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DECEMBER t, i8j
The (ifietlc Charter case wis ag-iin post
tot)cl till next Monilsy.
1 he Kimu made the fitet tfmc nn reeonl
from Honolulu to LtliAlrva sis hours.
Mr. Charles MiHtitcc ha oprncil a ijrncciy
More In Wity' liloclc on King street.
Mr Ilirrell, one tif the Unf"rtunitc Nlnlto
scitat-crs.lKi rcturneil. Ills xtort 'siin.-no'dihly
Commissioner Cnmt-trro nnd Mr. Atirihim
Iloffnunr' met with whit might Ime lccn it
serious accident when on Maul, being thrown
out of a wagon.
When the Alameda came in list week some
one asked a mercliinl if the coin hid come.
"No," he replied, "it'a amast here. lierj
thlng's ready, except thcliiillion."
ThercH.ua "ThinUgiving Party" at the
While House Thursday night, at which
among the gentlemen twenty-five l'nglislimcn
and thite Americans were present. Funny
The Anglictn Church Chronicle begins lis
xccoixl volume wilh the luimlicr Issued to di).
It has piid from the start, and has therefore
assuredly filled a need among Honolulu
On .that .Minister Oilison .-,) Chamlicrhin
Jmld "must go," thit there is war to the knile
between them, and that the minister Is rts likely
to moc the chmcellor as lie Is to it on the
thtonc of the Kamclnmchis.
The Sunday afternoon sen ice at the V. M,
C. A. will be conducted by Mr. Clur.in. The
opening sen ices will, as usuil, make the scr-
ice of song very prominent. The theme of
the 20 minute sermon will be, "The Peril of
"Xtglccting Saltation," All are intitcd.
Musical 1 tall is being put into condition to
recclte the public as pt.i)ers or pliy-goern.
Mr. Irwin goes to the mt by the Aliinedi
to da). It ma) lie that he will find time to
talk thealncal "shop " to such puriiosc that a
good romp-iny ma) tislt us liefore long.
The officer of the Alameda hitc expressed
a good deal of indignation about the Press' in
cautious reflection upon the mini) beaut) of
Doctor I alconcr, in which they lake grett pride.
They are willing logo ctcn to the limits ol a
lilicl suit in miintaining that their doctor is
eten hitiilsoincr tint the Mariposa's
The sen ice Sunday morning, at Tort-strict
Church will include the admission oCclctcn
ptrsons to membership, and (he administration
of the oulinincn of baptism and the Lord's
Supper. In the ncning Mr. Cruzan will
preach especially to those trusting in moral!)),
taking for hi-, theme, "The Sermon on the
Mount is lliblc inough. for me, and all the
Religion I want I"
At Lmmi Square, llis afternoon at 4 o'clock,
Music Doctor Ilcrgcr will conduct the follow -nig
Overture Itertin Life . . .....Conradl.
Civatlna Helisarto. .. . .. Donicitl
Selection Ibe Iioralurduiiit. ...... . Verde.
Wltr I-lowing Spring .. WaldlrufcL
Polka Red and llluk Coote.
The land will gltc a concert on Monday
etcning in I.mma Square as usual.
Hereafter Mr. Crttzan will preach ctcr)
Sunday .Morning a fite-tiunutc sermon to
children, taking the time which has heretofore
licen iistd in repeating the notices of the
regular weekly services. His theme to-morrow
will be, "What is it all atut?" One of the
hopeful signs ol the times religiously is the in
creased attention, paid to the early convcrs'e-n
of children, and one of the means successfully
used is this growing custom ofa brief sermon,
etery Sunday, especially adapted to the com
prehension of the ) ining.
There was a little side performance at I'ort
Strcet Church last 1 hurvlay which most did
not notice. When King Kalakaua entered the
cliufth conducted by Minister Daggett, Attorney-General
Gibson sat lielund him. After the
King had gone nut, Mr. Gdon took his vacant
seal , a pleasant sight to the mtltes present.
"Coming c cuts cist their shadows before, sa)s
an obsm i r, "but in that same connection" it
Is writ to remember that little speeches of
WoKij's to the first Cromwell."
1 he German liatk Christine, is discharging
coal at the Lsplanide.
1 he Ameticau bark Spartan is discharging
at Brewer &. Co.' wharf.
1 he Pacific Mail Steamship City of Sydney,
from San Francisco, and the Australia from
Syttncy are due to da).
The Oceanic Steamship Co.'s steamer Al
ameda sails for San l'rancisco to day at 12 t.,
(mm the Company wharf.
The American baik Cailiarten Ins discharged
all of her down cargo, and has hauled to Sor
enson wharf to await return cargo.
The German laik Matatlan is discharging
an assorted Uuropcan cargo at the Pacific Mail
whaif, consigned to Messrs. IlackfcM & Co.
The Hawaiian bark Kalakaua, at Drettersl
Co,' wharf, tuts about a half cargo on board,
and will tail for San Francisco early next
The llrilisli bark Henry James aimed last
Saturda), from New Voik with a general
cargu of merchondivc consigned to Messrs.
Castle & Cooke, which she is discharging -at
the old Custom House whaif.
Th other JWniide.
The Llnie Martliall ariltcd at I lilt) on the.
IQlh ultimo from Port Gamble, with lumber,
Kileauea Plantation, Knuai, was to begin
grinding to day. Mr. J. McDade tut gone to
work (here as sugar boiler.
There hat been a good deal of rain and
warm weather at Kilcauca, Kauai, reccnll)(
but no such ficilicts a hate been on Maul and
Kyhila wealhcr i stilt warm and dry, and
the outlook for good crops was less eucouragtng
at last wilting than it Is hoped it will U at
The Press' llilo coireloiideiiti ''The
Kiuau ariltcd at lido quite caily on ThursvUy
HiomUig, Not ember sziul. The new steam
whistle awakcnsl those not already awake.
She has made a good couimcnccuusit In get
ting to lljlo at an cailyhour. Her appear.
jwc U admire,! by all. lcraomuudaliorts
fcc cablji and deck pavsengirs arc superior to
Mmm of the JJkelike. If the table It in keep
Issg wUk ht acecHunwxlations, pasteruun will
Tin: tMHaxtTio.x 3tni:ri.u.
Hermann rnotre tftr Atltnn nflh hitton
On list Stturd.1), after a meeting of the
Ocrmin llenetotent Society held on the pre
vlous Tliursda), a meeting of all German w-as
callcil at the Gernnn Club. A goodly nam
Ikt of men from " I'atherlind " lud asaembletl
Ihcrc to exchange views as to whit should I
done in regard to the women and children of
those eight obstinate lalmrrrs 'mBjfl" planta
tion Mr. Schmidt occt) Pxniir. It will
lie remembered tint some time ago these same
eight men -after hating been, ordered to go
luck to their work on Knlosi plantation, lit
one court of Kuni and two courts of Hon
olulu stnblwrnly held on to got eminent join
of rmd repairing and free lodging, tml, fish,
hammocks, etc. at "iluckle's Until," until two
week ago last Tuesday, when they went back
to Koloa to amicably settle their affairs with
the Koloa manager. Arriteil at Kolna. at
aliout norm on Wcilncsilay, the) did not re
port thcimcltc a ready to work but wilted
until s o'clock in the afternoon, the hour set
apart on that plantation for any expression of
wishes or for complaints. They then requested
the minagcr, Ihe first thing, to imv them
3'i li)J wage that were due them. The
manager, whose ability and skill is well known
on these islands, told them in his quiet, unas
suming wi) tint more than thrir J)i da)s
wages was due the plantation for their ocein
trip, liw)ers fees and costs of court; but lie
failed to convince the men and the) prepared
to go back in their government jobs, taking
their witcs and children with them to the
capital. The men were lodged agiln at the
jiil ami Ihe women and children were left to
find other hoarding pi ices. Our newly organ
ized Workingmcn's Union icry kindly quar
tered the women and children on Judd street
and protided thcni with the first means of a
litchhood, but they, being a )oung association
and not hating large funds nt their disposal,
hid to call iqion public lienctolcncc for further
supHrt to the innocent sufferers of their hus
bands and fathers conlumaciousncss. A
prominent member, probably thinking of glory
and renown for the union, had distributed
hand bills all otcr town that contained an in
disputable falsehood, for which a few di) later
he ajiologized, stating lint in his hurry he did
not think of the difference between "landed"
and "arriteil." The German Ilcnctolcnt
Society, although not asked b) either the
women or the Workingmcn's Union to do an)
thing, held the ilmtc mentioned meeting and
appointed Messrs. llruns, I'ckart and Adlcr
a committee to look into the affairs of the
The committee reported at the general
meeting that they had not been able to lind out
clearly and distinct!) the conslition of the
women and children, as the latter obc)til
order to talk only through the Workingmin's
Union, hut they could sec that th-y were des
titute and the committee recommended that
the German Ucnet nlcnt Society git c $50 to
ward their support. The report was accepted
and Mr. Scliacfer motcd that the $50 be
granted. llcforc a tote was taken on this
motion, an interchange of opinions occurred.
Mr. Mueller said, in effect, that the destitute
were not at all entitled to any support, as they
had been offered light work, pa), botrd and
loilginirs on the plantation, but tlu: husbands
maliciously deprived thim of their chances, so
he would mote thai the) be not assisted at all.
Aftir Mr. Daumcisterjiad said that ctcn the
wites and children of criminals were helped
along, and these destitute must be supported
under all circumstances by the societ) or the
Germans in general, howcter right or wrong
the cases of their husbands might be, the first
speaker backed down and said that he had no
objection to a supjxirt by all Germans. Mr.
Schmidt stated that the German Ilenetolent
Societ) is at present pa)ing weekly rates to
lite poor and feeble people and that it has
done quietly a great deal of chant) since its
existence. He deemed it ter) wrong that
these w omen had asked for or accepted assist
ance of others, lwcause the German residents
here hate alwa)s been ready to help people of
their own country that were in need. As these
women had become destitute by their own or
thiir husbands fiults he did not consider them
entitled to any benefits of the societ), but he
would recommend subscriptions amongst (lie
Germans in general and he himself would head
Mr. llanmcistcr thought the best support
for these women would be to find work for
them and he had heard that some or them had
found iositions alreadt,.
M. Dtnielwitz (President of the Working-
men's Union) stated that all but four of the
women had emplo)ment, these remaining four
had babies and were unable to work. The
Workingmcn's Union had taken the affairs of
these women in hand, and to keep full control
oter them, had not allotted the women to talk
to ctcry one. He hoped that something
would be done to supiiort them.
Mr. Glade said the men had to abide by the
laws of this government as had any other men;
but they refused to do so, not one of their
complaints had been sustained liy the courts,
in which they had been tried patiently ; it
seemed to him that these men were acting like-
social democrats, trying to upset the laws and
get liberated from their contracts without the
slightest right on their side. The men had
perfectly understood their contracts when
they signed them in Germany, they knew
what kind of work they would late to do on
the plantations and what wages the) tvero to
receive; when the) were shipped in Germany
a much larger number of men had applied for
contracts then were 'desired, so no one could
speak of misrepresentation or persuasion,
Other German laborers on plantations are per
fectly satisfied with their situations, arc sating
more tuoncy tlian they ever could think of
doing at home and ate glad of the change they
made. Their passage money in a steamer
from Germany lutd been only $70 fur an adult.
To make things as iheap a possible for them
not one cent of commission hod been chargid
on this ussage money and the government
had paid half the fares of women and children.
He thought it must hate been talked into
these men that they could make much more
money here In town and to they tried every
thing to break their contracts. The society
e-ould not do an) thing for the distressed
women and chiltlnn; if an) thing should be
done it had to be done by pritatc suWiip
Mr. llaumeistcr said that in crouds of men
there could always tic found good and bad
characters, the bad onei generall) were the
ringleader and thioimh them the good out
had to sutler, this was the case with these eight
German laborer, Kcd hot speeches had been
made In the Workingmen't Union against the
Hawaiian labor contract svstcm, but these
men were the best oil under their contracts,
Mr, llaumeistcr has been working In this
country for seven )eart as a carpenter and
thought that he was pretty well posted on
cter) thing pertaining to labor and laborers,
and nearly ctcry day brought a number of men
to Mr, Lucas' place asking for work. There
fore work was not as plentiful here oa may be
imagined, and it would be especially hard to
find ttork for these German as they do not
understand either the Knglish or Ihe Hawaiian
language. If work was found for them they
could not ewa more than between $8 and $10
week ami ctcrybody knows that it require
mm than $50 a moath to tuppuit family
eten in the plainest manner lie thought
that their contract was a Ixxim to those men,
and that they could save a little sum of money
during the lime nf their scrticc on plantations.
Mr. Daniclwitz said that these men had to
complain principal!) about this treatment by
the manager, Mr. Cropp. Mr. Cropp had
been tr)ing lo mlc the men under him as the
drill argeint docs his recruits. He thought
it a pity that these men could not cam more
linn stated by Mr. llaumeistcr.
Mr. Neumann said that rain fills down from
the beaten cqmlly upon all, good or bad,
and it should be so with charit), but that in
this peculiar instance the German Ilcnctolcnt
Society, as such, could not lake hold of the
case. He recommended that the money to
lie subscrilicd prltatcly might be used lo reim
burse the plantation to which the laborers
owe! advances for passigc money, etc., and
that they might be freed from their contracls ;
lo end all their troubles. They then could
support their own families or fall back upon the
Working Men 9 Union. He did not make this
motion to scrte ns a ptecedent, but as this
case appeared to hate licen taken up for oli-
Ileal purposes, regardless of the breach of
pritatc obligations and of the tiolalion nf the
If ws of this country, that would be the easiest
solution of this matter, liccause the Working
Men's Union would ascertain soon enough that
it had been wasting its sympathies and had di
rected its philanthropic energy to the wrong
aim. The men who for a selfish end misted
those laliorers could whin the) arc free of their
contract, lake care of them. They would lie
upon their consciences if they became then
needy. There arc a number of wise, great
and good men who are social democrats.
There is another class whose motto Is injustice
and whose banner Is the red flag, and lo that
class these eight lalxircrs seemed to belong.
It is that class of social democrats, of whom
It is said thai they know all their rights but
none of their duties. The difficulty would not
end with this contribution to the families,
while the men arc wrongfully encouraged to
violate cter) principle of justice and equity,.
The Germans of the islands may come upon
the continued support of the f-Miiilics ol these
Sctcral gentlemen replied to the remarks
of Mr. Neumann, nnd contended that were the
iclion taken which he recommended, it would
necessarily establish a bad precedent, anil
upon a tote being taken Mr. Neumann's
motion was lost. Mr. Schacfcr's motion met
the same file, and thereupon, according to a
motion which prevailed, a subscription list
tea submitted to gentlemen present for their
signatures and contributions towards allct Sat
ing the- wants of the ttitcs and chite'reu of the
Miss Ilrecsc has been requested by the Gcr
irun Relief Committee lo look after the Ger
man women and children from Koloa, to
supply them with food, clothing, medicine or
whatever may be required b) those who are
not able to find cmplo)mcnt, nt the expense of
said committee to the extent of $320 now
subscribed b) Germans; in short the committee
has git en Miss Ilrecsc full power to act for
them and lo arrange, order and do an) thing
thai she ma) consider necessary or proper.
Miss llrccsc's name has been used by the
Workingmen's Union in their circulars and
certainly no better appointment could be made
b) the Germans, in order It) atoid all misun
derstanding. Thereupon Miss Ilrecsc re
quested the assistance of Mrs. P. C.Jones, Jr,
Mrs. Dr. Hagan, Mrs. Lack and Mrs.
Kohin to join her in linking the necessary ar
rangements. These ladles found six women,
and thirteen children in the care of Mrs. May,
and after due consultation agreed on a list of
provisions satisfactory to the women.
On the next day a report reached the ladies
that the Workingmen's Union would not like
the "Missionaries" to take care of the women.
Later in the day Messrs. Daniclttitz and
Crowley waited on Miss Ilrecsc and made
complaint tint she had reduced the rations of
meat (which is not true) that one of the ladies
is said to hate advised the women to influence
their husbands to return to work (to which the
"union'' objects). They furthermore demand
ed that the supervision of the ladies charitable
actions in behalf of the women should be con
ceded to them, and that the women should be
treated as ladies nnd should hate all they
wanted and whatever they liked.
The German Committee has unlimited
faith in Miss llrccsc's ability and good will
and desire to IcatcTto her the entire manage
ment of their fund. It is not desirable to
lcatc the women in the control ofan outspoken
social democrat, and the German fund will not
be used to exercise the influence ofa commun
ist and his followers.
IC the W. M. U. insist upon their control, it
is evidently not for "chirit)' sake," and in
such a case they must be held responsible for
all future suffering of the women and children.
" Who's Danielwitt?" asked one of Nolle'
lunchers last Tuesday.
"Oh, he's President of the Workingmen's
Union," replied the waiter.
" What docs he do?"
" Do ? He don't do nothin'; he's a uvrt
Last Monday Mr. Daniclwitz had a "little
unpleasantness" with Mr. Voght's boot black,
about which Mr. Daniclwitz rushed into print.
On Thursday, Mr. Daniclwitz came up Fort
micci towariis Hotel, ana at the corner
encountered Ihe enraged boot black. The
next moment the near spectators on Port and
Hotel streets wcie treated lo a rear ticwof
Mr. Danielwitz's coat tails, and saw Mr,
Danielwitt disappear in Dodd's groggery.
Official time of the run was not taken, but it is
believed that Mr. Danielwitt beat the record
The following i the score of last Thursday's
game between pla)crt of the Alameda and a
nine coimioscd chiefly of members of the
C. hcktl I I
C 1UUIU 4I 4
h. ItaMum. 3
11 HurK. s s
II IUIL 0 l
M Orussmana 3 4
II. OuU. t a
t . Aledcau 1 9
W lUrrv,,,. 3
tola) ... Ji l;
II. Sharp., ,,.,
s. Parcel., ....
I. J. OalUahcr
J II. Klsllta,
CtOKQK V. IK SukSS,
Some three w eek ago Doctor Carpenter of
Lahaina sent dow n a woman to lie examined
by Doctor Trousseau and Mr, Fitch. In Doc
tor Capcnter'i Judgment the woman was a
leper, the doctor saying; "I think the jast
thing that any intelligent physican would diag
nose in her case is syphilis. She has not one
indication of typhlh that I liate ever seen In
any other patient in any stage of the disease,"
Doctor Trosscau said the woman was a If per
ttut she hid been one two years to hi know
ledge but Mr. Fitch thought it was "the
other thing" and recently admitted that lie
had Veil privately treating her oa Eiuuia
The post office is in receipt of the first half
dozen bdxe which it is proposed to put up at
contcntcM distance for the reception of
Doctor Arning and Trousseau confute Mr,
Fitch on the Utrycd baby businjis.
I ort Street Church was comfortibl) filled 1
last Tlutrsdiy, at it A t. King Kalakaua
was present during a portion of the opening
exercises. He wis escorted Into and out
of the edifice by the American Minister and
wis accompanied by Ministers Kapcm and
Gilison and by Chambcrliin Judd. Governor
Domini and Postmaster General Whitney,
Consul McKinlcy, and Hon. Paul Neumann
occupied prominent scats, and in the audience
were several ladles and gentlemen from Cali
fornii, here on a tltit. Hon. A. I Judd, Mr.
A. Prrnk Cooke, and Mr. Koch acted as
ushers. In the imltiit were Revs. S. C
Dtmon, S. K. llishop, C. M. Hyde, A. O.
loil.es, W. C. Merrill and Pastor
Cruzm. In the choir sat Mrs, A. l
Judd, Mr J. I". Drown, Mr. Cruzan,
Mrs Ilandford, Mis Carrie Castle, Miss
tatrie Gilman, Professor Yatndlc), Doctor
Kmcrson, Mr W. W. 1 1 til ami Mr. J. T
W'atcthousc, Jr, Mrs.Judd acted n organist.
Rev. Mr. llishop opened the exercise with a
shurt prayer, ihe choir following with a tolun
tar), Rev. Mr. Hyde then rcid President
Arthur's Thanksgiving Proclamation, lather
Damon following Mr. Hyde by reading apsalm,
he In turn being followed by choir and con
gregation, who sang America. Mr. llishop
then rcaif n selection from the New Testi
ment, and the choir sang n loluntary. Rev.
Mr. I'orbes then prayed, after which the choir
sang O Paradise I and l)th choir nnd con
gngnion sang I-orsl, While for all Mankind
Rev. Mr. Mcrritt's sermon, which came
next, was a sensible, reasonable, and in
passages an cloqtie.it appeal for higher educa
tion In Hawaii. He began by telling the
story of the Italian bcllfounder who made the
Umctick bells making them for nn Italian
monastery j and who, after the bells had been
stolcn.from their first tower, during the sack
and pillage of the monastery town, searched for
them from hamlet to hamlet, and from town to
town, till one night, while floating down the
Shannon In the traditional Ixxat, he heard the
far, flint tinkle of the long lost chimes and
fainted at the sound. And then the speaker
told how some hour before the bells of New
England had rung out from tillage to tillage,
and the echoes, travelling from state to state,
and across the blue Pacific, hail awakened in all
our heart the echoes of that old-fashioned
Ncw-Kngland Thanksgiting Day Americans
so truly lotc and are so proud to honor.
Hut the speaker said he recognised that he
was a long wa) from the traditional Ncw-Kng
land Thanksgiting Day and he was not going
to prcich a traditional Thanksgiving-Day ser
mon, lie wanted to preach a few plain, prac
tical truths about the need of deeper, wider,
higher and better education. Ltidcntly hav
ing Pimahou in mind, the preacher spoke of
the folly of making a high-school grade nnd
calling it a college. lie voiced the accepted
truth that the community was rich enough to
endow that excellent beginning of a college
liberally, and so enable ittodo better tvorkthan
eten the excellent ttork of other sessions.
He spoke of the increase of crime forgery
and highway robbery as instanced by the
recent court calender of W'aimca; and held
that the best offset to the present tendency to
crime would be found in education. Many
other points made by the speaker were well
worth repeating, did not space forbid.
The choir then sang one of the many
arrangements of the 7'e Detim .audamus, Mrs.
Hanford, Mrs. llrovtn, Mr. Varndlcy and Mr.
Hall singing solo parts. After that the con
gregation sang Ihe Doxology, and were dis
missed by the pastoral benediction.
.ST. ANDREW'!, CATIItDRAL.
The sombrr little building which the congre
gation of this church hate been so many years
compelled to occupy, was brightened by
decorations of flowers, fruit, vegetables, rice
and sugar cane, as symbolically suggestive of
thankfulness due to the Gitcr of all good
gifts. The music was hearty and dctotional.
The sen ice, mainly from the American Pra)cr
Hook, was read by Rt. Rev. llishop Willis and
Ret. Alexander Mackintosh. The sermon
was preached by Rev. George J. Wallace.
The whole Christian community of Honolulu
heartily unite with the cathedral congregi
lion in the hope that another Thank sgiting
Diy service may be held in a place better
adapted for Lpiscopal services. Mr. Wallicc's
sermon miy be found in another column.
Thr ISrthrl Jukllrr.
The P-cthel Chapel was dedicated Not ember
2S, 1843. Tomorrow morning a Jubilee ser
vice will be held according to the following
order of scnice, to which the public arc cor
dially in vital :
Invocation Kev. U Smith.
Heading ihe Scriptures. ..Kcv. C M. Iltde, 1) I),
la-uter, . Kev. S. tbihopr
Hymn (original) by Mrs. II. P. Dillingham, Choir
!rnion , Kev. S. C. Damon.
Hymn Hark the song of Jubilee,
Choir and Congregation,
llenediction .. Kev. D. Baldwin.
Past Grand Master Llwood C Thome, of
New York, delivered the annual lecture before
the grand lodge of the District of Columbia
recently. After the ceremonies were over he
was entertained by La Fayette I-odgc, No. 19,
F. A. A. M., of Washington, with a dinner at
the Arlington. The menu comprised one of
the best effoits of that celebrated hostelry, and
the festititics were prolonged to a late hour.
1 1 1 -s
French horticulturist are at present greatly
interested in a plant at one of M. de Roths
child's celebrated hothouses at Fcrrieres, near
Paris. Perhaps the strangest of the strange
family of orchids, I'aiitU Ijui, was discovered
by II. Low in 1847, in the hot damp forests
ol Hornet), where it climbed lo the top of the
highest trees. Its long leaves, which not
rarely measure a yard or more in length, appear
small If compared with the length of the cluster
of buds, which reach a length of three yard,
Kadi cluster of which there are at present
eleten in full flower at Ferriercs numliers
two hundred eighty bud, all flowering at the
same time, which are to different In appearance
that side by tide they may easily le taken for
distinct species. The plant was bought In
1S76 for a large sum of money, but at present
it is considered worth $25,000. It is reported
from Italy that, in the garden of the Marquis
Corsi-Saltiatl, at Sesto Florentino, the tame
orchid is also at present in flower, which is the
lust time that it has ctcr flowered in Italy,
The rage for bird plumage of ctcry kind for
hat trimming has resulted in a terrible warfare
upon all Ihe specie of insectitorous birds.
1 housandt of these feathered game hate been
already slaughtered and Ihe preparation of the
birds for milliner hat become an extensive
business controlled by ladle. The swallow
it the favorite this teuton, and hunters arc paid
$2 a hundred for them. To tuch an extent
has thit business len carried on recently that
tome towns I New Jersey and Lone Island
hate already entered a protect, and arrcttt will
toon te made.
Csar llorgia't feat with a bull hat been
outdone by (ohn Macdonald of Dundee,
Scotland. It is related that hit biolhcr Archi
bald was passing through the field, when lie
was attacked1 by a bull, and, Iwing a cripple,
attempted 10 defend himself with hit crutch.
John ran to his rescue, ami, having no weapon,
.. ,,, tt Vj ,uc norua, ano, wiin one
supreme effort gate a sudden twitt lo the head,
dislocating the neck by the jtrk and killing
the bulk Mr. jUacdonakl was at one tine
champion ublttc of Scotland.
Mo-col iii, 1 Decembrrr U8j
The etl has been unoccupied oith holida) inter
ruptlons lhat there Is Ihlle to report la the ay of kml
ness , two sueeewlTe data ont of ihe middle of ihe steeV
has hail lis tfTect on inde
Our Inter islam) steamer movements are now settlinz
down lo that frequency lhat certainly ought to Mliify,
with weiklyeemmunkallontwithall parts of the islands
and limes of arrivals and iteinrturesarranvrd so as to
give doulle ami triple opportunities with some pull.
ITie steamer IJkelike took her place, llmrsday, on her
old route, to touch at all potts along the llamatua and
1 1 do coast.
To-day will prolialty show more activity and buttle
than mull, as the Ktnau Is tomKed an early return
10 1 In lime for ihe departure, at num, rf Ihe Alameda
for "Van I rtnelco , and il Is likely ttiatthe Pacific Mad
steamers Amiralit and City ofSydaey will meet here, for
ihe first lime In the hlstoi r of their mall lert-lce Ut een
San I rancisoo and the Colonies.
Shipping movements this week have not heen of Ihe
mot lively thtracttr, the foreign arrivals being the
Henry James from New Vork with assorted cargo, and
Christina from Newcastle with coal, and the dtanures
Wing the I.ady t-ampson for ihe eoat with a partial
cargo vahieil at $4,io, and the Ireidrlch for Hong
kong wilh Ssooo in coin and a number of tttsengers,
Mr E P. Adams will oflVr lo-diy real estate situate
in Kahhl and I.eIeo
Dr J S McGrew has recently secured the corner lot
and I uilding of I Ion Godfrey Khodes, at present oecu
pied by Mrs Dudoit
Ifnntililhi Slnrl. 11 nil llnml Hj-rlmiifir.
Sewlon, Wednesday, November it, 1 681.
SIGAR STOCKS. ? f- f-
Haiku Sit car Co $v,
Kohilt Sujtir Co , , jtn,
Hie I'nncevillc 1 'Until Ion Co . . 100 8
I"ho UalluVti S.ijrar to . . iw ....
lite lliwaiUr. Acriculturnl Co too ,.,,
MaVtc Sujtar Co . . ... low
aim-triAi fhugir Co. loo. ,,,,,,
HunolxiSuttar Co , $75 )r t-h. pl.up.. too ,
The KultM fcugir Cu . , , 1000 150a
OoVali S Co . ...J 5
. t I ,0lJO
WflihM Stieir Co tuno ,
Pjicilc Mill Co 100 . ,
Kitauea Nigar Co , two ,
IIiIpi Sugar Co , 500 ,
(Jrove kinch rUntniort Co . ... 350,... 300
Wabnae Co too . t-
Union Mill Co., $750 per hare (j up toe ,
OIoWlIll Lo, ,,,. 100 .,
Star Mill Co 500 , to,
f-at Maul I'lant it Ion Co ....... luu , 35
Oiiomca Susar Co. , . to ,,.
I'auViu SugarCo 10 ,, ,
Reciprocity Sugar Co , .... iw .....
Ijupahoehoe Sticar Co loo
Ifnmaktu Mill Co. $ , , too t,
Wfitkapu Sugar Co. ,. too
It aU a Sugar Co . , 100,.,. ,
Honomanu hufcir Co . too .
I'aU riintation Co ..... 100 ,,,, tt$
T he Mawaiiin RitIro.it! Co ... ,,. 500 ,
Knhulul Railroad Co . .... 500 ,t(
TFt KPMOSK STOCkS.
Hawaiian Hell I eltrphono Co ....... 10 60
Uiuaitan leleplione Co , (Maui) ., 93 ,,)...
K-ui-ii lekpiiomc Co . ... , 10 t ,,,
II1I0 t Hawaii lelej lime & Tel Co. 95 ' ,,
MfVCELI.ANKnU4 STOCkS AND 110 N('.
Die Honolulu Iron Work Co . 500 , ,
0 llrewcr A Cornpan), (Mercantile).. too ... ...
InternUml Steam Naiig-itior, Co. too 17s
K.MI Maui Stock Co. (Ranch) . t
U O Hall & Son, (Limned) . . too
1 HeI.e er cent ItoiicU .... .,
Nine percent lliwauiit ttonilt
he en per cent Hawaiian londs , ,. 100
Six percent free from (.ot lax . , ....
Onomc-i bunir Co lloiitU, 9 percent. ,
Hawn Agncl Co l.onl,7 per cent . 10a
so s)iirc laii Man Co. ? tj
$5000 of Hav.,2AKncullura! Co.s II llornU nt rotM
H. RiitMrNiiNEiuFR, Secrefur
I ehui. tm, from Maui .. Nor
C R. llishop. Dauv from Hautal.ua, lliwnii . '
Henry lames Hru Ik, Ialimore. from New
oik ;, ,
Mokolu, sun, McGregor, from Koolau "
Kinait, Mm. King, from H1I0 "
Ivtilani. sim. Cameron, from Kauai... , , M
Chmtine, G.erlk. WiMtjanff, from Ncwcaile,
Nettie Merrill, cli, Itrownell, from ..ahaina..., "
Kekauluohi. ch, from Hanalei .
Ehukai, eh from Waialua , "
Gen. Siesel, sell, fron Wannae ...
Lcahi, ch, from KohoKlcle ,. .,,,
I ula, K.K, fron Kohola ,, , ..
Planter, tin, Hatei, from Maalea, Koiuand
Kau , ....... ...... "
Ka Moi, sch, for I,aupahoehoc. ,., '
Gen. Slgel, sch, for Walanae ....
Wamunato. tm. for Fva
Kitauea Hou, stm, Scam, for kuhului .. .
Waioh, n.h, for I'aauluu ,,
Waiehu, Mih.for Waiinae
Lady l-ampvm, Itnt Ik. Rust, for hn f rancitco
Nettie, Merrill, Urouncll, ch, for .ahaina ,
Marion, sch, for Kukmhaele , ......
I'aualu. sch, forllnu-ilei ,.
Kawailani, tw.li, for Koolau
Rob Roy, sch. for LVa... , tf
Km ma, ch, for llecia....... ..
C. R. Itithop, m, Davit. " Hamakua ,
Iwahni, itm, Cameron for Kauai ,,,
I ehui, Mm, Ijorcmen, for Molokal and Hani
Kinati, vtm. Kins, for I hlo and way portv
Ehukai, kcIi, for VVatalua . ...
Catenna. tch. for Hanalei ...
Likelikc, Urn, Von Schmidt, for Htlo and way
port , . . ...
Fried rich, Ger. bk , UUrup, for Hongkong.,.,
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Alameda, Morse. Am i. n
Caiuakik, Hubbard Am. lA.
OiKivriKk, WiMfang,...,..., ....Ger bk.
C S. Huiurrt, Dan . , .Am. Lk.
Henry James. Lammore Itnt. bk.
KALAkAUA, Miller... Haw. bk.
Mazatlan, Sander.... Ger, bk.
Si-ahtan, Crowley .. , .....Am. bk.
W.G. Ikhin Turner ....Am. bgtne.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
Boston, Am. bk. Ceylon ..Hamow
Due, Jin. 10-15. C I!reer Co , agcnti.
Hrkmbn, Haw. bk. Kalk . . .... . Kotlifot
Due Dec 30-23 II. Hatkfchl & Co., agents.
tUEUkK, Ger. bk briCA H oil man
Due March i$y Hackfcld Co., agent.
CARmrr, Haw. bk. Iola.ni ,, ,, ..GarrcU
Due Dec i-10, H. Hackfcld & Co., agents.
COSKTKAUT, II. 1. K. M. b. KAMWnNlk.,.,,.
GiA&cciw, lint. bk. ItiRMAit Witt
I.oadin. G. W MacfarUne & Co., agents.
HuMbOLUT, Am. tern. Lkna Sheakv....... ,, Ra
Now due. lowers & (ookc, agents.
Jaluit, Am bgtne (IaZahu, , , .... .Tlerncy
Due tww A F, CiokK, agemt.
Jaluit, Haw sch Kaluna , ...Lovell
Due now, A. h. Coo we, agent.
Kaiiilvi, Am, Lk. r. S. Thumi-jn ......Totter
Due Dec. 15.
Lt.BMfOOL, lint, klilp Ahrktwith CAJtrLK .Harriet
Due Jan. 1013. H DavieiA Cu., agent.
Nkva Castlk, N. h W , lint bk Agnks Wilon .Guy
Due Nov I to. II Hackfcld Co , agentft.
Vokt llLAkKL, Am bk C O. U niTMOkK Calltoun
Due Dec. 13 Allen & Robin n, agents.
1'ukt Gamdlk, Am tclu Ankir ljnsRN.,...,Larheu
Due Dec ) to. 11. Hackfcld A, Co., agents.
I'oitT Gaualk, Am. sch. IKih IIluiim.,
Due Dec 1 $-. I L I lackfeld & Co., aaciu.
roRT Gamiilk, Am. bktne Kithat" Robinson
Dub Dec lo-ts Hackfcld X Co., agents.
San ritANci&cu, r,u s.s. CiTvorSvoMtv lcarborn
Due Nov. 30. II Hackfcld X Co. agents.
San 1-kancicu, Am. bk. D, L. Muuray Untlerwood
Ua.liiii No, 13. F. A. ixluwftrA Co. acrmi.
San t iunii&co, ii.s.e. Marii-oa.. . .....lloard
Due Dec S. V G. Irwtn it Co,, agents.
SvUNRVi f.M S.A. AtSTKAtlA , .,.,...., Guekt
Due, Dec 1. Hackfcld X Co.. agents.
Utsalauy, Am. bktuc KUkiTAT. Cutler
Due Dec 33 30. Hackfcld & Co., agents.
From Ncahtl. NSW, ter ChiUtine, Novembers;
Mrauidcl Ah irauiulert, Mr HcnkeL,
rroiu New York, per Henry Jame, November 14
irom Kahulul per Kilauca Itou, Noveuilter n -V N
Make, Mr CaiupUtl, wife kiid dauhier, MIm Noll,
W I RhMes, J Spencer and ife, J W Girin, G V
I'hulipo, K Antutic.
riom llauukuaitcr C K Uuhop, Navtmltr t,-V
from windward iorts cr Klnau, November
ItVrklfV i: 1
vw,, i n 1 iiuitvn( o j it iiarr, jr., l'l. JOIKI
bicei, M Sdva, W Itraldwood, J Dclura, h I- Cw
H N Harvey. Captain Robbim, J Nawahl, I
cvwy " utn, n QitiuMcr, ,1 tatver, it r.e.1, w
K.tu,opcn, airs k iunu, u n ana K MlnJ. 1
lUytcldcii, Rev L llond. C It Mile, IRS Mi.ucr.Uy.
L A.ur, W Vvung, A (JilnlUn, W LKedinsUfc, A if
Sumli, C I Dcerutg, D McKemW. G h Ikurdnua.C
(roai Kauai, per IwaUnI, November 13 -1 N Wil
cur. F A rroM, Mr Rcnjcs, F Conradt, L. A WtnUon
rrvm MoicAal and Maul, per Lchoa, November 33-"
O Uoiu, A M bpruuU, Mr Chwrun, Mrs Willttand
From Kauai per Ja Make. November m-FM
Builcr, D K Graium, WGood!n. J NoUn, k Jenacn,
H Harms, J turd, J KdaicU, J C CaJtrUht, Mi
K&Uhaupi, Mr Kennedy, MrhtA
fur lUaiakus pi C K liuhop, Nov 7-Dr, Green
field, C P lames, V H Whuman.
PtM MoLkaJ and Maul per Uhua, Nov e;-rA Sin
cUrt, Mr McCUne.G Vvhlt, TCim.UII, J McDads.
for io4ward ujU ur Kbuu, Nov 7-6ai4 I'm
ker, 'va4 l. ) W Uirvui, Mrs Gdaudc-laldrn.
Mr Iloardiuafi and v.fc,Mr and Mralin, V ivni
P N takee, Mr Nahaolciu, wif &nd s chiblrru. i
Outer uUifc.KwK (Wwul, H bd.usIrr,S UCoan.
W Wcnmr, II Netttr, father UoortT J IUtxJJsa,
S Wilder, S Mirujo, Mr .Smith. '
For Kaiuli-er C K HuW Nov -E R Badey. C
Mllkr, W akltryde, G Wo-Wwa, V Cowii,
f rout tkuvlwanl ikm per Hnter, Nov MfA llo
buriLj A C Cajuvaxro, k. Hotfoutu, Jr. U A Uroy,
Mrs aod M im huplA. C WaII, AM Howe. ,
For KaimJui per KiUuc Hou. Nov ttrCaUU
ad Mr WiJtfwu, MUM Creeo. Csptaln RubUri,, I
U Al.nJtr, MVltuker, tCVSiHuo.Tll fAhkr,
For Hootkottwr Fr,Jrwh, Nov yUr fiw-
aAaantj 10J sLi
For San Knttoaw, kt Ladj- lampion, NuvsaU.
Fmm llrenwn, pr Marallan, NoremUr t-Schae-fcrtcLo
75 pWcs splnls ami teer, l rfcR IcaJ, 4 cs
ifo? Hon. s pin paper, 3 e InV, 1 pVn pnmlaln, r
cs clffart, i pkts samples lliSop ol Ullsi, S plK
mission ipMii t Dr NangenwakJ, 11 pVgs stirnlcal ap
paratus . M.ckftl.l A to, nopVgs l.r, 1S0 rlolhs,
ocs paint, r pltn shirts, 6130 pkgsilry R0nI, Im)iihIs,
hardware, rarthenirrf, clockitfy, ,lass.are, cigars,
hals, preserYts, saddler), camlles, oil, corila.,sm vtap,
J rlC t"erftf mery, 3106 ftttel rails, 476 tmdts hsh plates,
4)1 Iiks nails, Jon tindU fence wire, 16 lit lead, ( ctks
fine, III pipe, ij bndls pipe, 41 trlt eailhen.are, 5cS
samples, t llolre, 3 cs ellecls, jaan lirandf II A
tt Hemsn, 1 cs lne, . cs to)i A Cmpp. 6t ejects (
II i lilailr. ) cs elTeels , I lctl:Maecr A Co, 3 cs cards,
4r pVcs dry roods, hard are, nuiiMder, tcer, spl
nts 1 llymin llrix, 14 lrgs crucsery, dryeou.li, 14
I srs camlles, 5 cs wine, 1 cs drums, 1 c InMniments, 1
trunk 1 Order. I cs nraUkm.. r Inclnimenfs. I e.
ctTerts, tSj cs uln, 154 cs lirtndy, t4 c. t iriefar, lie
w,iir, bin 11 pugs 10 various a lilrrMes.
I rom San rniwiviL tir r .il.nn. ViL..ml. m
Msy tr lo, 1918 tkgstumlry aswirttd grus.erie. and
feed , Mclmtre A llrus, lt;6 pkes sundry aortel feed
biiu Rrosincs, mmer 11, 380 pkgs ass erocerles,
feed, dry Kuod., boots and shoes , McCtiesney h Son,
4k I tilcss enxenes and feeil . las I)mM. A mid., f
tting, UoChanACo, M, pVgs feed and llonr i Cat
t. and Cooke, 331 pltgi feed ami groceries, 69 cs canned
iruods, 1 horse , Hill A Son, a cs htrdware I J L Clu
") "?J rlifs feed t II II dmes, 4 ra toys and no
llonst Cohn AU, 14 csto)sand notions; Leo I ucas,
loo l-rls lime, 14 pes Iron railway, $0 bricks lowers
i Look, 3306 l, lj lgs feed, L l Ul', llkgs
rurnilure lln k Co, 167 pkgs shookt ', llollei Co,
K .L h... . SI. J If .. I l. . '.L - 11 .
... . ihm , rill, 1 iiui Mil, 1 i.. .cwiiiK mtiiiiies 1
t (larlenliertr. . cs wire enmL . Ilmnli. A Sn..r. nn
clxks ; lowers A Cooke, tlo doors, 6 pkgt doors, 6
tkc wimlo.s, a ikgs transoms, 31 tea ptpe, 17 tics
idders, seed samples i Joustauit, I bl tame, Order,
IS pkgs salmon, 31s kgs let , China firms, t$ pkgs
I mm San I'nnclsco, per Altmedi, November t
(I llertram, tcs books 1 C lliittace, to c merchandie,
10 cs pea, 010 pugs groceries, 97 cs crackers ; Hilling
ham tt Co, 3 kgs plaled ware, 48 I kgs hardware, 3
pkgs Bites, 603 1 kgs feed I I. II 'lhacher, 11 plgi
hardware; 1'ierce A Co, 6kgs shlpchanllery ; Il
Nolle, 8 pkgsuysteri and tobacco , A S llarlwell, 3
pkgs furmture, 1 horse, . pkgs liooksj Simpwn H
Kiley, 1 1 kg glassware ; O W .Mnfallaw A Co, 3 cs
smokers aiticles, a ca packing., 14 csksbeer, 313 ks
feeil, lisbastegetalles, an ks Hour, .Jul t kgs hay
ond feed, 3ss Hour, 44tkgshardare, Hall Abon, it
pkgs hardware, lg lifcgs paints ; I" M General, 6 pigs
les I ltolles and Co, 107 pkgs flour, 10 pkgs ptinli,
183 pkgs feed and flour, 3 pkgs dink, 46 pkgs can
ned good, 30 pkgs crackers ; V (,eru, , ca shoes J
Lea er and Cooke, 9 p.ipcr , Mclnttre liros, 14 cs
rutins and currants ; llolluter a. Co, 9 cs drugs, as cs
toliacco , lvey ft Co, 473 cs groceries ! Ilrewer ft Co,
3 bndls iron, 1 cs books j Allen A Koblnson, 81 bis
painl ; C O Merger, 6 Iron safes ; W V Horner, 1 pkgs
jlows; liivfloy A Co, fl ca srirllsj Inter-ltland
blesin Nav Co, 37 bndls, 31)8 bars iron J Haw Carriage
Manultcturlnit Co, 533 bars 3 bndls Iron. 9 kgs bard
ware, 64 aule arms, 94 s) rings, 30 bhdll rims, 1 cs
lokes ; Kobertson A Co, 1 cs stationery J 1 0
Ihrum, 4 cs stationer) I Colin A Co, iocs dry eoods,
11 cs toys J (irinbaum A Co, 9 cs luu, 7 cs boots, 103
cs toliacco, at cs biead, 4 cs crackers, ao tins crackers,
pkgshtmsj McChesney ft Son, 94 ilss spuds, 8 cs
candy, 1 cs pans i I' C Adtertiser Co, 1 keg Ink ,
Cantle A Cooke, Hi pkgs htrdware, 31 k oak ; lr
Win A Co, 603 pktfs leed and bread, r plow, ao c pola
toes, 3 cs onions, 1 trunk clothing ; A (lartenlierg, 9
ca t alises i lenlisn & Co, 90 cks beer; I '1 Water house,
iScsdry goods; A Kraft, 10 cs clocks j II Johnson,
'! VK f','i.3c' csfruil J M Mclnrrney, 131 I kgs
fruili; LI. Williams, 78 pkgs furniture; I hillipa A
9 337 Pkgs dry Roods, groceries, boots and shoes j
l-aine A Co, 4B1 pkgs feed, notions, etc ; Oat, Jr, ft
S'.,'.P1'' "a'lonery; Hade) A Co, 8 c notions ;
W C .Merrill, 1 pkg butter, 11 cs canned godds ;
Kich-irdson K Co, 3 cs shirts; May& Co, 71 pkgs
groceries , Hackfcld A Co, 1 rl bellin J fc I. Marshal,
17J crt apples and spuds ; Capt II lavi, a suls tads ,
Aounj, 46 pkgs furniture, ahor.es; II K Killers, 3
pkgs dry goals ; I J 1 1 Iggins 59 pkgs carriage malerials ;
I J .Mossmau, 6 pkgs cruckert ; Hon Iron VtorksCu.gi
pkgs Iron and hardware, Palmer ft lhacher, 1 brls
shades J W HJcr ft Co. 17 hndU w indows ; J W Cirvm,
67 bndls groceries; II Lnage, 3 bags hair; llyman
llros, 14 csclKars, 37 cs dry goods, j; cs boots, ici
rurnilure ; Kennedy ft Co, aSi pkgs groceries ; A Her
bert, 113 pkgs doors, feed, groceries ; Sresotilch, Gray
S. Co, 350 pkgs fruit and groceries ; CJ fithcl, la fkgs
dr) goods ; vyiiitman ft t right, 36 pkgs carriage mile.
rial ; (J K Wood, aocs sewing machines ; llopp ft Co,
M I kgs furnunre ; K l-awccll, 6( cs celery and o)ters ;
McCandless, 4 ca 0)sters; Wells, largo, &. Co. ti
1 kgs merchandise ; Order, l8 pkgs merciiaudlse ;
Cluneso firms, 1373 ;kgs mercruintlise ; anil sundry
pktjs to various addresses.
rrom New York, per Henry James, Novcmtier 94
Castle ft Cooke, ao cs medicines, 33 ca butler, 3 cs
drugs, 13 pea muble, 1 cask glassware, lou bxs starch,
46 ics sugar machinery, 479 pkgs groceries, oil, hard
w ire, and dry Roods J Holluter ft Co, 113 pels drugs ;
Hall ftbon, 30 cs paint, 43 pkgs stores, 927 pkgs hard
ware and dr) goods; 1 hilhps and Co, 8 ca hats, 89
89 bis dry goods, 114 trucks; Urinbatim ft Co, 100
brls whtske), aoo cs oil, 370 coils rope, 150 kgs r
powder, 1056 has fthooks, 123 kegs nails, ay pc piie ;
Kev Geo Wallace, 8 cs canned good , I H f ndcra, 37
Rkgs hardware ; Hackfcld ft Co, as cs aae ; W h
iowell, ioj pkgs machinery ; i Alclnerney, 33 cs
trunks ; J I Wateihouse, aaol pkgs oil, hardware, lamp
goods and milk ; Geo Lucas, sa8cs wood; DavicsA
Co, an J kgs hardware; Sam Noll, afio pkf,. htrdware ;
Ino Nolt, 120 pkgs handware; Wilder Ac Co, 356 pkgs
hardware, coal, naint. and nails: Dilhnirlisni A. I si
113 cs chairs; Lewcrs ft Cooke, 103S pkgs and pels
wood, tuint, hardware, and paper ; Hon Iron Works
Co, 1310 pkgs car wheels, coal, pipe, and machinery
Order. 3B70 tikes merchandise.
y rom Newcastle, N b W, per Christine, November 35
nn Inns rn.it
For "san Francisco, ier Id) Lampson, Novemlier
a6 356 brls molss.ses, 6.033 gls : s87 ncls suirar.
4e4.339 Us; 3.684 pels rice, 368,400 It. ; 13 bndls
go.,, ..ins, 7,175 pea uoiu value, a4r.411.ot.
Thr ittaoriitinla'tt i-orrr.
Oil Saturday hsl ttto nalitc itolicenien,
named .Midi and Kauliane, ttcrc tried licforc
Jiiilge llickerton for assault and battery on one
V. Ll)ell!n(j. It appears that on Thursday
ttcninu at about a rjimlcr after ciglit o'clock,
ttlnle Mr. Kbclling was passing in front of
Horns candy store on Hotel Street, he was
ruthlessly seued by the ttto policemen named,
charged ttitli being drunk and hurried off at a
rapid pace to the station house. While coming
dottn Nutiar.u Street his exclamations of dis
tress attracted the attention of sctcral persons
ttho ttere in company,' and going up the
street. Ttto of these immediately turned luck
and followed the arrestetl man to the station
house. While at the station the ttto policemen
ttjio made the arrest shotted the utmost
insubordination to their superior, Mr
McKcaguc, posititcly rcfusini; to reteasc the
nnn until thcmscltcs threatened by Mr,
McKeaguc with Incarceration. Eten this
threat had to lie repeated sctcral times before
they ttould let go. When ihi was clone, how
cter, it liecainc immediately apparent to all
present, that the man ttas perfectly sober, and
he ttas allotted to go. During the arrest, Mr.
Lhc!ling's watch and chain were damaged and
hi clothe somewhat torn. Not tatisfied at
being simply released, he brought suit, as
before said, agtinst the policemen, and the
trial occupied part of Saturday afternoon and
Mondsy inornlnt;. At the trial Messrs.
McKeaguc, Mihrtcns, Alliert Smith and Ihe
man himself, testified as to his sobriety
and also to his ill-usage. Messrs. I). McCart
ney and George W. Smith, of the firm of llenson
Smith & Co., testified to the nnn's character
for sobriety and ,ptrticularly that he was seen
and intlrtiewctl by them immediately prior to
the arrest, and that then he wat (lerfectly solicr.
Mr. r.mnicluth testified as to Mr. L'bclling's
general character for sobriety, and that he had
u 01 kcd for him during the day in question and
that then was sober. The policemen, how
cter, who made the arrest both testified that
Ml, Klielling appeared drunk at the time of
Ihe arret, and brought two other policemen
and a hack-drlter to corroborate the etidence
they gate. The policemen, however, were
fouinl guilty as charged and fined $10 each.
An appeal has lieen taken to the Intermediary
court. Mull has licen iliscliaigcd from the
"force,' but Kauliane been retained on ac
count of il alleged prctiou gaid character.
Mr. V. O. Smith was engaged by Mr, Label
ling to assist In the prosecution. The prixmcis
managed their own case.
Messrs. I,)ont A I-ctcy'n sale to-n!t;ht ts
oner (hat the public cannot alToid to neglect.
It embraces one of the longest and most it
Iractjte lines cter oiTerrd.
Many hat. Inuelcd at tha drunuutr's door
llel,riot and well.dat t
llui good Si. Nicholas held th. Hour
And h. had tu turn utuM of tUcni away,
I or men mma wutk and wouvcu conlrlv.
W her, lii. cluUrcn s.arni in ih. family biv
And lead Ik. way-imwd sons awl daccghtcrs
'lo Saul. Cuus' llsad Quailcrs,
Ti be able to nrocvire a complete line of
their emu remedies It Uwn to houuropallilc
praclilinnets. IVtilcke i. Schreck Ihe cele
brated lioiiiriMruthic idurinaclkl of Ihe United
Stales bat! made Messrs. (lenson, Smith Ic
Co., their igentt for these islands. Kterythlng
In Ihe line ed" Homceopithic icuiedic can be
obtained of litem,
" A buautiful limneJIe alerel a SiMunicLi
Uiy-goods store and liupn'itsd of a blonde young
cicia.il neu ny usunucr ichmm. 1bjg.u
liful brunette wanted a rtsady-maile nltdttgewn,
The young nun brosight out a lot of cheap
mosquito bait." Mr, Jofco T. Wts4uiMC-.
at hU No, lo tWfe, ota Kert fir Ism tltm.
Im fejbsst," of ImU kiasla, fag tsW Hittm.'
I mpmtrr ami Dealer In
Chandeliers, (.amps, Pendants, llrackrt tatm.s;
0 I ultilar, Side I uliulari Polling house,
and Police tjinterns; Nurse, Pocket, ami
TaWe lmps; (iloUs, Chimneys, Reflectors,
tamp Holders for sewing machines.
NTOVIS , Nil KANOt-S-Uncle "sain, Puck'.
I'.uenr, Richmond, " Ka Mot," Pert, Osceola,
Hawaii Alolia Almeda llora.
MISSISSIPPI RANOt-Cooklng capacity for loo
FRKNCII RANOIS For re-taurantt, hotels, and
private residences, with or without hot water
WI.S'IF.NIIOI.MS I XI. CUTI.FRV.
A fine assortment of Table, Desert, and Tea
Kniveenml lofks; Carvers and Steels with
flairs and ornamental Ivory handles also
'otket Knives, Karors, Shears, llutton hole
an.1 Indies' Scissiies, llread Knivest genuine
trench Cook Knives, llutcher ami Kitchen
Indies' Work slaml lltslet Oflice, I iinch,
1 JunJrv ami Market llaskelv
DOOKMA I S Assorted sires and patterns.
SIIAT.K PI.AII D WARM
Rogers Hrothers'and Merl len Plating Works J
Waler ami Cream Pitchers 1 table, Desetr,
and Tea Knives; locks ami Sin-cms, Snoon
llol.l-rs. Nankin Rings, Children fugs,
Pickle and Cruet Stands, Puller Howls,
Card Receivrs, fruit Stands, Preserve
ao mi: wark
Nickle mounted lea Sets. In part or whole,
ter) neat and desuabfe, plain Cooking
Ulensils in large variety,
STAMP! I) riNWARrt
Milk Pans. Pudding and plain llastnt, Milk
Pollers , Rice, Jelly, and Ice-cream Moulds;
new patterns m Slew Pans
SAUCF.PANS I nameled anjt tinned Iron, from 3 pint
to 3 gallon.
loilet Sets, toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cakef Cash, tml Knife Hoses; Sutlouns,
Cuspidors, Children's lra)s.
latrbanks' Plalform, Counter, and Kitchen
Moltne Plows, Shovels, Sjsades, Hoes, Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoe Handles,
Plow Handles and Reams.
ICE CIIFSTS and REFR10I.RAT0RS.
IIAt.DWIN FODDKR CUTII- RS-lhree sites, J,
1, t$4, and 3 inch cut, an A 1 article.
Warranted best grades New Vork standard,
and cnrbolied, Hi )!i I, rjf , 1H1 ' Inch
Hose, norrles and sprinklers, Ac.
PI.UMIIFR AND TINSMIIIIS' MA1FRIAI.
Sheet Iad, 3 to 14 lbs. sou-ire foot ; Soil Pipe,
lead and cast iron; water Closets, Cases
Sheet Tin ; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
II la In m ; Hose lid bs. Rosin ; Sinks,
bluk ami enameled : ditto Wathttands ;
Sheet 7inc ; Soft Solder, our own make,
OAIA'ANIZI.D IRON PIPI.-U to 3 Inch; elbows,
I reducers, ; lugs, bushing.
PIPE VICES, lake K to 3 Inch pipe; stocks and dies,
cuts H to 3 inch pie.
BIRD C'AOl-S I argest variety In market, (tainted,
bright, an J brass wire.
1IAIIV CARRIAGES, llo).' Wheelbarrows and Go
Halls justls -cclcliraled lire and Iturglar proof
Safes. We keep in stock the largest assort
ment of Safes to be found west ofCalifomia
Cuts mailed upon application.
GFLEIT-S ICE MACHINES:
Just the thing for use on plantations wheie
steam is aviilable. Small sie makes I lbs.
Ice in four hours , second sue, 70 lbs. in seven
hours. Cuts, with full direction fir working,
mailed to your' address on application We
are authorized lo deliver these machines
alongside at makers' prices, adding only cost
ol jacking cases and freights.
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds In tin, copocr, and
sheet iron working attended lo Work-shop
over store. Work executed by competent
workmen at rea.sonable (irices.
I1EAVFR lll.OCK, FORT STREET.
" Nimble sixpence better than a slow shilling "and
rtr DONT r ORGET I r. Jff 159 if
'OR THIRTY DAYS 11
Commrnrliiff oil Jomln, Oct. lit, 1MH3.
C1IAS. J. HSUEL WILL OFFER
-Astounding Bavrgtvlna la Mlllin.rjr
Prior to the departure of MISS IMK1CK for th.
Sutei, on tit MariKu, Utng htrt'iii OctoWr
ijtli, 1833, we wit! niakc
A Qtftml Clearance Hat of Millinery,
10 male room IW ourcitciulvv ttuck, wttkh will
U imrctuua by MISS KMR1CK in r
ont anil U lo arrive hrt abuut
the mUMIe of November.
Oar KK.JULTIONS are GKNU1NK, ami nectl
only lo be en Ly careful buyen to be
a(fecLtteiL KciniuAH in all
Il.tLf I' HICK.
Special atienllun U cllJ la lb above aJiwum.ciMC4.
Vr VarUty imI Law Vrlee hv vaHHul V
Kerltetl t tkU Vll I
11 Is 10 lb. IN I ERESr U EVERYI10I1V lo call
ami h iUm UAKGIANS, whttUr trultucs; la buy
All Goods .ill U walked U yUu aVust uxl
imam, t, rmnwL,
THK LKADIKCI MILUWKRV MOV,
Cirtur fill vJ HiUI Sir,,,.
ttititU Sic. t
Cmr UmimlmmdJifmtma ttrmM
I have recelveil Instructions from
F.llLrRS CO, IORT STRFF.T,
Tiro vimmrMJi jvcrio.y n it.rci,
AT TIKI. STOtI
Batnrrliit- ErtsnlnK, D.rsstncMsr 22arl,
at 7 o'clock, p-m,
Monilny Evcnlnp;, Drscembnr 24th,
at the same hour,
itlT IOOK OUT FOR RAROAINS.
H. P. ADAMS
A SUOAR PLANTATION
A t .1 hot toy,
Will I sol I under Instructions fiom the Mortgagees
an I Owners, at Ihe salesroom of Ihe undersigned,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 10TH,
at it o'cencn Noon, TUB
KNOWN AS T. J. HAVSFI.DEN CO.'S,
Situate at Kohata, Hawaii
The Protierty consists of about 34s Acres nl I -and all
leasehold of which 400 acres are Cane 1-and and lit
Acre. Pasture, held at rentals amounting in Ihe whole
to $1, 71x1,30 per annum.
'IHE CROPS CONSIST OF
US acres of Raloons ready to come 01T
4 ft acres of toung raloons 5 months old
tit acres of young raloons 6 weeks old
If acres of riant cane 14 months old
38 acres i)ant cane 13 months old,
tVO acres young can. planted Aug last.
Iliis cane Is I lamed upon lenns for grinding. 'Ih. J
planters lieing enlitled 10 one half of Ihe produce.
38 head working osen, 6 horses,
CPIows, harrows and other farming Implements,
Wagons, 4c., ,, 4c
FOUR HOUSES FOR I.AIIOKF.RS.
For further particulars apply lo
" E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
Or lo Fdw'd Preston, 66 Fort street, An'y for vender.
gENSON, SMITH, CO.,
113. rORT-STREET, HONOLULU,
IMrORTKRS ANU DKALK
TOILF.T AND rROPRIF.TAKV ARTICLtS.
A full line
FANCY TOILET CASES ...
for the Holiday Trade.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully pre pared.
niLLINOHAU ft CO..
PLOWS I PLOWS! PLOWS I
To rrlv. by th. "Henry James" Irom New York
direct and by rail via San rranclsco.
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOW,
This plow ts made specially for Sugar PUntatlooa
and Is covciedby Patent In Ihe Hawaiian Kingdom.
DILLINGHAM DOUBLE PURROW PLOW,
Also specially adapted 10 sugar plantation. Covsrsd
by paient lathe United Stales.
DILLINGHAM RICE PLOWS,
Cutting from 3 Inches upwards. An entirely new
series triad, from our own patterns lo remedy defect
In Light Stc.1 Plow for ric. culture, sccaid plouf nuig,
and can. cultivation.
These Plows are all mad. by th original JMui
Devi. Meline Plow Wosks, lb. pioneer WeMsv-t
plow manufactory and th. largest steel plow works in
the world. For lire Plows exf this manufactur. w. are
A larg. stock of plows ca ditTcrsnt toanufaaures ami
patterns, at lowest rales.
IIAKkOYtS OF Dlr KEREN r PAITERNS
C'uUivaior. anst Horse Hoes
Oa Yokes lluws, 0 CTaain
1 race Clsalns, Topsail Chaiu
lliVeitMlal Pulley Block
HARDWARE FOR PLANTATION USE
Fodder-Cullers, Cunt and liomiay Mills
Garden and Canal Barrows
Sludebaker Wagons and CarrUeet
LUBRICATING OILS A SPECIALTY
Albany Cylinder Oil and Cctaposuict
KKKOSEN E OIL, In o,uaniUet to soil
KerotxWM Od Stoves
Amarlcan and Kogtuh paint aad Oil
Twpauin, Paint and Wbiusnab Itruska. '
Valttnlloe'a ami otku VaruUft.t
Paper aad Paper lUgt-
Werkneaa Fir. Eatlttguttlmt
SMKLr HARDWAKK, SCALES
HosiM I isnit4luaf Couds
I .an ClawMaelasr, sul lantern
eW Net) Good, corwltiuly anttiaf. fr
W. aiat to kxsrn issrytlio( rtsauinsl ia catr
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