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THUllSDAY, DEC. 18. F883.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOU BAX KllANClfcCO.
Mariposa. . . .Leaves 11 nolulu, Dec. 13th
Aluineda.... Leaves Honolulu. .Inn. 1st.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
FOR SAN VUAKOIBCO:
Zealand la On or about Dec 23
HOll AUCKLAND AND 8VDNKY:
Australia On or about Dec 20
Zcalandln On or about Jan. &l
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
Sun sets to-night 5. 20. . . .p.m.
Sun rises tomorrow 0. 20 am.
Moon rises to-night ". 40 p.m.
High tido(largu7 4. 10.... a.m.
High tide (small) H. 30.... p.m.
Diamond Head, Dec. 13, 0 iIJO u.m
Strong S wind
Nothing in sight.
Stmr Jas Makee from Kauai
Stmr C It Bishop from Hnmakua
Sclir Manuokawai for Kekaha
Schr Ehnkai for Waialua
Selir Wttlmnlu for Koloa
Schr Pauahi for Hnnalci
Schr Mary Alice for Molokai
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Stmr Jas Makco for Kauai
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
From Kauai & Waianae, per Jas
Makee, Dec 12 T W Manchester,
Jas O'Neil, M B Horn and 23 deck.
From Hamakua, per C R Bisliop,
Dec 12 P Jcrritt, H B Atking and
The Annie Larsen swung about yes
terday to dibcharge through the bow
ports. The Christine has finished discharg
ing, and taken in ballast. She expects
to sail on S.uuiday.
The Caibarieu has moved to the P.
M. S. S- wharf to leceive some fi eight.
An ingenious device is employed in
discharging the C. O. Whitnioie. A
rope running from the hold, tlnough
the bow-ports, up to a block made fast
to the jib-boom, then winding upon the
dium of a steam wench, draws out the
lumber and diops it on the wharf.
The D. C. Murray is loading.
The Hazard will bo hauled near the
fish-market to-day, to be hove down for
Schr Kawailani brought 700 bags of
Stmr Jas Makee brought 810 bags of
sugar, and 726 bags of paddy. She sails
to-day at 3 o'clock.
, LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Messrs. Hart Bros gave five gallons
of ice-cream to the fair.
One letter from the fair has como to
hand, too late for publication.
Mr. Koiim said, on Tuesday c cuing,
that "here working men only exist."
A good account of the ciuisc of the
Hazard appeared in yesterday's Gazette.
Well-to-do Senators, and a petri
fied body can be found in the supple
Tub first evening auction sale of
Elders & Co., will take place on Satur-
Mr. E. P. Adams holds mi under
writer's sale, at noon, to-day, of to
bacco, hats, etc.
The method of laying underground
telephone cables is explained in the
The trustees of (he Queen's hospital
hold their half-ycirly meeting at eleven
o'clock this morning.
Some good rnnnila cheroots and fresh
oysters, in tins, can still be obtained
fiomNolte. Though ho has but few,
they are not to bo sneezed ut.
. . .
No moke will the didcet sound of
Nolte's organ be heard on Fort street,
the Instrument has gone to Kuplohinl
If the Advertiser were frank in the
matter of the Mounted Police Kepoi t,
It should acknowledge that it was done
Ml I. II . - ..-. I..I..H
Surpjuse was oxpi cssed at tho fair
because people tecoived clringo when
paylnz for their purchases. It was all
fair at this fair.
Lyoan & Co.'s ,stoio will bo open
every evening till the end of tho year.
Christmas cauls and toys will be sold
at cost. 570 lv b.
The band will not play at Emma
Square this evening, as it is en
gaged to play ut the lesiuence of Col.
ilucfurlano, at Walklkl.
Correspondent, An etagcrc is a
What? not a biueau. If not, give it
up. Pork pies are picferable at tills
seuson. The handsomest etagere is ou
view and for sale ut J. H. limns, King
IN EMMA STREET, on Tuesday
night, a SMALL LEATHER BAG
containing money and an engraved
monogram, Findor will bo rewarded
on i ('turning sumo to Dullenn Oillce.
Hon. J. Moanauli had arranged to
leave, on tho Kinaii.on Tuesday after
noon, for a weeks hip, witli a friend, to
Maul. When the stenmei left, ,11)0
uncial piocosslon slaitud from ills
Two at! into im repoiters were piescnt
at the last meeting of tho Working
Men's Union. Mr. Danlelovvlcz obtained
permission to ie-proscnt S. F. TrntA,
and Mr. Cntcuagh said that lie had been
asked to takes notes for tho Advertiser.
A i.Aiioi: holiday sale takes place to
day at the auction room of I4011S &
Levey. A handsome collection of useful
majolica ware will be offered, also field
glasses, fancy goods, picnic baskets and
the new luminous aitleles, so that, no
matter when and how you get homu,
you can always find a light.
A jieetino of tho Chamber of Coin
hum uo was held joslorday morning,
when Hon. 0. It. Bishop, Hon. Paul
Iscnburg, Mr. A. J. Caitwright and Mr.
T. II. Dnvles, were appointed a com
mittee to rcpoit upon tho recent Impor
tation of sller coin, what fuithcr supply
was expected and what effect it would
have upon the country.
At tho Police Couit yesterday, two
Chinamen wcic remanded on n charge
of having opium in their possession. Q.
Buckley and A. Auld, for disorderly
conduct on Monday night, were each
'sentenced to live days imprisonment at
haul labor. Ed, Chilslopher pleaded
guilty to a charge of assault and bat-
tory, and was fined $4.
The owners of the Caibaiien have
given the agency of that vessel to
Messrs. Hankfeld & Co. Tho reason is
supposed to be, because this company is
the only one that can now supply freight
to vessels not belonging to tho Spreckcls
line, in consequence of business anangc-
ments recently made by mercantile
houses. Other vessels are expected to
On the petition of Win. R. Castle, S.
B. Dole, and W.O.Smith, filed before
the Chief Justice, yc-tciday, an order
has been served on the Minister of Fi
nance, returnable lo-d-ty :il I o'clock, for
the Minister of Finance to show en use
why a Writ of Mandnniu.s -houid 11m be
issued to restrain him from issuing
bonds forgtho amount of $130 000 of iil
vci coins icceivcd per last steamer. The
ground of the complaint beiii!? lhat the
bonds nre about to be issued below pai,
the caid coin being worth lc-s than tlicii
equivalent jn U. S. gold coin.
The Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session on Wednes
Princcviilc Phirt. Co $ 80
Walluku Sugar Co 170
Haw'n Agr. Co ' 100
Mouokaa Sugar Co t-C
Koloa St. gar Co loOli
East Maiii Plant, Co 2.1
Pauknu Sugar Co 10
Httlawa Sugar Co 120
Paia Planl. Co 100 12"
Haw'n Bell Tel. Co CO
9 per cent Gov Bonds . 100
7 p. c. Gov. Bonds 100
Huwn. Agr. Co. Bonds 7 p c. 101 101J4
DUNEDIN LIBEL CASE.
In a recent libel case in Dunedin,
His Ilouor, in summing up, said:
"If the propiictor of a newspaper
is called upon to give up the name
of the witter of a letter or article
which appears in their paper, and if
upon mature consideration they
think that, the writer has been in
dulging in personalities that ought
not to be indulged in, or has gone
beyond the limits of legitimate criti
cism, I agree with Lord Chief Jus
tice Cockburn, that it is a moral
duty on their pait to give up the
name of tho writer. If, however,
upon mature consideration, they
think that what the writer has writ
ten is justifiable, then I agree with
the expression of opinion of another
learned Judge, Baron Martin, in
another case, that tho Editor would
be little short of mad to give up the
name of the writer." New Zealand
Frederick Maccabe, the well
known ventriloquist, was a great
practical joicer. neverai years ago
he was on board a Mississippi River
steamboat, and forming an acquain
tance with the engineer, was allowed
tho freedom of the engine-room.
Ho took 11 seat in a comer, and
pulling his hat down over his eyes,
appealed to be lost in reverie.
Presently a certain part of tho
machinery began to squeak. Tho
engineer oiled it and went about his
usual duties. In tho course of a few
minutes the squeaking was heard
again, and the engineer rushed oyer,
oil-can in hand, to lubricato the
same spindle. He again returned to
his post; but it was only a few
minutes until tho s,nme old spindle
was squeaking louder than ever.
"Great Jupiter!" ho yelled, "the
thing is bewitched!" More oil was
administered, but the engineer be
gan to smell a rat. Pietty soon the
spindlo squeaked again, and, slip
ping up behind Maccabe, the engineer
squirted a half-pint of oil down the
joker's back. "There," ho said,
"I guess that spindle won't squeak
any more," It didn't.
Grand Clearance Sai
OUR SHOW ROOMS
JDurlnjj the preNout -vveelt
At Reduced Pricesl
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS !
5r "W. Maefarlane Se Co.
J. M. OAT,
DIARIES OF 1884.
Offlce unci Pocket Diaries of till sizes,
One, Two, anil Three Days to a Page.
lias, if Year, and BirtMay Cards !
Autotroph anil Pbologisi it Albums,, and many other articles
Suitable for DhriHtmas and New "Year 1'rcMentn !
Also, .-omething new in Ornamenting Papers.
03P3ETV JSVESJRY EYEaSTIICJ-.
I. M. OAT, Jr., & Co. Stationers and News Dealers,
23 Merchant St.. Gazette Hlock.
53 1 nit b
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
-gS&rg&i THE MAGNIFICENT
2eoS6jnow nud Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Passengers may have their names
booked in advance by applj'inS at the
ofllee of the agents.
Passengers by this lino nre hereby no
tilled that they will be allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by the Ovcrlund Hail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trtp, $125,
good to leturn by any of the Company's
steamers within ninety days.
MuneuANDisu intended for shipment
by this line will be received free of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts issueil for same.
Insuiiancu on merchandise, whilst in
tho warehouse, will be at owners risk.
Wh. G. Iuwik & Co.,
AcrenlR. O. S. 8. Co.
PER STEAMER via Panama,
A Large Assortment of
OT8 lwb F.A. Schaefor&Co.
P. A. Schaefer & Co.,
HAVi: JUST ItEOEIVED
A Hmnll lint of Favorite UrandH
Whtuh they offer
vVt Xuowcut I8jxtw
570 TO THE TRADE. lw h
A Good Pasture for lloraeH,
rrr- NEAR TOWN.
vVL A-W Inquire to
viAcXk 577 Qui
600 Chaucei, at $2.50 a Chance.
Tickets to bo hud at Noidhers A'iclior
THE regular weeklv meeting will ho
, heltl over DIAS' NEW STORE,
opposite Bethel, Kintr Stieet.
Vv V5 if . (All!
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JR. & CO'S
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bark
Hubbaid, ... Master,
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For f 1 eight or p.w-ago apply to
' C'asti.k & Cooke, Agents.
The favorite bark
D. C. Murray,
Underwood, - Muster,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Sciiakfkr & Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
MNE OF STEAMERS.
bates, . . . Commander,
Will run logularly for Kona and Kuu :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 i.ir. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Friday, Oct. 1!)
Tuesday, Oct. ao
Fridav, Nov. 3
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dee. 21
Akwveb at Honolulu at 5 r.11:
Tuesday, Oct. 1(5
Friday, Oet. 20
Tuesduy, Nov. 0
Friday, Nov. 1C
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday) Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Fiiday, Dec. 28
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Kolou, Elcele,
and AViiiineu, Kauai. Returning, lea vet
jxawiiiwni every a.iiuruay evening.
The James Makee,
kukkman, ' . Commander.
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at !i p.m. for Knpaa and Kilauea. Re
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 P'm., and touching at Wainac, both
. The C. R. Bishop,
davih, . . . Commander.
. Leaves Honolulu ovory Tuosday
nt 4 p.m. for ICukuihaele, Honokaa and
Paaulmu. Returning arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu euch Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaiim, Maa-
luea nay, MaKena, AianiiKoua, an
walhae, Laupahoehoo aud Hilo.
Returning, will touoh at all the
alovc ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THK KA8T SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For height or paha.igo uppl. to (lie
Captain on hourd, or to
181 A. F. Cookb, Agent.
Q. H. ROBERTSON,
rtti irmiivi Unaf inntrtu
in town. TelephoneNo.CS. 15
O '?'- Ill
My Elegant Assortment of Mew Goods
Selected by lnj'tHf In Pail, Loudon, and New ork,
Are- low Opa ai Reafly for Inspection
AJSX WAIjID, and comp.iNe
eer lefoic Intioduct'd here,
tggr ,IUST SI IK .MY "B&
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do rot fn'l to sct'thc
New Styles and Colors in Ladies' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Balbriggan Hose.
NEW STYLES OP LADIES PURSES, in Peneouk, Blue, Old bold, and
JIauion PluMi, ifcc, ifcc., &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not neccEcary for me to enumerate the many new gcojs i.ow
introduced by inc here, but the
Ladies are inyited to call and judge for themselves,
Honolulu, Nov. S2, 1888.
LYCAN & CO.,
105 & 107 FOBT STKEET, HONOLULU.
Have the Best Assortment
Eer exhibited here, couMiling in part
Paintings, Water Colors,
Engravings, and Statuary, in Parian Marble, Bisque,
Alabaster and Plaster.
SVIany Styles in Hanging Brackets,
lu Wire, Willow, nnd Kntttm. AVork Baskets, Ac, &c.
Blue Jay & Peacock Feather Fans & Dusters
Ornaments and C.inahs for Chiistnns Tices.
Xmas Cards and .Presents
Of every kind. A 1 irge assortment of
Music Boxes just receiveu from Germain.
Furniture and Pianos aold on the installment plan.
We have received a further eonsigument of Messrs. Mlrrlees, "Watson A Co.'
in.ichineiy, nnd liave now ou hand, ready for delivery.
Oue Tripplo.Kirect, on hiindsome wooden iron staging, containing MIS
:quaro feet of heating tsurfaco, with pumping engine aud diclnngint' nibnt.
One Douhlo-Euect, having 2200 square feet of heating surface, with
engine and inontjus,,
Ono set of Four Wcsioii'h Patent Centrifugals, Midi inline en 1 mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
IInlng inereneed facilities for the uinnufaoluro of these machines, the
WestonV-Patent for which, in Great Britain, has expired, wo aro llius en
abled to oiler them at materially reduced pi ices.
We have a full iibsortment of Centrifugal spurtjb lining, braises, rubber
bunds and 'hushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, each fi inch by J2 inch.
ClariftcrB, Flat Coolers, 8x0 3 and 0rxl.7
Ono hp-tro Top Roller, for 20 inch bj54 inchjmill.
One spare bide Roller, for 2U inch bU Jnuh mill. . -'
Ono spare Intermediate Spur Whiel,, for geariug'of 0 inch by Ctjiulll.
among which will be fo md
; aid Cliilflren's Boots and siioes.
G. W. Macl'arlaue & Co.
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