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MONDAY, DKC. 11, 1812.
f HIS DAY'S DOINGS.'
"Algaroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:00
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30
.. THE CHINAMAN IN HAWAII.
Tho patient, pjodtling, pcrsovci-
ing Chinaman is making a big fur-
'row tu tills Httlo country. He is
Blcadily and surely worming himself
into every industrial pursuit and
every avenue oftrado; and wlioic
'ho'cnlcrs his forerunner ultimately
i exits. His. encroachments mo first
,nnd most felt by tho native, who is
'not so capable of checkmating his
manoeuvres as the more dextrous
foreigner. Already the occupation
'.of tho native woman, as wisher
woman ami , laundress, is totally
'gone. The native man, loo, is be
'Sng' rapidly pushed out of his place
cti8 taro planter and poi vendor.
Carpenters and cabinet-makers,
t libra ahli shoe-makers, and all
Othcr trades and handicrafts, and
every branch of retail business,
fi'cWbly feel the Chinaman's keen
nnd 'invasive competition. This
rapid advancement is largely, per
haps mainly, due to his supciior
industry and economy; and the,
surest way" for others to keep abreast
''of iiis progress is, to acquire his in
'dustry and practice his economy.
(It has, undoubtedly, been greatly to
the Chinaman's advantage to have
.encountered so little onposition in
the form of national prejudice and
'race antinatlry. Neither in Califor
nia, nor Australia, nor the islands of
',Tihd Indian Ocean, nor his oyh
native land, nor in any other eotin
."try ; where ho is permitted toiplant
.-his'foot, docs tho" Chinaman receive
', the same humane treatment, or is
allowed the, same equal rights, as arc
.accorded to him in Kalakaua's
Kingdom. And precious little
'.return docs h,c make, in numberless
' instances, but ingratitude and inso
lence. In these the Chinaman is not
;to be' commended, nor worthy of
being imitated ; but for persevering,
industry and rigid economy his
example is deserving of considera
tion by all who aspire after com
petence and independence. The oft
repcated assertion, that the China
man has no object but to accumulate
money and take it out of the couh
try, or that he invariably accom
plishes that purpose, is not fully
true. In nine cases out of ten, he
certainly comes licro x ith that
bcttlcd intention, and in a majority
of cases, wliat ho acquires he scuds
or takes away. But Honolulu is not
without instances of Chinamen who
came here with no money, have
amassed wealth in the country, and
slill 'remain here freely circulating
(TKLEVUOKKD FllOM WAIMANAI.O.J
, At -1 a.m. on Saturday morning a
small star shot out of the comet and
went light through its tail.
' ' A SUDDEN DEATH.
, A young man named Thomas
-Lynch, who was, up to three weeks
ago employed as bar-keeper at the
Hawaiian Ilotel, died thcro suddenly
.about G a.m. on Saturday. Ilo 'had
been complaining of fceiing unwell,
nn'd' oil Friday night blept with a
friend of his employed in tho Hotel.
In tho morning he appeared to be in
a, fit nud Dr. Webb was immediately
y.sctif; for, but before ho arrived the
li Yvtun wn tnnd A tii itsiift u'nu
juitii una iv. ivu fi'f vwfc
held at' tho .Hospital, where the bodyN
was taken, ,It revealed tho fact the
deceased had congestion of the
lungs ; enlargement of the liver, and
nothing whntQver in his stomach.
POLICE COURT-DECEMBER 0.
, "Preston Davis, common nuisance.
Keeping common gambling house on
Smith street. Committed to prison
four months. Cobts 81.00.
"It. Richardson anil Win Drown.
, Ginning. JNpl. pros, entered, by pro-
Bccutlon.i , ,
banBcckfordJ gaming. Commit-
" ted to prison fpr 10 days, to pay n
fine of 810 arid 1.10 costs.
J. P. Mitchell ami Edward. Kiohl,
gaming. Committed to prison for
24 hours enchto pay ti flue of 10
nu r.iw ww euw. .fc, ,
Kaia,:hargcd with larceny ntjlsli'
market. Acquitted.- '
Nnmaka, violating Rule, C of Rules,
for Licensed Carriages, fined Sp and
The Rev. Titus Coan died at Hijo
on Fiiday Dec. 1st, aged 8 1' years
and 10 months, one by one the
pioneers of Christianity are passing
away. His death was not un
expected, but is none tho less sad
now that it has come. His intellect
was clear ttll tho moment of his
death. Ho landed in 'Honolulu in
THE CURSE IS SPREADING.
Gradually the native is learning
the Chinese vices. Yesterday Morn
ing Captain Win. Tell made a raid
on a house mauka of the Ivntunnkn
Dili yard, and captured a native man
and woman in the act of smoking
opium. They will be biought up,
The Moi Reiki left at 10 a.m. on
Saturday for Christmas Island. This
time she has only the captain, male,
and two neamen on board.
Tho Mpkolit left at o r.M. onj
Saturday for Molokai, with About 30
lepers and a good deal of freight.
The shipment of rice went' by the,
II. W. Almy was the bccond largest
by any ship at one time from this
port. '.She took 5,201 bags.
The 1). C. Murray arrived' on
Sntmtlay afternoon, 21 dqys from
San Francisco. She brings about
KAHULUI NOTE3. '
The schr Anna, Capt. McCulloch,
and the bktnc W. II. Dimond, Capt.
ITmifllctt, sailed on (5th inst. for San
Francisco, the former in ballast and
K. G. Kustcr as passenger, and the
latter with 3,312 bags sugar, 'weigh
ing 3;5,7.ij lbs., and UJ barrels
molasses, valued at 2l,i)70.17 nnd
the following passengers: Mr. and
Mrs. Rowland and G. Graeneineycr.
Tin brig l'omure, Capt. Drew, ar
rived Dec. 8tii, with a gcueial cargo
from San Francisco.
LOCALAND GENERAL ITEMS. (
' Tlic only son of Mr. FaivnW'orth
was drowned atKahului on Saturday-.
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Oun readers will notice in auothcr,
column an advertisement of some
concentrated cider, which we have
tried, and can say that it makes a
really good and pleasant driiik. j
Whim: assisting a Indy passenger
to land on Friday night the Captain'
of one of our inter-island steamers
fell overboard. He was (promptly'
fished out by some kanakas on the
Oxi: of the decoratibns on a shop
front in this town is a spiilcr'p web.
A 'wag suggests that it is intended
to represent the invitation : ,
" 'Will you walk into inv parlor?'
Said the Spider to the Fly." , .
! .--. !
Offici:u Mclirtcns gave evidence
on Saturday as to how neatly ho ihod
captured the five men engaged in
gambling in the house on Smith
street on Thursday night. The game
played was called "Twenty-one."
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A Chinese laborer hung himself in
a most determined way on Sunday,
the 3rd insl., at Ivapaa, Kauai. He'
tied the ropo round his neck, fasten-,
cd it to a rafter, and jumped off m
box. - i
Oun leaders' ulteiitibu is drawn
to the fact 1110,1 tho Library and
Reading Room Association will not
hold their usual fortnightly enter
tainment to-morrow night, as the
Honolulu Dramatic Club will give n
performance that evening.
'. . ,
Ox Friday morning nn express
driver lost tho contiol of his liorso
twice. It .ran away .each flmc, but
did no particular damage, except
that once it got clear of' the carriage,
leaving it, and the driver sit
ting in it and gazing after the Hy
ing animal. Since then it lias been
fixed up so that it cannot cscnpo
from his control.
Mil. Jaeger is gradually getting a
fewboeds 'bent to him of Hawaiian
forest ti ccs. lie has received somo
milo beedb tliis last week." He as
sures jisthal it is' very dillicult to
get seeds of sqmo kinds' of i trees.
This ought, not to be so. Wq rust
Bonicof'dM' renders M cndcaVor-to
procure some of the .seeds required
1iy Mr. Jaeger in his laudable pffortq
,to rc-eotli6 tho mountains of'IIn-
WiuuWwItu forests, ' ' " '
WjL noticed la8tvwcek in iMiv
riirunVB lort street store some very
neat little hand-painlcd Christmas
cords, by Mrs. Strong. '-Somdof
them are characteristic: of these
Islands, nntl vKJuld "inakc ckigmit
.souvenirs for ,fricnds abroad. Mr.
Strong hns'also contributed' to the
snmc establishment two very hand
some wall plaques, representing
sprays of island flowers. Mr. and
Mrs. Strong have but lately come to
oir shores, 'nntLwo', welcome, these'
evidences' of hcir nrtlstio' talent with
Wk arc happy to state that the
paragraph referring to the negligence
of the Government in not having
tho branches of trees overhanging
the streets, trimmed, is incorrect.
The Hon. A. S. Cleghorn has had
this matter placed in his charge by
tho Minister of the Interior for oVcr
a week. Those whose business calls
tlicm.' along King street towards
Waikiki will bo' able to" sec Nvliaf
has already been done in this direc
tion. As soon as that street is fin
ished others will be undertaken. ,
AUCTION SALES'BY F. S,
On Tlmrsday, Duccmpor-1'i,
at our Sales Room, Denver Block,
at 10 o'clock a. m., ,
. ", 1 u 1
J20 Pure Morino and
F. 3. PRATT & Co., Aiicllunccw.
TO liu delivered 111' the Hull of llu?
Liliuuynnd Lending Room Asso
ciation, liy Mr. Cru.iui,
AVill 1 l'OKlOMCtl
203 It until further notice.
I7OR Sugar Mill.
For p.trtlculiirs nrmlv to
2(18 !lt G. W. MAUFA'ULAXK & Co.
1TII "ood lucoimnemtalioni. looks
t T for einnlovinent, Apnlv to
2,!2 !? ' U- A- VADffl) Afl,V. )
J ANTKI), to hhe, within r, minutes
. T Y . Hulk.oL.thei'ost. Olllee, 11 large
ple.iMint luifuuiished lpQiu. Apply to
tills olllee. 207
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&Clf n MONTH i now offeicd for
tpV Mill and Field HaniLs, "any
Niiti&nality. OavaNaiIu'r Aouxcv.'(
1 . 1 . . . 1 " ) k
FOH.Liiliiiin'a, n pencrillly tifoful Man,
one who uudcfttnml running u
t-cwing lnncliine piefened. Good wiigo.
200 CaVIAOU's Agency
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r, A loj' Waiitodj
SCIIOOL.UOY, native or'nn'uign, can
Iienrof lemiinerativc t'liiploymunt
on Ntuinnu 'Avenue, before and after
207 CAVENAGH'S AGENCY.
Notice of Dissolution of Cp-Partnorsbip
TVTOTIOE i.i lioreliy gien that tho Co.
1L1 piutucrt-hin heretofore existing he.
tween Hohkut Lovi; and Jami's Lovk,
:of Honolulu, under the iirm n.unu of
Robert Love it III other, has been dis.
Knlvrd liv niiilnnl eonspiit.
All eininH ngninst the said co-partner-uhlp
will forthwith l)a,pi6..enlcil to A". J.
Cartwright, at his olllee on Knahumanu
street, Honolulu ; and all moneys owing
to the same will he paid to him without
(Signed) A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Agent for Robt. Lo'o & Bro.
Honolulu, Dec, nth, 1632- 208 2w
Something New !
X Mpsl, ltefieshlng Drink.
Every family should use it. "Will keep
good forycni. Tho cheapest and
best drink out!
,i). felVE IT A TBIAL ,!..)
To be obtained only at
'S. J. LEVEY & Co'.,
208 Fort, Mreet.
OX KINO STREET, to let, 5 minutes
from l'ot Onicc, '
25U CAVENAQrS AGENCY.
IN SUITES nlid SINGLE,' In desirable
locality, suitable for private family.
got) l CAVENAGH'S AGENCY.
BARGAINS will ho sold an Ames-'
bury Fhreton, alnipit now, if. offer
cd for Hpon, at '
.207 FJ. HIGGINS'.
A', ROUT two weeks ago,-11 Saw, Claw
-rV Hummer, and lif Inch Socket
OhjHi'l.all marked T. 8,. The Under will
be Suitably rowaiiJcd- "liy leaving the
same at thu shop of TIlOS. HORREN,
SON, Queen street, 20.1 0t
A. O. F. Court Lunalilo, '
No. QOOO. 1
A SUMMONED MEETINO of the
above Couit will by held at the
Knights of Pythias' llall, on
. 1 ntTiJIO o'clock. '
Hunlncsi Nomination- Of Otilcert'f'or
t hu J.nbUiiig Ternn 11, J.i
, .. 1 . yiOiucr,i,, u -.1 ! -803
Wo have justjicvoived And arc M
jusCi evolved Arid arc ?
- ., Alargoimo'coof , . ,,
Toys, Wiood, motalj &c
Doll Carriages, 1
1 ' r Vokl'ig'Horscs, V iX
. Majolica Ware, I
JardlnU'rcf, - . . P ,1, iff. '
Statuettes, , . . -.
A1ljnm, . .
&(!., &(., &c. t
20.1 2w II. 1IACKFELI) &'Co.
- ..CAKES! -CAIESI
l', -von- ' -
Christmas and Mew Year !
For sale of all tlcscrlntftini bolli
Plain and Ornamohtat, x '
Consisting of Fruit, Pound, ' .- ,
Spongv, CItlon, &c., &c.
II tTrTXTICl ,t ,
ti JUfu, jiuiuvo AVL'ii'Kiuiwn
lilClX MlJVCJii MJ3AX,
ClirlbtniaVaml Now Year's
Also, a very largo assortment of
Fancy Sugar Toys !
of my own manufacture, and guaranteed,
to be free from nil poisonous colors, so.
extensively used in the manufacture of
.imported candles. .
ESPThc largest and '
Finest Stock of Candies I
consisting of scveial thousand pounds
' of-my own manufacture, and guar,
anlecd stiictly pure, for
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery, .
JIolcl streetf (between Foil fy Nuunuu)
K : - 201 lm
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AS THE TJEAR ISiCLOSIXG I de.
she to sav Hint all merchants and
vstorekcepers will lliul it to their Interest
)tqi.nb(ronic me, if mlfdd jiclpasirt
quireil to adjust accounts, arrange books,
and general business matters for the now
year. ' '
EST" Commercial mnttcrs of every dc3.
criptldft 'attended to. "' '" "
.1. E. WISEMAN,
Qencrnl Rusine(ss Agent,
201 lm ,. 27 Mei chant htrect.
UNION "FEED 'COMPANY, A.-W.
Itu.su, .Manage'". Seo adveitlse
ment on other pauc, 23
water JNotice. x ; ,t j,
Ofllce (Jup't AVater Works, .
Honolulu, July ;t 1882i.
LL perbons having Water PrlVlle'ges
aronotilleu that thoir Wncr Jtntcs
aropaynblo seniLanniially, in advance,
nt 1110 ouice 01 ire buncrintetu
water Works, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon the lht dav of Januarv and July 01
each year. OlIAS. B. WlESON.
Sup't Water Works.
S. K. Kaai, Minister of Intel ior. 201
TO ItENT, Oh Kiilnbknliun
Plains, corner of Kinau and
Pcnsiicola stieets. ono LARGE
COTTAGE, containing Parlor, Dining
Room, U Bedrooms, Bath-ioom with nil
modern convenience; large Pantiy and
Kiteiicn, uith latticed vciaitdanroom
attached; aKo Stable, with 3 stalls, hay
and carriage 1091m; nnd 2 looms for
hcrvants. For further particulars apply
to WM. W. HALL. 25U
TO LET a Cottage, contain.
ing i rooniSj wiiu htauitng and
every eonvenience. situated. nn
the Plains ono 'mild from 'town. ' Arte
sian well water. For puitlculltiH annly
to , k A.. FERNANDEZ,
200 lm at E. O. Hall & Son's.
Xotice. ' '.
ON hecount Xt pressure of time, Mrs.
A. M. Mollis Is compelled to notify
her patrons tlmtMic will sco them lNIi'
on Wednesday and Friday of each week,
until fuither notice. " .
MRS. A. M. MELLI8.
104 Fort Street.
LL persons having horses piUtilrlng
without permission, on that niece
ui mini im-iug iving nircci, reeenuy oc
cupied by Mr. Outer, and known us Kc
walo, a,io hereby lotiUed,, thni itliclr
horFCS will lib inipoundtd iffouiid'thero
after Uie 1st of December.
S" W. L. WILCOX.
Honolulu, Nov. 30, 1882. 2o0 lw
THE undersigned rItcs nqtlpo that lie
hii been' appointed lry tho Court
of'Conunlssioncrs of Alnbami) Claims a
Coiumlssioner to lako the testimony of
such witnesses as may eninc before him
to bo used in the Investigation of, any,
claim whlob may bo presented before
D. A. Mckinley.
uonuiuiu, riov, y.i, ltjsy.
uRINO.tho lemilorary aliscnro of
MtAV;.a. Irwin" fropi this King,
doni, Mr.VM. GiKi'Aiifa will attend to
the business of our House. ' Jk
320 2m'- "'With G.'IRWIN;& CO.
Jforftile,,,' ",",' II
T ADIES' SADDLE n0RSE;.also,im
U Pcfl'imy. j . ,,, ,. ,
251) 0AYBNA6lIjd AaENOY,
L s .-1 ,"V. -J! 'r ' . " .' te.e:.3V,
IV CHRISTMAS L
A -b. Hi "' .
J. T. "Waterhouse
lias epcclally imported a largo quantity
of goods, 1 r
Suitable lor tfresontfi'
1. 1 for, both old nnd young
'Beautiful Pictures In splendid gill Iramet,.
Gilt Brackets and iliclcs,
' Chlpm-rKlnlo AVhiiUnots, '
! . Vy owe Roxcs ami Baskets,
Desks. Dresslns Cases, Inkstandi, ,,
, Glove and Handkerchief Poxes,
! ' BoOk Slides, Satchels, '
Minors, Bronzes, .
"- " Album Slakuls,
Christmas Cards, wood and meuil, .
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS, '', .'
Bows and Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon,
' l'nnier Macho Card Trays,
From fi.cents to, $.23, drcssexl & undrcss'd
Doll's Trousseaux-and qvcry requisite
'Comiicmlhrmq, Strtr Rlngolcttc,'
Triple Bowling, Balance Games, Ac
'tSUvcryflilng will lie f ouiuT To pleaei
tlie most fastldibUH' taste, nnd no
stocking need go empty for
want of ,11 present. , '
No. 10 Fort Street.
CHRISTMAS GHEER I
No Christmas Tnblo is Complete
Without some of
w. ic. mook;
Sultry gjg Poultry!
Turkeys. Chickons and Ducks,
Lot'of Sjilendid Suoking; Pig
11 , At tli'e lowest market rates. '
Residence, No.,210 Fort'fetrccl.
.201 , Telelu)nc,No.22.
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BOOTS & SHOES!
Foot-wear of all kindB,
and to suit every urse.
Has just opened and Is now selling a
of Hoots and Shoes
of tho best workmanship and nealist
j.1, . - "ylt8- suif.j
Embroidered Christmas Slippers.
GentlemcnVFinu Wear In
English Walking Shoes,
Congress Gaiters, &c , &c.
Tho "Stronghold" English WalklngMlar
' that never ilp.
French Cqlfskin Dicss Roots,
Riding Roots, Plantation Roots,
Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes
. in the latest fashlous.KA. vi'I?
tSTA large stock.of Fiench Dicsslng.
114 ITori. Sli'cqi,
-Oily Opposite Pantli eon Stables
!'a;'' ; jv rj . u;'n' r 3
-No. 67 Ilotel Street.-
Work Ro.es and Tables,
Parlor Tables, VrUIng Desks. . k
.' ' Paper'Knlves, niilcrej "" J
Glove,,Handkqrchlef, & Jewelry Boxei,
Hnlr Chains, Necklaces,
Brooches, &c., &c. .
i,ijri. . 1 ' ''..im.', -iilT
In dltrerent'stylcs, nnd 'very low
prices; albo, just received . '
new 1 lues of
Holiday Goods ! ' 5
I'OfBuo'' , , , .,
i, , .Embi'oldery-und Crochct.Work,'
All Uie above wl lie fpimd' In'greaV
.yarlety, and avcellcnt juillity, - ! r
" together wl'ih'nti Hio " ' '
usual stock of a' '""
Illft'IP ,t".i KIJ .', 19B fl.1.5
Dry Goods Estaljllslnneiit.
J """"D nuwuaumvuu
1 1'A'cMI "will re-pay v'o'u',Iluadt6ni'dJv.fo
rtlw.tiou W.' 7 t """310
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