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aOXOLVLV. DECEXBEB 17. irei
mho. last writing bosincta hit not displayed air
titrable stns ot all lines of trade, trcn to
tint of the toyshops, He lack of custom-,
re that tbc seaaon will not be a
tor fade Tbc emit for the present tUrnatlon
..oWVjpcciallTaUhl. nsnallytiusT teaser 1. ,t5ed to
octbe forced economy practiced bj all classes froin
ne wii"i '"""i""u " nc poor mechanic, an
economy torce exlstta; tronMca in tl cnr.
.recTof tbcrcontry and. which the financier, of the
do not In any way teem to beable
Vo cooMcnce" Is the treat caose for thenrncnt
In trade and until ihccaUK for tfcallsrmimii
l,rre U be bnt little chance for tie better
Thi- airlrtlis since last writlnc were the Dim...
,nl .' sprecUda. bota from San rrancl"c?wlTt
ti. usual aforted carrocs.
The departures lot 'the same period Include the tern
Era and steamer Mariposa with partial cafoce foJ
The City of Sidney it die from the Colonic,
In Mn 1 ranctfco, on or abool the sin inst .nil
h. Alameda 1. dne from San riand.e!."n theiad
int . with news and mall dales to the 1Mb inst.
PORT OP HONOLULU.
Ihr li-Ara fztoc Clans Sprcclclt, Drew, from S Frai
13-Am bttnc Blfcoraj, Perrlman. Irwas Fran
Ore 10- Am tern Eva. tViclnnan. for an iVa&eieu
"-.S y 'T8 ' ,1llmf" ran Townsowd
1..-0 ib Mariposa, llajward. for baa Fraadfo
Vea.ela in Port,
Haw bri; Hazard.
Am bk Abble Carver, rendletoa
'Bltt'O Whltmorc, Calbonn
Am Mine Enreka, Lee
Am bUne Kllkltat, Cutler
Am bstne Clans bpreckels. Drew
Am bktne Discovery, rerriman
rromr.n r ranclsco. per Clans Mnrrkels. lee
earjo merchandise, feed, lire stock". Me.
K!2mJSn , K' Discovery. Dec It-Cargo of
.-sorted merchandise; provisions, lite stock. c
F"n '""' P" Era, bra ,o-ar.
TO bc rice, T bis wool. ID sks chicken feed?
For Tort Townscnd, per Hope. Dec 11-530 bars
From San per Class Spreckela. Dec 12-ii
Fromlnai -via Walalu and Walanae, per Jamea
TW Kaiakaitaba. '
From Hawaii and AlaaL per WO Ha. lec JU-( tv
J Jones, ilr. J II Uowwtt, Jr. E W Fnller. J Hoale and
danthter. J Anderson, ilr wife, Mrs
llaltas. t LAlIona. .
ForSaBl and Ilawali. er W G Hall, lice IS-Wm II
l!l " m.?d. lfr K'benstein. E AleUreenrv, E W
J.""CT5t Vt1, AHona C Trefols.N 0 Gan.stow.JI C
Loss. II Mason, Mr Hammer. A C Unthrlc.
From Ilamakna,per IwaUnl. Dec 13-Geo Wrirht
11 J Smith. A UillllUn, " Klnr.Mlss K Makee. Allfs It
Mikee.C? Arnold and wife. W II Holmes and wife
t C lkmd and wire.
From Kaoat, per S Hattwcil,
DrJ K Smith, ADrier, Miss Dixon.
From Maoi and Molokal. per Likelike, Dec 11 A II
ratth, Msler tadovtea. F ll H.yselden. Mis Hoalr, a
Jamors.'Mrt M Monte.
For Kanal, via Walanar, per C U Blthop, Dec 11
t apl W B tiodrrey. O J Holu II W Charchill. J Wond.
From San Frandsco, per Discovery, Dec. 11 J A
MtMnllen. iue uid child. Alien Clark. Ca.pt "Uen
nd wife. J U Klein. S (iivra A Ir. II v (u. n
Keilev. Jas UXonnell, Chas Anderson, A Jcrcrnftm. J
thnsliansen. J ltoc, Theo Carlson. J C llrriek p
Mnrpby, T Parker. W G MotL
For San Frandeco, per Mariposa. Bic. A W
Taliaferro. II Lose, J A Bock and son. Mrs J Sherman
T It letter, MrsTliobron and son. c Gcrtx. Miss
E Bond andj children. Geo Milne, G W
on Ilovenherc.Miss Anna Dixon. W II Holmes and
ile. Chas IV suiddard. Mrs L C Kcllvandsdaaehters
DRUraham, Geo Beanmlster. wife and 3 children j
Edrar, II Blnnlny. J Jorsenson, W Eckman, wife and
child. IIM Hayward,VFennelland wife. J slnric v
Vnderson, C Oleson, S Hart, F Wadzek, J W Arnold.
iriiMaxener.GBartlett, Won: Ah Ion, J Cnpter and
T '!?ll S.0.'.1"?.; J & Ulake, A Krapp.T Baker, i Bnrke.
Krid. E C lnston.
1 or Molokat and Manl. per Likelike, Dec 11-Dr C G
sail and wife. Miss Clark, Geo II Care lens, J B Ciibson
nod wife, Bro Bertram, W Earnhardt, II Wrirht. 1"
M,Uiirh.G B Norton and wife. II M Olsen. L TorbetU
Too Mnch Silver.
Fbe c l'vrl InJepcudrmt, has nu article on the
alver qneslion which had better ho rlid hj CTcry
une here, it is eminently jiractical and sitm whole
ionic advise, lu snbstancc it rends ns fhajjs :
No nation really wants any moro of silver money,
nr. indeed, of any kind of money thin will suffice
conveniently to perform its servioee. Up to this
point tho character of Hho services abnndantly
pays for the cost; yet beyond it we have an expense,
without nay corresponding It is
with money ns it is with public highways. When
there aro already roads enough f ally to accoinmo
date the commnnity, it would to tho bhecres: folly
to doable them. So in regard to money : when it
has reached the limit of business demand,
thinj; beyond this is an evil, on the cround ofilsraw .
lue whole of the surplus is a dead loss of labor to
the commnnity, besides leading to numerous evils
which aro snre to ensue upon an excessivo
of money. If a merchant has twenty j ardsticks
to rerform the services of one, nineteen of them
will be useless as yardsticks. So. if a community
has moro money than it really needs to do the
work of money, all tho excess is not onlv nseless,
bnt worse than useless. Tho people arc'not made
riclier or more productive by a greater quantity of
money than they actually need conveniently to
conduct their exchange.
The old mercantile theory that a nation is tu be
deemed rich in proportion to the amount of the
ftrecioos metals which itcan manage to retain was
ong ago exploded by Adam Smith. This theory,
once prevalent, led the nations to accumulate and
hoard tbcao metals, and by stringent laws seek to
rrevent their exportation Adam Smith saw tho
utter fallacy of the theory and the inferences
drawn therefrom, and proved to a demonstration
that a supply beyond what is needed for nse in the
arts and use as money, if retained, was simply a
dead loss, adding nothing to the real wealth of the
people and making no contribution to their prosperity,
while involving a large cost for no practical
end. capital available for consumption
or available for the production of other capi.
tat is so much accumalalod wealth; bat stored-cp
gold and silver, available for neither purpose, is so
ranch capital existing in the unproductive condition.
The best thing that a nation can do with a
surplus of precious metals is to sell it to other
countries, and with it buy what it more needs. To
retain the surplus is to keep on hand costly and
useless articles, for which there is an ample
market in tho outside world. A nation might just
as well hoard its surplus of wheat, and thus during
the hoarding period lose its entire value- Having
a surplus of anything, the sooner it gets rid of
it, tn exchange for something that it moro wants,
the wiser it will be. The precious metals are no
exception to this general law of economic science.
A fine set of Handbooks for the noted Summer
and Winter ltesorts of California have been forwarded
to the Gazette by tho Southern l'aclfie
li. It. Co. Tho principal work is the "Tourists'
Illustrated Guide' a work running to some 2$0
pages. It contains a great amount of information,
sthcred together by Major Hen. C Truman. The
escriptions of Scenery are good and the direction
to travellers minute For any one intending to
make an extended tour in California the work must
Invaluable. Among the descriptions of the mauv
beautiful country residences, is one of an old
friend, that belonging to Captain I1.S. Floyd, who
used to command the Idaho when she ran between
Honolulu and the Coast 15 or 1C years ago.
Captain Floyd was a most popular man and it
does one good to hear nf him again. Here is the
pen sketch of his beautiful summer home.
There are already a number of chateaux upon
the lake, Ithe most pretentious and delightful of
which is ""Kono Tayee," the summer home of
Captain and Mrs. It. S. Floyd, of San Francisco.
It occupies one of the prettiest spots upon the
lake, and is nine miles by water from Lakeport,
and a little over five miles from Sulphur Hank.
It is directly opposite Konockti i or Uncle Sam)
Mountain and Soda Bay. The Fioyd place reminds
one of the villas on our eastern lakes,
except that at Kono Tayeo many varieties of
northern and semi-tropical fruits and flowers
grow the year round. Lvcn during tho rainy season,
when tho mountains surrounding Clear iivlo
are covered with snow, Kono Tayeo may be described
aaa'pietcre of summer set in a winter
frame. The house is a noble mansion, of many
apartments, and it sees fewdaya daring the summer
months that said apartments are not occupied
with others than the Captain and his estimable
wife and little girl. This place contains scleral
hundred acres; and the accacia, pepper,
and eucalyptus intermingle their branches
with the indigenous oak and fir; the orange and
poach nod gracefully to each other at each passing
wind, as if proud of their luscious fruits; and
the magnolia and the violet alike impregnate the
evening rephyrs with their aromatic BweeU.
There is all at Kono Tayeo that wealth and taste
can appropriately suggest; and one can readily
conclude, the momint be reaches the quarterdeck,
(we mean veranda, i with ita brass pieces
in proper positions, that Captain Floyd has not
spent his entire life outside of a Mr.
HojdalsoowrjB Qocrcus rancho, almost directly
opposite Kono Tayce, where he keeps his horses
and "carriages, and most of his fine cattle, and
upon which there is an excellent orchard. He
also owns a number of fine craft, among which
are included the "City of lakeport," a (.tearccr
seventy-two feet long, constructed in tuudul and
ng like an ocean steamer, containing tuo engines,
and capable of making eighteen miles an bour;
the a littlo steam yacht; two or three
sail boats and skiffs, shells, canoes and jolly boats
almost without number.
The Committee of the iioyal Uumiuc Society
has unanimously bestowed its silver medal upon
Mr. Thomas Allnutt Brassey, undergraduate of
Baliol College, Oxford, for agallant act icrformcd
in Loch Citron, Boss-shire, on the SOlh At
about 11.30 a. ni. of that day. as the 171 ig, cutter,
was proceeding from the yacht m to the
shore, some threo quarters of a mile distant, one
ot ber timbers parted, owing to the hcavv sea
which vas running. Tho boat was shortly'in a
sinking condition, and during the brief interval
which elapsed, Mr. Brasscy, with great coolness,
distributed tho oars to those in the boat w ho could
not swim, (fix in number.) Then diveoting himself
of his coal; he advised the others to do the
same, and gave instructions to the non-swimmers
what to do. The vessel soon filled, andin the confusion
which prevailed, several of the men having
lost the oars, Mr. Hrassey's voice could be heard
encouraging them. A groom, named in
air Thomas l'rassey's service, was soon perceived
to be drowning, and without any hesitation Mr. T.
brasscy swam out and giving him his oar, after he
had pulled him from under the water, supported
him in the heavy surf till the ' "a other boat
arrived and rescued all. All will rembciaer tho visit
of the $womm to these islands.
Fjjitob Gaum: We will all admit that a
census taken without accuracy is valueless, with
joairacy very valuable. All tho governments or
the world place oar cenros in their different work
on statistics and it is cxticmely valuable
for comparing etc. What dependence can
JJj puced on the party who has been placed in
rge of the census for this vear or In Iho
whom he has appointed. By mistake, there may
w eome good men amongst them but as a rule
rJUJare of the fawning element and are utterly
JJOKnpetent. An outsider would judge that there
Man extreme dearth of good reliable men in .Ha-""
. ABOUT TOWS.
A few ooro MlTcrpfta let t tFi Ael's.
ChrUl01ilf Cod of Ml description t Fiahe I's.
ThoMnkwiuntukBten as roU.
rthiSd!Ne,Vin!: - J.
-J?10 ,?'BZ da held at the T. M. C. A. IUI1
? a? !,"fS f0reAnl ttCa,ri
Kichanfie by the:
ontRoins Harii fu quoted
itelStitadtob8'jH' ' -
llcsm,. Lyon, ,t LcTejwill hold aactionlSies
J!" .T' rf01" --P ;: will be
A very satisfactory trial of Mr. a a Coleman's.
gRSffSSg Ltell""5 """"" f Mr "
The business mauagment of tho rVr has
changed hands, it is said, and is now being attend,
by a prominent merchant.
Mantations manapcra lht ban. .-! t
and better than l'ai
ai and it will not sour if kept dry.
St. Alton's College closes for the Christmas
vacation on Friday December ISth. The new terra
wm commence on Monday January Olh 183i
Yesterday Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co. commenced
moving their, office desks, safes, etc, into their
new quarters m the Sprockets Block, Fort Street.
A testimonial concert to Mr Charles Hasselmann
tho well known baritone singer, is now being ar-ranged
under the auspices ot the Honolulu
tihntiv Mnli J
Mr. Charles H arren Stoddard left for tho Coast
on Monday. He has obtained the chair of English
Literature in the lloman Catholic College of .Vore
Bj the MarijnMt Messrs' Irwin A Co. shipped
ftm n "H"' s.'t" Co- Ws Brewer &
" and T' "'
Mwsrs Bishop i- Co. are endeavoring by their
examiJe to break up the pernicious three mouths
credit system. Tho firm desire that all bills
against them be hereafter presented monthly
Mr. B, 1. Adams will hold auction sales on the
17lh, (this morning) at G. W. Macfarlane &. Co.'s,
Jv&Vft mV 2l Ml"?i 2U, 7 P. m. at Lyean S
(joecn Kapi.4ani celobrales the anniversary of
her birth on Wednesday the Slst inst, on which
occasion Her Majesty will hold a reception, 'or
ladies and children, at tho l'alace from It a.m. to 1
p. m. on that date.
A horse belonging to the Hon. H. A. Widemann
hss had to bo shot owing to its having contracted
glanders. The Board, or whatever it was to look
after diseased animals had better bastirrin". It
does not seem to display great signs of ctivty?
The "Cisino" at the 1'ark is besoming quite a
favored resort, much patronized on Sandavs by
those who desiro to leave tha dnst nml b.s r i,i
city to enjoy the refreshing breezes aud charming
scenery found en route and about tho hostelry of
Who has made a mess of currency mittcrs?
The cabinet which took 80 cent dollars and promised
to pay for them in American gold with
plenty of interest, also payable in gold, tacked on.
rho poor Hawaiian pick mule is being rather
Tickets aro being rapidly sold for tho first tier-
I armanec of the latest arrived scull for tho Hono
lulu uuu. jjeis aro being Ircely offered that
neither of tho partners will ever venture to the
lighthouse in the craft, or that the cittle wharf can
be renched without an upset.
Tho Mutual Telephone Co., have laid wires, to
form the connections with the main office, in the
business ulaocs and residences nf snlic Hiu. r.n.i
will shortly place transmitters in position. The
directors hone to have all in order and imamr ,n
o)eration January 1, 1SS3.
The wind blew a gale from the soulli and west
from early morning of tho ICth, till evening of that
date. The vessels along the wharves did considerable
rolling but no great damage is reported. In
town the streets were strewn with broken branches
of trees, and loaves in great cloud occasionally
swooped down upon the pedestrian.
With tho present muddle in currency, which
might all havo been avoided, unless something is
done, how long Trill 'it bo before exchange will
rise up to its old figure of 8 per cent. Oaco there,
there is no reason why it should not run up to
between IS and 20 per cent. Disaster is before
the country unless some stringent measures are
The condition of tho streets during the past
week has been of tho usual disgraceful character,
the mud being several inches thick. The street
crossings which should be kept in n passable condition,
especially during rainy weather, have remained
undistinguishable to ladies or children
during the wet days.
The band concert at EmmaSquaro
of the 13th and again on tho evening of the
15th insts were well attended and, as usual, tho
?ieces performed, obtained favorable criticism.
'he new "Lanciers" music, a composition by
Coote, played here for the first time on tho 15th
inst, is quite charming and will undoubtedly become
Messrs. Lyons & Levey held an evening sile of
gods suitablo for Christmas presents, at their
salesrooms, Qaeen street, on tho 13th at
which many bargains were obtained by attending
iiiukuMdh auoucxi saie wm iaso place at the
salesrooms on the evening of the -Mth inst., aud it
behooves those who desire to purchase presents at
low prices, to attend.
The O. S. S. Xcirijwa left her wharf at 12.15 on
the 15th inst., en route to Ban Francisco. Before
getting fully undcrweigh the stern of the vessel got
stack in the mad and a slight delay ensued in consequence.
Anew and successful departure was
taken at 12.45. The Jfanywsn took but few passengers
this trip although she has a heavy cargo of
This evening the adherents of the "grand old
party," which for so long a time remained on the
outside of the White House at Washington, will
convene for the purpose of organizing an association,
social in its nature. The U. S. President
elect, Cleveland, will be made aware of the proceedings
at the banqaet of tho 11th inst, by vote
of thoso who gather together to-night.
Messrs S. J. Levey &. Co, tho well known grocers,
on Fort street, with an eye towards business aad
the accomodation of their customers have ordered
an invoice of ready dressed turkeys, from San
Francisco and the consignment is expected hero
per steamer Alameda on tho 22nd inst. The necessary
appendages, such as cranberries, mints, etc.,
are already arrived and the turkeys are coming.
This afternoon Mr. E. P. Adams will preside at
a special matinee to be held in the spacious snow,
rooms of G. W. Macfarlane &. Co., on Fort street,
to which ladies and their escorts, and children, are
admitted free of charge. Thei:oods will be open
to the inspection of prospective buyers during this
morning and tho display is well worthy of a visit
from lovers of the carious, elegant and' novel.
The choppy sea in the harbor Sunday prevented
the boating clubs from making much of an appearance,
the only representatives from the Mvrtlo
club being the six-oared Ulian and four-oared
Jinl, While and Hint. The Honolulu club had bat
one representative daring the entire day, and he in
pulling in rough water towards the Cattle-wharf,
swamped and was compelled to return to the boat-house.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Uat, Sr celebrate the 50th
anniversary of their wedding, at their residence on
Punchbowl street, this evening. The many friends
of the well-known and respected couple will be
pleased to take advantage of this " golden" opportunity
and will visit and congratulate the happy
coaple upon tho anniversary of their half century
or wedded bliss. The Gizstte sends sWa nnd a
wish of continued long life and happiness.
The southerly aud westerly winds prevailing
during the past week have borne landward an
almost insufferable stench, arising from the decaying
bodies of foar horses fastened to the pile buoys
in the harbor entrance. Sharks havo been
the cause of offense qoite rapidly, bat, while
in existence it was smellable evidence of tho
ignorance and carelessness of Board of Health
officials who had tho dead bodies placed there.
The new skating rink, on Queen street, under
the management of Mr. Thomas Wall, promises to
becomo ono of the most popular resorts in Honolulu
on account of tho exercise and enjoyment to be
obtained there. A visit to this establishment by
thoso who consider that lifo has no bright sides
would quickly dispel the illusion as one can give
more hearty laughter in fire minutes, at the performances,
than in two hours at tho best minstrel
A fine caso of fruit was left at the Gazrm: office
last Wednesday, thanks to Mr. Z. K. Myers. The
case contained an unusual assortment of appetizing
things; rosy checked apples, lemons, real
lemaur, limes, Brazilian nnts, hickory nuts, walnuts,
grapes in two varieties, etc The box was
duly appreciated. Mr. Myers shows that a fine
class of fruit can be brought down here in excellent
condition. He is supplied with frefcb articles
by every steamer.
The indications which have been prevalent daring
the past two weeks of a coming storm,
culminated in the advent of the boisterous
weather noticeable here on the Htb. inst, the wind
blowing a half a gale from the south-west and
west between two and four p. m.on that date, with
contiuuoos heavy 'squalls and rain until midnight.
On the 15lh the early riser enjoyed the " trades,''
but the wind, soon after sunrise, shifted to tho
westward and has since remained in that quarter.
As the yacht Pauline was coming in the harbor
on the 11th inst, she run ashore oil the lighthouse.
Some of the members nf the "Mvrtle" club who
were in swimming, seeing the dilemma of the
yacht without waiting to dress, piled into one of
the club boats, went to the rescue and after a little
lal.or Succeeded in getting the yacht clear. The
bow-oarsman of the rescuing crew, at this juncture,
spied a shark aud the voyage of adventure was
continued, necessary arms in the shape of a harpoon,
being obtain from lighthouse-keeper Williams.
After an exciting chase a shark about fif
teen feet long was finally harpooned, but
stances presented his capture, the circumstance!
being, the nartinc of the rone, and the demrtnro
of the shark with the harpoon. The four
ticanuumciua Kavu up loruer quest ana returned
tn their boathouse. The fact that they had
remained so King dresiod ouiy4n. sunshine was
soon painfully apparent and to-day lubrications
oy various ointments are xnauigeu tn.
Wind strong W.byN. barometer 3.65 weather
cloudy and threatening, were the indications
imi ou loo loio inst.
Th steamers for windward did not leave hero
yesterday afternoon on account of the boisterous
weather prevailing. The riaaler of tb I.S.N.
vo, nowerer, sailed on time, for Kauai.
John Purvis, an employee at the Honolulu Iron
Works, while eating his breakfast at the "Old
vomer ' restaurant on the roaming or the IGlh
inst, fell in a fit and was conveyed to the Hospital.
Tho numbers on the lamps of carriages are just
as hard to distinguish as ever but the present result
is the work of patient stndy and combined effort
on the part of the authorities having the mat
ter in cnarge, viz; Marshal soper and bU tntelli.
The new building for Love's bakery, which has
risen from the ashes cf the old, is
now in a condition to allow the transaction of the
business of the firm therein, and customers will
now bo served with daily broad from the new store.
The reputation of the firm as caterers to the public
taste will be maintained and a portion of the public
patronage is desired.
Col. Peter Saxe. jollity and business combined,
breezy as a trade wind, called into the Gizrrrr.
office one day last week and paid his respects to
the tmiet nm. Col. Saxe with his wife, is here for
a season of business and pleasure, and intends to
do the islands thoroughly before his return to the
Coast His observations will be duly chronicled in
the columns oi the K. Y. H'orW and Troy.Daily
rrett, of which papers he is the 'Occasional'' correspondent
The business portion ot his mission
is stated in an advertisement in another column-Mr.
A. Kraft tho watch-maker and jeweller,
has removed from Campbell's Mock, Merchant
street to Xo 83 King street adjoining, Mr
S Store where he baa nrwnMl a fin,
of goods in his line, and intending purchasers
.wujM u mcii uicAiinuu uammo nis gooas ueiore
making their holiday purchases.
A sharp shock of earthquake was felt at Hilo on
edncsday rooming at five minutes to nins.
The Schooner Mnloto. Goodman master, arrived
at Hilo on Thursday, Dec tth, from San Francisco
wuu a lull car?o or merrbnTMllM rnr I .an.
pahoehoe. She sailed for Laupahoehoe on Friday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. a Austin arrived at Hilo by lbs
A'iiiitk from Honolulu, on Thursday, Dec sth. On
Friday evening they held a reception at the home
of Mr. L, Severance, which was a very eniorable
The Schooner .Imimt. AfrCallnnob riaiU. umivmI
at Hilo on Thursday. Dec 4th. 21 days from San
rranciseo, with a full cargo of general
uise. one unngs a larga quantity of telephone
material to the Hilo Telephone Company, to be
used in extending their line through the district of
Hamakua and to Kawaihae.
Koloa mill is grinding and as a consequence there
is more noise in tho neighborhood.
Mrs. John Sherman left here last week to take a
tnp to the East sailing in the Martntm from Honolulu
on tho 151b. inst She carries many good
wishes with her.
The weather has been quite pleasant dning the
past two weeks, in the early mornings however
there is a decided o tola expressed towards blankets.
Mr. George Goodacre sugar boiler at Koloa mill,
while attending to some repairs being made in the
sugar-boiling machinery, had a rush of blood to
the head, and fell into the vacuum pan. Happily
there was no steam on, the mill not working and
he w as relieved without serious Injur.
Political Lyrics No. 5.
ur.s x a rain scrroRTra or a coascrr oovcesxest.
Awake reluctant raose and sing the lay
Of advent lite from Frisco's Famoas biy,
Uf Soulless babble broneht tnhalbth fa
Or raake mincemeat of tnem for coch poor strans
Are nothing by the way to hireling scribe
t ho'II wrile on any side for sorry Tirtbe,
Who's safe It first his palm Is so well rreas'd
lie can't refrain from sbovrlng he's well plr a'd
With strutting sulk who'd look so princely proud
Aud never even think of talking load :
So sure he'd be of putting all men down
Wlih artful fiction orw ltn rorron frown.
And flirsius mod at which he is so deft
He'd rake the slums till nothing vile's thrre h ft
And having inhered all the filth In town
And well digested ll In rev'rie brown
He'd spirt it out on all rood men and true
For that's his trade, and so he would serve you
With or wilhont occasion should you dare
Think for yourself and never have a care
To bolster op these Job! the which he tries
Toadiocate, and from the trrth far file.
Scouting hat's Just-hoping that guile may gain
A splendid triumph then the golden rain
Would fall refreshing shower for work he'd done
And he himself blaze out like brazen sun
We know full well that black he says Is white
And tells nsbAlthoutJrjlujhing day Is
And many other inconsistent things "
To help along the tuneless song he sings,
Such as "the opposition has done naught,
"And Gibbie and his band just all they ou-hl
" lis right that Kings enjoy the public wealth
"And gather all they can by art or stealth,
" Not being bound to rule by law or right
" But lust to please themselves a pleasant sl"ht
To all designing dullards In all lands,
" And mercenary slaves who prowl In bands.
" Like those in gorgeous guise who bow the knee
" For lucre's sake In happy Hawaii
see. see, how I get ou who serve the King
" How well 1'mfsaeted who engage tojsing
" His praxes' his magnificence, his state
" How punished those who will rnsb on their fate;
" Who will not cringe nor crouch to swell his pride
" I'll write them down I'll be a certain guide
" To had them downwards but for me Ijl share
tt nu uidoic ana uis lew me aainijr lire
" So well dispens' by him on those who stoop
' And to keep him then when he can swoop
' Down upon the land and find find the pelf
To help his master me too and himself.
" Yes, yes. I'll stick by him he'll treat me well
" And ice me finely I don't fear a sell
" He'll summon other toadies likeraysclr
' But flunkies fit for nothing bat the shelf
Whereon thy should be laid, then send the crew
" To scoffat, blame, and ridicule the true.
' Whit matter if he does and so do we,
" It pays ns well, what better can there be I
"Hell share among ns all his golden spoils :'
" I'll bide my time, and when he spreads his toil"
But soft my muse, don't travel quite so fist ;
You're shonedns what you can do so at list
Please take a w ell earned nap lay down the pen.
And do not slander so that best of men
Who only camo from Frisco's fimous bay
To make a living in a decent wiy.
What if he calls black white whit's that to you!
You don't believe it none but blockheads do
Tell him he's smart bat over sensitive;
Say that he is almost too good to live;
Tell him his writing's pure and true and nice,
I f wanting anything a thonsrht more snlce
W ould make more than perfect and so true
All must believe except a very few-Tell
him his candor's great, his Urtue rare
Facts unlmpcacbablejhlt fame as fair.
Then, then Indeed you'll puzale him I trow
He'll wonder what yon mean be Hiking to,
Be sure he's found by this his ravings vain
Have brought him little comfort, much of pain.
The fiir. the fair, the wonderful fair;
Sit down and III tell you who was there
And how the girls dressed their beautiful hair.
The dresses they wore and the beauties they were.
There wsi little Miss , her dress was well made,
She Is xnjjHliU but she never will fade
For her charm is good nature, ber whole stock in trade
Is faultless indeed she's a beiutlrul maid.
Then there was a tall girl, her name I don't remember.
But she warmrd up the heart of old and cold December;
She is SO verr beanlifnl. besides she Is a msmrirr
Of Church and keeps holidays as well as weeks called
There were bevies of beauties In Mat, pink and white,
Whose eyes would illumine the darkness of nighl;
Commend me to one little darling In blue,
I don't mean blue stocklogs, perhaps they were too.
She gave her small orders with debonnaire grace.
While her charming brown locks and ber exquisite fare
Caused such admiration from him at her side,
o effort he made hit enchantment could bide.
And then the galaxy In mhltcandniobcap
Who waited so deftly on any poor chap
Who had something to spend on Ice' cream or cake.
And served him so well that no change he would lake.
I need not say more about them, at least here,
1 or I'm sure if 1 did I'd not end till next yen.
And there was a sweet, pretty creature.
Good temper In every feature, '
Her cream-colored frock in its folds did cnlock
A gem for wboci cr could reach her.
This frock which I named.
Seemed to be iofiamed.
In spots 'twas a by-Yes,
ruby 1 said.
For a ruby Is red,
Em she wouldn't waste smiles on a booby.
The spots were the ribbons so bright
In due contact with dress so light,
lluby and cream a queer mixture they seem,
llut nothing could be more right
Thru there was Hetty and Betty, x
And Panic and MaUie,
And Alice and Sophie,
And Annie and Jennie,
And I don't know hon many more.
Oh! I'd nearly forgot
There was MabrC and Sally and Moggy,
llut in my description,
Indeed its no fiction,
I'm liecoinlug quite f eggy.
So I'll leave the rest on the floor.
The Cathedral Fair.
The fair in aid of the furnishinr; fund of the
new Cathedral which was held in the Y. SI. a A.
buildiuc last Friday, nroved a most brilliant and
The large upper hall was surrounded by beautifully
decorated stalls presided over by the mt
prominent ladies of the land. On reaching the
head of tho stairs one turned to the rijrht and came
upon tho candy stall, which was roost popular
with the folks and the stock was completely
sold out and had to be renewed. This was presided
over by Miss rotwin,Miss Mist and Miss
wells. Queen Emma's table was also most
populcr and that lady and her active assistants
made tho sales at the fair. H. B. H. the
Princess Likelike made a fine display of fancy
work and some distinctively native curios. Tho
table presided over by Mrs. Wellis, Mrs. Mackintosh
and Mrs. Wallace was loaded with pretty
things, amons which some photographs of the
Princess of Wales contributed by Kine Kalakaua.
there were also a couplo of ingenious models of
native houses. Mrs. Dowsett, Mrs. Bickerton and
Mrs. T. IL "Walker had stalls on the left hand side
of the room. The toy table was liberally patronized
and one little fellow was heard to ask eagerly
for "a mice," a mice that could jump, he got it
loo. A regular fairy bower was arranged on the
platform, which was devoted to the sale of Bowers.
Miss Widemann, Mrs. llajley, Miss Bemice Parke,
Miss Annie Parke and Miss Annie Cleghora presided
over tho stall which proved a great centre of
Oa the ground floor all kinds of good things
were dispensed and pretty Utile waitresses were
ready to bring ice-cream or toothsome salad s at
the behest of any buyer.
Messrs. T. It. Walker and T.May's peep show
must not bo forgotten. It vas a most amusing
exhibition and worth doubta the money. Thfi
feature was splendid.
geoss czcxim at rim. nrcnura ISrn, Hit.
Urs.WHlls'etall US J
U. U. Onecn Emma', stall . Tie "jo
II. K. If. Princess Likcllke's stall . tn a
Mrs. Davles' stall , 3ITID
Mrs. loweetts stall, toys.... .
airs. lEobertson's stall ........ ... 11 1U
Miss Luce's stalk lemonade, about a to
illss Widemann's. stall, flowers, about.... . 101 10
Miss MIsl'a stall, candy, abonu..... .30
Mrs. Bickcrton'e stall. Christmas 3 30
Miss Fnller aad Miss Covington, refreshments 2.7
Peep show ... ... . !l
The publication of a number ot Hawaiian airs
makes an era in the musical world of, this city.
In times past there have been a few, Hawaiian
compositions published, but they have never been
put forth in distinctive form ; with the exception
of Princess Liliuokalani's hymn. Mr. Bergcr, the
Bandmaster of the Hawaiian Band, has arranged
and Messrs. J. M. Oat 3 r. Co. hare puBlkhcd a
collection of UawaliaaauVunder the title, "Mele
Hawaii,"' which ought" to become very popular
with all music lovers here, and should also meet
with approval abroad.
The "get up" of the publication isgood. There
rs a very pretty view of Diamond Head ,by moonlight
forming a medallion in the 'center Of the.
title page, with "a frame work of cocoanut and
date palms which is both tropical and effective.
The printing is clear and has but few errors,
which can be readily detected and corrected by
The list of nine numbers can be divided iato
two parts vocal and instrumental. Tho latter
consists of four marches, "Sweet Lei Lehua,
"Inamaiaainana," "Ka Moi Kalakaua" and
" La Hanau o ke Alit" These are great favorites
when the Band plays and are tunes whistled by all
the small boys in town. They are bright little
pieces with plenty ot "go" to thtm land will bo
Tery acceptable tq young piano players.
The Hawaiian songs are of coarse the most distinctive
t feature, there are fire in number. First
of these is "Hawaii Ponoi," the Hawaiian national
hymn, composed by II. Berger. This is a well
known composition, both here aud abroad. It is
a hymn which no country need be ashamed of.
"Aluha oe"(Iove to yon), is the composition of
the Prince-vi Liliuokalani, who owns the copyright
but has given Messrs. Uat .t Go. permission to
publish the song along with this set Like all
compositions of primatiie races, there is n'ecrtain
sadness in the air as there is in another song MAhi
wela." Both these should becomo very popular,
the melodies are sweet and catching. "Elcilo"
(the. water fall).and"ha Makani'' I tho wind l.
are also pleasing melodies.
It argues progress when a city begins to advance
in the arts, and no place need be ashamed of the
step forward which Hawaii has raado in musical
composition. It u to be hoped that the collection
will be enlarged, there are several native airs
which used to be popular, but have fallen into ob
it iuu. huiui wiKut i reviTcu wim auvaniagc
Praise is duo to Mr. Ilerrrer fur his enprrrv nml
ability in putting forward the collection in the
shape he has, nnd it is to be hoped that ho will
reap a proper pecuniary rcwaiu.
The following suggestions with regard to caltlo
branding may be ot nse here, though as far as is
known, Hawaiian cattle men never brand on tho
side Tire Shoe aurl Leatler Reporter, in a recent
issue, gives diagrams illustrating tho way in which
the hide is injured, and in ono diagram shows
eight actual brands upon one side of sole leather,
thus enabling tho tanners to get bnt half tho
of soles they otherwise would were thcro no
brands on the sides. In" place ot branding the-hides
on the sides, the tanners suggest that the
brands be put upon either the neck, shoulders, or
butt and that is the matter which the committee
of tanners propose to bring before the convention.
The practice the cowboys indulge in of prodding
the cattle with sharp irons-while they are being
driven is also condemned, and the tuners trust
they maybe able to influence a reform in that
respect The nso of barbed-wire fences to inclose
cattle is said to work injury to the hides by reason
of the cattle rubbing against tho sharp barbs, and
thus causing scratches in tho, hides which causes
them to split in tanning, thus being almost as injurious
as side-branding. The loss of 1 dollar
pcrhide would not be likely to bo felt by' tho cattle
dealers, but when the loss falls on the tanner,
when competition is down to such a fine point, tho
loss is stated to be serious. The loss at 50c per
hide on each hido tanned in tho United Ktt
-would be likely to amount to a largo sum fnthe
year, oat ine amount can naruiy bo calculated.
EDrroa GlZETTx: Amongst the other fannv
things is tho refusal of tho country Post Offices
to give drafts on Honolulu when the Kalakana
Spreckels dollars are presented. Why, the writer
cannot see. Do all government offices refuso to
accept the Kalakana Spreckels Dollar? It is not
SO long ago that the cabinet f?l wero nlrmitr
anxious to them, so much so in fact that
they illegally issued our gold interest beating-payable
in gold, bonds for a large amount of them.
ui ooure wo wen understand tnat we will never
Ky those illegally obtained bonds and that tho
S. Government will never assist its citizens to
compel the payment of bonds which wcro so issued.
A writer in one of tho pipcis proposes that
a lot of the Kalakaua Spreckels Dollars be re-shipped
and disposed of for gold, would Jt not bo
advisable for the holders of those illegally obtained
bonds to take back whatever we do not want
of tbem and cancel that ranch of the debt A
good business man always prefers to pocket his
losses as soon as lossible. Messrs Low A Co
ought to sco It. Certainly we will have tho rising
generation educated up to tho refusal to pay for
what this generation has not had value for.
Chicanery wont ply in tho long run. The honest
man lives longest Maui.
Ueceit returns made to tho controller of Texas
show a rapid increase in wealth and population
during tho past few years. Tho increase in the
assessed valuation last year was over SKJ,000,000.
The total assessed valoo of the State in ISSi was
f533.000.000. as arainst Kill.fl0n.rni in IRSn
increase in four years of nearly $275,000,000. That
apart of this increase in assessed value may be
due to improved assessment methods is possible,
but the larger part is probably doe to Wonderful
development of that Stale daring past few
years. That the assessment is still incomplete is
evidenced by tho fact that the assessed value of
the railroads of Texas is but 10,000,000, while the
actual valoo is claimed to bo over $200,000,000.
Ine school lands nf that Shito nro not assessed,
and worth about $100,000,000. According to tho
Stale bureau of statistics tho population in ISSI
was 2,215,700, as compared with 101,700 in 1SS0
an increase in four years of G23,95J, or at raloof
155,000 per year. That the real value of tho property
in that State is really much more than is
reported is evident, but tho great inrceaso shown
in the value of tho property already assessed gives
proroHeof a further increaso in material prosperity
Call for yoar silver present at Fishers.
Black nnd colored Jersey waists. Bilk miked, only
$5 at Fishcl's.
The Committee of Management of the Fair lately
held for the p'nrpose of providing the interior furniture
of St. Andrew's Cathedral desire to express their
sincere thanks to Ihc many ladles and gentlemen who
have so kindly assisted In preparing for and carrylns
on the Fair, and to the Committee oflhe Youii"
Urn's Christian Association fol prcmisslon loose Ihe
Association's rooms. '
On behalf or the Committee
('Sucd) " E. JT, WILLIS.
The Enemy of FHe::Tlie
Harden Hand Grenade.
Ornccorrnc Assxrar i
lltTcorr. 3licn Mav 27th, 18il. f
Ihe iii:ht of May tlh, I had
to nse Ihe Harden Hand (Jrcnade Fire ExUnuNh.
ere, with which my boat was supplied, and found It did
Its work fully better than I expected.
It- Ilvxas, Master Str Arctic.
wuMb flu, ICOu,
was callrd to another part of Ihe house. When she ic.
turned she found Ihc, floor covered with burn Id; oil aud
J.'"1ik.Jte "'rsray. She quickly applied oncof your
Hand Grenades which .cave almost ioslantlv the desired
eflect. No house should be without Ihcm.
Columbia Iron Works, cor. Fulton i Jcffciton st.
. Ss FruNciscu. Septllth,
. . broil, h J72t JTottoouiery Street, Cilg:
Vtxn Sia. We take pleasure In Informing you of the
cood work done by your Hand Grenades at our fscterv
in Alameda yesterday. A fire can;ht upon the shin-le
roof of a larse frame structure and burned furiously
and for a lime endangered our entire works. Thefire
was burningovrr about one hundred feetof surface
when the alarm wasglten. and the men
the nest floor, seized the grenades and had to co ui
three aic.hu of stairs to the topof the bnildlng, which
is sixly lect hi;h, and there was difficulty in
fire ou account or the steepness or the
roof and the absence of cleats, which ccca.ioned considerable
delay. When the men reached the lire Hier
instantly extlniullhed it by the B!e of your lijeil
Grenades, althoush the shlnzlea were well bnmed. "iVc
believe your crenades saved the building from total
destruction. Please send ns an additional enpplv immediately.
Vonn very truly,
W. T. CcLimx Co.
Orders should be addressed to Z. K. Myers, Manatee
California rr wince and Provision Co., Hotel Street.
Honolulu. II. 1. lOKte.
C. BREWER & CO.
litz to call the attention of Ihc Tnbtic to
their cxtcn? Irr and rarlrtl
STOCK of CARRIAGES
OX HASH ASD FOUSALE.
liberal Discount Made to
Cash Purchasers !
The Stock Is Composed in part as follons.
Extension Top Carriages,
Open Buggies, Canopy-Top Phaetons,-Park
Phaetons, 2-Wheeled Brakes,
Express Wagons, Grocer Wagons,
Democrat Wagons !
Mule Carts, Ox Carts, Cane Carts,
Hand Carts and Canal Barrows.
BREWER & CO.
Honolulu. Dec 16th. ISal. low.im
Blank Book Manufacturer
JLAXK COOES OF ALL EscKirrioss,
n ' I.
Inledand Bound to Order
With Xeatnesr and Llisp.ich.
" .Blank Books. Msirazlne. Lesul and Newspapers
Bound in various styles and at Reasonable PrlceaES
27 Merchant St., Gazette Building)
l8 noaolalu, n. I.
PrriRSxxA:Soa(HomcrroIk Saxe) are brcrdtn
aid importers of xvtar vab.ztt or domestic
llVe StOCE. WrliwinlJi
,.l. m M. K.l
ness for the past Wmil teies; hare Imported 135
vNiunuiiun iuci,a!rra andJlldaio states lo California.
(Home Offlee. Lick House. Sin Francirco.) We
tn slftl dealers In tiiunc axiwats, especially sheep
pnrcs and on convenient terms.
..S. , "."""'"us Spreckels." rrrlved nlac . head of
. ItnillCin. Shitrt llwa ! a ...Vlu Tt
71- siavaw inn, rare i lll .I J .rune,
or ferecdla; Ikrk?lilre pics nd hoc. We pt to
rtinAiunrrc two or three for healtl.
na eUm4(e' In themeiniiiue wUIrrcflre orders
lor any brcrd iunlljor rtnln.ort.ooD BRtKtmodo
tQCMie SiTiFirrrnsr llritfivrtirL lM
wtth K. W. Lai Df, Eit , N'o. 31 Fori Jtret, Hon old In.
ira 1IT1B gAS.. tE If OK Eft roiaCSAXK.
A iraw DEPARTURE!
MIL Inform Ms rrltml
and the public that he b.iopncUft
Depot at No. 77 King St.,
rou the sale or
HA.T AND GRAIN
AS WELL AS ALL KINDS UF
Feed for Fowls, Etc.,
In Larce and Small Quantities , as required.
Telephono No. 258. !n"o
Freeth & Peacock
No. 23 Nuuanu Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.
Wine & Spirit
Offer for Sale at the
Lowest Rflarket Rates
George Goulct Champagne, in pts. and qts.
Chas. Farre Champagne, in pts. and qts.
Carlton Frere Champagne, in pts. and qts.
Fine Old Cal Brandy in Bulk,
Pure Virginia White Rye Whiskay,
Budweiscr Lager Beer, pts. & qts.
A and Well Selected Slock ot
A 1 warn on tund and for bale at pricce Uiatdffjr cow-petition
Conn try orders solicited.
TELkTHOXE 10. r. u. box 3rj
Mules Fof Sale
pilltUK VAIK OJ-' JIUTjIW, AVKI.L
X BROKEN TO HAItNESS and in fine condition.
The animals are in Kuloa. Kanal.
(l"H)St for sale liy . A. SCIIAEFEU .t CO.
F. H. OEDINC.
BAGGAGE EXPRESS AND DRAYMAN.
OFFK'i: SO. si KISO STIiEET,
Telephone Xo. !. I Residence "o. 17
Mr. Oi:u.it's expresses atlend to the arrival of all
steamers and tho delivery or freight and of
eveij description Is attended to carefnllv, nnlckly and
at rcasooablo rates. Hinl lyo
COR. MILLER AND liEKETAXIA STS.
Offlee Hours from 7 to P; I lo 6. l'cst Odce Itoi SXS
may 1ms left at Ihc l'anthcon blables.a
LAIME &, CO.
l.ri:. i.aki.i; or thi:
Hay, G-Fain, &c.
WHICH Is OFFEIIKD AT THE
Lowest Market Prices
AND DELIVERED FREE TO AST PART OF THE CITT
Pacific Mutual Lire Insurance! Comiiany,
Agents for the "HOOVEIt TELEPHONE."
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
X3TTELEPJIOXE XO. 47. ll tf
A DIIItl.VSA.MI r.l'M.MXS (Itnim .""I'AT.
1. y done at the Oazctle Oilier.
Notice to Creditors.
rpjn: UXDKItSIGNKl) HKUK1IY
X cive notice that lliiy have been appointed Execu
tors of the Wilt of Ilernico Pauahl Million, late of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu. deceased. All persons
bavin? any claims against said Lstale, whether secured
by mortgage or otherwise, must present Ihe same duly
authenticated, and with iironervonrhcrs If any exist,
to the undersigned williiu six month, from this date
or they will be forever tarred. All persons Indebted tn
said estate are to make immedist. pavtnent.
CHAS. R. HlfllOI'.
Honolulu. DitemlxT 3d. 11. ma lm
J. W. HINGLEY.
G. J. WALLER,
TO THE FB0HT !
A UltEAT BOOS
To the Honolulu Public
MUTT01T, F0SK, & FISH
SKIT FOR 1 DAYS AFTKtt BZIXQ KILLED.
BT BELL-COLEMAN'S PATEHT DRY
Unaranleed to keep loner after deliver than ntESII
KILLED 3JKAT3. To be had In .nr ot
Jilt. WALLER'S MAHKET..
On Kl: Street. II eat for sale all da.
On Xnnana Street.
Hotel Street Market,
On Hotel Mieet.
At tie Fish Market.
On Sfannakra Slrcrt.
On JleeV Street. Beef and Tork.
8-Thanking Ihe public for past favor., I solicits
continuance of thesama.
W T O. J. WALLER.
Followih" Goods .Inst Received
Black French. Merinos,
Ladles' and fi enl's Umbrella..
Linen Shertlni;. Fine Silks.
Ladles' nnd Rent's Hosiery.
Embroidered Cloth Table Covers
Ladies1 & Gent's Underwear,
"Woolen & .Cotton Shirts,
i.aii'ie ,inn jir.vr nri
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
Wool Dres Hood.
Ladies' Hats, trimmed and nntrlmmed;
Edgings and Insertions,
, A MSB LOT or
New Designed Prints,
Ard a tirert Vailely of both
English and American Goods
Ex Recent Arrivals :
tlltacrBcer,lnitu A iU;
Superior U ln ts ai Chateau,
Latotir, Lafltte, Jlrdoc.
G II.Lr PAGNES
or Ctiai. Kit-re. Carte ttlanche. Ln Brnn Frerea
& Co., Carte d'Or.
Bert SchletUm Gin, In ft one antl -la! ;
Superior Port and .Sherry,
Cnrao, Orange BItttrf .
Crcmede Praline?, CremerteCatAo.
!j, I, :, 3 and 5 Uallons;
Alao Best I'ortl.nd Cement, of Slrhman & Licfman.
1'atent Sleel I-Point Daib Wire, at jrreatly reduced
prices, Uicc and l'addy Hags, Piano of
Different 3Iakcrs. nir FOH BALE nT
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
1031 . (WEEN STIIEET.
Election of Officers.
A MKBTINO Ol TIIK STOCK-holders
of the UAI.AWA SL'OAR COMPANY,
held at Ihe otBce of f. Ilrewrr A Co., this dj). the
rollowini' officers were elected, t All the vacancies
caused by the death of Mr. Henry 31ayt
Mr. John II. Paly as Prrsldrnt
Mr. Thos. It. Foster as ...-. Director
J. O. CARTER.
Sec'y. Italawa Mirzar Co.
llonolnlo. November lae I. MM lm
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company & lteserreMTIclchsmarke,(Wn,(ltn
' their He-Insurance Companies 101,60,101
FIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of IheCompany A Iteserre..Rcichsmark 83WI.IW
u Uiclr He-Insurance Companies M .tvuysji
Total... . Itelchsmaik U,S-l,l)
JL of the above three companies for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Huildlnzs, Fnrnltnre.
Merchandise aud Produce. Machinery. Ac-, alsogngsr
and Rice Mills, and vessel, lo the harbor, against loss
or ilamaso by firs on the most favorable terms.
KM ly . U. IIACKFELD CO.
,1a W. HING-LEY fc CO.,
FINIS HA.VA.3ST A.
IJIPOKTEnS AND DEALERS IN
:ina fe Cliewin.e? Tobacco
Extra IJiiality Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Manila, Sumatra, ami
l)iitch Leaf Tobacco For Sale.
Cigars made to order for many Desired Leaf Tobacco.
lr In t.mphell. Dlock. So. u Fort Street and 78 Hotel street. Honolulu, II. I. tfo
Silver! Silver! Silver!
GREAT SILVER GIFT SALE!
Saturday, November 29, 188$,
ua.T o. ar.
$5,000 WORTH OF SILVER PRESENTS
Will be GIVEN AWAY during this Sale !
Butter Knives, Butter Dishes, Castors,
Etc., to Every Customer: Purchasing $2.50 Worth of Goods,
BOTE'S', TOYS, T-0-S"S,
$2,500-WORTH OF TOYS--$2,500
And Xmas Present's i will he given away during this Sale to
Customers buying SI worth or more.
Don't Buy Toys for Christmas,, but call at
CHA.S. J. PISHEL'S
natf Corner Fort and Hetsl 8trt.
B7I.YOWS & urvxT,
Special Sale of
Vienna Beermat Auction
. A. i
Wo bare rterlTnl Irfstractfams l strut Public iwtW
at ssr Salesrooms. W V &
"Wednesday, Dec 17th
At tl o'clock hoaii. I'tws ot
VIENNA BEER Iff BOND
rint. aad Uissrts. ex tlarlt r K niskon.
In Ueod Order.
LT05H A LKTKT. Aaetlonecra.
Of order ot A JAKIIKR, ESQ. Admlal.traloe o th
Estate of FTLenehaa. deceased, we will sell
at rnbllc Auction, on
Thursday, Dec. 18th
At 10 n , it Sle room, the Stock of M
titr. contBtic; of
Champagne, Brandy, Etc.
LTOXS J6 LSVST. Aattionccn..
Grand Evening Sale
Thursday Even'g. Dec. 18
At o.clock. we will sell .1 onr Salesroom.,
a Lare Cpllecthns of
Xmas Goods !
JAPANESE GOODS, TOYS
And a srneiai assortment .ir (iooib for
Christmas and Hew Years'
JB I.KVKT. .Inetlonorrs.
Grand Auction Sale,
Saturday Even'g., Dec. 20
At ear Salesrooms, at 7 o'clock, of
Continued from Adit from last week.
I-TO-II I.EYET. Amttooecrr
GENUINE TOY SALE
or THE SEASON
On Monday Night, Dec. 22
At ; o'clock, it oat siiefromn. we villi ,
A Ltincc (MBtlu of
Toys, Bolls, fec
LYOSS Jt tKVET. Auctioneers.
Dressed Turkeys for
Xmas, on Ice!
Will IteceWf Ter NTMIl ALA.MKDA. on ICE
A Small Lot ot Choice
TURKEYS Already DRESSED
a- only llmittd
PQPPlr will be on hitnL We hare iln n hin.1 .n.t t
arrlTr, a lirje anil Tarled awittnrot of
AnJ CHRISTMAS tiWIHS. .li tranbrriles.
sals of all kinds, lanilr. I nrl.lmas Tree
Umaieents, Etc . ALSO, t'lr.h star
Hams, Bacon, Lard, Cheese
lOKVl Etc.. Elr.. Etc
J. H. OAT, JR., & Co.'s.
Real Estate For Sale!
TIIK LNUEHS(NRt OPFKIbt FOR
SALE. FOUR DIFFKHET LOTS
Or LAND WITH UU1LUI59M
Tbcmm,itmtft at LELEO.
tAVT Xu. t -It W feet tnmtagr ra Rlav . n4 111
ircimiDvrnr.aiahirff. m UPMa.imt 14
the tald lot one ItwclMitfHMte XatH
fiYe room, kltchfn ad . Th tloaf tf lb
Xood ortltr. and l nw k-ad for JtJW per annttm, rtnt
pajable moniblj. aod Inadrasce. ttaWI Leiacu(l
on the let ilx vt .srpipmWr, A. 1. I"ttt. for lixa Urm of
Are yeaf. and Ihe mM IUh and Lot wHI be hU
to W Irate. Inttire't for 3IJ1 ihe buffer
1AYT .. a-I Hi fert in X feet In
depth, and hi on It feur
rooms above undone roootbelew, afrit abect lo a
rent of &Jt per month, and ba no lee. Tbe IIoaq u
In sood rrpalr.and bet three jeam oM. and I3nz33
fet.indbiM'rrantbotue. rontalnlnx font rmni.
Inird for $7K Ihe poHey Mpirln;4nM3Wh, tdK.
IOT ?f a. 31(44 a llotMe o the amw
feet, and Lot I tl feet la let) 2th amlCU feet
In drplb. rabJTt to a monthly real of $k Iatrtd
fr $.'. ihi policy expf line Jene li, ;wj3. -
IOT . 1 In a twotery Home. atljU feet. The
UDdUKKftellnd'pthand M feet la wWlh. and It
not rrnted. I a to red for $. the ptrHcy expiring 4na
T1IKHK l.TH .inE
and there are two ro.iIw.ja to the same front KIbt SI
Ther will le tuM Kparateljr or the whole fonr Lot.
sold tosethcr. S.ld Iota are well fenced feach lotl. and
the title of the same la fee simple.
rou i.iroim.iTio'c tt
plans of the Lots, applfto the nndersljned. whrr a
plan of the said Lots can .he een, .nitiiUirr Informs-lion
can be had. at his odke.erer DUttop'A Co.'stnank.
W. C. PARKE.
Ilonololn. IVcgmberad. It
Administrators Notice of
Sale of Eeal Estate.
. ,r;tor. ?' l.-". E,ul ' Wllllairt Hodje. late of
Walla. Island of Kanal. has been lleen
ft.? Ett:!.!r":,."M' Honorahle JoIlardT.4nd
Ith Jocllei.l Clren t. to .-II br 1'ihll. I..l .il ...5
whole the Reat E.tate and BnlldlBz. which beknzed
to raid decedent at Walalha aforesaid, the description
ni w aica i. conuinra in a eeruiii tfeea froorS.maet S
Castle and Joeph B. Atherton and S. ". Castle
LM'TU1,"' in"P U " lo Mkl William
date.1 rrbrnar; Sf .1. A. U. vr.i. and rreordod In
the omce of the Kszlstrar of Corner ineoa In Itonoliln.
L,lI'or ljajdoBpe.ir and SSI: aUbra snrrei
-7 s; lled September sah. A D.lirj.
showln: that the propertr booaded SW br Kraka's
land: S. bjrlhe tlar.a IIMd; E. brtha KonohIM lands
nd W. br the W.lnllia Rl. ...1 .. .l-'V.
(SLoOorS acre, (more or leuj. Then Is on the Ud
'J',,"" ProDCT,' "J tealrable one.
either a li Ilome.tead or a. an lares Iment, there btitx
Ktersl l.tlaese eotnpanle. destrou of leailns the
land for rice cnttore.
fshalUlM kII One Share In the WalnUia HnL
o'clock noon. ""
"-Tenna stricUj cash Inuedlaterjr after the sale:
deeds at the expense of purchaser.
'aaw at. U1BS03.
KItlnU. lU.alel. Uecessberal 7UKL raji
AilmlnlMtrator's Notice. .
ir'lS 'Pixijoteil Adrflloistrttnrsof the E.uto of
J. W K.half. Ul-of Kaatmhe. deceased,
hr order of
Hon. A. V. JnlL Ailed the J 1th dar of CTenbe?Ui.
ner.oj nocujau person, lat mi; cUlm. asalast said
rsute. to present them with the ronehera dalr
within six month, from iki. rf.t. h.;. .. .k
offlee of W. B. Castle. In Honolulu, or (her will oi
fOTerer harrnl. Person, owing sablesUte are reqacted
to nuke rmnicdlate parnent uthe said oaea? nheo
iiZOZi'lZil V D'"T euoa
reeorer soea doe.
inteauonolalii, Dee. 2, IKl
t. B. CASTLE,
laa ttlAdmlnKtnlorioltlieEiUHot J. W SaaaU1,
Bj order of O W c I wll
ari' mono aaeuoa, on
Wednesday. Bc IT
At oo n, at OeU lr ATwi :rae: t.1
- Jrsrr nznttrxD x -
Steamer iritmi x, feci
. , j V "t ry
iiOnaon, Mng. land.
And ftrrer before ooeneil. Ttiit nsrMl.i.
prej.IT foe Christina., la .sanaMr too .hijl
of w a!c partlntara wM 1st jtrni r nreratfraj I
Tjr Ooodt wtll tn rradr fr !, Tffcntl
mi wv .nan re peaea ir tare wa wispat; : mi il
r r AD.Utst : o
Oa FrMay. IDec 19tl
At T .'steel, at tmbnoOTH t
LABUE AXD UXALL
Chinese Cabinets n4 iCtfrfoi,
Fine Gold and SSver fowr'nil
Silk Drew Uoodi. rvatwMXtwlt)A. nnrtfcrir
tbltt awl rit.
Fancy Goods & Toys
k. r. Amtn.aoct,
Friday, Dbo. 19th,
Tuesday, Dec. 23d, .
Saturday, Dec. 27th,
AI T f m at Satestomw. a Larja A-k aci:.
CHANCE for EVERYBODY
c r. tnajt.n. w r.
I a tatrMtd town at rsMMsUwa.
Monday, January I9ih
1MPM to tax HM.IvotltVlu.
Koltaaa Zfob 99R.
Th Ah(lsa ai Iln.foUAIl.lt1 IMI -o
Koosv llawott, vtMtm. khfai r
TlwAh.lwaaof IIOKr..1.1 w4 l..lllICt.a ,
N'orlh Kooa, mH MnH ".. Ks
The Ahapoaa of KCAIXV k Sort Sooa Bi j.
Kahsaw ?. sTIH.
ThoKataHMof UCDPCt:4rliMfttiXo. tf..
Tho Koeana of LA.IIUAt'IKt is. JCvM
Th. KaVrau of tAJI III It IHI sa t
H.waH.JJ acre; tUfH Mtnl
The Xaleaaa ot IIO.I VACUA Jnjj
The KsMfia of UO.lUAtiLA. Nottai Uo.
Th. Ahapou ot ral.t lj
ThwAltafoaaof KAALA Ra
TUoIHainaof PAU ss tho AhaaW roMa k
la, tfawail. . (f .. f
A Iliwm Lot It A K All.! i; Kallw. H.
A IISoso Let rAPAl'I. k. ialka.aln
ThtAhiptuofrAEOItfLiMk''..t. I spaau
Htsjai ratent B
sts'r'Foc farther partjcwlar.
Hanoi. la, DecrBhee sth. ten.
H. Hackfeld &lo.
!Uf tag cleared their at Akimtc
are tw opeaUs
,CSES OF NEW tWK
HaiUMf for thr i .ntt mteeit per
Inn la.) "
400, 500 & 800 gallons
H Hackfsld m 0.
LABORERS I SEIftlKTS
yes SALS BT
H. HACKFELET& Ctt
EXCHAKfiE m CMtfM f
J. PARED TO DRAW OS THE' - "
Clurtendl Basic r HitsHu, A-