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MONDAY, NOV. 2
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
"lVu" in aid of St. Louis College,
at Music Hall, open at 2 o'clock.
Fair at Music Hall.
Meeting of Carriage drivers and
CH)icss-nen,' at hall of Engine- Co.
'No. 2, nt 7:1)0
Excelsior Lodge, I.0.0.1-, 7:00
Algarolm Lodge, I.O.O.T., 7:!)0
-ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
' Is our 'leading Ionian Catholic edu
cational institution for boys. It is
. an old institution enllcd by a new
' name and located in a new place.
, The snnio institution long existed
and nrobceutcd its mission at Koo
lau, on the other fide of this island,
and yvas there and then known as
Ahuimanu College. Although de
" lightfully situated, and having Many
. advantages in its favor, it was felt
to be too far from the centre of
population', to answer fully the pur
1 pose of its existence. Consequently,
it was decided, a f?hort time ago, to
l emovc the institution to the neigh
borhood of Honolulu.
For this purpose the church au
thorities pui chased a splendid pieco
of property from Mr. Hoth, at the
north' end of Hcrctnnia street, not
far from Smith's bridge, where they
have erected suitable buildings, and
1 established the old Alniimnnu Col
lege under the new name of St.
The. College "rounds measure
about two acres, allowing abundance
,of space for recreative exercise, and
nrc planted with all kinds of tropical
rticcs, some of which arc fruil-pro-f
du'eing, while others simply afford
' bliadc and ornamentation. It is
I truly a lovely spot, and being free
yfrom noisy surroundings, is pecu
liarly adapted to the purpose for
, which jt is now used.
... The College building is a substan
tial two storey brick structure, G0x20
feet1 in ihe'clcar. " The groinuUloor
is divided into"' three class rooins, of
equal size, by -wooden partitions.
Each of these rooms is nicely fur
nished with new school furniture' of
the most approved modern style.
They arc also well lighted and ven
tillalcd, ventillatiou being greatly
'assisted b' the wooden partitions
not extending the wliolo way to the
ceiling, which latter is fourteen feet
The upper storey is divided into
two dormitories, ; separated' by a
(t clothes room. These dormitories
are furnished with single iron bed
steads, and have a comfortable,
clean, well-kept appearance, bur
rounding the dormitoiies, on the
oubjulc, is a wide, open balcony,
which adds much to the comfort and
enjoyment of the lodgers.
' This institution aims to impart a
sound, practical English education,
'and, 'in addition, includes, in the
'' curriculum of the upper department,
book-keeping, pure and mixed
mathematics, Greek and Latin clas
sics, and French. The staff, at
present, consists of foutf professors
and instructors, which number it is
intended to increase as occasion
Moral and religious training! as
also carefully attended to. Ucli
gious instruction is given at regular
stated times, nrraiigcd ho as not to
interrupt the secular counjc.t A
teacher is always with tho boys, as
well during their recreation and
sleep as in school hours. j
At present there arc 180 pupils
'on the College legister, witli tho
number steadily increasing. 28 juo
-boarders', and tio test day sclioWre.
Theboardors arc separated into two
departments, each entirely indepen
dent of the other. The annual fee,
"whichincludes tullton, UoaTd, add
' lcsidclice, is, respectively S7f' nnd
. Jt may be paid that St. Louis
College, i3 ,now fully established,
with a 'bright and hopeful prospect
orAWofu'l and' prosperous .fiftjirc.
Tno'piiVcliaBo'f'hiiui nnd tlic'crcc-'
lion nnd furnishing of buildings
necessarily 'involved largo iwpbndi
tureH, and ivfair.is to bo lieldlin the
.Music J lull to-day foi tins ' purpose
of raising funds, The public will.
'Uo"doull, 'VeJpoiid, cliecrfully and
liberally to lUvai.r ussiauujcc.- -
The C. H. Bishop brought 125
bags sugar and 08 bags rice.
Tin: schooner Emma beat the
Kaulkeaouli going to Olownlu by 10
The Mot Kciki arrived from Christ
mas Island, after being anxiously
The following vessels arrived here
on the 22nd hist. :
Schooner Anna, Capt. MeCulIocn,
1,7 days from San Francisco, with a
full,, car'gq' of general .merchandise
and machinery, and the following
I passengers: Mrs. T. r. Kouse. aim.
in. j. ivuiince, jiuss uunacc, ihyh
G. AV. Coffee, Miss Coffee, AV. E.
I'einhardt, F. 15. Sears, J. K.
Smith, J. Hippie, E. Short, 1!.
Gnrdiucr, G. lJoss, and L. Foster.
Unik Ferris S. Thompson, Capt.
Potter, 22 days from Nanaitno, with
a cargo of coal for the 1). C. Co.
The brig Hazard, from Nanuimo,
is fully due with a cargo of coal for
Capt. llobron, having sail the same
day as the F. S. Thompson.
locaTTand general Tf ems.
Fisii seems to be plentiful lately.
There has been n good supply at the
Maikel during the last week.
The house nnd lot near the Ka
waiahao Church was sold on Satur
day by auction for $3,7fip.
Tiikiu: was quite a rush for our
Saturday's issue. Although a large
number extra w ere printed we have
but a very few copies left.
Everybody enjoyed the wedding
party on Saturday night. Tho ar
rangements were pcifecl, and the
-bride looked lovely.
. o . .
An accident occurred to an ex
press on Saturday night. The driver
ran into an old dray standing on
King street. The express got par
There is a pile of lumber on the
mauka side. of King street, near the
Chinese wash houses. "We wonder
it hasn't attracted the notice ,of the
Marshal On Ins Sunday visits to lie
prison., ,It ought to be removed.;,
- - ' -T
Vk hear that a certain Chinese
firm, although not hrtving an im
porter's licen'so, still gets large in
voices of Imuqr by every vessel from
China. How is1 this? l .,
"Wc hear that it is 'the 'intention of
the Hawaiian young men to organize
a 'thorough celebration o,f Independ
ence Day. The' are arranging with
speakers representing the different
interests of the community, and will,
no doubt, spend a very interesting
hour or two in listening to tho pat
riotism of the gentlemen invited to
Wi: were shown some roofing
slates yesterday in a perfectly rotten
condition. They had only been up,
about 25 years, and yet they crum
bled to the touch like charred. paper.
"We were informed that all slates
would not be -so bad: these must
have come from the top-layer of the
"Wi: noticed a splendid speciineu
of local book-binding on Messis. J.
"W. Iiobcrtson & Co.'s counter. It
is n large journal, bound, paged,
and ruled, in their establishment.
They assure us that, in every way,
for cheapness, durability and appear
ance, the local work is preferable to
the imported, and we mufet say wo
agree with tlicin.
Mil A. L. Smith is now showing
a very neat and tasty assortment of
Christmas and New Year's cards in
his window. For tnste and finish
t!cy will successfully compete with
any wo have seen. Mr. Smith also
keeps in stock a beautiful variety of
toys 'and n special line of dolls
pel-ambulators. ( For the parents he
lias a beautiful assortment of plated
ware, somo of the designs of which
wc hold to be perfectly unique 'in
A very enjoyabjo literary enter
tainment was given at Fort Street
Chfirch on Thursday evening, the
2fird, under tho auspices of Mrs.
Dr. Whitney and Mrs. J. T. Water
house. Tho programme) of the even
ing was as follows : Piano Solo
Miss Castle. tHccitatiou Haiwatha,
Miss Austin. Kcading from "Tales
of' a Wayside Inn;" Judge McCully.
Duett Cornet and Piano, Messrs
M. & II. Jones. Solo Mrs. Hnn
forrt, with corn6t and piaiio aoc&m
pauinicnt. Heading "Norn
Connor" by Mis. Hendry. Duet
Violin and Piano, Miss Casflti 'ami
Prof,- Ynriullov. -In the absence of
Mr. Cr.UJ5Hii, Mrt Pratt, presided. ;,
"vyo hear that thcro arc some Por
tuguese or Spaniards, who camc
hero in the whalcship, seem to have
been rather badly treated. They
went on board the whaleship from
the Canary Islands, wo believe, on.
the undcistandlng that at the first
port entered they wcic to be regu
larly shipped. They have been
away over a year and this is tho first
port they have arrived at. During,
all that time they haven't received a
.single -,dpllnr of wages, and have
even- been charged for the clothes
sold them out of the slop-chest.
They have now lft the ship. '
" BRING MONEY IN YOUR PURSE."
We invite inspection (it our
Large and Complete Block
Irish Linen Ilondkciehlofti,' . i
Hcni-slllchcd mill Cambric, of all
si.cs mill piiic. i
Arc put up in very clegnnl boxes, con
taining' one dona himilkvicliicfs
ench, ami vxa suitable
Christmas and New Year's
BSrQiFTS -Tea '
They nra manufnrttircd cxprcly for up
at Belfast, Ii eland, and wu have no
hesitation in slating Hint they
mo of tlio linen texture
that Inis ever been
impoitcd to tills
G. W. Macfarlano & Co.
Tho First Instalment !
Just Received, ex Suez,
a large invoice, as the llrst instal
ment, of a constant
IX A Mi H1T.V.H,
Which will hes.ihl In quantities .
to suit purchnsei!?. '
2."i0' W. G. IHWIN & Co.
MANILA AND HEMP'
ON HAND and constantly receiving
' tho above ' '
of all tire, for snle at wholesale and re
250,1 A. W. PHIH6E Ss CO.
EXPRESS MDN and ifACIv DM
VERS, take notice. A meeting
will be held on Monday Evenings Nov.
27th, at 8 o'clock, at the Halt of Me
chunk: Engine Co. No. 2, for the pur
pose of forming a Protect ivo Union.
All drivers of Cniringcs and Expresses
arc invited to attend. gfi52t
The Best Christmas Gifts!
DIAS & GONSALES
(Ml or Kin broidery Work
of all kinds (for ladies', children's and
At Uroatly llciluccil 1'rlcrx.
Call and e.Miinine at 57 Hotel street.
rgZ&Jb 'ro KENT, with immediate
fljJaTCTOl'fwesslon, until Feb. 10, 189;),
Sxkiddirtoa sl.v.iooni Cottage, splendidly
fiunishcil, with bath house, etc., within
10 minutes of P. O. Re.inoimble lent.
2r.O CAVENxVGH'S AGENCY.
A It are Dhniice.
nJSQJxATlic stylish and elegant PUR-
i?1wn3NlTUttE of a piivatc dwell-
BaassSSaing, together with le.iso of
house. Will sell tho furnituiu separate.
251 88 King btieet.
Poultry For Sale.
TURKEYS, CHICKENS, & DUCKS
in mumliticH to suit.
Telephone 1130 (Wilkinson's) 25a
Two rfolfd carpenters, t
One. flist-cliis (foreign) Cook, nccus.
toined to hotebwotk,
Anjci icon coachman!"' i' " ,j
Teamsters and q.pics" drivers,
Foioign and natlvo laborers, .
Chinese cooks, l '
Clibie-o boys, generally useful 10
tq $13 per month.
, - CAVENAGH'S AGENCY,
JM 88 King t,trce.
Golden Gato Extra Family
' Cades llrliwfi, Gases Uncoil, ' '
' CftHks Whi tinker's Star lining
'kuIon of liny. Ac, c., v
Just to hand, imd for sulo by.,
t 800 ip) .,.',. ,,JJOIIyES.S;Co,0
'American Tliniiltg;ivliig t
Ligation of tiu: Usitku SrATrs, .. .) ,
lloiiolulu, Nov. 2ith, 1S82. f
Tho President, of the United Stales of
America by formal proclamation having
designated Thursday, the 001 li biHtant,
an a day of National Thanks-glvliig and
Prayer, villi IhenconiinciitlatJpn tliU it
be observed by the people of the Itcpitb.
lie In returning thanktto Him, in whose
in'eiry ahide-t the vcll.lieing of nations
niiil of men, for tho continuance In v.
peeial nieasiircof tltiitjnolcction thrpugh
lilt gr.ico Of which ihoy linvo giown
stiong us a people and mighty among
the nut ions of e.u Ih :
Vherefoic do I invite all .American
elti.fiis lojouinlug in these Island t((
in like due olccrviuiRi' ofThimdny. tho
.'JOlh iiifttant, as a day of Thaiiksgliiii;
ond Prayer, in hainioiiy with the jieoiilo
of the Lulled States ol Aineilca ; ami to
this end appiopi'a'e services will lie
offered at Fori strut Chinch, in the city
of Honolulu, hylhellev. J. A..Citi7im,
tit 11 o'clock a.m., of thai day, and tho
'tloorrf will ho open to all.
fc I ,, . . . HOI.T.IX Jl.'U.Uinr.TT,
..) Jiiuisier liesKicnt U.S.A.
IN aid of St, Louis College, will bo
held in the
November 27th, 1882:
Sale comaiencc at 2 p.m.
-Also, a Grand Imau !
on the following day.
At the Armstrong; I'rcntiHCK,
adjoining the lcMilincc of His Excel
Coinmencing at 2 p. m. '
Donation will be thankfully received
by tho Indies holding tables:
MRS. 'J. A. RODANET,
MISS M. W1DEMANN.
Mite. u. MACRMti,AXi:, sins. o. wali,i;ii,
Miss Agnes Aylett will receive for the
Aihtiinion to Fair, - 50 centH.i
Children half price.
: ' Jnst- Received' " J;
Per Sue, at ,
. Fort St., a splendid assortment of
Christmas & Now Year's Cards
They rami be SEEN to be
, appreciated ; also, a,now invoice ( .
' ' of Mcrlden
Quadruple Plated "Ware,
Velvet Picturo Frames, Ebony and Gilt,
Side and Coiner Hrnckct, '
LadicV Diessimj Cases, very fine,
Purses, Toy Iron Sloven, in which a real
lire can hematic, tM
Toy Banks, Tin Kitchens
Toy Pianos n few of '',
Craiulall's Suiiorior Toys,
255 PapelerieS &c, &c. '" Uw
Elegantly Purnisaed oonis
IOR FAMILIES or &NGLE GEN.
? TLEMEN, with all the convenien
ces and' Comforts of a home, vtb
Use of Parlor.'
Rooms tiro large and well ventilated.
Terms, Strictly Moderate.
Ai.aki:a and TIoti:i, Sthixts.
Notice to CoiiHignees.
rfi Consignees of goods per bark
,lJSj3 Livingston, from Hongkong,
48;wlll plense, AT ONCE,.lnako
c.cs5i.'(L,jI. cl),iLN at .the Custom
House, nnd pay freight at tho olllcc o
POll SALE. ;
Franklin Stove Coal!
lit any (ptatititjv :
BKEAKLNG IIOItSES' '
IN OUNUINK 8TVIE. '
ypflH; ed hone l)rcker,vlHhci
"' " "ho Is fully picparcd to
take ehorgo of htock and guarantees
to break tlcm. thoroughly oi, bis
Hnne.h, and attend Citiofiilly to fcedibg
nnd doctoring howeti. , Ho has now In
lils chntgu such celebrated' Meeds ns
Black Thorn and other thoroughbreds',
and hau tho exclusive charge of all of
Mr. Jhs. Campbell'H stock. Excellent
rejmniciidatlpiis. Charges modprateve'
"Oulers left at the Pantheon Stable
wlllbwiTomptly ultcmlvd to, 200 lm
i F ,' r H V
r ,y t2T THE -ao
Millinery & Fmicy Articles
Received by ecry slenmcr.
. Old Established Millinery Establishment,
181 103 Fort street. ljr
Has'spcclnlly imported a large o,uaritlty
Suitable for Presents
'for Jjoth old nndyoung."
Beautiful Pictures !n;splondld gilt frames,
Woric Jioxcs and Baskets,
Desks Dressing Cases, Inkstands,
Glove'and Handkerchief Boxes.
Book Slides, Satchels,
Cluistmas Cards wood and metal,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows and'A'riovs, 81 Ton Cannon,
Papier Miichc Card Trays,
From 5 cents to $35,' dressed & undrcss'd
Doll's Trousseaux nnd every requisite,
Pavlov Games, ,
Compciidithns, Slnrltingolcjte '
"-- Triple BowIIug,,Bidiinc"c'Gnmcs',"Vtc ,
CSr-Evcryllilng will be found to please
the niot'fastblious tattej'nrid no
stocking need go vmpty for
want of a present.
No. 10 Fort Street.
242 . ,
If you want to sec the '
Largest Stock of Leather
In the Kingdom,
o( to 4a luccn Street.
If you want to sco
The Best Quality of Leather
In the Kingdom,
tin to 4!i queen Street.
., M i
Buy Leather at the Lowest
I'rices in tho Kingdom, '
Jo to'4a (ucen Htrect
1 1. f .i fF.i i. , , ,.
If you wnnt to Buy the
Best Quality of Groceries
, , ,Iu the Kingdom,' , 1
o to JS liiccn Htrect.
If you want
More for your Money
than you can buy chewhero in
Go to 42 Queen St.
M. -V. McOHESNEY & SON.
DURING the temporary absenco of
Mr. "W. G. Irwin from this King,
dom, Mr. "W. M. Gikkahu will attend to
the business f our house.
220 2m WM. G. IKWIN & CO.
WILL be received at ilia offico of tho
undersigned until noon, SAT.
UBDAY, tho 25th of'Novcmlicr, 1)383,
for a lenso of ten years, from the 1st of
December, 1882, of tho prcmiscsln 3
noa Vnlley, belonging to tho estate of
Charles Long, deceased. Offers of terms
of leobO may ha mnde for these prembes
cither ns n whole or Rcnnrntely, for one,
two or threa of the following divisions
of the Mime, i. c. :
1st Tho Honiesitc.id and Lot Jiclong.
lug thereto. '
2nd The Kula Land, with thoBnna
nns, nnd other improvements thereon.
Ih d Tho ICiilb and Blcc patches, with
her rlcu now grow ing In them,
Pos'.cssion to bo given immediately.
Surveys and deeds ns expense of lesfcee.
Bents payable Heinl-annunlly, in nd.
The undersigned I'oscrvcs to himself
the tight to decline any or all tenders,
either for the 'whole 6f the premises, or
for any or, all,. of , tho .separate lots, in
.' FOr further naitieulnrs npplv to
,. ,A. SCHAEFEll,
213 ''AdmY, lijsmi of Clms. Long,