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Saturday, nnciiMtiiiR i, iM,
Notlc rif any eeente rif Interest Irnntplrlntc n
lh other Islands will always be thankfully tecelvr.1
for publication. Correspondents r requested to
Append their true names to nil communications,
not for publication neressarily, but ae a itnarantee
that Hie writer l acting In nood 'allli.
Advertisements must be sent Itl by Friday noon.
Ho Insertion for the current Isstte can be Rturan
Ired when lent In later. Advertiser, will mark
the number of Insertion desired, from which date
they tbaritei any not in marked will be. charged
Double column advertisements, cut ami lare
typet will not be admitted Into roir columns)
neither will advertisements be admitted Into "lead
lot columns, at any price Their ruler will ho
rUhtly adhered to.
Chief Jmtlcc Iit! rrtiitnol from t.nhiln.i
t tlin week,
I liiistin.H fiuclion anlen nrc annotinceil In our
The Annttitr Drnmillc Cluli lll repeat
lliclt cifi)rnrincc neat Muml.iy evening.
A iiAlhesr.iin.nl on lire Initlani, tumnl Kn
11.1, .is tIIM nl llnmi.iM by the nillri;
of n IkkiI.
The mini ruot.i ofniliiunyn for the week Is
nnnminritl, lint none of llictn line icsultt-tl
Unr cmtcspomleiit's account of the ilenlh
anil lniri.ll of Hev. Titus Coin, .it Kilo, In un
The rq;iil.illnin for the t-olTIce money or
iter sjMcni hue liccti Issttiil In Mitililrt form.
We will notice It In our nut.
The tnttinc railway It r.iiitlly nppiiKichini.;
coniilclion nnil expect lo take up the steamer
Likeike on New Year't thy.
Mr. Cliis. Mnltcnu hat hten npxiintcil Sur
ve)or and liuaril for the iort nnil collection
district of Mo.hiiKon.-i, on llannii,
The ficrman hark Livingstone sailed for
IImiikoni on Tuesday, and tK)k attaynlxiut
two hundrcil Chinese at passengers.
On Saturday last the little son of Mr. I'arnt
worth, engineer of the Allaticn lion, wat
ilrinMiccI at Kaliultil. When foumlecry effort
wat in-ule to reuse the child hut without suc
cess. A thunder shower passed over Ihc city last
Monday iiiornlni;. It was so cloudy ami dark
in the forenoon that laiups had to ho kept
The second mate of the Discovery, found
guilty of smum;linfj opium, was sentenced to
six months' imprisonment at hard !alxr and
The lower part of I-'ott street has been in a
most horrible condition since the heavy show
ers of Ihc early part of the week. It it always
so in rainy weather.
Nuuanu Avenue is much improved as far as
the workmen have reached. They have been
some months working on it and there it jet
considerable work to be done.
The funeral of Horace N, Karnsworth,
drowned at Kahului, the only child of Mr. and
Mrs. Karnsworth, will be attended from the
llelhel this afternoon at . o'clock.
Several cart loads of loose rock and dirt
have been dumped into the holes on Merchant
and other streets. This does not fill the bill
exactly, but It is an improvement.
The semi-annual examination of Kawaiahao
Seminary will take place on Thursday and Fri
day of next week, to which the friends of edu
cation arc cordially invited.
The regular vacation of the government
schools for the Christmas holidays will extend,
from Friday next, the 22nd Inst., lo January
Sill. The school term also closes next Friday.
The entertainment announced for last Tues
day evening at the Library and Heading Hoom
Hall, was postixmcd on account of the per
formance of the Amateur Dramatic Club the
same nighl, hut will be given soon.
Thursday evening was the night for the reg
ular monthly meeting of Ihc Teacher' Associ
ation. The attendance lieing small, however,
matter relating to the annual meeting were in
formally discussed, and a programme arranged.
A native lioy received two or three scalp
wounds while oiling the machinery at Lucas'
planing mill last Monday, and had a very nar
row escape from serious injury. The wounds
were dressed by Dr. McKibbin, and the )oung
man is doing well.
Services at the Fort-Street Church Sunday
at the usual hours, conducted by Mr. Cruzan.
In the evening Mr. Cruiau will give a brief
prelude on "(Japs in the Development Theory,"
and follow it with a short sermon on " A
Needed and a Winnowed Ikwk."
A tcmicrancc meeting will lc held at the
vestry of Fort Street church next Tuesday even
ing at 7130 V, M. The object is to collect In
formation regarding the working and the effects
of the new liquor law which has now been In
operation more than two month. All arc In
.vile.!. Two errors occurred in giving dates in the
Reminiscence article in lat week's Pkkss.
Speaking of the loss of the Hawaiian schooner
A'lmari.iln, it was stated that she left Hono
lulu March 4th, 1S07, It should have read
"1S57." The ratification of the treaty with
France look place in 1S58 and not "1958."
The lterclania Street railroad is completed
and the trains are now employed in bringing in
broken stone from the crusher nl Kamoiliilii,
dumping lire same at the excavated lot on the
itijnli side of lleretanla sirett, near the comer
of Alajui, for nearness to and convenience of
carting the same for llie road work of our
Theit will le issued from the SatumwY
1'kess office next week, a handsomely printed
and Uiund little volume entitled "Tributes of
Hawaiian Verse," prciared expressly for a hol
iday witviiii'r. It contains five poems relating
sccially to the islands, with explanatory notes.
The "Hawaiian Almanac and Annual" will be
issued in the latter part of this month.
Thomas I.vnch, recently employed as liar
tender at the Hawaiian Hotel, slept there on
trulay night wttli a friend. He seemed to
have a spasm early In the morning and Dr.
Webb was called in. He died in a few mo
ments. A fvil morltm examination was held
by Drs. McKibbin and Trousseau and they
found "Ihc congestion of the heart, lungs and
liver sufficient to cause death."
A new comer in the Islands willing from
I-alulna to a friend in Honolulu, says that the
native cases in the Circuit Court were faicica
in the extreme. The jury brought In verdicts
ol "not guilty" in two cases whero'they had
to pcrjuic themselves to' do It, giving for their
reason that a foreign jury lud cleared Toogood
In the manslaughter case, where the killing was
proved to hare bcsMi done in self-defence.
The ilncttcl for ihi: nentterm rifthc Snpunu
C outt will l unusually slim.
The Secretary of the Iroard of hcnllh hut
iujjsmI Into hit new house! on Kim,; street.
The following It the programme fur the
Irtml concert at Iliimm 5fcuirr at .(.JO o'clock
this afternoon :
firflnd March Henri ,.
Seleiltntl I'lylne; Ihtuhirmn (liy retm.!)
Selnrion lnlienicrln (by rwinesl).
Wall Ihlne Abate . ...
'Ihc nest moonlli'ht concern will take place
on Tuesday, December loth, ami on I'rhUy,
December 22t, in Ihinna Square, wenthcr per
mlltlni;. The membert of Ihc survey corH who assist,
nl In taking the observation of the transit of
Venus, on the filh Inst,, were Mr. ('. J. I.vons
at the principal Instrument, assisted by Messrs.
J. Ijnersrm and II. Nation, ami Mr. S. 1).
Ilisliop at the chronometer. Mr. Holirtt Wal
ker, of Leicester, l!iii;land, also ronliibuled
valuable asslslame and took the time willi hit
walch. lilt time dillcrerl only one second from
that given ut last week by Mr. !.)nn.
The movement lniiu;iuatcil by Mrs. Ulcc Sr.,
of Kauai, for providini; Christmas mementnt,
for the unfortunate leper children of Kahwao
and al the branch hospital, and which was
taken up with spirit by Mrs. Cooke, Mist Judd
and others of this city, hat tesulteil in the col
lection of $50. Ilcsldc this several frlcndt of
the Hawaiian race have generously eonlribuled
articles of clothing, alsocrackcrs, cakes, Christ-
mat cards, etc.
'I he algaroln trees, lanlana bushet and ma
nicnie grass arc tptcadini; about the base of Dia
mond Head rptitc rapidly, ami arc gradually
making their way up the sidetampng thccltflt
In the rock. Thit It the result of not permit
ting cattle to roam nlxiut at will, devouring
every green thing within their reach. The
algarobat are alwt gradually creeping up the
sides of punchlrovvl, notwillistanding thedeprc
ilatinnt of the goalt.
The coronation festivities arc to continue
from the 12th to the 24th of February, The
programme for the first day will consist of a sa
lule, Ihc coronation, distribution of orders, and
pcrhais the unveiling of the statue of Kameha
ineluj on the l.tli n stale dinner, and recep
tion in the evening; i(jh review of military al
2 1: M'j 171I1 horse racing at Kapiolaul Park;
201I1 grand state bill In the evening; 2lsl hoo
Ihiii and inspection of palace; 22nd boat rac
ing at r p. vt., comic opera at 8 :.;2.Unaii
In a iiiinii erected for the occasion in the pal
ace grounds at a cost of $1500.
List Monday morning a South Sea Islander
on the steamer l.iktlitt was quite severely hurt
by a block which fell from the rigging and
struck him on the top of the head, fracturing
Ihc skull badly. The wound bled profusely
for a lime and he was momentarily expected
to die. He was taken to the hospital and Dr.
Trousseau raised the portions of the skull press
ing upon the brain. This was followed by a
further discharge of blood but he has been im
proving since. I le recovered consciousness in
the afternoon and is able to take nourishment.
He is very weak from loss of blood and his
condition is still critical, but there is .1 very
fair probability of his recovery.
The "Gleaners' Society" arc now suptmrt-
mg a native city missionary and a pupil at Ka
waiahao seminary. We learn that at the last
meeting it was decided to support a foreign
missionary in Micronesia, and the mcmlicrs
pledged themselves to raise $200 the ensuing
vcar for this object. There were sixty-seven
members present and a concert exercise was
Introduced by jhc President, called "Ihc work
of the American Hoard," consisting of rcson
sive reading, etc., which was very interesting.
A cordial invitation is here extended 10 all
mothers and friend of the missionary cause in
this city or on Ihc other islands to interest their
(laughter in this society that they may become
enlisted in this missionary enterprise.
List Saturday evening twenty-nine leper
were sent from the llranch Leper Hospital lo
Molokai by the steamer Mokolii. The steamer
anchored off the marine railway and the leper
were brought from the hospital in drays and
taken to the littler jetty at the quarantine
grounds, from which they were carried in
lioats to the Mttolii. There w a one China
man in the lot; the others natives, sixteen
males and twelve females. A large number of
people were gathered at the hospital to see
their friends, and later, at 5 o'clock, when the
lepers were taken to the steamer, they assem
bled on the shore to bid the unfortunate a last
farewell. There was considerable wailing by
those on the shore, and the parting scene was
an affecting one. It is, however, the only
thing that can be done, and it would lw a
greater injustice to allow them to remain where
they are liable to infect others. Dr. Fitch
accompanied them to Kalawao, where they
arrived on Sunday morning; the MAclii re
turned the same day.
On Tuesday evening the Music Hall was
crowded with spectators to witness the per
formance of the ever popular Amateur
Dramatic Club. The Aamatcur Quintette
jurty rendered some lieauliful music, after
which the curtain rose and Ihe comedietta,
"A Silent Protector," wat presented. The
participants in the play were; Mr. G. llrown
as Qucntin Quickfidget, Mrs. 1C P. Adams as
Lilian Oray (under Ihe assumed name of Mrs.
Arlington), Mrs. Itickcrton as Nancy, Mr, K.
W. HohUworlh as Mr. Twaddlclon, Mr. R.
F, llickerton as Nobbier (a sheriff's officer).
It was a most amusing play, and all conccrncil
did so well that it is impossible to single out
any lor special commendation and be just. It
was well received by the audience and was fre
quently applauded. After the curtain fell
Professors Hcrger and Yamdlcy gave a very
excellent duet on ihe piano and violin. Gil
bert and Sullivan's "Trial by Jury" was next
presented. This, like "Pinafore" and the
"Pirates of Penrance" by the same authors, i
a most ridiculous and laughable burlesque, and
was carried out admirably in every rl. Fob
lowing is the casti K. M, Swamy, Judge; T.
K. Walker, Counsel for Plaintiff; K, W. Pur
vis, Defendant) B, W. Holdsworth, Foreman
of Jury; A. T. Atkinson, Usher Miss P.
Parke, Plainliflj Jurymen Y. W. Hall,
Charles Carter, J. Dovvsclt, II. Von Holt, M.
Jones, George Castle, 11. Schmidt, W.
Mehrtens, C. A. Hcrrill, T, M, Starkcy,
J. A. Kennedy, ilridcsmaids MUscs P.
k. Dow sell, A. II. Parke, C. Cattle,
D. Dowselt, S. King, U Coney, II.
Coney. Spectators Mrs. T. H. Walker, Mrs.
A. T. Atkinson, Mrs. M. M. ScottMiss K.
Lewis, Mhs M. llrown. The leading parts
were taken by persons who seemed to lw
sriccially adapted for them, and this, in con
nection with a careful interpretation of the
main points, made it most enjoyable to the
audience. This was certainly equal lo any
entertainment that the Dramatic Club lias
given, and none has been more appreciated by
the eople so fortunate as to I present. The
performance is to le repeated for the benefit
of the Honolulu Athletic Association, and
those who were not present on Tuesday even
inr; should secure reserved seats as early as
The Honolulu Library anil Heading lloom
Assocl.ilion, with Its largesupply of periodicals
ami Nioks, It a cause for the just prfdc of our
people. Money tent on such object It well
spent and It always appreciated by the public.
The public It largely the debtor of a gencrout
few who Imve placed works of various klmlt on
its shelves, ami we feci certain that there are
many more who would gladly contribute In
some way, did they know how largely the
rrnrnn aic ntronheil every day and evening.
The following extract from the I'liMiiliin'
tl'ftlly, for ftcptcmlKr joth, llhulr.ttCT Ihc
manner In which the Hughe Public Library of
Kugby, Tennettce, wat formed 1
"'Ihc Kugby settlement wat founded on the
5th of October, 1SS0, hy the Hoard of Aid to
Itnd Ownership (linillcd), represented by
their president, TI1n1n.1t Hughe. Ileforc hit
return to Kngland, Mr. Hughe visited llotton,
and during hit stay there, at a breakfast given
by the well known publishing firm of Hough-
ton, Milllin.V Co. in hit honor, al which all
the leading publishing house of the country
were represented, Mr. Dana Kstcs conceived
the plan of forming a free public library for
Kugby, at a token of respect fur Thomas
Hughes, which was at once taken up by his
brother publishers In lloslorr, New York and
Philadelphia, who contributed as follows!
JaniM K, 0iffNnl A Co
llwiglitrm, Mifflin A Cu
I ), Nil hrup A Co.
Harper llrus ,
I. AppMon A Co ,
M.nciuill.111 A Co ,
t harles Scrllrtier'a Sons .,,....,..,.
K, I'. Duuim A Co
IJ. I'nttiWs Sins ,
Henry Unit A C11 ,
A. I). V, Randolph A Co
A. C.(Arrmlroiijc A Hon ,
I ludd, Mead A Co
Porter A Coates , '
I. II. Mppiiicoll A Co
I Cliilon A Co.
A. H. II mies ft Co
'IheOranoe Judd Company, ,,
Thoinvs Nclnon ik Sons .
George koutledge ft Sons.
Caswll, Tetter, li.ilpin&Co
Fowler A Wells.
C. W, Caiklon & Ci
Albert Cogswell A Co
"Suggesting at Ihesamc linicto theauthoritics
of the town that It (the library) should lie
named the Hughes Library. A uncling of the
settlers at Kugby was called, al which the gift
wasgratefully acccplcd and a library committee
formed. They soon received promise of pub
lic document from Washington and from many
of lite Stale. When it became known In
Chicago that such a plan was on fool, several
gentlemen Interested in the public library there,
recollecting Mr. Hughes service in re-estab
lishing the library at Chicago after the fire,
made known through Mr. Pool, their librarian,
that they would, on being furnished with the
titles of the book already contributed, fill up
the gaps and form a svmmclrical library."
CAUSES 01- INSANITY.
Cheap brandy and alwinthc are the cause of
a large proportion of case of insanity in arts
of France. The United State Consul at Ho
chille, in his report on French brandies, jwints
out the fact that no pure brandies arc now
made in Cognac and the district adjacent. He
sajs that Ocrmaii alcohol distilled from tiota
toe is imported, doctored and sold for brandy,
and that the French artisans and peasants, who
formerly used light wines, have of late years
used much of this so-called brandy. He sap;
" lis characteristic chect is lo produce an in
toxication in which the patient is especially in
clined lo rage and physical violence, while
hopeless insanity is the inevitable consequence
of persisting in its use, even for a relatively
short period of time." It is at least worth
the phvsician's while to know that there is no
such thinga pure cognac now. New York
- HAWAII LOCALS.
The assessor for Hilo, an Hawaiian, assessed
property rather too high to suit 185 tax-payers,
Hawauans and foreigners, making it necessary
for a Ixard of appeals to set at Hilo. Mr,
James D. Mills, Judges Ilapal and Pihi were
appointed by property-owners as arbitrators,
and they have been sitting for several days at
the court house, Hilo, and will have to sit sev
eral days longer. The planters all came in on
steamer day to have a hearing.... The transit
of venus was seen very finely at Hilo by using
smoked glass and powerful opera glasses
The people of South Kohala are quite indig
nant aliout the action of their assessor, who, it
i said, hurried his work through and then ab
sented himself so as to hinder anvonc from ap
pealing The Kona storm has been accom
panied with heavy rains on the leeward side of
Hawaii, as we learn by passengers wr Inula
ni. In Kau, the rainfall for the first ten davs
of December has been large, some len inches
or more it having rained every day up to the
I Itli, and on the loth, many of the gulches
were swollen with freshet streams.
A bold Chinaman entered the premises of
Hev. K. Horn! a few days ago. He broke a
pane of glass in the window of the house occu
pied by the Chinese servant and effected an
entrance, but succeeded in finding only Co
cents. Had he tried it a few days earlier he
would have made a fine haul. The breaking
of the window was heard and the man was
seen, but he was suposed to lie the occupant
of the room, and the breaking accidental, and
the mistake was not discovered until too late.
. , . .Two ladies in a carriage last Tuesday
were driven down a narrow road between two
fence. A they passed a mule team the horse
shied, running the carriage into the fence and
threw Itotli occupants into the road between
the two teams. The horse wat releases! by
the breaking of the harness, and turned toward
home on the side toward the fence. Other
wise there might have been some broken
bones. As it is there was nothing more seri
ous than a cut near the eye of one of the ladies
and a severe sliaking up of the other one, the
effects of which, it is horsed, will not last more
than a few days. A loy who was in the lack
patt of the carriage was thrown out also, but
escaped without serious hurt, at did the car
riage. A narrow escape all round.... There
were no sccia) "goings on" on Thanksgiving
Daybcvond social calls, etc, and the quiet
observance, or non-olervance, of the day is
said to have caused some homesickness among
those w ho hav e lwen accustomed to the more
lively sociabilities of the day in the fatherland.
The "dear people" now begin to feel Ihe
efiecls of the lavish expenditure of money by
the government. The coronation and all sorts
of other tomfoolery must, of course, lie paid
for, and who should do it but these "dear ik-o-pie?"
Cane, for instance, has been assessed
thciiatscd two years at Ihe rate of $tco r
acre, but, as though that were not high enough,
it has this year been rated at $150, and in some
cases a few acres added tq the amount passes!
in. A few acres does not amount lo much, oh
110, and so the pbnler may as well pay il.
Every crop pays two ami sometimes three
taxes, ami in many, probably most cases, plant
cane ami ratoons, one ton and six ton cane are
all assessed al the same rate. A case is re
potted from llamakua, where plant cane barely
out of the ground was assessed at the rate of
$200 per acre. Can this be said to be the
"cash value" at which all property is lo be
assessed? And when the "clear people" can
stand il no longer, what is going lo happen?
,.,.Mr. I'llipo, as a representative in the 111
tlonal assembly on a fitcd salary, miy lie very
iatrlolic and faithful tt) his constituents) but
Mr. Pihpo, with n good billet to shut his
mouth, and a rietccntagc for pay, must do hit
best lo swell hit own Income, a well .1 the
King's, Aside from thit, he must I tint 10
Hit It i ill in. Now, to make a sure thing of ll,
hadn'l government lieller jutt sit down a lit
Turk and "Ml ll." "There' no money,"
they any, when roads, bridge, whoobhousc,
etc., need building: and repilrlng. 'I here's no
difficulty em that score when there's to lc a
royal progrewi round Ihe world, a crown
wanted, a nl.ice to be built, galling gun to
rlcfcnd ut from Fiji war canoe (lieg tKiriluM,
for thit, ah, proud and independent louulry to
establish tit equality with oilier civilized na
limit, and blow awny a few of their paltry war
ship when they conic round here lolnitlicr ut.)
or a few expre wagon for royally to iollcr
in and grab a few of the dollar that the "dear
people" with their 200 or more expresae air
trying to compete for. Verily, the foreigner
well nays, "You take these thingt trio eaty ;
every man piyt what Is demanded of him and
ay nothing nhout it, and they dn Just at they
like with )ou." The Hawaiian a)t, "AW
oi ke ktniuhii I ktitt tivi." Thrrc It a great
ileal of complaint now but, all Ihe Mine, noth
ing i done aliout it. How-long will a peace
able and law-abiding people endure thit slate
of thingt?. . . . Ily what tight It a stranger sent
lo attest a district with which he It not
acquainted? And by what right doe he double
In amount or in value the sworn slalemcnl of
Ihc laxpavcr? Ily what proce of reasoning
may a man lolally Ignorant of the value of ma
chinery, or of the stock In a store, lie allowed
to arbitrarily .use it for more than would re
place the whole outfit with new and better
good and appliance? Yet thi thing it done.
The government ats itt ockct and chuckles
In Its sleeve, and the "dear people" grunt and
move (juicily on to another year. They raise
Ihc fleece, ami the good sheperd, alias the gov
ernment, fleeces them. Yaugh 1
Lltltes and (tenttemen visiting San Francisco will
find very desirable Furnished Rooms Kn Suit and Sin
Ble nl No. 137 MoriiKonwry Si., Corner flush. .Mrs.
T. tlonev, formerly of Honolulu.
To the Ladles.
I'.leganl fancy ssotk for the holidays. Orders taken
ami lessons given in chenille, silks, arid crewel embroi
dery. Work to Im seen every day from 10 A. M. to 1 r.
l., at 131 Fort street, (neil door lo Dr. Itrodie.)
Our stuck of r.inbroidery and Fanfy Dresses, Worked
lenities' Kmbroiilered Sacks, and all of our (;o!s will
lie sold at exceedingly low prices in order lo make
room. DIAS A C.ONZAI.Vr.S,
117 If J7 Hotel street.
Headquarters Gconre W. De l.ong Post, No. 46. A
regular meeting of the Post syill be oiiened at head
quarters of K. of P. Hall, Campbell's building, Fort
srreet, near Hotel street, Monday KvrnINU, December
Sth, at 7:30 sharp- lnt;iorlant business; let esery
Ily order &f K. W. I.AINi:, Post Comdr.
F. Turhill, Adjutant. izo-it
'I he sale of lands of W. I Moehonua, deceased, heli
November ?i, 1883, liaving been confirmed by the
Court this day(escept Ihe lands in Mauoa and Kalia),
1 hereby notify purchasers that their deeds are ready
and unless paid for on or before Saturoav. the 23d in
stant, they ssill be charged at the rate of 9 per cent per
annum from the date of 'sate.
I). K. Fvpk, Com.
Honolulu, December iz, i88z. lo-2t
A Successful House 1 A Successful House 1 A slrik
ing instance of success in a Retail Dry Goods' svay is
affonled by the ladin Milinery House of Charles J.
rishel, comer rort and Hotel streets. The Proprietor
Mr. Fishel hasacquired theartof holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but lo hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marked down and sold for what they
are: neser misrepresent any article. That Is the policy
of Charles J. Fishel, and that fiolicy lias made the firm
one of the greatest in its line, on the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. The leading MUlinery Store of
Charles J. Fischel, is to Honolulu what Macy's is to
New York. Charles J. Fisliel nukes a siecialty of Mil
linery. X3T The store is one of the sights of thecitv.
Office of Superintendent of Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
All person having Water Privileges are notified that
their Watfr Kates are aalle ftcnii-aiViUasly. in ad
vance, at the office of the Superintendent of Water
Wurki, foot of Nuuanuu fttreet, upon the ut clay of
January and July of each ear. C H. WILSOS,
1 i$-tf Superintendent ater A urks.
containiiit? it inecies at $10.00 and Sii.oa each.
I 'art nets containing 35 of the muller and rarer xpecie
at Sj.jo and $1j each. Order from abroad inmt in
tiuuc pottage, 1,39 ana 30 cents respectively per wt.
i-awi 10 accompany an orucra can ij in u. a. cur
rency. FomaleatTHOS. O. THRUM'S Fort street
A white ConL. wants a .situation. AKo a firttIat
Teamster, coachman or cxprcu dm er can drtte a to 6
norw or muies.
Chinese Couk. willimi to do housework, await in 1? em
n iur uui wants a M.uaiiou urM-tui local refer
Apply to CAVKNAUGH'S AGKNCV,
ifi No. 88 Kirnrnrecu
RAISINS AND CUKKANTS SULTANA RAI
situ and Zanll Currants In itound tiarAa-
lie, new and ftcUi. For sale hy Bolles at Co. 111
BOLOONA SAUSARK, IN 'UN CASES, JUST
at hand, fresh and in perfect order. For sale by
Bolles & Co. 111
LI) KONA COFFKK.
For sale by Bolles &
PMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Y. M. C. A.
HONOLL'LI', 11, I.,
.ill JVfOft urrklHU Jl'lflfiJojMfM, (Hid (iff
i-iirvira rtittrr in itonwutu
or at any of the other Islands In the group, In want
of Employees, witl pleac male their wants known to
ma umirincut wuu m uu mi in inrir nuwer iu nil
their orders. B. P. Dillingham,
J. B. Atherton.
K C. Jones. Ir.,
Kmploment Committee, V, M. C. A.
Almanac and Annual for 1883
Is now In course of publication.
SsuHetlc and Dmartinsents dJrcu .f rnrrri-t m-iiV
scntattori wdl iIca ajvisc the publiiherUanythanjtc
since last Isuc.
Intending adciticrs.ll confer a favor by haiuliug
In their adtcrtlxntenti as early as convenient, and
11 ill jUcate leave early order
innate copies 50c, or uiaiud abroad, &c
iiyim '1 HOS. O, THKUM. Publisher.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
Hive undersigned lut retcmly tilled up
In elegant si )le.ihUrg roomy Cottage iVmeily be
longing to the Iusmi estate, on Nuuanu street,
Leyond Ihc Commercial Hotel brejulxt,
for the iriOk of cockdmllng .
A parlor TsuJaag Houw,
The nameoflhis pleasant retreat ti th. "WHITE
HOUSE." ll cannot U aurutssed In ihe ling Jam for
tssmfon and cleanliness.
'HIE GROUNDS ARK SPACIOUS
and ornamented ssitk shad, ttces.
Persons of respectability may ml. ays La sure of a (beer
lul hosrw there- A Mtlmg-room is set aoart for th. con
senUisse of guests. A IAV HOKE ROOMS ARE
ACANI Terms always uiodciat.
MRS. J, T. WIIllE, honieior.
tff Many of our readers is 111 naumlfr tir Wliii
asprounctoroi we ludguig bouse on ion strecC. ad-
I to'uung 1 1
iu Mwmi isiuu, wwijs sraa sue. a COSBi
ftocac uusier ncr rur-igTisserq. 4 ta-ya
CONIHACIOR and IIUII.IIF.K,
STI'.AM I'hAXIXil Mthl.H,
ManutVliire all binds of
nttd Doors ;
mid nil kinds of woocl-wotk finish.
Tn nil 11 ;, 'scroll, rsnil brunt nawing.
AIIMndsof Planing and Sawing, .Mortising, and Ten-
OHIIF.Kfl I'KOMI'M.V ATTCNDCD 10 AND
Orders from lli-other Islands solicited.
JU1RS. TIIOS. LACK,
No. 70 Fot StmtiiT, Moduli;! u, II. I ,
lmirfterarid lleatVr In
Ami Genuine I'AR'IS. A'lTACIIMKN IS, OIL AND
A(iFmir-ft. ceni Ktr uie wiiiii, ami the
LIOII .'-RUNNING NKW IIOMK
Machine, Howard's Machine
Needles nil kinds.
Curti'ttli Silk In all tutors and Sires, B..r1irii Linen
'Hirtad, Clatk's O. N. T Machine Cotton,
Afcent for Mm I)emoret'
Reliable Cut Paper Patterns,
Ariel publication. Dealer In
Jtei'nll'ri'H Uiltin ami
Shot, Powder, Cops find Metalic Cartridges. Kerosene
Slove. in alt sizes. Clearance sale of I'll, Cigar
Holders, Tolucco, etc No reasonable offer
pNTBRPHISE PLANING MILL.
i7 Four Struct, Hovouli, 11, I,
C. J. Hardy and II, F. Uertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing-, Shaping, Turning:,
Band and Scroll Sawing;,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on hand.
AH orders filled on short notice, and Jobbing promptly
attended lo. .Moulding made to any pattern without
ettra charge for knivcv Price of Machine work.
$1 00 to $ 50 per hour. io-u,r
Black and White Marble.
MarMo Work of every description
mode to ordor at thelloweit
po nl bio ratoa.
Monuments ahd headstones cleaned and reset.
Order from the other Islands promptly attended to.
No. 130 Fort Strret, near Hotel Sts.
L SSIGNEES SALE.
THE ASSIGNEES OK
UArjn cmnrsisattVHa, jimthrupt,
W1I.I. SELL AT AUCTION
In Honolulu", at the front entrance of AliioIaniHale.on
Wrtlnrmtay, J t err tubs r VT 18HV,
At 13 o'cloclc noon, the following real and personal
property of said bankrupt estate I
First A iarcel of land in Kauau, Kula. Maul, con
taining 115 acre, more or 1cm; grant 963.
Second A parcel of land In Kula, Maui, containing
83 acres, more or less; grant 1463.
Third A parcel of land In Kuta, Maul, containing
iS acre, more or Icm; grant 1443.
Fourth A parcel of land inMaVawao. Maui, contain
Ing 17 acres, more or less; grant toa.
Fifth A parcel of land In Makawao. Maul, contain
ing 33 acre, more or less; part of grant 157, ting the
homestead, with neat two-Mory residence, convenient
outbuildings and a large grove of eucalyptus trees
valuable fur timber and firewood.
Sixth An undivided half of a parcel of 17a acres
more or lesx, situate In 1'aunela, llamakualoa, Maui;
Soenth One undivided sixteenth of a jorcel of land
in 1 1 ana, Maui, belonging to the Aina Hut of 1'au
ahl, containing rji acres, more or less; grant 3549.
Eighth Four building lots in Kulaokahua. Honolulu,
known on the government map a lots 80 and 81, and
110 and 111, within royal patent 361.
Ninth An endowment insurance policy on the life of
iJavu urowntngtmrg lor js.ouo, by the Mutual in
surance Company of New ork, payable In New York
city on the 39th day of June, i836, or. In case of death,
in sixty Ua after notice and proof of such death ; an
nual premium, pa) able in June of each jear, $335 80.
riant of Maul lands may be seen at the office of C
ltJtEWfe.it A Co., Queen street, Honolulu, and further
particulars given by
J. O. CARTER,
Al ami for assignees estate of David Crowningburg.
STEEL RAILS, S pounds.
Withe ssiitsout India KuUr.
HARUEO FENCE WIRE,
HOES, PICKAXES, '
cane: knives, uu u ;,hit uois.
Hand ud Btmllk Mam
Shoscls, Aacs, Jaclscs.tss,
Slcaia f ip. Ufvishcs, .
Wttnt Stca Jne Ouverlnf ,
Ccnunt, tu Clay,
huar anU Cwa EU,s.
MANIl- KOPE, all sIms.
MEDIUM anJ PILOT UKEAl).
C K. SALMON C" tUs.), wsv caulu
M, UAXMTMIM 00,
CussutIJUtENwJ lOKTSTS.. HONOLULU,
Hjr r. S. PRATT ft Co.
W. Ug In noiifr lli .ul,lic ihst e will hM
At mir mums (Uvaser lllock), Qu'n stit, on
Sutnnlisy Dncnmbor intlt
. . .AND.
Tun.tlny nnil Sntiinlntr, Docnmbnr
1 lllh nnil v:i.i,
Mtn sse will olTr the finest sefrttion of
USEFUL AND FANCY ARTICLES
Tlial has ver Mrjte ln offere.1 for
Chiiilmai an J Ntio Volt's Holidays
t8"V;r tfcial calalwiM, irr tmhn ailtrttlvt
mms. Sprcul acttmmu.fatlws lot I.M1IL.S sllenJ
ing unr sales.
V. ii. PRATT Co AtCTii)Ns
MIRISTMAS GOODS FOR PRESHHTS.
New ami S.ltnJM Assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
Ilianlt to the Ladies for their lind (atronage since
our commenclni; business In this city. We would luw
lt to draw sour attention to recent imiwrtatlons,
F.MIIROIDF.REU SLIPPEP5, all sires and styles;
Our IIOKSi: HAIR SKIS are ihe latest novelty.
Ribbons, Laces, Sorks,
Millinery Good, Halt, Etc.
DIAS ft OONZALVES.
No. 57 Hotel Street (Grey's Block), Honolulu.
EW BEDFORD AND SAN FRANCISCO
6 Thread to t)i inches.
Also, 1IF..MP CORDAGE of American and Russian
RUSSIA HOLT ROPE,
MANILA HOLT ROPE,
SEIZING, MARL1N, IIOUSLIN,
All of sthich will Le sold as low as offered by other
parties, in quantities desired.
HOLLES it CO.
T D. LANE'S
MARBLE WORKS, )
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND TILING, IN
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Would talce this method of informing theVhabitants
Honolulu, and the other Islands that
they have opened a
Stationery and Newt Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink and Mucilage,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc, etc.
Onera tukm fur attw prrloiltral or neir
ixijjrr that muy oe Urmlrrti.
lVompt attention will be given to the Mailing
of Papers to jubtcribcrt on any of the other
Islands; also, agents fur the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Kubbcr Statnf recti 1 and promptly
'HE EVILS OF PAINTING
' It hat been uld with tnuth truth, loo. that boutc.
faint (n niifKt. wub uudy and 4Ui)uiriunt of laue,
return it raidt m a uWral an"- v r MmmaJ
relieving lb above Id U true, A. B KEKR Kuiww
reriianlial hU ivutm of wurkimr iht butliseM iu
Hoim1ii1u. In th firm tsUcc. K bAt kectutd ti.. .&
U lU celebrated artLa, Mr, Max Kohk, kxmnif of
Tsui riwwKVi nuH uK in ine uimm
tfifM ih4 rri.M VvrH9ll
FreoouixetC, itup to the pretjeat time iWavurbsd
and, on thcM isXukds ha never been uUed. For
Houte'Paiatlof JoU, &rucUu nie.tUnc only lJ be
In future, pAtront can depend upon my fidoUlng
every order on the uM KScnttAc bau known to the
S.GN.PAINTING AND LETTEKINO
Uepartawot wU be permaaently predded ever by Mr.
Ucuncs braATMki'Sfe Cunbtr cuuubcaI naaecearyX
I. S. Send for datline ol fretoos ix niuig and
coruce-eosnethao, mv; and il you want any CUm
put ba. (all at lb
"TiUKU" r.iiXT MTOMX,
No. ft Kiaa STMr..,..,44s..,,....,Hokoti.tuJ
Mtttrt. Ml.UNGlIAMb' Co.
invilt alltnlwn to lifir Utrgt mid
Vtirifil slock of givJt suilollt for
They hurt till rtctivtd new and
very complete invoices of SI I. X'lZli
V LATE I) U'AHEfsvm the ctle
btvted factories of Iht Meriden Co.
and Ihe Middlcto-.on Plate Co., in
designs entiieiy neio la this market.
Their stock of HOUSE
FURNISHING GObDS is very
(on'tplete and comprises many Novel
ties a large variety of AJ.CO
J0. LAMPS, KEROSENE
STO VES, neio patterns in Lamps
and Chandeliers ; a fine selection
of TABLE CUTLERY; Feather
Dusters for all purposes; Jirushes
of all kinds; superior Jouse
They make KEROSENE 0L
a specialty, and are prepared to
supply the lest oil in color and test,
in quantities to suit, upon the most
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
ISIrtJHTUM AND DrALras IN
fmrfirn rr, Airlrtilttirttl Imitlrmrut,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc.,
FORT STRKET ...HONOLULU
-AKESI CAKES I CAKES I
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS,
Will be for sale, of all descri.tions, lth
: PUIS AND ORNAMLNTAL,
Frull, I'oitnil, SponyefCilron, Elc.
ALSO FOR SALK
Horn's si ell known RICH MINCEMEAT, Christmas
and New Vears MINCK PIES.
ALSO A VFKY UKC.lt ASSOKTMKNT or
EANCY SUGAR TOYS
Of m) own manufacture, and
Guaranteed to ke Ft ce of all I'oiionoui Colon,
So cslensively used in Ihe manufacture of
THE LAKftEST ANI GREATEST STOCK OF
Consisting of several thousand pounds, of my own
GUARANTEED 10 HE STRICTLY PURE,
FOR SALK AT
Cisndy Factory and Bakery,
Hotel Strret (Ut. Nuuanu and Fort). Honolulu.
NOTICl Notice is hereby riven that all Montet
due for renls on lands under lease in Ihe A11U
PUAA OF WAILUKU, MAUI, are pasable to my
agents, Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Hy his attorney in fact. Wm. G. Irywn. ua.sin
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Having purchased the Photorraph Gallery of Mr, M.
Dick. mi, will continue the tKiueuat theolduaud.
ly I.VCKKASKD FACILITIES and em.
ploying KIKST.CLASS ARTISTS, e
Jutl endeavor to mainiain;ihepreuige
of the old and popular Gallery,
and to merit a liberal patron
age by fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prepared to do all linds of srorl from Minia
ture 10 life sir. cither in
COLORED, X.C, he
Th only Gallery in Honolulu, which has a complete
In addition to those purchased of Mr. Dickson, w
hav..ih emir, collection U VIEW and Portrait
Negatives made by air. Chase, thus enabling
ustoolfcrth. greatest variety in siews,
'I OWN, PLANTATION
AND LAVA ILOW VIEWS.
Also, a supply of Hawaiian and South Sea Island cur-
NwHifiHi-awHsKb rs no. hksu rrames,
Mats, and Passepartouts constantly on hand.
(Arie HratoHiiUr awl HlltfurltoH
Give us a calL J. Williams & Co.
4-qr Numbers 101 and 104 Fort Street.
NGINE IOR SALE. ONE NEW v-HORSE
4' Powe Engine, in perfect order. For ZtU by
C. UREWtK & CO.
T-O MECHANICS. SPECULATORS
A Uar t'anr fa Mrrun CmftrlM
Horn oh KmsmmmM Trrmt,
WITHIN AN EASV DISTANCE OF TOWN,
For sale, a asuui&cem two-uory DWELLING
HOUSE is lb. nsiU and salubtluus L.luv ,J K.ia.
kussa; uands un uw-fusuth U an acre, mm. or less, of
anibl LumL lis. houi f -Plains fist rousssa tas sa.
grsAUid AW and four looms on lb. Second Aour, ssll
siiacigus Uilcuny, and oa the 10U a luolujus of uoitess.
oesUoilatli-routa.aad every Cuuienieoc. Inth. way of
UaUtag, camagehouse, kisiken, etb.
lasadsoa iaviusL Ladsee aa4 gemlemers convertd
14 sa. PreauHS tree of tluajs.
W WWsStW UaftavCsarararaM aft
tsysf CAVANAGH-S AGENCY.
E. P. ADAMS, AUCTIf JJEER.
TI(K I.ADIK.S or KONni.UI.U
are cotDUUr tHVtrrn to ats-sh o
OR AND CHRISTMAS SALE
Mittiiliti) r.r.nhitf, It.rrmb.r iHlh, IHH'J,
AT 7 oYMstK.
41101 ni;.utTii'iii. rititsi:T.t.
.. rmr larKe posters.
P. P. ADAMS AtTioHRe
D KAI, ISTATi: AT AUCTION
Btsturdajr, Dacfirnhnr, 2nd,
At tf XL, at salesroom, will be sold ihe following par
eels of LAND situated In Honolulu i
Lot I contains 4 Tato Pilches, in Hauhiukoi;
U 2 contains; i, Tato I'alclics, at llauliaukol;
2 il-loo acm.
It 3 contain 2 Tato I 'at diet, al KamalteU;
2 J-100 acres.
IM 4 contains I Taro F'atch, at Kamaltela (
17 I -ioo acre.
Z-iTFor further lartieulars, apply to S. II. Dolk.
K. I. ADAMS, Auttlnnrrr.
Large Bakery, Slock and Good Will
AT VVHtAV AVCTWX,
On Tndmy Deoflmber 26th,
AT ti O'CLOCK NOON.
Ily order of A. I. Caktwricmt, I will tell at uo
lion the well-tuMuhd flahety. tjui, Store, Uuildlnr.
Stable, Cookdioute. Horve, DclWry Wagont, and all
.Machinery ami Mock connected with the Ifakery of
.Mwvn. Ixrva Huotmik, on Nuuanu rcet.
Alvj. tbow! tlire eery dwirable KKSIDHNCK
LOTS with build ing t therronv MtuafJ on Nuuanu
Avenue, near Kukui, between the Lye ji and the J a.
t-iTKor further particular te pentert or Inquire of
A. J. Camwhicht, or
K. P. AIMJtS, Auctioneer.
HE EVENT.S OK Till. .SEASON.
- ; -. t-
AT THE ROOMS OK
is. i. A.ia.M:s,
WEDNESDA V and
December tStli, 20th ami 22J.
ti. i: AliAMH s.rr.oerr
OTEAMBR INTEREST FOR SALE.
I1V ORDER OriS. SPAI.D1N0, ESQ,
WILL HULL AT AVVTION
aVastnrtUjr DxBa,T IS, 1888
at n ictocs: HOOK, AT ALrsOUSI
AN i-rri INTF.RE.ST IN THE
STEAMER JAMES MAXEE.
. ul trait tmiJr a Vrofll uf $30,000.
F. P. ADAMS...
NO. O. FOWLER Co.,
ire i'reseiresl In ssrssieA J'Um. tael JCaif
stale fr aSfsrW
Wsth or ssiiBout Caaj arj Loooasuine. SoeclsBy
AD.-JT1iD rOR SUOAR PLANTATIONS.
Pcrsuoent kailways, and Locoeauitvn and can, Trac
IISM SS..1UCS AAU SSOCAI aJCOK)tV.B,
rkNsaasrsg aisd Cukivatiog Mafameai. savs
au. t.n;use lur aH lesruaNt.
line, sue an usruoeM. ssru
CalaVeptes ah WuarMloas Model mi --frtrjii
U th. abuse planu assi MaJsssssfT aaay WtassaatlEe
oeatesoflheuj-iMsueJ. W. U CttTEM ajaU. W.
MACrARLANK STCO., AMbr ltvSmkci.
PLANTATION OVSawaa WAMTSB.
.. f MfttriaVK?! . I
llK ( a&atl
fJ)fir-gri .A,Ui'. ;