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FMDAY, NOV. 28, 1884.
Diamond Heart, Nov.
Light N. E. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
W)K MAM fRANCIsCO.
Alunicdti, . . rLiMVM Honolulu, Dec. 1st
Miirlpo-tn Lctvc Honolulu, Due. 15
roil AUOKl.tNU A.Nl) HYD.NUY:
Slmr Australia Nov 2!)
loll BAN I'KANCtiCO.
Hlmr City of Sydney Dec. 21
Selir Hnleaknln from Pepeekeo
Stnir.Ias Mnkco for O.iliu mid Knim!
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Mary Foster for Vntinc:i
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jlrlg-Taw-urn, Ln Giicti
Jlgtno Ilanul, Tlerney
Jlnrlt Abble Carver, Pendlotoii
Tern Eva, Wlkniau
llaik llalla, Toincenliu
S S Alumeda. 31orsc
Tor Oalin and Kauai, per ,Jas JIakeo,
Nov 2811 Swlnton and about W deek.
The Abble. Carver U bending her sails
preparatory to her Railing next week.
The schr .Maim U being hove down to
bo cleaned. Shu will receive :i general
The bks Colouia and W 11 llesie
from J'ortland, Or. enroiite for Hong
kong aie over due heie.
If this southerly wind continues and
extends very far the Amelia and AV G
Irwin will most likely make, a very quick
parage to the -Const. ,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: bank of Bishop & Co. will bo
open to-morrow until 3 o'clock, i. m.
Tun new water works for Hono
lulu will bo commenced early next
Icn cream carts did a good busi
ness last evening. The weather was
all in their favor.
Rr.MUMnr.n the concert at tlic'Wni
kiki Church this evening, commenc
ing at 7.30 o'clock.
Maxaokii George Fnssctt is flying
the "Ilcywayhau" Hag from the
Hotel building to-day.
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society meets at tho residence of
Mr. J. 15. Atlierton to-morrow even
ing, at 7 o'clock.
ATtheY. M. 6. A. Hall this
evening at 7.30 o'clock, Mrs. Mary
C. Lcavitt will deliver a lecture on
Temperance, especially for young
Lr.TTi:n writers to the Colonics
take notice that the P. M. S. S. Aus
tralia may be along from the Coast
to-morrow, and sho will only remain
here a very shoit lime.
A ioot ball match will take place
to-morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock, at
the Makiki Reserve, between the
Rocky Hill and Pacific Slope
Mn. Lishman has got all the stone
unpacked for the new St. Andrews
Cathedral which recently arrived
from England. He has already
commenced to put some of it in its
A MUivnxr. of the ladies on the
Refreshment Committee of the fair
in aid of St. Andrews now Cathedral
arc asked to attend a meeting at the
residence of Captain Fuller, No. 8
Kukui street, on Monday morning,
at 10 o'clock.
Ix its issue of Sunday, Nov. 2nd,
the Chicago Times has the following:
"Tho pastors of the various
churches should not forget to-day to
give out notice of the funeral of the
Blaine faction, which takes pMace
Tin: S. S. Alameda will leavo on
Monday at noon for San Francisco.
The Post-Ofllco mail will close at 10
o'clock, a late letter bag will bo kept
open till 11.30, for which five cents
extra will have to be paid on cacli
Sunday next is St. Andrews Day,
from which tho Anglican Cathedral
receives its name. Special services
will be held in the Hawaiian lan
guage at C :30 a. m. and 4 v. m. At
the latter service tho Bishop will
deliver nn address. It will also bo
celebrated as n thanksgiving day for
tho recovery of II. M. Queen Emma
from her recent serious illness.
To-day is the anniversary of tho
Independence of the Hawaiian King
dom. All Government offlccs were
closed, and a lninibcrof the business
houses, very little business being
done. Tho consular and other flags
woio Hying, and a salute was fired
at noon from the shore battel y.
A noitsi: attached to an express,
belonging to a Chinaman, ran away
this morning on King sttcct, and
soon after passing Kawaiahao church
cleared a stone fence, Inking tho
carriage with it. Considerable
damage was done to the vehicle.
IIouk could have sold hundreds
more mince pics if lie had had them
yesterday. lie lias had more en
quiries after them this morning, so
begs to inform the public that he
will make auothcr batch which will
bo ready early to-morrow morning.
Call early if you don't want to be
left out in tho cold.
Tin: iron fence around Capt.
Hobron's residence, Nutianu Valley,
h.19 just been thoroughly repaired
and is now in the painters' hands.
The Captain is nlso having a very
fashionable gate-way erected. The
road-side lias been cleaned and the
improvements made arc very notice
able. To-Aionuow afternoon at the Fort
Street Church parlors, between two
and five o'clock, tho public is invited
to attend the sale of fancy articles
made by the members of the Gleaners'
Society. No admission fee, and
refreshments will be provided. Your
presence will encourage the girls in
their good work.
FitANit Mnllcr, who was recently
tried for practising medicine without
a license, and fined $100, lias paid
his fine, but was arrested this morn
ing on a cliargo of perjury. He
again languishes behind the bars at
the Police Station, and will probably
be brought up for trial to-morrow
morning. Tho charge of perjury is
connected with the case in which lie
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"Vn slated on Wednesday that the
songs " Aloha Oe" and "Ilooheno"
had been printed in sheet form. A
limited number of copies are for
sale, the proceeds from which II. R.
II. the Princess Liliuokalaui will
give for the benefit of tho Waikiki
Church. Any persons- requiring
copies of either song, can obtain
them by applying to "Wray Taylor at
this office, or through telephone No.
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A (.unti.umax in Australia has in
vented a machine for producing rain
at will. He believes that its use
will result in putting an end to
droughts. It consists of a small
balloon, in the basket of which is a
large charge of dynamite. By
means of a string attached to the
dynamite charge it can be made to
explode when it reaches the clouds
or is directly under one charged
with rain. The effect is calculated to
be instantaneous. It is thought that
the entire amount of moisture con
tained in the clouds will lie precipi
tated on the earth.
To-jiokuow will be a gala-day at
the Tcniplo of Fashion. Tho grand
opening of holiday goods, toys,
Xmas and New Year's presents will
take place, and the general public is
invited. There is an immense stock
to select from, and purchasers
of $5 worth of goods will have
a ticket given them entitling them
to a chance in tho rafllc of that
handsome doll now on exhibition in
their window. It is 3 ft. high and
the legs and hands arc movable.
It is beautifully dressed, anil the
rafllc will take placo at Xmas. The
window in ' which it stands is mst
tastily decorated with now goods.
Read their special notice in another
Woxo Kau, who was arrested for
counterfeiting money, had his case
tried in the Police Court yesterday
morning. Tho Court was filled with
Celestials. It appears that Mr. W. F.
O'Connor, at one time an ofllccr in
the British Army, and latterly Chief
of Polico at Victoria, B. C, who is
at present slaying in tills city, was
in the defendant's shop on King
street, and saw him working on
moulds for coining Hawaiian dollars.
He called in the assistance of a
native nnd arrested him along with
the moulds which were produced in
tho Court. Mr. Russell, who ap-
pcarcd for defondant, cross-examined
Mr. O'Connor at lcuglh, with
some peculiar questions, but found
lie had got a tough customer. His
Ex. the Attorney-General appeared
for the prosecution. .lustico Bicker
ton committed the prisoner for trial
to the January term of the Supreme
Court. Bail was fixed at $2,000.
By last mail we received a pros
pectus of a Business Directory of tho
City nnd County of San Francisco,
to be published by Mr. George
Bowser, C38 Sacramento street, S. F.
It will be a work of not less than 500
pages, a:id sold at the nominal price
of SI. 50. A thousand copies arc to
bo issued gratuitously, to leading
hotels throughout the Pacific Coast,
Europe, Australia and the Hawaiian
Islands. It will contain the latest
revised olllcial map of the City and
Count' of San Frspicisco, issued
tills year, and a Guide to Tourists
visiting the city. Mr. Bowser's
capability for the work will bo uni
versally recognized here, as ho got
up the Hawaiian Islands Director'
of 1880-81, which we preserve as a
permanent work of reference, on ac
count of the large amount of histori
cial and topographical information
it contains. Tho advertising rates
for the above work arc very reason
able, and our business men will do
well to negotiate with Mr. Joseph
Wiseman, the agent here, for tho
insertion of cards or the purchase of
copies of the Directory.
Mnssiss. Benson, Smith & Co. have
recently been appointed accnts in
theso Islands for the Great California
Insecticide" Buliach." This pre
paration is positive death to Fleas,
Roaches, Flies, Chicken Lice, etc.
Tin: Temple of Fashion, Gl and C3
Fort street, informs the general
public that they will not give their
toys and holiday goods away as
advertised by other retail dealers to
catcii trade, but will guarantee that
their stock of toys, etc., will bo sold
at bed-rock prices. All they ask is
to inspect their stock and leain
prices. 880 lm.
A lahoi: lot of cliroraos at very
low price, at King Bros.' Art Store.
For Head stones or Monuments go
toT. J. Nngle, corner Queen & Ala
kca street. '" Read his circulars.
Tin: undersigned have opened nu
employment olllce on Meek street
next to the Chinese newspaper
oflice, 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 IIO FON & LEE PAT.
Tin: following is the programme
of the concert which takes place at
the Waikiki Church this evening,
commoting at half-past seven
E nana ia Icsu
. .When the tide conies In
Young Men'.s Chorus Alnahau
Solo Loving 1 think of thee
Waikiki Choir.. Kawcklulanl ike Kapu
Waikiki Choir Kckauhiohi I ka in o
Organ Solo Concert I'antaslu
Solo.... When in blossom time we meet
Young lion's Chorus Amakihl
Quartette. .1 love my love In the morning
Solo Power of love
Waikiki Choir Malkat no
CA'ITLE & HOUSES.
ABOUT ino HEM) OF CATTLE,
ALL ages and sizes, nnd including
Milking Cows, Calves, Ilcifera and
Stcors. AV1U sell in lots to suit intend
lug purchasers, but prefers to sell all in
one lot. Also several good horo. Ap
ply to MHS. COSTA,
622 tf Knlilii Valloy.
BlXiS to inform tho public that ho has
per Mariposa, nn elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladles', and Children'.!
Boots & Shoes
OF THE I1EST QUALITY.
Boots tr Smbs
NA 1A ,
U. 1U I M
no. iST-Sr.. ioi. A GRAND OPENING 1
WE BKG TO CALL ATTENTION g
Just Received, and which are
Now Being Exhibited
No. 10 Store.
A large assortment of
Toys, &c, &c,
And a variety of arliclc3 suitable for
presents during the coming I'easoh,
which wc offer at
871 -It .1. T. WATEKIIOUSE.
. Alukcn, near ncc St.
C. J. IlAitnui:, Proprlejor.
Contracting; & Building;
Mouldings and Finish always on hand.
65f Orders promptly attended to. -a
Hard and Soft Stove Wood.
870 Cut nnd Split. 8m
Families nnd others in want of Good,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con.
IT. EJ. OjVX
At Pacific Nalgation Co.V Building,
801 Queen street. tf
to tiji: ii)i::s of iioxoi.umi
Ki:SSMAKEH. having returned'
Ikh lesumotl business.
Feather.i Chuned, Dyed and Cm led in
all the newest slndes.
Corner of King and Hirhard Sliccl.
" NOTICE '
ISIIEIIBUV gl vcu that I will not ho
lcsponslblo tor any debt contiactcd
in my name without my written older.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 18SI. 80.-! lm
frMIE undersigned, who has nindc nr
X rangements for opening a l'ortu.
guco School, will nlso give lessons in
that language to foreigners understand
ing French. For particulnrti apply to
JI. A. Gonsalvcs &Co.. 57 Hotel st.
850 tf .T. A. M. OSOHIO.
J. I. OAT, JR. & GO'S.
llaa Just iceclved per Jlarifojn,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmore's Mlnco Meat, Cranborrks,
Whiltakcr's Htnr num. uncon,
Lard, Cal. Cheese, Kits Mackerel,
Kits Salmon Bellies,
Keg Family llecf. Kegs Fork,
Now Orlcaiu Molnsfcoi,
Saloon Bread, Crackers, l'otutoea.
California Sweet Potatoes
Family Flo-ir, AVhcat. Com,'
Oats, 13 run, Onions, &c, &c.
807 TELEPHONE 110. 2w
Por Freieht or Chartor.
j&faj, Till: UGTNE
Apply nt the
844 lm Pacific Naviciatioh Co.
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December '1st,
" TEMPLE OP
01 nud 03 Fort Street, opposite
New Holiday Goods
LYCAH & GO'S
Now ou 32xJiili1;ioii.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
EU., Etc.. Ctc.
tw.'i." ."J'ti. "'Twtttjri tHvrrfi ivrp.y
Feiico AVlro and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specially.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Wave, &e., &c.
Grocers, - -
Apples and Grapes,
Eastern Oysters, in shell and tin,
California Roll Cutter, on ico,
Pickled Butler, Assorted Nuts,
Maplo Syrup, Popcorn, Star Hams,
Kcnnody's Croam Biscuits, in small tins,
Ami n i'nll line of 1'resli Staple Groceries.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone Xo. 240. P. O. llox 297,
a- n. vrtnisTii.
W. C. I'E ACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock,
.'! Nnnmui Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
jGcnoral Commission Merchants,
OFFEIi FOK SAM:
At the liowent Jlnrkct Kates
a larse nnd well selected stock of
the;Cholcestnnd most Faiorito
&c., &c, &c,
All Good3 Guaranteed.
nnd ordeis filled pioiaptly.
v. o. uox nco.
TIIK - r -
the Xew Hank Building.
fsS. OOKQV Sc CO.
Etc., Elc, Etc.
KKSNEDV ft CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel St
ex S S Alameda,
Kegs of Anchovies, Doltlos Anchcvlcs in oil,
Kegs Spicod Dutch Herrings.
Kegs Soused Pig's Feet,
New England Dolled Cider,
THANKSGIVING TURKEYS. '
J. F. BKOWN,
Special attention jjlvcn to Surveying
In Honolulu mid vicinity. f
Records searched, nnd plntis showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Cimphell's lllock, Fort St.
Bagyano, Parcels, Eto, Dolivored in
anyBpart of tho City promptly 8
mill uulllt nnM) '?J
Order left at Hammer's Hnrucss Shot) u
will receive prompt attention.
No. of Wagons 08 &CV.
817 1m '
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 JIau.nakea St. l
Trees and Saddles of nil kinds mndo to
order and repairing Harness, etc., ilono
in suori nouco, ah orucrs prompny at
icnueu to. 0U3 jyj