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JA1L,Y PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER, JULY 10, 1893.
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JULY 10. 1S93.
NOTES ASD COMMENTS.
The news from Kalalau of the
killing of three soldiers i3 distress
ing, but not unexpected. After the
deliberate murder of Deputy-Sheriff
Stolz by the leper Koolau it was
expected that he would fight to the
last, and he will probably die game,
either at the hands of the expedi-.
tion or by his own suicidal act, as
he has threatened. At present
writing the facts show that those
engaged in the expedition have
used all due precaution to capture
the murderer without bloodshed,
but the nature of the ground and
the method of defense followed by
Koolau have made this impossible,
as will bo seen by a perusal of the
narrative of the Advertiser's
special correspondent, published
elsewhere. The expedition will
not return until Koolau is
either captured or killed.
The action of the government in
removing the lepers from Kalalau
will receive the unqualified support
of a large majority of the citizens
of the islands. The fact that for
years the segregation question wa3
made a semi-political one under
the monarchy, will not be allowed
to hamper this government, as re
established and purified, in carry
ing out the segregation law, until
this national curse of leprosy is re
duced to a minimum and entirely
removed from the public walks.
By the last mail the advance
sheets of a new book on the " Ke
curdescence of Leprosy and its
Causation have been receive
The book is by William Tebb,
visited Honolulu about three yearJ
ago, during the course of his in
vestigations into the causation
and increase of leprosy in the
British colonies and elsewhere.
Notwithstanding the fact that Mr.
Tebb is an avowed anti-vaccina-tionist,
and the agent of the Lon
don society for the abolition of
compulsory vaccination, the work
is highly spoken of, and appears,
from the table of contents, to be an
exhaustive resume of the history
of the disease. Of the merits of
the book, it will be impossible to
speak until it is known how far the
author's ex-parte views on vaccina
tion have influenced his general
conclusions regarding a disease
about which so little is known as
As will be seen by our foreign
dispatches, President Cleveland
has called an extra session of con
gress to assemble on August 7th.
The grave and serious nature of
the financial crisis which has ex
tended to the United States will be
the chief subject, and, it is in
timated, the only one treated. It
is not at all unlikely, however, that
both the scope and time of the sit
ting may be extended when that
body meets. In such a case it is
not improbable that the question of
the annexation of Hawaii may be
The splendid time made by the
steamer China on her last trip
from San Francisco shows the
practicability of shortening the
mail time between that port and
Honolulu by at least a day.
There is no reason why this should
not be accomplished, without pass
ing the usual coal limit, by all the
new vessels that are put on. The
steamer China has performed the
feat easily and can do much better
by burning more coal. The open
ing of the isthmian canal means
better and faster ships than at
present compose the Pacific fleet.
HE 13 SUSTAINED BY THE MAUI
Tbe Church Opsned After the
Arrest of the Obstructionists.
The meeting of the Maui Presby
tery for which a call was lately issued,
met Saturday, July Sth, in the Wai
laku church, Lahaina. Six pastors,
five delegates, and Secretary Emer
son being present.
Access to the church bnildiog was
at first denied by the trustees, an
attempt to enter on the part of A. L.
Kacaaan, the chairman of the new
board of trustees, being resisted with
violence. Later on a warrant was
issued by Judge Kahaulelio, and the
leading actors in obstruction were
arrested, and, by the hoar appointed,
the association was peaceably housed
in the church.
There was great harmony shown
throughout the entire meeting. Bat
for the presence of one obstruction
ist, the pastor at Kaanapali, the pres
bytery acted as a unit. The gist of
the action of thi3 meeting wa3 the
approval of the action which its com
mittee took some time sicca in re
fusing to recognize the contumacious
portion of the church. The chnrcb,
as it now stands, recognized by tbe
Maui and Molokai presbytery, is
composed of its pastor and all who
are loyal to him.
The high handed attempt of a part
of a church, albeit a majority, to dis
miss its pastor without a trial before
the presbytery, is not justified by
the rules which govern the Hawaiian
churches, and it was this attempt
which was persisted in with such
violence that necessitated the noa
recognition by the presbytery,
of the recalcitrant members. As
soon a3 they show a willingness to
return to the fellowship of the
church they will be welcomed back.
The only offense which the opposi
tion claimed Pastor Pali to have
given, wa3 in declaring himself in
the pulpit to be in full sympathy
with the missionary fathers, and
hence an American at heart. Bat it
mast be owned that the pastor had
the provocation to make thi3 claim
of being at heart an American, for
word had reached hi3 ears that if he
should make it he would be shot,
and he certainly showed his metal
ia making it.
The presbytery passed a resolu
tion discouraging the obtrusion of
partisan politics into pulpit utter
ances. It aLso scored the Kaanapali
pastor for the part he took in help
ing the factious party in seeking the
unrighteous expulsion of a brother
clergyman from his pulpit. This
the brother did by acting as moder
ator of their meeting and by signing
the papers they had fulminated
HTmnsr. fasror Ja.11.
UiTJg me arrivals uu me -xu?-
ii r j 1 1 . . ,
tralia were eighteen teachers from
Honolulu, some of whom are bound
for the World's Fair and others to
various parts of the country for
their summer vacation. Several
are from Punahou College, the old
missionary school of -Honolulu, and
others from the Kamehameha
School, a boarding-school for na
tives, the Kawaiahao Seminary, for
native girls, and other institutions
of learning. The party consists of
the following persons : P. H. Dodge
and wife, Miss Brewer, Miss Louise
F. Dale, Miss J. Deyo, Miss C. A.
Gilman, Miss Gorten, X. E. Ham
mond, Miss Hoppin, Miss Knapp,
Dr. A.B. Lyons, Miss E. G. Lyman,
L. C. Lyman, Miss E. B. McLeod,
Miss Patch, Mis3 Pope, Miss Snow,
Miss H. Sorenson and Miss Grace
Wing. S. F. Chronicle.
The Hawaiian band, conducted
by Professor Berger, will give a
public concert at Emma Square
this (Monday) evening, commen
cing at 7 :30 o'clock. Following is
the programme :
1. March "Gilmore's Triumph"
2. Overture "Poet and Feasant"
3. Cornet iSolo "The Palace Bug
4. Selection "Maritana" ..... Wallace
5. Medley "Popular Airs"... Kappey
0. Euphonium Sol "Long, Long
7. Waltz "On the Beautiful Blue
8. Galop "Hit and Miss"- Herve
" Hawaii Ponoi."
Notice to Planters.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS
X of tbe California Fertilizer Works
(J. E. Miller, Manager) have on hand a
limited supply of that firm's Hisih Grade
Fertilizers for short notice orders and
requirements of the planters.
C. BKKWJSK & CO. (L'd.),
Queen Street, Honolulu. i
Any kind of printing at the Ga- j
zette Utb.ce equal to work done
Mr. C. T. Wilder Arrives in San
Charles T. Wilder, the new con
sul of the Hawaiian government at
San Francisco, arrived on the
China and is stopping at the Occi
dental. When interviewed he de
clared that the people of the islands
are as anxious for annexation as
ever. "We have an annexation
club down there," he said, "which
now numbers nearly GOCO members,
and upwards of 1000 of them are
"The Provisional government is
doing nicely and is fully able to
take care of itself until such time
as there shall be a change for the
better. The general impression at
Honolulu now i3 that the annexa
tion situation will remain in statu
quo until congress meets. Blount
is hard to decipher. He has said
positively that he has not recom
mended an American protectorate
or anything else in his report to
Mr. Wilder is a son of Mr. W. C.
Wilder, one of the Hawaiian an
nexation commissioners. He sent
on his commission to Minister
Thurston upon his arrival, and ex
pects to succeed Consul F. S. Pratt
in about a week. S. F. Chronicle.
ItV JAS. K. MORGAN.
At Auction !
Assigned Fsfate of McKEVETTA Co. of
Melbourne and Belfat, 87,000.
Twenty Thousand Dollars worth
of which have ben apportion
ed to Honolulu.
Mr. J. F. Morgan
Instructed by J. P. Mckphy, Agent for
the Assignee, will offer the above Stock
at Pub'ie Auction without reserve
On Wednesday, July 12
AT IO O'CLOCK A. TVt..
it (ha Arling'oQ Dining Room.
The Goods ara all new ; direct shipments
from England, compising :
Cambrics, Irish Linens.
Sheeting, Table .Napkins,
He. Towels, Piece Goods,
Turkish Towels, Scotch Tweeds,
Bath Towels, Serges,
Bed Quilts, Cashmeres,
Counterpanes, French Twills,
Bugjy Reus, Prints,
Carpet Squares, Umbrellas,
Toilet Covers, Embroidered Table
Linen Lace Curtains, Covers,
Ladies' Hand-mada Case John Wain's
Underclothing, Celebrated Cut
West of En 'tana iery,
Worsteds, Ready-made Cloth
ing, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
km Branch Battel
Extensive improvements have recently
been rnaJe at this uopu'ar resort
and the management announces
a re-opening on
Tlinrsday, J uly Otli
A NEW AND COXX0DIOU3
Has been erected for tbe accommodation
oE Bathing and Dancing Parties, and with
the new aad increased accommodations ia
Th.3 Lidks Batiiicg Department!
Unusual facilities are offered to Ladies
SA full assortment of New Bath
ing Suit3 just received. 3423- 1m
TILLIE L. SPENCER,
LADIES' - H1IR - DRESSER!
IIn.in.an. Hair ami Fancy Goods
Ladies' and Children's Hair Cutting,
Sbampooins, Dveing and Bleaching.
202 ELLIS STEEE7, "
Nearllason, - San Francisco.
5?Pyat's Eau Do ree, best in the
world. Professional Manufacturing a
C. BRSWER & COMPANY, LIMITED.
'pllE REGULAR QUARTERLY
L Meeting c Stockholders of the C.
Brewer & Company, Limited, will be
held at tl ? '""ompanv's OSoes, on Quen
Street in Honolulu, on SATURDAY,
the 15th inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.
E. F. BISHOP.
3423-lw Seeretarv C. B. k Co.. L'd.
09 HOTEL STREET.
vrices lower than elsewhere in Hono
lulu. Latest styles as Torn in London
and Paris. A specialty of Washing Dress
es. Ail wcrlc ceatlv and promptly
finished. ' 3340
July jo, iSgj.
There is a season in tbe year
when most dealers are out of
certain lines of stock; we get
out occasionally, but we till up
as quickly as most people.
For instance we've had to dis
appoint some customers for
table cutlery, but now we
have all that is required, and
of the very best quality. We
have also tilled up short lines
of the celebrated 2190" Havi
land, an article that never
So many people here like
hashed meat that we have im
ported a new style and very
good meat cutter that must
win the admiration of
the celestial who acts as
manager of the culli
nary department of your
house. And when you are
thinking of something for the
kitchen, think again and get a
tin of Putz polish that will
brighten up every kiud of
metal. The water taps, that
usually get dirty with age can
be polished with Putz liquid
so they will be as bright as
Individuals who need some
thing to sharpen their wits or
their razors on can find noth
ing better for the purpose than
one of Emerson's Kazor Strops.
They are the best in use and
sell very cheap.
We neglected to mention in
our notice of Haviland China
that our stock now contains an
assortment of chocolate pots
such asare use in eveiy house
where people like to drink
If any of our readers are ad
mirers of works of art, their
attention is called to a very
excellent water color sketch
by the late R. C. Barnfield in
our makai window. It is an
island view and has been pro
nounced by judges to be one
of the late artist's best.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
O YOU FEED
The Skin needs foo '. If the Com
plexion is sallow, rough, scah', pimply,
it is because it is not fed with
LOLA MOXTEZ CRE3IE
The Skin Food and Tissue Builder,
positively the only safb and reliable ar
ticle for the Complexion. Absolutely
harmless, opens the pores, increases the
natural and necessary secretions of the
skin. KMtcrtt.s the tish to tirra healthy
state cf vouth. Prevents wrinkles, i
Good for burns, chapped lips and hands
fjF-Put lasts three months.
PRICE 75 CENTS.
S3T"A$k vour druggist for it.
HOW CAN YOU TOLERATE
yellow or mud
dy Skin, mouth
Wrinkles or any
form of facial dis
Mrs. Nettie Hak
to cure you. Don't
ucftivdu case a hopeless
Mrs. Harrison treats ladies for all de
fects of face and figure. The perma
nent removal of" superfluous hair
MRS. XRTTIE HARRISON
America's Betuaty Doctor.
2G Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal.
120-For sale by HOLLISTER & CO.,
Druzgists, 109 Fort St., Honolulu.
Hawaiis vs. Kamehamehas
Wednedsay, July 12
,VT 3:30 O'CLOCK i. 2.L.
Hawaiian Baseball Association Grounds
Homestead for Sale.
IN NUUANU VAL
ley, 3 miks from town.
The lot contains S 4-10
acres and has a variety
of Fruit Trees planted on same Eana
nas, Oranges, Lime, and Fix Trees, seme
of which ara now bearing fruit. There
are two Cottages cn the premises, one
containing 4 Kccms and one of 2 Kcoms
with Kitchen; also, a Stable with 3
Stalls; all of which are in geed rerair.
A good supply of Wood cn the land.
Terms reasonable ; part of the purchase
money can remain on mortgage. For
further particulars, apply to
THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT
AND INVESTMENT COMPANY.
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit
The undersigned have formed a part
nership under the name and style of
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit and
Investment Coznpznv, at Honolulu,
The objects of the Company are as
To open Safe Deposit Vaults in the
new building now being erected on Fort
Street, Honolulu, between Messrs.
Lewers k Cooke and Pacific Hardware
Co. It is expeitr-d the building will be
completed ab;ut Augast 1st, 1S93.
These vaults will contain bo:ces of
various s-izes, which will be both burg-lar-prof
and fire-proof, and will be
rented out from $12 to $0 per annum.
Due notice will be given when these
vaults are completed.
To purchase and sell Stocks, Bonds
and ether Securities upon Commission.
To purchase and sell Real Estate upon
To negotiate Loan3 and Investments
upon bond3, stocks and real estate.
To act as agents for the Collection
of Rents, Coupons, Interest and Divi
dends for parties at Honolulu, on the
other Islands, or abroad.
Mr. P. C. Jone3 will give Lis attention
to making Loans and Investments for
the patrons of the Company.
Mr. Edwin A.Jones will act as Mana
ger of the Safe Deposit department and
the general business.
Any business placed in our hands will
receive prompt and careful attention, and
oar charges will be reasonable.
Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
P. C. Jones,
Jjdwin A. Jones,
The Hawaiian' Safi Deposit and
Honolulu, July 1st, 1S93.
3120-1 14S6 2t
Corner Foit and Hotel Streets.
JAMES DJDD - Proprietor.
The finest Wines and Liquors in the
Euterprise Brewing Co.
Ot San Francisco, California.
This Brewery is not in the English syn
dicate, but is now on its merits. The
principal owner and brewer is Mr.
Ulrich Ramesberger, for many years
brewer with the John Wijland
Brewing Company at the enormous
salary of $10,000 a year; h:3 beer speaks
for itself and is the favorite beer in San
Francisco. Always fresh and cool at the
XT"Sample Keg on Tap today.
34? 4-3 m
Real Estate Agency
NO. 519 FORT STREET.
3 Furnished Rooms wir.Ii or without
Bo ril good location
Furnished House at Palama. near the
Reform :irory School. Rent, $22 month.
1 Coua.e'on Beretania Street $25 per
1 Cottage on Beretania Street, orpositt
3 Stores on Nauanu Street, near
Several desirable Residences in tirst
House and Lot on Beretania Strtrtt.
near Pensacola ; Lot 'JOO ft. frontage and
140 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable Block of Brick Build
ings in the heart of the Citr.
1 Upright Piano.
G. E. EOARDMAN,
33S2 tf A cent.
XEW EUROPEAN !
BO Ekantlv Furnished Rooms
0nL,Y TWO BLOCKS
From Main Estranca to the Fair
31G-313 6oth Terrace, Chicago.
Eites: $1 per Day and Upward. I3t-Clas3 Cafa
33o9-3ra. J. F. GORMAN, Phop.
Another Invoice of the celebrated j
JOHN WIELAXD EXTR1 PALS j
Also, a fresh Invoice of
L. H. DEE, - Proprietor.
Invoices of vJoods ex Amy Turner and Australia just to hand for the
PACIFIC HARD WAKE CO., L'D.
A Water Filter at Lew Cost; Cone Filters for Water Cccks. A NEW LINE OF
CIT A N L ttJL, L h:JR S !
Hall, Banquet and Hanain I-vups; Revere Garden Hose;
Turkey and Ostrich Dusters; Tuck's Packing; Coe'a Wrent l.cn,
Zinc and Brass Oilers ; Cow Blls ; Carriage and Machine Blts ;
N'lts and Washers; Sal Soda; Ox Bows;
Cut Nails, Galvanized and Piiin; Cwtton Waste;
Horse and Mule Shoes, Horse Shoe Nails
Tinware, Rinsiii, Iu-!i and Dairy Pans, Cork Screws,
Charcoil Irons, ard Brooms, Locks, Night Latches, Yale Locks,
Disston'a Saws, Files and Cane Knives, a full assortment;
Hatchet and Spzfford Braces, Hook Hinges, Brass and Iron Butta,
Chisels, Squares, Bitts, Chest Handles !
Cup Hooks, Paints, Lamp Black, Putty, Brushes,
Insecticide Wash and Spray Pumps,
Canadian - Australian Steamship Line
int??n1th CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Tha Famous Tourist Route of the World.
Tiolcets per Canadian. Pacific Railway are
5 Second (Mass and 10 First Class.
Lees than hy TJnitetl Staten Line.
STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTH LY.
J5"THKOUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States
and Etkofe ; also, to Brisbane and Sydnky.
FOR BRISBANE AND SYDNEY Steamers fail 21st each month . FOR VICTO
AND VANCOUVER, B. C Steamers Bail July let, Au. 1st, Aug. 31st,
Oct. 2d, Nov. 1st, Dec. 2d and Jan. 1st, 1893.
FRUGIIT AND PASS. AGENTS:
D. MeNicoll, Montreal Canada;
M. 31 Stern, San Francisco, Cal ;
G. McL. Brown, Vancouver, B. C
IMPORTANT TO LADIES ONLY!
For Preserving and Beautifying; the Complexion
Contains none of the poisonous ingredients so generally added
to such preparations, but is entirely harmless.
" I have made a careful analysis of CAMELLINE, and find it to be
absolutely free from all poisonous or delaterious substances too often
present in preparations for the complexion. It is compounded with great
care and skill, and I can recommend it as being perfectly harmless in its
effects upon the skin or health.
"Very truly Yours,
"Signed.) THOMAS PRICE, M. I).,
" Analytical Chemist."
CAMELLINE, Fluid White and Flesh Color.
CAMELLINE, Powder White. Flesh and Brunette.
EST FOR SALE BY 3
HOLLISTER & CO., l)RU(MSTs
Fort Street, Honolulu.
"S AMPLE BO PILES FREE.
GREAT REDUCTIONS !
XhV LINE OF
Fine Tailors' Goods, Cashmeres!
KK;Kn !M AiiON'A LS . Klc. Etc.,
Entirely nTw patterns. Suits rru.I to ordr at priens ranin from f 13 ro $ .'".
j35"Goods guaranteed to fit.
GOO KIM, Nuuanu Street.
S. TREGLOAN & SON.
UK HAT REDUCTION
Fairs of Pants SS?
Suits made to order
GOODS AM) FIT !
WAREANTED .AS REPRES?ENrn-.l)
H. S. TEEGLOAiN & SOK
- Stoves and Bailees
SUPERB, APOLLO, WELCOMF, TRIZE,
WESTERN. DANDY. A supply of the
gjCT'Fox Freight and Passaee and all
geneial iniormation, apply to
Theo. H. Da vies & Co.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Clothing ! !
r nt 6.50 :i
at $22.60 a ISuit.