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TUESDAY, DKC.2, 1881.
H 8 Australia from Han FiancWco
StmrMokolll from Windward Toils
Heine Consuelo fioin H F
Selir Ilnlnbow fiom Koolnu
H a Australia for Australia
Bk Abblo Carver for Hongkong.
Stinr Klnau for Windward l'oits
Stmr Planter for Kanal
Sebr Ncttlo ilcrilll for Lahnlua
Schr Ehiiknl for Walalna
Schr Mnnunknwal for Koohui
Schr Hob Hoy for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Hall for Windward Ports
Schr Kcknuluoht for llmialcl
.Schr Wallolu for Mnllko
Schr Italnbow for Koolnu
Stmr MoKollI for Windward Ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Brig Tawara, La Gucu
Bgtnc Hazard, Tlerncy
Tern Evn. Vlkumit
Bktnc Kitsap, Kobluson
For Maul per Llkellke, Deo 1 lion A
F.Tudd, Ills J2x Gov JO Domlnls, Ills
Ex Paul Neumann, W I- Wilcox, W O
Smith, F Jlarcos, LI Cheung, J Austin;
J M Poepoe, D Kelllkoa. Miss Mary
Wilder, lion S u wuuer, .i jj smun, u
J OUIlUIHUll, lin Jn:i-3l, -'113 nivalin. n,
HFHIslng, 11 W Cathcart. Miss A W
Bannister, Mts II Meyer, E 0 Hind and
about 100 deck.
From San FrancNeo per Australia,
Deo 2 Mr and Mrs W It Bagley, Mrs
Bcavans, Miss Barrhigcr.
For Australia per S S Australia, Deo
From S F per bgtno Consuclo Dec. 2.
Miss 11 Clulstic, Mis Macaulloy, Miss
E Taylor. L Vanentlnei W B Kaplan,
Miss I McShane, John Xelll, J A Bell,
l C... .l.in. "tan 1nla f Ku fncoilinil
The repairing of the schooner Kekau
luohl is completed. She is loading for
The S S Australia had strong S E
winds and heavy seas throughout tho
Thd llalla has changed her berth to
take in ballast. Sho has about 100 tons
of coal yet to discharge. Her time of
sailing is not yet known.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
How's your chill-BlaincV
The Court left for Lahainn yester
day by the steamer Likclike.
A situation' as manager or sales
man in a stoic is wanted. Sec adv.
Tub Honolulu Rifles meet at the
Armory this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Luwis & Co., Hotel street, have
got a lot of oranges at ridiculous
by low prices.
Havi: you seen George Fassett's
face to-day? It is the picture of con
tentment. Don't pass A. L. Smith's store
without taking a peep at his fine dis
play of Xmas goods.
C. .1". Fishcl's leading millinery
"store is qiic of tho attractive places
in town for holiday goods.
Capt. Mclntyrcprides himself on
having the strongest and finest fence
in town. So say we all of us.
"Wk arc glad to state that the Glean
er's Society's fair held on Saturday
afternoon netted the sum of 250.
Eiilers & Co. arc selling a really
good Black Gros Grain Silk 21
inches wide for 81.00 per yard.
DoN't forget the sociable which
takes place this evening at the resi
dence of Rev. E. C Oggel, Nuuanu
The French steamer Bordeaux
arrived in San Fiancisco, November
10th. She was 10J days in going up
from this poit.
Exvnuss drivers arc notified that
if their number is not painted in
black on their lamps after the 5th
of this month, they are liable to be
Mie. J. W. Yamdlcy will resume hi.
class in vocal music at the Y. M. C.
A. Hall tula (Tuesday) evening at
7.30 o'clock. Tho pupils are re
quested to bring their books.
Anyone finding a pair of spectacles
will bo rewarded on leaving them nt
this ofllcc. As they have been fitted
by an oculist to tho owner's eyes,
they nrc of no value to anyone else.
Miss Brceso will bo pleased to
have nil tho members of tho Young
People's Christian Tempcranco
Union attend tho regular monthly
business meeting in the vestry of
Foit Street Church, this evening, nt
Notice is given that nil bills due
the firm of J. H. CoiircIoh & Co., of
which Mr. Hamilton Johnson is mali
nger, must bo paid at once, or they
will bo placed in the hands of a
l)n. (J. L. Fitch has resigned his
position nt the Dispensary nnd
Branch Hospital, Kaknako. He
Intend leaving the country by the
S.S. Mariposa on the 15th inst.
Mn. Tregloan'8 new stock of
boy's clothing, hats, caps nnd ties
just received by the Alameda is on
exhibition, and should be inspected
by everyone requiring anything in
The regular Christmas Vacation
of all Government Schools in the
Kingdom, will extend from Friday,
the l'Jth of December, to Wednes
day, tho 7th of January, 1885, on
which date the first term of the now
year will begin.
Mn. E. J. Waller has opened n
meat market on Punchbowl street
nenr King, which will be known as
the Kawaiahao market. He will
keep the best of meat, and have
beef, mutton and veal always on hand.
Dont fail to give him a call.
A salute of 38 guns was fired at
noon from 'the shore battery in honor
of the election of Gov. Cleveland ns
President of tho United States. It
was done at tho instance of the
chairman of the Democratic com
mittee of live.
In the Supremo Court this morn
ing before Justice McCully the will
of the late Hon. Mrs. B. P. Bishop,
with two codicils, was admitted to
probate and letters testamentary
ordered to bo issued to Chas. R.
Bishop and S. M. Damon, the execu
tors therein named.
Own Kau correspondent informs
us that the sugar crop of the Pahala
plantation promises well, and if not
equal to last year's, will be very
nearly so. Also, that that district
has recently been visited with a
couple of earthquake shocks of a
more severe nature than usual of
Fon sale, cheap, two splendid oil
paintings of Mr. Blaine and Mr.
Logan, two American gentlemen.
They have been hung up once, and
then only for five minutes and n
half. Tlicy nrc Nott common pic
tures by any means, and the owno
regrets very much to part with them,
but circumstances compel him.
At n meeting of Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21, held last evening, the U.I
lowing olllccrs were elected:
Brother Robert More, W. M. ;
Brother J. II. Boyd, S. W. ; Brother
T. Hughes, J. W.; Biothcr W.
Johnson, Secretary; Brother Mal
colm Brown, Treasurer. Tho in
stallation will take placo on St.
John's day, December 27th.
The P. M. S. S. Australia arrived
off port this morning at 1.30 o'clock,
after arathcr long and rough passage.
Sho was detained in San Francisco
waiting for the European mails.
Shortly before 7 o'clock sho proceed
ed on her journey to the Colonics.
Consul McKinley forwarded by
the Alamcdn yesterday, a number of
articles as representing Hawaiian
products and . manufactures. They
were addressed to Representative C.
S. Hall at Washington, D. C, to be
sent by him to the New Orleans Ex
position, and will be .exhibited by
tho Stato Department of tho United
A veuv interesting ceremony took
plncc nt the Fort Street Church Inst
evening. The Rcy. J. A. Cruzan
united in mnrringo Mr. Herbert C.
Austin to Miss Mnrion R. Robert
son. A large number of friends
were present, and the church was
tastily decornted with flowers. Mrs.
A. F. Judd presided nbly nt the
organ, plnying among other selec
tions, Sodcrmnn's Swedish Wedding
March nnd Mendelssohn's Wedding
Mnrcli. Later a reception wns held
nt tho residence of His Honor Jus
tice Austin, Nuunnu Vnlley, which
wns nttended by a Inrgo clrclo of
friends. Tho presents were numer
ous nnd clcgnnt.
ISIIEUEIJY given that 1 will not bo
responsible for any debt conducted
In my nnmc without my written order.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1894. 805 lm
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Band will play nt Emma
Squaro this eVcning, nt 7 :30. Tho
following Is tho programme :
March Waapa nana ka fio Bcrgcr
Selection Plnnfoic, (by loqucst) ....
Cornet Polka Bellona Tnust
Itfuilulsccncei of Bellini... ....Godfrey
Medley Plcaaut Memories.
Echo Piece Kn Ilea n lllku .
Dlmond's latest circulnr is shoit
but none too sweet. It says:
"The Eastern sugar market has
continued Hat and dull with very
light transactions. Sales show lower
basis. Centrifugal 0C per cent,
nominal nt 5jj cents in New York."
A despatch from Haip Hong of
Nov. 23r.d says: "Heavy fighting
is expected in Tonquin. Large
bodies of Chinese nrc nppronching
the French forces in various direc
tions." A despatch from Hong
kong, Nov. 24th, says: "Reports
of a French victory in Formosa arc
fabrications, and their successes in
Tonquin are ovcrrntcd. Tho French
invaders arc at a standstill, and their
operations arc confined to tho Delta
in Tonquin, and Kclung harbor,
Formosa. The Chinese arc assum
ing the offensive in both Tonquin
nnd Formosa. Befoic tho French
can resume the aggressive, they must
have an additional 15,000 men in
Tonquin and 10,000 in Formosa.
,An expedition to Peking would be
cheaper in the matter of both men
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer " Alameda," his new and
elegant stock of Christmas goods,
all of which arc now ready for
inspection nnd snlc. Among the
numerous nnd varied stock, nrc,
scrap books, in yrcat variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very Jine,
bill books, purses, girls' work boxes,
very choice, flower baskets, clothes
baskets, a new line of brackets,
whisk broomholdcrs, doll carriages,
picture cord, picture wire, hand
bolls, tracing wheels, both single
and double, individual castors, cake
baskets, card receivers, child's sets
of knife, foik nnd spoon, vascs,
brush sets, and celluloid sets, trair..
paicnt window pictures, velvet
frames, a few elegant fancy cabinet
frames, bouquet stands, gift cups and
saucers, mustache cups nnd saucers,
tin toys, iron stoves to cook in, little
jockeys, mechanical warsmau, toy
lumber mill, a fine new line of
pocket knives, and an especial lino
of ladies pocket knives, nlso scissors,
nnd an elegant assortment of Christ
mas cards, that must be seen to be
appreciated at his store opposite
E. O. Hall & Son, on Fort street.
Okanoes for sale at your own
price, at Lewis & Co's, Hotel street.
For Head stones or Monuments go
to T. J. Nagle, corner Queen & Ala
kfca street. JO Read his circulars.
A good stock of Ebony brackets
always on hand, nt King Bros.' Art
Store. 882 3t
Mnssus. Benson, Smith & Co. have
lcccntly been appointed agents in
theso Islands for tho Great California
Insecticide "Buliach." This pre
paration is positive death to Fleas,
Roaches, Flics, Chicken Lice, etc.
Thk Templo of Fashion, CI and 03
Fort street, informs the general
public that they will not give their
toys and holiday goods away ns
ndvcrtlscd by other retail dealers to
cntch trndc, but will gunrnntco that
their stock of toys, etc., will bo sold
nt bed-rock prices. All they nsk is
to inspect their stock and learn
prices. 880 lm.
Tin: undersigned havo opened nn
emnlovmcnt olllcc on Meek stre'et
next to tho Chinese newspaper
ofllco, where persons wanting Cooks,
Waiters, Qnrdcncrs or Laborers will
find it to their ndvantngo to give
them n call. Chineso inlcrpieting
nlso nttended to on rcnsonnble terms.
873 2v HO FON & LEE PAT.
Qreat SUver QiTt Sale
Saturday, Nov. 29,
Chas. J. Fishers
$5000 worth Silver presents
Will be given away during
Butter Duhes, '
Castors, &c, &e.,
to every customer purchasing to the
amount of $2.50 worth
82,500 worth of Toys
nnd Christmns Presents will be
given away during this sale
to every customer buying 81 worth
Don't Buy Tojm for Ohrist
ninH, but call at once nt
Corner Fort & Hotel Sts.
In nlil of the fund oftlio Slew
Si Andrews CaWral
to lie lie 111 In tlic
Y. M. C. A. HALL
Frliluy Al'tcrnooii A turning.
DEOEMBEIt 12tli, 18S4.
The Ladles who will
various tables ns given below, will bo
glad to receive any donation of articles,
IlerMaicBty Queen ICnpIolanl,
Her Majcstv Queen Emmu,
Mrs. .1. Ailuu.
H. H. II. Princess Llkellke,
Mrs. G. L. Frceth.
Mrs.iT. II. Davlcs,
Mrs. T. 11. Walker.
Mrs. T. May,
Mrs. It. P. Dlckcrton.
Miss Grace Robertson.
Plum Pudding Table:
Miss Maud Kelly,
Miss Kate Mclntyrc
' Mrs. Puller,
. Mrs. S. C. Allen.
Honolulu, Nov. 21th, 1881.
Gentlemen owing hills to AVUllnm
Pennoll will please call nml pay heforo
tho Mth of December, nny hills owing
him will he paid on presentation, by
m nt JUr.; r, Uiuton's Harness wore
No. 03 Kinjistrcet, Honolulu. 870 2w
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
" TEMPLE OF
01 nuil C'J Fort Street, 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, consisting of
Pictures, stud Emmiis, Allro-Tw, Statuary,
Oil Paintings, Frames, Brackets, Guitars,
Accordoons, Toys, and a general
Assortment of Bric-a-Brac Goods.
Especial accommodation for
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
DILLINGHAM & Go.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
CIs.. Etc.. Etc. trJmT
I'oncu "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a .specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c. '
Applos and Grapes,
Eastorn Oysters, in shell and tin,
California Roll Butter, on ico,
Pickled Buttor, Assorted Nuts,
Maple Syrup, Popcorn, Star Hams,
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits, In small tins,
Ami a l'nll line of FrcMh Staple Groceries.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. IJox 2&7
a. V. FItKEllI.
W. C. l'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
. HONOLULU, 11. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
JGonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFER FOlt SAL12
At the IiOivent .llnrlcet Itatu
ii ifiruo nnd wel selected stock of
thi'Choleestnnd most Fnvorlto
&c, &c, &C,
All Goods Guaranteed.
nnd ordou 111 led piomptly.
Telephone 40. P. O. llox liCO.
the New Hank Building.
. OOHN &: CO.
ladies attending this sale.
Etc., Elc, Etc.
KU.NKKDY & CO.)
- 67 ft 69 Hotel St.
ex S S Alameda,
Kegs of Anchovios, Bottles Anchovios in oil,
Kogs Spiced Dutch Herrings,
Kegs Soused Pig's Feet,
Nov England Boiled Cider,
J, F. BROWN,
Sprciul attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu nnd vicinity.
Records Fcaichcd, and plant! showing
titles caiefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Ulock, Fort St.
! POI !
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tliu huiiio In quantities to
suit by leavlug orders and con
IT. U. OAT,
At Pnnlllc Navigation Co.' Hulldlng,
801 Queen htreet. tf
GEO. E. SHEEMAN.
No. 8 Maunakua St.
Trees nnd Saddles of all kinds mado'to
order nnd repairing Harness, etc., done
In short notice. All orders promptly at