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N, F. IIUKOIiSi KirUstreit
C. J. MlCAIU'IIY , Hotel srect
CRl'SlALbODAWORKS .,. Hotel st recti
Tlvo Cents jioi ?'
The sailing of the steamer Lihtliie
was postponed Until to d.iy on account
of needed repairs.
Keep your pet dogs' and cats at
home, the Chincscaro dropping poison
on the streets.
There were through
passengers t.o the C Ionics by the Ala
tneda, ,thi$,is a good showing, for the
Mr. I'Vank .Hiij'tm formerly of
Honolulu is present in Seattle", Wash.
Terr, where he i3 about to start in
The steamer Planter, which arrived
Sunday morning, brought the first
sugar of the season from LtliUc plantation,
It has been decided by the executive
Committee to hold the annual
Teachcrfs Institute on the 28th. and
29th. df the1 present month.
The Pacific Navigation Company's
steam launch is at present cngiged in
transporting lumber from Uilo to
The sailing of the brigentine IV. G.
Irwin hai been pistpmed until nine
o'clock this morning, Tho nuil will
close st eight o'clock sharp.
The" Honomaulu and Elcele
will commence grinding in about
two weeks; Waimea plantation, Kauai,
will start up sometime next week.
The b'usincss' rtotion of town was
quite lively last night for a lew hours
after the arrival of the Zijlandii, which
come into port bdtween ton and eleven
Last night as the Ztalandia came
into part shj collid.'d with birk .C It
Bishop which was lying at tho Pacific
Mail wharf, but fortunntdy did no
As the steamir Miriby.i will require
considerable alterations to fit her for
the Australian route, she will be unable
to ltvo Stn FrtnciiJj fjr SJney
before December 19th.
The Royal Australian Circus" leaves
this morning, by tho Al.mcda. Mr.
Woodyenr, the proprietor, tried tu
'charter the bark Martha Davis for
Manila, but afilin ' to do so he intends
to return to Austwlii
The new steamer Maivroa built for
the new Australian service by the
Union Steamship Company of New
Zealand, will be due at San' Francisco
about December 35th. She U 320
feet long and over 3,50a tons register.
Captain Morse repiiis that the
steamer Alameda came from San Francisco
to Honolulu this trip in six days,
and fourteen hours. The steamer now
, carries 12 new staterooms for increased
passengers , traffic between the Coast
At the mustering of the firemen last
evening at the Bell Tower, one of
Berger's bpys who had been imbibing
too "much "ginger pop''.in celebration
ot pay-day became disorderly, but tie
worthy baton-wielder, dispatched the
unruly musician to his home, '-quicker
than he left it.".
As Woodycar's1 Circus has received a
clean bill of health from this port this
do not anticipate any trouble in landing
at Sydney, as was experienced by
Fryer's iCircus lately, 'lhcy will
immediately proceed to Auckland after
landing in Australia where they will
give their first perfomance.
The missionary barkentine Morning
Star sailed at half pan four o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Before her departure
prayers were held on board.
There was a. crowd of friends and
others on the vhuf,to see tho steamer
off, as the saying is. Many waun
alohas followed the trim little steamer
as she sailed out of the harbor into the
vasty deep'onjicr mission Lr humanity.
TKe dramatic cntsrtainmont for the
benefit of Honolulu Library takes
place to night at the Music Hall, The
object is a worthy one and should be
freely patronized by our citizens. A
good public library u bettjr tlnn
wealth, better than politicalorganization,
bettfir, in fact, ns a c.viliziug powci
than any thing else in the history of
man, which he con onfinc in thuia.no
Messrs. West Daw and CNo. 103
Fort street, hao iust received per
steamer Alamtdj nrt ejcjint assortment
of furnitures, consisting uf dining room,
cottage, nurse, and cluldr.ens chairs and
rockers in dlflOro.pt woods. They also
expect to receive per next steamer due
here about the 12!). inst., a furher
addition to their already assortment of
Holiday goods. K.ead their advertisement.
Coptain Morris of the schooner
Rainbow reports that yesterday evening
about four o'clock while off Waikiki he
picked up a flat-bottomed boat
four nativesL two men and U'u
women. The boat was without sails
and was diifting to sea, driven by the
high wind, Avhcn found. Tnc boai'i.
anchor failed to hold. Captain Morris
took the drifting boat aboard and
brought passengers and all safely to
Mr. 12. 13. Thomas is engaged in
constructing a new lime kiln, beyond
the Fish Market, for the Hawaiian
Stone Company. The kiln is 24x20
fret" in size and is 14 feet high. It is
I cing built of stone and the inside will
be cased with, fire brick to a height
of 12 feet. When finished the new
kiln will hold about 300 barrels of lime.
The steamship St. Paul has bc6n
tdded to the Oceanic line, of steamships
under the new mail seyice. The St.
Paul will leave San Francisco on the
5th. of December for Honolulu. After
arriving here she will discharge- her
cargo and mail and will leave for San
Francisco on the 18th. of December.
The steamer Australia will arrived here
and sail for San Francisco about they
t5th of December and the steamer
Maroroa will arrive here and leave for
the same place about the aith. of December.
This will give those who contemplate
sending Christmas present to
the coast ample opportunity to do so.
The reception to Chief Engineer
John Nott last niuht was a decided
success. The brigade mus'tcred about
120 strong at the Bell Tower at half-past
seven o'clock and marched with
torches along Hote), Richard and King
streets t6 the residence of Mr. Nott
on King street in the following order :
A few street Arabs, Berger's Band, WO.
1 Company, No. 2 Company, Hose
Company, No. 4 Company, No. 5 Chinese
Brigade and more Arabs, etp.,
etc. The house of the chief was beautifully
and tastefully decorated with
Chinese lanterns, and the numeious
ladies seated on the verandah added
to the gaiety of the display. On arrival
the firemen greeted Chief Engineer
Nott with three checrS then three more.
Mr. Nott responded in a few appropriate
words of thanks, and after a few
more cheers and a Hawaiian melody
from Berber's boys, the whole company
partook of refreshment. The balance
of the evening was occupied with
music, dancing, singing, etc. Many of
the torch carriers were
in the holding of their lights, shedding
oil in all directions to the damage
of the clothing of others. Everybody
enjojed the evening and the firemen
extended so hearty a welcome that it
will become one of the remembrances
of after vcars.
They sav : that a thirsty man cannot
get a drink in Thomas Square without
drinking from his hands; that some
body derives a perquisite from the trees
cut down in the Government Building
yard; that the military company that
took the cake ate it with beer; tliat the
Servians contemplate calling on Hawaii
for naval assistence; that the weather
was a little off yesterday; that the heads
of departments are looking around to
see where their profit, in the new
steamer arrangement, comes in; that
the man who talks the most, generally
tells the most "fibs" from force of
habit; that the Morning Star has sailed
away with a stout heart to perform a
'ood work; that the news brought by
yesterday's steamer is very queer
from some points of view; that the best
(lungs said in Honolulu an uttered by
the Fort Street merchant; that the news
about the fall of sugar is rather
amusing; that the Government intends
paying the interest on its bonds in silver
if they can; that the police have a
sharp eye for opium when it pays; that
it is a great scheme among some 01 me
Honolulu young mqn to go three days
without sleep; that it is the best circus
that ever came back to Honolulu, that
the men who laugh at their own jukes
never get fat; that the funny thing
about the competition .drill is that it
wasn't that kind of a drill at all; that
the Honolulu Rifles wpuld have taken
the prize if it had been an American
flag; that the genial Mr. Smith of Skating
rink fame threatens to return to
Honolulu; that the native fishermen
arc getting tired of fishing at the
present low rates; that the Oceanic
Company intends to ''cut under" any
other boat-put upon the route, as far as
time is concerned; and that the circus
is better than the Government and
the Government is better than a circus.
Tho Clilncsn in Hawaii.
Kohala, Nov, 21, 1885.
Editor Daily Honolulu Press
Sir: Very little news in this district,
outside of the usual petty
; but they have grown so common,
and we all know so well that the
police are incapable of putting a stop
to them, that nobody notices them.
I'hc most interesting questions for us
here are the next elections and the
"Celestial" outlook. The Chinese in
this district ore daily growing in wealth
and power. They already have here a
Chinese temple, a hall 60x40 feet,
two-stories high and they are now
building a superb home, ajso two-stories
high, which will cost over
$4,000 and is to serve for a Chinese
masonic lodge. What will be going on
ip there, nobody will know but the
affiliated; are they plotting against
their white neighbors, or do they con-tern
themselves with opium smoking ?
Qu'e j site f But what we dp know, is
that there aie here several .Chinese
stores started by copartnership companies
; one hundred Chinaman contribute
each $5, and with this capital
of $500, they are able to start an opposition
which luins all other stores.
Also did we applaud to the bold and
true articles recently written by Mr.
Marques, on the Chinese question.
Mr, Marques said that no more licenses
ought to be allowed to Chinese peddlers
and merchants. We go heie
evin further and say that no more lands
ought to be leased to our "Celestial"
neighbors here. As well as in California,
the war cry, the Dthnda Carthage of
every sensible and sound-thinking white
avian or kanaka, ought to be "the Chinese
must go 1" Puilo Hawail
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER i, 1885.
Mcrchart Vditli New In Pert,
Hk Martha Davis Dcnscn
Ilk d K Ulsifot' Wolters
UMnc Ella , t lout
1!U VicroniA Cross , Rol.lnjon
Uylnc WO IRWIN.. Turnet
ltu Lizzie IreuAle.... ...Ircd.xk
Saturday, Nov. sS
Stmr Likelikc front Maul
Hlmr Mokolii from Molokat
Slinr Jns Makcc front Knpaa, Kauai
Sell Mnnuoknwal from Koolau
SUnoay, Nov. 29
Unf Klnau from MnuiUnd Hawaii
St'tir Kllnttca Hou from Hawaii
Stmt I'lanicr from ICaual
Monday Nov. 30
OSS Alameda from San Francisco
Sell I' Kninbow from Koolau
Sclir Eliukal from Wnislua
Sell Llliollho front Wninica
Zealandla from Sin I'ranch co
Monday Nov. 30
Stmr lames I Dowsctt for Molokal
Stmr VaImanalo for Walmanalo.
Stmr Mokolit for Molokal
Sclir Mdnuokawal foi all ports in Koolau
Sclir Mary Foster for Waianac
Steam bktne Morning Star for South Scat
Sell Domilila for Koolau
HUMS Constance for Hongkong
Tuhsday, Dec. 1
Stmr Zealandla for lite Colonics '
rcssEr. i.cArisa tuisdAt.'''
Sell Kawallan! for Koolau
Sclir Sarah & Eliza lor Koolau ,
Sclir Eltuknl for Walalua
Sclir Wailcle for Hllo porti
Sclir Kob Hoy for Koolau.
Stmr Iu.tl.ini for Hamakua,
Stmr Lchua for Hamakua,
Stmr Likelikc for Maui
Stmr Klnau for Windward Tort
Stmr Planter at 5 r. M. for Nawlllwili, Ko'.oa,
I'.lccle, Kekalia and Waimea.
Slmr James Makcc 5 r. M. for Kapaa, Kauai
From Maul per slmr Likelikc, Saturday
Nov, 28 H. A Pratt, A U SchrimoEcr, J
J Morris Miss" II Nccdham, Miss E IMrker,
Miss 11 Parker, Miss M Low, Miss II Low,
Hon II Kuihelanl, C II Makee, C Foster,
F C Green, Win Blaisdell, A S Slrosbcrctr,
W M Lcc, J AV Girvin, Kcv S Kaili, h
Joltnfon and vf, Alo, Wood) ear's CI rem
Comany arid 100 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Klnau,
Sunday Nov 29 Dr C II Wctinorc, Miv
L Wctinorc, J Kelnhardt Jr, W A Wall, R
N Overcml, G O Nacayma, II Reuton, Gci
Edmondson, F Toric, V N Makcc, J Maguiri
and wife ami (38 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Planter, Sunda)
Nov. 29 C Iscnbcrg and 2 dmchters, R
TPuris. MrsK Furies, CW Ashford Cn
Z S Spaulding. O Iscnberg, A S Wilcox, V
Walerhouse, R More, R A Maefie Jr, e
Chinese and 12 deck.
From San Francisco, Jcr stmr Alameda,
Monday Nov. 30 Hon J M Kapena, Hoi
C R Bishop. Hon S G Wilder, Col G
Macfirlanc, Hon F Brown. Cf Justice Jud
ttf&4ch, Hon Godfrey wf, Mn
L S Mefaffey, MUs L Hathaway, Mrs T
Conn, John Nott & wf, Miss H M Bliss, Mr.
J T Smith, Miss S Mchan,MrsJ O Cartel
it daughter, Andrew Moore and wf", Mist
n llcrricl., J T McKcnzic, A F Sykcs, Wn
Duffcild, Geo M K Fair, F G St John, Alo
A Gordon, Dr M Grossman, II Uwlcruood,
Chas Weshon, G N Wilcox, J H Harrison,
R Goodman, Miss M Hitchcock, J A Gilman.
J Magnin, Mrs M Crcytonjand dauhgter, F
J Limey wfand infant, 29" steerage nnd 3
From San Francisco pe stmr Zealandla,
monuayi inov. 30fllr 7 Howe and Cc
Chinese ii the sreerage.
F(.r the Colonics per stmr Aiamcda. Tuesday
Dec. I TR Brown and.wf and Wool-year's
For South Sea Islands, Morninp
Star, Nov. 306 11 Whctmorc ami daughter.
The sclir Eliukai brought 188 bags padd)
The scjir Liholiho brought 203 bags ol
sugar from Waimea.
The btmr J I Dawsctt took 40 head ot
cattle to Linai yesterday.
The smr Kllauca Hou brought 40 lundo
cattle, 376 bags sugTr and to tons old iron,
The steim bktnc Morning Star look wit!
her, the steam launch which was presented bj
Vessels loading at San Francisco t baik
Caibaricn, brig J D Spreckefs, and schi
Emma Claudina for Hllo.
Departures from SanFrancisco s stmr
Nov. 2; s:hr Rosirio, tor Kthulul, Nov.
3! bktne Mary Wlnklenun Nov, ip; brig
Consuelo Nov. 19.
The schr Neltio Merrill went on the
Murine Railway yesterday morning, to htvt
her boltoni cleaned. She will sill foi
Lahaina in the middle of the week.
The folllowing vessels Imc arrived in Sai
Francisco 1 brig Consuelo Nov, 41 bar!
Caibaricn Nov, 51 stmr Alameda Nov. 7j
schr Emma Claudina, from Ililo, Nov. 10;
brig J D Sprcckels, from Kahulul, Nov. 1 1 ;
bktnc Eureka Nov. 12; stmr Mariposa Not.
Captain Wcbb:r reports the S. S. Zsalandia
left Ihc wharf at San Francisco at 2 p, M, or.
the 23 inst. and discharged his pilot at 3131
P.M. She exp:rlenc:d freh South Yestoriy,
winds with a very heavy head sja. Cli,ily
weathcr with frequent tain squalls till' this
morning when a lrh Nortlurly wind sst in.
The Honolulu pilot cimc on board at ic
r. M, and she cams along side the w'.ur
at I0;55 V. M.
Thtf O. S. S. Alameda arrived this morning
at 6 o'clock, 6da)s and 14 hour fron
San Francisco, the following is rt report o
her passage, Sailed from San Frrncisco Nov,
23d at 4110 r, M discharged pilot at 5M6 r.
M,l first 30 hours, stormy S. E. and S. Y.
gales, with rough sea, thence to port, frcsl,
S. V, winds and smooth sea. ' Nov. 24th ni
4 r, 11. passed S, S, Zealandla bou.'.d u
Sydney, Wa New Zealand, and Auckland.
Nov. 27th at upon passed P. M. S. S. Co.
S. S. City of Sydney, bound to Sin Fraucisco.
S, S, Zealandla sailed from San Francisco Nov,
3 jd at s r. U.
Elwixoi ito co.'a
Tlifc UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
MONEY AT THEIR SAVINGS
UVNK UrON THE FOL.
On turns ol Five Hundred Dollar! or under, from
one penon, ihey will pay Interest at the rate of five per
cent, per annum, Irom date of receipt, on all turns that
lhall have retnilned on deposit three months, or have
been on deposit three months at the time of making up
the yearTy account. No Interest will be computed on
liractlons of dollars or for fractions of a month.
No Interett will be allowed on money withdrawn
within Ihree months from date of deposit.
Thirty days notUe mutt be given at the Dank of an
intention to withdraw any money J and the Llepot'ior's
Pass-book lnut be produced at the same time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the
Depositor, accompanied f the proper Pait book.
On the first day of September of eath year, Oil
account! will be made up, and interest on all tumt that
ihall hae remained Ihree montht or more,
tnd unpaid, will be credited to the deposhnrs, am.'
from that date form pai t of the principal.
SUms of more than Five Hundred Dollars wilt .
recefved, subject to tpectal agreement.
The Hank will be open every day In the week except
5und)t and Holidays.
nisiiop & co.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOIiUIiXT.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Magoon,
ill attend to nil mailers Of business lor
the residents oi the Hawaiian Islands who
may need an Agent.
1 do not confine mvself atone lo the Busi
ness Houses, but also lo the domestic class
rtho would wish me t6 attend to any matter of
business, especially to making purchases cither
In Honolulu or San Francisco, In any line of
To the Business Houses I will give my
careful attention in nil matters pertaining tu
General Business, iz t ' Adjusting and Collecting
Accounts, Distribution of Bills and
Cirrulurs, Custom House Entries, Buying
ind Renting Real Estate and Personal Property.
fir All Legal Documents will be carefully
and neatly drawn up by Mr. J. A. Magoon.
I will MUml to alt matters entrusted in.my
care in a careful, courteous and neat manner
and with quick dispatch.
Agent lor Klinkncr & Co. Kcd Rubber
'le.cphonc ; P. O. Box 113.
IS JSTO'OT OPEN.
With an excellent assortment "of
New and Seasonable Goods, I
In keeping with tho j usual extra
quality of novelties and desirable
Boots, Toys, Fancy Goods,
For which this establishment is noted.
fecial Holiday Editions of Poets,
, In fine bindings, Persian and Turkey
Morrocco, Alligator nnd Seal Skin,
Tree Calf, Plush nnd Cloth.
Prang's Prize Cards (plain and fringed),
Xmas Aloha (fringed) Bookmarks,
Fine Piush Goods, Celuloid Sets,
Steam.and Electric Toys',
New Toys and Games,
PACIFIC COAST: DIARIES FOR 188C
, ' 1
(Pocket and Oflica.'sitcs.)
Dreka's Dictionary Blotters," Papeteries,
Juvenile Books (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.
thos. 0. Timuar,
104 Fort Street.
LEGAL f A? PERFECTION TADS.
IIODDER'S LETTER PADS,
Uttr Cap nnd Nolq lllocks of first qulty paper,
Leul Cp, I.elter anil Notu Mocks 6f ruld
Manilla papr, plain Memo, and not
blocks, M. & II. form UocVsI "
(ot Hills Suttments,
Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM DitrC"
Ai xjios. a, xanvu'ii
Tost Struct Stsejs.
Just received a consignment of
(Dressed and undressed),
A splendid ot of
Also n few cases of
Extra Manila Cigars,
And a small line of Ladies', Misses',
Men's and Youths'
Boots, ' Gutters & Shoos.
All of which will be sold lo the trade at
T.YOXS Jt C0IIES8,
Auctioneer Commttnton Merchant
(Scttcntl jpucrttscmcitts. .
ICE CHEN PARLORS!
No. 85 Hotel Street.
Delicious llavored Ice Cream made frpm
purp Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices, Sherbets, Ice
Cream Drinks and many other .refreshments
can be found always at this really first-class
resort. Choice Confectionery and Cakes in
Familio3,Partic3, Balls and Woddings
For the convenience of the public we pack
orders for Ice Cream in Patent Refrigerator
Cans, which hold from J to 40 Quarts, warranted
to keep its delightful flavor and perfect
form for many hours.
Ring Wp Ball Telephone 182 Or
Mutual Telephone. 338.
tar The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open
daily until ir r. M. ai !y
HELLER & HALBE'S
Xce Cream DPavloi
Lincoln's Blopk, King Street,
A Flno Assortment of
ClNDEES AND CKES,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
LADIE ha:e wmi
Swltohos, Curia, Front Piooes,
All warr.inte.I Natural Hair.
Invisidls Hack Haik Nets.
Lad es and Childrens Hair Cutting and
at Itore or lesidence.
L&ngtry Hair Cutting a Specialty.
All at San Francisco Prices.
'174 Fort Street Oppoiite Dodd'i Stable
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Tort Stroot, Honolulu,
lUrORTB AND DBALBK IM
I'tf'i, AttueJimniU, Oil and Aenettnrin.
ACKNl FOR TDK
IVmitb and New Hom Madilne
Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds
Cortlcell's Silk, in all colors and sites ;
Barbour's Linen Thread,
t Clark's O. N. T. Machine Colton.
Mmt. Demons?: KclUMt Cut Paper Pattern:
Dealer lo RtrLts
Guns at d SroanNO Goons,
Sil)T, Powdbr, Caps,
icmtosR.vB srorns, in ait .
Sewlng.Machiue, Tclc and Gun-Repairing promptly
Keep your horses cool
arid healthy, and avoid excessive
sweating; by having
them clipped with the .
Now in successful operation at the
Cprnr of I'unchboml and 0 taw Utrotti.
43.1m C. a, ME, Prourictor.
eCtcto bbcctfochtcnts. -
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