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r SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1882.
tHIS DAY'S 'DOINGS
(At 10 o'clock, 1 H. Trait & Co.
will Bell groceries, poultry, furni
ture, etc. , , ,
At 12' noon, Mr. E. P. Adams will
sell houses, Itunl, Iduhchj etc.
Band Concert, tit Eminu Sipirc, at
Bethel Vestry, 7 :0.
Bethel Bcv. 8.C. Damon, Morning.
' Voit St. Church, J. A. Cruan,
Morning and Evening. .
St. Andrew's Calliedral, BeV. G.
Wallace, Morning and Evening.
' GAZETTE AND ADVERTISER.
"Wednesday's Gazette bays, "The
city is full of leprosy." Thursday's
Advertiser makes the following cOm
nicpl, "This was a nice statement
for the pretentious organ of planters
to bend ab.oad by the steamer de
parting yesterday. .How many
visitors," anil how much capital will
such statements attract to our
shores?" Truly, the tftiMte has
niado a, startling assertion. But is
the statement right or is it wrong V
Is it true or is it false? If it is false,
the Gazette is guilty of a great crime
and deserves a heavy penalty. If it
is true, the Gazette exercises its
light and performs its duty by re
cording the truth. The Advertiser
'pronounces it to be a "nice state
ment," but makes no attcinplto dis
prove it; docs not even deny it.
This wo take to be tacit admission
of its truthfulness. Besides, we
have the testimony of observant
men, of clergymen, and of phyfci
'cians that the Gazette has simply
' told the naked truth. To be sure,
it is not a pleasant truth, ami cer
tainly cannot have a tendency to'
"attract" either "visitors" or
"capital" to the country. But .what
would our dairy contemporary desire
his weekly brother to do in the mat
ter? To imitate a bad example and
prevaricate, misrepresent, and lie?
Tp say that "the city is free -of
leprosy," nnd seek to "attract
visitors and capital to our shores"
by ' false representations? Or wpiild
he counsel mute acquiescence in the
existing order of things, letting ,lhc
foul malady run its course itnohcck
icd,. until cvciy man, woman, and
child in the Kingdom has caught the
contagion? Perhaps so. The fact
is, the Gazette strikes a vulnerable
part of tli6 present administration,
and the Advertiser, bcitig conscious
of it, feels annoyed.
WELLS' MUSIC STORE.
Early this 'week Mr. Wells an
nounced by means of elegantly
colored invitation cards that he
would open his new goods for the
holidays on Wednesday. Accepting
Ills invitation' we stepped hfto view
the charming and novel display.
Mr. Wells is comparatively speak
ing, a new comer in the town but he
has managed, by industry, nmV per
severance, to build 'up n large busi
ness. He is continually adding to
the variety of his stock by going in
'for new lines and during the past
six months lias had to increase the
size of iiis establishment by renting
a second store. All these factsaic
well-known to our readers so that we
, may proceed, without further delay,
to the object ot our visa the new
Entering the door of the mnkai
stoic the lirst thing that strikes
the eye is a large glass1 case, oc
cupying the centre of the room, and
1 running almost the whole length of
the store. This is filled with musi
cal instruments of various kinds,
chiefly strinDcd. On tho right hand
side is nn elegant suite of willow
furniture in ebony and gold. The
chaste nnd light appearance of this
is cnhar',cd to the eye by tho inser
tion of bands of crimson satin ribbon
intcr-laccd p among tho willows.
Other articles of furniture contri
buting to case or ornament stand
around. On tho opposite side of
the show-case is displayed tho fluj
assortment of pianos which this
. liouhe is noted for. At tho rear'of
this room is a small toy-piano, on
which tunes can be played and
resembling in outward appearance
t'ic best of its larger covfrercs. Be
hind this show-room is an elegantly
furnished olllcc nnd also a work
room. In tho manka store is tirrnngei
the artistic portioU of the new goods.
Hero the : arrangement of tho goods,
is'euch as t6fftriko 'tho eyb- with a
sense of beauty' and profusion.
'JL'hcro arc so many articles thnt .ttio
beholder fnilp to observe, ninny of
(them in i single coup d'oeil. ,Wc
select a fow from nmongst the most
t prominent. Homo statuettes in terra
coltagivc iw "Ttiitio effect to tlio
beautifully carvciV brackets which'
stud the walls nt intervals nnd servo
to reliovo aid heighten the effect 9!
the paintings and cngnvrings which5
literally lino this side of tho esta
blishment. "Alabaster vases and jardincrcs
are tastefully grouped on low, Btnnds
and one passes along till tho modern
chef iFocuvra of drawing-room de
coration is reached the ctagcro or
cabinet. One here in ebony relieved
with designs in gilt lira been taste
fully decorated to show bow a cabU
net ought to look. Next wo notice
a realistic statuette, in terra cotta
''By Jingo." Those who see it
will realize its adherence to nature.
Handsome dressing cases, n plush
covered album on a metal stand,
clay figures, shell-work, velvet and
plush picluio frames, porcelain
Jlowcrs on plush back-grounds', dolls
of nil sizes next occupied oui atten
tion. Aitiolfgst them '-we noticed
one that combined use with beauty.
It is mado of kid-skin and its face
can bo washed without injury a
most useful quality in n doll.
Toys of'all descriptions, scientific
and mechanical, including the nicniiH
for satisfying the military craze, vi, :
helmets, guns, swords, cartouche
boxes, &c, occupy the end tables.
Lahtly camo tlic, array of Christ
mas cards, &c, many ot'thcin being
exquisitely hand painted on satin.
With a last, lingering look at these
vie finished our inspection of. the
shop and its contents and wished
Mr. Wells good afternoon.
Coiiei-pondenco is hollcited on tho toll
ies of tlio day, or what may become m.
Wo icservo the right to excise puio
ly personal mutter. 1
Wo do not hold ourselves responsible
for tlio opinions expressed by pur coi'
Mis. Editou : For tho benefit of
ehureli goers would you pleasoistig
gost to the parties who arc in the
habit of making a stable and barn
yard of a portion of Foit street Sun
day eyenings, that they cither
keep their, horses at homo or inside
the church lot. As it is at present it
is certainly a nuisance and should
not be allowed.
By inserting this you will confer
a favor on
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.-
The Band will give a conccrt.at
Emma Square this afternoon, at
1 :30 o'clock. Following is the
programme; " ,
Jliirrh Over Land and Sea. . . .'. .Faust
Oveiluic The Golden Crostd UruII
Gavotte Little Flatterer, (lv lenucM). .
Selection Tlio Favorite ".Doiii.elti
Walt. Iv Queen, (by rcqucM). .Coote
Gallop Wnlly HeiiWlorf
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Do prisbncis work for private in
dividuals''' , Kr.AD the advertisements' in 'to
day's supplement. '
Why are the lamps on Emmn
Square not, lighted every flight.
. -. )
Tin: Iwakini brought over 4,000
bags of btijiar from Kan.
Tun Chief Justice went to . Ewa
yesterday. ' ' (
Tin: Alaska wjll go outside liiis
morning and probably anchor out
side till the mail slttamer arrives.
Mit. Guibert's well-known hotting
inaie, Maggie Magee. sold yesterday
for $310. ,
A "nvo-i'Aor. supplement is issued
(jrati's with to-day's paper. It con
tains 11 variety of useful and amus
1 , . ...
Dn you step into any of the pud
dles lound Emma Square? Why
doesn't the Boad .Supervisor (1 them
up with black saiuj? j
Tin: Band will be in attendance
on Monday. Nov. 27th, at the Fair,
in tho Music Hall afternoon and
evening1. ' ' ' ' ,
""WiTT hear that1 oh Thursday the
engine on the new railway alqng
Berctania street rail olf the track
into the cud of a dwelling house.
Tin: Suez In ought 2(281 letters,'
nnd the II. W. Alnvy brought on the
smiic day 233 lotteis. The Suez
took on hcrietuin trip 1,700 letters.
.So : persons have said that tho
Diamond Head lino was down for -t
days. This is not the ense, as it
was only dofn for, Vi d;iys.
Crnzan's theiuo Siuukvy morning,
and "It'niakcs no difference wjiat a
wonibcllcvvs if'heQiily lives light,"
in the evening.
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It is said that tho reason why the
roads arc not kcpt.clcah by scraping,
is tuu tlicio is i scarcity of labor,
Wo hear thcroVo fully 200 monfoul
of employment In the town.
Tin: mail by the Ella will close at
12 jr. this day. .Sho will reach the
coast probably a day or two before
life City of Sydney leaves San Fran
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Wi: again remind our readers of
the attractions for Monday" in the
shape of a fair at the Music Hall, for
the benefit of St. Louis College, and
6u Thcbda,y a hum will bo hcld at
the Armstrong premises, for the
Tin: case jigainst officers Marcos
& Oadt was postponed till to-day.
The counsel for the plaintiffs raised
the point that as the Com t .had
bigned the 'scarclr warrant' 'it' was
an interested paity and had
no jurisdiction. He therefore
wishcW to take it before a higher
Coi -t. The objection was overruled.
"YXhave rccoiicd ,a. copy! of ftho
Chinese Supplement to the lricml
lor iNovcmuer. it is a most, inter
esting number and we advise llio'se
of our friends who have got copies
to carefully read and ponder oyer
the article!, headed V China-land
Hawaii. The desirability of treaty
relations between the two nations,"
on the ihst page. It will repay
AUCTION SALES BY.FS. PRATT?& Co.
This Day, Salurduy,
Nov. 25th, at Sale H00111, Beaver Block,
Queen Stieyt, at 10 o'clock.
Bills Salmon, nnw Bice. A '
' Hewing Machine, Pigeons,
1'owIh, &c , &e.
Also, Ono Hay Cutler.
F. S. Pmli is do. Will sell tfic Hhovo nV
auction, nt their Sales Boom, Queen M.,
this day, nt 10 a. 111., without iccre.
jw t miwiinm n a wwcto iiw
American Thanksgiving !
Lixiatiox or Titn Unitkd States, )
- -- noiiolulUt-XowiMth, lbSa.-JT
Tho President of the United StaUM of
America by formal proclamation having
designated Thiu.-dny, llicliUth instant,
as a day of National Tlinnkvgtvlng anil
Prayer, with the recommendation that it
'bc'olwcrved by the people of the Bepub
He firictuininj; thanks to Itiin, inwWe
moicy abides the well-being of nations
nnd of men, for the continuance in es
pecial measure of that protection through
tlio ginco of which they linvc grown
sliong 11s a people and mighty among
the tuitions ol cat th:
Wheiefoie dot invito nil American
cjtlciis. oj(urning in these Islands to
make duo pbeiv.ince of Tlmn-dny, the
JJOtli instant, ns a day of Thanksgiving
and Pinycr, in hnrmouy with the people
of tho United States of AmciJru; and to
this end iippioprinlf f-crvicus will he
nll'eicd nt Foit Pticct Church, in the city
of Honolulu, by tho Bow J. A. Qiuznn,
ill 11 A,eloek'A.r., 'of that day, nnd tho
doors will ho open to all.
B01.1.IK J. Daoiiktt,
,2(53 Minister Bcsidcnt U.S.A.
I7XPBESS MEN and BlciCDBI
1 VEHS, take notice. A' meeting
will be held on Momhiy'Evening, Nov.
2Tth, at 8 o'clock, nt'lho Hall Of Me
chanic Engine Co. No. 2, for the pur
pose of foimlng n Protective Union.
All drlvcm of,Carriagcs and Expresses
are invited to attend. 255 2t
1 Just Received
Pgr Suez, at
.A.. X.. BJCI'X'Irt'SS,
Foil St., a splendid aMortment of
Christmas & New Year's Cards
Thov-iuust be SEEN to' 'bo
apjirecfnteil; abo, n new involee
1 of Meriden
Quadruple Plated Waro,
Velvet Pictuio Frames, Ebony and Gilt,
Side and Coiner Brnekctw,
Ladies' Dressing' Cases, very line,
Fiir.-e.s, Toy Iron Stoves, in which a real
the can he nude,
Toy Banks, Tin Kitchens,
Toy I'limo, a few of
Craiulitll's Superior Toys,
255 ' ' ' Fnpflcr'ics, '&'(.,' && ;iw
TlievBust Christrfias Gifts !
' 1)IA& GONSALES
Ofi'ev Emuroiilery Wovk
of all kinds (for ladies', children's nnd
Infant' ggrcnr)! 'Jr
At 4icatly Iteauei'il. prices.
Call nnd examine nt 57 Hotel street.
. 253 lw ''
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, ( A Mnre Chance. .
jLkATUo stylish and elegant FUR
r&fjNlTUitE of a piivntc dwell
lanuiasUing, together with lenso bf
house. Will s-cil tlio furniture- sep.uate.
Further parllculai sat
251 88 King street.
, Notice tt C'pnsigneeq.
consignees ot goods per Imrk
ijiviu;sioii, iruiu lUougKong,
ivln t.in.ic. Aivnvrris ...i?.!
House, nml pay freight nt tho nlllee 0
tho undersigned. '
" .1 lb UACKFELD & Co.,
,801 Ut .," j Agcai?.
''(UsuDuitiAft, to which woVfraw our
readers' aftcntion, Islho namo of nn
exeellentmnlnrinl liow hninir o-vlon.
sivcly used in tho United Stales, nniV
I...1 1 -.11 ... fl '.1.1 -fri .1
liiiiccu, u over me woiiu. 11 Claims
to lie .tho. bqst packing ever invented
for steam and water joints, and it
may bo regarded its a proved state
ment when we understand that thoso
on these islands who have once used
it win, on no account, iiso Any other.
It Is metallic" 'in appcuVnhcd,' and
very flexible. Messrs. Mucr'arlano
& Co.'s advertisement in the supple
ment will givo further paiticulars.
Auction Salos by E. P. AdaniB
This Dijy, Suturday,
. Npy. 2)lh, at12neon.
By direction of E. O. Hall, I will sell
nt public auction, on Saturday, Nov. 25,
nl 12 noon, at my S.iles Boom,
THE HOUSE AND LOT,
Bei'cntly occupied by Bov. A. Oj Forbes
at Knwiiinlino, Honolulu moronaitlcu
Inrly ile.rilbi'd In Boyal Patent No. l!)5j
and containing nn niea of 25-100ths of
an neie. Tho hou.'o Is two stoiles, of
stone, Willi slate loof, and contains ten
rooms, with adjoining one story build
big formcily occupied bv Mesis Castle
it Cooko nt n Counting lfoom, Cairlage
hoii'-e, stahk's, Ac. Wafer laid on.
'Deeds nt evpeii'o of inirohaser, For
fiutlier paiticulnrs inmiiic of E. O. llnl
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
This Dtty, Saturday,
By order of John M. Heling, I will
Boll at public auction on Saturday, Nov.
25th, nt 12 noon, at my Sales Boom, that
ceitnlu parcel or piece of
Land in Mnlciki.
belonging to tho S-nid Bering, nnd con
tabling nn men of SOnstc, more or less.
Thcteaic two houses upon the propeity.
A large pint of the land is well wooded'
and will fuinisli larse quantities of sood
llrewood. 'f'Jiere a(e.also a large num.
iiui 111 n.iii.iiiii irci", iiiiii it gi cm rurally
of fitilt tiees upon tlio land".
E. P. Adaiss, Auctioneer.
This Day, Saturday.
By oidcr of Messtc. Castle & Cooke',
asgncos of the estate of M. G. Correin,
l villi sul! lit public, nuctioin at "my Sales
Boohi, 'oil Saturday, Nov! 25th, at 13
noon, the Lcn-e of Lahnp.i Nahupu to
Couelu, and assigned to Cnstlo iOooko
, THE PREMISES, .
arcsituiik'il In'Knpifukolo, on lime lend,
big fiom Kingsiieeti lias n dwelling'
house in good lepnlr. A sniiill biitcoiui
foiiablo yaid. The lenso is 5 years from
May 1st, I860; rent paid up to 3Iay 1st,
1883. Bent $00 per annum.
E. P. Apams, Auctioneer.
, . . ajiifc !
IN nid of St. Louis College, will bo
held in tho r
MUSIC HALL, "
' Novombcr27lh, 1882:
j Snip commence nt 2 p. in.
Also, si GlsuuI Luiiu!
on the following day.
At the Armstrong I'remises, .
mljoinliijg the residenqo of Uk, Excel
lency Glov. Dominis, ,
Commencing at 2 p. m.' '
Donntions will ho thankfully received,
by the ladies holding ta'hlcs: '
MRS. 8AS8. N -, '
MRS. J. A. RODANET, j
MISS M. WIDBMANN.
'Befrcshinent Tables: .
3111S. It. JtACFAlllAxK, MltS. ll.'WAI.I.mt,
3Iiss Aguci Ayjett will receive for the;
Hawaiian Tables. '
AilniiNNlo:i to Fair, 50 ccntM.
2J!) Children half piice. lw
Pqtiltvy HHov. Hiilc, (J,
TUBKBYS, CHICKENS, & DUCKS
hi (lunntlliPS to suit.
Telephone lilO (Wilkinson's) 258
A11 Jilting .Employment,
Two good c.irpcuters,
Ono liist-clnss (foreign) Cook, nceUs.
toiucd to hotel wotk, I
Amei lean coachman.
Teamsters and express drivers,
1 Chinese boys, generally useful $10
to 13-per month,
.... CAVENAGH'S AGENCY,
253 , ' , m , , m Klug street.
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FOR SALE. '
Franklin Stove OoalJ
In any quantity,, (,
AVholoKule or lletail,
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nilr m k.
,- lll t ! I hill iiflllT 1
Notice. 1 , , 1
rryiE person who took n STBAW HAT
X' (by nih'tnko) from tho Music Hall,
on the night of the Ball, wH please re1
turn tho sninc to tho Buu.uaiN Office,
nud rvccivv lilt Qwnlmeturn, 253
. oar tiue -aoij
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Millinery '& Fancy Articles
Received by every stenmcr.
MRS. WILKINSON, ,
Old Established Millinery Establishment,
181 103 Fort street. It
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WILL be received' nt tho office of Ihe
undcrblgned until noon, 'BAT.
.UBDAY,. the 25th o.f November, 183S.
fbr"a lease of ten years, from the 1st of
DcccJnbcr, 1882, of the'prcmises'In 3fcn
11011 Valley, belonging to the estate of
Charles Long, ilccciisctl. Of.'crs of terms
of lenso may bo mndc for these premises
either ns a whole or Bcpnrntcly, for ono,
two or three of tho followlu&diyislonn
of thp. nunc, I. c.:
1st The llomcstcnd and Lot belong.
2nd The JCuln Land, with the Bnna
nns, nud other Imp'.oTcmcntH thereon.
8rd Tlio Knlo a d Bice patches, with
her, rice now growing In them.
Possession to be give., Immediately.
Survoys and deeds as, expense of lessee.
Bents payable semi-annually, in nd.
The undcislgncd reserves to himself
the right to decline any or nil tenders,
cither for the whole of tho prenvses, or
for nuy or nil of tho separate lolSj ns
iibovci 1 ! . .
Eor further pnitictilnrs npplv to
V. A. SCBAEFElt,
245 Adiur. Estate of Cluis. Long.
CHRBSTMAS I ,
til i 1.
J. T. Waterhouse
Has specially imported a lnrge quantity
''f 2 t t ' f l,iT
' Suitiible. for 'PreVents l
for both old nnd young.
Beautiful Pictures In splondid gilt frimtt',',
Gilt Brackets nnd Racks, '
WorK Boxes nnd Baskets,
Desks, Dressing Cases, Inkstnnds,
Glove nnd Handkerchief Boxes,
Book Slides, Sntcliels, '
Smoke.s' Tables, '
Christmas Cards, wood mid metnl, i
' TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS, ' .
Bows 'nml Arrows, 81 Tou Cannon,
Papier Jlnche Card Titys, , ,
From' 5 cents to $25, dressed & undrc'ss'd
Doll's Trousseaux nnd every requisite,,
Compendium, StnrBingolette, ' ''
Triplq Bowling.Bnbinoe. Games, ftc
tW Everything Avill be found to please
the mon fastidious taste, nnd no
stqckiug need go empty for -,
' "f ." hvilnt of a p'fesenti ' !
No. 10 Fort Street.
If you want lo sec the j
Largest Stock of Leather
In the Kingdom,
tto to 4 tneen Mtreet.
If youwaut to see
Tho Best Quality of Leather
' In the Kingdom, ' s '
o tp 4a iucen tftrtet.
If you want to
jBuyXeatherrat, the .Lowest
Trices in the KJngjlom,
iio to 4!i'iueon Mtreet.
If you vnnt to Buy the !
Best Quality of Groceries
In the Kingdom,
, o to 4 iucca (Street
If j'ou want
More for your Monet
than you can buy elsewhere in
G-o to 42 Queen St,
JI. AY. McCIlESNEY & BON.
' ' 230 t'f
1 IV'otko. 1 '
DUBING tho temporary nbcncc of
Jfi'.W.G. Irwin from this King,
dom, Jlr, "V. N. Oiir.vup will attend to
the business of out house. 7
mam ' ' WM. U, IKWIN & jCO.