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Will bo for unlo Tnllvnt ilio
J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Met. hant street
N. F. HUROESS,, Mim street
C. J. MCCARTHY .,.. Hotel sireet
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel slreeet
Five Cents per- Copif.
Noon-day prayer meeting at the Y.
M. C. A. Rooms at 12:25 to-day for
histy minutes. Come.
Two of'the mustcians, and one of
the acrobats, of Woodycar,'s circus, are
in town, having left the company here.
The Chinese rice growers at Koolau
are complaining that a form of blight
is injuring their crops in that district.
There is a report abroad that a
natjve child has been missing since the
last 'fire in the mountains' back of town.
The corner of Beretania and Punchbowl
streets was the scene of a little
difficulty between two natives yesterday
H. R. H. Princess Liliuokalani will
hold her weekly reception, at her Pa-lama
residence this afternoon, between
the hours of three and five o'clock.
It is reported that Mr. Harry
Armitage is so busy the day steamers
go out that he will sometimes refuse to
take money when it is offered to him.
On the 29th of October Miss Alice
May Severance, daughter of the ex-Consul
of Hawaii, was married in San
' Francisco to Mr. Clorgc 13. Kirkbride.
Mr. Thos. McGiffin, lately discharged
from the police force, through the in
strumentality of outside parties, left for
Waimea, Kauai, by the Planter yesterday
The lamp post, which formerly stood
ut the foot of Fort street, has been removed,
and the lamp placed on the roof
of the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Mr. M. L Hartman has accepted
the challenge issued by Mr. W. Mullen
for a five-mile race, to take place on
Saturday the 12th of December, at the
Yosemite Skating Rink.
Some new parlor-games have been
added to the ones previously in use at
the Y, M. C. A. and young men are cordially
invited to drop in and spend their
leisure hours enjoying them.
It has been noticed and remarked
upon by those who are out late at night
that the upper portion of Nuuanli
street next to Beretania street is often
so dark that people are obliged to feel
their way home.
The natives who were picked up by
the schooner Rainbow the other day
were first seen by a policeman at
who telephoned their situation to
town. It was merely good fortune
that the natives attracted theNutention
of the deck hands on the passing
The new Chinese Y. M. C. A. building
recently erected in the rear of the
' Chinese Church on Fort street-will be
dedicated with appropriate services this
evening at half-past seven o'clock.
Friends of the good work and all
those interested are invited to be present.
The entrance to the new building
leads off Beretania street near Fort
Since the new street-cleaning contract
has been awarded complaints have
been lodged at this office that barrels
and boxes of rubbish are allowed to
remain at different places on Hotel
street until they are overflowing and
filthy. If this is a sample of the rest
of the town the Government who have
done well to have followed the advice
of the Irishman and removed the present
incumbent before they put him
The Dramatic Company by special
request have decided to repeat "The
Widow Hunt" at the Music Hall on
next Saturday evening at eight o'clock.
This entertainment will be given as the
other was for the benefit of the Honolulu
Library Association. As the object
' is most worthy and the entertainment
- is really good, there should be a good
turnout. The box plan will be open at
the office of Mr. J. E. Wiseman at
eleven o'clock this morning.
Night , before last a Chinaman was
heard yelling "haul in" near the corner
of Punchbowl street and Palace Walk,
a policeman soon appeared on the
scene, when the Chinaman told him
there was a man fn his yard whom he
wanted arrested. On entering the yard
the policeman found a native being
held by another Chinaman. While the
policeman and Chinese were talking,
two native came into the yard, seized
the prisoner, and made ofT with him.
It is announced that a movement will
soon take place which will have for its
object tlic permanent organization of ,1
literary society. It is understood that
those whq arc arranging the plan of
action will not stop short ot securing
and fitting up, in a central location,
suitable rooms for the society, An
effort will also be made to connect
club reading-rooms with the work of
the society, where everything from a
cigar to a nice lunch can be had. No
liquors, however, will be allowed on the
premis.es. it is turther hinted that the
organization will display a political
phase and will dibcuss, all public
The Friend for December Is at hand.
With the present number The Friend
completes its forty-third volume. Ih
speaking of the present year's work the
editors say : "Much of the value and
interest of The Friend during the past
year have been due to the ability with
which our assistant editors of the
special departments devoted to Education,
Missions, and the Y. M. C. A.
have filled their pages. Wc wish thus
specially to express our appreciation of
the valuable services rendered by
Messrs. Olesdn, Foibes and Fuller, and
the Y. M C. A. editors who preceded
the present incumbent." The present
number is one of the best that have been
issued during the year. The editorial
notes aie especially interesting and full.
One of the best things in the number is
a poem entitled "where is Bculah
Land?" The educational and Y. M.
C. A. departments are also full of
They say : that the dramatic enter
tainment given night before last at
the Music Hall was so good that every
body wants more; that the appointment
of inspectors to supervise the
street-work contractors is sadly needed:
that a Board of Examination ought to
be appointe'd to re-examine all teachers
in the Hawaiian Islands upon a standard
list of thorough questions: that the re
suit would be, perhaps, that as many as
a dozen of the present teachers would
pass mUster; that the trees need trimming
in all parts of town; that the
fences need repairing in all parts of
townj that the sidewalks need repairing
in all parts of town; that the streets
need repairing in all parts of town;
that the Government needs repairing
in all parts of the Kingdom; that the
attention of the. police ought to be
called to the violation of the license
laws by Captains and Shipowners; that
the making of money follows the
managers of the hula business; that the
people who live at Waikiki object to
its being made a Sunday resort; that
the Government roads in some of the
outside districts ought to be staked out
so that they can be found; that a meet
ing of the Post Obit club will take
place next Saturday evening or Sunday
morning; that the taro crop is nromnir.
less every year in the Hawaiian Is
lands; that the native race will die with
the taro crops; that the history of Hawaii
for the coming twenty-five years
will be a sad one; that the Beretania
street folks are contemplating starting
a private watering cart during the dry
weather; .that the King's soldiers are
well satisfied with their new "soger"
clothes; that the Honolulu Rifles intend
taking the cake next time; that
the Nuuanu street Chinese merchants
make most of their money in the drug
business; and that somebody ought to
attend to directing the energies of
policemen to the duties of their positions.
The editor sat in his easy chair one
afternoon lazily watching one of his
slaves count his money by the scoop-shovel
full ; he had not a care save to
write'an occasional editorial or direct a
group of splendidly attired servants as
to what portion of the storehouse they
should carry the gold which flowed
in upon him. Such fabulous riches
fall only to the lot of country editors.
This was a country editor. He lived
in Honolulu. "If I had only six-hits"
mused this wcalty editor "I should
have more money than the Govern
ment ; but " At this point the ebony
door was flung open by a native chief
bedecked with diamonds, and the well
known countenance of a Fort-street
Merchant was pushed over the door-sill,
followed bya suit ofnew gray clothes.
The Fort-street Merchant was a very
bold and proud man, but he trembled
befoie" the wealthy editor. Regaining
his composure at last, he bowed very
low before the editor and begged the
priviligc of inserting an adveitisement in
his paper, "in order that my fortune
may get ripe" he explained as he ven
tured to raise his eyes in the awful
presence. As the editor looked over the
advertisement'the merchant grew more
bold and asked if he could have special
rates ; the editor frowned, but as he
was already very wealthy he knocked
off three dollars a week from his regular
price. While the editor was putting
the copy on the "hook" the merchant
picked up a handful of gold, from the
pile which the slave was removing, and
put it in his pocket. When the editor
returned the merchant felt very friendly
toward him and ended by asking him
to put in, for friendship's sake, a ten-dollar
local puffing his advertisement.
This overjoyed the editor and he immediately
threw his arms around the merchant's
neck and called him "brother,"
While the editor was embracing him,
the merchant improved the opportunity
to take a fine Persian pocket handkerchief
from the editor's coat-tail
pocket. The editor then openecj a
carved cabinet and gave the merchant
half a dozen imported cigars begging
him to call again. Before the merchant
went, however, he had grown so
bold that he demanded that the editor
change his advertisement every day and
add a fresh local every other day, besides
making a further reduction if the
advertisement ran for n year. At this
point the wealthy editor flew into a
rage and ordered hih slaves to seize and
bind the merchant. When this was
done the editor had the merchant pre-pared
and put under a glass case.
Next year the editor will send the merchant
to the World's Fair pf the Newspaper
Union tobe held at Paris.
runs it Misar, j'jhx
Daily, from and after date at
Mr.Lu.n & IIamif.'.s, Conitctionery.
riiitsn pff.i.u uAicic.s .t ucr.tuis
Daily, from and after date at.
MELLr.11 & Hague's Coni,kctionj:ky.
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DAILY HONOLULU PRES.S, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885.
Merchant Vesteli Now In Hurt.
Ilk MARTHA Dwis Hcnscn
Ilktnc Eu.A. Howe
Ilk Victoria Cross Koblnsmi
Ilk LI77IR I RFDAUt Ircdalc
TUESDAY Dec. t
Stmr W O Hall from Maul anil Hawaii
Wednesday, Dec. 2
Schr Kulamanu from Kohala. Hawaii
TtlFsDAY, Dec. 1
Stmr Zenlandia for the Colonics
Stmr James I Dowsclt for Molokal
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Schr Kawaltanl for Koolau
Sclir Sarah & Eliza lor Koolau
Schr I'hukal for Waiahm
Schr Wallcle for Hllo ports
Schr Hob Roy for Koolau.
Stmr Iwalanl for Hamakua.
Stmr Lchua for Hamakua.
Stmr Kinau for Windward Ports
Slmr James Makce 5 P. "M, for Kapaa, Kauai
Stmr Alameda for Colonies
Dgtno V G Irwin for San Francisco
Schr Josephine for Ewa
Wednesday Dec. 2
Stmr Planter at 5 P. M. for Nawlllwlll, Koloa,
Stmr Likclikc, 5 r M, for Maui
riiSSET. X.EA VliYG TUIS It A Y.
Stmr Kihuea IIou for Hamakua
Bktne Ella for San
Schr Kulamanu for Kohala
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Nettle Mcrrll for Lahalna
From San Francisco, per stmr Alameda,
Monday Nov, 30 Hon J M Kapena, Hon
C H Hilltop, Hon S G Wilder, Col G W
Macfarlanc, Hon F Brown. Cf Justice Judd
wf& 4 ch, Hon Godfrey Rhodes & wf, Mrs
L S McfalTey, Miss L Hathaway, Mrs T
Coan. Tohn Nott & wf, Miss II M Bliss, Mrs
J T Smith, Miss S Mchan, Mrs J O Carter
& daughter, Andrew Moore and wf, Miss
IJ Hcrrich, J T McKcnrie, A V Sykcs, Wm
Duffeild. Geo M K Fair. F G St Tohn. Alex
A Gordon, Dr M'Grossman, II Underwood,
ChasWcshon, G N Wilcox, J HUarrisonr
R Goodman. Miss M Hitchcock, T A Gilman,
J Magnin,"",Mrs M Crcytonand dabhgtcr, F
J Lowey wfnnd infant, 29 steerage and 34
From San Francisco ncr stmr Zealandia,
Monday Nov. 30 Mr J Howe and 69
Chinese in the srecragc.
From windward, per smr W G Hall Tues
day Dec. 1 -A A Todd, E M Jones, Mrs
V 1' Koy and ch, Henry Urulic, Sirs bra
Pracht, Tonghing and 85 deck.
For Kauai per stmr lames Makee, Tuesday
Dec. 1 Wm Bal, E Dashvillc, C A Yanck,
W Hlaisdell, Col Z S Spalding and 22 deck.
For Hamakua, per stmr Iwnlani, Tuesday
Dec. 1 0 W Wilfonc, F ISuckholtz" and 20
For Maui and Hawaii, pur stmr Kinau
Tuesday Dec. 1 Mrs Kaholokahiki, Mrs
Wright, Mrs K. t'arrtes, Miss Hitchcock,
Gov Dominis and 2 servant, Jona" Austin,
fudge McCully, S Ami, Y Alau, Mr
'Williams, T II Hughs, G FRcnton&bride.T W
Girvin, II Ronton, Mrs Taylor, W A
Kinney, W L Wilcox, Hon G W Pilipo, 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 bgtne W G Irwin,
Tuesday Dec. I Rev A D Miller, Miss F
Miller, A Geering, E A Douglass, C Olsen,
H K Field, II L Keeil, T Kisaburo wf & ch,
For Kauai per stmr Planter, Wednesday
Uec. 2 Titos uranut, U. K. liull( A uryer,
Carl Esenburg J Montgomery, Otto Pflugcr,
G N Wilcox, L II Anthon, R W T Purvis,
A S Wilcox, R A Macfie and 75 deck.
The birk Victoria Cross is still in the
The bark Martha Davis will sail for
The schr Rainbow brought 330 bg rice
from Koolau, Nov 30.
The schr Emma was hauled into the stream
yesterday to be re-painted.
The bark Liuie Iredale is discharging at
the old Custom House wharf.
The schr Kulamanu brought 700 bags of
sugtr, from Kohala yesterday.
The stmr W G Hall was hauled up on the
Marine Railway yesterday to be cleaned.
The schr Nettie Merril came of the Marine
Railway on Tuesday, ahe sails to-day for
The stmr W G Hall brought 4647 bags
sugar, 89 bags awa, 107 bags coffee, II
hides, 214 pkgs sunds and 3 hogs. Dec. 1st.
The bktne Ella was hauled alongside the
stmr W G Hall an Tuesday afternoon to
take in sugar. She will sail for San Francisco
The bgtne W G Irwin sailed on Tuesday at
2 p.m. for San Francisco, taking 8500 bags
sugar, 1000 bags rice and 770 bunches of
bananas, also the mails.
Saturday Evening, Deo. 5th,
By request wilt be given for
the benefit of
Honolulu Library Association.
A Second Performance of Sterling
"A WIDOW IIITJNT,"
With the 'Previous Cast.
Prices of Admission I
Dress Circle and Parquette ,$!.oo
Balcony Front Row 1 .00
Balcony Hack Row 75
Gallery , 5
Box Plan open at Mr. I, E. Wiseman's
O.Tice thlvday (Thursday) at 1 1 o'clock. Seats,
reserved without extrpVliarge,
Performance to begin ut 8 o'clock,
I UT. UNDEUMONED Wll.J. KHCEIVK
MONEY" AT THKIK SAVINGS
HANK Ul'ON THE 101-
On um ol I'lve Hundred Dollars or mitlcr, from
one person, tliey will jnf Interest at the rate of five nor
cent, per annum, Irom date of ucelpt, on All turns that
hill have remained on deposit three months, or have
been on deposit three months at the time of making up
the yearly accounts. Notiitcreit will lie computed on
fraction, of dollars or for fractions of month.
No Interest will be allowed on moiiej withdrawn
within three months from date of deposit.
Thirty days notice must be given at the Bant- of an
Intention to withdraw any mtfney ) and the Depositor's
Pass book must be produced at the sime time.
No money will be pattt except upon the Draft of Ihe
Depositor, accompanied by the proper Pass book.
On the first day of September of each year, th
accounts will be made up, and Interest on all sums that
shall hare remained on deposit three months or more,
and unpaid, wilt be credited to the depositor,, and
from that date form part tf the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hun 'red Dollars will .
received, subject to special agreement.
The Dank will be open every day in the week except
Sundys and Holidays.
BISHOP & CO.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
In conjunction wlthMr. 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 (o 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. A.'Magoon.
I will attend to nil matters entrusted in my
care in a. careful, courteous and neat manner
and with quick dispatch.
Agent for Klinkner & Co. Ketl Rubber
Telephone i P. O. Box 113.
is now o:ee:it.
With an excellent-1 assortment of
New and Seasonable Goods !
In keeping with the usual extra
quality of novelties'and desirable
Books, Toys, Fancy Goods,
For which this establishment is noted. 2
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) Bookmarks,
Fine Plush Goo Is, Celuiold Sets,
EBONY FftAMES &OABINETS,
Steam and Electrit$Tpys,
New Toys and Games,
PACIFIC COAST DIARIES FOR 1886
(Pocket amjOffice sizes.)
Dreka's Dictionary Blotters, I'apeerie,
Juvenile Books (a fine assortment),
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Together witli a full and complete2j
line of Stationery and Blank Books.
All orders faithfully attended to. Prices as
reasonable as good Goods will warrant, and
cheapest in tliejongjrun.
THOS. G, THRUM,
10 i Fort Street.
LEGAL CAP Pr.UrCCtlON PADS,
IIODDl3k'S LETTER PADS
I. titer. Cap and Nott Ulockt of first quality paper.
Legal Cap, Letter and Nolo lllocks of ruled
Manilla paper, plain Memo, and Note
blocks, M. & II. form blocks
for Bills, Statements,
Or Paper PUTUP In ANY FOKM Desired
At nws. a. TitntiM'H
Fort Strrkt Stork.
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, Oaitors & Shoos.
All of which will be sold to the trade at
LYONS Jt C01IKNS,
Auctioneer if Commtton Merchant
ICE CREAM PARLORS!
No. 85 Hotel' Street.
Delicious llavorcd 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
Jamilios,Fartioa, Balls and Woddings
For the convenience of the public wc 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 182 Or
Mutual Telephone 338.
2T The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open
daily until 11 r. M. ai iv
MELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Oream DPavlor
Lincoln's Blook, King Street,
A Fluo Assortment of
CANDIES AND CAKES,
ALWAYS ON HANI).
LADIES HA!R DRSSSIE
Switohos, Curls, Front Piooos,
All warranted Natural Hair,
Invisible! Hack Haik Nkis.
Lad es and Children Hair Cutting and Shampoo.
ng at store or .eid.nce.
Langtry Hair Cutting a Specialty,
All at Sau Kranclsco Prices.
949-974 Fort Street Opposite Dpdd's Stable
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Fort Stroot. Honolulu,
IMrOXTBR AND 111IALKK IN
t'avit, Altnclniiriitt, Oil awl tprrarlr.
aoen: for tub
Whits nndtne Ligiit.Kvnnino New Homk Machine
Howard's Machine Needles, all kind
Coiticell'a bilk, In all colors and sires i
Harbour's Linen 'thread,
Clark's O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Mmt. Demons? s Rdiable Cut Paptr Patterns
flUNS m d SkRTIN. Goons
Smr, I'oivdbr, Caps,
and JflaTAU tc Cartripi.es
KUllOSHNK STOVXH, fn nil .
I(.k and promptly
Keep your horses cool
and healthy, and avoid excessive
sweating by having
them clipped with the
HORSE CLIPPING MACHINE,
Now in ntcceWu' operation t the
Oornei' of I'ltnehbowl itnf Queen Stroets.
4Vlm C, H, MII.E5?,. Proprietor.
A GRAND OFFER.
TO SU11SCRII1E TO THE
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS"
With the view to Increase our already
with several of our leading merchants, In Honolulu, 'to (tub our ,i.t with a' choice selection
of articles In their respective lines of business, any.of whlch,thc subscriber may select, In
person, and purchase at rates greatly reduced from jth'crcguiar, relaiprlces ofUame, thu
affording an opportunity of obtaining desirable Holiday Gifts, in connection with a subscription
to the DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, at very low rates. '
We will send the DAILY HONOLULU
to any new subscriber, or to any old subscriber
publications, for the price 'named In the first
column Is that of the publication atone. Each
$rca for -$1.00.
Catechism of the United States. Kerney. 4 mo. bauds.
Hawaiian Almanac anu Annun, 107510 1 oao. n.u,iiiraik. vv'.
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How to take care 01 our irci, ui.rasai. .u . ,.,.
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High Art for Lillle People. 16 mo. boards.
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Woman as the Mother. McKitver, 18 mo, doth.
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American Government, Its nature and form. Geo. Shea. 16 mo. doth.
Common Objects of the Microscope. Wood. 18 mo. cloth. ,
Crescent and the Cros. t6 mo. doth.
Fifine Houghton.. 6 mo. cloth.
Hawaiian Grammar. Andrews. 8 vo. boards.
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