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FRIDAY, NOV. 7, 188-1.
SUtl, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Xov. 7
Sun Sets 0 21.
SunBlses 18 7.
Moon llleci 10 10.
High Thlu (small) 8 00.
J Ugh Tlilo (large) 20 HO.
WIND 4SII WKATIIWt
Kccord Irom noon of jculevUny:
iSS"l, Thermometer IIhIii.
, III I tih I 22li l 2h I nil I ISii lln lull
3'J.O.i 30.12 SU.1J 70 735 7.13 II. HO
Wind, .V. Unlit; Sky, (Inc; ben, smooth.
Diamond Head, Xov. 0, 3 p.M
Light X. E. wind.
Pmiih ' nil' iwwwfinniiMiiMii
" OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I-'llll SAN l-'HAXC'ISCO.
Marlpo.s.i Leaves Honolulu, Xov. IS
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu, Dec. 1st
PAcTfI G "MAJL87 S."00.
KOlt AUCKLAND AND SVU.NT.Y:
.Stinr Australia Nov 29
FOIl RAN rilANClMCO.
Slinr Zealitmlla Xov 23
Schr Poholkl from l'una
Sehr Kckiuiluohl from llunalet
Selir Mnnuokiiwul from Koolau
Stmt- .Ins Makce for Uahu and If mil
Schr Halcakala for Pepeekeo
Schr Ualubow for Koolau
Sehr Marlon for AValanac
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk Paeille Slopo for Victoria, II C
Sehr Walehu for Hllo
II I G M" Prln Adalbert for Calhio
Hktne AS' IL Dlmond for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
1110 M's Frigate Prinz Adalbert. Men-
Steam bk Oco S Homer. Perry
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Urlg Tawara, La Oucu
Hark Calbarlen, Hubbard
Hgtno Hazard, Tlcrney
Jlnrk Nicholas Thayer, Crosby
llaik Varunn, Ingram
Bk Paeille Slope, Jlanies
Hktne W II Diinond, Houdlett
liktnc Ella, Howe
Bark Abble Carver, Pendleton
Bark Candaur, Offersen
For Oahu and Kauai, per .Ins Mukec.
Nov 7 Mr Herbert, O Stlllinan, J
O'Ncil and about 8." deck.
Schr Pohoiki brouglit a load of ilro
wood. Capt O'llrien of the Allien Bessie was
formerly of tin: Hawaiian bk LUlu that
The Abble Carver brought 20 Chinese
passengers from Hongkong.
Schr Kckauluoh! brought -10 bags of
Tlie Nicholas Thayer is fitting up for
Chinese passengers for Hongkong.
Tlio schr Wulchu will tak'o some ina
eliinery to-morrsw for AVahnanalo
The AV G Hall will arrive Sunday
The bk Paeille Slope sails to-morrow
inoriiliig for Jtoyal Jioad-s to load lum
The sailing of the AV H Dlmond is
postponed until to-morrow morning.
The brig Tawara was hauled out into
the stream this morning.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Smokixh iloes not agree with borne
peoplo ; but it always seems to soot
To-jionnow is Lewis & Co.'s day
for receiving fresh fruit and other
good things from the Coast.
Rumkmueu tho ainateur band from
the German man-of-war plays at the
Hotel this evening. Everyone will
Tun Pluntcr' Monthly for No
vember ia to be ready on Monday,
and will be quite a large and inter
Gonnu:, gobble, gobble, is what
those fat turkeys say that Lewis &
Co. have for sale to properly cele
brate Thanksgiving Day.
Tin: new lamp posts are being put
up in the places selected for them
by Marshal Sopcr and Mr. C. 0.
Merger of Macncaic safe fame.
Tin: bark Abbic Carver, which
arrived in port yesterday afternoon
from Hongkong, brouglit 19 Chinese
passengers, 1-1 meif and 0 women.
Tin: S. .S. Mariposa is due to
morrow morning from San Francisco
with dates to tho 1st inst. Look
out for Lucas's whistle between 0
and 10 o'clock.
That beautiful green-all-over par
rot was seen Hying about near Mr.
P. C. Jones's green-all-round resi
dence yesterday afternoon. Wonder
whom it belongs to?
Tiir.nn is a Fountain at 123 Fort
street, filled with ginger, root and
spruce beer, and n stock of candies,
cigars, cigarettes and many other
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Miss Ucrnice Parke is now pre-
t.n.'nrl til rrt.'i Inn.n.ia l. .innnl ..wl
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instrumental music nt her residence, .
Kiikui street. I
Tun Honolulu Cricketers arc try- I
ing to arrange a mnteli game of
cricket with an eleven from the '
Honolulu Iron Woiks, on Hawaiian I
Independence Day, November 28th.
If you want to know what you arc
good for, Professor Johnson, whoso
advertisement appears elsewhere,
profcsscH to bo ablo to tell you by
the knobs on your head and tho
lines of your face.
Tiiosu persons requiring Anglican
prayer or hymn books can find the
same at Messrs. J. M. Oat & Co.,
they having just received a fltst in
stalment, and will always have them
on hand for the future.
Tiir.iiK is quitu a long list of letters
remaining in the Post-Ofllcc up to
the end of last month. If your
name is on this list, which hangs
outside the ofllce window, ask for
Tin: V. II. Diinond leaves for
San Francisco to-morrow morning.
A mail will bo scut by her, and will
close at the Post-Oillco at 10.30 a.
m. All letters marked per W. II.
Diinond will be forwarded.
. Tin: Friend for November has
been laid on our table, and is an
exceedingly interesting number,
being full of newsy matter. A sketch
of the late Father Lyman is given,
and the last page gives Y. M. C. A.
. - -
Tnosi: members of Pacific Hose
Co. No. 1 who arc six months in
arrears of dues, arc called to pay
them before next Monday evening,
when the regular meeting takes
place, or else their names will lie
dropped from the roll.
Lyons & Levey hold their regular
cash sale to-morrow at 10 o'clock,
and at 12 noon they will sell tho
lease of the premises upon which
stands the restaurant and billiard
parlor known as the Blue House on
Last evening II. F. Glade, Esq.,
acting German Consul, gave a very
pleasant party at his rcsidcucc, Judd
street, to tho captain, ofllccrs and
midshipmen of II. I. G. M.'s S.
Prinz Adalbert.' Tho affair was
most enjoyable in every respect.
Tin: painting of the Ivaumnkapili
church tower is progressing slowly.
When completed it will be a slate
color. It is to lie hoped the trustees
in charge will now lit up and use the
audience room up stairs, instead of
building another tower as i.s the
Mil. Robt. Lishmau, who has the
contract for building the new St.
Andrews Cathedral, will arrive by
the Mariposa to-morrow. He was
in San Francisco when the City of
Sydney left, but could not obtain
passage by her. Building operations
will probably be recommenced next
, . .
Tiium: will be two Government
holidays in this month, His Ma
jesty's birthday to bo kept Novem
ber 17th, uud Hawaiian Independ
ence Day the 28th. We suppose
the American Thanksgiving Day
will be kept on the last Thursday of
this month, the 27th.
Tin: Board of representatives of
the Fire Department met last even
ing. It was voted to give 8200 to
Marshal McGuire, who was burnt
out Wednesday, for his immediate
use. Tho foreman of each company
was also notified to prepared sub
scription lists and go round among
his own men for tlio same object.
Tin: fair in aid of St. Andrews
Now Cutlicdr.il has been postponed
for a fortnight or three weeks, so as
not to interfere in any way with the
mission work of Mrs. Hampson tho
evangelist, who is expected here on
tho next Australian steamer. The
fair will take place about the third
week in December.
With regard to the American ling
flying from the Hotel on Sundays,
Manager Fassctt says that the Hotel
is to receive a ling of every nation,
Avhich will bo hoisted when a steamer
or man-of-war is in port. For ex
ample, if they had a German flag, it
would bo hoisted now tho German
vessel is in port. Furthermore,
J- l I I
George says that the "Ilawoyhan"
flag always flics from the polo in the
yard. Hut isn't that wrong, George;
shouldn't It be viec-vcrsu V
In our issue of yesterday, we call
ed for n number of boys and girls to
innke pies of the mud in front of the
new bank. Five minutes after the j
paper was issued three Portuguese j
were busy scraping it up into large
heaps, which arc now awaiting a I
liorse and cm t to lake llicm away, i
A kativi: woman named Paakaulu,
wife of David, a well known orange
peddler, living on Herctania street
near Emma, while out visiting some
friends last evening, was suddenly
taken witli spasms, dropped down
and was dead in a few minutes. Her
age was about 37 years, and she lias
complained lately of severe paius in
"Industwous EniTOits. On read
ing tlio four daily papers, ' Adver
tiser,' 'Hawaiian,' 'Bulletin' and
'Guide,' wc arc surprised at the
amount of fresh reading matter daily
published for the reading of Hie
Honolulu public. Somo items may
he found the same in all, but the !
chief articles arc all fresh and spicy,
and many of them well written. The
average is equal to the matter served
up that comes to us, in the daily and
weekly papers from abroad."
Tin: Police Court was crowded
with Chinese humanity, this morning
and had somewhat of a joss stick
smell. The attraction was a case
where six Chinese were charged with
assault and battery on a fellow coun
tryman. The case occupied two
hours in hearing. Two of the de
fendants were discharged, and the
other four sentenced to twenty days'
imprisonment witli costs. Each
noted an appeal. Mary Howard
was brouglit up on remand, but as
she complied tills morning with the
laws by registering her name, was
discharged, so that several indivi
duals will breathe easier than before.
Tnu following statement of the
expenses and receipts for election
day in Honolulu, has been handed
us with a request for publication :
Hawaiian Band !?10 00
Services .1. MuGiiirc and help on
torches, transparencies, etc ! 00
Printing, advertising, etc 11 00
l-'lags. hack hire anil Incidentals.. 8 00
Received cah from votes!.
Tliih shows a deficiency of S!)iJ.2n
and it is hoped that the voters will
call at Wiscmnu'H and deposit their
little mile to make it up. Call
Exciiangi: has taken a tumble, so
have our prices, to make room for
largo stock for tlio holidays. King
Bros.' Art Store. 803 3t
Wi: would call the attention of nil
the boats' crews intending to partici
pate in the coming regatta, to pro
vide themselves with those elegant
regatta wol shirts, to bo had at the
store of M. Mclncrny. They arc in
various colors, and at tho present
time all tho different sizes may be
secured. Do not defer calling until
the last day, as the sizes will be
broken up. 8C3 (It
Wji. Oliphnnt, butcher, late of
the City Market, has opened the
Hotel Street Market. 8G1 lw
A beautiful line of light shoes and
gaiters imported for the Madeira
lta.aar, aro now on exhibition at
Gonsalves &Co., 57 Hotel street.
Parties wlio have been waiting for
them should lose no timo in calling.
Cauixut Photos 811 per doz, cards
81 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montnno's. 820 tf
A Gkuat Uaihi.un. The Alitor
House und Plant for Sale. This old
and well established restaurant must
be sold immediately on account of
the ill-health of the proprietor, and
tlio pressure of outside business.
ThffAstor House, which is centrally
located on Hotel street, near Fort,
is the best restaurant stand in Hono
lulu, and is now doing a good pay
ing business. Terms cash, no rea
sonable offer will be refused. Ap
ply to R. W. GllAXXIS, Proprietor.
123 FORT STREET.
Cold Drinks for Young and Old
Superior Ginger Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Donnolly s Root Boer,
Connolly's Spruce Beer, " " "
These Beers mo tho most pleasant
anil hc.-iltliicst huvcrag? known.
They elcanso and purify thu blood,
which tenders lliein not only an ex
cellent drink but good for invalid?,
and will more readily quench thirst
without producing any deleterious
CANDIES ! CANDIES ! !
Home mndo Creams mid Caramels,
all varieties, ftesh dally. Finest
selection of Imported Candies.
Clmso'h celebrated iloston Lozenges,
Ihiestaroinatioquaiity in thomiirKct.
NUTS AND BON-BONS ! !
Hniolcc! Hmolcc:! Hmolco!
Jly Manilas arc the bet In town.
Come In and judge for yourself.
American, Havana and Hluulcy's
eclebiatod Home-made CI guru til
ways on hand. Chewing and Smok
ing Tobacco, cut foil una plug. & II
varieties of Cigarettes at tho FoiUf.
02 ' ' ROBERT DONNOLLY.
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by leaving orders mid con.
F. JJ. OATX
At Paeille Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen street. tf
WILL SELL ICE AT
As Low Rates as
AXY OTHER COMPANY.
J. K. WILDER, Sup't.
inn prt:'!' i uc; ii.
And 12 inches in Diameter
AX l.Ho Ground.
857 APPLY AT THIS OFFICE, lw
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom Hotiso Brokor
and Gonoral Business Agent.
During ibe next fifteen ilnyo, I will
give partlculir attention to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commissions are moderate, anil
liusfnes Men mid others can bo hiiro
that nil matters intrusted to mo will be
Promptly Attended to.
Ollli-b in Campbell's Now Block,
Sin tf Itoom No, 7, Up-StnlrE.
GEORGE LUCAS, -h ,,
Honolulu Steam Planing 31111s, Espla
I mule, Honolulu.
Manufactures all hinds of Mouldings,
i Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, anil all kinds of Wood
I work llnlrih. Turning, Stroll and Hand
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan-
nifj, Jlortlelng anil Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from tho other Ib
SlaJ& A ,'i,r?c lum uoniinuuwus
&iv22B newlv niincrcd snd nalnted
iiKJunHf cuiuiitw,, iuu.iiuii,
.iu-je yard, Btuhliu. &c. Possession
given immediately. For further piir.
ticulurs enqulro of
815 Hotel &tr., bet. Fort find Alakea
TIig Honolwln Ice Wors Cd
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
Tlio goneral public are invited to givo us a oall and inspect,
at our opening, our new aiid select stock of Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant'3 Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Fu in i felling Goods, and an Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and InfanU' Bhocs.
S3 OOBLTST &: CO.
New Holiday Goods
LYCAH & GO'S
low on Exliilitioii.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implement:.,
Els., Etc., Etc. '&iiSPMW
irmrjTTS " lHPViKBfc- fc---?V- -"??-
Fence Wire and" Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
(SUCCESSORS TO Kll.NNKDY it CO.)
Family Grocers, - - - 67 & 69 Hotel St.
Just Ilcceived ex S S Alamedu,
ivciiiifiiln Cram Biscuits, Baliwiu Apples, Han:,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Germoa, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Boiled Pickled Butter,
And a full lino of Frcnh .Stniilo WioicricH.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 2-10. 1. O. Box 237. (7(K
a. 1). FHKKTII.
W. C I'FACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,-
2'.i N'nunim St root.
Honolulu, u. r.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOIl SAM-:
At the I.owent Market Itnlcs
a Jarjje mid well selected stock of
tluiCliolcestnnd most Favorite
II rami 6 of
&c, c., &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
nud orders tilled promptly.
Telephone JO. P. O. 13ox IJCO.
Etc.. Eic. EU,
Particular attention paid to Touri'tV
Baggage, Parcels, Etc, Dolivored in
any part of tho City promptly
and with oare.
Oidcrs left at Hummer's Harness SI cp
will receive prompt attention.
Telephono202..No. of Wiujons C8 & '.'J.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
Ic- H. H. DORDE A.TJ ?C
A Hplcudid collection of 18 curat poll &
tillvcr jewelry of the latest design,
IXcelcluucN avK.1i J-.otsIcc'H,
Chnliis, Studs, Bracelets, Purees, Seirf ,
Pine, Crosses, Ear-ring, Thiinhlw, T
Etc., JEt-., ICte.
Call nud examine this Superior Stock.
GONZALVES & CO.
NO. 57 HOTEL ST.
Hull Vrogi'iumucH !
TVTEW DESIGNS, just received f om
lri San Frnnoisco. at Tnu Daily l .in,