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A'L'IJRDAY PR I2S.
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Itorlal roomi at it Fort treet
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THOS. O. THRUM, Pnblltlier and Proprietor.
All matter for the Saturday Preai ahould tie
addressed to the SATURDAY PRESS.'
Notice ol any events of Interest trantplrln on
the other Itlands will always be thankfully received
for publication, Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communication,
not for publication necessarily, bnt aa a gnarantre
tbit the writer It acting In good faith.
DECEMBER 8, rMj
JuiM street i called "Mudd strccl" h) It
Now, Mr. Kapcna, Ret out our innne) litigs
the MiriKxn Is (lite
Judljf and Mm. McCully returned by (lie
Sydney. 'Ihey vvcre liolli welcome and wel
AtiMialran mcri imU of an after glow
vitilile at Sydney, Western Amtrnli-t, and
The Mission Children's Society will mce
lo niidif at the house of Mr. Henry W'alcrliousc
on Ninianu street.
Ilonolulu'a tnos( qificd (ownsmin, Mr.
Charles Warren Slixldard, (joes (o Stn I'nn
Cisco by the nest Miri)iosa. "May they love
him mi little he'll svvlfl return."
Hie Cinrette office was searched fur llie copy
of llie lliley reiiorl list Wednesday afternoon.
A funny account of the ridiculous irocccdlnKs
appeared in )cstcriliy's llullctin.
The Uev. A. Clirk, who Ind been aliment,
lictltli-ecVinp, In llie United Stale, rclurneil
to Ins clerical and scholastic duties at Walalua
Iat muntli, greatly Improved liy (he trip,
Nuuinit elrcct Is still ornamental (and ten
tiered dangerous) ly unused water pipes
which trie ;ov-crnincnl was rich enough to piy.
frcrulit and drayai;e on but Is too pour to put
lo any use.
Acrpnintanccs of Mr. William Mclntvrc,
one of Ashley & I Ichhird'a express drivers,
who wis hurl recently by having i hivy iron
Kile fall on his bip, will be glad to learn thit
lie is now able to be aliout.
An esteemed contemporary of llie 5th in-
sluit cjmtained the lollowing valiialile bit of
.testst "Sclnefcr and ViRniux arc practicing
diily for the cliiinpionihip gime to begin the
aGlli of November "
IaM Momlay night Mr. Gutenberg's store,
corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets, was
robbed ol some money which had been with
rare forethought concealed among the goods.
The Union Saloon waj also robbed,
Doctor Rogers lias moved his office and
residence from the cottage on the southwest
corner ol Hcrctnnla and Richard streets to the
rooms formerly occupied by Dentist Macalistcr
on Hotel street, nearly opposite V. M. C. A.
There has been noteworthy energy displaced
In the re-building of Horn's bakery. Some
thing of American push Ins been evinced
by Mr. Horn, and Ixith Inking and confec
tionary making will be carried on hereafter
under even more favorable circumstances linn
beore the fire.
'I he I'hntci's Monthly for December has
eight editorial articles, five communications,
nud llie curresMiiidcnce between a special
committee of the phnlers and llie lorcign
office. An article on the diffusion process, re
published from the Quccnslind I'lanlcr and
Tanner, Is worth reading.
The appointment of Professor Varndlcy as
teacher of music in the public school', chiefly
due lo the argumentative solicitation of Prin
cipals Scott and Mackintiwli--i in the in
terests of progress. Mr. Vanillic) is said lo
Imc-a most hippy way with children. Whit
is most needed now is a drawing teacher.
Messts. George Ashley and Joseph ll. Wise
man hive-joined their business fortune, under
the firm name of Wiseman & Ashley. 'I he
reputation each Ins acquired, coupled with the
paving agencies llie) jointly hold, ought so to
supplement the energ) and business ability
they possess thai they will be "a team' in
deed. The anniversary exercises at llie llcthcl last
Sunihy attracted an oveillowing congregation.
Kniji Kthkui, Minister Gibson, Mr. and
Mrs. Daggett, and other persons of rank were
present. Father Damon preached an interest
in,; s.tiriiiu.1 and an original h)iiin was sung,
compiled for the occasion by Mrs. II. V.
If Minuter Kipcna were not so hard work
ed an 0I1..UI tint he mil not rcasombl) be
,, exp-c .d to attend lo so small .1 matter as the
T" f. condition of his own sidewalks, it would be in
?4 ll.l r 111 r,llllMll 111,! k..lt.,r. 111., n 1...I..
"... . ... .w, .,,,., .... VJ.VV.IVIIS.J Illi MIIIU
f .e black .uid Mould lit,i,mv(- tli,. kIiiwi,... r.ws.
......... ......u... .,,b "XI'l'V.. UU,
wa)s on Nuuanu street in the vicinity of the
Captain Ainslcy of the Suez wrote to Mr.
Irwin as follows, sometime In September:
"Wc arc here in Hongkong having athorough
uveihauling and cleaning up which wc could
never hive got on )our side of the world. It
Is a good elmlcr we have got now, three
)cars to run between here and Melbourne,
calling at all the laistcrn Australian ports.
This Issue contains something over twent)
onc columns of reading mailer. An original
descriptive sketch of ihe San l'ranclsco mar
kets and market gudens, and one of the late
,JjI, J Sheldon,' popular reminiscences of
which isvcf.il were pictured Just before the
aulhor's death arc on the first pige. An
oiiglnal lUwailin legend and two funny re
prinlol stories are In this week's supplement.
Speaking of the recent laiget shotting by
the "Ami)" n citiicn sa)s 1 "I'm waiting
with breathless eagerness for thai summit of
proficiency In the title tactics of Ihe Hawaiian
Army which shall enable the first soldier to
keep onoc)c open when a gun Is fired. At
present the entire force becomes momentarily
sightless at each shot Including the nun who
docs the shoo! lug."
A very nice small boy named Austin lives
on Nuuanu sltcct. He Is just learning to talk.
Ills mother doljs on him, hts father adores
The other night hit fond father took
little Austin on hit knee and asked t "Do
you love iiuuiuu?" Austin replied 1 "Move
mamma." "And do )im love papo.r"' "I
love pupa," said Austin. "Hut whom do) on
love best, Austin." "Ice cream 1" said Aus
tin- and brought down the house.
Mr. David Gralum Adec, Ihe "anilussador
unusual " of last Tucsdai arrival, Is a gentle
nun of standing in Washington, an inter
national law)cr of prominence, a u tiler of
reputation and clearly a man of ideas. He
has written tome of llie most brilliant, though
brier, historical papers wet produced by an
American, suggesting the research of l'rcscott,
the dash of I'atkman and the fundi of SiJnc)
Howard Ga), Whatever ma) be the result
of hit mission he U entitled lo llie community's
must lopcctlul cunsidcrallon. As another
teaioo, he hat had Die good jaKlmcnl to bring
mws m wue auu uauntcr.
When Hon. Paul Neumann canu to town
, the writr-iinrt'eil that the community
would be the richer if lie e idil 1 induce I lo
deliver in lhi ntj his Icrturc on debt. It is
imd lecture .1 serious )cl mirthful, wise
yet witty lecture. It is asfiln reprclfiill) ug
gestol that if cither the Honolulu Library
Asvjcialion or Ihe V. M. C. A. would take
the mailer in hand, it might result in a good
man) notld dollars ami not a little solid enjoy
ment. A gentleman of ihis city who look a great
Interest in Ihe I.ulher celebration sends the
Press the following: "Recent researches into
llie family of Martin I.ulher have brought lo
light the ficl that a lineal descendent of the
great reformer is still living, and lint he fills
at llerhn (he useful, but scarcely brilliant, osl
of Kfstnmn." He would like some German
who know to stale ihrmtch llie Preiw whether
Ihe imrngrapli quoleil from a New efthnd
inpcr lie true or not.
A very naughty fcmile thief by birlh a
Portuguese had lietn sneak-lhleving in and
around town for nomc lime, up lo one iliy last
week. Then she was cuiighl, brought up with
a round turn and will go the reef for one )enr
to reflect and il it hoped rrjient. This
story now (en ih) old is recalled because
it so unmistakably oln(s this moral
' Don't give lo lxfegirs until )uu liiaw they
deserve )our alms. There is scarcely ever
excuse for public begging in Honolulu."
Il is tn be hoped lint (here will lie a hrgi
allendmcc at the entertainment at V M. C . A.
Hall next Tuesday night. There has been a
greit deal given the Inslitulion by wealth)
men. 'I he diss which it benefits most ought
(11 feel (heir iibhc,ilions more keenl) (Inn (hey
apparently do. Surely every member of the
Ijook-kccping class and- the class in Hawaiian
ought to attend J so ought all (he vishors at
the free entertainments j so ought every one in
town who has (wcnl)-fivc cents lo spire.
The Anglican Church Chronicle for Decern
her, Issued list Siturihy, was (he iniliil num
bcr of the second volume. lis allusion to con'
Icmponry criticism in its opening editorial is
manly, courteous and unissailablc. It his
perfect right to pliy its own put just as
those who believe so strongly in extreme action
hive a clear right to their belief. No fair
minded men have any right lo dispute the
positive good llie editors of llie Anglican are
doing among their ov 11 church folkj anil the
editors themselves arc loo fair minded to im
pugn the motive of thoe who think the)
oif.htto hive a little more of the spirit of
Ridle) and Knox and I.ulher.
Consul McKinlcy will be in clover when he
moves into his new quarters in the Campbell
Illock. He will occupy two rooms on I'ort
street and two on Merchant. The corner
room will be the main office and the adjoining
room on I'ort street will be used as a private
office and stud). 'Ihe room adjoining the
main office will be used as a shipping office
and siilor's sitting room and be)ond tint will
be a ktore room. All the new offices will be
furnished simply, comforlihly ami )c( In keep
inrj with Consul McKinley's well known taste
Adjoining the rooms of the Consulate, on the
Merchmt-street side, will be the law office of
llonorible Paul Neunnnn, next to which will
be the editorial rooms ol the Saturd.i) Press.
Mr. Alfred Ilirrctt, one of the luckless
Ninito voyagers returned to Honolulu aliout
two weeks ago. He left Vlodivoslock June
9U1, in company wilh J. G. Teller, Walter
llisby, John Peavy, J. M. Arnold and Wil
liam Warwick. He-fore the) left, Ihe provisions
in the ship were sold for aliout $120 $30
each to passengers and crew. The ciptain
refused to tike the ship any further. War
wick hid an altercation with him before Ihey
left, and struck the captain 'several blows in
the face. The unfortunates visited several
Japanese and Chinese orts, eventually, with
the exception of llixb) and Peavy, working
their passages to the United Stales. Mr. Ilir
rctt does not know whether the captain and
crew have disposed of the ship or not.
Manager l'a.ssctt of Ihe Hawaiian Hotel his
been in his element since the arrival of the
Alimedi. Thai good ship brought down
several hdy visitors among them Mrs. Red
ding, widow of the late II. U. Redding and
Mrs. J. W. Hrown. Holh ladies arc well
known in San I'rancisco society. Mrs. Red
ding is accompanied lay her son, Mr. G. II.
Raiding; and Mis. Hrown who has an ad
mirably trained and marvellously flexible voice
iscluparon for several of San Francisco's
prettiest and most opulur)outig laities. Mrs.
and Miss Staples arc still at the hotel ; and
most of the patty will remain through Decem
ber some of the )ounger members "doing"
Ililo and the volcano, aJ inttnui. The Press
regrets (hat the perennial and generally in
satiable duly of finding fault with a lliwful
miladminislralion his dc!a)cd this respectful
iccognition of some of the pleasanlest visitors
who ever visited the island
T he bark T. R. Foster has been sjiokcu.
The American bark Spartan, is at Urewer &
The American bark Caibarienisat Sorcnson's
The German liark Christine is discharging
coal at the foot of the Likelike's dock.
Arrived at Poit Townsend, Norcmber 19th,
American tern Courser, Colby, hence.
The American briganliue William G. Irwin,
Captain Turner, sails for San I'aancisco to
). The steamship Mariposa will be due from
San Francisco, with five da) ' later news, at
The German bark Marallan is discharging a
general European cargo at (he Pacific Mail
Steamship Company's whaif.
The American tern Annie I.arseu, arrived
from Port Gamble on Thursday wilh a load of
lumber which she is dischuging at the foot of
I' oil street.
The American lark C, O. Whitmorc, arrived
on Thursday from Port Hlakely, with d cargo
of lumber, which she is discharging at Allen &
At the old Custom House whaif the HiitUh
liaik Henry James, is discharging a large and
assorted caigo from New York, consigned to
Messrs Caslle 5. Cooke.
The American hark I). C, Murray, arrived
lat Sund.iv from San Francisco, with an assor
ted cargo of general merchandise, which the li
uncharging at llrevvcr Co whaif,
The American biigantiue Haiard, arrived
last Saluuta) frorujaluil, wilh about one bun
dled and thirity Soulh Sea Isalandtrs, all look
ing for work, and looking able (p do it. She
lias docked at Judd's wharf. She brings plants
Arrived at San huncisco Novcmlxr 171I1
American barkciajne Discovery, Pemman,
hence iSlh, American baikcn ine, J. A.
Falkmburg, Goodman, hence; schooner Ito
tarlo, Swift, 16 dart from Kahalui 19th,
British t. , Hell Rock, Danbreck, hencet loih,
American barkentlne LTU, Howe, hence,- ijtli,
American baikcnlme W. 11. Dimond, Iloud
"Wit II lllmut II htiheu, .loll I l,i ,tnnn (lln
Among the good things, " (00 numerous (o
mention," excluded from hsl week's Press by
the iron limitations of space, was the following
Anions; ihe many ri'ea.sanl Thankscivmc
dinners of Honolulu, last Thursday miy lie
mentioned one at the White House, ItS
Nuuanu avenue I hirly guests sat down at
f. jo t. vt,, lo a sumptuous repist, in old New
Pngland st)le. Nor was this all Ihe after
noon ami evening were well spent In various
wa)s, and at night Ihe fron( of (he premises
was icstooneii wnn (.nmesc lanterns, while
inside a siring lund caused dincini; lo be kept
up until after midnight. Thus pissed one of
ine most iruiysncni gatherings ol the season
ami on the " teuqieran'-c principle."
On Thanksgiving da), Ihe writer and nomc
sittcen others received a card, in language as
Von arc cordiilly invited to attend a recep
tion of "The Dudes" at Auncooelcm II.ill
on Fori street, near Kukui, at the "Sign of
me i-iai iron- 10 lie hel.I on Saturday
evening, December 1st, the occasion being the
dewrturr ol one of the dudes from Ihe classic
shades of Honolulu,
T he writer went ami saw and conquered
in n game of euchre. 1 he " Sign of the ITit
iron iuspii)eii iiscll invitingly ami led one
up a steepish pair of slilfs into a room filled
wilh men and chairs and tables and lobicco
smoke. Kightecn vvorkingmen were there
a tinsmith, a carpenter, a house painter, a ma
chinist, a clerk, a Ixiok binder, a printer and
a scribbler. The occupations of the others
the writer wis not (old, ami he will probably
never know. Hut he is ready lo (akc his "affi
div)" that (hough all were "workmen," not
oncwasa " workingnun" in its "agitated"
sense. Communists of coin u hilly wc nil
were, socialists of sociability surely j but no
one talked .any twaddle aliout the "drones
who hapoen lo have brains, or sighed for an
"equality" he hid not )ct earned. The
eighteen euchre players and draft phjersnnd
Jolly jokers had met to have "a good time'
Him mey run 11. mil white the writer was
with ihcm, not one 01th, not one suggestive
iloulilc meaning, not one sentence unfit for anv
family circle in Honolulu came within his
hearing. There was card playing but ncilhe
for (en cents a corner" nor for " (he beer."
1 here was handiage. and raillery and swift re
(or( ; but no stimulant stronger linn the 1111
fragrant weed mule snare for any tripping
Liter llie door of an adjoining room was
flung open, where, on Ihe floor in mtivc
fashion, was spread a feast of which wi was
Ihe Alpha and ice crcmi the " Ouuln." W
all ale- aid ate and ale, and washed it down
wilh ginger ale.
SUM later the book-binder sang several iolos,
and the printer, the tinsmith and the carpenter
sang several trios. It was a merr) night and
wholesome-j and it proved as the Thanks
giving dinner nlwive mentioned also proved
that there is "stuff" enough in the artisans
and clerks of Honolulu lo give Ihe groggerics
the "go by" if (hey only ;.
Mr. Dmielewiez has sent the Press the fol
lowing, which is printed as a mailer of simple
Honolulu, December 5th, 1SS3.
T he statement contained in )our list week's
issue regarding in) self is untrue. 1 defy )ou
or any other human lcing in Honolulu, to
prove that I cither ran or walked into Dodd's
groggcry or stables or any place in lha( neigh
borhood on (he da) mentioned. 1 was stand
ing in front of the butchcrshop on Hotel street
conversing with the butcher, when 1 was ac
costed by and made rcpl) to the iwor (ool of
my persecutors and did not think of running
or even walking away on his account. I sini
ply walked aw.i), because I was on business,
which I had to transact and I did not intend
lo stop all day in front of a butchcrsliop. Hut
had 1 even walked away from a man of whom
I was subsequently informed, that he carried
concealed deadly wcaons for Ihe purine of
an attack upon me, I should think I should
rather deserve the S)inpathy than the scorn of
the press for not provoking disturbances and
perhaps murder. I further defy )ou or an)
one on these islands to prove that 1 ever par
took of a drink of intoxicating beverages since
my arrival bye. The press of this town has
been very energclic in the Persecution of in)
person and my cause, am! in the rejection ol
articles indicating lwth against misrepresenta
tions. Hut the time nny vet come, when jus
lice will be uppermost and the Truth known
" On llie JStiilln."
The "street "has putzlcd itself unavahngly
since llie appearance of the lost Planter's
.Month!) over Mr. T. II. Davics' apparent at
titude of conversion to the blithe political
mormanism of Mr. Gibson. " We thought
Daviei was an out and outer," said several.
Surel) Gibson can't have bought him with one
of those 'good, fat contracts.'" "One re
members how Mr. Davic-s rushed into print
over llie 'Madras muddle' and made Hon
olulu 'howl' for a few weeks at Gibson's ex
pense. What's up, I wonder?" The reply of
one of Mr. Davies' friends according as it
docs wilh Mr. Davies' public utterance Is
given 111 justice lo that gentleman, who v ill
doubtless defend himself soon in print. Mr.
Davie' friend sa)-s that Mr. Davies' present
attitude is one tif simple justice. Relieving
Mr. Gibson for once in his life to bo right
(so far as the Chinese question is concerned) he
does not choose to quarrel with him needlessly.
The friend further says that it is not true that
Mr. Davies was promised government patron
age because a clerk in his store negotiated a
loan of $10,000 for the benefit of the impe
cun'ous interior dcpaitmcnt.
Thr fifirffNilit buclctt.
President Walker of the Hawaiian Humane
Socie(y has been requested b) the board of
manage inent "lo bring to the notice of llie
puclic general!) the objects of the societ), and
to solicit the aid and co operation of those who
arc willing (o join 01 assist in carr)ing out its
v lew s. The objects of the society are to leach
and instil the piinclples of mercy, lo provide
effective means for the prevention of cruelty
throughout (he Hawaiian Kingdom, (o enforce
laws which are row, or ma) hereafter be en
acted for die pretention of cruelly, and to se
cure by lawful means thearres(, conviction,
and punishment of all persons violating such
laws. According to the b)-lavvs, members arc
elected b) the hoard 'of management on aii
plication In writing and the pa)iucnt of the
pa)mcnl of the annual dues, $.1.50, Any
member of the society not in aireart may
commute for life all dues by the payment of a
turn not less lhan $2$. Hon. J. S. Walker is
president, Iliiush Commissioner Wodehousc
and Mrs. J, A. Crur.au, vice-presidents, and
Mr. Frank Godfrey, of die Gazette, secietar).
Application for incinUiship ma) he made to
an) of the above named ollicers of the society
1 9 in,
Mrs. Simmons, who hat just relumed from
America, will hereafter assist In the song-scr.
vice at (heSunda) afternoon meetings in (he
V. M. C. A Next Sunday afternoon Mr,
Cruian will conduct the opening service, and
Rev. A. O, Forbes will preach a brief sermon.
Mrs. Simuimons, Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Crman
wilt sing solos, in addition to the usual con
.Mr. rumraui lias given King Kalakaua a
fac-simile statue of the Venus tf Milo scarcely
Ins famous than the Venus of Medicis. The
statue is done in plaster of parts. It may he
seen for a while at the llcaver-Illock sales
rooms of Messrs. ,G, W. Macfailane Co.
The tewing society hi SI. Andrew' I'aiisJi
U being moie generally atlendcj than pre
.f nnllter nf r Othoit ItrreHfjn
In Scptemb r, or earlier, it cim 10 Mr
Gilison's ear, llirouijli some one of hit rhcap
spies, tha( Mr. f, W. Girvm, school agen( ol
Wailuku, had dared lo say that hh soul was
his own and had expressed (in jiuUle) the (fil
iate opinion thit Mr. Gibson was no lietler
thin he shoald be; for which crime the amiable
autocrat of (his klngdomette set his powerful
win to work lo punish the contumacious
official. Hesldcs lieing a good school agent
and an honest man (which Mr. Gibson Is nut)
Mr. Girvin knows how lo pronounce "Kdnca
tlon," (which Mr. Gilison does not); but Mr.
Gibson had not resented die other's superiority
until Mr. Girvin had the temerity to tell a
tittle of the truth ahuut hiin. Mr. Gibson
remembered with a ping how he used to honor
Mr. Girvin's store at Lalnina by silling on its
counter .and telling bawdy stories by lh' hour
for the moral and intellectual improvement of
Mr. Girvin's customers; and without charging
anything for it, either. The Ingratitude of Mr.
Girvin's present hostile attitude was more
lhan the cx-high priest of the Mormon I'pis
coptcy could bear. With tears in his voice he
lold the secretary of the Iward ofljldlaishuti"
to write and say the president discharged Mr.
Girvin ami "would have nolhln' lo do jvitli
him no more." The diplomatic secretary re
minded the ex-priest thai die president of the
Ijoard might not dismiss an agent unless by
permission of die board. So Ihe president
gathered his loird together minus Mr. J. S.
Walker ami rend (hem (he rio( act. At
which (hey dispersed themselves (figuratively)
telling Mr. Gibson he might do his tittle do
as he chose. Whcrctin llie president in
structed (he sccrctar) to inform Mr. Girvin
lint the "authority of die Ixiard" consented
to turn Mr. Girvin out. Hut he studiously
neglected lo add that the act of disinisal was
passed when the only really Intelligestt man on
the board was absent, So Mr. Girvin goes
out, more fortunate, however, in retaining his
self respect and Ihe good ojiinion of his neigh
liors, than die outcast whose puny malice is
gratified by the dismissal.
List week Mr. Girvin received a letter of
which the following is a cop) the Italics being
the writer's. This letter speaks for itself.
Dn'ARrviFNTOK Lnucvriov, 1
November 20th, iSSj. J
Mr. I. W. Gikvin, School Agent, W.i.
luku, Maui Oiar Sir: I am directed by the
President o( die Hoard of IMucalion, who hat
Ihe authority of tht loan! in the mutter, to
communicate to vou lint )our services as
School Aucnt for the dislrirl ..f Wil,,!,..
island ol Maui, will not be required after the-
ciosc- 01 me current vear, 1. e., Uec. 31st. Mr.
A. Harncs of Wailuku has been appointed lo
succeed )ou in the office named, and will be
authorized to give jou the necessary receipts
for all school mone)S, books, accounts, c.
mui juu snaii uansicr 10 mm,
W. Jas. Svn
Still, hin l.ll.r (l lliiml .11mr.
The beautiful, fascinating, accomplished,
asthelicj'double refined ex-rev erend tax-assessor
of Ililo, in -consideration of his valuable ser
vices lo die tax paurs nnd lo the ureal Kini'-
doui of Hawaii, should be decorated with tic
-urticr 01 isanisclnlka" ihe O. O. O., bul the
garter should be placed around his neck and
he be choked so, for awhile, thai it would in
capacitate him Tor the position lie now occu
pies, for which die government seems to think
he is peculiarly filled. In assessinc it is
said he Ins some lax payers' names down
Irom two lo four limes 011 his tax book. Per
haps lie ma) lliink tint some will pay just for
the fun of the thing. Il must lax his poor
brain lo its utmost capacity to fill the position.
uic government should have some reuard for
their native office holders js talented ones are
not so plentiful as the) should he. 1 hey should
the next year put in some capable Chinaman
("no while man need npplv") which would
give the present assessor a chance It. rest his
wear) head. Of course Ihe government would
in consideration of what he has done continue
Ids salar) and give him leave oi absence (o no
to the 1 iji Islands as an envoy extraordinary
and minister p!cniN,tcnliary or in some other
capacity suited to so great and good a man.
Ur it might be .a good idea to send him to
Italy Willi a score or more voting liawaiians'
male and f. male, to have them instructed in
vocal mu.ic, in order that the leader of die
truly superb Honolulu band might organize an
opera troupe. It might convince the crniwicd
heads of Europe thai the Kingdom of Hawaii
is vocally a great nation. The assessor's name
should certainly be handed down to posterity
in some way and no better commends itscll lo
the writer at present. Hul previous to his
departing lit- should go to Williams or some
other good photographer .and have his beauti
ful face taken, as eacli lax payer vvill want one.
and when eacli one views dial face he will say
10 iiimscii, "inougi lost to sight to memory
dear very dear."
J. A. M.
Ililo, Nicmbor3o, 188.1.
Tltf llllirr ImliiiitlM.
Kohola has had recent rains.
The Star Mill at Kohola lias begun grind
ing. A Thanksgiving service was held at Ko
hola, ami well attended.
Onomea Plantation, Hawaii, began grind,
ing on the 271I1 ultimo.
An insane man named Kahimoku, of Pauka,
Hawaii, cul himself badly wilh a knife re
ccnlly. Evidently the Kinau is appreciated al Ililo,
judging from the well merited gush of corrcs
j Hindi nts.
Overseer Tooincy of liana Plantation, was
thrown from his horse week before last, but
was not seriously injured,
The Roman Catholic Church at liana,
Maui, was dedicated on (he 25th ultimo by
Father Theodore, who was assisted by Father
Oliver, Mr, A. Unna generously gave the
land on which ihe structure stands.
The Anglican sa)s: "'Ihe Uev. S. II.
Dtvis informs us that liesidcs his regular
duties, he visits Hilca, Kau, once a week to
administer the Holy Communion and lo hold
service. C. N, Spencer, Esq., is kind enough
10 lend the new school for this puqiose, and
Airs. Spencer preside at Ihe liarmoaiium. The
attendance at die service is aliout thirty, Mr.
Davis travel by the IvvalanI, leaving Soullr
rsona on Wednesday and returning on the
Hy the Alameda, cfi (wo young confidence
operators named Craig and Chessman, who
succeeded in victimizing several relavl trades
men in this city, Chcssman-is will connected
in Chicago. Craig was the dentist who came
down to take cliarge of Doctor Whitney's
office, lie brought tellers from gentlemen of
character In San trancisco, ami while here
moved in good societ) as did Chessman. "It
was the good society ihey moved hi which
secured them their credit. They lichl) de
serve, the reef.
At Kluuu Square this afternoon Music
Doctor Hcrger will do the delectable as follows!
Overture, I'ciej KcWll w.l.r
Much, be.ii.h WeJdmi I.odtti.1.11,
Ntlcltiou, mIU ,,,,, ., .,Vrui
CUnntl Sok. l.lKlovKU .,..,, ILcruvji
CunKl.-s.Jd, tin s um KUi. ,,,, ...Noaua
Clwnu, Houuc.. ,,,..,, ...I'ttrtiU
The land wjll play in Kinmi Spaare on
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evening.
utrman c,oqui iiue has gone lo Kauai to
- 1 r . . . e .c . .
to enquire Into reported fur(fcr labor troubles.
Iloiiiiiii III iJfcembefS iJi
Ilutness has chimd moM cf ihe attention "f Ihe
eml Ik iMs lc, ami evidences m wen of Ihe tarne-l
hnnesl effort I ut f mh bjr new atjiiraiits for .1 hare of
in arllire trade usual at this waion .if I lie yew Fonr
new Mores hate rneil wrtMn the mil ten .Ues. and
from the Urjee stocks now carrM In all ihe Immrf
trade, our people can hate little ccmpMnt to male at
me aunt) of llonorolastom to sniwilv or fill order.
lie to Ivrjje cargoes of Mnned merthindW from
New oik now Ulne Itniled ite extra srocfc lo a mnn
!er of Importer.
The artltah of ahlprlnt: Irate lm fri for the ttk,
ami In lira ilrpantires of the rtmmm AUnmla and
Australia, for San Irandsw,, efiml llietaliieof espnrts
loKIioi,ijM. The C S. llulWt. lavfrw an-
pl(e.l br repairs, resumed, yetttr Jay, her ten ujt f
itfw vutic. ,
llr Ihe ntrirat ,J ll,.- City of Svdney on Morula)
night last, flow Sm lrawt.cn, we hit dates to llie
ain.1 uitnno. To-day, the Mariposa still lie due will,
il.ttts lathe Mtinstant
The Inter island Steam N'mlgiition Comii) gltea
n.,nce 01 ihelr intention lo increue llie capital mock
nrtlecmnrallifrom$j,ftxitn4m,eo. Sales at
the Slock Hoard, jnt Wednesday, eral.race.1 3 shares,
Waianae, cf $140,
1 he attention of the public is railed 10 ihe annum
wlunrnof.Mr I- I1 Adam, hov,ill hste a tnnely of
cnrnnemtnis lor ihcm to tank llienHeltes for darinK
ihe curtnit mwlli ilron, I ons nnd Uvey 0U1
cniiniuepuMit-aatlenilon ror special ChrliliiiM aalea.
Ilminhilii l,irl. mill II11111I i:.rrl,,ui!,r.
boaslon, Ufilntvlii, Decembers, 1M1.
llailu hult ir Co , .
kohvla Suj-r 13 (
I he I'rlneetille II intallon Co
Hi- Wailuku SiiRir Lo
Ihe llawaiinn Agnuiltmnl Cn
MaLee Surfar Co. , ...
Waiminnhi bliirir Co . . ,, ,
lloiiok ct Suirar Co , f3 jr ,1, . p. .
I he Koloa bugtr Co . . . .
Oolalt Suirar Co ..... 4
Wadiee sugar Co
Pacific MuTCo .. .
Kiliuei .Sujr Co ,
llllcl Suyir Co ,,
drove Ranch 1'lanlsti in Cu ....
Union Mill Co., $;eoper slme id up
Star Mill Co . "..
tnt Maui I'ljntaliun Co ..
Oimmes Sliar Co. , ,
t'uulcai Sugtr Co
Keciprocily bucsr Co ,. .
IjlupahQcliueStr-'tr ia . . ..
H aik.ipu Sugar Co ,
llaliwa Sumr Co , ., .
Hononiami buirar Co ,
I'aLi Plantation Co
Ihellawiiiin Ksilroid Co . . .
Isimilut Ksilnitil Co ...
llaw-iiisn ItcllletrpSone Co. .. ..
Hawaiian lile lio'le Lo , (Iiul)
Kauai I clephonic Co . .. . .
Ihloit Hawaii IcIrplioneA. Id Co. .
MISCKCLANCOUS STOvks ANII IHIMIS.
Ihe Honolulu Iron Works Co . ..
C. llrcuer.V Compan), (Mercantile) . .
Interi.land Stcnui Navtf;illau Co. ,
IjsI Miui Slock Co. (Kanch)
I.O Hall N. Son, (limited) . .
Twelve ir cent bonds .
Nine per cent II swiiiinlioiids
Seven ier cent llawauiii londs . .
Sis per cent free from (iuv'i las
Onome-v iuijar Co. HuntU, 9 per cent.
H-iw'nAgiicI Co llondt, 7 icr cent
5 shares Wmme Co , tr 14a
II. UlEMFMscilNHlirK, iecretirv.
Ilaianl, Anihirnle, nlcrm-v, from Jnluil Pec.
Kinau, stm, King, from Ifilo andwiy Hrls...
HakakaLi, ch, Lnne, from I'epeekco "
1 nima, sch, from Koohti '
I ehut, slm, (.orcitzen, from Molokai and .Vliui "
Nellie .Merrill, sch.llrov.n-ll, from Lahaina. . "
All-train, Urn a s, Chesl rrom Svdncy.,
I walam, slm, Cnmeruii, from Kauai , .
. K. ",w,'Pi "avis, fromllam-ikin ..
il w. niitrrav.vm lik. Underwood, Iruni Sin
KenaSwe-iw), Am tern, ILiy, from llumliul.lt
Mokulu, stm, .McCrenor, from Koulau . .
Lityof b)dne, Am s., Dcailiorn, Irum San
I rancisco ,,
lames Makee, slm, I'reeunn, from Kauai
rohiiiki, K.h, from I'un-i..
I hukii, slIi, frui.i V ui ilua
Jennie, sell, from VVaini"
Annie Usricit, Am leni, Larsen, from I'ort
(lain! le . . . ,,,,
C O. Whilmore, Am l.k, Callinun, fn in lit
I ikelike, slut. Von Schmidt, from Ililo and wvy
I'lstcr, Sim, IUi;, friuii Kau, Kona and
Alameda, Ams.1, Mor--, f.rSai I'ranciseo . Dec.
Australia, lint 6 s, Clliest, for S.111 I rancisco...
Kllauei Hint. Sim. Sar. rnr K.iloil,,.. ...
Jennie, sch, fur Waiaiuc...
Ntilamanu. sell, lor Kohala.
I,ehua, slm, laaeiizcii, for Molokaiand liana
City of svdnej. Am s , DearUirn, for S)dne
Iwalani, stm, Cameron, for Kauai.. .
K mail, st m, K inz, for 1 1 1I0 and way pons.
1 mm 1, ich, for fvauai
Nellie Merrill, sell, llrownell, for l.ihaina.
Ka M01. sch, for IM-iuiiahoehoc.
Italcakala, sell, for rcpeikeo.
Kilakaua, lliwljk, Miller, for Kin Trancnco
C. K. Ihshop, slm, I) wis, for llamakua
Mokolii, sini, MclJrejor, for Koolau .,
Kawailanl. m.h, for Koolau
Wa11n.1t1.1lo. slm. Ntfltun. f.r VV'mninnl..
James lakec, stm, freeman, for Kauai .....
1 i niiiocii, nni uk navu, lor rsew Voik.
Merchant Vessels No-v In Port.
A.SNlh I apsen, Iirlen Am. leni
V.. CI. VtlllTMOKK, cillioun ......
I. C Mukkay, Underwood
I.KVA SwRAsbY, Kay
Mazatcan, Sander ..
SlAkTA-r, Lrossley .
W. 1; Irwin ltinur
.. Oer. bk.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports
IIostos, Am. bk.Lr.veos llarslow
Due, Jan. ro-ij. C. Urewer 4. Lo , ai-ents.
UkEsibN, Haw. bk. Kacb . . Kotlifosi
Due Dec ao-aj. II. Ilackfcld & Co., ai,eiil.
IlkBUtN, (ler bk. Si-ica llolliuan
Dua March as jo. Ilackfcld a. Co., aciitt.
Usui. of, Haw. bk. Iuuani . . .Uancls
Due Dec. l-lo II. Ilackfcld Cs Co., agents.
L'usTiiAur, II. I K. M S. KAsnovnik. .
CiCAMallv, Urn bk. IllRklAll .. ,, Wilt
lauding, O. VV Macfarlanc& Co . kgents.
Jacuit, Haw mJi Kacuna ... Lovell
Due now. A. K. CookE, aeut.
Kaiiucui, Am. bk. F. b. ltloiiruN Poller
LllKiosKje, Unt. ship Abi.hvstwitii Castce.. Harries
Dae Jail. 10-15 1. II. Dai Ui t Co., agents.
PoartiAlieeE, Am. sch. DokA IIluiim
Due Ike 15 au, II. Ilackfcld it Lo , acciiK.
I'okT (lAlllilk, Anc bklne. KllSAf Uublnsoa
Due Dec. 10-15. Ilackfcld a: Co., amenta.
San Iuancisco, o s.s.MAkiisisA.. .Howard
Due Dec. U. VV. O. Irwin a, Ca, agenls.
Uisacauv, Auubktne. KcikirAT .. Cutler
Due Dec. aj 10. HackUld i. Ca,, aKeliln.
Svuskv, Urn, tuik'aACANUtA Webber
Due, Dec, 9). Ilackfcld & Co., ACculs.
San IkANCIKCO, Unt s s. Ausiuacia Chest
Due, Dec at). Ilackfcld Lo., Aeciiis.
San I sanCiscii, Am. s.s. Acauuua Morse
Due, Dec aa. W. 1. train a; Lo., agents.
San laAhClscu, Am. tk I isinore. ....... JenVa
laoding Nov. aB. F. A. Sctiaeferft Co., asent..
San 1 rancisco, A U J, A. Kalunuuko.. Ooodniau
lia.liuir. Nm. S Cuhil j I',..!. A. ,,,
AU t'KANUsco, Am bktne, Discovkar .i'emuian
laudinf Nov 6. Ifackfekl h. Co., akmt.
AN raANCISCO, Aire sen. KOSARKI Swift
(lor KahuluiX Now due.
Irom Maui and Mulukae, r ladtua, Dcccnibrr 1
I Dallun, l'.Joius,S Kaal, V J llr) son.
I rum Laiciiiu, Kr Nettie Mcrnl, December I
A SI 1 00.I.
Irom Kahulut, r Kllauea I lou, Dcceudier 11.
Oomales, lather laxmor, (I Li Wall 0 N W lluja.
Irom Kauai and Niiliau, i IwaLnii, Dccsinber a
Mrs and Mim I'urvn. M11.11 litlne, llrtde, Slirluie,
lUley, Nl.aniin, MlwI. Kiclurd,, La Kiblnlj
Irom Windward 1'oits, ;r Kiiuiu, Decenibcri
Hon SOW ilder, C Afonif. h (1 Hilclxa.k, nK Lallon,
h Midler, Mr I I Noble, A Iiiill. J MwU, Il
Sjiuuler, Sam Caller, I, Ikll, W Unnalitdici, J I
Ioikm, J KlUllula), I' Spencer, Mrs MuliJeUen,
W II Corn well, Dr i II LikIcu W II llaiUillurn
son. I LanipUU J C While. D D iUIJ.in, Hk Hay
schlcn, Laps Uobouu, A Mclium, VV llit.uru, li Na
w.kou, J W Kelikoaarul Vfifr.
IromSanlrancta,, per l (.' Hurray, De.cuiUra
Mrs J SuunMiu, Mr Ilaulell, K S Sudlh. Laia II
lleny nn.1 wife, Mrs M r. alkk Bud son. Ceo A lu
bury, A Maray, Jno Iturke.
lor San Imuow.0, ir Au4rli.i, DercmWr a
L I Cliebsuiaii. I II Jailio, ijinirausa
Iroul Soulh Sea, per llalard, IkcsuiUr I lo "-'"-a
wumeiL, a chddisn.
(ruin San Irancuwu, r Lily iSsdncy, DeetwUr l
-LS Kyncrsl) and wu"e, Judje L Aid ulty and wlu.
audelnld, Miu Andrrsoil. J LiUand fanuly(io), I1
li.Uls, DJAderaiul wif. jn.lih,ll, I las (uirisuM,
K tkCvoaery, VV laibbcii. Mis Altulanand dauahlvr,
(III ISraie, AalUlait, KNordbolf, I lju,l.j., l 11
Hum, l.)oru, ALewaa. J M tlsb, II Cuchrane, A
I 'a"1, l Dk.kaoa , ,U CbUn. ' .
r or San Francjo, per Alimrda. I lecsiiubcr i -W O
If win. Saw I'arktr.A M Howe, klu, r" Howe, li lkel.
CW Moll, K K lluklsand i a, I' J Nolan, W J
lk.lm, S D LauiJ. Kau l)d, h laiucn, I. D Vkncy,
W McCouikII, JO lano,ii, ilr. t L IlKbardiui aril
a.,,. I.... II... t" SI ,..- II C k I (l ,.-
dauilucr, sIimC M Uortles, II hhdulcr, VVour Wa
Hy, Ah Ikiu. A Kanilaua, Si rrancfcco bnj wife
and ittUMicn. A Fraiais arvf osolher, VV II Kaod
and wife and son, K VV (iraruu. JMc I tnhM, J
jniao, W, Wood and wu, P UUsau, I, llMito,
L I iKibuia.
tueKahulul, per Kllauea llvu December l J M
Oar aiaJ uV. D Cost, M r. Kavan.
ror Maul. rr Ixhua. IScecubcr i 5lr Fitch, Cape
KobUoa, t Jouts, S VV Kaal, U Unua.
"V"',!' "T-ATf?S,"ii a1
I WKloe, MnwuliocaiklcluU.tlNttiVau
1 Un lucMgk, Mr UnJ , l JivLw. M
rue Kaaal, per Iwaksnl, leinbu -F I. WwlAe,
VV Kioe, Mrs Vvulwj ao.1 etuU.ll N VV uau, j HLuk
I Fir Maui ami Ifaaah per kinau, Decemr-er 4 Ills
I F ov I O IViminh and 1 rertanle, Ml a Hind, r tl
llttrh, :V Judge Austin, MrVhlllnR Mr Pokrantr,
.'kin (. HiVake I NaahL I Pllrflidar lil.
HI all, n. Mrltetenll. Mr I nlhrn. I l.nl. VI Nnnt
hIT, VV II llailr), Mr 1. Mr Lomwell, Ih- I II
fmters. I Har.trlll, 1 VIoHer, Mr Imhbeit, I)
M Kenrie, W I rrmaWihel, (i CampUII, II Ml ami
ife and t sons, MrKhMls, h I liaker, Fll llavsel
lor Auckland, per til of ''v-ilney, lleeemter 4
rill I tree, MrChvtkr, Mr Daker, I SnimswrfrtM, J
Itoffrmnt Askew, VV Itrodie, J M Mrraih, Mrs A
loWn, L MrDmMtalk
lor Wmame ) Kanal. pr Jas Maker, lleeemW
-Mllllin. N' Hock, ; Johtiwn, F I (,!, ude
nmna, t .laiuna, irvonraill. it r lllaue
Our tmpotH ate rrtntdnl
Hilt n -ear n.
Ptr 11 rrintisiot (r AUmftti, I cm' i-
.n Ilui ,1 r i..a.n.. r& nl m . a A
ly. ..li lugtr cane t 1914 lmchsuananav ; 6 las lielel
lenv(. il-imestic tllue srr.ria 94
lor San I ranciwt,, per Australia. DeeemUr f
JlMtkfSMigmr, ;,;iolt , jij Mis Innvnas do-
mewie value, ro,j5l.5.
MANN -Inlhrscitl, DecemUrslh, Suphle 1 Mann,
mcii s mos 17 iliys.
'Ihe subjeel of Mr. Cruian's fivc-niinulc
sermon to children hundiy morning vvill be,
"Do I llelong to Christ?" and of Ihe sermon
lo adults, "Using our Lives for Others." In
Ihe evening the regular monthly sermon lo
young people wilt have for lis llicme, "Ufc'i
1 he ollicers elect of Ihe M) rile lkial Clul
arc as follows t V. T. Mnnsarrat, president j
I.. A. Jones, vice president 1 A. M. Hrown,
secretary A. Uobcrlson, treasurer nnd A. W.
'Ihe Anglican stilcsjlnl Ihe reason for the
slowness of construction no the cathedral Is
attributed to "scarcity of real stnne cutleis in
Mr. I'urncaux vvill open a class in free hand
drawing at the V. M. C. A. lo night.
Tin: hit ir.u it nn.
he Gcrnnn Minister of War is making a
tour of inspection of the defenses in Alsace
Lorraine, and has ordered an increase in the
number of guns al Mctr.
China has Informed Trance that an attack
oil Ilicninh will be considered a -iris belli.
It is reported that French troops in Tonquin
arc suffering from d) scaler).
fiiorge 1'. Parsons, hie editor of the Sac
ramento Record Union still the best edited
newspipcr west of Ihe .Mississippi has an
nounced his belief in spiritualism.
The original trust deed of Shakespeare's
Hlack l'riirs' estate, with a hitherto unknown
family settlement of 1596, has been added to
die Shakespeare Museum, near llrighlon.
The Chinese Minister at Washington In
forms Sccrctar) l'relinghu) sen dial his Govern
ment is ready to meet Trance half-way in the
matter of compromising the Tonquin difficulty.
At the "Industrial Inhibition" recently
held in I'ordind, Oregon, die "Skidccate
(Lubricating) Oil" was serve-rely tested for
len da)s and pronounced by the judges : " die
fliest oil the) ever used."
The patrotngc nccorded Santa Clans'
Headquarters by the little folks and their
guardians has been very Haltering since the
recent opening.' Timber "opening" of
packing cases has to be of almost daily re-
" Ifatk. 1 the drummel's on his rounds.
How his lustry vuicc resoundil
lie will tell ou where Ihey sell
.itch a lot of good things, tell
Where the cheapest bargains he,
W here the finc.t vou nut) bu)
In most tilnhioHt po et r."
" The conqueror is regarded with awe ; Ihe
wise man commands our esteem ; but il is the
benevolent man who wins our affections."
Said the late lofessor Plato, of Alliens. 1 he
truly benevolent man is "he who makes two
blades of (edible) grass to grow where only one
grew- boforer." (A quotation iiopularlv
credited to the laic Dean Swift, bul attributed
by Sir Clans Spreckels lo the Itible). To
make two blades of sugar cans grow where
onl) one grew before, employ the Dillingham
plow, now-iii stock at Ihe store and several of
the corpulent warehouses of 11. T. Dillingham
There are only four nations in llie world to
lay that are paying llicir way. I'ngland
generally manages lo make ends meet and
show a Hiding surplus of $2,000,000 or
$3,000,000 to be applied to die reduction of
its enormous national debt j the United
States, in spite of congressional extravagance,
puts by nearly fifty times as much ; and Hoi-1
land and Helgium keep aliout cv cn. Indie
meanwhile Messrs. L)can S. Co. arc going
out of die toy business, al cost. And to get
nil of their large and taking slock ranging
from die drum-pla)ing rabbit to the mule
heeled savings' bank wilt keep open evenings
until New Years, lieginning next Monday.
"Down in Tama county last week a cat
was born witli two heads. It is lively and
healthy, and can )owl with one mouth and
waul witli die other. If Jhis breed of cats be
comes common it vvill just d the millennium
back almut four thousand years." Says the
Hutlinglon Hawke)e. To this the drummer
man sa) s s " The best w ay to secure the mil
lennium is to make the children happy," He
sa)i he is a father and knows how it is him
self. To give;) our children genuine nickel
plated, old gold, copper pastcded, shrimp-
pink, go-as. )oud-lK'lter.liclieve-I-know-how
sort of happiness visit M. J, T. Waterhouscs'
Whitnkcr's palcnt " Utile Jocke)s." As the
old Roman's had it 1 " Nufaiiuf."
San I'rancisco Wasp 1 "A school inistio
at Yrcka, while on her wa) to school was at
tacked by an infuriated steer. She seized the
animal by (lie horns and held him until help
came. I he neat day she saw a ral in Ihe
school room, when she hastily gathered her
skirts about her, jumped on a desk and yelled
murder.'' Several Honolulu ladies utteied ex.
chainalions this week 1 but not of alarm. It
was unanimous delight they voiced, in adtnita
lion of what Mr, Sproul of G, V, Macfarlane
,1- Co, was showing them. He had just
opened a small case of silver jevstlr), manu
factured In marvellous simulation of silver-set
diamonds. Hcsidcs its singularity of manu
facture, it Is of cxcrntrlc design, representing
birds, lluweis, Insects and animals moreover,
despite lis beauly and singularity, it is cheap.
"Xioas comes but us, a year."
bald lli sweclhcart lo funiwlf,
" I II u.iWk my laurded pelf
And tiy skill g'fl for my dear,
Having once- made up luVnind the )oung man
made a lice line for Dillingham's Knit street
ktore, " 1 want lo see some of that new
silverware," he said. The landsome, sad.
cyid clerk opened his crjslal cupboard and
showed a bewilderment of prctly things 1
cake baskets and nut IhiwIs on wec-lx, crackle
ware toilet sets, Ink stands, Ice pitchers,
lra)sanda "sinuous wriggle of etcetera"
as W'all Whitman haili it (hat would lake
a colum to tell about. The young man bought
his swi-cihcart a salad bowl of mythological
design and found it was so cheap I lul be weal
over llie street lo Koih's ami ordered a new
Aiilved at .Sydney, Novcinlf IJtli, Ihe Zca
aiklla, WcbUr, hence.
All parties desirous of securing the services of Portu
Riiese Contract laborers ttm'er the tinplees of the
lainl of Immigration, are Invited to Inform the I'resI
defit ef lb ttard. In writing, al as early a day as con
venient, of the numlier and data oflaWrrs they re
tuiie. CIIAS T r.UIICK,
MlnlMer of the Interior,
And President Hoard of !mmtraton,
Interior Ofme, November tt, lISj.
Unite of Superintendent ol Water Works,
llomiietti, July 1, itSi.
All rwrsons hiving Water Privileges are notified that
ilieir Warn Uatis are psval.le emi annu illy, In ad.
vance, al the office of Ih iuiitrlntenitenr of Walrr
Works, foi of Nuuannu street, nj.i the 1st day of
January ami July of each year C. II. WII.SON,
US If Sutintendnt Water Winks.
A Successful Itouwl A Successlul Ilou-el A sink
ing Instance of success tn a Itetid Dr) Ooadt' way it
afTonled hy Ihe Leading Milinery llouw of Chailes J
rlshel, corner I'ort and Hotel streets llie Proprietor
Mr. I Istiel hat acquired the art of holding custom An)
l)r tVsnlt House can, by fieely adrertl.lng. draw cut.
tomert, onre or twicej but to hold them, atd enjoy Iheir
confidence, cnllt for the eercie of tact and liberality.
(,oisUaniust lie marked ituwn nnd sold fur whit they
are. never niitreiresenl an article I hat It Ihe policy
ofChailetJ rlshel, and that policy hat made the firm
one of the greatest in us line, on the lea ling thorough
fare of Honolulu. The la-uling Mllhiirrr Store of
ChstletJ lischel, is to Honolulu what Macy'a It to
NewWk ChatlesJ. I ithet makel a clslly of Mil
luiery. 1ST 1 he store Is one of the slihtt of the cilv.
Ladies and (.enllemen viiiting San I rancisco will
find ver) desirable liirmshed Uoomt InSuit and Sin
glc al No. IJ7 .Montgumer) Si , Corner llu.h. Mrs.
T. Honev. formerlv of Honolutii.
QRAND CLOSING OUT SA1.E
l'.".V."v1 .rTtl.,J """ucl wns from t he CA 1. 1 1 () R N I A
fUKNIIUKh MANUKALTURI.Nd LOMI'A.NV,
or ban, 1 rancisco, 10 close out at auction the whole of
their Slock if
I will offer the same al public auction, by catalogue,
ATTHMR FUkNIrUPKHAnRROOSit, Ql'BKN STMRET,
Wednesday, Dooombnr 12th,
at 10 o'clock, a m.
llie sale It 1 positive one. 'I here will lie; no reserve
whatever on anvthiiiir l.vr.iK.n u..u 1.. .ni.i .A .c.
highest bidder. I his unusual opsirlunliy for bargains
will doubtless be avuled of by pirties slwul furnishing
or replrnishinst Iheir houses. Ihe rollowlni-Is a partial
list of olTcrin jt, namelj ,
II '. Vnrlor ,sJ,i,
U bolstered in Raw Silk and Silk I'lush,
I lec-int lied Lounges, in raw silk and silk 1 lush
Lart Lh irt, Carpet Rockett
On) a top, I bony, ood Gilt I ablet
I.lion) 1'liish lop lul let
I bony and (Jill Wall Cabinets.
I1L,CK WALNUT MAKIlt.i: TOP IIIUIROOM
consisting eich of
Washsland - TwoCliant
Rocker 1'nble an 1 1 owel Rack
lllack Walnut Rockers
II W Sewing Rockers
U VV and Ath I atensici Dining 1 aides
,,... Child'a 11 W CnU
tlook Shelves (Ash) Walnut Trimmed llediteads
II.W OlTice Desks, II W Hall Stands
with mirrors, laidies' II V Desks,
hnghsh Lotlage Lhairt, Oak Doug,
let Office Chairs, lknl Run Oak Lhairs,
Handsome Lbony Hanging Cabinets.
II, II". Illlirmim mui Jllrruf
llench I'lMe Mirrors
Oak High Cane Olhce Stools
lllack Walnut lea Toys
SIIKin-S AND PILIOW CASKS
K1IRRKA SIATTRASSKS. SfRINI. SIATTRAS1CS
Hair Pillow CedarWardroliet
terms of Sale Cash on delivery.
Catalogues aae now resdy, and goods mas be es
cted. E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
XALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
1 will oiler at public auction on
SAIUKUsY, DICFMIIER jtii,
al la o'clock, noon
At my Salesroom,
That Valnnhla Parcel of LAND.
fronting ujon the Oosernuient Road at Kahhl, contain
ing an area of I 59-loolhs acres, nnd nowoccuned lis
h. (I. Waller, I.Mi .
Wilh Ihe IIAMDSOMI
RI.SIDbNCt: and oilier Im
The Dwellim- lloifu.
Is almost new, tt thoroughly built at a cost of over asoou
wrui. h..c, ivo.,1), uih. sAiiuioriai.i. a seivants House
wnn two roomi 11 on the M as well at a catiiije house
ami stalls for three horses.
i. I'. A It A JIM,
THE LARGE AND VALABLE LOT OF
adjoining the above premises of Mr. Waller
an area of 6 77-1001 hs accrt,
Will be sold upon the Sain Day,
Immediately after Hi Sate of the House,
J M. Davihsoh, Attorney.
Ji. i: A HAMS, Auctioneer.
On SUURDAV l.Vr.NINC, nucaini ijtii,
at 7 r.u ,
At the Store of
E. P. ADAMSrAuellor. .
or Ala. suss
(inciudiuj cluldrtu'a Cuts)
.tmlul price from $0 lo $1 Oi-pleem
ate now un eshibulon at lb Irou Store of
II. HACK! KI.D k CO'
STYLLS of aCuita.ut, Uiabrsssstdus and
is; yow can SUvst )uul cboiia al A, N.
10a Hucl tercet. rsa
(SHUSHED STRAWHI.KKV, Ttrra Lena, and
s all catgrr sKades of PIuims, you, will fiuj al A
iMLLI.JS', 104 lull uiMt. iji
NEVVKkT STVLrsS AKHifflC TVPK AND
hiariurvery, Wtsldusga, ivds, IkslU, Pro
grain asca. caacreasiinscijet. tic. ate. CLaaslamhr Lwia
rccaitcd ajwl eeuicwur wiUrs Cur same priatttetya.
cured. M Ike eaaea eTllus Pafer, Nts. 6 KaiVianii
BKOCAHEli PLUbllfciv all tksdet, osi'svsH iss,
l A. M. UtU-lls' soaFv-tssesea. is.
JEASE Or PADDOCK
On lahinlny, Drrcmhrr tfl'n,,
at ll o'clock, noon,
Ar sir SursaooM, I ;il offer a LEASH for J years
1 9 nud 9a-l(H)th Acrrw of lVrnnl,
I)lng Wlwteu the Oahu College premises and the
tamd of Mr Marque.
a" IT llie land it suitalle for PaMure, Isenckiwil l.y
sne wall and ire fence ami Is well ginw n w Ilh Algrroli
.' '. .11.1.11, .Inrlonrri.
DEGUIjAR CASH SAI.P.
IIIISHAV, SAIUKDW, DICI.MIIIR ,
at 10 a m ,
hats ANn ears,
fAkcv noons ami raasn oaotf ains.
INK II O S R
J'. .lOIJfV, '
I llave received Intlructiont from
FIII.I.KS A CO, IORT STRPKT,
TIM) (111 III STM. IS AlWriOftlAt.KS,
AT TIIRIR STORK
Satnnlajr Erenlns, December 22ml.
at 7 o'clock, p m,
Monday Evening, Doeember 24th,
at the same hour.
tf I OOK OUT TOR HAROAINS.
E. P. ADAMS
At the residence of RnniiRT SriRLiKa,. I.sq , Here
lanla Street, nest lo Henry May, l.. ,
Tuit,liii,Jlreembrr It, 1SS.1,
at to a m.
I w ill offer, on account of departure,
The Entire IHonaehold Furniture
In 1 art as follows, vh,
Handsosir Urmr.iiT COTTAOC PIANO,
(lion trame) In fine ordei,
Cenler Table and Cover, V halnot
Wicker Rocker, Sofa laiunge, Ash Rocker
Koa Side 1 able, llrackets, II W Chairs
Kos Dining Table, Sideboard ,
Msled Ware, Knives, Folks
Table and 'lea Spoons, Fish Knives
Cut 'I llmhlers
Oak Clialrt, Iledtleadl
Itureaua, Mirrors, a Wardrobes
Meat Safe, Haili 'tub, Rublier Hose
Matlresset, Pillow,, Coterlets, tllankclt, Red Linen,
Stove un.1 Kilchen Ware, I'tc, Lie.
K. 1'. ADAMS,
piRST CHRISTMAS SALE,.
II V T P. ADAMS,
f'ritlny Keening, lleeimbtr 14,
at 7 r.x shatp,
HANDSOME XMAS GOODS,
At purchaser's price
An assortment of the
ciioicnsr velvet ruos and carpets
of handsome design.
We Call particular attenlton to these i-oo.lt at ihev
arecf un exceedingly fine qualily rarely Imported to
suit iiiaiRei. r
I aucy Patterns,
(lold and Silver Watches
Watch Chains ' s
Sleeve llultons, etc., etc.
CARVED SiONE CHINLSE CURIOS AND
Very quaint and picturetsine,
A tiarticufaily Choice Assortment of
UNE JKWLI.RV, "
including aome Diamonds, In Ringt and Ilroocbet,
A laigeaatotlluenl of
Porcelain and llohernian Lamp Stands
Decorated Mower Pols
China Cupt and Saucers
Cut (.lass Waie.
rihK rAitrrsu vasis, auuui, ktc
far N.ll Particular attention paid to tha corn for I
K. I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
ata vox toy.
Will l told under Instructions from llie Mortgagaet
' and Owners, ante salesroom of ll.e undcincntd,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 10TH,
AT It 0CL0CK MOON, TH .
KNOWN AS T. J. IIAVSELDEN CO.'S
Situalt at Kbhala, llawalk
'llie lropartyrontliit of aboul S4 Anvs U Land all or
Laatchotd Csf which 400 acre ar Cane Land and rta pi x
Acres Pasture, held al rentals mosilUUlJ in tU whole Sj li
la $t,uaypcraonuin. f"
Till. CROPS CONSIST OK W'A
SS acrtu U KaIuthm rJsvJ)r la turn vfl
40 wrttuf TssMitig tmiMAtt, g nuAtth cJ4 '
sjtfsurstfuf tUiiiauM 14 iosji am Utl
t VO Acru youttic 4uii A(Hf. 14
ThlscaAels idanlcd uuua liliaiTlai aihulinr
pLsntera bruiT eutulaet III enedulf of ssssa saralese.
) bu4 worklaa; tuta, Isontt,
Hows, haiiows and caber feneirsj iastaasasje,
, Wadoni, 4c, ac, at, T
fOUK HOUlsKS ton I.AHOKKK8,
For fartW lestsfiilirt afssSr to
E. P. AIM We,
OrleEstVd Piasssm, M fit asms, Att'l