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SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1884.
SUM, MDQH AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Nov. 22.
Sun Set " 17.
Sun Rises 18 IS.
Moon Seta '
III..1. 'I'l.l.. .,,,.n1l A Hfl.
High Tide (small) 4 30.
High Tide (larg) 17 00.
wimj asi wi:atiif.ji
tleconl hum uujii of ycsturdiiy:
lUrometcr Thcrmomuter lluln.
.At St!U J0UI.
4h I Dli I Sill 11 'ill I Oil I ltli tjto 18h
ihO 3).oi nu.oi II Ms I m o I r.i 3 o.ui
Wind, N.n Unlit; llty, lliiojticii, mnttoth
Diamond Head, Xov. 22, 3 p.M
Llglit X. E. wind.
OCEAHIC S. S. CO.
KOIl HAS l'llAISCItiCO.
MurlpiHa LrivcsIIauolulu, Xov. 15
Alameda.... I.eao Honolulu. Dec. 1st
pacifTc maIlsTs. co.
I'Oll AUCKLAND AKII SYIINBY:
Stmr Australia Nov 29
ron dan riiAScifco.
Sfmr .calaiidla Nov 23
Stmr Likclikc from Kahulut
Stmr Klnau from Windward Torts
S S Alameda from San Francisco
Schr Nettie Merrill from T.alialna
Sehr Manuokawal from Koolaii
Sciir Mile Morris from Lanal
Schr Ehukal fiom Walalua
ilk Cantaur for Hongkong
Schr Lcahl for Koliolalelu
VESSELS LEAVINC ON MONDAY.
Stmr W G Hall for Windward Port
Stmr Llkellko for Knliiilul
Sehr Hob Hoy for Koolau
Sclir AViiloll for Lauiahoelioe
Schr Xcttlo Merrill for Lahalna
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
Schr MUo Morrlo for Lanal
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam bk Geo S Homer, Terry
Jlrlj; Tawara, La Giien
lijrtiiu Hazard, Tlcrnuy
Hark Abblc Carver, Teudlaton
Hark Candaur, Offer?en
Torn Eva, Wlknian
Itktno Amelia, Xcwhall
Ugtni! W G Irwin, Turner
Hark Halin. Tin nocolm
S S Alameda, Moise
From Kahulul. )er Llkellko. Xov 22
S IC lvalue, W 11 Oornwoll. K C Heine,
E3I Wnlsh,'D O'Xeil, Rlshop Willis,
Mi&s C Mahoncy, Hon U It Jll-liop and
hcrvant, WS Akaua, Young Heo and
From AVliuluard Tort-, per Klnau,
Xov 22 II Moiri'-on, II 0 Austin, C J
Austin, A lanies,Mrs M. HoWer, It It
11111111, II A Ileen, Miss M. Tiiuku, U
Fehlher, F W Damon and wife, ,1V
Thompson and wife. T J Hayceldeii and
wife Mis Donnard and 2 ehlldcn and
From San FraneUco, per Alameda,
Xov 22 UN Kx It M Daggett and wife.
Mrs M C Leavott, 0oar AVhlte and
wife, Mrs W L Field and daughter. Dan
Lyons. E T Tctoraou and wife, Mls II
Lowers, Judge HA Widcmann. Mrs C
O Hcrger. Mrs E Cook Webb, MNs A
AVllson, .1 D Tregloau, Mrs L 0 Able,
Mrs 0 Furneaux, Mrs M B Austin,
Lieut TH Hcndcrson.lt X, T P Men
donca and wife, Hon 1. Aholo, A Hen
derson, .1 D Tucker and wife, II T Bald
win, F Wadeek, II Purkust, T F Haek
feld Mrs W II Bailey, E W Gilbert, II
Waid, Mrs X Xccdham, W A Whiting,
MUs M Allen, It T Itobbins, M Grccn
blatt, C A Rueklev and wife, T J Dris
eoll, W Center, G Myne, II Mclntyrc
and 110 steerage.
Schr Mile Morris brought 150 sheep
from Lanal. ., , ,
Schr AVaioll brought 1200 bags paddy
Tho bk Amelia will probably ball on
Tuesday for Tort Tow usend.
Stmr Likellko brought 01 bags pota
toes, 1-17 bags corn and 1" sheep.
In this city, Nov. 21, the wife of I.uko
McSliane, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Dan Lyons came this time.
Ai.Aitor. number of kamaainas
returned by the Alameda.
His Ex. Minister It. M. Daggett
and wife return by the Alameda.
Wr. extend our thanks to Purser
Sutton for a flic of late papers. .
Tur. P. M. S. S. Zcalandia is due
to-morrow inorning from the Colo
nics. Hand concert at Emma Square
this afternoon. Go and hear Pina
fore. Tun Hon. Chas. Itliishop arrived
from Molokai this morning by tho
ltr. Row Bishop AVillis returned
from Windward this morning by the
Chinese residents liavo presented
Fire-Marshal McGuirc, who was
lately burned out, with $-11.75.
One leper, n young nativo woman,
was taken to tho leper receiving sta
tion this morning. She belongs to
Xo sknUnsr rink to-nlalit ' Tnr. Executive Committee of tho I mrmm '-
Cleveland nnd Ilcndricko elected.
Wukkb nre nil those lllaino lints?
IIok. L. Aliolo returned by the
I told you so boys. George Fas-'
1 1 i m in .
The brig Consuclo left Snu Fran
cisco November 12Ui.
Brows says now, " We won't
paint the town red."
Tin: S. S. Alameda arrived at noon
C days 211 hours from San Francisco.
Havb you sccu William Wilder?
lie lias gone in the rooster business.
Dlaine will not bcliovc that Cleve
land won New York by a legal ma
jority. .Tajiks T. AVhite has gone for a
vacation in the country. lie is
- . . . i. -
Exolaxh has been shaken by an
earthquake, which threw down
houses in Lancashire.
The news b' tho Alameda is that
victory lias perched upon tho Demo
Tiik Cholera is sweeping Paris,
but the people arc preserving re
A salute of 100 guns was fired in
front of Tammany Hall, New York,
by order of John Kelly.
To-Monnow is the twenty-fourth
Sunday after Trinity, the last Sun
day in the Christian Year.
The bktnc. Eureka left San Fran
cisco November l!)th for Honolulu,
with a cargo valued at $12,052.
Tin: United Stales will ndmit
Spanish sugar up to No. 10, free
of duty under a new treat.
Oysters, flounders, red cabbage,
cauliflowers, quails, rabbits, grapes,
etc. Just arrived. Call at Lewis
& Co's., Hotel street.
A mile race is shortly to take place
between n young man of the name of
Gannon and Jacob Sims who won
the 200 yards tho other day.
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Tin: Honolulu Ice AVorks Co.
has got enough ice on hand to freeze
the whole of these Islands. Remem
ber they sell it at the lowest possible
The brigantino J. D. Spreckles
sailed from Kahulul on Wednesday
with a cargo of sugar valued at
S 221 0,01. She took two passengers,
R. AV. Grannis and A. T. McMillan.
The board of Managers of the
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society
met last evening. It was decided to
hold a Horticultural show in April,
1885, right in the city where all
would be ablo to attend. Tho stock
show will take place later.
In the Police Court this morning
the following cases were remanded ;
Frank Mullcr, for practising medi
cines without a license, Kconia, for
robbery from a Chinaman, and Ned
Dillcx, for vagrancy. Kalakahuna
was also charged with having opium
in his possession.
CoriES of the twenty-first nimual
report of tho Hawaiian Evangelical
Association, to June, 1884, arc out.
They give the officers and members,
a full account of what tho Associa
tion is doing and also the annual re
port of the North Pacific Missionary
Fuom and after tho ilrst day of
December, . tickets for both cabin
and deck passengers per steamers of
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co., can bo had at tho Company's
Olllcc, on tho wharf foot of Fort
Btrcet. Those persons who fail to
provido themselves with tickets will
be charged extra.
AmsANOKMKNTs liavo been per
fected for tho due observance of
Thanksgiving day (Thursday, Nov
ember 27th.) Union religious
services will be hold at 11 o'clock
in Fort Street Church. Rot. E. C.
Oggel will preach tho sermon, and
Pastor Cruzan and other clergymen
will take part in tho exercises.
Miss M. J. Allen, daughter of tho
lato Hon. E. II. Allen, Hawaiian
Minister at Washington, and brother
of Hon. AV. F. Allen, of this city,
arrived by the Alameda this morn
ing. Miss Allen was born hero
and has been away from tho Islands
sinco 1875, principally staying in
Maine. Sho will make an extended
visit in Honolulu.
Tnr. Executive Committee of tlio
Tenelu-rs' Association wore called to
gether for a meeting Inst evening,
but tnly one member attended, tho
Prcsidrnt, Jlr. M. M. Scott. Aftor- j
wards tlneo members of tho Associa
tion dropped in, Revs. Ales Mackiu- I
tosli and C. M. Hyde, and Miss '
Lulu Moore, and a shot t meeting was
held at which it was decided to hold
the annual teachers' convention Mon
day nnd Tuesday, January 5 and G,
Tho words crossing in tho centra form
a dish hard to bo got on u Honolulu
tabic, the horizontal word being tho
name of the meat and tho perpendicular
describing its mode of cooking.
1st Hue across A consonant.
2nd A curve.
3rd An expression of pain.
J th A kind of meat.
5th Bored or excavated.
Ctli To do In curing hay.
7th A consonant.
1st lino down A consonant.
2nd Something precious.
3rd A sweet farinaceous tuber.
4th Cooked in a certain way.
nth Protected by a shell or cover.
Ctli A familiar salutation.
7th A consonant.
A CHANCING SCENE.
Hero is a word that belongs to tierce
AVhleh is mentioned In telling of strife
Its first letter changed, and with child
The babe Is all cars at the name of a toy.
Change again, and, in pastures far and
A largo part of the country's wealth will
Now before tho name of tho toy found
Just you fix a new letter, and, there Is
You will recognize in tiio word thus
What the joyous speech of tho Infant Is
My llrst syllable Is a preposition,
My second a cliargo and a place of con
trition; My whole Is the order a general will
When bo wants his soldiers move over
hi every bouse my llrst Is been,
And If you It would find,
You certainly my next must do
To bring it to your mind.
Then If you feel in want of food
To total you must lly;
AVhcro you will quickly llnd you can
Your hungry want supply.
I am a word of nine letters.
My 2 represents myself on occasions.
My 3, 7, is never down, but down is It
on a chicken's back.
My 1, t), 4. Is a pinch.
My 4, 8, C, 1, Is a heritage of frail
My 7, C, 4, is as good as pol for tooth
My whole is the name of a place In
1st Is a something people like to
take in their holidays.
2nd Is an action habitual witli ill
3rd Is si physiological term.
Itli AVhat all must do to bo well-Informed.
ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES.
To Square AVord
T K K S S
It E A C II
E A G E It
S C E N E
S II 11 E AV
To Enigma Moats.
To Numerical Enigma Kukul Place.
To Square Sentence
Loud the bells ring
Tho bells ring clear
Bells ring for lire
Ring clear tiro bells
Answers were received from Miss
Copeland, .T. Gillespie. J. F. Carpenter,
On. paintings by local artists, on
sale, at King Bros.' Art Store. 873 :)t
For Ilcnd stones or Monuments go
to T. J. nnglc, cornet Queen & Aln
kca street Xr Read his circulars.
Tin; undersigned liavo opened an
employment olllcc on Meek street
next to tho Chinese newspaper
office, where persons wanting Cooks,
AVnitcrs, Gardeners or Laborers will
find it to their advantage to givo
them a call. Chinese, interpreting
also attended to on reasonable terms.
873 2w 110 FON & LEE PAT.
but tnly one member attended, the JL y xy co' 0 l
:H I 111 I ' m
3o0 A! ftSo. HO!
AVT BEO TO OAI.L ATTENTION L
Jiit Received, and which arc
Now Being Exhibited
No. 10 Store.
A large assortment of
Toys, &c, &c.,
And a variety of articles suitable for
presents during the coining season,
which wo offer at
871 4t J. T. AVATEKIIOUSE.
Telephone Xo. 35.
L PUMM MILL. L
O. .T. HARDEE, Prop.
Alakea, near Queen St.
Contractiug ami Building.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH
AlivnyH on IJninl.
OnDEits TnoMi'ii.v Attended To.
Hani unci SSoi't Stovo AVonil,
670 Cut and Split. 3m
Families and othciu in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the s.unc in qiuntitlcs to
.suit by lo ivlng ordi-is and ion.
Jp. JLJ. OV'X",
At T.ioifio NaUgutlon Co.'s Ilutldlng,
felll Qui-Bii stieel. it
''pilE undersigned, wlin lias made ar
JL langoments for opining a Tor u.
giiutii school, will uNo give li'bsons In
llint language to foreigners understand
ing Fiu'iclu For D'irtlciiliir apply to
M. A. (Jonsalves & Co., 57 Hotel st.
8.V.) tf J. A. M. OSOHIO.
J. I. OAT, JB. & CO'S.
Has just received per Mnrlpnsa,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmoro's Mlnco Meat, Cranberries,
AVhlltaUer's Star Ham. Ilacon,
Lard, Cal. Chee-e, Kits Mackerel,
Kits Salmon Hellics,
Kegs Family Iieef. Kegs Pork,
Now Orleans Molasses,
Saloon IJread, Crackers, Potatoes.
California Sweet Potatoes
Family Flo'ir, AVheat, Corn,
Oat.', liran, Onions, Arc, &c.
807 TELEPHONE 110. 2w
For Froieht or Charter.
jfUtx THE llfJTNE .
Apply at tho
8HI111 Tacifio Navigation Co.
Hull l'roKrniiiinuN !
NBW DESIGNS, Jiibt received from
Sun Francisco, at Tiik Daily Hni,
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
" TEMPLE OF
61 nnd 03 Fort Street, Opposite
New Holiday Goods
INToav on DE
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets.. Etc., Etc. XC'JilJ&ar
-?T-tr - -yi'iikiu
r 1 mri .. .."itftOT-jWi-
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &:., &e.
Just Received ex S S Murlposn,
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits,
Tabic Eating Apples, Bologna Sausages, Sea Boss, Lymma and Cala.
Dried Figs, Swiss Cheese, Anchovies in oil, Cala Hollod Pickled Butter,
And a lull line of Fresh Stnple Groceries.
Island Oiders solicited. Tclephoiio No. 210. T. O. JJox 287. (703
(1. I). FllUKTH.
W. C. rKACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock,
23 Xiiunmi Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIEIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR BALE
At tlie Lowest Market Itate-
a larjje and well selected stock of
theJCItolcest and most Favorlto
iS.C, &C, &C,
All Goods Guaranteed.
and older filled promptly.
Telephone 40. T. O. Box SCO.
the Now Bnnk Building.
tek OOHN Sc CO.
xJi.il it ion.
Etc.. Clc ltr..
r'Tk: n . . ij i'ur .-., ... ...
kk.nni:dy & co.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu und vicinity.
Records searched, and plans showing
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs,
Cimphcll's Block, Fort St.
Particular attention paid to Tourist'
Baggago, Parcols, Eto, Delivered in
any part of tho City promptly
and with care.
Oiders left at Hammer's Harness Shop
will rroelve prompt attention.
Tclephoiio C02..No. of Wagons C8 & CD.
GEO. E. SHEEMAN.
No. 8 Maunakka St.
Trcc.i nnd Saddle of all kinds inado to
order aud repairing Harness", etc., dona
In short notice. All order promptly ut.
tended to, 603 ly
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