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SATUADAY, NOV.fJ, 1881.
Diamond Head, Nov. 20, !1 p.M
Liglit N. E. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
foil S IN FIIAKCISCO.
Aluiucda.... Leaves Honolulu. Dec. 1st
Mariposa Leaves lleiiolulti, Doc. 15
pacIfic maiTs." s7 C 0.
VOK AUCKLAND AND BVD.NKY:
Stmr Australia $ Nov y.)
l'Olt SAN ritANCIfcCn.
Stmr City or Sydney Uec. 21
Stmr Klmut from Windward l'oil.s
Stmr Llkellkc from ICnhulul
Selir liiniwi from ICnohm
Schr Nettle Merrill from Lahalna
Sclir Mary Foster for Wulmcn.
VESSELS LEAVINC UN MONDAY.
S S Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr Llkellko for K:luiltil
Selir Halcakala for l'opeckeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Brig Tawura, Lii Gticu
Bgtuu lluuid, Tlerney
Bark Abblo Carver. l'endUton
Tern Kvn. Wlkniim
Balk llalla, Toniecolin
S S Alameda, Jloise
From Kuhulul, per Llkellkc, Nov 20
C IC Kapule. W Salmow, 31 M Taylor,
K Norrlc. l)r Hull and wife.
From Windward l'oits'pcr Kluan,
Nov 29 Queen Kmma and 3 scrvanti,
Lucy Pcabody, lis Jennie Stillmau, J
Cocrpcr, K Muller, ,T H Boljertson, II
1? Lang, G W 1'lllpo and wife, Mrs Ala
pal, A Lldgatc, Mrs Thos. Campbell, W
.MVrlght, S 1 Knwclo, J Murray, Miss
13 Low, Miss N Low. Mrs N Eldrcdgc,
AV II Seal. Chns Achl, .1 Stubblcbeen. A
W Carter, A Build and w lfe. Mrs C K
StUlman and (J chlldicn.
For San Francisco, per S S Alameda,
Deol W Center, .III Henderson, Mrs
Simpson and child, Miss Lamb, C A
Burklcy and wife, J J Drlscoll, A Lyons
and wife, 1) M Gcdge, K B Thonia.
Scbr Ualeakala brought 22J bags of
Cupt Fuller has had allot the moor
ing posts repainted.
btmr Llkellkc brought 73 bags corn,
20 bags potatcs and 4 horses.
Tho Kinau brought 072 bags sugar,
12 head cattle, 11 calves, and 103 pkgs
LOCAL & CENERaT NEWS.
Gold will be as plentiful as Demo
crats next week.
A iii.ack marc, gentle anil a line
trotter is for sale. Sec adv.
Gospel Temperance at the Bethel
vestry this evening atj7.00 o'clock.
The rate of exchange by the out
going1 steamer is quoted by Bishop &
Co., at U per cent.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a moonlight concert at Kmma
Square Monday evening,
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society meets at the residence of
Mr. J. B. Athcrton this evening.
Tin: carcase of a dead horse on
tho beach near the immigration sheds
is poisoning the air in that locality.
Mn. P. C. Jones, Jr., will com
mence n new book-keeping class at
tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, Monday even
ing at 7 o'clock.
To-moukow is the first Sunday in
Advcut, and also St. Andrews Day.
Special services will be held at St.
Onu wcelc from to-day, Lyons &
Levey will hold a grand Xmas night
sale at tho store of Lycan & Co.,
commencing at 7 o'clock.
Tub small boys on the street arc
whistling the airs of Pinafore, a
selection from which opera was ic-
cently rovived by tho band.
Tin: Kinau arrived at 1 o'clock,
having tho Hawaiian ensign flying
from her main. Her Majesty Queen
Emma returned from Hawaii by her,
and is looking exceedingly well.
m - '
Tin: S. S. Alameda sails on Mon
day, at noon, sharp. See that your
letters arc properly directed and
stamped, and in' tho Post Ofllco be
fore 10 o'clock on that day.
A riiOTOaiiAi'iiuu and u local
editor were having a sparring match
on Fort street this morning, when a
Crabbo came along and clawed them
into a store.
Tin: ladies on the Refreshment
Coinpilteo of the St. Androws fair,
must not forget that they have to
attend a mooting on Monday
morning at 10 o'clock sharp, at the
residence of Captain Fuller, No. 8
Outside of S. J. Levey's store
this morning was a fish called tho
kutnn, frozen in a largo block of ice,
which attracted tin attention of
Ouit suggestion as to a series of
athletic sports being held on New
Year's afternoon meets with con
siderable favor, and it is not unlikely
that the idea will bo carried out.
Tin: Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce held a meeting this morning
at 11 o'clock which was well at
tended. A resolution was passed
which will be found in this issue.
A j:ooi many of our citizens who
were on the street yesterday, seemed
a little slow in their power of loco
motion., "Whether it was from the
effects of too much turkey and
mince pie tho day before, or the
holiday of yesterday, wp arc not
able to sa'.
On Saturday ovening next, at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall, the Honolulu
Symphony Club will give ono of
their popular concerts, assisted on
this occasion by Mrs. J. II. Paty,
Mrs. Hanford, Misses B. Patkc,
Alice Ronton, Kate Lewis nnd'Carrie
Castle, and Mr. Chas. Hassclmau.
Tin: '1'iscr says tin's morning,
that, "tho members of the different
boating clubs were pulling round
nml ubout the harbor yesterday."
There wasn't n single crew out,
neighbor : the water was too lumpy.
Several sailing boats were enjoying
Tin: holiday yesterday was a very
quiet one. A large number of pri
vate picnics were held, and some of
the boys went over tho Pali to shoot
Koolau mosquitoes. The troops
stretched their legs by having a
parade in the afternoon headed by
the band. Salute was fired at noon
and the day was wound up by a con
cert at Waikiki.
Pilot Mclntyro has a young and
promising son named Frank, who,
when ho gets on the scales, makes
them show n long way in the hun
dreds. This morning he got into
Capt. Alilrich's phaeton, but the
weight was too much, ono of tho
wheels giving way, breaking four or
THE COLD BASIS.
Resolution passed by the Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce,' No
vember 29, 1881;
Resolved, That on and after De
cember 1st, the members of tho
Chamber of Commeicc agree to re
ceive and pay out Certificates of
Deposits for all amounts over Ten
Dollars as gold in all transactions
among themselves and where practi
cable witli others.
J. B. Atiiiuiton, Secretary.
At St. Andrews Cathedral to-morrow
the Rev. George "Wallace will
preach in the morning,' mid the
Bishop in the evening.
At Fort Street Church to-morrow
morning the Rev. J. A. Cruzan will
take foe his subject, "Not Yet."
In the evening by special request,
"What is tho soul of religion?".
Miss Brccsc's Bible class at COO.
A general invitation is extended to
Tin: Rev. E. C. Oggcl will preach
at 11 a. m. 'and 7.30 p. m. Morning
subject, "The Marriage Ring." In
the evening, "An Oriental "Wedding"
with appropriate music. Strangers
and ajl others arc cordially invited.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening, at 4 :30. The
following is tho programme :
March Royal Review Oladman
Overture A Court Conceit Auber
Finale llelisarlo Donlzctto
Reminiscences of Bellini Godfrey
Walt. A Maid of Kent Lowthlan
Galop Carillon Leutucr
LAST NICHT'S CONCERT.
The concert at the "Waikiki church
came oiF last ovening and was n
thorough success. Tho principal
object was the opening of tho new
organ recently purchased of Messrs.
Lycan & Co. It is a fine large in
strument with sixteen stops, two
kneo swells, a full body of tone, and
was made' by W. "W. Kimball, of
Chicogo. It is a great addition to
tho church. Tho aiidienco was large,
and it being a beautiful moonlight
night many Honolulu people drove
out. Amongst those wo noticed
present were : II. R. II. Princess
mmmm iiinni)wiiitini i immm
Liliuokalani, II. R. H. Princess
Likclike, His Ex. Gov. Dominis,
Hon. J. W. Smith, L'ostmastcr-Gcn-crnl
Whitney mid wife, Major Rosa
and wife, and Deputy Marshal Day
ton and wife. Tho church was
tastily decorated with palm leaves,
and at cacli corner of the platform
were two handsome bouquets of
flowers. The programme consisted
of sixteen numbers. The Waikiki
choir and a number of young men
sang several choruses very accept
ably. Two quartettes wcro sung ly
II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani, Mrs.
C. B. Wilson, Mrs. "V. II. Aldrich
und Miss Halt, one of them being
loudly encored. Mr. W. G. Wood
sang very sweetly and with much
taste, two songs, both of which wcro
reilcmanded. He was accompanied
on the piano by Mrs. Malcolm
Brown. Mr. J. McGuIic icn
dcrcd two songs, accompanied by
Miss Fillcbrouno. The programme
also contained two organ solos, and
was concluded at nine o'clock by
tho singing of Hawaii Ponoi. II. R.
II. Princess Liliuokalani is to bo
congratulated on tho success which
attended her efforts to provide an
attractive programme. The net pro
ceeds of the concert will bo over
8200, which goes to the church fund.
Dr. Bull returned from Maul by
the Likclike this morning. While
there he was called in consultation
with Drs. Sutliffc and Hailcy upon
the case of Dr. Andrews, who is very
low. A change of treatment was
decided upon, from which it is
hoped a turn for the better may
result. Dr. Bull was also called to
attend Mrs. Alexaudcr at Haiku,
whom lie found in a stato of extrcrao
prostration from typho-malarial
fever. She was slightly better when
ho left yesterday, but ho received a
telephone message befdre the steamer
departed at,int she was sinking again,
and he notified Dr. Sutliffc of tho
fact.- The doctor went to Maui in
anticipation of a pleasure trip, but
ho attended thirty or forty cases of
sickness on the Island. He reports
dysentery ns being epidemic on most
of tho plantations, particular! Paia.
Dr. Bull purposes taking up his
residence on Maui shortly, where a
good'opening awaits him. "Wo shall
be pleased to hear of bis success.
Mi:ssits. Benson, Smith & Co. hnvo
recently been appointed agents .in
these Islands for the Great California
Insecticide " Buliacli." This pre
paration is positive death to Fleas,
Roaches, Flics, Chicken Lice, etc.
Tin: Teinplo of Fashion, CI 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
catch trade, but will guarantee that
their stock of toys, etc., will be sold
at bed-rock prices. All they ask is
to inspect their stock nnd learn
prices. 880 lm.
A laugi: lot of chromos at very
low priccf at King Bros.' Art Store.
For Head stones or Monuments go
to T. J. Naglc, corner Queen & Ala-
kca street. JB" Read his' circulars.
Tun undersigned hnvo opened nn
employment olllcc on Meek street
next to the Chinese newspapor
ofllce, where persons wanting Cooks,
"Waiters, Gardeners or Laborers will
find it to their advantage to give
tlicin a call. Chinese interpreting
also attended to on reasonable tcims.
873 2w IIO FON & LEE PAT.
CATTLE & HORSES.
ABOUT 1150 HEAD OF CATTLE,
ALL ages and sl.os, and Including
Milking Cows, Calves, Heifers and
Steers. Will sell In lots to suit intend
Ing purchasers, but prefers to sell all In
ono lot. Also several good borccs. A p.
ply to MRS. COSTA,
822 tf luilihl Valley.
EOS to inform tho public that ha has
per Mariposa, an elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladles', and Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
NO. 10 !
No. lO! No. lOl
WE BEG TO CALL ATTENTION
.J ut Received, and which arc
Now Being Exhibited
No. 10 Store.
A largo assortment of
Toys, &c, &c,
And a variety of articles suitable for
present, during the coming season,
which wo offer at
874 4t J. T. WATER1IOUSE.
. Alakcn, nenr ((iit'cn St.
C. J. H.vitUEi;, Proprietor.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings and Finish always on hand.
sy Orders promptly attended to. ia
Hard mul Soft Sfovo Wood,
370 Cut and Split. 3m
Families and other, in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same In quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con
JP. 13. OAT,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'j Building,
801 Queen street. if
totiii; i.Aiiir.H or iiooli;i,u
DRESSMAKER, having relumed'
1ms resinned business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curltd in
all the uowist Miades.
Corner of Klup and Riclmid Stieets.
IS HEREBY given that I will not bo
responsible for any debLconliacted
In my nami'vlthoiitiny written order.
Honolulu, Nov. 10,1831. 805 1m
flMIE undersigned, who has inadu nr
JL ra.igcmcnts for opening n Portu.
gueso School, will also glvo lessons in
that language to foreigners understand
ing French. For particulars apply to
M. A. Gonsalvcs & Co., 57 Hotel st.
810 tf J. A. M. OSORIO.
DIARIES FOE 1885
J. I. OAT, JR. & CO'S.
Has just received per Miirlroui,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmoru'a Mined Meat, Cranberries,
Whlttakor'a Star Ham, Huron,
Lard, Cal. Cheese, Kits M'lekcrel,
Kits Salmon Bellies,
Kegs Family Beef, Kegs Pork,
Now Orleans Monsses,
Saloon Bread, Crackers, Potatoes.
California Sweet Potatoes
Family Flo-ir, Wheat, Corn,
OaU, Bran, Onions, &c, &c
For Freight or Charter.
A THE BGTNE
Apply nt tho
844 lm Pacific Navigation Co.
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
" TEMPLE OF
01 and C3 Fort Stmt, opposite
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & CO'S
INToav on DEx:liilit;ioii.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Eli., Etc., Etc.
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paint.s, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing; Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
Family Grocers, - -
Apples and Crapes,
Eastern Oysters, in shell and tin,
California Roll Buttor, on ice,
Pickled Buttor, Assortod Nuts,
Maplo Syrup, Popcorn, Star Hams,
Kennody's Cream Biscuits, In small tins,
And a full line of Froth Staple GroeorieH.
loluud OrderH solicited. Telephone Xo. 240. I O. Bo 2!)7. (703
U. D. FHKl'.TII.
W. C. I'KACOCK
23 Xiuinmi Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
(Gonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFKH FOB SAI.fi
At tlie Lowest Market llute
a inrse and well selected dock of
the. Choicest and niont Favorite
S.C, &c, &c.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
tuil order llllud promptly.
Txlephono -10. 1 O. Box lifiO.
the New Bink Building.
. ooursr & co.
Etc.. Etc., Etc. 4
ki:nni:dy & co.)
67 & 69 .Hotel St
vx. S S Alameda,
Kogsol Anchovies, Bottlos Anchovies in oil,
Kegs Spiced Dutch Herrings.
Kogs Soused Pig's Feet,
Now England Boiled Cider,
J. F. BKOWN,
Special attention glvtn to Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Heeordfi senichcd, and plans Kliowlug
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
Particular intention paid to Tourists'
Baggago, Parcels, Eto, Delivered in
anyjpart or tho City promptly
and with care.
Orders left at Hammer's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 02. .No. of Yagon(l 68 & CO.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakka St.
Trees und Saddlca of all kinds inado to
order and repairing Harness, etc., dons
in snori notice. All orucrs promptly nt