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Slu gnUjj S Matin.
MONDAY, NOV. 8. 188G.
Stmr "Walnlcnlc- fiom Haninkua, Hawaii
Stmr Klnnu from uinnward port
Stmr Iwalanl from ICnnnl
Schr Slnuuoknwnl from ICoolou
Schr Eliuknl from Waialun. Oaliu
Schr Mlllo MonW from Wnlalua
Nov 8- , .
Bgti.u J U Spicckulsfrom ban lranclco
Stmr Klluiitiii Hint from windward poits
Bails 0 O Whltinoio from l'oit Town-
Sltnr SuipiNc for Kmui
.Stmr Llkellko for Kulmliii
Stmr Mokolil for Jlulokai
Schr lihttkal for Walanno
YESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kiiitui for windward poit at 5 pm
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai at ii p in
Stmr J iw Jtnkoo for Kniml nt-1 p in
Stmr Wnlaleale for Lalialna and Ilatnn-
kua at " p m
.Stmr Kllauea Hon for llanmkun at o pin
From windward ports, per steamer
Ktuiiu, Nov 7 J P Kobinson, Dr. II J
Pratt, It H Holmes, K Lycan. P O
Jones, 0 T Sliipinan. .T V Calvlllu and
wife, Mis W P I.uniahclhci, Mrs IC Kinl-
lnuka, "H Low, O Hedenmnn, K 11 S
Kvnnersley and wife, Mrs "V S Luce, 2
clilldren and nurse, J ltubensteln. Miss
'iK.jij.iiua, D Morton, Hov S E Bishop,
Wight, wife, 2 children and 2
nt, and !)" deck.
m Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl,
-Geo II Dole, Hon 13 L Knual, C
or, Mrs Hunt, 11 Miller, L A
.ii, K Sticleg, V I? .Brlgstock, 51 A
salves. 51 Melncniy, B Stewatd,
.ohoy, and 5(! deck.
Prom San FranoUco, per brlgnntlne J
I) Spieckels, Nov 8 Louis Soland, N
'"noil, and John Dorrity.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
ir Iwalanl 1,1)8:) b.igs sugar, 75 bags
lice, 11 hides. 00 bags pia, 21!) sheep,
and 3 hoi-es.
Stmr Kilauca II ou-ilO head of cattle.
Stmr Kinaii 2,lf)0 bags-sugar, SO bags
corn, US bags spuds, 1(7 bills hides,
120 pkgs blind! ies.
The Iron Crag is taking in sugar.
The steamer Bishop -.ills on V eduos
lay at 8 a m, for Waianac, Walahia and
The bgtnc J I") Spreckels arihed this
morning, 17 davs from San Francisco.
She is docked at the OSS wharf.
The Discovery received sugar from
the bteamer Iwalanl this morning. She
will receive sugar and rice fioni the
warehouse to-morrow and will sail for
San Franclco next week about the Kith.
The bark C O Whitmoie, Oapt Thomp
son, arrived this morning 20 days from
Port Townsend with U20.127 feet of
lumber, and 10,000 pickets for Allen Ac
The American bark Ferris S Thomp
son arrived at Kuhului, 5Iaui, Wednes
day, November Did, 28 days from
Nauaimo, Departure U.y,BrltMi Colum
bia, with about 800 tons coal to Messrs
S G "Wilder & Co.
The schooner Anna was towed to sea
from the Port of Kaliuhu, Maui, Wed
nesday, November 3rd, in ballast for
.San Francisco, by the steamer Llkelikc.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thk Misses Notl leave for
Coast by the
King Bios, aie decorating their
jdiow windows with a line assortment
ni Christmas amis.
TiiERi: are subdued Whisperings
around of an eniagcd man intending
to shoot another man.
Mu. P. C. Joncu' book-keeping class
will meet at the Y. 51. C. A. Hall, at
7 o'clock this evening.
Fkom San Francisco, by the J. D.
Spreckels, this morning, came 23
heifers, 2 houses and 1 bull, for the
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Co.
Jim 5Iace, whiln driving one of the
Pantheon express carriages, yester
day, struck a telephone postf
Merchant street, and wiecked
, -- .
Tiinoflicers niul teachers of the
Bethel Union Sunday School will
meet at thu residence of Rev. E. C.
Oggel, Nuuanu Avcnu, ou Thursday
Thk billiard tournament at the
Hawaiian Hotel begins at 8 o'clock
this evening. Saylor and McCleery
aro the players.
Musshb. E. P. Adams & Co. will
coll nt. uiintioii. at 12 o clock noon to
morrow, a span oi uiuuu iuuii-,
property of Mr. Ophorgelt, at
Tiikhh will bo a race between the
Mtennieis Surprise and Mokolii this
evening, for a purf-o made up by the
engineer of tlio Surprise and the
inaHtcr of the Mokolii.
Judub Preston filed his decision Sat
urday in tho ciiso of Henry Birch vs.
Anna Long, executrix of John Rus
sell, braid Fiiday an appeal lroin
the Honolulu Folic Court. Tho np
pcal was dismissed.
It is said that Kahunas havo been
fervently praying during the past
week, for the death of 5Ir. h. B. Dole.
i.,i iinv cpimii to make blow uiogrees.
Tlio guutlcman continues to livo and
bo in good spirits. It is rather tough
woik to pray u Imolo to death I
O.ni: of tho sailors of tho fcteamer
Kilauca Hon was placed in iioirs
this trip, for lofusing duty. Ho was
ordered aboaid the Lehua, while to
windward, and icfuMiig to go, ho wuu
placed in ioiiB. Tho Lehua was
slioit of men, j-Jio having loftheio
with but six.
Tub Mctinier Kinau will make no
trip next week: tho Likeliko will mil
on her next tiip on Wednesday the
J7th, It is not yet known if the
MtrVMrTniTiHrmffs - iV"Fi "' i "n.i'i ii'i i -iiW" f nri '-i- '"rfrrf, nvr"f nffrli J r n r i . ',! i.-fi V-ii-1, --run r ., iJ' -i.'yLniLstJVwiF JJl ,w, ... & t 4.i-s
steamer Vf, U. llhll will npil noU
week or not, neither is il known if
any of tho 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s fctuutnorn
will sail next week.
already in typo
is hold over for tho
want of npaco.
Kauai and Knhaln notes, and
Opium in tlio Schools, will ho found
on the fourth page.
Thk decision in the Ailiniinlty case
was rondeied this ufUrnooit. The .7.
I, Dowsed was held to lie in fault, and
$070 allowed as dnihngo to the Moiwa
liiuc. Tin: foundation is being laid of u
new building on tho Waikiki side of
Nuiiamt Ktiect, between King and
Excavation's me being inndu for n
building on the lot on the upper side
of King Kticet, between Niiuanu
stieet corner anil the Chinese Club
Tin: new brick stiucttuo nt tho
coiner of Nuuanu and King utieotH,
opposite 5ossinan's, is to be opened
shortly us the "Merchant's Ex
change." Tho internal fixings me
now being arranged.
A.0Tl!i:it auction sale will he held
by 5Ir. J. Lyons at tho Temple, of
Fashion this evening, and others will
follow during thu week, of which duo
announcement will be made.
Tin: members of the Fort Street
Church Choir are requested to meet
Piofessor Yarndley, on Thursday
evening, at 7 o'clock, and on Satur
day afternoon, at .'1 o'clock, at Fort
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
W. II. J. Brigstock, Kauai ; J. N.
S. Kynuersley and wife, Kohala ; Mr.
Ilenrj, Heeia ; L. II. Ambon, Kauai ;
A. II. Babcock, Oakland, Cal. ; P.
N. Makee, Kauai.
Mr. Lycan, manager of the Ha
waiian Itamic Company at Puna,
Hawaii, was one of Hie passengers
arrived by the Kinaii yesterday. Mr.
Lycan reports the ramie in a nourish
ing condition. A heavy crop is ex
pected to be taken off about January
and Fcbruarv next.
Captain "William Tell captured the
escaped prisoner, Frank Davis, at
about 2 o'clock this afternoon, lie
was discovered hidden under a house
on King street, out on the plains.
The house was one in which Frank
had previously lived. His liberty
DEATH OF KATIE WILHELM.
Mairy friends of Miss Katie "Wil
helm, of Ililo, mourn her sudden
death, of brain fever, ather brother's
in San Francisco. Miss Wilhelm
was a young lady highly esteemed
by all who knew her. She served
the Board of Education last year as
principal of the Ilonolii English
school. The bereaved family have
the sympathy of the whole Hilo
Work of Art.
Mrs. Nicoll is making to order,
for the lGth, a handsome buggy
robe. The robe is being made of
olive green felt, with a gorgeous
spray of hibiscus, worked in ar
rasenes, occupying a center position.
It will be lined with old gold sateen
and the edge will be pinked out.
Mrs. Nicoll is also making another
coat-of-arms, similar to the one
mentioned in this paper several days
ago, for the Palace Reception Book,
besides a velvet cushion for hookupu.
Mr. Jas. Dood will open a liquor
saloon, iu a few weeks, on Fort
street, where the Oceanic restaurant
now is. The restaurant will move
to where Frank Gertz now has his
shoe store, and Gertz will move to
the place lately occupied by the
Ladies' Bazaar. Dodd is paying
tho expenses involved in the moving
of the restaurant, and although
Gertz offered Mr. Pratt, proprietor
of the restaurant, 8200, if he would
not disturb him (Gertz). Mr. Pratt
has refused tho offer and has made
known his decided intention of taking
Frank Gertz store.
Our reports of the legislative pro
ceedings of the session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 741 pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in tho
work during its progress through
tho press. These reports are im
partial and entirely free from any
partizan bias. The book is on sale
at Mr. Sopor's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and tho
Daily Bui.ixtin Oiltce. The price
John Kconekapu, who died at
Lelco Oct. 24th last, wa9 interred
on Saturday, the Gth instant, in the
family tomb at Kwa. Tho little
steamer "Waimanalo was chartered
to convey tho deceased, the mourn
ers and friends from Honolulu to tho
place of interment. Tho religious
rites wore performed at tho
family residence, Lelco, by tho Rev.
Walainau. The remains were taken
thence to the bteamer at Brewer's
wharf, followed by a long procession
of people in carriages. At 10:15
A. M. tho Waimanalo was on her way
to Pearl Bay, and anived at tlio-eud
of her journey in about two hours.
There the moital remains of Keone-
knpu vro deposited In. n. Vattlt, by
Iho side of those of the Into Dr.
Ford and several other members of,
the family. The steamer lclurned
to Honolulu nliotib 7 o'clock in tlio
evening, hrihginghack with hcru por
tion of the company taken away by
her in the morning.
The lloytil Hawaiian Hand will
play at Emma Square this even
ing commencing nt 7:80. The
following is the programme:
Mtu eh Hunting Tunst
Ovet tuic HclUui lo Donizetti
Ca atlua Leaves Cat 1
Finale Klgolettii Verdi
FantiiMa America Catlln
Waltz Tlio Beautiful Waldtcufol
Polka Countryfolks Faut
Medley The Hingoes Beyer
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
A lodger over Ramsey's store,
Hotel street, was disturbed from
sleep between 5 and G o'clock yes
terday morning, by the visit of a
thief to his looni. The intruder
was in search of plunder, when the
lodger awoke. The latter sprang
from hia bed, and blows wcro ex
changed between the two. The
thief escaped into another room near
by, but a police olllcer was called
in, and the culprit arrested and
taken to the Station House. His
name was entered as M. Crotliy.
His room was afterwards searched
by a police ofllcer, who there found
a watch and chain belonging to the
lodger above alluded to. Somo mis
sing money was not found. The
prisoner was brought before the
Police Court this morning, and
remanded until to-morrow.
PANORAMA OF KLLAUEA.
For the last two or three weeks
Mr. Jules Tavemicr has been exhi
biting a panorama of Kilauca, of his
own painting, at Ililo. By the last
Kinau he brought it to Honolulu,
where he expects to present it to
the public in an improved form. It
represents the crater and its sur
roundings as seen at dawn by an
observer suspended over a point
somewhat to the noith of Halcmau
mau, before the late disappearance
of the fire.
As the observer enters the stand
he faces the Xew Lake with its lava
just breaking up. Long cracks ap
pear upon its dark surface with the
licry lava shining through thein. At
some points the liquid lire is spout
ing high in the air. A thin smoke
bancs over all but conceals nothing.
A little to the left and in the dis
tance is seen the sea with its white
sails and over-hanging clouds, and
the steamer Kinau just off the Kau
coast. To the right is Ilaleniaumau
with its crags and peaks glowing
red with the light of the eternal fires.
For the day has not advanced so far
as to take away the grand and awful
aspect of Kilauca at night.
Facing about, the observer is con
fronted by Mauna Loa, snow-capped
and radiant with the first blush of
dawn. Mauna Kea stands a little
to the right, more rugged and
scarcely less beautiful. To one
familiar with the sight of these
mountains in the early morning it is
enough to say that the view of them
given in this picture is almost as
beautiful as nature. Further to the
right and near the edge of the cra
ter is seen the smoke rising from the
sulphur beds. Near that stands the
Awful grandeur is represented in
the lake of fire, majestic beauty in
the mountains. It is dillleult to say
whether Mr. Tavcrnier has succeed
better iu painting the lire in the pit
or the sunlight upon. the mountains,
Satuiiuay, Nov. Gth.
Disorderly conduct by using in
decent lauguage, S2G.4Q, and hard
labor 48 hours.
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
vs. Keaupuni and Kcalai, deserting
contract service; costs S3 each anil
ordered to return.
Monday, Nov. 8th.
Drunkenness ; Kaukuhauui, Kcala,
Knlili, John Win. Teller, G.
Williams and J. Murkey, 80 each.
Violating Express Rule No. 25 ;
Jona SO ; Jim Davis, 80 and license
ordered to be cancelled.
Furious Driving; Kawalunn, SC
Common Nuisance, by keeping a
disorderly bouse; Kahaleniauna,
$lf); appeal noted.
Larceny of $11 j property of Ray
mond, Kauka, $20 and threo months
JOHN 11. BOPEH lonuoits tin all.
onion for Hits OhriHtmiiNH i'ie
torlul lllli'i'H hu sent iu before tho
departure (d'tliu neM mall for the Coabl
to avoid disappointment. 7J
KEEP YOUH HOUSES HEALTHY
and avoid ixcutsivo sweating by
having them clipped with tlio Patent
Lightning iiorou cupping .uuvinuu.
Hoists called lr and returned free of
churne. lllng up Telephone No. 82.
Or apply to MlhEd & HAVLKY,
00 lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and 01) Hotel street,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box 1H0, liell Telephone No.
310 .Mutual Telephone No. I'Jl.
The following dispatch wag
ccived to-day at the olllco of
the James Lick Ti ust in this City:
Boston, Mass., Oct. 18, 1880.
Objective and celts arc ready for
delivery. Plcaso send expert.
Alvas Clank & Son.
This indicates that after nineteen
preceding attempts Alvan Clark &
Son have succeeded in manufactur
ing an objective glass which is ac
ceptable to them. It is live years
since the work of manufacturing tho
glass was begun. The contract
price wns 651,000. The glass Is tlio
largest of its kind in the world. It
is thiity-six inches in diameter in
the clear and onu inch under the
edge all around. Prof. Ncwcomb
of the Naval Observatory at "Wash
ington has been selected as the ex
pert to view the glass and report
whether it is perfect. Work is pro
gressing on the tube on Mount
Hamilton .at the observatory, but
the glass, if accepted, will not be
taken there until next spring. S.
QWEET COPORAL and Pot Clipr.
O tiles utM'.Carihy'H 78
IF YOU wish to obtain real good Ice
Cieain in Honolulu, obicivo the fol
Where? At No. 85 Hotel Street, ntar
Who? The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
II. .7. Hart, nroprictnr.
How? By Telephone 51utual, 338,
Bell, 182. 73
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art stoic. 75 Gt.
Du. Flint's IIkart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices mid
nets at the Et, in:.
73 ICE CREAM or the I'urestandBicli
est quality fiom one quart to any
quantity upwards mo delhcrid packed
in icej trom It o'clock a.m. to B o'clock
I M , fieo of charge lo any pan in Hono.
lulu nnd suburbs by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bukriy.
5.00 ONLY is the price charged
ior Two Gull'ins of any llavored
rich nnd always fresh imnle Sti'iim Ice
Urcam, guniaii't'eil to tie alisotuteiy pure
ornopiy at the Pioneer Steam Catidy
Factoiy, Bjkeiy and lee Cream Rooms.
Practical Confectioner and Orna
meuter, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nuuanu
Ml. Hawaiian and Bell Telephones,
No. 74. . 4U tf
SINCE 1 left the East! Never tasted
belter Cakes! as at the Elite.
There j ou w ill a'wajvj llnil a great varie
ty of Ka cy, Plain, Fruit, Jelly, Pound
and many oilier kinds of Cakes. Wed
ding and Bridal Cakes made to order.
EVERYBODY says the imported
Candies ut the Elite aie yuin-ynin.
Uo and trv bcma! 73
A COTTAGE, within easy dlstanco of
Post Ollleo S.iy, six rooms.
Furnished or uufurnUheU.
CO W. C PEACOCK.
BY .11 US HAND AND WIFE, (P). NO
children, employment in a private
family, thu former ior general garden
work and care of horses; and tlio latter
for general house work, washing and
hewing a specialty. Onu or both are
willing to make themsehes irenerally
useful. Addiess J. M. VIVAS.
74 2w Kiiliuinnuu St.
SHIP'S DAVITS WANTED.
ONE PA III SHIP'S DAVITS, 4 in.
in diameter, and H lo 15 feet long.
Apply on board tileani Schooner "Sur
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 188. 70 lw
8o. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
mai)ii of Ihn latent designs.
II. HACKFELD & Co.
Ofllco 42 Merchant St., Honolulu,
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
ItlllH niul JtenlM Collected,
Ileal I'.Htntn lloucht mid Mold,
All matters entrusted lo mo will receive
piompl attention, and returns
Now Photograph Kooiiib.
OVEH Nlcliol's More, Fort street,
nest the Shooting Gallery, Pic
lures, Portraits and Views. First-class
woik. Sutisfactlou guurunteed.
20 ly J. A. QONBALVES.
To bo held in honor of tlui
of His Majesty the King's Birthday.
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand Reception and Honkunu, from
10 to 4 o'clock, and In thu evening Fire
Works and Honolulu Fire Dipirtinent
Wednesday, November 17tli.
Reguttn, from !) o'clock, a. m.
Thursday, November 18th.
Historicul Proceision fiom U o'clock
Baseball Touiuinicnt, from 1 o'clock
Tableaux, from 7 o'clock
Friday, November 19th.
Grand Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd.
Saturday, November 27th.
Tuesday, November 30th.
State Dinner, C9tf
Mer-Mai S. I. Co.,
Tlie J3est DRonte
to tho World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new aud staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu al 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, Novunber 17th.
The Bteamer astc along the entire
coabt of the leeward side of Hawdl, af.
fording touribts a pnnotnmii of chnrm.
iug scenery, nnd will stop nt Keulake.
kua Bay, where biilllcient time is allow,
cd to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by ihia route reach Punaluu
nt C o'clock on the day nfter leaving
Ilnnolulu, being only ono night on ilie
vessel, making the entire passage iu
smooth water. At Punaluu tiieie is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will he conveyed
by railroad to Pahala, thence hy btago
coach to Half. way House, where horses
and guiucs will lie in attendance to con
vey them to the Voh'uuo.
Tourists will havo two nights and one
whole day ut tho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which,
includes all czpentei.
Apply to IIAHKY AHMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort Btnet, or at the ofllco of the 1. 1 B.
N. Co., Esplanade. f JTiO Cm
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parlies is prepared nt
short notice to do ail Washing in n Su
perior Manner. Acomilerablo
It, DE ITJO T XO IV
has been mndo from tho scale
former rates?, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor the EHtnbllshmcnt
with a trial. HO
Crystal Soda forts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
LeinonUfc'olii, Li unmade t-'aruiparilla
Fruit Syiups and E so ire 5 mil
inadcfrm the pure Apple, all of which
we guarauleu lo be the licit.
tQr We also invito parties Intending
starling stores lor (he side of iced
drinks and wUhing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soda Worts,
P.O. Ilox 1)97, Hounlnlu.
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 time Islands and which we will telljal tlio following
1C0 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per suit..
Men's Fine Business Suits,
" " All Wool ' Extravalue,pirsuit U 00
" Ex Fine Black Dress " " " ' " 18 00
' Working Pants, per pair 100
Also an Ex'ra Fine Line of Men's nnd Boyi.'
rJ?lio ClioupoHt nnd BcNt iii tlio Market.
100 Dozen Unlnundried Shirts, ptr piece
103 " Men's Fiue Undershirts, per piece
100 " " " V Idle Dress Shirts, per pl( co 1
100 " " All Wool Working Shirls," " 1
50 " " Straw Hats, per pitce
7r .1 1)apc .1 it .1 u
4 tl WJ a ..............
We arc confident that the: e prices will satisfy the most exacting.
We only ndvertido what wo mean !
Any nnHntifuctory article may be returned and tho money
will he chccrlnlly refunded.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KEOE1VED, THE FJNEST LINES OP
Cnstom-mafle Mm, M1 FdMsMdi GooOs,
HATP, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Luteal Stylet) and Novelties in Noclrwaro.
by rcptated and s eciul rjcuest, a tinull ino'.co of tho finest liand.rr.ade,
The White House,
Honolulu, H. I.
Prlvntc Family Hotel; Terms lteasou.
able; First-class Accommodations.
M. W. BANDERS, Proprietor.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel Bt. -mt&" Telephone 74
Sold at Cost!
- OppoBito Irwin & Co's
to the front i
$ 2 fO upwards.
per suit 6 00
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
the Eastern maikels.
WENNER & CO.:
NO. 03 FOBT 8THEET.
Constantly on hand a large assortment
of every deserlptlonof Jewelry, Watchet,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware. 4c.
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Honth.
28Dhy1EL LOGAN, Pxopiletor. ly