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SATURDAY, DECEMBER tj. M..
Notice of any events of Interest transpiring on
the other Islands will always be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communication,
not for publication necessarily, but as a guarantee
that the writer is acting In good faith.
Advertisements must be sent In by Friday noon,
ffo Insertion for the current issue can be aruaran
teed when sent In later. Advertisers will mark
the number of Insertions desired, from which date
they charge; any not so marked will be charged 3
Double-column advertisements, cuts and large
tvoes will not be admitted Into mir columns
neither will advertisements be admitted Into "read
Ing" columns, at any price. These rules will be
rigidly adhered to.
We wish j on all a merry Christmas,
Mr. J. I". Wiseman Is-iues n neat Christina",
card with convenient tables of reference.
A n.itiu wfmnri was fmiml murileicil
cane field at Walluku. Particulars in
A communication concerning the govern
ment library Is unavoidably deferred until our
Count de Lcvlercs, Chancctieroflhc flench
legation, has rcccivctl notice of his promotion,
lie will leave Honolulu soon for Sydney,
The Heaver saloon, not to be behind in pre
parations for the holidays, has on Its shelves a
new and full supply of articles in its line of
The preparatory department for Oahu Col
lege, on the Armstrong premises, lo be opened
January 15th, will probably be placed under
the charge of Miss I Moore.
We regret to record the death, last evening,
of Mr, Win, Austin, the result of lieing thrown
from his horse, aliout 3 r. M., as lie was leasing
bis residence at I'nlama.
An interesting entertainment was given last
evening at the Hall of the Library and llcatl
Ing Room Association. We are unable to give
a more extended notice this uccL.
The monthly meeting of the Mission Chil
dren's Society will take place next Saturday
evening, Dec 30th, instead of this evening, at
the residence of Mr. S. N. Castle.
The Christmas Isox for the leper children at
Molokai will be closed this week, but any dona
tions, if left at Mr. Watcrhouse's store on Queen
street, will be forwarded by the earliest oppor
tunity. The little volume of "Hawaiian Verse" allu
ded to last week was issued from the Press of
fice yesterday, and is now for sale on the coun
ters of the city's Ixxik stores. Wc leave to our
contemporaries the discussion of its merits.
I'tessure on our columns crowds Out much
interesting mailer prepared for this issue, nota
bly the Temperance meeting, the Moehonua
ense, editorials on Hawaiian tax-assessors, and
friendly foreign journals, and other matter.
We have had laid upon our table by Mr.
J. O, Carter, Commercial Agent for Japan,
a copy ol the tenth report of the Postmaster
General oj Japan. It show's the department
lo be In very effiective woking order.
The Amateur Dramatic Club gave another
performance last Monday evening, repealing
the programme of the preceding Tuesday.
The entertainment was given for the benefit of
the Athletic Association, and we arc pleased
to be able to state that the programme was
again a complete success and that the attend
ance was large.
In another column will lie found a card of
thanks from Mrs. Charles Dillingham to the
managers of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Company of San Francisco for the promptness
with which they paid the insurance upon the
death of her husband. Hut two payments
amounting to $83.75 had been made, and the
amount of insurance paid by the company was
We have received from K O. Hall & Son a
copy of a neatly printed and profusely illustra
ted catalogue of the various articles of hard
ware to lc found in their extensive establish
merit. It contains 95 pages, the last one
printed in Chinese, and is an evidence of the
enterprise of the linn.
On Monday evening last the following nanft-tl
were elected officers of Geo. W. De Long Host,
G. A. K., to serve for the ensuing term: K. W.
Lalne, 1. C.i Samuel Nott, S. V. C.j W. H.
Lawrence, J, V. C; Dr. M. Hagan, Host Sur
geon j Dr. N. It. Emerson. Officer of the Day ;
K.Jay Green, Quartermaster; S. McKeaguc,
Chaplain; J. Siinenson, Officer of the Guard;
F. L, Clark, Adjutant.
Following is the programme for the Hand
concert at lCnmia Square, at 4.30 p.m. to-day.
March Dcfilir , Unrath
Overture blrugglefor Fortune Suppe
Walt lleauliful Italy (by revest). Strauss
Quadillle 'Ilia Hats. ..,,... ..Strauss
The Hand will give a Christmas conceit on
Monday afternoon, Dec. 25, In Emma Siptre,
commencing at 3 o'clock.
Headers of the Advettiser must notice the
manner in which that paper frequently refers
to the editor of the Gaulle, a private gentle
man, using his Christian name without the cus
tomary appellation of "Mr," It is in shock'
lug bad taste, and slurs or this kind affect levs
the person whom it Is evidently intended to
insult, than the person who makes use of them.
hurti "liootllumism" U beneath the dignity
of respectable journalism.
Christina at Foit-St. Church ln-gins this
Saturday afternoon, at three o'clock with a
Christmas ttee and other exercises. The
children, their patents, and the friends of the
school are invited, Sunday morning, at II
o'clock, instead of the regular services, there
will be a Children's Christmas service. Under
the efficient leadership of Prof. Yurndly the
members of the Sunday school have lain ic
hearsing some lieautiful Christmas Carols for
this occasion. The Pastor will also preach a
short Christmas sermon to the little people.
Sunday evening there will be a Christmas
The potofficc clerks had a hard time of it
this week. The Suet arrived from San Fran.
Cisco on Sunday morning with a large mail,
and the Australia arrived from the Colonies
with another mail In the evening. She left
Mtly on Monday morning fur the Coast wilh a
very large null, and the clerks In the post,
office were at work ail night distributing and
assoitlng the letters. On Monday the Cousuth
arrives! with another very large mail from San
Francisco, and on that day and Tuesday a
Urge outgoing inter-island mail had to be got
ready for the local steamers. Quite a Urge
null from the other islands had also to lw dis
tributed during this time. Considering Out
the mails ue always larger during the holiday
wason, and that all of the foreign mail to and
ffotu the other islaodi of the group had to go
through this office, the department had il
The Christmas miction sales arc n ell patron
The telephone pnlw for the Waiattia ami
Waianac line arrival by the .Sun.
The masons are to lie Itanquctctl by the
King on Wetln-l.iy next, the 27th Instant.
Jim .Mace, the famous pugilist,
through on the Australia lat Sunday.
Mr. (Jripp, Norwegian commissioner, re
turned home by Ihc Australia on Monday
The Christmas and New Year's cards and
holiday presents arc the handsomest this year
thai we hae escr seen.
The name of Tort Point in San Francisco
is to lie changed to Fort Winfield Scott, and
Fort San Jose, in the same harlior, to Fort
The schooner Julia has lieen quite success
ful In securing recruits in the New Hebrides
for the plantations, and may be looked for any
The " Reminiscence" articles which have so
long occupied their well-known place on the
first page of the I'kkss, did not appear last
week on account of the indisposition of the
wrilcr. They will lie resumed again shortly.
Dr. Hammond, recently government ph)si
cian on Kauai, left for the Coast by Ihc Aus
Italia last Sunday. He will be much missed
in bis district.
Passing by Thomas Square the other day
wc noticed evidences of Improvement. This
wc arc pleased lo note, for it can be made a
favorite resort by the judicious expenditure of
a comparatively small sum of money.
Eastern papers, contain interviews with Mr.
II. A. P. Carter and C. II. Judd. The former
gave considerable valuable and correct infor
mation concerning the Islands, which has been
widely disseminated by the American press.
Hy a Sydney exchange we learn that in conse
quence of a railroad accident at Hathrust, the
Montague-Turner Troupe brought suit against
the Colonial government for damages occa
sioned by the delay, and recovered $2000.
The Sydney UtraU states that lalior vessels
in the new Hebrides group have been fired
upon by natives at the islands of I'aama, Aoba
and Tonoa and other places. Two or three
quite spirited skirmishes took place. The na
tives were armed wilh guns and bows and
The exercises at Ihc llethel on Thursday
evening last by its Sabbath School, were very
largely attended and were carried through with
great credit liolh to scholars anil teachers. The
pastor, Dr. Damon, was happy in his remarks
as was also Mr. F. W. Damon in his interest
ing talk to the children. The school gave a
resHnsivc reading during which atrioof)oung
lads illustrated "the living sacrifice." Carols
and songs both by the children and by the
choir were well sung, but the gem of the even
ing was in rendering the "Star of llcthlchcm"
by fifteen girls, each of whom repscsented a
letter. At the close of these exercises during
the choir's singing, the children adjourned to
the vestry room where Santa Claus with liber
al supplies of seasonable articles surprised Ixith
young and old, nflcr which icu cream aud other
refreshments were dealt out lavishly. Much
credit is due to the officers and teachers of the
school, as also to the many members and
friends who contributed so largely towards
this successful entertainment, surprise and
The three-masted schooner Courser, Capt.
Win. Colby, sailed from llilo for Port Illakcly,
December 12th, in ballast The tax-assessor
ofllilo was defeated. Thccascs were decided
according to returns given in by the planters.
Mad not such been the case the matter would
have ilecn carried to the courts. There was
great excitement, and the assessor was called
hard names, which he richly deserved, for there
could nut have been selected a more incompetent
man in Hit whole district for the position. lie
is said to be a iet of Simon's llilo was
flooded with rain on the nth of December,
having eleven inches of rainfall in 24 hours,
accompanied by thunder ami lightning. All
wires at the central station were disconnected,
so that no more telephones were injured.
There were eight telephones injured when there
was a thunder storm before. Three bridges
were washed away by the flootl, two within a
short distance of llilo and one near Onomea.
A man on one saved himself by catching hold
of a limb of a tree.
'Swcel as is the approval of our friends,
that of our own consciences is sweeter still."
It Is one of the worst errors to suppose that
there is any other path of safety except that of
Who were the two test characters of the Hi.
bte? Think aliout it.
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
11c urgans gusli alnnit the mission to
Jan in its Monday issue, must have made
its readers very tired.
Wc are informed that preparations for the
inter-island money-order system ate completed,
so as to allow of its Inauguration on Ihe first
or January next. How about the foreign
money -order sjstem?
The 'Tiler considers there is unfairness in
the translations of the Native Press because
its protege, the Elele, is not included ; but it
says nothing of its immaculate self in its own
unfairness of endeavoring to Ignore the exist
ence of other English papers in opjiosition,
beside Its big cotemporary. .
It is useless for the Organ to make excuses
for the Hoard of Health, when cvcr)body
knows that they have neglected the most im
portant matters to make capital out of a few
trivial allalrs. Complaints from all parts of
the group arc in consequence of the Hoard
tjing the lutnds of their pli)slcians, render
ing them powcilcss to act, or requiting them
to do that which thev should not do. It ias
done more to promote the spread of lepiosy
titan any other board of health that has ex.
Just think of ill a real live reprtaentallve
front Ihe land of the rising sun to attend the
coronation j therefore success crowns our coin
niissioncr's etforts abroad. If monarch can
deputiit envo) simply for the sending for
them, why were not commissioners sent to
Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Hularitart,
lo fetch them. We felt sure lh.it this nefari
ous undertaking Vvould ruile in some shape or
other, and lo think that now we have the
promise of a ten days' blow -out there will be
no envoys, to sec what torn-fools we can make
ournclrcs, and all through our own want of
The Premier is evidently odly hit by the
tiwi which the Gatettt has given of the mis
management of the office of Foreign Affairs.
As usual, in defending his iosition, he resorts
to all kinds of misstatements. We arc in
formed that it Is an utter untruth that Mr. At
kinson was assured, by a "party command,"
that "his statement was wholly untrue." If
here is nothing in this matter, why did Mr.
Gibson write a four page despatch lo His
Majesty den) ing that he had recalled Mr.
DEATH OF TITUS COAX.
KnnoR Saturiiav Prmss Our dear Rev.
Titus Crn died at his residence in llilo, Dec.
2d. He was stricken with axiptexy on the
16th of August, and has liccn confined to his
lied most of the lime since. Uc seemed lo lie
gaining strength during the last few weeks,
and was able to be carried around In a reclin
ing chair purposely prepared for him. Every
pleasant day he was taken to see some of his
friends, of whom no one In our community hatl
more. Two weeks ago he was carried into
his church, where he had preached so long;
jiossiblyhc thought It the last limelie would ever
enter it alive. A large number of friends met
at his house and accompanied the remains to
the church. The hearse was drawn by a num
ber of natives. The church antl pulpit were
tastefully draped antl decorated with flowers.
In the pulpit were Kcvs. D, II. I.) man, E. P.
Ilakrr, W. II. Olcson, J. Kalana and Mr.
Pahio; The ceremonies were conducted by
Mr. D. II. Hitchcock, lies-. E. P. Ilakcr
preached a short sermon, taking his text from
2d Timothy, vl. 7-8, "I have fought Ihc good
fight." lie spoke of the deceased coming here
a )oung man in 1S35, and how greatly God
hatl blessed his labors. Each of the ministers
present spoke briefly of the deceased. The re
mains were viewed by Ihe congregation and
the coffin was covered with Tloral offerings.
The funeral procession, one of the largest ever
seen in llilo, followed the remains to the
On the day he died he was conversing with
an old friend, at noontime, and seemed quite
bright. At 12130 he appeared to be a little
faint. Physicians were sent for antl restoratives
administered, but to no avail. His last words
were, "Jesus Glory Farewell Good. by.'
He died at 12145 ' M- Thus a great and
good missionary of the cross has passed away.
Though tlcad, he yet spcakcth antl will speak.
His name was a (tower for good, a tower of
strength. Let mc die the death ol the
righteous I Let our end be like his I God
Krant it I j. a. m.
Hilo, December 7, 18S2.
" FINEST rOUCE FORCE IN THE
Though we may have Ihe "finest police
force in the world," crime would seem to be
on the rampage on the Island of Maui. As
an instance, a few days since a Chinese mer
chant of Waihce, Maui, named A. Koloka,
with other letters mailed one in the Wailuka
Postoffice to a corresmndent in Honolulu.
The letter containctl $220. After its being
posted it must have been abstracted from the
mail, as it was found in the street by a native,
plundered of its contents. Our overworked
guardians of the public weal were the last to
hear of the circumstance, though they may not
be to blame as the crime may have been perpe
tratetl during the siesta. 11. a.
Wailuku. Dec. 15, 1SS2.
Commend us lo a Montana exchange as the
king in the realm of exaggeration. Its efiort to
attain to the climax of extravagance is successful,
for it says the only difficulty in raising pumpkins
in its valley is found in ' the fact that the vine
growsso fast that it wears out the pumpkin drag
ging it around over the prairie.
THE NATIVE PRESS.
Last Tuesday the cabinet hatl a meeting to
discuss the excessive assessments in llilo antl
elsewhere which arc causing much complaint,
and it was resolved to send Hayscldcn to llilo
and other places to act for the cabinet, lo look
over the oppressive assessments in regard to
which the assessors antl those they have bur
dened are appealing. Will their troubles lc
healed by this mission of Hayscldcn's?
The people should remember that this
Hayselden was the tax assessor for the district
of Makawao the year before the last session of
the Legislature, and some of those w ho objected
to his assessments appealetl their cases to the
supreme court and obtained just decisions.
Hundreds of dollars were returned to these
people out of the government treasury. Hut
this unjust tax-assessor is sent on Ihe very
business in which he himself was a failure.
What a fine cabinet this I How justl What
love for the people! and all that, and all that.
Was this man who was sent the only man in
the kingdom? What mirage distorts the ideas
of these men?
Were not the resolutions passed by the
meeting of citbens of Honolulu right which
blamed the ministers for favoritism? Yes,
the shots hit the mark every time; not one
missetl. What number' of offices, pray, will
suffice the little son-in-law? Secretary to (he
board of health, commissioner of the cabinet
lo the tax appeal boards, committee for regu
lating the assessments of Ilawaiians and for
eigncrs alike, agent for inspecting milk, agent
for buying provisions for the lepers, etc., etc.;
if this is the way offices are to be piled ujwn
one man, will all his duties be well and cor
reclly jicrformed? The weather prophet thinks
If Gibson and Simon can afford to make a
pleasant trip about the Island of Oahu, why
could not one of the ministers go and attend
to this matter that concerns the well-being of
the gov eminent?
T1IK (".ALL IILADDEK HURSTS THE OALL
KISfcS Uf 11115 COKtlK.
From the first time when the present cabi
net entered upon the administration of our
government we have each week shown up their
crookedness, the tortr, the rascality, the sins,
aud their wastefulness, together wilh the mis
fortune that would licfal this tace If they were
continued in office. From the very first time
we appeared before the public as opponents of
Mr, Gibson, and from the first Iieginning of
the torrent of abuse that has poured from the
paiers owned by him, from the time when the
voices of the citizens sounded as one in ap
proval of our course, till the whole nation from
one end to the other expressed its approval of
our course, wc havelicen supported not only
by approval expressed In private ami in public,
but also by letters written la us during the last
live ami six months.
To ofTsel these proofs of the confidence
which the nation has In us, the ministry have
strained hard lo defend themselves in their
organs, and as they were unable tu do it they
set out on a tour aliout the island of Oahu, to
create a diversion In their favor through repre
sentations made by Gibson and Siintvn. And,
to tell the truth, these two ministers are blow,
ing their own liumftls regardless of h)me or
We have heard thai the two ministers made"
speeches before Ihe shipped Chinamen of Wai
iiunalu (the people who now possess the land
under their administration) together with a few
luwaiuus. We next heat of them as blow-
ing their trumpets at the court house at Kane
ohe, at aikane, Punaluu, Laic and at Waia
lua. And in the rert that Gibson has given
in his daily this wxck wc see a deal of brag
and bluster, as well as honcjed insinuations)
but as for real strength, resolutions supporting
ami approving them by the citizen of the dis
tricts where they have undettaken their own
tlefense, they have not appeared either as let
ters or from committees, only their windy
blowing on trumpets.
We arc ashamed tn taythatwc have also
heard there vtcrc in the train certain band-lm
carriers, displajlng to the people the fact that
one of the government officers regarded not the
law of the land.
From these aspects of the conduct of the
ministry wise people ami patriots can ask, can
we prosper under such a ministry as this? '
If the appointing power wishes lo keep them
in power, then he desires to oppose the people
at whose constitution and laws stands the
"The country shall lite by righteousness."
Vat Aitta, Dei. 16, tSSj.
I-aJies and Gentlemen visiting San Francisco will
find very desirable Furnished Rooms F.n Suit and Sin
gle at No. 13; Montgomery St., Corner llusli. Mrs.
T. Iloncv, formerly of Honolulu.
To the Ladies.
Uegant fancy wot It for the holidays. Orders lain.
and lessons given in chenille, silks, nn.l crewel embroi
dery. Work to be seen etery day from 10 a. m. to a r.
M., at 131 Fort street, (nest door to Dr. Hrodie.)
Our slock of Kmbroidery and Fancy Dresses, Worked
l.t.lles' Kmhroi.lerod Sacks, ami all of our goods will
lie sold at exceedingly low tnices In order to make
room. DIAS .It GONZAI.VF.S,
it; if ij Hotel siren.
The sale of lands of W. I,. Moehonua, deceased, held
Novemlrer i, tSSa, hating lieen confirmed by the
Court this day (except Ihe lands in Manna and Kalis),
I hereby notify purchasers that llieir deeds are ready
and unless paid for on or before Saturiiav, the 231! In.
slaat, they will 1 charged at the rale of g per cent per
nnmim from the date of sale.
D. K, Fvrrt, Com.
Honolulu, December l?, t832. lo-at
I Ionolvlv, II. I., December ao, tSSi,
A tl'. Latne, IhnfittiluCttterat Agentetht IWIlc
Mutual Life Inwrarht Comf-any 0 Catiornitt.
Dkar Sir: I desire to acknowledge through you lo
the compan) you represent the receipt of $;,oo6.oo being
the amount of iiolicy issued by them upon the life of
my huslaml, the late Charles T. Dillingham, February
1, 1881. In connection I lieg to commend the company
for their Morality, and to tender my sincere thanks for
their promotness in paving the claim immediately after
filing proofs or death.
SARAH I.. I1IU.INOIIAM.
San Francisco, November 29, 1881.
The racijte Mutual Life Insurance Company 0 Cat!.
OFNTrnsiRN: We acknowledge the receipt of your
check for $2,006.00, In payment of Policy No. 11,885
upon the life ol Charles T. Dillingham, of Honolulu,
who was insured by your comiiany February t, l83i.
and whose death occurred September 76, 1882. Two
premiums, in amount $83.72, had lieen paid, and lwj -ment
of claim followed immediately after filing proofs
of deallu Very respectfully,
'-" WELCH & CO.
A Successful House 1 A Successful House I A strik
ing instance of success in a Retail Dry Goods way is
afforded by the leading Miiincry House of Charles J.
I ishel, corner Fort and Hotel streets. The Proprietor
Mr. Fishcl has acquired thcart of hulding custom. Any
Dry Goods 1 Ioue can, by freely ndtertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but to hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marked down and sold for w liat they
arc: neser nmrepresenl any article. That is the policy
of Charles J. Fishel, and that j-olicy has made the firm
one of the greatest In its line, on the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. 'Ihe leading Milliner-, Store of
Charles J. Fischcl, is to Honolulu what Macy'ft Is to
Newvork. Charles J, Fishel makes a specialty of Mil.
lincry. tT The store is one of the sights of Ihecitv.
Office of Superintendent of Water Works,
Honoluu', July 3, iB8.
AH persons hating Waler Privilege are notified that
tlielr Watfr Kates are payable mi -annually, in ad
vance, at the office of the Superintendent of Water
WorlvS, foot of Nuuanuu street, upon the mt day of
January and July of each jear. C 11. WII.S01S",
n-tf SujKrrintendent Water Work..
HE GERMANIA MARKET.
HoNni-eLi', II. I,
it hep, vj:al,muttox, lamii,
J'oultrtt awl Mult
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. pork
Sausages, Itolognas, etc, always on hand. Our meats
ar-vall cut and put up in Kastern slle. All orders
faithfully attended to, anil delivered in any liart of Ihe
city, Shop on Hotel Street, brtwtrn Union and Fori
Streets. so-6in ti. RAUl'l'. Proprietor.
EGULR CASH SALE,
Tli iirstln i, Jhamlttr XStli, J.S.VV,
AT 10 A. St., AT SALESROOM,
A CONSIGNMENT OP
FRESH GROCKRIUS, SUGAR, IIRKAlJ, I'.TC
s E. P. ADAMS, Auotlonoer.
-.t..i.MK -, .cvm t ,o.oo auu II.OQ cam
m .in M;iuHuainiiig-25 04 toe smaller ana rarer species
t'- 3 .. viu.i. Hum uututu inim in
clude -u-4age, $1.32 and 30 cents resjiecrively per set,
Cash to accompany all orderscan be in li. S. cur
rency, for sale at mus. ti. THRUMS Fort Ureil
(v wmte 1.00k wants a situation. Also a drst-clast
Teaintter, coachman orespress Uriser can drive a to 6
luirtes nr tmil--
Chinese Cook, willing to do housework, awaiting cm
A Nurse Girt wants a situation firslUu local refer
, Apply to CAVENAUGIFS AGENCY,
" No. 88 King street.
RAISINS AND CURRANTS-SULTANA KAI,
sins and Zanii Currants in pound packa
ge, new and fre-.li. For tale by D Piles at Co. 111
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Y, M. C. A.
lIllNOt.I'MI, II, I.,
ill I'mattt mrrklliu Kmitlaymrut, It ml nil
I'nrtln rltlter In HuhuImIu
any of the other Islands in the group, la want
li hui, uiasa incir wants known 10
wluwilldd all tn their lower lo All
H. C tones Ir
Kwplo)menl Cpimuiiice. Y. M. li A.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersigned has recently filled up
In elegant stjle, the large roomy Cjxtage fonneily be.
kniKlni lo the Unw-l estate, oil Nuuanu sliest,
Ixyoiid the Comincriial llottl premises,
for tba purpo of couducttug
A auwrior Loslnlata Houm.
7?;?..n,'V!,J0'.,h l---nl retreat. Is ilia Will IE
HOtJbt." 11 cannot be surpassed lit the kingdom fur
TIIK GROUNDS ,RE SI'ACIOUS
and crnamciitej wilts shade tieca.
I'ersons of lespectaliliiy Buy always be sum of a cheer
ful hotQ there. A MtluigMU U scl apart for It csm.
Iff.;,"?. "" A EW MOKE ROOMS ARE
MRS. J. TV WHITE, J-ioptlesor.
r Many of our readers will tciucmber Mrs. White
, i-j'v"-' " "ruii im-wsc on -pots sirees. a-i-JyuitrrrMh,
farsllseov Sialic, which xas sash a csw
loitaUe cu4 under hel wanagcusetit. in.un-
CONTRACTOR and nUlt.DF.R,
NTKAM I'hAXrXd MILLS,
Manufacture all kinds of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turning, Vr.rtill. nml linntt sawlnp;.
All kinds of Planing ami Hawing, Mortising, and Ten.
ORDF.RS I'KOMITLV AITHNDHII TO AND
Onlers from the oilier Isktnds solicited. to&qr
1WIHS. TIIOS. LACK,
No. 79 Fort Stuprt, HototfLU, II. I
Importer and Dealer in
Ami Genuine IWRTS, ATTACHMENTS, Oil, AND
Accessories. At-rnt for the WIIIIF. and the
l.miir.RUNNINO NEW HOME
Machine, Howard's Machine
, Needles, all kinds.
Lorlicrlh Silk In all colors and Sires, ilarbours's Linen
Thread, Chik's O. N. T. Machine Cotton,
Agent for Mm Demorest'a
Reliable Cut Paper Patterns,
And publications. Dealer In
llcvotvevs, tlinm uutl
Shot, Towder. Caps and Metalic Cartridges, Kerosene
Stoves, in all sizes. Clearance sale of Pipes, Cigar
Holders, Tol-arco, etc. No reasonable offer
pNTERPRISE PL NING MILL.
u; Fort SrRrntT, I !o noli'! r, II. I,
C. J. Hardy and II. F. Bertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing, Shaping, Turning:,
Band and Scroll Sawing-,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Alway on hand.
All ,-..-. I tttl 1 I a .; -- t.tf .1 .
si tiuEi-a (ihc ir 1 anvil iiui uc. aim jouuiiic itroninuv
ntt.n.UI , Ht,...l.1... t . ".. 1 .
.W..US.U , nuuiuiuji HIJS1C lu silly IklllCTIl WIIIIOIH
extra charge for knive. Price of Machine work,
r v-ss-fi J l-sci iiuui, IQ-ljr
Black and White Marble.
Marblo Work of ovory llonoriitiou
nmdo to ortlor at thelloweat
Monuments ahl headstones cleaned and reset.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
No. 130 Fort Street, near Hotel Sts.
THE ASSIGNEES OP
DAVti VltOtt'XTXlWUIta, a IIthrnjt,
WILL SEM, AT AUCTION
In Honolulu, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hal, on
n'rthtrMiltty, Jtrrrmbrr 7, tSSV,
At la o'clock noon, the following real and pertsonal
)'rus-ciiy 01 Mill Kinkruj.il C&iaie;
rirot A narcct 6f land in Katiati. Kuh. MauI. ron.
taining 115 acre, more or less; grant 963,
Second A Parcel of land in Kula. Maui. cnntainlni
88 acre, more or lev; grant 1468.
1 hird A tared of land in Kula, Maul, containing
18 acrc, more or less; grant 1443.
Fmirth-wA nArcel nf laml in Msl nwio Mini mninm.
fng 17 acres, more or Icu; grant 102.
Fifth A parcel of land in MaLawao, Maul, contain
Ing 33 acre, more or lew; art b( grant 157, Uing the
homestead, with neat to-story residence, convenient
outbuildings and a Urge grove of cucal)ptui trees
valuable fur timlwr and firewood.
Sixth An undivided half of a itarccl of ti acres.
more or less, fcituatc In raunela, llamaluialoa, Maul;
Secnth--One undivided sixteenth t-f a ivir.-1 i.ri.iti.l
I11 liana, Maul, belonging to the Alna Ifuicf lu,
aid, containing 151 acres, more or leu; grant 1549.
Fetghth Fourbullding lots m Kulaolahua, Honolulu,
known on the go eminent map at lots 8oand8i.and
iia and m, uithttt royal (utent 361,
Ninth An endow ment Insurance policy on the life of
David Crowningburg for yuu, by the Mutual n
turanre Comnanv of New Vert, nrtval.t in N'u Vrl
city on the ah day of June, i636, or, in caw: of death,
in sixty day after notice and proof of such death; an
nual premium, aable in June of each )car, $335 &x
Plan of Maul Iamb may be keen at the office of C
ltttKV-.UK ft Co., Queen street, Honolulu, and further
I articular given by
J. O. CAKTKK,
As and for .tudgnees eMale of Uavtd Crowningburg.
STKEI. KAILS, B pounds, '
Wilh o tsilhuul India Kutter,
UAKIIEl) FENCE WIRE,
CANE KNIVES, ssithtx niihoM hooVs.
Haail Bd Baltls Htasan,
Slumk, Axis, Jailsrrssti,
fxciin post urusnes,
la!rni Steam pipe Coveting,
Ctmsiit, rite CUy,
buar au4 Cool !Ugi
MANILA KOfE, all tint,
a MEDIUM and PILOT HKEAD.
C, K. SALMON (ia UU), new cauh.
ro tsla ay
M. KACKYEUI 4k 00,
Cimsct of QUEEN and FORT STS., HONOLULU
Br r. S. PRATT St Co.
Me Ir td notify the pnbli, th.it wt will hold
At our rooms (Heater lllott), Queen street, on
Srsliinlaj- Dncombor ii.ltl,
When sie will offer the finest selection of
USEFUL AND FANCY ARTICLES
That has eer lefore len olTeretl for
Christmas and New year's Holidays
tVVae spechl ratalocnes, see Tnither advertise
ments. Siieeial ocroininudat ions for l.ADIKS attend.
Ing our sale.
y. s. l'KATr ci.
-MIIUSTMAS GOODS FOR PRESENTS
New and Splendid Assoilinenl of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
1 hinls lo the Ladies for their kind patron.lf-e ,s!nee
pur commencing husiness in this city. We would now
l-eg lo draw jour attention lo recent imiurtations,
EMIIROmERKD SI.II'I'EI'S, all sires and stjles;
r. ,.,.,. .. 'N'-AID IIOXES AND TAIILES.
Our HORSE HAIR SK'IS are the latest novelty.
Ribbons, Laces, Socks,
M UHnor j- Goods, Hats, Etc,
DIAS &, OONZALVES.
No. 57 Hotel Street (Grey's Block), Honolulu.
TtJEW BEDFORD AN D SAN FRACISCO
6 Thread to 6 Inches.
Alvi, HEMP CORDAOK of American and Russian
RUSSIA HOLT ROPE,
MANILA BOLT ROPE,
SEIZING, MARLIN. HOUSLIN,
All of which will he sold as low as offered hy other
parties, in quantities desiird.
'8 HOLLES & CO.
T D. LANES
Manufacturer of Monuments,
MA RULE MANTELS,
AND TILING, IN
T M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
Honolulu, II, I.,
Would take this method of informing thenluthitanls o
Honolulu, and the other islands that
.hey liave opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink ii(l .UiicUiiytt,
In quarts, pints, hair-pints, anil cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc., etc.
fijT ttt'tt may U tic tralt
Prompt attention will be gi.cn lo lite Mailing
(fli,rstu tuWribcrt on any of the other
lamW; alo, agenit for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Ruller .Stain-s received and promptly
HE EVILS OF PAINTING
"It has been said with much iruih, loo, thai house
(sliming uua-lit, with study and atulrenient of lasts,
resume Its rank as a liberafarl." faimltn' Mannal.
Ilellevuig ihe above to U true, A. U. KERH has now
rc-organlied his sslein of woiklng Ihe IaisIimss In
Honolulu. In Ihe first pl.e, he has secured the services
of thai celebrated anUl, Mr. MsK KtillN, fiuutly of
sau Iranclsoi, whiMt wotk. in Ihe hue U
f'n'ss uttti ierorii(fr Vaptr'liauytHti,
Frescoing, etc. is up lo tin .-meni iIum unsurtiasKd
and, on these Islands, lias never been equalled. Kor
lie-use Paiutiiig Jobs, firsKlass nwthaidcs only will L
, ,u,u,f, H,iun sa't uei-rmi upon iny luiniung
etery wslsr on the wax scientific basis Iruwu to ihe
SIGN-PAINTING AND LETrERING
1 1.......... :ti i . i ...! ...i
psu.susff "HI t (raEIMMisvCUIIjr -4UsMK 0ff UJ Alt,
Giu.k.briATMKVkil (further uui;&cia uiuvrcctur).
If C C..I r .. j..( . r r t .
Cunke tMMntthuig mw; and if )imi want ny GUu
.ill in t-Il t )
'TIUKk" 14 AT MTUkt!.
No. jl Kims Srsur
EOLfXINA SAUSACE. IN TIN CASES, JUST
at hand, (rcsli and in peilvct oeder, Fur sale iy
sCo. ' in
OLD KONA COt FEE: For sale by feu
. Masn,DILUNGHAM& Co.
invite attention , their forge ami
Viiiie'ii stock ol goods suitable lor
They have just received new and
very complete invoices oj Sit. VRR
PLATED WAREItvm the cele
brated lactones ol the Meriden Co.
and the Jfiddtetoicu Plate Co., in
designs entirely new to this market.
Their stock ol If O USE'
PURiVSirXG GOODS is very
complete and comprises many AWcl
tiesa large vaiiety ol ALCO
JOf. LAMPS, KEROSENE
STO t'ES, ncii- patterns in Lamps
and Chandeliers j a fine selection
of 'PA II LE CUTLERY; Feather
Dusters for all purposes; llrushes
of all kinds; superior JJouse
Jl rooms, etc.
They make KEROSEiVE OIL
a specialty, and are prepared to
supply the best oil in color and test,
in quantities to suit, upon the most
DILLINGHAM It CO.,
isiroKTrrts and okalprs in
llitlihritrr, Aurlrullurnl iij.cinri(.
Palms, Oils, Varnishes, Etc.,
rORT STREET HONOLULU
AKESI CAKES I CAKES I
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS,
Will he for sale, of all descriptions, both
j PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL, :
fruit, I'oinul, Siniiiit; Citron, Mr.
ALSO ftlK SALK
Horn's veil known RICH MINCEMEAT, Christmas
and New Years MINCE PIES.
ALSO A IFKV r.AROK ASSORTSIENT OF
FANCY SUGAR TOYS
Of my own manufacture, and
Guaranteed to U Free of all Poisonous Colors,
So eslensisely used in the runuCulure of
THE LARGEST AND GREATEST STOCK OK
Consisting of several thousand uunds, nf my ovn
GUARANTEED TO IIE SI'RICILY PURE,
FOR SALK AT
Candy Faotorjr and Bakery,
HotflSthki't (bet. Nuuanu and Fort), Honolulu.
NOTICI1 Notice is hereby siseu that all Monies
.... . . Jl.r.,.r!,!?".'-!ml uni" " i" l'i AHU-
PUAA OK WAILUKU. MAUI, are ,uable lo my
aueiits. Win. G. Irwin & Co.
u. , CIwUS SPRECKELS,
lly his atlorney In fact, Wn. G. Ihwin. tis.sm
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Ha vine purchased the Photosraplt Gallery of Mr, M.
Dickson, will continue the busiitessat the old stand.
.-...,,,., ,., siiaiisB asio usiiHcitatt ilia UIU N4III
liy INCREASED KALTLIIIKS and em
kplotina KIRST.CL.SS ARIIbTb, we
kt.ill ....I.. ... !.-!.- .!.-. .'
-.... .inHn.u, it, uMiiiiiii,iiir lircsttge
of the old and puUr Gallert,
and lo merit a liberal julroirt
age hy fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prepared lo do all kinds of Hoik from Minla
S)SIW IU SIIII-CI 111
Hie only Gallery in Honolulu, whU.lt has a roinulne
i . .11 1 l..n t.t '
In addition lo iluse purtliau:.! of Mr. Dickson, we
M.,ifiiu.uiuti.iiuiiu sir. st nana rurtrail
Negatives made by Mn Chase, thus cnabliug
uslootrcrlhe gicalesl variety in slews,
AND I.AVA FIX)W VIEWS
Also,, a supply of Hawaiian and South Sea Island cur
lollies, r ern Shells, c A fine slock of Frames,
Mats, and Passepartouts constantly on hand.
Charurt llruMunuU aud HnlUfaeltoH
Give ui call. J. Williams & Co.
as-qr Numbers loa and 104 Fort Slrecl.
ENGINE.FOR SALE. ONE NEW wllORSE
Power Englue, In peifccl seder, tur sale by
C. IIREWEK A (.0.
TO MECHANICS, SPECULATORS
AND OTHERS I
I Ham Vkaurr to titrurit a. VomfurluU
Hum ,i ItrutuHilUr Tttmi,
WITHIN AN EASY piSTANCE OF TOWN.
nmis.rr' .z. fi"r,:.i.,.r.T"r j?" j-y.""
iaa Lts1 sa sntnAt.., bba .a.. .. ftrltft Sissfss
- -e sy s sta- sjast-ej paiaaie-ssi SHISS4 - Tan p rr f fUsussMM Y VV PaJIUssV'
Luisa; uaudsoautse fuwih of an acts, uuts tester
BJ-al.lan I an. I Ilia Lu.. , ...a . :... . . .1
yrMwul mx tiki four ruoau mi b mcoo4 pV, uh
!- ssi s-aiLrd-s-sf ssi.la..aL. m.- I I.. .. . M .
yT"T T""!! " li-iV-SOUs, f UMOU4
Ocuai; Ulh-tMu, una rvcfycwiuc(H In tU wy U
t,lia'ifc-cEa7: """"" """""
Ir4l Lntfiia.1 ls,.(Ua ean. I ...-al..-. -.
Posifciy Mill s-b, U tJ M , 40,j, y
nf . CAVANAGHS AGENCY.
E. P. ADAMS, AUCTIONEER.
Large Bakery, Stosk and Good Will
at I'vnr.w .tcvTinx,
On Ttir.ilnj- Detcssmiiar Srlth,
AT is O'CLOCK NOON.
Sl,l.. t'L"""''. ''Ti.I-.Sio, l!uild,n,
iSlfS Loo,-no,", "?", Ieiiery WagoVs, antl .1
Machinery connecletl with the llaVery of Messrs
I-mKllmniiaas, on Nuuanu street. '
.. i'.lf V ,?,.,,,'U H!'" Esrra Hour, llutkeystj
Golden W. PI 'a" Mil" 1"'Ln-.rlerMck,
;1.J i, ,', n "'i,J?'liaitersarksSsnta Rovs Hour:
cases lloiled Iwf; Vr,,,plng Pa,er: lgs Sugar, oosei
Soapj case, am kee, ll,y chest, 1 eaj assortment of
hnms . fellies, etc tstgs Loltee, hops; cases Saloon and
il l7,;,,n,-"ct'r,V&,'ir I"." "rinslstonesihatal!
I.V, st'TVi."'- T' "'-inO,blt Si'l't'oar.l-
MMii'.'fvL',,i. L",er,i C Ch'"i l-'ls
.stallresses; Cross-cut Saws, etc.
Also, tint desirable Lot. No. tt Nuuanu sirett, near
the Lyreum, with the hnildmg Ihereon, cunsi.ling of a
Comfortable Collage of e rooms, with muk.house, etc.
tf For further particulars see pnstrrs, or Inmiire of
A. J. LATKir.nr, or '
" r. r. AhJM.H, Aurllonrer.
in:oK3titKK 'j.i, .,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
WILL OPEN FOR THE SALE OF
The third invoice of which has Just been received
. EX SUEZ. DECEMI1ER i;tm.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
From Factory IVices will be made for cash.
T AST, HUT NOT LEAST 1
Would like to announce, in a mild manner, that al
COHXKIt t.f rollTitml HOTKr. .1TUKKT.1,
VfllX UK FOUNIl Till! NF.1V
SUITAIILE FOR PRESENTS.
I-vlies would do well to call and stamina our
Fancy Dress Materials,
Feathers antl Artificial Flowers,
Orxals In Great Variety,
.MVii, lo.' ,i Youth' flolhliiti.
IF YOU WANT
A CHEAP OUTFIT OF CLOTHES,
Something Neat tn
HssU, ScarTa. Nssoktiaa, Etc,
Call and lnsett for Yourselves.
O- O O IE I vC,
Ciih. FoaT and HomL Srasars HONOLULU
STEAMER INTEREST FOR SALE.
IW ORDER OF Z. S. SPALDING, ESQ.,
IF I I.I. SKI. I. T
StursUy.............Iscssils,r 30, IM89
AT l O'CLOCK hlM)N, AT SALKSanoU
AN i-Jni INTEREST IN THE
STEAMER JAMES MAKES.
Jfiia ulrruily mini u I'roflt of $30,UUU.
K. P. ADAMS....
I NO. O. FOWLER Co.,
urn i-rcjNSi-eil l VsrMlaA J'fslMl uuil Ktlh
mulrm for tUtrl
With or w'uluui Cars an.1 LocswcAivet. SpsUIy
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS..
Peiuurteiit Railways, arid Locomotives aud can, Trao
.!. !-""' and Rad LocooMlves, Sumsi
r-oueuiog ana uuutvaiiog afacsuoavy, ruet
able Lngmes for all purposes, Wmhiu
fcngiiwa foe Internes.
(x1aLmu .vll 1. tll.t.al. j.. VI ll .
ri alu. ut. .. 1.1..... . I...L! ..
f Jt.. n .
PLANTATION OVSBSSSS WM1S
Apply buswulUuly u C IUtKWtKea. !.
lulu, M lu U, rc-aiu? Pahaks, , ,XSaik JSssJ