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MONDAY, NOV 21, 1 881."
Stnir Lelum from Wind waul Pom
btmr (J It IHshop from Hnm.ikua
Stinr Planter from Kaunl
Sehr Lukn from Koliolnlclo
Schr Kuw iillaiil from Koolan
Sclir Catcrinii from Ilunnlcl
P 31 S a Zciilniidlu from Australia
J' 3t S S Zcakintlln for San FraneUeo
Sclir Kawallanl for llanalol
.Stinr W (i Hall for Windward Pnrl
Sliur Llkrllku for Kaluilul
Sclir Jtob Jtoy for Koolan
Sclir Waloli lor Lnupnhochoc
Sclir Nettle Morrill forl.alialna
.St'hv 3Innuoknwal for Koolan
Selir3llli! MorrN for I.niuil
Sclir Ehukal for Wnlalua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Klnaii for Windward Ports
Stmr Leliua for AVlndward Ports
Jlk Geo S Homer for Portland. Or
Uktnc Amelia for Port'fowiiscml
Ilgtno W U Irwin for San Francisco
Sclir I.nka for Koholalelu
Sclir Catcilna for llanalcl
Stmr Walmanalo for Walmanalo
Stmr 0 It IJishop for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam bk Geo S Ilomer, Perry
Jlrig Tawara, La Oucn
Hgtuo Hazard, Tlorncy
Hark Abide Carver, Pendleton
Hark Caudaur, Offcrson
Torn Eva, Wikinan
Uktnc Amelia, Ncwhall
ltgtno W G Irwin, Turner
Uark Halla, 'l'ornccnlm
S S Alameda, Jlorse
From Kauai, per Planter, Nov 2.1
Madame Corn. 1 U ClilMiolm. S 3In
cauloy, Oil Hnfgard. W II Spitt,
.Simpson, wife and clilld, A ltrodle and
Prom Ilainakua, iicr Leliua, Xov 22
X Ilulbert. 31m Ulackburn and P High.
Prom Ilainakua, per C It liUhop.Nov
22 Hon J IC Kaunamaiio, Judge Alio,
lion 3Iakakla, W X Purdy and J L
From Australia, per Zcalaudla, Xov
21 3IIss Itcrtlia von Holt. Mr llninp-
The Abhlo Carver Is in the stream.
Schr Caterlna brought 027 bag paddy
Sclir Kawallanl brought 500 bags rice.
Schr Alalia will bo laid up for repair.
Stmr Iwulanl hails on Wednesday at 4
) in for Ilainakua.
Stmr Lchua brought 20SJ1 bags sugar.
She sails to-morrow at 5 p in.
The Klnau hi ought 12411 bags sugar, I
horse, 181! pkgs sundries and 1 donkey.
Stmr (.' Jt liUhop sails to-morrow on
the Planter's route to Kauai.
Stmr Planter brought 22S bags sugar,
:i 1 bags rlco and 21! hide. She sails on
Wednesday at 5 p m.
The S S Alameda sailed from San
KrnncNco, Xov loth at Dp in, with 7-1
passengers and 1100 tons cargo. Had
fresh SSW winds to the 18th, thence
light SSW with a heavy XW swell. On
the 10th, at i) a 111, passed the American
bk Coloma from Portland, Or, with
Chinese passengers bound to Hongkong.
Arrived at Honolulu, Xov 22nd, at 12
noon, 0 days, 211 hours and 25 minutes.
On Sattudav, Xov. 22ud, ISS-t, at the
ieldence of ill". T. II. Henderson. Ku
kui Place, by the Jlcv. K. C. Oggel. Mr.
W. II. Itichardson, of Honolulu, to Miss
Annie Wil-oii of Plctou. Xova Scotia.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lieut. J. II. Henderson, of II. B.
M. S. Swiftsurc, arrived bj' the S. S.
Tin: new missionary steamer
Morning Star did not leave Boston
until November filli.
Tin: Hawaiian Commercial Stock
Co.is selling its shares in San Fran
cisco at two bits apiece.
II. It. Lillavd's name was inadver
tently omitted from the list of pas
sengers by the Alameda.
Thi: barkentino William Phillips
was in port at Hongkong October
Mill ; would soon sail for Honolulu.
Mr. John. A. Beckwith has been
appointed U. S. Consular Agent at
Hilo, vice Capt. Thomas Spencer,
Tnu Consuclo is 12 days out to
day from San Francisco, with a cargo
valued nt 8 14,095. She lias 91 bogs
Tin: Hawaiian schooner Malolo
left San Francisco November 11th
for Hilo, with a cargo valued at 83,-
Tin: exports from San Francisco to
these islands for the month of Octo
ber amounted to $235,300, which is
tho best month since March.
Ciiisksi: express driver No. 98 has
what ho calls a horse, which can
scarcely move. It looks as if it
would not last tho week out.
Mit. J. I). Trcgloan returned by
tho Alameda on Saturday. During
his stay at the Coast ho has selected
a magnificent stock of hats, caps,
gentlemen's neck and under wear,
all of which will bo opened in a day
"Antisiiamps" on last page.
Attkxtios Honolulu Miles, we
have got somo good news for you.
Go to the Armory to-morrow even
ing and get measured for your new
Jin. X. F. Burgess, who resides
011 Bcrctauiii street, illuminated his
residence in n most beautiful manner
Saturday evening, in honor of the
election of Cleveland und Hendricks.
A xr.w single scull racing shell
arrived by the Alamcdu for Port
Surveyor tOcorgu Markliani. It is
housed at the Honolulu Yacht and
Boat Club's house, and is. a very
fine specimen of workmanship.
K.u;i, the escaped prisoner, was
caught at the wltliigig Saturday
evening, lie was biought up this
morning and given n year's imprison
ment, to commence at the expiration
of former sentences. This is the
third time he has made his escape.
- . -. ! . . I I. I .
Tin: members of the Itemcnyi
concert party arc meeting with grand
success in the Colonics. They are
still in Melbourne. Kcmcnyi's plny
ing is considered far ahead of any
thing ever heard in the Colonics be
fore. Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Inspector
General of Immigration, leaves by
the W. G. Hall this afternoon on a
tour of inspection through tiio Ivan
district. He will visit the planta
tions at Wnloliinu, Ililea, und Pa
llida, and expects to return Sunday.
As Mr. C. E. Ilcnson was driving
down Nutianu street Saturday morn
ing, a small Chinese child ran across
tho street in front of his horse. By
a clever piece of driving, he pulled
up in timo to save tho child's life
It iiad a hair breadth escape.
TmmsDAY next, November 27tli,
being Thanksgiving day, there will
be na special service at St. Andrews
Cathedral in the morning, commenc
ing at 11 o'clock. There will be a
union service at the same hour, of
the Congregational Churches, in Fort
Street Church, when the Row Mr.
Oggel will preach.
Tun P. M. S. S. Zcalandia arrived
off port about half-past one o'clock
this morning, and left again for San
Francisco at 7 o'clock. She was
detained a few hours on account of
an accident to her machinery. Mrs.
Hampson tho evangelist and Miss
Bertha von Holt were passengers by
her for this port.
A Tnitmiiu: noise proceeded from
Fowler's yard about one o'clock
Sunday morning. Residents in the
neighborhood were wakened up and
somewhat alarmed. Chairs and
other things were knocked about,
and there were loud cries of murder
and police. It is about tho lowest
place in town and ought to be cleaned
Puusnit Sutton -of the S. S. Ala
meda was married in San Francisco,
November 14th, to Miss Mary G.
McCombe, daughter of Mr. John
McCombc, of San Francisco. Tho
presents were numerous and elegant
mid included a silver ice pitcher
from the olllccrs of the S. S. Ala
Tin: opening of the new organ for
tho "Waikiki church will take place
on Friday evening. II. R. II. Prin
cess Liliuokalani has charge of the
programme. Mcsdamcs Chas. B.
Wilson, Malcolm Brown and W. II.
Aldrich and the church choir will
assist vocally, and there will bo two
organ solos. As there will bo a
bright moon, the attendance will
probably be large.
1'oun drunks in tho Police Court
this morning brought in $21. Kalua
hinc, an old offender, charged with
drunkenness, was given fifteen days.
Frank Smith, for furious driving,
forfeited bail of 810. M. S. Copley,
on tho same charge, was remanded
until Friday, to await tho appearance
of Mr. Sullivan, who received in
juries through tho defendant's care
lessness. Ah Yok, for having opium
in possession, was lined 850 and one
Auout two o'clock on Saturday
afternoon we met Pastor Oggel of
tho Bethel church, in his very best
clothes with a beautiful button-holo
bouquet of choico flowers. Some
thing unusually being apparent wo
stopped him, and found that he had
Just united In inarrinirc, Mr. W. II
Richardson, tho genial druggist at
Benson, Smith & Co.'s, to Miss
Annie Wilson, of Plctou, Nova
Scotia, who had just arrived by the
Alameda. The happy event took 1
place at tiio residence of Mr. T. II. '
Hcndcigou, Kukui Place, in tho
picseocc of a few friends. Long
life ami happiness to the newly
Tnu sale of imported blood horses
by Mr. E. P. Adams was largely at
tended this noon. Ono matched
span of black mares wcro sold for
8125 to Mr. Heine, who also boight
for 8575 the browu marc dementi
with .1 record of 2 :2 1. Capt. Clunic
bought Benton Boy for S290; Mr.
U. Lane, Comet for 8250. Bell
Boyd, $295, and a bay filly by Shan
non, 8320, were sold to Mr. Sam
Parker. Mr. Jaeger gave $280 for
Alabama. A brown stallion owned
by Mr. W. II. Cornwell was sold to
Tong Yen for 335.
Tin: brigantine Clans Spicckcls,
which left here October 22nd, arrived
in San Francisco November 8th.
She had n narrow escape from being
wiecked off the Cliff House. Tho
Golden Gate was sighted the night
before, and a pilot taken aboard. It
was a very dark and foggy night,
and entering the harbor was a dilll
eult matter. After beating around
under the pilot's guidance, the
Captain suddenly saw a dark mass
of rocks right over tho starboard
bow. The next moment the vessel
cainc to a standstill stuck fast in the
sand. The rocks proved to be tho
seal group off the Cliff House. Had
the tide not been out the vessel must
have struck on tho rocks. As it
was she remained fast in tho sand
until the tide came up and floated
her off. Her six passengers were
much alarmed, but thankful for the
Gut one of those AVall Pockets, a
nice ornament, for sale cheap at
King Hros.' Art Stoic. 87(5 .'It
For Head stones or Monuments go
to T. J. Naglc, corner Queen & Ala-
kea street. 8S Read his circulars.
Tin: undersigned have opened an
employment olllcc on Meek street
next to the Chinese newspaper
ofllec, where persons wanting Cooks,
"Waiters, Gardeners or Laborers will
(hid it to their advantage to give
them a call. Chinese interpreting
also attended to on reasonable terms.
873 2w HO FON & LEE PAT.
"THE TEMPERANCE BALL."
An effoit to set the temperance
ball rolling in this community was
inaugurated by a meeting in the Y.
M. C. A. Hall on Saturday evening,
which was addressed by Mrs. Leavitt,
of Boston, Vice-President of the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of America. There was a
large attendance, chiefly of friends
and sympathizers with the move
ment. Last evening a union temperance
meeting was held in the Fort Street
Church, which filled the building.
Among the audienco was a large
representation of leading citizens,
including several members of the
Legislature and one or more liquor
dealers. Preliminary devotions were
conducted by the Revs. Dr. Danion,
Bishop and Cruzan. Mrs. Leavitt
gave a remarkably earnest, clear and
pointed address, a report of which,
owing to our columns being in a
very crowded state from matter left
over from Saturda', wc shall have
to defer until to-morrow.
This afternoon nt 3 o'clock Mrs.
Leavitt holds conference with tho
.ladies of Honolulu, and in tho even
ing will address a public meeting in
tho Y. M. C. A. Hall.
The latest accounts of the cholera
in Paris is that the cold weather was
having a favorable effect upon the
mortality. The ravages arc trivial
compared with those of the typhoid
fever epidemic. It is known that
tho deadly disease mado large
ravages among the soldiers in the
garrison, but the military ofllcials
publish no returns and refuse all in
formation. From midnight to six
in tho afternoon of Nov. 14th, there
wero seventeen deaths by cholera in
tho city and thirty-one in tliu hospitals.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening, at 7:30. Tho
following is the programme :
Overture Jolly Robbeis Suppe
Waltz Vienna Bon-bons Straus
Dance The Aborigines Thleio
Selection Jerusalem Vordl
Selection Yo Oldcu Times Ueyur
Waltz Medley Schmidt
Quadrille Liliuokalani Hcrgor
llooheua and Hawaii Pouol.
WE DEO TO CALL ATTENTION J
Just Received, and which arc
Now Being Exhibited
No. 10 Store.
A lnrge assortment of
Toys, &c, &c,
And a variety of articles suitable for
presents during tho coining season,
which wo oiler at
87t 4t J. T. WATERIIOUSE.
Ahtkon. near JsioiMi St.
C. J, IIaiiiii:!:, Proprietor.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings anil Finish always on hand.
1ST Orders promptly attended to. -J
and Soft Stovo Wood,
Cut and Split. :im
F.unilic-i and othem in want of (iood,
Machine ftfiade Poi,
Can obtain the sauiu in ()ii intitlej to
Milt by liming ordeis and con.
IT. XJ. OAT,
At Pacific XaUgntion Co.'s Rullding,
bill Queen btrcet. if
fpiIE undersigned, who has inndo nr
JL langciiicuts for opening a l'orlu.
gueso School, l nl.-o givu lessons in
that language to foreigners understand
ing French. For particular apply to
31. A. Gonsalves c Co., 57 Hotel at.
8.-j9 tf .1. A. 31. OSOHIO.
Hns jiint received per Jliiriposa,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmorc'd Mlnco Meat, Oranherriert,
Wliittnlser's Star Ham. Uaron,
I.ml, Cal. f'hcce, ICitH Mackerel,
Kits Salmon Dellles,
Keg Family lleef. Kegs I'ork,
Now Orleans 31oln(H,
Siloon llread, Oraelters, Potatoes.
Family Flo'ir, Wheat, Corn,
Outs, Bran, Onion?, it'e., &c.
CM AS. HUSTAOE
For Froieht or Charter.
pFlt THE UGTNE
Apply at the
844 lm Pacific Navkutiox Co.
IT PLANING MILL, T
gjjAhikun, near JsioiMi Mr. BL
DIARIES FOE 1885
J. I. OAT, JS. k CO'S.
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about
" TEMPLE OF
01 and 03 Fort Street, opposite
New Holiday Goods
LYCAK & CO'S
IVow on 3Uxliilit:ioii.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc.. Etc.
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil si specialty.
Psiints, Vsirnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plsited Wsire, &c, &c.
Family Grocers, - -
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits,
Table Eating Apples, Bologna Sausages, Sea Bass, Lymma and Cola
Dried Pigs, Swiss Cheese, Anchovies in oil, Cala Boiled Pickled Buttor,
Ami a l'n 11 line ol" Frcftli Staple dirooericN.
Island Orders solicited. Telepliono Xo. 210. I'. O. Uox 207. (7W
;. d. ntrxTii.
vr. c. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
23 Xuuniiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Morohanls,
OFFER FOlt SALE
At the IiinrcHt Market Kntcs
n large and well selected stock of
tlielCliolccstuiid most Favorlle
&.C., &c, &c,
All Goods Guarantood.
und oh! era filled promptly.
Telephone 40. "P. O. Eox SCO.
the Xew llonk Building.
5St OOHN Sc CO.
Clc, Etc.. Etc.
67 & 69 Hotel St
ex S S .Mnrlposn,
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Itccords hcarclied, and plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs,
Cainphcll's Ulock, Fort St.
Particular attention paid to Tourists'
Baggago, Parcels, Eto, Doliverod in
any part of tho City promptly
and with caro.
Onlers left nt Hammer's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 202. .No. of Wagons C8 it C9.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakka Sr.
Trees and Srddles of nil kinds nmilo to
order and repairing Harness, etc., done
in short notice. All ordcrs'proniptly nt.
tended to. 593 ly
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