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THURSDAY. NOV. 2G, tsfod.
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Bktuo Discovery for San Finiiohco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr 0 R Bishop for Kauai via WiiU
nnne and Wulalua
Sehr Wnlcliu for llanapope
-Ulsslda Lylo's name was accident
ally omitted fiom the list of outward
passengers by the Klnau published yes
The bUno Discovery alled tliU morn
ing for San FiancUeo vlth 7,035 bass
of sugar, 1,303 bag of rice, 1)01 bitchs
of bananas and DO hbls of inolnses.
Total value domestic produce, 831,
0JI.00. Capt. Sanfoul. who took the schootler
Waleliu to Kauai on her lint tiip, 10
poits the schooner Lihollbo losing her
lib on Sunday lint. 'I'lie Llholiho put
into Ilanapepe. bent another jib-sail
and on Monday moiiilng went to sea.
Slinr O R llnhop ails to-moi row at
8' A. M. for Kauai via Waianae and
The schooner Kawallani will be hove
down to be cleaned.
LQGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No wonu of the Zcalandia at 2.30.
Cut. Marclnuit was better this
About 90 Chinamen have already
engaged passage by the bark Martha
Davis for Hongkong.
Tue cash sale of Messrs. Lyons
& Cohen to-day was very successful,
continuing into the afternoon.
A veky little work was done along
the city front to-day and it was
very quiet about the wharves.
The Pacific Navigation Co. is
agent for the schooner Domitila,
which sails on Monday for Hilo.
Di:au contctnp., the Bulletin
spells its ' carcase" because the
editor has always preferred it that
By mistake the price of Horn's
mince meat was advertised yesterday
at 10 cents instead of -10 cents u
Thanksgiving day is being very
generally observed by the foreign
population, most of the stores of
Englishtown being closed.
A special meeting of the repre
sentatives of the Honolulu Fire De
partment will be held this evening
at the house of Engine Company
Sevekal duck-shooting parties
will spend the holidays shooting at
Koolau. Mr. C. P. Wilder and Mr.
Jas. Torbert left for Koolau this
To-.MOitiiow at 10 o'clock Messrs.
E. P. Adams & Co. will hold a
special sale of effects belonging to
the German Club; also have their
regular weekly sale.
Last night the Rillcs again turned
out in goodly numbers and after a
smart drill they dispersed to meet
on Friday night for the final shoul
dering of arms preparatory to the
Mil. F. A. Sehaefer had a new
side saddle stolen from the saddle
house at his residence, Nuuanu
Avenue, one night this week. No
clue was left whereby to tiace up the
Road Supervisor Hart has com
pleted repairs on the causeway
opposite the wash house on King
street. The ruts have all been filled,
the protuberances levelled oif, and
the whole smoothed down with the
Tin; sloop Sarah, recently sold at
auction to a Mr. Phillips, ran on to
the reef last night on the Waikiki
side of the passage, and appears to
be in a hopeless state. The bow of
the sloop is under water, while her
stern is high on the reef. She is
full of water and will probably be
come a total wreck.
Tin: Temple of Fashion has under
gone contraction of its space, the
gentlemen's furnishing depaitment
moving into one of the pioprietors'
adjoining stoi es. It is reported that
a former salesman in the establish
ment will occupy the corner with a
similar business to that just
romoved from there,
A nsr. decked surf boat of seven
tons burden, built by E. Ryan for
Kohala, Hawaii, will be ready for
shipment on Saturday. This boat
is to replace the one recently smashed
to pieces during a storm at Kohala.
Mr. Ryan has also nearly completed
the building of a surf boat for the
Pacific Navigation Company.
Mussits. Hustace & Robertson
have been given the contract, at
S375, for transferring tho water
pipes strewed through Nuuanu valley
and along tho water front, to an ap
pointed place on tho esplanade,
there to be piled to await tho good
time coming when money will be in
hand for extending the water service.
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On Tuesday Inst Messrs. E. P.
Adams & Co., on behalf of the Mar
shal, completed tho sale of J. R.
Silva's property, disposing of live
stock as stated below. There was
a less number of animals, by a good
deal, produced at tho block, than
appeared on the schedules of the
estate: 5 steers, S 105; 1 cow and
calf, 822; 5 do., S130; 5 do.,
S102.G0; 10do., 8130; Gdo.,$GG;
balance lot, $15; 1G cows, $120;
C horses, respectively, 2 at $25
each, S'l-2, $14 and S20; 2 colts at
$8 and $3. Total proceeds, $857.
50. Mr. F. H. Ilayselden and Mr.
S. M. Damon weie both large pur
chasers of cattle.
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Just received, a large and well
selected slock of velvet frames at
King Bros. Art Store. 185 3t
Fnr.su Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mcller
& Ilalbe's Confectionery. 177
Fnr.su Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Mcller & Iliilbc's Con
MINCE.MEAT.-Not having been
able to satisfy the demand for my
Mince Meal 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 JO cents per pound. A reduction
will be made for 10-lb. lots.
185 f F. HORN'S STEAM CANDY
1 w FACTORY & BAKERY.
For. Sale Fresh Mince Pics daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
Ficsh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
every day, 50cts. per pound, at
( HORN'S PIONEER STEAM.
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
tf ( BAKERY.
Following is the programme of a
concert to be given at the Hawaiian
Hotel, 7.30 this evening, by the
Royal Hawaiian Band, in honor of
the captain and officers of II. B.
M. S. Constance:
March Festival Kappoy
Ovci tare Fi oliesome Students . . .Suppe
Quadrille The Times Coote
Selection Grand National FantaIa,
Selection The Jacobite Gassncr
Waltz My Queen Coote
Medley Pleasant Memoi ics Buyer
God Save the Queen.
Star Spangled Banner.
FOIST STREET CHURCH.
There was a large and representa
tive audience at this church, the
edifice being well-filled. The de
corations were remarkably handsome.
A floral harp of yellow crysanthe
mums formed the center piece,
standing against the choir railing. In
front of the desk rose a pillar of
green and yellow, and on either side
were banks and bunches of verdure,
comprising fcrm, palm and other
The services began by the congre
gation singing the lOUOth hymn, of
which the following is the opening
O God, l)f)iicath thy guiding hand,
Our exiled father? crossed the sea,
Anil when they nod the wintry stiand,
AVith prayer and psalm they worship
Rev, S. E. Bishop offered up a
prayer of thanksgiving, followed by
an anthem from the choir.
Rev. J. A. Cruzan gave out hymn
105G, " America, " which was
heartily sung by the congregation.
Mr. Ciuzantook for the text of
his thanksgiving discourse the words,
" Be ye thankful." It required
genuine joy in the heart, he said, to
make a person truly thankful. No
capital of brains or energy was re
quired to set a grumbler up in busi
ness. They were met together this
morning to oboy the injunction of
the text. With a brief summing up
of the numberless causes they had
for gratitude to God, he proceeded
to elaborate the idea tlmt they should
be thankful for their nativity, citing
tho love of their native land im
planted in tho hearts of all nation
alities. It was not for the material
greatness of their country that he
felt thankful to-day, weighty as
that reason of gratitude undoubtedly
was. Ho rather thanked God for
the peace and brotherhood pervading
their nation, after the terrible dis
turbance that racked it from center
to circumference a scoro of years
ago. It took years to bring about
the clasping of hands over the
bloody chasm between isorth aim
South, but those years had come
and gone, landing the country in
peace. Tho completeness of tho
happy change was exemplified in
the peaceful revolution of last
autumn, whcicby tho very political
party that had been identified with
the desperate attempt to break up
the Union, had by the peaceful
exercise of popular suffrages been
returned to power at Washington
from which it had been excluded
for a quarter of a century. The
preacher went on with glowing elo
quence to forecast the mightier
revolutions that were still to sweep
over America, in the subjugation of
ovory system of evil, all tho opera
tions to that end ever emanating
from the grand old center of Ply
mouth Rock. As a Christian man
he felt grateful to God for their,
native land. There was still much
to be deplored there, as in every
other country, from a religious point
of view. Yet tho forces of sin woro
twenty times stronger, and thoso
of righteousness proportionately
feebler, a hundred years ago than
now. The story of the cross
never carried more influence with
humanity than to-day. Never was
the Bible so widely published and
purchased by the masses of men its
at the present time. Tho preacher
recalled the boast of Voltaire that
two centuries would witness the ex
tinction of the Christian religion,
and set against it the growing supre
macy of the gospel, as attested by
the success attending homo and
foreign missionary devotion during
the present century. Cpncluding,
he said God loved them and their
nation. Let them plant their feet
upon that rock God's love and
they would bo safe and secure
against all the storms of life and
the forces of evil. Trials brought
strength, grace and contentment to
those who relied upon God, in sup
port of which the preacher cited the
cases of Job, David, and other
The hymn, "lie leadoth me,"
was sung by choir and congrega
tion, and Rev. Mr. Cruzan dis
missed the concourse with the bene
diction. st. Andrew's pro-cathedral.
The Thanksgiving Day services at
the Pro-Cathedral were conducted
by Bishop "Willis, with Revs. Messrs.
Wallace and Barnes. The service
for the day was read by Rev. Mr.
Wallace, and included Psalms lxv.
cxliv. and oxlvii. Rev. Mr. Barnes
read the lessons, Deuteronomy vm.
and 1 Thessalonians v. from the
12th verse. The sermon wa3 de
livered by the Bishop from Psalm
xxiv.: 1. "The earth is the Lord's
and the fulness thereof."
The day of thanksgiving is the
same as regards iho Christian
Church, as the Feast of Tabernacles
in the Jewish. Tho same principles
should govern tho thanksgivings of
the present as of the past. The ob
servance of the day is a recognition
of the truth of the text that the
eaith is the Lord's. Days of thanks
giving are intended to recall to our
minds from lime to lime our de
pendence upon God who gives the
increase of the fruits of tho earth.
Nor is it enough that thanks be
offered for the mercies of the year,
for we are reminded in this service
of our obligation to set apart a por
tion of our substance to the special
service of God. The covenant made
by Jacob devoting a tenth of his
substance to the Lord, was after
wards incorporated in the law of
Moses. Oilier nations are also
known to have adopted the i ule of
being allowed periods of rest, in
order that the soil might recuperate
its strength. The history of the
chosen race is a vindication of the
ligbteousness of God's laws; and
conveys to us a solemn warning that
only by a faithful observance of
these laws can we enjoy the fruits
of the earth for ourselves and con
vey our interests to posterity. Their
history also intimates to the people
of Christian nations that their pos
sessions are not their own, but the
Lord's. Obedience to God's will is
the sole condition on which any peo
ple arc assured that they shall inherit
DR. BRINKERIIOFF'S system o
Reciul Treatment. A new tn at
ment for Hemorrhoid , Fistula and otho
diseases of the rectum, by a pious
sure, safo and palnlos1!.
DR. MeWAYNE, 34 Alakea st.
rpiIE next regular mail for Sun Fran.
JL cbco will be (lisjialclicd from the
Poat Office per
W.1I. G. IRWIN,
Closing at 11 o'clock a.m. on MONDAY,
Money Ohdeu List will oloo on
FRIDAY, November 27tb, at 8 p.m.
H.M WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Honolulu, Nov. 24, 18t-5.
ES" Tho next following mail for San
Fraiitlseo will probably bo dispatched
per steumer Australia, on or about Dec,
lfith. 1 0
A Special Sale !
Ily ordor of tho Dinctora of the Ger.
man Club, we will sell at Public Auc.
FKIDAY, NOV. Sftli,
At 10 a.m., at our Salesrooms,
43 Chairs, 2 Clocks
8 Square Tabic, 1 Round Table,
1 Upright Collage I ianolone,
4 tJlMuititx, 11 Pictures, 1 leu Chest,
Floor OlUli, Gulden Tools,
1 JBoolc Case !
Iieer and Wine Glasses, German Rooks
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
St. Pauli Beer I
13V hauts & PINTS.
JUST LANDED, ox O. R. BISHOP.
For solo bj
H. HACKFELD & CO.
HinutH'y your IIoiiich for
& NEW YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Decoration & llordcru, etc.
Just received from Now York
and Boston by
LEWERS & COOKE.
SUPREME COURT of the Ha.
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruntcy of LOHR1N A. AN
DREWS. Before Mr. Justice McCully.
I.orrln A. Andrews, doing business in
Maknwao, I land of Jliul, having this
day bicn adjudicated Imikrupt ou tho
petition of Phillip Butler, it is hereby
oidercd that all creditors of said bank
rupt come in and piwc their claims be
fore me, at my Chamber1', in Honolulu,
On Monday, Nov. 30, 1885,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
It is further ordered that, upon said
day, the crcdltois piocced to hold the
ELECTION of an assignee or assignees
of slid 1 ankrupt estate, and that notice
hereof bo published one time in the
Hawaiian Gaxcttc and four limes in the
Daily Buu.i-.tin newspapers previous
to said day.
Dated Honolulu, Novomber 17, 1885.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: IIeniiv SsilTir,
Depuiy Cle k. 181 3t
Cleaned and Curled,
For San Francisco.
The Magnificent Steamship
Will leave' for the above port on or
For freight or passage, apply to
184tf H. IIACKFELD & CO., Agents.
I BEG to inform my friend and cuf
tomcrs that I have removf-d my
lace ot business from No. 88 Hotel
Lincoln's Shop, King Street
where I will bo on hand to attend
to all orders for
Housa and Ship Fainting, Paper
at prices to suit the times.
C. B. PATTERSON,
100 lm Lincoln's Shop, King Street.
THE undersigned beg leave to inform
the public that tlicy have opened
an onlce at
Itoom 13, Cuiiipbell'H Itlock,
(Up StairO, MERCHANT ST.,
General Business Agents,
We mako a Specialty of Boolckccp
ing, Collcctiptf. Cuatom.IIouso Broker,
age and Shipping and Receiving
Wo aro also prepared to take inven
tories of Bankrupt Stock anywhere in
the Kingdom anil gunrantio accurate
returns. We aro also prepared to fur
nish Tourls-U with guide? and give rell
able information In regard to route of
travel and places of interest on any of
Iho Islands of the group.
With strict attention to business and
prompt rsturus to thoao who may in.
trust their business to us, wc solicit a
share of patronage.
XW All Legal Documents drawn up by
an eMiericuced Lawyer.
NOBLE, HAKE & CO.
Election of OfHcors.
AT tho Annual Meeting of iho Ono.
men Sugar Co. held at the ofllce
of O. Biewer & Co. this day, the follow,
big ollleers were duly elected for tho
J. O. Oaiithu. President
F. Ai.i.un Vice-President
P. O. Jones Secrcmry
G . J. Boss Treasurer
J. O. CAUTKit Auditor
The above odlcers aro alho the Direc.
tors of the Company.
P. O. JONES,
Sec'y Oiiouica Huuar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 27. 1881. 101 lm
Notice to Horse Owners.
HORSE CLIPPING dono in tho neat.
et manner, shortest order and at
loucil rates, with the now Amciicnn
Lightning Horse-Clipping Machine,
which glides over them like lightning,
leaving them looking as smooth ub a
planed board. No more humane act caa
he doue to n hoiso than to have hU long
coat removed In this warm climate.
O. B. MILrS.Piopriitnr.
Cor. Punchbowl & Queen Bts. 175 lm
DIRECT STEAMER LINE !
SydLney, Honolulu, SSaii Fraiioitioo.
We bog to inform tho
DIRECT MAIL SERVICE !
Will bo Performed by tho Magnificent well-known Steamships
AUSTRALIA and ZEALANDIA between
Syfluey, Honolnlu, San Francisco aii vice versa.
The s.s. AUSTRALIA, Brough, Commander, will commence the new
service, leaving Sydney, N. S. W., on the 1st December, and will sail
from Honolulu for San Francisco on or about tho 15th December, taking
Freight and Passengers.
i8i st h. HACKFELD & Co., Agents.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern Stales' and Europe.
Fiejh Calilornia Produce by every Steamer. All orders faitli fully attended to.
and Good-delivered to any p mot the city free of charcc. Island orders Foli
cited. S itisfaction guaranteed. Tost Office Box 145. Telephone No. 03. 108 ly
St'm Candy Factory
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu and Fort SU.
Has always on hand the largest Stock
of OaudieVboth Plain and Fancy, guar
mitoed to he STRICTLY TUUE.
"Wliolewnle autl Keta.il.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of n Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Sics always on hand, ornamented
in any Si le.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day.
Bell and Mutual Telephone, No. 71.
P. O. Bov No. 75. 108
Has just received
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Mince Meat in tubs and tin,
Table hui&ins, Sultana Raisins,
Cuirunts, Citron, Lemon & Orango
Peel; Almonds, Walnuts,
Prunes, Dried Peaches, Fresh Apples;
Tins Lady Fingers, Oswego Cakui,
Honey Cakes, Ginger Snaps,
Wine Crackeit, iih oiled Crackers,
Chocolate, Cocoa; Bacon,
Dupeo Eagle llraud Hams; Cheese,
Lard, .!l)ls. Beef and Pork,
Kits balinon, 'I his Soiled Mackerel,
Lohsters, Llltlo Neck Clams
Quahaugb, Boneless Cooked Hams;
Plum Pudding, Ciossoiv. Blaekwell's
Pickles and Pio Fruit;
.Tups in unci Comei. Tea,
Wheat, Oats, Bran, Corn, Barley,
Onions; Motllul Soap, Star of the
Kitchen Boip; Kerosene Oil,
Hoston Dairy Sill, 101b. bags;
Buckwheat Flour; New Oilcans Mo-
biff-es, Cal. S) nil), Maplo Syrup:
Family Flour, Ucrnica;
Old Virginia Sweit & Sour Pickles;
Olives, and a general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
tap Goods deliveted to all puts of the
City, Ibhunl orders will receive careful
attention. Telephone 111).
174 lm OlIAS. HUSTACE, King St.
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
228 and 230 Fort Street,
Honolulu, .... Hawaiian Is.
W. IF. PAGE. Propiiitor
Public that a new
RE Aii ESTATE FOR SALE
A RARE chance for securing a desir.
TJl able homestead. Three Lots only,
on the easterly side of JInkiki 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 Makiki
Reservoir. Terms, oneihird rash, tho
remainder In 1 and 2 years with intcres
at 8 per cent. net. Maps and plans cant
bo seen at the ofllce of
10 If W. R. CASTLE.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
FranMin Stove Coal
Just received by the Martha Davis.
G2T" Send your orders in cmly to in
sure a supply. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
Queen Street. 1811m
tfs O. JEL. Bisliop "
Has just arrived from Germany
Cargo of New Goods
H. Huckfeld & Co.
GMstnas & lw Year's
Messrs. G. W. Maefarlane & Co.
beg to aiinounco that they will hold
of Fancy Goods this year.
ZW For particulars as to daten. etc.,
fcco future advertUonicntH. 170 if
Light? Light! Light!
Just Arrived, ox Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sa'o by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
A NEW LOT.
FOR SALE BV
17B E. I, AdmuB Ac Go, lm
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