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OlugnUs 8 attain.
f MONDAY, NOV. 22. 1880.-
Ipiwihiii iiiiiii ip nMmmw m m
llktnc Kllkllnt from Paget Sound
S S Australm from tlio Colonics
Stinr Likelike from Knlittlul
Stinr Iwulniil from Kmml
Stinr l.ohua from Hainaktia
Slmr 0 H Hlshop for Walanae Wulalnu,
Kilauea and Haualul nt 10 u in
Stinr Kllmtea lion for llnniiikimntc pin
Stinr Stir rNe for Kunn nt noon
Sehr Hiiloiiknla for Pepcekeo
Sehr ICiiwailatil for Koolan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
8 S Zealandia for San Francisco nt
URtno.J D Spreckels for Sim ! runelceo
Stinr Klnmi for the Volcano anil way
ports nt -1 p in
Stinr Likelike for Knbnlnt nt 5 p in
Stinr lwalanl for Kauai nt " p m
From Maul, per steamer Likelike,
November 21 lion .1 W Knlitn, T K
Clarke, Geo Kos, 3lr Alo, Mr Gownn,
Jllss Alexander, Master K Uakcr, F G
Corrcn, Yee Wo Cliau W do Costa, 1
prisoner and 45 deck.
From Kauai, per steamer lwalntil,
November 21 O Seholtz, J F llaek
feld, It V T Purvis, E llopke, L Turner
and 24 deck.
From the Colonies for Honolulu, per
S S Australia, November 21 Mr and
Mrs Brown and son, and two in the
steerage, and OS in transit for San Fran
cisco. For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
November 21 Hon S 11 Dole. V Knud
scn. wife nnd children, .1 Hind, MUs
O K Hind, II II Kenton. Mrs Fantoin,
Miss Fantoin and ".I! steerage.
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmt- Lchua 1,000 bags of sugar.
Stinr lwalanl 10 hides and 4 head of
Tho schooner .T. B. Leeds sails from
Kaludul next Wednesday for San Fran
cisco. The schooner Bosario, Captain C.
Christiansen, arrived ut Kalmlui, Maul,
Fiiday, November 10th, from San
Francisco, with a full cargo of general
The bark F. S. Thomson was towed
out of Kahuhii last Thursday, by the
steamer Likelike, for Paget Sound.
The Jiarkantinc Kllkitat, i utlcr, ar
rived yesterday, 18 days from Pugct
Sound, with 430,188 feet of rough and
194,383 feet of dressed lumber, besides
40,000 laths and 0 boxes of apples to
Hackfeld & Co.
vesseTs in port.
R'S Zcalandia, Oterendorf
Bk O O Whitmore. Thompson
Ger bark Pacific, Oltinan
Brit bk W II Watson,
Brit bk Iron Crag, Jones
Brit bk E J Spenee,-.T II Gill
"Bktno Kllkitat, Cutler
Bktuo G C Perkins, Ackcrinun
Bktue Discovery, Lee
Bktno Marv Winkelman, Backers
Igtuo J D Spreckels, Frlis
Haw schr General Seigel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
German bark Hercules, Schaefer,
sailed from Liverpool, October 0th, due
Am bktno Amelia, Win Newhall, from
from Port Towuseud, W T, due Novem
Am bark Forest Queen, J C M Wind
ing, from Sau Francisco, due November
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Francisco, due at Hllo, Ha
waii, November 24-30.
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovell,
from Fanning's Islard, due- -December
Haw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Manihiki, via Fanning's Island,
due. December 10-31.
Am bark Edward Kidder, from Port
land, Oregon, en route to Hongkong,
due November 12-10.
American bark Saranae, from New
York, sailedJuly 13th, duo here Nov. 18
JiO, to Castle & Cooke'.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, duo here Octobci
20th-Nov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, FM Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
' Brit bark Glengaber, Rollcston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 10-31, to
Davies & Co.
Bill baric Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 9, due lore Jan 10-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lnmpsoii, Marston,
from the Colonics, due hero In Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec 10th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bk J II Bowers, now duo from
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Kauai cano is tasseling.
Rifles drill this
Tm: sailing of tho steamer Kinau
is postponed until to-morrow at 4
Tin: police court record, this morn
ing, is of a purely cold water charac
ter. . .
Tm: great Jubilee luau is down on
the programme for to-morrow after
noon, Fiitv gallons of ice-cream have
been ordered from tho Elite for tho
luau at tho palace to-morrow.
Boxns of curios will ho shipped to
San Francisco by tho Zealandia, for
Christmas piesents to friends abioad.
Among the intraiisit passenger by
tho Australia yesterday was Mr.
Powell, British Consul ut Samoa, on
his way to England,
. . .
Mish, Maggie Mooro the actress
who has been in Australia for tho
past Bovon years and who manicd
Mr. Williamson a noted theatrical
manager, was a through passenger
by the Australia yesterday, on a vibit
to her mother in tho States.
Jin. Gonznlvcs took about a dozen
(Hilorcnt photographic views of Iho
procession on Saturday last.
Tin: steamer W. G. Hall is duo
hero from Hawaii, and Muni, on
Thursday morning next.
Mn. It. N. Webster, head freight
clerk of the 1. I. .S, N. Co., is trying
to sell a $10,000 iinipeiini.
Mil. Fred WHlielni, formerly purser
ot the l'lautcr and now Kauai agent
for the 1. 1. S. N. Co., will bo niairied
next Thursday, to Mrs 1. Richmond,
of Waiinea, Kauni.
Mil. Staynor's littlo !l year old boy
was kicked on the forehead, by Hon,
J. A. Cummins horse, during the
procession on Saturday. Dr. Trous
seau diessed tho wound.
Tun Maclle-llitson wedding will
take place to-morrow at tho English
Church. Thu bridal couple will leave
for Kilauea, Kauai, in tho afternoon,
by the steamer Iwnlani.
Tnu purser of the S. S. Australia
reports having received tho North
east trades south of tho line, and
being dead ahead slightly retarded
the progress of the steamer.
Tin: steamship Australia arrived
from New Zealand shoitly after noon
yesterday, and sailed for San Fran
cisco between 9 ank? 10 o'clock last
Tm: "Alta California" of Oct. 31st
represents J. D. Spreckels as saying
that it was the intention of thu Ha
waiian Government "to float tho
bonds in England, and the payment
is secured by a mortgage on the
A letter by the Australia yester
day from u gentleman in Samoa, who
was formerly a resident of the Ha
waiian Islands, says that the Ger
man sloop of war Albatros, and an
Knglisli steam yacht, with Lord
Dudley on board, weio tlieic when
the Austral'a passed. Things in
general weie very quiet in Samoa.
The writer of the letter is anxious to
know who is to bo sent, as Envoy
Extraordinary from the kingdom ol
Hawaii to the kingdom of Samoa.
MR. LOCKE RICHARDSON.
Mr. Locke Iiichard&on appears to
have been well received in Mel
bourne, Australia, and tb have made
his mark there. One of the leading
daily papers has a long notice in
which Mr. Richardson is spoken of
in the most eulogistic tei ms. Mel
bourne Punch has a caricature,
with the elocutionist's features capi
tally portrayed, and representing
him as completely routing the expo
nents of melodrama and opera
PASSENGERS PEE ZEALANDIA,
The S. S. Zealandia sails to
morrow at noon, for Sau Francisco,
taking the following passengers : Z.
S. Spaulding, Hon. S. G. Wilder,
wife, daughter and servant, Miss
Mary Alexander, L. Cabot, Mrs.
Ashford and son, II. W. Severance,
Hon. J. A. Cummins, Mrs. Mirsh
berg, Miss Ida Mirshberg, May
Cummins, Miss J. C. Brodie, Capt.
G. F: Smith, Mr. Culland, Gen. W.
II. Dimond, Mr. W. MeChesncy
and grandson, E. W. Iloldsworth,
Mrs. E. Kaplan, and Mrs. M. C.
Our reports of the legislative pro
ceedings of the session of 188(5 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 the
work during its progress through
the press. These reports are im
partial and entirely free from any
partisan bias. Tho book is on sale
at Mr. Sopor's (formerly Oat. &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bulletin Olllce. The price
CHANGES AMONG CAPTAINS.
Captain King has been appointed
General Superintendent of the
"Wildcn'stcnmsliip company. Captain
King makes his last trip on the
steamer Kinau this week, and on
his return next Sunday, will assume
thu Supcrinlcndcntship, and remain
ashore. Captain Lorenzen, of the
steamer Likelike, will take command
of tho Kinau on her next trip.
Captain Davis, of the steamer Lehua,
takes command of the Likelike to
day, and Captain T. K. Clark,
formerly i sugar planter at Kipaliu
Ia, has taken charge of the Lehua.
At about C : 10 last night an alarm
of lire was sounded, nnd notwith
standing tho inclemency of the
weather and the frightful condition
of the streets, people turned out in
full force. The fire was in a small
house just beyond tho ilrst bridge
on Nuuanu avenue. It is owned by
Mr. Jas. Campbell, and was occu
pied by Mr. and Mrs. McMillan and
a lodger. The fire companies
answered the alarm with all possible
haste, but the roads being slippery,
progress wag slow. Engine Co. No.
I, being nearest to tho firo, was
making good its chance to bo there
first, when tho boys of l,ngino t-o.
No, 2, with their hose came tearing
along, and wero tho first to get
water on. No. 4 soon got to work,
also the Pacitlo Hose Co. Tho Hook
aud Ladder Co. aud Engine Co. No.
T weather "fjii kiuiiu Is
the snmo a;? it is in Honolulu.
2 wero fiulcklr on tho f wot. Tho
lire Blurted In a back bctl'ioom, prn
hably by a lain exploding. Air.
and Mrs. McMillan had gone out to
visit frieiids, and had left a latnp
burning In thu room. Tho lodger
was also out. Mr. Itobcrt French,
who lives m back of tho McMillans,
was about tho llrsl to discover tho
lire, and after several futllu attempts
to give tho alarm through tho tele
phone, he gave it up in disgust. Mr.
and Mrs. Garden, who live in the
house just this side of the McMillans,
wero among tin lir.-t to discover the
fire. Mrs. Garden hoard a crackling
noise and remarked to her husband
that it sounded like wood burning.
Mr. Garden said it was the rain, but
on getting a whiff of smoke and
seeing the reflection of the blaze
through the window, immediately
went out. IIo got a garden hose at
tached to the faucet, but on bursting
open the back door he was forced to
retreat from the flames. Messrs.
Abies, Wagner, Cardcn and others
managed to effect an entrance and
carry out all available property.
Tho (ho crept from ono room to
another nnd had burnt all but half
tho parlor, before it was put out. It
also burnt a hole in the roof and
had it not been for tho rain the
house would have been totally des
troyed. As it is, the house is about
ruined, and the furniture that was
not burnt was considerably damaged
in other ways.
The house was insured for S2,500
in the Imperial Insurance of Lon
don ; tho furniture for 81,'I00 in tho
Prussian National Ins. Co. The
latter was divided into two parts,
S 1,000 on McMillan's furniture and
400 on Mr Ordcrkirk's, the lodger.
CHANCE OF STEAMER TIME,
The New Zealand Herald of the
8th instant contains the following
announcement of change in tho time
of departure of the Mail Steamers
from Auckland :
Commencing with the despatch of
the next month's San Francisco
mail, the steamer will leave Auck
land a day earlier than now on
Monday instead of Tuesday. Cor
icspondingly, mails will also close a
day sooner than present dates at all
other places. The change will enable
homeward mails being foi wauled from
New York by the Saturday fast boat
for Qucenstown, and delivered in
London three or four days 'earlier
than is now the case
A mere accident, on Queen street,
Saturday, added much foice to the
illustration of the past and piescnt,
intended to be given in the so-called
historical procession of the day.
After the war canoes of Kanieha
nichn the conqueror, tame a wagon,
containing 20 cases of green gin and
tierce of rum. This brand of
gin has now the name of "Election
Gin" because of its use and in
fluence in the last Election. Truly this
merely accidental falling in of the
wagon load of gin, marks the pres
ent only too forcibly.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
TUB MAUltAS CASK.
. Satuiiday, Nov. 20lh.
Before McCully, J. The Court
heard a motion by plaintiffs in the
case of John Chapman and others
vs. the Hawaiian. Government, for
the issuance of a commission to take
the deposition of a witness in a for
eign country. This action is better
known as the steamship Madras dam
age case, which is on for trial at the
next January term of tho Supreme
Court. It was ordered that tho
clerk of the Court issue a commis
sion to Herbert Garrett Janion, of
Manchester, England, to take the
deposition of John Chapman of the
same place. This makes the second
commission issued to the same
gentleman, and is issued on account
of some defect in tho answers to the
first interrogations propounded.
Commission issued accordingly, ,to
be sent by the first outgoing mail.
Hon. S. B. Dole for plaintiff, m.
A. Wliitlne for the Hawaiian Gov
a siouthaoi: cask.
Before Judd, C. J. John D.
Spreckels and Brothers vs. Geo. V.
Macfarlane. This cause was filed
in the clerk's ollieo at 2 o'clock i.
sr., and is a bill in equity praying
for foreclosure of a mortgage ami
interest, amounting in the aggregate
to the some of 17,077.77. As
usual in such cases an injunction
was issued enjoining the defendant
from disposing of the property enu
merated in the plaintiff's mortgage
until the further order of Court. The
Court appointed Tuesday thu 7th
day of December next ns the return
day nnd endorsed Its allowance to
the issuance of the usual wilts. At
12 minutes before three the Marshal
in person served upon tho defendant
copies of tho complaint, summons
and injunction. Messrs. F. M.
Hatch and John T. Dare appeared
MbXDAY, Nov. 22.
Before Judd, C. J. In re cslato
of Alina (Cb.) deceased, an appli
cation for proof of will. Pitilial
hoarine, and contitrucd for further
evidence. J. A. Magoon, for ap
plicant. POLICE COURT.
Monday, Nov. 22nd.
Ah Lan, escaping from prison
gang, Nuuanu Valley, 1 costs and
one month added to former sentence.
Kcaloha and Kawika, deseiting
contract service, P. N. Co., one
settled out of court, tho other order
ed to return to his employer.
West, dow & co. i.w re.
culvid rx Zial ndia. a ln-j.i s''ckif
furniture, "pic me in uidhiflv, Kir.
frame?; mti.lo g.twl . f wey g,od , ami
toy?, which will Ii3 ready tor stir in a
few dnyi. ' CUOt
TELEPHONE for Ice Hrcnml
X M.itudC-.aiS", llell Co, 132. S3
UeNut (lie Hun;.
Dn. 1'mnt's Hr.AiiT Ksmudy is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiptho book
Willi cmu.v bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Agents. U54
5.00 ONLY is the piieJ charged
lor Tw.i (1 ilb ns of nnv lhvcrod
rich and always fresli invlo Strain lee
Crciini, i'uaiaiiiccil to be ahsoliiulv pure
ornnpiyiit t lie l'lonui-r Sveam Cindy
Factoiy, Jiiikeiy atid lee ('ii'iim Kuiiiih.
Practiral ConiV.uiioiiei und O na.
mentcr, Hotel HI., Bjt. Fort it N'inmim
Mi. Hawaiian and Boll 'Jclui'hbnis,
No. 7-1. -19 tf
CANDIES I Imported, ilni.d
sweet, you'll llnd at the Er.rrii. 83
ICE CREAM of iho l urel and ltlnli
el quality fioiu oiii quail to mi)
quantity i.mr.uds mu dclivcml packed
in ice, from It o'clock a.m. to (I o'clock
i- St., free of ehnrye to any part in Hono
lulu and Hiburbs by the Pioneer Sieani
Candy Factory and Bakeiy.
CH RISTM AS and New Year C.lrds,
all lieu mm of the veiy lati'st de
signp, having been carefully selected by
our Mr. T. "J. King, vho lias 'jtit ie
lunieil from the Uoi.st. Call nirly at
King Bros." An Store. 50
CAKES! Fancy, plain and orna
nu nliil of every di sui ip.tin'n always
on hand at lite Kuti:, on Hotel Si. SD
DID you ever? No, I never tasted
l.elter Ice Crrani l ban at ihuKi.lTi: I
Tlieii Icii Crnni is really delicious, atul
Mich n nice coyy place they have! 85
l'ATiioxi7.i; Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. V. Ilingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Voiks, where he is prepared to fill nil
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale piicct. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no licciiFC is leqtiired" to
sell these cigais. Do not forget the
name J. V. Ilingley, nor the place
Crvstal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
ALAKEA & KING STHEET
and s:-c he
He h.is for n lr ihuiip, hefoie purchrs
71 ing c.Luw liere.
Honolulu Stein Laily
llnving r.o.v pus-ed into tho hands
of responsill panics is pn pared at
tho il notice to do all Washing In a Su
perior Manner. A con ileinblo
has been niidj frnm t'n scale
former rale, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor tho Establishment
wtli a trial. CO
II. 11AOKF32LD & Co.
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Luiot fo!.i, Lemonade b'aitu;'iuill.i
F u t !ii! mid K s -iirtw and
nifti'o fr'iiu ttio jm o 'p.'o, ill of which
wo giiuinnteii b ije i.iu lo-t.
(8yVi!id o Invito i nrtti'H intending
ftaniig (.hue. lor the ndu of iced
drinlis and uMilnj,' Iriiutilii f-iipplio.,
to;oall on us 1 efore going elm-whete.
The Crystal Soto Works,
P.O. I5ox 337, Honolulu.
Jr" ws KryTV
63 and S
Per Steamer Zealandia, a largo assortment of
"Which will be sold at MANUFACTURERS' COST.
UnSr "We call special attention
Gloves, Mitts, and over
signs in Ladies'
Boy's and Children's Clothing
'Remember, our Entire Stock must bo closed out by
January 1st, 1887,
Ami the Greatest Bargains ever offered at the
Temple ol" Fashion.
Hob. G3 & 65 Fort Street, - -
CQStom-meQG Cloiliin, Gents EomsMi Goods,
IIA'IS, CAPS, ErC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Keclcware.
Also, by icpentcd and siiccial request, a finnll imolec of the finest hand.madc,
Obtainable in the
Oail i uctmaker
So. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticks,
Slnde of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
uindu ot thu latest designs.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Peed Store,
07 and (!9 Hotel hlreet,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box 180, Hell Telephone No.
' 31fl Mutual Telephone No. 1Q4.
The White House,
No. 118 'Niiutimi fcStreut,
Iljuoiiilii, JI. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terius Hciihoii.
able; FliM-cbibR Accommodation.
M. W. PANDKHS. Proprietor,
STEM! CAM FACTORY
AM) 1 IA.1C-I3UY.
F. 1IOKN, Practical Confectioner,
Pa try Cook ami Halter.
11 Hotel St. -XaraiST Teleihnuo7-l
WSMER & CO.
no. jyoit'r H'ritjnJi'r.
Oonctiinll) on hand a hirpe nsswlmcnt
of cverv den rlpll- n of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold nitil Silver IMmH Wine. !u
Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty CuiiIh u Month.
S!8DAMKL LOGAN, Propiletor. ly
FASHION ! !
to our stock of Ladies' Silk
100 dozen of "the latest de-
for the Holidays.
- Opposite Irwin & Co's
r j iji T) fi
FINEST LINES OF
Mer-IsM S. I Co.
to the World Renowned ' '
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and t-taunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
Tho stenmer passes along the entire
coast of ihe leeward side of Huwnll, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and. will stop at Keulxke.
kiia Day, where uiifilcient time is allow
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punalnu
nt 0 o'clock on tho day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, .making the entire pagsago in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists i 111 be conveyed
ly railroad to I'aliala, thence by stage
i ouch to Half. way Houeo, where horses
nnd guides will be In attendance to con
vey them to the Volrnno.
Tonrihts will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $60, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIARKY. AUM1TAGE,
Agent, atJWilliamH' Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or ut the ofllco of the I, I, B.
N. Co,, Eiplanndc. 370 Cm
Office 42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estato Atjont.
ItlllM nml IleutH Collected,
Ileal K.Htnlc liouicht nnd Hold,
All mutters entrusted to mo will receive
pioinpl attention, and returns
Now Pliotogrupli Ilooms.
VVBK Nlchol'fl Horo, Fort strict,
V-V next mo biioottng uunery,
l'oi traits and Views. First olats
J. A. UONBALYKS.
mm & co.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
Juat received ex Zealandia, a splen
did assortment of
Specially suitable, for thu prcient
Bcnaon, such as nil kinds of
Millinery Goods New Styles
Gent's Underwear Now Styles,
Children's Drosses, eta,
And every class of
Ladies' Dress Goods
Liulies are particularly requested to
call and cxnmine Ihcso goods before
88 at Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
E. O PCnUMAN.
Seo'y fc Trcas.
Iron, Cumberland Coal, Hard
: And nil kinds of :
Carriage and Wagon Materials.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a few more
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left at Ofllcc, with N. F. Bur
gess, 84 King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. COly
S. M. CARTER,
on hand for 'Hie, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal, -Charcoal.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split
Order nre hereby solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within the
No. 8 KING STREET.
Both Telephones, 1S7. 64
Tho Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep ctlastnutly on hand for sale
Steam FrilUy and Blacksmith Coal
andj llaeral assortment of
415 I far Iron. iyi
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4rfi'- iJ -' MrMM'mWkiii: