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"Will be for nlo TJnUy lit the
J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co,. Merchant street
P.O. THRUM Fortstreet
N, F. BURGESS King street
C. I. MCCARTHY , Hotel street
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotelsireeet
Five Cent per Copif,
lAiCAIi it mm.
The steamer AVwaw took
bags of mail yesterday.
Prof. M. M. Scott will return from a
Word comes from Hawaii that petty
robberies are on the increase throughout
There were three attempted runaways
( ;i 'yesterday. on Fort street all of which
were nipped in the bud by passers-by.
v & The Martha Davis, which salts for
Hongkong next Saturday, will take
about two hundred and fifty Chinese
It is reported that there are at
present twenty-three new houses going
up in Honolulu. Pretty good for these
Mr. G. F. Renton and wife, who were
r married at the residence of J. A. Hop-'
per, last Monday evening, left for
by the Kinau yesterday afternoon.
Mr. J. W. Hinglcy, formerly of the
Pioneer Cigar Factory on Fort street,
has moved his cigar manufacturing business
to the front part of the Crystal Soda
, . ,-, Works on Hotel street, where he will
be glad to meet his old customers and
Mr. William White, freight clerk on
the Inter Island Steam Navigation Co.'s
wharf, left by the Iwalani yesterday as
purser, in place of Mr. Webster, who
takes the Planter this trip, on account
of the illness of Mr. Welhetm, the
The following challenge has been
issued : 1 hereby challenge Mr. M. L.
Hartmann to skate a race of from two
to five miles for the sum of $100. The
race to take place at the Yosemite
on or before Saturday December
1 2th, 1885. W. Mullen.
The inhabitants residing in the
' nity of School and Punchbowl streets
were startled the other night about ten
o'clock by the shrill cries of a woman.
Investigation showed that some of the
.Portuguese inhabitants who live in that
. neighborhood were engaged in a sort
of free fight, when one of the men hit
his wife by mistake with the above
Yesterday morning about half-past
ten o'clock a native hackman who was
drivjng out Nuuanu street with four
"passengers in his hack attempted to
turn around, when in front of the Com
mercial saloon with the horse in a trot.
The result was that he succeeded in
turning the hack around and also succeeded
-in breaking out two or three
spokes "from one of the hinder wheels.'
The occupants chartered another hack
nd drove off.
.The Liverpool and 'London and
Globe Insurance Company has issued
a neat new calandar for the year 1886.
The summary of this company for the
;- , year 1884 is as follows : net income
$8i999000; life an( annuity funds
$18,253,000; general reserve and reinsurance
fund $7,500,000; total invested
funds $34,557,000; claims paid
since 1836, $103,069,000. Messrs.
Bishop & Company are the Honolulu
" 1 agents.
Word comes from Kooluu that a
Chinaman named Ah Sue was thrown
fiym a horse last Sunday evening while
returning from Honolulu, and sustained
a compound fracture of the left wrist,
the horse which had belonged to the
1 Chinaman for a long time returned" to
him after the accident, and by getting
the horse into a ditch by thej side of
the road the Chinaman was able to remount
it and reach home some three
miles further on, where he received the
Yesterday afternoon a small child
who 1 had -.been allowed to stray into
I t iEmrna street near School street was
almost run over by a native who was
driving a brake drawn by a ractous
white horse. The child became scared
and attempted' to crgss the street in
front o( the animal to get out of the
. ' way, when the horse shied at the child,
who was knocked down by the near
wheel of the brake. The mother who
allowed the child on the street was to
blame, The child was somewhat
A good audience greeted the Amateur
Dramatic Company who played at
Music Hall last night for the benefit of
the Honolulu Library Association. " A
Widow Hunt, " one of Mr, J. Sterling
Coyne's most amusing comedies, in
three acts was given. The 'following
was the' cast-: Felix Featherly Mr. J.
F. Brown ; Frank Icebrook Mr, E. W,
Purvis; Major Wellington de Boots Mr.
' Godfrey ' Bpwn ; Trap Mr. Lawrence
' Barrett, Jr.; Mrs. Featherly Miss L.
Moore ; Mrs. Major de , Boots Mrs. J.
D. Strong ; Mrs. Swandown Mrs. A, B.
Haley 5 Fanny, Miss S. Clark. The second
act was especially good and many
of the parts were applauded with grrat
?eal. Mr. Godfrey Brown as Major
Wellington de Boots was the lion of the
evening. The other parts were carried
out with great credit. It is hoped that
this good company will give u,s some
'fiirtjier exhibition of their talent before
At half-past nine o'clock last night
a white man created an excitement on
Beretania street near Fort street by
beating his 'wife, a Portuguese woman.
The facts of the case as far as could
be learned are as follows ! The
man had been maltreating and beating
his wife for some time and as
she claims, she has supported him
even to buying newspapers and tobacco
for him and becoming tired of this
she ran away from home a week ago.
It was only last night that he discovered
her alone on the street when
he at once, beat and abused her tear
ing her clothes and taking her hat and
shawl from her. It was at this juncture
that the police were called and after
n good deal of parleying on his part,
which' terminated in loud talk and
general abuse of the crowd that had
gathered, he was taken to the Station
Last evening about half-past eight
o'clock a. hack was driven rapidly down
Hotel from Nuuanu street and
toward the Hawaiian Hotel.
Wheri in front of Horn's bakery the
screams of a young native girl attracted
the attention of almost every body
on the street. When first seen' she was
sitting on the step of the hack with her
leet dragging on the ground while she
was cither holding to the vehicle or
was being held by some party inside
the hack. Different parties on the
street called to the driver to stop but
he paid no attention to their cries. A
policeman, as usUal, stood in the middle
of the street and did nothing. All
who witnessed the affair is of 'the
opinion that something was decidedly
wrong. The matter ought to be looked
into at once by the authorities. This
is the second case of the kind within a
year. It is understood that a white man
was in the hack.
"So you clidn,'t, know I gave 'em all
icecream ? " said the genial Henry Hart
as he came into the Press office yesterday
morning. " Gave who icecream,
Mr. Hart ? " cried the shipping reporter
as he fairly bounded into the air
with the water running out of his mouth.
The business manager dropped his eye
glasses into his lap with a look of despise
and the editor put both feet into
the waste-paper basket to quiet his agi
tation. When Mr. Hart saw the damage
he, had done he immedcately made
atonement by asking the occupants of
the editorial room to come up and try
a dish, The shipping reporter immediately
recovered sufficiently to make
a blunder in the shipping news ; the
business manager replaced his glasses
on his nose with the wrong side out,
and the editor dipped his pen into the
mucilage stand and wrote the following
local : " On last Sunday Mr. Henry
Hart of the Elite Ice Cream Saloon
sent gifts of icecream to Oahu Prison,
the Queen's Hospital, and the Leper
Settlement. The inmates of these different
institutions sent the plates back
empty and expressed the warmest thanks
for Mr. Hart s cool compliment.
The following local clipped from the
columns of the Carson, Nevada, Free
Lance where Mr. Daggett, our ex-Minister
Resident is well known will be of interest
to many of our readers: "A grapcy
vine telegram from Washington City
brings the news that Hon. Rollin
Daggett has disclosed to President
Cleveland and his Cabinet the weighty
matters which where committed to his
charge by King Kalakaua upon the
departure of the ex-United States
Minister from the dominion of His
Dusky Majesty. It is briefly a proposition
for the absolute annexation of.the
Hawaiian Kingdom to the United
States upon'the condition of its being
admitted to the Union on an equal
footing with the original States, as
Texas was in 1845. This may to some
extent explain Mr. Daggett's apparent
indifference to the standing of the
Senatorial contest in this State, for if
his present negotaitions should succeed
he would have no difficulty in securing
from the grateful new State of Hawaii
anything that he should ask. The
present King would probably be his
colleague. The new State would be
entitled to three members in the lower
house in Congress.
The last day that the sailors of the
Constance were allowed on shore three
of the jolly tars decided to demonstrate
the fact that they could steer and navigate
a horse just as well as they could
handle a ship, So early in the morning,
they were on shore and were soon
perched upon three sorry looking
animals that looked as if they weie incapable
of doing any mischief. The
small party started out at first rather
cautiously and walked ttieir lirey steeds
down King street. The "old salts"
seeing clear sailing set more sail and
started their horses, on a trot, but the
liding was a little too bouncy for their
comfort. The hdrses were started and
kept mcreasng their speed until they
weie going at a break neck rate. For
once in their lives the valiant mariners
let go the tiller of their plunging
hulks and held on like grim death.
No accident however occurred until
the now thoroughly scared riders
reached the corner of Hotel and Richard
streets, when a frantic endeavor
was made to stop their course which resulted
in causing each .horse to make a
different tack, two going down Richard
street the other running a foul of the
Hotel fence, The collision caused
Jack to fall overboard, but he sustained
no injuiies. The other horses at last
became winded and were finally
managed, and were steered back to
Hotel and Richard streets where they
found their ship-wrecked mate awaiting
them, They were agajn all mounted
and sailed back to the place where they
procured, their riding equipments.
They then went aboard their vessel
"sadder but wiser "men."
daily Honolulu press; Wednesday December 2, 1885.
A Chinaman who resides in the
midst of his vegetable patch, near the
shore of Waikiki, has been troubled for
some time past by some person pilfering
among his roots and grasses To
put a stop to these depredations the
said Chinaman determined to sit up all
night and morse a gun loaded with the
coarsest quality of Hawaiian salt. The
night before last this watchful Chinaman
was rewarded for his vigils and
would have rewarded the man who had
been in the habit of eating greens nt
his expense, if the gun had gone off
when he pulled the trigger. Hut as the
gun didn't pop, he took it from his
shoulder to examine it and while hold
ing muzzle down it went off and the
Chinaman is reported to have spent the
remainder of the night picking salt out
of one of his feet. The other fellow
took the hint and skipped.
They say : that it is easier to talk
Solitics than it is to work ; that there is
115,000 upatthe Merchant's Exchange
in San Francisco, bet as follows t $5,000
that the Alameda will beat the1
to Honolulu, $5,000 that the
Alameda will arrive at Auckland first,
and $5,000 that the Alameda will
reach Sydney first; that thj: steam
Morning Stat; is to be re-named after
Captain Bray's daughter ; that the
editors of California' newspapers will
need no punishment hereafter (because
they are burnt up sufficiently; in this
world by their contemporaries ; that the
most the King expects from the natives
at the next election is a half hearted
support to his "dummy Government ; "
that ' there will be an electric light
company organized in Honolulu next
spring provided sufficient Hawaiian
capital can be brought into the affair
to secure home backing; that the
Alameda will have passed the Zealandia
by twelve o'clock last night ; that the
dedication of the Chinese Y. M. C, A.
building on next Thursday evening will
be an interesting affair ; that the hope
of the Government side for success at
the coming elections lies in thej support
they .will have fromthosewhosunportthe
liquor license question jjjiat those who
pretend to further the cause of the
people sometimes have private ends in
view j that the men of Honolulu intend
organizing a club after the style of the
Pacific Club in San Francisco ; that
the English built ships on the hew line
will never be able to compete with
American ships in speed ; that the
Fort-street Merchant intends issuing a
funny almanac for the year 1886 ; that
the coming financial shadows leave political
events behind, much to the detriment
of the old adage ; that the hula
girls who danced so spritly a short time
since have not as yet received their
pay ; that the Christmas turkey will
soon bid the world a-long farewell ; and
that revolutions will never occur in a
country where the people eat poi and
trade with depreciated silver.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Ilk Martha Davis 1 . . Benscn
Tlk C R Bishop Wolters
Bktne Ei.la . . . ." , . . .Howe
Bk Victoria Cross , 1 Robinson
Ilk Lizzib'Iredalb Iredale
Tuesday Dec. I
Stmt W G Hall from Maul anil Hawaii
Tuesday, Dec. 1
Stmr Zealandia for thc'Colonics
Stmr James I Dowsett for Molokai
Stmr Mokoll! for Molokai
Schr Kuwailani for Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza lor Koolau
Schr Ehukai for Walalua
Schr Wailelc for Ililo ports
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau,
Stmr Iwalani for Hamakua.
Stmr Lehua for Hamakua.
Stmr Kinau for Windward Ports
Stmr James Makee 5 P. M. for Kapaa, Kauai
Stmr Alameda for Colonies
Bgtne W G Irwin for San Francisco
Schr Josephine for Ewa
rUSSBC T.EAYIXO TllXS VAT.
Schr Rainbow for Koolau.
Stmr Planterat 5 P. M. for Nawiliwili, Kolua,
Stmr Likelike, 5 r m, for Maul
From San Francisco, per stmr 'Alameda,
Monday Nov. 30 -Hon J M Kapena, Hon
C R Bishop, Hon S G Wilder, Col G W
Macfarlanc, lion F Brown. Cfjustice Judd
wf&4ch, Hon Godfrey Rhodes & wf, Mrs
L S MerafTey, Miss L Hathaway, Mts T
Coan, John Nott & wf, Miss H M Bliss, Mrs
J T Smith, Miss S Mehan, Mrs J I O Carter
& daughter, Andrew Moore and wf, Miss
B Herrick, J T McKeniie, A F Sykes, Win
Duffeild, Geo M K Fair, F G St John, Alex
A Gordon, Dr M Grossman, II Underwood,
Cl)as Weshon, G N Wilcox, J H Harrison,
R Goodman, MissM Hitchcock, J AGilman,
Airs M CreytonJJand dauhgter, F
iMagnin, vtfand. Infant, 29 steerage and 34
From San Francisco per stmr Zealandia,
Monday Nov. 30 Mr J Howe and 69
Chinese in the sreerage.
From windward, per smr W G Hall Tuesday
Dec. 1 A A Todd, E M Jones, Mrs
W F Roy amVch, Henry Grulie, Mrs Era
Pracht, Tonghlng and 85 deck.
For Kauai per stmr Tames Makeei Tuesday
Dec. I Wm Hal, E Bashvllle, C A Vnnck,
W Blaisdell, Col Z S Spalding and 22 deck.
For Hamakua, per stmr Iwalani, Tuesday
Dec. 1 Ci W Wilfong, F Buckholti nu,l 20
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau
Tuesday Dec. i--Mrs Kaholokahlkl, Mrs
Wright, Mrs K Farrics, Miss Ifitchcock,
Gov Domlnis and 2 servant, Jona Austin,
Judge McCutly, S Ami, V Alau, Mr
Williams, TH Hughs, (J F Renton &brlde,T W
Girvin, II Renton, Mrs Taylor, V A
Kinney, W L' Wilcox, Hon G W I'illpo, F
H Hayselden, P N Makee, His Ex Paul
Neumann, P A Dias and family, C W Ashford
and 100 deck,
For San Francisco, pet bgtnc W G Irwin,
Tuesday Dec, I Rev A D Miller, Miss F
Miller, A Geerlng, E A Douglass, C Olsen,
II K Field, H L Reed, T Kisaburo wf 4 ch,
Tllte UNUrJRSIGrlKD WII.MtTX'lilVK
MONEY .AT THK1R SAVINGS
llNK UPON THE FOLLOWING'
On sums ol Five Hundred Dalian or under, from
one person, they will pay Interest at the rate of five per
tent, ner annum. Iroin date of. recelnt. on all turns that
lnhall have remained on deposit three months, or have
Deen on deposit uirce monuism me nine 01 maKing up
the yearly accounts. No Interest will be computed on
fractions of dollars or for fractions of a month.
No Interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
within three months from date of deposit.
Thirty days notice must be given at the Hank of an
intention to withdraw any money ; and the Depositor's
Pass-book must be produced ft the same time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the
Depositor, accompanied by the proper Pass-book.
On the first day of September of each year, the
accounts will be made up, and Interest on alj sums that
shall have remained on deposit three months or more,
and unpaid, will be credited to the depositors, and
from that date form pail of the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will .
received, subject to special agreement. '
The Bank will be open every day In the week except
Sundyi and Holidays. , i
90-970 BISHOP St, CO.
C. EC. 1MLXJLjJLJEZ&.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONtiLTJLU.
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 Busi'
ncss Houses, but also to the domestic class
who would wish 111c to 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 all matters pertaining to
General Business, viz : Adjusting and Collecting
Accounts, Distribution of Bills and
Circulars, Custom House Entries, Buying
and Renting Real Estate and Personal Property.
1ST All Legal Documents will be carefully
and neatly drawn up by Mr. J.' i. Magoon.
I will attend to all matters entrusted in my
care in a careful, courteous and neat manner
and with quick dispatch.
Agent for Kiinkncr 81 "Co. Ked Rubber
Telephone ; P. O. Box 113.
With an excellent assortment of
New and Seasonable Goods !
In keeping with the usual extra
quality of novelties and desirable
Books, Toys," Fancy Goods,
. Christinas Cards,
For which thin establishment 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 Priie Cards (plain and fringed),
Xtnas Aloha'(fringed) Bookmarks,
Fine Plush Goods, Celulold Sets,
EBONY FRAMES &,CABINETS
Steam and Electric Toys,
New Toys and Games,
PACIFIC cdVAST5fDIARIES FOR 18S6
"(Pocket"Wl Office sires.)
Dreka's Dictionary Blotters', I'apeteries,
Juvenile Books (a. fine assortment),
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Together with a full and complete
line of Stationery and Blank Books.
Alt orders faithfully attended to. Piiceas
reasonable as good Goods will warrant, and
cheapest In the long run. '
THOS. . THRUM,
lot Fort Street.
LEGAL CAP PERFECTION PADS,
HODDER'S LKTTUR PADS,
Letter, Cap and Note Mocks of first quality paper,
- Legal Cap, Letter and Note lllocks of ruled
Manilla paper, plain Memo, and Note
blocks, M. & II. form blocks
for Kills, Statements,
Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM Deslrod
A I Til OH, (J, THJlUjU'S
Kokt Stkkit Storiu
Just received n consignment of
(Dressed and undressed),
A splendid lot of
Also a few cases of
Exta Manila Cigars,
, Show Cases,
And a small line of Ladies', Misses',
Men's and Youths'
Boots, Gaitors & Shoes.
All of which will be sold to the trade at
LYONS Jt COURNS,
tA)tctfccr $ Commlttlon Merchant
ICE CREAM PARLORS!
No. 85 Hotel Street.
Delicious llavored Ice Cream made from
pure 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
Pamilioa.Partios, Balls and Woddingc
For the convenience of the public we pack
orders for Ice Cream in -Patent Refrigerator
Cans, which hold from I to 40 Quarts, warranted
to keep its delightful flavor and perfect
form for many hours.
Ring Up Bell Telephone 1S2 Or
Mutual Telephone .338,
42T The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open
daily until 11 I'. M. 21 ly
MELLEB, & HALBE'S
Ice Oreara ?arlor
Lincoln's Blook, King Street,
A Fiuo Assortmont of
CANDIES AND CAKES,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
LADIES HAIR DRESSING,
Switches, Curls, Front 'Pieces,
All warranted Natural Hair.
Invisidlr Hack Hair Nkts.
Lad es and Cliildrens tlair Cutting and Shampoo.
ng at store or .esldence.
LanRtry Hair Cutting: a Specialty.
All at San Francisco Prices,
949-174 Fort Street Opposite Dodd's Stable
1WTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 10 Fort'Stroot, Honolulu,
IMrORTER AND DBALKR IN
Par's, Attrlinicnti, Oil ami Aeccuorlet.
ABKN1 TOR TUB'
Whith and tnd NkwHomr Machine
Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds
Corticell's Silk, In all colors and sites :
Harbour's Linen 'Ihread,
Clark's O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Afmc. Demons ft Reliable Cut Paper Patterns
Dealer In Riflos
Gunh and Si orting Goods
Shot. Powdkr, Caps,
aild MurAiuc Cartridges
KKttOHKSn STOYKS, all .
I.ock and promptly
attended to. SVJS
Keep your horses cool
and healthy, and avoid excessive
sweating by having
them clipped with the
HORSE CLIPPING MACHINE,
Now operation at the
Corntr of I'lmchboicl anil Qurtn fHrt
43.1m. C, 1). MILES, Proprietor.
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