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MONDAY, DKO. 1, 1881.
Diamond llrml, Deo. 1, 3 p.M
Light N. E. wind.
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
KOK SAN' FHANCISCO.
Murlposn Loaves Honolulu, Dec. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Jan. 1st
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
, Kon Auckland and svunhy :
Stmr Australia Nn v 2!)
Foil SAN 1'UANCISCO.
Blmr City of Sydney Doc. 21
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Stmr V G Hall from Windward Port
Stmr C It lllshop from Kiuial
ltktno Klt'iip from Port Townsend
Ilk Hope from 1'ort Tuwnsciul
Schr Mnuuokmvnl from Kooliiu
.Schr Rob Rov from Kophnt
Schr 'Wnllelo from .Mallko
Schr Kaulkenoiili from Koholalclu
Schr Ehuknl from AV.ilnlua
S S Alameda for San Fnuieltco
Stmr Llkcllkc for Kaliulul
Schr llaleakala for Pcpeckeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnau for Windward Torts
Stmr Planter for Knunl
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lalialtia
Schr AVnllclu for Mnllko
Schr Ehuknl for Wniiilua
Schr Mnnunknwnl for Koolau
Schr Rob Itoy for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Brig Tawara, La Quen
Jigttio Hazard, Tieniey
Hark Abblo Carver, Pendlutou
Tern Evn, Wlkmitii
Bark Hope, Penhallow
Bktnc Kitsap, Robinon
For San Francisco, per S S Alameda,
Deol V Center, J H Henderson, Mrs
Simpson and child, Miss Lamb, C A
Burklcy aud wife,. I J Drlscoll, A Lyons
and wife, 1) M Cedgc, E B Thomas, H
Lilian!, Geo Courtney nnd wife, .rauiet
Kimball, P High, O li Graham, Daniel
Turner, .1 Gomloy, G Leonard, J Lock.
MJoy, J Hansen, Mary Goinley, CUas
Frnsher, W Fenncll, Mrs MoAullffe, .r
Sheeley and 3 Chinese.
From Port Townsend, pel1 bk Hope,
Nov 30 A Carter.
From Windward Ports, per W G Hall,
Nov 30 A S Cleghorn, .1 A Buck and
.sou, M Greeublatt, J Hoick, H Center,
Miss A Dixon, W S Stltz aud about 50
From Kauai, per C It Bishop, Nov 30
A S Haitwcll, W II Rico and son. S
Mahoe. 0 31 Cooke, W Molcr, O Iscn
berg.H WDlinond, C Wlntlc, 1) Kaae
Schr Bob Boy brought 200 bags rice.
Stmr Planter sails toTmorrow at 5 pin,
for Kauai aud Nlthau.
Schr Manuokawal brought 800 bags
rice and 300 bags paddy.
The turn Eva was docked this morn
ing to load. She will sail on or about
the 10th Inst.
Tho Abblo Carver sails tills day at 4
pm for Hongkong with about 200 Chi
Stmr yv ft Hall brought C000 bags
sugar, 113 bags coffee, 1)0 bags awn and
17liidcs. Shu sails on Wednesday, at 4
Stmr OK Bishop brought 70" bags
sugar, 01 bags rice, 3 1 bags pia, 70 hides
and 2 horses. She will be laid up for a
Tho bktne Kitsap, Cant Robinson, ar
rived yesterday, 31 days from Port
Towuseud with 093120 ft rough lumber,
1S3830 ft dressed lumber and 101JC M
shingles. She Is consigned to Haekfcld
The S S Alameda rook 0237 bags su
gar, 890 bags rice, 2CS9 bnchs bananas,
101 bdls green hides, 31 dry hides, 14
sheep skins, 399 bdls sugar cane, 11 bdls
leaves, 39 sks and 5 bxs coin ($ 12,134.53) .
Domestic value $00,009.05.
Tho bk Hope. Capt Penhallow, was
towed In port this morning. 55 days
from Port Townsend, with 591,258 ft
lumber. 100 M shingles, 18 spars, 13
knees, 200 sks oats, 1 sewing machine, 1
baby carriage, 1 picture audi bx apples.
She had southerly winds and calms all
tho way. Was 0 days in sight of Muni.
fu tills city, Nov. 20th, Etna Dora
thca, daughter of C. F. Wolfe, aged ono
year and seven mouths.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Guini:a pigs for sale. Sec adv.
Red painted roofs are becoming
Send along our share of tho gold.
500,000 will do to-dny, tho vest
Full moon to-morrow night, boys
and girls. Several riding parties on
Tin: ' Tiscv has discovered a now
school in Honolulu. It is called tho
Tin: wantcd-to-bo greenback bank
is receiving a fresh coat of dark green
paint on tho outside.
A mixtixg of St. Andrews' Guild
Mill bo held on Thursday evening at
tho usual hour and place.
To-MOitnow evening tho Royal
Hawaiian Band will give a full moon
concert at Emma Square.
No person can really thoroughly
enjoy thoir dinner without having
some machine made poi. Try it.
Secums your tickets for the con
cert Snturdny evening.
How about the Wnilrikl racket on
Saturday night? Who arc tho two
hundred pcoplo that got so badly
' Tin: largest shippers of sugar by
the Alameda were, Irwin & Co.,
3010 bags; Brewer & Co., 2C41
bags; Davics & Co., 2C03 bags.
The superintendent of the Marino
Railway lias compelled tho owner of
tho leprous cat, referred to on Sat
urday, to put the wretched crcaturo
out of the way.
Whim: tho bark Hope was lying
off Maui becalmed, the sailors caught
a shark 28 feet long. The tail of the
monster now ornaments the Jibboom
of the vessel.
Tin: regular meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, P. & a. m., will bo
held this evening at 7.50 i. m.
Business, election of ofllcers. Visit
ing brethren cordially invited.
Tiic football match on Saturday
afternoon at the Makiki grounds be
tween the Pacific Slope and Rocky
Hill clubs, resulted in favor of tho
former by two goals to nothing.
Pkaxk Mullor, tho quack medi
cine chap, was committed for trial
this morning to the January term of
the Supreme Court on n charge of
perjury. Bail was fixed at S500.
Jhst inside the gateway leading to
the barracks, two Held pieces have
been places in position, on cither
side. Behind them is a group or
heap of cannon balls. Is the army
Wn have something to look for
ward to this week in the shape of a
grand concert b' the Symphony Club
on Saturday evening at the Y. M. C.
A. Hall. There is goiug to be a
very full house.
Tin: S. S. Alameda left at noon
sharp, taking very few passengers.
The band was on tho wharf and.ns
the steamer departed played Aloha
Oc, God Save the Queen, Star
Spangled Btviincr, and of course
One of the baker's dozen of dogs
kept in tho four houses opposite tho
immigration sheds, yostcrdaj' bit a
little boy,son of Mr. Jas.Lylc, on the
hip, drawing the blood. "No one can
pass that way without having two
or three cross dogs fly out at them.
A vr.nr large congregation attend
ed at the Kaumakapili Church last
evening to hear Mrs. Lcavitt deliver
a lecture on temperance. The
greatest attention was" paid to the
lady's remarks, which were inter
preted bv the Rev. A. O. Forbes.
Tin: heaviest rain storm that the
district of Ilonokaa, Hawaii, has
witnessed for years, occurred on
Saturday evening, November 22nd.
It commenced at 0 r. si., and began
clearing off at 10 r. m. Tho rain
gauge at Mills' store registered
2.58-100 inches for the four lours.
To-jioimow (Tuesday) evening
there will be a church sociable at
tho residence of the Rev. E. C.
Oggcl, Pastor of the Bethel Union
Church. All the members of the
congregation and the pastor's numer
ous friends arc invited to lie present.
It would be as well to state that tho
pastor's residence adjoins that of
Capt. Ilobron, Nuuanu Valley.
Some of tho so-called native law
yers know as much about law as tho
Hawaiian dandy. On Saturday Mr.
Holokaliiki noted an appeal in tho
case of Frank Midler, a quack doc
tor, who was recently fined 8100.
Tho fine has been paid, but this
" learned " lawyer makes an appeal,
thinking ho will get tho case tried
before a Hawaiian jury and get his
client off. His Honor Justice Bick
crton informed him, however, that
a foreigner had his case tried before
a foreign jury. Such instances of
ignorance appear every day.
Alameda's mail numbered
letters, aud 1,233 packages
and papers. Of the packages, which
numbered about -100, many were
probably New Years presents for tho
" old folks at home," not forgetting
tho youngsters. Tho Zealandia, on
tho 21th Nov., also took a mall to
'San Francisco, so that the above
statistics include only a single week's
correspondence. Tho next mail,
which leaves on tho 16th and nr
rives at San Francisco
will afford another seasonable op
portunity for sending holiday pre
sents to any part of tho United
Mn. E. 1. Adaui3 held a sale of
real estate this noon. Lot 1 resi
dence of the Into Simon K. Kaal at
Palatini, was sold to A. G. Ellis for
$7,000. Lot 2 a vacant lot on
King street, to Jno. Spencer ,and D.
W. 1'ua for 81,350. Lot 3 Ahu
puaa of Lanihati Nui, situato in
Kona, Hawaii, to Mr. II. N. Green
well for $1,130.
spector General of Immigration, ar
rived by the W. C Hall' Sunday
morning from Hawaii. During the
week ho ha3 visited the plantations
at Waiohinu, Hilea and 1'ahala, Kau
district. Everything is going along
very smoothly, the health of tho
laborers being as good as could be
expected. Where the Chinese arc
fed by their employers, they are in
better health, than where they feed
themselves. On the plantations
visited, Portuguese labor exceeds
any other nationality.
,- . .
. Ok Saturday afternoon, about
half-past three o'clock, a young
nativo boy got on to a horso without
saddle or bridle, near the Bay Horso
saloon on Hotel street. The animal
got frightened and dashed along the
street at a fearful galop, with the
boy on its back. Just as it was
going to turn the corner of Hotel
and Maunakca streets, a young man
by the name of Albert Bray made a
dash at the little boy, pulled him off
and knocked tho horso right down.
It was a daring piece of work, but
was most successfully accomplished,
and probably saved the boy's life.
The horse was not injured. The ex
citing event attracted a tremendous
crowd of people.
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer "Alameda," his new and
elegant stock of Christmas goods,
all of which are now ready for
inspection and sale. Among the
numerous and varied stock, are,
scrap books, ;i ijrcat variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very fine,
bill books, purees, girls' work boxes,
very choice, flower baskets, clothes
baskets, a new lino of brackets,
whisk broomholders, doll carriages,
picture cord, picture wire, hand
bells, tracing wheels, both single
nnd double, individual castors, cake
baskets, card receivers, child's sets
of knife, fork and spoon, vases,
brush sets, and celluloid sets, trans
parent window pictures, velvet
frames, a few elegant fancy cabinet
frames, bouquet stands, gift cups and
saucers, mustache cups and saucers,
tin toys, iron stoves to cook in, little
jockeys, mechanical warsman,' toy
lumber mill, a fine new lino of
pocket knives, and an especial line
of ladies pocket knives, also scissors,
and an elegant assortment of Christ
mas cards, that must bo seen to be
appreciated at his store' opposite
E. O. Hall & Sop, on Fort street.
For Head stones or Monuments go
to T. J. Naglc, corner Queen & Aln
kea street. JOQf Read his circulars.
875 lin. '
A cooo stock of Ebony brackets
always on hand, at King Bros.' Art
Store. 882 3t
Messks. Benson, Smith & Co. have
recently been appointed agents in
these Islands for the Great California
Insecticide " Buhach." This pre
paration is positive death to Fleas,
Roaches, Flies, Chicken Lice, etc.
Tub Temple of Fashion, Gl and 03
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 guarantco that
their stock of toys, etc., will be sold
nt bed-rock prices. All thoy ask Is
to inspect their stock and learn
prices. 880 lm.
Tin: undersigned have opened an
employment olllcc on Meek street
next to tho Chinese newspaper
ofllce, whero persons wanting Cooks,
"Waiters, Gardeners or Laborers will
find it tc their advantago to give
lliein a call. Chinese interpreting
also attended to on reasonable terms.
873 2tv HO FON & LEU PAT.
Saturday, Hov, 29,
Chas. J. Fished
$5000 worth Silver presents
Will bo given away during
Castors, &c, &c,
to every customer purchasing to the
amount of S2.50 wortli
S2,500 wortli of Toys
ami Christmas Presents will bo
given away during this salt)
to every customer buying $1 wortli
Don't Ituy To.yn lor VhriM
miiM, but rull ut once at
Corner Fort & Hotel Sts.
hen, no:ir 4fcuoc St
C. J. Hakuki:, Proprlejor.
Contracting & Building:
Mouldings and F'nish always on hand.
ST" Ortluw promptly :illeiiile(l to. -Cia
ttni'd mill Soft Wlovo Wsul.
670 Out nnd Split. 3m
Families nnd otlieis In wnnt of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Cat) obtain the name in quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con.
XT. 15. OiVJL
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Buliop & Co.V
Bank, nnd will be happy to attend
to nnv lMMnct. entrusted to ills en re.
T8 HEREBY given that I will not bo
JL responsible for nny debt conUuctcd
in my naiiin without my written order.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1831. -805 lm
rpilEumlorslgued, who linn mnilu ar
JL rangonients for opening a Porlu.
gueso School, will nlho givo lessons in
that langungo to foreigners understand
ing French. For particulars npply to
M. A. Gpnsalves & Co., 57 Hotel si.
850 tf J. A. M. OSOKIO.
J. I OAT, a & GO'S.
For Freight or Charter.
Krr a nr A T3 T )
JCX JO J JO. JtV XJ,
Apply nt tho
841 lm Pacific Navigation Co,
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS'
On or about
01 nud 03 Fort Strtot, opposite
Grand Holiday Sale of
Christmas Goods at Auction.
At Lycan & Co's Store, Fort Street,
On Saturday Night, 'December 6th,
At 7 o'clock,
Pictures, Steel Eirarais, Alfiro-Typs, Statoary,
Oil Paintings, Frames, Brackets, Guitars,
AccordoonB, Toys, and a general
Assortment of Bric-a-Brac Goods.
Especial accommodation for
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
DILLINGHAM & Co!
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Elc.
Fonce AViro and Staples, Kerosonu Oil a specially.
Paints, "Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing: Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &e.
Apples and Grapes,
Eastern Oysters, In shell and tin,
California Roll Butter, on ico,
Pickled Bultor, Assorted Nuts,
Maplo Syrup, Popcorn, Star Hams,
Kennody's Croam Biscuits, in small tins,
Ami ii full Hue of Fi-chIi Staple Groceriex.
Isiund Orders vdicltcd. Telephone No. 2 10. P. O. Box i!&7
O. I). FllKETH. W. C. I'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIEIT
i (General Commission MerolianU,
OFFElt FOK SALE
At the Invent Mnvlcct Itnte
u lurau and well selected stock of
tlifJOIiolceM and most Fnvorlfo
&c, Ac, &c,
All Goods Guaranlcod.
and orders llllod promptly.
P. O. Uox 3C0.
WZWZXZZJtKL&.X3X . .! .
December 1 st,
the New Bank Building.
Mk COHN Sc CO.
ladies attendiug this sale.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KHNNEDY It CO.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
c.v S S Alnmcdii,
Korjsol Anchovies, Bottles Anchovies In oil,
Koqs Spiced Dutch Herrings. .
Kegs Soused Pig's Feet,
Now England Boiled Cider,
J. F. BROWN,
Special ntti'iitlon given to Surveying
in Honolulu mul vicinity.
Records searched, nnd plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Work, Fort Si.
Baggage, Parcels, Eto, Dolivored in
anyjpart of tho City promptly
and with caro.
Ordrrii left at Hammer's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone C03..No. of Wagon C8 & CP.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakea St.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds mada to
order and repairing Harness, etc., dom
In short notice. All orders promptly at
tended to. 603 ly