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7 MY AV'VUOnVSY. CHU ON & CO., THE KAIMILOA. RELIGIOUS SERVICES, ETC. Skdwrtiirinrst?. 'lianilerlliiH ofliee. Office of II. M.'s Chambeulais, September 22, 18"7. J The Court will go into mourning for Ilia late Royal Highness Prince Edward Keliiahonui from this date until one week from the day of the funeral. CURTIS P. IAUKEA, If. M.'s Chamberlain. ('liamberlHiir iiiUvv. Office of II. M.'h Chambeiilain, ) September 22, 17. J The funeral of His late Royal Highness Prince Edward Keliiahonui will take place from Iolani Palace on Sunday next, the 23th instant, at 2 o'clock p. in. CURTIS P. IAUKEA, at II. M.'s Chamberlain. It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint the following gentlemen to be members of the Board of Health: Dr. Ji. B. Emerson, President, His Excellency L. A. Thurston, Hon. W. E. Rowell, Hon. J. T. Waterhonse Jr., The Board of Health is now constituted as fol lows: Dr. N. B. Emerson, President; His Excellency L. A. Thurston, Br. Geo. Trousseau, Hon. W. E. Rowell, Hon. J. T. Waterhonse Jr. Iolani Palace, September 19, 187. lw overmiieiit Loau. Notice is hereby given that application for any portion of the new loan, up to 5200,000, will now be received at the Hawaiian Treasury. The bonds to be issued under the authority of the Acts approved on the 1st of September, 1886, and 15th of October, 188C, and bear interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, and are exempt from all Government taxes whatso ever. W. L. GREEN, Minister of Finance. Honolulu, August lfi. 1887. 792ausrl7tf L'O ItT OF HONOLULU, H. I. AKKIVALN. Friday, September 23. It II M S Kaimiloa; Jackson, 32 days from Samoa Stmr C R Bishop, from a circuit of Oahu Strar J A Cummins, Neilson, from Waialua and Waiauae Stmr "Waimanalo, from 'Wa.ianae Stmr Ewa, from Ewa OKPAKTLKE!". Friday, September 211. Stmr Lehua, Clarke, for Kaunakakai, Lauai and way ports Sehr Mokuola, for Ewa Vessels Laviutr Totlay. Am bktne 8 G Wilder, A II Paul, for San Francisco, at 2 p m Am bark St Lucie, J T Erskine, for Puget Sound iASNi;;i:!ts. ARRIVALS. From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G Hall, Sept i:8d His Honor Justice L McCully, A P Peterson, J S Emerson, V C Aehi, Wm Kimo, Miss Katie H Redlngton.J McCandless, Mrs L Poor, Capt Fehlbehr, A de Brettev.lle, wife and child, Mrs V S Chaney and child, F Dunn, Mrs H Fisher and child, S Kamaiopili, L Kane, 109 deck passengers, including 6 prisoners. From Waialua, per stmr C R Bishop, Septem ber 23d Hon H A Widemann, H Lose, II W Schmidt, Mrs AV R Holt and child, Wai E Pii, T N Pii and 10 deck passengers. Mill 111 Xd SOTEN. The schooner Anna has probably arrived at Kahului, Maui, from San Francisco during the week. The American clipper barkentine S. G. Wilder. Captain A. H. Paul, sails at 2 o'clock this after noon for San Francisco with about 1,000 tons sugar, 500 cases fish oil and 400 bales wool. Mr. and Mrs. Crooks and several others will leave by her. The steamer W. G. Hall arrived September 23d from Maui and Hawaii with 1,430 bags sugar, 217 bags awa. 18 basa corTee, 37 hides, 127 passen gers, 3 horses and 100 packages sundries. The steamer Surprise leaves next Monday for Hilo and way ports. r The bark Ceylon has been moved to Wilder's wharf to receive sugar. The steamers Kiuau, Likelike and Mokolii are due this morning, and the steamers Mika hala, Kilauea Hou aud Waialeale to-morrow morning. The brigantiue W. G. Irwin should be along to-day from San Francisco. The barkeutine Klikiiat is now due from Port Townsend with lumber. H. H. M. S. Kaimiloa, Commander George E. Gresley Jackson, arrived September 23d at 3 p. til., about 32 daj-s from Samoa, and wasauchored iu the stream inside of H. B. M. S. C ormorant. There are now six men-of-war in port one Hawaiian, two British and three American. The steamer C. R. Bishop arrived September 2Sd from a eircuit of this island with 400 bags rice, 73 bunches bananas aud 40 hides. She will leave again next Monday morning. The steamer Waimanalo brought 10 passengers 1,000 orangers and sundry merchandise from Waialua and Waianae. The American barkentine St. Lu:ie, Captain Jas. T. Erskine, is expected to leave to-day in ballast for Puget Sound. The steamers James Makce, Iwalani, Waima nalo and J. A. Cummins will leave next Monday for their respective ports. Tlie e I'nion Church. Several meetings have been held to perfect the union of Fort-street and Bethel Churches. No name has yet been agreed upon. Grace, Calvary and Bethany are some of the names pro prosed; Union, First Central, Mission, have also been urged. The brief creed prepared by Kuv. Dr. Beckwith has been adopted; as also the covenant and the constitution, prepared by the com mittee. The by-laws and the form of charter proposed are yet to be con sidered and adopted. The indications are favorable for a strong, harmonious and successful church organization. Kev. E. G. Beckwith, D.D., has sent in his resignation of the pastorate of the Third Church, San Francisco, and is preparing to come soon to Honolulu to take the pastorate of the new union church, to whicli he has been invited by the membership now organizing. Bulletin, Importer nut! Dealer In Chinese and JHpaum (iowli, 42 Xuunnu Street. Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin, Crai?, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and Hemstitched Silk and Grass-cloth Hand kerchiefs, Silk and Crape Shawls and Scarfs. A great variety of Japanese and Chi nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac quered Wares. Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoiseshell Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and Jewelry Cases. Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with tiger claws, cat-eyes and amber, such as Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Neck laces, etc. An assortment of Chinese and Japan ese nick-nacks and curiosities too mini erous to stecify. Chinese Matting a specialty. Also, just received, ex Hawaiian bark 'Lilian," a large invoice of Ebony and Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs and Settees. A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and Bamboo Goods, etc. The public is respectfully invited to inspect our goods. 768 feb2 SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES. Bargains can now be obtained at the Popular Millinery House during the ab sence of the proprietor, Mr. N. S. Sachs. Hats, trimmed and untrimrued, at half price, at Sachs' store, in order to make room for the new stock. The most wonderful values in ladies' and misses' trimmed and untrirnmed hats ever offered in Honolulu are at Fisher's leading Millinery House. During my absence the entire stock will be offered at reduced prices in order to make room for the new stock. N. S. Sachs. Come to-morrow and bring your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from 50c up, at Chas. J. Fishel's lead in Millinerv House. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Ouda to-night. The Kaimiloa hath come. Baseball match this afternoon. All-Star matinee this afternoon. Another performance this evening. So the Kaimiloa beat the Mariposa. The Mokolii arrived at 11 :30 o'clock last night. There is a Samoan on board the Kai miloa. David Moehonua returned on the Kai miloa. No band concert at Emma Square this afternoon. The steamers Kinau and Likelike are due this morning. ' Captain Fehlbehr's portly figure will be seen on the streets again to-day. Mr. Justice McCully returned from Kau by the W. G. Hall yesterday. The crew of the Kaimaloa caught six sharks on the voyage up. The Cabinet has decided to convene the Legislature on Thursday, November 3d. Six prisoners were brought down from Hawaii by the steamer W. O. Hall yester day. Go and hear Mr. Walter Lemaa recite at the Blue Ribbon entertainment this even ing. At 10 o'clock this morning Mr. James F. Morgan will sell the household furniture at the residence of James Keau, King street. O. Carson Kenyon, late Government School Teacher at Waiahole, on this island, leaves on the next mail steamer for the Colonies. Be sure and take the children to the grand matinee of the All-Star Novelty Company this afternoon at the Hawaiian Opera House. At a meeting of the Board of Education, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Needham were ap pointed to take charge of the Reformatory School from November 1st. j It is reported that James Keau is going to Samoa on the next mail steamer to help Bush to straighten out Samoan affairs. Hope James won't talk the Samoans to death. A water pipe, which is exposed on the untinished portion of Kinau street, oppo site Mr. Rewcastle's house, has been leak ing freely for nearly three weeks to our knowledge, and how much longer we know not. It is about time the leak was stopped. The ladies of the Portuguese Benevolent Association will hold a fair for the benefit of the association at the Armory, Bere tania street, on Thursday, October 20th. Ladies who have kindly offered to assist in the fancy department will please send in their offerings as early as their convenience will permit them. It 1 ue Ribbon League. The following is the programme to be given this evening at the Y. M. C. A. Hall, under the auspices of the Blue Ribbon League : Piano Solo Miss Maggie Hopper Reading F. J. Lowrey Song Miss Laurita Dickson Recitation Walter Leman Song Miss Jennie Grieve Song Address W. R. Castle All are invited. The ' Honolulu Almanac and Directory" for 1887 is now on sale at J. H. Soper's and A. M. Hewett's news depots, and at this office. Price, 60 cents. Mie Arrive Rafelj' lu Port From Nmiii on. The long-looked for Kaimiloa arrived in jort yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock and was anchored in the stream. She was thirtv-two days coming from Sa moa. Head winds and calms were ex perienced most of the passage. She was signalled at twenty minutes to 11 o'clock in the morning off Barber's Point, and it took her four hours and a quarter to reach port. The wharves were lined with spectators anxious tu get a glimpse at the vessel. As soon as she came to anchor an officer from the British and one from the American men-of-war in port boarded her and paid their respects to Captain Jackson. Di rectly they were gone a representative of the Advertiser stepped on board and hailed the Captain. He was looking fairly well, and we are sorry to say that his right handappears to be paralysed, as he was almost unable to use it. Capt. Jackson has evidently had a hard time of it. Sam Malkai was a prominent figure on the deck. In answer to questions Sam said he had enjoyed himself ; did not marry a Samoan woman ; was glad to come home to get some poi ; that J. E. Bush would soon be King Malietoa's Prime Minister; that the stories about the officers and crew getting on a spree were not true. Frank Jerome, Lieutenant of the Ma rines, looking as happy as a lark, was the next to be questioned. He said he was very hungry and wanted some poi and fish, as they had been having too much salt beef. He was not sorry that he had made the trip. If he had stayed on the vessel a year or so longer he would have been able to run a navy himself. It was true, he said, that one of the crew tried to blow up the ship. The fellow was caught in the nick of time, and, said Frank, it would have surprised you if you had seen how quickly I got the irons on him. Seven of the crew deserted the vessel at Samoa. The German man-of-war Adler followed us wherever we went, but we did not mind that. Our vessel was made very welcome at Samoa. David Moehonua said he was sick'1 nearly all the way up, the vessel rolled so. It is very warm at Samoa, more so than in Hawaii. Five sailors and two marines deserted. They did not see a single vessel or any land after leaving Samoa. Five German men-of-war were in port when they left. Mr. Bush ap pears to be quite a favorite with King Malietoa. The Germans provide Ta mase's followers with firearms, and there is a probability of a fight. At this point the gig was lowered, and Captain Jackson went ashore, and the reporter finding he could get no more news also left the vessel. r The Teachers' Examination. The result of the teachers' examina tion, recently held in this city, is given below, the names appearing in the order of standing as regards general averages : RECEIVED TWO YEARS' CERTIFICATES. Miss Nannie Needham. Miss Hattie Needham. Mrs. Altaian. RECEIVED ONE YEAR'S CERTIFICATES. Mr. Armstrong Smith. Mr. J . Lightfoot. Miss M. Babcock. Miss B. Barnard. Miss Nellie Brown. Miss F. Winter. Miss M. Walker. Miss A. Walker. Miss Isabella Lihman. Five candidates received three months' certificates. Funeral of Prince Edward. The funeral of .His late Highness Prince Edward Abel Keliiahonui will take place from Iolani Palace Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The service is in charge of the Right Rev. the Bishop of Honolulu, the musical portion under the direction of the organist of St. Andrew's Cathedral. The surpliced choir and the Kawaihau Club will sing. The remains will be laid in the Royal mausoleum, Nuuanu Valley. For Man Francisco. The following passengers are booked to leave by the Mariposa: H. Water house, C. II. Wallace, Mrs. Goodman and child, M. Green, R. J. Lillie and wife, Mrs. S. W. Wilcox, J. W. Lane, wife and child, T. C. Porter and wife, Miss A. Erlich, C. Burnham, J. B. Atherton, W. S. Dubois and C. J. Deer- ing- The following are booked to leave by the Australia next Tuesday : W. Fen nell, W. C. King, Dr. C. II. Crawford, Chas. Booth, Mrs. Booth, Mrs. Dr. Bor land and two children, Mrs. C. P. Wood and two daughters, Mrs. II. Gunn and infant, Captain Hobron and wife, the Misses Van Oterendorp, Dr. J. Brodie, wife and two children. Chicago September 12. Senator Charles B. Farwell was interviewed to day by a representative of the "Daily News" regarding the suggestion that his naufc be used m the next Republican National Convention as Chicago's candi date tor the President of the United States. Farwell was loth to say any thing, but persistent efforts finally over came his reserve and he made answer that it would he time enough to consider what action he would take when his name was indorsed by the convention. The services at St. Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow will be: Holy Communion, tj.oO o'clock a. m. Matins with sermon, at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Preacher, the Rev. H. H. Gowen. Hawaiian evensong at 3:30 p. in. Preacher Rev. Alex. Mackin tosh. Evensong, with sermon by the Bishop at 0 p. in. Seats are un appropriated. Second Congregation: Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor, in charge. Morning prayer, with sermon at 11:15 a. m.; evening prayer, with sermon, at 7:30 p. m. Sunday-school meets at 10 a. m. Seats free at all services. Chinese Congregation, Rev. II. II. Gowen in charge. Morning prayer, with sermon, at 11:15 a. m. Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Evening prayer, with ser mon, at 7 :30 p. m. Fort-street Church Services at 11a.m. and 7:30 o'clock p. m. Sun day school at 10 a. m. Roman Catholic Cathedral. G and 7 a. m., low mass with Holy Communion; 10 a. m., high mass, with sermon either in Hawaiian, Portuguese or English, alternating according to the three prin cipal different nationalities of the church ; 2 p.m., rosary and catechism; 4:30 p. m., instruction and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Kaumakapili Church. Rev. J. Waia mau, pastor. Sunday-school at 9 :30 a. m. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Kawaiahao Church. Rev. II. II. Parker, pastor. Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible Class in the parlor at 9 :45 a. m., con ducted by the General Secretary. Gos pel Praise Service at 6:30 p. m. Chinese Church. Fort street, near corner Beretania. Mr. To Teng Ue, evangelist. Chinese Sunday-school, 9 :30 a. in. Chinese and English Sunday-school, 2:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Bible class in Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 6 :30 p. m. LATEST NEWS. CniCAC,o,September8. The "Times' ' Montreal special ot September 7th says : The Government organ in Canada has the following to-day, and it is official : It is understood on excellent authority that although the exact working of the Fisheries Commission is not known here, still sufficient of its nature has been ascertained to warrant the assump tion that it will not be strictly confined to consideration of the fisheries question proper, and that the scope of the com mission will be sufficiently large to en able the commissioners to exercise dis cretionary powers to consider and report upon commercial questions. Thus the whole matter relating to the fisheries, including any measure in the way of reciprocal arrangements for the inter change of commodities, mutual rear rangement of certain trade relations be tween the United States and Canada may, it is believed, become subjects for consideration by the commission. This will be a cause for congratulation, as it leads to the hope that through the in strumental ity of the commission an amicable and satisfactory settlement on a permanent basis of this long pending question may be arrived at. London, September 7. Commenting on the invitation received by Gladstone from the Executive Committee to attend the centennial celebration at Philadel phia of the adoption of the American Constitution, the "Times" says: Eng lishmen will not fail to gratefully recog nize the kindly feeling that prompted the invitation. We are sorry, as Gladstone was chosen, that he is unable to accept, but find it difficult to discover how the conclusion was arrived at that Gladstone was peculiarly fitted to represeut Eng land on such an occasion. We should hardly select Blaine to represent the United States if an English celebration were in question. Washington, September ,12th. The application of the Governor of Illinois for the extradition of McGarigle, the fugitive Chicago ex-Warden, which has been received at the Department of State, will be reserved for the personal consideration of Secretary Bayard when he returns to the city. As a rule, action upon applications for extradition papers is purely formal, the preliminaries to granting the request consisting merely of an examination into the extradition treaties to ascertain if the offense charged falls within their tenrs, but it is under stood that the present application is based upon charge of conspiracy, for which no provision is made in the ex isting treaty with Canada. A legal point of gravity is involved in the appli cation, and its consideration may, there fore, occupy some time. Berlin, September 12th. Prince Bis marck gave an audience on Saturday to several merchants, manufacturers and others who are interested in colonial en terprises. Paris, September 12th. Prince Na poleon's book, "The Life of Napoleon I.," from private letters in the Bona parte family, never yet published, ap pears next. Thursday. Berlin, September 10. The manu facturers of rolled iron have founded a syndicate with the object of increasing prices. The combination will begin operations the 1st of October. V... f...i risT DR. PARDEE'S (Thi Oal y BtlUbl Bloo:l Purifier.) JL SPECIFIC JFOIZ Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Houralgia, Ring Worm md all other Skin and Blood Diseases. IT 3tXQTJIlTX3 THS LIVER AND KIDNEYS. v ures Iadccatten and all 4Uea arttlar frort a af ebled ooa&ttloa of the ajatem. Dr. Martine, of London, the cele brated specialist, says of PARDEE'S . tSMEDY : " I have used it for twenty ars for Blood Diseases, such a rofula, Salt Kheum, Teter and Cancer nd I cannot recommend it too highly.' The Kev. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Kong hina, says: "PARDEE'S REMED i a wonderful medicine for the Blood have prescribed it hundreds of time. r Leprosy, and when given in tim c always cmvd the patient. V vai jt'ely say that Leprosy will never break !it on persons who take Pardee'; i'medy regularly, and I advise all ei !ir ii'ing in countries where Iepros prevalent to take Pardee's Ke3u:iv : a preventive." TOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS IN HONOLULU 81decldw PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser STEAK BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE 1 prepared to Jo all kind of Commercial & Lea! Work Having juat Received a Complete and New Assortment of Job Types aud OrDameuts Of the Latest Styles, from the most Cele bra ted Foundries of the United Statot, and employing only Experienced and Taatv Workmen, we are prepared to turn out Letter Mends. Bill Heads. Circulars. Note Heads, Stateneuts, lllllMOf' I,adfMjr, Cod tracts. aiorfraj?e JBlauks, Leases, Shipping Contracts. (In Hawaiian & Engllth) Calendars, Blank Checks, Stork Certiflcaten. HnMiness Cards. Meal Checks, Milk Tickets, Hank Checks Orders, Receipts, .tjarriaare Certificates. Diplomas, Catalogues, Blotting lals iVnd in fact everything which a first-clas office can do. THE Club House Dinta Rooms, Lincoln Block, Kiujf Street, Will re-open for business on SATURDAY, August 27th. The upstairs portion of the house will be con- rtnrtudAM a. PRIVATE DINING ROOM, where a t most attractive bill of fare will be served up. Rate per week 87 OO Single Meals .... 50 rents Dovrn stairs will be provided with the best value in town. Ftnte per week - - - - 81 50 Wiuyle Meals ... 25 riit TERMS CASH. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. GEORGE CAVENAGII, SOltapa MANAGER. The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. Death claims paid in lSi'i 1UU percent Assets. January 1, 1S.S7 175.M0.472 76 Liabilities, 4 per cent basi . . ;,lf4,6l7 00 Surplus, 4 percent L:ims $1;,.T&,S?5 Ttf The surplus is bused on the conservative assumption that only 4 per cent interest will be realized on investments. Assuming that 4.1. per cent will be real ized, it amounts to $Jw.4Ji',l73 TU. tJ-The .SirUPU'S. on everv basis of valuation, IS LAKliKK THAN THAT OF ANY OTHKK COM TAN Y IN THE WOULD. New assurance in IS; $111,540,203 00 Larger than that of any other conifauy. Outstanding assurance 411.779.0JV3 00 Larger tiiu that of any other company. Paid policy holders in lss.. S.33t,(X7 90 Paid policy holders since or ganization J,547,7$3 53 Total income 19,873,733 19 Premium income 1(,272,154 t2 Larger than that of any other company. IMPROVEMENT DURING THE YEAR. Increase of prem. Income 12,810,47s 40 Increase of surplus, 4 percent 2,493,636 63 Increase of aast-ts 8,957,085 26 Poiiciea issued on all the plana, with all the guarantees and concessions. lor fun particu lars apply to ALEX. J. CARTWKIGHT, 632 may!2 '88 No. a Kaahumanu street. I If (IHUIUI CARRIAGE COMPANY. FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES At all hours day and night, with competent drivers and steady horse. TO JL, E T ! SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES, WAG ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS AND BRAKES, With good, reliable horses. 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 Horses. Guaranteed as represented or no sale. Prices to suit the times. RING UP 32, or apply to MILES & 1IAYLEY, 727Je24tf Hawaiian Hotel Stables. JOHN PHILLIPS, Practical Plumber, Gaslitter AND Coppersmith, 71 King Street, Honolulu, II. I, lIOl.Ni: AND Mill JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Bath Tuba, Water Closets. Wash Dowls, Plumb ing Goods of all kinds always on hand. 70ft-Juuel5tf Australian Mail Service. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The new and fine Al steel steamehip MARIPOSA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be du. at Honolulu from Hydney and Auckland on or about September 23, 1887, And will leave for the abve port with malls and passengers ou or about that date. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., AOKNTS. For Sydney and Auckland, The new and tine A 1 steel steamship "ALAMEDA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu i rom San Franclfico or or about September 30, 1887. And will have prompt dispatcn with malls and passengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC COMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co., AOENTH ON SALE AT THE California Market, Corner Kliisr aiil Alakca twM Ex S. S. Australia, BARTLETT PEARS, PEACHES, MUS CAT GRAPES, EATING and COOK ING FRESH APPLES, CRAB APPLES, CHERRIES ON ICE, GERMAN PRUNES GREENGAGES, etc. At lowest prices. Itb'20 '87 Mutual Telephone Xo. 378. ED. HOFFSCHLAEGKER & CO. Importer A Commission Merchant Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. 27-t MAOFARLANE & C0-, rilOLKSAI.E DKALFRN AND UK eral Jobbers In WINKS aud LIQUOR No. 12 Haabmnsnu Ntreet. HONOLULU, aS-tl Mi 5m