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WEDNESDAY, DEC 2, 188o.
Sola- Kulniimim from Koholalele
Stmr Planter for Ktuial
Stmr Llkelikc for Kaliulnl
VESSELS "LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr Kllaitca llou for YViudwaid I'om
Bktne Ella for San Francisco
SchrXetllcMuiiIll for I.ahaiua
Sclir llainbow for Kookiu
iijkM jr- rem-
VESSELS IN PORT.
JJklno Ella, Howe
Jlk Vlctuiln Ciw, Robertson
Itk Martha lavl, Benson
Jlk U R Uioliop,
Bk Lizzie Iiednle,
For Windward Torts, per steamer
Kinan, December 1 Mrs U Wight, Ills
Ex Gov .10 DoinlnWnnd two servants,
lion h McCully, Ills Ex P Neumann, YV
Wilcox, Hon G W l'lllpo, W A Klnuoy,
Geo F Renton and liiide, 11 Kenton, J X
S Williams, T II Hughes, .Ino Austin.
Miss M Hitchcock, Mrs K Ferries 1 N
Makce, Ficil II Hay.sulilcn, C 15 Makce.
O YV Ashford, Hon 11 Kuihclanl, G 11
Hnriis, OBolte, II McMillan, T Xott,
C W Spiz, S Decker, M Mungcrsnu, J
Gibson and -wife, LI Cheung. 1 A Dins,
JFMeKcnzle. S Ami, Y Alan, . W
Rii'win, Mis Taylor nnil about HO deck.
From Windward Poits, per steamer
"W G Hall, December 1 A A Hodil, K
M 'Jones, Mis F W Boy and child, Mrs
Eva Pracht, Henry Grubc, 1 Chiiuiinan
and S3 deck.
The ship Stirlingshire fioin Liverpool
for Honolulu via Madeira was spoken
Nov 15 in the English Channel.
The bai k James S Stone, CaptBarstow,
will sail fiom Xew York for Honolulu
Via Boston between December the 1st
and 15tli. She is consigned to Brewer
The steamer Likelike sails this even
ing nt 5 o'clock.
The steamer W G Hall brought 4017
bags of sugar, 89 bags of awa, 009 bags
of coffee, 11 hides ami 3 hogs.
Mr Fred Wilhelm, purser of the
steamer Planter, being unwell will re
main on shoie for a week, and Mr
Webster of the Iwalani will go to Kauai
in his stead. Mr "W White will act as
freight cleik of the steamer Iwalani for
The baik Maltha Davis is making
ready for Chinese passcngeis.
The rcpaiiing of the schooner Emma
Is nearly completed. She will piobably
resume her old loute to ICool.iu when
ready for sea.
The schooner Nettie Men 111 after
being laid up for about three months and
having been thoroughly renovated will
sail to-motrow afternoon for Lahaina.
Maui, under command of Capt Crane,
formerly master of the llaleakala.
The ship Xaturra, a new csol of
1105 tons iegiter, just off the blocks,
was to sail iiom Glasgow Nov loth for
Honolulu, consigned to Seluefer & Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Week-sight services at St. An
drew's Cathedral this evening.
It is pleasing to note that Capt.
L. Marchant is able to be about to
day. . o .
Street-cleaning- under contract
has begun, the Board of Health
carts being used.
At the Bethel Union this evening
the theme will be, "The Changed
Heart. Ezek. 3C:2G, 27.
The Pacific Hardware Co.'s
change of advertisement in
paper is an interesting one.
The sale of liquors belonging to
the Lenehan estate, by Mr. Leve',
ycsterdajr, realized about 81,500.
, . i
" A Roll-call and Experience
Meeting" will be the form taken by
the Fort-street Church exercises
To-morrow afternoon, from three
to five, II. R. II. Princess Lilitioka
lani will hold her weekly reception at
her Palama residence.
Messrs. II. K. Macfaiiane and F.
Brown have retired from the firm of
J. II. Lovejoy & Co., Mr. Lovejoy
continuing the business under the
old firm name.
Claims of $10,73G.7!) have been
proved in the bankruptcy estate of
Lorrin A. Andrews, of Makawao,
Maui, and Hon. W. 0. Pnrko has
been appointed assignee.
At the meeting of the Rifles last
night finances were discussed at
length, the prospect of appointing a
captain soon was tallied of, and an
application for membership was ac
cepted. A relic of the last Ilell-Gate ex
plosion, in the shape of a bit of the
electric conductor, was secured by
Mr. John Nott, who saw the per
formance, and he has placed the
object in Messrs. Oats' window.
Mr. John A. Palmer is not going
away, as some have hastily assumed
from his recent selling of furniture.
He has simply changed his mode of
living. A largo card in this paper
shows that he is still on hand for
Decemker's Friend closes the
13rd volume of that periodical, and
the editors say it is paying expenses.
There are several pages of editorial
matter in this number, and the de-
paltmenls arc full and interesting.
In a paragraph the partial enforce
ment of the Sunday laws is con
demned! "Hello, young man, what arc you
doing hero?" said a gentleman to one
of the Circus boys yesterday. "Did
they accidentally leave you here?"
"No, replied the young man of the
ling, "1 left llioin ; 1 have had
enough of such a life, small pay and
hard work. 1 have seen all of the
world I want to sec, and now f in
tend to remain here."
Mu. Itinglcy has moved his cigar
manufactory into town, to the Crys
tal Soda Works, where it will be
no trouble for dealers to find him.
As the conductor of a homo in
dustry, whose productions can hold
their own in prieo and quality
against imported goods in his line,
Mr. Ilingley deserves liberal patron
age. His brand of "Honolulu
Belle" needs only to bo tried by
smokers to make them ask for it at
Ycsteiiday afternoon four natives,
two men and two women, were fish
ing off Waikiki in a scow boat, when
the wind began to blow severely.
The anchors of the scow would not
hold and the boat was blown to sea.
When beyond the reef the sea be
came very rough and the fishing
party were fast drifting into mid
channel. The schooner Rainbow
then chanced to heave in sight and
was signaled for assistance. The
schooner hove to and sent a boat to
the fisher people and thus saved four
persons from untold misery and
Fresh Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mcller
& Ilalbo's Confectionery. 177
Fresh Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Meller & Halbe's Con
The public are invited to call and
sec our new goods, selected for the
holliday trade. King Bros.' Art
Store. 188 3t
A hack was driven swiftly through
Hotel street between eight and nine
o'clock last evening, and a young
native girl was seen struggling as if
attempting to get out, and heard to
give an occasional scream. Some
body inside seemed to be holding
her back, but the, vehicle disap
peared without check, although
spectators shouted to the driver to
stop, a policeman on the sidewalk
making no move to interfere with
what looked like a case of forcible
abduction. Persons who viewed the
scene are of opinion that all on
board the carriage were primed with
From nine o'clock last night a
man occupied himself for half-an-hour
or so, at the corner of Bere
tania Street and Garden Lane, in
mauling, a woman, supposed to be
his wife. Some persons who wit
nessed the disgraceful scene at the
stait went to look for the the police.
The junctions of Emma, Fort and
Nuitanu Streets, with Beretania,
where officers are supposed to be
stationed, were visited without re
sult. Finally, a man rode down
town on horseback, and returned
with a guardian of the peace dis
covered in some quiet nook or other.
In tlie meantime, however, a gentle
man going home from a meeting,
having heard the racket, blew a
policeman's whistle, at which the
ruffian took alarm and made his es
cape. It is said the cause of the
flagrant and unmanly assault was
that the woman, on account of ill-
usage, had left home a few days
previously, and her husband, meet
ing her on the street last night, pro
ceeded to punish her, pounding her
with his fists andtcaiing her clothes.
The couple are foreigners, the wo
man a Portuguese.
THE LIBRARY BENEFIT.
Last evening's event at tho Music
Hall was grandby successful in every
way. A more imposing audience
never gathered in that edifice, com
prising as it did a splendid repre
sentation of the intelligence, dignity,
wealth, beauty and fashion of the
city, and filling every seat in the
main auditorium. JLho amateurs
who gave J. Stirling Coyne's
comedy, "A Widow Hunt," without
exception acted well their parts,
producing as pleasant an evening's
entertainment as the community
has been favored with in a long
time. Mr. Godfrey Brown, in tho
role of Major Wellington de Boots,
both by his get-up and his clever
acting, carried off tho chief honors
of the evening. The more staid
male characters of the play Felix
Featherly and Frank Icebrook
were, however, sustained with com
paratively equal art by Mr. J. F.
Brown and Mr. E. W, Purvis, res
pectively. Miss Lulu Moore carried
out the representation of Mrs.
Featherly, in its varying phases,
very eli'ectively, bearing herself
witli an artistic stage presence
through the scenes most requiring
dramatic skill. Mrs. Major de
Boots, "the superior woman," in
costume and execution, was fuult-
lessly personated by Mrs. J. D.
Strong. The widow, Mrs. Swan
down, was veiy takingly repre
sented by Mrs. A. II. Ilnlcy. Mr.
Von Holt and Miss S. Clark had
minor parts, filling them well. In
short, although the selection was a
modest one, as regards stage setting
and other accessories, the whole
large audience seemed to be de
lighted with the performance from
beginning to end. Many gentlemen
in the lobby, between acts, were
heard expressing the desire that the
local talent of Honolulu should
more frequently caler to public
amusement on the boards of the
Music Hall. The performance is
likely to yield the Library a round
$200. There is talk of it's being 10
pcated on Saturday night.
HONOLULU Y. M. C. A. ABROAD.
The Y. M. C. A. Jrcssentcr, of
San Francisco, has the following ic
garding the Honolulu delegates to
the Napa Convention :
"Mr. S. D. Fuller was the tallest
delegate in attendance ; it seems as
if lie had grown four inches since he
went to Honolulu."
"Mr. S. D. Fuller, General Secre
tary of the Honolulu Association,
has graced our sanctum by his
manly visage several times during
the last few days. Ho also made
the ocean voyage of 2,200 miles
across the Pacific to attend the
State Convention. He assures us
that the voyage was not made with
out considerable sacrifice, as he
threw up nearly everything in mak
ing an effort to get here. Mr.
Fuller speaks in encouraging terms
of the work in the Islands of the
Sea, and that there is every prospect
of a successful winter's work."
"Mr. Henry Waterhouse, an active
member in the Honolulu Young
Men' 8 Christian Association, has
been visiting our city for several
weeks. He attended the Fifth An
nual State Convention as a delegate
from Honolulu. Mr. Waterhouse
has been a frequent visitor to the
building. He is an earnest Christian
worker, and greatly interested in
our work for young men."
For the month of Oct., 1885:
The total number of deaths repotted
for the month of October was -IS, dis
tiibuted as follows:
Under 1 year....
Fioin 1 to 5
Fiom C to 10....
Fioin 10 to 20...
From 30 to -10... 5
From 40 to CO. .. 5
From GO to GO... 5
From 00 to TO... 3
Over 70 5
Fiom 20 to 30
Hawaiian. .. .
.25 Females, 14
..31 I Great Britain...- 1
. . 3 I S. Isles 1
. . 1 I Ainericauo 1
Other nations... 1
CAUSE OI" death:
Disease of Liver 1
Consumption . . .
Disease of Heart
Unknown . .
Number unattended 10
comparative monthly mortality
Nov.1881 -13 Nov. 1884..
Nov. 1882 18 Nov. 18S3..
Nov. 1SS3 51
Aunual death rate per 1000 for month
SICKNESS IN THE SCHOOLS.
School. Scholar!. Sick.
Foit Street School 149 2
Royal School 289 11
Pohukaiua School 112 0
St. Alban's College 50 0
St. Louis' College 385 5
Preparatory School 03 2
J. II. Brown,
Agent Board of Health.
Monday, Nov. 30th.
Wahahei, deserted bound service,
was ordered to return. Costs S3.
W. R. Castle and Kahuila, admin
istrators estate of Kahaila, vs. Kai
kala. Judgment for plaintiff for
$33. Appeal noted to Supreme
S. II. Meekapu vs. J. N. Kaiaika
waha, assumpsit for $05. Judg
ment for plaintiff for 8-10. Appeal
noted to Intermediary Court.
Monday, Nov. 30th.
Mahalo, Joe, Peaha, Pake, Kua
lani, Piko, Kauamu, Mahana, Leal,
Tim. Morrison, Jim Wilson, Robt.
Stanley, Ah Chero and Kukahiku,
$G each for drunkenness.
Kalnwakna was mulct in the sum
of $7 for breach of express rules.
Kahai and llnupu (w.) were
fined, respectively, S30 and $15 for
Wahahei got 15 days, and was
lined 85 and costs for eluding the
viligancc of a police olllcer by es
caping from custody.
Tuusday, Dec. 1st.
John llolaboln, and Kunia, 80.00
each for drunkenness. Alupai and
Levi, for refractory conduct at the
Reformatory school, were sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor one
J ear, and at the expiration of the
term to return to Reformatory school.
The trial of the 23 Chineso brought
up on Nov. !)th for participation in
illegal secret society business, com
menced this forenoon. Deputy
Marshal Dayton, assisted by Mr.
A. Whitinir. for the crown. Messrs.
?. M. Hatch and W. A. Kinney for
The Police Court had
something of the nppcarance of a
Chinese notion store. On Hie floor
before the judge's desk was a pile of
books, the half binding of which itself
throw a mysterious glamor over the
volumes vicli were written both
outside and in with formidable hier
oglyphs of probably terrible import,
and leaning against the table is a
great staff, doubtless the baton of
some mighty conductor with which
he drives the candidates for celestial
illumination within the circle of the
inner mysteries. On the tabic, and
behind the tailing in a corner of the
court room arc also piled, in the most
artless harmony of confusion, more
books, together with an endless
variety of queer sticks, trinkets,
pieces of cloth and all the parapher
nalia of occult mysteries. The terri
ble significance of all this apparatus
of mystification and initiation, none
but those who have played around
the smoking caldron of celestial free
masonry can ptetend to understand
or appreciate. The prisoners were
committed for trial before the Sup
Tuesday, Dec. 2nd.
Mnhoahoa and Ilctckia, for mali
cious mischief, diverting water, were
fined, including costs, $3.50 each.
Kcoui, Kapuiki, Iliiwai and R. T.
Scrimgcour were mulct in $G each,
and Kuaia got 7 days at hard labor
for drunkenness. Dick was fined $5
and costs 83.30 for assault and bat
tery. Malina, for driving an express
without a license, was fined with
I A. SCHAEFER k CO.
Have received, per Lizzie Iredalc,
and offer for sale, at lowest rate?,
St, Fatdi lager Beer, quarts & pints,
Pilsener Beer, " "
Tennent's Pale Ale,
Blood, Wolfe & Co. Pale Ale, quarts &
Pigbrand Stout, do., do-,
French. Claret, in casks & cases,
Also, a full assortment of
Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Hocks, Sherry, etc.
Just Arrived !
From Bremen, per C. R. Bishop, and
now landing, an Invoice of
Consisting in part of
(In a variety of Styles and Prices).
Harmonicas, Violins, Zithers, Prussian
Emms, Base Drums, 28-in. Accor-
deons, Tamborincs, Flutes,
Fifes, Banjos, Sliiugs, etc.
US?" These Goods were carefully
selected for this market, and at prices
that will enable me to oiler special in
ducements to thu trade or any one who
wishes lo purchase goods in the above
line. (188 :iw) C-TS. WILLIAMS.
This Paper goes into most of the
English-speaking households of
Honolulu. It is unquestionably the
for business men desirous of bring
ing tlicir wares to the notice of the
IMoittlily MoMl$ium lit
w.l tuta a -tm! t -nirriTk x'M
ienerai Agent and fcsroKer,
Will Attend to any Business entrusted to him.
Real Estate Bought and Sold,
Houses and Rooms Rented,
Office woik done,
Correspondence attended lo,
Books and Accounts kepi,
Oflico, No. (50 Fort Strocl, Honolulu,
EST Mutual Telephone No. 121.
Save Yourself and Yours
Fiom Loss by Fiio, Shipwicck or Heath, by Insuilng Home, Furniture
and Kllcct, Caruocs of Sugar, Rice, Gcncial Produce and Jlei-
clianilisc, Stocks of Hoods and Life, in tho
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Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAbT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goodn leceived by every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
Fieh Calilornia Produce by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered lo any part ol the city free of charge. Island orders soli,
cited. Sitisfaclion guaiuntced. Post Office Box 145. Telephone No. U2. 1GS ly
NEITHER the Captain nor the
Agents of the Britibh bark Eiz.iu
Ircdale will bo responsible for any debts
contracted by the olllccts or cicw during
her stay in port.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO., Agents.
Choice Eaisins, in boxes, and ,
Smyrna ligs, in small boxes,
Fresh Dates, o., do.,
Choice.Prunes, in lib. pkgs.,
Soft Shell Almonds,
Brazil and Hazel Nuts,
Boxes Prunes, for Stewing,
Boxes Fresh Apples,
Qermea and Breakfast Genu,
A. B. C. Oats and Flake Wheat,
White Maccaroni, in lib. pkgs.,
Block Cod Fish, a new thing,
And the usual standard Goods
California. For sale by
180 H. MAY & Co.
A Few Pairs of the above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from Snn Francisco.
Will bo sold at
Low 3Piieo !
jVi. W. aieOlMjwjusy .to .Son.
EX S, H, MARIPOSA, AT
J. T. ffaterliousu's
170 QUEEN STREET STORE.
Plymouth Ms !"
n a pt n u-T -Jjr
Quattcilv Bills made,
CuMom ilotiso AVork attended to,
Goods entered and transfcrcd to Inter-
Commissions of every kind executed,
ei'iireil, etc., etc., etc.
of Life Insuiance Agency In the
CASTLE & COOKE,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
BY the Day, Week or Month. Horses
broken to Harness. Horses clip
bought, told or driven.
Next Bulletin Office.
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
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MAS & M YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Decoration & Itorclcr, etc.
Just received from New York
and Boston by
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Full Stove Coal
Just received by the Martha Davis.
1ST Send your orders iu eaily to
sure a Mipply, Apply to
CMstHias & New Year's
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlano & Co.
beg to niinniinco that they
of Fancy Goods (his year.
&f For particulars as to dates, etc.,
tee future advertisements. 170 tf.--
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