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TUESDAY, NOV., 25, 188-1.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All tlmo from noon of to-day, Nov. 21i
SunSeU & 17.
Similise IS in.
Moon Sets 7 13.
High Tide (small) -1 30.
High Tide (large) 17 1)0.
HIND AND VUATIIi:H
Horoid lrom noon of ycnti-rdnyi
At'scaUv'lil. 'Iliwmouiptnr IJalii.
I 4li Oh 2211 2li I nil I 18hlltolt.h
WImt, X.IJ llKlit; Sky, fluu; Hen, smooth
Diamond Head, Nov. 25, 3 p.M
Light N. E. wind. ,
OCEANIC S. S, CO.
tOH bAN PUAXCIfcUO.
Alameda. .. . Leaves Honolulu. Dec. lit
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Dec. 15
l'Oll AUCKLAND AM) HIDNI.V!
Stmr Australia NoyS'J
l-OIl BAN PllAhCI&CO.
Stmr Clly of Sydney Dec. 21
Schr Waltualu from Koloa
Stmr Mokolll froui Windward l'oits
Selir Minion for Nawlllw 111
Stmr Klnaii for WIndwaul PoiU
Stmr Lcbua for "Windward I'm H
Jtk Geo S Homer for Portland, Or
Sebr Catcilua for Hnnalel
Stmr Walmanalo for Wainianalo
Stmr 0 It HIshop for Kauai
. VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl for Hamakua
Stmr Mokolll for Windward Ports
Jtktno Amelia for Port Townsend
Hgtne W O Irwin for San Franeiseo
Schr Luka for Ivoholalclc
.Schr Waiinalu for Hllo
Schr Walchu for Koloa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ill Ig Taw ara, La Guen
Hgtue Hnraid, Tieincy
Hark Abbio Carver, Pondlotoo
Tern Eva, Wlkinan
liktnc Amelia, New ball
Hgtue W G Inv In, Turner
Haik Halia, Toineeolm
S S Alameda, Moi.se
For Kahului, via ICauuaknlukal, per
Llkellke. Nov 24-Hou Abolo, J Par
son, 31 31 WaUb, E 31 Walsh, F Evvait,
H PHaldvvin, C 11 Hofgaid. II H Smith,
E B Frlcl and wife, .1 It Wilson. .1 31
Stover and G C Williams.
For Windward Poits, per W G Hall,
Nov 24 lion A S Clcghorn, 31 Grccu
blatt, G P ICamauoha and wife, Miss H
Napaalio. P Lee, W Dlx, W Spltc, K
K Kalua, 31rs K Wallace and 31is Eliza
For Wliuhvaul Ports, per Kinau, Nov
25 31is KIpl, Dr Hull and wife, 3Iih
Kl.i, T 11 Hughes, Jr, 31r Thompson, J
II Wodchoitsc, E St Clair, Sam P.uker,
P Jones, wife, child and servant.
Schr Kamol is being hove down.
Stmr Planter is out of commission for
SchrWalmalubi ought 100 bags paddy
and lice, -10 bag3 of jna and 20 Tildes.
Steam bk Geo S Homer sailed this
afternoon for Poi tlauil, Or, in ballast.
Stmr 3Iokolil bi ought 710 bags sugar,
fiObbls molasses, -12 cheep, !) horses, 12
pigs and '.5 gicen hides.
The bk W II Bessie, Capt Gibbs, from
Poitland, Or, cmotito to Hongkong, is
about duo heic, the will not come in
side, but w ill take a few Chinese pas
sengers. Should any desire to go by her
Lalne & Co. aic the agents.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Williav Fcimcll has a notice in
another column, relating to his ac
A t,AnGK ship was seen twenty
miles southward this noon, steering
The P. M. S. S. Australia may bo
looked for on Saturday morning,
with a week's later news.
TnimsDAY of this week is Thanks
giving day, and Friday will bo the
Anniversary of Hawaiian Independ
ence. --- .
The Band Concert at Emma
Square last evening was well attend
ed, and the various selections finely
A you.no native woman was lying
in one of the cells of the Folico sta
tion tills noon, in a terribly drunken
Tin: Hawaiian Bazar received largo
additions to its stock of holiday
goods, by the Zeafandia and Ala
meda. Step in and view these new
.Iacoij Sims, the pedestrian, wants
to run anyone on the Islands, a race
of from 120 to 150 yaids level, or ho
will give fivo yards' stait, in a 200
. . . .
Oat & Co. aie allowing a splendid
stock of Christmas cards and pic
Rcnts, just arrived by the Alameda.
Look in their windows if you don't
To-momuw is tho fifty-first anni
versary of the birth of the Emperor
of China's mother. The event will
be somewhat celebrated in Honolulu.
Madame Coin tho magician has
just returned from a tour of Kauai,
and reports business dull. She is
going once more to Hawaii to try
and make her fortune.
Applications for money orders on
the United States per S. S. Alameda
December 1st, will be lcccivcd at
tho po3t ofllco up to 2 o'clock Satur
Six drunks in the Police Court tills
morning wore fined S5 and costs.
Three young native men for disturb
ing quiet of night had to pay a fine
of SO each.
At 12 o'clock noon to-morrow
Lyons & Levey will sell the lease of
the Anchor Saloon, comer of King
and Niiuanu streets. The lease has
three years to run.
Ttid members of the Honolulu
Rides arc to be measured for their
uniforms this evening at their
Aunory. A special evening is to be
set apart to measure Corporal Fas
sett. Just carry in your minds, that on
Saturday evening, December Gth,
Lyons & Levey, instructed by Lycan
& Co., will hold a grand evening sale
of elegant Xmas presents, at their
store on Fort street.
Chinese and others who aro in
tending to go to Hongkong should
call on Lalne & Co. and secure
passage in the baik Bessie, now duo
at this poit from Portland en route
In Chambers yesterday, befoio
Justice McCully, judgment was
found for plaintiffs in the case of
Emma Kaleleoualani et al vi. Com
missioneis of Crown Lands. A
wiittcn decision will be llled later.
Jilts. Lcavitt desires to meet all
the ladies of Honolulu interested in
Temperance work, to-morrow (Wed
nesday) afternoon at the Y. M. C.
A. Hall, for the purpose of form
ing a Ladies' Temperance Union.
Peck's Sun has the following:
"In Jerusalem, the leper quarter is
outside of the city near the Zion
Gate, and presents a horrible sight,
beside which the lazar house of tho
Sandwich Islands is an earthly para
disc. Col. Nonius goes to the Coast to
morrow by the "V. G. Irwin. He
says ho has been trying to get a
white ltat, but they arc all gone.
Perhaps Mr. Nott can fit a joint of
his galvanized stove-pipe to our
friend's cranium, since everything
else in tho lino has been done brown.
A Chinaman by tho name of Wong
Kani was arrested this morning for
having counterfeit coin in his pos
session. He was found with some
rudely made dies in his possession,
from which ho no doubt intended to
cast Kalakaua dollars. lie will have
his case tried to-morrow.
Pastoii Oggel has made up his
mind that, when he unharnesses his
horse he will never again take the
bridle off first. Ho tried it onco
last week and there was a lively
time for a few minutes, hats, fence-'
rails and mother earth Hying in the
air, and another clerical dignitary
being almost frightened to death.
The steamer Planter, on her trip
to Kauai, stays over every Friday
night at Kipukao opposite W. II.
Rice's place. The passengers and
sailors amuse themselves fishing, as
it is a well known place for fish.
Last Friday evening over 100 wero
caught, nil the way from 18 inches to
1 feet in length, ono weighing 20
pounds. The fish to bo found there
arc moi, oio, iiliu, ulna and several
Theue was a goodly gathering of
ladies at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall yes
terday afternoon, addressed by Mrs.
Lcavitt upon women's responsibility
in society. Last night a largo pub
lic meeting was addressed by that
lady in tho same place, and the tem
perance, pledgo received a good
many signatures. Mrs. Lcavitt will
speak to-night in the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, on " Prohibition ; does it prohibit?"
Get ono of U1030 Wall Pockets, a
nice ornnment, for salo cheap at
King Bros. Ait Stoic. 870 3t
For Head stones or Monuments go
toT. J. Naglc, coiner Queen & Ala
kea street. BST Read his circulars.
Tin: undersigned have opened an
employment olllcc on Meek street
next to the Chinese newspaper
olllcc, wlicic persons wanting Cooks,
Waiters, Gardeners or Laborers will
find it to their advantago to give
them a call. Chinese interpreting
also attended to on reasonable terms.
87!) 2w IIO FON & LEE PAT.
FOR HE IS AN AMERICAN.
Emtok Bulletin: The article in
your very readable paper of last
evening headed " Jinks and Bumps"
was very much appreciated in somo
instances, but it was very ungrateful
on the pait of the Bulletin to apply
the Iiish nationality to the man who
went out to meet the Alameda and
signal tho election news, inasmuch
as he is a genuine American, bom
and bred in New York, and con
siders that a genuine American, and
one who fought and bled for his
country during the lebcllion, ought
to bo known as an American if he is
one, and not by any other nation
A QUACK PUNISHED.
Before Justice Bickcrton this
morning a seedy-looking Individual
named Frank Mullcr, was charged
with practising medicine without a
license. It appears from the evi
dence that a Mrs. Powell, healing of
the wonderful healing powers of the
defendant, went to him for advice.
She told him she had a cold. "Yes,"'
says he, "you have, and if you como
later in the day I will give you some
medicine." She went, and lie gave
her something iu a half-pint beer
bottle, which smelt of pain killer,
molasses and sulphur, for which she
paid liim $2.50. He told the woman
she had bad blood, and by and by
would turn into a leper. l)rs. Fitch
and Webb were sworn and stated the
woman was not a leper. When Mr.
Powell, the husband, got homo that
day and found out what his wife had
done, he scolded her and went to
Mullcr and demanded the $2. .10,
and it was paid back. Mullcr, when
swoin, stated that the woman did
not pay anything for the medicine,
nor did he return any money to the
husband. He gave her the medicine
to clean her blood, mid told Iter
,tho chances weio that she would
have lcprosj'. He did not give any
receipt for tho money. He fuitlicr
stated that lie had made a great
study of leprosy and had done good
among the Hawaiinns. John Ma
hiai, ' a young nativo lawyer, ap
pealed for Mullcr, and asked His
Honor, to dischaigc the defendant,
as he had grounds to suspect that
the woman was a leper, and had a
right to give the medicine to her.
His Honor, in carefully and clearly
summing up the case, said that the
defendant appeared to think there
was no case against him as he did
not give a receipt for the money.
But he was mistaken, the case had
been clearly proven, and he should
inflict on him the highest penalty the
law allowed, a fine of $100 and costs,
81.80. Deputy Dayton informs us
that he has numerous other cases
against Mullcr, and that ho is one of
that kind of men who gets among
the natives, unci with a smooth
tongue persuades them to let him
give them some of his quack stuff,
when they ought to propcily go to a
certificated and experienced medical
Osnian Digna's forces have been
routed in the Soudan by Amarars
and Bashi Bazouks. Unconfirmed
reports of the fall of Khartoum and
massacro of General Gordon and the
garrison, have been current. El
Mahdl has been dcscited by the
Kabbabccsh tribe. Abyssinians arc
raiding the southern poition of the
Soudan, burning villages and plun
dering crops. Tho ticaty mado by
Admiral Hewitt in behalf of England
with King John of Abyssinia is
threatened with collapse, cither the
cause or the effect of the above
outburst of bclligcicncy by tho
Among tho Mormons who left
Tennessee recently for Utah weio
thrco negroes, being tho first known
converts to Mormonism from the
WE UEG TO CALL ATTENTION
Tti9t Received, and which arc
Now Being Exhibited
lo. 10 Store.
A large assortment of
Toys, &c, &c,
And a yariely of articles suitable for
prebents during tho coming season,
which wo oll'er at
871 4t J. T. WATEKIIOUSK.
. Alnken, near ((iiccn St.
C. .T. Haiidee, Proprietor.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings and Finish always on hand.
EST Oidcrs promptly attended to. -a
Hard anil Soft Stove Wood.
870 Cut and Split. 3m
Families and others In want of liood,
Machine Rflade Poi,
Can obtain tho same iu quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con
IT. 1?. OjVX '
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Uuilding,
801 Queen street. tf
TO Till: I.AIUr.M ! IIO.VOMFIjII
DUi:SSMAKKlt. h-ning letuiiied'
ha- luiuuicd business.
Feathers Clouted, Dyed and Ctirkd iu
all tho neuut ih ides.
Coir.er of King and Kichmd Kirci-U.
fBHEUEHY given that twill not be
JL responsible for any debt contiacted
iu my naniu without my written oider.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1881. 8Ci lm
''piIE undersigned, who has innilo ar
JL rangcinent9 for opening a Porlu.
gucso School, will also give lessons in
that language to foreigners understand
ing French. For particulars apply to
M. A. Gonsalves & Co., 57 Hotel st.
859 tf J. A. M. OSOIUO.
J. I. OAT, JR. & CO'S.
Has just received per Mariposa,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmoro's Minco Meat, Cranberries,
Whittaker's Star Ham, Huron,
Lard, Cal. Cheese, Kits Mukeiei.
Kits Salmon llellles,
KegR Family lteof, Kegs Pork,
Now Orloaus Molassei,
Siloon Urcad, Crackcis, Potatoes.
Family Flo-ir, Wheat, Corn,
Oat, Uran, Onions, Ac, &c.
TELEPHONE lit). 2w
For Freight or Chartor.
Apply at tho
844 lm Pacific Navkution Co,
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
Onior about December 1 st,
Cl and GU Foil Street, opposite
New Holiday Goods
LYCAH & CO'S
Nov on 3Bx:liilitio3i.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Etc., Etc.
Fence "Wire mid Staples, Kerosene Oil si specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Tiirpeiitinc,
House Furnishing: Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Family Grocers, - -
Just Hcccivcd ex
Apples and Grapes,
Eastorn Oysters, In shell and tin,
California Roll Buttor, on Ice,
Pickled Butter, Assorted Nuts,
Maplo Syrup, Popcorn. Star Hams,
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits, In small tins,
And a fall line of Fresh Staple Grocer ion.
Island Orders solicited. Telcphono
W. C. PEACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock,
3 A'uuanu Street.
HONOLULU, 11. I.
WIETE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OFFEK FOU SALE
At the JLuwcHt Market SSnie.s
a laro and well selected stoel; of
tin (Choicest and most Favorite
Bra iu! 6 of
S.C., &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
nnd oideu tilled piomptlv.
Telephone 40. P. O. Hox SCO.
AptKmMi ftflMa .ffiil
the Now Hunk Hiilhllng.
4 OOUW &C CO.
Elc, Elc, Etc.
KENNEDY & CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel St.
S S Alameda,
Kcgsol Anchovies, Boltlos Anchovies in oil,
Kegs Spiced Dutch Herrings,
Kegs Soused Pig's Foot,
Now England Boiled Cider,
No. 2 10. P. O. Uox 307. (702
J. F. BROWN,
Sprchl attention given to .Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Hceords searched, and plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs,
Campbell's Hlock, Fort St.
Particular attention paid to TourUts'
Baggago, Parcols, Eto, Dolivored In
any part of tho City promptly
and with caro.
Orders left at Hammer a HarnesB Shop'
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 202.. No. of Wagons 68 & CO.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakea St.
Trees niul Saddles of all kinds mado to
order nnd repairing Harness, etc., done
in short notice. All orders promptly at.
tended to. 60J ly
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