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NOVEMBER is, 1M1
The Amatwr Mutkal Sodct) hot lirgun In
1 1 j tT Hapten's "Crealkm."
Nrttly five rokrnnt of orrcml matter in
i i vrtttkS (MrttM, ml a many molt in the
( V. 0nct (rt rwpltew of iry (ienrt
Ih. "I'rlM lint" f Twwl Klni: mtmtiry)
wi in rtetjtih(! paetmftir rtn 1ht .tailxw.n.
IV tvtrrrsn prtrethflll iMt Sumby "'
S t . IanM)n at Kott Mrtct Clmreli, appear
in full on the setcmil tagc of il sstpiMemtnt.
Mr. 1 toffiiHtm't lecture on Tom Howl was
IuttKnt from lat Thursday, anil will lie
Riven rxst Monthy night at V. M. C. A. Hall.
As slatnl last tck It ought In e rll altcn
del Doctor Ainlng, the young llritttli-Grrman
.tweutitt in dermatology lyiks like a man
whom Mr. Pilch ami Mr. (IHison ran not
easily "lumlnxMle.'' lie ilocs not already
"know all about it."
Recently a cricket match wa played in
Northamptonshire between two team of
ladien. One of the lulus omen scoreti lliirt)
five in one Inning. Where are the local teams
alnorbctl by the bac ksll nines?
A Press reporter nalketl acrms the large
lot just cast of the Umalilo Home and notcil
the onslaught made by the pelua worm. If
tome one had a flock of lean turkc) to ilrisc
into thit field 'mould, be a fat Hock in a neck.
Mr. II. J. .Voile, of the Heaver Coflce Sa
loon, supplied the KcformaloryShool band
Ny with luncheon jcstcrilay j and Mr. L P.
Adams treated them to ice cream They de
To-day the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce will meet for the fitt time since Its re
incorporation. The officers arc Mr. C. It,
llithop, president; Mr. A.J. Carlwright, sice
president; Mr. J, II. Atherton, secretary and
Who was the drunken soldier who assaulted
the young son of Mr. Tripp on I'ort street, on
Tuesday afternoon ol this week, and chased
him into Mr. Preston's office with a drawn
sword? Where is the Marshal and the
police? Oh where t
f Road Supervisor Harl was 47 last Monday.
He is four days older than King Kalal.ua. It
would be a graceful (and perhaps a profitable)
thing for the community to send him to Mel
bourne when the king goes. He might bring,
lack some valuable ideas about road building.
Ashford, Austin, Ilickerton, Drown, Castle,
Oaiidson, Dole, Hatch, Kinney, Kaulukou,
Neumann, Preston,' Rosa, Kuiscll, Smith,
Smith, Thurston, Whiting, Ward and Hart
well and Hcblurd on the way. Any Ixxly left
out? "Mr. "Attorney General." Heg your
mdon, sir; many thanks for the "suggestion.'
Judge llickcrton's sunny coniilcnancc has
been taking on a more serious cast of late.
He lias been obliged to deal with several
specimens of the imperfectly developed hood
lum and has lieen dealing with them as they
deserve. "Send the bad lxiys to the Reform
School, Judge. 1 hey may develop into little
Morenos if carefully coached," sa)s the mal
icious reporter. -
Mr. Antone Fernandez, of the mounted
Police, is to be praised for his manly act in
rescuing a poor Chinaman from a brutal
assault made on him by Sam. Kelly on the
public highway, near the Pali last week. The
Chinaman's arm was broken near the wrist
joint, and he was otherwise bruised before the
assistance came. An examination was waived
before the Police Court, and the prisoner has
lecn committed for trial at the next jury term
on a charge of ma) hem.
" Come and Seel" will be the theme of Mr.
Cruran's Sunday afternoon sermon in the
Y. M. C. A. Hall. The usual pleasant open
ing service of hearty congregational singing,
interspersed with solos, duets and Scripture
readings, will also be given. These Sunday
afternoon services are becoming very popular
Last Sunday there was a large Increase in the
attendance, and mainly fiom the class of non-church-goer
for whom these meetings are de
signed. A cordial welcome awaits all.
Messrs. J. Williams & Co., have just com
pleted for Kxcelsior Lodge, I. O. O. F., an
indla-mk portrait of the late David l'litncr.
The twrtralt Is enlarged from a photograph
taken without regalia, the enlarged picture,
however, displays the regalia and jewel of
deputy district grand site an office held by
Mr, Klitner previous to his death. The like
ness is considered excellent. The same firm
has a picture of the late E. O. Hall, enlarged
by the camera from a San Francisco photo
graph, which is beautifully finished but not at
all a gooj likeness.
Sir, K, V. Macfarlanegave a luau at his
residence last Tuesday afternoon, succeeded by
a dance In the Kv cuing. The luau was com
plimentary to Master Frederic Walter Mc
(ar lane, altat wie. The dance was in honor oC
Air. Abraham HorTnunr, To the luau about
sixty guests w rre Inv ited, most of w horn attended.
King Kalakaua was among the number. The
feast consisted almost tntircly of native dishes,
served and eaten In native stylealthough there
was generous stoic of appctliing ratable of
- Caucatlon cookery provided, and K-asoncd with
most cordial hospitality,
Vrttciday afternoon, a large greyhound was
marly tcstiumcntal In causing a serious con
flagration on one of the premises owned by Mr.
James Campbell on Nuuanu Avenue. The
dog jumped through a window of the kitchen
from the outside, and onto a table on which
was standing a kerosene lamp full of oil, up
setting the lamp ujion the lighted stove near
by. An immediate explosion took place) ami
the kitchen and Uilldings adjoining would
ptolably luvc been drsttO)cd, but for Ihe
limcly assistance rendered by a neighborly Ud
who "doused the glim." In defense to his
tuo.lt.4iy, his name Is not given.
At the meeting of Algaroba Lodge, I, O,
G, T. held at K, of I'. Hall on Monday even
Itg, November Jth the following officers were
Installed for (lie c-nxwig Iwui by J. 11, Athcr.
Ion, G, U , and P. V. C. Tl William
Clark. V, C. T.i MUs K. Caster, K. II. S.
Thot, Sincr, L. II. S.j Mis. A. J. Uuigcu,
W. V. T.j J. II. Hair, S.j II. Einiucison,
V. T, James Nott, Jr., VI, K, S. J, W. Mc
Guite, Sen., W, M.i Mlu Minnie llolner. W.
U. M,s M. AKhc, W. I. j.j K K. Burgess.
JN. O. U. N. V. I!
the kaJgr, Mis Lack
The Item In last
(Muottcc vwy ititM
1 W. C. H vote ol
rLVmsv. attwrcd by a
" W-r-rT'tr of the
Tim kimi'.i niitnii) it.
Tltr ,tnfe Ihr Ur,inllrt Thr ll.lmf
King Kalakann was 47 jrstrnUy The dty
was celebrated quietly Salutes were fired at
dawn, at unwt and at mom. There was a
regatta -mH snch a " Imlf-lieattevl " afralr as
tlie Innwnntlni; Advrilrser wtmld have one)
llevr. Ilitatrgh the eemrtny of Mr. J. W.
Kobertwirr, srerttary of the ewirrrlttee of
airjrtgttnerits inemrer of the pre had places
on bnaril the Ka.ifo'a I.
The chrel etml tvf the "ftwil time" was, of
cmirw, Ihe regatta. The day was all that
crmhl 1 ilealtFtl, lite vky Mng lmwt clear
ami tlie sun's deehlnlly warm rays Mm; tern
pcrevl by a strong easterly hreeie -whkh prov
ed a further Important factor of the day's uc-re-w
by sttprtlylng tlw wherewillnl for rapid
flittinst,, back ins? and filling, Jlldng ami tacking
011 the itt of the Innumerable snlling craft
before llw tyt.
The sptxwtatKT of list Imrbnr and town
at all llmeii m rfcttitrwtne wm, aa the flags,
the crnwtlt of pnlty ilteswil pleasure-seekers,
the yacnta, the iikely-lfloklm; skllfc, the le-
decketl vteniuers, Ihe mountain-lilted clomls
danceil alternalety l-efore the tiectatorN.gare,
like Ihe vicarious working of a unlvertnl kalci
dieoe, one of iIhh pictures of nature so
graphically dealt with in the evprrsMon "ihcy
do one good."
The maurity of the vcsaels in harbor were
gaily drcotaleil with bunting fiom stem to
stem, amongst those particularly noticeable in
this resH-ct being Ihe Consuelo, the Kricdrich,
the lady L-impson, ami the steamer Wal
manclo (rcscrveil for convenience of King
Knlakau nnda ntrty.) The bark Knlakaua, it
may tic remarked i-n, flew two flags,
neither very clean nor striking in significance.
The standards and lianners almut town were
numerous, though ihe building showing pro
fusion were limited. Reference, however,
might be allowed to the lire-station building
and several steam navigation companies'
The view lookiilg from the Iwals nnd "itow
devoted to the use of judges and other officials
was one of docks and vessels and sheds and
umlier piles, covered and filled and cncruslcd
with human life in all sorts of phases, all shades
of skin nnd all tints of wearing aprnrcl. The
tml tnstmUt was more than pleasingly inter
esting; it was exhilarating.
The two bands (the Rojal Hawaiian and Ihe
Reformatory) were stationed on the Oceanic
Coman)'s Wharf, whence Ihcy discoursed
sweet strains and strains so sweet as have
made It a saying that " its music is the bevt
thing about Honolulu."
TIIK MORNI.NO RACES.
Aj a few minute lwforc to llu word " Go "
was given to the fjrst-class yachts. The ll)ing
start resulted in the craft getting away in the
following order: Sarah, 9I1. 44m.; Healani,
oil. 4cm.; Kahihilani, 9I1. 4111.; Kestlcvs,
oh. 45111. 25s.; Kapiolani, 9I1. 45m. 37s.;
Pauline, 9I1. 45m. 50s.: Consuelo, 9I1. 47111.
The scene as the jacht passed off lo skirt the
light house, was one decidedly prclty. As
they each bent over, catching the stiffbrccze
in the channel stretch, they began to separate;
and, coming into profile view on Ihe compara
tively smooth sea outside the reef, Healani, it
was evident, had a fine sailing advantage,
Kahihilani lying second, with Sarah a good
third. The other boats w ere beginning to drop
behind in a bunch. Soon all were lost to
Just at this time His Majesty was pulled
alongside the judge's scow , w here he was cor
dially welcomed by Ihe gentlemen of the com
mittee of arrangements.
The bugle call for the six-oared gigs to get
into position then sounded, and the skipers
drew for positions. A protest against Melie
on the ground that one of her intendingcrew was
a professional, in local acceptation of the term,
resulted in her being struck off the list. The
Kanoelani had withdtawn. The Liliu and
Tillie got away to a fine start; but the lighter
gig commenced forthwith to "walk away."
" proceshed " past the light house 1 min.
25 sees, later.
The vachts were now seen on the first back
stretch, the gaps between them having licen
considerably lengthened during their retircmen
I.oud shouting announced the approaching
return of the gigs. The joung prince's (Kc
liiahonui) crew came, with a quarter of a mile
lead. Their opponents returned at a " walk."
Time 10m. 22s.
The boats Pauline and Shoo Kly started as the
band struck up " Lea talma." The difference
between ihe two stvles of pulling the whites'
and the natives' was very noticeable, the red
and white showing to great advantage. The
result of the races was never In doubt and the
M) tile's crew won as they liked.
The slx-oared canoe race was interesting.
The starters were Ihiihilauakca and Leleaanac.
Two had withdrawn. The race was the best
up to the time. A foul occurred 200 vatds from
finish, by which the Ihiihilauakca lost aliout a
length. The other led past the judge two
feet clear of her rival's stem.
Kour-oarcd gigs. The three boats entered
put in an appearance, but Col, Judd's
crew were ruled out for some reason. Red-
white-and-bluc and Paulii stattnl. (The boats,
pasting down the channel, met yacht Kcalani
winning the first race gallantly: none of her
compeers were anjwherc in the vicinity -several
hulls bearing well away under the offing),
The gigs' race was a fine one only sofar askeep-
ing together was concerned. The heavier men
in the heavier boat just did at they liked, and,
though their jouthful opponents struggled
manfully against disadvantages, they had to re
cognize all along that Ihcy were going to be
" left." Time, 22 in. 28 s.
The yachts of first race were now straggling
In. The Kahihilani put in second appearance;
lime, II h. 57 in. 23s. The time of winner
(the King's lx.it) was, 11 h. 33 in, 20s. Rest
less, third, 1 1 h. 58 111. us.
The Kenau andKe Kaa, whatcboats, started
In Ihe 6th event. McGregor's boat (the first
named) beat her rival alt to pieces.
The Chinese lioat race was amusing rather
than alifviiiit,; screeching more the order of
the da than scientific sculling. The coolies who
covered themselves with glory have names the
was Ihe only one to go Iheproper course 1 "Some
one had blundered I" All awful mess of a foul
and a tegular "circus" of confusion at the
buoys was a source of a good deal of hilarious
cicitcmcnt to those on the boats following the
The honors in the swimming race, which
was got through meanwhile, were earned off by.
an amphibious native rejoicing in the potac
ion of Ihe cognomen ol IuiroI. Two others
breasted billows ; but vainly,
TIH. AK-KKNOO. KACIS.
Theie It not sjoce lo describe the aflemvon
race in detail. They w ere as follows 1
No. 19, single skull race, prise $15, course
same as No. 3, Two entries: Shoo Kly,
John Kai; January David Dow. Race start,
ol At I el 3 r. M, won by Shoo Kly, in 13m.
No, 9, yacht race, second class) first priie
$25, seeoiul piU $15; course from can buoy
ut the chuiue); past spar buoy leaving It on
the vtarboard side thence around a boat off lh
Quarantine grounds, round spat buov aula to
Hirtiatj point. Two entiles: Cotuudo W.
II Moflitti Lena llennmin Muffin 1 Gnat
W I Williams Race started at I 2 J r i.
won by tana, in ih 32m. 22.; Gnat second.
No 12, six Ktred gig race for professionals,
prlre $50 or silver cup; course from can buoy
rwt the channel, leaving spar buoy on port
vMe, thence to and around tell buoy, and back
rata.! spur buny In starting point. I'onrentric:
Kanoelani Col. I'.ll. Judd; Puvala Hon. C.
Uttikmi; KaiIolaiil Alexander George;. Malie
S. Nnwlein. Race started at 1134 p M;
won by 1'naala In 2S11I.
No. It, catamaran race, price $20; course
same as No. 9. Two entries: Ka Lhukal
Uwflia Napoleon; Haul Scrabble- l)ille
llonl Chili. Kacestatlcd at 1:A v. M.t won
by Ka IMmkal In ah. 30s.
No. 15, diving contest. Two entries!
l'elehu and Awahua. Won by l'elehujn 3m.
No. 1 1, sailing canoe race, priie $35, course
ine as No. 3. live entrless taleaanac
l' K. Llllkalanl; Mignon W. M. Gilford;
Flying Hish-S. Naauao; Hoknlele-J. II.
Maknle; Ohuli John Walohlkala. Race
slatted twice, second time at 3-05 r. m. Won
by Ohuli in llm. 21s.
No. 15, fiveoated whalelwat race, priie
2.5O1 :jurw Mitttai .".n . I"vr Jtirst!:
Klnaii Alexander Geogej Kekau Kaka-
lewai. Race stalled at 3120 P.M. Won by
Kekau Irftolm. 35s.
No. 16, tub race, free to all, priie $10;
course from S. S. wharf In can buoy. I'ntrie!
taahl-llob; Walalcalc-Kahull; New York-
John Kay. Won by New Vork,
No, 17, tug of war, free to all, priie $to.
Pour entries. Won by li.
No. IS, Intge race, Kalakaua purse, priie
$50 or silver cup, same course as No. 12,
Three entries: Piolaclchua Hon. J. A. Cum
mint; llanakcokl I). L Klmmaka; Kaua
kcahc C. II, Clark, Race started at 3:49
I'. U, Won by Piolaclchua in 29m- 27js.
The schooner Waioll is hav ing a new for c
mast put 11.
S)dney Arrived Octolier 21st, American
steamer City of New Vork, Cobb, hence.
The P. M. S. S. City of New York will be
due from Sydney next Monday en route toSan
The German bark l'reldrich is discharging
an assorted Chinese cargo, at the old Custom
Port Townscnd Arrived October 24th,
American schooner Ida Schnaucr, Robertson,
Spukcn September 10th, latitude 15 north,
longitude 26 west, Hawaiian bark Kale, from
Ilrcincn, for Honolulu.
Spoken September 20th, latitude 38 notth,
longitude 55 west, American bark Ce)lon,
from Itoston, for Honolulu.
Mr. Frank Cooke's new steam )acht made
the ttip ftom the bell buoy to the old Custom
House wharf, in 9j minutes, on Thursday.
The llritish batk Lady Lampson is at
lltewcr & Co.'s whatf; loading slowly for San
Francisco, for which port she will sail in about
The Hawaiian steamer Kinau was bunched
from the Marine Railway, last Thursday morn
ing. She makes her first trip to Windward
next Tuesday, the 20th inst. Fill her up.
The Hawaiian bark Kalakaua Is discharging
at Urewcr & Co.'s wharf, an assorted cargo of
general merchandise from San Francisco. She
will return to the coast on or about Dec
The whaling schooner Page arrived yester
day, 27 da)s from Fox Island, and has a cargo
of 8,000 pounds whalelionc, 9,000 pound.
ivory and 500 pelts. She brought into port
the captain and crew of the wrecked bark
Cyane nnd a portion of the catch, saved before
the Cjanc sank. The following is the memo
randum of the catch of the whalers now in the
Arctic: Orca, four whales; Ilowhcad eleven,
Sea Drecze one, Flectwing one, J. A. How
land one. The balance of the fleet had noth
ing up to the date of the departure of the Page.
The season had been very poor, but the whalers
will remain until November 1st. Alia, Octo
lite (Itttctt Charter.
On Wednesday morning, Judge Austin,
was petitioned by Messrs. Grieveand Atkinson,
publishers and proprietors of the Hawaiian Ga
tette, that the minister of the interior be cited
to show cause, if any existed, why he had
neglected to present for consideration, before
the king in privy council, a certain charter of
incorporation for the " Hawaiian Gazette
Company," which had been handed in to the
interior office for such presentation so long
since as the month of April of the present
year, reciting the fact that certain other char
ters subsequently dated, had been so handed
in and had lieen acteil upon; and that
the said minister had neglected ami refused,
as was his duty according to law, to present
for Ihe consideration of the king in
In privy council, the Hawaiian Gacette Com
pany's charter. The petition further asks thai
a peremptory mandamus to Issue from the
saii( court, ordering the said minister to forth
with proceed and present the said charier for
consideration to the king in privy council by
law as provided in such cases. In accordance
with said petition, Thursday of next week has
lieen appointed as Ihe day for hearing ihe ;e-
titlon and answer, Messrs. W. O. Smith and
Lorrin Thutston are lo appear for Ihe plain
titfs, and W. Austin Whiting for the Minister
of the interior.
Lutltrr Among thf t'Alneee,
At the last Wednesday-evening prayer meet
ing, at the Chinese Church, Mr. Le Kan gave
a lecture on Luther. The following are brief
note or an outline of the lecture; The Em
petot's order to obscrv&thc 400th Hlithday of
Luther, Left his Parents at M.llihle First Seen
at 20, He Itecame a Monk, Reformation in
1517, Ihe Pope and Kings, Luther Summoned
tieforc Charles V, Lulhcr a Pritjoner at Wart
butg, Itlble Translated into Chinese Language.
From these memoranda, it will ap
pear, that the Chinese, Mr. Le Kan, Is a
man who hat greatly Improved hit oppor
tunities for gaining information. At It
known to many of our leaders, Mi. Le Kan
was originally educated in the Moiison School
in Hongkong, nearly 40 years ago, and was a
fellow pupil with Mr. Yung Wing and others
who have liccome so well known, Mr. Le
Kan was fur several year a teller In the lank
of California, and recently united with Ihe
Chinese Church in Honolulu, Mr, Le Kau
look for his text, Maik 4, 22 1 --There It
nothing hid which shall not be revealed;
neither was anything ket secret (nil that ii
should come abroad."
It is the tail duty of ihe Ptess to lecotd the
decease, ) cstcrday, of Arthur P. Utickwood,
after a lingering illness, in his 76th year. He
leaves a wife, four daughters and two tons
with whom a Urge circle of friends lenders
heartfelt sympathy in Iheii loss. Mr, Uilck
wood was an old resident of these islands and
a faiihful servant of thit government for many
Mr, lioffnung has donated $oo to the re
lief of indigent I'oituguesc on these islands,
the sBOcscy being in the hands of ComUIorT
Thr Unrrrnmettt' lnrrlry.
The w tiler recenll) visited the government
nursery on King street -in charge of Mr
Carl Willing. He found that energetic, twins
taking and practical gardener surrounded by
"any number " of boxes, in which he had lieen
pricking out a lot of juvenile Queensland
pines of most Innocent appearance, lmt with
ralher dangerous sounding tatin mmes.
Many of Ihe plant now coming out under Mr.
Witling's ctiteful coaslng have no I'nglish
name and their Latin name would he undct
stood by lew. To properly value them one
nught In visit the nursery and talk with the
gaidentr. Many nf them are useful tree
fruit and nut bearing, or of kindtrd ulilit) 1
while others are merely ornamental. The
great question i, "will liny grow well here?"
There is no doubt of their growth in the nur
sety. Thai it already established.
To determine whether they will stand our
long summcrt without irrigation is the real
problem; and for it solution hss been cstab
lisheil the cxcrimcntal lorest on Ihemakai end
of the hill forming the western wall of Maklki
valley. The site is a fine one, commanding
the long sttetch between Diamond Head and
loon - till cut off in part by Punch Howl and
looking over Kapatama arid Kalihi lo Waia
nae. Kxcept at the extreme makai cml, the
slope has good soil, covered with grass, retain
ing moivlurc well. It has not been pastuicd
for some time and is in first rale condition for
the purocs required of it, A ortlon ha
been plowed in trenches, which are set at such
a grade that water is unlikely tostnndlnlhcm,
while the depth of furrow shelter the little
trees from the full violence of stotms.
Mr. Frederic Lucbckcr has hid charge of
this work since It began last )car. Nothing
can fairly lc said for or against the rttult of
his laliors, Thc)oung trees now growing
most of them recently set out lo get the influ
ence of Ihe first rains are looking very well.
They Inclune monkcjjKHls, algarobas, acaslas,
eucalyptus and pine. The most hopeful sign
In connection with the experiment is the fact
that the algaroba is beginning to climb to
higher altitudes than those popularly believed
to be the limit of its habitat : Round Top has
already a number of these thrifty )oung, trees
growing, not far below its crown.
" Youatt on the Horse" contains the
following: "Farcy is intimately connected
with glanders; they will tun into each other,
or their symptoms will mingle together, nnd
before cither arrive at Its fatal termination
its associate will almost Invariably appear. An
animal inoculated with the matter of farcy will
often be afflicted with glanders, while the
matter of glanders will frequently produce
farcy. They arc different types or stages of
the same disease. There is, however, a very
material difference in their symptoms and pro
gress, and this most important one of all:
While glanders are generally incurable, farcy,
in its early stage and mild lonn, may be suc
Fatcy has been among Honolulu horses and
mules fot at least a )car past, though not so
prevalent as to justify alarm until lately, A
disease resembling -both farcy nnd glanders
though not, apparently, identical with either
has carried off a great many horses and mules
on Maui during the past three or four years.
The disease prevailed at Sprcckclsvillc aliout
this lime last year and continued into this
year resulting in the death of many valuable
mules. The disease there differed from the
farcy noticed here in attacking the nostrils
first, and, in a short time, eating away the
cartilage of the nose.
The symptoms of farcy as noticed in Hon
olulu are a dull, listless condition, followed
by swelling of the hind legs, chiefly the off
one. The other symptoms of the disease may
be read in "Youatt," or any other good horse
It is clearly the duty of some one to inquire
into the matter, and see that no horses afflicted
with cither glanders or farcy are allowed on
the public streets, or arc kept where they may
infect cither horse or man. The agent of the
board of health and the agent of the Hawaiian
Humane Society ought to add to their other
accomplishments sufficient understanding of
veterinary practice to be able to tell a horse
with glanders or farcy when they see it7
A Vrttty Tulr.
An excellent story came by the last Marl-
Mr. William Flowcrdew, the English capita
list whose willingness to spend a lot of money
in the country was wet-blanketed by the
idiotcy of the cabinet, was a passenger to San
Francisco by that boat, which also took over
Mr, Claus Sprockets.
Itcfore reaching San Francisco Sir Claus
gave an extra spread at which "wine flowed
like water," and all that sort of thing.
On that occasion Mr. Spreckels ptopocd a
toast to the prosperity of Honolulu, to be drank
Mr. Flowcrdew did not rise. II is glass was
obstinately empty. His eyes refused to beam.
His nether lip was ominously satcastical.
"Why don't you rise, Mr. Flowcrdew?"
asked Ihe king of the sugar market.
The tall Itriton shook-his head and grinned
a savage grin.
" llut ycri'll reply to it, won't )ou?"
" Not if Ihe court knows itself, and It thinks
it does," answered the swindled projector of
tramways." There is only one good thing I
wish Honolulu that his excellency the
minister of-all work may speedily hang him
self." Mr, Spreckels winked at himself, solemnly,
and from half a doren throats arose atwift
A M'teatant Affair,
The lloys' Heading Room Association gave
their second annual dinner Ut Wednesday
night at the residence of Mrs. M, C. Monsar
rat on Union Lane.
tyvcrs were set for twenty-one, member
and guests, but only thirteen could be present
the representative of this paper being, unfortu
nately, an unavoidable absentee.
Atnctican, Kngllsh and Hawaiian flags ami
both evergreens and (lowers were used in dec
oraitnp the rooms. The tables were spread
with more good things than could be possibly
be eaten, and in a variety there is hot space to
The members present were Messrs. J, II.
lUbcock, A. M, llruwn, A. V. Carter, K,
Loe, W. T. and S. A. Monsarratt, II. J.
Moaiman, J. L. Torbcrt, James Wilder, E. II.
Wotlehouse, anl t W, Wood. The guests
pi event were Metm. Ai T, Atkinson, C. II,
Iluckland, atwl J, S, Webb.
Thanks weic due and enthusiastically given
to the following Udies who had assisted in
preparing the spread 1 Mesdamea M. C, and.
M. I), Monutratt, Mrs. J. K. Hrown.Mrs. ami
MUs IUImtocV, Mrs. S. M, Catteraml Miss
The band will play at Emnu Sciuaie at 4
r,Mf today, and neat Monday evening ai the
same place. This afternoon will play as
March-!. Huuuoke AU.,.,.,, ,...,, ,,lWrKr
OvsUturc-Mnj4,l for itua , Supw
ruuU GIufaBMitiof,. . baoellj
Slviwo-PUnc.,,. .,. ....iuliivin
iVikr-Tfc Skaur ........W.Uituf.l
QuadUl FuaUthe Fail,,,,,. , ..WXUuos
"The Power Needed" Will U Mrf Cruf-n't
Sunday morning theme, and " The Words of
the King " thit eveaw subject.
It 'J NOL I 11,11 I No-fintr If. W
rhf Ml min, iihkhtnme r ltd toUtivt lttl Mt
In, ftctorilmg totlSe acrotmu gtifn lt wmV, hr not
l ulJ Mtr-n ih itUmU in tfnrl, mimUr of lo-Cfiliilr-irtot
ttn m-Htlng pAMing thawcr of Ihe
atnimUnce itpt'nl iH I Mo 1-iMHt. To thm po?
Iten of tht WnJ tUt fare ,n formal. miterU.
Unrl.1 U Rirt-rttht pbnt.nff ami for Intero., In
MrcnftlhMiInK the yMin cmn nw (-Anting.
Rlmr Iju writing tMftinc mmtmtnU bar lt
frr, Mmir (tit of arnvalium, ikpAMiirrt will How
0lnioilie IikM an.ttit,trr ..ru-ltue cvmht f.vw4nl
li till ant ergti t ttttxity lil.t. I h
rptt IrtSat, KrartcKn T Hell RV wa $(,,, pr
It W AlmytiMtf if, r Mjtrir )). i), nt!
to I ftiminj't Mam fr Jtmtfe UjilWr $11.74 lo
nmrrow, or MtMihy.ii.il Ins Jii llic Chy of New
trk mm ilit Col wIm en route fvf Sam IVinftuctt, lu
! foltownl wt It htrr liy the Aintfiltt
I h M.e of the London tliarnof the Hawaiian IMI
rlctJione Omp.ny of iM, elty. 505, to Me. Jamei
Camidxll. rrtd at oer $y..s rWm Mm the con
trolling IntffMt, and phcei the concern now entirelyon
a la footing It remains to m tmt whn eflett thU
will hare on the Mutual Companj
We commend to the comlderatton of capiulitu,
planter ami otheri, the project thit U crmi em plated for
the organiratWiof acvmptny for tUr ui It 11 re and manu
fatluraoframl, for tlie growth of which the Wand
have Utn proven well ndipted, And the mattet for
which U unlimited, if ptunerly prepared
To-diy Mr. K. I. Adam will olTer two ilealraMc tot
on the plains, UIonR.njf. to the tltroinh estate,
tiunithlU Mwf nmt liuml tUrlniuyr,
- Seion, Wednesday, Novtmher 14. 1W1.
Haiku Sugat Co
KohaU Mi tear ( u
Hie Princcville rUntatioii Co
111 WdlluLlI Site !.
'lh Hawaiian Attncultmal Co.
Waimanalu Sugar Co
llonoku hugar Co., J15 wr !i jhI. tip
no rvuiitn ouRar ,j, .... . . ,
0A!a Sugar Co. J
Waihee Sugar Co
Pacific Mill to.
Kilauea .Sugar Co . , ,,,,
f hla SnrriiP I n
(irove Katith Plantation Co ,,.
tfnii.n Milt r., Can . .1. . .n ..
Star Mill Co
Iat Maui PHntAtton Co . .
UnomcA Sugar Co. , , .
Paukai hugir Co.
Keiiprocit) Sugtr Co. ,.
I.aupiihoctio Sugar Co . ,,
Hamakua .Mill to,
W'Aikapti Sugir Co . . .
Ilalawa Sugar Co
Honomanu bugar Co
llii Hawaiian Kailrtwd Co ....
Kahului K.-itlroaJ Co
Hawaiian Hell 'I elephone Co
Hawaiian 'telephone Co., (Maui).
Kaua! J rlephomc Co
HilOst Hawaii 'telephone & 'I el. Co...
atiCRLk.ANi-.ous truck and nosos.
.'Hie Honolulu Iron Work Co
C. Hrewer&Compan). (MercantiteXi ..
Intemland Steim Nntigitiott Co,
Ka Maul Sunk Co. (Kinch)
V 11 tl-.1l C, .. i f... w
... w HUM S IMII. I.IIHIICll , t ,,
1 wtlre per cent. llomU .. .
.ine percent I lAManan IkuhU . ...
Seven percent HaManan bondi
Six percent free front Hov't 'lux
Onomea Sugar Co. liond, 9 per cent. .
Haw'n Agnc! Ca ItomU, 7 per cent .
II. KlF.MKMiCHM-lliKH. Secretary.
Lilehke, Mm, Von Schmidt, from Kilo and way
Lehua, itiu, Ixircnren, from liana and Molokal "
Nettie Merrill, ch, Hrow ntll, from Lahatna.. , . "
Iwabni, Mm, McDonald, from katiai .... "
Kabkaun, Haw Lk, Miller, from San rrancisco '
Jennie, sch, from Kekalia ,
Caterini, Ach, tromllanalei. .
Waioll, sch, from Paauliau "
Maru, fcch, from Hakalau
iames Makee, ktm, fmm Kauai
irantie State, Am thip, Hoii. from Koyal
Koads, IIC... .
Planter, Mm, Hate, from Maalea, Konaand
Kau. . '
Waimalu, &ch, from II do . '
Hell Kock, Brit 1 s, Dumbreck, for San Fran-ci-sco..
II. W. A1m. Ambk. Frtemnn. for San I r.inr!ti "
Jennie Walker, sch, Neilson, for Fanning'
Uholihutcli. tor Ktikuthaele , 1..., "
Gen. Siegel, isch, for Koolau, . . , , . .
Kllauea Hou, Um, Sear, for Kahului
Haleakala, ch, for Pepcckeo. ..... "
Pmina, ch, for Hilo , "
LhuVai, ach, for Waialua . . '
Coloma, Am bk, No)es, for Hongkong ... . "
Ihua, Ktm, Iienicu, for MotukutanU Hana, M
Nettie Merrill, ch, for U-thaina. ... '
IwalanI, sim, McDonald for Kaua! "
Likchke, stm, Von Schmidt, for Hilo and way
Kekautuohi, h, for Hanalei "
Catenna, sch, for Hanalei '
Manuokawai, nch, for Kckuha "
Mariposa, O.S.S f Howard, foi San Kraitcitco
Kva, Am tern, Wikman, for Humboldt '
Granite State, Am hip, Koiw, for Manila.. "
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
C. S. UvihKHT, Davis ...
Gkanitk Statu Kou(ouuIde)
I.ADV I.AMKOK, Kust..,, ...
. -Ger, bk.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
IMtoh, Am. blcCMUJN... Harrow
Ihie, Jan. 10-15. C, Brew cr & Co., aent.
Hrewen, Ger. bk. Mazatlak Sander
Due now. II. tlackfeld ft Co., atfent.
IIhilmkn, Haw. bk. Kalk , ..Kothfox
Due Dec. ao-as. .11. Hackfeld ft Co , Agent.
CAKiiirr, Haw, bk. Iouani , .... G-itrel
Due Dec, 1 -to. H. Hackfeld ft Co., Aiientt.
CUSKTKADT, II. I. R. M. S. KASKOtNIK, .
Glavcow, Km. bk. Uikmaii Witt
Ixiadinj. G. W. Macfartane & Co., aenti.
Jaluit, Am biitne Haiahu , ,, ,M , llemey
Due In all Nov. A. l Cooke, Aent.
Jaluit, Haw sch Kaluna .....Lovell
Due now, A. F. Cooke, Agent.
Kaiiulli, Am. bk. F, S. lHout&uN Potter
Due Dec 1-5.
LiVERrooL, lint, hip AttEHVTwtTH Castlk.. Harries
Due Jan. 10-t j- T. H. Davie & Co., Agent.
NkwCASTLK.N.b W.,Hnt bk Aiines Wit son Guy
Due Nov fio. H. Hackfeld A Co., Agent.
Nkw Cawtlk, N. S. W., Ger bk Cukistink, WildCn
Due now. !!. Hackfeld A Co., Agent. r
uw iurk, um. uk. niitrir ja'iu ittimore
Due now. Cattle ft Couke, Agent.
New Yomic, Am. bk. hrAKTAN . .Cnmtey
Overdue. Cattle k Cooke, Agent.
Pohtland, O. Am hip Titan ..,..,..,
Due Nov ij-w, en route to Hongkong.
San Kuancicu, u.h.s. Alauepa ., ... ,, Mor
Due Nov. . W. G, Irwin tic Co., agent.
San Kb a set SCO, Am. bk. Caibahirn ......,Hubbard
Due, Nov. yy. Cattle ft Cooke, aem.
San Francisco, r.u a.s. CtTVoc Svunky .Dearborn
Due Nov. jo. II. Hackfeld A Co., Agent.
San Kkancico, Am. ch. Claus SrKKCKKtJt.,Drcw
Now due For Kahului.
San l-tANCikCO. Haw, kch Kawailani , .,Ctuuey
Now due. ror Mahukona.
San ckanumto. Am. bgtne, W. G, Irwin v Turner
Svunrv, r.u.s CiTVur New York. Cobb
Nov. 19. Hackfeld fc Co., agent.
t)ua N41V. it.io. V.(I. Irwin tfc Co.. jnt
VtCTuRtA, II. C, Am. bk. Alukn llkwr. . .Noyc
lOMii iut it, nuim re v,u- Ktivum
From San Fraitcico. loer Kalakaua. November ia
CA Duodv. It DcinKcraitd wife and child. 1 Unland.
F Philip and wife. M Thompson, Kv A CUrk and w tfe
arwIttuW, K J 1'Mkcnion, CA Wile hew. )' A Lynn,
V r. Lynn, t D Young, I-ouli 1 Du Hoi. MU Stan'
ner, A Ida, 0 Gra.
from Hongkong, per Ffiedikh, November B Mr
rrom Kahului, per Kilauea Hou, November 10
Mr UrowncU auj child, V O Smith. J Muw, S liar.
(iSIMfl, r W( ( IIVMMIi I'll VttUlL'UCU.
r row Windward Pott, per Ukclikv, November 11
Mitt tliram, Kev ll Hingtiam, U J UainpLcll, H loUJ
l- tl 1 UI..I II llll .11.11 I. lit.. 1.
Um, Mi Coan. A t ludton, W Pii arid ihild, W H
liarcnste, K DU Gould, Mi Necdham, A M Sprout
W I. treoWburg. C j rid it I, W I, Coilrell. Hcv A O
it iiiriHi rt " im dim iiuiu.k, pin tun
Fori, uou, vt u Atwair, jit v, vuium, air
aanrcy, r. ji uwt,
Irwoi Kauai, per lwaUtd, NocmVr itJ M
don. G'llicomb, l.Titcomb and wife, G S Gay 1
wie. G ZitiUr. VC Kinr. 1' G Walt
Irooi Kauai per Ja Make, November i-TM
Foi Kauai aid Wkkinae, txr Ja MaVe, NoveiuUi
-1 T Kama, J Uuh, b L Km. A P Jackawc
for Windward Porta, twr Planter. November u
P Coomb, C II Cuotnb, k II Smuntr, J Camruo, Mr
Ikulev, ) M Hutncr and wife, U it Homer, '1 U M0I14.
1 11 4vjor
l ( II Cm, Uw M tiitlt, Mr Ach, Mr Anun
I w ,Sja I'mulu, mi IUII !i.V, Nu.imWr iu
Sue StuLJiAl .U.I Sl.uL Dcf Ikux. NukclaMr
A M iKwk, II SI llry.uK, Mi Ouwii, Mut K,uSa,
I'm UuU.AfJ Kurt. p.r LU.liV, N.v.iaUr it-
E L ll.ixr, I CmuUII. MU. St.fcl.fc Mrs Muih.,
U A llruwu, J Mill.. W II IMuxs WO Alvsur. l!
t lUiMr, imm Jl.in, lirr iSvuavcuun, U Mi'
cruclkj iO K..laul, HCAumui, K U tluW
Mm Aduut. Mi. J K MtUs CUis., A HA.r, Mu
iot Kut, per IvkUnj, N4.uitr 13 Orxsm
u i. ui uV s 11 l)oL,.
I'ur K.iui, wju V.sm, NonmUr l-1 Cam id.
,U4 iwuv, a tft.tr. r uunin.r smm lUUiurr, is a
Ka. MUaiUi. btltlUi
for but tiioUKO, Bcf Msnpgu. No.tutcr 1 1
W H UclU.k umI au. nJ dtajilmt.ilA K.1UV.V. II K.
I yf. tul sock, 1 UUu,(Ui W I Wuc4, Urs
W iUUrit, J Slu ud .., Cp. Uclup,, f
IWtswii, ? HclMp. C OV, L Ciyitstit, M
Neiln, CI Ueter. I V Oenet, Mm Datl arvl t ehfl.
drrn I I otfman. U. thavU, (1 Duprey. U Salf, M
Ore ton, F tlui k K Oetke, H Phomnwn O Graw, and
1 1 h nt-tr
From .Hart Franciern. per Marlpua. NovcmUr
MacfarUne ft to, n c heer ; II Otlems, 9 pkfi
in 1 IVrre ami t o, t but bkrk. 1 r mercrMmlUe,
t bl tlttfk . P M'lfttmev. I lmt Mtti.tr. I tWt rn
L Man It, I freetn, t Uy wheel, 1 c aWtbtJ, 1 1 ilnii,
tnifHitw, 1 $ innim, 1 r inn, Qt Mat loner y, t
c ty)e, 19 IithIU pHr, btimlU lird, j Kwskt,
pkg aptt. 3 1 ink, 14 pk te , Serwe fet Jk Co.,
SrietoU,icn. Mr II .Marlalt, pk fwntfmre ;
II J Neltefi ct metthandlK. tbi loMiro, 1 roj rf;
tnehan to, tj tkwhrtW), 1 bl rofk , O rt,
IJ ah plank, t (oke. mi mrrtane m(
rwU llollitter A to, 6 n dru, t c tmvate, 71
rdta lnttl4, .rk4fnttM, c . hm , tlm Itfekl .V
to,, 14 pkg etnlrw i-nmrtrt, t pk wmi'lfs pke
manufanurM of Hm, 6 pf m.ituf.ture , cut ton ,
May A ts pkt anotted gtoceiie , WrfoVr a
I . n mi 1 11 , ltiitmtK.tm .t Co, to c prtlm. p'fc
plairJ ii, pkttklirdAitrt, S Jpktf ir-s,l . r trt,
At btr .tiiti m x-i , C feft, to rt Uiuti ami wkw i
J 1 W.i.rlim, "jtj kKKrocerte, dry KfMfiU, hard
ware, ku ( V dour, 65 pkgt grotrrie. dry oodi,
hardware j J I, Uownburg, t c fjrnihin2 fftOiU ;
Godfrey Urown, t( c wine ( Irwin A Cu. oH brl
whltkey, tbrU whitker, io,c- p-d bikV, Ij6 f
pipe, 115 bfUnijtAr. t btl live carp, 6s pkj feed, iM
pkg hardware, natU, Knxeile, ilry Rood, and fuinl
litre. llofrhUemr & lo. Itt tVt mamifaitttrr nf
cotton, Mfifmlm, 130 t l ratnly, i) cftgini Meln
lre A llrm, q pka inxerie, LtJirt X to, it pkfti
dry guodi tiithvrii A to, 1 1 not 100 , I;; pkn
grovene, naiiey to, 4 pkg loy ami Rlaware ;
li.intuiun 9, I .. .. .L -. tt,.. m fill!...! ..II. u
""u"i tv ", '"K i"'l V uilil(u (itliir. VCT1V
hie, t6pkdiy Kli, notitnt, anddtrar, Ahplurt
-u, 150 "R iMaii, o c 1. inn inercnanine ; 11
I-aii(-e, 1 i rt carriaje material , I. P Adam, t jtpke
apnle 1 taMle ft tooke. ut tkt machines, it c
aewiini machine. Ion tkir liardwara drv trouiU. furni.
tit re, and h ctxxli , Jno Mctolitan, y pkgnu(iinry
i 1. 7IHUII, 11 rv tewing oucnine, 1 n on ; nroi(lic
ft Sttear. ft c tilated ware t lltdionft Co c Mati.m
ery I Oat, Jr, ft to, w Matlmer, n ptl nuilC j
(fbel, 1 c hat, t cadrr Rood , llulle and to, ; hdU
u", J9 PK iceoi ram ncumann. pfeg, ueck
"" jy i'n" ". I'm i;iiii.iiiii, v j.i, urcs. ,
Hotu& to . t ktz furniture . V V. William, n i.k
furniture: S Itoth. t c tljth i Hall A. Snn. nn
hardwniT, ' k flour, t c merchandise, i e tdier
wate ; HomdUid U" Work to, 178 c hardware
(1 W Matfarlane A Co", fU r l-iiuor; 2T pk suar.
1 Ji , injur, 1 run uciijTiK, 3 c an ,
brackets, t . plank, 1 c hardware, 1 ctin ware,
'. ifiStSrocerieaiile. anl onion, 1 n
macliuiery, c er ; II j man A tro, 5cmenhan
dUe. 11 C InI and boe . W II lli.tms vtrt rin.
terle, dry Rondt ( SI Lv,ry A to, 14; c grtxene
o kters, and celery t kenneily A to, 1 1 1 c gnKcric,
4Cdry kchmKI, II Johmwiii. &8oc fenl ; S Noll. 73
tikg hardware, afe, etc , C 0 Merger, a i.kg Afc ;
table J latino A Co, 481 pkg feed i t t Wolf. 14 gro
eerie ; b I, Manhall, J59 pltg fiuil, vegetable, gro.
ceaie; Waller Mill, 14 pkg ujwr ; Oufn' Hospital,
fmK iiiuKi, i)tin . to, pisgt mtnicai inMrumentf,
ancyKood, 16 pkg furniture, 1 kir imuic J M Phil
hp, 431 pkgi Iiutier and avrtett ilr kimmIi, Kro-
Order, t6a jwg nierclrtnd.se and sundry to id
l-rom Hoiigkonir, per Fnedrkh, November S
thlnetr firm, I3,93j pkg Chinese good.
rrom sun rr.iricico, per Kaukaut, Novemlrfr 1 -llolle
A Co.. K brl lime, 559 tack Hour and feed ;
Hackfeld A to. in ihirt. ijiki Hour. KutLi lurlv
nltd oat. c 1 1 hav ! Hall A Son. mil. UilP
Jno F Howler, 50 Ul lime ; M ,lclnerny, o c clock.
7c twou nn.l hoe, a c gun J K .McKibbin, 1 brl
wine, 1 horw, 1 bugy; hkhiefer ft Co, 6pkcroc
trYi 9' IK i;nnertei 103 bx apple, 3uo bl Iny,
1vmj. 1 c wine, a uxnury koou : tiro li iiertram,
bx clothing ! Geo I uca. i.f brick. 100 brl lime.
9 pc wo! and iron work ; C F Wolfe, ;j pkgs.hay,
feed, Krocene I Irwin ft Co, 108 ikc cart. 11 tike
Iron wutka ; Sullivan, Ituckle), A Co, too bl hn,
ij -. iwn , ihmiii .Miner, 30 on nay, 40BKbtan,
to k oat; Gnntiauin A Co, 11 bU bajj ; Hjman
tlBCie ; C K UlIlLimft. TT skc furniture! 1! It
CatMin, iS jikg feed ; A J Cartwriaht, Jr, a b
eflecta! A took, i team lounch ; K Wagner, 74
hog; Order, asSfkK grocerie ; 868 pkg 10 Chinese
Vox San Francuco. ver II.lt UmL. Vnv,mU, n
1600 bnchs lunarm, $1,550.
Kor Fannlnf't liland, pr J.nnic Walkrr, Nov.m
tcr 10 7 bRs .ugar, io ft.. ; 4 lf-t rice, 4iu Hjs; 3 til.
moKisfs 90 gl z ix kA, yta R.. I $110,74
Fur San tranclvo. pr II tt'Almi. Nnvrml, ,n
670 tlcj. U2.ir, 76,510 R.s j J077 pkgs rice, .7,7ojri.. ;
3501 molaet oHoogls : $18.612. ia
For San h ranciKO, per Mariosa, November 15
4,074 t K ""liar, 575,988 n.. j i,6a ut addy,
111. SIS His ! I..11 bkif. rife. t..,(in !t. j.S l.nfllc
hides; 4 brls tallow, 1653 ffis ; 7l5kms sheep; ic6
skin, goat ; 3014 bnchs bananas ; ia b. betel leaves ;
247 uiiui. ugar cane 450,079 .3,
Another of Ihe popular free entertainments
forsoung men ami working men, uill begiicn
in the V. M.C. A. Halt next Thursilay cscn,
inR. The programme lias not sit lieen per-
lecteil, lmt Miss Prcscott ami Mrs. Hendry
h.-nc consented lo gie readings, and Mrs. J.
r. Hrown and Mr. T, H. Davie lo sine
Tir (irl- iMlntlilt.
Hnnokaa, Hawaii, is lo hae a public school
The rainfall in KohaU for October was
The spur mill of the Wailuku will broke re
cently. It was sent to this city and repaired,
and is now in place again.
There is trouble in Wailuku oer its "worse
than useless" olice force. If Marshal I'arke
iinot responsible for the blunder, made who is?
Through the carelessness of a natise, about
fourteen acres of cane owned by Itrodie and
I'ilder, Kohila, were burnnl a week ago last
The Kohala fair has been postponed until
ihe second week in December. Mr, Jordan,
in Mr. J, T. Waterhouse's Fort street store,
will forward any parcels ihat may be donated.
The dissatisfied German laborers from Kauai
have relumed to their laliors in the garden is
land, if Mr. John Husscl is responsible for their
conversion to common sense, he deserves full
credit for a praiseworthy performance.
The great freshet of ihe Wailuku Rim at
Hilo brought down over a hundred cords of
wood which came ashore in front of Hilo,
where it is piled up and for sale by the natives,
Chinese and Portuguese who gathered it.
Il is rciiorled from Kohala that Doctor
Ilond several weeks ago removed the eye of
an old native man, for malignant tumor, that
had been several times operated on by other
phvsicians and was seriously threatening his
life. The man, minus an eve, but with no
less sight than before, has entirely recovered
and rejoice in the prospect of a prolonged
Aillilo correspondent wiitesi "Mrs. Titus
Coin, after a icsidencc of many years In lllln,
left November 8th to reside at Honolulu and
also to visit America. Each one of the foreign
imputation who leaves Hilo Is greatly missed
gixvl people arc always missed; those who
make tlicimclvts truly useful. To be a descen
dant of one ol the old missionaries is con
sidered an honor by those who love the right
At the time they left their homes and all that
was near and dear to them, and look their
lisses in their hands, it was considered a vers;
The regular Hilo cpiicsuondcnl of the I'rcss
writes that a book, entitled "Klenienls of
Meteorology" has the following! "The quan
tity nf rain (hat falls duiing a single shower is
sometime amaiing. At Cayenne, Admiral
Kuussin found un one occasion that ten inches
ami three quarters fell in the course of ten
hours. There fell at (.tnna October 15th,
8Sj, thirty inches in Iwcnly-fuur houis, and
at Geneva on May 20, 1817, six inches in
three hours. In the famous Catskill storm of
July, 1819, a tub very nearly a Urge al the
Uittom as at Ihe top, was filled to hedeth of
fifteen Inches and a half in four houis,"
Il there a tidal wave of Nihilitn sweeping
over ihe woilj ami reaching even in this little
kingdom? Two weeks ago in KohaU, there
was an attcm tu blow up with gUnl powder,
Julian Melt, a constable livlngopioslte Doctor
Wight Uoie la llalatsa, just ntalal of the
government road, Keports conflict, as lo
whether the powder espMcd or inertly burned
quietly, l'folully there was no percussion cap
on the fuse, or it failed to detonate, and no
damage wasdone, A Chinaman whohul mani
fested admiration for Ihe hoo.se, and Inquired
where the lxsl room was and who occupied it
with the master of the house, was aliened on
suspicion at he had previously used language of
a threatening nature. aUil a lurttiisg could be
proved kssalsi him, he was fcUascd oa a Was
o(iaaa lo kocp ike peace t
icsutilii. iimv. ft i.ti. tnii iiurja iiisiftt tin,i fp.u-sria.
id NRt Wer, 1 iaiiorn raie, iw pkKi jiotatoeY,
35 lkgoniont, 141 pk apple, 10 .kciie.v, 3 pkg
fieh oyftters ; Clu M Cooke, 11 pkc calry wiahI
nnd hardware , I.yuntand Ivey. to idtg dry gouilt,
lewelrx.etc: M Mclnernv. nutLi hnin nn.l .i.
-'----. .----.. --, . l""JT ...'.. vssi . ,
I Jnth snJ uruw fat .ml ailttrtiw . tlhiwf
Sin Francisco i talking alwut having a
vvotlds Fair four jeVrs from now.
A woman's reason- "Well, liecsuse." A
betfr reason Ilceamc Santa Claus' Head
quarters have the finest ftuoitmcnt of Christ
nu present now in existence, ladles hire Ihe
lwt (Mtsiblc reason to purchase there.
Hevl Dog, Atlrntn, I gelling rivlllicd. A
cotoner wa appointed tail month, and nest
morning h- impinelled a jury lo slew Ihe most
rifni e ifp-. The following vv a the verdict 1
Nf, ttw jutey, ilooW swore, find thai
llwateil kem ter hi detli by the jujmint off
Heving, for hcvin kawlrd llil Jaiona lire."
Lightning struck a contribution plate, In a
Western church, just n the iImcoii vyai paw
ing it around. "Thl i the first time any
thing Imi Ii uck this plate for three month,"
said the iletcon thoughtfully. Wlttt will lie
striking the Honolulu public the most forcibly
to day will be the display at the Iteadnuutcr
of Santa Cliui, 106, Fort Street,
" Nerve I " ild the young nun of hi
friend, "why Jack's got n heip of nerve, lie
wasn't embarrassed n bit the lint time he went
to a blilicr's hop to get slnved." 'Ihe most
cmlurrassnl men In Honolulu lo-ilay wimtd l
the clerk nt Ici, Fort-slrctl, Santi Claus'
I lead-quarters, if they wcie not so used In
have their wares praised,
A hWcli lo!' wlien at last he had
managed to get mirrlo!"T.'2.Somplimenllng
himself lo hi ouc upon the propel Im2:(!CJ
in w1m.11 iiv i,cn itcii inning niiirisnip. 1
was never ower forward vsl vnu Janit, or tKik
ony mean liberties j I nve tried lo lie ceevil j
was I no, Jancl." " Oh, aye", John, -ou were
nyc ceevil, John, very ceevil, John s in fact,
you were senselessly ceevil."
The original Solomon Ins been nccuved of
having seven hundred wive, "llut then they
were his own wive.' That's why he was never
stuck for damages," av an esteemed con
temporary, llut If .Solomon lived In I lonoluhi,
tO'dsy every one of those seven hundred would
want one of the neat, novel, nice and not loo
expensive perfumer) toilet sets now on sale at
Hcnson, Smith & Co.'s Fori .Street drug slorp
just mikai Hotel Street.
Oscar Wilde told a Liverpool audience that
while off the Pacific coast ol the United Slate
he saw n seal linking on a rock, on whose back
was painted thcannouncemcntof.im.inufaclurer
of tooth-powder. If Oscar had told hi audience
that he had seen another seal painted with the
announcement that Sinta Claus' lleadquirtcr
111 Honolulu were at No. 1 19 l-'ort street, he
would have Told a lie but the latter part of it
would have been both true and interesting.
During a big thunder shower little Willie,
who slept up-statrs alone, got scared anil
called his mother, who came up and asked
him what he was frightened aliout. Will ad
mitted that the thunder was a little loo much
for a oungstcr who slept alone. " Well, if
sou arc afraid," said his mother, " you should
pray for courage." " Well, all right," said
Willie, an idea coming in-to his head, "sup
pose you stay up here and,pray, while I go
down stairs nnd sleep with pa."
The ex-Empress Eugenie is described by a
writer who has lately seen her as " a rallsrr
stately woman in deep black, not a bjt of color
anywhere, about her eye the twinkling ripples
that vcar make, around her mouth the deeper
drawn lines of sorrow, n sallow face, and hair
with grey in it." There is no truth in any ru
mor aliout the cx-etnprcss coining all the way
from Europe to have her photograph taken by
J. Williams & Co. The distance and her dread
of sca-slcknessure two or tncr-ion?' vvhlcii
A letter written by Prosper Meritnec during
his Eastern travel) In 1811 ha just been un
earthed which contains n compliment by a
Turkish pasha to the press. "Great inven
tion, newspapers," slid the pasha to his
visitor: "they afford an excellent Wiy to pass
the time." "llut you Oriental have the
pipe, which is infinitely superior." " I don't
know about that," answered the (usha.
"You see, when you smoke, sometimes it in
spires you with gloomy thoughts, whereas,
when you read the French newspapers, jou
never find nnytlung lo think about at all I" If
you want to have something worth thinking
about, visit 106 Fort street.
"Ten years ago two loving heart in Eng
land were separated by a little quarrel owing
to Ihe miscarriage of an explanatory letter. He
left home, married; she stayed in England and
married, and now liotli arc once more free.
He has eight children and the Jaundice, and
she seven and the dysjicpsia, ina neilhrr has
any idea of marking again. Truth may be
stranger than liction, but it is not so romantic."
Nothing could be less romantic than an iron
bed-stead. Yel nothing could'be more scrvic
able, clean and suited to this .climate especi
ally for plantation use. A Urge invoice of
these desirable goods may now be seen at
Hackfeld Sc Co.'s.
Il is said that the Prince of Montenegro,
who some time ago closed all the cafes ami
drinking shops in his dominion, regarding
them as schools of effeminacy, extravagance
and corruption, and aliolished all titles, so that
while formerly every other man in Montenegro
was an " Excellency," now even the Ministers
have lo be content with plain ".Mr.," has re
cently issued an interdict against nil " luxuri
ous wearing apparel," including cravats gloves,
walking sticks, parasols and umbrellas. Hut
even Ihe Prince of Montenegro could scarcely
be so unkind as to forbid, in this wet weather,
the purchase of some ofG. W. Macfailane H
Co.'s umbrageous umbrellas.
The following i Ihe projiortion of English,
Scut lib, and Iristi soldiers in the llritish aimy'i
Cavalry: English, 7,668j Irish, 1,0x4
Scolch, 686. KoyalArllllery: English, 11,5651
Irish, 2.37JI Scotch, 966, Koyal Enginceist
English, 2,6331 '". 3731 Scotch, 248. In
fantry; English, 34,8241 Irish, 11,9701
Scotch, 4,650. Foot Guards 1 English, 4,2601
Irish, 355; Scotch, 82S. Household Cavalry;
English, 9111 Iiiih, 901 Scotch, 198, Nearly
one half ihe soldiers of Iho llrilUli army
smoke. Willi a majority, .Manilla clgsii are
favorites. Messrs. A. H. Clrgbom ft Co, of
this city have Just received a lot of thotc do
tcivtdly popular and fragrant "weeds" now
offering al "taking" prices.
Messrs. S. J, Levey 4 Co., have attempted
a dating cxperirncnl. More llic IMI Kock
sailed fiom London, an extensive !in of
Crosse A. lllackwcll's wni Id -celebrated groceric
wcie put up for Ihcm ami were landed and
opened fur sale last week. The line inelu les
a great many goods not kepi in this rniikct.
Nothing-more delictum iluri soinj of h-- par
ticles in the Inn; lisl of goods displayed al
this popular grocers' Kurt stie: store, can
well be imagined. To any one who likes sup
ami doc tut like the trouble of cooking' It
the Cro & Ulsckwcll's tlnntd soups aru p.-r
fection. The writer has tiled ihtin an J knot
whereof he speaks. The i)Iujh, jellies, sauces,
lelishes, pick!, meats, fih panw, uuugcl
and the long lis) that ouy rut le msaiLinni in
ihii. brief uMtlou luvc sold " like hut cak"j
and, although a mull quantity reutalru, the
dcaand bat justified the firm in ordering a
Urge Invoke w arrive kmm Uom scat ytar.
vaiaiaiii.i: 1tov.11: LOTS
ON TIIK PLAINS, HONOLULU.
I have Utrt tnOrtttlnl ky lh HtreVilrt smljilhn
irMeflhcUiiInf CIIAKLIIS IlrCOvtll, Jmml,
lo sell l my leoom, In I lolslil m
Sntunlny, Nnvcmbnr litis,
TMOSK rwo VAIVSM.K
On I'entaeoU Mlttl, brlireen liertUnt ami Klnau
IMng teti MmbttsI ill wtijtonlNeO rn
mif KiifJMkarma ItartH,
1Tie Mt are very fsfarnMlr snl., rl offer an
etcellenl t.ttuhy 5r tawAmem, I W (ifftJherl
have ftnui(e ef jm fee m I'etaaeol drtel, rl 100
feel on llertunU mieel, and in fret on Klitaii sireet.
title. Ire MiafJe
XT tlenl at rxpertwnrifnrcffater.1
K P. ADAMS, Auitbneer.
JMPOHTaVNT TKADE 8AI.E.
Ilyertleruf 0. W. MACf'AKI.VNB II CO
I kIU MA
A (relit AittttAft Sale
" S'V gAUISIIOOM, QUIlr'N SI klirh",
t'rhhtii, xiirfHlUw 'i:tt
at loam. -.
I which III l olT.rnl
on a cmtmr to tii ri
.1 WrrMf Vnrltln 11 '.Vne Inmli,
All of which arc
new iviroRTArio.N iiv Rircvr arrival,
of which Ihe fotlowinit Is a partial livl
Une I'nnis, ftitrrni, Cretonnes
lllack Merino, While il (..il.nr.1 rlanneU
Angol.i nn.l CoonnShirU, to varieties woulem,
Check Wuuland W'ursled S)iat,
Silk, I.inen, anICotlun llamlkerthlrr
A laige vs-iety
IJenn Linen Collars,
SplenJhl Assortment of Wnolen IlUnketi,
Cotton I'nwelc I.vr anj Small,
I jnen iheellnis, all wlillht,
Hne While Cotlom,
Itett lleary Ilenlmt, Linen Dull.
. rurkey Kel Clolh,
A very line Atsotlmrnl of
GENTS' IIOSICKV AND UNtlERWUR,
Fancy lealhers. Flowers,
I'errumery, Jewelrv, etc, etc.,
ClulJren'a llooH, flair ilriuhes,
Lisln llircail Gloves, etc., tie.
A line Aittortment of
C K O C fC E l V W A R E,"
Chaml-ff Sell, Howcr 1'oti. Iwimp.
J le, etc., tic
GlwSSttRK Siicha Decanters, WineOUwi,
A LINE or
HattheU. Axes, Hoes, and other Plantation tooli,
A IIANtrtOMK A&WRTHKNT
Cocoa sMattln;. etc, etc , etc
Tei mt Liberal I and ma Je k'nown at Sale,
E. P. ADAMS,' "
ORTG AOEES NOTICE OF SALE.
y order of W. G, Irwin A, Co., tne ai;neet of AU v.
J CanwrUnt the Mortea;e named in a certain
indenture of moiteae. dated Se(teniUer 6, i9;j,
imd by lio Dm touid A.J. Cartwright,
1 am directed to tell at Public Auction
Sttitrlaif Xovvmherfri, 1H8H,
at ia o'clock,
At mySLi:SKOOM, in Honolulu,
TRACT OF .LAND
Situate tn the Ditirtct of Hilo, I.I and of Hawaii,
known or called
The AIIUrUAA of KUKUAU kp?
containinz about 1540 acret. mote or lrs being the
svame land jaitkuUtfy denribed in Koyal iVtent No.
5?o6, dated the uthiUy of June, 1B73, iuued to G. D.
Kor further iaiticuUr apply to
E. P. ADAMS,
t6;-td Attorney for Mortgagee!.
1 have received Invlrucllons from
EIILF.R3 k CO, OKT STKCUT,
THU VIIUIST.UAH AVVTMOX HAUi.t,
AT THila srnaic
BatartUjr EvcaOsc, Dcasssbr 82ad,
at ; u'tlock, m,
Mondajr Er.nlissr, Daoambar 4Ui,
at lira sarua Lour,
to- LOOK OUT FOR IJAUGAINS.
A SUOAR PLANTATION
AT A vvrios.
Will ta soU under tnklruclloni fiom iha .Motl(c.
and Owners, l It, salerrovia faf lU U!JeitJMd, 4
MONDAY. DECEMBER lOTM,
AT I? U'CIMK NUUN, Tilt
S UCA K J', A NTA Tl OS
KNOWN AS T. J IIANSKLDliN k CO.'S,
hiluale at Korula, Hawaii.
TU Fri-tilr toutlttt U UI i Attn U Land all
l.r4MliL-U A whkh rui acif t Mt Cain lnd and fas
Atiei famm, UU ai renuU uamuiut w ia wkola
THE CKOS CONSIST OK
JJ act Ratitvu rdy lo (orwi off
4 O u U voj0 1 aitM hmkIh otj
tU aci of yMt rloort 6 fk old
Oascieiw tLtntcab 14 toui..ftUd v
itS Jw-ttt px4 larxe 1 9 laomK oVt ?
SHU ucMt )wb( cm tUnifJ Att$ UH
TbucAue 1 (JaotcJ ucia triu fur (ttodtne. T1. '
yUit Uiof muled ta 00 W U il JuJs,t, r
I1oia hMtuwi tubj (rfh timUi4 LaifJtiMAf
Wag ttu, 4.. Ac, 4. -.
.'OUk H0U3KS KOR I. AMOR It KS
tx further ytmuUt aHy w
K. KAliAH, AwtLvm,
Or to tdwM ht4oa, U Kit ittt, AM W Tf4ffsW
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