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NCW YOIIK, UOSTON. MONO KONG.
,Mciir. N. M ItnlliHihlldAHnn, Loudon.
'I'lii- Commercial II nil. C'l.i'f Kvilncy,
llonnlulii Hawaiian I I .ml
The UniiitiimlHi llmik v of Sjiliicj, '
Tho llnnU of NV-rt Zi'iliinil; Auukhiml, j
ff Chrluli linn h, nnd Wellington.
fe. The ll.nl. oflliliMi Cnliiinhln. Vie. I
tnrln, II 0. nml I'orllaiiil, ()i.
Tnia'act General Hanking Ihlsini'N
U $U f8UctiU. '
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rMflo.1 to niltlitr Hcct nor Party.
Hut eUililln'iiil fur tilt lunotlt ol nil.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Hand, Hawaiian Hotel. 7 :!!().
Imp. Older of Red Men, at 7::t0.
.Morning Slur Lodge. K of I'. 7:.')(l
Rcgulni Cash Sale, at Sales Room
of Lyons A. Levey at Id o'clock.
And at 12 noon, the lease of the
Hand, Kiiinm Stpinic, I :.H1.
A SMALL GAME.
The little dodger has taken to
guesH wink, leinfoi'ced hy lying, in
its eonteinplihle effoits to hotiud
down tin) editor of this paper on the
ground of his nationality. Not as a
reply to its silly slander, hut to in
form any of our Ameiican readers
who may sec the dodger, we may
iay that the objection to the Ameri
can Hag on the hotel did nut come
"from one who is neither Kuglish
nor Ameiican, nor yet Hawaiian."
It was an cpression of outside
opinion from peiMiiiv having the
licit light to hold such an opinion,
the force of which i" acknowledged
hy Ameiican'. wIiom- views have
weight heie. The patriotism of per
sons who canpot stand upon their
own merit out of their own country,
hut. hae to appeal to national pic
judlces to gain auppoil, is not Ame
rican patriotism hut a .spurious ai ti
de for which Mieeiing at is too mild
treatment. The dn befoic the
lamented flarlleld was shot the
wnler was one of a paity of from
one to two thousand Canadians who
eelclnatcd the hiilhday of the Domi
nion of Can. ula upon one of the
loveliest spots in the Oieeii .Moun
tain State. Hundreds of Americans
came by special trains fiom many
towns and hamlets of Yeimoiit, and
mingled, with a .est not second to
what they should display on their
own national holiilav tlnec das
later, in the joyous celebration.
Such iutei national reunions occur
every vear, and main times in a
year, at places on both sides of the
line. That is the true patriotism,
which can take delight in the love of
country of other, paitieulaily
kindred, people. How much more
does such a fraternal spiiit. wliich
we know exists, become the uuinci
ous lepiescutatives of both eountiics
heie, than the contemptible spirit of
bickering jealousy sought to be in
troduced in a sneaking way by the
Suturtlai I Vf ... and its dally dodger.
As for the spiteful and silly letter in
to-day's (fiiiiie, it beats almost
positive evideuci; of having been
written Uy a per-on wIk K smarting
from the results of similar imper-
tineuces in the same line. If the
firm issuing those papeis chooses to
make the sowing of prejudice and
discord in the community part of its
eutorptisc, let it do m. So much
the better for its rivals.
The icspeetable portion of the
community are highly incensed' at :
most vulgar allusion contained in a
paragraph iclatiug to the postpone
ment of the St. Andrews fair, in this
The ret ui n of the lurid sunsets
'has occurred In the Kast as well as
here. The New Yotk .Sun of Oct.
, f..i . t.'i'i... .:..
pi. n'iii ?a s i mv ihij iqqiv.ii.nu r
jfrof the western -Kj after sundown,
which excited much attention ami
wonderment in all quartets of the
world last year, has recently again
become a conspicuous phenomenon.
Last evening particularly the skies
lowed with splendid shades of red
and crimson. So brilliant was the
dispby that some persons thought a
...... ..I lion irnu .,. Ir. I nmi ntlnv
tho win disappeared a lurid red light
Imnt; over the western lionon,
while Him ihiikeiiinj,' heavens over-
head reflected u faint tinge of pink,
Similar display have been witnessed
at intervals ever since Inst winter,
alo the halo which can ho hccii stir-
rounding the aim any clear day, and
which liiw not lost any of its inten-
fciiv,riii iho twelve months that .
,' . , , ,. ,, ,
hnvr elapsed since il was flrt ,
The whiiliglgof timo does bring
some oncer revenues. "Three iiiein-
,,L'"",r t"'riW' "ohllityhohad
heeu upending .several weeks in the
Yellowstone National l'aik," bays a
Saii Francisco paper, "were arrest
ed recently for despoiling the place
of valuable specimens, which they
proposed to lake home with them.
They clipped off bits of mineral
which look their fancy, and, in fact,
acted worse than the tiaditional
Western vandal. They were greatly
outraged when placed under arrest
and compelled to pay a line, hut the
example made of them will do good
in checking a growing nuisance.
The park is for the people, but there
will be little left of it if visitors ate
allowed to deface its chief cuiio
sitic." After all the wealth of
satire poured out upon the head of
the typical American tourist roam
inganiongtlic "effete monarchies" of
Kurope, for his proneness to similar
peculations of both natural and arti
licial souvenirs, it is truly icfreshiug
to hear of tin en live lords being
caught at such tricks in the un
sophisticated Western World.
The appointment of a lcsident
physician to the leper settlement on
iMolokni is an act wliich meets the
approval of every lover of humanity.
It is a measure that was advocated
by this paper long ago, and wc now
i note with pleasure that this step has
heeu taken by the Hoard of Health
in the interests of suffering human
ity. Concerning the gentleman to
whom tin appointment has been
given Dr. Alourit it is safe to
say that a better selection could
scarcely have been made, lie pos
sesses the two important tpialiliea
tions of skill in his piofession and
sympathy for the sufferer. The
settlement is foitunate in getting
Dr. Intuit., and wehaVc conlidence
that its condition will be bettered by
his presence and services. King
Lunalilo did a wise and generous
act when lie bequeathed his pro
perty to aged and indigent Havvai
iaijs, mid the Lunalilo Home stands
as a grand and enduring monument
of a great and noble heart. Kqunlly
commendable is the munificent be
quest of Sits. Hishop of the bulk of
I her large possessions, for the esta-
blishmeut and endowment of two
schools, one for Hawaiian boys and
the other for Hawaiian girls. The
influence of the donor's presence is
no longer felt among the living, for
she sleeps the undisturbed sleep of
death in the silent tomb ; but her
deeds live after her to speak her
praise, and of all this last great gift
to her people and her country.
These schools will rise up as monu
ment" to her memory, and from
them will come many a boy and
main a girl to bless her name.
List evening, at the lesideneo of
Capt. John II. Drown, Hctetania
street, his daimhter. 31iss IMinnie.
wns ,llliUlll hx mm-i t Capt. W,
j Jl. Aldticlt, of the Honolulu Kitles.
The iutercj.ting ceremony was per-
, formed by the Rev. Alex. MacUin-
, tosh in tho presence of a largo nuin-
j ber of Invited guests, including 11.
M. (Juceii Kiutna, 11. U. 11. Piincess
Liliuokahmi, 11. H. II. Princess Li-
kelike, Hi-: Kx. Gov. Domini and
! Hon. A. S. sCleghoru. The presents
1 vveio verv ni'iucroiis and most beau
tiful, and included a silver set of
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eleven piece from the Honolulu
' Ritles. Later , a reception was held
at tho icstdenc e of Mr. S. J. Levey
! on the Parade "round. The Roval
llnvvim-iii It-mil uns In ittimilniino
Hawaiian H.uul was in atteiul.tnte.
The llt'u.trris i ?islies the newlv mar-
tied coiinh. n l.i i.r lif. of liMiinlii(w4
mil eottpie a lot ig life ol Happiness
LATEST F011EICN HEWS,
i'hu South ot Ireland Labor
League was formeel at a convention ,
of delegate, at Cot k on Oct 12th,
to bo devoted cuius' ively to thu in-.
tercst-s of laborers. The members
ate ploitgcd to uprxrt only candL
lllltnu ullfl fnl'fll' lllfl ! fr.ltiptllslt lllll. '
which they believe will tend to 10-
move me (jncvuuccn ui me inooioia,
mid also to abstain fiom any out-i
tages. The convention manifested I
no hostility toward I'nrnolPH party
nnd the farmers, but tho new oiga-
nlation is altogether independent
of the Iiish National League.
Judge Knell has i endured Jndg-
incut in Washington in the civil
, , . ... , ,. , ,,
lights ease of hnuinuel Hewlett
(coloied) ngainsl John J'owler, pur
Her of the l'otomae river steamer
Jane Moscley, for a refusal to sell
plaintiff a supper ticket on the
bteanier. The decision is that the
Government, on whom the burden
of proof lay, failed in proving the
alleged refusal; but if proof had
been made he would have had no
hesitation in giving judgment against
the defendant, for although the. Civil
Nights Act had been declined un
constitutional so far "as the Stales
ate concerned, it is in full foicc in
the Distiiel of Columbia, where the
offence was alleged to have taken
All olllcer.s of the army implicated
in the leceut political trials in Huss'in
were sentenced to death, and many
culpiits were doomed to Siberia.
The University at the Kieff has
been elo-cd by the authorities until
January. One hundred and sixty
eight students have been arrested
for alleged connection with Nihilists.
A l'leuch paper has given cur
iciicy to a .statement that Queen
Victoria lias requested Premier (Mail
stone to submit to the Cabinet for
ils consideiation the question whe
ther special powers cannot be eon-
fen ed upon the Prince of Wales to
enable him to participate in con
feiences of the soveieigus of Europe.
A cyclone swept over Catania, in
the island of Sicily, Oct. 8lh, which
left a .scene of desolation similar to
that piesented by Casamicciola after
the eaithquake of 188H. Twenty
seven persons weie killed and four
bundled injured. Hundreds of
houses, including many summer
mansions, weie demolished, and
there is great distress among the
Chailes W. Hutlei, one of the
most noted criminals in the Statu of
Ohio, son of Dr. George Duller, a
wealthy physician of Columbus, was
executed at Columbia City, Indiana,
Oct. 10th, for the minder of Abbie
Duller, his young wife, at Piereeton,
Indiana, September 2Dth, lSStl. His
trial occupied neatly a month, and
all that wealth and influence could
do was done to save him from the
Richard Clark, an employee of
Foivpaugh's circus, had his arms
and legs badly mutilated by tigers
at Waterhuiy, Connecticut. He was
seized by the ferocious brutes while
opening the ventilator of the cage,
dragged inside and only rescued
when the animals weie beaten off
with iron bars.
Jlonis Garrison died in Cincin
nati fiom a pistol shot fired by
Davit West dining a Republican
i SINOLi: MAX IX A PHIVATK
-kV FAMILY, to take charge of lior.-es
milk two or tlireo cows, anil nmko him
self generally useful. Only it compe
tent man necil upply. Aihlresj It. G.
S57 lw- " Hawaiian Hotel.
NOTICE OF HEMOVAIj.
OEDINGS'S EXPRESS Ins removed
to No SI King street, directly op
posite the old stand. All dVders prompt,
ly attended to ut reasonable rates. Tele
phone Xo. SO. 657 ljn
OFFICII TO LFr.
OXE SIDE of J. E. Wiseman's beau,
tlful otllco to rent, with tine olllce
furniture, chandeliers, consultation
room, use of telephoni". fcc. To a suit
able party reasonable i terms will be
given. Apply to
.1. E. WISEM.VX.
General liuslucss Agcut, Campbell's
Sl.'i tf Rlock, Merchant t.
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply toT. W. DAWLINS,
Sill tf Soap Works
I A SUIT OK FRONT DOOMS, nicelv
, A furnished. Apply at Xo. b Kukui
street. 770 tf
' 'PDK undersigned, who has mallear- ,
I ..,,,,,....., for ouen ni a lMnu.
. gueo Scliool, will alo glv'o lessons in
,n',, hSuaS to foreigners uuderstand- i
lw, Froucll; Kor .,r,jou,, .,l)piy t0 i
, M. A. Gous.ilves A. Co., 37 Hotel st.
I Sou tf J. A. M OSORIO.
TOTIli: l.Ali:S OV UOM)!.L'l.l'
DRESSMAKER, having Mturuwl'
lias reuuued btilrws.
Feather Cleaued, Dyed and Curletl In
all the now est shades.
Corner ot Klaz and Richard Streets.
REGULAR CASH SALE
Postponed until Saturday,
Nov. Hili, ntlOn. in., at nur Stiles Room.
LYONS fi LEVEY,
A CALL to lliu liilinbliiuit of Hone
lulu, Sea Ciptahifl nail Scamui.
Tho tlraln Is tho Organ ot tlio Hind.
Come nml see the gifted IMIOI'KSSOH
LalcofiS.iii Francisco, Cal., who will
I'Mimliiu both Males it Females, will
tell by the Oig.ius of the Head
and the outlines of the face
What Naturo Intended you to follow and In
what Business you will Most Succeed,
that you may bo more Happy In Life.
Also, especial call to thu uiiinnrrird wo.
men and young Indies what kind of
husband you should chooxu In
marriage. Assured of a
Oluii'tyow lCciHmills I'
Olllce anil Residence, New liilildlng, 8IJ
King .St., near Pott, Honolulu. II. L
frill! Regular Monthlv Meeting of
X l'nellle Hosu Co. No. 1. will be
held MONDAY LVHN1NG, November
10th, at 7.U0 i m. A full altcadanie of
members U requested.
ALL Members of Pacillc Hose Co.
Xo. 1 who are Six Months In AR
JJFARS OF DUKS, will be dropped
from the roll. If they aro not paid before
the meeting on Monday evening, Xo
vein tier 10th.
A. II. RASRMANN, Foreman,
l'er C. K. MlU.uit, Heeutary. f 8113 lit
Miss B. B. Parke,
I picpaicd to give instruction In
At Her Residence,
R3R. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE IX MIL GOD
FREY RHODES' Pire proof
lluildtng on K'l.ilmmanu street, and will
be luqipv to at lend to anv business en
tru-lcd to his care. SC2 Cm
MlnposB lie !
A Consignment of
Just to hand ex Hordeaux,
fin Wood and Bottle
Just the thing for this Climate.
Fott Sai.i: uy
G. W. Macfarlrme & Co.
802 lw . .
I Cil.V-SEA VENDAnos aunaens
XX. de Maefarlaue iV Co. juneto ao
llauco. unia eoiisiguaeao de magnltleo
Vlnbo de mea ehegailo do Poitugal no
vapor "liordeaux." Val eiiegando o
Natal. Approveltem a oecaiao. '
stia-Jw macfarlaxi: & CO.
IDY A GERMAN as Gardener or Dos
1 tier in a private family, or airy
kind of outride work.
Apply J. E. WISEMAX.
SOI lw ' 2S Mcichant street.
The Puunui Dairy for Sale.
LEASE 1,000 ACRES. 7 YEARS TO
RUX, Dental $1,000 p'er year. 500
head of choice cattle, 14 head of Dorses,
1 Wagon, 2 Cottage, Dalty improve
ZST Sell Good Will and everything
throughout for $12,000. Address or ap
ply to' J. E. WISEMAX.
sQO lw General DuIne Agent.
Cottage to Let and Furniture
Fnr Sain !
AT XO. 13t FORT STREET, above .
Herotauin street, a neatly furnish
ed 4 roomed Cottage. Furniture for
Sale at $150. Item il of Cottage, $i0
per month, suitable for email familv.
Apply to .1 E. WISEMA'X.
SCO lw lloue Broker.
Furnished Rooms. j
170R GEXTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
JJ to MRS. TURNER. M Kin; Street, '
nearly opposite the Windsor Restaurant, I
J. E. WISEMAN'S
Ready for Active Work Again.
rpiIE lltislne'i Oommiinlty nnil my
I In I rritia rr tinrnllv t li mil trt lull f lliu
Wands will please bike notice Hint I
have rctiirnid from mv trip to tho Coast
ami wilh Improved tnellllles for con.
ducting my General Olllce IJiishicss. I
most respectfully solicit In the future
tho patronage heretofore exlciidcd to .
me during my lmiticss engagement In
the Klnpilom for the past live years. .
In addition to my various depart.
meats, I have been appointed sole Agent '
fnr tin. St. .Tn A' I Ifitmllinl mill lln ftllr. .
llngton and Qiiincy Jtall Honds, abo,
sollcitlne: Auent for the San Francltco
Hlumlii'itlng Card Advertisement Com
pany. Orders for Ooods, Wares and
Meichandlse of every kind and nature
scut to the Cu.'ist, anil satisfaction
guaranteed and on the most le.isonnltle
In my Real Estate Department, I have
nlwavs on hand choke pioperty to sell
and iloiiH'v, Rooiih and Olllecs to lease
and let. I collect rent", pay and dis
charge tnxe, insurance and older neces
sary lepaiis when required. Landlords
nnd Owners will Ibid that it will 1m to
their advantage to place their Real Fo
late Interests hi in)' hands, as I will
carefully attend to this branch of my
business to their entire fatlsfnetion.
Custom Home Entries executed at
Hooks and Accounts kept .mil adjust
ed, and Quarterly Hills distributed and
collected accurately and promptly.
Soliciting Agent fur the Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of New York, also Fbe
Don't forget ihnt I do business on
misinrs) principles, uivc inu a can.
.T. 12. AVISEiUrVIV,
The only lceognjyed General Business
lyCIII. Ill IIIU 1Y1II(IUII1.
Olllces, 28 Mei chant Street. Campbell's
Fire Proof Block, Honolulu.
P. O. HoxUlC Telephone 172.
I) EOS lo Inform the public that he h
J JUST RECEIVED
per Mariposa, an elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladies', anil ChlhlienV
Boots & Shoes
OF THE REST QUALITY.
W. H. PAGE,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE HAMACTORV
XOS. 128 and ISO,.... FORT STRKF.T
(opposite Pantheon Stables)
1IOXOLULU, II. I.
The Manufactory contains a complete
Canlage Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
Shop, and Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, &C.
Made to Order on most favorable terms
and all work guaranteed.
The CIoNPNt Attention clien to re
pair work of nil Llniln.
Having been in business on the hland
for a number of years employing none
but the most Skillful of Mechanics, and
using only Al Material, I can strictly
gunrautcc" all worK leaving my Manu
factory. Give me a oall before purchasing
Don't forget the place.
12$ ami 120 FORT STREET.
Ol'POSITK dodd's ST.VBIX3.
W. H. Page,
For Freicht or Charter.
j-&,L TnE BGTNE
Apply at the
S4t lm Pacific Xavhiatiox Co.
Jl'ST DECEIVED PER
FOR SALE BY
J. I. DOWSETT,
8-tt lm QUEEN STREET.
rpHK Undersigned Proprietor of the
PIONEER STEAK CANDY FACTORY
dcslies to Inform hlspatiouuaml the pub
He generally that notv. Itliblnndlnir the
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, 1ms erected
A NEW FACTORY nnd BAKERY,
On n niucli lnoreLxtcnalvc benlo whlih
is now In tuu. Omm.vrto.v, nml which
will be in complete working order by an
"i' Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and Is now again prcpnml ,lo
numnrcT mini- numiro
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
ami will nlwuys have on hand hl dell.
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUQAT IN BARS,
SUCJAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety OtT
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. All those Home
Made Fresh nnd Pure Coufcctlon, I h'U
at CO cents PER POUXD.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of tho Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on blind and ornamented In the
most nrtlstlc style.
1VIIXVCOE 1I3ES !
always fresh, sis also
Homo Made Minco Meat
for sale at CO cents per pound.
"Will receive per Consuclo the balance
of my new machlneiy of the newest de
signs for manufacturing all dei-crlptlons
of plain Candles; thanking the public
for previous liberal patronage and so.
Ilcitlug a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
tiik, old btani). 71 Hotel street
P. O. Ro Xo. 75 Telephone Xo. 74
WEMER & CO.
02 POKT KTIim'.T.
Hnveonhnnd Xew Foreign anil Home
Watches, Bracolets, Necklots,
Pins, Lookots, Clooks,
And Ornaments of nil kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sots
Suitable for Presentation.
r.ui;i'niiij; nnd .'ntte .! ley
Repairing'in nil its branches.
E2TSolo Agents (or King's Eye Prcscivcrs.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT
II. Cavcnagh, - Proprietor.
MKAI.M ASv 3IEAI.W
Cook'dtoord'r,:'At all hours.
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer. 001
The Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
The llncst Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT THE I'AIIK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
HTTho only sea-side lcsort in the
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for cartage piomplly at.
tended to, at the lowest rates. Almi lor
White unit tllnoU HiiiiiI
in ipinntlties to suit, nt lowest prices,
Gv UAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, In any
T ipiantlty, I'lom 1 to 100 bags,
FOR SALF. BY
704 (Jui'iiu Slieet.
GEO. E. SHERMAN,
No. 8 Mu.nw;i;a Kr,
TreestuidSuldles of n kinds iiuulii to
order and repairing llnrness, etc., domi
In short notice. All ordeis promptly at
tended to. 5;i iy
Mm JL Sail
PAPER-RULER and BI.AX1M100K
Boole Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building . . Merchant street
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