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THURSDAY, DEC. -I, 1881.
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OCEANIC 3. S. CO.
UU 8Jt KIIANCISCD.
Mivrlpoii Luives Honolulu, Die. 15
Ahituodi....Lenvei Honolulu. Jan. lt
PACJHG MAILVS. CO.
FOll AUUKIAND AN!) UVDNI'.Y!
Stmr Australia Nov 29
KOIl SAN P1IAKCI8CO.
Stmr Oily of Syilnoy Dec. 21
Bk 0 0 Wtmoro tram I'm t Tow Wild
Stmr Iwnlnui fiom Hniniiktm
Schr Kauallnnl from llannlcl
December 4 .
Schr Kniuol for LiuipMiochoo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jus 3Inkcu for Oalm and Kiuml
Schr Knwutlaiit for Ilunalel
Stmr Iwalanl for Unuinkua
. VESSELS IN PORT.
Jtgtuo Hazaid, Tlerwy
Tern Eva. "Wlkinau
Bnik llalla, Tornecoliu
Bnrk Hope, Penluillow
Bktno Kitsap, ltpbiniou
Bgtuu Consuclo, Cousins
From Kauai and Oahu, per .las Mn
kec, Dec 3 3lIJL,DaIs and 2 chil
dren. . , ,,
For Wlndwaid Foils, per A G Hall,
Deo 3 J M Audcison. Oapt L Mar
chant, S K Kala, W It Bagley and wife,
.T Ilolek, and JI A Smith.
Fiom Hainnkua, per Iwalanl, Deo 4
Father Theodore, Miss E Hairy and
The dredge Is at w oik off Brewer's
whaif. It cannot tako Its dheet course
of digging on account of evcml vessels
being ni the way.
Stmr Iwalanl sail? to-monow for
Hamakua at 4 v. M.
Capt Davis has leslgned his position
as captain of the steamer C K Blshon to
bo succeeded by Mr. Macauley chief
olllccr of the Iwalanl.
The Capt of the steamer .las Makec
reports very rough weather at Kauai.
The Kllauea wharf was washed away.
Stmr .las Makee brought 1200 bags of
paddy. Sho sails to-monow at 9 a. si.
Stmr Iwalanl bt ought 877 bags of
Schr Hawaiian! brought COO bags of
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Kxki" the St. Andrew's Fair in
Tnuni: is sonic talk of : Peoplo's
Bank being started.
St. Andrews Guild meets this
evening at 7.!tt) o'clock.
. O-. '
AVnr.N is that single scull tace
coming ofl between Gcoigc Markliatn
and "Walter Giffaul?
Tnu building at Kawaiaho ceinin
nry, in which the fire tool: place
yesterday, is insured for 4000 in the
Fireman's Fund Iusuianco Co.
Mnssns. II. Ilackfcld & Co. have
got three sizes of iron tanks for sale.
Also iron bedsteads suitable for
laborers and servants.
Tun finances of the Police Court
have increased so much of late, that
Deputy Maishal Dayton has been
obliged to purchase a largo safe.
Tnum: was a tiemendous haul of
mullet licarDiamond Head last even
iug. As many as twenty weie sold
for half a dollar in the fish market.
Tiic Fire Police and several mem
bers of the department wish to thank
Mr. F. 11. Ocding for conveying
them to tho scene of tho fire yester
day in one of his express wagons.
Tickets arc selling rapidly for tlife
Concert on Saturday crcning by the
Symphony Club. The programme
to bo presented is au excellent one
and a crowded house is expected.
All fathcis and mothers arc invit
ed to hear Mrs. Lcavittjs temperance
address at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall this
evening at 7.00 i m. Subject, How
intemperance- ruins our homes.
. : .--.
" Ltoxs & Levey will hold their re
gular cash salo to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock. A lot of furnituro,
sugar, express wagon and a dark bay
saddle maro will be included in tho
Tin: remains of nn English travel
ler had been exhumed for interment
in tho familyvault. AVlicu the colIln
Ayas opened tho spectators started
back in affright. "Why, these appear
to be tho remains of a lion." "Yes,"
replied a nephew, with a, sigh,
"that's tho lion Jlmt- ate him up;
unclo's insklo of lilm."
A special meeting of the share
holdeis of the Hawaiian Carriage
jUanufautming Co., will bo held
Filday, December 10th, at' 10 a. St.,
at their olllcc, No. 70 Qiiccn street,
for the ptuposi! of altering tho by
Pokuman J. II. Lloyd, of Euginc
Co. No. 4, and Fiteman Kauffman,
of Co. No. 1, were about the first at
the fire yesterday at Kawaiahao
Seminary, and assisted the gills in
throwing water on tho ilamcs, work
ing like Trojans.
Kxrixss drivcis will do well to
bear in mind that if they dilve their
caniuges without the lamps having
the numbers properly painted on
them in black figmes, they will be
liable to arrest. Tills now law takes
effect Satuulay morning.
Tnum: (hunks in the Police Court
this morning weic fined SG each.
Keopuhiwa, Thomas Pa and Gus
Dclix, for violating express rule 21,
wcio reprimanded and discharged.
Sam, for larceny of a coat from
Isaac Testa, was remanded until to
morrow. Tin: following gentlemen were
appointed yesterday by the Cham
ber of Commerce to endeavor to
induce the Government to bring the
silver ctu rency in circulation down
to the amount of 8350,000 : Mcssis.
J. O. Caiter, T. R. Walker and J.
A match foot race, distance one
mile, will take place between Jacob
Sims and Charles Gannon for $100
a sjdc on New Year's nf toi noon at
the Makiki rcci cation grounds. 850
a side forfeit is put up. It is jpossi
blo that other races may take place
the same afternoon.
Lkuov W. Bccman a drayman in
tho employ of Geo. W. Macfarlanc
& Co., died ycstcrlu3' afternoon at
his residence corner of Punchbowl
and Beretania streets from heart
disease. lie was a native of Sag
Harbor, Long Island, and has been
on these islands about 1G years. His
funeral took place at half-past two
o'clock this afternoon from St. An
drews Cathedral, tho Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh conducting the sen-ices.
Ix the Civil Court this morning, a
Chinese express driver named Fook
Shin sued a young man by the name
of Con Curtain for SIC for fares out
to Kapiolani Paikand back. Cm tain
went out to the Park in the plain
tiff's hack with three other men.
While out thcto ho picked up some
female acquaintances, and after hav
ing some coffee and a danco on tho
road, brought them back to Hono
lulu as his guests. Arriving iu the
city he jumped out of tho carriage
and ran off, forgetting to pay the
driver. He had tho carriage from
9 o'clock until after 12 o'clock mid
night. His Honor gave judgment
for plaintiff for $11 and costs, mak
ing a total of 815. G5 for his night's
spree. Moral: Do not impose on
Chinese express (hirers.
The Rev. W. A. Swan has resigned
his position as head master of Iolani
College, and will probably leave on
tho next steamer for a new field of
labor in the Australian Colonics.
Mr. Swnn came to those Islands
about thiitecn years ago and engaged
in school work in the Anglican mis
sion, for some time at Wailuku,
Maui. About six years ago ho re
turned to England and entered St.
Augustino's College, Cantcibury.
After graduating with high honors,
ho returned to Honolulu, was or
dained a deacon, and then assumed
tho duties of head master at Iolani
College. Ho was soon afterwards
ordained priest. Since ho has been
in charge of the school, it has mado
wonderful progress, some excellout
scholars havo been turned outuand
at tho present time its planding is
first class. Wo wish Mr. Swan
success wherever ho goes. His
successor at tho College is expected
to anivo from England by the
A monster Radical demonstration
iu favor of the abolition of the House
of Lords was held in Hydo Park on
a recent Sunday. Orcr a hundred
thousand persons wcro present. A
long procession with bands and flags
marched through tho principal streets.
Tho marchers groaned while passing
tho headquarters of tho Conservative
clubs. Many banners wcro (lis-
played bearing inscriptions: "Down
with tho Lords;" "The Lords are
the opponents of civil and religious
liberty and must be abolished."
Speeches were delivered from nine
platforms, at one of which Miss
Jessie Craigcn, a well-known agita
tor, prcsidct. Resolutions declar
ing the House of Lords useless and
dangerous and that it ought to be
abolished were adopted. No speeches
were made by members of tho
House of Commons.
BEFORE THE WALL STREET PANIC.
Bank Cashier "Well, what do
Tramp "Only a little matter
Cashier "Business, he! What is
Tramp "I want to borrow a pen
and ink and one o' your bank checks."
Cashier "What for?"
Tramp "I will make out u check
en you for 850, and you ccitify to
it, and I'll take it mound the corner
to a policy shop, nnd if I win $200
I'll give you S100 for your trouble."
Cashier "You will have to go to
New Yotk, then. We don't do busi
ness that way." Philadelphia
HE WAS DftK ON TIME.
Husband (they had just leturned
from their wedding trip) "If I'm
not homo from the club by ah 10,
love, you won't wait "
Wife (quietly) "No, dear (but
with appalling firmness) I'll come
Ho was back at 9:15 sharp.
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer "Alameda," his new and
elegant stock of Clnistmas goods,
all of which arc now ready for
inspection and sale. Among tltc
numerous and vaiicd stock, arc,
scrap books, in yreat variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very Jinc,
bill books, purses, girls' woik boxes,
very choice, llowcr baskets, clothes
baskets, a new line of brackets,
whisk broomiioldcts, doll carriages,
picture cord, picttuo wiic, hand
bells, tracing wheels, both single
and 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
sauccis, mustache cups and saucers,
tin toys, iron stores to cook in, little
jockeys, mechanical waisman, toy
lumber mill, a fine new line of
pocket knives, and an especial line
of ladies pocket knives, also scissois,
and an elegant assoitincnt of Clnist
mas cauls, that must bo seen to be
appreciated at his store opposite
E. O. Hall & Son, on Foit stieet.
Wk arc a little out of the way, but
it will pay you if you want anything
in our line, to call and see us. King
Bros.' Ait Store. 885 3t
Okaxgus for sale at your own
price, at Lewis & Co's, Hotel street.
For Head stones or Monuments go
to T. J. Naglc, corner Queen & Ala-
kea street. JCSy Bead his circulars.
Mussus. Benson, Smith & Co. have
recently been appointed agents in
theso Islands for the Great California
Insecticide " Buhach." This pre
paration is positive death to Fleas,
Roaches, Flics, Chicken Lice, etc.
4 879 5t
Tub Temple of Fashion, 01 and 03
Fort sticct, informs tho general
public that they will not glvo their
toys and holiday goods away as
advertised by other letail dcaleis to
catch 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 learn
puces. oou 1"'
Tin: undersigned havo opened an
employment olllco on Meek stieet
next to' tho Chinese newspaper
office, whcic persons wanting Cooks,
Walters, Gardeners or Laborcis will
find it to their advantage to givo
them a call. Chincso interpreting
also attended to on reasonable terms.
878 2w IIO FON & LEE PAT. i
A SITUATION us Manager oranles
niftn iu u btore. Speaks Hawaiian
and bus had twenty years' experience.
Apply nt 12. C. Fishlioiirnu & Co.'s olllee
No. 1 KiuUuimiuiu street.
88'J lw W. O. XCKDHAM.
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFIOB over Bishop & Co.'
Bank, ami will ho huppy to attend
to any bnsluess entrusted to his care.
Great Silver dill Sale
Saturday Nov. 29,
$5000 worth Silver presents
Will be given away during
Castors, JL-c, d.c,
to every customer purchasing to tho
amount of $2.50 worth
S2,500 woithof Toys
and Christmas Presents will lie
given away during this sale
to every customer buying SI worth
Don't Buy Toys for Christ
nuii, but call tit once nt
Corner Fort & Hotel Sts.
In mi! oftho I'uiiil ot'.tlio Xcw
to lipltl In tho
Y. M. G. A. HALL
Frliluy Aftoriioou A. IHrnlncr,
DECEMBER ltli, 1884.
The Ladles who will preside ut the
various tables ns given below, will he
glad to lecelvuny donation of articles,
Her Mnjosty Queen ICnplolnnI,
Her Majesty Quicu Emma,
H.R. H. Princess Likcllke,
Mrs. G. D. Freeth.
Mh.T. H. Davles.
Mrs. T. II. AVnlkcr.
Mrs. T. Jlay,
Mrs. It. P. Blekcrlon.
Miss Grace Robertson.
Plum Pudding Table:
Miss Maud Kelly,
Miss Kuto Melntyre.
Mrs. M. P. Robinson,
Mrs. S. O. Allen,
Misi Wldcmimn. ' '
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
01 nud 03 Fort Stmt, opposite
Grand Holiday Sale of
Christmas Goods' at Auction,
At Lycan & Co's Store, Fort Stroet,
On Saturday Night, December 6th,
At 1 o'clock, consisting of
Pictures, Steel Eipafiis, Allre-Tyiies, Statny,.
Oil Paintings, Frames, Brackets, Guitars,
AccordconB, Toys, and a general
Assortment of Brica-Brac Goods.
Especial accommodation for ladies attending this sale.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
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DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Etc., Ctc.
Fence AVire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing: Goods, Plated Ware, &ci, &c.
Apples and Grapes,
Eastorn Oystors, In shell and tin,
California Roll Buttor, on Ico,
Pickled Buttor, Assorlod Nuts,
Maplo Syrup, Popcorn, Star Hams,
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits, In small tins,
And a lull lijic of Fresh Staple
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 2 10.
a. d. viu'.etii.
AY. C I'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
'All Xnnnmi Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
(.Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOll SALK
At tho liowewt .lfiu'kvt Knlc
u Jurat) nnd well selected stock of
tlii'ICItoIccRtnnd most Fnvorliu
&c, &c, &c,
All Goods Guarantood.
tnd orders fllltid promptly.
P. O. Box !J0O.
the Now Hank Building.
8. OOJEEN &z CO.
Etc,, Etc., Etc.
KK.NNr.DV ft CO.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
ox S S Alameda,
Kens ol Anchovlos, Bottles Anchovlos In oil,
Kegs Spiced Dutch Herrings.
Kegs Soused Pig's Fool,
Now England Boiled Cider,
J. E. BEOWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
In lloiiolttlu mid lrlnlty.
Records ECiirchcd, and plans showing
titles cnrcfully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Tort St.
Fiimlllcs mid others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Cnn obtain tho same in quantities to
suit by leaving orders nud con.
IP. 13. OAT,
At rnolflo NiiUeallon Co,' Building,
01 Qui.cn street. if
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maumuca St.
Trees uml Saddles of nil kinds made to
order mid repairing Harness, etc.
In short notice.
All orders promptly at