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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER Si, 1883.
Httdiy, Sovrmlwr SI, 1mJ3.
r. ii - ha no been particularly brink during the
I.-.t wrvk. A aale by M .-r. I .yon ,& Levey of Im-
rt,I furniture on Wedn-J;y iat, wm well attended
an. I Vri,' wen? i.it:Ined. On the uiif ily a briak
C ih titi'in tonic pUrf between nhareholilera In the Kapf
,,' mi i":rW AoMx-lution lor tTirMe loildJnJC lots within
tv r.irk. T h-a-h lot f.-ti-liod ,"I0o earn and on SC30.
Oilier t tlie eastward averaged 7S ffh. Ynl7
jj j-. p. Adam held a credit ule of new gontU, by order
c( m r- Ci. W. Vacfariane A Co., to ehiae conaucnmenta,
vrlvn fur prU-e were realhted, tbonarhi the hiddinc; was
n,,t h '' nrt. The retail dealer are not driv
a ttr-t-'UiH r.niue, the uua1 lull before the Cbrfet
nus liolxtavn t-lnx rery apparent. An Important xale of
g mU ill taae plat- on Thursday next, and on Saturday
kZ'. hHl the rtrt rticht anrtioo of Chrtntmaa
The foricn arrivals during the week comprise toe
VT. H. Irrrin, Calhttrtea and nteamhip Alameda from Ran
TrnrHro. the Wranhip City of New York from IheAM
tni lm Colonic, the Spartan from Xew York, and the
riz:tli from Bremen. The barb Alden Bew and
T.tii, rote f HrMigkong from Portland, Or., called In
f. r water arvl tore, proceeding on their voyage y eter
.U. Ttie partii baa Lad a prolonged and nomewhat
jom'iaik" voyaa-e, unfortunately attended with a few !w-ri-g
i r"ltle the partlrular of wh-h will he found In
t nrtter column.
The departure bv-lude the Itatkuta for Port Towiwend,
th I f 7 oC Xew York and Consoelo for San Francisco.
T.. Amrn nn rk C. H.hard Ilullert I bein rapidly
r -nit--"!, w 11 nrtly proceed her voyage.
Tl-e veN mi the berth tot Kin Fram-bev are the
k..uu. Lady ljtnMtn, W j. Irwin and ateanutbip
Am.-.U. iv-vipM i4 urar and rii-e rturtiut the week
h ,v -n very Uiclit, but prohwltly 12.i0 pw kaS- will
urr'.v re the AtaumU ail on Satur.Uy next. By
the Lli :i.lvL-t- friu the f'oant, Hawaiian icnicery grarien
l ujcar are iMHet at : No. 1. in ke, a '4 : "o. I, in
No. J, T7.S.
A le of t.VM a rv of fcuid on Hawad tnke pluee to
list? at the auc-tlou nxuiM of Mr. K. P. Aiiautx.
PORT OF HONOICTLTJ, H. I.
Sati-bdav. November 17.
Mtmr KUa.aa Hou. f.r, frm hUlialu
Mnr Mokolii. McOritr. from K"lau
U aimkln. Inn Ouuoirt
tcbr Netu- Merrill, from Lahaina
trhr Wali-le, Iron Maltko
Hrhr Khokal. from Wataloa
Vhr Kaaliri. Mahukona
JSi-mdav, November It.
Rtmx Ukeltke, Von WchiuMt. from HawaU and Maul
UU IwaUi.l, Mcliald, frum Kaoal
tmr Lehaa, LiwnXfO, from Maul and Molotai
Brut W i Irwin (Aroj, IA ' day fr.m tvta Francfaco
ModaT, November 1.
Mtuir WaJmanal... NVUe.n. frum WaUnarwIo
Boik AUl. n B- 'Am , Ne.a day from Ntoria
hr K-irihow. frum KUn
s-hr l.i!v,rho. frm; Kukuihale
TvrDAV, NovemlM-r 20.
tBMhlp Oty of New York .Am,, tob, from Auck
land and nydney
Wkpxkboav, November 21.
Htmr Jama Make, Freman, from Kauai
Br Npwtu l Am.. Crowley, from New ork
S-hr Kahlhuanl. frn E
TUi'MOAT, November tl
Hteanwhip AlameOa (Amv, Mone, from Han Francisco
Htmr Waimanalo. Nelon. from Walnianalo
Bark CalharVn Am , Hubbard, 19 day. from Han Fran
rtiro FbidaT, November 23.
Bark Mr"""" Oer.. Sander, 1 daya from Bremen,
schr funeral Hlel, from Xoolon
Si-hr Mary Foater. from Punalu .
He tit Walbm from Paauhao
Schr Panahl, from Oookala
HatcbdaT, November 17.
stmr Waimanalo, Nelaon. for Waimanalo
Tern Ikoca Am,. Macuire. for Port Townnend
s-hr Mj Kelkl, for KooUn
M!iav, November 19.
stmr C R Btobop, r'K for Kukuihaele, Honokai
Htmr klkan Hon, Hewm, for Kahulul
V hr Mary Alice, for Molokat
S-hr Man, for Onomes
Hrbf W allele, for MaUko
s-hr Nettie MerriU, for Lahalna
TCIKDAT, Novemer 20.
-t.-am.hip City of New York (Ami, for San Francisco
stmr Kiuan, Kin, for windward porw
stmr Iwalani, C aiueron, for Kaoal
Mmr Planter. Bate, for Maul and Hawaii
stmr Ihoa, Lorenaen, for Maul and Molokal
star Mr.koUl, McOregor, for KooUu i
Hn( ( oniuelo Ami, t'oaiin, for San Francisco
srhr Jenny, for Waianae
s-hr F.hukal. for Walalua
vhr Waimaiu. for Hakalan
St-hr Mary Alice, for Molokal
WCDXKKOAT, November 12.
stn.r Waimanalo, N-ls..n, for Wainunalo
Sobr Kahltiilanl, l..r F.aa
Mi-hr Uboliho, f.r Wainoa-
FridaT, November 23.
-rntr Jruea Makee. Freeman for Kauai
Bark Al len Bee (Aim, Noye. for Hnnekmn
?-hr llsleakala. Ir Peepekeo
VrAHCLM I.EAYIXU TIIIM DAY.
stnr WaimnnaJo, Nefcto. for Ewa. .
Bark: lAdy tdy Lampsoo, Rwt, for Son Franctw-o
schr Rainbow, for Koolan
schr Kapiolanl, for F.wa
rORCIUX VF-VHF.l-H IX PORT.
Hark f Sothard riulben (Am, Iav
Bark Martha Rwleout ,iAm, Sears
Kark Lady Uunpaon (Am from San Francisco
Bark FrWrieh Mer), VWerup, from Hongkonr
Bark spartan (Ami, Crowdey, from New ork.
Brk Maiatlan iCier.l, Sander, from Bremen
Mark K-'-L" (Ami, MUler, from Sun FrancW-o
rTPUTED FROM FOBEIGX
F S s Alert, from San Franrisro
ir r i f-. m KaMiaovnik (Kusi
ship Aberyswlth Brtt.. from Llverr-Kd. Nv 3.
Kirk Agnes (Brit), from Newcastle, IS S S , Nf
, NV 30
Bark Chasca (Brttt, from Liverpool
Bark Christine Jer. from Newcastle, N S
Bark nenry James Briti. from New 1 ork, Oct
Bark Iolani fHsw), from Cardiff, Iec 4
Bark Kale (Hawr), f.-om Bremen, Nov 1
Bark Letterene iBrit), from Liverpool, due
.j7.Ti Pnrt niakelv. Sent 30
Bgtne Wm O Irwin lAm '. rom San I-rncUro,
Tero M E Smith (Am), from Port Gamble due at Ma-
Schx Twilight (Am. from Port Gamble
. ;VT Amk. from San Franctaco
SW?irali',Brttf7omSy and Auckland
Bark Burma (BrU;, irom uio"
M EM OK AX DA.
The American bark Alden Besse, Captain Noyes, re
J h.vtarWl Victoria, B. C, on the lst October ; bad
rnw-h aUlh way; had no regular Uad. wind. ;
ooAhTrTywindT to the tropW-s and afterward, , Ught and
variable winds : took pilot off Diamond Head at I P. M.
Xovember lath: has 329 Chinese on board, bound for
. M..H .,,Tihln Cliv of New York, I,9ft4
tois, wbT Cobb commander, sailed from Sydney o
sWber IstTatV P. M., and AuckUod November 7th,
IfWA m! aid arirlved at Honolulu November 20th. at
T A M.Vrom Sydney to North Cape bad heavy
Hthrlv vales, with very heavy aeas ; was detained at
Arklod MursTwalSg for the New Zealand malls,
! ' . ZL ...nt i.f heavy weather on the
eoa-c Alter leaving Anckland experienced heavy nortb
!, ,Tu-i 4 hours : since then Ught north
TJeJiy al hn. weather ; p-aed vlgaort on
..1 - - j ih, Miutui on the lAth. at a . m.
aXwsTu. follow h. New Vork. leaving Syd-
mm Wth instant. All welL
The Ock- stehlp AUmeda, Capt. H. Offr.
n4 tra Han Francisco November lith, at I f. at-,
ZZuLz om board 7 pwm-ngers and I.tO tons cargo ; ua
"".". .vT;, !T7 . hi lo hours had northest
'JwTl; thVn' sontherly to UarudeNo-
,.lhlr t k. had strong southeasterly gaie, wiiu
V ember TT. .f,.., lMrini the Erst three
Tf iTaouare-rlgzed vessels standing to thenorth-
' . w s w i,hui a steamer boo no east-
wSplorpuot'at 11 cwonved
atwharj at ia soon vmym, -
averse speed. miles per day.
STSs uInt: W O lnJln: ierolla white mattimj. sook.
nTr llr Utne.4 c. macnlnery, 1.274 bone mea!
Z17 sks oats, CO sju barley. M ska bran-oO sks aalt, X4S
.as com. Tu aks floor, 4-4 aks wheat. 104 bales bay.
pCfsTrceriesTri mercbandtae. M "Clocks l,
moLi.UnT. bale gather, 1 boat, 1 horaea, S colta, 1
cows, a yearlings. 2 ps, i males.
From Auckland and Sydney, per City ot. New Tt ork,
Novemrwr X Hai kfeld A Co, 441 cs provbdoua, to kes
do: A 8 Clas-b-irn. 2 c drapery; tacfrlane Co, IT
cska nun; to ore er, 6 ca Ueneva.
Front Sew Vork, per Spartan, November SS 12 ca
hardware. UM cs arocerles. tu cs dry Boods, l.SAJ pea Iron
Dtunc. bbla oement, tt coda rope, bdU anooks, C1
cs etuars. 204 oais paper, 2.7JO ca oU. M ca sertn ma
chines cska whit Wad. 14 bbla I ktuora. etc, 1 krs
nail, a ca looaoco, 127 pkr merchandise, 2M pka bolld
ing materials & wlu I boa.
From ban Francisco, per AJameda. November Jt-MM
eaaWaroeriea. 0 sacks barley, 1.U0 ska floor, I7 sks
Sa?.TC akaX. ak. potatoea, M0 baU
sks wheat. 14 Pkcs furnUore,7 kes lead, at bd is Iron,
TrbarV. 5; hardware, 1"T1
cnacdlse (sondrtes), 100 cs dry roods, V1 pk- tobacco, II
cs Uquors, lia caks beer. Iron aaies.
From San Francaco. pt C'aarien. November S-Vril-dev
k C, 204 plors merrbaodtse, btU lime, aks bran,
40 ak barley. bales nay; J Lucas, IJ u linn, 0,0u0
brick; Capt Claney, 1V ska oats, M sks bran, 84 hale
kir: J Cnod, soolea; L Uubbard, 143 pks merchaadlae,
lo bales hay; X Mr hesoey, 4O0 piurs bran, H pka mer
ir xTav Al Ca. I.tu Dkn merchandise, C at
IX iUy k Co, l,li plurs merchandise, C at
pks merchandise; Win Wo Chan, it pks
m. 4 ska bran, M ska barley: Lewers A Cke,
rrchandtse, 100 hales hay, 47 posts; BoUes 4k
luauiaaTt m ' - . ,
C.. if. pks merchandise; 11 He la lyre, 1.17S pks mer-cfcan.C-ie.
re Ban rranason. per vvvi-'.
Crook. i 6ks faraUuri WsTrsrta l;vJ-S: V
For 8an Franctaco, per City of New Y'ork, November
20 Harkfeld A Co, l.0 ta wool; T H Davlea, 210 fcs do;
Hymao Broa, 400 bav sugar; Winit Wo Chan, 72 bs do;
Sing Chona A Co, 2ii bmg rice; Hamilton Johnson, 2 j0
bag do; M UrlnUaum A Co, 355 hairs paddy.
From San Franrinco, per W O Irwin, November 1 J
From Katud, per Iwalani, November Pi S B Dole, S
From Kahalul, per Kilauea Hou. November 17 Mr
Forneaojc, Brother Bertram, C Miller. Flora Howe, Mrs
UUe and children, B Keaweamahl and wife, Mrs Koloa,
and SS deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, per Llheliie, November 1 It
Sterilnir, C N Arnold, E B Barnard, Mrs C Furneaux, W
L Kaholokahikl, C H Combe, J Burrow, F H Sumner, P
Combe, Hon A F Jud'l, H Smith, Antone Rosa, Cecil
Brown, J Hotlng, DrC P Greenfield, Mrs W E HI, B R
Hinds, W Kinney, W a W hi Lin E B Miles, J H Lovejoy,
H Sheldon, Mlsa 3 Sheldon and servant. Master W Shel
don, W Fehlber. C 1. Wight, O P Wilder, J Sheldon, Rev
Oolldakip, A TrL E E Baiiey, C A Bailey, Miss Hanaio, M
Menze, K Kahoalelaa, Mrs M A polo and 2 children, W Y
From Maul and Molokal, per Lehua, November l1
Mrs Akana, Wod Leong, MHm Nellie Robinson, and 29
From Sydney and Auckland, per City of New York 1
steerage. For San Francisco W Cameron and wife, F
C Clapp. Mr Imncan, Prof M Brown, Rev Mr Harrison,
Rev Mr Poland. Mr Tiipmacker, Mr Chambers, Mr Oil
lett, Mr SomervUle, and 49 steerage.
From Kauai, per James Makee, November 21 W BIhw
deli, u and family, J L Richardson, and 30 deck.
From Kn Franclwo, per Calbarten, November 22 Mrs
Kate RiM-klln.Mrs Maraalay, John Hopplu, Alfred B.ir
rett.Jobu Mrliuirk, H Clark.
From San FraiM-iwo, per Alameda, November 22 Mi-w
M Emerk-k, F M Alexander, Z A Hopper and wife, Mrs
W S Gage, Mhs Josephine Toby, Mrs s W Brown and
.laughter, MbMes May and Fanny Fargo, (' Hnstace,
F.niile MeUn. Mrs Alex Young and children, Alex
Young, slmon Conn. L, W Hign and wife. Mrs B B Tie.1
ding, (1 H Retlding, IMvi.1 Center and wife. Miss Mlnnl.
Wemter, A Herbert, S Hollliigsworth, i Wm-bmert,
Fred Bag'K. A S I Cart well and family. Miss Ne ball. Mirs
Ilartwell, C W Mott. L, Summerfleld, Bishop WillLs and
wife, U-orge V.t, O K Woo.1, W II Baird. t W Willfong
and wife. Miss Juliet smtin. fieerage jonn imnKiui,
John Whittaker, John Knui, T W Manoheste
Kih. T H Burt. D Keyes. T S Southwk-k. J.
John Fratea. A I Courtney, Frank Higgin
Wm Jrdway. I" Ordway, leo Frenes. and 3 Chinamen.
For Kabuiul, per Kilauea Hou, November lit Brother
Francb. Mrs Cuthbert and children, Mr Perry, the
Mbaw-s Perry, J H liumey, W White, and 54 deck.
For Hamakua, per C K Bbhop, Novemler 19 K J
Parkinson C A Wetaher, Capt Saas, and 5 deck.
For San Francisco, per Consuelo, November 20 J
For San Francisco, per City of New Yt.rk, November
20 P Combe, C II Combe, F H Sumner.
For Maul and HawaU, per Planter, November 20 I
KahtiiHtein, Capt Hobron, Mlsa Ifaniebt, J O'Connor, and
For Katud, per Iwalani. November So W Y Horner, (i
Tlicomb, AU-x Tax, 1. Sheldon, II Renzen, Ah Lnm, and
For Molkal and Maul, per I .eh ua, Novemln-r 20 M I)
Moiiharrat, Mrs M King, W J Brysoo, J Mf-ColKun, and
Fur Maul and Hawaii, per Klaau. November 20 H It II
PrincesH Lakelike. Col J II Boyd. Mrs K H Ik.yd, Mrs W
T Holokahlkl. Mrs Barenaba. Mtsa Needham. Mrs C Wil
liams, E P Adams, C A Bailey. Mr Mense. K W Bamaro,
H C Sheldon, C L Wlght.ssife, child and servant,
WUder Jr. (i V WUder. L. A Andrews. Father (Jul tan, R
Catton, Capt T II Hobron. P C Jones Jr. W Way, A Hofr
nong and son, II K Macfariane, A de S Canavarro. C N
Arnold. A Mcurn, Mrs S C Dumon and child, O w Mc
Lean, W W (ioodale, Mr Chansells, W S May, Mrs C
Beckley, MLssT Doiron, L J Lionarons, C II or? will, O K
Keooikai and wife. A Kohla and wife. T O Taylor, C lirey.
Rledel, F II Hayselden, V McKenxi, Mrs W SaflVrey.
Mr Kahskaulla ami wife, J W Mitchell, A C Juason, aim
about 2-yo deck.
For Waianae and Kauai, per James Makee. Nov 23 Mrs
A P Jackson, Mr and Mrs Blalsdel) and 2 children, P A de
lAimui. A c de Lannox. J L, Rlcbardaon. naugoter anu
servant, W A Kinney, T W Manchester, J A Frtsst, Chung
Hou, and So deck.
SHELDON In Kohala. Hawaii, on November 11th, Mr
Henry U Sheldon, aged as years.
fEYER-At Kapalama, November 23d, to the wife of
, Mr. W. C. Meyer, ol Kalae, Molokal, a son.
IORE In San Jose, CaL, November 13th, to the wife
of K. Morg, of this city, a son.
The Mokolli brought 374 bags rice from Koolau.
The Nettle Merrill brought f bags sugar from La
The Kllanen Hou brooght 173 barrels molases from Ka-
The W. G. Irwin arrived in port on Lunday last, fifteen
and a half d.ys from San Francisco. She brooght 41 head
of rattle, 2 pigs, and a general cargo.
The Iwalaul brought 28 head of cattle and a general
cargo : also, the sixteen German prisoners, who have re
fused to work unless they receive 2 a day for thHr deten
tion in Oahu prttou.
The Lehua met with heavy seas Wednesday last, wind
ward of Maul, and was unable to call at either Hoelo or
The Rainbow brought 442 bags of rice from Koolau.
The Wainuuialo brought 344 bags and 47 kegs sugar.
The KaUikaua has docked all her cargo, with the ex
ception of 22.000 bricks.
The IJhollho was towed In yesterday by the C. il.-
The Consuelo sails to-day for San Francisco.
The Lady Lampson will probably sail to-duy lor San
The schooner Rob Roy brought about 4-M bogs salt from
The City of New York had 2,121 packages nierchaudi.se
(various; In transit for San Francisco. .
The IJkellke Is on the marine railway, undergoing re
The Lady Lampson Is being paintl. She Is ready to
The Esplanade was cleer of shipping yesterday.
The James Makee reports heavy rain In KanaL.
TneKaUihUani brought 110 hugs of paddy from Ewa
The Kalakaua received 230 barrels of molasses yester
day. She will sail early next week for San Francisco.
The W. G. Irwin discharged 1,2 H) sacks flour, 000 sack..
hone meal and a quantity of grain yesterday.
The Fried rich will finish discliarglng general merchan
The Haleakala sails to-morrow at 4 P. M. for Pepeekeo.
The Spartan will commenced discharging yesterday.
The Friedrk-h discharged a quantity of stone on Thurs
The Lady Lampson received 900 bags of rice on Thurs
The Alden Besseand Titan left for Hongkong yesterday
The LIkelIke Is In the stream.
The steamer Waimanalo brought 344 bags raid 00 kegs
rmnnu bark M arrived In port yesteruay.
144 days from Bremen, with a generV cargo consigned to
Hackfeld A Co.
Tue naolala Sttefe aid Bold Exchange.
3ESSION. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21.
coab nocu. No. of Shares
Haiku Sugar Co "J
Kohala Auar Co
The 1'rinceville Plantation Co U40
The Wallaku Sugar Co.. ..24iW
The Hawaiian Agncuituraiv --
Makee Sugar Co rr":
Waimanalo Sugar l l"50U
Honokaa nasar Co. rj pr in. p
The Koloa nugar Co - 300
Ookala Sugar to... - - "
Wal hee Sugar Co
FaciAe MiU CO
Kilauea bugar Co
111).. HnnrCo - OU
Orove Kanch FlanUUon Co
Union MUlCo7S0 per share pd up. 1M 100
ur.i.... rn . ..ftiw
Star Mill Co ....
East Alaul Flantauon to .. "f
Onomes Sbgar Co..
Keclproclty Bugar Co
Laupahoehoe Bugar Co....-..--
Waikapu Sugar Co.... J
Halawa Bugar Co
lioooma tfugar Co ...... --u"o
p II an i p stocks :
The Hawaiian Railroad Co .JOOd
Kaholni Railroad Co. ... l-
TBXXrstows stocks :
Bawailaa Bell Telephone Co........-10OO
Hawaiian Telephone Co., (Maul)
Kaoal Trlephoiilc Co -----
HllT Hawaii Telephone Tel. Co 2A
MISCXXAASKOCS STOCK -
The Honolulu Iron Works Co..
C Brewer at Company (Mercantile,
Inter-IsUnd Stoam r rlgatiou -oW
Last Maat Stock Co. (Ranch).. .....10UO
. O. Hall A sou (Limited)
12 per cent Bonis
B per cent Bonds
aven rer rent bondj .......
100 107 S
Bis per cent Bonds, frte from Uov't
Nine per cent Onomea Sugar Oo.'s
Seven Pr cent Haw's, Agricl Co
Boo da . ..
. . ; Soave.
' H. BJZjmacaTKXPZB, Secretary
Pbisrs T the Moon diring Xtvemker, 1883.
New ruoon .
Suq sets today at 11 mill. 7 sec. past 5 o'clock.
Sud ri-rs tomorrow at 22 uiin. 7 aec. past 6
SATURDAY, . .
. . ..NOVEMBER 24, 1883
LOCAL & GENERAL.
The friend of Colonel Xuckle, a former resident
of these Islands, will be pleased to learn of the
honors that have been conferred upon him by the
Empert of Germany for his valuable services.
Trora the PhibttlfJijJ.ia PuUic Lrdqrr we learn that
" Before the Franco-German war the Imperial Un
iversity and National Library of Strasbnrg, in Al
sace, was the possessor of over 300,000 printed vol
ume besides a large number of valuable manu
scripts. These were totally destroyed during the
war. Since then more than an equivalent number
of volames have lx-oii ivstored. and at pre-ient th
library contains aver 50 Kxi volumes. The Governor-General
of ANuce at the the close of the war
isvued an appeal to the various nationalities for
contributions in lookn to restore the library, and
anions others commissioned Colonel M". Richards
31 uckle to collect book iu the United States and
in the Canadian Dominion. In compliance with
the purpose of his commission, he has collected
iester, Manuel j and shipped thirty odd cast's of lsKks free of cx
msFavage! j l""- library at Slrasbur. In recognition
of the service of Mr. Mnckle. the Emperor of Ger
many conferred upon him in 1R74 the decoration of
ti;e " Order of the Crown of Prussia," and since
then and for additional service hasjorwarded the
decoration of the " Order of the Red Eagle," confer
red September 12tli of thin year.'.'
Of the eight German women who arrived on Sun
day last from Kauai, five have succeeded in obtain
ing situations. The remaining three, having large
families, are unable to accept of any outside em
ployment. Miss Breeze has exerted herself in their
ttchalf and collected various articles for the desti
tute women, in tho way of supplies and clothing.
Mrs. Kohm and Mrs. Kastie have also looked after
their welfare, while other ladies, whose names have
not been furnished, have acted aud continue to act
in a Christian-like spirit towards these destitute
parties. Mrs. K. 1. Adams has generously consent
ed to take special cliaro of the sick child and her
mother. The following list of subscriptions have
been received by the Workingmen's Union, exclu
sive of what the ladies have collected, to be spec
ially applied to the "German Women Relief Fund."
Workingmen's Union, $50; Samuel Lederer $10;
Miss Breeze, $3; Mrs. Kohm, $7; C. J. Fishel, $5;
A. n. Spencer, $5; Mr. Houghtailing, $2; W. Wale
$1; M. Voss, $1; a friend, $1. J. Doyle, .50c. Total
amount amount received by the Society $100 50.
The list of collections made by the ladies we hop-
to publish in the next issue. . - 4 .' f".
WSv the Alameda Mr. Frederick Bagot armed in
this city. This gentleman comes for the express
purpose of compiling a business directory of th e
Hawaiian Islands, including a special city directory
of Honolulu. He proposes to insert in the latter
portion of the work, the name of every foreigner
and native who reside in the city proper, ; also giv
ing jtheir residences and occupation. The work
will be published in connection with the Pacific
Coast Business Directory and also separately. As
the last directory has now become almost obsolete
the work about to be undertaken by Mr. Bagot
will be appreciated bv all houses of business. The
publishers of the work ars Messrs. L. M. McKen-
uey A- Co. of Oakland and San' Fraucisoo. They
hoie to issue the complete volume about February
or March next. .
The S. S. Kinau displayed her electrio lights last
Monday eveninx in every part of the vessel. The
Chief Engineer, Mr. Walley, manipulated the main
light on the- hurricane deck, and affordea the
visitors an opportunity of viewing all the pro
minent buildings in the city. As witnessed from the
upper deck of the Kinau, the various sights exhibited
were very picturesque and in some cases rather
unexpected. For instance, when casting the focus
on the Likelike and also elsewhere.the objects were
hardly anticipated receiving the full benefit of Ed
ison's wonderful invention. In tho saloon and
cabins all the lights were exhibited, the larger one
being of a power of 16 candles, the smaller of '10
candles. There was a large number of persons
availed themselves of the opportunity of seeing
tho electric lisjht for tLe first time. The lion. S.
O. Wilder and family were present, and amongst
the manv visitors were Governor Dominis and a
party of friends.
The steamer Waimanalo, Captain Nelson, reports
that whilst lying at anchor off Waimanalo, a heavy
swell rolled in about 2 a.m. on Monday morning.
rising clear over the wharf. There was no .wind
at the time. The steamer was riding with two an
chors down at the tine, one of which was lost, but
fortunately the other one held on; The item moor
ings also carried away. Between 10 and 11
n'fincV. ilia Maiestv and nartv embarked on
board the steamer under difficulties. They got
under weigh about 11 a. m. and when crossing the
Bar several heavy seas were shipped wetting every
body on the deck. The sea in the channel was very
confused and not a breath of wind. The passage
was the most uncomfortable one that the present
captain has experienced on that route during the
pant two years. His Majesty, Mr. HotTnung and Jlr
Neumann are to be congratulated on their safe ar
rival yesterday afternoon.
Yesterday the German laborers who are at pres
ent inmates of Oahu gaol, refused to go to work,
and it' resulted in their Consul being called upon
to hold an investigation. Accordingly Mr. 11..
Glade, Consul for Germany, accompanied by Mr,
rani Neumann, attorney-at-law, Marshal Parke,
Mr. Daniel witz, President of the .Workingmen's
Union, and Mr. John Russell as counsel for the
Union and Germans, proceeded to tho gaol yester
day afternoon for the pupo3e of holding an investi
gation. Up to a late hour last evening the exam
ination was not completed. All the gentlemen
present cheerfully contributed the information they
were possessed of, in order that a full and proper
elimination of the facts should be arrived at. A
further examination will be continued to-day.
We learn frum a .reliable source that all the
bridges in the Ililo district, which have been built
during the supcrvisorship of Mr. C. N. Arnold,
stood the recent severe pressure caused by the
freshets without sustaining the slightest damage.
In some cases they were put to a severe test, the
waU-r rising three to four feet above the floors.
Upou the same authority it is stated that the car
rying away of the other bridges was die to faulty
construct; -n in the abutments. Mr. Stirling, the
Superintondent of Publio Works, -fully endorses
the work that has been done during' the past eigh
teen montlrs in that district.
His Majesty, accompanied by Mr. Iloffnung and
. - , x a w. : I l..i
a lew oilier irienas, wen over to 11 uuiuiwu
Sunday morning in the steamer Waimanalo. They
started at daylight and after a very pleasant trip,
they reached the ir destination at nine o'clock. The
weather was showery throughout the day, but the
noble host, Mr. Cummins, provided all the possi
ble comforts within doors. The party returned to
Honolulu this morning.
A large crowd witnessed the departure of the Kinau
on Monday last on her maiden voyage to windward,
Tho Band was in attendance and discoursed, as
usual, sweet music. Punctually at 4 p. M. the ves
sel started on her journey, King, the genial, presid
ing on the bridge, and Noeland officiating at the
bows. Success to the ship and her eater prising
owners. She carried away a Urge number of pas
sengers amongst whom were Mr. A. Hoffnung and
son. - "
The day of General Thanksgiving appointed by
the President of the United States will be observed
at St. Andrews' Cathedral by airopriate services,
mainly from the American Prayer Book. A ser
mon appropriate to the occasion will be delivered.
Harvest home festivals with religions services are
held in every Christian country and the recurrence
of the American Thanksgiving Day, makes a time
most appropriate also for Hawaii,
On Tuesday about 5 p. x. the Workingmen's
Union were notified by the Governor . that they
would not be allowed to meet as usual in the
Armory. A grand rally was announced by placard
daring the day. The Executive Committee soon
afterwards procured the upstairs portion of the
Great IXL. store which was kindly placed, at their
disposal br Mr. Oartenberg. At 7:30 pjc. upwards
of 70 persona ssembled, members of the onion .:
and others. Deputy Marshal Dayton had preri- wa, "
ously informed 2t. Gartenborg that he would be solved, That in the death of Henry L. Shel
held responsible for fcUowing the meeting to tike I doa. th community haa lost a citizen vhose
- - - sen a rriArl t- 1 1 find VksP Vi Ato A anil rioovt ttl ll
i mmmittf was acTxiinbad to i
upon Hr. Dayton who invited him and his friend
into the meeting room. Mr. Dayton accepted the
invitation and stopped throughout the proceedings.
Everything passed off quietly. Thirty dollars was
collected for the relief of German women and chil
dren. Several new members joined the Society. Mr.
Squires read a paper touching on the "Masters and
Servants Act.' The Executive Committee report
ed having provided the German women with board
and lodeine. and Dr. Fitch has been appointed to
attend the sick children. The Employment Com- r
,..;,.? nrA,.i.rn,i a i,v fnr .n enoi. '
neer at $100 per month
The Government received advices from theJJulia
expedition by the 'Citr of New York" dated from
Lcvuka, 30 ult. All the official dispatches relat
ing to the first part of the voyage - had been sent f
forward by the schooner "Kaluna." The "Julia" '
was to sail on 31st Oct. for New Hebrides and j
thence for Honolulu. Mr. Frank Cooke has also 4
received letters from Captain Tripp and Mr. j
Clarke in which they report that all the returned
laborer had. been landed fiftly and in ood health. '
As to their prospects they write that "though the i
reports from labor vessels from here jLevuka) are ;
not encouraging, yet we think that with the extra
inducements offered by the Hawaiian planters we ;
shall get a load." . JC
Henry Irving, the great English actor, is the
source of great attraction in New York. He opened
in "lne liens, ana a corresponaeui bujk ium
HU death scene in the 'Bells' has a suggestion of
trangnlstion ou the gallows and was realistic to
morbidity. The applause after this was so tliun
derons that the actor's three times repeated ap-
pearance before the curtain would not satisfy the
audit lice; xi he made a litrle Kpe'ccTi and begyed
for as cordial a reception for Miss Terry when she
should appear." i t '' 1
The hark Alden Bca,e put to sea yesterday. ftak-
ing advantage of a liht northeast wind that set in
about noon. After the pilot left her she got be-
calmed, and was drifting in towards the reef. Tho
Captain deemed it advisable to signal for a pilot
again," "and al; to obtain the services-of-a-tng j
boat. Both pilot and tugboat , started .to his as- j
sistance but before reachiug the vessel, a favorable
hrwzn carried the Alden Besse beyond their I
On Sunday, the 2d December, the S. S. Australia
may be expected from the Colonies en route to San
Francisco." By the City of New York, news was
received that the Australia would not ; sail on the
date previously advertised. ' The S. S. Alameda
will be the next vessel for the Coast. The b.b.
City of Sydney, with the next mail from the Coast
will be due here on Saturday next, the 1st prox.
The O. P. M. B.. of which institution Mr. Sam
Lederer is the manager, professes to be ahead of
all other similar establishments in low prices. It
is certainly a convenience to the purchasers to see
all goods marked in plain figures, and further
more Mr. Lederer is always on hand up to 8 p., m.
andxIi) o'clock ou Saturday evenings.
VThe pink Camellia Japonica grown by Mr. F. W.
Macfariane, a specimen of which was on exhibition
for last two days, shows the possibility of rearing
this highly prized flower in this climate. The
flower ou view was simply perf ction, and dispels
the idea that Camellias' with a little care, cannot
be grown as readily as an ordinary rose, .
The whaling barks Helen Mar, Sea Breeze,
Rainbow, and the steamer Orca. arrived in San
Francisco on the 10th November; the steamer Bow
head on the 11th; steamers Brlcna, Narwhal, Lu
cretia, bark Hunter and brig Hidalgo on the 12th;
the bark Reindeer on the 3rd; the Fleetwing on
4th: steamer Mary and Helen and bark Mabel on
There was a brisk competition on Wednesday for
the Kapiolani Park lots. About twenty-five or thirty
shares were purchased the previous day at $50 each
entitling the purchasers to invest in the lots. Two
beach lots fetched $300 each, and one $230. Twenty-five
or thirty lots on Ihe.mauka side of the race
track," averaged $75 each." The total' amount 'real
ized exceeded $3,000.
A class of instruction in tho Hawaiian language,
under; the preceptorship of Cltfef Justice Judd, was
formed last Tuesday at the Y. M. C. A. rooms.
About thirty-five persons were .present, all, of
whom felt much pleased with1 the instruction, im
parted. The class will meet again on next Tues
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The cftwsaTg celebre of furious ridingl resulted in
a fine of $10 to the debit of each offender. Before
the so-called offenders of the law were allowed to
move beyond, the precincts of the Court, they were
again arrested on a charge of assault and battery.
The hearing of the latter charge was postponed
n n til to-day. ..... r ... .- .? -' ti "TlM
A brake collided with the Palama omnibus fast
Saturday afternoon on the road near Kalihi. The
brake capsized, and the two occupants were
forcibly ejected on to. the road, but no pne was
seriously' hurt. ' The 'bus sustained nd damage,
but the axle of the brake waa badly twisted.
A meeting f the shareholders in Wilder's Steam
ship Company was held on Monday last, when the
following officers were elected for the term of one
year : Samuel G. Wilder, President ; Wm. G, Irwin,
Vice-President ; .Samuel B: Bose, Secretary ; Wnti
C. Wilder, Treasurer ; and John H. Paty, Auditor.
The quagmire on Merchant street, near Alakea,
has been moved a little farther westward. After a
heavy shower it is simply im'pa&able for pedes
trians. There are too many sucn nuisances in tue
LIS. 1UCIV M v , W
n, especially on the footways, but this is the
it of. theni ali. ' Xs"'l 'J f.fil
The argument in the Hawaiian Gazette ctiarter
case was postponed. by-the mu-ual consent of coun
sel until Monday next. Mr. Hartvell will appear
for the Gazette, assisted by Messrs. Smith A.Thurs--
ton, and Messrs Paul Neumann and Austin Whiting
for the Minister of the Interior.
V His Ex. W. M. Gibson has disposed of the inter
est he retained in the. ''Xupepa Elele Foalcolu,'?
thus disengaging himself entirely from all connec
tion with newspaper properties.' The Elele is now
entirely in the hands of a native- - company tinder
the management of Mr. Thomas Spenoer.; s , i .
At a meeting of the shareholders of the Pacific
Navigation Co., held ou Wednesday last, Mr. A
Frank Cooke was appointed President; Mr; W.iU
Wilcox, Vice President; Mr. F. B. Oat, Secretary
aud Treasurer; and Mr. Henry Waterhouse, Audi
"Sin and its Cure" will be- the theme of Mr
f'rnzan's 20-miuute sermon at the Y. M. C. A.Sun
day afternoon service. Mrs. Cruzan. Mrs. Pierce,
and ethers will add to the song service by singing
solos, etc. A cordial invitation and welcome.
Amongst the passengers that arrived on Thurs
d ay per S. S. Alameda, were Bishop WU lis and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Young, Mr. A. S. Hartwell, Mr
O. tlnstace. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Willfong, Mr. A.
Herbert, Mr. Simon Cohn and Mr. Geov Vogt,
A new sidewalk is about to be laid around Messrs
F. A. Schaefer & Co.'s building. The curbstones
to be used are of granite recently import d from
China by Messrs. Wing Wo Chan & Co.
The ratifications of the Postal Money' Order
Convention between this oo'intrj and , the United
States were exchanged at Washington on 2d in
Stank ) t i- 4U -Si.-viiri..f.
Mr. James Campbell proceeds t Ewa this morn
ixg In the steamer Waimanalo. - ' - -
At a meeting of the Knights of Pythias, Oahu
Lodge, No. 1, held on Wednesday last, the follow
ing resolutions were passed in regard to their late
friend and brother, Henry L. Sheldon :
Castle Hall of Oar Loikie, No. 1, J
Knights of Pxthias,
' Honolulu, November 21, 18S3. )
."Whereas, -It has pleased the all-wise Creator of
heaven and earth to call to Himself the spirit of
our friend and brother, Henry Laurens Sheldon, a
former member of this Lodge and one of its or
ganizers ; and, " v
Whxeeas, At the . meeting . of the Lodge, held
evening, the undersigned were instructed to
dr suitable . resolutions, to be presented to the
H"""" .. .
not soon be forgotten ; that his family have to
mourn the losa of an ever-kind and indulgent
father, and the members of this Lodge, especially
j its founders, regret the taking away of an old
1 friend, a genial companion, and an earnest co
worker, j . 'I
Jiesohed, That the sympathy of this Lodge be
tendered to the bereaved funnily of the deceased,
who mourn the loss of .a K ' who cannot be
replaced, but who has gore ro join the faithful
Tanner oi many jears, to u.ui
true and loving husband.
he was ever a
Resolred, That copies of these resolutions be
furnished to tho press lor publication,
. Geo. Williams, P. C,
II. H. Webb, P. C.,
C. H. CVsBK,
Committee of Correspondence.
' Mr.' Geo. S. Duncan, a civil engineer .'of consid
erable repute in Australia, passed through on Tues
day on the S. S. City of New York, for England.
This gentleman proceeds to England in the inter
est of the Melbourne Tramway Co., a corporation
which is about to expend, the sumof 1,500,000 on
a complete system of tramways for the city of Mel
bourne and suburbs. This scheme is the largest
of the kind ever projected. , s
The' services "of the police were called into requi
sition on Saturday night to quell a disturbance on
Liliha street that originated amongst some Ger
mans living in the neighborhood of tho olcL match
At !he Supreme Court in Bankruptcy on Thurs
day, creditors of Horace G. Crabbe, an adjudicated
bankrupt, proved their claims which amounted to
over $5,000. - Mr; John Russell appeared for the
bankrupt. ' - - - '
The American bark Titan, Uaptaiu Non in, from
Portland, Or., bound to Hongkong with Chinese
paswugcrs; called into this port on Thursday for
wat"r. She procied.id ou her voyage ycKterday.
(Sunday morning, at Fort street Church, a
Thanksgiving Suuday School concert will take the
place of the usual services. Tho church will lie
decorated for tho occasion. . ,
Nov. 30th will be the Feast of St. Andrew and
the congregation will honor by anticipation tho
recurrence of the festival of tho Saint after whom
the Cathedral is named.
The Hon. A F. Judd returned from Hawaii last
Sunday per S. S. Likelike ; also several members of
the legal fraternity who had attended the Wainiea
In the passenger list per Mariposa there appeared
the name of F. Duprce, and that person wishes it
to be clearly understood that ho has uot left the
Oysters for the million arrived by the Alameda.
The Windsor Saloon, as U9ual, have received an
abundant supply, and the expert opener is always
In the "By Authority" column will be found an
important notice relative to Portuguese Immigra
tion,' issued by the Minister of the Interior. 5
Lady Rosels rry, before leaving San Francisco
gave the authorities $100 for distribution among
the Jewish poor.
Thursday, tho 29th iustant is the day appointed
by the President of the United States to be ob
served as Thanksgiving day.
The bark Alden Besse sails for Hongkong to-day.
In addition to her through passengers, she takes
100 Chinese from here.
The German Benevolent Society invite all Ger
mans to attend a meeting to be held at the Ger
man Club, this evening.
An assault and battery case in which three of
onr"well known citizens are the defendants will be
heard this morning before the Police Justice. ?
The Armory w.1.1 not available for the Working-
menu's Union last Tuesday. ' They assembled m the
upper storv of Mr. Gartenburg's store.
A band boy was sentenced to 48 hours' imprison
ment on Saturday last for kissing his wife. She is
a leper and an inmate of the Branch Hospital. '
By the City of New York.we learn that the Gil
bert Islanders, per Julia, arrived safely at tlte:2
'Edward Haulan, the champion .oarsman ef tire
world, will pass through Honolulu on tho next
Pacific Mail boat, en route to Australia.
The D. C. Murray arrived at San Francisco on
11th instant, 28 days passage from hence. ,
The steamer Hankow arrived at Hull. England,
on the 13th instant.
The S. S. Alameda made the last upward trip in
6 days and sixteen hours.
Thanks to Purser Sutton for favors to the Adver-
A new-bookkeeper has arrived from England for
Messrs. Thee. H. Davies A Co. . ;
Mr. Horn publicly thanks the insurance agents
for the prompt settlement of his claims. , , (
The Board of Health calls for Tenders for horse
feed, to be sent in to-day.
Mr. Michael Thompson, a barrister at law, hat
recoivdd lot tot's' of denization from His Majesty.'
Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co. have our thanks
for some valuable foreign papers.
Messrs. Lyons Sc Levey hold a regular cash sale
to-day. "" 1'-
The Koloa milt started grinding on Monday
The Alden Besse sailed yesterday for Hongkong.
Bant Concert. , . j . .
Tho baud will play Hi Emma Square this Satur
day afternoon at 4 o'clock:
March Defilir Lengly
Overture Fra Diavolo Auber
Cavatina Siege of Corinth Presoini
Selection Aida (new) Vtrdi
Waltz--Flowing Spring inew) Waldtenfel
Polka Red and Black (new) Coote
The band will also play as usual on Monday
evening in Emma Square. .;..:'' . ; -yi- ?
, a , . I ,.".--.-, -
The Fort-st. Church choir, Sunday evening will
give a Thanksgiving Praise Serviced The following
will be the order of service : .
lOrgan and Violin Voluntary
Mrs. A. F. Judd and Professor Yarndley.
2- Invocation i. ..The Pastor.
3- Bespon8e, "Gloria in Excelsis," Choir.
4- Beading Psalm. .....Tho Pastor j
5- An them, " I was glad when they said unto me,"
6- Beading New Testament Lesson...
" f U ' " Rev. W. C. Merritt.
7- Hymn, " Praiso to God,". Choir & Congregation.
8- Prayer Rev. Dr. Damon.
8-Ilesponse, "The Sacrifices of God," 1 1 ( . r Choir.;
10- Ahiiottnceniciss.J .' 5. . - - - - JThe Pastor.
11- Offertoire, "Lift Thine Eyes,".., .. . ,
' Mrs. Cruzan, Mrs. Hanford, Mrs. Brown.1
12- Hymn, " Come Sound His Praise,"....
Choir and Congregation.
13-TTgiv;ng address . tft . .Jt, lt Th , Pastor.
14 Anthiii, "Ofor the wings Dove," ;..... Choir.
15HymnfIyjh in,. the Heavens'; , '
' v i i -; T .j' Choir and Congregation.
lG-Dismission. .-'' '.
France it ml China.
New York, November 10. The Times' London
cablegram says : The Marqois Tseng has an
nounced that ho has no information of any offer
of mediation, nor is it true that he has any in
formation that Ferry gives the Peking Govern
ment a months' delay in order to decide whether
to sustain or abandon the garrison at Bacninih.
The Marquis Tseng believes the attack on Bac
nimh would precipitate open war. Meanwhile
the Dew Chinese war ships and torpedo boats,
which have been built at Stettin, where several
others were built a few years ago, are about to
leave Europe, manned by English and Chinese
crews, with English engineers Bismarck defi
antly refused to give crews of German sailors.
A cable to the Tribune from London says: The
Franco-Chinese situation continue one of the
utmost gravity and not less so because the Fer
ry Ministry persist in ignoring the probability of
a serious conflict. The hopes arising from Chal-Iemel-Lacour's
withdrawal fiom the Foreign Of
fice and the belief that Ferry would be more
reasonable, have been dashed by the Premier's
declaration expressing contempt for the military
power of China, and utter disbelief that China
will resent the French demands. Iu the mean
time Chinese telegrams convict Tricou of false
hood in telegraphing Li Hung Chang's disavow
al of the Marquis Tseng, whom the Chinese
Government fully sustain. Li Hung Chang also
denies his alleged disapproval of the coarse of
the 'Marquis Tseng. The European press is
filled with amazement at Ferry's duplicity, which
remains without any attempt at apology, though
the French Ministerial papers call upon patriotic
Frenchmen to believe their own Government in
preference to foreigners. Groundless tumors of
French successes have been set afloat in Paris
during the week, but are not believed, save in
Paris, where credulity is boundless. The credit
of 9,000,000 francs, demanded by the Ministers,
is regarded here as only one more effort to belit
tle the seriousness of the enterprise to which
France stands committed. "It is not enough,''
say the English papers, "to pay for coal for
Hongkong, ' November 13. Three thousand
French re-enforcements have arrived in Anam
and will hi sent to Hai-Noi immediately. It is
expected an advance will be made on Sontay in a
Paris, No ember 13. The .Telegiaphe says :
Marquis Tseng has been induced to visit Paris
by a conciliatory interview with Waddingtou, the
French F.m'iassador lit London.
'Ktni'-AuUiiriit Fruuqurt, coiiuuiitidiiier the
Fr id, fir 1 1 in Aliiiau unttrfc, is a ointed to
OMiiui.m.l tin- tiet-t iu ih Pu-itio --nu.
L hi. loii. November 14. Marquis Tseng is
pivp.u.-il to preseat mi ultimatum to tiie French
Gov-riiiut nt .mid demaud his passports, if the
Fiviii-h forces at Tmjuiu tn.ik" an attack npou
Biicuiiiih and Soutay
CKk-rtgn, November 2d. At a meeting of
Irish 1 mi, ou the 15th of List month, resolu
tion 4 .vr-re passed instructing its Oituirtnan to
coiiiiniiiiicate with the State Department of the
Unit il Siutc-s, with the view of seudiug instruc
tions to the American Minister in Great Britain
to use his influence toward s curing an impar
tial trial for O'Donuell, itn Auierioau citizen, ou
the charge of the munb r of the iuforiuer Carey,
and risk a relaxation of tho rules of practice
before the British Courts, to the extent of allow
iun nn American to act us O'Dunnell's counsel.
In reply, a letter was received from Secretary
Freliughuysen, in which he says :
"In the event of its being ascertained that
Patrick O'Donntll is an American citizen, he
will receive from the Executive Department of
this Government all the protection to which ho
is entitled, in harmony with the resolutions you
.enclose. It is not in the power of this Depart
ment to ask a modification of the ruling of the
Court in a particular pending action.
Liverpool, November 5th. Chief Justice
Coleridge returned to-day from the United
States. He expressed himsolf much satisfied
with his trip.
Lyons, November 5th. 7'he Anarchists ex
ploded an infernal machine in front of tho man
sion of a wealthy merchant. Immense damage
was done to the building, but no one hurt.
Ottawa, November 5th. The Dominion Gov
ernment has been requested by the United
States authorities to furnish further informa
tion in relation to the operation of the Postal
Savings Bank system of Canada.
, Chicago, November 2d. Congressman Finerty
has received the following cablegram from A.
M. Sullivan, dated London: " It is positive
that none but members of the English bar will
be allowed active participation in Court." This
refers to the trial of O'Donnell for the murder
of the informer Carey.
To Shipping Merchants, Masters of Vessels,
Mariners, Planters and the Public gen
erally: The undersigned, successors to M. Davis, the
original and only manufacturers of Oil Clothing in
this Kingdom, beg to inform you trtat we have
on hand and are manufacturing a COMPLETE
ASSOKTMEXT of OIL CLOTHING, and are pre
pared, to fill all orders for Good in that line
These goods are manufactured under M. Davis'
" PATENT PROCESS," aud are inade from the
BEST MATERIAL and in the MOST WORKMAN
LIKE MANSER. They are warranted NOT TO
STICK when packed or folded, and ARE NOT
The high reputation these goods have acquired.
through the skill and long experience of Mr. M.
Davis, will be maintained by us, and we shall en
deavor to give our customers FULL VALUE FOR
Asking for ourselves a continuance of the liberal
patronage bestowed ou our predecessor,
v - 5 We remain, very respectfully, yours,
M. W. McCHESNEY, A SON.
42 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Mar31 d tf
LOVEJOY 6l CO.,
MERCHANT STKGETi UuNObULC,
IM1V RTKRS AND JOBUER3 OF
Ales, Wines and Spirits,
lTIdH TO INPOBM OLD f &IEND3 AND THE
V public xeaerally that they have now a more com
plete and larger aaaotinient oi
Choice and Desirable Goods
Than ever before, which they
Sell at Lowest Possible Prices-
W are conaUntir receiving addition to our tock, and
ieei rare ot uviux hiwwuvu mi u mwvo-
ADVERTISERS AND SDOSCR1BERS
Cta Seai nneT Dse Tkls OfSes
By.P.O Money Order,
WITHOUT TKOUBLE 0EJEI8K.
Regular Cash Sale.
This Day, Saturday, November 24th,
AT 10 A. M.t AT SALESROOM , WILL BE OFFEKED
A LARGE QUANTITY OF
Hou' hold mrnltare.
Book and Maffaaiufw,
Sack fingmr and Oulou. .
B50 Boxm Apples, ana.
One Top Bir-
ISfTOfllS 6k LEVEY,
Tlie Cireat American
No. 17 Nuuanu
Street, , .
Will sell for ca days, oonimttucliiK ni
Saturday, "November 17tli,
THE ENTIRE HTOCK OV-'-
i .- .
Gents' Furnishing Goods. Hats, Etc.,
At prfc'i-s Itn thaii Manufacturer' Oji.
Oh account of building a unw store on our ir?Meut
premises, everything In our Jina MCST BE HOLD. W
invite the attention ot all U to Whom money Is un ol
Ject. to the extremely LOW fUICEH we have jl;u'e 1 on
our realH flrnt-rliws and deniable irrade of Uoo.l :
Gents' Complete, Buslneis Suits al 7 50
The very het of iscotch Twr da and Clnvi-it iill ua 1
: ; , '. : ' i i.-- .Vur"i'r8-" -( -1
Cents' Merino Undershirts, COc.
(Worth fl). ' "'
. , . (i . , I ' "
Gents' Lisle Thread Undershirts. ' 73c,
. , - i (Worm fi ) : ; ; is..
Cents' Superfine English Hose,
At -0 Cent per Pair.
From 75 cents upward. 1 ' '
40I)ozm Boyi' White Shirti. 75 Cents
35 Dozen E;ys' Calico Shirts, at 75 Cents
We Guarantee our prices to be loWPr for HrMt-cWihM yoo.l
than can be bought at any other bouse si tliln Klndvm.
A visit to our store will be Uiie well spent, u I, .
. ; ; I :.-'t .. r
Remember tlie Niimbof,
IT TTuuanu Street.
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