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MONDAY. NOV. 23, 1885.
Schr Ehukal from Walnlnn
Stun- Planter from Kmuii
Bktne Moriiliijr Star fiom Hawaii
Stmr Mokoltl forMolokal
Stmr .las I Dow sett for Molokitt
Sehrl.tika for Koliol-ilolc
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
lik Klla for San Francisco
Stmr Klnau for Windward Poits
Stmr W G Hull for Wliulwnul Poits
Stmr Planter for Knunl
Stmr Likcllko for Kalnilul
Schr Eliukai for Wnlnlua
VESSELS IN PORT.
llktne Discovery, McyctA
Uktno Klla, Howe
Buttle W G Irwin, Tinner
Bk Victoria Cioss, Kobcrtson
Bk Martba Davis, Bcnon
Bk (J R Bihop,
Fiom Kauai, per Planter, November
22d A S Wilcox, E Focko, HSiilne,
Miss Annie I.ocll, M Riehtcr and wife,
0 J William, II Wodton, Walter M
Pomroy, 0 11 Robcr, Sam Wo and 21
Bark P. S. Thompson, Capt. Potter,
anived at Kalmlni lust Sunday, Nov.
16th, 20 days fiom PugcLSound, with u
cargo of coal for the II. C. fc S. Co.
The captain says ho expeileuced lough
weather, had live south-east enles be
tween Cape Fluttciy and latitude 3S,
after tliat southerly winds with a fear
ful westerly swell.
Schooner Rosailo, Capt. Swift, ar
livcd at Kahulul, Nov. 10th, 15 day."
fiom San Francisco, witli a cargo of
lumber and general merchandise. The
captain says that it was the loughest
tiip that lie had experienced for three
I The new island steamer Ivy Holmes,
now at llllo, is about 40 tons burden
and is not likely to be of much seivice
oitlie coast of'llamakua, the roughest
place on the islands.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"BooK-KncriNG class, Y. M. C. A.
rooms, 7.30 to-night.
Plentv of time yet to mail the
Bulletin summary per S. S. City o
Tiicuk is nothing like leather, and
Lyons & Cohen have a shoe trade
Tm: annual meeting of the Paci
fic Navigation Co. will be held at
their office on Friday the 27th inst.
The sailing of the steamer Kinau
is postponed until to-morrow on ac
count of non-arrival of mail steamers
King Dom Luiz of Portugal has
sent a letter of condolence on the
death of Queen Emma to King
This morningthe steam roller be
gan operations on King street, by
smoothing the freshlaid covering of
If the S. S. Alameda does not ar
rive in the meantime, the usual band
concert will be given at Emma
About -1 ,000 tons of sugar are ex
pected from the Pahala plantation,
Hawaii, this season-product of the
labor of 325 men.
The Hawaiian lime is proving at
least as good as tho imported nrticle
in sugar-making. See what Mr.
Hoffman says, in an advertisement.
The burning of refuse on a Chin
ese rice plantation at Palama, last
evening, caused somo fear in town
that there was a serious fire out
Singing class nt the Y. M. C. A.
will bo omitted to-morrow night on
account of a reception to be tender
ed tho oiliceis of II. B. M. S. Con
stance. Mn. Edward Betchclor died sud
dsnly at Wniluku, Maui, on tho 17th
last. Ho was aged 53", a native of
England, and had kept a gcncial
store at Wailuku for several years.
ii . .
West, Dow & Co. have wisely
decided to open one Christmas show
window in a pago of the Bulletin.
Their promised auction on Saturday
night will be a line opportunity for
getting first-class goods.
A iua of rice fell overboard from
the schooner Mnnuoknwai this morn
ing, but was saved by the prompt
action of one of the sailors, who
divested himself of somo of his clothes
and was at the bottom of the bay in
Rev. A. D. Miller, lato of San
Francisco, preached ably to a largo
congregation in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral yesterday morning. In the
evening Rov. W. II. Barnes preached
his first sermon since ordination as
Tiieue was a large congregation
at tho Fort street Church last night,
on the occasion of-tho thanksgiving
sorvlce. The decorations wero
beautiful, and tho music was Duo.
A thanksgiving address was given
by the pastor, Rov. Ji A. Crnzan.
To-Jionuow morning His Excel
lency Mr. Merrill, United States
Minister Rcsidpnt, will issue a procla
mation, inviting all American citizens
to observe the National Thanksgiving
on Tliuisclay next. Services will pro
bably be held in St. Andicw's Cnthn
dial and Fort-street Church.
King Bros, have a display of
Christinas and New Year cards
which has probably never been ex
celled In Honolulu. Their window
on Hotel street presents n supcibly
pretty exhibition. Cards in endless
variety, now and bright, with prices
of a range adaptable to any purse,
arc laid out in tasteful order.
Clarke's fern cauls, tho best thing
out for bearing characteristic Ha
waiian compliments of tho season,
arc displayed in the show case.
Also, among other Island cuiios and
articles of utility, shown in one of
the windows, arc shells containing
exquisite pictures of native scenes,
painted by Airs. Thos. J. King.
Yesterday morning Mr. Jame3
Olds, of Kaneohe, was returning
homo, and when on the other side
of the Pali discovered a man lying
helpless on the roadside. It proved
to be u Norwegian named Oluf Tol
litscn, whose hoisc slipping under
him had thrown him so as to break
one of his legs. Mr. Olds, at the
nearest place within reach, tele
phoned to Mr. P. C. Jones, who
sent Dr. Emmerson out to attend to
the unfoitunate man's injuries. Tho
doctor made all haste to the settle
ment, and befoie returning made
the patient as comfoi table as could
be expected. Dr. Emmerson says
the wind gusts he encountered in
crossing tho Pali were something
Lewis & Co., the Hotel street
grocers, have a lot of large, fat
Turkeys for Thanksgiving Day. It
. o .
New style mouldings, picture
frames and coi rriccs made to oi der
at King Bos.' Art Store. 180 3t
Fresh Cieam Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Meller
& lialbe's Confectionery. 177
Fuesii Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Meller & Halbo's Con
T8I -ooijs viT. 81
'aio)oui oq; r, 'puusnoq u oj orjjoq
ouo uioji jo sojiiiumib ut ptsq oq
J 'iinjaopuoAi Ajiriuib pun ojsc
otn soAoadm; JopjO ouScdmnqg
s.aoqsi.j rcqi pun hjav 'poxy, sjoioui
-pucaS .mo sc qons 'said oouim
pouoiqsBi ppo pooS jo sjoaoj hiix.
A lady kamaaina who spent tho
recent anniversary of the King's
birthday at Wailuku, Maui, says
that there was a most creditable
showing in the matter of sobriety,
on that occasion. This lady was
present at two luans gotten up, the
one for the plantation hands, the
other by subscription, and although
attended by some 200 natives, there
was not a case of drunkenness to
report during the day, nor was there
any liquor to bo seen. The day's
festivities wound up with a grand
ball, at which the danceis "tipped
the light fantastic toe" into tho
small hours of tho night, but liquor
at the ball was conspicuous for its
absence. The only exceptions , to
universal sobiicty at the ball were a
couple of Norwegian violinists, who
had got warmed up elsewhere with
the ardent. The lady from whom
these facts wcro received says fur
ther that the Wailuku saloon closed
on the night referred to at sharp
nine, and that great credit is due
the police for the good order main
tained tin oughout tho day.
NEWS BY THE PLANTER. '
The steamer Planter 'arrived yes
toi day fiom Kauai with no freight.
The purser repoits very rough wea
ther, accompanied with, abundance
of rain on and about Kauai, and
fearful winds in the channel, Satur
day night. There was sugar at
Elcelo for tho steamer, but tho
roughness of tho sen would not
allow shipment. Passengers were
taken on board at all poits, but
owing to the late hour and tho sea
bieaUing at the entrance of the
harbor of Niiwiliwili, with tin eaten-
ing aspect, all of the passengers at
that place wcro not taken on board.
The steamer sent in two boats for
the niHil and brought out a few poi
sons who had business of linpoitancc
at Honolulu and wcro willing to risk
the dangers of boarding the steamer.
When about to weigh anchor nt Na
wlllwili tho cable broke nnd an
anchor and somo chain was lost.
Tho steamer Jas. -Makee, which left
here last Wednesday with machineiy
for Kenlia, sought shelter at Hnna
maulu and was thete when the
Plnnter left. Tho schooners Mary
Foster and Lihuliho wcro at Wat
men. Tho Wnimea mill has started
grinding, the Lihue mill is to begin
to-cluy, the Koloa mill next week
and the Elcele next month.
A story coming from Kaunl Is
rather too good to keep. It seems
that nu Imported mce horse, a winner
at Kapiolnnl Paik, was taken to the
race track on the lGth inst., slightly
disguised, so that the natives there
did not know it. In answer to in
quiries they wcro told that it was "a
horso from Kilauea." This com
pleted the deception, so the natives
bet ficely on a bullock horse against
the unknown. And It was notice
able that all of the betting on tho
"sttnnge" horse was done by for
eigners. The race tamo off, and tho
bullock horso came out ahead 1 Tho
owner of the imported horse is said
to enjoy tho joke hugely, as ho was
not interested in tho betting.
RETURN OF THE MORNING STAR.
Lato last night n large vessel was
Been off Diamond Head, and about
miduight the missionary steam
barkentino Morning Star was steam
ing into tho harbor. Capt. Bray
says that shortly after leaving Hono
lulu for her southern mission tho
vessel encountered very rough
weather, and she was headed for
Kealakckua Bay, Hawaii, for shelter.
Tho ship was at anchor there but a
short time when she was struck by a
squall. The wind began to blow
furiously and drove the Morning
Star to sea. A number of her sails
were carried away and her decks
were continually flooded. The
roughness of the sea seemed to in
crease, and it was deemed prudent
to put back to Honolulu to await
more favorable weather and to make
repairs. The vessel is lying in the
THE MAIL STEAMERS.
No advices have been received by
the agents of the Oceanic Steamship
Company that will explain the non
arrival of the Alameda, which was
due here this noon, if she left San
Francisco on her usual date, Mon
day, November 16th. It is prob
able, however, that she has been de
tained at San Francisco to make the
necessary changes for increased
saloon and steerage accommodations,
required for the Austialian service,
in which, at some seasons, over two
hundred through passengei s have to
be provided for. If this conjecture
should prove to be correct, the Ala
meda will probably arrive dining
the week, and not leave again for
San Francisco till Saturday, Decem
ber 5th, the intermediate steamer
date at this end, under the new
Australian schedule. Since the
above was written, Mr. Henry
Waterhousc has informed a reporter
that Mr. John D. Spreckcls told
him, when in San Francisco, that he
hoped to get the Alameda off by the
19th inst. In that case, the steamer
will be due on Thursday next. As
for the City of Sydney, due since
noon yestci day from the Colonics, ii
is probable that she has been delayed
by heavy weather.
DEATH OF THE REV. A. CLARK.
The Rev. Abel Clark, Govern
ment school teacher nt Waialua,
this island, who was lately com
pelled to relinquish duty by illness,
died at that place at 'nine o'clock
last night. His body was at once
prepared to be sent to town for
burial, and reaching here nt two
o'clock this morning was placed in
St. Andrew's Cathedral. The
funeral takes place from that edi
fice to Nuuanu Cemetery at four
o'clock, this evening. Mr. Clark
was born April 13th, 185G, at Eye,
Sussex, England, where his parents
aic still living. He came to this
country eleven years ago, to teach
in loluni College, and four years
ago was givca charge of tho Gov
ernment school at Wainlun, per
forming the duties of that position
until a few weeks ago, when ad
vancing consumption compelled him
to take to his bed. Mr. Clark was
married five years ago to a sister of
Mr. Henry Smith, one of the Clerks
and Masters in the Supreme Court.
Ho leaves a widow and three
children, having lost a child by
death about a year ago. Tho
deceased wns beloved by all who
had the pleasure of his acquaint
ance, for his many estimable quali
ties of head and heart. His be
reaved relatives desire to acknow
ledge with deep gratitude the kind
nebs of Bishop Willis, in attending
the deathbed of tho departed gen
tleman ; also, that of Mr. Robert
Hnlstead, manager of tho Wnialua
plantation, who personally made all
tho arrangements for transporting
the body and the strickeu family to
Honolulu, nnd in every possible way
ministered to the comfort of tho
Satuhuat, Nov. 21st.
Chas. Hall forfeited bail 86 for
drunkenness. Chun Wing Wa was
fined $25 and 83.10 costs for com
mon nuisance, allowing "all tho
water nnd filth to run fiom upstairs
under tho lloor of tho house",
Officer Reynolds testified that he had
taken Dr. Webb to inspect the place,
that it is dangerous to public health,
that ho had given defendant three
weeks to abate the nuisance, that the
defendant was always promising,
but had done nothing to rectify the
trouble, that tlio houge covors the
I . -. '-' - - A i
ifi 1 "TT-T'lIZ
whole lot, corner of Mnunnttea nnfl
Hotel streets, and hag no yard.
MoNDAr, Nov. 20rd.
Mohoula and R. Bradley forfeited
bail 86 each, ond Kalclemauna wa3
fined SG and cost, for drunkenness.
Geo. Kawai and Maria Kaclc (w.),
pleadod guilty to a charge of adul
tcry, and were remaodod for sen
tence until the 21th. Ioanl was
fined $6 and costs for assault and
battery. All Tuck and Hun Hang
were lined 850 each, nnd got a month
each at hard labor. An appeal was
noted in the case of Ah Tuck to tho
Intermediary Court. Tho 23 China
men who were booked for tiial to-day
under the secret society statutes,
wcro remanded nt the request of tho
prosecution until tho 1st of Decem
ber. CIVIL COURT.
Monday, Nov. 23.
In re J. M. Oat, jr., & Co. vs. J.
M. Pocpoo, judgment was confessed
for SG5.75. Judgment was confessed
in the suit of O Kan Kco vs. Ching
Hung Kan, for two notes of 850 each.
Men, be kind to your wives. A
little kindness goes a gicat ways
with the good wife. Try it on once.
Givo her a ten-dollar bill and see if
it doesn't go along with her to all the
stores in town. But of course it
won't come homo with her. That
isn't the objective point of this
article. Kentucky State Journal.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Franklin Stove Coal
Just received by the Martha Davis.
EST Send your orders in early to in.
suro a supply. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO., '
Queen Street. 181 1m
ss O. JEL. DBisliop "
Has just arrived from Germany
Cargo of New Coods
i FOR .
H. Hackfeld & Go.
A Few Pairs of the above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from Ban Frnncisco.
Will be sold at
Low JPiriees !
M. W. iVIeClicNitcy &, Son.
Light! Light! Light!
Just Arriv cd, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil.
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sa'c by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
EX S. S. 3IARIP0SA, AT
170 QUEEN STREET STORE, lm
SUPREME COUItT of thcllaw
nlianlBlimdd, In Protmte.
In the miitlprof tho will nf tho Into
Honniablu B. II. Austin, deceased. Uc
foru JlcCully, J.
Whercuis, an exemplification of tho
probate of tho lat will and tomnment
of the lato Hon. B. II. Austin, of Hono
lulu, Iliwailau 1-landn, deceased, from
the Surrogate's Court of Erie County,
Stnto of New Ynrk, Una been filed In
this Court, nnd application has.bcpn
nudo by Mrs. Marian E. Austin, the ex
ecutrix named in the will, for iho isi-u.
ance of ancillary letters of administra
tion with tho will annexed.
It is hereby ordered Hi at tills matter
uo ileum nt my uu imuerp vi uhhiiv"
at 10 o'clock a.m. of WEDNESDAY,
tho 2.1th clay of Novembir InsUnt, and
th it this order bo published three times
ill tbo Daily AUvej-tiser and Daily
Dated Honolulu, November 17, 1685.
Justice Supremo Court.
Attest: Henuy SuiTir,
Deputy Clerk. 182 3t
Largest Assortment of Goods in the Kingdom ! :-
WEST, DOW & CO.,
H.nc on hand, in addition to their usual clock, a largo assortment of
Fancy Goods and Toys,
Too numerous to mention. LARGE XMAS ORDER on Alameda;
Also, a lot of
Furniture and Picture Mouldings,
Large Auotion Sale of Furniture, MubIo and Fancy
Goods, to make room, on
Saturday Evening1, Nov, 28, 1885.
New Light on the Subject !
JUST RECEIVED, FROM BOSTON, EX BARK MARTHA. DAVIS,
Downer's Kerosene Oil : : : : 1500
Elcctrie Kerosene Oil : : : : : 150
Superior Kerosene Oil : : : : 130
All tho above Oil Ib pnuan and good, and will q gold nt retail or in
lots to suit, at low rates. Also,
CASES 8 CARD MATCHES,
OP SUPERIOR QUALITY. Besides tho above, a largo variety of Eastern
Good9 ued by nil Stire and Plantations, all of which will be sold at reasonable
prices by (180 lm) E. O. HALL & SON, (Limited).
Save Yourself and Yours
From Loss by Fire, Bhipwrcck or Death, by Insuring Home, Furniture
and Eflects, Carirocs of Sugar, Rice, General Produco ond Mer
chandise, Stocks of Goods nnd Life, la the
UNION FIRE & MARINE INS. Co.,
Sun FrauclMCO, California.
WELL-KNOWN, SOUND AND RELIABLE.
Tlie IVew England.
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
The Old Reliable. Tho Pioneer ofLlfe Insuianco Agency in the '
Examine Our New Full
H, E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALER8 IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods rccoived by every Packet from tho Eaftern States nnd Europe.
Fresh Cnlitornia Produce by every Steamer. All orders faithfully altendid to.
and. Good-" delivered tp any pan of the city free of clmree. Iilanu orders roli.
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 145. Telephone No. 93. 108 1y
Has just received
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Mince Meat In tubs nnd tiui,
Tnble Raisins, Sultana Rufslns,
Cuirnnts, Citron, Lemon & Orange
Peel; Almonds, Walnuts,
Prunes, Dried Peaches, Freh Apples;
Tins Lady Finger Oswego Cuke.'',
Honey Cakes, Ginger Snnpu,
Wiuo Ciackcr.-, as orted Crackers,
Chocolate, t ocon; Bacon,
Dupco Eagle llruiitl Hams; Cheese,
Lard, J.bUla. Beef and Cork,
Kits buimon, Tins Soiled Muckcrel,
Lobsters, Little Neck Clams,
Oualmuea. Bouelcssi Cooked Ilnms:
Plum Pudding, Cioste& Blackwell's
Pickles and Pic-Fruit
.Tup an aiul Cornet rTeti,
Wheat, Oats, Bran. Corn, Barley,
Onions; Mottlrd Boup, Star of tho
Kitchen Soap; Kerosene, Oil,
Boston Dairy S.ill, 101b. hags;
Buckwheat Flour; New Orleans Mo.
Uihcs, Cal. Sjrup. Maple Syrup;
Family Flour, Oermea;
Old Virginia SwcU & 8our Pickles;
OlUos, and a general assortment of
Staplo and Fancy Groceries.
tar Goods dellvored to nil parts of the
City. Island orders will icccivu careful
mini OHAS. HUaTACE, King St.
Term Endowment Policies.
Non-Forfeitable by Law.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
TWO Sections of Wilder & Co.'s Fire
Proof Warehouse, near the Like
like wharf. Apply to
180 lw WILDER & CO.
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Salmon I Salmon!
Just arrived, and for Sale lu. Lots
Eraser River Saloon !
178 O. Browor S&' Coi 2w
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