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B$ BISHOP & Co., BACKERS Hquor to growing plants. 11 Is said ' full stock of framing material, In gy A T A P f J.E.WISEMAN'S
f- Honolulu, Hawaiian Hand-, to bo deadly to caterpillars, lice ami gold, onks, and other woods. Among ITi W R I - - ., Tllfnnnflfl flnilfl
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island".
Draw Exebance m tin?
Iluiilc of Cull Torn la. S. J-'.
NEW YORK. BOSTON. IIONC KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild .v Son, London.
The Commercial Hank ('.. of Sydney,
The Commercial llnnk Co., of Sydney. '
The Hank of New .calami: Auckland,
Clirlstcliiirch, and Wellington.
Tim Hank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, H C. and I'm Hand, Or.
Transact a General Banklm: Ruslnes.
VAu g nil it gIU1iiu
Madgcd to nelthar Sect nor Patty.
Bat eitlbllihcl for tba tsueSt of nil.
NAITBDAY. NOV. 8. ISSi.
THIS EVENING'S DOIIICS.
Gymnasium, Skating, 7.
Gospel Temperance Moelimi at
Bethel, at 7:0.
Casino at the l'ark. open all day,
Bethel Sunday School, at !!: 15.
Fort St. Church S. S. ut'.liio.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel. Service, morning and
St. Andrew-.' Cathedral. .service,
morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, service, morning
A RED SEA ADVENTURE.
Some time ago the news was given
that the French transport Averyon,
from Tonquiu with soldiers, went
ashore at Cape (Juadafui in the Bed
Sea. Particulars reaching New
York lately Miow that there were
over HOC men and women on hoard,
and the native the Soulfc would
not let them land. After keeping
tho strangers off the strand for some
lime, and being themselves kept off
the ship with dillleulty by forty-live
marines, tho only aimed force on
board, a leader of the tribe came
alongside the steamer and named
SHOO as the pi ice of permission to
land. That was as much mouey as
there was on board ship altogether,
-o that the oiler could not be ac
cepted ; but after much bartering it
was agreed that tlu'limt ollicer and
eleven men could go ashore. They
took with them a mortar and life
line, which they very nearly lost in
the surf, the boat having capsized
with the lo-,- of one of the men. A
line was thrown and fastened to the
transport, but the natives became
demonstrative and threatened lo cut
it if any attempted to come ashore.
The natives were constantly making
efforts to reneft the ship, and badly
frightened the women. In a few
hours the German "learner Mnssalia
came along and was able to take off
about half of the passengers, the
lirst selection being from the women
and invalids by lot. After that
-tcamer went olf another attempt
was made to laud, bat reMtcd suc
cessfully by the natives. In the
afternoon of the second day the
steamer Lord of the Isle appeared
and took on board all the men and
as much baggage as possible. The
natives wcie nearly frantic with rage,
and the lieutenant and ten men on
shore, were obliged to light their way
through to get to the life line. The
'lieutenant, who was the last man to
leave, hail all the bras? bullous torn
off his coat in a lug of war between
those on board trying to pull him up
and the natives to pull him back. It
was only after a desperate struggle
that the former prevailed. Before
leaving the Averyon the captain set
lire to her, and as the Lord of the
Isles steamed away those on board
could see ihe black bodies of the
Soulis darting hither and thither
through the flames. First ollicer
'Kvans of the rescuing steamer said
that "so intent were lliey on securing
what they could from the ship that
they did not .seem to mind the
llamcs at all. A we were passing
i,r,,v. K,,,!,,,,,-,. ii.r many ouicr enemies oi vegetation, omcr specimens ui oik mi hu m.iu IHVU n I.N fi.N.N lifllll X
out of sight we heard 11 terrific ex- J Artists' materials of all kinds, stereo
plosion, and saw timber and niggers scopes and views, and pictures of
E- 'lyh'S about in this air. Poor fel
lows! They foigot (10 pounds of
powder which was stored on the
grounded vessel, and when the llamcs
struck the explosive a good many of
their 1 souls went to kingdom come."
A fruit journal gives tho following
1 receipt for a .simple insecticide,
' which may prove useful to many of
our readers : Hoil the leaves and
', stems of tomato plants until tho
juicc.is hll extracted, and apply the
to be deadly to caterpillars, lice and
many oilier enemies of vegetation,
while it docs not injure the growth,
and leaves an odor for long time
to dWgust inject marauders.
Some time ago wo gave n news ,
llcm !,lloul !U1 Invention of Mr. ,
Edwards, of Los Angeles, for burn
ing crude petroleum a- fuel for
boilers. Lately the new fuel was
given a week's trial at Mr. Clans
Spreckel's sugar lcflnery, San Fran
cisco, when, according lo a Los
Angeles paper, jil was demonstrated
that the work? could be run cheaper
witli oil than with coal. As that
refinery uses twenty-two steam
boilers, of 120 horse power each,
and lias thirty drying kilns in con
stant operation, a test of the inven
tion upon a larger scale could hardly
The tint unlay J'rcsn repeats the
untruth of its correspondent "Ame
rican." that the editor of this paper
had sneered at things American.
AVe did work off an ancient joke on
one tiling American, in a reference
to the (riiidc'n account of the mock
election which was conlined lo the
writer of that account, and was only
deigned to pay him off for dragging
in the "Canadian editor" for the
third or fourth time in a few weeks.
Tho discussion of the American (lag
on the hotel we do not mind telling
tliein was conducted on our side by
an American citizen who took coun
sel with other American citizens
before writing. The paragraphs
passed editorial review as containing
the well-taken point that the Ha
waiian Hag should fly over Hawaiian
property. AVe are glad the discus
sion lias forced our contemporary to
disclaim having tried lo array one
class of the population against
another. The fact is that lie and
his correspondents have repeatedly
sneered at the nationality of the
editor of Ihe Bru.r.Tix. unaware,
perhaps that a large proportion of
the business, professional anil me
chanical classes of this Kingdom are
Canadians. As to personal allusions
to the editor of the J'resn. we ac
knowledge the corn, but, as he him
self wrote a justification of that
kind of thing in connection with his
tilt witli the late editor of the .deer
liei it seemed to be as good a way
as any to retort upon some of his
acidulated humor at otu expense.
Finally, in reference to taking the
(iitirfc up for a violation of the pro
prieties in one of its paragraphs
yesterday, it should be only neces
sary lo remind our contemporary
that he was the lirst to dig up the
hatchet, and he can just take what
he gets until he chooses to bury it
again. If he was too proud lo notify
his contemporaries that tho abomi
nable allusion referred to had been
inserted without his knowledge, or
during a temporary departure of his
judgment, it was both justifiable
and a duly to hold him to account
for the offence.
KING'S PICTURE SHOP.
A visit to tiic picture and picture
framing shop of Messrs. King Bros.,
on King fctrect, is well worth making.
It was particularly so when the writer
dropped in the other day, and met
as the most prominent f-iglit- the pic
tures of King Kamcliaincha III. and
Queen Ktdama, painted by Stanley
in 18 ID and restored by Ilassclinan
this year. They appear to line ad
vantage in a heavy gilt frame, and
arc destined for the walls of the
Foreign Department. There is u
large varinty of pictures on sale, in
cluding domestic art as well as im
ported, comprising oil paintings,
raised work, engravings, plaques
and panels. A pretty cluster of
mangoes, executed by 3Irs. Kinp
was 011 exhibition but had just been
bought by Air. Samuel Parker.
celebrities, of various styles, aie
also always in stock. A special lino
t of goods of a very artistic class is
tho ebony ware, ill stands, brackets,
." . .
i;n;., iiiiu iiii-ii: .in: jiuiu cuuuci-a ill
walnut and ebony, together witli
inirroiH in variety, and people de
sirous of making elegant additions
to their house furnishings will find it
to their advantage to call anil sec for
' themselves. Anything in the way of
picture framing tho establishment is
prepared to do, keeping on hand '
nnil replenishing by every htcamcr a
gold, oaks, and other woods. Among
other specimens of work in this lino
they do n large business in framing
society diplomas, giving them an
elegant setting that makes them nunc
like works of art than ever. They
uso w atost iimclilncrv in
workshop, which produces tho most
accurate joints possible. Of such is
a patent milrcing vise, adjustable to
any size of frame, a mitrcing plane,
and a scroll saw adapted to the
finest woik. They make u specialty
of furnishing plaque frames to order,
mounting panels on plush, and mak
ing velvet and combination frames.
Tills is one of the most essential of
industries in a refined community,
and the Messrs. King are conducting
it in a manner to ensure complete
satisfaction to customers in all ics
pects. EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Fnnua
Square, this afternoon, at -I ;30. Tho
following is the programme :
-March The Prophet Meyerbeer
Overture Jolly .Students Suppe
Waltz Laura '. Mllloekur
Finale Hlgolctto Verdi
Selection Carmen Bizet
Gallop The Mall Lauiotte
At St. Andrews Cathedral, the
Bishop will preach in the morning
and Hev. George Wallace in the
At the Bethel Union Church to
morrow, the ltcv. S. C. Damon will
preach in the morning on " Canaan,
alypc of Heaven." The Kcv. K.
C. Oggel will preach in tho evening.
Subject, "Boom." There will be
an aftcr-inccting for fifteen minutes
for all who desire to stay. A cor
dial invitation is extended to these
At Fort Street Church to-morrow
morning, Pastor Cruzan will take
for bib theme, "Two-talent people,"
and in the evening, "Tho Crude
Cake." Sleeting for Bible study at
0 :;i(). All arc invited, and will be
A common article 011 m':i and
2nd A useful mineral
of precious quality.
3td An appurtenance of funeral
Itli A girl's name.
I am composed of ten letters.
My 3. 1. S, 10. 7. Is a source of delight
to young people.
My (i. 1), 8, I, .i, 1U, 7. ! of no value.
My 2. (i. 8. Is a Irouhlcnomo Insect.
My 3, . fi, 10, 8. is rarely found alive.
My 7. .", (!. U a i-ur-o to mankind.
My whole is the name of a city ill the
ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES.
To Charade l'rod-I-Gal: Prodigal.
To Square Word
A I! 1.
I L I.
X E S T
To Diamond Puzzle
A It C
A I, (0 II
I' It O C E
V II E C
A .S K
To Iliddlc Solomon.
To I 'uzle Handsome.
A SINGLE MAN IN A PRIVATE
FAMILY, to take charge of horses
milk two or three cows, and make him
ntlf generally useful. Only a compe
tent man nceii apply.
Address II. C.
iy A GERMAN as Gardener or Hoc
JL) tier in a pilvatu family, or any
kind of outside work.
Apply .1. E. WISEMAX.
8'il lw 28 Merchant stieet.
NOTICE OF KEMOVAL.
OEDINCIS'S EXPRESS has leinoveil
to No. 81 King stiLct, directly op-po.-lto
the old bland. All orders prompt
ly attended to at reasonable rates. Tele
phone No. 8B. 8.V7 lin
OFI'IOK TO I,KT.
"NE SIDE of .1. 15, AViscninu's beau.
tlful olllce to rent, with Hue olllce
furniture, chandeliers, consultation
room, use of telephone. vVe. 'lo a suit-
nine parly reaboiianic terms win nu
given. Apply to
J. I'.. VJUAlAii.
General Business Agent, Campbell's
A SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
.-' FRONT ROOMS, nicely
A SUIT or
XjL furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kuhul
CAM j to the Inhabitant of Hono
lulu, Scu Captain? and .Stamen.
Tho Brain Is tlio Organ ol the Mind.
Come ami nor the glfled PROFESSOR
Late of isan Franclscu, Cal., who will ,
examine both Males & Females, will I
tell by the-Organs of the-Head
nml the oulllnci of the face
Natures Intended you lo follow
What Naturo Intended you to follow and In
what Business you will Most Succeed,
that you may bo more Happy In Lite.
' ' rr
Also, especial call lo the unmarried wo.
men and young ladle what bind of
husband vnu should choose In
marriage. Assured of a
Olitu."KH ISoiiNoimhle I
Olllce and Besidcnee, New Building. 83
King St., near Fort, Honolulu, 11. I.
rpiIE Kegular Monthly Meeting of
JL l'aiiillu Hose Co. Xo. 1, will bo
held MONDAY EVENING. November
lOlb. at 7.30 1-. .m. A full nllendnnre of I
inenibiMS I-, requeued.
Al.b Members of Pamllc lIoe Co.
Xo. 1 who arc Six Mouths In AB
BEABS OF DUES, "ill bo dropped
from the roll. II they ate not paid before
the meeting on Monday evening, No
A. II. BASEMAXX, Foreman.
IVr C. K. Miu.un, Hccrelary. Mi 3t
CfiSSO. B. PARKE,
iSPJJEPABEDtoglvo instruction in
VOOAI, AND INSTBUMBNTA1.
MFS1C, at her residence, KuUul street.
RflR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE IN MB. GOD
FBEY B1IODES' Fireproof
llulhllngou Knahumanu street, ami will
bebnppv loattead to any business en
trusted 10 his c.ire. 802 Cm
Dealers In all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at Ihe Gazelle JUoeX; .Merchant
Fnnese fine !
A Consignment of
.lust to hand ex Bordeaux.
In Wood and Bottle
Just the thing for this Climate.
For. Sam: hy
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
AOIIA-SE A VENDA nos avinazcns
do Maefarlano & Co. juncto ao
Banco, 11111:1 consignaoao do magnllleo
Viulio do meza chegailo tie Portugal no
vapor 'Bordeaux.'" Val chegando o
Natal. Approveltem 11 occal:io.
802 2w MACFARLAXE & CO.
"fpiIE undersigned, who lm imido 11 r-
JL itiugemeiits tor opening a rorni.
guc-o School, will also give lessons In
that language to foreigners undeisland-
ing i-renen. v or parucuinr.i nppiy 10
M. A. CSon
nives iV uo., in jioiei si.
.). A. M. OSORIO
TO THK IjAOJKS OI' IlO.VOMtl.Il
DRESSMAKER, having n turned'
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Cm led in
all tin! newest shades.
Corner of King and Kieluiril Streets.
The Huunui Dairy for Sale.
LEASE 1,000 AORE3. 7 YEARS TO
RUN, Hcntal $1,000 per year. COO
head of choice cattle, 14 head of Horses,
1 Wagon, 2 Cottages, Dairy Imprnvc-
C2T Sell Good Will and everything
thioughout for 12,000. Address or ap
ply to .I.E. UTSEMAN.
800 lw General Busincts Agent,
; Cflttaae to Lot and FumitUI'G
' roi oSHJ
AT NO. 154 FOBT STREET, above
Beiolaula street, u neatly tarnish
ed -1 loomed Cottage. Furulluie for
Bale at 150. Rental of Cottage, !??0
per mouth, suitable for small family.
Apply to .I.E. WISEMAN.
8C0 lw Jlouse Bioher.
, 170R OENTLE.MEN ONLY. Apply
: JL? toMKS. TURNER. 83 King Strept,
1 ucany npposuo 1110 wiuu
000 ly b
I nearly opnosito tho WlmlBor ltestnurant
11 UH UU.WJUI.uwm umui
Ready fOP ActiVC WuTk Again.
riMIK Business Community and my
X Patrons generally throughout (ho
Islands will ideate lake notice thai I
have returned from my trip lo tho Couat
nnil with liimrovcd tacllltlcs for con.
iliinllnir mv Goncral Olllce Business. I
most icspcctfully solicit In the future
th0 pationauc bcretofoiu exlended lo
mo during niv bnsliic-'S engagement in
the Kingdom for Ihe past live years.
In addition to mv various oepiui
,ncts i lmve been appointed folo Agent t
f ... . v . - t
for the St. .lo& Hannibal and the Ilur-
.. . ... . . -.. .. ., i ...... .
l'Bt'' "" lc- S "'
sollc Itliiir Accnt for Ibe tan l-rnnei-co ,
Illuminating Card Adve.lUeincnt Com- j
pany. Orders for Uopdv Wares and I
iUCrcuauuisc oi every kihii mm iimuiu i
sent to the t.'oas't, and satisfaction
1 guaranteed and on tho most reasonable
In mv Ileal Estate Department, I have
alwavson band choice property to sell
and llotisc, Booms and Offices to lease
and let. I collect rents, pay and dis
charge taxes, Insuranco nud aider neces
sary repairs when required. Lnndloids
and Owners will iindtnai iiwiiinero
their advantage to place their Ileal Es
tate Interests In my hand.", as I will
carefully attend to this branch of my
i business lojheir entire (atl'fnetlon.
I Custom llouto Entries executed at
j thort notice.
Boobs and Accounts kept and adjust-
i cd, and Quarterly Bills distributed and
I collected accurately and promptly.
Soliciting Agent for the Mutual Elfe
I Insurance Co. of Xew York, also Fire
"STV.V. ,.!..,.... i .1.. .....tL
i)tl,lll(,s3 principle?. Give me a rail.
.J. 32. WISEMAX,
Tho only iccognled General Busiucs
Agenl'lu the Kingdom.
Olllccs, 28 Merchant Street. Campbell's
Fire Proof Block, Honolulu.
1. (). Box 315 Telephone 172.
BEGS lo inform the public that he has
per Maripo.-a, an elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladies', and Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
W. H. PAGE,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY'
NOS. 128 and 130 FOBT STJtKET
(opposite Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. I.
The Manufactory contains a complete
Carriage Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
Shop, and Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, &C.
Made lo Order on most favorable terms
and all work guaranteed.
Tint CIoHi-Ht Attention kIvcii to re
juilr work of all klmlH.
Having been in business on the Island
for a number of yeais employing none
but the most Skillful of Mechanics, and
using only At Material, I can strictly
guarantee nil won; leaving my Manu
factory. Give me a call before purchasing
Don't forget the place.
128 and ISO FOBT STREET.
OITOSITU DODO'S STA1IT.K8.
W. H. Page,
For Freight or Charter.
Apply at thu
814 lm I'Acii'io Navioatio.n Co.
JI'ST RECEIVED PER
FOR SALE BY
J. I. DOWSETT,
81& lm QUEEN STREET.
Boots J- Shoes
rpHE Umler-lgned l'mpiiciti of lliu
mm STEAK CAM FACTORY
desires lollifoiin hi- patmnsliml the pli'b
lie generally Hint notwithstanding tin:
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has cu-tled
A .,CVA. pApTnnY -,! HAKERY '
A NEW F-AOTUHY ana BrtrvfcttY,
On a much more JO.Menshe Scale whit b
Is now In Fui.i. OriniATtox, and which
will be la complete working order by mi-
lic ' oon
"rl Arm in
ioois; aim is
il or new .Hiiciimery aim
s now again pirpaied lo
nunincer miDr PAMtiltrc
OnUIULol I Unt bAIMUICo
.mil lllll Mlunva lull'., mi ImtlH liM lliHI.
.ouh F iwliMu '
VANILLA CIIOCOLATU ORBAV.ti,
RICH NUQAT IN DAK3,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety OKr
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. All Hinse Home
Made Fresh and I'm c Confections, I cll
RICH WEDDING CAKE .
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sles always
oil hand and ornamented in the
most artlstio style.
MINCE XIEIS !
always fresh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at E0 rents per pound.
A V ill receive per Consuelo ibe balmier
01 my new machinery 01 the newen do.
signs for manufacturing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking Ibe public
for prcUous liberal patronage and so
llclting a continuance of same.
Piuclieal Confectioner and I'nstry Cook.
Tin: 01.11 stand. 71 Hotel sired
I'. O. Box No. 73;. . . ..Telephone No. 7-1
WEMER & CO.
0!i POUT KTItKKT,
Have on hand New Foreign and Home
Watches, Bracelets, Necklots,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Ornaments of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable for Presentation.
Kngravlii:; mill Xativr .Jewelry
Repairing in all Its branches,
EjTSoIo Agents for King's Eye Preservers.
j THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
ic !. writioia'r.
H. Cavcnaglt, o Proprietor.
MKA1.N Oj&zbzfe MKA1.N
Cook'dtoord'r'-'At all hour-
Oystor3, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
lleceiveil hy every steamer.
The Bost Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
The finest Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on liaiiil.
AT TI1U I'AltK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
E2TThe only sca-sldo resort in the
(Successor lo C. P. Ward.)
All orders for caitago promptly at.
tended to, at the lowest rates. Also for
. KnUaaUo ftull,
White and Itlni-k Haml
In quautllies to suit, at lowest prices.
COS ly .
CAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, lit any
vX (piantlty, 1'iom 1 to 100 ba,
FOR SALE BY
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakua St.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds madoln
order nnil repairing Harness, etc., dono
in short notice. All ordcis piomptly at
tended to. CUD iy
PAPER-RULER and BLANJC-DOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Qayetto BulldliiB Merchant street
Beaver L siioi
iS&L-ii:. ( , ',.i'..:4' ...a