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SomiIuody will be pleased lo know
that two hundred and seventy-four
Chinamen left the Kingdom this
afternoon, and will only he sorry
that live hundred and foity-oight
did not go.
Tin; IcaM' of a building and lot
on Queen street, near the Oovcrii
meiil huilding, for the remainder of
a term f live years from May 1st,
ISS5, was sold ul auction by K. J'.
Adams & Co. to-day, a Chinaman
named Akim being the purchaser
at fifty dollars.
Tnr.ui: was a free circus in Haek
fcld & Co.'s yard this noon. A
horse attached to a dray started on
a runaway, when the Kates were
closed upon him. Iking unable to
gel out on the sheet, the horse ran
in a eiielo about the yard until he
Tin: dock of the Martha Davis
this afternoon presented a lively
scene. The Chinamen going to
Hongkong and those helping them
with their arrangements were busy
as bees. A Chinese lady passen
ger's diminutive feet commanded a
fair share of attention.
A company of native hackmen 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 be hoped their
enterprise will be rewarded' with a
fair share of patronage.
On Thursday morning last, about
ten o'clock, lire was discovered in
the trash houses of the Star Mil! at
Kohala, Hawaii. Nothing could slay
the llames until the two trash
houses were reduced to ashes.
There is no accounting for the origin
of the tire, 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
misfortune oveitook 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 case 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 oveitook 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 leprimand.
Dn. Brodie, C. 15. Wilson, J. W.
Hinglcy, W. Unger, 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 to encourage target shoot
ing, and to stimulate the military
companies. A glod medal valued
at about SI oO 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.
Monday, Dec. 7th.
Tin: steamer Planter brings news
of very fine weather on and about
Mh. Mayhew, contractor for the
lighthouse keeper's residence, has
started the carpenter work thereon.
Tin: baikontincMary Winkleioan,
bark Klsinorc, tern Eva and schooner
Haleakala arc reported off port this
A l-AiiTV of natives in a small
boat were sculling about the wharves
this morning, harpooning fish and
Tin: announced sale of two lots of
land in Ilamakua district, by E, P.
Adams & Co., to-day, was post
poned indefinitely by the moitgagco.
Tin: Hawaiian Rille Association
will have a target shooting match on
Christinas Day. Their first semi
annual shoot will take place on New
Tiir.w; was a birthday and chris
tening luaii at tho house of Manuel
Luiz, Ycium; street, on the plains,
yesterday afternoon. It was attend
ed by about a hundred peoplo, who
enjoyed themselves with the greatest
Thk "Personal Memoirs of Gen.
Grant" in 2 volumes, of which Mr.
.1. E. Wiseman is agent, has a very
gratifying subscription list from all
over the Islands. Tho first volume
is expected hero about New Year's,
the second in March next. These
volumes are the original memoirs of
Grant and Mr. Wiseman was fortun
ate in procuring the agency for so
grand a work. lie is still soliciting
Mit. Phillips, owner of the wrecked
schooner Sarah, had cloven men at
work on her Friday and Saturday
last. They did not get her off tho
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reef, but succeeded In turning her
broadside to the breakers, which
makes matters worse. Another at
tempt to save the vessel will bo made
to-day, but a man versed in boats
says she is not woilii the trouble,
besides being in a worse plight now
than the day she struck.
At noon to-day 15. P. Adams &
Co. sold three racine canoes at the
Honolulu Yacht and Doat Club
House. Tho first, a double canoe,
willi two suits of anils, two masts,
oars and paddles, was bought by the
Myrtle Boat Club for S50. A single
canoe with two suits of sails and
masts, pnddlcs, etc., brought $-11,
Henry Walcrhousc being tho pur
chaser. A single practice rowing
canoe was knocked down to 15. 1$.
Giffard for SIC These three canoes
were the properly of Dr. Trousseau,
and originally cost over S00. Their
sale so far below value indicates d ill
ness at once in the limes and in
Tun criticisms offered in this pa
per on the amateur dramatic per
formance of Tuesday evening last
were fully sustained in the repeti
tion of the performance on Saturday
evening. The characters were well
acted throughout. The Library and
Heading Room Association is to be
congratulated on having brought to
the front a line cast of local talent,
as well as on the financial results of
the entertainments. Mr. Hergcr,
Bandmaster, treated the audience,
previous to the opening, and during
the intervals of the performance, to
several tine pieces of piano music.
About $350 net lias been realized by
Tiiniti: was a grand parade of the
military at the Kaumakapili church
services yesterday morning. The
King's Guards, the King's Own,
Queen's Own, Prince's Own and
Mamalahoa Guards, headed by the
Royal Hawaiian Band, took part.
Services were conducted by Mr.
Henry Watcrhouse, who delivered
,an address from the text, "But
I say he that sowcth sparingly shall
also reap sparingly, and he that
soweth bountifully shall also reap
bountifully." Collections and pledges
were taken for the completion of the
church, amounting to about 1,000.
His Majesty the King, being pres
ent, expressed thanks to the congre
gation for their attendance and the
liberality of their contributions,
and said he hoped soon to see the
towers of the building finished, and
that he would be glad to afford his
assistance towards that object.
Tuksday, Dec. 8th.
Tin: King and Queen, and Prin
cesses Liliuokalani and Poomaike
lani go lo the island of Hawaii this
" Vacuum " a farce in three
acts is a clever satire on the Gov
ernment, out to-day and selling like
hot cakes at Messrs. Oats' store.
Pi:orison 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 Michicls has been
presented with a leader's baton lry
the Brothers and scholars of St.
Louis College, in recognition of his
services as instructor of the college
Majoii hills, of Tahiti lemonade
fame, is going to open a stand for
his beverages in the shop formerly
occupied as a photographic show
room, on Fort street, near the
corner of King.
A CKSsi'ooi. 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 the increased mem
bership of the King's Own military
company, a new section will be
formed, to be known as Co. C. Mr.
John Markhain will probably take
command of the new section.
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Inspector
General of Immigration, goes to
Maui on an official tour among the
plantations, leaving by the Kinau
this afternoon. Hon. C. P. Iaukea
will bo acting-Governor in his place,
until either lie or Governor Dominis
Mit. C. J. Fisliol has an advertis
ing device in his Hotel street
window, which attracts much atten
tion. It is a series of pictures
coming successively into view, and
as each one drops down, to make
WilV for a following nun. nn iiflvpi-
tisement on the back is exposed.
In Supremo Court Chambers to
day, the Chief Justice awarded
SI, 001.18 to the widow of James
Wood, under the will of the deceas
ed, as being due by tho trustees.
J. M. Daigle's will was admitted to
probate, Hon. W. C. Parke being
appointed administrator under $2,000
Tin: photographs of the winning
crew of the senior six-oared race in
the last regatta are at the Palace.
Tho pictures were on viow at J.
Williams' yesterday and attracted
many admirers. One rciuarkablo
feature of the photographs is that
nlj the oarsmen have thejr fists
tightly closed, so ns to contract tho
u w i
muscles of the arm to give a power
Tin; Mary Winkehnan, after a
twenty-seven days' passage, was
safely (owed 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. Tho Winkel
inan also brought 27 Chinese
laborers for Pepeekeo plantation,
Hawaii, and II! hordes, one of which
is a S700 colt for 11. J. Agncw,
while tho others are for the Fashion
Tin: schooner Leahi arrived yes
terday, nine days from llanalci,
Kauai. The. captain reports very
rough weather and an accident thill
befell them which might have re
sulted in the death of all hands.
On the fourth day out from llanalci
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 five days.
They managed to catch a little rain
water now nnd then, which no doubt
saved the crew from intense agony
and probably death.
A uiiinaman, 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. Hie 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.
Wednesday, Dec. 9th.
Dr. John Brodie goes to rusticate
a few days on his ranch at Waialua.
Thu rainfall on Sunday last was
about one-half inch, and the lowest
that the mercury has been observed
during the plfst few daj's is 59 .
A ruBLia meeting is called for this
evening, at the Armory, by leading
native supporters of the Govern
ment. It will be the first boom in
the election campaign.
In the window of Messrs. Oats a
huge Hawaiian banana from Mr.
Dole's garden is displayed, and be
side it a miniature pineapple from
Mr. Nolte's garden. Both speci
mens are worthy of notice.
Rr.v. E. C. Oggel last evening, at
the house of Mr. L. C. Abies, per
formed the marriage rite for Mr. J.
II. Fisher, clerk in Bishop & Co.'s
bank, and Miss Henrietta P. An
drew, lately a teacher m the Royal
Tnniti: arc now fourteen students
with their wives and children at the
Nortli Pacific Missionary Institute.
They support themselves by their
own labor while they are in training
for their future work as ministers
of the gospel in these islands or in
Tin: officers elected
Lodge of Masons at
evening last, for the
are: Worshipful Master, J. M.
Monsarrat; Senior Warden, Andrew
Brown; Junior Warden, John Phil
lips; Sccretarj', William Johnson;
Treasurer, Malcolm Brown. In
stallation will take place on the 27th.
At the regular meeting of Geo.
W. Dc Long Post, No. -15, G. A.
R., held last evening, the following
officers were elected to serve during
tho coining year : Post Commander,
R. W. Laine ; Senior V. Com., S.
McKcague ; Junior V. Com., Wm.
II. Place ; Quarter Master, R. Jay
Greene; Surgeon, Dr. J. S. Mc
Grew ; Chaplain, Tlieo. II. Bohme ;
Officer of the Day, V. V. Ashford ;
Officer of the Guard, J. D. Conn :
Delegates to 19th Annual Conven
tion Dept. Cala., Geo. C. Williams,
Jas. T. Noble; Alternates, W. F.
Williams, Louis Adlcr.
M. Kaili, while overseeing a
gang of prisoners on the Esplanade
yesterday, picked up an odd-looking
coin, that proved to bo a copper
ykopek piece, of Catherine II. of
Russia, struck in 1774 for Siberia.
It has a numismatic value of from
SI to $1.25, if iu first-rate condi
tion. One side lias a profile of that
sovereign's head, and the other a
heraldic shield supported by two
sables. The coin is by no means a
rare one, and the finder made a
mistake when, as alleged, he refused
S15 for this specimen.
TinntsDAY, Dec. 10th.
Mit, Tewksbnry gave a birthday
party at his residence tho oilier day,
when a jolly timo was had.
Tin: Royal Band gavo the inmates
of tho Kakaako leper hospital the
usual monthly concert yesterday
15, P. Adams & Co. had a very
successful cash sale this morning,
clearing out a large consignment of
feed and other staples.
Tnu office of the Superintendent
of the Honolulu Water Works has
been moved to the building "Kapu
ftiwn," in tho Government park.
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A UEW.vun of 8500 i "usrcti for
tho detection of the puijii or per
sons who set fire to the Star Mill
trash houses, Kohala, lately burned.
llinin-.i. street was dcaued by the
contractor this morning' King street,
out 1'alaina way, was leaned within
the past few days. On some streets
sec Merchant the old stylo of
leaving the mounds of dirt standing
until they are scattered again is still
A vr.nv commendable project is
announced in an advertisement, that
of making up a box of Christmas
gifts for the aillictcd denizens of the
Molokai Leper Settlement. It will
doubtless receive a response credit
able lo the proverbial Christian
charity of the coinmuiiliy.
Pnisr.u Kibling of the steamer
Leliua reports having seen a large
water spout on Tuesday last, be
tween Kahoolawe and Lanai, travel
ing to the westward. The Volcano
is apparently very active, the re
flection being visible at Hilo, also
several miles out at sea. The wea
ther was very fine at Ilamakua.
Missus. E. O. Hall & Son are out
on tunc with their calendar for 188G.
The card on which the separate
months aro mounted contains a
calendar of the last six months of
this year, the whole of next, and
the first half of 1887. Adorning the
usual gilt clasp is a silver medal,
that bears the Hawaiian coat of
arms encircled with the national
motto. This firm's calendars have
always been in great favor for piac
tieal use, and the one just issued is
the best yet.
It has been ascertained from a re
liable source that some of the sheep
brought to market and sold arc from
Kapalama, where they have fed on
the same ground on which horses
with glanders roamed and were
afterwards shot. If the sheep ate
the grass where the putrid flesh of
horses infected with glanders lay,
it is to be feared there is danger of
the disease being transmitted to the
mutton, thence to the caters of it.
Since the publication of the fact that
certain hogs fed on horses that died
from glanders, some people, though
hitherto fond of pork, have given
up hog's ilesh entirely. If they have
also to eschew mutton, with the poor
vegetable supply of our market,
there is nothing left but a diet of
fish and poi, alternated with cracked
wheat, oatmeal and rice. Not so
bad living, after all.
Mn. W. S. Hanks, agent for
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, is
the latest victim of the predatory
element for some time past running
riot with other people's property.
His house is on Bcretania street,
near Alapai, and the kitchen and
pantry are situated at the end of a
wing extending back from the main
building. During last night the
premises were invaded and a
variety of household provisions and
groceries, estimated altogether to
be worth twenty-Jive dollars, was
carried off. Entry was effected,
apparently, by a sliding door in the
side of tho kitchen, but the end
door of the apartment was also
found open this morning. Mr,.
Hanks was kept awake until an
early hour this morning, by neu
ralgic trouble, and believes he would
have heard the robbers had they
come before he fell asleep. There
fore he thinks the robbery was done
shortly before dawn. Fortunately
tho thieves overlooked the silver,
which was left, contrary to practice,
in the culinary apartments.
Cavt. McGregor of the schooner
Munuokawai reports the following
news. Heavy rains with frequent
squalls prevailed at Punaluu, Koo
lau, all of Saturday and Sunday,
and Monday morning last. A
Chinaman at Laic lost about $4,000
in nee miring tne recent ncavy
winds. The seed of the plant was
not entirely ripe and the winds
divested the shrub of all its fruit.
Apana, another Chinaman at Puna
luu, lost three or four hundred dol
lars about the same time and in the
same way. A third Chinaman was
cutting down his rice on Sunday to
save it from being blown away.
Several natives watched him and
afterwards had him arrested for
working on the Sabbath, getting
twenty-five cents each as witnesses,
while the Chinaman was fined by
the Court and suffered a loss of
about $1,000 damages to his rice
crop by the wind. At Laic, tho
Mormon settlement, they aro cut
ting sugar cano and will have sugar
ready for shipment about Friday
next. Tho Kaneoho mill is grind
ing. The wind at Koolau Tuesday
was from the N. W. and N. N. 15.
and very light.
FitnuY, Deo. 11 th.
Tin: W.G.IIall brings news of fine
weather on Hawaii no rain on the
lee of the island, and everything
Tin: best "Vacuum" out is to
day's Police Court record. Judge
Bickerton comes in for another pair
of white gloves.
An oil painting of the IIouso of
Pole, by Geo. Stratemeyer, will be
pa view atllollister's new store, Fort
street, to-morrow evening.
Tiiunu was a good attendance at
Levey's Bale of jewelry and other
goods this forenoon, and the bidding
was maintained wit' spiiit.
Pii()(ii:.MMi:s have been issued for
a musicale at Oahti College on Mon
day evening next. The entertain
ment will consist of two parts, eight
numbers in each, and will doubtless
bo one of the pleasantest events of
A iiandoaiit belonging lo a unlive
ran away on Queen street, near
Brewers', litis forenoon, almost
causing a stampede of horses, which
probably looked upon the audacious
vehicle as infringing on their privi
leges. The cart was carelessly left
unfastened, and, being caught by a
ncavy gust or wind, went Hying with
great velocity along the street. One
of Ilustuec & Robertson's baggage
teams was hitched near Levey's auc
tion room, and the fugitive handcart
ran violently against the wagon,
almost overturning it and putting
the horse into tantrums. A saddle
horse, tied up at the same spot, rose
on his hind legs to the startling nov
elty of the occasion, and exhibited
his pluck by trying to gctt off on an
even start if it was going to be a
race. However, the horses were
quieted down and the handcart was
perambulated back to the starting
point of its wild career. Now that
handcarts have become infected with
the runaway mania, while so many
of them arc iu use, people on tho
streets can never consider themselves
out of danger.
Saturday, Dec. 12th.
Puitsuu Smith of the steamer
Likelike reports fearful winds at
Kahului from all points of the com
pass. A Tui.r.i'iioNi: man says the wind
was raging so severely this morning
in some places that the words were
blown off the wires before they could
icacu tueir destination.
A i.uiiid glaki: in the northern sky,
between nine and ten o'clock last
night, made the whole town besiege
"Ucntral." in a lew minutes a
message was received from Kancohc,
stating that the illumination was
caused by burning trash on the
Nnw games will be introduced in
the billiard rooms of the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening. A new carom
table has been placed in position,
and is said to be a very fine as well
as costly piece of furniture. A
clam chowder will also be one of the
events of the evening.
Mn. J. Guilleman, a young French
man, and Mr. D. M. Gedge, both
recently employed at G. W. Macfar
lane & Co.'s, took passage by the
bark Southern Chief this afternoon
for Hongkong. The Southern Chief
has 382 Chinese on board from
Victoria, B. C, for Hongkong.
A new departure has been taken
by the Pacific Navigation Company,
in importing natives of the South
Sea Islands, to take the place of
Ilawaiians as sailors to man their
vessels. Twenty-one natives of
Rakahanga and Manakiki were
brought yesterday by the schooner
Two trips ago of the steamer
Likelike, while a few thousand
dollars were being sent ashore,
one bag containing five hundred
dollars in silver fell overboard.
Native divers went down for it and
Mr. Terrill, marine diver, in his
rubber suit, also searched for the
treasure, but all without success.
The ladies assembled at the Yose
mito Rink last evening in fair num
bers to ballot for a turkey, to dance
and to skate. After every lady had
tried her luck at drawing the prize,
it was announced that Miss Hatch
was the winner. To-night the five
mile challenge race takes place and
Mr. Wall extends a general invita
tion to the fair sex.
The King and Queen, and Prin
cesses Poomaikclani and Liliuoka
lani took the steamer Mokolii from
Lalinina to Maalaea Bay, Thursday
night. On arrival at the landing
yesterday morning the royal party
were received by an anvil salute of
twenty-one guns. Mr. W. II. Corn
well was on hand with a carriage,
and conveyed the ladies to Wailuku,
At the regular monthly meeting
last evening, the Myrtlo Boat Club
elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: President, C. J.
McCarthy; Vice-President, W. C.
King; Secretary, G. K. Wilder;
Treasurer, A. M. Ilewett; Captain,
Oscar Branch; Trustees, Bruce
Cartwrlght, C. II. Purdy, 15. A.
Jones ; Investigating Committee, A.
W. Carter, W. F. Love, C. Purdy.
DuitiNG tho darkest hours of last
night while the wind was howling
mournfully, Mr. J. Welsh, assisted
by several policemen, prowled about
the dark corners back of tho Key
stone Saloon and Foster's harness
shop, with dark-lanterns, looking
for a supposed burglar. Mr. Welsh
hud heard a peculiar noise during
the night, and suspected burglars.
He called for the police and they
all came, but only to go on a wild
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45 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A.Magoon,
will iittsnd to all matters of business for
the residents of the Hawuliau Islauds
who mny need an Agent.
I do not confine myself alone lo the
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to any mutter of business, especially to
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House Entries, Bujing and Renting'
Beal Estate and Personal Pioperty.
B2T" All Legal Documents will be
carefully and neatly diawn up by Mr.
J. A. Mngoon.
1 will attend lo all matters entrusted
to my care in a c.iroful, courteous and
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