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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1. 1880.
Am bk Xoiiciiluin CO day, from New
castle, N S W
Sclir Kaulkcaotill (or Kohnlu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Kulomnnu for ICohala
Tor Kuunl. per steamer Iwnlnut, Nov.
HOth Hev Aliipnl mid famllv, A E II
Swift, Aug Dtelcr and family, O W
bplt, W It Lawicnco wife mid child.
Aahfoid Spencer, Mrs J II Smith, mm
Tor Mnttl mid Hawaii, per steamer
Klnan, Nov. SOlli Major the lion S
l'aiker, Jlivjor V II Lumalielhel, Major
W 11 Cornwall. A Hpi-cokcls, Jlcv Wll
Harnc. 11 llaldwln, Miss Lllo Cock
ett. A Uarber, Mis M King, U 1, Wight
uml family, Mis J Allan, mid ubout
The Bchooncr Jennie Walker loeelved
her new main mast this afternoon.
The Mnrv Wlnkelman Is "docked at
tho Fish Market.
The sides of the schooner llmniuonla
mo now in flrt class condition.
The bmk Thcolald is taking In bal
last. Sho will sail for 1'nget Sound
Tho bark Xonentum an 1 veil yester
day, fiO days fiom Newcastle, with coal
The bark J. II. Poweis, which ar
rived yesterday, CO days from Hong
kong, brotigh 25 Chinee passengeis.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Forest Quccti, Winding
Ger bark Pacific, Oltuimi
Hi it bk W II Watson, Lawrence
Bktne Kllkitat, Cutler
Uktuo & C Teikins, Aekonnan
Bktne Mary Winkelnian, Backers
Jlaw sclir General Solgel, from French
Filgate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Ger bark Ilydr.i, from Hongkong, due
German b.irk Hercules, Scbncfer,
sailed from Liverpool, October 9th, due
February 20 28.
Am bktne Amelia, Win Nowhall, from
from Port Tow usend, Wr T, due Novem
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Francisco, due at llifo, Ha
waii, November 21-30.
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovell,
from Fanning' Island, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, .T B Holland,
from Manihiki, via Tanning's Island,
due December 15-31.
Amciieaii bark Saranae, from New
Voik, sailedJuly 13th, duohereXov. 18
80, to Castle & Cooke.
Am bk Maltha DsnU, F M Bonon,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Britb.uk Glcngaber, Kolleston, fiom
Lherpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Biit bark Maltha. Fisher, fiom Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, duo leie Jan 15-30,
to Sehaefer As Co.
Brit b.irk Lady Lampson, Mnrstou,
from the Colonies, due heie in Feb, to
Brewer is Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Old Corner premises arc again
Tun usual set vices at the Churches
The wind blow lieicely last niglit.
iind decapitated many frail flowers.
The Y. M. C. A. boys meet on
Thursday afternoon, at the Y. M. C.
Two native divcis collected eight
hags of good coal ofl' tho O. S. S.
Mit. John Thomas Watcihoiiso,
wlio lins been seriously ill of late, is
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Honolulu Kiflcs will bo held this
evening, at their nimory.
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The editor of "Le llcvolte," a Paris
journal, 1ms our thanks for n file of
his inteiesting publication.
A BUTTEU and a small black and
tan dog entered into a blood-thirsty
fight in tho Beaver saloon, this
. o .
Workmen are dealing out the
atones from tho new Anglican Cathe
dral in order to propaie it for servico
on Christmas Day.
A cakoo of redwood posts and rail
road hacks vont to Kilauea, Kauai,
on tho schooner Kaulilua, this after
noon, for a new railroad.
Cavtain Howe, foiniorly master of
the baihentiuo Ella, has entered into
the cattle business, at San Francisco,
lie is buying beef for tho markets.
The Amoiicaii ensign is displayed
ut half mast out of icspect to tho
memory of tho Into Chester A. Ar
thur, ox-1'iCHidont of tho United
Da, Emorson lius solved tho niys
leiy of his lost onlf,- It was tlikou
through mistake. No blanio whut
.ever attaches to tho expressman who
The Hawaiian Hell Telephono
Company has i educed tho rates to
countiy subscribers to $5 per month,
tho new rates to take eH'oet from and
after January 1st, 1887
Mit. C. II. Judd, with a wagon load
of valises, tiunky, bedsteads, tables,
hay, and other tiuck, followed by a
on avail of cow hoys and horses,
ataited for the countiy this nioining.
Hon. Clms. 11. Bishop's well on
Emma street is, suys n gentleman in
the bunk, like tjio gambling ganio of
diaw poker; you chip and draw. Mr.
Bishop lias been chipping and draw
ing for some time, to the depth of
soveiul hundred feet, yet ho has not
111 I JIUKtJaWWfl3W)WgWgltncJ
Mr. Bolto requests that nil no
counts ngainst the Jubilee Birthday
Committee, bo sent in to hiin nt
The Board of Education, by its
Secietary, announces tho. lcgnlar
Christmas vacation of all public
schools in tho kingdom to begin
Dec. 15th instant, and end .Intimity
The Popular Millinciy House of
Mr. N, S. Sachs is pieparlug for
Cliristnms, by getting in leadiness a
variety of goods suitable for pre
sents, which will shortly bo opened
The Sisters of St. Andtow's 1'iiory
will hold a fancy fair next Satutday,
between tho liouis of 10 a. si. anil'C
l'. M. Tho piocceds of the articles
sold will bo for tho benefit of St. An
diow's Cathcdial building fund. .
Fiiom an advertisement in another
column, it would appear that tbe
firm of Swift, Giulin it Co. have dis
solved partneiship as planters to tho
Kilauea Sugar Co. Mr. Swift will
continue tho husiucs's on his own
The Bulletin is indebted to tho
"Heiald" for a" copy of "Smith's
Planetaiv Almanac and Weather
Guide," for 1887. This is u Montreal,
Canada, publication, and contains a
large amount of information relating
to the weather and lunar iulluence
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union meet at 2:110 o'clock,
Thursday, in tho parlors of the Y.
M. C. A. Hall. Tho public annual
meeting of tho society will bo hold
on tho evening of tho same day, in
tho Y. M. C. A. Hall. The friends of
the society and tho public gcneially
are invited to attend.
Kev. A. Duncan, a clergyman of
the English Episcopal Church, who
came to these islands from Austialia
a few months ago, and shoitly after
arrival became incumbent of the
Anglican church at Lahaina, io
turned to Australia by the Mariposa,
yesterday, our "climnto not agreeing
with his health.
A society might bo orgnni.ed to
piovent youngsters shooting at birds,
because tho temptation to exagger
ate afforded by the privilege is loo
strong for them to resist. The paity
referred to ycstciday as having
bagged 52 ducks and 3!) plovers, got
an immense distance beyond the
In accoulanco with tho recom
mendation of the Archbishop of
Canterbury and York, that the inter
cession for missions should take
place on the eve of St. Andrew's day,
or in tho week in which St. Andrew's
day falls, there will bo a celebration
of Holy Communion at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, on Thursday (to-monow),
Dec. 2, at 0:30 a. m.
The Daily Bullehn Bi-monthly
biimmury is just issued. This number
contains full reports of the Jubilee
Festivities, with the usual editorial
and news matter. Tho Thanksgiving
Day sermons also appear. This sum
mary, to those who procure it, will
supply all needed information to
foieign coircsxiondcnts of the doings
of this kingdom dining the past two
weeks, and will lie no small saving
of time, labor, stationery and post
ago. Single copies ten cents. Per
annum, to suhsciibeis in the islands,
two dollais. Mailed to any foreign
address in tho postal union, post
paid, at $2.50 per annum.
The Decorating Committee of the
W. C. T. U. kindly request that
any persons who desire to contri
bute ilowcrs or greens for the public
meeting to-morrow evening, will
please leave them at tho Y. M. C. A.
jlall before 10 o'clock to-morrow
An English lady who stayed a
couple or three weeks on these
islands, on si tour around the world,
a few months ago, writes from
Liverpool to a. friend in Honolulu,
thus: "Everybody here is deeply
interested in my visit to the Ha
waiian Islands. They never tiro
hearing of all Its pretty customs and
curiosities. The little box you gave
me is constantly brought out for in
spection, and 1 am asked no end of
funny questions about you all. My
visit to your country is one of the
pleasantest recollections of my
WHO IS CAPTAIN MARGHANT?
Who is Cleveland? Who is Glad
stone? Who is the Pi ime Minister
of the Hawaiian Kingdom? are ques
tions that may bo heard any day.
But nobody asks, Who is Captain
Marehaiit?'because everybody knows
who ho is j that ho is an old salt who
iloated on the "wild waves" until he
becamo water-logged with sea yarns,
and to nvoid sinking hauled lip on
to dry laud ; and thnt for several
years past ho 1ms been nnchoi ed at
No. 74, Fort street, where ho has
deliveied tho most startling marine
oratory, vended the most fragrant
cigars, anil givon away the most
fantastic pipes that ever alarmed the
car, tickled the nose, or disfigured
tho mouth of mortal man.- Tills is
what Captain Marchant is, and docs,
as everybody knows.
But the Captain has lately gone
off on another tack, which Is not yet
generally known. He has imported,
direct from England, a new sensa
tion, that will astonish the fishes of
the sen, and cause tho sharks to lift
their eais with amazement. Many
novelties of a smoker's rig combine
to constitute tho sensation, but tho
most alarming part of the series is
two luigo inccrscliauin ilgnre-Ucads,
cnllcd pipes, one Id tho likeness of n
Hon and the other resembling n dog,
with amber stems fit for the mouth
of a king. Just go and lmvon squint
at them, and the Cnptain will relate
to you ono of the most wonderful
tales you ever heard.
Editou Hl'i.i.uiix: Can one re
fuse to pay taxes when the Govern
ment owes him a much larger sum
than the taxes amount to?
Will the Government get low bids
for supplies when tho question of
payment Is dubious? or will people
give in bids when the chnuce of
getting paid is so uncertain?
A REMARKABLE MINERAL DEPOSIT.
Mount Mica, Oxford county,
Maine, is perhaps the most remark
ablo mineral deposit in the world.
Probably more tourmalines and the
lithia minerals have been obtained
from Mount Mica than from any
other single locality. The deposit
was first discovered in 1820. In
1825 Prof. Shepard visited tho lo
cality and obtained several hand
some crystals, and later on the ill
fated Prof. Webster conducted some
investigations,' finding some grass
green ciystals and a large red crys
tal of great value. In 1805 the de
posit was supposed to be exhausted,
although the excavation in the ledge
did not exceed fifteen feet square,
nor more than six feet in depth.
Every subsequent excavation has,
however, revealed new pockets con
taining valuable crystals, and the
excavations of this season have been
productive of far better results thnn
any conducted for a number of
So noted has this deposit become
that a short time since one of the
directors of the British Museum
wrote that such a deposit ought not
to be neglected, and urged its
owners to thoroughly examine it
and ascertain its extent. Thus far
the pockets that have been opened
have contained different colored
gems, white, blue, pink and green,
and it is hoped that a deposit of red
crystals may be found before the
ledge is exhausted. The cavaties
opened this year contained dark
grass-green or blue-green ciystals,
one of which measures ten inches in
length by two inches in diameter,
and is transparent in its middle
third. Another crystal is seven
inches long by one inch in diameter.
The largest crystal is believed to be
the largest over found in any coun
try. The cavities in which the
crystals were found were filled witli
mud, cookcite, decomposed feldspar
and crystals of quartz at the bot
tom of which the tourmalines
occurred tying loose or embedded in
the floor of the cavity. Over two
bundled perfect gems will be ob
tained from the tourmalines disco
vered, besides a number of large
crystals will be offered to scicntilic
collections for preservation. A
number of the gems have already
been cut by Fox of New York in the
form of brilliants, and will be placed
on exhibition this week, together
with the largest crystals found and
a collection of pure white beryls of
remarkable brilliancy. Most of the
gems that have already been cut
from tho discovery this year are of a
light grass-green color of great pu
rity, with others of a very rare deep
blue-green tinge. Among these is
one of 12 karats weight and another
of Gi karats, resembling yellow
green chrysobcryl. Two of the
finest gems are of a rich grass-green
hue, weighing between 30 or 40
karats each, which surpass in beauty
and size the two famous green tour
malines in the collections of Prof.
Shepard and Dr. Hamlin. Boston
AFTER TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS' AB
SENCE. A Greenville, Penn., dispatch of
October Cthsays: Mary Elizabeth
Edgar, only child of the late Dr.
Edgar, after twenty-seven years'
absence returned to this place on
Monday to claim the estate left by
her father, who died hi January,
1882. Over a quarter of a century
ago, after a stormy scene with her
father she left home, and though
afterward sought for far and wide
remained hidden. Years ago a citi
zen of Greenville saw her in Dayton,
Ohio, and thither her father sought
her, but she had gone. Then she
was seen in California, and thenco
letters and advertisements were sent,
but to no avail. When she left she
was a beautiful young women of
twenty-two. Now she returns a
gray-haired women of fifty. Ten
years she has lived in Carrollton,
Mo. She was married to a man
named Iloyt, and has a sou. Her
father was a Spiritualist, and left
instructions in Ills will to his exe
cutors that ho would appear to them
to direct his affairs within two years
after death. Naturally they awaited
his coming with fear and trembling,
but lie came not, Then the property,
including a hnjl loft for tho use of
spiritualistic meetings, etc., was
sold, and the money put nt interest,
Advertisements wcio spread far and
wide In all tho States and Territories
offering $500 reward for any infor
mation of the missing daughter.
Even in California papeis they pub
lished the notices of reward.
Claimants appeared in that state
(Colorado) and other places. An
Ohio claimant came personally but
was soon proved an imposter. Mrs.
Iloyt saw tho notico InaMissouii
paper, and came on ut once. Old
citizens recognized her immediately
and she answered all questions satis
i mtnmimytiMtT! rtupliwww i
factorily so far. Sho will take steps
to claim formally the property, which
amounts to between $15,000 and
$20,000. The whole nffair w.otild
form the basis of ti most interesting
novel. Citizens who knew all the
facts in the case and Iter fnthcr's
unavailing search, all supposed her
dead years ago. The distant heirs
had just taken steps to have tho
pioperty legally divided among
A NEW STORY ABOUT THE COMSTOCK.
It is not yet fully decided that the
lower levels of the Coiustock lode
are to be abandoned. In the event
of stopping work on the lower levels
and allowing them to fill with water,
a thoiough exploration will be made
of the ground lying between the
3,100 and the 2,400-foot levels. In
case nothing of value i3 found there,
or on tho working out of anything
that may be found, the water will
be permitted to rise to the 2,400
fooi level, and tho ground between
that and the surface will be sub
jected to a like examination.
This work will require years of
the labor of a great number of a
great number of men for its accom
plishment. The hope of valuable
developments at gi eat depths has In
spired the continuance of costly and
fruitless piospecting. Its abandon
ment will be the death blow of
speculation in those stocks, which
have always been the main hold of
One hope is held out. There is
said to be a project afoot to obtain
Government assistance in sinking a
shaft and testing the lode to a depth
of 5,000 feet, with the view of de
termining the mooted question
whether there is any attainable bot
tom to a true fissure lode or any
point below which it ceases to be
metal bearing. It is a very weak
hope. There are too many if's in the
way if tho Government would act,
if the ledge should prove metal
liferous, if the ore would pay for
extraction at such depths, etc. Only
the most sanguine and inveterate
speculator can draw much comfort
from a comteraplation of these
contingencies. Corr. Denver
The new Agricultural Hall
(Olympia), London, is something
huge, coveiing four acres in extent,
in one span of iron and glass. The
gardens cover eight acres, and the
great hall has an area of two and
one-half acres. It issto be used for
national and international exhibi
tions, agricultuial, horse and cattle
shows, and various other entertain
ments. Tho seating capacity of the
hall is 9,000 persons.
The death is recorded of James
Kennedy, onco manager of George
Stephenson's' work's at Newcastle-on-Tync.
He planned the first thiee
locomotives on the Stockton and
Darlington Railroad in 1825, and
built the Liverpool, the first loco
motive with horizontal cylinders
applied directly to the crank shaft
A dispatch from Washington says :
A gentleman from Indiana makes
the statement that William II. Eng
lish will lead a revolt in that State
against the President and his Ad
ministration, and will be a candidate
for the Senalorship upon that issue.
SETS of Jubilee- l'liotoiriphs, cm.
bmcing all the noiablit scents of
tho fi'MivitiiH, ciin tin obtained at Wll.
limns l'liotnjjrapl 12 Gallery. t(J
TRY McCarthy's "Siaiish Pun"."
5.00 ONLY is tho price charged
(P for Two Gallons of any Havered
nchund always fresh inmlo Steam Ico
Cream, guaranteed to lie, alisoluiclv pure
ornnpiy lit the l'lniieer. Steam Candy
Factory, Unkeiy and Ice Crenni Hoonis.
Practical Confectioner und Orna
mentcr, Hotel St., Bet Fort & Nuuuuu
t-U. Hawaiian und Dull Telephones,
No. 74. 4U tf
TELEPHONE for Ice Cream I
J. Mutual Co. U38; Bell Co. 182. 81
"IAN DIES I Imported, fine and
J sweet, you'll find nt the Ei.iik. 83
TCE CREAM r tho Purest and llich-ci-i
quality fiom one quart to any
quantity i.pW'irds nro ilellxend packed
in ioe, frnm 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
v m., free of clnirpu to any nart in Hono
lulu and Hib'trbs by ho Plo.ieer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
CHRISTMAS and New Year Curds,
al nuw und of thu vciy Intiht de
signs, having been carefully Folcctrd by
0111 Mr. T. .1. KIiik, ho has jtn-t re.
Intro I from tho O rxi. Call inr'v nt
King Hn .' Art Store. SO
"1AKES! Fniiov. Plain and onm-
J mental of every discripilnn always
011 hand nt the Ki.riK, on IlntM St.
DID you every No, I never lasted
I otter Ice Cream tlmnnl Iho Ei.uk I
Their Icu Cream is really deliclouH, ami
M ch a nice cny place tlicy have! S
Dn. Flint's IIkakt JIkmi:iiy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart 1Mb-
case and alno for DiHcahCH of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. I)oiiboii Smith fc
Co,, Agents, 364
Pathonizk Home Industry by buy
ing cignrri of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
Halo prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled, Tho attention
of denleiB is respectfully invited to
thu fact "no liconno is required" to
sell thoun cigars. Do not forget the
name J, W, Hingley, nor thu pluce
Ciystal Soda Works, Hotel sheet.
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63 and 65
A New Announcement will
Look Out for it
Nos. 63 & 65 Port Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repealed and special request, a small invoice of thu flnett hand-mado,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in tliu
WEST, DOW & GO.
Now have on hand a large
Assortment of Music Goods!
j Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
: MARTIN GUITAR.
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have- also replenished their
STOCK: Ol XJItTVITXJItE
in all lines. Latest Styles XmaB Cords.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HO UN, Practical Confccliouer,
l'.lry Cool; and linker.
71 Hotel St. -mtST Tc)chono74
WENNER & CO.
no. (3 i,o'x, t'x"it.ii::ii:'x
ConxtHiitly on Intuit a lurgc assortment
of in try dcHcrlptiiin of Jowulry, Wutthes,
Gold and Sther Plated Ware. Am.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 und (ID i Intel otrcet,
Fr.sli Qioccrloa and Provision received
hy every Sternum,
1. (). Uox IHO, Hell Tolepliono No.
:t(0 Mutiml Telephone No. 11)1.
The White House,
No. 11H Nuuumi Htruuti
IIJliolulil, 11. I.
Private Family Hoiel; Terms Heuson.
uhle; Firbt clubs AccoinuiiKiutlous.
M. W.BAiNDBI S, Piopih'lor.
ASHION ! !
Opposite Irwin & Co's
Will be open every afternoon and even.
Ing as follows;
aiuuttuy, TucDdny, WedneHday and
Tohe public in general.
For ladles and gentlemen.
For ludlcs, gentlemen Hndchlldren.
Lesions in Fancy 8kuting.
Friday und bnturduy Ecnlngs.
WII.I.IAM WALL, Managar.
JMLA THOSE "VKUY DEBIRA.
IJImW ble premifts No. 105 Nuuunu
mmmmm Avenue. Dwelling contain!
8 rooms; ulry basement under all; kltch
en, pantry, bathrrom and lervnnl' room
nttuclud, rarriagu hoiuo, stable, fiwl
li'iuse; all conveniently urraneed; quiet
healthfil lieillun; neut grouud, fruit
trecf. 'IVn mlnutc'i' walk from 1'oBt
Onirc. Enquire adjoining prtniWen of
73 tf J. U. WOOD.
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'" iwffiJW '''ir'l'Cjyf. Wiiy
Let me have a mild
TUB ABOVE KKQUE3T IS llEARD
dally lit ciar ttnrci, saloons and
oilier places where rignrs are lold, for
llUiinundlspulid fnc'tlml most smokers
prefer a inllil clgir and that tlionu who
lmc for a lon time smoked strong
clears, principally imported ManlUs,
will, after having thoroughly injured
the stomach mid impaitcd the nervou
yteui. 9uiel waul u udld cigar, if they
could find the lluht kind.
Hoiv many UioumuuU of uiokera who
suffer from Ion of Hipethe, headache,
ncnous irritability, asthma, etc., and
who hato tried nil possible remedies
without success, mlulii lie cured if they
knew that their sufferings were caused
hy the InUmpcrntc usu of stiong cigars,
nnd Hint they should only smoke mild
und properly prepared onec
It is a fact that all mild cigats ngreo
will with finokers, for in most cases
the c U a lack Of care in tho selection of
the tobacco, and often the nicessary ex.
perlcnce for it is wanting, j ct there is
one brand which suils themost fastidious
smoker, and that is
"Sanger" Heal Cigar
Which is tnado from mild, aromatic nnd
particularly (elected and prepared to
bacco, and combines all the qualities
which may bo expected from a health
cigar. It causes no bad effect of any
kind, is agreeable to the taste, burns
evenly to tho end and possesses a flno
aroma. No smoker should fall to give
Engelbrecht's "Sampler" Cigar
A fair trial, and benefit himself at the
For sale Everywhere.
EGrAN & CO.,
The Leading Gems'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jmt received ex "Zialandia," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
87 2 w
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Havo just ifcCL-ivcd a few more
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Heal,
Older left at Ofllce, with N. F. Bur
gen, i King Street, will be promptly
attended to. C0ly
S. M. CARTER,
lias on hand for dale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft "Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders arc hertby Boliclted and will
he delivered at any locality within the
3Vo. S KINO BTJRIDIDX.
Both TclruhoufM. 17. M
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