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FIM DAY, NOV. 21, 1881.
SU1!, MOON AND SEA.
All llmo from noon (if tp-day, Nov. 21.
Sun Sets 5 1".
Sun IJIsci IS IS.
Moou SeU " 13.
High Tide (small) -1 HO.
High Tide (large) 17 OU,
' WISH AND V EATIIKU
Itueoid from noon of ycsltrilny:
At'KciUj'voI. '.'Iicniiouiotor Itiiln.
I Hi I Uli I '-'.Mi l all I !h I 18U llto 13h
ffiwi I so.cn j simm "83 (W e oi o o.no
Wind, N.l! llslit; Sky, lino; Sen, smooth
i.liwmi .iihiii...ii.i. immttmtmmmmmtmmpmmmm
l)liiui()ud Head, Nov. 21, i p.Jt
Light N. E. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I'Oll HA.N 1'IIANClfcCO.
Mnrlpoi.'i Leaves Honolulu, Nov. 15
Alumcda.... Leaves Honolulu. Dec. 1st
I-Oll AUCKLAND A'iU 8YDNKY:
Stmr Australia Nov SO
FOIt RAN TIIANCISCO.
SlmrZealaiidla Nov 23
Sclir Wulehu from Illlo
Sehr AVnloll from liana
Sclir Llliollho for Honokaa
Stun tins Makcc for Oalui and Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sehr lcob Itoy for Koolau
Bk Cautaur for Hongkong
Sclir Lealil for IColiolalelo
itw wpwi ii III
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam bk Geo S Homer, Perrj
Brig Tiiwara, La Guen
JJgtuo Hazard, Ticrney
ilaik Abbio Carver, Pcndlston
Hark Candaur, Offerscn
Tern Eva, Wlkinan
Bktne Amelia, Ncwhall
Bgtnc W G Irwin, Turner
Itark Halia, Tornecolm
for Oalnt and Kauai, per Jus Makec.
Nov 21 Br G W Pat kcr. wife anil 2
children, and servant, Br J llrodlc, Gov
Domiuis, A Fcrnaiijitla. and about -13
Tho bk Hope is -17 days out to-day.
Sclir Waiinalu will l it n to Illlo and
The Geo S Homer is wailing for tliu
mall by the Alameda.
The tern Eva will probably lie in tho
stream for two weeks before loading.
The stmrlwnlaul will probably sail on
Wednesday next on the llamakita route.
Sehr lcob Hoy is having a new rig
ging put up. She salU for Koolau on
The bk Cnntaur sails to-morrow after
noon for Hongkong with about DO Chi
Sehr Wnielm will bo laid up ami over
hauled. She will take tho Waimalu's
route commanded by Capt Klbllug.
LOCAL & GENERAL MEWS.
"Faiis Play" on Hie regatta Mil
plus will appear to-morrow.
. Polynesian encampment will meet
this evening for the noniination of
Mn. J. E. Wiseman collects and
receipts for all bills due Dr. G.
Tim Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a conceit at Emma Square Mon
Ciiinesu carpenters are pushing
forward the work on the now skating
rink on Queen street.
A special meeting of Myrtle Boat
Club will bo held this evening at the
club house at 7.J10 o'clock.
. . o-t
Mns. J. 1). Strong 1ms commenced
her duties as teacher of drawing in
the Fort Street School.
Them: will be a grand torchlight
procession to-morrow evening in
honor of the election of and
How about that cricket match
suggested to tako place on Friday,
November 28th, Hawaiian Independ
Tin: German bark Cantaur leaves
to-morrow. A mail will bo dis
patched from tho Post-Oillce closing
at 11 o'clock.
Tin; Executive) Committee of the
Teachers' Association meets at tho
Y. M. C. A. Hall this evening at
half-past seven o'clock.
Tun new boat house for tho Eclipse
boat club is almost completed, the
shingles being nearly all on. It is
in close proximity to tlto Myitlc
Tiiintt: will bo a meeting of tho
Hoard of Managers of tho lloyal
Hawaiian Agricultural Society this
evening at tho British Club at half
past eovcu o'clock.
Ilia. Kfc. QoV. Domlnls left by llic
James Mnkcc this morning for his
country scat at Wnialun.
Am. owners of Blaine hats arc
lcquestcd to wear tlieiu to-morrow
morning. By order.
Thl first shipment of gold will
arrive to-morrow by the S. S. Ala
meda. S.100,000 is expected by
Bishop & Co., and by the S. S.
Mariposa, 8100,000 more will be
Ki:i:p in mind that you can answer
your letters received by tho Alameda,
and send them by the Zealandia
which will leave for the Coast some
time on Sunday, probably in the
Or course the news of the result
of the Presidential election by the
Alameda to-morrow will cause gicat
excitement, but not so much as those
good things by tho same steamer for
Lewis & Co.
Dn. G. V.Parkcr left with his
family this morniug by the James
Makee for AVaialua, to occupy the
position of government physician at
that place, to which ho was recently
Tin: S. S. Alameda is due to-morrow
morning with dates to tho 10th
inst. Bringing the result of the
election, it is possible that Capt.
Morse will put on a little extra steam
and bring her in early.
FoitMum.Y the bulk of Denmark's
sugar supply came from abroad;
but for some time past it has been
provided at home. The Danish pro
duction of beet-root sugar for the
past year amounted to close on
OuTamn of Oat & Co.'s store this
morning was an imaginary result of
tho Presidential election. Blaine
gets 239 of the electoral votes, and
Cleveland, 102. Majority for Blaine,
77. The total vote is placed at
Lovn's new bakery on Nuuanti
street is ncaring completion. Mr.
Thomas, tho contractor, is busy
putting up an inscription at the top
of tho building, which, when com
pleted, will read, " Love's Bakery,
-i I. . -
As enthusiastic rifle shooter
stopped us this morning, and asked
if we could assist in cncoui aging
rillc-shooting. We are for anything
that will tend to rcllcvu the mono
tony of living on these fur-way
Tin: people of Ilonokaii are to
enjoy a cabinet organ concert at the
Lyceum, December 1th. Among
the vocalists we notice Mrs. Over
end, Mrs. Mills and Miss Champ,
with Mr. Goodell presiding at the
organ. The programme is quite
i . i i
Tin: Regatta Committee met last
evening. After paying prizes and
expenses there will be a surplus of
about S200. It was voted to equally
divide it between the four clubs.
The prizes will bo paid over to the
winners, at 1 o'clock to-morrow, at
tho olllco of Mr. W. D. Monsarrat,
surveyor, Merchant street. .
Hack Inspector Wond informs us
that all express drivers will be re
quired to have their number painted
in black on each lamp, or they can
uso metal with a perforated number.
No other color but black can bo
used. Tho figures must not bo less
than l inches in size. It is intended
to strictly enforco this law.
To u constant visitor at tho Police
Court, one thing in particular is
noticed, viz. : tho impartiality and
clear summing up of His Honor jus
tice Btckcrton overcomes all difficul
ties, and it is really interesting and
profitable to hear somo of his judg
ments. Advice and warning are also
given where needed, nnd seldom
Tin, daily nowspapers of the
world now number 4,020, and tho
circulation of each issuo is nearly
22,000,000. The number of other
newspapers is 21,710, with a circu
lation for every issue of over f7,
000,000. Iu the United States thcro
is a paper to ovcry 7,000 of the
population ; in Great Britain, one to
20,000 ; in Spain, one to 75,000 ; In
Russia, one to 300,000.
At.t. aboard for WtUctuouse's Ko.
10 store, and view the splendid new
stock of Christmas goods Just receiv
ed, and which are now on exhibition.
This old established firm knows to a
T what to provide for the people of
Honolulu, which thl year's display
Last evening about 8 o'clock,
Mr. W. G. Wood, of Lycan & Co.,
who resides on Berctonia street,
locked up his room door and went
out to make a call. Returning about
half-past nino o'clock, he found a
sneak thief had entered the room by
a window left partially open, and
carried off a very costly guitar. He
has not the slightest clue as to the
Ir there arc any lamp posts to
spare, we would suggest that one
be placed half way up the lane in
Nuuanu Valley leading to lolani
College. There is a good deal of
trafllc up that road, and a large num
ber of natives live back of tho
school, who, not being of a vciy quiet
disposition, frequently cause con
siderable disturbance in that dark
lane, which is very annoying to
the neighbors. A lamp with a bright
light might have a good effect.
Justici: Bickcrton's matinee thi3
morning lasted over thrco hours, tho
greater part of the time being occu
pied with tho case of Pedro Ntinco,
for using threatening language to
wards Antonio Oliriora. The de
fendant was ordered to give a bond
of SI 00 to keep the peace for one
year. Joe Mcgucl, who robbed
Cunha's saloon, was committed for
trial to the January term of the
Supreme Court. Bail was fixed at
$1,500. A nolle prosequi was en
tered against tho boy Jno. Gurney,
who was with him at the time, but
ho was ordered to file a bond of
$500 to appear as a witness against
A iiani30'ik-i.ouiin(i tcuhlne by
the name of Maria was brought up
this morning charged with drunken
ness. When she stood before His
Honor, she hid her faco behind a
piece of red rag, and, after the charge
was delivered to her, peeped over it
and pleaded guilty. Maria had to
hand out SG worth of Kalakaua
silver. Kconi was charged with
battering his wife. He keeps all his
wife's aunts, cousins, grandmothers
and other relations, and they wanted
him to further keep an old hen and
chicks, to which he would not con
sent. So they got to high words
and Kconi let drive at her and dam
aged her wrist. The Court fined
him S2 and costs for his pugilistic
efforts at family government.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon, at! :30.
The following is tho programme :
March The G uards Low
Overture Italian in Algiers. . . .Rossini
Galop Street Cars Arndt
Selection Pinafore Sullivan
Wall Queen's Laco Handkerchief. .
March Elcilo Ilcrgcr
On, paintings by local artists, on
sale, at King Bros.' Art Store. 8733t
Tin: undersigned have opened an
employment olllce on Meek street
next to the Chinese newspaper
ofllce, where persons wanting Cooks,
Waiters; Gardeners or Laborers will
find it to their advanlago to give
them a call. Chinese interpreting
also attended to on reasonable terms,
873 2w HO FON & LKE PAT.
Knowledge of itself is not sulll
cicnt to develop good character or to
ensure good conduct. It must be
supplemented by other and subtler
influences that act, not upon the in
tellect, but upon tho heart. If wo
would truly help men and women to
a better life in any respect, wo must
not only explain to them tho nature
of right and wrong, not only show
them tho consequences of each, not
only cnligtcn them as to tho methods
of cultivating one and discounten
ancing tho other; we must also in
some way so act upon tho feelings as
to put tiicm into sympathy with the
right, and bring the desires into con
sonance with duty.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakiu St.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds imulo to
order and repairing Harness, etc, dona
In short notice. All orders promptly nt.
tended to. C93 ly
Li o.....jix.ir'.- .t..y.i-ti-rf-i-Mfiiil.''7yY iji ""iT j'
V. J. UXlUtm:, Prop.
Alafcca, near Queen St.
Contracting mid Milk
MOULDINGS AND FINISH
Alwnj.ti on Ilnnd.
OllDKltS PltOMI'TI.V Attickoxo To,
Hunt mid Soft Stove Wood,
870 Cut and Split. 3m
Portuguese lie !
A Consignment of
Just to hand ex Bordeaux,
3n Wood and Bottle
Just the thing for this Climate.
Fon Salu nv
G. W. Macftuiane & Co.
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same iu quantities to
suit by leaving orders aud con.
IT". 11. OVrX
At Pacific Navigation Co.M UiilMIng,
S01 Quucn sited. it
ACHA-SKA VKXDAnos annaens
de Maefarlane & Co. juueto ao
Jlauco, lima cousigmicao de maguiuVo
Vlnhi) do ine.a uliegaiin do Portugal ilo
vapor "Jlordcaux." Val uhegundo o
Natal. Appioveitem a occaiao.
SG2 2w MACFA11LANK & CO.
fj"MlK iindcisif-ni'd, who has made ar
J. MUiKC'iiieiiH for opening a Porta.
giii"0 fulinol, will also give lvsons in
lliut liuiguagii to foreigners umli'-Miiml-in1"
Pimit'li. For particiulnr-t apply to
M. A. Gmisalvc it Co., r7 Hotel st.
8V) If J. A. M. OSOIUO.
J. I. OAT, JR. & GO'S.
Has Just received per Mariposa,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmorc's Mince Meat, Cranberries,
Whlttakcr's Star Ham, Huron,
Laid, Cal. Cheese, Kits Mackerel,
Kits Salmon Hollies,
Kegs Family Heef, Kegs Pork,
Now Orleans Molassc.,
Saloon Urcad, Cr.ickcw, Potatoes.
Family Flo'ir, Wheat, Corn,
"Oat", llran, Onions, Aio., Ac.
J. E. BE.OWH,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu nnd vicinity.
Itccords searched, and plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs,
Campbell's Hlock, Fort St.
For Froieht or Charter.
Apply at the
811 lm Pacific Navkiation Co.
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i" YrT'tW l" "jlfiW -ifto'r
TOTS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
" TEMPLE OF
01 and 03 Fort Strict, opposite
New Holiday 'Goods
LYCAH & GO'S
Now on DExliilit:ioii.
MLLITOIIAM & Co,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets.. Etc., Dc.
Fence "Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House FurniHhinjj Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
Just Received ex S S Mnrlposo,
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits,
Table Eating Apples, Bologna Sausages, Sea Bass, Lymma and Cala.
Dried Figs, Swis3 Cheese, Anchovies in oil, Cala Boiled Pickled Butter,
Ami ti Cull line oi I'icm1i Staple ioeeiieN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Uox 2U7. (70J
a. i). I'nr.KTii.
W. C. l'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
3 Xminnu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFKH FOH GALL
At the I.ovont market ItnlOH
a larse find well selected stock of
Ihu Choicest and most Favorite
lit nm! of
&-C, &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteod.
end orders filled promptly.
Telephone 10. P. O. Uox S1C0.
in Am. .
-i . -. . -
the New Hnnk IliiUillng.
8t OOHN Sc CO.
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
KK.NNKDT & CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel. St.
Particular attention paid to Tourists'
Baggage, Paroels, Eto, Dolivored in
any part of tho City promptly
and with care.
Order left nt Ilammoi's Hamc-a Shop
will receive prompt intention,
Telephone 202. .No, of Wnaons .18 it Ml.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
l";i- N. w. llOKMlDiVTJX:
A uplemlld collection of 18 carat L'old & ' 'i$l
nmv.1 juujij ui uiu iiui'M ue.signa,
IVeolcIm'OH vvltli HiocltetH,
Chains, Studs, BracelctH, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thimbles,
ISte., Etc., JCLc-.
Call and examine this Superior Stock.
GONZALVES & CO.
SU NO. fi7 HOTEL ST. lm
Hall ProgrammcM !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San Francisco, at Tiik Daily Rul.
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