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THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1881.
SUM, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-tlny, Nov. 20.
Sun Scl- u 17.
SiitiltUii 18 i:.
Moon .Sets 7 111.
High Tide (dirndl) 4 UU.
High Tklo (largo) 17 00.
WISH ANU WEATHUIt
ltecuril Irani noon of yesterday:
At'sTuiiTm'al. Tlicniiomctui- lliiln.
I J li I li I iKh i !li I nh I Mil lltoleli
I ay.to :so.ai 3o.w ;so us o m s o.oo
Wind, X.i: Unlit; .Sky, lino; Ben, smooth
Dlnmniid Ilcml, Nov. 20, 3 n.M
Light N. K. wind.
" OCEANIC S.S. CO.
roil sn riiANuisco.
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Nov. 15
Alameda.... Leaven. Honolulu. Dec. In
I'OIl AUCKLAND AND BYIINUV:
Slinr Australia Nov 21)
I'OIl FAN l'llANCIFCO,
Slmr Zcnliinilln Nov 20
Sclir Hob Hoy from Koolmi
. . i w. 1 1 1 1 ii
Sclir KiuilUcaoull for Koholalclu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
St ni r .Tas Makcc for Onliu mid Kauai
Kclir ltob Hoy for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam bk Geo S Homer, Perry
IJrlg Tawara. La Guen
Ugtuo Hazard, Tlerney
Hark Abblo Carver, Pcndlotou
Hark Caiulaur, Offorscn
'Peru Eva, Wlknian
ilktiic Amelia, Newhall
llgtno W O Irwin, Turner
Hark irulla, Toinecolin
For Molokal, per stmr Mokolll, Nov
10 Mrs Marchcad, Miss Foster, John
Lucas mill 15 deck.
For Kauai, per stuir l'lantor, Nov 10
Capt Allium, Geo Muiidon, L Tlt
comb, C H Hofgard, O Miller, C M
Cooko, Miss M Lovcll, Mrs G Tltcomb.
N Anra, Huv J Alapai and -10 deck.
Sclir Hob Hoy brought 475 bags rice
Stmr W Q Hall will sail on Monday
next at 4 p in.
The sclir Halnbow sailed this after
noon for Hecia witli 25 tons of coal.
Tho tern Eva has llnlshed discharging.
She will take in 00 bales of wool to-day
ami then haul out into the stream to
wait for freight.
The bk Abblo Carver will finish dis
charging to-day. She will sail for
Hongkong on the 2Gth or the 27th lust,
uiiiAT& ceneraT mews.
Two dressmakers wnnt situations.
How iiliout tlint street railway we
Tin: steamer W. G. Hall leaves
for Hawaii Monday afternoon at
1 o'clock. "
A ixri:n, a native man, was taken
to the leper receiving station yester
day, from Mnnon. Valley.
Tin: Hawaiian flag was flying from
the Hawaiian Hotel building last
Sunday. Good boy, George.
Woxnun where Elmore the gas
man is, and how soon he expects to
light up our streets and houses with
Missus. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular cash sale to-morrow
morning at the sales-rooms at 10
Monn alterations arc going on at
the Temple of Fashion, so as to give
needed room for a large stock of holi
Two lepers arrived at the leper
receiving station this morning, one
a woman from Kauai, the other a
native man from Wainlua.
Tni: Executive Committee, of tho
Teachers Association will meet at the
parlors of the Y. M. C. A. on Friday
evening nt 7.00 o'clock sharp.
Tjikiii: will bo a special meeting of
Hawaiian LodgoNo. 21, F. & A. M.,
ut their Hall this evening; third de
gree. Visiting brethren cordially in
vited. Tin: Survey Department lias ascer
tained that the distance from the
Honolulu bell buoy to the Lahaiim
anchorage is exactly soventy-threo
In answer to a correspondent, tho
London Field says that, "living at
the best hotel in Honolulu costs
about 10 shillings a day; it is n dear
place to live in, all luxuries being
excessively cxpensivo; fruit and
vegetable! arc dear; meat is cheap."
The licw GovcrMriciit building Is
plentifully adorned with inscriptions.
Over the entrance to the Survey De
partment appears the motto, "IIoo
uluLnliui" (increase the population).
Tub following gentlemen were re
elected ofllccrs of tho Wilder Steam
ship Co. (Limited) this morning:
S. O. Wilder, President; W. G.
Irwin, Vice-President ; S. II. Hose,
Secretary; W. C. Wilder, Treas
urer; J. II. Paty, Auditor.
Now that the excitement of tho
regatta is all over, wc shnll expect
to hear that Brigadier Major Ilaylcy
has taken In hand the erratic,
can't-kecp-straight lot of individuals
called the Hawaiian Army, and that
ho will repair them so as to make
them look respectable when on duty.
Jok Wiseman, our well-known
general business agent, i3 out with a
new advertisement in our columns
to-day. Just take the paper and
read it through very carefully, and
you will find that he is prepared to
attend to anything in a business
way, not ouly thoroughly and
promptly but on reasonable terms.
Yesthuday their Majesties the
King and Queen very thoughtfully
and kindly sent u splendid donation
of delicious edibles to the Band and
other inmates of the Reformatory
School. The boys manifested their
appreciation and gratitude by hearty
and spontaneous cheers for the royal
Business was very dull at Oat's
store this morning. Having sold
nearly all those 1885 diaries, he
didn't have anything for himself
and assistants to do. So they took
it in turns to 1111 up the telephonic
board outside, having plenty of
whitewash on hand. It wasn't a
success, as nothing arrived.
Bv the steamer W. G. Hall news
was received that Mr. Chas. Spencer
was riding in his two wheeled brake
through Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii,
when his horse gotJrightcncd at a
pig on the road siFfSuiri turned the
brake over, preciplumig Mr. Spen
cer down a rather steep embank
ment. His arm was badly hurt but
no bones were broken.
Cmmixai. business in the Police
Court this morning was rather light.
Sunaawe, for disturbing quiet of the
night, was fined $5 and costs. Ka
nohola, for carrying a pistol, was
fined Slo and in default of payment
sentenced to thirty days' imprison
ment. He stated the reason he car
ried it was because he was afraid of
Tun other day, a young son of
one of our well-known citizens
thought he would play fire engine
with a kerosene tin. He commenced,
but the tin kicked against such cx
tiaordinary proceedings, and the
boy is confined to his bed, and
likely to be there for a few days to
conic. Ho warns all little boys not
to follow his example.
II. Pai:ki:, stroke oar of the crew
in tho boat Poomaikelani, which
rowed in tho No. 8 six-oarcd race,
and was beaten by the length of n
street, dreamt his boat was fouled
during the progress of the race, and
that was tho reason it did not win.
Ho laid his protest before tho Judges
and they winked at each other, dis
charged tho protest, and told him
not to dream any more.
Why couldn't wc have an after
noon devoted to athletic sports?
The Makiki ball grounds would be
a spleudid place to hold them, as a
nice course could be laid out there.
One hundred yards, quarter mile,
half mile, and mile races, with high
jump, putting tho weight and tug-of-war
would make up n good pro
gramme. A couple of races for
school-boys could be included. New
Year's afternoon would bo u good
time for holding them.
Miis. Mary Clement Lcavitt i3 to
begin n series of temperance meet
ings at the Y. M. C. A. Hall on
Saturday evening. She has tho repu
tation of being an eloquent speaker,
as well an an nblc organizer of teroper
anco work. Mrs. Leavitt is expected
to arriva on the Alameda. She comes
on the invitation of various temper
ance organizations to interest tho
community in tho suppression of
this crying evil of Intemperance.
Jl'sticu Dlckeitotl presided nt
the Civil Court this morning. V)
to noon he had disposed of the
following cases : Knla vs. D. Han
Icy, assumpsit for 75 cents, value of
half a tin of oil. Judgment for
plaintiff, costs SI. DO. II. Gump vs.
F. Horn, this was an action brought
for wages due to the amount of
8170. Judgment for plaintiff for
107.C0 nnd costs. W. O. Smith for
plaintiff and J. M. Monsarrat for
defendant. An appeal to Interme
diary Court was noted.
Smith. Hello, Brown, what makes
you look so pleased?
Biiown. Pleased, did you say,
that's no name forit. I'mbewildcrcd.
Smith. Why, how is that?
Dhows. Well, I have been to the
Hawaiian Bazar on Fort street, and
I never saw such a magnificent
lection of holiday goods in my
The sight of them dazzled me.
ought to go.
Smith. Why, 1113 dear boy, I'm
just going up to fetch my wife and
children, and wc arc all going to
select before they are all gone.
I.v the Police Court yesterday,
Lee Quai, for using threatening
language, was ordered to give u bond
of 500 to keep the peace for 0110
year. Four drunks deposited SG
each. Julius Kcsslcr, a very ex
cited Dutchman, and one of tho
rebellious contract men at the Wai
anac plantation, was charged with
assault and battery on Frank May.
After a severe lecture from His
Honor, he was fined $10 and costs.
Thos. Kurley, for assault and bat
tery on a Chinaman, was sent to jail
for ten days.
Tub boat Stranger, in which the
Myrtle boys won their race on Mon
day, is a magnificent piece of work
manship, and reflects the highest
credit on the young builder, Alfred
Rogers, of San Francisco. She is
built of Eastern pine and Spanish
cedar, the seats, being finished in
cedar nnd cherry. The rowlocks
are the M. F. Davis patent, and the
boat is fitted with sliding scats oven
to the coxswain's. She is -10 ft.
long, with a 3 ft. 10 in. beam.
Spoon oars were used, made by II.
F. Ilusscy. To accommodate her
an addition hud to be made to the
boat-house. The club's? boat-house
is very comfortable and fitted up
with every convenience.
On. paintings by local artists, on
sale, at King Bros. 'Art Store. 87:1 .')t
Tin: undersigned have opened an
employment olllce on Meek street
next to the Chinese newspaper
office, where persons wanting Cooks,
Waiters, Gardeners or Laborers will
find it to their advantage to give
them a call. Chinese interpreting
also attended to on reasonable terms.
87!! 2w IIO FON iSnLEE PAT.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Miss Igo, niece of a wealthy resi
dent of Baltimore, Md., has become
iusanc from disappointment in not
being allowed to enter a convent,
upon which she had set her heart.
A committee of citizens has been
formed in Petersburg, Virginia, to
supply the necessaries of life to 225
families, in distress from the bhnt
ting down of cotton mills.
Documents discovered at the
scizuro of a Nihilist printing press in
Russia showed that arrangements
were being perfected to take the
Czar's life. A number of bombs
were also found, and arrests have
taken place at several points.
At Xka request of the Dominion
Government, 11 British war vessel
has proceeded to the northern coast
of British Columbia, where there is
some irritation among the Indians,
owing to the arrest of one of their
number for murder, and the attempt
of Bishop Rcdloy to remove Rev.
Mr. Duncan, a missionary in whom
tho natives have implicit confidence.
No serious troublo is considered
likely to occur.
Tho Italian Government is send
ing two cruisers to tho Congo,
Africa, to look out for Italian in
terests. GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No, 8 Mauhakua St.
Trees and Saddles of all kimlH mmlo to
order and repairing Harness, etc., dona
in snort notice, ah orucr.s promnuy w.
JfrilMA ,.. m-Mmmt'Jt
'tVlojilioint So, &X
l PLANING ILL. '
O.J. SIAHDU. Prop.
Alakea, near Queen St.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH
Alwnys on llnml.
Onwciu Promptly Attkndio To.
Hard nnd Soft Wtovo Wood,
870 Cut and Split. 3m
Portugese Hie !
A Consignment of
' Table Wi
Just to hand ex Bordeaux,
Sn Wood and Bottle
Just tho thing for this Climate.
Fon Sale uy
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Families and others In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con
C1IA-SEA VKNDAihh arinazcin
llaueo, mini oonslguaeao do magiilllijo
Vlnlio do mea cheirado do Portugal no
vapor "Jlordeaux." Vnl chegaudo o
NataL Approvement n ocuasluo.
Sia iiw MACFAULAXK & CO.
rpiIK unilcndgucd, who hits made nr
JL liinguiiiL'nts for opening a Portu.
f.Mieo Helton), will 11U0 jjlve li'fsmis In
that language to foreluuis umlerMnml
iuy fiench. Kor particulars apply to
M. A. UOMMIIVes iX DO., 07 HOlfl M
.1. A. 51. OSOMO.
J. i. OAT, J!. & GO'S.
Has just iceclvcd per Murlpoi,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atnioro'd 5llnce 51cat, Cranberries,
liiltiiUcr'd htar mm, uncoil.
Lard, Cnl. Cheese, Kits 5lacl;crel,
Kits Salmon IJulliest,
Kegs Family Ileef, Kegs Pork,
Now Orleans 5Iolasc3,
Siloon lircntl, Cracker, Potatoes.
Family Flour, Wheat, Corn,
Oats, Ur.in, Onions, Ac,
TELEPHONE 110. 2w
J. E. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Records bcarched, mid plans showing
titles carefully prcp.ired.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs,
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
For Frcieht or Charter.
jg&fat THE UGTNE
Apply at tho
844 lm Facivio Navkution Co.
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
will takk. 1'i.aui:
On or about
11 TEMPLE OF FASHION,
01 nnd 03 Fort Strf ct, opponlto the Xuw Hink Building.
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & GO'S
Now on 3Exli.il it, ion.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc.
w. . - i -- -- -r lik iKKtJBrr r l i"r r- r -
Feiiuu AVirc and Staples, KcroHcno Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing- Goods, Plated Wave, &c, &c.
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits,
Table Eating Apples, Bologna Sausages, Sea Bass, Lymma nnd Cala.
Dried Figs, Swiss Cheese, Anchovies in oil, Cala Holled Pickled Butter,
And a full lino of IYcmIi Staple jrocpi,icN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. I. O. liox J'J7. (7(W
n. i. hii:utii.
W. C. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
23 Xuuniui Street.
HONOLULU, 11. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OFFEH FOli sam:
At the Lowest Market ilnten
a larso nnd well selected stock of
the Choicest and most Favorite
&c, &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
nnd orders tilled ptomptlv.
r. o. ijox aco.
ntViAiA L. iJmJttitJM
S. 003EOV -Sc CO.
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
KII.NNKDY ft CO.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
ex S S 5lnrlppsa,
Particular attention paid to Tourists'
Baggage, Parcols, Eto, Dolivorod in
any part of tho City promptly
and with oaro.
Orders left sit Hiuiiinor's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
No. of Wagons 58 & CD.
DIHKCT FROM MADEIRA,
For n. H. UOKDEAUX
A splendid collection of 18 carat gold &
silver Jewelry of the Intest designs,
IVocltlueeN vitli Ideolect,
Chains, Studs, Urncolcts, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thimbles,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Call nnd exuniino this Superior Stock.
CONZALVES & CO.
811 NO. 57 HOTEL ST. lm
Hull Programme !
NEW DESIGNS, Just received from
Sau Friuiclsco, nt Tiik Dailv Hul.
'ii ')iWauMifeiikni& ..8. ..M;V