
and Medium), WHITE PORT, SHERRY, etc.
Rum Punch the
The Leadinir Millinery House
Chas. J. Fishel.
COR. FORT &. HOTEL STS.
For two Weeks Only
will take place
All our remnants will De placed on the
i Counter, and marked way down.
In Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats, we are prepared to ofl'er BIG
Remnants in all departments.
Come and t?re what we offer you next
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Load 1112: Millinery House.
At all honrs day and night, with competent
drivers and steady horses.
TO LET !
SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES, WAG
ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS
With good, reliable hortet.
Having Just received a fine lot of
Horses from California,
We are prepared to offer extra inducements to
parties wanting Family, Road, Express or Dray
Ilorses. Guaranteed as represented or no sale.
Prices to suit the times. RING LP 32, or apply to
MILES & HAYLEY,
727Ja24tf Hawaiian Hctel Stables,
FOSTER A SONS.
S. Luce, and are far
into this market.
superior to any ever
MALMSEY, MADEIRA (Dry
w iu. a. It win.
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.,
Draw Kxchange on the principal partaof tn
Will receive deposits on open account, make
collection and conduct a ir"ii.ral hanking and
Cepoaiu bearing Interest received In their Sav
Ingn Department subject to published rules and
MAOFARLANE & C0-,
era! Jobbers In W'lNES and LIQUOK4.
HT. 12 Kaaliuinanii Mroel,
OLACS 8PCKKI.S. WM. O IBWlJf.
WM. 0. IRWIN & Co.,
tJ AtiKXTS. Honolulu
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
Importer anil WbolcHnle malr iu
Clothing, Boots, Hhoes, Hals, Men's Furnish
! lug and Faucy Hoods. No. 1 1 Kaabumanu Street
.' Honolulu, M. 1. afitf-wtl
H. HACKTELD & CO.,
G i:r.UA I. COM.M ISNIOX AOEATS.
26 tf Queen Kt., Honolulu, H.I.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
Importers & Commission Merchants.
Queen Htreet, Honolulu. H. I. 27-tf
COCKSFOOT, RYE ORASS, ENG
LISH RED CLOVER, COW
THE ATTENTION OF ALL INTERESTED IN
Improving the pasture lands of the Iklauds
I is called to tt:e above valuable seeda, which we
oner for sale in Jots to r.uit pnrcnascrs.
W'e have also on hand ssrrple lots of White
Clover, English Alsyke, Timothy, Rib Orass.
(.'rested Dor's Tall, 'la.l Fescue, Italian Rye
Grasi anil Lucerne se'ds, which we offer In
small lots for trial, and -will also receive orders
I for quantities of sot K4 than half a ton w sight,
ana execute same witn aispatcn.
717-junel9tfdAw WM, O, IRWIN & CO.
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