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MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1882.
--THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:80
Algnrohn Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:!M).
Hand Concert nt Emmn Square,
nt 7 :30, weather permitting. j
TIME RECORD OF THE RACE8.
I. Yacht llnco, King's Cup: Kri
hiliilani, Hi. fiOm. CIscc. ; IJestlcss,
21i. -1 in. ; Small, 21i. dm. ; Knholo
mun, 2h. 11 in. 8scc.
', 2. Two-oared Boats: Queen
Emma, 10m. lace. ; Kaiiunvai, 10m.
3. Liliuokalani Purse, Barge
1'uce: Koahouhc, U2in. 4-Ucc. ;
. llauakcoki, 82m. Slscc. ; Knpiolai
, lcluut, 33m. llecc.
A. Six-paddlc Canoe Race: Lelc
T.anue, 11m. ; Kokcauilmlacac, Mm.
kfc. "Whalcboat Race: Kckaa, 21m.
C. Kululaiii Purse, d-oarcd Gigfe:
Bed, White and Blue, 22m. 5'Jhce. ,
Pualn, 23m. lOscc.
7. Amateur Purse: noracc.
8. Swimming Kacc, J mile: Opu
won in 3m. 1 lscc.
0. 2nd class Yacht Waco : Pump
kin Seed, 5'Jm. 3 Ibcc. ; Emma, lh.
1m. 37 sec; Sea "Waif, 111. Cm.
10. Single Scull Bacc : Tcnekakc,
Dili. 02 sec
II. Queen's Cup, C-oarcd Gigs:
7'rKapuaala, 19ni. 27sec ; ililia, 19m.
5 Ibcc. ; Kanoclani, 20m. COscc. ; Kit
, piolani, 20m. 57scc.
(V 12. Sailing Canoe Bacc: Ivalani(
v28m. 57scc. ; Keaumiki, 30m.
'" 13. Likclikc Purse. G-oared Gigs:
JCapuaala, 18m. 22scu. j Milia, 20m.
' Ab sec.
.Z, Id. Diviuc; Contest: Pclcliu rc
t maincd tinder water 2min. 30scc.
Y (,J8. Kalakaua'Pursc, Barge Bacc :
True Blue, 27inln., 31sec. 5 Ilaua
I SCENE FROM WANT OF MONbY :
.,. on A ministeu's jitounr.K.
)n(An unpublished drama in 5 acts.) '
11! Scene: The Premier's Office,
' Char. : The Premier, and Assessor
G. B. (not Geo. Bex.)
P. Will you, pray, be so oblig
ing as to rcpc.it to mo that passage
I pointed out to you when you took
office, utteicd by that mumbling old
Hebrew to the great and illustrious
.Sig. Antonio ?
A. (repents) Signor Antonio
many a time and oft on the Bialto
have you rated mo
P.' Stop there ! Have you fol-
' lowed in the loot stops of that great
man Antonio ? the necessity of w Inch
was' broadly intimated to you on a
A. Your Highness' Excellency,
"I nave rated, assessed, and taxed
over and over again, every tiling I
could lay my hands or eyes upon, or
heard of, or guessed at, 'till theic
is not nothing left for to rate, and
, .nobody hasn't got no nioic money
to pay with ; and if you still w ant
more, you will have to go in for that
.pound of llcsh talked about further
on in that story, and I don't know
nny butcher in this country who
would uridcrtakc to cut it so line as
A FEW GERMS FROM IRENEUS.
(Cojlll'll fur till) IUTI.M.TIN.)
It is better to be stupid than
witty, when wit, is out of time nud
place. It is better not to laugh at
;ilj,t than 6 laugh when mirth is
" " "lis pitiful to court a grin when
voii should win a soul. So, did not
Paul." No amount of preaching
however cloquctit or serious, can
alone for such an abuse of the
The men whose biiliiant jests and
ntnusing stories, entertain an audi
liiice of iuimoital souls, arc not the
preachers who win the most Burners
lo'Savior, ' . , .
A friend calls our attention to the
presence bf mangy, leprous ciirs in
the Fish-Mnrkel. They ought to
be ' seized and destroyed by tho
Dolfco', ' 'as ' tlicv are capable of
THIS WAS KI81I1.D OUT OF THE BIUP'S
cook's corrium AnEiitTiu: hack.
You sporting men, both fnr niul nenr, be
cnreful what you do,
Before you back tho'colorcd rncc ng.ilnst
We'll inko tliein up for nil they are worth
though our backers they nro fow,
Wo arc on the Heft heeled ynnkco bnrgc
nnd the boys that wear tlio blue.
Wo have tried them on the rncc course,
they were not game to bet,
For well they knew that ynnkco musolc
nccr weakened yet.
For where we've got the sen room with
bout ltnd cim.nl cicw, ,
You cm bet your bottom dollar on our
navy cult of Blue,
And If they f-hould ictnllntc to hold nlofl
Wo w 111 excuse thclrnnllvc tricks, which
)ov.cied their whnlu bout's fume,
Let them bring their fnsietl MiclLboat
with any nntlc crew,
They can chase tho ynnkco Heeler and
the boys that wear the blue.
Fiom n midship Orr,
A Hoy in Ui.uk, U.S.N.
The nboc was forw aided to us for
publication, hyono of the Alaska's sea
; . I
The tern Joseph K. Buss, with a
cargo of lumber, nrrlved on Satur
day, from Humboldt.
The sleamei' Likclikc brought I00
bags of sugar.
THE WHALING FLEET.
Cnpt. Pei'rcc furnishes us with the
following news from the whaling
fleet, under date of Nov. Uth :
New Bedford Vessels:
A. Pai kor 7 whales
Stmr. Belvidcrc 7
Bounding Billow 0
N01 thorn Light 10
Young Phoenix 2
George & Susan 4
Helen May 7
John Howland .18
J. A. Howland 4
Josephine .......... 2
Mary fcSusan, 1
San Francisco Vessels :
Stmr. Bowhend 17
Dawn , . 9
Francis Palmer f
LOCAL ANO GENERAL ITEMS.
M11. A. F. Cooicr. is building a
sail and rigging-loft on tho Ewa side
of the Fish-Mai ket.
Tub rncc between the Alaska's
crew and the King's crow did not
come off on Saturday. All bets arc
,Mn. A. W. Biciuitiiox has just
received a splendid assorted stdck
of Frcuch gaiters and straw and felt
hats, in all the latest and most
, . 1.
Tin: decisions of the Judges will
be made known this morning. All
bills and piizes will be paid at Mr.
Cr O. Bciger's office, Knahumnnu
By Monday it is said the price of
the maps of Oahu issued by the
Smvoy Department will be fixed,
and they will be for salo at tho office
of the Interior Department.
Ox Saturday, a little after noon, a
ennoe rncc took place which caused
a little, excitement. , .The Fiah
Maikct crew got beaten. Olapaka
hoc 1, Iwnlnni 2. "
Tiiu stalls round the Fish-market
were finished on Saturday. The
building is now going a credit to the
town. We take tho credit to our
selves of first calling public atten
tion to this needed improvement.
Wr. call the attention of our busi
ness men tothc fact that nn extra ves
sel of the Grossman's line of packets
is now lorfdlng nt New York to leave
for this plttec in Jnnunry. Further
paiticulars will bo found in our
advertising cplunyu ( , , , '
Two fine oil paintings can be seen
In tho Bank pallors for n few flays.'
Thoy nro dining-room plcecsj one of
'papaya, fruit and tho other bread
fruit. They were painted ' from
nature by Mrs. Gillin of Maui, and
belong to Mr. J. H. Paly. As
specimens of nature painting they,
arc exquisite and nro well woithy of
' Vfr. 'note the deatli 6f Mr. Fred
crick McCrellish, the senior pro
prietor of tho Alta Ualifornia, on
Oct. 31st. Mr. McCicllish wns well
known on the Const since T2. In,
'flt lie became Comma cinllKditor of
the Altai lll'(l I" 'cc nc became its
propiietor. He has left ills impress
ou the minds of men.
At 1 :30 on Thmsdny morning, at
the corner of Merchant and Nuuanu
sticcls, 7 or 8 drunken natives were
standing and howling out the llllhiest
language possible. They, of course,
woke all tile ncighbois. Some of
them were cither police or liaek
diivers, as it wns noticed they woio
badges. Comment is Unnecessary.
Wr. have had laid on our tabic n
beautiful caul, issued by Messrs. E.
O. Hnll & Son. It is really a work
of nrt, both in tho printing and gen
eral get up. It also contains a
named specimen of a Hawaiian fern.
The list of goods suitable for Cinist
mas gifts is very large, embracing
beautiful silver and plated ware, of
which illustrations are given. We
have personally examined the China
and glass vastfs, S.c, and they 11 yo
the most beautiful ever seen here,
being in the latest aesthetic and nrt-
Pnor. W. D. Alexander returned
from Molokai on Saturday morning,
where he had been trying to com
plete 'the piimary triangulntion of
tho islands. Bad weather, however,
interfered with the complete success
of the project. The ' signalling was
jdonc by means of heliographs
stationed on Diamond Head -and
Mokapu, on this island ; Matmaloa
'on Molokai, nnd Kancpuu on Lnnni.
These observations arc simply being
made to verify those of former years
nud it is satisfactory to know that,
even .with the bad weather, the
difference in the observations is
scarcely worth consideration.
6SF Ex Zealandin, Gonts 'fine
Tweed Suits, at Chas. J. Fishcl's.
BSfPlnin Sntccns all colors, at
Chas. J. Fishcl's Leading Millinery
In this oily. Nov. 10th. 1B82, to the
wife of Wm. II. Jnirctt, n Son.
i 1 1 itt u 1 1 - ,1 i i in 1 m
W. II. CHOSS5IAN &, BROS'
New York Lino willhuron
baik lccvlng for Honolulu
cnrlv In Jnmi.irv.
All oidcrs sent by the "81107," of Nov.
22nd, v ill reach Now- York in time to bo
forwarded by her. 20 l)t
ix auxuixK sTviii;.
-fe WALLACE JACKSON
till llllllllll.l I, 1,111 .Kill
od horio birAer.wiHhes
Nstho public to know Hint
"ho is fully nicpaicd to
take charge of block, and guiiruiitccj
to bicak them thoioujihly on hit
Ranch, and attend (iircfully to feeding
and docloilng hoiked. Helms now in
his chin go such cclebiated steeds as
Blnck TJinin nnd other IhoioughbicdR,
,nnd Um tho ccluslo chnrgo of till ot
Jlr. Jaa. Cnnipbeirs stock. JAcellent
ri'comincndntlons. Charges niodcrnto.
tSTOrdcrs left nt the Pantheon Stables
w 111 be piomptly nttendid to. 250 lm
ltoyal Hawaiian Agricul
tural Society. ,
110.M1I) OK maxaokmknt:
President. . . v , ... .Ills Jlnjcsty tho King
YitcPicHldcnt. . .Hon. II. A. widemnnu
, Hon. A.p. cicgiiom
!."l'. Hon. A.-F.J add
Committee.! ..Hon. L. McCnlly
men: ...'i.....a. w.uumi
Ticnsurcr. . . ." , .,... 'A: Jiicgcr
Secietnri.i.i . .1'.'. ., r, ...J. a. wuuh
Tho ijonrd of ilnnngcmcnt Invite nil
wL.0 nro lntcrcHtd in plnntntlons nnd
fnimlng pursuits ; in the rnlslng of
Mock Tnllortloultuio nnd Pi-clculture,
to become niombers of this Society.
$t per annum j ijiie
Suhsfivl nitons mnv bo nnid to nnv
member of tho Board, or to tho Sccietnry
Mr. J. S. Webb, from whom copies of
Milch may -bo obtained,
By order of HieBonid,
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1882.
A Good Speculation.
TO SELL, immediately, Two Frnmo
Buildings, adjoining tho Pantheon
StnbRs, on Hotel street: Must bo re.
moved right away, Suitable for cott.
ages, btnblcs, &r. Apply nt tho Pnntli-,
con Smblcsur J.E.NyIBEJIAN, Gene
ral Business Agent, W7 IH
IN aid of 8t. Louis College, will be
held on tho
ndjolnhig tho residence of His Eccl.
lcncy Gov. Doinints, fcV
November STth, 1883:
Sale commence nt 2 p. m. ( .
Also, li Grand Liiau'!' .
on tho following day.
Donations will bo thankfully received
by tho indies holding tables;, ,
MRS. J. A. RODANET,
MISS M. WIDEMANN.
MIIF. It. JtACfAltliAXi:, MltS. (I. WAIiI.mi,
3Ils Agnes Aylelt will lccclve for tho
AilmiNsinii to Vnir, 50 ccnlH.
210 Children half price. lw
THE EVILS OP PAINTING
And their Jtciucrfy.
" It has been said with nfuch truth,
loo. that house pnintinc nilcht. with
.sludyand acipiiiciucirt of taste, resume
its Link as a liberal nit." Painters'
Relieving the nbovc to bo true, A. B.
KLRR hns now rc-orgnni.cd bis system
of woikiiig tho business in Honolulu.
In the llrst plncc he hns secured tho scr
vices of Hint celebrated nrtist, Mr. Jh
Koiix, formerly of Bnn Francisco, whoc
work In the lino of plain nnd decornthe
pnpcr-liauging, frescoing, &c, Is up to
the present time unsurpassed, and on
thc.o Iidniids lins never been ccpinllcd.
For house painting job? first-class me
chnnlcs only will bo employed. In
future p.ition can depend upon my fill,
ing every order on the most f-clcntillo
bnsis known to tho tiade.
The Sign Painting and Lcttciing dc
pailmcnt will bo peininnciitly picslded
over by Mr. Gto. SmvrMiiYi.n, (further
comment uiuiccci-saiy.) ,
P.S. Send for designs offipscosfor
celling and cmnici. Soinetlilng now;
nnd if you want any glass put in call nt
"Tiger "Paint Store,
2471 73 King Street.
FIRST . CLASS COOK (foreigner)
w tints employment. Local refer,
enecs; nlf.o, meat and pastry-cook.
ChlnchO Lnundrymnn, good oupoliah
ing'nlid Indies' finowoik; 'ocnl reference
will work by the day, week or month.
Ciincso coo'ks and some smart natives
2-10 ti8 King street.1
- WILL AltlilVE . '
233 1U Fort Street. '3w
WILL bo received nt tho olllco of the
undoi-bigned until noon, SAT
tURDAY, tho 2oth of November, 1882,
for 11 lenso of ten years, from the 1st of
December, 1882, of the picmiscs in Mn
11011 Vnlloy, belonging to the estate of
Chnrlcs Long, deceased. Otitis of terms
of lenso may bo made for these picmiscs
cither ns 11 whole or separately, for one,
two or three of the following divisions
of tho same, i. c:
1st Tho Homestead nnd Lot belong,
2nd The Ivuln Land, with the Bana
nas, nnd other Improvements thcicon.
3rd The Knlo and Rico patches, with
her lice now glowing in them,
Possession to ho given Immediately.
Surveys nnd deeds ns expense of leasee.
Rents payable sciui-annunlly, in nd
vnnce. The undersigned reserves to himself
iiiorigiuioiieciino nny or nil tenders,
cither for tho whole ot tho pi onuses, or
for any or all of tho sopiirato lots, ns
For further particulars apply to
F. A. SCHAEFEll,
243 Admr. Estate of Clins. Long.
A. To"v XjoL oi
1 : jfd "Cigarettes,
, Just Received nt
243 A. S. Clcgliorit & CqV. ,
Crem de la Creine,
rpIIE Ico Fncloiics nro in full blast,
X and so nio
Elite Ioe Cream Parlors!
They nrp jnsl frcolng, wlileluis
What you mint in this Weather,
nnd don't you forget it I
Ico Cieani can bo had from 11 a. m.
to 11 p. nt. at
,, lillto lee Cream Parlors,
177 80 Hotel street.
vnnio ifiAc h 1 1
J. T. Waterhouse
Has specially imported n largo quantity
Suitable for Presents'
for both old nnd young.
Beautiful Plcturos In splendid gilt frames,
Gilt Brackets nnd Rack,
mine Boxes and Baskets, 1
Desks. Dressing Casus, Inkaiiuids, I
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,,
Book Slides, Satchels,
Christmas Cards, wood and mcttil,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows nnd Arrows, 81 Ton Cnnnon, "1
Papier Macho Card Trays,
From f cents to $25, dressed & undrcss'd
Doll's Tiousscnuv nud every requisite,
Compcndlums, Stnr Rlngolcttc,
Triple Bowling, Balunco Gnmcs, &c
C31" Everything will be found to pienfe
the most fastidious taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
want of 11 present.
No. 10 Fort Street.
A SMART ACTIVE YOUNG MAN
(white, American) wants a situn
tlitn as Teamster, Coachman or Express
Driver. Good references.
217 CAVENAGH'S AGENCY.
If you want to sco tho
Largest Stock of Leather
In the Kingdom,
Jo to 4 lucen Street.
If you wnnt to sco
Tho Best Quality of Leather
In the Kingdom,
ila to 48 queen Mtreet.
If you wnnt to
Buy Leather at tho Lowest
, Prices in tlie Kingdom,
iio to 4 luccu Street.
If you want to Buy the '
Best Quality of Groceries
In the Kingdom, " '
I Ho to 48 queen Street.
If you wnnt '"
More for your Money
than you can buy elsowhero in 1
tho Kingdom, ' -'
G-o to 42 Queen St.
M. W. McCIIESNEY & SON.
otW THE -ao-
BONNETS. , !
Millinery & Fancy Articles
Received by oveiy steamer. '
Old Eslablishod Millinery Establishment,
181 103 Fort street. ly
IMMft TJIE PU1IMO.
OWNERS of Real Estate will nlwnys
find it to their advnutnga to pined
their houses nnd lnnds in my enre for
disposal, 118 I nm tho only acknowledged
Real Estate Rroker 911 thq Islands,
Agents nndPlnntcis, nnd nil other cm.
ployers of meehnnics nnd laborers will
do well to notify mo when vacancies oc
cur. Lenses, deeds, bonds, mortgages, nnd
all other legal paqers drawn in proper
Books nnd nccounts kept, ,
Letters nnd Engrossing done, ,
and general business olHco work of
every description attended to and always
ou tho most reasonable terms. v '
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN;
Office 27 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Tclenlioao 172, -P. O. BoMl5
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