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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8, 1880.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Kale at Sales Room
of F. S. Pratt & Co., nt 10 o'clock.
lk-thel, i'uiyer meeting, 7:00.
Fort fit. Church, prayer meeting,
St. Andrew's Ciithcdial, usual bcr
New year's day
Has come ml gone. Ills well to ic
llcct n little on the scenes Unit it
g'ac lisc'to. Moic jneiry making
tuul holiday-keeping awi indulged in
''thiin nt Christmas. Moic shops
were shut and less ivoik avos Hone.
I'ho sticets wcio crowded nil duy
with people, many of whom were in
toxicated. Gieiiler diiuikenness
has not been seen hero since the
passing of the new Liquor Law. In
another column will be found the
iiumber -who were locked up, and of
these many lycre women. Some
were so drunk that they didn'tfeven
know, liieir own names. In the after
noon, THE BAND CONCERT
Was fairly attended. Wc think)
with most others, that it was the
best given here for many years. The
programme was well selected and
carried out, and wc.jarc sure Mr.
Bergcr must feel gratified at the suc
cess of his efforts in producing the
best and most popular music in such
good style. At 3 o'clock
Was drawn up on the cradle of the
Marine Railway successfully, the
whole operation taking less than
three quarters of an hour. "We trust
that having work from the first will
be an augury of the success of the
undertaking for the rest of the year.
Durum the day the usual calls
were paid. At Kalihi a pigeon shoot
ing match was held, at which Mr.
J. Haley mndc the best score.
In the evening the slips anil sittings
at Fort street Church were sold by
Mr. Adams. Mr. P. C. Jones paid
. the highest premium of 8100: the
1 next being ten of $50 each. The
. total amount realized was about $5,
. i The concert at Kaumakapili ou
Monday evening, for the benefit of
the Y. M. C. C, -was listened to by
a laigc audience, who went away
highly pleased with their entertain
"Was crowded on Sunday morning
with those anxious to hear, the
quarterly examination of the Sunday
Schools. The exercises were gone
throughthoroughly and well, but
wlicic so much was good in each it
would be invidious to pailicularizc.
"Wc look upon these quaiterly ex
hibitions as being of great value to
both teachcis and scholais, and it is
evident that they aie growing in
public favor by the incieasing at
tendance. THE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION
Met on Tuesday morning, at 10
.o'clock, in the Bethel. The Presi
dent, Mr. Jones, delivered an excel
lent address, the maiu ideas of
which were "teach less and teach it
better" and ' 'examination is no sure
lest of knowledge." The Secretary's
report .was read and various letters.
Thanks were voted to the Board of
Educutiontfor their kind considera
tion of the Association. The elec
tion of officers came next.
Mr. Baldwin being absent, Mr.
Hitchcock spoke on his projected
Hawaiian Dictionary. The work
had been suggested to him by tho
Board. He had already got ns far J
as C, and would be icady for the
printer in about six or eight mouths,
lie bioughttho letter A with him
for inspection. Theto were 700
wokIh under it, nod the whole would
coTilfiiu 10,000 to 12,000, lie used
Webster's High School mid Un
abridged ,as bases. Miss Shceley
then gave a most; interesting pi nc
tica( resume of first lessons in tho
Tonic Solfa system of teaching sing
ing, which were 'thoroughly enjoyed
by all. The wcctij? thcu adjourned
Wc clip the following ilSmhriter
csting to seamen, fiont a lato San
"On the last trip of the Danish
steamer Vollmor, fioin Hongkong to
Victoria, during a severe storm
which prevailed in the China and
Japan Seas, the vessel fell in with
an immense mass of floating trees
and coarse foliage, uprooted among
the island by the heavy rains and
winds. The storm was local, ex
tending over a ciiciiuifercncc not
gi eater than a few bundled miles.
The Vollmcr at the time had mi
board over, oUO Chincbo passengers,
intended as laboicis upon the
noathorn lailionds, mil the curious
sight oio.itcd great consternation
among them. The vc-scl experienced
much dilliuulty in steering tlnougli
the floating mass. Three blades of
her propeller were broken off. She
put into Yokohama, and after icpaii
nig proceeded on her voyage."
This reminds us of the extensive
tracts of sca.wecd, often found float
ing in the gulf stream and along the
-Bahamas in the Atlantic Ocean.
Wc were once in a ship crossing the
gulf slicani, when we encountered
ono of these sea-weed diifts, by
which the progicss of the vessel
during a very light breeze was
stopped for nearly a day, till a
strong wind sprung up and pushed
her through it. Steamers not un
ficquently have their piopcllcis
clogged in crossing these drifts,
which, however, arc not so danger
ous as floating ticcs and logs.
Occasionally these logs are throw n
ashoic on our islands, having drifted
all the way fiom Oregon or places
fuithcr noi th.
For the months ending December
1, 188-2. Ages Under 1,1; 1 to
."), 4 ; 5 to 10, 0 ; 10 to 20, I ; 20 to
30, G ; 30 to 10, 3 ; 10 to 50, 4 ;
50'to 00, 2 ; GO to 70, 1 ; over 70
15. Total 14.
Cause of death. Asthma 1, Abc
ccss 1, Accident 1, Consumption 3,
Convulsions 1, Congestion 2, Dysen
tery 3, Disease of the heart 1, De
bility 1, Erysipelas 1, Exhaustion 1,
Fever 3, Leprosy 1, ,01d age 13,
Paralysis 2, Syphilis 2, Suicide 1 ,
Unknown 5, Whooping Cough 1.
Total 4 J.
Comparative monthly mortality.
December, 1878, 75 deaths ; De
cember, 187!), 9G ; December, 1880,
47; December, 1881, 38; Decem
ber, 1882, 44.
Total deaths for the year, 542 ;
Annual death late per 1,000 Ilawai
ians, 37.18; Annual death rate per
1,000 foicigners, 19.01.
Jxo. II. Brown,
Agent Board of Health.
'Vlic whaling bark Eliza was off
The bark Discovery did not leave
on Monday as intended, the Captain
and crew being subpomicd as evi
dence in the smuggling case.
Flora our onu Corrcijiauitent.
On Wednesday, the 27th of Dec
ember, a fulal 'accident occurred
near the Court House at Kapaau.
Hon. Mr. Aiwohi, the Bepiesenta
tivc of North Kohala, was driving
alone in a wagon on the main road,
when ho was met by a drove of
loose horses, the drivers of which, it
is said, urged them at headlong
speed just as they came up with the
wagon. At all events, Mr. Aiwohi's
horse took fright, ran pwav and
overset the wagon, throwing him
down a steep place into the ravine.
He was picked up insensible. Dr.
Thompson was summoned,- but fail
ed to reproduce consciousness, and
death resulted in a few hours, from
concussion of the brain. The de
ceased', though by no means a brilli
ant man, was reputed to bo an
honest, and a faiily intelligent one.
Ho had lucii mi ordained clergy
man, at one timo settled at Kawai
hae. His decease will necessitate a
new election for this district, that
is, if the Lcgisl.it uiu is called for an
extra session on account of tho
Wc aro in tho midst of a regular
Jtoua, (Dec. 28) the (wlnd ftom
West and South-west, with copious
lains, and decidedly cold,
Tho little steamer Kapiohini, be
longing to W. II. Cummins, of
Maui, Yhich has lately been l tinning
between Mnhukona and the District
of Kona, is ropoited at Kcalakekiui,
disabled by a leaky boiler. It is a
pity, asftlic was just inaugurating u
M'ty paying business.
LOCAL & GENERAL. ITEMS.
Wito was at the Commciclal on
Monday night and made a, speech?
11ai,i:akai.a is now wearing his
snow cap, and the snow is low down,
on the hills of Hawaii.
Tho fJovcrnniPiit yesterday look
over the Marino Railway and paid
the balance of the money.
At a paity on Monday evening
they had everything in the market
and a Crab(be).
Qt'irr. a little bachelor's patty nl
E. William's on Monday night.
It was very enjoyable.
The fnnil for San Fiancisco, per
Gonsuclo, closes at the Post Office
at 11 a. in. to-day.
Wr. have itifoimcd
standing the new
express drivers over
Tin: Bcretauia street railway is
settling down with the wet weather.
It docs not seem to have been pro
A samtt. of 21 mins was filed at
noon of New Year's dayi
tarv cvoluted thr6ugh the
the great delight of (the little b'oys.,
DiiuxKr.xxr.ss was fcai fully pre
valent on Monday. A gcTitlcmmr
coining up from Waialua said he
didn't meet a sober native on the
Mil. S. K. Manx announces in
our coluins that he is prepared to
tcccive pupils in di awing, draught
ing and the sciences. Evening
pupils can also be accommodated.
Oris readcis' attention is drawn
to the fact that a dividend of 10 per
cent, per shaie in the Hawaiian
Agricultural Co. has been declared.
The notification will bo found in our
ad vci Using columns.
Tiiehu were, 28 drunks,, ,5 assault
and 'battery', 5 affiays, and 2 for
adultery hauled -iu on Monday be
sides other cases. All these were
more or less drunk. The last of
fence was committed in the sticet in
. A Ciiixaman was arrested on
Monday morning for driving with a
counterfeit badge. He was licensed
and stated that he had lost the other
and got this made to replace it. Wc
mention this to show the vigilance
of Mr. W. S. Wond.
No i.r.ss than 200 South Sea Isl
anders arc at the depot. The care
taker informs us that many arc
afraid to go home and would like to
ship again. All of them have bought
firearms at from $4 to $30 each,
which they will use on their ictiiin.
It is rumored, but we can find no
official authority for it. that a China
man was caught at Lahaina smuggl
ing opium in cases containing gin ;
also that a man arrested at Maui for
the minder of Mis. Bell Pompar
committed suicide in his cell.
Ox' Saturday evening, the Mission
Childicn's Society met at the lion.
S. N. Castle's, and held a most in
tciesting meeting. Sonic excellent
papcis wore icad : one b Miss Pay
son being of great interest. Singing
and music filled up the intervals
Mn. A. Boia receives the congra
tulations of all his friend on his mar
riage on Monday evening to Mrs., J.
Laddr The marriage was a qiiict
one in the presence of a few pcisonnl
friends nt the residence of the1 Hon.
C. It. Bishop. May their wedded
life be as prosperous and happy as
its opening da, and1 may they en
joy eacli anniversary with the coiit
sciousness that oveiy day has been
as happy as the Hist. God blebs
On January lt, 1883', nt tho lcMdeaeo
of Hon. O. It. Bishop, by tho Hew A.
Mackintosh, Major Antonq Homi to Mr.
Joanna Ltidd. No Cards.
0 Tkachku ov Cjiawino,
DiiAvaiiTixo ami 'run Sciences.
287 No, 181 FoiUUeot. lm
Those Splendid Promises No
09 BorcUinia street. Apply to
287 lw Cot. I'oit mid King stiects.
"Wanted for a City Job,
6 Masons or Bricklayers,
20 Laborers. Full Wages.
287 Cavkkaoii'h Aokncv.
A DIVIDEND of $10 por s)imu in
tho Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
has been declared and is piiyabjo to
BtockholUeis ul tho olfiuu of i
287 lw y. UI$YKU & .C
OWING TO THE UNUSUAL DIMAND THAT WE HAVE HAD FOR
113131 & BAKTON'S
And, notwithstanding tlic
lot Hint we opened a few
weeks ago, wax the hugcM
wc lime ocr lecclved, wc
find oiuohci quite out of
We have decided lomnkc
a Hboinl dKcount toall pin
(Impels of these goods mid
.( f our
until iifli'i the CliiHnins
Wciilc obliged In older
tiiiiuw supply burnetii! ly,
in older to be piop.ued lor
tho-e wedding which uiu
to conic off scon.
H y llllBlr
E. O. HALL & SON'S.
bst-'iHi v : a fixi: ASj-or.TMfcvr op
floots, Shpcs, Slippers, ' Sandals, Ties, &c.
THE PIN EST SELECTION OF GENTS' SCARFS,
One in a hot, all of which mo
Eminently Suitable for Christmas Presents
277 A. W. 1UOHARDSOX & CO.
AUCTION SALES BY F. is. PRATT & Co.
This Day, Wednesday,
January 3, at 10 A.m.,
At Sales l'oim, Bu.ier Block.
vRegular Dash Sale
Crockery, Dry Goods,
Bagatelle and Billiard, Tables,
One Bycicle, nicKlc plated,
P. S. PItATT & Co., Auctioneers.
Administrator's Sale at
By Older of the AdminihtratoiB of the
Estate of the hitc Joseph Tuckei, the
u-ulcrjigiictl will sell at auction on
Friday and Saturday,
the Cth and (ith of Januaiy, 1883, at the
Ptoiefoimeily occupied by the tlocuWd
in Pen or Block, the
Entire Stock of Dry Goods, &c.
This stnelc pnmmiw n irenciiil assoit-
nieiit of very Mipeiior goods seUctedUiy
the deceased in Euiope cpiesly for
"Will ho oold without icservc.
P. S. PRATT & Co. Atictionecis.
rpHE Annual Meeting of the Stock
X holdei-. ot thu Hawaiian Bell Tele
phone Company tlll huhehl on 'I'lups
day, Januaiy '-ilh, 188J, at 1 1 o'clock
a. in., at the olllce of 11. A. YVidcmaiiu.
C. O. BERG Lit,
282 tj t . Spcielny.
THE Annual Meeting of lhcICiipio.
lani Pink Association will lie held
nt tho imiioiy, in till- city, on Monday
evening, Januaiy lBlh, 1883, at 7 p.m.
A full attendance la ic(i nested.
283 Secretary K. P. A.
MASTER Mechanics, andOthcis.
Tho service of a live ami reliable
Collector of Bills has been engaged for
tho expiration, of tho mic?untt (pmrter
and yeai. All accounts sent heio for
collection will receive prompt attention.
Commission moderate. Returns m.ide
28r Oatbxaou'h Aolkcv,
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AB THE YEAR IB CLOSING I do.
Hire to say that all nioichants and
htotekeepers will find it to their Inteicst
to natrouiu mo if outside Jicjp "is ic
(pitied to adjust accounts, arrango books,
and general liiiBiuessinattcisfortho'iiow'
C3r Commercial luuttcis of dory dd.
cilntion attended to.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Geneinl Business Agcnij
201 lm 27 Meichmit street,
ON KING STREET, to let, S minutes
from Post Olllce.
i" ' '
Fui'iiImIhhI Uooiuh, ,
IN SlITES and SINGLE, in dcslriihlo
locality, suitable for private family.
WW '.CAVENAUirs AKNOY.
TWO OFKlOr.B TO l.KT, 911 tho hcc
oud Hour of, tiiu i;utdiuiovviii)icil
byJ.W. KobeiUoH&Cu . , .IjJ'J.
Wo would here remark
Hint wc often hnc occasion
to c.nd 'prclnl orders for
Plated orSllver Ware, some.
times to he marked with a
letter or monogram, which
is done in beautiful tylc.
Any one wMdng sets of
Forks and Spoons, or any.
thing rKc, nun ked or not
marked, would do well to
IcnM' flic older as soon ns
Call mid examine these
Icautiful goods before they
arc all gone. Yoli'nll know
they arc to ho found nt
Lino of Omiiibusscsf
Leave Stables. Lcav?H;C1,Ctr
0.00 A.M. 0:30 A.M. ''!
7:00 7:30 - ' '
12:00 12:45 i
2:30 r.M. 8:00 P.M.
BOOTS & SHOES I
Foot-wear of all kinds,
and to suit every purse.
Has just opened nnd is now Felling a
of Boots and Shoes
of tho host woikmanhip and neatest
Embroidered Christmas Slippers.
Gentlemen's Pino "Wear in
Engli-h Walking Shoes,
Congic-p Gaiters, Sx , &c
Tho ' Stronghold" English Walking Qaitars
that never rip.
Ficnch Calfskin Dioss Boots,
Riding Boots, Plantation Boots, 1 .
Ladies' and Children' Boots and Bhoeg
in tho latest fashions.
E2TA lnrgo stock of French .Dressing,
114 Fort miveei,
201 ly Opposite Pauthcon Stables
LOST, a $20 Treasury Bill, between
King and notel stieeti. Tho find,
cr will ho handsomely rewarded by leav.
ing same at Mr.,Muusanat'ts olllce.
llHcful Cliiiiexe lloyx, '
(&i 9 PER MONTH,
271 CAVENAGII'S AGENCY,, '
Wimtvd Immediately, '
A SMART active boy, who lias had
soino schooling, to make himself
useful In a stoic, mid knows something
iihoul diking a horse. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
28J5 2w Employment Agent.
' "-' Mn 'i -.
TraiiHliilions i 1
FROM Hawillian to English, and vl'cu
veisa. Terms moderate.
CAVENAGH'S AGENOYj' '
201 88 King sti cot.
Just Recelvod, thoso Desirable""1
The most bliltablo hats for this . .
,.,, ...cliiDato. Fur bale by ,, ,)
,973 A, H. lvhvrM Co,