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TUESDAY, DEC. 1, 1885.
S S Zcnlnmltii fiom S.in Francisco
Sclir Rainbow from Koohn
Htmr W G Hull from Maul utul Hnwall
S S Zenlandia for the Colonics
S S Al.imcdu for lliu Colonies
Stmr Kliinu inr Wlmlwnid Ports
Stinr Jus Mukeo for luipim
Stmr Leliua for Wlmlwmtl Ports
Bgtnu XV G Iiwln for San Frnncibco
Sclir Rliuknl for Wnlnliin
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Planter for Kuiiul
VESSELS IN PORT,
Bktno Dtecooi y. Meyers
Bgtno XV G Irwin, Turner
Bu Vletoilu Cio6, Robertson
Ilk Mititlin Duvl, Bcnon
Hk U It Bishop,
From San Francisco for Honolulu,
per S S Zciihinrihi, Dee 1 Mr Finnk
Hijigins mid (I!) Chinese.
Fiom Honolulu for tho Colonics, per
S S Alameda. Deo 1 Cahin XV Wood
year, T It Blown and wife, Itobt Luxe,
Ilobt T.iylor, Mrs Harris, J Cotiehii;
STKunvai: (J Hinrls, A Lawrence, 11
Kearney, . I Con o.iu, A King. G Cii'-co,
J Kltehie, It S.iiuleis. F Cliapiniin. II
Nelson, J Bungeino, ,1 Frauel., F Mar
tin, F Shndh antl J Itklic.
For San Fr.uicKeo, per bgtne XV G
Irwin, Deo 1 A Geciing, Itcv A D
Miller, K A Douglas, 11 K Fleid, MUs F
Miller, C 01en, J KNubuio, wife and
child, II li Ried and 1 Chinaman.
From Honolulu for the Colonies, pel
SSZealandia, Deol Mr Smith. W H
Bldwoll, D It Fetney, Rev J Mile), Kobi
Dotiiiolly and wife, and !)! Hi tiaiiMt.
The bgtno XV G Irwin sailed this noon
for San 'FraneNuo, with 8551 bags of
sugar, 1000 bags of lice, 701) bunches of
bananas, 203 bundles of gioen hides and
3 boxes of betel leave. Value, 54,
270.78. The Alameda took fiom this port'for
the Colonies the circus outllr, including
ten liorcs and four punks. Foreign
The hailing of the steamer Planter is
postponed until to-nionowat D r m.
The S S Zealaudi.i ariieil last night
from San Francisco, enrolHe for the
Colonics with 38J! tons of Itclaht foi
Auckland and ibi tuns of fi eight foi
L0GAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A quantity of otitfittings for the
militia came by the Alameda yester
day. . .
Judgi: McCully and Attorney
General Neumann go to Lahnina,
Maui, this evening, lor a session of
the Circuit Court.
Tin: Post Otlice despatched per
W. G. Irwin, to-day, 2,772 lelteis
weighing 07 lbs., and C63 papers
weighing 150 lbs.
Tins evening the Honolulu Rifles
and the Queen's Own assemble in
monthly session at their respective
places of rendezvous.
Someone asked if that was a new
military company, when Mr. Mark
ham had the 69 Chinese immigrants
diawn up in line for inspection on
the Pacific Mail whari last nigut.
M. II. L. Reed, formerly master
of the steamer Jas. I. Dowsett, took
passage by the V. G. Irwin to-day
for San Francisco, to take a position
on one of the P. M. S. S. Co.'s
The lime kiln of the Honolulu
Stone Co. not being sufficiently
large to supply the demand of burnt
lime, another one of the same size
' is being built back of the present
furnace and will be ready in a week
Mit. Hart has received a note of
thanks from Mr. Eckardt, purveyor
of the Queen's Hospital, on behalf
of the inmates of that institution,
for "the bounteous supply of excel
lent ice cream" sent them on tho
The stock of Island rice in San
Francisco is small, demand light and
market inactive. Old ciop SI. 50
cash to S4.G2A (JO days ; new, 84. GO
cash to 81.75 GO days. Shipments
ex Marijwsa were expected to bring
a higher ilgurc.
To-niqht the comedy, "A Widow
Hunt," will be given by local ama
teurs at the Music Hall. It is likely
to be a very pleasant entertainment,
and, being for the benefit of ono of
our most useful institutions, de
serves generous psitionnge.
Lyons & Cohen's special sale of
California pioduco to-dtiy was attend
ed by an eager crowd of bidders.
There was not enough to go round,
in fact. Potatoes brought ljcts. a
pound and onions 2cts., while apples
ruled from SI. 25 to $1.50 a box.
Hit. George F. Ronton, of Jla
iiiakua, Hawaii, was married last
evening to Miss Knto Lewis, the
ceremony being perlormed by Rev.
13. C. Oggel, in presence of a
fashionable company, at the house
of Mr. James A. Hopper, King
Mh. William Braidwood, well
known and highly esteemed here,
where ho woiked at his trade of
bricklaying for eomc time, died in
San Francisco, Nov. 11th, of heart
disease. Ho leaves a widow mid six
children, having been married to a
sister of Mr. E. B. Thomas, contrac
tor, of this city.
Fouty-iouk bags of mail woro
bi ought by tho Alameda. The sort
ing of this large quantity of corres
pondence made it lively for the
Post Olllce hands, who had also to
make up mails for the Colonics and
Ihe Micronesian Islands. They,
however, got through the whole
work early last evening.
" . '
II. li. M. S. Constance sailed for
Hongkong nt half-past four yester
day afternoon. Her expected "mid
dles" had arrived by the mail
steamer. This visit of the Con
stance will long bo a pleasant re
membrance to many residents -of
tho port. The ofllcers were agrcc
nblc to a fault and the crew u jolly
and well-behaved set.
Fnr.su Cieam Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mellcr
& Halbe's Conlcctionery. 177
Fncait Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Meller & Ilulbc's Con
The public are invited to call and
see our new goods, selected for the
holliday tiadc. King Bros.' Ait
'Store. 188 3t
M INCE ME AT. Not having been
able to satisfy the demand for my
Mince Meat in former j'ears, I have
now ready and for sale, 500 pounds
of my w ell-known Rich Mince Mkat,
btipcrior to any other in the market,
at -10 cents per pound. A reduction
will be made for 10-lb. lots.
185 ( F. HORN'S STEAM CANDY
1 w FACTORY & BAKERY.
Fon Sale Fresh Mince Pics daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factoiy & Bakery.
Ficsh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
every day, 50cts. per pound, at
f HORN'S PIONEER STEAM
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
tf ( BAKERY.
ROYAL AUSTcALIAN CIRCUS.
The Royal Australian Circus re
turned to town by the Likelike
earlj' on Saturday morning, after
having given a season of nine per
formances at Wailuku. It gave a
performance here on Saturday even
ing, which was thinly attended,
probably owing to the short notice
given. An advertisement for the
papers had miscarried in the mails,
that for this paper not yet having
arrived. Saturday evening's show
comprised an excellent selection, in
cluding a stump speech by "Cusco,"
in which were some sharp local hits.
A new and very funny pantomime,
in which Love and McDonald (the
clown) evinced great sprightlincss,
closed the performance. The circus
played five nights at "Wailuku to
good houses. The first night it
rained fearfully, the people having
to wait for an hour after the circus
performance had ended before ven
turing to face the weather. The
trip to "Wailuku was not a grand
success financially. Mr. Woodyear
says they came out about square.
A performance was announced for
Honolulu on next Thursday night,
but yesterday the propiietor decided
to return to the Colonies, embark
ing with his company in the Alameda
to-day. Besides the gratifying suc
cess the company has achieved in
amusing our public, the proprietor,
his chiefs of departments, and Mr.
Love, business manager, carry fiom
here the highest regard for their ge
nial qualities and upright dealings.
S'JDDEN D.ATH Of A RECENT VISITOR
10 hOlO U.U.
Many of our readers will remem
ber a Miss Field, who stayed a
while in this city in the course of
extended travels, leaving here about
the end of September lust. Tho
following telegram from El Paso,
Arizona, Nov. 20th, conveys an
account of her sudden death at that
place on the date mentioned: "The
remains of a lady were discovered
in a bathroom on the second floor of
the Grand Central Hotel this after
noon. She had evidently taken a
bath and got out to dress when
struck by death. A coroner's jury
was at once summoned, and an in
vestigation showed that deceased
was named Miss Arabella nekl,
nnd that she was on her way from
San Francisco to Washington, D.
C, via this point and New Orleans.
Her residence is 572 Atlantic ave
nue, Brooklyn, as was shown by
the markB on her clothing. Sho
had 8127.10 in her possession.
8 120 of the amount were gold pieces
and sewed up in her corset. She
also carried a lino gold watch and
bore a letter of introduction from
Stephens & Hughes, of Tucson,
Arizona, to a Dr. Hart. Miss Field
registered here on the 15th inst.
She is between 50 and GO years of
age, and was very large. The remains
were placed in the hands of an
undertaker to await instructions from
connections. Tho coroner's jury
decided that death resulted from
THE CHUF ENGINEER'S WELCOME.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nott, after a
pleasurable tour of tho Eastern
States, returned to Honolulu yester
day morning by the S. S. Alameda.
Tho ringing of flio bells announced
tho arrival of the Chief Engineer,
and many of his friends hastened to
the steamer to welcome him. On
the evening of his arrival all tho
lire companies assembled at tho
Bell Tower to form a torch-light pro
cession to their chief's house, to give
nn ovation and welcome. About
7:30 o'clock the procession started
with the Royal Hawaiian Band at
the head, followed by the Fire
Police, Assistant Engineers, Flic
Companies numbers one, two and
four, followed by the Pacific Hose
and Hook & Ladder Companies and
terminating with Chinn Co. No. 5,
nuiiibciing in all, exclusive of tho
Band, 1 10 persons.
Arriving at Mr. Nott's residence,
King stieet, thu firemen matched to
the front entrance and then formed
a circle. Mr. M. D. Monsarrat,
First Assistant Engineer, made a
short speech expressing the pleasure
of the llremcn In bccing Mr. Nott in
Honolulu again, and adding that the
firemen came to welcome liomc Mr.
and Mis. Nott and hoped they en
joyed their Eastern visit. Mr. Nott
replied, saying that lie was greatly
overcome by their kind lecep
tiou and hud not words to cx
piess adequately the profound emo
tions which possessed him on receiv
ing such a distinguished and umx
peeted gieeting. Refreshments were
then serxed and the band played
several selections. Many cheers
were given for Mr. Nott, and three
"with a tiger" for Mrs. Nott.
The grounds and house were hung
with colored lanterns, making a very
pretty sight. About 9:30 o'clock,
after singing a number pi songs,
the firemen shouldered their torches
and said good-night to the chief.
"Washington advices by last mail
are as follow : An important diplo
matic move to secure tho neutrality
of the islands of the Pacific, so far
as they arc not now possessed by
the Continental Powers, is on foot,
which contemplates a disregard of
Spain's claims of sovereignty over
any islands upon .which she has not
established colonies. Regarding
this an opportune time, in view of
the apprehensions caused last sum
mer by-the Carolines affair, the Ha
waiian authorities have lately
directed the Hawaiian Minister to
propose a plan to the United States,
England, France, Holland, Germany
and Spain, for the settlement of this
question. It is that the Sandwich
Islands, which possess great influ
ence in the other islands, be allowed
to send a Commission to unite them
into local representative govern
ments, whose integrity shall be gua
ranteed by the Powers. The con
tracting Powers would then send
Consuls to the islands to protect
their respective interests. In this
way the islands will be kept forever
open to commerce and neutral in
any wars that may hereafter arise.
The scheme as outlined has been
subject to several consultations be-'
tween Minister Carter and Secretary
Bayard. The la,tter heartily in
dorses it. Armed with thjs indorse
ment, Minister Carter ,will sail for
Europe to-morrow on admission to
the nations mentioned. ' He has
laid the matter before the Ministors
at Washington of the countries
named, and in every 'caso their
answers have been favorable.
HAWAIIAN EARK BURNED.'
The Hawaiian bark Hope, owned
by Messrs. Lcwcrs & Cooke, -Honolulu,
was seriously damaged foy'flro
at Port Ludlow, Washington Terri
tory, on November 10th: It is not
known how the fire originated.
About two o'clock in the morning
one of the crew asleep in the fore
castle was awakened by the smell
of lire. Upon his going on deck he
discovered smoke issuing from the
fore hatch. The watchman at a
mill on shore assisted with the steam
whistle in giving an alarm, and
shortly two streams of water were
turned into the hold from the steam
pumps of the mill. Captain Pen
hallow was absent at Seattle on
business, having left tho mate in
charge. The latter with the crew
was assisted by the crews of other
vessels and.'loncshorcmon, but tho
effoits of all did not avail to stay
tho progress of the fire. As a last
rchort, therefore, after saving every
thing movable fiom the vcsbel, in
cluding stoics, cabin furniture nnd
cloihinjr, the bulk was unmoored
fiom the wharf and scutt'ed by bor
ing holes in her bow ports. Thcie
being lumber enough in the vessel
to counteract the weight of the bal
last, the vessel only sunk until tho
waier reached, the deck. Had l'e
gone to the bottom, total loss would
have been the result, as the depth
ot tho spot Is forty feet. The tug
Cyius Wnlker, with her owner, ar
riving from Poit Gamble cuily in
tho forenoon, towed the damaged
vessel on the beach. There was
about .'JOO.OuO feet of lumber on
board the Hope. A telegram from
the captain, dated Poit Ludlow,
Nov. 21st, to Illggins & Collins,
Sun Fiuncisco agents, sb8: "Hope
nt wharf badly burned forward fore
mast, deck, and frame." Messrs.
Lowers & Cooke have had advices
that n survey was to have been hold,
and if the vessel was not damaged
too much she would be repaired
THE ALAMEDA GOES SOUTH.
At niuo o'clock this morning the
S. S. Alameda, of thu Oceanic-Union
line, left Honolulu for the Austra
lasian Colonies, being the first de
parture from this port in the now
mail service between San Francisco
mid those countries. A good many
spectators assembled to witness this
important episode in Pacific inter
national commerce, but, although
the Royal Band was there pla ing
its best, there was naturally a less
impicssivo scene than is usual upon
tho departuie of the same vessel or
her sisler ship to the Coast. The
telations between this country and
the Colonies are not likely to be for
u long time, if ever, ht intimate and
sympathetic as those obtaining with
the United States. On this occa
sion, indeed, almost the only pas
sengers having friends on the wharf
with whom to exchange paiting
alohas were the members of the
Royal Australian Circus troupe.
As the steamer cast off and moved
out into the channel, the band
played "Star-spangled Banner,"
"God Save the Queen," and "Ha
waii Ponoi," the gallant vessel lin
ing the British ensign on the main
mast, the Oceanic Company's on the
mizzen-mast, and the Stars and
Stripes at the peak.
ASSIGNEE'S SALK OF
The undersigned will offer for pale at
Public Auction at the Auction Room of
E. P. Adams & Co.,
On TUESDAY, DEC. Sth,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All that Deslnblc Property of J. II.
Boyd, a oluutary liaukiiipt, containing
1 Dl-lOOof an Acie, together with all
the liuilrlltis situated ihuieon, which
1 2-Story Dwelling House !
IS GJOD ORDER.
One Cottage, Barn, Carriage House, and
E.ith House. There is a water light to
the land, besides the Government water
is laid on. The title to the land is in
fee simple nnd is contained in IJoyal
P.itent No. fiOl, and is sold free of all
incuinbiauccs. There is a larjre number
of trees on s iltl land, and the buildings
are in good repair. A plan of the same
cm be seen at the olllce of tho undcr---igned,
and all explanation that may be
required will be given. The terms of
the sale are Cash ami all deeds at the
expense ot the jiui chaser. Adjoining
saiil lot are three parcels of land belong
ing to Mai la A. Bojd, and the Tiuetees
of ald Malta A. Boyd will offer them
for ,salc at the same time and place.
Plans of tho faid lots can bo seen at my
olllee. XV. C. PAUKE, AsMgnec.
E P. ADAMS
Honolulu, Xov. 13, 1883.
REAL ESTATE &
Town Property for Sale.
The underrigiud, duly antl o-izcd
Trubties forMniia A. lioal, will oiler
nt Public Auction, at tho 'salesroom of
E. P. AdariiB & Co.,
ON TUESDAY, Dec. 8th,
at 12 o'clock noon, all those
Desirable Parcels of Laid
situatid at Olnmanu, Pauoi, in Ihe tear
of and adjoining tho well-known IJ.d
'I he Paroi 1 known as tho KAAUICUU
LOT, udjoining tlio Uojd Premises on
l In; mnuka bide and cunt lining Y of an
urn-, nititc or U-bj. and moiu fully ilc
crihul in R.P. No. fi03. L. U. A. No.
4 Taro Patches
adjoining -hid Roul PmnjtitH on tho
nmkai or town Mile,' coulaiuiiit: '17-100 of
an iiciu, moie or ley, and moiu fully
described 'i It. P. No. 1.91S, L. C. A.
No fi,04U B A so,
2 Taro Patches
adjoining llie a love, containing 40.100
of un acre, morn or less, nnd more fully
iii sciibcd in R. P. No. 2,H 19 'I hu fore,
uniui; pireelii arc uiii)er leu-c at $2 0
per annum, expiring September 1. U8J.
Aim, that Pared sltiintul on Punch
bowl Himd and exlthillug to and ncro-jt
lliu Pauoa btieum, and tiiM'u adjoining
thu bifiiic.niCMtinnul piiceNlfoo tifnn).
Limiuiniii! 3 and 18- 00 of an note, nunc
or let, and morn lully desciihed in It.
P No. 2 5 J". Thih is a eood, henhliy
location fur a home-trail, the lot ha a
Hiiiall lioui-o on it and is well covered
with a liiio groo of algerolm tree-).
Also, that Valuable
Piece of Property on Hotel St.,
eppoMtc tho ro-idenco of Dr. McUiow,
oMeiidlng Irom tho Sirutoga House tn n
point neir tho office of the Fashion
htahh's, on which uro a couapo at pre
dent hiinglng In a rental tf 25 per
nionlh, and a 8-niorlwl liouto which is
leaierl to iho Fashion Stable, tojttlior
with a Miuill poition of ground covcied
by tho MiiMi'B, luiugiug an unnuul
renial of 20. This lento cxplreb on
April 1, 18U0. Sue plans al E. P. Ailiuns
A; Co.'s salesrooms. Titles good. Deidfl
at (Xpenso of purchasers.
Geo. II. RoiiicuifcON, ) T .
O.Boltu, f trusu es.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
170 17t Auctioneers.
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General Agent and Broker,
Will Attend to any Business entrusted to him.
Kial Estate Bought and Sold,
llutii-ts and Booms Ikntid,
Office work dune,
Corresponding attended to,
liooks nun Accounts Kept,
Steamer passage secured, etc., etc., etc.
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JUST LANDED, ex O. R. RISIIOP.
For sale by
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A Few Pairs of the above
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Just received from San Fianelsco.
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