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TIIUHSDAY, NOV. ti, 7881.
SUli, MOON AND SEA..
All tlmo fiotn noon of to-day, Nov. (1
Sllll Sl't f, -,
Sun Illse IS 7.
Moun Kiscj !) li.
High Tide (small) 7 u.
High Tldo (k'g) 1U "JO.
WISH IND VTKATIICH
Kccuid iiuui noun of yesterday:
At'sc.lT.'tol ThcviiKJinctur Ituln.
, 4h I (III I h 21i I !Hl ish lito 1811
rw.oa wi.n no.n p s ;io cos o. is
Wind, X. llirl'it ; HUy, nliowery; Sen, cmootli
Diamond Head, Nov. II, I! p.M
Light N. E. wind.
"" OCEAHICS. S. CO.
rpit an 1'U.vNcrfccu.
Minlposu Leaves H&iiolnlu, Xov. 10
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Dee. 1st
FOll AUCKLANll AND BTDXUY:
Stmr Australia Nov 2!)
KOll BAN F1IANCISCO.
Stuir Zcnlnmlln Nov 2U
ARRIVALS. " "
Ilk Abblo Carver from Hongkong
Schr Nettlo Merrill from Luliulim
Uk Allien HesMe from l'oitliind. Or. en-
roiltc for Hongkong
Ilk Cantaur from Hongkong
Sohr Hulnliow from Koolau
Schr AVnhnalu fo'r Koloa
Schr Kaplolanl for Walauae
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
ItktueWH Diiliond forSan Francisco
Stinr.Tas Mnkcc for Oabu and Koul
Schr Haleakala for Pepcekeo
Schr Italnhow for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
II I G Jl's Frigate Prlnz Adalbert, Moil
ing Steam bk Geo S Homer, Perry
Ship Kl Dorado, Humphries
Jlrig Tewera, La Gucn
Hark Calbarleu. Hubbaid
Ugtnc Hazard, Tlerney
Hark Nicholas Thayer, Croby
Hark Variina, Ingram
l!k Pacllle Slope, Jlarnes
Jtktue W II DMioiid, Homllett
Bktnc Ella, Howe
Hark Abblo Carver, Pendleton
For Windward Ports, per Planter,
Xov " Mrs .1 IC Erncstbcrger, Miss C
Kaballlopua, Miss E Tlteombe, P P Ka
noa. wife and servants, V M Gillespie,
A Cropp. C Greenllcld, L Kaltofeu and
wife, C Gay, II Strenbeek and Ah Yet.
For San 'Franelseo, per W II Diiliond.
Nov 7 M Canavan, Mrs .1 Lyons and
daughter and Miss E .Tonus.-
Thr KUauea IIou v ill probably have
her new boiler put In to-morrow.
Bhe bktno Ella sails next week.
Tho hks Abble Carver and the Can
taur arrived to-day, 50 and CO days from
The bk Allien Bessie from Portland,
Or, enroute for Hongkong arrived here
II. 1. G. Ms. Prinz Ailiilliert will
leave on Saturday for Callao direct.
Fourteen lepers were taken to Knl.
awao, Moloksii, last evening by the
Jin. AV. C. Parke's office is in
the lion. Godfrey Rhodes' building,
A leper, a young native boy, was
brought to the lapcr receiving station
yesterday, from Wnianac.
Tin: Hon. W. F. Allen has re
moved his ofllce to Bishop & Co.'s
bank, where lie can be found during
Guv Fawkcs day was celebrated
in Honolulu yesterday by the burn
ing pf Fire Marshal McGuire's
Wasted at once, twenty or thirty
little boys and girls to make mud
pics in front of the new bank build
ing on Fort street.
Tin: Cosmopolitan Restaurant on
Hotel street still keeps up its repu
tation for excellent meals, besides
being the cheapest place in town.
Tub Honolulu Symphony Club is
linrd at practice, and expects to give
a concert tho latter end of this month
or the beginning of December.
A xu.Miir.li of tho sailors from the
German man-of-wnr were amusing
themselves last evening with ono of
Brewer & Co.'s bullock wagons,
A mi ay horse attached to Dodd's
buss caused sonic trouble on Fort
street this morning by continually
baulking. lie was all right when lie
got a sight of the tables.
II. B. M'b. Commissioner Major
J. II. Wodeliouso paid a visit to the
German man-of-war l'rinz Adalbert
tills morning, and was received with
the customary honors.
Lyons & Levey's regular cnsli sale
is postponed until Saturday morning
nt in o'clock.
SojiCTiitxo just the thing for this
climate has been received by Mac
farlnno & Co. It is light Portuguese
Two of Ihe runaway prisoner,
Mitchell and Kaluna, have given
themselves up, one last evening, the
other this morning.
Two barks were, sighted from
Waimanalo this morning. They
prove to be the Aldcn Bessie. Capt.
O'Biion, from Portland enroute for
Hongkong, and the German bark
Centaur CC days from Hongkong.
Ik the news comes that Blaine and
Logan are elected, there will bo n
81000 torchlight procession in Ho
nolulu, so says James White, and
lie ought to know.
Maiiy Howard, n well known cour
tesan, was languishing behind tho
bars of a cell in the Police Station
this morning, having been arrested
early this morning. Her case will
be tried to-morrow.
Dn. Mouritz left by the Molcolii
yesterday, to assume his now duties
as resident physician at the Kalawao
leper settlement, Molokai. Wo
cordially wish him a successful
career and a pleasant sojourn.
Wi: arc requested to state by
Manager George Fassctt that the
amateur band from tho German
man-of-war, l'rinz Adalbert, will
play at the Hotel to-morrow (Friday)
evening, commencing at 7.30 o'clock.
In the Police Court this morning,
E. B. Leigh was brought up on two
charges, drunkenness and assault
and battery, and lined 85 and costs
in each case. F. Johnson and G.
Vogh, for drunkenness, were fined
SG, and Kcpahoni, for being a com
mon drunkard, was sent to prison
for ten days. E. Gilscy, for violat
ing express rule C, was remanded
until the 7th.
A i.kak young man, n counter
jumper, wrote on a piece of paper,
"21 years old," put it into one of
his shoes, and presented himself at
the polls on Tuesday for the purpose
of voting. "When asked his ago he
said, "over 21 years." But the
tellers didn't have apy green in their
eyes, and told him that school boys
wore not allowed to vote. The young
man left by the back door.
A nick little story has come to our
ears. Two youngsters from the
Vaterland became ncnuninted Mon
day night with what thoy thought to
be two landsmen of high rank.
They feted them to tho extent of
their bottom dollar, and the two
strangers were highly gratified, and
took nil in that was offered. But,
alas, next morning, some mean
person told the youngsters that these
two high personages were only tho
chief cook and a common sailor.
Last evening n party of between
twenty and thirty surprisedJMr. and
Mrs. E. C. Ilenson at their residence
in Pauoa Valley. Mr. Ilenson heard
a slight noise, ami thinking it was
burglars after some more pigs, he
got his pistol ready, but when ho
heard the strains of "Auld Lang
Syno" his heart softened, and ho
invited the surprisers in aud made
the best of the situation. Tho
balance of the evening was spent in
n most jolly manner, and the sur
prised couple say, Next 1
By tho now law saloons arc not
allowed to sell liquors to minors,
women, or persons habitually intem
perate. Hero is tho section and it
should bo enforced: "Section 10
A. It shall not bo lnwful for any
retailer of spirituous liquors to sell
the same to minors or women or to
any person or persons who may be
habitually intemperate. Any retailer
violating cither of the above regula
tions shall bo subject to a fino of not
less than ten or more than fifty
dollars for each nnd every offence."
GRAND HOLIDAY OPENING.
Lycnn & Co. arc first in the field,
by opening this morning a fine large
stock of holiday goods just received
from tho Coast, and which were
selected by Mr. W. G. Wood. A
largo number of people availed
themselves this morning of viewing
these beautiful goods, nnd some of
the most costly found ready pur
chasers. It would bo impossible for
us to enumerate all the articles
offered for sale, but among others
arc writing desks, rocking horses all
sizes, wagons, pails and washboards,
lambiimiiics, drums large mid small,
croquet sets, hoops, nine pins, tops,
musical and otherwise, balls of all
sizes, perfume, peacock feather fans,
miniature trunks, small printing
presses, vases; China moustache,
shaving and drinking cups of most
beautiful designs and appropriately
inscribed ; celluloid toilet gets ; al
bums, plush nnd floral j tool chests,
plush mirrors guitar shape, useful
stock of games, bagatelle boards,
and even a complete circus, etc.,
etc., etc. A pair of water colors,
"III see," and "Tell me all about
it," two colored steel engravings,
"Night and morning," and another
pair of water colors, " Still life,"
taken from tho Lakes of Killarney
by P. Jennings, arc most beautiful
things, but arc all ticketed sold.
We also saw one of tho most ele
gant things ever brought to these
islands. It is an embossed plush
mantel, of cardinal ground work,
tho ilowprs being lilies, of raised
pink and old blue, with olive leaves.
It is a very handsome pieco of work,
and has been sold at a high figure.
Intending purchasers should visit
this store at onco, and view the
thousand and one things. The firm
wishes everyone to pay them a visit,
nnd will not consider it any trouble
to show goods.
At the last annual meeting of the
Sailor's Home Society, in December,
1883, the Trustees authorized the
Executive Committee, S. C. Damon,
W. Babcock and John Watcrhouse,
Jr., to make all necessary repairs.
In obedience, to that vote, tho Com
mittee employed Mr. Burgess, to
perform the work and provide mate
rials. When tho repairs were com
pleted, he rendered a bill for labor
and materials, amounting to $1,181.
30. The committee carefully super
intended the woik and approved of
The Trustees nearly all came for
ward and liberally subscribed to pay
off the debt which had been incur
red. The following subscriptions
have been collected:
.1. T. Watcrhouse. Jr S no 00
H. Gladu no 00
F. A . Sehnefer it Co .10 00
G. W. Maefarlane & Co ... . 50 00
V. G . Irwin & Co iiO 00
Kev. S. C. Damon 50 00
S. G. Wilder '25 00
A. W. Pierce 20 00
Cash 10 00
Castle & Cooke 100 00
C. It. DUhop it Co 100 00
Lowers & Cooke 50 00
W. W. Hall 50 0(1
1 lenry May 50 00
It. F. Dillingham '..') 00
Thco. 11. Davles 50 00
Total Received 8 7S0 00
Unpaid Debt 101 30
S 1,181 :)0
The Executive Committee have
borrowed sufficient from the Bank,
.to pa off this debt. Any persons
favorably disposed will please for
ward their subscriptions. It is sin
cerely hoped this may bo done, so
that, at the annual meeting in De
cember, all liabilities may bo re
moved. The committee have not a word to
offer, in addition to what was print
ed from the last annual report, res
pecting the usefulness of the Home,
where seamen aud transient visitors
may find accommodations ; where is
kept a Bible, Book and Tract De
pository and Beading Boom, under
the general superintendence of Mr.
Dunscombo, a most earnest and use
ful laborer among seamen and
Wm. Olipliant, butcher, late of
the City Market, has opened tho
Hotel Street Market. 801 lw
A beautiful line of light shoes and
gaiters imported for tho Madeira
Bazaar, arc now on exhibition at
Gonsalvcs &Co., f7 Hotel street.
Parties who have been waiting for
them should lose no time in calling.
1'iCTUiti: Frames of all kinds made
to order, at prices within tho reach of
nil, at King Ilros. Try them. 857 Ot
A Giik.it IsAitu.iiN. The Astor
House and Plant for Safe This old
and well established restaurant must
be sold immediately on account of
tho ill-health of the proprietor, and
the pressure of outside business.
The Astor House, which is centrally
locnted on Hotel 9trcet, near Fort,
is the best restaurant stand in Hono
lulu, and is now doing n good pay
ing business. Terms cash, no rea
sonable offer will bo refused. Ap
ply to H. W. GKAKN'IS, Proprietor.
WILL SELL ICE AT
As Low Rates as
ANY OTHER COMPANY.
J. K. WILDER, Sup't.
lOO SPJUSi'V HIGH.
And 12 inches in Diameter
A.t tlio Ground.
857 APPLY AT THIS OFFICE, .lw
New Cutuli, 1 884.
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
fob salt: by
850 Queen street. 3w
Books aud Accounts and Cub
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Tolephono 172 P.O. Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom Houso Broker
and Gonoral Business Agent.
During tliu niwt llftccu days, 1 will
glvu particulir intention to l lie
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My cmnmibslo.ia :uu moderate, mill
Husliies Men iiml others cum be Mire
that nil mutters intrusted to me will lie
Promptly A.(.toiided to.
onieo In Campbell's Now Block,
815 tf Itoom No. 7, Up-Stnlrs.
Australia! CaioH Beef
Ma B-iackfeld & Co.
Honolulu Steam l'lnnln Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
llracl;ots, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work llnlsli. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attmided to and work
guaranteed. Orders from tho other Is
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
OKDINOS'S EXPIUCSS has removed
to No. 81 King strict, directly op
positu the old Maud. All orders prom nt.
ly attended to at reasonable rates. Tele
phouo No. SO; 857 1m
AT Till: ANNUAL MKETINO OF
TUB Stockholders of tliu 1'ncillu
Navigation Co. held In Honolulu, the
20th day of October, 1881, tliu follmwlnp
olllccrs were n -elected for the term of
A. Frank Cooko President
W. L. Wilcox Vice resident
F. B. Oat Secretary & Treusu rer
II. Watcrhoiihu Auditor
Wm. .McCandlcss Director
855 lw F. B. OAT, Bccrutnry
TO LET. "
A Largo and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
nowlv nnnured mid painted.
Largo ynrtl, htnblen, Ac. Possession
given immediately. For further par.
tlciilars enquire of
JNO. S. McQHEW,
815 Hotel str., let. Fort and Al.ikea
Tlie Honolulu Ice Works Go
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Banh Building, Fort St.,
The general publio aro invitod to give us u call and inspcot,
at our opening, our new and select slock of Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
JS. OOHIST Ac CO'
New Holiday Goods
LYCAK" & GO'S
!Vov on EJx3iilit:ioii.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc.. Etc.
aSSSSSssKiij MgR:li . V
Funce Wire and Staples, Kerosone Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
Houso Furnishing Goods, Fluted Ware, &c, &c.
Family Grocers, - - - 67 16 9 Hotel li
Just Received ox S S Alamcdii,
Keniiefly's Cream Biscuits, Baldwin Annies, Hams,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Gerraoa, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Rolled Pickled $uer ,
Anil a full Hue of Fresh Staple CrocerieH.
Inland Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Ilox 207. (70'T
a. D. FllCETll.
W. C 1'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
3 Xituuiiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFEK KOU SALE
At Hie liowtwt Market Rules
a Inrse nnd well selected stock of
tho.Cliolccst nnd most Fnvorllc
&c, &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
nnd oiders tilled promptly.
Telephone 40. P. O. Dox 300.
Etc.. Etc., Elr.
KKNNEDT & CO.)
Pnrilculnr nttcntion paid to Tonri W
Baggage, Parcels, Eto, Doliverod in
any part of tho City promptly
and with caro.
Orders left lit Ilnnimcr'a Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 20'.'.. No. of Wagons 58 & Ml.
DIUKCT FMOM JIADEIUA,
Per h. h. lSORrI3A.TJX
A splendid collection of 18 carat cold &
silver Jewelry of tho latest designs,
IVc;lcliiccM -with J-,o1cc1h,
Chains, Studs, Bracelets, Purses', Srirf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rlnge, Thimble,
E c, 32tc, ICtc.
Call and examine this Superior Stale.
CONZALVES & CO.
811 NO. r,7 HOTEL ST.
Hull I'roirraiiiiucH !
TVTEW DESIGNS, just received froi),
JLT can Francisco, at thk daily moi