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SATURDAY, )KV. n, l88fi.
Slmr Kinau from Wludwaid Ports
Slmr .las 1 Dowsett from Moloknl
Stmr MoKolil from Moloknl
Slmr V It KWImp from I'uunliiu
Stmr Jas Makoo from Kapaa
Ilk MiUtbii lais for Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVMR TOMORROW.
Stmr .bit Makce for Kapaa
Slmr. la's 1 Doivsotl for Moloknl
Slmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Stmr Llkellku for Kalmlul
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Victoria Cm", Koberlson
Ilk U U l$Hiop,
Ilk U..lu Iri'dale,
Fujni Windward l'orw, per steamer
Khuiti, December fi Hon S G 'Wilder,
11 t lialdwln, i: M AVnKh, C ltolte, V II
W'Kos.s, Capt A 11 Haley, D Porter, 15
Thomao, Uro lterlram, Bro Thomas, E
HClaik, J Austin. C W Asliford, C H
Kwait, J Lyons Klmo Pake, II Von, la
Chotig, .1 N Katika and wife, and M
For Hongkong, per balk Martha
DavH, December 5 Mrs E Dow, A J
Gclger, and 271 Chinese.
The Klnau brought 2105 bags of sugar,
23 bides, 1 lioroe, 1 cow and calf, ami 'JO
Steamer Tilkeliko is duo to-morrow
The schooner Wallelo arrived at Illlo
Thursday last, and lauded the nnieeia
tlou mill for Mr. Iliteheoek in good
Steamer Mokolll brought 50 .sheep and
117 green hides.
The bark Victoria Cross is docked
near the P Jl S S whaif taking in slono
Steamer .Tas Makeo brought 20D bags
of paddy. She .sails on Monday at I'M.
Sleaniortt Llkeliko and Mokolll i-ail on
Monday at 5 v m on their usual routes,
and the steamer Kinau on Tuesday at 4
v si for AViudward Ports.
Steamer C II llishop returned from
Punaluu, Oaliu, l.ibt night with no
freight. Site sails on Tuesday next at
8 a M.
The bark Martha Davis sailed this I'M
for HongUong with 22 eases ot eig.us,
100 mats of lice, and 10 cases of salmon.
She also took 27-1 Chinese passengers.
In Honolulu, Dec. 2nd, 1SS5, to the
wife of Dr. X. 15. Emerson, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A itAcn for a live turkey at the
Yoscmilo Rink to-night with music.
OrncEus of the Union Feed Com
pany, elected yesterday, are adver
tised in this paper.
FonrniTunn of bail for drunken
ness by Sarah Smith makes up the
Police Court record to-day.
A good chance to get holiday
goods is afforded by the special sale
of Lyons & Cohen this evening.
Tin: purser of the steamer James
Makee, that arrived this morning,
reports smooth sea and southerly
wind at Kapaa.
Owinu to the absence of Mr. P.
C. Jones, the Y. M. C. A., book
keeping class will not meet on Mon
A nativj: woman married to a
Chinaman left for Hongkong with
her husband this afternoon on the
bark Martha Davis.
The monthly meeting of the Stran
gers' Friend, Society will be held on
Monday, Dec. 7, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
at the . M. C. A. parlor.
Titr.un is to be a church parade
of the native militia to Kaumakapili
Church to-morrow morning, and the
King and Queen are expected to be
So.Minioov will be pleased to know
that two hundred and seventy-four
Chinamen left the Kingdom this
afternoon, and will only be sorry
that five hundred and forty-eight
did not go.
On Monday K. P. Adams & Co.
sell, under mortgage of S. B. Kaa
lawanmka to J. L. Purvis, a lot of
95 acres in Kuilei, and one of 111
acres in Papain and Ku, Hamakuu
Most of the seals downstaiis arc
taken for tho Amateur Dramatic
Co.'s second performance of "A
Widow Hunt" to-night. The Li
brary is fortunate in receiving two
successful benefits in a week.
Mn. Jos. K. "Wiseman has leased
a corner of tho Bumxti.n big enough
to stick a neat signboard on. Ills
Business Agency is one of tho insti
tutions of Honolulu and the Islands ;
his activity in prosecuting all ser
vices confided to him is proverbial.
Tin: lease of a building and lot
on Queen street, near the Govern
ment building, for tho remainder of
a term of five years from May 1st,
1885, was sold at auction by E. P.
Adams & Co. to-day, a Chinaman
named Aklin being the purchaser
at lifty dollars,
Tiumr. was u free .circus in Hack
fold & Co.'s yard "this noon. A
hoi so attached to a dray started on
n runaway, when the gates were
closed upon him. Being unable to
get out on the street, the horse ran
inn citcle about the yard 'Until ho
Tin: dock of the Martha Davis
this afternoon presented a lively
scene. Tho Chinamen going lo
Hongkong and those helping Ilium
with their arrangements were busy
as bees. A Chinese lady passen
ger's diminutive feet commanded a
fair share of attention.
A roMiwNT of native haekmen has
been formed, occupying that advan
tageous stand on the corner of King
and Nuuanu streets. They have
telephone communication on both
lines, and it is to bo hoped their
enterprise- will bo rewarded with a
fair share of patronage.
On Thuisday morning last, about
ten o'clock, lire was discovered in
the trash houses of the Star Mill at
Kohala, Hawaii. Nothing could stay
the flames until the two trash
houses were reduced to ashes.
There is no accounting for the origin
of the lire, as the mill was not work
ing nor had it contained a lire for
a long time. Grinding was shortly
to have begun. Strangely, a similar
misfoituue overtook the mill just
before last grinding season.
Both the incidents mentioned un
der the head, "Street Scenes", the
other day, came up in the Police
Court yesterday in a ease against a
man for assault and battery upon
his wife. From the evidence it would
appear that neither case was as
serious as it presented itself to spec
tators. "When the man overtook his
wife he induced her to enter a hack,
but she afterward tried to escape.
She testified that he had not hurt
her, but she made some noise. Her
husband had been idle for two
months, and that was not their first
quarrel. He was arrested at her
instance that night. The man was
discharged with a reprimand.
Dit. Brodie, C. B. "Wilson, J. "W.
llingley, "W. linger, F. Higgins, J.
II. Fisher, J. W. Pratt and Mr.
Nichols met at the residence of Dr.
Brodie last night and formed an
organization to be known as the
Hawaiian Kille Association. The
object is lo encourage target shoot
ing, and to stimulate the military
companies. A glod medal valued
at about 150 will be offered as a
prize for target shooting, to be won
three times by the same person be
fore he can claim it. Prizes will be
offered for military competitive
drills. Dr. Brodie was elected
President, Mr. Wilson Vice-President,
and Mr. Fisher Secretary and
Treasurer. The Association has
adopted rules and by-laws similar
to those of American organizations
of the same kind.
Hawaiian ferns mounted on gilt
edge cards for sending abroad at
King Bros.' Art Store. 191 3t
FitKSii Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Meller
& lialbc's Confectionery. 177
Fitr.su Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Meller & Ilalbe's Con
Fon Sam: Fresh Mince Pies daiby
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
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
tf I BAKERY.
Mr.ssus. Benson, Smith & Co.
have opened a new and elegant line
of holiday goods in the way of toilet
and cologne sets, perfume stands,
Mailk cologne stands without a
A suitauu: holiday present, a
bottle of Mailc cologne.
Two hundred and twenty dozen
of Mailo cologne sold in 1885, by
Benson, Smith & Co. 193 3t
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at-1 :30. Tho
following is tho piogrammo:
March Deflllr Faiibt
Overture Lo Part Du Diablo.... Auhcr
Song 1 tenper Flowers Co wen
KemlnlseeiiCPS of Aubcr (now). Godfroy
Our Last Walt, (now) Lamotto
Quadrille London Life, (new)...Cooto
When Mr. John Nott was in San
Francisco he ordered a new truck
for tho Hook and Ladder Co. It
will bo heie by an early steamer.
Tho new truck will bo much lighter,
and hence more suitablo for tho
needs of this city, than tho old one.
Its cost in Sau Francisco is about
S-100, whereas tho huge vehicle now
at the Central Station cost S:),i200
laid down here. That one, more
over, was built for horses and altered
for man power simply by changing
tho drawing gear. The largo truck
will, however, bo retained for emer
gencies. At the meeting Df the
Board of Representatives of the Fire
Department the oilier night, Mr.
Nott was appropriately welcomed
back to homo and duty. He res
ponded to the greetings of his com
rades by giving an account of visits
he paid to various tiro houses in the
United States. At San Francisco,
Omaha, Neb. ; Kalamazoo, Mich. ;
Utiea, New York and Brooklyn, N.
Y., he was well received by fire chiefs
and exhibitions given for his bcnollit.
American llremeii were surprised to
hear of the modern equipments of
Ihelfonolulii Fire Department. Mr.
Nott probably said nothing about
the lire plugs serving for hydrants
here, about the greatest defect in the
service. Eight hundred dollars has
been subscribed for the firemen's
monument in Nuuanu Cemetery,
which will bo in position within a
V. M. C. A. Bible class at 9.15
a. in. Gospel praise service at 0.30.
Roman Catholic Cvtiiuuual.
High mass at 10 a.m. Benediction
of the Blessed Sacrament at 4 p. in.
St. Andiww's Cathi:ukat.. Cele
bration of the Holy Communion at
11 o'clock, with a sermon by Rev.
Geo. Wallace. The Bishop will
preach at 7.30 in the evening.
Bi:thi:i. Union Ciiukcii. Preach
ing in the morning by the pastor,
Rev. E. C. Oggcl. In the evening,
a thanksgiving testimonial, a service
of Scripture and song, with an ad
dress by the pastor. The service
will be carried on by the Sunday
school children. Parents and friends
of the school arc especially invited
to bo present.
Fokt Stiskkt Chukcii. Baptism
and the Lord's Supper will be
administered at the 11 o'clock ser
vice. Rev. J. A. Cruzan, pastor,
will preach in the evening, on,
"Selling one's soul! Going, going,
On last Monday evening a heavj'
northerly wind and rain set in, the
rain came down in torrents and in
two hours every stream and gulch
was running, so high that it was im
possible to cross in many places.
A sad and fatal accident occurred
here on that (Monday) evening. A
Portuguese woman who has resided
on the llonokaa Plantation for three
years, and was well known and res
pected here, got washed away while
attempting to cross the Neinei gulch
at Honok,aa. Her horse and saddle
were found in the gulch and parts
of her clothing, but as yet her body
has not been found. There have
been several accidents at this place
before. How many more such acci
dents will we have before the Gov
ernment will wake up to a sense of
their duty? What are we paying
road tax for? It seems, not for re
pairs of roads. In no other civilized
country would people put up with
such roads as we have hero, and
quietly pay their taxes year after
year. When Mr. J. Horner was
working on the roads one year ago,
he was told that he would get lum
ber for a bridge over the same
gulch, and thinking he would get
the lumber he did no work in the
gulch, and it stands so to this day,
and probably will till a few more
lives are lost. For years and years
it was the habit and custom to land
wild cattle in Honolulu from vessels
and drive them through the streets,
notwithstanding the remonstrances
of the people, and the nuisance
would probably have gone on till
this day had not Doctor Hutchinson
got run over and knocked down by
one. Perhaps if a Cabinet Minister
could get washed away on some of
our so-called roads we might get
them put in better order,
llonokaa, Hawaii, Doc. 3rd.
SECOND DISTRICT COURT.
The session of this Court at La
haina, presided over by Judge
McCully, had its business well ad
vanced when the steamer Kinau left
yesterday. Tee foreign jury had
concluded their duties and were dis
charged at half-past one o'clock.
Results up to the steamer's depart
ure wore as follow :
Asing, with 18 tins of opium in
possession, was lined $250 and costs,
and sentenced to two months at hard
Young Chin alius Apo, obstruct
ing the police, fined $100.
Alii and another Chinese, gain
Wing, 8100 and two months.
Chin Hop, keeping gaming house,
nolle pros, entered.
Tom Carlos and two Chinese
pleaded guilty of being gross cheats,
second degree, and got 30 days each
and costs. Mr. Kmney appeared
for Carlos and Mr. Ashford for
The caso of Sam Pualoa,, obstruct
ing an ofllcer, was tried by a nativo
jury yesterday afternoon, and a ver
dict of not guilty rendered.
In the caso of Jose Espinda vs.
Kina Espinda, application for di
vorce, on the ground of adultery,
the divorce was granted. J. Austin
for plaintiff : J. W. Kaliui for dc-
Thcro wa3 one foreign oivll enso
before tho Court, Von Tempsky vs.
Lincoln, relating to ownership of
cattle. It was an appeal from the
Wnilnku Police Court to Judge For
nandcr's Circuit Court, and from
thence to the jury term of this
Court. The case was dismissed, on
account of insulllcicncy of bond
given by plaintiff.
Mr. Turton, Deputy Sheriff at
Lahaina, was very ill," so that ho
could not attend to his duties, but
ho was better before the steamer left.
Tho senii-niinii.il meeting of the
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
took place yesterday, lion. C. U.
Bishop, Vice-President, in the chair.
A satisfactory report was received
from tho Visiting Committee for the
past quarter, the condition of the
Hospital being highly commended.
For tho ensuing quarter lions. God
frey Rhodes, S. G. Wilder and II.
A. Widemaun will bo the Visitors.
Mr. John II. Paty presented his re
port as Treasurer. It showed re
ceipts of 812,792.03, including an
overdraft of 82,241.25 on Bishop's
Bank, which balance the disburse
ments. Assets consisted of $2,500
due from the legislative appropria
tion for benevolent soeietics, but Mr.
Paty stated verbally that, since his
statement was closed, the whole
amount had been paid from the
Interior Department. Following is
the report of the House Flrysician
for the past quarter:
Honolulu, November 30, 1SS5.
To the Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital Gentlemen: I have the honor to
submit tho following repoit for tho
quarter ending November 110, 1SS3:
The total number of patients at pres
ent in the Hospital is 01, viz.: 'M Ha
walians, 20 males, 10 females; 2 Chinese,
7 Japanese and 10 of other nationalities;
Tho number of admissions during tho
quarter was 101; vl. : -1!1 Hawaiian?,
25 males, 18 females; 0 Chinese, I! I
Japanese and 21 of other nationalities.
Discharged ill; viz.: 311 Hauailaiis,
21 males, 9 females: 2 Chinese, 30
Japanese and 20 of other nationalities.
Deaths 15; viz.: Sllawailans, 0 males,
2 females; -1 Chinese, 2 Japanese and 1
The causes of deatli were as follows:
Collapse 1, cystitis 1, diarrhoj.i2,diopsy
1, hemorihago 1, old age 1, paraljsis 1,
scrofula 1, syphilis 1, typhoid fever 2,
beriberi 1, and pneumonia !1. The last
three died within Use hours after ad
mission. The highest number of indoor patients
was OS, lowc-t 52; daily average 00.
Number of pieseriptlous, !!,113; calls
at the dispensary, COS.
The number of patients treated at tho
Hospital was as follows: September,
100; October, 102; November, S7.
An Ohio paper, speaking of a
Senatorial candidate, says it has
nothing against him personally,
"but he is no more lit for a Senator
than a hog is to teach school."
Owing to the protest of Pendle
ton, the American Minister, live
German-Americans whose expulsion
from the Island of Fohr had been
ordered by the German Government,
will be allowed to remain on the
island until further notice.
Germany is ready to vote 15G,
000,000 marks for a ship canal con
necting tho Baltic with the Elbe and
the German Ocean, the entrance on
the Baltic being Hottcncau and tho
other entrance being Brunsbuttels.
Another project is for a canal to
make Bruges a seaport, and the
Belgian Government is preparing to
give a concession for preliminary
work at Ileyst to an English syndi
cate. This will cost $5,000,000.
EO. C. STKATJKMKYEK,
ARTISTIC SIGNS A SPECIALTY.
78 King Street, Honolulu.
175 P. O. Box 310. ly
FIRE BRICKS !
VOll SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & do.
Choice Raisins, In boxes, . and t
Smyrna Figs, in small bo.cs,
Fresh Dates, do., do.,
ChoicelPrunes, in lib. plfgs.,
Soft Shell Almonds,
Brazil and Hazel Nuts,
Boxes Prunes, lor Stewing,
Boxes Fresh Apples,
Germea and Breakfast Germ,
A. B. C. Oats and Flake Wheat,
White Maccaroni, in lib. pl.-gs.,
Block Cod Fish, a now thing,
Cases Candies, pint bottles,
Crates Choice Kidney Potatoes.
And tho usual staudaid Goods from
California. Kor sale by
ISO lw H. MAY & Co.
General Business Agent.
Hcnl Estate Agent,
Wlhlei's Steamship Atnt,
Gieat Burlington llallro.ul Agent
UENKKAL HUSINHPS AGENT.
45tIetTliu4 Slvcct, Uoixtlulir.
In conjunction with Mr. .I.A.Magoon,
will attend lo all matters of business for
the residents of the Hawaiian Islands
who may need an Agent.
I donotconline inyclf alone lo tliu
Business House, but also to the domes
tic class who would wish mo to attend
to any mailer of business, especially to
making pui chases either in Honolulu
or San Francitco, in any Hue of General
To iho Business Houses I will give
inv careful attention in all matters per.
tabling to General Business, viz: Ad
justing and Collecting Accounts, Dislri.
hutlon of Bills and Circulars, Custom
House Entries, Buying ami Uniting
Keal Estate anil Personal Piopcrty.
IS" All Legal Documents will be
carefully and neatly diawuup by Mr.
J. A. Magoon.
1 will attend to all matleis entrusted
to my caro in a careful, courteous and
neat maimer, and witli quick dispatch.
Agent far Klinknent Co. Bed Kubber
Telephone ; P. O. Box 113.
A NEW LOT.
FOB SALE BY
173 13. 1?. .AxlmiiN JJo Co. lm
ALL persons having claims against
thoEslate of CHAS. LAHlSCII,
deceased, of Kuncohe, Oaliu, arc request,
ed lo present them, and all persons in.
debted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to mo at the
ollice of Freeth ifc Peacock, Xuuauu St.
G. D. FBEETII, Administrator.
licuittify your SIoimom for
HAS & HEW YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Decorations & HovAcvh, ate.
Just received from Xew York
and Boston by
IL.1DAVJEKS &z COOKE.
Election ol" Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the 1'au.
kau Sugar Co. held in this city
this day, the lollowiug oflicers were
elected for tho ensuing year:
J oka. Austin President
AV. L. Gucun Vice-President
P. C. Jokes ....Secretary and Treasurer
O. CAitTEK Auditor
P. C. JONES, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1885. 1S7 4w
A Few Pairs of tho above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from San Francisco.
Will be sold at
3LiOw Prices !
M. "V. jVEcOlieNiiey & Son.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Franklin Stove Coal
Just received by the Martha Davis.
EST Send your ordcis in early to in
suro a supply. Apply to
C. U11EWEH & CO.,
Queen Street. 1811m
F. A. SCHAEFER k CO.
Have ictelvcd, per Liz.lo Iiedalc,
and oiler for sale, at lowest rates,
St. Pauli Lager Beer, quarts & pints,
Pilsencr Beer, " "
Teunenfs Palo Ale, "
Blood, Wolfe & Co. Palo Ale, quarts &
Pigbrand Stout, do., do ,
French Claret, in casks & cases,
Also, a full assortment of
Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Hocks, Sherry, etc.
i 188 lw
Honolulu, II, I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager llawnlhiu Onci.i llouco.
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
rIMIE undersigucd beg leave to inform
I the public that (boy have opened
in otliec at
Kooin Hi. Cniiiiiliell'M Itloek,
(Up Stairs), MERCHANT ST.,
General Business Agents,
We make a Specialty of Book-keeping,
Collecting, CustomJIousc Biokcr
age and Shipping and Heceiving
AVe are also prepared to take Inven
tories of Bankrupt Stock anywhere in
the Kingdom and guarantee accurate
returns. We are nlxo prepared to fur
nish Tourists with guides and give rell
able information in icgard to route of
travel and places of mleiest on auy of
the Islands of tho group.
AVith strict attention to business and
prompt returns to thoe who may In
trust their business to us, wo solicit a
share of patronage.
Gr All Legal Documents drawn up by
an experienced Lawyer.
NOBLE, IIAHE & CO.
Cleaned and Curled,
Light! Light! Light?
Just Arrived, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sale by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
PATENT ROLLER FLOUR.
MESSRS. CASTLE ct COOKE have
just received a consignment ol
this line quality of Flour, and will sell
in quantities to buit purchasers. 177 lm
CMstias & New Year's
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
beg to announce that they will hold
of Fancy Uoo.ls this year.
3J For particulars as to dates, etc.,
see future advertisements. 179 tf
St'm Candy Factory
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu and Fort Sts.
Has always on hand tho largest Stock
of Candies, both Plain and Fancy, guar
antced to be STHICTLY l'UIIE.
AVltolcHiilu ami Retail,
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, all
in any Style,
Sizes always on hand, ornamented
Pastries of All Description Mado to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day,
Bell and Mutual Telephone, No. 74.
V. O. Bos No. 75. ' 109
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