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TUKSUAY, DEC. 10, 1882.
THIS DAY'SIDOINGS. '
Cliristmas Sale, nt Snlcs Room of
F. S. Prntt & Co, nt 7 o'clock.
Ibind Concert nt Einnm Square,
Foit St. Vestry, Teinpenulco
Am. Legion of Honor, No 7 17,
,Thc P. U. A. inserts tlint Mit.
I'ii.ipoV ncctisations ngninst the
lVcinicr, which first appeared "in n
unlive mini," hnvo been refuted "in
an editorial article of another native
print, the Jilele I'oakolu" nnd
says, "Fairness on the part of the
editors of those foreign papers"
Gazette and Press "would have
dictated the publication of a tran
station of this also." We have to
support the 1'. 0. A. this time.
Common fairness demands both
"sides of every question.
flic Band will
, concert nt
Mm ch Over Land and Sen Faust
Overture The Light Ciivnhy....Suppc
Ti ay cr Slopes In Egypt Rossini
Selection The Troubadour, (by request)
Sulcclion Tim Shallow Elotow
Willi. Love mid Lost . .Midler
Quadrille Tho Girls' Hoarding School..
The bchooncr Julia is fully dun
iiom the New Hebrides. On her
arrival she will take a number of
Gilbert Islanders to their homes.
J any of our readers know if any
of these whose time is up on the
other islands they will confer a
favor on them by imparting this
information lo tlicm.
The Australia left Sydney 00th
Nov., and Auckland nth Dec. Had
2 j days gnlc nftcr leaving Sydney,
ljasscd Snmoau Islands Dili Dec,
crossed equator 12th. lMth had
strong N.E. 'winds and high sea to
NEWS FROM HAWAII.
Twelve inches of rain fnll nt
Hnknkut in 1 hours. It wns the
heavest rainfall ever known. Three
bridges were washed away nt Iliio
by' the rain. Tcuillc storms have
been blowing on the Kona and Kau
side. A new mill U to be put up nt
A lion iblo murder was committed
at Howick, New Zealand, Dec. 3rd.
A farm laborer named Crowley, in
tClM of anger at his second wife's
nagging, beat her head into n pulp
with a lint iron.
On Dec. 2d, two trains collided
near Hawthorn, Victoria. Both
wcro running at 20 miles an hour.
The carriages and engines of each
were telescoped. One person died
fronvhis injuries and over 20 more
arc seriously injured.
NEW 80UTH WALE8.
The l'aikcs Ministry has been de
feated on its Land Hill. Parliament
was dissolved and a new election is
now taking place. The Sydney
Mornimi Jlcruhl oflico is now
lighted at night by Edison's system.
It is a perfect success, and the com
positors speak highly of it.
More outrages have taken place on
returned laborers by South Sea
In reply to the petition of llio
3'icsbyterian Church conference to
the Home Government the Secretary
of Stntc for the Colonics states that
lie has not been able to advise Her
Majesty to annex the New Hebrides
or establish n British protectorate
over them. He awaits llio return of
Sir Aithur Gordon to consult and
devise better measures -for the prc
vcTitian of disorders in the Pacific
-,'JL'ho splendid Orient Liner, Aus
trol, sunk in Neutral Bay, In the
harbor of Port Jackson, on Nov. 11.
She was lying snugly nt anchor
Ihcic, icceiving coals from n tender
alongside when she suddenly listed
over, and her ports being open tho
water poured in so rapidly that sho
mindcrcd in n few minutes. 70 or
80 of the olllccrs and crew were on
board; of thebc fl have perished.
Mdst' of i them were nblqcp in their
bunks, and had only time to rush
out half miked nnd jump on to thu
lighters alongside. The verdict of
the jury nt tho inquest was that tho
captain, chief nillcor. chief engineer
and carpenter had committed grave
MiTHrs of judgmeiit in not taking
butler precautious to cimuro thy
1 TT: .-"' . -j t u j fUrJU ' 1 um iaai v ana. IT
wifely of the ship. The preliminary
operations of raising her liavo been
undei taken. The Australian Eleven
Vi ere- banqueted and feted on their
nrrivnl. 'L'ho Victorian team won the
Intercolonial Kiilo match.
Five new l'rofcssoi ial Chnirs have
been added to the Melbourne Uni
versity. Tlie English Eleven beat
the Victorian Eleven In a two innings
match, with 10 wickets to spare.
US tons dry sugar to the acre has
been obtained fioin 12 months' plant
cane at Cnims. Mass meetings arc
being held protesting against the
introduction of Cingalese.
Mr. "William Malcolm has chatter
ed a vessel to go to South Africa to
bring ("iO pnir of Osttichcs. Ho has
already made n bticccss in Ostiich
farming having 71 birds already.
He predicts an export of $2,500,000
in n few years. A telegram has
been received from Loudon announ
cing the failure of the proposed loan
at 4 per cent, at par.
The New Zealand Shipping Com
pany have arranged for a monthly
steam service to England, and arc
contracting for the building of a licet
of -1,000 ton refrigerator steel
steamers. Meantime the company
propose to charter first the British
King, which sails for London on
"Washington, Dae. 1. The presi
dent has leceivcd the following
communication from Prof. E. Stono
"Wiggins, L. L. 1)., Astronomer of
the Canadian Finance Department,
under date of Ottawa, November
27th: On the 23d of September last,
1 announced through the Canadian
press that a gieat storm would occur
in March next; that it would first be
felt in the Gulf of Mexico on tho
night of the 7th, and being deflected
by the Rocky Mountains, would cross
tilts' niciidian from the west at noon
of Sunday, March 11, 1883. No
vessel, whatever her dimensions, will
be safe out of hnibor, nnd none of
small tonnage can hope to survive
the tidal wave and fury of this tem
pest. As the wind will blow from the
southeast, the planetary force will be
sufllcient to submcige the lowlands
on the American coast, especially
those bordering on the Gulf of
Mexico and washed by the Gulf
stream, the nir currents for several
bundled miles along the east side of
the Bocky Mountain range, owing to
the great atmospheric pressure in
those legions, will spread universal
distruction. The New Englnnd states
will also suffer seveiely from the
wind nnd floods. No point outside
hnibor in the whole area of the
Atlantic, especially north of tho
equator, will be a place of safety, for
this will be pieemincntly the grentest
storm that has visited this continent
since the days of your illustrious first
President. In view of this event,
thercfoie, I take great liberty in
lcprcbcuting to your Excellency the
advisability of ordering all United
States Hhips into safe harbors not laten
than the ftth of March, till this storm
A Toronto press dispatch says
"Wiggins' standing as a scientific
autlioiity is somewhat doubtful.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Everything is in first-class hands:
wo prophecy a most enjoyable even
ing. 'Yin: steamer Australia was sighted
nnd telephoned by Mr. W. O. Smith
from his residence- at -I : lo p.m. on
Tiik S. J Merchant of Dec. 8th
contains a very good article on the
Becipiocity Treaty extracted from
Lst Saturday afternoon pro
gramme at Emma street at 4:30.
Horse racing front Emma Square to
Punchbowl street. "Where were the
"Wk again draw our readers' atten
tion to the first anniversary ball of
the A. O. F., to bo held to-morrow
night. The surplus will bo for tho
benefit of this most deserving Order.
Osi: of tho largest bullocks in tho
world went up by the Australia for
exhibition In America and Europe.
It was bred at Powcrscotut, Gipps
land, Victoria, and weighs 3,200
A tempcranco meeting will be
held to-night in the vestry of Fort
Street Church, at which n mviow of
the effects pf tho present liquor law
will bo made. Practical evidence
will bo given by citizens of its nd-
Ykstkiiday a number of minors
wcra floating round about Home
body being shot at Kallhl. It np
jieaiH that a boy was shot In the
hutul ou Sunday about 12 ;30,' but
how, it is not easy to say. The boy
says a. man suddenly popped up and
Eliot nt him, but cannot tlcsciibc
him or say which way ho went for
even rccognizo him should ho sco
Tiik Avould-bb critics of piano
playing, who arc talking so much
about last Tuesday night's perform
ance, arc asked if they could do any
belter themselves. If they can, why
don't they come forward and do it?
To givo nn example of how mean
some people in this town can be we
relate the following: No less than
two pieces of crape, tied lo a door
handle of n shop on Fort street to
denote bereavement in the family,
were stolen in succession on Sunday.
Mtt. Anxinv yesterday shipped
his fine black stallion, named Black
bird, to Maui for tho season. It is
indeed n splendid animal for tho
purpose, nml its nttcndnnt hns
taught it quite a number of interest
ing little tticks. It is not yet 4
It is remarked, as a snmplo of the.
good management in our street
mending, that bullock carts arc
daily taking out bad stone to mend
the road, beside the tramway while
a train is being run along that very
tramway which is btfnging good
stone past the spot where tho repairs
arc being made. - That hi how tho'
Tin: Japanese Consul has received
information that a cablegram has
been received at San Francisco,
announcing that His Ex. M. Suji,
vice Minister of His Imperial Japan
ese Majesty's Household attended
by Mri M.' Ishib.ishl as Secretary
will arrive hole in time to bo pre
sent nt tho Coronation.
Mnssits. F. S. Pratt & Co. an
nounce in our columns that they
-will hold another of their popular
Cliristmas Auctions this evening.
Amongst the list of valuable Christ
mas piceciits wo notico a 30 years
collection of shells is to bo offered.
This ought to be put chased by the
Government for our museum; but
if they arc not public spirited
enough, a committed should be im
mediately formed to sccutc this
valuable collection for public use.
"Wo advise our readers who arc
thinking of purchasing anything in
tho line of Cliristmas, presents as
they will find every comfort and
civility. Chairs will be provided
for the ladies as before.
C2?" Every lady should sec the New
Patterns which Jilits. Jlni.i.is has just
lecelved direet fiom Paris. 2(Ii
Supremo Court ol tho Hawaiian Islands
In tho mutter of tho bankruptcy of Cum
Chum or Lum Kee Snin (ch). Peti
tion of Yini Quon.
WHEUEAS older hns thi day issued
o the Mnishnl to take posses
sion of the property of Cum Clitini, or
Lmn Kee Sum (ch), of Honolulu, Islam!
of Onhu, and to put his Moic houses
cll'cetx, books ami papcis under look nml
seal, on the petition of Yim Quon,'
alleging the (.uiil Cum Chum otherwise
Lum Kee Sam (ch), to be n dehtor to the
amount of ever Two Thousand Dollnis,
nnd pinying that for ceittiin stntutoiy
rontons ln Mild petition named, ho bo
adjudged a bankrupt.
Xow thriofoic, It is ordered that nt 2
o'clock onVcdiicMlny, the 20th day of
December, A. D. ISBi, nt my Clmmliers
in Honolulu, he the time nnd plncc for
hearing the snid petition, nnd deciding
the question of said Imnkiuptey if (lis.
putcd, nnd that n copy hereof and of
said petition he seived on said dun
Chum, otheiwito Lum Kco Sam (ch),
withn bummoiiB to attend at fcidd hear,
Witness my hand nnd tho seal Af said
Supreme Couit, at said Honolulu, this
lOtli day of December, 1882.
'Signed Lawmcxck McCm.i.v.
Justice Supieme Court.
Just Roccivcd, thoso Desirable
The most suitable huts for this
clininte. For sale by
273 A. S. Clcgliora & Co
ANU11SE GIRL or woman to mind
children, nnd for general house
woik. If o, 8 Bchool nt 270 8t
THE members of tho nbovc Lodgo aro
requested to meet on Thursday, 21st
instant, nt usuul place, nnd time.
275 lit Fuaxk Godfuky, Secretary
Mi ore to Kent,
FIXTURES for sale. Apply next door
to "Wilkinson's Express Ofllcc, King
street. ' 274 at
FRESH consignment of Prime
ill (JAVnXAOH fl AOIINCV.
C LARGE Unfurnished
minutes walk from Post Ofllcc.
rnilK hiuinoss of n rpsfmrnnt, good
X Hand, in full running union stovu
and conk house utensil's complete. TcrniB
87a CAVfcNAUllM AUKJiCY.
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a f -. , s ; J
B. F. EHLEE'S STORE,
December 20th. nl 7 o'clock nt
CHRISTMAS SALE !
Beautiful Presents !
E. P. An mp, Auctioneer.
Unusual Business Opportunity.
' Stock and Good Will,
Tuesday, December aGili,
nt 12 noon, nt Sales Room,
Uy order of A J. Cm twi ight, Esq., I will
pell at miction thu
Lof, 'Stoic, Uulhling, Stables, Cook
house, lloiscs, Delivery "Wagons
'nnd .nil Machinery nnd stock con
'nccttd with tho bakery of Messrs
Love Uros., onNuuanu street.
Also, thoso thrco vory dosirablo Rcsidonco
Lots, with buildings thcroon,
Sltuntcd on Kuunmi Avenue, near
Kukui, between the Lyceum nnd the
James Lemon pronert-.
jFor further particumr.s see posters, or
enquire of A. J. Cnrtwright, or
E. P. Ad vms, Auctioneer.
All who aro Invitod, or such as aro not
'" Supplied wIlH ' ' fr
Eleejant Dress Suits
Can bo accommodated with ono of thoso
Superb Black Dress Suits
Only to bo found at my storo. Call early
and cxamlno thoso goods, so you may
comparo tlicm with othors , .
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1882.
AVc have just received and arc ,
A htrgo invoice of
Toys, wood, metal, &c,
Doll'h Can luges,
Flower Ppts, ,
&c, &c, &c.
20.-! 2w II. HACKFELD & Co.
Useful Chinese lloyn,
(ft 9 PER MONTH,
271 CAVENAGH'S AGENCY.
DURING tho temporary nbsenco of
Mr. AV. G. Irwin from this King,
dom, Mr. Ay.'Mi OikkAiid will attcud.t,to
tho business of our h'ouse.
220 2m WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AS THE4YEAR IS CLOSING I dc.
siro to say that all merchants nnd
storekeepers will find it to their Intercut
to patronize me if outside help is re
quired to adjust accounts, arrange bookh,
and gcncitd liusluess mailers for tho new
r3T Commercial mntters of every des,
ciiption attended to.
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Ibisiuoss Agent,
201 lm 27 Mcrclmnt street.
HOUSE and COTTAGE, on the Mont,
comury Estutc, over SiiiUh'ri
271 CAVENAGH'S AQENOY.
fXX KING BTREET, to let, 15 minutes
s irom l'osi uiiico,
ms BAIL Mm
AUCTION SALES BY F. 8.. MATT & Co.
December 10th, nt 7 o'clock, nt tho
baled .lioom, Jicavcr xiiocK,
New Year's Presents.
Oil Paintings, Wider Color Pictures,
Silk Dlnnkcts, Albums,
Silver Plnted Wnro, Chtomos,
1 Mndelrn Embroideries,
Bronzes, Engravings, ,
Dolls, Jewelry, &c., &c.
Abo, n Mipoilorlotpf .Shells, n.collccllon,
of yo years.
1VS". PRATTVc do., Auctioneers.
' .i.i.. ii
NOW ON EXHIBITION
,JL at my Store,
No. 55 Hotel Street,
the following line goods will I will offer
for side nt Jobber's prices,
"Until tho 28th of this month :"
! !M gold s. Elgin Wnitham Wntches
fi0 silver ditto ditto
10 nlcklc ditto ditto, Swiss watches
20 Gent'rt holid gqld vest chains
12 Ladies' opera chains . ,
18 Ladles' and children's neck chains
fiO Solid gold sets pins nnd ear-rings
20 Rolled gold plnted ditto ditto
Solid gohbrncclcUnnd bangles
80 Prs. Ladles' and children's ear-rings
120 Gold icnl rings ' '
80 Scarf pins,
A largo variety of cyc-glnsscs & bracelets
CliiijiiH, swivels, plated vest chnins and
charms; children's ribbon nnd cuff
pins, ribbon lockets nnd, charms.
Jewelry cjiscs. in VclVcttaud jpIUili ,
Wntcli stands and parlor clocks, in plush
MusjcHbclQoks nnd boxes,,-,
I'nrior, calendar, dining room,
""", luiwmuil, liuiil mill, UIUUKC
omcc. luKsinnu, plain
Dinning, ninrm, o-ciNy nnd lU-uour
Clocljs, T ' ,V, 5 (""PPiiO
Saturday Evening, Dec. 30th,
(he balance of stock, nt Hint time,
together, wllh stoic fixtures, safe, show
cases, clinnd61lcr, nnd lease of store will
Ve disponed of by Mr. Adams,
At Publie Auction,
rit his Sales room, Queen st.
On January l)rd, I wU offer nt private,
mill.-, ui. iu. mi uuici Biruei, my large null
well selected stock of Watchmnkcr's
Tools and Stock. Tho tools will be sold
in one lotr and the stock in one lot, or,
both' trfgdthcr'." Tills 'Vfic? H good for
pno day only. ,,
1). W. CLARK.
Honolulu, Deo 10, 1882.
A- O. Xi'
Court Lunaiilo, No 6600
Will be held on
Wednesday Even'g, Dec. 20
At tho New Music Hall.
Grand March 8 o'clock .
To be had at J. M. Oat & Co's nnd J. W.
Robertson & Co's- 274 8?
CHRISTMAS CHEER I
No Christmas Tabic Is Complete'
Without somo of
0L IC. MOORE'S
Turkeys, Chickens and Ducks,
Lot of Splondid SupkinPigjB,
M tub lowest market' rates. "'
Residence, 219 Fort Street.
For Sale !
THE QrowlngCrop of 13 tnro patchW, ,
&, 0'rtnrt7 months- oldj 'with alt
lieccssniy privileges until crop la taken
off. No scarcity of, water. Also, patch
of sweet polato, nearly hpc. Pnco low.
Must lie sold.
27J1 CAVENAGH'S AGENCY.
Notico of Dissolution of Co-Partnership
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho Co
partnership burqtofpro existing be.
tween Roiiuut Lovk nnd Jamks Lovk .
of Honolulu, under tho firm name of
Robeit Love & Brother, lias been dls.
solved by mutual consent...
All clnlmfc ngiilnst tbq sniff co-partner.
ship will forthwith be presented to A- J.
Caitu right, at his olllco on KunbuniBnu
street, Honolulu i 'nnd nil moneys owing
to the sumo will be paid to him without
delay ' C " OJ ct
(Signed) A. J. CARTWniGHT,
Airent forltoht: Lovo && Brn.
Uouolulu. Dec. Ulh. 1683. 90S 9w
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