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TUESDAY, DEO. 8, 1885.
lljjlni' CniHiiulu from Hnu I'l-aiieNed
Ilk T 1! Muter from Xpwrastle, X S W
15k KMihhc fnini Newcastle. NSW
llklno Mary Wlnkolmaii froui,S:ui lVan-
Schr Kva from lliiniliolill Bay
Schr Kliukal from Walalua
Hlinr ICIiuui for Windward Ports
Stmr rititilor for ICnuai
Stmr 0 K Bishop for ICiuial
HehrEhukni for Walalua
Schr Wiiioll for Laupahouhou
Schr W'alelnt for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
SehrLeahi for llaualcl
Sohrllalcakala for Pcpcckoo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jlk Victoria Cross. Kobcrtson
llgtno Consticlo. Coiiin
Bk T It Foster, Kugg
Ilk Elslnoro, Junks
Tern Evil, Wlekinan
ltktiie Mary Winkchnan, llacku
Ilk Lizzie Ircdalc, Iredale
Ilk 0 K Bihop, Walter
For Kaliulul anil liana, per steamer
Llkclikc, December 7 J I) Brown, Geo
Edwards .1 A Frot, TO II Bailey, Mrs
W T Khoads, Brother Thoilms, Sister
Bomtvcntiira. AV Salmom. II P Baldwin,
E 51 Walsh, Geo W Fair, .Airs S B Stod
dard, Mrs Kahuna, Sr, and 80 deck.
For Kapaa, Kauai, per steamer .Tas
Makcc, December 7 S Maeauley, 11 II
Lenou, and 10 deuk.
From San Francisco, per bgtno Con
suelo, December 8 Mr and Mrs .T D
Frascr, Mrs Ocdlng and child, Mr E T
McChesuey, Mrs M A Hilton, .T W
Tregloan, Clans Ness, G Pedcrson, .Tas
Corliu, ItobtRowe, .1 Burke, Tliomas
AVIlliams and J A McMillan.
From San FraneNco, per Marv
AVlnkelman, Dee 8 Miss Guiuhi E
Wall, Mis Johanna Wall, Xieholas
Grabcr, G E Simpson, Clans Rossins,
J Citchell, W J Roche, John Buckley
and 24 Chinese.
The barkentine Mary AViukulnian,
Capt Backus, arrived last evening 27
days from San Francisco. She was
towed into port this morning and docked
at Brewer's wharf. She brought general
merchandise, ll horses and 21 coolies.
The captain reports light airs and
calms throughout the voyage. She was
within sight of Oaliu for the la-t three
The bgtne Consuclo, Capt Cousins,
arrived this morning 18 days from San
Francisco. She brought, besides a
large quantity of general merchandise,
15 mules for W G Irwin & Co., and 200
hogs for John Burke. The Consuclo
had disagreeable weather. She is con
signed to Irwin & Co., and is docked at
the OSS wharf.
The bark T It Foster and Elsinorc and
the schooner Eva hail not been towed
Into port at:i o'clock this afternoon.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Honolulu Rifles drill to-night.
Eugui.au cash sale of Lyons &
Cohen at ten o'clock to-morrow.
Y. M. C. A. singing class at 7.30
this evening, which all the members
are requested to attend punctually.
The mate of the Consuclo brought
a small monkey with him this trip
a cute, playful creature, and for
The King and Queen, and Prin
cesses Liliuokalani and Poomaike
lani go to the island of Hawaii this
" Vacuum" a farce in three
acts is a clever satire on tho Gov
ernment, out to-day and selling like
hot cakes at Messrs. Oats' store!
PnoFnsson M. M. Scott, who has
just inspected the schools on Kauai,
to-day .begins a tour of inspection
among the schools on this island.
Mit. Charles Michiels has been
presented with a leader's baton by
the Brothers and scholars of St.
Louis College, in recognition of his
services as instructor of the college
Tm: 15 mules that came by tho
Consuclo this morning were a little
stiff, but otherwise- in a healthy
state. Some of the antics they cut
up while being landed were indeed
Major Hills, of Tahiti lemonade
fame, is going to open a stand for
his beverages in the shop formcrty
occupied as a photographic show
room, on Fort street, near the
corner of King.
A cussfooi. beneath the Montano
photograph rooms, Fort street,
which had been a nuisance to that
populous locality for a long time,
was yesterday afternoon cleaned out
by the odorless excavator.
On account of tho Increased mem
bership of the King's Own military
company, a now section will bu
formed, to bo known as Co. C. Mr.
John Markham will probably take
command of the now section.
Anybody wanting to buy a steam
ship need bo at no loss to know
whore to go. Mr. W. L. Green
advertises ten vessels of various
descriptions, to bo obtained through
him upon advantageous terms in
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Inspector
General of Immigration, goes to
Ilaui on an olllcihl tour among tho
plantations, leaving by tho Kiniiu
this afternoon, lion. C. P. laukea
will be ncting-Governor in his place,
until cither he or Governor Domini
Mu. O. .1. Fishol has an advertis
ing device in his Hotel street
window, which attracts lniieh ultoit
tion. It is a series of pictures
coming successively into view, nnd
as cacli one drops down, to make
way for a following one, an adver
tisement on the back is exposed.
The photographs of the winning
crew of tho senior six-oared race in
tho last regatta arc at the Palace.
The pictures were on view at J.
Williams' yesterday and attracted
man' admirers. One remarkable
feature of the photographs is that
all the oarsmen have their lists
tightly closed, so as to contract the
muscles of the arm to give a power
The Mary AVinkclman, after a
twenty-seven days' passage, was
safely towed into port, with J. M.
Oat, Jr. & Co.'s papers stowed in
the hold of the vessel under some
bales of hay and sacks of potatoes.
The mail no doubt is literally pressed
and well-preserved. The AVinkcl
man also brought 27 Chinese
laborers for Pcpcckeo plantation,
Hawaii, and l(i horses, one of which
is a S700 colt for II. J.'Agnew,
while the others are for the Fashion
The schooner Leahi arrived yes
terday, nine days from Ilanalei,
Kauai. The captain reports very
rough weather and an accident that
befell them which might have re
sulted in the dcatli of all hands.
On the fourth day out from Ilanalei
a heavy sea came over the vessel's
side and carried away all the water
casks, and the sailors were almost
entirely without water for live days.
They managed to catch a little rain
water now and then, which no doubt
saved the crew from intense agony
and probably death.
A Chinaman, animated exces
sively with " samshoo " or gin,
raised a great disturbance in the
neighborhood of a Chinese secret
society rendezvous on King street,
near the bridge, yesterday after
noon. One or two dozen of his
countrymen became involved in the
row, that broke out on to the street
to the serious inconvenience of the
public. The noisy fellow was at
length subdued, together with the
turbulent spirits who had joined in
the riot, by other Mongolians who
probably feared the peaceful repu
tation of their nationality was being
jeopardized by the disturbers.
New Christmas Cards for the mil
lion at King Bros' Art Store. 194 3t
Fnr.su Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Meller
& lialbe's Confectionery. 177
Fkksh Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Meller & Halbe'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
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
tf (. BAKERY.
Ladies ! Those elegant ladies,
misses and children's rcal Balbrig
gan Hosiery are now open and
ready for inspection. Ladios, whoso
orders had been forwarded for these
fine goods, will now please call and
have their parcels delivered to them.
Messrs. Benson, Smith & Co.
have opened a now and elegant line
of holiday goods in the way of toilet
and cologne sets, perfumo stands,
Maim: cologne stands without a
A suitaiim: holiday
bottle of Mnile cologne.
Two hundred and twenty dozen
of Mailc cologne sold in 1885, by
Benson, Smith & Co. 193 31
To-Nir.HT there will be two new
games introduced at tho Hawaiian
Hotel billiard parlors, that aro said
to afford infinite amusement and in
terest to the players and lookers on.
The games are called "Carambol
lette and Devil among the Tailors,"
and aro now used in all tho leading
hotel billiard rooms. Tho new
French game "Parisia Pool" will
be introduced next Saturday even
ing, or as soon as n beautiful new
carom table is set up and placed in
position. This gamo requires much
science and skill, and will put our
best billiardists to a severe test of
their skill at billiards. 195 It
At tlio matinee given at the Cri
terion Theatre on AYeduesday, Oct.
25th, by the Pjbcess of AVales
branch of the National Aid Society,
the Honorary Secretary presented
to her Royal Highness, on entering
thuroynl box, and to tho Princess
who accompanied her, pretty bas
kets, decorated with cherry blos
soms and the colors of the society,
containing silver bottles of Cherry
Bln-iMim i'crfiune, as souvenirs of
the occasion. The design engraven
on each bollle wa sketched for the
society by her Royal Highness. A
small bottle of the same was a No
presented to evcrj lady present.
Iler Royal Highness has' expressed
her sincere thanks to Messrs. John
Gosnell & Co. This most exquisite
of perfumes is now on sale at the
store of M. Mclnerny. 195 2w
At a meeting of tho Executive
Committee of the Teachers' Asso
ciation, it was decided that the next
Convention be held Dec. 28th, 29th,
1885, in the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Honolulu. The following pro
gramme was adopted:
A. m. 10. Organization.
10.15. First year In school.
11.30. Five minute talks.
l. m. 2. Music In schools.
2.-15. Marking system.
3.30. Five infinite talks.
A. m. 10. Organization.
lO.in. l'rospectus of the Ivamc-
10.30. Itcformatory School.
11. Discussion on "Preparation
of Teachers'" Led by
Messrs. Scott and Town
send. 11.30. Five minute talks
p. m. 2. Calisthenics.
3. Completion of uullni&lied
Lut.a L. Moore,
Sec'- Teachers' Asso.
THE ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL.
For some time past an agitation
has been strongly carried on among
the members of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral congregation, to secure the in
dependence of the body 'as a self
governing organization. Lately an
agreement was arrived at between
the discontented members and the
Bishop, whereby the former arc to
maintain services in the Cathedral
suited to their own ideas of the true
Anglican practice, while the Bishop
will conduct services according to
his way at different hours for the
portion of the congregation adher
ing to him. Yesterday afternoon a
meeting of the independent section
was held at a private house, to
nominate the clergyman of their
choice who, it is understood, is
the Rev. Geo. Wallace, hitherto the
Bishop'.s chaplain and a committee
was appointed to inform His Lord
ship of their selection. When their
clergyman is confirmed in his elect
position, they will meet to appoint
church olllcers for the ensuing year.
For the benefit of outsiders, it may
be mentioned that a chief cause of
the disaffection, that has produced
this partition of the congregation,
has been the Bishop's predilection
for " high church " practices.
REAL ESTATE SALE.
By direction of Hon. AV. C
Parke, assignee of J. II. Boyd,
voluntary bankrupt, and of Messrs.
Geo. II. Robertson and C. Boltc,
trustees for Mrs. Maria A. Boyd,
at noon to-day Messrs. E. P. Adams
& Co. sold a number of valuable
properties. The Boyd homestead,
at Pauoa, containing 1 31-100 acres,
with a two-story dwelling house,
several other buildings, water rights
and water service, was sold for
83,500 to Hon. J. A. Cummins. A
parcel of land known as the Kaau
kuu lot, adjoining the above and
containing three-quarters of an acre,
fell to the same purchaser at $1,
G00. Mr. Cummins also bought six
taro patches, comprising about one
acre, for 81,000. The property on
Hotel street, opposite the residence
of Dr. McGrew, extending from the
Saratoga House to a point near the
ollice of the Fashion Stables, con
taining a cottage and a two-storied
house, also a small portion of the
ground covered by the stables, was
bought by Mr. Charles B. AVilson,
for the Fashion Stables, for $,
300. Thus it will bo seen that, with
the exception of the homestead, all
of tho properties brought remark
ably good prices, the total realiza
tion being S 12,100.
A very interesting service was tho
harvest and thanksgiving festival
held at the Bethel Union Church last
Sunday evening. Tho entire front
of a largo platform, constructed for
tho young people of the Sunday
School, was adorned with beautiful
flowers, plants and foliage, and pre
sented a very picturesque appear
ance. AYliilo outside of the edifice
it was disagreeable because of the
rain and darkness, inside there was
light, music and joy, a happy em
blem of the life to come. Rev. E.
C. Oggel, tho pastor, made tho
opening prayer, thanking God for
tho mercies of the year and for tho
opportunities for Christian work.
The service was mainly conducted
by the Sunday School, Mr. B. F.
Dillingham, tho Superintendent,
having charge of the programme,
reading also tho Scripture lessous.
The responsive reading by the school
deserves praise ; for it was prompt,
fluent, and every word could bo
understood by the audience. Mrs.
S. M. Damon presided at tho organ,
and because sliu had trained the
scholars for the service tho hymns
were well rendered and the singing
produced a happy effect. The
choir of the church assisted with an
anllicin. Mr. W. K. Ilorrick made
the melody of his violin blend wilh
the music of the organ. The pastor
was invited to speak and complied
with a ten minutes, address on tho
reasons for gratitude and consecra
tion to God. An interesting feature
of tho exercises was Miss May
Dillingham's leading tho infant class
in song with tho aid of the organ,
her brother Wnltcr accompanying
on the violin. The services, which
were very interesting throughout,
closed with the hymn, "Bringing in
the Sheaves," and the benediction
by the pastor. Com.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Monday, Dec. 7th.
Before Judge Preston.
John R. Silva and others vs. A.
J. Lopez and others. Messrs. Ash
ford & Ashford for plaintiffs, Messrs.
F. M. Hatch and C. Brown for de
fendants. The Court heard defend
ants' motion to confirm Marshal's
sale held November 17th and 24th.
Mr. Jona. Austin, on behalf of Louis
Andrade, a purchaser, asks that his
client's bid for lot No. 4 be declared
off on the ground of misapprehen
sion on the part of said Andrade,
he being under the impression that
he was bidding for a fee simple
title, instead of which he was bid
ding in a life estate only, which fact
he learned after the sale. The Court
ordered that the Marshal's sale be
confirmed except as to said lot No.
1 purchased by said Andrade, and
that further hearing be had on
December 9, 1885, at 10 o'clock
a.m., in relation to said lot No. I.
The gross proceeds of said sale
amounted to $G,50O50.
Tuesday, Dec. 8th.
Before Chief Justice Judd.
In tho matter of the estate of the
late Govcnor Paul Kanoa, deceased
intestate, J. M. Poepoc, attornej
for Kahanaauwai, the widow, and
His Excellency P. P. Kanoa, peti
tioners herein. The Court heard
the application for letters of ad
ministration and ordered that letters
issue therefor to the widow and
Governor P. P. Kanoa under a joint
and several bond of 81,000. The
sole heir of the intestate, Mrs.
Deborah Mahoe, assented to the
appointment. The administrators
were ordered to file their inventory
of the estate within GO days and to
advertise notice to creditors.
Mrs. M. K. Stillman and husband
vs. Tlieo. II. Davies and others,
Trustees under the will of James
Wood, deceased. F. M. Hatch for
plaintiffs, Kinney & Peterson for
defendants. The master filed his
report showing that the amount of
81,901.48 was due the plaintiff, and
on motion of Mr. Hatch said report
In the matter of the will of J.
M. Daigle, deceased. AV. A. AVhit-
ing for the will, Kinney & Peterson
for the widow contestant. The
widow elected to take her dower
and consented that the will bo ad
mitted to probate. The Court order
ed that said will be admitted to
probate and appointed Hon. AV. C.
Parke as administrator with the will
annexed under 82,000 bond.
Monday, Dec. 7th.
Five cases of drunkenness had
each to contribute SG to the funds.
Dick was fined, with costs, $7.20
for assault and battery on Lcpcka,
Albert Kunuiakca was fined, with
costs, $14.10 for assault and battery
on Ah Tong and Ah Hoy. The
episode arose out of defendant try
ing to get away from Ah Tong's
forgo without paying for the shoeing
of his iiorso.
Tuksday, Dec. 8th.
Nuuwela, Pekelo and AVaialchu
were the victims of their own folly
and of tho free whiskey policy of
tlio Government to tho extent of
$0 each. Other prisoners were,
after trial, discharged, nnd some
An exchange thinks that when n
young lady goes to church to exhibit
her new sealskin she may be called
A Georgia widow refused to bo
comforted with words of sympathy,
declaring that "they did her no
good; slio would never get such
another husband in this world."
"Will you please help me, sir? 1
am poor and sick " "No," replied
tho gentleman importuned ; "if you
aro poor you cannot afford to bo
sick. I'm not one to encourage ex
travagance." Election of OHicors.
AT tho Annual Meeting of tho Pan
kua Sugar Co. held in this city
this day, the following otlicers were
elected 'for the ciibiiiug year:
Jona. Austin , President
V. L.Uuukn ....Vice-President
P. O. Jonks.... Secretary and Treasurer
.J. O. Cautkii .Auditor
P. O. JONES, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1885. 187 4w
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Omiipl (l I ISIocIt,
Ileal Estate Agent,
O. K. EIUX-OER.,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
15 Mevolumt NtrcH, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr. .1. A. Magoon,
will nttsnd to all matters of business for
tho residents of the Hawaiian Islands
who may need nn Agent.
I do not conllnc myself alone to the
Business Houses, hut also to the domes
tic class who would wish mo to attend
to any matter of business, especially to
making purchases cither in Honolulu
or San Francisco, in any lino of General
To the Business Houses I will give
rav caroful attention in all matters pur.
talnlng to General Business, viz: Ad
justing nnd Collecting Accounts, Dislri.
bution of Bills and Circulars. Custom
House Entries, Buying and Renting
Real Estate and Personal Property.
12?" All Legal Documents will hu
carefully and neatly drawn up by Mr.
J. A. Magoon.
1 will attend to nil matters entrusted
to my care in a careful, courteous and
neat manner, and with quick dispatch.
Agent far lvliukiicr& Co. Red Rubber
Telephone ; I'. O. Box ll!l.
Okfick ok thi: Hawaiian Bum. )
Tm.iu'iioNi: Co., Dec. 4, 188."). y
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Telephones in the Court Houses of
Ewa, AValnnae, AVaialua and Kancoho
arc not available for tho transaction of
private business, or general use, with
out the special permission of the Mar
shal of the Kingdom. Cases of real
cmergencv alouc excepted.
Prcsid'tll. B. Tel." Co.
Dec. A, 1SS."3. 01 lw
We have- received instructions to
oiler at Public Auction,
On TILUKSDAy,Doc. 10th,
At 12 o'clock, noon, at our Sales,
room, on n Credit to the Trade,
FIRE BRICKS !
FOB SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
181 I in
EO. C. STKATKMKYKK,
ARTISTIC SIGNS A SPECIALTY.
78 King Street, Honolulu.
V. O. Box 310.
Iteutiiify your Home lor
MAS k m YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Decorations &. llorilci'H, etc.
Just received from Now York
and Boston by
2WJ3KS .to COOKE.
A Few Pairs of tins sihovo
Famous Brood of Fowls
Jut lTcoivi-d from Han Francisco.
Will hu sold at
XjOav IPvicos !
M. AV. MeClieHiiey & Son.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Franln Stove Coal
Just received by the Martha Davis.
C3T .Send your orders lit early to in.
sure a hiipply. Apply to
C. BHEWEIl Si CO.
Plymouth Rocks r
Honolulu. II. J.
Cuitoui House Itrokcr,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
THE undersigned beg leave to inform
the public that they linve opened
an ollleo at
Itoom l.'t, CnmpbeH'H Itlock,
(Up Stairs), MERCHANT ST.,
General Business Agents,
AVe lnnko a Specialty of Book-keeping,
Collecting, Custom-I louse Broker,
age and Shipping and Receiving
AVe are also prepared to take inven.
torics of Bankrupt Stock anywhere In
the Kingdom and guarantee accurate
returns. AVe aro nlso prepared to fur
nish Tourists with guides and give roll,
able information in regard to route of
travel and places of interest on any of
the Islands of the group.
AVitli strict attention to business and
prompt returns to thoe who may in
trust their business to us, we solicit it
share of patronage.
CST All Legal Documents drawn up by
an experienced Lawyer.
NOBLE, IIAUE & CO.
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Light! Light! lift!
Just Arrived, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil.
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sale by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
PATENT EOLLER FLOUR.
MESSRS. CASTLE & CO.OKE have
just received a consignment ef
this fine quality of Flour, anil will sell
in quantities to suit purchasers. 177 lm
GuPistmas & New Year's
Messrs. Q. W. Macfarlane & Co.
bog to announce that they will hold
of Fancy Goods this year.
CgF" For particulars as to dates, etc.,
see future advertisements. 170 tf
A NEW LOT.
FOB SALE BY
E. 3?. AduniH &, Co. lm
Has just received
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Mince Meat in tubs and tins,
Tablo llalsins, Bultaim Raisins,
Currants, Citron, Lemon & Oraugo
Peel; Almonds, Wnlnuts,
Prunes, Dried Peaches, Fresh Apples;
Tins Lady Fingers, Oswego Cakes,
Honey Cakes, Ginger Snaps,
Wino Crackers, assorted Crackers,
Chocolate, Cocoa; Bacon, ,
Uiipuo Kai;lo lirauu Minus; uiiccm-, ,
Lard, K.bbls. Bcof and Pork,
Kits balinon, Tins Soused Mackerel, , ;
Lobstors, Little Neck Clams, '
Quahaiigs, Bouelcss Cooked Hams; '''',
Plum Pudding, Crosse it BlaokwclPa
Pickles and Pie Fruit;
Tupim niul Comet. 'J.'tm,
Wheat, Oats, Bran, Corn, Tlarloy,
Onions; Mottled Soap, Star of tho
Kitchen Soap; Kcroscno Oil,
Boston Dairy Suit, lOlli. hags;
Buckwheat Flour; Now Orleans Mo.
lasses, Cal. Syrup. Maplo Syrup;
Family Flour, Gormen;
Old Virginia Sweet & Sour Pickles;
Olives, and a genoral assortineut of
Staplo and Fanoy Groceries.
1ST Goods delivered to all parts of tho
City, Island orders will receive careful
attention. Telephone 119.
174 lm OUA8. HUSTACE, King St.
t -i- fi.