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FRIDAY, OCT. 29. 188G.
Sclir Mary Fofcter from Hannlel
Sclir Lihollhoitom Katial
StmrWahnanalo from Wnlmaiinlo
Stinr Kllaitoa Hon for llaiii.ikua
Sclir Uhtikal for Walalua
vesselV LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Uglnc (lauw Spieekols for Sail Fran-
Sclir Kaulkeaoiill for ICohtila
SUitr Waliiianalo for Wnitnaiialo
Thobchooncr .Tcnnlc Walker will be
rccaulkcd aud lccoppeied.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Hope, Pcnhallow
Ilk Star of I)oon, I.ooll
llgttio Clans Spieekcls, Drew
llktno O C l'oiklns, Aekeiman
Oerbaik Pacific, Oilman
Hrlt bk Iionerag, .lones
Anicilenn baik Snr.mac, fiom New
Yoik, silledJuly Ktth, duehcrcXov. 18
aO. to Cubtle As Cooke.
Bilt baik W 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Otb, ducbeie Octobei
20th-'ov lt, to Scliaefer ic Co.
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December t-20, to Brew it & Co.
BiitbarkGlengaber, Itolleston, fiom
Liverpool, duo bore, Jan 15-31, to
Davles & Co.
Am baik Maltha, Fisher, fiom Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, duo lcio Jan 15-30,
to Sebacfer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson. Marston,
'irom the Colonies, due here In icb, to
,Brcwer & Co.
Am bktnc S X Castle, Hubbard, from
Tort Blakely, uue nere uco mm,
iCastlo & Cooke.
l'uniAY, October 2Utli.
Before Preston, J. All Tim vs.
Melcniiii (w). Action for Divorce.
Continued for the term on the plain
tiff's motion. V. V. Aslifout for
plaintiff. No appearance for de
fendant. The court adjourned nt
10:2j n. in. for the day.
DIRECT FOR GERMANY.
Tlic German baik Pacific is load
ing for Germany direct. She has
received 5200 tons of copra, 300 tons
of guano, and 00 tons of wool, from
the Pacific Navigation Co. She will
wait until the baik Star of Devon
returns from Fanning' s Island with
guano. This will be tho first vessel
for years that has sailed from Hono
lulu to Germany direct.
TO-NICHT'S BILLIARD MATCH.
The third billiard match between
Mr. McCleery and Mr. Saylor, comes
off this evening at the Hawaiian
Hotel, beginning at 8 o'clock. This
match is for $-100 a side, 500 points
to make tho game. What is known
as the balk line game will be played
this time. "Which means that a line
is drawn around the table six or
eight inches within the cushions and
parallel therewith. The two object
balls are not allowed between this
line and the cushions, botli at the
same time, for more than two shots,
the second of which must drive one
of the balls outside of the line, or
no point is made, and the player
retires in favor of his apponent.
The admission price this evening is
tho Bame as at the previous matches,
SI. 00. But the issue of tickets is
limited to 150, which lenders an
early application at the otlice of the
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Tun bailing of the Clans Sprcekels
5s postponed until to-monow.
Music and skating at the rink this
The steamer W. G. Hall will be
ready to sail on her louto next Fri
day, t .
Mn. Lewis J. Levey's tegular cosh
sale begins at 10 o'clock to-morrow
The smoke of u large fire on Camp
bell's ranch, Ew.i, can be plainly been
from tho city fiont.
Tun Bishop will deliver a brief
address at the usual bervice at St.
Andicw's Cathedral, this evening.
The mail steamer from San Fran
cisco, en route for New Zealand and
Australia, will be due here to-morrow.
i m .
The examination of witnesses in
the admiralty suit, before Chief Jus
tice Judd, at Chambers, is still going
Arrangements are being made to
.have McCleery and Saylor play a
series of games at McCarthy's, for a
The steamer Waialeale has
..,.... n TTnmnknn. one week.
believed that she has encountered
The Honolulu Itilles drill this
evening. A number of military
officials from head-quarters will be
present to witness the drill.
. m .
. His Majesty's Chamberlain sent
word to all His Majesty's creditors
yesterday, th.it ii they would present
their claims at the Palnee, this morn-
ing, tncy wouiu uu ii "w "v
At the meeting of the Boys' Read
ing Room Association, held in the
Pacific Hose hall labt evening, a com
mittee wus appointed, to wait upon
the Honolulu Library Association,
witb. tho proposition to consolidate.
The Boj'b' Reading Room Association
lias 500 volumes, consisting of boys'
books, novels, and books of reference.
ArTER tho Hildcr-Nordberg wed
ding, at the residence of Rev. J, A.
Cruzan, last evening, the bridal
party went to Mrs. Long's residence,
Pauoa valley, wheio the balance of
the evening was spent in singing,
dancing, and partaking of refresh
ments. A few German friends and
relations of the brido weio about the
only invited guests.
The steam schooner Surpriso has
had her side guard taken off, and
lias received one of tho Reed's
pumps. She will sail for Kuau eaily
jn November, and perhaps to Hawaii
to biing pafhcngcis here at half price
to attend tho festivities. Tho Sur
Tii iso will ciury nearly threo times
as much as tho Dowsett did. She
will make about four trips a month
to Kuau, and an occasional trip to
MONEY MAKINC CAPACITY.
Mr. M. B. Silva, a young Portu
guese, once a cjcrii in lmu uuu
salves' dry goods store, Hotel str-nt,
has shown a business inclination not
possessed by all luds. Having saved
his earnings while in tho dry goods
store, he invested the whole amount
in a skating rink at Wailului. He
coined money during the skating
craze, but not being satisfied he
bought tho whirligig, which ho also
elected at "Wailuku. Skating having
died out to some extent at there,
the rink was sold to ti native named
Kamana, and Silver with the whirli
gig camo to Honolulu. Tlicso flying
horses have been put up at tho
corner of Queen and Richard stieets,
and are patronized on Saturday
nights as largely as ever.
THE HAWAIIAN HANSARD.
The proprietors of the "Daily
Bulletin" are to be congratulated,
not only upon the enterprise which
has prompted the publication of tho
first Hnnsaul, but also upon the
highly creditable manner in which
the volume lias been cot up. It
contains a faithful record, extending
over 730 pages octavo, of the pro
ceedings and speeches of the Parlia
ment of 1880, from the opening day
of the Legislature, April 30th, to
the piorogation on October lGth,
together with a copy of the Appro
priation bill and a carefully com
piled table of contents, whereby a
debate on any given subject, the
dates of Ministerial changes and the
circumstances attending them, ve
toed bills and, in fact, any matter
relating to the Legislative Assembly
may be refeired to at a minimum of
trouble. The book is in pamphlet
form and is well printed in bold
type. It will be found a most use
ful and reliable work of reference,
aud is in every respect worthy to
take a place among our standard
literature. That the first effort in
this direction should be put forth
from a private ollicc is a thing not
without its significance, when it is
considered that the governments of
older and laigcr communities are
wont to vote large sums annually
out of their public tieasuries. The
spirited publishers for this reason
deserve every possible encourage
ment in order that thdirventure may
riot prove an unremunerative one.
much, olio has piuucnliv put
8100,000 In United Stales 'bonds.
The rest is chiefly Invested in leal
estate. Her mother looks after tho
money generally, and Lotta is as
dutiful ns if she were still a child of
twelve, dancing lor coins in Cali
fornia mining camps. If she wants
a new pair of gloves fche feels that
sho must ask, "Can't I have them,
mamma ?" And, of course, sho can,
for nintnma is altogether loo clever
to run any risk of killing the goose
that lays tho golden eggs. Phila
St. Louis, Sept. 28. Advices
from the southwestern coast of
Texas, particularly in the region of
the mouth of the Rio Grande, aud
from sonic interior points, give ac
counts of great rainstorms and
much destruction of property during
the past week. On tho 21st and 23d
a tremendous rainstorm and hurri
cane swept over the vicinity of
Brownsville, Texas, including Mata
inoras. Twent3,-six inches of rain
fell up to the night of the 23d, and
the wind is said to havo reached a
velocity of nearly one hundred
miles per hour. Over two bundled
houses in Brownsville were blown
down and a large number wore
damaged, rendering homeless somo
three hundred families. In Mata
moras over three hundred houses
were leveled and many injured. The
entire rear pait of the city, embrac
ing over thirty blocks, was Hooded
to a depth of from three to eight
feet, and people living there were
rescued only with the greatest diffi
culty. All of the telegraph lines
were blown down and the Rio
Grande and Malainoras and Mon
terey railroads were washed out and
traffic lias not yet been restored.
The surrounding country was inun
dated, many houses were blown
down and crops were destioyed.
There is urcat suffering in both
Matanioras and Biownsville. In
the latter place fully lo0 families
are destitute, and in the former -100
families are homeless and in want.
Relief measures have been adopted
and a large amount of food and
money raised, which is distributed.
At Point Isabel the quarantine
station was swept away and other
damage done. A four-masted steamer
was wrecked fifty miles south of the
mouth of the Rio Giande and is
said to be a total loss. Her name
is unknown, but she is thought to
have been an English vessel. The
captain and crew were saved. At
Colorado, Texas, the river rose
twenty-five feet and at last accounts
is still rising. All the tributary
creeks are overflowing and large
I sections of country are submeiged.
Very heavy rains have fallen in
other sections and much apprehen
sion is felt for the safety of pro
perty. S. F. Bulletin.
Mer-Mift S. I. Co.,
Tlio JUoht 3 onto
to tho World Runownril
Volcano of Kilauea
'I lie new mid staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leave:) Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
l-'HIIUY, Novtwbci 0th.
The riti'iiuur iii3'C4 along tliu entire
const of Hie leeward side ol Iluw 11. af
fording tourists u panorama of clnirm.
lug scener.i , and will slop at Kciilnke.
kua liny, horo stilllclcut lime l allow
ed to vllt the Monument, of Captain
ToiiiNtsby ilits route reach l'unaluu
at 5 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
ves-el, milking the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaliiu tlicie Is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists w PI be com eyed
by railroad to Pahnlii, thence by ttage
coach to Half.wny House, where horses
and guide will be in attendance to con
vey them to the Voh imo.
Tourists will havo two nights nnd one
whole day nt the Volcano Utilise.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAltRY AUMITAOE,
Agent, nt Williams' l'linlogrnph Qnllery,
Fort stnet, or at the olllce of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., K-phtniule. iV.O Gm
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon S-'oln, I.cmnnade. b'anaparllla
Fruit by rups and Essence-, and
HION ! !
SPECIAL NOTICE !
Our Entire Stock must bo sold out bv December 1st, 1886.
Goods will bo niiii'koil down jit Cost.
The Sale will commence Monday Nov. 1st
nindojfrnm tlie puie Apple, nil of which
we giiiiiautee to bo tlie best.
Gent'H, Boys', Youths and Children's Clothing, at Cost.
Gent's Furnishing- Goods and Hats, at Cost.
Dry Goods, Dry Goods, Dry Goods, at Cost.
Fancy Goods, Fancy Goods, Fancy Goods, at Cost.
Ladies' , Misses' , Children's and Infants' Underwear at Cost.
Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, at Cost.
Trunks, Yalises, Satchels, utc, at Cost.
TVe also beg to state, that in connection with our Clos
ing Out Sale, we shall have AUCTION SALES EVERY
SATURDAY NIGHT, up to the 31st of December. We
invite the general public to note the GREAT BARGAINS
we guarantee. Goods Sold for Cash Only.
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Haw'n Carriage Manf'i; Co, jl M 100
K. O. Hall & Son,(ntw iMiic) 100 100
Hull Telephone, Xl 1U
O Ilrewcr&Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Ualry, 00 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., 97 100
Wnlmnnnlo, 155 100
Star Mill, 5 COO
Heclnroclty Sugar Co , B0 10C
Ico Company, Q 87 100
Ititcr.IiOnnd . H , Co , (ft 105
L. A THlMwi'iiN Mock ltiokei
3x Mf rchmit rtnwi lfil If
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
I'lfty Ccntn a Month.
U8 1 DANIEI. f.OGAN. Prnpilelor. ly
A SUl'EMOH FAMILY
Cow. For particular en
(liilru nt this Offinc. 05tf
COTTAGE TO LET.
. ACotingi on Lunilllo nnd Fllkat
Bluets, furnished complete for 1Ioue.
keeping. Use of lioro and carriage;
large garden. Apply In
Wtf for. Fort A- Hotel U
TWO COrTAOES. COH
ner Nuuami and School Su.
AUo one foltnirp In Adam's
Apply to II. WATERIIOUSE.
MR. MAX ECKART has removed
his Jewelry Muiitifjrtnty lo Port
Streit, ju-a aliove the t31irxtii k (iallery,
where he will carry mi Ills ri galar busi
ness. 48 lm
SSSr We nKo
Still llllR stoics lm
drinks and wishing loiiutaiii .supplies,
to call on us I dore" going elsewhere.
unite partio intending
tlie sale of iced
Tie Crystal Soda Works,
P.O. I5o !!Pl7, Honolulu.
Dn. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all foims of Heart Dit
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
COTTAGE OF THE RICHEST WOMAN
The cottage is a very handsome
one, and is beautifully furnished.
Of course Lotca had no chance this
year to entcitain there, but in future
summers she will keep it, as is her
wont, full of bright company. She
has been talking for a long time of
securing a place to settle down in, a
home with an anchor to it. The
Lake Hopatcong cottage is to be that
home, and it was with this purpose
in view that so much money was
spent on it! She took up with rustic
out-of-the-road Hopatcong at tho
suggestion of Dunlap, the New York
hat man, who is a great friend of
heis and has landed interests at tho
New Jersey resort. She will doubt
less be very happy there, for she
loves the wide water and the hills
and fields, and is besides a jolly and
hospitable entertainer. She had a.
a house one summer at Lake George
and another summer at Newport.
Sho kept each of. them crowded
with company all the time. Indeed,
so many were the guests at her
Newport cottage that she was obliged
to lay out a plan of amusement
every day and send out the people
in squads. She kept live carriages
and half a score of horses going all
the time, carrying her quests hither
and thither, as if sho were supple
menting her winter's woik by con
ducting a summer hotel. AH tho
same she enjoyed it all Immensely,
and she declines that she hasn't had
so much fun any summer since.
It is altogether likely that Lotta
will soon give up the stage. She
tells me that next year sho will not
play more than three months, and
after that it is not improbable that
sho will withdraw altogether from
the glare of tho footlights. She says
that,, at last, she has grown tired of
tho hard work incidental to stage
life, and Unit she wishes to rest.
"Resides," sho adds naively, "I
would rather letirc gracefully now
than be forced to go after the public
had grown tiled of me" as if tho
world had shown any signs of grow
ing weary of her shining eyes and
nimble feet. -She is far and away
the richest woman on the stage,
Her foituno easily reaches a round
million. Besides she has lost and
been swindled out of a thiid as
ICE CREAM of the Purest and Rich
est quality fiom one quurt lo any
quantity iipwards aro dtlherid packed
in ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to C o'clock
i si., free of charge to any part in Ilono.
lulu and subuibs by the Pioneer bioam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
5.00 ONLY is the price elmrgod
for Two Gallons of iiny llitvored
rich and always frosh mudo Steam Ice
Cream, guarantee I to be absolutely pure
or no pay nt the Pioneer Steam Candy
F.ictory, Bnkery and Ice Cream Rooms.
Piactical Conieclioncr and Orna.
mentcr, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nupanu
t-H. Hawaiian and Bell Telephones,
No. 74. 4!) tf
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaiied,
rcgilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Fatiionize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where lie is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
anipromptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no licenso is required" to
sell tlicso cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W, Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street,
T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
thn Stockholdcis ot tho Pacific
Sugar Mill, tho following ofllccrs were
duly o'ected for the ensuing year:
F. A. SOHAEFER : i : Piesldent
.1. HOTING : : : : : Treasiuer
II. REXJES : : : : : Secretaiy
J. II. PATV : : : : : Auditor
II. RENJES, Secietary.
Honolulu, October 20, 1880. Ot
Fislmlates, Bolts & Spites.
II. 1IACKFELD & Co.
Having Fccuied the Serviccjof
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wearc prepared to execute all
House ox SigMi
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
The White House,
No.;il8 Nmianu Htrect,
Hjnolnlii, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Reason
able; First.clas Aicomniouatlous.
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT !
CLOTHING .AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Ever brought to then- Islands and which wo will tell ut the following
1C0 Dozen Boys,' "Wool Suits, per suit $ 2 .'0 upwards ,
100 " " Jersey " " " a CO
75 " Men's Fine IHisincss Suits, piT stilt 5 00 "
75 " " " All Wool " Kxtiiivalue.pcrsult 0 00 "
. 50 " " Ex Fine Black Dress " " " " " 18 00 "
100 " ' 'Noikiug Pants, per piir 100 "
AIfo tin Ex r.i Fine Line of Men's nnd Boy
JUlio Clionpewl, timl Uest in. tho Market.
The War is Over !
COTTAGE, vltliln cauydietaiiciiof
Post Office Hay, six roouiF.
Furnished or unfiirnUliul,
CO W. O. PEAOOOK.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pattry Cook and Bukcr.
71 Hotel St. -IUr Telephone 74
" Thos. Lindsay,
No. CONuuanu fctreet.
SEE WO will this evcnlnc rejopen a
portion of the Ator IIoiipo as a
Collce Nuloon, with Mn. Mandkn
as manager, U5 lw
WEMER & CO.
Conbtuutly on linuil a large assortment
of every desti iptiou of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &c.
100 Dozen Unlnundiiul Shiits, per piece $ 50 upwaida
101 " Men s Fine Uwhfrhirm, per piece 50 "
100 ' " M kite Dic-sShirU, per piice 1 !l5
100 " " All Wool Working bhlns" ' 150
50 " " Straw Hats, per piece 70 "
L75 ' Boyi,' " " " " 60
Wo are confident that thoc prices will satisfy the most exnelit g.
"We only iiriivHixe Imt ie iiivan !
Any niiHiifiJiifttiry nrtlflo may be rctnrued nml the money
will be clivcjiiilly relumled.
Be member tho Blue Front, Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
5im EGAN AND CO.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RKOEIVED, TIIK FINKST LINES OF
CDStom-iaie Clfilliiic Geits' FnMug Goous,
ll.Vl.S, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties dn Neckwnre.
Also, hy rcpcniul and bpLClul riquiBi, a Hindi imolec of the HncBt hand-made,
Most Durable Gents' Shoes
We arc not glwng anything away lo
sell our (.oods, us t le!i v.- In muiking
goods al u small pir lit. ThU wu hsive
done and will continue do t-o
LADI ES, we ask you to go and rrice
good- atlhc Iioum s that nrc advertising
culling price in luo and telling below
cost; then come and price our goods nnd
if jim do nut find the prices lower than
tho low est. don't purchase from us.
Our Stcck of
JStwli&McT Dry Goods
Is hII now ami trtsh, direct from Europe,
Nrw Yoik anil Sun Framiseo, cim; ril
ing the follow 'ng aitielcM
Black and Colored Silks and Satins,
Merinos, Ribbons, Laces, Hosiery,
Gloves, Lawns, Linens, Sheetings,
Shirtings, Table Linen, Napkins,
Towels, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We ho a full Hue of
In the Latest Stiles of Tiliniacd and on.
trimmed HatH Feather, Flowers, Vel.
vtlB, Hat Plus, Birds, Ltc, etc.
GENTLEMEN, uehuvc something
for you in iho tthapo of a
Which ucilt-ini is the hot in this mar
ket lor thu pilte. It is ditfcrini Irom
aiy other in thin n.atkei. We have
them Lauudrlcd and UuUundi led, in two
grndca Come In and tee tin in.
A full line of
Ohtninahlc In theKiutern mm It Us.
ltcar of Luca' .Mill.
Now Pliotogrtiph Rooms.
,YEIl Nlchol'a More, Fori street,
next the Shooting Oalleiy, Pic.
tures, Portraits and views. Firbt-olasu
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
80 ly J.A.GONBALVES.
No. Gil Hotel street,
Opposite Interi.alional Hotel,
Canes and Valking Sticks,
Mudo of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ot tho lateat designs.
um Rose Premises,
Blacksmith Work :
79 & 81 Kin Street
Alwa on hand and al bittom pr ee
Wo curry a laige
8toi k of
and well rtf soiled
la Silkr, Satins, Ponges,
Onus Cloth, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Fans, Sad: 0t, Etc., Etc. Ete
JUiitriinccH irom ICIiif; aiul Moi-c-lituit Bin,
livery description of work In thouhoo IIiu-h pciformid In a Ursi-clucs manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tST Ui'H Teh phone, 107. -Xi (.U27 I) ) tST Bell Telephone, 187.
Ladles aud Gcnilciniii may ret as
sured of fulr ileal I Lg and our.eous
tieutmeui. Urols th'iwn lth pleasure
and sumplcB furnished.
Cornt-r Fort f nl Houl strcttt.
GEO. 11, PEACOCK,
Muuuger, 07 Fr 8n