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THE DAILY BULIiBTIr fitJMMABYj HONOLULU, H, L 7BIBAT, yOVKMBEPv 37, 1895,
Monday, Nov. 28r1.
The Hawaiian lime is proving nt
least as good aa tho imported article
Kisg Dom Lniz of Portugal has
sent a letter of condolence on the
death of Queen Km mn to King
Tins morning the steam roller be
gan operations on King street, by
smoothing the freslilald covering of
Aiiout -1,000 tons of sugar are ex
pected from this l'ulmla plantation,
Hawaii, this season product of the
labor of 325 men.
Tin; burning of refuse on a Chin
ese rice plantation at Palama, last
evening, caused some fear in town
that there was a serious flic out
Mk. Edward IMehelor died sud
denly at Wailuku, Maui, on the 17th
inst. He was aged 53, a native of
England, and had kept a general
store at Wailuku for several years.
Rr.v. A. D. Miller, late of San
Francisco, preached ably to a large
congregation in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral yesterday morning. In the
evening Rev. W. II. Barnes preached
his first sermon since ordination as
Tucuk was a large congregation
at the Fort street Church last night,
on the occasion of the thanksgiving
service. The decorations were
beautiful, and tho music was line.
A thanksgiving address was given
by the pastor, Rev. J. A. Cruzan.
King Bros, have a display of
Christmas and New Year cards
which has probably never been ex
celled in Honolulu. Their window
on Hotel street presents a superbly
pretty exhibition. Cards in endless
variety, new and bright, with prices
of a range adaptable to any purse,
are laid out in tasteful order.
Clarke's fern cards, the best thing
out for bearing characteristic Ha
waiian compliments of the season,
are displayed in the show case.
Also, among other Island curios and
articlesiof utility, shown in one of
the windows, are shells containing
exquisite pictures of native scenes,
painted by Mrs. Tims. J. King.
Yu&TCiiDAY morning Mr. James
Olds, of Kaneohe, was returning
home, and when on the other side
of the Pali discovered a man lying
helpless on the roadside. It proved
to be a Norwegian named Oluf Tol
litscn, whose horse 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 unfortunate man's injuries. The
doctor made all haste to the settle
ment, and before returning made
the patient as comfortable as could
be expected." Dr. Emmerson says
the wind gusts he encountered in
crossing the Pali were something
Tuimimy, Nov. 24th.
Guuat activity is reported in the
Tun Lyceum interior is being re
novated. As we go to press Mr. Frccth's
house at Waikiki is on lire. The
owner is absent at Kaneohe, and his
paitner, Mr. Peacock, has hurried
off to the burning house.
Missr.3 Kate Lewis and Nettie
Andrews have resigned their posi
tions as teachers in the Royal School,
and are succeeded by Misses Annie
S. Walker and Helen Ladd.
This morning Mr. J. Williams
photographed tho winning crew of
the senior six-oared nice in the last
regatta, the picture being one of tho
promised prizes in the contest.
Mk. J. T. Waterhouso has hired
the Pacific Navigation Co.'s new
warehouse, Queen street, for a month,
to store a large quantity of merchan
dise received by the bark Martha
Tin: trade sale of hoots and shoes
at Lyons& Cohen's salesroom to-day
was a successful one. Honolulu
tradesmen were left behind in tho
bidiling, the greater portion of the
goods going to country dealers at
A kativi: named Kala, living on
tho Palama road, was arrested last
night by Ollleer Tell, for having
opium in possession, three small tins
of tho drug, with pipes, etc., being
seized. To-day Police justice Bicker
ton lined him 50 and sentenced him
to hard labor for two months.
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uah, jjjiu, wi uiu mm mi; jiuiimuj,
was the first to report the City of
Sydney. Ho saw tho reflection of
her lights in the sky a few minutes
before tho masthead lijjht appeared,
and reported tho steamer to the Cen
tral Olllco of the Hell Telephone
Company at nine o'clock.
Tin: Marquis of Teauo, a member
of the Royal Geographical Society
of Italy, arrived per City of Sydney,
with the intention of visiting the
Volcano and of passing soveral weeks
in these Islands for soientilic pur
poses. Tho Marquis has recently
visited Now Ouinca and the various
groups of Islands in tho South Paci
fic, mid his previous voyages, under
the auspices of the above society,
extend over large parts of Africa
and Asia but lately become known.
Three bankruptcy cases wero ad
vanced a stago in tho Supremo
Court this morning. Hon. W. C.
Parke, assignee, presented his ac
count of J. H. brims, Jr.'s, estate,
showing assets of 82,544.25, paid
out in preferred claims of 8784. 1C;
and dividends, at 27 C-7 percent, of
$1,700. The estate of S. B. Stod
dald, of Waihee, Maui, yielded the
siimc assignee assets of &89.72,
which he paid out preferred claims,
8108.13; dividends, at 17 percent,
$771.21. Messrs. Parke and Geo.
W. Smith, assignees of A. W.
Richardson & Co., gave account of
$3,013.16, assets in that estate, dis
tributed as follows: preferred claims,
SI8G.01; dividends, at 20 5-0 per
Wednesday, Oct. 25th.
Capt. L. Mnrcliant is said to be
very ill at the Hospital. His cigar
stoic is closed to-day.
Christmas vacation of Govern
ment schools will be from Friday,
Dec. 18th, to Wednesday, Jan. 6th.
FoitTY-uc.iir mail bags containing
over live thousand letters, were sent
over the kingdom yesterday by
Oh, thank you, Mr. Horn, for
those savory mince pies. When
they tool, writers and printers will
satiate the pent-up gratitude of a
yi:nr upon them.
The Honolulu mail sent by the
City of Sydney to San Francisco
consisted of 2,400 letters weighing
35 pounds, and 1,155 papers, 191
pounds !) ounces.
A neat and substantial framework
has been erected by Mr. George
Lucas on the Bell Telephone central
ollice, to support the great mass of
wires conveiging on the building.
A hevisei) card of Mr. C. K.
Miller appears in this issue. Mr.
Miller has just proved his talent for
business by securing the contract
of supplies to the British war ship
The Honolulu Rifles turned out in
good force last night, and an excel
lent di ill was had for two hours un
der Lieut. MoLcod. The boys were
very enthusiastic and agreed to meet
again toti'mht for another drill.
Visits were paid to II. B. M. S.
Constance this morning respectively
by Senhor Canavarro, Portuguese
Commissioner, and His Excellency
Gov. Dotniuis. Appropriate salutes
were fired from the vessel in honor
of the visitors.
A house died on Punchbowl Hill
from colic this morning. An extra
judicial inquest lcsulted in a verdict
that the distemper was caused by
the auimal eating a copy of the
Daily Press. Fragments of the
literary meal, containing many in
digestible typographical errors, were
found near the carcass.
Cai-tv Macaulicy, of the steamer
C. II. Bishop, reports heavy winds
and rough seas at Kilauea and liana
lei, Kauai. The steamer brought
the first of the Waialua orange crop
for this season. The new landing at
Kilauea, a fine structure built under
the supervision of R. A. Macfie, Jr.,
of Kilauea plantation, will be finish
ed this week. 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 arc
run out on the track to the end and
emptied into tho steamers' boats.
Tiiuusday, Nov. 20th.
Cait. Mnrcliant was better this
About 90 Chinamen have already
engaged passage hy the bark Martha
Davis for Hongkong.
The cash sale of Messrs. Lyons
& Cohen to-day was very successful,
continuing into the afternoon.
A VEiiv little work was done along
the city front to-day and it was
very quiet about the wharves.
Deaii contemp., the Bulletin
spells it ' carcase" because the
editor has always preferred it that
Tiianksoivino day is being very
generally observed by the foreign
population, most or the stores or
Englishtown being closed.
Sevekae duck-shooting parties
will spend tho holidays shooting at
Koolau. Mr. C. P. Wilder and Mr.
Jas. Torbcrt left for Koolau this
Mu, F. A. Scliaefer had a now
side saddle stolen from tho saddle
house at his residence, Nuuaiiu
Avenue, one night this week. No
cluo was left whereby to tracu up the
Road Supervisor Hart has com
pleted repairs on tlm causeway
opposite tho wash house on King
street, Tho ruts have all been filled,
tho protuberances levelled off, and
tho whole smoothed down with the
The sloop Sarah, recently sold at
auction to a Mr. Phillips, ran on to
tho reef last night on the Wnikiki
side of tho passage, and nppears 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.
The Temple of Fashion lias under
gone contraction of its space, the
gentlemen's furnishing department
moving into one of the proprietors'
adjoining stores. It is reported that
a former salesman in the establish
ment will occupy the corner with a
similar business to that just
removed from there.
A tine 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.
Messiis. Hustace & Robertson
have been given the contract, at
S375, for transferring the water
pipes strewed through Nuuatiu valley
and along the water front, to an ap
pointed place on the esplanade,
there to be piled to await the good
time coming when money will be in
hand for extending the water service.
On Tuesday last Messrs. E. P.
Adams & Co., on behalf of the Mar
shal, completed the 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 the block, than
appeared on the schedules of the
estate: 5 steers, 8105 ; 1 cow and
calf, 822; 5 do., SI 30; 5 do.,
8102.50; 10 do., 8130; Gdo.,$G0;
balance lot, $45; 16 cows, 8120;
5 horses, respectively, 2 at 825
each, 842, 814 and 820; 2 colts at
$8 and $3. Total proceeds, $857.
50. Mr. F. II. Hayseldcn and Mr.
S. M. Damon wcie both large pur
chasers of cattle.
READING ROOM ASSOCIATION.
THIS INSTITUTION is located on
the corner of Hotel and Alakcu
streets, directly opposite tho building of
the Y. 31. C. A., and is open every day
and evening, Sundays included.
The Reading Room is supplied with
all tho local journal, ns well as nearly
tlfty of the leading foreign papers and
The Cbculating Library cousUts of
over 3,n00 volumes, and is constantly
The Reference Library contains a
valuable line of cyclopedias, diction
aries, and works of a similar character.
A handsome parlor is provided for
conversation and games.
The Circulating Department is closed
Terms of mcmheiship : Signing tho
roll und paying the regular dues, tlity
cents a month, quarterly in advance.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from other iblahds are welcomo
to tho rooms at all times, hut as the
Association has no other regular means
of support except the dues of members,
it is expected that lesidcnts of Honolulu
who uesirc to avail themselves of its
privileges, and all who feel an interest
iu maintaining an institution of this
kind iu our community, will join the
Association und pay tho regular dues.
S. H. DOLE President
31. 31. SUO'IT Vice-rrebideiil
H. A. PA KM EL bE Secretary
A. L. SMITH Treasurer
C. T. RO. GMtS, M D.. Chairman Hall
anil Llhiary Commiiice. 77 tf
Sillies from Eirop.
MKSSRS. GKINDI.AY & CO. lake
Mil oppor unity ot tendering their
service to loiilunt.s abioml for the Sup.
ply of all Anicles ot General Consump
tion obtainable In this country. Sub
joined i a List of Anicles they aro pre
pared to ship, of which all aie manufac
tured hy, or procured from, the llrst
llardwaie and Ironmongery.
Carriages, Dog Carts), etc.
Saddlery and Hnno Clothing.
Hilles, G ins. Piatolsand Ammunition.
Oils, Pain'tB and Varnish.
Dinner, Dessert and Breakfast Ser.
Plated Wares of llirminghnm and
Personal Clothing, Hosiery, Gloves,
Shirts, Hoots, etc.
Table and Household Linen.
Perfumery, Unifies and Soaps.
Oilman' Store, Lamps.
Cricketing Goods and other articles
Wines, Spirits and Heer.
Watches. Clocks and Jewellery.
Hooks, Periodicals and Newspapers
Prims and Picture Frames,
Hilliard aul Hagatello Tables.
Optical, iMiuhtnutical and Phlloso.
Orders for Musical nml Philosophiea.
Instruments, and all articles connected
wl h tho Arts and Sciences, re.juiro
great pormmal care and judgment, and
should he accompanied by as dctiiled
Instructions as possible, or hy patterns
and drawings and measurements, if
Thumb A Remittance or Order for
Payment must accompany tho Older.
East India und Colonial Aireuts.
65 Parliamont St., London, 8.W, 158 tf
(ft 33 Id
E. O. Hall & Son,
Intcr.Islnnd S. N. Co.,
Hnw'u Agricultural Co.,
Wildcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci.
39 Merchant Street. 151 ly
By order of A. JAEGER, Esq., Ad.
ministrator of tho Estate of P. T. Lenc
han, deceased, 1 will sell at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom, on
On TUESDAY, DEO. ist,
at 10 o'clock a.m., a large assort.
nvnt of Liquors belonging to
said Est.ite, consisting of
Brmlr, Gin, WlMei,
Champagne, Port & Sherry Wine,
Ale & Stout, &c.
180 TOt LEWIS J. LEVEY, Auct'r.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
The undersigned will offer for sale at
Public Auction at the Auction Koom of
E. P. Adams & Co.,
On TUESDAY, DEC. 8th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All that Desirable Property of .1. II.
Boyd, n voluntary Bankrupt, containing
131-100 of an Acre, together with all
tho Iluildings situated thereon, whiuh
1 2-Story Dwelling House !
One Cottage, Barn, Carriage House, and
iiutli House. There is a water right to
the land, besides the Government water
is laid on. The title to the land is in
fee simple and is contained iu Royal
Patent No. BOl, and is sold free of all
Incumbrances. There is a large number
of trees on said land, and the buildings
arc in good repair. A plan of the same
can be seen at the office of the under
signed, and all explanation that may be
required will bo given. The terms of
the sale arc Casli and all deeds at the
expense of tho purchaser. Adjoining
said lot aro three parcels of land belong
ing to Mariff A. Boyd, and tho Trustees
of said Maria A. Boyd will offer them
for sale at the same time and place.
Plans of the said lotf can bo seen at my
otttce. W. C. PARKE, Assignee.
E P. ADAMS & Co.,
Honolulu, Nov. 13, 18S3. 181
REAL ESTATE &
Town Property for Sale.
The undersigned, duly authorized
Trustees for Maria A. Hoyd, will offer
at Public Auction, nt the salesroom of
E. P. Adams & Co.,
ON TUESDAY, Dec. 8th,
at 12 o'clock noon, nil those
Dciiiriilile Parcels of Liiiid
situated at Olomana, Pauoa, iu tho rear
of and adjoining the well-known Boyd
The Parcel known as tho KAAUKUU
IjO l adjoining tho Hoyd Premises on
the inaukii Mde and containing . of an
acre, more or lea, and more fully des
cribed in R.P. No. COS. L. C. A. No.
4 Taro Patches
adjoining said Boyd Premises on the
makai or town Mo, containing -17.100 of
an acre, moro or less, nnd inoro fully
described la R. P. No. l,01tf, L. C. A.
No. 5,040 B Also,
2 Taro Patches
adjoining tho above, containing 40.100
of an acre, more or less, nnd moro fully
described in R. P. No. 2,3 13 Tho fore,
going purccls aro under lease at $2"0
per annum, expiring September 1. lcSi).
Also, that Purcil situated on Punch
bowl Road and extending to and across
tho Pauoa Htrenm, and thcro adjoining
tho hefore.mentioncd pirccls(tcu plan),
containing 3 nnd 18.100 of an acre, mote
or le8, and more lully descilhed in R.
P No. a.oau, This is n good, hcahhv
location for a homestead, the lot has a
small house on it and Is well covered
Willi a tine grove of algeroha tiees.
Also, that Valuable
Piece of Property on Hotel St.,
uppo'ite the residence of Dr. McGrew,
extending from tho Saratoga House to a
point near tho ofllce of tho Fashion
ritahles, on which aro a cottupo nt pre.
sent bringing in a rental of L',"! per
month, and a S.sloried house which is
leabed to the Fashion Btablco, together
with a small portion of ground cnveicd
by the hlahles, bringing an annual
rental of $'J,0. This lento expiicson
April 1, 1800. Seo plnns at E. P. Adams
& Co.'s salesrooms. 'Titles good. Deeds
at expense of purchasers.
Geo. II. Hoiikutbon, ) T .
O. Boltk, J i rustics.
E. P. ADAMS & CO,,
170 17t Auctioneers.
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