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4 vN"!" I 1113 N. N" I 'KI'.SH vcrimU few minuus later that young nun
itade fourth l the strange gaming of which
ADVIIIsTISINO HATBS IJJ PRIIBS
Mratnrtd In Imhtt Pull enliiTin rf Saturday
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I tt R rirtrwenl
lH4 Mfl fjtt'UJtTtml fUr,
ni t new iivmi mm i .am
are i i mutltivt ltHIWMtfc
Uw rat, wrtlrr,
All ll rtvwitwifit win I t)Haei4vt twmtilv,
44 -lil tMrr) UtMmHHla
All fa-vM MnrtlWmnnu attnl MwamwiiiM with
lln i.y wrSe rwtil hii lWt will w taken rf
I',, IKurniM or rtarcM r " In Iht rww
I ' ! r4t1rii ratten fitf HAttcvvt vmvflrtn 4 t.tmw
ittf hi, tr tttVntnftM rimy Mnwlf t) hunt l-lll
i m ,.r jwauI iiiiwwyimlevw.
Puhlltallon eTIet It l ' Merchant atrtti i Hit.
Iniul roiml l no I'ofl trttl
Siilnciltitrt ami Ailvttllier "HI pit ait mbtrttt,
TIIOS 0 TllttUM, PnMlil.tr ami Prnrvrlttor.
AH ntalltr Ut Hit Saturday Prttt tlimil.l b
tiUitOtJ lo the "SVnJUilAY PitUSS,"
Motletol any tvtnti nMnterttt Iranaplrliig en
Hit olhnr lUnJ will always In thankfully received
' ' "Ami tgalntt those stakes will
ynti wngtr llimtMfiilih puts of iwr own trml
leti nt Mtuint lint II reprMcnit 400 Mrti
we nte literal, plr nnii"
'I1i )finn nun ,it my "lull, lr nilrr( Vttn
fmliiinl" Mu.lcnl Mmil lie wlm lml.lnli nit
f llie rlnir Kwnrr Ihi In llif &ny nf
unfnilnriililr mlf riwton ttd.l Klftn t It cur
nlttth UU'lt llih iVMiallnn p,Hl.
4 4 4 4 4 4
ll mi 1 rikik nUhi. I)in from the ll
tCpl lilt rirhatl irmlrt, ocatce rliKUol tn
for a imfinfiil liy (lit iiihm of InUrrrpllnn
Irrwi, llil limwl high lnwar.lt the rJUCeil
elnwli tliflr iMf'rlvl mint. I tlno.1 u ii.lt r
wlmlnw In llie wing nf my torlty (iuatn(
ntt' iBtdlrtKC i l.ictwl an limn nj mhl
nllthl nl lli iiIrIi! t Clithlmit tve.
Ilefftr me iturfil th imtl llle tiunU of,
lall miuln lit ul(Hy ttitnml rot almvc n
ni((m wlmlnw finni wliltli tlrr-tmcil 11 falni 1
r III! I, fit Mt',11
Mr. flutter' t nlurr nl Hitllhl.
HorMilulii Iml ncr llltr riimniijr
llian lli nrnl In ItMlfy lo llit tlnctrlljr nf
cereln nf In iirofMtltKW. Phut lnt lnnmt
lint ami latt, it jrrU ilttl of mtlir nlrwl llir
itllljr of llrninliiln iiinIi Ortalnljr IliN
imtier HIWt mtjtittllitit Meat hil In l
Mltn an norm afltrliefnt WM that the animal
It I hid trjrettjr Itfi It Irtfnrelt 4t ntr-ttanry
tntniil)' artlfrttil li(i,lMnVfr) ll fcnin llrfii
Ihwi. It wm frvunil tiy rtntrlnitnl llial Itrrii
lnt( mini In lr tliMli wat (iwHfliclrnt miil)
lo chill the Inrf liulilf lUinpnnM r.f llm Ice
rhett lul tiling lli ilennjr wlihli I he "1I1I
mMiil In ittrrt. It w.i nf conn Ittiimn litrr?,
In.i Cfhftnl nay, that thrie Mtr niliricl.1l
I'lrwcHrt nf rfhiUny nnil irerln(; iiifjI fur
Mial ilji Aint Urn ifrli;t.inr hail luen
Inlknl of nnil hoptnl for at leait ,1 )rai Ixfnrr
Mr. Waller twiV the rrfilRtrnlnr n hy the
hornt ami dlil htl the (8i uf the etumnimll)
hail hern merely lalUIng aUnil
Ou'lhefiitl ilay (if Nureniher Mr. Waller
ytlliiwlth IIrIiI, iliu phyetl uhottly ptankt , liegjn to anpply thllleil meal from lilt new re
mnng the .ipltIe4et nu.l Rllnlol iiion the
ytllnlii; fruit .
t hail heeii a teltKrapli cllmher In niy yuulli,
anil knew that my heelt hail not forgot thtlr
eunnlnj! I (nil carefully pleil my timet
f..r pnMlatiltM. Cnrretpomlr nt ar ranutilt to " rewltcil to attempt the ptilloiit cllmh, al
anprntil llitlr Irnt namtt t all enmmnnleallmn. any rltk. Slowly anil noltelcwly I ntcenileil
not tot puMleMlOA ntettarlly, Iml at a Riiai.nltt unln my ey were ,n)m, 0 eve w,, ,),,.
wln.low till, ami then t cut, ullli my tlrouir
DncnMliHiTt), 1M4 c1a'P 1nl''e ,,MI' HiJteli In the Hill Him I
mink, firmly iltuM there, llfllni; my lm.y In
Dial tht writer It actinic In too I faith
Mr. . A. Mlttmin hat unJtrlilnn Ihi
Mucin fr ii.itttiHmvuli in Tht twifMii
Anmnl aiiit )Vir ?! fir liSj. Ah ll'fir
riim n-itl oh irmiv .iSivrttiimnti for Iht
fcrHfiy I'i-tu unit Memini Guilt.
"A llrpnirtrr'i .Mnr.'
ll . y)vi 11 hvi )
(S'ora In llit Ul niimtar, llx la.l fart of Ilia ln.
Unr "1I1.1 nlrlil t!ti undir ', roof I ami
tbt nl(M, for lh fun lima In hli life, r4aycil canlt for
Mali i,M ttioiitJ rtad "Anil, far Iht fuit llmt, nty
portly aciiulntanr (ihytl eardi for tuVt.")
A the ilour npeneit the lioit half rote frnm
hit chair, i If to Intercept the inlrmtcr, then,
uilh il tilppretteil encUmntlun, Kink litnk Into
hit chair. The other plajcr lonkeil ttcullly
Into the jounc ghl't face. The t;itl'c)c
droppeil under the caret hut she patted to her
' tide, anilwltha faint, "I licg your
pardon," and a "-HrM Inclination of her liclJ
towardt the other player nhltpered a few
wordt to her- who role Inttantly and patted
nut of the room. The voting i;lil atar'ted to
follow 1 hut at arettcd hy an Imputa; Impnv
tilde accurately to iletcilbe, )cl uhicli had the
ctTtct of cautlnc her to turn towardt the ptr
ton who remained in the room.
Although, ni I said, il it impossible to ilc
serdie the Impulte, pail tentalion, part volition,
which impjlled, nay ip:lltil the young girl
to linn towards the nun whom I hac so ini.
peifcctly detcribed y;t snmc description if
not analjtlt of the impulse is necessary lo
even pjillil unilentandlng of what follows.
It teemed to the girl as if she saw, without
looking, the glittering, steel-gray eyes of him
who tat on the other tide of the large I.011 ttblc
at which the two had been plaing. The ccs
were fitcd, Impassive, expressionless, ct com
pelling .iiteitlot by th:ir very directness.
She turned and looked him full In the
face her look was the dauntless challenge
of maidenhood. Hut the steel-gray eyes that
met her own lllnehcd not. An 1 then, though
the man's lips moved not, and she was uncon
scious of audible speech, she heard sound
less wordt like the ghostly phrasing of a
thought that formed themselves into a sen
tence and bade her sit. Then came a moment
of awful stnijK r-hort as the compressed
conflict of a dream, sharp as the awful agony
of drowning, vivid nt the awakening on a
battle field. The voung rScl's hand touched
the back of the chair befoie her. She recoiled
as if the wooden curve bad been white hut iron.
She still held In her right hand the small
lamp she had brought. As she sprang back
ward her right aim, thrown out involuntarily
to help her balance, struck the fragile lamp
gainst the heavy door, half ahr. The next
moment they were in darkness; the candles
had been put out, simultaneously with the first
opening of the door, Without a sound she
fell to the floor, fainting with terror.
When the yoang girl recovered conscious
ness she sat In the chair from w hich she had
so unaccountably reroiled. -At her left sat .
Opposite her sat .All three held cards.
Thegame wasdraw poker agame she had
previously known nothing of except oy its
name. Vet she found herself actmg by some
occult, psychic agency, at if she knew the
details of the game to their ultimate letter.
" You play a good game," her -said.
"I am proud of j 011."
She would have answered him : but words
failed her. She thought to fling away the
cards she held. Uut the muscles refused to
obey her will, A terrible numbness In the
heart, this strange dumbness upon her lips.
She could only pant and pray.
"Solar, so good. Your -understands the
game as well asvou, We will now phy our
usual sttkes, you and I. Our currency is not
ciaclly bi-metallic, Madam " (went on -,
addressing the young grl,) but it Is none the
less Interchangeable, lam wagering thousandth
ounces of m) brain, against thousandth-ounces
of your 's heart. We shall settle our
bets at Chrlstmis. t have estimated, modestly
as you will I trust admit, that my brain
weighs only 57 ounces ; while I have estimated
your uncle's heart to weigh 109 ounces.
So you see his capital is nearly double mine.
In admitting vou Into the game, we have of
course decided not to accept as stakes cither
your heart or vour brain a woman's heart
belbg the most fragile of earthly commodities,
and wemen brains being absolutely without
market value. liar, if)ou are willing to risk
your crowning glory, jour beautiful mil brown
hair, )ou may play thousandth-Inches against
thoaiandlh-ou i:es of your ' licait and my
Was there ever hcaid a more grewsome
speech Irum moital lips ?- Were they mortal
Mutely the joang girl bowed. Mutely the
j-troe went on with varying fortune yet
with the one terrible tenJsncy Ihe ultimate
Pithinia, nmth liter, at the three sat a
their nearly silent game, the heavy stillness of
the loom was broken by the sjund of a name
the Christian name of the gill who made the
third of that strange trio, '
The bUI's face Hashed pInk,iose, eriovon
then paled at swiftly. Then, she turned to her
ulleously. as(lf she fain' would speak, jet
Mechanically the lips of her opened,
"Go," he said.
" No,1' said the low, metallic, yet tunable
voice of " I will bring him to you,"
The younj girl's slender hand lay on Ihe
table, listless. On the bare, white lounded
wrist an Impious mosquito banqueted. The
lean finger of poised a moment ihen
cnithrd the Insect, dying the white wrist with
Its own sub-cutaneous caiinlne. An Imperial
bowei lay on one edge of the table, He
picucd one while Cornel upon the blood,
itncarcd wrist) and flung the card out Into the
lUI'lil night. It fljllcied aud fell, brushing
tb upturned face ofa young man who was
tilling away from out ,01 tht doors of a tide
ihe detlrrd level, and then peeird Into Ihe
room. I shall never forget that icmc. The
young girl faced Ihe window to her rlghl, niy
filend, her loer sto her lift, her . In front
of the window ant , On Ihe table helore
him were thiec little heaps of paper. I could
not sec hit face.
I ssw him nnVe a rapid calculation, pencil-
. ling on one while curner of in Imperial bower,
on which wis ii smear, as if of blood. Then
he turned to each and asked, In a tone whose
levllith depth of millcioutness I hope never
to hear repealed 1 "Are lou satisfied with
the count ?
" Thin fay mi ith.it yen eiit i "
A sudden gutty swirl cime up
south. The trades had yielded to
I'hc clouds broke, and ihe half moon, stringely
blight, jet ghaiilyhued at if pile in death'
honor, shone full upon the quivering papaio
and into tint awful room. The form of
leiued forward The young girl's face
was pressed ngilntt her folded arms that lay
upon the table. Her glossy tresses lay, a 11 ut
brown shadow, upon the shining kou. In
's hand vva a glittering knife, On the face of
the oung girl's 1 look of tony horror ; on
that of her lover, unutterable agony.
Just thtn another and a fi-rc-r gust shook
the shivering trunk of the papsio. I hid
cleft ll loo deeply. It swajeil and fell,
crashing forward against th: window. In
voluntarily I caught with each hand one of
the brittle stems above my head. The action
gave the crashing form the rude semblance of
.t cross. Its ahulow fell upon the table at
the glitlcring knile of poised above
the young girl's head. A cry of ihrllling
meaning burst from the arch gimbler's throit.
Oh, the indeserilnblc, luflbd devihshncss of
that cry S
" Tht trotil Tht ticsil"
limited and bleeding, I fell across the
window sill. The strong arms of my portly
acquaintance dragged 111c Into the room.
The joung girl had falnlcd ; but ihe arms
of my student friend upheld her.
The caudles smoked yet-burned not In the sil
ver candelabrum. Hut though ihe strong bright
ness of the hall moon ilooded the little room
the uncanny presence of had gone
from It forever.
Honolulu, December 2, 1SS4.
filrumr of whkh the following description It,
In meagre detail, a faithful one though Iht
wrllcr't adme Id ihe Inlelligenlly ctirlom, pur-
llrulailj among melt Imyeri, It lo villi Mr,
Waller's Kalllil tvulliilnnnil, at B a, 11., am
sec It In DpciAllon for ihenittlvet.
The chilling house contltls nf three apart
mcnti, ench of which It eiifatnl by itnohlr
walls, celling and floor filled by rice (luff, a 1
ihe 11011 conducting ni.vicil.1li each aintlmcnt
being closed hy a door of Ihe same ihlckiirM
at lite wullt, ceilings anil Hours, rendering Ihu
coinpartmcnlt hcnnelicitlly light or liracll
eally so. Of Ihe ihteo conipatlinents, nn outer
one, callnl the inrrh. It 15 x 7 7 feel. In
this cumpirlmcnt Ihe inrnt It fust rccilvid and
Ihcntransfercil to the storing conipiitinerits,
two In itiitnlicr, each being 19x7x0 feel;
only one of litem being at pretuil used, The
storage capacity of each room it lb beeves and
36 sheep, with available space for nny onllinr
illy neccttary tuppl) of xiullty nr fjinic-. IJach
of the three toontt it floored with rinc which
forms a skirling around the walliof all three
to the height of 18 inches.
The method hy which the meat Is chilled Is
one whose praclicil working It not generally
understood as nny one himtef informed may
easily discover by inquiry among h!s friends.
The general idea of n refrigerator teems lo be
I h.n ii is a big Ice house, In which cold air Is
produced by Immcdhle contact wilh Ice, A
grallo hewn out of nn Iceberg vvould idcallre
the popular conception of the right sort of re
frigerator. Hut Mr. Waller's Kalihl refrigera
tor has never had a pound of ice In it, and
prolnbly never will have. It Is chilled by cold
iliy air; and Ihe dryness Is an essential W lire
success of the 'process.
At Ihe risk of Ihe supcrclllious sniffing of
thos: learned people who know all almul aril
ficiil refrigeration, the writer makes Ihe fol
lowing quotations from a pamphlet Issued by
the Ilell-Culcman Mechanical Refrigeration
Compmy of Glasgow and London. The pam
phlet In question was issued as nn avcrtiscnicnt
of the company's machines; one ol which is
used on the Alimcda (or the Mariposa) and
one by Mr. Waller at Kalihl,
When the llcll-Coleman Company first
designed nuchincry for the American meat
traffic, observations were conducted in a cold
chamber, ol about 15,000 cubic feet capacity,
by working machinery on land comm.iously
for six weeks, during which time fish, meat,
and such fruits as peaches, were submitted to
the cold air produced by these midlines. A
large number of obicrvations were made in this
chamber with wut and dry bulb hjgromctcrs,
which showed that the drjness of the air could
be regulated lo Ihe utmost nicely by their pro
cess, so as to insaro a thin protective dry sk'ii:
upon tnc meat, flsii, nr mm wimoui tiic Jutco
of the interior being affected.
"Since then 51,000,000 lbs. weight have
been brought across the Atlantic by aid of
these machines, each carcass, or patt of car
cass, being wrapped up in calico, which, on
arrival in port, has been lound to be invariably
so dry as to be readily ignited by the applica
tion of n light. Australian meal is frequently
wet on the surface when exposed by the
butchers for sale; but this is owing to the cold
meat, fresh from the ship, condensing the
invisible vapor which the atmosphere contains,
just as dew is deposited on n bright summer
da) on the exterior surface of a tumbler filled
with cold spring water. The deposition of
this humidity can, however, be prevented by
allowing the meat gradually to attain, as
nearly as possible, the temperature of the at'
mospherc before taking it olTlhc ship,
" In many cases the reason of the Hell-Cole
man machines being adopted has not been so
much on account of their producing cold more
economically than can bu done by the use of
ice, as on account of the uniform degree of
drjncssof the air supplied by the machines,
which prevents the carcases getting moist ami
flabby during the process of cooling. It should
be understood, in connection with this subject,
that atmospheric air suitable for Ihe prc.crva
lion of food docs not require to be absolutely
dry such air causes the food to become desic
cited, and to lose seriously in weight and
flavor. The air of Europe has generally about
75 percent, humidity, and a difference of a
few degrees between the wet and diy bulbs of
a hjgromctcr, uniformly maintained, Is belter
for commercial purposes than an extreme
degree of dryness.
"An attentive consideration of the matter
upon general principles leads to the following
" That atmospheric air Is really not air
alone, but a mixture of aqueous vapor and air.
and that when such mixture is compressed
Into pipes surrounded externally by water of
the same temperature as ihe air before com
presslon, the invisible vapor of the air becomes
condensed In the direct ratio of the com
pression, in virtue of the taw of physics demon
tlrated by Dalton, and expressed by the state-
(Tit that a cubic foot of air in contact wilh
water contains exactly the same weight of
vapor, whatever might be the density of the
air. If the density it increased, the vapor
liquefies If il Is diminished, water evaporates
into the air.
"That every poand of vapor unnecessarily
condensed liberates as much heat as would
raise about four thousand limes its weight of
air I drg. Kahr., and (hat air absolutely dry It
a condition that would abstract the fluids of
animal tissue, and Jndccd Is a phenomenon
unknown in nature, the degree of humidity
being generally over 50 de;., even In what is,
In common parlance, called dry air."
Some of the machines used on the great
meal carrying steamers plying between the
United plates, New '.calami, Australia and
England have a capacity of 150,000 cubic feci
p;r hour. The rcachine used by the Alameda
(ur Mariposa) 10,003 cubic feet, that It) use by
Mr. Waller 6,003 cubic feel.
Mr. Waller's engine U generally run at less
than its full capacity, supplying 5,000 cubic
feet of cold dry air each hour. It runs only
about 6 hours a day, ai follows 1 The cattle
and sheep are killed every night between 3 and
7 A.M. At 8 A.U. that meat which Ii to be
chilled goes into one of the refrigerator rooms.
The machine then woiks continnusly for 4
hours. At 8 r.M., th: meat tent to market ll
innovcd 1 and Ihe midline works 1 hours to
Mr. J. II. Paly U prctident elect of tht rcolace wilh cold ah the warmer air admitted
IHlavva sugar toropany, and Mr. T. R. t-o- ttaite themtat is remoud. The amount of
lei a director. Uit, sheep and vetl stored It so regulated thai
. 1 . . . , . ,1
no meat it taken 11111 iinui 11 im necn m icn
J'l ila) in Ihe tifrlge raior A il It taken mil at
8 ' 11 , and nti of 11 It not ealen Until dinner
time nf the following day, the lefilgnalor
roitn.nl Iratt, arc fully Jf dayt old,
'I he air of the tlorage room nf the rtfrlgera
tor It le'pt at nearly at possible at almul two
drgiMt ntmve III frwnng niln. ll would be
pmlUe with the llll-( olcmnn machine to
flttre int.tt toll.l, and that Is tin! very way II
It raided aerfrtt Ihe AllaiJIc, tnd from Auttra
Ila lo I'.nglsnd. Hut fretting It not necessary
here, and requite Itirrraied nwcr, and nf
cnutie mor fuel 'I lit re Is difficult y lo keep fro
eniiiritiirileltlslhawrilslowly,r.iplillliawinR inakttthe fiurrn meat clnnmy,and It found bcl
ter nol in keep refrlgtralnr mtat lnlcetliisls,at
any ilampunt caiitet ll to taint rapidly whlle.if
kept diy, refrigerator meal It good for several
hours longer nflcr coming from the store than
ficth meat fruin ihe shop, One secret of the
prrwrvallon seeuu lo tin artificial cooling be
f.ire the damp outside air has had a chance In
l piirsenl, all Ihe inrnt iiipplted to families
from the MclmiKilltnn Mukct on King tlrcet
it refrigerator .chilled -looo pounds a day be
Ing supplied. At Mr. Waller's oilier markets,
chilled meat can be had, If railed far If nol
ileunndeil Ihe oilier sort is sold. So for the
ilemind list justified Mr. Waller's belief that
Ihe want to often cxptrtscd by the public was a
lc.il one although the venture Is hy no meant
a paying one at yet. The outlay - In building!
anil in.1cI1lnery-li.1s been very heavy. To officl
Ihlt Increased outlay,thrrclt far letsloit by spoil.
Ing and, nn the other hand, greater economy In
Culling -Ihe Increased firmness nf Ihe chilled
meat miking It possible lo cut lo greater ad
vantage and wilh hr less waste. As the de
mind Increases, and appircntly It it Increasing,
Ihe second stone mom will also be used for
chilling meat. No ctlra charge Ins so far
been made for the (billed mcil 1 and If Mr
Waller's enterprise Is substantially appreciated
no extra charge will be made though, If such
exln charge were found necessary, there can
be little doubt that npprtrlallve htijer would
rather pay it than return Ihcrn to their tot;gy
mullniinnd their flabby beef. It Is sincerely lobe
hothat Ihe "new ilcporliirn" will be so gratefully
patronized lint its financial as well as its scien
tific and hjgenlc success will be assured,
I4 MIVI -HO HI lllll II eUOII H 'Mtl'l lJ '.. M I, , ,- , , U ..I I (!.
, , ,, ,, ,,, , ... I Whltrnck, II. II, Hmltliand wf, I, llrllat,
ifcltd. riieciH.peralmiiriflliego.nnii.rnl with ,. K,mIrj w, ahnow, M, M, Taylor, 1 1,
Next I'riilay afternoon and evening, the 12II1
Instant, the long-projected, long-expected filr
In aid of the building fund of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, now construct, wilt be held In the
Y. M. C. A. building. In the main halt will
he fancy tables; under chirge of Queen Kapio
lani, Queen l.'mnia, Princess I.ikchke, Mrs.
Willis, Mrs. Wallice, Mrs. Mackintosh, Mrs.
T 1 1. Davles, Mis. T. K, Walker, Mrs, T,
May, Mrs. (5. I). Krcelb, Mrs. J. Allau, Mrs.
J. W. Robertson and Miss Grace Robertson.
In Ihe hall, also, will b; .1 children's table, In
charge of Mrs, Mist and Mrs. Dowsett ; a
candy table, kept by Miss Mist and Miss
Green ; a flower stand, by Miss Widernann,
There "vlll be on ihe first floor a refreshment
mini managed by Mcsdames Covington,
Fuller, Robinson, Ilarnard, Allen, Shepherd
and Miss Harm ; a lemonade stand, whose
tlebc will be Miss Luce; and a tabic at
which Miss Maud Kelly and Miss Kate Mcln
lyre will sell plum puddings prepared by the
fair hands of some of Old Albion's fairest and
most skillful matrons. The fair is to help a
worthy object, and deserves (and will doubt
less merit) the patronage of the entire com
munity. Last Monday evening, in Kort Street Church,
Miss Marion Robertson and Mr. Herbert Aus
tin gave "hostages to fortune," the Rev, J,
A. Cruzan aiding and abetting. The recep
tion at the residence of the bride groom s un
HofiotrUi, December 6, 1M4
Pis arrlnl an I dtpltture nn Monday and
Tuesday nf two foreign and four Inlrr-lthnd
strainers canted such a silr and butlle In town
that l Seemed at though tradelnd really re
vived, but we find the mmplalnt ol dull timet
It tery general from all the wholrtale inerch
a hi 1.
Amongtl Kl.vllrrt, the near ptoiptd has Im
puted a cheerful look In til who deal in aril
cltt desirable for thai season, and we trust all
their hopet may lie lealirrd. We nolle
number nf evening taltt are advertised for llit
'I he principle topic In rnmmerclat r Ircles has
been lh new "OoM Law" which went Inlo
operation on lite ttt Instant and which thus far
has met wilh as llllle friction as could lie ts
llteinercliinli In, giving mutual aldlo carry nut
Iheliw successfully, we trust will be an ac
The principal Inulncvi tvorllon nl Honolulu
at pretenl it mf the square of Nuuamr, lintel,
Maunikea and King streets nccupleaj by our
Chinese friends. Imliitirnus, pushing, per
sistent, they appear In bo tht timing Jitor t
ljwili nil. And we must look this fact In
the face and prepare for It, Wc have already
IKiInled out Ihe peril to while tradeis. Who
will suggest a method by which the peril may
A avcrled '
8ATUMIAY, Nov, 29 -Slmr
I.lkcllkc from Maul and Moloktl,
birnr Kaplolanl from Kwa,
Stnir Waimanalo from Walmantlo,
,'ich Nellie Merrill frnm Lahaina,
Kch Kiiinn from Walalua.
Slmr Klnati from Hawaii A Maul,
Sch Josephine from L'wa,
Sell llalrakalafroin I'cpeckco.
SOHfiAV, Nov, jo
Am bktne Kitsap from Port Gamble
hell .Mai1uokjw.1i irum K'loiau
Sell tvnuliwahi from llamlel
Movjiisy, Dec. I
Am bk Hope "
Kch Rob Hoy from Koolau
Tukji.av Dec 2
Scli Rainbow frnm Koolau,
P M S S Australia from San I'rancisco,
Am bglne C'onsiielo from San I'rancisco,
Wkdnp.SI.aV December J.
Slmr James .Ifekcc from Walalua it Kauai
Slmr Kaplolanl frnm l'wa
TllUHSIiAY, Dec 4.
Slmr Iwalinl, from Hamakua.
Sch Josephine from liwa,
Sch Kaw.ill.iul fioiu Kauai and Koolau.
Ilk C. O. Whilmore fiom Port Townsend
Friday December 5.
Slmr Kapiolinl from l'wa
Sch Kaplolanl from Walnae
Sch Nettie Merrill from Lahaina
Am hklnc Khkitat
Am bktne Lureka
Saturday December 0,
Slmr Likclikc from Maui
Sch I.cahi from Hawaii
Sch Waiehu from Vtaimea, Kauai
Sch Rob Roy from Koolau
Sch Sarah and Eliza fiom Koolau,
Sell Manuokawai from Koolau,
Sch Josephine fiom Uwa.
I ! IMHMIIUfl,
I I rom KainltKr slmr James MaVee Wednrt
ilay Un J .Miss lavlrt.
From Hamakua and Maul per twalanl, Dc
4- Father 'I hnxtorc, Mrs IJIerri lUny and to
From San I'runeltto tier Australia, Dec i
Mr and Mis W It llaglry, Mrs lltYJrH, Mln
From San I'rrwcitro er Am bllne ISurelra,
Friday Dec. J S llrey, John teuton, Mrt l
Hiker, Mitt I. Ili-aliy ami ( hat iirtlad.
From Maul per ilmr LlkrllVr, Dt. J.
Haiiiwln, ,N linforil, Mrs
llaolm, II I
A Thursion, W F lolmttone. Cat heart ami
friend and 171 dwk
From Mnil, Kons and Kan per W, (. Hall
Nov, 11) -A H (.'leghorn, J A Buck and on,M
(irrenlnldl, J Hack, II (.rnltr, Mn A Olson,
W H ikllanil59ileck.
From Molokal and Mini. pr Hlmr Llkrllke.
Nnrria, Dr. Hull and wf and (il deck
From Kan Francisco .rbtlne Cnnmtlo
Dec -MIh II fhrlsllt, MIm V. Taylor. Mrt.
Maeaulley, I, Valentine I Muitg-lt, J A Hell,
W II Kaplan, nhn Nrfll, Mlt I Mefibanc.
' From Kauai per Hlmr "C, It. Illtlieip"
Nov, 30th, 8S.
Judge A. S. Harlw.ll, W. II. Hire & son,
(.. M, ( noke, V Mtler, O, Itcnberg, II. W.
Dunond, C, Wlntle, D. K. Fae, 8am Mahoe,
Ah Sul, Ah un.
From Hawaii and Maul per itmr Klnau,
Nov. '). Queen liinma A: it kertanls,
Lucy IValnKlv-, Mistjennl'- Htlllman, J Cooper,
i: Altiller, J K Robertson, II P Ijng. (' W
Pltlio Si wife, Mrt Alapal. A Lldnalr, Mrs T
(Jamnln-ll, W J Wrlghl, S I. Kawelo, J Murry,
Miss 1'. Ujw, Miss N l.w, Mrs N F.ldridge,
W R I.il, Chat Achl, J Slupplebeen, A W
Carter, A Ihidd'A wife, Mrs C K Stllhnan k
d children fc 78 deck pasengers,
Tim Jlrlhrt Sociable.
"Does any gentleman want to go to a church
sociable this evening ?" asked1 the city editor.
"I should roseole tosimpcr,"rcplied the flip
"I slid any gmlliirun," rejoined the city
The flippant rcirartcr subsijed and the city
editor, finding that the modest reporter was
unemployed, detailed him, with the parting in.
junction to get up a toilet thit should not dis
credit the office ; and to try and cat as much
cake "and sich,"as did iheyoungmeti from the
Celtic-Uritish-Amerlcan-Ha-wa.yen; and to try
and cultivate the cfiarininc wide-mouthed
smile of the young man from the quack mede
The modest reporter promised to do his best,
and went to thesociablc w lih clean hands and a
pure heart and a-countcnance of such engaging
sweetness that the vounr; man from the morn
ing gin and water orgin asked him, in a tone
Intended 10 be ironical, if he'd been to Wai-
Hut the modest reporter went complacently
up the steps of the Iiethcl Parsonage (pro-tern),
paid his best respects to Pastor and Mrs. Og-
gel and then melted into the corner ol a sofa,
where a legal young gcntlemin wilh a bang was
talking about finance to a stout old gentleman
with a long black beard and large gold-rimmed
cj e glasses.
And prcttv soon two charming girls in white
nainsook, cut princess, with bias timing gored
in diagonal spirals, from gusset to hem, came
along and camped on a hasock within conve
nient listening distance and the following lucid
"I think Killie W's just too nice for any
thing." Shi He'll hear you."
"Now if there's too much silver
here now and Ihe Chinese"
"Yes I ihlnk too, but don't
you see ? "
' "No, I don't mind ihe bang, he't
so bright you know,"
' "Uut then the difficulty will be to
make ihe public live up 10 the letter of the
law. The Press was quite right. For
tunately, the bank sees Its way clear to help
the pub ic lind ou "
' ' " Uut I J think she wears loo
large a hat."
. . ..Wejj tnJt ma bj . bul (hcn d-(,
you ever see a more peifcctly fulling basque 1
isn 1 Ittg.o-Q.r-Jus "
"Well, if ihcgovernment refuses-"
At Ibis Interesting juncture, a sweet little girl
beating a bowl of sugar and a strong young
nun. carrying a tray of cups filled with fra
grant colTtc made welcome Invasion of the
mudest reporter's corner and as she give
him sugar Ihe tweet htllc girl whiipered
Isnt Mr. Oggel nice? and Itnl Mrs, Oggcl
nice i and Is'nt this a nice sociable ? and tivnV
(juvenile for "will not") you write some
thing awfullntccaboutitlnthepaur ? "
Tho modest reporter said "Yeshewould'poii.
hlswoid " and, after thinking the good
pastor and his agreeable wife for a delightful
evening, went home.
Hat wlicn h handed in his copy he city
editor said he wished he'd sent the flippant
cle Judge Austin, was a brilliant affair. TI-.hK
.', ,'.K"7T 7 . """ ' ",,",L!,n', l"110- ind 1 ?rli Itpb Rov for .Koojau..
all his old schoolmates rather envious. The Stm Planter for Kauai
For Hamakua per Iwalinl Dec 5 Hon J K
Kaunainano and 25 'Ink,
For Walalua and Kaual, per Slmr Jarnes
iviflKee, jus eiay, ir u naiuwin ami 30 ucck.
For Koual tx-r slmr Planter, Dee 2. Mrs
T Campbell, WIIKIceft ton, O Isenberg,
A Vmingft 100 deck.
For Maul and Hawaii per slmr W, O. Hall
Wdiienetdav Dec 1. M A Smith. I W Andcr
son, W S lliglivte wife, T Hoick, Capt Mar.
chant & 150 deck.
For Maul per stmr Llkelikc, Monday Dec
I, Gov Domlnls, Hon A FJudd, .SfiWil.
der, Miss Wilder, Mrs Arinlr Heist, II C
Siridtten, R W Calhcart, Paul Neumann, II
F Kiting, Mist A W Ilannlslrr, J Ausllni U C
Heine and 100 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Klnau, Dec,
2. Miit I MeShane, Mrs S L Austin K
daughter, Mrs lies enh, Mrs Harringcr, M Green
blatt.JNcll.Mr Robertson, llivhop Wills, J II
Smith, i; Mullcr, II R Smyth, II Centre,
II August ft wife, II C Austin & wife, II
Morrison, W Wilder. S Parker, G Hrown, F
Havsclden, D Iuill, Mr Smith & 140 deck.
Fur San I'rancisco per Alameda, Monday
wed-vv rennci, 1 rrasner, .nary oomiey,
J Hanson, M loy, Jacob Kock, Geo Leonard,
Jno Gomlcy, Dan Turner, Geo J Graham, P
t lien, J Klmliall, Oeo Courtney, i wite, Slits
J n Limb, E A iliickley, & wife, . J Driscoll,
u M Uulge, .Mrs-Simpson & chllil, A Lyons &
wife, Fung Nay, Lew Ngiwk, I) II Thomas,
Lieut I II llemlcrson, A Litigate, II Lillard,
I'. W Glllird, W Centre. Lan Ah So U wife.
J secley, Lhoy Ah Sing, .Mrs Wc Anlilfc.
" CANTA CLAUS'
N , roitT rfRinr, iionoi.ulv,
trit llll IMV 41 V a. M
I'll It I II li H I'.A H II ,V f I,
lit wl 4"II.M 4.vtri.r n
II tt I I l it y Ci 11 it ! m
4in4Ac wMU art
tVOK Or ART. TRAV0U MIClJT,UKf.
K!,H.KENCr, AKII VKtmV.tfrAflOti
,trt (inoittf Sorrlti$t Ctritmn Or-
I'ttfh rtmt t.nthr ttntitU,
.ttbuttti, J off a Hit I'ttHffj thttt'la tn flrrutt
In wlk (tlw twvtn, n(fU tht t-i mrvi l
XMA5 AHI) NUW YUAIVS CARDS,
Of I'ANG TUCK'S, MARCUS WAKOy.
Hn;vc.N5', if.Lnr.KSHKiMr.u's, i-i rUn'
mV,n, IKluln if.. LAfKST VHtX OKhlONS,
alto in ftisV7rtmrt ut
I N K8T A NDB
Cut GUi and Mtl Nfxr Wfijt.U, Ted' Cold
I'tnt, IfbMcr. attd P'ttctl for Mi' gMt nd
lTic hw, Chainn I'cncltt, I'vm atvJ J!U4ffi In
LAtf Cilcndtf I'sdt, ih Btul wtiftout Matndi
Itttnerojt'i J'ttrtjlc Contt Iitnrlr$ fat tHHS
tht utuit Auotiffltrit far pocWf J otTic u
I ALE OF VALUABLE REAL
EST AT B 1 1 1
ON MONDAY. tlKOKMRRKal, MM
I lfl uttti ll l'Vll Awlkn, ! It it'Vi sm-m, H
V HtUtrvimt, I' Cnk, U l'&rfat
nt'.A 1. KrA r
lt.lwrt"t''iiflllMP K, KJIAI,
Saturday, Nov, 29
Slmr Kaplolanl for Uwa,
Slmr Waimanalo fur Waimanalo,
Sell losephlnc for Lwa,
Monday, Dec 1
Sch I2mma for Koolau
Stmr Likclikc for Maui & Molokal,
O. S. S, Alameda fin San Francisco,
Sch Ilalcakala for Pcpeckeo,
Sell Manuokawai for Koolau
Tuesday, Dec 2
I' M S S Australia for Australia,
Am hk Abbie Carter for Hongkong,
'ilmr Klnau lor .Maui ana Hawaii,
writer of this freely conlcsscs himself guilty of
Ihe masculine gender and utterly unable to
tell what (he bride had on All he can say
is that she seemed a lovely combination of
orange (lowers, happiness, blushes and smites.
The usual delicacies, salads, ice cream, and the
dreamiest most magnificicnt of wedding cake,
were discussed with much relish. The happy
pair departed on their wedding journey
by the Kinau on the following day, and
the Press can only wish them'all happiness on
that journey and their longer one through life.
Rev. A. F, King and Mr. Edwin Freshfield,
left on the Australia, last Monday, bound for
New Zealand, where they will spend a few
months at least, in " doing" both of the prin
cipal islands, sketching scenery and gathering
curiosities. From New Zealand they will
probably visit Australia, thence to the Strait
settlements, various Chinese ports and lapan.
In the latter country they will spend enough
lime lo study the manners and customs of the
people and visit the principal places of inter
est in that most interesting nf Oriental nations.
Mr. Freshfield is the artist. While here he
made many sketches, genre, landscape and
still life some of them exceedingly clever,, as
sketches go. lloth gentlemen made acquaint
ances while here who will be glad to re-welcome
them whenever they may return.
lOt r I'4JfV4t4 W ttt I4.4 m K. Kaa! il
f'afama, MoivAiA, Kt ft4i ffht M Kin Vr4,
fch i!4jfAf ttM 4144 CH4Vfrl)wl Mil hff)4l
KM4I4 ..,.n, 1U UiHi"l 414 ta,4rtV, 4.
l4ff Mw 4l bt frrl ll'il, lt-4 Mtlll k44 tM
fat 41,1,1 Uff, vrtHH th VvAt 414 yhiatt
Mtk lt44rln( pfoMI tiwj tlrf,H, Tlilt 4 a mrM i
44r4St4j44V4ftr 1446414 4LaVt t 444A4jv
wibto. itiit4W AotilS4 tJkri A4,m;S
Iiyr -A V4nl jt iXfAtlt.i m I, M lit l
Ubi tt.tt, v.fh 167 (41 trvni 4fl Klt !tr44, hV-
U44lUllx f"Kl. 'IWlll 4 4!laU4 kxallrn I 4
ii4lriitt I47444 Sl4rk4,J tui II Ml 1)14 tliirt t An
lXT i1U At(444 il Unlli mi ili4l4ln Kotw.
1,41 iht ItltrvJ lA lf4WlIL lh44 S4ni444 W
vaf(l4'i lu ImM AptJia II iAImiA Cwadt
tlwicrt' Atri I. sis, R , onriM4 Vf Vvyl rti4j
74 SC Alts fit 4CT44.
h. II. Dt,
Plush, Uallier, CcIIutoM tn4 CArrti GvSu roxe1br
wtili l!ruaianl Hivjac Statuary, Dltt, Kotkio
llor4, Xl4ehani4i ttuj KubUr Toyt. Tin Toyl.
Alfihalxt 4nil HuiUbt lllixbi, Wazwit, Ctnwt,
Fot llallt, tie, etc, ic
TIIOS. C. TIIKUM
To-night the Symphoky Club will delight
the public. The programme as outlined in
these columns last week will be a fcust of
melody and a flow of harmonious sound. No
married man whose wife loves music can
afford to neglect to take her lo Y. M. C. A.
Hall to-night. No unmarried man should
fail to treat some music-loving miss to the
evening's musical banquet. If any who can
afford it docs, he will certainly miss a treat.
Sch Kaukioulc for Kukaiau
Sell Marion for Kauai,
Sch Kekauluohi foi Hanalci.
Wednesday, November 3 '
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal,
Stmr W G Hall for Maui, Kona & Kau,
Stmr Waimanalo for Waimanalo,
Slmr Kapiolani for Ewa,
Sen Karnbow lor Koolau,
Sch Wailcle for Mahko& Hilo.
Sch Ehukai for Waialua.
T.IURSDAY, Dec 4
Schr Ka Moi for Laupahoeho:
Fill day, December 5
Stmr James Makec for W'aialua and Kauai
Stm Iwalani for Hawaii
Sch Kawaitani for Koolau and Hanalci
Stmr Kapiolani for Ew-a
Sch Kapiolani for Waianae.
Vessels Expected from Porelarn Porta
Glasgow, lint, bk IIvnca Ilarbtrrow
Due Jan. 10-15. r, A. bhaefer Co., Ag4nt
London ts Lisbok ft Madeira, Btit thip Dacca,
Perry, Sailed from Madeira S-pi. ;. O, W. Mac-
Bostov, Misvioniry ion bktne Mormnc STAicBray
Due Jcb. 15-70. B.O. HaltA Son, Asenls.
San Francisco, Haw sch Malolo . .. .Goodman
(lor LaupahoelioeV.'' l.u now.
Sav Fkancisco, Am teh AhNA McCulloch
(lor Kahutui). Due now.
LrvicrirooL, Nor ship lurxRATOR, Sorenson
IJuc Alarcn 10-15. , Agents.
San Francisco, Am bctneCtt 1 SrsccKELS. .Drew
Due Dec 15-ao. W, 0, Irwin & Co., Asenlt.
San Francisco, Am bktne Ditcovitv, ..Perrinun
Due Dec IJ-JJ. It. I lick ft Id ft Co., Agents.
Hong Kokg, Am bltne Wn.rniu.lri Poller
I-ouding Oct, 14. , Agents.
San Francisco, Am t s MARtrosA.. ,. Hayward
Due Dec a. W, G. Ir in 4 Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Dnt ss ZrAeANDiA, ,. ,Vlber
Due Dec a. II. Ilukfcld ft Co., Agents.
Svonkv, Am s s City of Svdnrv. ...... Dearborn
Due Dec al. II. lUcUcli ft Co., Agents.
I'OKTIAND, O., Am bic W. II. IUtSR Gibbt
(en route to Hong Kong). Due dow. K- VV,
There arc four lumber vessclt In port.
The American bgtne Contuelo has finished
The American bktne Eureka was 22 days
from San Francisco,
The whillngbirk Helen Mar has sailed from
San Francisco for a sperm whaling voyage to
The Sacramento Keeotd Union says: "Capt
lain Murkc, of tbe German man of.war Leip
aig, which sailed from Valparaiso Jo Honolulu,
on Marrh to, 1883, in latitude 11150 0 south,
longtltude 106:46:36 west, inclosed a paper In
a bottle and flung it into the sea. On the pa
per, which was in German, was a printed form
staling" trte"racr, mine racicanotner lomi, 10
be filled up by the finder, and a request made
to forward the same with the date,locatinn and
finder's niiic filled in, to the German Admiralty
office in Hremen. The object of Ihe iramer'
sion was to ascertain the direction ol the cur
rents of the Pacific Ocean for the brnefit of hy
drographic knowledge, to which great atten
tion is now being directed. The bottle was
found June 25, 18S4, by the brig City of Pape
etc, in latitude 1846 south, longtitudc 144
west of Pans, having traveled 2,000 miles
from where it was thrown into the sea. The
iKjttle was brought to San Francisco in Nov
ember by the brig Tahiti, and given tc the
branch hjdrographic office, whence it will be
forwarded to German)."
rMPORTAHT TO PLANTERS
Tlieo. II, Davrt ft Co. bae javt ret4d two quail
tl4 of a chemical fenihrrr specially repati lot appli
cation to cine fiefdt by lb4 ufebfrd "Law-4 Chtm
IcaI M4nurr Co." ThequAlub-4 are of greater and Ul
solubility, and thus aiapted respectively lo dry and
wet districts, P. ft G, Slt-tf.
and Christina. Sale.
TtiotKlar, Dor-. ISttu,
rrltUy, Dtsss, 19tlu,
Tutmlaty, Dtxi. 83d
Al J t. U. 41
Saturday, Daso. CTtw
SAlewoomt, a La4 Attwteune af
IaU Sunday morning Pastor Oggel of the
Hethel thanked hU congregation for the present
of tome handsomeand comfortable furniture gi
ven for his use in the residence belonging lo
Captain Hohroq nn Huhop's Lane, and now
used as ihe Hethel parsonage. Mr. Oggcl's
remarks were gracefully complimentary to the
equally graceful forethought of the congregation
with which the new pastor seems in accord.
It Is understood that the Friend will change
hands at the beginning of nest) car, passing
into ihe charge of Rev. J, A. Cruuu, and Rev,
E, C. Oggel. Uev. S. C.Damon's editorship hat
covered a period of 42 years years of un
doubted usefulness. The Friend will, of course,
be changed ) its influence, doubtless, widened.
We hope great things for the new venture.
Mr, Cruian't Sunday morning ihcme will be
God's Welcome to Man, Sunday evening, on
Why "do so Many Remain out of the
Churches ? a plain talk with those who are
Christians and alto with those are not, bible
class at 61 30 r. M. sn
The band will play this aliernoon as follows!
March -"t'4arl44t and True".. ,,,,, . ,,Unr4lli
Overture "I niiul of Allloch". ,,,.MoicJinlt
b4leclluti " I4U4I" ., rjounud
riocolj folia-" 11m lluinmlag Hud ,, seUug
Gavotit ,'supManl, A..Cibu!ka
Oalop "UiatCtntit",,,, ... .airatuy
The French tleamei llordeaua Is in trouble
In San Francisco. When the came to discharge
freight It was found that the cargo of wipes
and liquors hsd been broken into and stolen.
The consignees hold Ine captain responsible.
Lyons & Levey wilt have an auction tale at
Lycan & Co's al 713a r. M.
There will be a lempcrance meeting at tht
I Bethel Church at 7130 r. m.
-Laiqc ft Co., Agents.
Portland, O., Am bk Coloua
(en route 10 Honz Kong). Due now,
Laiae ft Co., AgentL.
San Francisco, Am.bktne,KMMACLsupiNA Matson
(for Hilo). Due Now, .Agents.
Nw CAsttx. N.S.W Bvcuo
Loading Oct ao. Agents.
Urkusn, Ger. bk. Mbtror . CUuca,
Due Jun. 15-30. HacLfeld ft Co., Agents.
Merchant Vtsstlt Now In Port.
Fr bilx Tawkra , . LCun
Haw. tMiiM iiAtARD .... rumsv
Am bk Assia (Jarvrr D. C Pendelion
Am. tern Lva. . .... Weiknun
llrll tk HaeiA . TKornholm
Am bk llorlt . ,.4.Pcnballow
Am bktne KirtAr . ... Kobinwn
Amble COAViiitsiohk. , Calhoun
Am balnt Consuslo .Cousin
Am bktne be-hRiCA ..te
Ara bklm4 NUKlTAT . cutler
Theemi-annual meeting of the Trustees of
the Queen's Hospital was held Thursday
morning. The following is the' report of the
Honolulu, November 30, 18S4.
To the Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
Gentlemen 1 I hive the honor to submit the
following report for the quarter ending No
vember 30th : !f
The total number of patients at present in
the hospital is 63, vlzr 47 Hawaiians (25
males and 22 females), 5 Chinese, and 16 of
other nationalities 18 paying.
The number of admissions during the
quarter were 110, vie : 47 Hawaiians (31
males and 16 females), 10 Chinese, and 33 of
Discharged, 9O, vir 38 Hawaiians (27
males and II female!), 10 Chinese, and 4S of
Died, 14, vlt; t Hawaiian male, 4 Chinese,
and 9 of other nationalities.
The causes of dealh were as follows 1 Ac
cident I, collapse I, cancer of breast I, disease
of spleen I, disease nf liver I, consumption I,
pneumonia I, paralysis I, dysentery I, typhoid
fever 2, and bcrbibeil 3 (Chinese), all of whom
died within two hours of admission.
The highest number of Indoor patients was
76) lowest, 61; daily average, 63,
Number of prescriptions, 2,514.
The number of patients treated in the hos
pital was as folloAi : September no, October
11$. November log.
Calls at ihe diipensiry, 575.
The) Only RscognUfMl Cttntirml Btul
Once Its Oampbtll'a Fire-proof Build
Rxal Eatmtav Anal.-Hurt and mUs Rt4
llouve, Cottages and Rooms.
Solicltlnt- Agent for Wilder' Inter
Puliic wdl apply to me for Tickets And Informs
Soliciting Auent for the Mutual Life
Largttt, GraAd44t and Soundest ImtilutUo of its
Ags nt for the Ortset Burllnirtora Rail
alt other routes going East, the scenery being the
Lh-iing Cats the uuidfc?mu and most comfortable.
Employment Agent. Finds Emplotnent for
SoUcltlns Agent for the City of Lou
Company in the Iilands.
Cuttom House Broker. Entrs Goods at Cut
Hills under Power of Attorr-ey.
Money Broktir. Loans Money at all timet on
General Btulnesa Asent,-Lcl Papers of
lected. ItooLs and Account! kept and Adjuttcd.
soraner on Property looked afler. Copying and
Correspondence and Commercial lluuntte of every
Agent for the New Huaio Hall at Ho
. for terms, etc Ordeit for Island Shells, Curios,
filled and lorwarded 19 Alt pnt oftha WoiU.
JtaT Infonftioa appertaining to the Islands givra and
CIlAKCE FOK EVEKYBODYI
nttt Agent on the Hawaiian aUlaatdi-
Ing, 27 Merchant St, Honolraln, H. L
CuaI4 la ail pats of eke KLegdotB- Rears Otcta,
land Steamertv.-'oiiriiti and tb TravaliAf
ttoo la the Volcano.
Inauranca Co. of New York. Tbe
kind In tbe World.
way Route In America. TUt Rte 4ieJt
grandcu, tec tne-alt the choicest and Lh PrIac ai
ail keeking work la the various branches of Indnstry
tlon Flra Iiuurauaco Co. Tb te kw
toot House, cays and ditcbarget Ittlcbf Abd Deuy
every description drawn. Ci&'dutFibwtAatAAd Co!
Heccedi Searched- Rents CoQecled. Tames tad In
Encrosungdooe. AdverdteRacctt, Kewicdtpr AnioW.
oatur promptly And ACenratety att4ndt4 to.
noluln CotnpanMS abroad win contspon4 w ah mm
Lata Specimens, Native 1ewt ud Pnotoa canrnBy
sU corrtvpoodence raithfuCr Aaw4r4d.
JOiEfll K. W1BKMAX,
Gtaerai Baalatst Agent. HeDeteia, H.
From Sin Francisco pet Am, bgtne Con
suelo, December 2. 10 pkgs paper, lot: skt
flour, 44Q bags coal, 91 hogs, 2 horscs.ioobbls
lime, 16 pkgt doors, blinds, ic, 64 shingles, I
kef; beer, 3J pkgs powder, 62 pkgt paint, 7
pkgs dry golds, 900 tks guano, 42 pkgt drugs,
9 ct hdware, 36 pkgs mdse, 6I pkgs groceries,
34$ skt beans, 1541 tks feed & 212 bales hay,
For. San Francisco per Alameda, Dec I
Hyman Bros I lobes sugar j M Phillips & Co,
808 bgs sugar 1 T H Daviet 26031 Enos St Al
vet 234 bucht bananas I Sresovich Gray & Co
4SS bnchs bananas ; Chlng Woo 200 pkgs su
gar canet C I. Ilcnsen 61 pkgs sugar cane, 603
bnchs bananas; Drown ii Co 300 bch bananas;
Avon Qick Choni: & Co, 41 J bnchs bananas.
Ah Sing 9 baikett leaves, a bnchs bananas,
II Johnson 24 bblsbeer, Wells, Fargo 4 Co.
4 pkgt oprttt, 6 bnchs bananas, I tack coin
$4300, W G Irwin 3016 pigs sugar, J Mc
Colgin 116 pkes sucar. Cattle & Cooke 184
pkgs sugar) 130 pkgs rice, C'llrewet ; Co
2641 pkgs sugar, Conchec & Ahung 260 bes
lice;, McCbcsiicy i. Son 19J pkgt hides, U
pkgs sheep tklnt, Chinese him 13 bat ssdst,
100 bdls sugar cane, Wilder & Co 1 propelli,
K .Marthtli 31$ bncht bananas, ApiFai 40
bnchs bananas, Mclnciny 418 bncht tarunts,
Uishop & Co 38 bags and 5 bat coin 137,834..
it, Domestic value $60,099.95, Foreign value
Tliere will be services with preaching at the
Hcihci Union Church, by the Rev. E. COggel
to-c.ionow at 11 A. M., and 71 JO r. it. Sub
ject in Ihe morning 1 Friendship laX'hrjsi ; in
the evening 1 A 1 ragoly and its leachings.
AH cordially welcome.
Mrs. Leavitt will lecture on Temperance al
V..M. C, A. Hall nest Moody night. Fire
men and firemen' wives and families are espec
The officers elect of the Kauai Telephone
Con) any arc J. K. Smith, president; G. W.
Wilcos, treasurer) K. W. T. Purvis, secretary,
1 11 M 1 ,
Some note co the monthlies ire unavoidably
crowded out of Ihlt Issue.
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