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MONDAY, DKO. 8, 1881.
Hlmv Planter from Kmml
M H Mnrlpofti from Han Franelw)
Hehr Kokiiuhiohl from llanaloi
Sohr Kluiknl from Walaltta
Sclir Rliukiit for Walalua
Htnir I.lkellko for ICahulul
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lalutlua
.Schr Loahl for Koholulolo
Sclir JIannokawal for Koolau
Hehr Wnleliu for Koloa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Htnir Kluaii for Wlndwaid 1'oiN
Stmr J.ohua for Windward 1'orH
Stmr Planter for JCanal
Sclir Kekauluohl for llanalcl
Sclir Hob Jtoy for Koolan
VESSELS 111 PORT.
Brig T.iwara, l.a Gueu
Bgtnc Hazard, Tlernoy
Tern Eva, Wlkmau
Hark Ilulla. Tornecohii
Bark Hope, Pcnhallow
Bk 0 O Whltmore, Calhonti
llktne Kitsap, llobliison
Bktno Eureka, J.co
Bktno Kllkltat, CutleY,
IJgtno Cousuclo, Coinlns
S S Mariposa, llayward
From Windward Ports, per I.ohtia,
Dec 0 K .T Klchohi' and wife.
From Kanal. per Planter, Dec 7 U X
Wilcox. A S Wilcox, II Wilcox, P
Opfcrgclt, A Young. 0 Scliolt, Mls
Halm. L Tlteomb, Mrs W 11 Devcrcll,
Miss Fredonberg, MUs Sherman, Geo
Mundon, J Knniclciiiil, Mr Clmrchow,
Mr Gaton. Ah Sang and Ah Low.
From San Francisco, per S S Mari
posa, Dee 8 W G Irwin, Prof W I)
Alexander, 0 Trefusls, D O Guthrie, T
II Davlcs, 0 Melnerny, 0 Bicnlg and
wife, 0 II White. L A Thurston, L
IIowpou, 11 Pacheco, II II Garstlns, Mrs
.T Phillips and 2 children. Dr A W Tall
oferro, Mrs A Drown, Gen Peter Saxo
and wife, Mrs 0 D Wells, Jerry Simon
son's son and heir. Mrs S Clarkon, Mrs
V W Dartlctt, Mls K Flint, X S White,
MUsXcllie While, JIUs J'. F Jordan, Z
IC Meyers, Miss D F Jones, O Dolte,
Mrs P A Callllian, M lllehtcr, W S Day,
P Smith, W II Bailey and 205 in Moor
age. SHIPPING NOTES.
Lelma brought 1170 bags of
Schr Ehukul brought 1220 bags pad-
ilv and lflhldcs.
Schr ICckaiiluohl brought 273
sugar and 200 bags paddy.
The W II Bosic left Portland, Or,
about Xov luth. Slie a 111 stop here for
Stmr Planter brought 1707 bags sugar,
r7:ibags paddy, 30 bags i Ice, 22 hides
and 20U sheep.
The fetmr Lehua was 11 days and 12
nights on her last trip. She had very
rough weather and could not land
freight at several places.
The bk Column which arrived off port
la-t Saturday, has :t,"0 Chinese 'pas
sengers from Portland', Or, or Hong
kong. She sails this morning after
taking in provisions and water.
The bark Ophelia arrived atAstoihi
Tho Dl-eovcry and Clans Sprockets
left San Francisco Xov. 27th for this
In this city, December C, 18S-1, to tho
wlfo of Dobert If. Douuolly, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
St. Andrews Fair on Friday.
Oat & Co's.
Cards at J. M.
It is rumored Gen.
The Ilakulau and Ookala Mills
linvo commenced grinding.
i -fc- '
Wc extend our- thanks to Purser
Guard for a lato file of papers.
A ciinsTNUT horse, newly clipped,
is advertised as having been lost.
Du. Hull has lost a dark red horse,
and offers a reward for its recovery.
II. Davics, British
arrived by tho Mari-
Two cottages at Palama near the
Reformatory School arc announced
Tim stormy weather of last even
ing rathe? thinned the attendance at
Tin: rain fall at Honokaa for tho
month of November was G. 30-1 00
inches at Mill's store.
Jerry Simonson's son and heir
arrived by the Mariposa. IIo is a
bonnio little fellow.
Tins morning wo overheard Brown
.telling Smith that machino made poi
had cured bis dyspepsia.
Lnwis & Co. received per Mmi
posa, salmon, oysters in tin & shells,
celery, caulillowcrs, grapes, pears
and wild hare, nil on ice.
A conuKsi'ONMOT asks that tho
attention of the Hoard of Health be
called to a dead horse lying at the
Mounted Police stables, which en
dangers tho health of tho residents
of that locality.
Tun now regulations and rales of
faro for,carringC3 liavo recently been
printed in English and Hawaiian.
O.ni: young man who attended the
conceit Saturday evening, mistook
tho saxophone for u llsli horn. It
lias certainly a resemblance.
Ciiuistmas Cards, Albums, and
Toy Hooks arrived this morning by
the Mmiposa for J. M. Oat it Co.
Tlioy -v ill be sold almost diitchcap
Tim salo of holiday good3 at
Lycan & Co.'s, Saturday evening,
was largely attended. Mr. Livcy
the auctioneer wielded tho hammer
in his usual bewitching maimer.
Tim olllccrs ofTl. 11. M. S. Swift
sure played n match game of cricket
in San Francisco, November 2'Jtb,
with a local team. Scoic: San
Francisco 120 ; Swiftsuro 05 and -12.
IIakai.au Plantation Co. stock
was cpioted at -10, on the slock and
bond exchange, San Francisco, Nov.
29th. Four was asked and 3A bid
for Hawaiian Commercial Co.'s
Cot,. Geo. W. Macfarlanc has
purchased the gas franchise granted
to W. G. Elmore and others by the
last Legislature, and has already
ordered the pipes from Glasgow.
Tim Ilcv. W. A. Swan preached
at St. Andrews Cathedral last even
ing, taking Ills text from the 13th
chap of St Maik 33d. verso ; "Take
yc heed, watcli and pray: for yo
know not when the time is."
Tim S. S. Mariposa arrived at
half-past eleven from San Francisco.
Amongst her passengers ,wc welcome
back: "W. G. Jj-win, Prof. Alexan
der, L. A. Thurston, W. II. Hailcy,
Z. K. Meyers and C. Holle.
Fiianic Metcalfe, for assault and
battery on his wife, was fined this
morning 810 and costs, and ordered
to give a bond to keep the peace
towards her for one year. This is a
sad case, and the result of opium
TiiniM is a young Englishman
travelling round this Island. IIo
climbs to tho highest points, and
carries a little tent with him, in
which he sleeps. His only susten
ance is tho bread fruit. He was last
seen at Kailua, and states lie is
doing all this for his health.
i i' i - -.
TiMitr. will be no further negotia
tions or operations in China until
the full force of 25,000 French rc
cnforccmcnts have arrived on tho
field of operations. In the early
spring an ' attack is designed upon
Canton by the French land and
Tim New York Life Insurance
Company lias paid, through Mr. C
O. Bcrgcr, agent, to Mi-. A. Jaeger,
executor, the sum of twenty thou
sand 'dollars, tho amount of tho
policy on tho life of the lato F. T.
Lcneban, within CO days after receipt
of proof of death.
By order of Col. C. P. Iaukca,
Collector-general of Customs, Lyons
& Levey will sell on Wednesday next
at 10 o'clock, -1810 tins of opium
lately condemned for breach of tho
revenue laws. At the samo time
they will sell a large number of etises
of different kinds of Cbincsc goods.
Piiesidi'.st Arthur's message to
Congress contains tho following re
ference to the Hawaiian Treaty :
"The Government of Hawaii has
indicated its willingness to continue
for seven years tho provisions of tho
existing Reciprocity Treaty. Such
continuance, in view of the relations 1
of that country with tho American
system of States, should, in my
judgment, bo favored."
Shohti.y before two o'clock a
horse attached to a carriage belong
ing to tho Fashion Stables, ran away
at afcarful pace from the Post
Office. When near Mr. Kraft's store
it got on to tho sidewalk, and camo
in collision with his carriage- which
was standing on tho road by tho
sidewalk, dragging it along, and col
liding with a native's express stand
ing in front of Cecil Brown's oltlco,
where its career was checked. The
runaway was so near Mr. Kraft's
stoi'o that tho carriago mado a mark
on tho plate glass window in yasa
ing. All tlirco carriages need re
pairs, but tho horses aro not hurt.
Of course a big crowd collected.
Mu, M. H. Do Young, of tho
Chronicle, was rapidly recovering
from tho effects of his wounds when
tho Mariposa left. In tho Police
Couit, on Dec. 1st, tho prosecution
against Emoi son for shooting Sprock
ets assented to a motion for tho
defendant's dischaigo, as his act was
justifiable under tho Code. Tho
Com t took the matter under advise
ment. Sprocket's examination for
shooting Do Young was continued
until Urn 1 1 tli.
His Honor Justice Hickcrlon gave
a decision this morning in tho caso
of C. W. Ashford vs. A. T. Maker,
where the plaintiff claimed damages
for a lioi'bu lie bought of defendant,
represented frco from disease and
not liable to farcy. It died soon
after lie had purchased it and a
pout morion examination was made
by Dr. Mrodic, V. S., his verdict being
that the horse died from farcy. His
Honor summed up tho ease in a very
clear manner, and gavo judgment
for the plaintiff for S135. Defend
ant's counsel noted an appeal.
At a meeting of the directors of
tho Hawaiian Commercial Company,
in San Francisco, Nov. 20th, the
following resolution was adopted:
" Jiaolved, That the directors bo
and they arc hereby requested to
,tako such steps as may bo requisite
to perfect the title of the corpora
tion to its property in tho Hawaiian
Islands, and that they also issuo
negotiable bonds of tho corporation
secured by its property to an amount
sufllcicnt to meet tho present in
debtedness." Mr. Clatis Sprcckcls
was invited into tho room to give his
view on tho bond question. IIo said,
speaking deliberately: "I am will
ing that the stockholders should take
as many of those bonds as they wish.
If they do not want to, I will take
the whole of them." Tho announce
ment was received with applause. A
statement read by the Secretary
showed tfic receipts of tho Company
since its incorporation to the closing
of tho books on Oct. 31st, 188-1, to
have been Sl,'115,888.21, and the
expenditures 82,472,202.71, which
makes the deficiency 81,05G,-101.53.
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer "Alameda," bis new and
elegant stock of Christmas goods,
all of which arc now ready for
inspection and sale. Among tho
numerous and varied stock, arc,
scrap books, in great variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very fine,
bill books, purses, girls' work boxes,
very choke, flower baskets, clothes
baskets, n new lino of brackets,
whisk broomlioldcrs, doll carriages,
pidturo cord, picture wire, hand
bells, tracing wheels, both single
and double, individual castors, cako
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 warsmon, toy
lumber mill, a fmo new lino of
pocket knives, and an especial lino
of ladies poclcet knives, also scissors,
and an elegant assortment of Christ
mas cards, that must bo seen to bo
appreciated at his store opposite
E. O. Hall & Son, on Fort street.
Thu undersigned lmvo opened an
employment olllco on Meek street
next to the Chinese newspapor
olllco, where- persons wanting Cooks,
"Waiters, Gardeners or Laborers will
Hud it to their advantage to give
them a call. Chincso interpreting
also attended to on reasonable- terms.
887 2w IIO FON & LEE PAT.
Ask your grocer for Aldon Dried
Bananas, only 25 cts. per pound.
" 887 3t.
Wi: arc a little out of tho way, but
it will pay you if you want anything
in our line, to call and sec us. King
Bros.' Art Store. 885 3t
For Head stones or Monuments go
toT. J. Naglc, corner Queen & Ala
kca street. AST Head his circuhus.
Tin: Temple of Fashion, 01 and C3
Fort street, informs tho 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
at bed-rock prices. All they ask is
to inspect their stock and learn
IAS & If YEAR
Anyone riot ring u ltlch & Fine Flavored
Can procure them at Lowest I'ricos to
suit tho times from ONE DOLLAU
upwards; quality guaranteed
to bo unsurpasod.
Rich Sauco Givon with Evory Pudding
Horn's Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory and Bakery.
Will also havoon hand the usual huge
assortment of- his, for twenty years
so well-known, Ulch Fruit, Ci
tron, Currant, Pound, Jelly
Both plain and ornamented in his so
well-known stylo and great variety,
and will bo sold at the Lowest
Prices to give every body a
chance to supply them
selves 'with a good
Xmas 1 New Year Gte
Also will have on hand a largo supply of
the so much culled for
Rich Mince Pies
As the undersigned has the largest and
unequalled facilities for manufactur
ing all articles In his line of busi
ness In any quantity, ho U in a
position to sell Cheaper 'than
any other linn in his line
can afford. Plcaso leave
your orders early at
F. HORN'S Steam Candy Factory
and Bakery, No. 7 1 Hotel St.
LADIES who wish to m.iko their own
Minco Pie3 can purchase the Minco
Meat already prepare! for use. l'lcaso
give it a trial as I guarantee perfect
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Saturday, Nov. 29,
$5000 worth Silver presents
Will bo given away during
Castors, &c, &c,
to every customer purchasing to tho
amount of $2.50 worth
$S,500 worth of Toys
and Christmas Presents will
given away during this salo
customer buying 81 worth
Don't Buy Tojh for CIirint
niiiH, but cull at ouiv nt
'Corner Fort & Hotel Sts.
riMIE iiudcrrtlgned, who hns mado nr
X rangements for opening a I'orlu.
giic?o School, will also give Icssoim in
tlmt language- to foreigners understand
ing Viuncli. For jwitlculara apply to
M. A. U011SHIVC3
fi7 Hotel st
j. A. m. osorio.
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
01 nnd C3 Fort Street, opposite
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & CO'S
IVoav on 3ESxUili"tioix.
Large invoices of Goo'Is (of nil descriptions), having been received by mo, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the samo quality qf Good) can be purchased elsewhere In Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My slock consdsW of ail kinds of AJIKIUOAN,
ENGLISH ANb BYDNKY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c-, in Nickel and Silver Plates.
The reputation of my HOME-MADE- HARNESS for superiority of workmanship
and lnuterinl. remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
Thankful for thu generous patronage of the past, its continuance and increase in
Hie lutiiru is rcspcctiuliy
8SG :im Corner
Apples and Grapes,
Eastern Oysters, in shell and (In,
California Roll Butter, on ice,
Picklod Duller, Assortod Nuts,
Maplo Syrup, Popcorn, Star Hams,
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits, In small tins,
And o full Hue of Frcwli Staple (Jroccricn.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone Xo. 2 10. P. O. Box 207
j. e jmowsr,
Special attention given to Surveying
In Honolulu and vicinity.
Records searched, and plans showing
titles caiefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's block, Fott St.
POI ! POI !
Families and othci In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho B.une In quantities to
tult by lo ivlng ordeis and con
IT. K. OAT,
the New Hank Building.
Sg. CJOJEHS Sc CO.
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !
Eolicitcu at mo old stand.
of Fort and King Rtroets.-jHonoluln, II. I.
JCr.NNKDY & CO.)
67 & 69 Hotel St.
ox S S Alamedu,
KcqsoI Anchovios, Dollies Anchovies In oil,
Kegs Spicod Dutch Herrings.
Kegs Soused Pig's Feet,
Nov England Dollod Cider,
JWO. A. PALMER,
Collector, Itenl I-!Htitc,
i!ciicrul BiiHiucHn Agent.
OflUo In Campbell's New Ulook,
8 IB If ItSom No. 7, Up-Stairn.
A FEW CHOICE BUILDING LOTS,
nlfio Hcsidcnco property on tho
l'lnlns ut a bargain.
For lCent Several wull furnished
rooms, In prlwito families gool loca.
tlon. Pleasant rooms for two gcnllc.
men, with privllego of keeping 3 horses
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Buainess prompt
ly, carofully and acouratoly
J. E. WISEMAN,
Gcnornl Business Agent, Merchant St,
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.