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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 3, 1887.
1 i BY AUTHORITY Government Loan. Notice is hereby given that application for any portion of the new loan, tip to $200,000, 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, 1886, 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 16, 1887. 792ausrl7tf POUT OF HONOLULU, H. 1. Satukday, October 1. Stmr Likelike, Da vies, from Maul and Hawaii Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai Stnir J A Cummins, Neilson, from Koolau, Oahu Stmr lwalani, Cameron, from Hamakua, Ha waii Am brgtne W G Irwin, McCulloch. 20 days from San Francisco Scbr Waioli, from Euau Sunday, October 2. Stmr Kinan, Lorenzen. from Maui and Hawaii Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, from Kauai Stmr Surprise, from Hawaii Stmr Kilauea Hou, from Hamakua Haw bk James A King, Berry, 22 days from Puget Sound Schr Moi "Wahine from Hamakua Schr Luka from Hamakua DEPART I Iti:S. Sunday, October 2. OSS Adams, KempfT, for Samoa vessels i.eHviutr To-day. Stmr L.ehua, Clarke, for Molokai, at 5 p m Stmr C II Bishop, Chaney, for Koolau, at 9 a m Stmr James Makee, Macaulay, for Kilauea and Kapaa, at 5 p m Stmr J A Cummins, for Waimanalo Stmr "Waimanalo, Underwood, tor Waianae, Oahu Schr Moi Wahine, for Hamakua Vessels in JPori rroin Foreign ports. USSVandalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kiniberly, from Callao, S. A. US9 Juniata, G T Davis, from Acapulco, S H B M S Conquest, Chas L Oxley, from Vic toria. B C II B MS Cormorant, Nicoll, from Esqimault BC II H M S Kaimiloa, Geo E G Jackson, from Sa unoa Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from Port Town- send Am bk Caibarien, G A Perkins, from San Fran cisco Nor bark Vikar, U Magnesen, from Bremen Am brgtne WG Irwin, McCulloch, from San Fraccisco Haw bk James A King, U H Berry, from Puget Sound Vessels JEJtpeoiea from Foreign I'oris Ger bk Peter Goddefroy, -. sailed from T.ivpmnnl Mav 3rd. due Sert 1-25. Brit Dark Birmah, from Glasgow, due October 15-31 Am bk Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Boston June 23d, due Nov 1-23 Am ship Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong, due July 12-31 Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South America French frigate Ducrex, from Chile French frigate Florie, from Chile Am bark Sonoma, T H Griffiths, from Port Townsend, W T, due Aug 20-31 Brit ship Miu, sailed from London August 24 Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall, from Port Town aend, due August 15-31 Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, from San Francisco, due Sept 15-30 Haw schr Jennie "Walker, B Anderson, from Fanning's Island, due September 1-20 Am tern Eva, J O Wikrnan, from Eureka, Cal, due Sept 1-10 Brit bk Margaret Heald. Morton, from Liver pool, due October 1 20 Am bktne August Burchard, from Newcastle, SSW.due Oct 120 Am bktne Mazatlan from Newcastle, NSW, due at Kahului, Maul, Oct 1020 Am bk Forest Queen, J C M Winding, from San Francisco, due Sept 12-20 H I J MSTsukuba, from Acapulco, Mex. due Feb 20-28 Am S S San Pablo, Wilson, from San Francisco, due Oct 8 Am bktne Rlikitat, Cutler, from Port Town send, due Sept 22-26 Am bktne Nellie May from Newcastle, NSW, due October 2030. Am bk Alden Bessie, O'Brien, from Portland, Or. en route to Hongkong, due Oct 15-25 Am bk Southern Chief, from Portland Or, en route to Hongkong, due Oct 20-31 Haw schr Canute, from Humboldt Bay, Cal, due Oct 10-25 Haw S S Australia, II C Houdlette, from San Francisco, due Oct 18 Haw S SZealandia, II van Oterendorp, from Colonies, en route to San Francisco, due Oct 21 ARRIVALS. From San Francisco, per brgtne W G Irwin, Oct 2 Dr Rankins, J J Kelly, Mr Kittridge and wife, Mr Gunther and niece, and Miss Guniher. From Hamakua, per stmr lwalani, Oct 1 J E Brown, J B Mclnerny and 25 deck passengers. From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Oct 1 Dr C A Peterson, Dr Odgen, U S N, Hon J Nazareta and about SO deck passengers. From Maui and Molokai, per stmr Likelike, Get 1 Mrs J F Aluli, Dr A U Bailey, J H Stell ing, Capt D Tormey, J Murdock, Rev T Lauter, Miss J Lishman, Dr Sheldon, W O Atwater and wife, L E Atwater, Chas Brash, R Bauning, Mr Burrows, 3 Chinese and 86 deck passengers. For Kauai, per steamer Mikahala. October 2 His Ex L A Thurston, Dr N B Emerson, E Muller, F M Swauzy, F Burcholtz, J M Poepoe, C H Tie man, Mrs R Fountain, Misses Fountain (2, F Shriebeck, W H Bellows, W E Rowell and 72 deck passengers, From Hawaii and Maui, per steamer Kinau, Oct 2 Hon S G Wilder, Major Weeks, W F Pogue, L Montgomery Mather, Mr Bixby and wile, Mrs Ghest, E Lycan, J A Beckwith, F Tur rell, H P Lang, Dr J Kimball W W Goodale, Mrs W H Reed, Miss Mary Shipman, Willie Jordan, Miss Lottie Jordan, Miss Mary Low, Miss Clara Low, A D Haneberg, J N Wright, H H Webb, K Osada, Miss L Rodgers, Tong Sing, Mrs S Obed, Katsura, Miss Rose Manuel, Miss Mary Ulil, Mrs Hattie Hiram and 2 children, Jas Kona, C Bosse, A Ascheim, D H Hitchcock, T Lishman, Hon F H Hayselden, J J Morebead and 92 deck passen gers. NOTES. The steamer J. A, Cummins arrived Saturday from Waimanalo' with 1,200 bags sugar from the Hon J. A. Cummins' plantation, and will leave again to-day for Koolau ond Waimanalo. The sugar was put on board the bark Ceylon. The steamer James Makee will leave at 4 o'clock this afternoon for Kapaa, Kauai. The steamers Likelike and Kinau will both leave to-morrow afternoon for windward portB. The steamer Lehua, Captain Clarke, will leave at 5 o'clock this afternoon for Molokai, taking theMokolii's route. The Hawaiian schooner Canute was 30 days on her last trip to Humboldt Bay from this port, the Captain attributing that long passage on ac count of the weather. The Canixte is now on her way with lumber for Honolulu. The steamer lwalani arrived last Saturday from Hamakua with 2,800 bags sugar, which will be placed on board the bark Caibarien to-day. The schooners Luka and Moi Wahine arrived ye8terday from Hawaii. u- 8. S. Adams, Captain Louis Kempff. after being here over four months, sailed October 2d at 10 ;S0 a. m. for Samoa. The steamers Kinau. Mikahala. and Surprise arrived yesterday. The Hawaiian bark James A. Kint? . nrt.i w H, Berry, arrived Sunday morning, October 2d. uaya irom i-ort Townsend, W. T., with about 475,000 feet lumber for Messrs. S. G. Wilder & Co. Reports very light winds the entire pas sage. The James A. King made the round trip in just 60 days. Mrs. H. H. Berry accompanied her husband on this trip, The J. A. King is docked at Fort-street, wharf. H. B. M. S. Cormorant, Captain Jas. C. T. Nicolls, sails Wednesday for the South Sea Islands. The American brigantine W. G. Irwin, Cap tain J. E. McCulloch, arrived Saturday, October 1st, 20 days from San Francisco, with a full cargo of general merchandise and 23 mules on deck for Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co., 3 mules having died on the passage. Reports very light weather the entire passage. Passed several vessels heading for San Francisco. The W. G. Irwin is moored at the Oceanic Company's wharf. The steamer Mikahala arrived yesterday from Kauai with 1,219 bags sugar, 22 bales wool and 20 bags pia. The steamer Mokolii arrived last Saturday from Molokai with 15 head cattle, 32 sheep, 212 bags bones, 7 hides, about 40 passengers and 32 packages sundries. The steamer Waimanalo brought 668 water melons and 3,000 oranges from Waianae and Waialua. She leaves again this morning. The bark Ceylon will probably leave for San Francisco next Wednesday. The steamer Likelike brought 71 bags sugar, 120 bags potatoes, 3 horses and general merchan dise from Maui and Molokai last Saturday. The steamer C. R. Bishop leaves this morning for a circuit of this island. The steamer Kinau brought 597 bags sugar, 120 bags potatoes, 7 horses, 150 packages sundries and 3,492 feet oak. CHU ON & CO., Importers and Dealers in Chinese and Japanese Goods, 42 Nouann Street. Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin, Crape, 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 num erous to specify. 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 untrimmed, 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 untrimmed hats ever offered in Honolulu are at Fishel'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 ing Millinerv House. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Joran concert to-night. The volcano is very active. Only four men-of-war in port now. Hon. S. G. Wilder returned by the Kinau. The Minister of the Interior has returned from Kauai. Band concert to-night at 7 :30 o'clock at Emma Square. The Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping class meets at 7 o'clock this evening. The British bark Lizzie Iredale, which has been at this port, is reported as miss ing. Reserved seats for the Joran concert th: evening can be obtained at J. H. Soper's bookstore. Do not forget the musical treat in store for you this evening by attending the Joran concert. Hon. F. H. Hayselden came to town on the Kinau to obtain medical assistance, having fractured two ribs. The October term of the Supreme Court opens at 10 o'clock this morning, Mr. Jus tice Bickerton presiding. The O. and O. steamer San Pablo is due on Saturday from San Francisco, en route to Yokohama and Hongkong. The first division of the Liliuokalani So cietywill meet at the Engine House, as usual, at 3 p. m. on Tuesday. Mr. Charles Michiels, the cornetist, has just finished two new compositions. One is a gavotte, the other a waltz. H. B. M. S. Cormorant leaves Wednes day for a three months cruise among the South Sea Islands. She will touch first at Fanning's Island. It looks very much as if Mr. Caswell, the tuner, would be here four months or more, so many orders are pouring in to him. He commenced work on Saturday. In the San Francisco "Pacific," for Sep tember 14th, is given in full a sermon on "The Religious Condition of the Ha waiians," by Rev. J. A. Cruzan. The U. S. S. Adams left for Samoa Sun day morning. Captain Kempff and his officers, who are very popular, will be much missed from society circles. The attention of the Hack Inspector is called to Chas. Hall, a licensed driver, who is misbehaving himself in his hack nearly every day in company with sailors. His Excellency Hon. Godfrey Brown, Secretary of War and of the Navy, has de clared that H. H. M.'s Kaimiloa is put out of commission from and after September 30th. Last Sunday the house of the Rev. Mr. Bissell, at Wailuku, was entered while the family were at church, and $168 and a .gold watch carried off. There is no clue to the thief. The -baseball match on Saturday be tween the Honolulus and a team Irom the Vandalia and Juniata attracted a very large audience. The home team won by a score of 20 to 10. A meeting of the St. Andrew's Church Association will be held next Thursday evening at the usual place. A paper on Church Work Among Young Men" will be read by the President, Rev. Alexander Mackintosh. The entertainment on Saturday evening, under the auspices of the Blue Ribbon League, was well attended. The pro gramme met with much favor, and the President, Rev. H. H. Gowen, delivered an interesting address. The entertainments are decidedly growing in popular favor. The funeral of the late Mrs. Capt. J. M. Oat took place yesterday afternoon from Fort-street Church, the service beins con ducted by the Rev. S. E. Bishop. The church was well filled with friends of the deceased lady. Mr. Myron Jones, the organist, played appropriate selections be fore and after the service. If we were to correct all S. Macauley's untruthful statements in Saturday's "Ga zette," we should have to mention names of several of our leading citizens, and that we positively decline to do. We further more decline to have anything more to do with the man in any way whatever. The public have no interest in the matter. "Ansllenn Churcn Chronicle." The "Anglican Church Chronicle" for October is a very readable number. At a hasty glance through its contents we find much of interest. School teachers should read the educational article, as there is some sound advice contained in it. The genial writer of "Our Pilgrim age" contains his rambles. This time he leaves off on Epsom Downs, whither he went to witness the great Derby race. The Treasurer of the Cathedral Build ing Fund has now $2,050 in hand. The local and foreign church news are com plete. Evening Concert. The following musical programme will be given by the Royal Hawaiian Military Band this evening at 7:30 o'clock at Emma Square : Overture "Slavonian" (new) Titl Mazurka "The Scorceress"(new). Strauss Gavotte "Heart Throbs" Eilenberg Selection " Bohemian Girl" Balt'e "Aia Hiki Mai." Selection "Erminie" J acobowsky Waltz "Gipsy Baron" Strauss Polka' ' Hussars" Strauss Galop" War Episode" (new) Strauss "Hawaii Ponoi." . To-night's Concert. The Joran family, assisted by Signor Roselli, baritone, will give a grand con cert in the Hawaiian Opera House. A model programme has been prepared for the occasion, and should attract a large audience. Wherever the talented sisters have appeared they have earned the highest opinions as to their ability and artistic culture. Signor Roselli has a fine baritone voice, and his singing will be much enjoyed. Reserved seats can be obtained at Mr. J. H. Soper's book store, where the box plan is to be seen. LATEST " NEWS. London, September 15. As the pres ent session of Parliament comes to an end to-morrow, a brief summary of the work done may not be without interest. A summary of the legislative reforms promised and not performed would per haps be more instructive, but has to be omitted owing to its great length. The Queen's speech in January last specified fifteen measures, the passing of which was decided to be necessary to the prosperity of the country. Out of the fifteen, six have passed and become .laws, viz. : The Irish Crimes bill, The Irish Land bill, The Allotment bill, by which every laborer is to have his long promised three acres and a cow, if he can pay for them, The three remaining measures are peculiar to Scotland. Nothing particular has been done for England and everybody seems very glad to have been let alone so severely. Par liament sat for thirty-three weeks, lost by death five members, by elevation and succession to the Peerage eight, and twenty-five new members were intro duced during the session. New York, September 19. The "Her ald s" Lima letter of August 20th says: The publication in Chile of the text of the contract signed by the Peruvian rep resentative with the English bondhold ers, caused general excitement in that republic. The Chilean Minister here has made such representations to the Foreign Office as to cause great appre hension respecting the prospects of the contract. Chile bases her objections on two of the principal clauses of that document. The first is the implied as sertion that she is responsible for one half of the Peruvian foreign debt, and that, as she has seized property by which that obligation was guaranteed, Peru is called upon to declare that Chile ia in no way responsible for Peru's obli gations o.i account of her conquest of Tarapica and had not compromised her self to pay one-half of the foreign debt of Peru. The second of the Chilean ob jections is based on the immigration of Europeans to Psru, proposed in the con tract, and the large grants of la nd to be given to the company. Whether the terms of the contract will be modified by Congress, or whether it will be alto gether thrown out, will b3 made known soon. Galveston,. September 23. The "News' " Brownsville special says: A cyclone visited Brownsville last night, carrying destruction in its paths. Rain, accompanying the storm, deluged the country for a mile. The loss to property and crops is very great. Thus far no lives are reported lost, and the village of Santa Cruz, opposite Brownsville, was entirely submerged for several hours. The Rio Grande rose rapidly, and raged like a sea, backwater overflowing many miles of fertile land. The wind reached a velocity of over eighty miles an hour, blowing a perfect hurricane for a couple of hours. The rainfall during last night by actual measurement reached ten inches. The floods did almost as much damage as the wind. In Brownsville seventy small houses were blown down and 300 others were partially unroofed, hi Motamoras dozens of houses of the latter class and 200 smaller ones were prostrated, while 400 to 500 others are unroofed. In the country on the Ameri can side of the river incalculable damage was done. Countless cattle and sheep have been lost. The crops of cotton, corn and sugar cane are completely prostrated and destroyed. London, September 16th. A dreadful collision occurred to-day on the Mid land Railway. The train, filled with ex cursionists, who were going to Doncaster to see the races at that place, collided with another train and was wrecked. The total injured is seventy. The Mid land train was standing on the crossing a mile from Doncaster, while the tickets were being collected, when the Liver pool train dashed into it. The guard box was mashed to atoms and the first carriage of the Liverpool train was tele scoped by the next. It was a long time before the injured and dying, who were wedged in the ruins, could be rescued. Twenty-four persons were killed and many of the injured cannot recover. The disaster was caused by defective signalling. JO U v uu Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and vholesomeness. 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THE GENUINE BDHACH Ii sold only by Benson, Smith I Co. Sole Agents In tbe HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOR THE Bahach Producing and Mfg. Co. STOCKTON, CAL. 7 .Ugl2tf J. E. Brown & Co. 42 MERCHANT STREET. Bell Telephone 172. P. O. Box 409 Mutual Telephone S91. ACCOUNTANTS AND General Commission Apts General Agency for Hawaiian Islands of the Burlington and Chicago Railroad ACROSS AMERICA. Connecting at Boston with the Azores and Madeira. 3TFroperties Leased, Rented and Sold. Lgal Documents Drawn. Books Audited and Adjusted. Accounts Corrected. Authorized ColIectorMr. Thomas Iscoveeco. 788augl'2tf NOTICE. ANY PERSONS HAVING BILLS AGAINST "W. M. Gibson or F. H. Hayselden will please present them to Messrs. Wm. G. Irwin & Co. F. H. HAYSELDEN. September 14, 1887. lm 3STOTIOE. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE KING dom Mrs. Mellis will have full charge of my business, and her receipt will be sufficient. 767 aug3tf N. S. SACHS. ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO. Importers A Commission Merchants Qneen Street, Honolulu, H. 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Paid policy holders in 18S6. . 8,536,607 90 Paid policy holders since or ganization 96,547,783 53 Total income 19,873,733 19 Premium income 16,272,154 62 Larger than that of any other company. IMPROVEMENT DURING THE YEAR. Increase of prem. income 2,810,475 40 Increase of surplus, 4 x cent basis. 2,493,65 W Increase of assets 8,957,086 2f Policies issued on all the plana, with all the guarantees and concessions. For fall particu lars apply to ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT, 632 inay!2 '68 No. 3 Kaahumanu street. Hawaiian Hote CARRIAGE COMPANY. FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES At all hours day and night, with competent drivers and steady hoisoi. TO LET ! SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES, WAG ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS AND BRAKES, With good, reliable horset. Having Just received a fine lot ef 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 & HAYLEY, 727Je24tf Hawaiian Hotel Stables. JOHN PHILLIPS, Practical Plumber, Gasfltter AND Coppersmith, 71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. IIOtTBE AND K1IIP JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TU. Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Plumb tng Goods of all kinds always on hand. 705-junel5tf Australian Mail Service. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Th new and fine Al Bteel steamship "ZEALANDIA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be tfne at llonelulu from Sydney anl Auckland on or about October 21, 1887, And will leave for the abeve port with malls And passengers on or about that date. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., AUK NTS. For Sydney and Auckland. f. r ii.v The new and fine Al steel steamship "MAK1P0SA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will bo due at Honolulu from San Francisco or or about October 28, 1887. And will have prompt dUpatcn with malls an 4 passengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, havlngWUPERIOR AC COMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co., AGENTS THE Club House Dining Rooms, Uucolu Iilocb, Kins: Street, Will re-open for business on SATURDAY, August 27th. The upstairs portion of the house will be con ducted as a PRIVATE DINING ROOM, -where a most attractive bill of fare will be served up. Bate per week Mingle 2feals 07 GO OO cents Down stairs will be provided with the best value In town. Rate per week - - - Ql SO Single UenlH 25 cents TERMS CASH. A share of public patronage is respeetfnliy solicited. GEORGE OAVENAGH, 8Clsep2 1IANAOE E.