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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26, 1SS5.
Stun- 0 R Bishop from Kauai via Wai-
Sclir Kawnllnnl from Koolnu
Schr DoinltUu from Koolnu
Schr Surah it Eliza from Koolnu
Schr Lenul from Hnnnlcl
Sour Wulehu from Kuual
.Schr Rob Hoy for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
llktnu Discovery for Sail Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Blitito Discovery, Meyers
llktue Ella, Howe
Bgtno W O Irwin, Turner
Bk Vlctotla Cros", Robertson
Bk Martha Davis, Benson
Bk U It Bishop,
From Kauai via Waialua. per C It
BUhop, Nov 25lli II A Wldemnnn.
Miss Wideinann, Mrs 11 Macfurlaiie and
'J servants, Jns Oay and child, Mrs It
W Holt, J It Holt and !!() deck.
For Volcano and way ports, per W O
Hall, November 2ltli Mrs M F Bur
gess and two ehlldicn, Henry Grubc,
II Drysdalc, L E Cllft and GO deck.
For llllo anil way ports, per Kiuau,
November 2 lib W Eulliis, W Blnls
dell, Miss F Cbanibcrlaln, U Williams,
J Kauka and wifo, M E Sylva, .1 Stup
plebecn, Young 111, J .) Morchcad, Geo
Nakapualil and !)0 deck.
For Kauai, per Planter, November
24th His Ex Gov P P Kanoa and wife,
M Riehter, MUs Annie Lovell. C W
Ashford, Itobt More, Mls3 Blute Eshu,
A S Wilcox, and about 70 deck.
For Kahului. per Likellke, November
24th Mrs Jno Sheldon nnd two chil
dren, Itev Father Theodore, W P A
Brewer, It Mitchell and 80 deck.
Tbo new foremast for the schooner
Kauikcnoull was put in this morning.
The bark Victoria Cioss is in the
Schr Kawnilanl brought 320 bags of
paddy, the Domltila 7 Jo rice aud 1 50
rice-bran, and the steamer Bishop 800
The sailing of the Discovery is post
poned until to-morrow.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Regular cash sale by Lyons &
Capt. L. Mai chant is said to be
very ill at the Hospital. His cigar
Btoro is closed to-day. ,-,
Christmas vacation of Govern
ment schools will be from Friday,
Dec. 18th, to Wednesday, Jan. Cth.
Tiieuu was a general smash-up of
three carriages and a poi wagon
yesterday near the first biidge on
Forty-eight mail bags containing
over five thou-und letters, were sent
over the kingdom yesterday by
A concert will be given by the
Band at the Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow
evening, in'honor of the captain
and olficcrs of II. B. M. S. Con
stance. On, thank you, Mr. Horn, for
those savoiy mince pics. When
tlu-y cool, writers and printers will
satiate the pent-up gratitude of a
year upon litem.
The Honolulu mail sent by the
City of Sydney to San Francisco
consisted of 2,400 letters weighing
3f pounds, and 1,155 papers, 15)1
pounds !) ounces.
A neat and substantial framework
lias, been erected by Mr. George
Lucas on the Bell Telephone central
office, to support the great mass of
wires convciging on the building.
A revised card of Mr. C. K.
Miller appears in this issue. Mr.
Miller has just pi overt bis tnlent for
business by seeming the contract
of supplies to the British war ship
Tni: Honolulu Rifles turned out in
good force last night, and an excel
lent diill was had for two hours un
der Lieut. McLeod. Tito boys were
veiy enthusiastic and agreed to meet
again to-night for another drill.
Visits were paid to II. B. M. S.
Constance this morning respectively
by Senhor Canavarro, Portuguese
Commissioner, aud His Excellency
Gov. Dotninis. Appropriate balutcs
were- fired from the vessel in honor
of tho visitors.
A good story is none the worse for
being twice told, but that is not the
reason a selected item was piinted
in duplicate in yesterday's Bulletin,
It was an attempt by a compositor
to win the championship for typo
A horse died on Punchbowl Hill
from colic this morning. An extra
judicial inquest lestilled in a verdict
that the distemper was caused by
thu animal eating a copy of the
Daily Press. Fiagineiits of the
literary meal, containing many in
diges.tiblo typogrnphi ulerrois, weie
found near tho carcase,
Eibiwuere appears notico of cm
miiiitvur dramatic eutcitaiuinent to
bo given on behalf of the Honolulu
Library and Reading Room Associa
tion, on Tuesday evening next.
Apart from the worthiness ot the ob
ject, there is an array of local talent
in tho bill that should draw a crowd
. i .
The next mail for tho Coast is to
be despatched by the brig W. G.
Irwin, on Monday next. Owing to
the hitch in thu Austtalian mail ar
rangements, tho Oceanic Steamship
Company have no steamer to spare
for the trip due to stmt on Dec. 1st.
Should the Alameda arrive fiom San
Francisco caily on Satin day, it is
possible the brig will sail that evening.
Usual services this evening in tho
chin clics. Rev. George Waljaco will
deliver a short lecture at St.
Andtcw's Cathedral. "What have
I to praise God for?" Ps. 103
will be the theme at the Bethel Union,
Rev. E. C. Oggel leading. The
Fort-street congregation meets in
the Y. M. C. A. hall; the standing
committee to interview candidates
for admission to the church at the
close of services.
Cut. Macaulley, of the steamer
C. R. Bishop, reports heavy winds
nnd rough seas at Kilauea and Hana
lei, Kauai. Tho steamer brought
thu first of the Waialua orange crop
for this season. The new landing at
Kilauea, a line structure built under
the supervision of R. A. Maclie, Jr.,
of Kilauea plantation, will be finish
ed this wei k. At the seaward end
is a wall of concrete three feet thick
with davits on top. A railroad track
runs from the warehouse to the outer
end of the landing, and cars that
hold a surf boat load of sugar aie
run out on the trajk to the end and
emptied into the sieamers' boats.
Fresh Cicam Cakes and Eilairs
daily from aud after date at Meller
& Halbe's Confectionery. 177
Fresh Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Meller & H'ulbo's Con
MINCE MEAT. Not having been
able to satisfy the demand for my
Mince Meat in former years, I have
now ready and for sale, 500 pounds
of my well-known Rich Mince Meat,
superior to any other in the market,
at 10 cents per pound. A reduction
will be made for 10-lb. lots.
185 ( F. IK.
1 w t FA
HORN'S STEAM CANDY
ACTORY & BAKERY.
For Sale Fresh Mince Pics daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
Fresh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
every day, 50cts. er pound, at
( HORN'S PIONEER STEAM
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
tf (. BAKERY.
Services in observance of the
American National Thanksgiving
will lie held at 11 o'clock to-morrow
morning, in Fort Street Church and
St. Amliew's Cathedral. In the
former the Bethel Union congrega
tion will unite; Rev. J. A. C'ruzun
will deliver the thanksgiving sennon,
Rev. S. E. Bishop assisting in the
devotional exercises, while the Fort
Street choir will lead the praises.
In St. Andrew's Cathedral Bishop
Willis preaches, Rev. Geo. Wallace
conducting the other services. It
should be remembered that the gen
eral public have an invitation to
sluuo in the observance of tho day.
THE WAIKIKI FIRE.
The first information received re
garding the lire at Waikiki, whii-h
was barely in time for yesterday's
issue of this paper, was incorrect.
It was not Mr. Fieeth's house, but
an old barn belonging to him, which
was on lire. That building-, together
wiih a barn, a cottage and a wood
shed owned by Mr. A. J. Cart
wright, weic burned down. The
l"ss to ihc latter gentleman is
82,000. covered by insurance. There
was a ecaicity of water, but a strong
breeze blowing to the sea reduced
tile danger to surrounding properly.
How the til o originated is unknown.
Its occiu rence is a strong argument
fur thu projected fire company at
TROUBLE AT SPREGKELSVILLE.
There was serious trouble among
the Japanese laborers on the Sprcck
elsville, Maui, plantation, week
before last. Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Inspector-General of Immigrants,
and Mr. Ito, one of the Japanese
consular seci claries, went to the
bpot, and witli more or less diffi
culty succeeded in restoring order
and subordination among the re
calcitrant Japs. It appears that the
liceused liquor dealer at Wailuku
had furnished the Japanese with a
coiibidcrablu supply of liquor, to
cany away with them, contrary to
the condition of license requiring all
the stuff sold to be drunk on the
pieuiises. The consequence was
that the laborers iiillamed witli drink
became disorderly and refused to
wok, Hence the necessity for
oiticial intervention (is staled above.
. AM IMPORTANT EXPERIMENT,
Dr. Goto, a resident Japaneso
physician, whoso father mndo a pro
fessional sun ly of leprosy in Japan
for forty yeais, was lately allowed
to begin a course of treatment upon
twelve patients seven males and
five femnles-in tho Kakaako branch
hospital. He has now been attend
ing to them about three weeks, and it
is said a measure of success highly
encouraging lias followed his ser
vices. P.iins that have afflicted some
of the subjects for years arc now
absent; lung dead flesh lni9 recov
ered sensibility; stiff joints have re
gained to a great extent -their mo
bility; hard swellings have disap
peared, and the general health of
supposed hopeless cases lias to far
improved as to give the sufferers a
prospect of complete recovery. Tho
doctor is tonlident of his ability to
cute lcproy, andsays he did not come
here to learn how. It will be an
occasion of universal rejoicing if lie
justifies his confidence by restoring
even one unfortunate of those under
his hands to home and friends,
" whole as befote." Dr. Goto is
also treating leprous patients outside
of the hospital, it is asserted with
Last evening's entertainment and
reception tendered the crew of Her
Brittanic Majesty's Steamship Con
stance by the Honolulu Young
Men's Christian Association, was
a grand success. Too much credit
cannot lie accorded the lady friends
of the institution for their kind
assistance, as well as for the super!)
manner in which they carried out
the several parts taken by them in
the programme. And the enthu
siastic cheers and applause that
shook the building at the conclu
sion of every performance in
which a lady appeared, showed that
their good will was fully appreciated
both by the jolly tars and by the
citizens. The crew, all in naval
uniform, occupied the center of the
hall. The broad shoulders aud
inussivc build of the men suggested
the thought that if these are fair
specimens of the physique of the
British naval scivicc, it need be no
wonder that the Ueet of old Brit
tania commands the respect of all
nations. A short address of wel
come was delivered by Mr. T. II.
Davies, which, he said, was not in
tended as a greeting from him as
Consular representative of the Bri
tish Government, or as an English
man speaking to Englishmen, but
rather as chairman of the Entertain
ment Committee of the Y. M. C. A.,
an organization, lie observed, which
is open, whether in Honolulu,
Boston or London, to the beaman
aud tho stranger from whatever
part of the world lie comes.
The loud applause that followed
Mr. Davies's "welcome" showed
that he had well voiced the senti
ments of the audience. A duet was
finely sung by Mr. and Miss Von
Holt, "Life's dream is o'er," with
piano accompaniment by Mrs. Hand
lord. Rev. George Wallace's read
ing in 6erio-coinio tones, "Episode
ot Country Life," brought down
the house at nearly cery sen
tence. Miss McBryde sung "It
must be so" and was deservedly re
ceived with an enthusiastic encore,
which was responded to in a
no less effective manner witli "So
much I love." General Secretary
Fuller than came lorward with a
solid five minutes' address that had
in it the ring of "genuine metal all
through and through." Mr. aud
Mrs. Walker, the latter at the piano,
uang n eiy line duet, "Friend
ship," by Slarzinls, whicli was ic
ceived with enthusiasm. Mrs. Adams
followed witli a reading, "The
Brides of En derby," by Whittier.
This selection, in which the breaking
in of the wateis of the Trent and
the duvactatinns occasioned thereby
are graphically portrayed, was read
witli a thiilliiig power of elocution
that held the audience spell-bound
from first to last. The Rev. A. D.
Miller annou need himself "a live
Yankee," and said lie hoped never
to meet a British tar in any other
capacity that that of giving him a
coidiul greeting. This gentleman's
address was characterized by the
dexterous manner in which he nailed
great moral truths to the masthead,
interspersing the blows of the
clergyman's hatchet with the Hashing
wit of the humorist. Mr. F. Damon
was called, and spoke on behalf of
his late, worthy father, the venerable
Dr. Damon, the sailor's special
friend and counsellor for many years,
and at thu conclusion of his remarks,
presented tho crew with files of
"The Friend" covering a period
of thiity years, and containing,
practically, the history of Polynesia
during that time. Mrs. Handford
and Mr. Yurnilley then gave one of
those rich piano and violin duets
which have made tho " eloquent air"
breathe melody on so many similar
occasions, and being encored, sup
plemented the performance with an
another exquisite piece "Abschied."
MibS Beitlia Voir Holt's singing of
Louis Di-ehl's "Going to Market"
carried the sailor boys away in 'a
tornado of applause, whicli again
burst toith witli redoubled enthusi
asm, vvben, in response to the encore,
they were Ueatyd to "The Maid
of Dimrtoo," Mr. Tbeo, H. Davie
eung in Ids usual happy style,
"Three Jolly Sailors," which raised
the man-of-war's men to high a pitch
of excitement. In response to an
enthusiastic encore, Mr. Davie3
threw tho audience into a furore of
merriment by singing "As I'd no
thing else to do." A chorus of
ladies, led by Professor Yarndlcy,
sung the closing piece, which was
rendered in a manner to elicit un
qualified admiration. Part second
of tlie entertainment consisted of a
liberal collation of ice cream and
cake, thu passing round of whicli
was attended to by a troop of lads
and young ladies whose youthful
faces doubtless reminded many n
weather beaten mariner in that crew
of his homo across the sea. Before
the ice cream and cake pait of tho
programme was altogether got
through with, part third was called,
and consisted of songs and recita
tions by sotno of the crow. Smith
recited effectively "Tho Pauper's
Dinner." Puttef'ord followed witli
"Homo on the Ocean Wave," cho
rtissed by the crew. Penfold, the
poet of tho Constance, sung a most
humorous piece,"Things that puzzle
the sailor," convulsing the house
witli laughter at every stanza. El
rington recited, with massive elo
cutionary spirit, "Mary, Queen of
Scots." Penfold, the poet, followed
witli a witty piece, "The Journal of
the Constance," the crew joining in
the chorus. Captain Doughty thank
ed the friends and members of the
association for their entertainment,
and remarked that when here two
years ago, he had seen the letters
"Y. M. C. A." over the door, and
not knowing whut they meant, set
himself to woik to figure out the
ineainng, and enme to the conclu
sion that they stood for "You Men
of the Constance, Ahoy I" After
the reception on this occasion, he
thought that he must have been
about right, for it was now clear
that Y. M. C. A. docs mean "You
Men of the Constance, Ahoy!" The
captain concluded by proposing
"three cheers for the ladies" which
were given with tremendous vim
and heartiness. "God save the
Queen," sung by the crew, closed
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Tuesday, Nov. 2-ltli.
Before Judge Preston.
The Onoinca Sugar Co. vs. Her
bert C. Austin 'and Franklin H. Aus
tin. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff ; Ash
ford & Ashford and L. A. Thurston
for defendants. Mr. Hatch filed a
motion to the effect that said defend
ants .be ordered to show cause why
they are not in contempt, and read
the affidavit of C. C. Webb, book
keeper of the Onoraea plantation,
and tho affidavit of W. E. Rowell,
the manager appointed to succeed
one of the defendants. The Court,
after hearing argument of counsel,
ordered that said defendants show
cause on Tuesday, December 15,
1885, why they are not in contempt.
I SHALL order, by mail, 5th Decrm
her, the fo lowing miniul trees:
Apple, Apricot, Unerry, Fig, Nectarine
anil Pencil, in variety. Asemgc prkc,
$7 50 pur dozen. Will bo glad to re.
ecive ordor in time to make ut mv list
for tiie mail. J. K1DWEI.L,
Honolulu Nursery. Uercinuin &t.
' 18 i ;iw
HUFK.MANN, ot EAST MAUI, snys:
" In order to u-st the HAWAIIAN
I.I.UE, 1 have nttended mt-tlf, for ihc
I nit Ui roc days, to the clarification of
"1 lound tills LIME as ftrong no any
I ever iif.ud, in all my experience ot
Makawao.'Enst Maui, Nov. CO, ISS5.
rpilE adjourned Annual Meeting of
JL tlie l'aiilvim Sugar Company will
be held at lliu oHlee of C. Biewer & Co.
on FRIDAY, Nov 'J7, 1885, ut 10 o'clock
a.m., I'. C. .TONE i, ticcrulnry.
Honolulu, Nnv.'ai), US.3. l80Jw
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE" OF FASHION.
Two Suburban Cottages to
17URST That elegant Cottage hither.
? to occupiul by the owner, John
Rolello, with lino flower nnd fruit
gmrdun, stnblea, etc. Terms favorable.
SECOND Tho two story Cntlngo two
dors iimkul of tlieabow, latily occu.
pi. Eil by tlie Into A. T linker, having
gt rdcii, blublu, do. Terms fnvorulilu.
, Both premises nro connected wiih thu
clt y water bi-ivicc. Apply lo
( frippn Etiort. Ull If
For San Francisco.
'I he Magnificent Steamship
Bk sugii Commander
Till leao for the above port on or
Fo r freight or passage, apply to
ldl it 11. 1UIKFELD & CO., Agents.
DIRECT STEAMER LINE !
Sydney, Honolulu, San Francisco.
"We beg to Inform tho
DIRECT MAIL SERVICE !
Will bo Performed bv tho Magnificent well-known Steamships
AUSTRALIA and ZEALANDIA between
Siflw, Hmolili San Francisco and w versa.
The a.s. AUSTRALIA, Brough,
service, leaving Sydney, N. S. YV,
from Honolulu for San Francisco on
E. Mel NT
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from tho Enstcrn Stales and Europe.
Fioih Ciililorni-i Tiodujo by e cry Steamer. All orders faithfully atlended to.
and Goo N delivered toitnypirtof the city free of chnrce. Island otdcrs roli.
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Oillcc ISox Ufi. Telephone No. 9.3. 1G8 ly
TWO Seed, m of Wil kr & Co.'s Fire
Pnof Warehouse, near the Like
like wbnrf. Apply to
130 lw WILDER & CO.
Sfni Candy Factory
No. 7t HOTEL ST., between
Nuuuuti nnd i'oit SU.
Hns always on linnd tbo largest Stock
of Cumlie,lioili Plain and Fancy, guar,
nnteed to bu STRICTLY PURE.
WkolcKsile mid XSclnil.
Rich. Weddmg Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Rcputniinu, all
Size-, always on hand, ornamented
in any Si le. .
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
I? tiro mul
Fresh every Day.
Bell and M-Uuil Telephone, No. 71.
P. O. B ix No. 75. 108
Hns just received
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Mbico Meat In tulm und tiu,
Table hnisihi-, Sulinna Raislnv,
Cuirnnli-, Cilron, Lemon & Orange
Peil; Almond?, Wnlnuls.
Prunes, Diied PcncliuB, Fresh Apples;
Tins Lndy Finger, Ooweuo Cukes,
Honey C'ukcf. Ginger Snims,
Wine CtaekcTc, as oiled Orncknre,
Chocolate, ( ocoa; Biicnu,
uii,cn Jvagiu lira mi Hums; uuecse,
Laid, t.liblx. Beet und 1'ork,
Kits fciuinon, 'I ins Soiled Mackerel,
LulisterH, Liitlo Nock Clam-',
Qimliuugn, Homilies Cooked Hams;
Plum 1'udding, Crosne it Bluokwcll's
Ploklea and Pie Fruit;
cTupun mid Coinoi. 'JCeu,
Wheat, Oats, Bran. Corn, Barley,
Onion.-; M)ttU'd Soup, Star of thu
Kitchen Soup; Kuio-cdc Ull,
I'oston Dairy S.,lt, 101b. bnge;
Buckwheat Flour; Now OrliMii") Mo.
liases, Cul. S,wnp, Maple Syrup;
Family Flour, (Jernieu;
Old Virginia dweit & Sour Pickles;
01lc?, and u general assortment of
Staple and Taney Groceries.
BST Goods dell veied lo all pmts of tho
City, island orders will recelvo cartful
auention. Teh-plume 1IH.
17i lin OUA.S. HIMTACE, Klufc' St-
Public that a new
Commander, will commence tho new
on tlie 1st December, and will sail
or about the lfltli December, taking
H. HACKFELD & Co., Agents.
Y RE & BRO.,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A RARE chance for securing a dcir.
jl able homesUnd. Three Lots only,
1ii tlie easterly side of Makiki Street,
adjoining the innukasidc of Mr. Walter
Si-al's pmce. A very pleasant neigh
borhood; a never falling supply of pure
water la th' street from the Mukikl
Reservoir. Terms, one 'bird rash, the
remainder in 1 and 2 years with Intel es
ut 8 per cent. net. Maps nnd plans can1
be seen at the ofllce of
110 tf W. R. CASTLE.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Frill Stove Coal
Just received by the Martha Davis.
E2T Seud your orders in early to in
sure a supply. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
Queen Street. 181 tm
66 C I. Bishop "
Has just arrived from Germany
Cargo of New Goods
H. Httckfeld & Co.
Istmas & New Year's
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlana & Co,
beg to nnnounco that they will hold
of Fnncy (Joods this year.
55" For particulars as to dates, etc.,
see future advancements. 179 if
Light! Light ? Light!
Just Arrived, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sa'o by
J. T. WATERHOU8E.
A NEW LOT.
FOR BALE BY
173 13. X. AUauiu S& Co. lin