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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 25, 188?.
Department of Fiuaiiee.
The following persons have been corumisioned
48 Tax Collectors for 1887;
jjji0 I)a:nl Porter
paa i. it. Kai.wila
H. S. Martin
gouth Koua J. W. Kuaiinoku
jjortb Kona John Johnson
"ortb Koliala J. P. Sisson
South Koliala J. Stupplebeen
Bamakua R. A, Lyman
Lahaina Kia Xahaolelua
ffailuku H. G. Treadway
Makawao Chas. Copp
Hana J- P. Sylva
Molokai and Lanai D. Kalauokalani
Hanalei John Kakina
Kawaihau - 8. Naauao
Koloa B- Obeka
Liiiue S. R. Hapuku
Waimea J. K. Kapuniai
Kiihaa G. W. Malama
Honolulu George H. Luce
Ea-a and Waianae John D. Holt
Koolauloa J. Paukialani
Waialua J. Amara
Koolaupoko James MerBeberg
W. L. GREEN,
8td ltw Minister of Finance.
Notice is hereby given that application for any
portion of the new loan, up to fiiOO.OOO, 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. 792au5l7tf
PORT OF HONOLULU, 11. J.
A 11 RIVALS.
Monday, October 24.
Am bk Alden Bessie, O'Brien, 25 days from
Victoria, B C
Schr Liholiho. from Hawaii
Kchr YVaiebu. from Waialua
DEPART IT KEN.
Mokday, October 24.
Stmr Kinau, Lorenzen, for Maui and Hawaii, at
8tiur Lehua, Clarke, for Kaunakakai, Lanai
and way ports
fclmr C R Bishop, Chaney, for Koolau, Oahu, at
Stmr J A Cummins, for Waimanalo
Stmr Waimanalo, for Waianae at 9 a m
Nor bark Vikar, HMagnesen, for Puget Sound
SchrMoi Wahine, for F.amakua
Bchr Cater iua for Koolau
Scar Sarah and Eliza, for Koolau
vessels jLeavinsr To-day.
Haw steamship Australia. Houdlette, for San
Francisco, at uoon
Ktmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai
raea, Koloa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Likelike, for Maui, at 5pm
fctmr James. Makee, for Kapaa, at 4 p m
Stmr Surprise, for Hawaii, at 12 m
Schr Kawailani, for Koolau, (uu
Schr Waioli. for Kauai
hicnr Waiehu, for Waialua
Schr Kaulilua, for Kauai
Vetweis In Jori rruiu Foreiurii forts.
U S S Yaudalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly,
from Callao, S. A.
U S S Juniata, G T Davis, from Acapulco, S
U S S Mohican, Day, from Cal lae, S A
H B M S Conquest, Chas L Oxley, from Vic
toria, B C
Ger bk Peter Godeffroy, Peter Moller, from
Am bktne S N Castle, L H Hubbard, from San
Brit bk Margaret Heald, Jas Williams, from
Haw S S Australia, H C Houdlette, from San
Brit bk Birmah, H C Jonas, from Glasgow
Am brgtne iCousueio, E B Cousins, from San
Am bk Hope, Penhallow, from Port Townsend
VeNsejs Expected from JToreisrn ports
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, sailed from
Boston June 23d, due Nov 1-25
Brit ship Mia, sailed from London August 24
Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall.from Port Town
send, dne August 15-31
Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, from San
Francisco, due Nov 15-30
Haw schr Jenuie Walker, B Anderson, from
lanning s Island, due November 1-20
Am tern Eva, J O Wikman, from Eureka, Cal,
dus Nov 1-10
wa w ktnl AuSnst Burchard, from Newcastle,
NS W, due Oct 120
Feb20-J23IST8UkUba' frm AcaPulco Mex. due
RAbk Coj0ma. from Portland, en route for
Hongkong, due Oot 25-30
aiW118 ?ellie Mav from Newcastle, NSW,
uue October 2030.
roArSout?ern Cbief. from Portland Or, en
r;? Hongkong . due Oct 20-31
due Nov lO-r6' Wm ROS8' frm Baker'8 Ialaud'
8eDtemwki-,?,euichland' from Bremen, sailed
September 13th, due Feb 1-20
duVoJtiJ-V11' ECRust from Eureka- Cal
&u0ctujl0nnt Lebanon from Hongkong,
Tia iZnit tF f Don Holland. om Samoa
1: 8 8 due 15-30
FnSetiSSiul'i R 1e"ima-. from San
X5,V3!' Ban8' from San
Ric2a0fIOkf,i' P,er 8tmr Lehua. Oct2lth-J B
ilcCheSiv t?, keJ'Brother B(-tram. F W
Sucew? ?,,K,8del, wife child. Miss
stein Ungner P A A"d" aad b id. 1 k lo""
.oabltKri,Canbarkentine'Ella Cataln Law
out. UMttl"clonr C.nut., 1, 26 day,
.000 feet fttr.' T S,",3, Si"lkM
Th v Hawaii, with old iron,
"loading cargo ' Wb" 8he " now
b.r ' l"a,J,0dlKb er cargo of Ium.
KtU. "'"Boon for th.lr Mspsc-
The steamer. Waialeale is due to day from
The steamer Surprise takes 62,000 feet of lum
ber for flumes for various plantations at Hilo.
The barkentlne S. N. Castle was hauled on the
Marine Railway yesterday to be coated with cop
The Hawaiian steamship Australia, Captain H.
C. Houdlette, sails at noon to-day with a full
cargo, consisting of sugar, rice, bananas, hides,
etc., for San Francisco.
The steamer W. G. Hall will arrive this after
noon from Maul and Hawaii with sugar.
The schooner Waiehu brought 365 bags sugar
from Waialua, Oahu, October 24th.
The schooner Waioli brought 30 head cattle
from Makaweli, Kauai, last Sunday. She leaves
again to-day for the same place.
The American bark Alden Bessie, Captain
O'Brien, anchored off port October 24th, 25Vj days
from Victoria, with a cargo of lumber and sev
eral Chinese passengers in transit for Hongkong.
CLARK At his residence, Liliha street, October
24th, Charles Warreu Clark, aged 59 'years, 1
month and 26 days. j
2TFuneral will take place this afternoon at
3:3u o'clock, from his late residence. Friends
and acquaintances are invited to attend.
CHU ON & CO.,
Importers and? Dealers In Cliinese
and Japanese .Uootts, 42 IVuuaiiu
Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin,
Crape, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and
Hemstitched Silk and Grass-cloth Hand
kerchiefs, Silk and Crape Shawls and
A great variety of Japanese and Chi
nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac
Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoiseshell
Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and
Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with
tiger claws, cat-eyes and amber, such as
Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Neck
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
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
LOCAL AND GENEKAL.
The Australia leaves at noon.
Good-bye Lula, Pauline and Elise. Come
The steamer W. G. Hall is due this after
noon. Post your letters in plenty of time this
The Consuelo brought two hundred and
The Honolulu Rifles had battalion drill
on Palace Square last evening.
Fifteen lepers were sent to Molokai last
evening by the steamer Lehua.
The breach of promise case will Hot be
reached until Wednesday morning.
There were a large number of South Sea
Islanders looking around town yesterday.
Captain George H. Luce has been re
coramissioned as Tax Collector for Hono
lulu. It is reported that a Scotch syndicate
have purchased 20 cargoes of Java sugar at
the cost of 400,000.
The members of St. Peter's Guild are re
quested to be present at the regular month
ly meeting this evening.
The Custom House closed at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon out of respect to the
memory of John M. Kapena.
By the Colonial mail we learn that the
Rev. Thomas Blackburn of Woodviile, near
Adelaide, formerly of Honolulu, has had
an addition to his family in the shape of a
Last Friday night an elegant luau was
given by Hon. W. H. and Mrs. Rice at
their residence, Nuuanu Avenue, in honor
of Mrs. Banning, Mrs. J. P. Cooke and the
nineteenth anniversary of the marriage of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waterhouse Jr.
Monsieur Georges Bouliech, CBancellor
of the French Legation, has received a sim
ilar appointment at Malta. He will be
succeeded by Monsieur Vanuncci, from
Charleston, South Carolina, who is ex
pected to arrive on the jiext mail steamer.
In justice to Mr. J. W. Yarndley we
would say that Mr. H. W. Morse has been
his pupil since his residence in Honolulu,
and he certainly deserves the hijjhest credit
for his excellent method of teaching. As a
teacher of vocal music Mr. Yarndley stands
in the front rank.
The " Bulletin " states that Mr. A. M.
Hewett is temporarily absent from business,
owing to an accident which has caused in
jury to his collar-bone. While riding along
Xuu:mu A venae! Mr. Hewett's horse came
in contact with a rope by which another
horse was tethered in the Toadway. Mr.
Hewett was thrown to the ground, with
the result above stated. He hopes to be
able to resume business m a short while.
We are sorry that Signor Roselli, the
baritone has not had an opportunity to
display his capabilities in English or
Italian opera during his stay her. He
is perfectly at home on the stage, and
feels out of place on the concert plat
form. He leaves to-day on the Aus
tralia, and it is probable that he wi 1 re
main in San Francisco for some time, as
an offer has been made him to sing in
opera there. If we mistake not he will
make a hit. He has made many friends
in this city during his brief stay, all of
whom will wish him a pleasant voyage
and a successful future.
Funeral of John 91. Kapena
The funeral of the late John Makini
Kapena took place yesterday afternoon
from St. Andrew's Cathedral at 3 o'clock.
The remains were carried from the hearse
to the chancel of the church. On the
coffin were a large number of most beau
tiful floral tributes. The church was
well filled with friends and acquaint
ances of the deceased. Among those
present were His Majesty the King, H.
JR. H. Princess Liliuokalani, His Excel
lency J. O. Dominis, Governor of 'Oahu,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Colonel C. P. Iau
kea, H. M.'s Chamberlain, aud Mrs.
Iaukea, Bishop of Honolulu and Mrs.
Willis, Hon. Antone Rosa, Hon. Jl L.
Kaulukou, Major C. T. Gulick, Viscount
Torie and Mr. T. Fujita of the Japanese
Legation, Hon. J. M. Kawamui, Colonel
H. Boyd and members of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, F. and A. M.
The service, which was entirely in
Hawaiian, was read by the Rev. Alexan
der Mackintosh. The Rev. H. H. Gowen
was also in tiie chancel. Tie hymn,
" Nearer, My God, to Thee," vas sung
and then the coffin wras carried to the
hearse and the procession moved to Kai
waiahao Cemetery, where the final inter
ment took place. The chief mourner
was Leihulu, the deceased's daughter.
Death of C W. Clark.
Yesterday afternoon, about 3 o'clock,
Mr. Charles Warren Clark died rather
suddenly of heart disease, at his resi
dence, Liliha street. He was at work up
to noon, but not feeling well went to his
doctor. The latter gave him some medi
cine which he took on arriving home.
He died at the hour mentioned above
without a struggle.
The deceased was born at Portland,
Maine, August 28, 1828, consequently at
the time of his death was 59 years, 1
month and 26 days old. He came to the
Islands on a whaler about the year 1850,
and for twelve vears worked at the car
pentering business. He built the Ewa
Church and alsoanumber of buildings at
Waianae. He gave this up and entered
the employ of Castle & Cooke, driving
their wagon for about twelve years. He
next bought out a draying business, and
after running it for several years sold it
to Geo H. Robertson. Latterly he has
been running a baggage express for
Hustace & Robinson. He was well
known and much respected. He was
never off the Islands from the time he
landed. The deceased leaves a widow
and two children Mrs. J. H. Black and
Charles II . Clark, to mourn his loss.
The funeral takes place this afternoon
at 3 :30 o'clock from his late residence,
Liliha street. The remains will be in
terred in the Kawaiahao Cemetery.
It Is Said
That the Australia leaves at noon, sharp,
to-day; that the Rifles had battalion
drill last night ; that the tug Pele would
make a good duck house ; that the local
bard will have to look to his laurels now
that "Reef Orme" has gone into the
business; that birds of a feather flock
together; that there will be quite a mu
sical party leaving on the Australia ; that
they will give entertainments during the
voyage if they do not get seasick ; that
Christmas is coming, and so is the elec
tric light ; that this is the last week of
the October term; that the local method
of making floral sacrifices to persons on
the stage will be abolished by the Legis
lature; that there was a fine musicale at
Kalihi last evening; that a Japanese
woman prefers to go to prison for life
rather than return to her husband ; that
Mr. Yarndley ought to start a choral so
ciety ; that Mr. Caswell, the piano-tuner,
is in town ; that there will be a number
of applicants for the position of Secretary
of the Legislature ; that a member of the
Rifles won't get it; that there will be a
Chinese wedding on Thursday ; that an
" inspired" item says the session of the
Legislature will last from three weeks to
Mrs. Joran and her talented daughters,
Lula, Pauline and Elise, leave on the
Australia to-day for San Francisco, car
rying with them many warm alohas.
During their stay here they have given
us a most delightful series of concerts
and have charmed every one who at
tended them with their brilliant per
formances of the work of the great mas
ters. This is probal ly their last visit to
Honolulu, though v.e hope not. They
have made no plans for the future, and
remain undecided as to their movements
until after their arrival in San Francisco.
Socially they have made hosts of friends.
We join in wishing them a very pleasant
voyage and much success in the future.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Waller gave a most delightful musicale
at their residence, Kalihi. They had
invited a large number of their friends,
who thoroughly enjoyed the occasion.
Mrs. Waller, Mrs. Bowler, Signor Ro
selli, Mr.. H. W. Morse and others sang,
Mr. Myron H. Jones playing the accom
paniments. After the musicale dancing
was indulged in.
Reception to a lastor.
The parlors ot Fort-street Church were
crowded last evening with the members
of the congregation of the new Congre
gational Society, to welcome their new
pastor, llev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., and
family to Honolulu. The parlors were
profusely decorated with flowers and
evergreens. Dr. Beckwith received a
very cordial welcome from all present.
The reception was followed with social
intercourse and refreshments.
Kev. Geerse Wallace.
By the last mail a letter was received
from the Rev. George Wallace, dated
Nashotah, Wisconsin, September 29th.
Since he left Honolulu he has been
moving about a great deal. He engaged
to supply the services at St. John's
Cathedral, Quincy, Illinois. Mr. Wal
lace has been invited to become rector
of this church, but says he expects to
come back to Honolulu. He is doubtful
if he ever had a call to so large a pairish
and so beautiful a church again. Quincy
has 35,000 people.
Mr. Wallace was to go East on October
1st, and during the first ten days cf
November expected to turn his face
westward. Mrs. Wallace is still at
Nashotah. Their daughter Madge has
been placed at St. Marv's School, Knox
Lecture on the DrAtua.
This evening, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
a lecture on the Drama, by Mr. Walter
M. Leman, will be delivered for the ben
efit of the funds of the association. From
such an able pen there is no doubt the
lecture will be exceedingly interesting.
It will be read by Mr. S. B. Dole in con
sequence of Mr. Leman's blindness.
The admission is only fifty cents and
there should be a full house.
AT T. M. C. A. HALL,
Tuesday Evening, Oct. 25th,
At 7;45 O'clock.
A Lecture on the Drama,
By MR. W. M. LEMAN,
Will be delivered for the benefit of the
In consequence of Mr. Leman's blindness,
Mr. S. B. DOLE has kindly offered to officiate as
ADMISSION, - - FIFTY CENTS
THE GREAT CAUFORNIA INSECTICIDE.
Beware ot Imitations,
Which are being put upon the market.
THE GENUINE BUHACH
Is sold only by
Benson, Smith- t Co.
Sole Agents in the
and Mfg. Co.
Oceanic Steamship. Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al steamship
Will leave nonoluln for the above port on
For freight or passage apply to
Wm. (x. Irwin & Co.,
Notice of Removal.
Manufacturing J eweler,
HAS REMOVED TO
Thomas Block, King St.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEE 6 00.
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And all other Skin and Blood Disease
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Cure lad treat !oa mil dUes.ee arlalng froi
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Dr. Martine, of London, the cel
Crated specialist, says of PARDEE.
REMEDY : "I have used it for twent;
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The Rev. Dr. TnoMASi, ot Hong Ron?
hina, says: "PARDEE'S REMEDY
is a wonderful medicine for the Blood.
have prescribed it hundreds of time,
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it always cured the patient. I car
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ii prevalent to take Pardee's Remedy
as a preventive."
FOR SALS BY ALL DRUGGISTS IN HONOLULU.
ON SALE AT THE
CALIFORNIA TOMATOES (large).
PEARS, . .
All arrived In splendid condition by the S. S.
Camarino's Fruit Depot,
Waterhouse & Lester,
16 to 22 Beale street. San Francisco. -. apl9
American Biscuit Co.
Corner of Battery & Broadway Sts.,
San Francisco :
James Dunn, Supt.
SUCCESSORS to the CALIFORNIA CRACKER CO.
Beautiful view of city, harbor and ocean.
Size of Lot.
General Rnslness Agent.
No. 84 KING ST.
Burgess' Express Office
44 Jlercbant Street
J. E. Brown & Co.
42 MERCHANT STREET.
Bell Telephone 172. P. O. Box 409
Mntnal Telephone 391.
General Commission Agents
General Agency for Hawaiian Islands of the
Burlington and Chicago
Connecting at Boston with the Azores and
1 Madeira. '
TProrertleK Leased. Rented and Sold. Legal
Authorized Collector Mr. Thomas Iseoresco.
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Death claims paid in 1SS..
Assets. January 1, 1887
Liabilities, 4 ptr cent basis.
. . 1UO pr cent
Surplus, 4 per cent basis.. .. . ,$lo',355,875 76
The surplus is based on the conservative
assumption that oniy 4 per cent interest
will be realized, on investments.
Assuming that 4K pervent will be" real
ized, it amounts to $20,f9of17JV 76.
2The SURPLUS, on every 'basis of
valuation, IS LARGER THAN 'i ll AT OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY IN THE
New assurance in 1886 $111,540,203 00.
Larger than that of any other company. "
Outstanding assurance. ... .-. 4117)" 093; 3o
Larger than that of anv othriomr4.tiv.
- . M w -
Taid policy holders in 1880.-. .8:,S.?f,e07'0'
laid policy holders since of i .
ganization ,'-.' 90,547,783. 3.
Total income , . . r 19,873,733 19
Premium income. 1 16.272,154 62"
Larger than that of any other cennpaby. f,V(
lHfKUVJiMKST UUKLNCJ THE -YEAR. - '
Increase of prem. income.... Sl,8lV, 475. 40.
Increase of surplus, 4 per cent bass. 2,493,636 63
Increase of assets .. ... .... 1 .'"fc,95 7,085
Policies issued on all the plans, with all the '
oiii(ironUg anil rnnoaoiATiB Vnr. full mrilnli.
lars apply to v
ALEX. J. CARTWRHi.lITV,.
632 mavl2 '83 No. 3 Kaahumanu street.
FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES. ....
At all hours day and night, with ' 'com' peteii't'
drivers and steady hoiRei. . y.-'
SADDLE HORSES BUGGIES, WA&
ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS-
AND BRAKES, ' 7 "
, With good, reliable horses.
Havfiig just received a fine ..lot of .;.r-'..
HorSes from Califbrniaf
We are prepared to offer extra inducements .to.
parties wanting Family, Road, Express or Dray
Prices to suit the times. RING UP 32, or apply to,
miles & hayley;
727je24tf Hawaiian Hotel Stables''
JOHN PHILLIPS, . ,
Practical Plumber, Gasfitter-
71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.-i-i
JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED .TO.
Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Plumb
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due
at Honeluiu from Sydney and Auckland
on or about
November 18, 1887,
A.nd will leave for the above port with mails and
passengers on or abou i that date.
For freight or passage, haying 8UPKRIOU
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
' Win. G. Irwin & Co.,
A (IK NTS.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and tine A 1 steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company', will be
due at Honolulu from Ban Francisco
October 28, 1887.
And will have prompt dl3patcn with malls and
passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AO
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. Qt. Irwin & Co.,
Uncoln Block, II lit ST Street,
Will re-open for business on SATURDAY,
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.
Rate per weeli
Down stairs will be provided with the best
value in town.
Rate per wck - Ql HQ
Sniffle Slenla 25 cent
A share of public patronage is respectfully
seP2 iiAjfAcra. .