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SATURDAY, NOV. C. 188G.
Btinr LlUcliKc front Kiilmliii
Stmr Mokolll fiom Molnkal
Stmr lns Mnkcc fiom Knuni
Schr Khukiil Ii oin Wnlahu
Schr Nettle Men 111 forPtuinluii Hawaii
Schr Knlnbow fur Kooliiu
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY.
Stmr Sin prise for Kuan
Stmr I.lkellkc for Knliuliil
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Schr Khiikal for Wnlanno
" PASSEHCERS. "
From Kuhulul, mid by-ports, per stmr
Llkcllke, Xov 0 Mis S 0 Wilder, Miss
Horn Dowsott, G r Wllilcr. It Cation,
PXJlnkce, AlUtabeock, Mls Land
foul, Akanallllll, liliiio and CO deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkcllke GH2 bags sugar and 70
Stmr Mokolll M bales of wool, 75 bags
sugar, 42 slice)) and 28 hides
The schooner Lnka was lowered from
the Marine Hallway la.t evening.
The American baik Aldcn JJcssle,
Captain ,IA O'Biien, sailed yesterday
nfternoon for Hongkong with 2U1
Chinese passengcis on board, including
2f from tills port.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Music at the rink to-night.
Tun usual temperance meeting in
Fowler's ynul this evening.
The sale of the span of black mates
has been postponed until Tuesday,
Tin: steamer Kinau fiom Wind
ward Torts will bo due here to-nior-iow
Captain McGiogor, of the steamer
Mokolii, which arrived this morning,
reports heavy rains on Molokai.
C. J. McCauthy will open the
A 8 tor" House lunch loom this even
ing, where a good cup of coll'ec can
"be liaJ up to 12 o'clock.
T ' --
A pauty of ladies and gentlemen
had a pleasurable moonlight sail
about the bay last evening, in Mr.
Herbert's steam launch.
Tin: new hydtant at the head of
Emma sttcct will be tested by steam
power this afternoon. Engines No. 1
and '1 will probably be used for the
Mn. C B. Wilson says that not
withstanding the wrangling of the
Honolulu and Myttle boat clubs, he
is going to have all the races on the
17th. Boats will be bonowed and
manned by boat boys and sailors.
The evening will bo inaugurated
the first of u series of auction sales
to be held every Saturday evening to
the end of the year, at the Temple of
Fashion. Mr. Lewis J. Levey will
Jtandlo tlio hammer.
During the meeting of the Hono
lulu Itilles, last evening, an . order
front Captain V. V. Ashford was
read, appointing C J. McCarthy,
Fifth Coporal ; Alex. Kobertson, Sixth
Coporal; and C. T. Wilder, Eighth
Six young ladies and an equal
-'unber of young men, .vent out to
"'ci last evening, in the Hotel
Co.'s wagonette. They re-
ibout 1 o'clock, singing
- on the way.
'aloon, at the corner
ii.iiiii ctronlsi. wllirOl
lite in April last,
d by a fine brick
iw teady for btist
ened this evening,
will bo in tcadi
d to call and par
Ids, the proprietor,
meet his old friends.
,toiy btick building
King and Maunakea
is been in the course
borne timo, is now
id occupied, In tho
r stoics, earticd on by
t limit Bing Chong &
Ying Wo&Co.,Yeo Wo
., and Quong On Kco &
.sskk. H. Whitney, W. M. Gif
lard, Eddjo Giffiud, Guy Wodcjiouso,
T. and J. Lishnuin, in ouo party, and
Messrs. Alex. Citrtwright, Jr., Dow
sett, Spaulding, and Livingston, in
another party, went over the pali on
horseback this afternoon, to ehoot on
tho lakes at Koolau. The hunters
way that ducks and plover aro pretty
plentiful at Koolau, and some big
bags ato expected.
LOSSES BY FIRE. .
It appears that tho total loss by
lire in the United States and Canada
for tho first eight months of this
year amounted to $70,500,000, as
against suo,ouu,uuu tor uiu corre
sponding time last year. August
was a particularly destructive
month, and in this respect has been
almost beyond precedent. Seven
millions of dollars has been about
the average lire waste in August for
several years, but in the same month
of this year the total loss amounted
to 13,00O,00O. It is trim that
forest fires in several Western
States have contributed quite largely
o tlio aggregate of last month ; but,
estimating tlio entire loss from this
cause as $3,000,000, which is cer
tainly a reasonable estimate, there is
still left, without this, a lire waste
of about 810,000,000, which is
about 15 percent above tho August
average of at least the last ten years.
. rProvidcucQ Journal.
Tlio Itoynl Hawaiian Unnrt will
play at Emma Squnro this after
noon commencing nt 4:!)0. Tlio
following is tlio piograinino:
Match Itraudcnbuig Lcrvcngly
Ovciturc BelUnilo Donlelto
Waltz The Beautiful Waldteufel
Finale Klgolotto Verdi
Choi it? UU-nrt Wagner
Qu vlrlllc The Times Coolo
FRANK DAVIS" ESCAPED.
Shortly after 0 o'clock this morn
ing, when the Station House cells
were being visited, it was discovered
that Frank Davis, charged with the
robbery ut Hcaviow, had escaped.
His cell door was found unlocked
with tlio lock on the lloor. The
piisoncr beyond a doubt escaped
fiom the cell by the door, but how
lie got out of the building is a ques
tion. It was olllcer Hopkins' watch
at tlio lime of the escape, and Kcau
was also on duty at the time. The
police feel confident of his re-capture
Our repot ts of llio legislative pro
ceedings of the session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting ot 7-M pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during its progress through
the press. These reports are im
partial and entirely free from an
partizan bias. Tlio book is on sale
at Mr. Soper's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bulletin Ofllce. The price
Mr. C. J. Fishel had his opening
of new millinery goods this morning
with a pretty display of flowers,
ferns, trimmings, elegant bonnets
and bats, plume-tips, ornaments,
satin ribbons, etc. Four pyramids,
valued between 175 and. $300
apiece, composed of French flowers,
arc on view. The dcpaitmcnt man
aged by Miss Ulackwell with four
young lady assistants, possesses a
very attractive appearance. Mr.
Fjshel has a quantity of fancy goods
on the brigantine J. D. Sprockets,
now due, and a considerable amount
on the brigantine Consuelo, due here
in a few days. On the arrival of
the balance of Mr. Fishel's goods,
he will make a general opening with
a fine display.
A horse attached to an express
wagon, with a small boy seated on
the latter in charge of both, at the
corner of Queen and Fort streets,
abruptly decided to run with all
possible speed yesterday afternoon,
and at once put the decision into
practice along Queen street towards
the fish market. The first colli
sion was with the wheel of a heavy
dray, which threw the boy and the
seat he occupied a considerable dis
tance heaven-ward, Anally returning
to earth in safety. Next a private
carriage, in which sat a lady and
several children, was struck and
turned around, naturally producing
alarm in the first instance, which
was immediately followed by thank
fulness that matters were no woise.
Ultimately the pair the restive
animal and its wagon were brought
to a stand-still at the fish market by
THEODORE GOINC HOME.
Theodore Shotwell, who was re
ferred to in this paper a few days
ago as on a visit to Honolulu after
35 years' continuous residence on
the Island of Kauai, called at the
Buj.j.ETiN ofllce yesterday afternoon.
Theodore is apparently not charmed
with Honolulu. He says it is not
like it was in the good old da3's.
Then the people were sociable and
hospitable, but now they are a long
way behind Kauai in these respects.
He will be glad to get back there
again, and intends returning by the
Iwalani next Tuesday. Theodore
says he was on board of the old
Pole when she was launched, but
does not wish to go aboard of any
other vessel again, only to get back
to his home on Kauai. Ho speaks
highly of his friend James Iilackie,
engineer for tlio steam plough on
tho Kilauea Sugar Plantation,' in
whose company he came to Hono
lulu. Says Theodore, "He is the
best friend I ever had."
A HANDSOME CABINET.
A liandsomo cabinet, about two
feet high by about 18 inches wide,
made of 320 pieces of native woods,
was seen at C. E. William's, Hotel
street, this morning. The doors of
tho cabinet ate composed of Kou,
Koa Kawila, and sandle woods,
prettily inlaid. On the face of each
door is a shield of Kou, and over
each shield will bo placed a gold
crown and monogram, wrought
by Thos. Lindsay. Tho sides of tho
cabinet contain, each, 120 pieces of
wood, consisting of eight hinds,
namely, Kou, Koa, Sandle, Tame
rind, Ohia, Kawila, Tamana, and
Cocoanut, placed in alternate
squares, in the form of a checker
board. The back of tho cabinet is
composed of Koa, tho base of Ohia
and the top of Koa. Inside is lined
with crimson silk velvet. This hand
sonio piece of workmanship was
designod and made by C. E. Wil
liams, to bo presented to His Majpsty
on tlio 10th inst, by a well-known
gentleman on the Islands. On Mon
day next, after Mr. Lindsay has
finished his work on tho cabinet, it
will rcoclvo ita Until polish, ami bo
placed on exhibition at tlio store of
0. 15. Williams.
MRS. NEGUS AGAIN.
Diiaii Mn. llm.uvriN : Hero I am
back again In what n tourist friend
of mini! will call "Honcr-ru-ru,"
and real glad I inn I can tell yoit to
be settled once more in this delight
ful little cosmopolitan (perhaps I
ought to sny Colonial?) town. I
llnd its jii9t as full of petty strife,
jealousies and acav-mags as it ever
was. Your big lire doesn't seem to
have swept away any of the gossip
and scandal, though it lias opened
up the heart of the city, and let the
sun and air into what used to be
Well, I'm back again, and of
course I'm going to "write for the
papers." I And there is lots of
things to write about, things that
you who aro hero all the timo aie
so familiar with that yon don't ap
preciate them. May bo if you see
how they look to a stranger, you
may bo more interested in them.
There's tho city generally why
it's improved wonderfully in the past
two years. Any number of the old
buildings, relics of the Age of
Wood have disappeared and hand
some brick or stone buildings have
taken their place. (I hope, by the
way, that there are photographs
extant of some of tho old histor
ically interesting buildings for ic
ference in future years). Your
streets arc much improved the new
one opened around the base of Punch
bowl is my favorite walk of morn
ings, and even poor, muddy, rutty,
boggy "Lilihn" is better than it
was. Tho water supply is much
better though I do hear that Thomas
Square artesian water has gone bad
again. You've got new baths too,
tlio Kapioluni Bath House having
been opened since I wrote last. I
havn't visited it yet, but I will and
then I can report on it. It seems to
me as though the city was more
overgrown by trees than it was two
years ago. There doesn't seem to be
as much breeze as there used to be.
Still, the "trades" do sweep down
froi i the valleys, and keep the air
So I. find better buildings, better
roads and better water in the city ;
as healthful winds from the hills ; as
refreshing and sparkling a sea about
you, as clear a sky over your heads,
as many (more I believe) churches,
hut (and that should be written
BUT) how about your morals? your
charity? forbearance? sobriety? Are
they improved? I haven't been
back long enough to answer these
questions myself, but I hope to do
so before very long.
Meanwhile what I note that seems
to mo to be worthy of space in the
Bulletin I will transmit to you.
German bankers are reported to
be unloading their Russian securi
ties on tho London market, the be
lief being general in Germany that
war is probable,
Roman Catholic CATiiF.mtAi..
High mass at 10 A. M. Vespers at i :30
Kawaiahao Ciiuncii. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. si. Preaching at 11 A. m.
ICAUMAKAflLI ClIUItCH. ItCV. J.
Wnhimun, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Pteachlng at 10:0 A. M. and
Young people's meeting at 7:30 1 m.
Y. JL C. A. Young Men's Bible
Class In the parlor at 0:45 a. m.. eon
ducted by the General Secretaiy. Gospel
praise sei vleo at 0:30 P. M. Como and
bring a friend.
Giiim:sk Ciiuncii. Foit street, near
corner Uerctauia. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School,
!i :30 a. M. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 t si. Pleaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 i si, Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:30 i si.
FOUT-STKKUT ClIUllCH. BcV. J. A.
Criuan, pastor. Meeting for liiulc
fctiuly at 0:45 a. si. Services at 11 a. si.
and7:30i si. In the evening Pastor
Criiau will preach thu sixth of a series
of brief sermons on tho prout, pilmal
tiuths of thu Christian religion. Sub
ject: "The Heaven I seek." Seats
St. Animikw's Catheiuaj.. First
Cotigiegatlou. Services conducted by
the JJUIiop of Honolulu. Holy Com
munion, at 0:30 a. si. Holy Communion
with sciinoii, nt 0i30 A, St. Sunday
school at 10; 15 a. si. Hawaiian evoiir
f-ong at 3:30; English evensoig at 0
I. si. All scats at ef ice.
Second Congiegatlou. Jlov. George
Wallace, A. M.t pastor elect. Morn
ing Prayer with Holy Communion, ut
11:10 a. si.; evening piayer, with ser
mon, 7:30 i'. si. Sunday f-chool meets
at 10 A. 31. in the Puuahnu Preparatory
School building. Seats fieu at all
Betiiei, Union Conciii'-hation.
Itev. L. O. Oggel, pastor. Services ut
tho Lyceum, Nuiianii avenue, at 11 a.
si. and 7:30 r. si. At thu moiiiiug ter
vice, Infant baptism will bo administer
ed, new members! ccclvcd mid tlio Mi
ciament of the Lord's Supper dispensed.
At thu evening buivlcu, Thu Subject
will bo; ''All Siilutb, All .SouU timl I'ur
gatoiy." Sunday school at 0:45 a. si.
Lcbsoiis: "Thomas eoinluml, John
20:10-31, A Blblo Class has bcen;orgau
led, and will he conducted by Mrs.
S. K. lJlhop. All aic invited to these
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and 00 Hotel btrcct,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by cyery Steamer.
P. O. Box 180, Hell Telephone No.
310 .Mutual Telephone No. 101.
BUSINESS ITEMS, iJ
FINE Key West Olgara nt McCarthy''
IF YOU wish to obfuln rial good Ico
Cream in Honolulu, oIhuiW Hie fol
Where? At No. 85 Hotel Street, near
Who? Tlio Luti: leu Crf.tm Parlors,
II. J. Hart, proprietor.
How? By Telephone Muliifil, 338,
Bell, 1S2. 73
Akiists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Slietchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Ait stoie. 75 Ot.
Bn. Flint's Hkakt Bkmiidy is a
Specific for all fotins of Hcait Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
ami Cii dilation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Boii.son Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices and Slier,
uct? nt thi! Emtu. 73
ICE CREAM oftho I'urcbtaiidWch
uiiquulity fiom one quart to any
quantity upwards aiu di'litcrtd packed
in lci, from It o'clock A. si. to 0 o'clock
i- m , frie of charge to any part in Hono
lulu and suburbs by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
d5.00 ONLY ia the price charged
3? lor Two Gallons of any flavored
l icli nnd always fresh made Steam Ice
Cream, guaranteed to he absolutely puru
ornopiynt llie Pioneer Stcatn Candy
Factory, Bukery and Ice Cream Itoonis.
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
mentor, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nuuunti
Mi. Hawaiian nnd Bull Telephones,
No. 74. 40 tf
SINCE I left thu Enstl Never tasted
hetier CakoM ns at tho Elite.
There j on will always llnd a great varle
ty of Kttucy, Plain, Fruit, Jelly, Pound
mid ninny other kinds of Cakes. Wed
ding and Bridal Cakes made to order.
EVERYBODY says the Imported
Candies at thcEi.iTEnre yum-ynni.
Go and try some I 73
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufaetiticr, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whuie he is prepared to fill all
oiders at tlio lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island outers solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealeis is lespectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. AV. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
A COTTAGE, within easy dlstnnco of
Post Olllcc S'iy, six rooms.
Furnished or unfurnished.
CO W. O PEACOCK.
BY UU3RANI) AND WIFE, (P). NO
children, employment in a private
family, thu former lor general garden
work and care of hnises; nnd the latter
for general house work, w.ishing and
stwlng a specialty. One or both are
willing lo maku themselves cenerally
useful. Address J. M. VIVAS.
71 2v Kidiuminu St.
SHIP'S DAVITS WANTED.
ONE PAIR SHIP'S RAVITS, 4 in.
in diameter, and 14 to 15 feet long.
Anplv on board Steam Schooner "Sur-pii-e."
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 188". 70 lw
Having fccuied the Servicosof
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wcjaro prepared to execute a
House or SSig-n.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
'Jo. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and 7alking StickB,
Mailu of uvery kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made (it the latest designs.
II. IIACKFELD & Co.
Office 42 Merchant St., Honolulu,
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
llllln una ItenlH C'ollcrted,
Ileal I'.Htntn Untight and Hold,
All mntters entrusted lo mo will receive
piompt attention, and returns
Now Photograph Kooiiih,
OVER Nlchol's More, Fort street,
next thu .Shooting Qnllury, Pic
lures, PortraiU and vlevs. First-class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A.UONBALVES.
PROGRAMME ea iKttvxM iauibaii ta i I
To be held in honor of the
of Ills Majesty the King's Uirtliday.
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand deception nnd Hookupu, from
10 to 4 o'clock, and in tho evening 1'lre
Works and Honolulu Piro Department
Wednesday, November 17th.
Hegntln, from 0 o'clock, n. m.
Thursday, November 18th.
Historical Procession fiom 0 o'clock
Baseball Tournament, from 1 o'clock
Historical Tableaux, from 7 o'clock
Friday, November 10th.
Grand Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd.
Baturday, November 27th,
Tuesday, November 30th.
Stnte Dinmr. GSlf
Mer-IslaM S. I Co.,
Tlie .Best DRonte
to tho World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
Tho now and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. oh
FRIDAY, November Silt.
The steamer passes nloug the entire
coast of the leeward side of Haw iil, af.
fording tourists a panorama of dimm
ing scenery, nnd will stop at Keolal.e
kua Bay, when) sufficient time is allow,
ed to visit the Monument, of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at 5 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making thu entiro passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu them is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will he conveyed
by railroad to Paliula, thence by stuge
coach to Half. way House, where horses
and guides will be in attendance to con
vcy them to tho Volrano.
Tourists will have two nights nnd one
whole day at tho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHKY AKMITAGE,
Agent, at Wijlinms' Photograph Gallery,
Port street, or nt thu ofllcu of the 1. 1. B.
N. Co., Esplanade. f 370 Cm
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parties is prepared at
short notico to do all Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A comilcrnble
baa been miidc from the scale of
former rale?, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor the Establishment
witli a trial. 00
Crystal Soda forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Hoda, Lcinnnadu. Sauapurilla
Fruit Syrups nnd K so icetj; ind
inadef-nm tho pure Apple, all of which
we guai auteu lo ho thu hct.
IST Wo nlo invito parties intending
ftarling storen for tho tale of iciil
drinks and winliing Inuntnin supplies,
to call on us heforu going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soda Worts,
P.O. Box 887, Honolulu.
Bell Telephono, ' ; : 29B
llmt Uh -ASHIUN!! 1
Do not Lose Your Chance I
First Come, First Served I
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
HERE WE COME
Finest Custom Made
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Ever brought to these Islands and which we will felljut the following
LOW PRICES s
100 Doien Boys' Wool Suits, per suit. 3 to upwards.
100 " " Jersey " ' " 2 5(1 "
75 " Men's Fine Business Suits,
75 " " " AllWool "
" Ex Fine Black Dres9
" Working Pants, per
Also an Extra Fine Line ot Men's and Boyi'
Tlio ClMtupoHt ana JESoMt In tlio Mn.rket.
100 Dozen Unlnundried Shirts, per piece
100 ' Men's Fine Undershirts, per piece
100 " " ' "White Drew Shirts, per pitce.
100 " " All Wool Working Shirts, " ' .
CO " " Straw lints, per piece
75 ' BojV " " " "
Wc aro confident that thcie prices will sntisfy the most exneting.
We only ndvertido ivliat tt mean I
Any nnsatifnetory article may lie returned and the money
will bo chcerlnlly refunded.
Komember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST XINES OF
IIATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Alio, by repintoJ and si eciul request, a email imo'co of tlio finest lund.mode
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable ia the
The White House,
Honolulu, II, I,
Private Family Hotel; Terms Hcason.
able; First-class Accommodations.
M. W. BANDEHS, Proprietor.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HOIIN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. -ar Teleplitne 74
Sold at Cost!
Opposite Irwin & Co'g
TO THE FRONT I
per suit 5 00
Extra valuc.per suit 0 oo
" " " " " 18 00
$ B0 upwards
. CO "
. 1 25 "
. 1 CO "
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
WENNER & CO.
NO. OS li-OBT STBEET.
Constantly on hand a large asBorlaient
of every description of Jewelry, Watches.
Gold and Sliver Pluted Wuroi &c.
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
28 1 DANIEL LOGAN, PropiUtor. ly