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FRIDAY, NOV. 27, 1885
Xo ember 2(5
Schr Wailcle from Unmoa
Salmr Iwnlanl fium ltam.ikuu
Stmr Lehua from Wliiilwnril 1'oiU
SchrMaiy Foster finm ICnunl
Ilk Ll7t' hedalo fiom Glasgow
No umber 27
Htmr 0 H BIhop for Knuul via Wal-
anao and Wnlulua
Schr Walehu for llanapepo
w in iiiiiiiiimni- iimi
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
llklne Morning Star for H S Island'
Schr Doinitila for Ililo
Schr Wnllclo for ljap.ilkou
VESSELS IN PORT.
BUno Discovery. Mcycn
J3Uno Kiln, IIowp
Bgtnc V G lnvln, Turner
Bk Victoila Cio5, Robertson
Bk Martha DnvN, Benoii
Bk 0 It Bishop,
Fiom llaniakn.i, per Iwnlani, No em
ber 27th G W Wlltoug, W Coni.ult, W
Lang, I'1 Buekholz and 1!) deck.
Fiom Wliulwnid Port", per Lehua,
Nou'inbcr 27th F Austin and 2 deck.
The bark Confcii'iu-p Heated fiom'
Sydney, November 2nd, for Newcastle,
N. S. W., to load coal for this poit.
Messrs. 'Wilder it Co. have a baik
about foity das out from Newcastle,
N. S. W.. w 1th coal.
The schooner Wailcle lost two an
chors and plialn while at Unmoa on her
lasttilp. She will leecive a new fore
mast to-moiiow, and on Monday will
pall for PapalUou with a niaeciatlon
TheMoiniu Star will piobably all
for the South bea llaud on Monday.
Stuir Iwalnnl bi ought 2,175 lugs of
Stmr Lehua hi ought 2,7S0 hag of
Tlie baik Ll.ie Ircdale arrived this
i M., Kit) days fiom Glasgow, eon
signed to Schaefer & Co.
REMARKABLY CLOSE SAILING.
The bark Mnitlu Davis sailed fiom
Boston, July 1st, 1SS."), and crossed the
Equator in Long. 20 W. in 41 days.
From Equator to50S lit., Atlantic,
in 3 days. From 50 S. hit., Atlantic,
to 50 S. hit., Pacific, in 20 days. Fiom
t0S. Jat., Pacillo, to Equator in 29
days, crossing In Long. 120 YV. From
Equator to poit, 15 days. Total 141
The bark C. It. Bishop sailed from
Bremen July 3rd, 1S35, and passed the
Liaid light July 10th, in 13 days. Tiom
the I.i.aul to Equator 32 day, and 45
days from Biemen, eio-sing in Long.
21 W. From Equator to 50 S. lat.,
Atlantic, in 20 days. Fiom 50 S.,
Atlantic, to 50 b. in Pacific, in 20
days. From 50 S. Pacilic to Equator,
20 days, crossing in Long. 127 W.
Fiom Equator to poit iu 10 days. Total
FOREIGN ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
Nov. 11 Bgtno. W. G. Ii win, 10)4 days
fiom San Fiancisco.
Nov. 17 Bk. Coloma from Poilland,
Or., en loute for Hongkong.
Nov. 23 S. S. City ol Sydney fiom
Sydney and Auckland.
Nov. Bk. Ceylnn for Hongkong; S. S.
M:ii'ipo:a for San Francisco.
Nov. 23 S. S. City of Sydney for
The S S Maiiposa sailed Nov. 14th for
San Francisco, with 0,001 bags of sugar,
2,200 from Iiwln & Co, 2.138 from
Brewer & Co, 2,fS2 fiom Schacfpi & Co,
1,501 from Giinb.ium & Co, and 520
from Davis & Co. She also took 1,070
bags lice, 2,572 hunches of bananas, 3!0
bdls of sugar cane, 204 bdls of gicun
hides, 0 boxes of betel leaves, 18 dry
hides, c bdls of goat skins, and 4,G0O
tins of opium. Total value domestic
Fiom San i'lancisco, per bgtnu V G
Irwin, November 11 Mrs MMcCaitney,
E U Winston, O Oelsun
F.or San Fi.icNco, per S S Mariposa,
November 14 Oaihn: Ite J Conway,
Miss Maud Kolley, .Miss Wells, Capt W
F Grant and wife, J It Castle, Mrs J E
Wiseman, Mr Peck, Mrs Lieut Peck;
Stkkkaqk: J Laelian, II Manning, W
Johnson, Itussell Gcrmalnc.
Passengers foi Honolulu, per City of
Sydney, November 2,Ud Cabin Mr
Clift, Mr Diysdale Steerage Mr and
Mis Bi aw, Muiquls Tea no,
Just received, a large and
belectcil stock of velvet
King Bios.' Ait Store.
Fh:$ii Ci earn Cakes ami
daily from ami after date nt
& Ilalbc's Confectionery.
Fnusii Mince Pies daily fiom and
after date at Mellcr & Ilulbo's Con
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MINCE MEAT. Not having boon
able to satisfy the demand for my
Mince Meat in former years, I have
now ready and lor sale, 500 pounds
of my well-know n llicn Mince Meat,
superior to any other in the market,
at 40 cents per pound. A reduction
will bo made- for 10-lb. lots.
185 ( F, HORN'S STEAM CANDY
1 w FACTORY & BAKERY.
Foil Saw; Fresh Mince Pies daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
Fresh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
overy day, 50cts. per pound, at
( HORN'S PIONEER STEAM
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
tf ( BAKERY.
Lkwis J, Li:vi:y holds his regular
cash sale nt 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Mi , ... hi i
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS,
Tun Rifles drill to-night.
Osn of the Constance crow has a
pretty fawn on board that vessel,
which ho got at Esquimault, British
Major Wodchouso, Britisli Conns
sioner, visited the Constance yester
day afternoon, and was given the
Six midshipmen for the Constance
aro expected among the passengers
by one of the steamers from the
Coast supposed to be due to
morrow. Ik the Police Court to-day Kania
uli pleaded guilty to the charge of
drunkenness, the price of which
was the usual $G. A nol. pros, was
entered in the only case left on the
Rr.Mi.Aiuuu the sale of goods at
West, Dow & Co.'s store to-morrow
evening. Messrs. Lyons & Cohen
will oiliciatc. It will bo a lino
chance to obtain articles of utility
Tiirj barkentine M.iiy Vinkel
man, supposed to have left San
Francisco on the 1th inst., is said to
have a number of Chinese passengers
for Mr. C. Afong's plantation,
Captain Meyers of the barkentine
Discovery icceived yesterday a pre
sent of a Dutch poodle named
Bismaick. He will piobably put it
in the forecastle to share the sait
horsc with tho sailors.
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
the Bethel vestry to-morrow, Satur
day evening, at 7.30 o'clock. It is
desirable that there should be a
better attendance than is certain to
be at the Police Court on Monday
Mnssns. Hustace & Robeitson,
draymen, are carting the large water
pipes lying near tlie Custom House
to a place back of the I. I. S. N.
Co.'s olllce, where they are piled up
to lemain until the Government gets
to have them put in
Tub Honolulu pulpit has received
a powerful reinfoi cement in the per
son of JRov. A. D. Miller, recently
ai rived from the Coast. Mr. Miller's
sermon in St. Andrew's Cathedral on
Sunday inoiuing last was pronounc
ed by some of his brother clergymeii
to be one of the ablest ever they
The geometry class meets at the
Y. M. C. A. this evening. All
members who want to have tho
class continued, are required to be
present, as the Association does not
intend to continue providing goo
metry lessons unless the students
give more prompt attention to tho
class sessions than hitheito.
Mn. West, of West, Dow & Co.,
came near being the victim of a
smash-up a day or two ago. Tho
horse he was driving made a kicking
set-to on the carriage, wrecking the
dash-board, and was prevented ironi
Mnisuing up with a bad runaway by
being arrested j ust in the nick ot time
by a gentleman on' tho street.
Several business men, inter
viewed by a Bulletin reporter this
morning, in answer to tho query,
"How's business," said they had
never known times to bo so dull in
their lines of trade. Another, how
ever, a large advertiser, said trade
was iaiily brisk, although somewhat
broken up by the holidays this
Tin: Post-ofllce officials arc ex
pecting a large mail when tlie Ala
meda and Zealandia arrive proba
bly to-morrow. The number of
bags now received monthly from
San Francisco averages sixty. As
three weeks' mails (including the
European mail) will be received,
over forty bags aro expected to
morrow. Two of the guests at the Astor
House yesterday finished off lunch
Willi a lively strapping match. Tho
light was ably sustained by both
sides until the combatants were well
spattered with gore. A civilian
had spoken depreciatingly of tlie
Honolulu Rifles, and a member of
that gallant corps punished, him.
That was all.
Mil. C. Phillips, owner of the sloop
Sarah, now on the reef, took out a
number of casks this afternoon to
try and float the vessel to-night at
high tide. She has two large boles
in her bottom, but they can be fixed
when tho vessel is alloat. The cap
tain could not see the light the other
night when coming in, and did not
know u horo ho was until tho sloop
struck the reef.
civen last evening, at
tho Hotel by
tho Royal Hawaiiun Band, in honor
linml rt i iHi ,i
Of the captain and officers of H". B.
M.'s S. Constance. Tho hotel fiont
was brilliantly decorated with colored
lights, and niado a splendid appear
ance. The "Grand National Fan
tasia," a new piece, was played in
tho Band's usual able manner. While
tho hornpipe was being played, two
of the sailois cicatcd much amuse
ment by dancing it In (list class
Tiie purser of the steamer Iwa
lani that arrived this morning reports
very rough sens and heavy winds at
Ilamakua coast. The new steamer
Ivy Holmes arrived at Pauilo yes
terday morning on her way to Ilono
kaa to discharge. Tlie steamer Le
hua that arrived here this morning
also brings news of rough weather.
This steamer did not bring the
circus, as some people supposed sho
would, having gone not within four
hundred miles of where the circus
troupe is playing.
The piobabilities now aro that
the two steamers Zealandia and
Alameda left San Francisco on
Sunday last, and it is not unlikely
that the captains and engineers on
both vessels will bo instructed to
make tho best time possible on this
first through trip under a new ser
vice in short, that there will be an
ocean race of seven thousand (7000)
miles from San Francisco to Sydney,
the Zealandia touching only at
Honolulu and Fiji, and the Ala
meda touching at Honolulu and
Auckland. The distance from San
Francisco to Sydnej' via this port
and Fiji is- 0,358 miles. The dis
tance from San Francisco to Sydney
vin Honolulu and Auckland is 7,01)0
miles. So that tho Zealandia will
have tlie shortest course by 732
miles, or three steaming days, when
running on contract time.
THE BENCH ON THE BUTTONS.
In thclntermcdiary Court Wednes
day Judge Preston granted the ap
peals of Wong Tai Poon and Yim
King, respectively, against their con
victions, iu the Police Court, of
having opium in possession. Mr. F.
M. Hatch appeared for the first
named, and Mr. Jona. Austin for the
other. In giviiiE judgment, His
Honor criticized the course of the
police authorities and olliceis in the
execution of the opium prohibitory
law. He said the warrant against
Wong Tai Poon was sworn out at
four p. m., and not executed until
1.30 a. m., whereas it was the
Marshal's duty to execute a warrant
at once, otherwise loom was afford
ed for any amount of petty con
spiracy. The system of dividing
penalties among police officers he
condemned, and animadverted in
severe terms upon their careless
dealing with warrants. His Honor
commented upon the presence in
Court of nearly all the foreign police
officers on the force, and suggested
that their duties would be more
acceptably discharged if they ex
hibited as much energy in hunting
down the daily recurring felonies
that disturb the community, as they
do in ferreting out petty opium
To-mouow is the forty-second
anniversary of the recognition of
Hawaiiau Independence. The cele
bration of the event promises to
eclipse in intci est and liveliness the
commemorative proceedings of that
festival for many previous years.
Eurly in the day the diversions be
gin. At ten o'clock the martial
ti cad of native militia will resound
along the streets leading from the
Armory to Kaumakapili Church. In
the basement of that stately edifice
a luau of colossal piopoitious will
await the public, the feast begin
ning at twelve o'clock. The com
petitive drill, for which the various
military bodic have for some weeks
been eagcily preparing, begins in
the Central Pat k skating rink, cor
ner Beretania and Punchbowl streets,
at two o'clock in the afternoon. Au
admittance fee of 50 cents will be
charged the public.
In the course of the day the Brit
isli man-of-war Constance will be
dressed in honor of the event, and
by a salute and otherwise make re
paration, if any weie still needed,
for tho high-handed deprivation
of this Kingdom's independence by
her predecessor the Carysfort, un
der Loid George Paulet, on the 24th
of Feb., 1843, tho ovci turning of
which action by Rear-Admiial Tho
mas later gave Honolulu a name tor
one of its pleasant public squares
Thomas's action being endoised and
supplemented by instructions from
London and Paris, received the 28th
of November tho same year, for
recognizing tho full independence of
tho Hawaiian Kingdom. His Ma
jesty the King has invited Captain
Doughty and fouitcen officers of the
Constance to attend tho grand luau
for tlie benefit of Kaumakpili Church.
Saturday being "cleaning day" in
the British navy, it will not bo
practicable to tlnow open the ship
for public visitation. On Sunday
afternoon, however, after church
aervices,provided tho ship does not
depaitin the meantime, that courtesy
will bo extended to the community.
will be Issued to-
A PLEASANT VISITATION.
About seventy-five members of tho
Y. M. C. A. went out in boats last
evening and serenaded tho sailors of
H. B. M. S. Constance. It being
against tho rule to allow visitors on
board a man-of-war at night the
Bcrcnaders remained in tho boats and
sang religious songs, the sailors res
ponding. At about 9 o'clock the Y.
M. C. A. members took their depar
ture, and this morning Capt. Bray,
Mr. Fuller, Mr. Swain and a'number
of ladies made a pleasant visit to the
people of the Constance. Since tho
above wa3 in type, one of last night's
visitors has handed in tho following
It was a jolly company of ladies
nnd gentlemen that stirred up the
echoes of tho harbor on Thanks
giving evening. The launch be
longing to tho Morning Star was
placed at the disposal of the party,
and between 50 and GO accepted
the invitation of the gentlemen in
charge. Before starting it was
found necessary to get another boat
to accommodate the large party, and
ono of Mr. Cooke's lighters was
pressed into the service. The start
was made soon after 7 r. m., and a
bee line was attempted to the Con
stance, but tho nautical powers of
tho secretary of the Y. M. C. A.
were deficient, and the boats wan
dered all over the harbor before
reaching the ship. There an hour
or more was spent very pleasantly,
singing and listening to speeches
and songs from the sailors, who
crowded the bulwarks and filled
every porthole, and who seemed to
appreciate the honor paid them.
Smith, one of the crew, who made
his debut on the stage before a
Honolulu audience at the recep
tion, Tuesday evening, delivered a
comic oration from the deck, on the
"History of the Smith Family."
On leaving for the shore the ladies
sang "Good night, Sailors," which
wa. responded to by, "I'm just be
ginning to like you," and a ringing
cheer by tho jolly tars. Thanks
should bo given to tlie faithful Taro
who kept us afloat by constant bail
ing, and to Capt. Bray of the Star,
Mr. Fuller of the Y. M. C. A., and
Mr. Frank Cooke, for a very enjoy
able evening on the water.
A THANKSGIVING RECEPTION.
Last evening occurred one of the
pleasantest social events in Honolulu
for a long time. The Choral and
Quintette Club entertained their
friends at a musical reception in the
Gymnasium, the guests comprising
a large and fashionable audience.
The notabilia present were Rev. J.
A. Cruzan, His Ex. W. M. Merrill,
United States Minister Resident;
Major Wodehousc, British Commis
sioner, with Capt. Doughty and
several officers of the Constance,
arriving after the complimentary
band concert to the latter at the
Hotel; Mr. J. II. Putnam, U. S.
Consul-General ; Hon. S. B. Dole,
Prof. Alexander, and many leading
business and professional gentlemen,
together with a numerous represen
tation of the gentler sex. The pro
gramme given below was executed
with uniformly consummate style,
excepting, perhaps, only that a few
of the numbers were rendered with
even more musical ability than the
delightful success characterizing the
performance as a whole : .
Solo and Chorus
...Thou Km th Waft Sweet Incense
Solo bv Miss Bertha Von Holt.
Duot..Chlldren Pray this Love to Cherish
, Mrs. Hanfoid aud Mis. Brown.
Choi us.... Walk ye Huudied Thousand.
Chorus God Thou Art Great.... Spohr
Song "Violin Obllgato, S.inetaMail.i...
Mrs. Hanfoid and Sir. Yarndley,
accompanied by MUs Dickson on
Chorus Seiinata Costa
Flute Solo Romance Iulionuc
Mr. W. C. Morse,
with piano accompaniment by
Tilo, Solos anil Chorus O sing to
Solos, Mrs. Hanfoid and a!ih Brown.
Part Song The Arrow and Song
Extra (by request) Violin solo by
Pi of essor Yarndley, with piano
accompaniment by Miss Dick
sun. Chorus (Ladies' Voices) raithful
and True Wagner
Carnival Singers Chora, Mixed
As tho musical feast nearcd the
conclusion, the beaming face of tho
ice cream man appeared at a rear
door, conveying a refreshing and
liLurtiomc material influence to the
soulful ecstacies of the guests.
After toothsome sandwiches, cake
yes, anil pic nan accompanied iien
cious ice cream down tho gastro
nomical incline of each ono present,
the floor was cleared for dancing.
This diversion was pleasantly main
tained to the witching hour of twelve,
when tho assembly broke up, carry
ing awav iirateful memories of Mr.
Yamdloy, tho C. & Q. Club, Mr.
Hart tho ice cream man, and each
Music will charm the skaters in
the Yosemitu rink this ,aud to-morrow
& lljlfeW'iffJ" ' ' "" i' ft ".-
DIRECT STEAMER LINE
We bag to inform the
DIRECT MAIL SERVICE !
Will bo Performed bv the Magnificent well-known Steamships
AUSTRALIA nnd ZEALANDIA between
The s.s. AUSTRALIA, Brough,
seivice, leaving Sydney, N. S. W.,
from Honolulu for San Francisco 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.
Fresh Calitornh Produce by cery Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and GooiN delivered toiinypirtoi the city free of chariro. Island orders roll,
cited. Satisfiielioa guaranteed. Post Offlcc 13o 145. Telephone No. JU. 108 ly
A Few Pairs of the above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just leceivivl from San Francisco.
Will be sold at
3r. AV. MeCliesmey .& Son.
SUJPISEME COURT of the Ha
wailan Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of LOUR1N A. AN
DREWS. Before Mr. Justice McCully.
Lorriti A. Andrews, doing business in
Makawao, I land of Maui, having this
dny been adjudicated bankrupt on the
petition of Phillip Butler, it is hereby
oidercd that all crcdltots of Faid bank,
nipt come in and prove their clainib be
fore me, nt my Chambers, in Honolulu,
On Monday, Nov. 30, 1885,
at 10 o'clock a. in.
It is further ordered that, upon said
dny, the creditors piocecd to hold the
ELECTION ot an assignee or assignees
of s-iid bankrupt estate, and that notice
lien of be published one time in the
Hawaiian Gazette anil four limes in the
Daily Bui.lkiin nowspupers prclous
to said day.
Dated Honolulu, November 17, 1885.
Justire Supreme Court.
Attest: Henhy Smith,
Depuiy Clerk. ISO 3t
Light! mi! Light!
Just Arrived, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosone Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sa'e by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
St. Pauli Beer !
IN ((ITAIITS & PINTS.
JUST LANDED, o O. H. BISHOP.
For sale h"
H. HACKFELD & CO.
183 Iw .
I'pHE next regular mail for Sin Fran.
JL ci-co will bo dispatched from tho
l'oa Office per
WH, . IKWIN.
Cloning atll o'clock a.m, on MONDAY,
Novombor 'A ah.
Monet Oiidku List will close on
FRIDAY, November S7lh, at a ji.m,
II. M. WHITNEY, I'.M Q.
Honolulu, Nov. i, lBtfB.
jar Tho neil following mull for San
Fruneisoo will probably be illMmtcliul
per steamer Auttralia, on or about Deo.
Public that a now
Commander, will commence the new
on the 1st December, and will sail
or about the 15th December, taking
H. HACKFELD & Co., Agents.
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A ifew treat
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diseases of the rectum, by a process
sure, safe and painless.
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Fine Wall Papers,
Decoration & Borders, etc.
Just recciveil from New York
and Boston by
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Franklin Stove Coal
Just received by the Marllm Davis.
EST Send your orders in early to in.
sure a supply. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
Queen Street. 1811m
For San Francisco.
The Magnificent Steamship
Will leavo for the above port on or
For freight or passage, apply to ,
13itf II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents. ,
Clirislmas & it Year's
Messrs. O. W. Hooforlane & Oo.
beg to nnnounco that they will hold
of Fancy Goods this y.ir.
For particulars as tcdaten. 'etc!'
see future (ulvertUenients. L,379 tf ,
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