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wednesday, nov. 20, 1881.
Dlniiimul Head, Nov. 20, 3 p.jn
Light N. E. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO. "
VOIl S IN KltAJiClBOO.
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Dec. ltt
Mnripoui Lcnvcsllwnolulti, Dec. 10
I'OIl AUCKLAND AND SY1)NT.V:
Stmr Australia Nov 29
KOJl SAN V1IANCISCO.
Stmr City of Sydnoy lice. 21
S,tmr Jas Malcc from Kauiil and Oahu
Stmr Iwalanl for lltimukua
Slmr Mokolll for Windward Port
Schr Walmulu for llllo
Schr Walchu for Kolo.a
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Scbr Luka for ICohoIalclo
VESSELS IN PORT.
UrigTawara, La Gucn
Ugtno Haaard, Tlerney
Hark Abbte Carver, Pcndlttoa
Tern Eva, Wlktnan
Uktno Amelia, Newliall
Ugtno W O Irwin, Turner
llaik Halhi, Tornecolm
S S Alameda, Morse
For San Francisco, per W O Irwin,
Nov 20 Col 8 Norrls, Mrs M A Davis,
.T IC Porter, wife and child, F J Bal
llngcr, O Nobinan.
For Kauai, per O It Bishop; Nov 23
Judge A S llartwcll, wife, nnrso and 4
children, Miss A Lovell, J Lovell and
wife, Mr Ilaula, 1' Offcrgclt, J N Hapu
ku and J Evans.
Erom Kauai and O.dm per Jas. Makco
Nov 20 Gov Domini'!, 11 English, Mr
Cox, Jr, Miss Itlehardson and 150 deck.
The Amelia sailed tlds day for Port
Townscnd In ballast.
The building of the new deck on the
schr Kckauluont is about finished.
The W G Irwin sailed tills morning
for San Francisco with 201 bags sugar,
700 bags rlco and 100 bids molasses.
In this city, Nov. 18, 1884, to tbo wife
of Ills Es.'Paul Neumann, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Don't cat too, much turkey to
morrow. Some editorial and other matter
prepared for this issue is crowded
In answer to a correspondent we
would say that the distance from
Honolulu to San Francisco is 2100
Extensive alterations and im
provements arc being made to the
residence of Mr. Henry Watcrhousc,
Friday being the anniversary of
the recognition of Hawaiian Inde
pendence, all .government offices
will be closed on that clay.
i.i - j -
A Chinaman confined in the Phila
delphia house of correction for ft
misdemeanor refuses to workbecauso
they don't pay. Ho says: "No
payee, no clnck stones."
Mn. J. Carlisle has been appointed
teacher of the government school at
Maunahooano, Hamakua, Hawaii.
He will commence his duties January
An advertisement in one of our
contemporaries as to the .sailing of
the Morning Star is misleading, as
she left Boston November 5th for
The Chinaman who was arrested
yesterday morning for counterfeiting
coins was named Wong Akau, a ma
chinist on Ktng street, and not Wong
Kam as slated.
The new fenco erected in front of
Pilot -Mclntyro's house in Nuuanu
Valley Isr nearly completed, and pre
sents a very neat and attractive ap
pearance. I O i
Most people will attend the special
Thanksgiving services to-morrow.
Tho remainder of the day will be
spent in eating Lewis & Co.'s tur
keys, and reading the Bulletin.
This noou, by order of the as
signees' of the bankrupt estate of E.
M. Nordberg, Lyons & Levey sold
at auction tho lease of tho Anchor
Saloon. Mr. T. E. Krouso was the
purchaser at 82,000.
Mn. Frank J. Ballinger, of tho S. F.
Call, loft on tho brig W. G. Irwin
this noon. His health has been
much improved by his visit to those
IslnudB.' After reaching tho Coast
he will visit Southern Cnllforhia.
Mn. D. D. Baldwin, Inspector
General of Schools, Icavc3 on Friday,
on n tour of inspection of tho govern
ment schools on this Island. Ho
will bo absent about thico weeks.
Gkoihje Markham, who has just
received a new single scull shell, says
lie will row Walter Giffard a match
race, for tiny amount, any distance
and nny time.
It is expected that the S. S. Aus
tralia, duo on Saturday, will bring
the decisive- news regarding tho
Presidential election. No cliango is
Biuuade Major Ilayloy is hard at
work teaching the troops how to stand
straight. By tho end of next month
it is expected 'they will be able to
come to attention in a very satisfac
A l'EitsoN who for certain reasons
is obliged to reside in Fowler's yard,
tells us it is a horribly noisy place.
The lodgers there get on a racket and
keep it up sometimes until two or
three o'clock in the morning.
Lyons & Levey will hold their
regular casli sale at 10o'clock to
morrow morning. Dry goods, crockery
and glassware, sugar and eight-day
clocks arc among tho tilings to bo
offered. At 12 o'clock noon they
will sell 5 mules, broken to harness
Someone went to the sale near the
Fashion stables this morning, and
tied their team close up to the fence,
consequently everyone who passed
by that way were obliged to. walk
out on tho road, instead of the side
walk. A policeman within a stone's
throw of course did not seo the
Last Fridny evening the P. M. S.
S. Zcalandia met with an accident to
her piston rod, consequently had to
slow down to 9A knots per hour,
when she had been making 13 knots
since leaving Sydney. It is expected
that she will he about nine days
making the trip from here to San
CiiAkley Dexter believes in the
old saying that "the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach". Ho
says it comes true ten times out of
ten. Charley intends to-morrow to
set before his friends and patrons a
first class Thanksgiving lunch at the
Hotel from 12 until 2 o'clock, and
says, Come one, come all, cat all
and pocket none.
Business in tho Police Court this
morning only occupied about fifteen
minutes. Five drunks forfeited bail
of CG each. Halnhalakau, for larceny
of Hum, was remanded until (ho 17th
inst. Wong Kau, for counterfeiting,
Penal Code, was also remanded
until tho 27th inst. Mr. J. Russell
appears for him.
Undeii the Act entitled, "An act
to amend Chapter 3 1 of tho Session
Laws of 1882, relating to tho sup
pression of diseaso among animals
in the Hawaiian Kingdom," approved
August 11th, 1881, the following
gentlemen have been appointed as
Board of Inspectors for the Island
of Oahu: James Brodie, V. S.,
Executive Inspector, A. 'Burrell
Ilayloy and John II. Brown.
. . .
To-MOimow is set apart by Presi
dent Arthur as a day of Thanks
giving for tho blessings of the year.
At 11 o'clock there Avill bo a union
service at Fort Street Church with
a sermon by the Kev. E. C. Oggcl.
At the same hour a full choral ser
vice with appropriate hymns will be
held at St. Andrews Cathedral. Tho
Rt. Rev. the Bishop will preach tho
In Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s
store window niay bo seen a very
handsome photograph of the win
ning crow of the Myrtle Boat Club
in tho recent regatta. It is 11x17 and
handsomely framed. Tho top' of
tho frame bears tho inscription in
gold letters of "Winning Crew,"
while on the bottom is, "Regatta
1881." It is presented by Mr. J.
Williams, tho Fort street photo
grapher, and does him the highest
credit. Tho members of tho crow
arc arranged in a group sitting down,
with tho exception of tho coxswain
Fiiom II. R. II. Princess Llliuoka
lani wo have received copies of the
songs "Aloha Oo" and "Hoohono."
They have been printed In San Fran
cisco by Matthias Gray in sheet
musio form, and are very neatly
gotten up. The words and music of
the song' " Hoohcno " were com
posed by Her Royal Highness, and
it is the first time that music written
by a Hawaiian has been published
in sheet form. Our leaders will
remember both songs, as they are
frequently played by tho band, and
Tut: Y. M. C. A. Hall was again
filled last evening by Mrs. Lenvitt'e
audience. Sho showed by incon
trovertible proof Unit prohibition did
prohibit wherever given a ttial, its
success being in proportion to tho
efforts made to enforce it. In the
concluding part of her lecture sho
vindicated, amid repeated applause,
tho position taken by the Prohibition
party in the recent Presidential elec
tion. Her facetious references to
some of the peculiarities of the Ha
waiian liquor law which sets a
higher value upon women than men,
and upon old drunkards than upon
tho young men who arc the hopo of
the country were keenly relished.
At the close the pledge was circu
lated with a good deal of success.
To mince matters in anything
affecting tho happiness of the whole
community would be blameworthy.
An exception must, however, be
made in the caso of mincing meat
for Thanksgiving and Christmas
pics, whereby Mr. Horn, the Hotel
street confectioner, lias, lo, these
many years, proved himself a bene
factor to the community. This year
ho announcos a likp benevolent ser
vice. Nightmares arc all exorcised
out of his pics by means of an art
that is a trade secret to him, so that
no one should be frightened out of
getting these luxuries by what the
funny fiends of the newspapers say
about the ordinary mince pic of com
merce. Horn's mince pics will npt
make you dream of being bound
prostrate to the Punchbowl flagstaff,
with a magenta-haired demon driving
goals over your abdomen.
Get. one of those Wall Pockets, a
nice ornament, for sale cheap at
King Bros.' Art Store. 870 3t
Tim finest and fattest Turkeys
have been selected for the Saratoga
House, No. 09 Hotel street, for the
occasion of the Thanksgiving dinner.
Those who enjoy a good meal will
take advantage of this occasion.
For Head stones or Monuments go
toT. J. Naglo, corner Queen & Ala
kca strcck COT Read his circulars.
The undersigned have opened an
employment oillce 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.
873 2w HO FON & LEE PAT.
UNION THANKSCIVINC SERVICE.
At Fort St. Church, to-morrow,
Thursday, at 11 a. m., there will be
a Union Thanksgiving Service. Pas
tor Cruzan will have charge of the
service ; Rev. Dr. Damon will read
President Arthur's proclamation ;
Rev. A. O. Forbes will read the
scripture lesson; Rev. Dr. Hyde
will offer prayer; and Rev. E. C.
Oggcl will preach the sermon. Tho
music Avill be furnished by Fort St.
Church choir. Mrs. Hampson, the
evangelist, arrived by the Zealandia.
She is suffering from the effects of
over-work, and from a severe acci
dent which she met with in Sand
hurst. It has been deemed wise
under the circumstances to postpone
tho series of meetings to bo con
ducted by her until Sunday, Jan.
lth. Mrs. Hampson is the guest of
Hon. S. N. Castle, and will remain
in the Kingdom until after tho close
of her meetings.
ON and after tliU date, Mr. J. E.
Wlsemnn will take charge of my
hooks, dlstrihuto imil collect my hills
without exception. His receipt will ho
GEORGE TltOUESEAU. M.D.
Ilonolulu, Nov. 31, 1881. 874 tf
BY TVOYOUNG LADIES, (Dress
makers) situations as tcmstrcbses
in a family or in a dress-making eslah.
873 lw THIS OFFICE.
lo. tO! No. lOI
WE BEQ TO CALL ATTENTION $
lust 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 coming season,
which we offer at '
874 4t J. T. WATERHOUSE.
.Aliilien, near Juocii St.
C. J. IIaiidee, Propricjor.
Contracting: & Building
Mouldlnns and Finish always on hand.
C5JT Orders promptly attended to. fl
Hard ami Soft Stovo 'Wood.
870 Cut and Split. 3m .
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Cm obtain the same in quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con.
IT. J3. OAT,
At Pacific Nalgation Co.'s Ihiildlng,
801 Queen street. tf
to tiii: ii.vin:M or iioxoi.umj
DKESSMAlCElt, having returned'
hus rcsmncd business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Cm led in
all tho newest tlindcs.'
Coiner of Kin" and liichnrd StreelH.
IS IIEHEBY given that I will not bo
rcsponslhlc for any debt contracted
In my name without my written order.
Honolulu,.Nov. 10, 1884. 805 lm
TIIE undersigned, who hai mado ar
rangements for opening a I'ortu.
gueso School, will also give lessons in
that language to foreigners understand
ing French. For particulars apply to
II. A. Gonsalvcs & Co.. 57 llotid st.
859 tf J. A. M. OSOUIO.
J. I. OAT, JR. & GO'S.
Has just received per SInrlposa,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmoro's Miuco Meat, Cianhcrrks,
"Whiltakcr'tf Star Ham, lSnron,
Lard, Cal. Oluc, Kits Mackerel,
Kits Salmon llcllies,
Kegi Family ISccf, Kegs Fork,
Now Orleans MohiEtcs,
Saloon Bread, Cnickors, Potatoes.
Family Flo'ir, Wheat, Corn,
Oats, Bran, Onions, &c, &e.
807 TELEPHONE 110. Sw
For Froieht or Charter.
Apply nt tho
841 lm Pacific Navigation Co.
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about
" TEMPLE OF
61 ami 03 Fort Street, opposite
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & GO'S
!IN"ov on Exliilit;ioii.
DILLBTGHAIE & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements, ,i
Eis., Etc., Eic.
Fence "Wive ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints Varnislies, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Gootls, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Apples and Grapes,
Eastern Oysters, In sholl and tin,
California Roll Bultcr, on ico,
Pickled Builor, Assorted Nuts,
Maplo Syrup, Popcorn, Star Hams,
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits, in small tins,
And n full Hue of Frcwh Slnple GiroccrieH.
Island Orders solicited. Tclephono No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (702
O. D. l'-UEUTII.
W. C. I'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
23 Knanuu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Morohants,
OFFER FOlt SALK
At the Lowest lilnrkct Itntc
a larao and well selected stock of
tho Choicest and most Favorite
&.C., &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
and orders tilled promptly.
Telephono 40. P. O. liox 3C0.
the Now Bank Building.
!S4 OOHN Sc OO.
Etc., Elc, Etc.
kk.nnedt e co.)
67 & 69 Hotel St.
ox S S Alamcdu,
Kegs of Anchovies, Bottles Anchovies in oil,
Kegs Spiced Dutch Herrings,
Kegs Soused Pig's Feet,
Fresh Cranberries, '
Nov England Boiled Cider,
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Records searched, and plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
Particular attention paid to Tourists'
Baggage, Parcels, Elc, Delivered In
any part of tho City promptly
and with care.
Orders left at Hammer's Harness Shop'
will receive prompt attention.
Tclephono 202. .No. of Wagons 68 & CO.
A, GEO. E. SHERMAN.
ar"" No. 8 JIaunakea St.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds mado to
order and repairing Harness, etc., . uonq -
in snort no
in short notice. All orders promptly .at..
jarwr 90 ly
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