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SATUKDAY, JAN. G, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
1 Cotitintlntion snlo of dry goods nt
1 S. Pratt & Co.'s, at Snlcs llooin,
at 10 o'clock.
Valuable licnl Kbtntc, nt Sales
Room, liy Ki V. Adams, at 12 noon.
Coricert nt Kmmn Square,
Gospel Temperance Praise Meet
ing, nt Bethel, 7:30.
Ucthcls Hcv. Dr. Damon, nt 11
"Kofi Sheet Church: Rev. J. A.
Cnuan, morning nml afternoon.
At St.. Andrews' Cathedral: Rev.
G. Wallace, morning and afternoon.
.ttiblo class at Fort Street Chinch
''Vestry, nt 3:15.
WE NEED PROTECTION.
Jt is positively certain that-if we
had more police protection, many
i flings thnt now happen would not.
The old man KAAiwr.uwr.tr whose
death wo reported yesterday, might
have hnd an attempt made to save
his lifciif theipolicc authorities had
known of the accident before his
death. They did not know till after
he was dead and then only by tele
phone from a private citizen.
And yet they arc not to blame in
the matter. There is no policeman
nt Waikiki and thov haven't the
-means to station one there. There
arc not enough to do so without
taking thcin away from more impor
Mounted police were asked for
by the Police Department for the
suburban districts of Honolulu.
They were plnccd on the estimates
and were stride out by n committee
of the Legislature. So that the
blame does not-lie on the Marshal's
Department. Still we feel the
necessity for these mounted police
for these suburban districts. There
is hardly a week goes by but what
some case turns up in which the
absolute necessity for this species of
vigilance is not felt.
It is commonly said in Honolulu,
u whenever you want to go on a
spree, go down country, there arc no
.police to interfere with you," and
even in Honolulu some districts can
not have a policeman regularly
stationed there, and the conse
quence is that those who wish to
offend against the laws retire to
these spots lo do so.
It would redound to the credit of
the Ministry if they would provide
further funds for this important
need in our city, and they will be
held lo be justly to blame if any
serious disaster happens from the
want of it.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
'The Band will give a concert at
Emma. Square, this afternoon at
4:30 o'clock. Following is the
Swedish "Wedding March. .. .Sodcinuui
Overture Taneredi Rossin i
Duct Trovatoro Veiil I
Selection Ei mini Vcrd i
Gavotte Little Flatterer Eilciibcrg
Waltz Gilded Youth, Waldteufcl
. t ' SHIPPING NOTE3.
The C. R. Bishop will not return
The Mima will go to the Gilbert
Islands with South Sea Islanders,
The Mokolii vyns discharged from
the dock-yesterday afternoon, and
the Nettie l Morrill .hauled up.
The Iwalnni brought 3481 pkgs of
Hugnr which' are being shipping in
the Lady Lampson.
ThoLilioliho brought 1000 pkgs of
sugar from Ilouunpo.
Mr. Win Dnvlcs, mate of the Jas.
JMakcc, has been rondo Cnptnjn of
LOCAL. & GENERAL ITEMS.
. Tin: two young men tried for
Jluliing with ginnt powder were lined
$25 and costs.
" As interview witli a Socialist litis
been reported. Ho is said to be
meditating dreadful deeds.
. t j . .
Mu, Noi.tki hns just opened a
fresh box of the best genuine Man
illa Cignrs. Try them' they nrc
Tni! committee on widening ,Aln
koi Btrcvt did , ngt'.nject ycuterduy
They will meet next
Yksti'-iiday's sale of the dry goods
bought by the late J. G. Tucker was
conducted by Mr.
Prntt & Co.
Kllis for F. S.
FoitiiKs street, behind Knwninhno
Church, is in no better condition
than the other streets, or rather con
catenations of mud holes, in our
TiiKttK is a regular pond and taro
patch mud along 'tho foot path' from
Mossman's corner to the Police
Station. People who have to do
business there And it very annoying.
Tin: "Week of Prayer" will be
observed next week. Union meet
ings will be held every moinittgat
11 o'clock in the Rcthel, and every
evening at 7:30 in Foit street
It is stated that no less than tluce
styles of invitation cards for the
Coronation hnvo been piintcd in
Kuropc and brought by the last
steamer. Couldn't they have been
Tub inquest on the accident to
the old man Knaivvcuwcu will be
resumed at 1 p.m. to day. Those
who were the cause of tho accident
have made themselves known to the
AsoTiir.it pond in front of the
Police Station. The holes were fill
ed up a short time ngo, but the
material used was so soft that it is
washed and woin away already.
It is said in well-informed crcles
that there is considerable difficulty in
gettiug statements and vouchers of
expenditure for the late trip to
Europe in search of a crown. Mad
ness rages in the Ministerial breast
Wr. arc told thnt street crossings
were cleaned in the far-off " long
ago." It would be a good idea to
keep up the practice. Send some
of our vaiicgatcd-clothing gentle
man down ovcry morning to the
intersection of Fort and Nuunnu
with Queen, Merchant and King
"A Itr.viVAL?" will be Mr. Cru
znn's theme Sunday morning. In
the evening there will be a Gospel
Service. Mr. Cruzan will preach a
brief sermon; theme, "Now?"
.After-meeting in the "Vestry. Tho
usual Y.M.C.A. prayci meeting will
be omitted, the after-meeting taking
Wk draw our readers' attention
to changes in the time-table and
route of the Palama 'bus which will
be found iir another column. The
changes will begin to-day. The
'bus will no longer go lound by
School sticct, but will go straight
out to, Kalihi Bridge and back.
The timc-tnblc of the Waikiki and
Punahou loutes will also he changed
Mnssits. Jno. A. Palmer and W.
W. Kilbourn arc about to start in
business as druggists, at 113 Foit
street, near Max Eckart's, with a
splendidly assorted stock. They
will keep open during the evening,
and a person will be left in charge
on Sundays to attend to emergencies.
All of us know Mr. Palmer's reputa
tion in this line; and his pleasant
way of doing business, so that we
anticipate quite u good share of
trade for the now firm.
Palama and Kalihi Route
TiMivnTnwn Lc.lVll Klllihi
Havel own. Jiiidgc.
0:00 A.M, 0:80 A.M.
12:00 p.m. ViM r.M.
. 2:00 u::;o
' 'O.OO A.M. ' ' fl;!!0 A.M.
10:00 , . 10:30
MvViV. " - '
12:15 r.M. isilor.M.
2:00 , , , 2:!J0'
4:00 , -1.110
0;;i0 ' ' '7:00 !i
. . ' MOoA , .rt u " V:10 .i
Somk months ago Mr. Henry
Waterhousc lost a very fine black
dog, a cross between a Gordon
setter and a water Spaniel. He ad
vertised but, apparently, without
result. "When he was over in San
Francisco a' gentleman mot him nnd
said, "I sec by an advertisement
you have lost your dog."
said Mr. "Watei house. "I
The gentleman then gnvp, him paitl-.
cillars nilowho lind taken It. Fol-'
lowing up the chic thus given he
found it had 'been taken Noil It in a
whnlcship and brought back and was
hot aX Healdsburg. Jtist befole he'
left on the steamer it was to his de
light delivered to hhn by express.
It can now' be seen at his residence.
If ho had never advertised he would
never perhaps have heaid of it again.
AuotiODtSales by E. P. Adams
TlUs Drty7s'timl'y '
J mm 1 1, v (till,
At 12 noon, al Fnlcs Room, will ho miUI
OT.aO'aFS oi I-jiVD'
.Situated in Uonoltilu, Oalm:, , ,
Lot 1 Contiins 4 taro pitrhcs in Hm-
hattkoi j nrc.i 1 0-100 a-ies, v
Ld( 2 Contains It tarn patches, In Him-
naiiKoi; men a yi-iuo.aqrcs.
Lot 11 Contains 2 tnro pntollo,JiiiKnmu
kfcla; in im 2 3400 nine.
Lot 4 Contains Llnio patch, in Kumn.
keia; 17-100 .lore. '- "
For fin tlier pniticulun apply lo S. B.
Dole, or to
E. 1 An vms, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALES BY F. S.' PRATT & Co.
This Day, Saturday.
Administrator's Sale at
ily order of the Admiiiistiator of the'
Estate of the lute .Iocili Tucker, the
undersigned will sell nt auction on
Friday and Saturday,
the Gth nnd fith of Januniy, 188'!, at the
stoie founcily occupied Jiy the deceased
in Ucivar' Blpck, the , , i
Entire Stock of Dry Goosd, Ac.
now on cxhiliitiou.
Thi stock compi iscs a gcncinl nssort
mciil of jVery (superior goods sdci ted liy
the deceased in Europe expressly for
Will be sold without icscrvc.
P. S. PRATT & Co. Auctionccrg.
Determined to Undersell !
VfOTWlTlISTANDIXG tins inipu.
J.1 dent, ignoian and malicious no
tice published in your paper by A. M.
!Mcllis, reminding his peiional attack on
me and Jii-i ability to sell his goods at
lied rock prices, and other similar fabri
cation matter. I would simply f-ny thnt
his tirade by this method to deceive the
public has King since been fully played
out, and cv'ea the li'itivo elimen't 'li.is
been too often deceived bv over-charge?,
and goods p.ilmcd oil" on the n cntiicly
averse to what he represented them to
Compare for one moment my large,
varied and splendid stock ia my fancy
nml, di.v go,ds departments, with the
lninhitiuc iisortinenl of nld Iellis.
Sinre I dissolved piutnciMiip with A.3I.
Mclli'? some two ycaisago, 1 liavc cn
luiged niv place oi business four times
the sielt was then: and my stock is
even now' too laige to ircoinnioditc the
stoie. Is it nny wonder that I undcrull
him? It is not the slightest dinieultv for
me to sell my goodr in any depaitment
fiom 25 to ijll per cent, lowcrthnn him,
and 1 have facts lo piove this assertion,
all of which Mclli is as fully awaie of
as tho public; but like some othcre of
his niituie when dilllcully .irises tiadu
f.illlng oil", &c, he ilsks Ji last chance
liy publishing a sickly cud to mislead
the public. The actual di.ivvb.ick to A.
M. Mcllis is his uiiaenualutiuico witli
the E'istcni and J-nglish wholesale
luimufiictiircrs, whicli sets him at sea,
buying, as lie does, indirectly, paying
high pi lees, and bcrausc he cannot com
pete wlih me, owing to his purchases
being made tliiough eoniinlssloii agcii
cies. it would bctsi)nply ridiiiiilous for
me to enninnio my choice, well-sclcctcd
and varied stock, inipoiting, as I do,
largely from uiicct luiiniifactiiring
houses abroad, with tho few lines of as
Borlii)Liit of A. H. McIIIh, If one-third
of my Mock of lry or fancy goods was
placed in A. M. tcllis' sinall store, there
would not Jie pulllvient room left lo even
hang the portrait of paid A.'JI. Mellis.
I would advise Mr, Mellis to start out in
the new yiir wjth fair' dealing and
honestv'rcproscutatiomy and apply him
pelf to bis liusinctis instead of tnlslfying
his neighbor and'niaking indescrcto as
Fcitious, vhlch acciisutlons evcntuully
will terminate .sadly ngalnsthim. To be
jealous as A. 3f. Mellit lain ho consplcu.
ously chovviijiiniself to bo liy Ills card,
because ny Avoll-rcgulated prices ami
goods are drawing Qll'his small trade, is
a sud omen indeed (o Mr. Mellis; hut if
he cuunot compete with iiiq In goods and
low""pilces he initst sink into oblivion,
as time mid tide waits for no man lit
these enlightened days.
Ik'liqyjug from tlm'kind putronago be
stowed on mo t,hat the public fully rely
on my wojd that I ean undcisell A. 3t.
Mellfo, that I always have and always
will. I remain, vcrv respectfullv,
OIIAB. J. I'lHHKb,
Proptletor Leading Milllnerv House,
21)0 Cor. Foit nnd Hotel Mh. ' lw
Quo open iop Buggy to
good older, (a seats)
' Clleun for cash. f
'OAVKMAOH'b A'lliSC'V. '
OWING TO THE UNUSUAL DEMAND THAT WE HAVE HAD FOR
1J31Q1 & BAKTON'S
And, notwithstanding the
lot that we opened n few
weeks ago, was the huge-it
nil have ever leeched, we
llm' ourselves quite out of
ninny at tick's.
Wr hnvo decided to make
a llbeinl discount to all pur.
chasers of these goods nnd
GORHAM SILVER WARE
until after the Christmas
We arc obliged lo order
ft ncw'nipply nulnei.iiUly,
In order to lie piep.ued for
those weddings which nic
to conic oil' soon.
jf Al j ll jSB Em
E. O. HALL & SOS'S,
A KIXi: ASS011TM1AT OK i , I
it t I
Boots? Shoes, Slippers, Sandals,, Ties, &c.
THE FINEST SELECTION OF GENTS' SCABFS,
One in a Ijov, all of whichnrc i
Eminontty Suitable for Christmas Proustes
A. W. JvTCHARDSON & CO.
To Sliippei'S ol Xiviierlit.
mid X'aHweiicei'H per
LULIKE & UlilllXJiV.
AFTER the return of the Likcllicc on
Sundny, Januaiy 7th, she will be
hauled up for lcpaiis.
The Steamer ."Lehua"
vwill be placed on the Likelike's route,
iimbiM Icnvo on ,Tiicsilay,iJaiiifaiyl)tli
for the iisiiiil ports oif Maui riiul Hawaii.
The Steamer " Mokolii"
will, take thy Lebua's route, , and jvvill
Icavc'on "Jfo'n'day, "January Olh, 'for Molo-
icai ami liana, iviaui.
Ei!"Thc iicconimodations of the Lchua
being limited, shippers: of 'freight -vyill
take notice that' freight will only lie
shipped in the order it is received. ' The
first down being the first shipped. 7To
freight will be receipted for after 3
p. m. on the day of departure of cither
28!) 4t WILDER & Co.
THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC I AH,
2TOJX 1 !-,
IS nowicady and for sale at the v.ui.
ous Book-store, in any quantity by
T. U. TllKUJl,
rpiIK undersigned beg's to notify the
X public that he is no longer con
necled with tile Fashion Stables of this
city, and thcrcfoic will not be.rcsponsi
b'eforanv debts contracted after this
II. J. AQXEYV.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 18S2. 2fM lw
A DIVIDEND of fclO per share in
the Hawaiian Agricultuinl Co.
has been declared and is payable to
Stockholders at tho office of t
237 lvv C. BREWER '& Co. '
rpiIE Annual Meeting of the Kaplo
JL laid Pink Association will be held
at the armory, in this city, on Monday
evening, Januaiy 15th, 188!!, at 7 p.m.
A full attendance Is'iciiuested.
285 Secretary K. Y. A.
TWO OFFICES TO LET, on tho sec
ond Hour of the building occupied
by J. W. Kobcithon & Co 130'
ON KINO STREET, to let, 5 minutes
from Post Office.
2.VJ CAVENAOHJS AGENCY.
- !-- -e ri1' tt
fN SUITES and SINGLE, in desliablo
L loealitv-, suitable for nilvqtu family
50J CAVENAGH'S AGENCY.
FROM Hawaiian to Englis
versa. Tonus modeiate
h, and vice
UNION FKP.D COMPANY, A. W.
IJUHii, .Manager. 'See adveitlse
inent on other page, 28
Q E. MANN, B. S.,
IO TKAClir.Il OP DllAWINO,
DllAVOIITINO AKO TUB ScHtttCKH.
287 No. 181 Fort'strcBt. lm
DIAS & GONSALB8, T
No. f7 Hotel Btioct, Honolulu f
Importers mid Deulerhiu Dry aiulFiinoy
Goods, luluid Work Etnuioideryi
281) Ac, S;c., &c, j ,
Wa would liero reninik
thnt we often hava.pccasioii
to; f etui special onlurs for
Plated or bllveYare, sonic
times to he lnntkcd with a
letter 6r nioliogrnm, which
is done In beautiful idylo.
Any ono wishing octa of
Folks mid J3poon,iori nny.
thing else, maiked or not
ninikid, would do well to
leave the oidcUb joou as
t . ' '!! itlt
Call nnd examine thee
lieiinfifid goods bctoro they
nieall gone. You nil kuovr
they mo to'he .found at
in r i
Notice. ' ' '
ALL patties indebted lo'D. v", Clark
. arc requested to settle the same on
or befoio the lUth instant; and all par
tics having bills against the sanie arc
requested to present the' same without
Panics having 'clock,' watches' land
jewelry ati my .Btorc, fon repairs, Will
please c ill for the same al oncc,nri I in
tend leaving tho Kingdoml-on the 15th
A Good' Chance '
rpObuyo, Shooting Outfit, consisting
X ot 1 Colt's brecch.loading Shot
Gun, 12 gauge; 1 cartridge beltSO'dinus
shells,, l,shopting,pQat, rl eartridgoiox
tractor, 1 cap extractor, 8 wooden decoy
uucKs, iinu rn assortment 'oi snoi; povv-
uei, chiis ,iiiui; wnus.i
.hnqiiiro nt tuiB
A Card to' the Public.
A CERTAIN statement emanating
from Chas. J. Fished in liis ad
veitisenicnt in'one of our native papers,
has appeared In several' issues of late,
wheicin bo basely uses my name, setting
forth to the public that ho can under
sell me, and soliciting patronage inlthis
cunning, scheming way., I desire to
wain the public of his 'baseness and to
convince all that my good aio always
marked down to bed lock'piiccs, and I
cannot lie undersold by' said Fishcl,
besides my goods arc always fresh1 and
new. Jtespectfully, ,
A: M. MELLTS, Proprietor,
'Honolulu Clothing.'Enipbriiiin, ,
288 lw 104 Fort Street;
BOOTS & SHOES!
Footgear of ail'MudB, ,.
and to suit eVery'pnrse.
HaB just opened and !( now selling a
i i t i ,
Speldnld Stoclc , ', ,
of Jioots an'Q Stipes
of tho best workmanship.nnd'ieatest
. styles, u i .
Embroidered Christmas Shippers,'
GentlemciiV FJno Wcnr in.
English Walking Shoes, .j,
Tho '' Stronghold" English Walking Qailars
lliuf ijcycr i ji. '
French CnlMsln Diess Roots,
Riding Rpots, Plantation, Roots-,
Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes
1 i, '
in the latest fashions.
ItSTA largo'stock of French Dressing.
F, PERT?, - ,
1 1-1 Xort Street,
2(11 ly Opposite P.an'ntcon Rubles'
T6'lsct. ,( ,:''.' .
'ThosoSnlciidid' PVcinlse1 No'
ipt) Ucretiinin street. Amily to
i ' ,ia. JiijUiua'Attu, '
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