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SATURDAY, KC. 11, 188G.
Sttnr Llkellko from Knliulul
Btmr MoUolll from .Molokal
Stmr hurprieo from Kuan
Ilk Aollio May from Sydney. K S
Schr Manitoknwal from Koolmi
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Schr Argo for Humboldt liny
Ilk W 11 Wntsoil for Astoria. Or
Stmr Llkellko for Kiiliulut
Stmr Mukolll for Molokul
Sttnr Surprise from Kunii
Schr Mauuokawnl for Kooltiu
CARCDES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkellke 717 bujcs sugnr.
From Kiihiihil mid way ports, per
steamer Llkellke, Dee 11 lion Paul
Neumann, Urni Crctgliton, II F Glade,
W .T Lowric, wife and child, Mrs 1" L
Stolz, Mrs Mnrtcnscn, Mls Humphreys,
lllrani, Miss Louisa, Mr ami Mrs L A
Thurston, Mr Wllfong, 1 Chinaman and
The G O Perkins will wait for sugar
by the steamer Klnau and Iwalanl, and
will sail for San Francisco about Wcdnos
day'next. VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Forest Queen, Winding
Ger bark Pacific, Oltiniin
Urlt bk W II Watson, Lawrence
Bktne Kllkltat, Cutler
liktmi G C Perkins, Aekcrman
Bktne Mary Winkelnmii, Backers
13k J II Bowers, J II Plum
Haw schr General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
German bark Hercules, Schaefer,
sailed from Liverpool, October Oth, duo
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovell,
Horn Fannlng's Island, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Mauihlkl, via Fannlng's Island,
due December 10-31.
American bark Saranac, from New
York, sailed July 13th, due here Nov. 18
80, to Castlo & Cooke.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, Kolleston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 10-31, to
Davles & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 9, due lore Jan 10-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marstou,
troin the Colonies, due hero in Feb, to
'rewer & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
t'ort Blakely, due here Dee 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Waianae party lias returned.
with music, at the rink
Captain Lawrence, of the British
bark W. II. Watson, is us lively as a
Tun steamer Kinau from the Vol
cano and way ports will be due here
Mil. Wiseman is expected back
on Wednesday next. Joe's return
will bo welcomed by many.
Since Mr. H. Turton's return to
his home at Lahaina, he is reported
to have improved considerably in
. . iti i
The Merchant's Exchange, at the
corner of King and Nuuanu streets,
will treat its patrons to clam chowder
The usual temperance meeting,
this evening, in Fowler's yard, under
the auspices of tho temperance com
mittee of tho Y. M. C. A.
Sui Knight H. J. Nolte E. C.
elect of No. 1 Knights Templar, and
the other officers, will be installed
this evening at their" Lodge.
1 . ,
The "Criterion," under tho man
agement of general "Jim" and affable
"Harry" will be opened to-night. A
lunch will be spread and liquids, pro
vided in moderation.
The second Judicial Circuit Court,
held, at Lahaina, terminated the work
of tlio session yesterday morning.
Members of the Bar, that went from
here, returned by the Likeltke, tins
It , has bqon ' rumored around the
streets during tho past few days that
tho opium licence had been granted
to Mr. Afong, .Tun.; but inquiry at
tho proper source olicited tho infor
mation that no licence has yet been
. . m .
Tun mauka pidowalk on Queon
street, corner of Alakea, has boon
lately injured considerably. Drays
heavily laden with black sand have
been hacked over the curb plank,
thereby splitting it up into splinters,
and making indents with tho wlicols
on the sidewalks. Good sidewalks
nro desirable, but they can never bo
had if drays aro driven over them.
Mk. Hart, tho Bond Supervisor,
looks down-hearted and dejected the
last fow days. His crushed stones
have crushed his hopes. Tho stones
intended for tho ropuirH of Fort
rnut. Nuanu sheet and other pluces
about town have boon utilized for
other purposes, and ho is left stone
less, l'oor Mr. Hart, wo sympathize
Tub auction sale at tho Temple
of l'aBhion to-night piomiees to bo for
the benetit of the public. All goods
to bo offered nro of good quality and
n desirable nature, and will bo sold.
Sacrifices will be made to pieet the
public wants, mid a two hours outer
tainuiont will bo also provided by
tho volubla tonguo of Mr. Lyons, tho
mi i. www immmmtmmma n iuhji
Dzmaxb for good fdt turkeyo'ls In
The Hawaiian Mhsion Children's
Society will meet lliis ovening at
Oahu College, at 7 :!10 o'clock.
Tin: Plcnmcru C. H. lliclmp d
.Ins. JInkeo nro expected liuio to
rn on ow, fiom Knuni.
Tin: Bteanior Wiinuinnln, accom
panied by IMr. HeiborlV t-U'iuu
lniiiicli, will miil lo-mormw morning
il 7 o'clock, with n largo party of
excursionists, for Peatl lHvcr.
Mn. Lewis .T. Levey will oiler at
auction a variety Of goods suited for
Christmas and NewjY par's presents,
ot his salesroom, at 7 o'clock this
evening. Chairs will be provided for
the accommodation of ladies.
Tin: next mail from the Const is
duo hero on Wednesday next. The
importations on that occasion are
anticipated to comprise u largo stock
of goods for the Honolulu Christmns
Mn. John F. Colburn nolilion the
public by advertisement that ho haB
just received ex bark Ceylon .2,1500
packages of hay and grain, which ho
ofl'cro for pale at his store on King
A 8i.iaiiT shower, last evening,
laid the dust. A little more and it
will create mud. Sweeping the
streets about town is apparently a
thing of the past, and when there is
no dust, thero is a suifeit of mud.
Seciietary Pierce supplies the in
formation that the" election to fill the
vacancy occasioned by resignation
of Hon. L. Aholo as representative
for Lahaina, resulted in the election
of Kia Nahaolelua, on the Oth day
Last night's billiard match, at the
Hawaiian Hotel, between Morris and
McClccry, was unusually interesting,
and was watched attentively through
out by many spectators. Tho game
completed will bo 1,200 points, one
half of which was played last night,
the other half to follow next Monday
evening. At the close of last night's
play the game stood :- Morris GOO,
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this after
noon commencing at !. The
following is the programme:
March Dclllir Herman
Overture Tancredl Bossbii
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Waltz Jubilee Oooto
Mazurka At II ome Faust
Polka Mountainspring Keuss
M. GOLDBERG'S ESTABLISHMENT.
The lower corner of Merchant and
Fort streets has, for many years,
been occupied as a harberdashery
or a gentlemen's outfitting store.
The name of Mr. Richardson stood
over the old wooden building for
several years. When the old build
ing was demolished and n handsome
brick building was erected on its
site, the Temple of Fashion occu
pied the premises, and stocked it
well with goods in a similar line,
but it remained for Mr. M. Gold
berg, the present proprietor, to fur
nish gentlemen's outfitting goods
and to a make display equal to any in
town. His goods are imported,
mostly from the United States, and
partly from London. The. display
of neckties in the Merchant street
window is, to soy the least of it,
unique. Good material, exquisite
taste and consummate skill arc
combined in the work. Within is
to be found a variety of Philadel
phia and New York hats, shirts,
&c, as worn on Wall street, also
underclothing of the best quality
direct from London. Within will
also be found Mr. Goldbeig himself,
whose suavity of manner and pleas
ing address, constitute him facile
prince? in the art of providing for
the habilanient of gentlemen.
F. GERTZ'6 SHOE STORE.
On Fort street, immediately above
Messrs. Ehlers & Co., is to be found
Frank Gerlz'sl'oot& Shoe store. It
is replete with a great variety of
Men's, Ladies' Misses and Child
ren's boots and shoes. Gentlemen
before the Ladies in this case, as
they take tho larger size. Mr.
Gcrtz's stoek is partly imported
and partly home manufactured. Tho
quality of the goods is the best, and
comprises a variety of sizes from
Ladies No. 1 to Ladies No. 13.
(Happy to state not much demand
for the latter size). Gents can be
suited from the long riding boot to
tho light dancing pump. It is an
old but a true saying, nothing like
As tho nceuliar cockroach of
early missionary days in the Ha
waiian Islands is almost extinct, a
few words may he said of it, for the
benefit of the coming chronicler of
.Hawaiian relics. One of the early
roaches was captured tho other day,
and tho memory of them revived.
They were, it is thought, of tx Spa
nish breed. They were in several
points different from, and in others
similar to, the present roach of
Hawaii. One difference was in the
size. The early roach was very flat
and broad. It was of n dull cinna
mon brown color. It could not II'
like tho present roach, but when
frightened would run rapidly, emit
ting , a most sickening odor, mid
bhrieking in a very remarkable
manner. In the evenings they
would gather about the door sill,
and about the sinks or places where
dampness prevailed. If they man
aged to effect at) entranco into a
bureau drawer, everything in that
drawer had to ho taken nut nnd
aired, because of the stencil of the
roach. The most uffoclunl trap for
catching these eaily birds was a
large bottle, with about nit inch of
molasses in the bottom. They would
soon discover the sweetno's, nnd on
entering the bottle, could not get
out again. They were so common
in Hid unrly days that they were not
noticed us they would bu now. It
caught in the hand they would bile.
They nro credited with nibbling the
toes of sleeping persons, besides
being the abomination of early civi
lization. NOTES BY THE WAY.
Mr. F. W. Damon and Mrs.
Damon have recently returned from
n tour of tho Island of Oahu, dur
ing which they visited among the
Chinese nnd refer in every commend
atory terms to the hospitality and
courtesy of the people, at their
homes. At Waianae, Mr. Damon
says the buildings in which the
Chinese plantation hands arc housed,
are very creditable structures, be
sides being very neatly kept and all
whitewashed like the houses of a
New England village. The travel
lers, when at Kaneohe, happened at
the country residence of Mr. James
Olds, where they found some of the
finest beds of roses an the island,
and where also was found that well
known "old restdenter," Mr. John
Brash entertaining himself in the
construction of verse, with a young
native boy acting as amanuensis.
Brash is always welf pleased tc be
visited by the friends and acquaint
ances of his youthful nnd belter
In a new dictionary of biography,
containing 40,000 names, all the
Rothschilds and Astors put together
receive only as many lines as are
accorded to Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Cornelius Vanderbilt receives les9
attention than Puganini, and A. T.
Stewart no more than Daniel Lam
bert, the fat man. Even the three
rich benefactors Girard, George
Pcabody and Sir Moses Montcfiorc
united take less room than John
Wesley or Nathaniel Ilawthrone.
The Oxford system of allowing
students to attend lectures as they
choose results in some pathetic ex
periences. One professor of moral
philosophy says: "Lectures were
announced and the professor attend
ed." Another professor confesses:
"Lectures offered, fifty-four, but
some no't delivered owing to absence
of audience," while one professor
declares that he announced three
courses of lectures, but no students
sent in their names.
"Henry George," says the New
York aS'um, "has got the most tre
mendous advertisement for his books
and pamphlets, that ever happened
to a struggling author."
. Dr. C. Keller of Zurich finds
reasons for believing .that spiders
destroy more aphides and insect
enemies of trees than do all the
insect-eating birds. His views have
been verilied by observations on
coniferous trees, a few broad-leafed
trees and apple trees.
C! ETS of Jubilee Pliotnj.nplip, cm
kJ brcinc nil the notable fceems uf
ihu festivities, can Im obtained
liums Photographic Gallery.
MR. HO FON, f the "Chin
New," will lunch the Chin
langimge to nny person nt very reasona
ble mtu-i. He will alio collect hills and
intcriiri't thu Chinese 1 mpiiH pc nt iihhUt
uli) charges. Apply ill ihu olllce or the
Cliini ku .News Co., Kuuiinu Si. 0'1 lw
SMOKE Wedge ( Igar ut McCarthy'
TELEPHONE for Ice Ore.nn!
Jlinunl Co. 338; Hell Co. 182. 85
CANDIES! Imported, due nnd
s eot, you'll find nt the Kmtk. 83
CH RISTMAS jiIhi'niw Ye.ir Cards,
nil new nml of the veiy latest tie
signi", havlnir lii-on fnrefully M'licud by
our Mr. T. J. Kinfr, who lm ju-i re
Mimed Irom ihu Urns'. Cull i-ar'y at
King Hi-is,- An Store. 50
vou ever? No, 1 never tnsieu
oner lee Cream limn at iho JCmtk I
Their Ice Crcnm in rcnlly drllcloiiH, nnd
i c'i n nice cozy pince iliey navoj m
CAKES! Kaiicy, plain nnd orna
im ntnl of every discripilon nhvays
on hnnd at the Ki.iti:, on Hotel tit. 85
l)n. Flint's Heaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart 1)!r
caEO and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
and Circulation. Descriptive, book
with overv bottle. Benson Smith it
Patkonizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigare of J. W. Jlingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to (ill all
orders at the lowent possiblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
thu fact "no license ia required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
nnmo J. V. IHngloy, nor tho plaeo
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
litis rtcehed fiom Kan Francisco, per
MarlpohHiinil other bilonrrlvnlsn choice
selection of American nnd II avium Clc irs
nino'ig- uhWh tire
Wtdge, Cherubs, Triplets, Cheroots,
Operas, Duetts, Red Cross and
tho Flor do Cuba.
Kull Jtt-eHW, ret, Wwet-t Corporal ami
other llruudu of Clgaruttev.
Don't f.ill n try his celebrated Ii ttlc
IHmIcm. They aro better thnn ever,
107 FORT STREI'.T,
18J Opposite Willlains' Gallery. 2v
Mm ESfiUd! Alii o I Unci! f
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT ! I TE1PLE
AVu have received during; the last few weeks liinty-three
eases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. Tt has taken
some time to unpack and arrange them. We are now pre
pared to have the puhlic inspect this new stock of Novelties.
We carefully selected these goods during our recent trip to
the United States, and we unhesitatingly claim this
the largest, linest and hest assorted stock of
PICTURE AND ART GOODS
Ever shown in
Honolulu. These goods wore
cash, so the can
he sold for
CAL!. AND BE
following is a Partial
Steel Engravings, Qil Paintings, Allotypes,
Photographs, "Water Colors, Pastel Crayon "Paintings,
Photo Albums, Glace Photo Panels, Gold Frames,
Plush Frames, Mirrors, Silverware, Brass Goods,
Artists' Materials, Parlor Easels, Bouquet Tables,
Bronze Frames, Ebony Brackets,
Medallion Photographs, Autograph Albums,
Holiday Souvenirs, Graphoscopes, Broom Holders,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, Wall Pockets,
Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christmas Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent importains contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from Avhich we are prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KIM BROS.1 ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets. OPEN EVENINGS.
Gake, Pastry &
And Only Practical Ornamenter in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those who intend to make Holiday
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES
To select from his stock ; the largest ever shown in Hono
lulu, consisting of many thousand pounds of hoth plain and
fancy Confectionery suitable for Christinas Trees. An im
mense assortment of Fancy BASKETS, BOXES and
CORNUCOPIAS, Wax Tapers and self-supporting Hold
ers, Bonbons in large variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in HORN'S well
known style "which defies imitation.
Of all known Variety on Hand and also Made to Order.
CANDIED PINEAPPLE, FRUIT GLACES,
All of theso in tho greatest variety of goods ever shown in
Honolulu. HORN will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
STEAM MADE ICES CREAM.
At 8(1.00 for one, and 85.00 for two Gallons. Made from Rich Kgg
Custard, It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be tho Richest,
Purest and Chcapost Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Not a specially exactly, but are made now na before of superior quality
and richness of flavor and ORNAMKNTKD I.N AN AUTISTIC STVLK
which fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factory, Store and Ico Cream
Between Tort & Nuuanu.
about one half the former
List of our Latest Importa
Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
- Both Telephones No. 74.
I am instructed by S. Colin &
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
DO NOT LOSE
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Eort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KLCKIVLD, THE FINEST T.I NHS OF
Ciisliiiii-iiiifi OlDlMi, Guilts' MMm Goods,-
IlA'lfc', CAPS, F.TC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in "Seelcwnre.
Also, hy repented and ppccinl request, a tiuell unoice of the tini'Et hnml-mudc,
Olitiiinnble In thu
Now have on band a large
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
In ail lines. Latent Styles Xmns Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and linker.
71 lintel St. ii:?- Telephone 71
WEMER & CO.
M n u ii fur t urine JowcIIith,
NO. OS I'OirX' BTltlSET.
ConMuiitly on liiind a large usHortmeui
of every ticHcriiitlmiof .luweliy, Watches,
Gold und Kihei Pliitcd Ware, tic.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Btore,
07'iii)d (19 Hotel Mnel,
FriBh Oiocerlenaiul Provisions received
. by every Steamer.
P.O. UoxlilO, Ileirioli'idimii. No.
Hill Mutual Telephone No. VM.
The White House,
'. 11H Nmiiimi Htroott
Honolulu, JI. I.
l"nuiilyHoU'lj Ternm Itcmoii.
I FlrBM'ln ArrontiniHintlnii.
M. V. BANDRIKS, Proprietor.
FASHION ! !
Co. to sell at their store
Even'g, at 7,
..J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
YOUR CHANCE !
Will he open evw) ititcrm en and even
ing a follow :
Monday, Tiicilaj', WviliicNdny nurt
To il.n iiil lli n general.
' " ' 1I1CII)CII.
Mutui-tluyi Alti'i IIODUN,
For.ludiei, gLinieiiii.ii iind;ohiIdren7
Lcx&oiiii in l-'niiey Sliming.
nnd rMiturduy Kenlnj;s.
WII.I.IAM WAI.L, Manager.
TIIOS1' IVKUY llT'SlHA.
blu iiremitfs N 105 Nuuanu
Avenue Dwelllnc contains
8 rooms; li liiuiiiinl under all; kitch
en, puiury, Imthn oia and n-rviuit'B room
ftUHrhulf cuirhiL'ii liiiUKf, Hnblc, fowl
liouie; all conveniently arranged; quiet
licalthfiil location; neat grounds, fruit
tice. Ten minute' walk from Post
OJllr Hiumire aj'ulnli r :mniies of
72 tf J. U. WOOD. '
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