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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1885.
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CRYSTAL SOD A WORKS Hotel streeet
Vive Cent per Copy,
The bugle Corps of the King's army
is reaching a creditable state of
The Honolulu Rifles will meet for
drill this evening at half past seven.
The members are earnestly requested
to be present.
The theatrical troupe, the " Merry
Makers," that were expected to arrive
by the City of Sydney are still among
Six Chinamen, two Policemen and
another native held an interesting and
prolonged discussion on the Hawaiian
political situation at a Chinese wash
house on Nuuanu street last night.
For the want of space in our local
columns a full report of the entertain
ment held at the Y. M. C. A. last night
in honor to the crew of the Constance
has been placed in the editorial
The steamer 0, R, Bishop arrived
from Waianae and Waialua this
morning at ten minutes to two with
seven saloon passengers and thirty
deck, also 825 "sacks of paddy as
freight She reports rough weather.
Yesterday afternoon on King street
near the Chinese theater,' a Chinaman
was badly injured by a frightened
horse attached to a brake which he was
driving. The annimal was started by
the steam-roller that was working at
Yesterday afternoon at about half
past twelve a horse attached to a buggy
and driven by a Chinaman slipped and
fell at the corner of King and Nuuanu
streets. One of the shaft v as broken
and the horse evidently received a
The prayer-meeting of Fort Street
Church to-night will again be held in
the Y. M. C. A. Hall, the repairs on
the vestry not yet being completed.
Immediately after the prayer meeting
the Standing Committc will meet candidates
for admission to the church.
The weekly prayer meeting at the
Bethel Union Vestry this evening will
be a praise and thanksgiving meeting.
The subject will be "What have I to
praise God for ? " 103rd. Psalm. The
Rev. E. C. Oggel, the pastor, will lead
the meeting. All arc cordially invited.
This will be Mr. Oggcl's first pabtoral
work since his recovery from an attack
of the fever.
As will be seen by an advertisement
in another column, there will be a
grand feast given in the basement of
Kaumakapili Church on next Saturday
from twelve o'clock until two o'clock in
the afternoon. Tickets foradmissionwill
be for sale at the store of' J. M. Oat
& Co., on Merchant street and at A
L. Smith's on Fort street. A good
time is anticipated ast he celebration
of Hawaiian Independence falls on
A fire occurred at Waikiki yesterday
afternoon at about four o'clock, at the
residence of Mr. Freeth of the firm of
Freeth and Peacock. The fire started
in the stable, afterward spreading to
out house used by the servants.
Both buildings were burned to the
ground. The reported cause of the
fire is that the little son was playing
with some matches which finally became
lighted and set fire to the hay in
the stable. The natives and Chinese
help put out the fire. The damages
will amount to about eight Hundred
Yesterday morning a runaway
occurred on Nuuanu street near
street a little after six o'clock. A
horse attached to a Chinese vendor's
wagon bolted while the Chinaman was
delivering sundry goods and chatties to
a lady by a way gate. Vegetables
came down all over the road until the
wagon reached the first bridge, when
with a grand bounce out of one of
Road Supervisor Hart's mud holes the
vehicle emptied itself and turned
over on one side. The horse dragged
it., some distance further, but not being
- used to such violent exercise he at last
stopped and after deliberately surveying
the "ruin he had wrought" quietly
began eating grass in front of Henry
A good case of "the blind leading
the blind" took place the other
evening. Two ever-so-happy sailors
belonging to one of the Merchantmen
now lying at the docks, through some
inexplicibleway managed to successfully
navigate as far as the Inter Island
Steamship Company's wharf, when one
of the inebriates concluded to' cast anchor,
laid down on the wharf and was
soon in the lands of dreams. His
mate was in a pilikia, and after scratching
his sadly muddled head otruck a
bright idea. Taking posession of his
wreckod companions hat and cuat he
sailed off, soon returning with a wheelbarrow.
Arriving at the place where
his sleeping partner lay "Jack" dropped
i.!q imrrnw nnd endeavored to roll him
In. At last after a cood deal of
tncrrtintr. nullinc. and cussing, success.
was attained, and "Jack" started home
with his bqrden, taking numerous snon
tacks to keep his hulk from turning
keel uppermost. The ship was reached
at last and her crew aroused. 1 he
snoring tar was theu'.hoisted on board
' by means of plenty rope and hands.
Several white men concluded that
Honolulu was altogether too quiet ahd
that the police were getting too fat and
lazy as there was nothing for them to
do. To waken matters up a little they
engaged in a pitched battle at the
saloon, in' the corner of
Hotcland Nuuanu streets. In spite
of their efforts the police were not disturbed
and sat in their corners smiling
serenely, evidently utterly oblivious to
the fact that a desperate conflict was
in progress. The fight ended up with
a true artistic finish, and both participants
will wear mourning for some time
The vchgencc of the China Gods
were invoked yesterday, and if tho
prayers were answered woe, unto the
steam roller. A Chinaman with a
bland smile of content, and an eye
peeled for business was driving his ex
press along King street. His rickety
wagon and bouy horse, which was noted
for his thick hide and short memory,
forming a strange contrast with the
happy driver. John's bliss was of short
duration however, owing to that terror
of horses, the steam-roller. The horse
seeing the puffing machine approach,
ing, shied and started to run. John
pulled and tugged and strained but fill
to no effect. Away went horse and
wagon and Chinaman and all, John a
yelling, the wagon a creaking and the
horse a running, and kept so until they
all landed in the middle of a mud pond
at the junction of the Prison road and
King street. At about two o'clock a
number of his sympathizing countrymen
were seen up to their waists in
mud draging the stranded equipage up
onto the dry road.
"The fact is," said the Fort street
riierchant as he crossed his leg and
looked profoundly at the Doctor
over one of the reading room tables in
the Library, "the fact is that I don't
believe the Government intends to reform
at all." "Dqn't eh ? " said the
Doctor as he laid down the last issue
of the Advertiser "then you don't believe
in promises?" "I do, when they're
indorsed," said the retail dealer, "but I
don't believe in the Government
making promissory reforms and endorsing
its own paper." "But the Government
don't indorse its own paper" said
the doctor innocently, as he picked up
the Advertiser and began to recall the
political vicissitudes of the last few
years. "I don't mean that I " cried the
Fort street merchant impatiently, "I
mean the promises the Government
makes just before election." "0 1 if
that's what you mean" said the Doctor
"you'll find out the Administration
always promises reform just before
they intend perpetrating some new
piece of rascality."
They say : that the weather is off its
base j that the Morning Star stood the
storm right manfully- that the most
bitter comment upon Government
affairs is the history of the different
Adminstrations, as formed in the files
of the Government organ ; that the
social phase of Honolulu life is one
that would supply an endless correspondence
of truddle for the American
papers ; that the "politicle breach of
promise" ought to be made amenable
to law ; that there will be some queer
developements made in the San Francisco
'newspapers soou relating to things
and persons in Hawaii ; that the wind
blew so the other night that the steam
boats wouldn't whistle j that the boat
clubs ought to. hold a convention and
straichten matters out; that the old
tune of "bad streets" will be sung to
new words before long ; that the proposed
road to the top of Punchbowl
hill if leading to a pleasure resort at the
top would pay a big interest on the
capital invested ; that sharks always appear
about election time 5 that the
natives who back the Adminstration
will organize a society for the purpose
of praying the Opposition to death ;
that the Hawaiian currency is the root
of all our political and financial evil ;
that the wildest rumor will uain many
sunnorters in Honolulu in the brief
space of a day ; that the price of Island
butter ought to be advanced to 80 cents
a pound to make it pay ; that the peo
ple who go- to church have quiet
peace fulnights ; that the greatest problem
for Hawaii to solve is one of simple
addition and substruction j that the
men who propose to solve it will have
to call in the money lenders and the
bcribes -, and that Oat's blackboard day
before yesterday paid the "They say"
department of the Press a sincere
It is very seldom that a moral can
be drawn from a fisticuff affair or a
ficht of anv kind, but an incident hap
pened at about half-past six yesterday
evening in front of the Astor House on
uotei street mac migiu serve us a
to that class of gossips and
lizers that seem to infest Honolulu
society, and a moral can be drawn,
which, if .heeded, might protect respectable
persons from the outrageous slanders
and insinuations generally hurled
at them. Yesterday Frank Brundage,
formerly a driver for thet Woodlawn
dairy, grossly insulted the wife of Mr. J.
Welsh he also made several damaging remarks
afterwards. The lady upon re--turning
home told her husband of the
insult, and he immediately went in
search of the man. Afterdnving to almost
every public place in Honolulu
he saw Brundage standing in front of
the Astor House. Mr. Welsh jumped
out of the vehicle and walking up tapped
him on the shoulder at the same lime
saying, " You are just the man I want
to see." Brundagc who was under the
Influence of liquor replied with some
insulting remark and received a heavy
blow from the indignant husband in re
turn that stretched him full length
upon the ground. Brundagc was picked
up and carried in the Astor Restaurant.
When inside he again became very
abusive in his language that cost him
another blow from Welsh that induced
him to keep quiet. Friends of both
parties then interfered and Welsh drove
down to his place of business, the Keystone
Saloon on the corner of Fort and
King streets, Brundagc soon following.
No further trouble however occurcd
J, St. OAT, ,TJl., ,t COjs llVLLKTIN
no tut), soraainKit i.tnv, isms
"The steamship is not telephoned.
She will be here before night.
Did not leave San Francisco until the
Laid over to alter the smoking room.
Will arrive in time to break up the
news. Dealers Turkey Dinner
Will be here sure before night.
That the Zealandia will make this trip
in place of the Alameda,
That the Alameda sailed two days before
or two days after the Zealandia.
They will be here on the 31st inst
She has broken two fans of her propeller
this is a mere fan-cy however.
That the City of Sydney is waiting for
the Alameda to arrive.
That she does not Nott arrive to-day
because the Fire Chief is on board.
That they don't know anything about
She is evidently detained."
Persons coming from the coast arrive here
with the impression that refreshments during
the evening are not to be had. Try Harts ex'
cellent ice creams and be convinced that you
have made a mistake.
A rare treat is in store for those who will
take the trouble to pay a visit to our icicle
frimd, Mr. Henry Hart, and examine some of
his valuable and useful curiosities. His tappa
cloth serves as a decided novelty and the
numerous lavas and shells form a fine collection.
One of the most attractive displays of
elegant holiday rroods in Honolulu Is made by
Messrs. King Bros., No. 87 Hotel street.
Their assortment of Birthday, Christmas and
New Years cards, of Prang's and other makes,
is exquisite in design and finish and are offered
at txtrtmcly low raits. An inspection of
their picture gallery will well repay the visitor,
white Artists can here find a choice selection
of artists' materials. In the windows of King
Bros, are, also, a fine collection of Clarke's
fern cards, island curious, etc., and some beautiful
shells, painted in native scenes, by Mrs.
Thomas J, King, which are valuable mementos
to send abroad. '
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We desire to introduce our paper into every
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Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Bk Maiitii a Davis Benson
Bk C R Bishop Wolters
Uktne Discovery . : Meyer
Bktnc Ella Howe
Bk Victoria Cross , Robinson
Bgtne W O IRWIN .. Turner
Sunday, November 22
Stinr Planter from Kauat
Bktne MORNING STAR
Uob Roy from Koolau
Schr Domitlla from Koolau
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Monday, Nov. 23
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Schr Ltika for Koholalele
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Tuesday Nov. 24
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Wilcox. K Focke, II Subre, M Rlchter and
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Per stmr C R Hishop Nov 25 II A
Miss Wldemann, Mrs II Macfarlane, J,
Gay and child J R Holt Jr, Mrs R W Hof,
and 30 deck. ,
DIRECT; STEAMER LINE !
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Sydney -, oiiolulu,
We beg to Inform the
Will be performed by the Magnificent
The Steamer AUSTRALIA, Brough, Commander, will commence the new service,
leaving Sydney, N. S W., on the 1st December, and will tail from Honolulu for San Fran
ciseo on or about the 13th December, taking
FREIGHT InD PASSENGERS.
Just received a consignment of
(Dressed and undressed),
A splendid lot of
Also a few cases of
Extra Manila Cigars,
And a small line of Ladies', Misses',
Men's and Youths'
Boots, Gaiters & Shoes.
All of which will be sold to the trade at
LTON8 A C01IENS,
Auctioneers Ji Commission Heretaut
There will be a grand feast in the
Basement of Kaumakapili Church
Saturday November 28, 1885.
From 12 m. to 2 o'clock P. m.
Tlokots of Admission t
To Foreigners Table Adults, $1.00 ; Children,
To Natives Table Adults, 50 cents ; Children,
Tickets for sale at J. M. Oat Jr. & Co., 25
Merchant street, and A. L. Smith's, 83 Fort
FOIl SAN FRANCISCO.
The Magnificent Steamship
Will leave for the above port on or about
DECEMBER 15 th.
For freight or passage, apply to,
74-td II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Magoon,
will attend to all matters of business for
the residents of the Hawaiian Islands who
may need an Agent.
I do not confine myself alone to the Business
Houses, but also to the domestic class
who would wish me to attend to any matter of
business, especially to making purchases either
in Honolulu or San Francisco, in any line of
To the Business Houses I will give my
careful attention in all matter? pertaining to
General Business, viz i Adjusting and Collecting
Accounts, Distribution of Bills and
Circulars, Custom House Entries, Buying
and Rcrtting Real Estate and Personal .Property.
sr All Legal Documents will be carefully
and neatly drawn up by Mr, J. A. Magoon,
Ijvlll attend to nil matters eptrusted in my
care in a careful, courteous and neat manlier,
and with ijulck dispatch. t
Agent for Kl!nkner & Co., Ked Rubber
Telephone ; P, O. Box ,1 1
41 cto J&bbcrUocmentG.
Public that a new
Steamships AUSTRALIA and
H. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
IS 30"W OPHW.
With an excellent assortment of
New and Seasonable Goods
In keeping with the usual extra
quality of novelties and desirable
Books, Toys, Fancy Goods,
For which this stablishment is noted.
Special Holiday Editions of Poets,
In fine bindings, Persian and Turkey
Morrocco, Alligator and Seal Skin,
Tree Calf, Plush and Cloth.
Prang's Prize Cards (plain and fringed),
Xmas Aloha (fringed) Bookmatks,
Fine PhiMi Goods, Celuloid Sets,
EBONY FRAMES &CABINETS,
Steam and Electric Toys,
New Toys and Games,
PACIFIC COAST DIARIES FOR 1886
(Pocket and Office sizes.)
Dreka's Dictionary Blotters, Papeteries,
Juvenile Bonks a fine assortment),
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Together with a full and complete
line of Stationery and Blank Books,
All orders faithfully attended to. Prices as
reasonable as good Goods will warrant, and
cheapest In the long run.
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Mine, Demoresl's Reliable Cut Paper Patients
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Guns ai d SroKTINO Goods,
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