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SATURDAY. NOV. 7, 1385.
Stnir Kinau fiom Windw.ud PoiU
Stnir Llkcliko fiom Kalmlnl
SlinrMokolll from Mulokal
Slim-.Ins I Dowsett from Mojokal
Sehr Leahl from Ilnuttlcl
aclir Wuloll from Knnltlalu
Sclir ITalcakala fiom Pcpeekeo
Sclir Mnuiitiknwiii fiom Koolnu
Sehr Small it TCHa ftom Koolaii
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Ilk) ins W IT DIuioihI for Sail KinuoNro
Ilk .lupltcr for San Ih-nnuKeo
Bk Lady Huron ood for Hongkong
Stmr Kinau for tlio Volcano and other
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr .las 1 Dow sett for Molokal
Stmr Jns Makeo for Kiipaa
Sclir Waloll for Kaalualii
Sehr Manuokawat for Koohiu
Sclir llalc.tkala for Popcckeu
Hehr Leahl for Jlanalci
VESSELS IN FORT.
Bk Jupiter, .Tones
Bktne W 11 Dlinoml, IJoudlett
MisMonnry hktnu Moinlnjr Star, I Biav
Bk Lady Union ood, "William
Bktne UUcovety, MeycH
From Kalmlnl, per Llkellke, Novem
ber 7 MUi L Dnirlon, Mis C Doiriou,
Mr TJffre, S lI:urlon, E M "Walsh, Miss
Mary Alexander. Col S Xoirls. Chas
Copp and wife, 15 11 B.iiluy, A Barnes
and 101 deck.
From Windwaul J'oits, per Kinau.
November 7 E G Hitchcock, I)r C 11
Welmoie, .1 A Scott, M! M A Chani
bcilain, A Lidgnte. Mrs AV P Luma
belhel, F W Glade, A Ucveiell, r II
Purvh, 0 A .T Gunning, Miss 15 MUt, L
Aeu. 0 Baker, A Smith, J A Kaukau.
Afook, Kanika, C B Makee. wife aud L
ehildicn. P. Tones, nlfp and 2 ehildrcu
and 10!) deck.
Stmr Kinau brought 1,3S!) bags of
sugar, T horse, 238 goat skins, 57 liides,
T whale boat, 100 pkgs of sundries.
Stmr Kinau sails Monday afternoon for
the Volcano and "Whulwaul Poits.
The schooner Anna, McCulloeh, ai
livcd at Mahukoua on the Gtli, 20 days
from San Francisco with mciehaudisc
for S. G. Wilder & Co.
Stmr Likcllkc sails for Kahului and
liana on Tuesday afternoon. She
hi ought li0 bags "of sugar.
Stmr Lchua sails Wednesday.
The bnik Ceylon was lowered from
the Maiinc Hallway this afternoon and
the steamer Jiu I l3owett and schooner
Emma weie hauled up.
The sailing of the Lady Haiewoodi
poMponcd until Monday. She w ill take
about 200 Chinese passengers.
LOCAL & CENERAlTeWS.
Hawaiian Masonic Lodge' this
S. S. Mahii'osa fiom San Fran
cisco is due on Monday morning.
Gosi'i:r. temperance meeting
the Bethel Union vcslry to-night.
Coi.. Sam Norris arrived in town
this morning from San Francisco via'
Tin: captain of the schooner
Manuokawni repoils u deluge of
vain and strong winds at Koolau
Dn. Emerson is changing his
place of residence to 19G Fort
Street, formerly occupied by Capt.
Wk regret to learn that Mr. Peter
Dalton, harness maker, on King
street, had a, stroke of paralysis this
Tin: Band will play at the Hotel,
Monday evening, a heaity Hawaiian
welcome to the passengers by
A oooi) attendance was at the
Yosemite Kink last evening, the
ladies out-numbering the gentle
men. Music to-night.
Look out for your horses ! The
steam roller will be to work on Mer
chant street, between Foitand Nuu
anu, Monday morning.
Go and have a good laugh at
Murphy and Maginnis, in the grand
Liverpool Steeplechase, Royal Aus
tralian Circus, to-night. ' ..
It is said that the artesian well on
Kahuku Kanch, this island, has
been abandoned after a depth of
100 feet had been reached.
Duck? and chickens, to the nuni
of two dozen, were stolen, a few
evenings ago, from the piemiscs of
Mr. C. J. Fishel at Makiki.
Pautioulaiis of the effects of the
late Queen Kinma, to bo sold next
Wednesday, are given by Messrs.
K. P. Adams & Co. in this issue.
Tin; woul "professional" instead
of "amateur" in yesterday's edi
torial was a self-evident mistake,
that the context fully cleared up.
An expectant crowd of the rising
generation was watching the bisected
ourtaln at two o'clock, to see the
Jolly junipers come into the ring.
A kit-ctai. ad. in this issue tells of
good things Lewis & Co. will have for
the eating public after tlio steamer
comes in on Monday.
ii i i. i m .in.i i
Mr. N. S. Sachs' display of new
goods will bo ready on Tuesday,
Look out for his new announcoinont
in Monday's Bulletin.
A I'l.r.AsuKAnu: time was had at
the Central Park skating rink last
evening. Tlio roller coaster was
running its lottnds with a rolling
Tm.tiE is n clean sheet on the
Police recoul book to-day. The
city, therefore, owes his honor, Jus
tice Bickerton, one pair of white
A horsi: ran away with a break
on King street, in the direction of
Palama, at half-past two this after
noon, and was still running at last
Tin: S.S. Kinau will leave on
Monday afternoon, after the arrival
of the Mariposa, for her Volcano
route, touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea, Mahukoua, Kawaihae and Ililo.
Tin: large colored lamp that hangs
in front of the Keystone Saloon ex
ploded at about 10 o'clock last
night, and dangerous flames played
for n few minutci about the portals
of the building.
Tin: sloop Sarah was sold at auc
tion this noon on Brewer's wharf by
E. P. Adams & Co. to Mr. Charles
Phillips for $112. His Majesty was
there and the attendance was good,
but the bidding was slow.
Kino Bros.' art store will be
open to-night, when several of
Taveuiier and Strong's pictures will
be displyaed before the screen.
Otremba's statue of Kamehamelia
I., in wood, is also on view there,
as well as a great number of other
Sugau has gone up, but our prices
have not. .King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 170 3t
Exci-.llent Cambridge Pork Sau
sage this afternoon at the City Mar
ket, Nuuanu street. Give them a
A splendid poultry lay-out at
noon to-morrow, Sunday, at Barber's
Chop House, corner of Queen and
Alakea Streets. It
Lost On Thursday last, a breast
pin, with the work "Mizpah" on
it. Reward to the finder on return
ing it to this ollice. 171 tf
N. II. Bakcock, formerly man
ager of the Central Park Skating
Rink, has taken the Rink, and will
keep the Rink open every evening
except AVcdncsday. Tuesday and
Friday evenings, admission to ladies
free. Music, on Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday evenings.
1G0 lw N. II. Babcock.
flST LOOK OUT FOR HENRY
DAVIS & CO.'S SPECIAL AN
NOUNCEMENT ON ARRIVAL
OF THE S. S. MARIPOSA. -a
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4 :30. The
following is the programme:
Overture .Tolly Bobbers Suppe
Duet Tioubadour Verdi
Gavotte Imperial Faust
Cavatina The Pirate Bellini
Waltz Under the Linden Gung'l
Quadrille Covent Garden Cootc
Y. M. C. A. Bible class
young men at 9.45 a.m
praise service at G.30 im.
Fout Street Church. Sunday
School at 10 a.m. Preaching by
Pastor Cruzan at 11 a.xi. By re
quest of the W. C. T. U., there will
be a union meeting of the Bethel
and Fort Street churches at 7.30
i-.M. It will bo a Centennial Plat
form Temperance meeting. Brief
historical papers and addresses will
be given, showing the rise, progress
and gains of the temperance cause
during the past hundred years.
Bi:tih:l Union Cmmcii. Sunday
School at !M5. The Rev. E. C.
Oggcl, pastor, will preach at 11 a.m.
Subject, "Dead." In the evening,
tho congregation will participate in
the union temperance meeting in
Fort Street Church.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. The
Rev. Geo. Wallaco will preach iu the
morning and the Bishop of Honolulu
in tho evening. Sunday School at
Roman Catiioi.io Catiikmiai.,
High mass, at 10 a.m. From to
inouow up to February next in
cluded, the evening religious service
(Benediction of tho Blessed Sacra
ment) at the Roman Catholio Cathe
dral will take place at 4 i'.m. instead
of 4,80. All other services as usual.
Last night the Honolulu Rowing
and Yachting Association undertook
to legislate for the whole aquatic
fraternity, with only six members
present, namely: His Majesty, pre
siding; Col. C. P. Iaukca, Col.
Purvis, and three delegates from
the Honolulu Club.
The resignation of the Myrtle
Club was received and unanimously
accepted, while letters of resigna
tion from the Eclipse and Kapiolanl
Clubs were laid on the table.
It was resolved to have a separate
stake boat for each crew to turn In
A motion to reconsider the rule
allowing defeated seniors to enter
as juniors was rejected, although
the Honolulu delegates were in
structed to the contrary and were
Col. E. W. Purvis was elected
Vice-President of the Association,
in place of Mr. Wundcnburg, of
the Myrtle Club, withdrawn.
His Majesty nominated the fol
lowing Regatta Committee, to make
all necessary arrangements for carry
ing out the programme for the re
gatta on the King's Birthday: Col.
C. P. laukea, Iolani Club;' Colonel
E. W. Purvis. Kaiulani Club ; Mr.
James G. Spencer, Honolulu Club ;
and Mr. J. Camara, Knickerbocker
The opinion entertained by the
members of the Myrtle Boat Club is
that a certain few persons want to
run the Association so as to corner
the Myrtles, because they are afraid
to meet the latter by fair means in
the open field. This is the reason thej'
give for the withdrawal of their
Club from the Association.
A Honolulu member says the
Myrtles withdrew simply to break
up the Association because they
could not control it. It might seem
strange that the Myrtle's resignation
was accepted, and not that of the
Eclipse or the Kapiolani clubs. But
the Eclipse had not really joined the
Association, being unable to compete
with any crew ; and the Kapiolanis
were inlluenced by the Myrtles, as
both their resignations were in the
same handwriting. The Myrtles had
been barred out of all races of the
lGth, not because the other clubs
are afraid of them, but the constitu
tion of the Rowing Association rules
that no club that is not a member
thereof shall enter a boat in the
One of the members'of the M3'rtle
Club contends that the constitution
does not contain such a regulation
as that last mentioned, and says the
independent oarsmen will get up a
square regatta by themselves if de
barred from that of the close cor
poration. The Honolulu Club will not enter
a senior crew in the regatta, owing
to their oarsmen not having had
. MISSION CONCERT.
The meeting at Fort street Church,
on Wednesday evening, was opened
with reading of the scriptures and
prayer by Pastor Cruzan. J he acl
drcssqs were varied with singing,
Miss Maggie Hopper ably presiding
at the piano.
Rev. F. Damon said, for himself
and Mrs. Damon, that though they
often felt isolated in their work,
yet the apparent results were cheer
ing. The status and needs of the
work among the Chinese had been
fully outlined in their report to the
Hawaiian Board. The Chinese
church in this city is prospering.
Congregations are larger than they
were in any previous year. New
faces are seen at every meeting.
Last year the roll was enlarged by
the admission of 15 new members,
12 men and 3 women, and G joined
by letter. Services are held regu
larly. The boys' school has been
well attended, the average being
about 50. The girls' school num-
bored from 20 to 30. Getting hold
of the boys and girls is one of the
most encouraKinp; elements of suc
cess in the work. A large and com
fortable hall is being built in the
rear of, the church. It is hoped
when this hall is completed that it
will Gc of good service in counter
acting the injurious effects of tlio
Chinese secret societies. Tho build
ing will soon be ready to open. On
the other islands, tho work is going
on favorably. At Kohala, Hilo,
Maui, aud Kauai missionaries and
corpoiteurs are constantly at work
under the auspices of different so
cieties. There have been admis
sions to tlio churches at all tho sta
tions, except Kauai, during the year.
From oije of these churches cornes
a promising young Chinese who is
now commencing a course of study
for the ministry. Ho had been in
'tho hospital, where- he was visited
by some members of the mission.
During his convalescence, he was
led to an examination of the Chris-
tian religion, and embraced it. He
was cast out, and vilified in every
possible way by his countrymen.
This work holds on its way by
taking hold of spiritual forces, and
depending upon a mighty Power.
The Chincjo work makes a loud
call on the sympathies and daily
prayers of the Christian public.
A great problem in the social life of
the Kingdom is to bo coped with.
There are many openings for work,
but tho mcan3 for carrying it on arc
limited. Tho opening of a reading
and mission service room for Chi
nese, on Hotel street, has been a
long felt want, and would be a very
desirable arrangement, but so far,
the funds have not been stifllcientt
There arc many who cannot enlist
in this service themselves, but they
can render valuable aid by contri
buting of their gold and silver for
the purpose. There is no need of
referring to New York, London or
Naples, there is a plague spot
right in Honolulu. Words cannot
picture the awful scenes often wit
nessed in this eity.Hj Honolulu is
said to bo a dull place, but if any
thing is inspiring it is to help others,
and there arc abundant sources of
such inspiration to make life hero as
fresh and lively as anyone can de
sire. A new Chinese missionary of
distinction, Mr. Lechler, of Hong
kong, will be hero shortly and will
make a tour of the islands. The
speaker closed his remarks with mi
urgent invitation to "come over and
sec us at the Chinese Church on
Wednesday evenings, or other
Prayer was offered by the Rev.
Dr. Bingham, and a hymn sung,
when Rev. C. M. Hyde, J3.D. came
forward and spoke of mission work
among the Hawaiians.
The same feeling as that express
ed by Dr. Damon, isolation was
experienced by himself. It seemed
as if the Christian people had grown
away from the mission. It is impor
tant that this work be not neglected.
Unless christianized the Hawaiians
will prove a source of harm instead
of good to all having anything to do
with them. Of the 57 native
churches on the islands one third
are without pastors. This tells of
need and neglect. In one district,
the pastor is engaged during the
week in keeping store. The natural
tendency of the Hawaiian is to go
down, unless supported, when any
sustained effort is required. Stu
dents graduated from the North
Pacific Missionary Institute, are
settled as pastors at different points.
A good work has been done by John
Kalama in his evangelistic tour. S.
L. Desha is doing excellent work iu
Kona. He hopes soon to bo able
to spend some time in evangelistic
work on Kauai. Mr. Bond has re
signed his charge iu Kohala. The
matter of church charters is coming
up. As the natives are growing
fewer it is becoming more and more
ditticult to hold church property.
At Wailuku, progress seems for
some reason or other to be at a
standstill. The great obstruction to
progress everywhere is drunkenness.
At Lahaina tho church is hardly
holding its own. At Molokai, the
teacher of the English school 'has
died from the effects of a fall from
his horse. He was a great center
of vitality and activity in every good
work. The lepers there are begin
ning to feel their power, as may
have been noticpd m the recent
affray there. The order sent to
the settlement for the removal of
children to a place utterly unfit for
them, seems to have been an act of
wanton stupidity. In Waialua, the
church in Mr. Parker's care, seems
to be in healthy and flourishing con
dition. Kaumakapili is now under
the management of the natives.
Boys are taken in off the streets and
cared for. Nahoa has distinguished
himself in this work. Other churches,
generally speaking, are in a favor
able condition. In the seminary
there arc twelve students. A meet
ing with Japanese is held on Sun
davs in the Y. M. C. A. Hall.
There is an attendance usually of
six, which is a respectable propor
tion of the 38 Japanese now in the
city. There is at present in the
Punahou College, a Japanese stu
dent, Aoki, who goes down to the
immigration depot on Sundays and
preaches to his countrymen. He is
a nephew of the Japanese pastor of
tho church in Tokio.
Professor Mcrritt gave an account
of the doings from day to day at
Punahou College. Each morning's
woik begins with ,from 10 to 15
minutes' devotional exercises. In
the boarding department, the re
lig'ious life of the students is made a
matter of earnest attention. The
teachers are all warm hearted chris
tian workers, and, in their inter
course with the students, recognize
tho great importance of character,
and regard its best development as
being a matter of as much conse
ouence as the college curriculum.
Tho spirit displayed by the young
people seems to bo exceptionally
crood. It is vcrv rarely that n
gross violation of rules occurs.
When wrong is done, there is gener
ally a commendable disposition to
acknowledge it. Tho fathers and
tho mothers might take a day occa
sionally to go out and see the insti
tution, and encourage both teachers
and students by their presence.
Mrs, Southwick gave an account
of mission operations in Fowler's
yard. Every Sunday a Bible class
is held, when tho room is crowded.
The majority of them attend no
other Sunday school. A class for
Germans and Norwegians to learn
English, has been started. When a
mission chupel and day school are
established, tangible evidences of
progress will undoubtedly appaer.
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Mrs. McCulIy also gave an ac
count of other services in the same
locality. A sailor from the whale
ship Capo Horn Pigeon recently
attended one of the meetings, and
made an excellent speech and an
affecting prayer. A former attend
ant on these occasions now living on
Kauai said that a Monday evening
never passed without his thinking
of the meeting in Fowler's yard.
The proceedings " of the evening
closed with prayer and the bene
diction by tho pastor.
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A HARE chance for securing a deslr.
on the easterly side of Makiki Street.
adjoining tho mauka side of Mr. Walter
Seal's place. A very pleasant neigh
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water in tho street from the Makiki
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St'm Candy Factory
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu ami Kort StJ.
Has uluiiVH on hand the largest Stock
of Candies both Plain and Fancy, guar,
mitecd to bo STRICTLY VUHE.
AVUoluHulo mill ISctn.il. I
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of u Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Slr.cs'always on hand, ornamented
In any Style.
Pastries of All Description Mado to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Duy.
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TEMPLE OF FASHION.
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LARGE RED FISH I
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For low rates of Freight, apply to
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tomers that I have removed ray
place of business from No. 8 Hotel
Lincoln's Shop, King Street,
when: 1 will lie on hand to attend
to all ordeH for
Houso and Ship Painting, Paper
' Hanging;, etc.
at prices to suit tho times.
C. B. PATTERSON,
ICO lm Lincoln's Shop, King Street.
'TMIE undersigned beg leave to Inform
j, uic puniiu mat tncy nave openea
an office at
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