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THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1885.
Sclir .Mary 1'ot.lcr fiom Wnlniiuu
Slim- 0 II Illseop fiom Kauai
SI mi' Kllaticn lion for Wltidwii'ul
r.klnc Kiln fur Sin Francisco
Scln Xi'dlo MiTilll fin l.ih.ilna
Sfliv Italuhow lor Kimlaii
.-m man" ' n-t
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hlmr V G Halt for Jluul ami Hawaii
Helir Jlaiy Foster for Wiiliuinu
VESSELS III PORT.
Ilk Vlutorhi Cros, Uoberlon
Ilk Jlaitha Davis, Hunson
Ilk 0 It BHiop,
Ilk I.lv.lc liutlule,
For Htm FntucUco, pur lifclno
December .1 -Mr kitchen.
Fiom ICauai la Waiahu, per steamer
C It IlKhop, December !1 F Graham, I'1
Iteidell, Ml-s Xapoluon ami 'J." deck.
For Kauai, pur steamer IMantur, De
cember -J It W T PnivN, (J lMsuberg,
Aus kl)relur, V. K Hull, G N Wilcox, O
Plluger, A S Wtleov, Miss A I.ovull and
Tor ICaluilul, per Mkeliku, December
2 lion S G Wilder, Win Tlllon, John
The wrecked stoop S.uah ! istlll on
Steamer "N' G Hall went on tbu dty
docks yesterday to bo cluaned. She
will lu lowcied this r m, and will Mill
to-inonow at !l o'clock for Maul and
Schooner Mary FcMer lcturncd from
Walan.io this inoiniug alter lauding
1200 biicki. She salN again to-inonow
for thu samu place with a load of rail
The bktne Ella ailed this morning
for San Francisco, with 71178 bags of
sugar, IMS bunches of bananas, and 'Mi
bbls of mobiles. Value $44,052.4!.
Shu sailed to sea with a liglit shoie
Steamer C K Bishop art ived last nigh
with 21-10 bag- of p.uldy from Jlokulcla.
Shu sailed again this morning for Punii
luu, Koohui, with 1HU0 bags of paddy
to bu milled.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Fire Board meets this even
ing. Inti;ui:stixg foreign news on fourth
Lyons & Cohen's innings witli the
Ouaxges of good quality arc plen
tiful and cheap at present.
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn is filling the
gubernatorial chair during the tem
porary absence of the regular incum
bent. A l'liisoxEii named Frank Courtell
has been missing for some days, and
a reward of $20 is offered for his
At 11 o'clock to-morrow, on the
premises, Kancohc, Mr. Levey will
effects of the late Mr.
Tnnni: will be skating for a turkey
every open night till Christinas, be
ginning with Saturday night, at the
Yoscniite skating rink.
"Tun average Ilonoluluan does
not stick to a proposition long enough
to know that he believes in it," is in
effect the opinion one of them has of
Tin: Chinese Y. M. C. A. hall will
he dedicated at half-past seven this
evening, when friends of the mission
will he welcome. The entrance is
from Beretania street.
By general request the Amateur
Dramatic Company will repeat "A
"Widow Hunt," for the same object
as before, on Saturday night. The
box plan is open at Wiseman's busi
Six new members were elected at
the Queen's Own meeting last night.
The holding of a luau on the Queen's
birthday, Dec. Hist, was considered.
An exhibition drill at Malciki on that
day was decided upon.
Mit. F. Higgins, who returned to
Honolulu by the Zealandia the even
ing before a contemporary placed
him in Washington Territory, has
somo notion of re-opening the Car
riage Repository lately burned out.
Somi: interesting items about tho
sugar refineries aro given in our
foreign news. It is expected that
tho extension of the American Re
finery, that has contracted for most
of the Hawaiian sugar, will be com
pleted by February 1st.
Tin; barkentine Mary Winkelnian,
now some '20 odd days out, is ex
pected to appear uvery moment.
She has a quantity of paper mail
for Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
and a number of Chinamen for
l'epeekeo plantation, Hawaii.
A ii:iiani:nt awning, covered
with galvanized, corrugated iion,
and bordered with a wooden ginger
bread frill, has been put upon tho
front of tho Chinese club house,
King street. Tho object detracts
somewhat from the architectural
harmony of tho fabric.
Thk steamer SI. Paul, that is to
leave San Francisco on Saturday
next for this port, is tho same vessel
that formerly pliod between San (
Francisco and Alaska. She is about
the size of the Kinau and will pro
bably make the distance of 2,t00
miles in about eight days.
Sr.vmtAi. of the largo linns of
Honolulu, exporters of sugar ami
agents for plantations, will receive
agencies of a number of additional
sailing packets, that will shortly ply
between Sau Francisco and Ibis
poi I- The bark Victoria Cioss now
in port will probably be put in this
trade, coming hero consigned to T.
II. Davies & Co.
Tin: movements of the l'eaico
Line steamers as far as known arc
as follows : The S. S. Australia is
supposed to have sailed f i om Sydney
on December the lirst, ariiving at
Honolulu on or about tho l."th inst.
The bame steamer leaves San Fiau
cisco on December the 20th for the
Colonics, arriving at this poit about
January loth. The Zcalandiais sup
posed to sail fiom Sydney on De
cember 2!)th, arriving at Honolulu
about M days later. The owncis
of these steamship aie talking
of putting more steamers on the
line, and when everything is com
plete a publication of the same will
Hawaiian ferns mounted on gilt
edge cards for sending abroad at
King Bros.' Art Store. 191 3t
Fnr.su Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Meller
itllalbc's Confectionery. 177
Fitusn Mince l'ics daily fiom and
after date at Meller & llalbe's Con
Fou Sale Fresh Mince Pies daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
Fresh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
every day, SOcts. per pound, at
f HORN'S PIONEER STEAM
IS.') I CANDY FACTORY AND
Thursday, Dec. 3rd.
Kakoa and Kewiki, went down for
80 for drunks. Napoleona, being
an old toper, got hard labor for 15
days. II. Lewis, assault and bat
tery, $10. Joe Silva got 5 days
for disorderly conduct and vag
rancy, and Hiram Kainoa, for dis
orderly conduct, got 10 days. Ka
ahu, for rescuing Kainoa, from
custody of officer Pihana, was fined
810, costs S3..10, and sent to hard
labor for 2 1 hours. .
Thursday, Dec. 3rd.
In re Sanil. Nott vs. CapL J. C.
Rice, assumpsit, defendant con
fessed judgment for $12.55.
In Saml. Nott vs. Ilonokanu, as
sumpsit, defendant confessed judg
ment for SIC. 50.
Saml. Nott vs. Ceo. Vogt,
suinpsit for S35. Judgment
Saml. Nott vs. J. B. Smith, as
sumpsit for 831.80. Judgment for
Geo. D. Robinson vs. Jas. Holt
per Cartwright, garnishee, assumpsit
for 810.50. Judgment for plaintiff.
DINNER PARTIES AND KETTLE-DRUMS.
Those who do not profess asceti
cism are at libcrt' to say :i word in
favor of moderation with regard to
the dinner parties of the ciders as
well as with regard to the dancing
parties of the young. Nothing can
be more conducive to good fellow
ship and the pleasant interchange of
ideas than a dinner party well as
sorted. But then social intercourse
ought .to be the first object: the
dinner party ought not to be a feed.
Barbarians come together to cat:
they look for a dinner of twenty
courses or a fat sheep's tail. Gour
mands have the samo gross object ;
but, to do society justice, there are
not many gourmands among us.
The dinner ought, of course, to be
well cooked and set out with taste j
but it ought not be heavy or ex
pensive. Expense has the fatal effect
of limiting society, of which, in this
country, we have far too little ; for
while handsome houses multiply in
Toronto, the inhabitants of many
might, we suspect, except that the
men meet in their places of business,
as well bo living apart on a prairo.
Another consequence of expenso aro
large parties, which enable us to get
through the list of those to whom we
owe dinners more cheaply and to
save trouble and anxiety to the tor
tured hostess. But a party of twenty
is not society, any more than tho
same number of people eating in the
same room at a restaurant. There
is no general conversation ; there arc
only ten dialogues, painfully kept
up for an hour and a half or two
hours, by as many couples, whoso
topics aro perhaps exhausted in a
few minutes. The length of lingo
dinners is also wearisome in the last
degree. Only one thing is worse,
and that is the social battuo in which
a lady killb her whole visiting list at
once, and which is miscalled a kettle
drum. The teal kettledrum was a
meeting of a few people In tlionflcr.
lea, talk, luntlitic mul
music; and was a very pleasant in
stitution, fully as pleasant perhaps
as a dinner. The hideous thing
which has usurped the name is an
evening ctush with all its honors,
physical and mental the crowd,
the heat, the want of seats, the din
of unmeaning talk transferred to
the afternoon. It is not only not
hospitality, but an insult to the very
name. Fashion can neither be set
at defiance by any one nor changed
all at once; but there aro in every
social circle people who can exert
some influence, and it is to bo hoped
that it will he exerted against largo
patties and heavy dinners. The
HE THOUGHT IT WAS BOSTON.
A gentleman who had just arrived
from Boston last Sunday evening
dropped into a church on his way
to an hotel while the minister was
describing the glories of heaven.
"Must be a beautiful place!" whis
pered a man in the same pew.
"Beautiful!" replied the Bostonian ;
"beautiful is no name for it. I left
there this morning." "Left heaven
this morning?" said his amazed
neighbor. "Heaven 1 Is he des
cribing heaven?" "Ccitainly."
"Well, I'll be everlastingly Ameri
canized if I didn't think he was des
An exchange has an article head
ed "Boys and Contagion." What
the small boy can't catch isn't
worth catching, only he doesn't
always catcli what lie deserves.
St. Albans, Vt., Messenger.
An exchange says that a folded
newspaper placed under the coat in
the small of the back is an excellent
substitute for an overcoat. Now is
the time to subscribe. Evansville
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars a share
U due and payable on the stock
of the Hawniinu Agricultural Company.
Apply to U. BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, 1883. IS!) 3t
I WILL bo found at my ofllcc, 08 Hotel
Street, from this date. Onice hour,
from 9 a m to 4 p.m.
Honolulu, Dec. 2, 188.").
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Floiid.i Lemonade, Aciatcd "Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syi ups and Essences.
We Use Patent Stojjers
in all our Bottles.
Wc invito particular attention to onr
Patent filter, recently introduced, by
which all wateis used in our manufac
tuies is absolutely freed from nil im
purities. Wc deliver our Goods free of charge
to all parts of the city. Wc guarantee
our Goods to be the best in the market.
C.ircful attention paid to Island Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Bo 097, Honolulu.
Kcll Telephone : : 208
Mutual Telephone : S80
2P Ordeis left with Benson, Smith &
Co., No. 11 Fort Stiect, will receive
We, also, aie Agents for the sale
of J. W HiHgley's
188 of life own niatmfnctiue. Om
St'm Candy Factory
71 HOTEL ST., hetwoen
Nuuanu and Eort St3.
Has always on hand tho largest Stock
of Candies, both Plain nml Fancy, iniar.
anteed to boSTHICTLY PUKE.
AVliolcHiilo ilntl rSeluil.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Sires always on hand, ornamented
in any Style.
Pastries of All Description Hade to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day.
Holl and Mutual Telephone, No. 74.
P. O. Uox No. 75. 108
Lease of Building
& Land on Queen Street.
On SATUIJDA.Y, Doc. Bill,
At l!i noon, on the Picmises,
wc will sell,
of the wooden liiilldlng situate on Queen
Street, makal of tho Government
lluihllag, together with llu-
LEASE OF THE LAND
on which tho Itullding it Mtualed. Said
L.aMj has r, j cars to tun fiom May,
1885, at $10 per month in advance. Tho
Land Is -lOfl front and (10ft deep. Tho
llitlUlinK is nearly new, has been used
for a Pol Factory, and has a ptcam bo
for Fame. Tho iluilding can be remov
cd at the end of tho Lease. Jffl" Tonus
Cash. Papetsat cpenso of puichascr.
JB. T. ADAMS & CO.,
190 Ut Auctioneers.
' ASHMJXJMM'S KAIiK OV
The underif;ncd will offer for alo at
Public Auction at tho Auction Hoom of
E. P. Adams &. Co.,
On TUESDAY, DEC. Slli,
At 13 o'clock noon,
All th.it DoMiublo Property of J. 11.
Boyd, a voluntary Bankrupt, colitulnliiK
ltll-IOOof an Acic, together with all
tho Buildings situated theieuu, which
1 2-Story Dwelling House !
IN GOOD OltDER.
One Cottage, Barn, Can lage House, and
Bath Hoiihc. There Is a water light to
tho land, besides tho Government water
Is laid on. The title to the land Is in
fco simple and Is contained In Koyal
Patent No. 50 1, and Is sold free of all
incumbrances. There Is a large number
of trees on said laud, and the buildings
are in good repair. A plan of the same
can be seen at the office of thu under
signed, and all explanation that may be
required will be given. The tennsof
the sale are Cash and all deeds at the
expense of the purchaser. Adjoining
said lotaic tluce parcels of land belong
ing to Maiia A. Boyd, and the TuiMees
of said Maria A. Boyd w 111 offer them
for sale at the same time and place.
Plans of the said lots can be seen at my
olltce. W. C. PAKKE, Assignee.
E P. ADAMS & Co.,
Honolulu, Nov. 13, 1SS5. 18 1
REAL ESTATE &
Town Property for Sale.
The undeisigncd, duly authorized
Trustees for Maria A. Boyd, will offer
at Public Auction, at the salesroom of
E. P. Adams & Co.,
ON TUESDAY, Dec. Sill,
at 12 o'clock noon, all those
Desirable Parcels of Laid
situated at Olomaua, Pauoa, in the rear
of and adjoining thu well-known Boyd
The Parcel known as tho KAAUKUU
LOT, adjoining tho Boyd Premises on
the mauka sidu and containing ?.f of an
aero, moro or less, and more fully des
cribed in K.P. No. 50:t. L. (J. A. No.
adjoining said Boyd Premises on the
makal or town side, containing -17.100 of
an acre, more or less, and moro fullv
described in K. P. No. 1,018, L. O. A.
No. 5,0 l'J B. Also,
2 Taro Patches
adjoining the above, containing 40.100
of an ncro, more or less, aejl moio fully
described in R. P. No. 2,3 10 Tho fore
going parcels aro under lease at $250
per milium, expiring September 1. 1889.
Also, that Parcel situated on Punch
bowl Road and cMunding to and across
thu Pauoa tilream, and tuciu adjoining
thu licfore-iucntloiicd p.uccl (sou plan),
containing:) and 18.100 of nn acre, more
or less, and moro fully descilhcd in It.
P. No. 2,030. This is a good, healthy
location for a homestead, thu lot has a
small hoiifeo on it and is well covered
with a lino grove of nlgcioba trees.
Also, that Valuable
Piece of Property on Hotel St.,
upposite the residence of Dr. MeUrew,
extending from the Saratoga House to a
point near thu office of thu Fashion
tjtables, on which aie a cottapu at pro.
sunt bringing In a rental of $25 per
month, and a 2-stnricd housu which is
leased to the Fashion Stables, together
with a small portion of giound covuicd
by the stables, bringing an annual
i untal of $210. This lease expires on
April 1, I8U0. Sec plans at E. P. Adams
& Co.'h salerooms. Titles good. Deeds
at expense oi purciia-urs,
Geo. H. Hoiiuutso!,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
110 171 AlKtloilUUIH.
For Snn Francisco.
. Tho Magnificent Steamship
Will lo.ivo for tho aboo port on or
For height or pabsage, apply to
181tf II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
Patronize Mm Iiiteiry !
J. W. HHftSGLEY,
Fonneily of the Pioneer Cigar Fac
tory, has moved into the trout part of
thu Crystal Soda Works, wlieru he is
picpaicd to till all oideis at the lowest
CSP Island orders solicited and
promptly lllkd. loo ly
Choice Raisins, in boxes, J.f uiul Jg,
Smyrna Figs, in small boxes,
Fresh Dates, do., do., 4
ChoicelPruncs, in lib. pkg.,
Soft Shell Almonds;
English Walnuts, '
Brazil and Hazel Nuts,-
Boxes Prunes, for Stewing,
Boxes Fresh Apple3, ,
Qormea and Breakfast Germ,
A. B. C Oats and Flake Wheat,
Whito Maccaroni, In Ub pkgs.,
Block Cod Fish, a new thing,
And tho usual Mandaul Goods from
California, for "-ale by
H. MAY & Co.
F. A. SGHAEFER I GO.
Have received, per Liio Ircdalc,
and ofler for sale, at lowest latcs,
St. Fauli Lager Beer, quarts & pints,
Pilsener Beer, " "
Tennenf s Pale Ale, " "
Blood, Wolfe & Co. Palo Ale, quarts &
Pigbrand Stout, do., do ,
French Claret, in casks & cases,
Alo, a full a'-soitment of
Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Hocks, Sherry, etc.
Just Arrived !
From Bremen, per C 11. Bishop, and
now landing, an Invoice of
Consisting in pait of
(In a vaiiety of Styles and Pilces).
Harmonicas, Violins, Zithers, Prussian
Drums, Base Diums, 28 In. Accor-
deons, Tamborines, Flutes,
Fifes, Banjos, Stiings, etc.
fa?" These Goods were carefully
selected for this inniket, and at prices
that will enable mu to oiler special in
ducements to the trade or any onu who
wishes to putchnso goods in thu abovu
line. (188 :iw) C. H. WILLIAMS.
PATENT HOLLER FL0UH.
MKSSUS. CASTLK & COOKE have
just received a consignment of
this lino quality of Flour, and will sell
in niiuntllluh to Miit purcliaseis. 177 tin
A Few Palih of thu ahovo
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from San Fianclsco.
Will bo sold at
DUoav Prices !
M. AV. aieClioKiicy & Soil.
KX S S MAItll'OSA, AT
J. T. fateiliouse's
17U QUKKN SritElST KTOUK. lin
Cottago io I-iot at Pnlumiu
CWl'AIMiU 'I Rooms, Kitchen and
' Bathroom Apply to
180 tf J. 0. EDWARDS.
ALL persons having claims against
thuKslato of CHAS. LAItlSCH,
deceased, of Kaneohc, Oalni, nro request
rd to present them, and all persons in
debted to said estate me requested to
make itiimcdlatu paj taunt to mo lit the
olllce of Freeth & Peacock, Nuuanu St.
Ci. D. FHEETH, Administrator.
Election of Oflleors.
AT thu Annual Meeting of the Pan.
kaa Sugar Co. buhl In this city
this day, the following olllccrs were
elected for tho ensuing year:
.Iona. Austin President
W. h. Ohei:. Vice-President
P. C. Jones. Secretary and Treasurer
i O. C-MiTKit Auditor
P. C. JONES, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1883. 1S7 lw
Two Suburban Cottstges to
I71KST That elegant Cottagu hither
? to 'occupied by thu owner, Joltn
Jlohello. with Hue llower and fruit
garden, stables, etc. Terms favorable.
SECOND The two.story Collage two
floors makal of the abovu, lately occu
pied by the late A. T. Baker, having
garden, stable, etc. Terms favorable.
lloth premises arc connected with tho
city water service. Apply to
Queen Stiect. 1114 tf
House for Kent.
St 5 per Month and
TMIE large dwelling house and lot
JL occupied by D. D. Baldwiii front
lii).' on Dolu street, at Puuahuu, nml run
ning through to Bcckwlth street. Tho
liouve contains 8 large ioom; 2 pantries,
1 bathroom, 4 large closets, kitchen ad
joining. Tlicro Is a large barn with
servant's room on the grounds, also ,an
olllce separate from the main building.
Thu lot is nearly 2 acres in extent and
affords considerable pasture and fire
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov
eminent water laid on. Enquire of
132 tf S. B. DOLE.
Light! Light! Ligi!
Just Arrived, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sa'c by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
FIRE BRICKS !
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
lleantify your Homos for
HAS k NEW YEAI'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Dccoi'iitioiiHtV Itorilcw, etc.
Just received from Now York
and Boston by
JL.13AV1311S Jto COOKE.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
FraiMii Stove Coal
Just received by tho Martha Davia.
Send your orders in early to in.
sure a supply. Apply to
C. BHEWElt & CO.,
Queen Stiect. 181 lm
Ctiristmas & New Year's
Mesirs. G. W. Macfarlano & Co.
beg to announce that thoy will hold
of Fancy Hoods this year.
TrT For particulars as. to dulrs, etc.,
tee futuro ndvortisoinents. 170 tf