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""'TUESDAY, NOV. 11, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS. "
Ulblo Class: at Lyceum, 7:30.
A.O.F., Court of Lunnlilo: 7:1)0.
Lecture, on Rivera, by Cnpt. E. C.
Dutton, nt Music Hall. 7:30
FISHER'S CHAMPAGNE CIDER.
This is n warm country, unci being
wium is dry, and being dry makes
people drink. Sonic drink ,w.itor,
others drink tea and coffee ; some
drink wines and ales, otliers Iiavc a
thirst for spirituous liquors; somo
say there is nothing like beer, while
otliers approve of cordials and
minted waters: extremely few arc
satisllcil with nature's simple pre
paration the pure juice of the
Those who crave for nothing
(stronger than tea, coffee, and choco
late may procure all they need art
the 'various coffee saloons, at .nil
hours of the day and a good part of
the night. Those whdsc tastes lie in
the direction of wines, ales, and
ardent spirits have their wants at
tended to by wholesale- importers
and numerous retail dealers. Tlioso
who coiifluo themselves to cool non
intoxicants can get cVc'ry variety,
any quality, and an endless quantity
from local manufacturers.
jFor drinks of the hist mentioned
class wo arc pretty thoroughly in
dependent of outside supply. IIol
lister & (Jo. manufacture all kinds
of .jcratcd waters lemonade, soda
water,, sarsaparilla, ginger-ale, &c,
George makes " Orange Cider,"
Peter Fernandez " Excelsior Cider,"
niid Fisher 'fe Son manufacture a
beverage which they call " Cham
The manufactory of the last
named firm Fisher & Son Ms
located at No. 13, Liliha street,
where they have carried on the
business for a number of years.
Their cider lias always had th'o.re?
putatipn of In ing a. (superior article.
Unabiding and even increasing
demand, in face of active competi
tion, is the best evidence of public
In all parts of the world it is a
common tiling for compounders and
vendors of all kinds of rubbish to
announce that their commodities arc
made of the purest and best ingredi
ents, but they are usually averse to
the public seeing anil 'testing Ihose
ingredients for tlienuelves. Not so
witli Messrs. Fisher & Son. AVhen,
n few days ago, a member of the
Bui.r.rnx staff called at their factory
and intimated a curiosity to know
something about the contents of a
beverage' which lie had ahcady
learnt; to appreciate, he was politely
shown around the establishment, and
permitted to inspuctaiid examine the
material used, lie left fully satis
fled that Fisher's Champagne Cider
is made of pure and wholsomo in
gredients. Our representative was also
shown some medical certificates,
which speak in iiumistnkcablo lanjju
ngc. Dr. Shipley testilies, "Having
examined the Champagne Cider, I
iind it entirety free from any dele
terious intrrcdients. Its component
parts compribo a beverage which I
have never been equaled for its nnti
bilious, tonic, and invigorating pro
perties. I commend it unhesitatingly
as a- refreshing and an eminently
healthy drink for our tropical
climate." No less an authority than
Dr. McOrcw declares " that the
material from which it is made js
puic and harmless," and endorses it
as " a very pleasant and healthful
Temperance people must; not sttp
pofao because this beverage is labeled
' Champagne Cider " that it is real
ly champagne or cider, or a combin
ation of both, in the sense of being
the fermented juice of grapes or
apples. Jt hi a non-nlcoholic, un
intoxicating drink, which allays
thirst, refreshes and invigorates, but
docs not inebriate' and brutalize;
and the manufacturers' advice " to
drink Fisher's Champagne Cider" is
deserving of consideration.
Tin: Alaska was to leave Ililo yesterday,-
ami therefore may be ex
pected to arrive hci e to-day.
B37',Vhite open front shirts, at
Clius. J. Fishcl's Leading Millinery
&SyE:t ZcaliuHljii, Gouts fluo
Tvcud Suits, utUIiiW, J.NFisliclH
THURSDAY'S RACES. )
The entries for the races , on
Thursday are as follows :
l--King'B Cup. .- -Yacht .race, 5
2 Two-oarcd boats, 2 entiles.
3 Ljliuokalani Purse, Barge
race, 2 entries.
1 Honolulu Purse. Canoe race,
5 Public- Purse. Whale-boat
race, 3 entries.
C Four-oared Gig race, 3 entries.
.7 Amateur 'Purse, I entries.
8. Swimming, 5 entries.
0 Yacht race, C entries. ,
10 Single Scull race, 2 entries.
11 Queen's Cup. Six-oared Gig
race, 3 entries.
12 Sailing Canoe race, 10 entries
10 Like-like Purse. Six-oared
Gig race, 3 entries.
II Diving Contest, 3 entries.
lf Tug-of-war in Canoes, C
10 Tub race, -1 entries.
17 Swimming T;ug-of-wnr, 5 en
tries. 18 Kalakaua Purse, liargc race
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Why should engines be run home
from a lire? It is all well enough to
run to a flic, but why from it?
Ykstkhay morning, according to
custom, the Band played in the
Last week a Chinaman was
crushed by the stone crusher roll
ing on him, at the foot of Pauoa
Wi: arc told that one saloon pro
minent for selling liquor to natives,
took over $900 over the bar last
Saturday night, week.
Tin: engine of Engine Co. No. -1,
on returning from the lire on Friday
had its brake broken, and the brake,
Wi: hear that the native whiskey
driiikcis arc trying to arrange a'
deputation of themselves to wait on
His Majesty to-morrow at the levccf
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SuxDAY-afteruoon the King's boat,
Mr. Cummins's boat and the I!ed
White and Blue, wore the object of
admiration to spectators on the
Evuhy day the uccd of a Govern
ment Analytical' Chemist is more
and moro fcU. Some active and
practical steps ought to be taken in
A ni:r,L7.ATii)X ought to bo issued
preventing the blowing of engine
whistle. &c, and the rest of the
hub-bub tisunl on returning from a
tire. . Jt -is more like a circus pro
cession than anything else.
Cut. C. E. Dutton, of tlio U. S.
Geological Sur.ycy, will inaugurate
the series of foi tniglitly lectures, to
be held in the Music Hall to-night, at
7:30 o'clock. The subject announced
is " Hivcrs."
Wi: hear that the Oalm College
Trustees have bought the ground
and buildings on Bcrctania street, at
the head of Uichanl street, known as
the Armstrong Premises, for $10,
000. They propose to erect, a build
ing for a primary school there.
Amoxost Mr. Thrum's other sur
prises for the young folks arc sonic
tiny little volumes about 1 inch long
by & an inch broad. He even has
some of these almost invisible vol
umes arranged in boxes as libraries.
Thk Library and Reading Boom
Association arc starting a good work.
Regular fortnightly lectures on wcll-
choijer? 'subjects' by,' able moti will,.
no doubt, bo welcomed ,by the entire
community, and will also bo of
much benellt from an educational
point of view.
Ox Emilia street everything used
to bo quiet and peaceful before tho
1st of October. Now almost every
night noiso and row pervade, tho at
mosphere, so that the pious liousc
dwcllcr uses sulphureous languago
to soothe his insonmiferous mind to
its accustomed rest. Why doesn't
the policeman on that beat, lock up
these drunken revellers?
T" Don't ride jfinlssionary horso?'
Why isn't the water laid on to
Knpiolanl Park? Dwellers there
leave to transport their dflnkiiig
water &c. -in pitchers. . .
"Vu saw yesterday n natural
curiosity in the bauds of a native,
which ho had brought from Kanc
olic, Koolnu. It was a lump of sca--sand
held together by bars and
lump's M 'solid lava, very much worn
and polished by the action, of watci
It had a unique appearance, and
was about 0. inches by (.inches.. .
Tin: gas was leaking from the
meter nt the British Club on Satui
dny night at fl :30. A servant went
to examine into matters with a lamp.
The gas took tiro and llauicd up
about 10 feet, but was promptly
extinguished by the presence of
mind of a gentleman wh6'thrcw a
wet blanket over it.
Ofk'ict.iis Mchrtcns and Oaijt
made a raid on some Chinese gam
blers in a house on Hotel street, op
posite Smith street, on Saturday
afternoon. They captured 5, and
about 0 or 7 got away. Tlioso cap
tured were brought up boforo the
Court yesterday and remanded till
Wednesday. The lay-out and a
small sum of money were also cap
tured. Wk hear that the letters sent
round to the Privy Councillors niid
Nobles concerning the Coronation,
contained a request' for them to send
in $200 to bo remitted to the Cham
berlain for tho purchase of a Ccuirt
suit. The answers were asked for
before the departure of the next
steamer. How many of them have
consented and forwarded thcii$2p0?
That's what we'd like to know. '
On November Dili, nt Aliikon, Kuhn.
bin, lConlniipoko, to tlio wifu of T. A.
L'(yil,n on. . .-. ... .
V Now Lot of j i
! .Smoking , ' v (
' ' 'Tobacco
Just Received at
A. S. Clo-horii & Co'
WILL bo rccclvetl at the office of the
uiidcr.slgaed until noon, SAT.
UHDAY, the 3.1th of November, 1832,
for a lease of ten year, from the 1st of
December, 1332, of the premises in Ma
noa Valley, belonging to the. estate of
Charlei Long, deceived. OHers of terms
of lensu may bo mnilo for these premises
cither as a whole or sepaiately, for one,
two or three of tho following divisions
of the same, i. e.:
lht The Homestead and Lot belong
2nd The Kula Land, with the Buna
mis, and other improvements llieieon.
3rd The Iuilo and Bice patches, with
her lice now growing in them.
Possession to bo given immediately.
Surveys and deeds as expense of lessee.
Bents payable senibniinually, in ail.
Tho undersigned lescrves to himself
(he light to decline any or all tendeis,
either for Iho whole ot the picmi'-es, or
for any or all of the separate lots, us
For fuither pailiculars apiilv to
1 A. SUHAEFEH,
2J5 Atlmr. Estate of Chas. Long.
, Thanksgiving Turkeys !
A LOT OF PBIME YOUNG
Bear of No. 20 School Street.
Miss Preseolt'K School
For Gbis and Boys,
(Fernandez's now Cottage), KhiK street,
IS NOW OPEN.
ArconnnodaUoii (or a few boarding pu
pils. ' 'ii'i iw
ltoytd Hinvaiian Agricul-
J10AIID OP MANAOEMKNT1
President Ills Majesty the King
Vice-President.,. Hon. II. A. (Wlilemanii
-non. a. a. tiicgiioru
Hon. A. F. Jitthl
.., A.AV. Hush
...., fDr. MeKIbbln
. .. Dr. Tiousscau
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Treasurer. . . .
SeeiTtary J. S, "Webb
Tho Boaiil of Management lnvllp all
who are interested in plantations and
fanning pursuits; In the raising of
stock; in Horticulture and Pisciculture,
to become memhors of this Society.
Subscriptiqn, $5 pur annum; Llfo
Sii,becrlptloilfl may be paid to' any
member of.tJioBourd, or to the Sverctnry
Mr. J. S. Vebb, from whom copies of
rules may lie obtained. ' '
By order of thoBonrd,'' ''
' - , . J. 8. WEDD, Scc'v.
Hquolulu, Nov, 7t 1683,- m' ,i ,2i5H
CHRISTMAS V' f
. J. T. Waterliorise
lias epeelully linnoilcil a large quantity
v Suitable lor Presents '
i for both old mid young.
Beautiful Pictures In splendid gilt Iramcs,
' ' aitt Bracket iinit flicks, " ' '
. . VtirK Domm and Huskcut,-
Besks, Bri'-f-bif: Case, Iiikstnmlx,
OloM) unit lliindkerelilcf Boxua,
Book Slides, Satchels
UJincliniis unnii, wooa nnu menu,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS, -"
llqws nnd, Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon,
Papier-Macho Card Trays,
From r cents to ffSS, dressed &undrcss'd
Doll's TrouM-cnitx and every requisite,
Parlor ! nines,
ComncndhiniR, Star Hingotuttc,
Triple Bowling, Balance Games &c
E2f" Everything will be found .to please
the most fiiMldioiiH taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
want of a present.
No. 10 Fort Street.
A. O. F. COURT LUNALILO,
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THE Offlccrs and Members of the
above Lodge are huieby notllicd to
attend the next llegulnr Meeting,
On Tuesday, November 14th, 1882,
In the Knights of Pythias Ball, as there
yill lie bufiut-ss of gu-at iuiportaacc.
Ylnitbig Biuthrun aio eoulhilly in
vited to attend.
Ew A. HART,
2-JOlw Chief Bnnger.
Gexne'.cle la Creme.,
rHllE Ice Factories aro lu full blast,"
JL anil so a'ro
Elite Ioe Cream Parlors!
They are just freezing, which Is
What you want in this Weather,
' ' 'and don't yo'u forget It t "' '
Ice Cream can be had from 11 a. m.
to 11 p. m. at
, ,Elito-,Ice Cream Parlors,
177 80 Hotel street.
One New Basket Phseton,
Complete in every u-spect, with tho very
241 lw G. "WEST.
i A COBDS FIREWOOD, already cut,
a. j aim spin lor move mzc. iticc
low. Must be sold.
FOR SALE, at CavciiaghM Agency,
88 King street:
1 Good Milch Cow, calf at foot,
1 California Cow, superior breed.
1 (Inlet Saddle Hoiee dial given
will carry a lady. ' 2!W
T"URING mvlcmnoiarrnbsciiro from
XJ this Island, Mr. A. Uahtkxiiisim '
will act for mo under a full Power of
210 CHAS. J. FISIIEL.
TOURING the temporary absence of
JlJ .ur. v. u. lrwia irom tins Jving.
doni, Mr. "V. M. Gii'KAitn will attend to
tho business of our houc.
220 2m WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
' 'WILL AIIIIIVE
2!W 114 Fort Street. Ow
Dlt. Do TTKIES,
TETERINARY 8 U R G E O N, rcsl.
T deiico anil .Medical , Rooms and
Stables, near tho corner of Vtcloria rt.,
on UerOtania' street. ' I
Cures all kinds of Dumb Animals. I
All Hordes and Cattlo perfectly cured
or no compensation asked. I .
My Diploma was granted 1y tho "Loy-'
den" Unhewlty at llolhiml.
tSTLoavo in dew at J.'Ei Wlsemah'ti
Onice, , Merchant -street, 'ornf-my rcsl
dunce, v ' '- -' 2ij0lw'- '
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7 v If yoinvnnt to sco tho i
Largest Stock 'of Leather
In the Kingdom
i .v ..
o to 4'i (uccii Htrcct.
If you want to eco
Tho Beat Quality 'of Leather
In tho Kingdom,
(Jo to 4 lttccn Hlrcct.
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If you want to
Buy Loathor at tho Lowo'st
Prices In the Kingdom, - '"
do (o 4 ((nccii Hifect.
If you want to Buy the
Best Quality of Groceries
,, r i.i1JoJii,it,(I",i . . -,.,
'o to -J)4 (luecii Htrcct.
If you want
More for your Money
than you can buy elsowhero In
' tho Klhgiiom,
G-q to 42 Giueen St.
M, W. McOHESNEY & JON.
, ,i Mlii
ftafJPlnin featcens nil colors, at
Chas. J. Fiahol'd Leading Millinery
Hoifsc. ' " 235
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Milliuory & Pa ncy, Articles
Received, by every blcamcr. , j,,,, 1
Old Established Millinery' Establlshmbnl,1
181 10a Fort street, , 'ly,,
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OWNERS ,of,Rcn iEstnto.nill always
find if. toticlr advantage to plnc
Ihclr housCH hint lands1-in my c'aro'fdr
disposjil.nH lam the only acknowledged
Real Eiite Biokcr on the IsbmiU,
Agents aifd Planters, mill till other em
ployers of mechanics and laborers will'
do well to notify me when vacancies pc-
Leases, tlcctl'hAud, movtgages, and
all 'other legal payors drawn In proper '
form. ' , .
Books and accounts 'kept, ,
Letters ftud Engrossing done,
niid 'general business olll'co woi-k of'
every description attended to ami always' '
on the mosj rvaponnbla teims. .
JOSEPH E. 'WISEMAN,' -if
Ofilcc 27 Jlerchant Street, Honolulu.
Telephone 172. P. O. Box; 315'
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
nil pci-Hins that at a nu-clliiir held
Oct. aist, 1882, of Hitlwrlbcre to tho '
stook'of the Onomea Sugar Co., it was.
voted to accept aClmiterof V corpora,
tion granted to them and the Asocintcs
and succe.ssjqr.s, under the corj f.te namo
and stylo of the Onnmc.i Sugar Co., on
the 20th day of October, 1882, and that
the corporation, under Paid Charter,
thereupon organized itself and elected
tho following nnnieil ofllccrs of tho
8 L AUSTIN Pi cedent
J AUSTIN Vice-President
P O JONES, Jit.. ....Secretary
Gil ROSS Treasurer
JO CARTER Auditor
Notice is further glv.cn that pursuant to
tho torpisof wiiil Charter, "No Stock
holder shall Iniliyhlually bo liable for
the debts of tho dorn&rallon beyond the
amount which shall bo duo upon tho
sharoor shares held or owned by him.
self.' P.O. JONES, Jn.,Soc'y.' '
"VTOTIOE IS" HEREBY GPKEN TO
o.i an persons iimrat a hieetllig held '
on the 51st day Ort.. 1882, of tubsftribcrs .
to tho stock of tboraukaa Sugnr Cb., It.
was voted to'atccpta Charter of Incorpo'
ration granted to them and their asso.,,,1
viiuL-xiim miTOMm, unner tno corpornlo
namo iind styio'of thoPaukint Sugar Co..
on tho-20ti day of Oct., 1882,nml that,
tho corporallon, under said Charter,
thereiipon orgnnlcil itself and elected
tho following named ofllccrs of , tlio.
' B. L. Austin.
1 'fi ' , v j .i,'resiilont,
L'stin Vico Piesldcnt,
3NES. llll. . .Beo'v .fe VrM.nrn'MI II
P. C. Jones,
rt:,V: VF.v.-- ivAnPor,.,,
Notlco Isfuthcr1 irlven iln.r nrii,nnf'
to tho terms of said Charter, " No Stock,
holder shall individually, boRnpla.Jqr
the debts of tho corporation beyond tho
amount 'which slut 1 he Aim ilnhn tWo'
hlSwol llmC6 ior PWeHi4i1Vg&
V, 0. Jo.ves. Mbco'rilMitf-J
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