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TUESDAY, NOV. 21, Tssi!
3 S City of Sydney from the Colonies
Sehr nob Roy from Koulnu
No ember 24
Stmr Klnau for Windward Ports
Stmr W Q Hull for Wlndwaid Ports
Stmt1 Planter for Knunl
Stmr I.lkcllko for Knbulnl
Sehr Ehukal for Wnlnlusi
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktnc Discovery for San Fianclsco
Schr, Hob Roy for Koolatt
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bkluo Discovery, Mejcrs
BUtno Ella, Howe
Bgtno W O Irwin, Turner
Bk Victoiin Cross, Robertson
Bk Maltha Davl, Benson
Bk O It BMiop,
Passengers for Honolulu, per City of
Sydney, November 23rd Cabin Mr
Cllft, Mr Drysdulo Steerage Mr and
Mis Br.iw, MuimiU Fcano.
S. S. City of Sydney, II. 0. Dcaiboin
commander, dUohaiged Sydnev pilot
Nov. fltli, n.ftOi. m.; Hist 48 hours flno
weather and heavy northerly swell;
then came on to blow from south-cast;
soon Incieaalug to a heavy gale, with
very lough seas and heavy swell, which
continued to Aucklaud. Received Auck
land pilot 1.50 l. si. on the 10th, same
date 8.1S i ji. dlcli.uged pilot; had
light battling winds and smooth seas,
until afternoon of lGth. S 12' south,
then heavy noithcr with loughsea, for
24 liours ; thence to poit stiong north
east trades, very lough Seas, and heavy
swell. Received Honolulu pilot Nov.
23rd, 0.25 i m. 10 cabin, 12 stcciago
passengers and 150 tons of fi eight, and
, S0S2,2.(5.00 tic.iMirc for San Fi.inoiscu.
The following aie Ihc local consignees:
Older, Hollistci & Co., .1. C. Kcnyon,
Mrs. Balmcr. Ficcth & Peacock, W.
The S S City of Sydney arrived
last night fioni the Colonies with 15
bulls, (I horses, 0 males, GOG hides, 2
pelts. 403 tiies, 277 bales of wool and
100,147 in specie.
The sailing of the bktne Ella has been
indefinitely postponed to await a full
load of siii;.tr.
Sehr Rob Roy brought 120 bags of
sugar and GO bags of 1 ice. Tlie captain
claims that he beat the schooner Doml
tlla on her lest tiip to Koolatt by six
The baik O R Bishop is docked at the
A poition of the caigo of the bark
Maitha Davis is for Hongkong. She
will sail for that port about December
The bktne Discovery sails to-morrow
for San Fi.uiei&oo with about 7,G54 bags
of sugar, 6G5 bags of l ice, 700 bunches
of bananas ami 100 bbls of molasses.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Great activity is reported in the
TnE Lyceum interior is being re
novated. ,Tub Intermediary Com t will meet
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The Honolulu Rifles meet at (he
armory this evening at 7.30 o'clock,
to drill prcparntoiy to the 28th.
As vc go to press Mr. Frecth's
house at Waikiki is on fire. The
owner is absent at Kaneohe, and his
paitner, Mr. Peacock, has hurried
off to the burning house.
Missus Kate Lewis and Nettie
Andrews have resigned their posi
tions as teachers in the Royal School,
and arc succeeded by Misses Annie
S. Walker and Helen Ladd.
Tins morning Mr. J. "Williams
photographed the winning crew of
the senior six-oared moo in the last
regatta, the picture being one of the
piomised prizes in the contest.
Mn. J. T. Watei house has hired
tho Pacific Navigation Co.'s new
warehouse, Queen street, for a month,
to store a large quantity of merchan
dise received by tho baik Martha
A native named Kala, living on
tho Palama road, was arrested last
night by Oillcei' Tell, fur having
opium in possession, three small tins
of the drug, with pipes, etc., being
Charley the lookout after keeping
awake and watching for the expected
steamers for more than 38 hours,
had ju&t closed his eys for a short
snooze last night when the S. S. City
of Sydney's lights became visible.
Misisteu Men ill'u proclamation of
Thanksgiving Day, mentioned yes
terday in advance, appears in this
issue. Doubtless, as usual, the rest
of tho public will join heartily with
the Ameiican residents in observing
Tin: trade sale of boots and shoes,
at Lyons & Cohen's salesroom to-day
was a successful one. Honolulu
tradesmen were- left behind in tho
bidding, the greater portion of the
goods going to country dealers at
This evening tho Y. M. C. A.
givo a reception in their hall to the
crow of II. B, M. g, Constance. Tho
members of tho Association, with
their lady friends, nre requested to
bo present. A musical and literary
programme will begin at 7.H0.
Mn, Lyle, of the Marine Railway,
was tho first to report tho City of
Sydney. Ho saw tho reflection of
her lights in the 6ky a few minutes
befoie tho masthead light appeared,
and reported thu steamer to the Cen
tral OQlcc of the Bell Telephone
Company at nine o'clock.
The S. S. Zealnndin, of the Direct
Line, is expected here flora San
Francisco for Sydney, on or about
Thursday next. The S. S. Alameda,
of the Oceanic-Union Line, is likely
to be here on Saturday, bound for
Auckland and Sydney. The Union
Company's new steamship Mararora,
of 5,000 tons, is expected to leave
Sydney, Dec. 3rd, on tho now mail
contract service, for Auckland,
Honolulu and San Francisco.
The Marquis of Feano, a member
of the Royal Geographical Society
of Italy, arrived per City of Sydney,
with the intention of visiting the
Volcano and of passing several weeks
in these Islands for scientific pur
poses. The Marquis has recently
visited New Guinea and the various
groups of Islands in the South Paci
fic, and his ptcvious voyages, under
the auspices of the above society,
extend over huge paits of Africa
and Asia but lately become known.
frames and cornices made
at King Bos.' Ait Store.
Fnt&u Ci earn Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& Ilalbo's Confectionery.
Fiiesii Mince Pies daily fiom and
after date at Meller & Iltdbc's Con
181 "joo-ns cu.ini Gl
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otio uiojj jo soiirnmnb ui puq nq
X A'nnjjapuoAi Alipnib pu 0sbj
oq; soAOJdtui .topjo ouScduniqo
s.aoqsij vi puii iijav 'pnxij sjotrjoui
-puuj3 ano sc qons 'soul oouiui
pouojqscj pip pooS jo s.toAOj mix
The bonifying news was tele
phoned to the Bulletin from Kane
ohe, on the other side of tho island,
this morning, that C. Laiish, man
ager of the P.uikaa plantation, had
committed suicide. He shot himself
in his own room between nine and
ten o'clock last night, and his dead
body was discovered there about
midnight. His motive appears to
h.ivc been to avoid the shame of
meeting his wife in a contest before
the com tat Kaneohe to-day. The
pair had a quarrel a few clays ago,
and the clilhculty was to have been
settled, if possible, before the magis
trate this morning. An inquest is
being held this afternoon.
Tuesday, Nov. 24th.
Kala was fined $50 and sent over
two months, for having opium in
possession. Geo. Kawai was sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard labor
three months, anil Maria Kaele (w.)
fined $2o, for adultery.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Tuesday, Nov. 24th.
Befoie JRCully J.
In the matter of the baukiuptcy
of .7. II. Brims, Jr., of Honolulu,
W. C. Parke, assignee, presented
his account and asked that it be ex
amined anil approved and he be dis
charged. The Cotiit appointed
Friday, Nov. 27th, 1885, as the day
for hearing the application. The
total assets are 82,514.25, distri
buted as follows:
Paid piefciied claim-,, Includ
ing assignee's commission ..$ "84.10
Paiil dividends at the rato of
'27 0-7 pctceiit ou .90,31 8.111,
claims pioed 1,700.00
Total assets as above 2,544.25
In the matter of the bankruptcy
of S. U. Stoddard, of waihee, Maui,
W. O. Pnikc, assigneo, piescntcd
his account and asked that it be ex
amined and approved mid he be dis
charged. The Couit appointed
Fiiday, Nov. 27th, 1885, as the day
for hearing the application. The
total assets are 8871). 72, distributed
Paid pi of ui icd claims, including
nn'slgucc's commUt-ion 3108, lit
Paid dividends at the into of 17
pei cent ou 81, MCI. 5(1, claims
Total assets as above 870.72
In the matter of the bankruptcy
of A. Vf. Ricliaidson & Co., of
Honolulu, Messis. W. C. Parke and
Gi'o. W. Smith, assignees, presented
their account und asked that it be
examined nnd appioved and they bo
disfhaigrd. The Court appointed
L'Ytd.iy, Nov. 27lh, 1885, as tho day
for healing tho application. The
toti.1 ashels arc 811,0111. 1C, dibtii
buted as follows:
Paid picfeiK'd claim.'., Includ
ing aasigneo'n commUslou..$ 480.01
Paid dividends at tho late of 20
10-12 petcent ou 911,801.80,
claims piocd... 2,520,25
Total assets as above 83,013,10
A FEW Pot Qcesc-corn.fcdfor onlo
p. at O. E. HKNSUN'S, Pnuoa Bond,
P.O. lint in I. i8J8t
I SHALL ordor, by mall, 15th Decern,
bcr, tho following nanr-d trees:
Apple, Apricot, Cherry, Fig, Nectarine
and Peach, in variety. Aorage prlco,
$7u0 per doen. Will bo glad to re
ceivo order In tlnio to make up my list
for the mall. ,T. K1DWELL,
Honolulu Nuisr-ry. Beretnnla St.
HOFK.MANN, of EAST MAUI, soys:
"In order to test the HAWAIIAN
LIME, I have attended myself, for the
past three days, to tho clarification of
''I found this LIME ns strong as any
I over used, In all my cxperlcnco of
Makawao,"East Maui, Nov. 20, 1885.
ASSIGNEES SAIiK OF
The undersigned will offer for salo at
Public Auction al the Auction Room of
E. P. Adams & Co.,
On TUESDAY, DEC. 8th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All that Dcshable Propeily of J. II.
Boyd, u voluntary B.iukiupt, containing
131-100 of an Acio, together with all
the Buildings situated thereon, which
1 2-Storv Dwellinq House !
IN GOOD ORDER.
One Cottage, Dai n, Can Inge House, and
D.ith House. Theicisa water right to
thu land, besides the Government water
Is laid on. The title to the land is in
fee simple and is contained in Royal
Patent No. 501, and is sold free of all
inciimbiauccs. There is a laigo number
of trees on sdd hind, and the buildings
aio in good icpair. A plan of the same
cm be seen at the office of the under
signed, and all explanation that may be
required will be gicn. The terms of
the sale ate Cash and all deeds at thu
expense of the purchaser. Adjoining
said lot are three parcels of land belong
ing to Maria A. Boyd, and the Tiustees
oi saiu Aiana a. JJoyci win oner tncni
for sale at the same time and place.
Plans of tho said lots can be seen at my
olllcc. W. C. PARKE, Assignee.
E P. ADAMS & Co.,
Honolulu, Nov. 13, 1885. 184
REAL ESTATE &
Town Property for Sale.
The undersigned, duly authorized
Trustees for Maria A. Bod, will ofl'er
at Public Auction, at the nalcsroom of
E. P. Adams & Co.,
ON TUESDAY, Dec. 8th,
at 12 o'clock noon, all those
Itii'iilili! Parcels or Lai
situated at Olomana, Pauoa, In the rear
of and adjoining tho well-known Bod
'I hu Pai eel known ns the KAAUKUU
LOT, adjoining the Bojd Premises on
the nnnikii side and containing of an
acre, mure or less, and more fully des
cribed in R.P. No. 503. L. C. A. No.
4 Taro Patches
adjoining said Boyd Premises on tho
m.ikai or town side, conialninK47-100 of
an acre, moic or less, and moio fully
described la R. P. No. 1,918, L. C. A.
No. 5,019 B. Also,
S Taro Patches
adjoining the above, containing 40-100
of an acic, more or Irs-, and inoro fully
de scribed in It. P. No. 2,ai9 The fore
going pincels tin; under 4leasc at $210
per annum, expiring September 1. 11:89.
Also. tliatPtucil situated on Punch-
bow 1 Rond and extending to nnd across
the Piitio.i Slrc.im, and there adjoining
thu hufoie-menlioncd pirccls(Ecc plan),
containing:) and 18-100 of an acre, moic
or less, and more hilly desciiheii In It.
P No. 2 Gin. This is a good, hcnliliy
location fur a homestead, the lot has a
small houte on it and is well covered
with a tine giove of algeroba ticcs.
Also, that Valuable
Piece of Property on Hotel St.,
ppolto tho reddence of Dr. McOrew,
extending from tho Saratoga House to a
point ne.ir the ofllcc of the Fashion
Stables, on which are a coitapo at pro
Heal hiinging in a rental of $25 per
month, and a 2-sioried house which is
leased to the Fashion Stables, togither
with a small poition of ground covered
by the stables, hiinging mi annual
rental of ?2 0 This lease expires on
Apiil 1, 1890. See plant ui K. P. Admim
A; Co.'s s.ilc-ironnis. Titles good. Deeds
at expeusu of purchasers.
Gun. II. RonEiiTSOK, T .
C. Bolti:, prustces.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
170 17t Auctioneers
PATENT ROLLER FLOUR.
MESSIW. OASTLE & COOKE have
Just received a loasip anient of
thU fine quality of Flour, and will sell
in quuntides to suit puichasurB. 177 lm
THE adjourned Annual Meeting of
the Paukaa Sugar Company will
bo held at the nfllco of O. Iltewer & Co.
on FRIDAY, Nov. 27, 1885, at 10 o'clock
a.m. P. C. .TONE3, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, lb83. 180 lw
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
ALL persons Indebted to S. J. Levey
& Co. arc hereby notified that all
debts duo the Eitato of S. J. Levey &
Co. remaining unseltUd on tho SOth
November, IjoS, will bo collected
through tho Cmirts of tho Kingdom.
ALEX. J. CAUTWHIGHT,
WM G. IRWIN,
Assijucos Estate S. .1. Lovcy & Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1885. 180 lw
Two Suburban Cottages to
FIRST That elegant Cottage hither,
to occupied by the owner, John
Kohello, with flno flower and fruit
garden, stables, etc. Terms favorable.
SECOND The two-story Cottage two
douis niakai of the above, latdy occu
pied by the late A. T Baker, having
garden, stnble, etc. Terms faor.ihlc.
Doth premises aro connected with the
city water service. Apply to
Queen Stiwet. 104 tf
For San Francisco.
. The Magniliceut Steamship
"Will leave for the aboe port on or
For freight or passage, apply to
181tf II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
EX S. S. MARIPOSA,! AT
J. T. ffat
17(1 QUEEN STREET STORK, lm
A Few Pairs of the above
Famous Breed oi" Fowls
Just received from San Francisco.
AVill be sold at
M. W. 3c01icsiicy & Son.
Light! Light! Light!
.lust Arrived, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sale by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
expect per S. B. Alameda
DIARIES 1S86 !
New Year's Cards.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
I.otH Dlnrles to arrlm o. Cltv
178 of Sydney.
A NEW LOT.
FOR SALE BY
173 IS. P. Adama & Co. lm
DIRECT STEAMER LINE !
Wo beg to inform the
DIRECT MAIL SERVICE !
Will bo Performed bv the Magnificent well-known Steamships
AUSTRALIA ami ZEALANDIA between
Sydney, Honolulu, San Francisco ui vice versa.
Thn o.a. AITSTUAT.1A. Hrniirrli.
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sci vice, leaving oyitncy, i. s. v.,
rroni lionoiiuu lor an rranciseo on
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe.
Froih Calliorni.1 Pioduce by cery Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Good" delivered to any part ol the city free of charco. Island orders foli.
cited. S itisfaction guaranteed. Post Olllcc Box 115. Telephone No. 03. 108 ly
TWO Sections of Wilder & Co.'s Flic
Proof alehouse, near thu l.ikc
llkc wharf. Apply to
180 lw WILDER & CO.
St'm Candy Factory
71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu nnd Fort St.
Has always ou hand tho largest Stock
of Candies, both Plain and Fancy, guar,
antccd to he STRICTLY PURE.'
AVUoIcnuIc uucl Xtctuil.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Sizes always on hand, ornamented
in any Stylo.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh eveiy Daj.
Hell and Mutual Telephone. No. 74
P. O. Bj. No. 75.
lias just recehed
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Mince Meat in tubs and tins
Table haislns, Suliana Raisiuy,
Uurraui-, Citron, J.emon & Orange
Poll; Almonds, Walnuts,
Prunes, Dried IVnches, Fresh Apples;
Tins Lady Fingers, Oswego Cakes,
llnnev Cakce. Cinucr Siiiin,
Wiue Crackers, as orled Crackers,
Chocolate, ( ocoa; Hiicon,
Oupeo Eagle linuid Hums; Cheese,
Lard, J.btils. Reef and Pork,
Kits b.iimon, 'I iiiR Soucd Muckcicl,
Lobsters, Llitlo Neck Clum-,
Quiihaugs, Uouclcas Cooked Hams;
Plum Pudding, Crosse & Ulackwcll's
Pickloi and Phi Fruit;
.Tupitii nud Come. Tea,
Wheat, Oats, Ilron, Corn, Barley,
Onions; Mottled Soap, Star of tho
ivitciieu boip; kerosene un,
Iioston Dairy Suit, 101b. hags;
Buckwheat Flour; New Orleans Jfo-
lat-sos. Oal. ri nip, .Maplo Syrup;
Family Flour, Uermca;
Old Virginia SueU & Sour Pickles;
01ics, and a general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
t2T Goods delivered to all parts of the
City. Island orders will receive careful
attentlou. Telepliono 119.
174 lm 011AS. HUSTACE, King St.
Public that a new
nnmiiiniidnr. will oonunenen tho HOW v- t V
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on me ist uccemucr, nnu win aaiw ,3j.yt
or airoiiv iuu i.jiu umuiuuui, uinm ,;, -,. a
H. HACKFELD & Co., Agents.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A RARE chance for sccurlne; a desir.
A. able homestead. Three Lots only,
on the easterly sido of Mukiki Street,
adjoining the mauka side of Mr. Walter
Seal's place. A very pleasant neigh
borhood; a never falling supply of pure
water in tho street from the Mukiki
Reservoir. Terms, ono third cash, the
remainder in 1 and 2 ycirs with intcres
at 8 per cent. net. Maps and plans cant
be seen at tho ofllcc of
170 tf W. R. CASTLE.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
FranMin Stove Coal
Just received by the Martha Davis.
157" Scud your orders in early to
sure a supply. Apply to
ss O. J&. DBisliop
Has just arrived from Germany
Cargo of New Goods
H. Hackfeld & Go.
enristmas & New Year's
Messrs. O. W. Macfarlane & Co,
beg to announca that they
Christmas Sales :
of Fancy Goods this year.
Z3T For particulars as to dates, etc.,'
o future ndortlsementH. 179 If
SUritHMtt COUltT of tho Haw.
niiaii Iblands. In Probate.
In the matter of tho will of the lato
Honoiable B. II. Austin, decenscd. Be
fore McCully, J.
Whoreus, an exemplification of the
probato of tho Just will and testament
of tho lato Hon. B. II. Austin, of Hono
lulu, Hawaiian Inlands, deceased, from
tho Surrogato'u Court of Erie County,
State of Now York, has been filed In
this Court, and application has been
mado by Mrs. Marian E. Austin, tho ex
ecutrix named In tho will, foi tho Ibsu.
anco of ancillary letters of admluistra.
lion with tho will annexed.
It Is hereby ordered that thla matter
bo heard at my chumbors In Honolulu
at 10 o'clock a.m. of WEDNESDAY,
tho 25th day of November instant, aud
that this order be published threo times
in tho Unify Advertiser and Daily
Dated Honolulu. November 17, 1885.
... .. it Justice Supremo Court.
Attest: Henuy SuiTir, .
Deputy Clork. 182 8t
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