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wigF"; -uyw? n"iW ', ..ir?P';,f"iV "t.sfW-rvpfy" ,'r1pVi"-ttllr TV - - rr TTwr-: J V& ! it J (?- ('. PAff i 9P: ';v. UFK11)AY, NOV. 10, 1882. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. AFTERNOON, Fori hI. Chinch, Ladies' Prayer Meeting, a o'clock. EVENING. Benefit Union Society, 7:30. . ,n CHRISTMAS IS COMING. An opportunity for patents to hiy in a plentiful stock of Christmas toys' for their children, is now being afforded them (by Mr. J. T. VTntcr ho'usc. Wu -were favored with a private view of the upstairs mlo wliich is to be devoted to the sale of these wares. Toys of nil kinds lie around from thu deadly bow and arrow to the fatal shot-gun. The leaden sword keeps company with the brass 8l-lon gun. The bewitch ihg doll of childhood's early days smiles upon lis with her bewitching blue eyes and flaxen hair, that wc felt she has made a mash ahead', flitt, alas, we arc loo big for tors now, so we turn away and inspect the, useful and ornamental bectiou. Hero arc pictures for your walls brackets for the corners, resplend ent in gilding and carving, games, novel aiid interesting, drcssiug-casos so nicely fitted up that you wish you could suggest to sonic one that you would not despiso one as a Christ may gift. .Smokers' tables arranged to have every facility for a good ijinc in quiet reach, and the 1000 Qpici nick-nacks that go to make hdmc look brighter and life feel happier arc there. ,' Kcador, if you wish to spend your iiioncy on making others pleased, step in and buy before others get away with the lirst chance. I" THE 'SdNG OF THE MINISTER OF , . FOREIGN AFFAIRS. ' a i..v rin.vrr.B ov iminzanck. )Inm"'tlio very model of n modem For eign MinlMer, Although Hie records of my life nm certainly mint sinister, . For I've tile I nil i o.ls of games which I'thought I'd brave the Morm on, And I've been of nil religions front the .Christian unto Mormon. .Still I'm getting pretty certain Hint the people nil forget 'tin, (Hocfiilly.) Forget 'em 1 Forget 'cm 1 That is, lliey would if Hint ribald Press had vile Gtitelte vtould only let 'em. Soliloquizing chorus of one: Still, although the rccoid of his life Is certainly mo4 sinister, Ho is thu very model of n modern For. clgn Minister. I'm up to nil the tricks of the situation I inn lllllng, And I'll Mircly fo.il the people if only , , they'll ho willing, 1 will make my pile much larger with my modicum of Hilnry, And to my private residence I'll build nnolher gallery. I've provided for niyson-hi-lnw, ljut still there nro his brothers, '(Piizzleit.) Itis brothers his toothers? (Joyfully.) I'll make more easy billets with incomes like the other's. 'CuoitUH. Still, although the rccoid of lils life, Ac. And although I nm the Premier, Mill there's my loving colleagues, 1 Who bother mc from morn to night ' they play s o many rigs. There's Kiuil, wiioni 1 can't restrain from (lancing iiln-lilr, And llush, who will make bargains that jirovo ho is n fool n, And1 Preston, too, because he knows n lot of law, (Aihuiriiijrfy.) Lot of law I lot of law I jyil'l'lnsUl cm my controlling the utter. nnces of my (esthetic jaw. , Cnoiitlfi. Still, although the record of 'M" Ills life, fio. And now, I own, it comes to this, the ' situation's critical, .Aud,.lI don't lako extra cure, I'll lose my -place political. I've 'tried nil soils of schemes, rum, r coinage, immigration, To keep thu nation's mind amused until the Coronation, lbit nothing seems to work the point, I t H don'), tee wlml'ri the matter, ifiiirinj,'y,) What's the mutter? what's l'ir Hid mutter? '( Joyfully.) I'll reorganize thu Ministry, although 'twill ralsu n clutter, idioncs oi EvKitviiour: "We must allow, we understand, herauso the outlook's sinister, tTliiU hu'll rnt from all his colleagues, Uiul still be Foieigu Minister! . , , . Ike Mv.v. 'ft! KOOLAU. : A gentleman f roin,iKoolnu reports that there tiro heavy rains in that locality, and the crops arc looking well. - Lawsuits have been frequent lately, and the police arc vinovously hunting up immoral characters. Two Chinamen were lined $100 anil sentenced to three months' imprison ment, for having opium in posses sion on "Wednesday. The people of Koolatt wish the policemen wouldn't spend their time eating so much sugar-cane, as it in terferes with the result per acre. It look nine policemen and two body guards to nncst one old man for selling liquor the other day. SHIPPING "NOTES. Tl'.c brig W. G. Irwin arrived yesterday, IDA days from .San Francisco. The schooner Anna arrived at .San' Francisco on the morning of the 20tli October. G LATE FOREIGN NEWS. The briganlino W. (!. Irwin ar rived yesterday, bringing dates to tlio 2(ith tilt. ' Oct. 25th the Bella Union Theatre was raided, and the performers arrested for giving a performance against decency anil good morals. New placer diggings have been discovered at Douglass Island, .Sitka, giving $1 to a pan. Whaling ilect have had a poor luck. Natives in the Northwest dying of starvation from short walrus supply. The rebels and their families arc being ill-treated by the Khedive's employes. Inquiries show Arabi ordered the Alexandria massacre. England proposes an International Indemnity Commission. Egyptians arc being massacred in London. Severe storm and Hoods in England. The war cost .!, 000,000 exclu sive of the army of occupation and the Indian contingent. fJcn. Wolsc lcy and stafFhavc arrived at Trieste on their wav to Eiurland. Yellow fever still raging at Pcnsiicola, Fla. ICxplosiou of fireworks al Phila delphia bi-ccntennial, killing 7 pep plei Attempted 'smuggling at San Francisco by the' S.,Sf' Arabic, de feated. Attempted assassination of the King of Serviii. The whole of Egypt south of Khartoum is in tho possession of thu fnlsc Prophet. Ilopkinsvillc, Kentucky, burned down. LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS. ' Wr. hear that Mr. C. Hopkins has been appointed first clerk in the Marshal's otllcc. .--; Tin: orphan has again advanced the price of Telephone .Stock. 25 shares sold atG0 each. Ei(iiiTV-Tinti:i-: of the Chinamen that arrived by the W. G. Irwin will go up to Hakalau Plantation by the. Malolo last night. i Tub AY. G. Irwin brought a quan tity of bouc-mcal and fertilizers, and boiler and pipe covering, also 4 horses. . Axswmts to the conundrum .in Wednesday's issue arc being re ceived. Others arc invited the best will be published next week. Tiimti: was a landslide on llic'Pali on Wednesday night. Wc hear it was u small one and Its effcots were trilling. AVi: cnll the attention of competi tors lo the fact that. boats in the second-class yacht-raco are only allowed to uso their working siiils. Tin: Foreign olllcc is being lavish ly decorated new, fables, jfurnilurc, carpets &e. It is line to be a per son of l.istc " icsllictic and poetic.' i i Tin: aUcntlon of tho Itoad Super visor is called to two holes in King street just in front of tho Station House. They need filling up. Am: there no more funds to carry on the good practice of scraping the streets V It would bu a good thing ifillie Ksplanado was scraped once or twice. ' It is Htiid that His Majesty will probably add a raco or two for juvenile oarsmen to the programme. If this is so, the' boys had "botlwr practice, well before hand, l v-f 5 ym v T-& TiiK'followlng newspaper slip was received by a merchant in this town, under. date Portland, October 2J)rd, 1882: " A dispatch from Nmmlmo stales that a largo Fuglish steamer from China," with freight and pas sciigcrs, 'has', gone ashore, at, Qhil grout .Sound on the west coast of Vancouvor Island. Word was brought to Nanaimo this morning by Jndians who crossed Hie island. The hamo of the vessel' hui b yet 'been learned. A relief will bo sent to Clouqitot, which is thirty miles north of Cape Ucalc. . . Constant complajnts nro reaching us of the number of persons who apparently are allowed to go shoot-, ing without a license. It is a mani fest injustice to those who honestly and -faithfully obey Iho laws "by pro curing and paying for a license to allow others to have the same privi leges, and not call on them also to pay for it Tho Interior Depart ment ought to caution the police on tho subject.- Two more licenses have been issued since wc last wrote on this subject the total number issuciFis now lib ' '2-JiP'GoQd- uuldcached cotton 11 yards, for only 1.00, at Cluis. J. Fishul's LcadiiigMillincry House. fl--1000 yards of Qucchco nil wool ilauncl, from 25 cts up, at Chas. .1. Fishcl's Leading Millnury House. ' , , ' t USjfWIiitc open front shirts, at Chas. J. Fislicl's Leading Millinery 'House. , . . v BQJfPlain Sateens nil colors, at Chas. J. Fishul's Lending' .Millinery House. 2fJ5 LONDON GOSSIP. (uv KjAxnun.) Special for Iho Dally lliilctlii.) The papers have barely noticed Z: Pi1Sy!H .death.. A .little Jitis. been said about liin but no great interest has. been excited. 'Even i'u liis own life time men had learned that the 'influence of the movement towards, Home wliich lie-partly led had .waned and , faded. Now that lie is, dead every one too, scemt to find' something good tb say about him. "" '"" . , The latest return which Baron Willichn Rothschild, of, Frankf ort-on-tiic-Main, has made of his nnnuiiFin como puts it down "at -1)788,000 mnrks or about. '81,197,000. His brpthcr, linroii Meyer Jvarl Jlotlischild gives liis i'tifconiq lit 4 ,500, 000',' or about 8J, 140,000. Such wealth, largo as it is, judged by a Continental SlandaVd', l6oks modest by the side of the cblossal fortunes oL'sfimc of our American cotisins. f CHR9STMAS! i t .A CAR8STWSAS ! CHRISTMAS! J. T. Wfiterhouse ' Hiis specially imported h largo rquiintlty of goods, j -' Suitable for Presents for both old nnd young. Beautiful Pictures in splendid gilt frames, Gllt'Uraeketsmnd HiieUs,', ), Chlpiiendalulial.'nots, , , Avork lloxes nnd Unkets . ,I)eskh Pressing Cases, Inkstand?; ' , , (J love and Handkerchief Muxes, llook Slides, Sntchels, Mirrors Uion.es, i Smokers' Tables, Card Tallies, Album Stands, Christina1? Onrds, wood nnd metal, TOYS,' DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS, 'il Bow's and Arrows, 81 Ton Camion', Papier Macho Card Trays, Prom 5 ceall. to $ai, drcsM'd & undress'd DollVTrdUHscnux and every reipiliiile, k ' ' Paylor Cixines, $ Comiicii'dlums. SLar itincolelte. Triple Jowliiig,Dalniico'Qniiics, &o , .. " ' V, 13" Everything will bo found to please ', the most fiiHtldlous taste, and no ' ,j stocking need go cmjity for t , wnnt of a present. " "' ' 'J. - , . No. 10 Fort Street., 213 ' ' Sfoticc. DUHINQ the temporary alHcnco of Mr. W. O. Irwin from this King. ,dom, Mr, W. M. Ont'AiU) will attend lo thu business of our house. 22(iam ...AYM. U. .IllWIN & CO! a, ...., , , i .I..... , i.i.i. . . "T0TICJi All person' owing money, IN rent; Vte., tiVIIer' Highness Until Keullkolnnl nle liereby reipiotted to make their pnymontb to i , . ,j . 9101m (U. A. AyipEMAN., 4" Ex Zcalandin, ''Gcnta fino Tweed Suits, at Chns'Ji FislJcl's. l-'orftJalo, . 1 A COllDS FIUKWOOD, nlrcndv nut 1. J and split for Move size. Price low. 'Mlisl he sold." " " """" oaveaoh's AGENCY, "12 83 King street. Thanksgiving Turkeys ! ,m -, - ' FOJt baah ; .1 A LOT OF PKIMK YOUNG TUItKKYS. Apply Hear of No. !20 School Street. 2lv "IWPrcscotl'V Scliol' , For Oiris nml Hoys, (Pcrnmuie.'s new Collnce), King sffect, IS NOW OPKN. 'Acronmnxlnlioirfor n few boarding pu pils! " w - 212 lw To tho liiulk'N ! ELEGANT PANOT "WORK r ' , ', xor.Tiin'uoMi'.vYs.j I 0U1)KUS ifikcn nnd le i..s given in Clienillf, Silks, nnd Ciewel Em broljlnyi Work to bo icm everyday from 10 n. m. to 2 p.m., nl lulFoit street (next door to Dr. Ilrodie). 212 Um Santa Clans' Headquarters I The undersigned has closed his Fort Street Store, to prepare his Holiday IHsplay or CHOICE BOOKS, AUTISTIC STATIONERY, - - , Fine Leather Goods, Artotypes and Photo. Art Goods, ' Ebony Frames, ' Brackets, , , ! Easels nml 'CabineU, TOYS AND, QVtELlES. To, Itc-Open ! On &ArJ?urrSI.VY NEXT, at I):u0a. m. aunt r Tho. fn. Tluuin. T7-AKTED, imniedlnlelw Xurse Girl, YY lo titkJo ciiro'Vi.! Children. Ap. plynt,n.i.solUT. ,H ., ,( .KJ , . .... - ii -1 '- - - - F OK SALE, if'M'ULE C A It T . Applyito J02 II. lLukfold&Cp, 'For Srtlc;' OnO'New Baskct.Phaeton, Cninpkto iueyery-reppeel, willUhu very ,r',f' lntc ImproTcinentft. ' ' 241 lw O. WE8T1 ,-x : : FOH SALE, at Cnvcnngh's Agency, 88 King M reel v, .r,. . ,y. I Oood lyich Cow,alf atfoot; : 1 Call roi-nl.-f'CoV: Stipdrior1 breed: 1 Quiet, Saddle Hnfc-trial .giveft'r ' will carry n lftdyl U "i:l! XpticcV DUKIXO mj'lcmporary absence from this Island, Mr. 'A. Gautumikku will act for nip under u full Power of C1IAS. J. FIdllEL. A. 0. F. COURT LTTNALILO, No. (J.OOO. ' THE Officers niul Members rif t'hd above Lodge are hereby notlllal lo ultend the next Kegulhr Meeting ' On Tuesday, November l4tn, 1882, nt 7:30 p. in'., In the Knights wf'Pyihliis llnl),,ns there will'bo business of great imp'orl-iincd ( Visiting Jbethren1 aro'cordliilly' in. vited loaltend. ' i IJ-'' order, , E., A. IIA11T, 2-IQ lw Chief linngcr. NEW GOODS .JX nV 'C'I btViHA AVILL !aUVE W'. fM 3?ci!( Stun ijSiic:,: 4rf-!"?ljjfl ''-Foil- , ' ti FRAlK GERTZ 2!W 111 Port Street, H- ' Dlt. Do FltlES, VETEHINAltY 8'UItGEO'N,- resb dcacc and Medical Kooms and Stables, near tho cornor n( Victoria; st., Ull DUIL'lUIlli. nilL'Cl, Cures ull kinds: of Dumb Animals. All Horses and Cattle perfectly cured or no comi)cnsatiiuuki'd, My Diploma was crantcd by tho "Ley. den'' University, at Uollnnd. B3TLeavd orders ni J. E, Wiseman's Olllcc, Merchant street, or at mv tefi deuce. ; 2!Jl,lini TO "L E t-O'N'ti TJ'O' f T!A G E , conlnlffhig T niohis, vitii stnlillng nudiovery convutdoce, hitunted on Hie Pulnj, nbpiU 1 ii.lo'fr9in town, Wuter laid on. For piiriieuhiisiliiply lo . ,.A.J?EUNANI)EZ; lor.im Avp.Hnll.eoq'e,, r; .'.tit vmuwnnt loco the a! l ' t'x Stu it i ' iEM LTltyuii oiuur ui ugauioi k ' is In the Kingdom, dio to i'A luccn Htrcct. Xf-you wnultoRcc Tho Best ftuttlity dt Loatlior In the Kingdom, i :' . o to'Ja luccn Htrcct, ,. If you want to, jBuyLoator nt tho, Lowest Prices in the Kingdom, , - tin to -lis (nccn (Street. If yqu, want tu,Ruy the ,, Best' .Qlialjty, of .Grocbrids,,; 1 ' " " Iil'theKlni-'iioin, Uo to 1 (lucrti I Htrcct. r 'IfyoHwnhl More for your Money', than you can buy elsewhere in the Klngdohi, G-o to 42 Qraeen St. Mt AV. McOHESNEY & bON. 'J30 if 1 . , ,,. 913" TJIU -no ,, tAT-EST -ffSsttM I ) ,. ,, ih,.' i. t ,.,t.n - J . Ji .1 ;i jl. tj .''II ! ;v M ( . ii I. hi ' i" I'' I'M ( ' ill- ' '1,1' A ' Millinery & Fancy Articles . i i -i i 1 1 . i , i , i , Received by every Blcnmcr. , .,. wis.,wiLKirisoN; ., ' Old Established Millinery Establishment, I' , I . , M.l't l' 181 .... ,103 Fort street. : .., fu'ly, CO-OPEfeATBONI , ' ' ' U ' ll'i liitn "'I , iflm pciiu ii j in. i c. , t , aWNEHS of ltcnllCstAte-wHI ninny ;nd it to jbeir, ndvaiitngo,.njil(icc ihdr houses kiiiI lands in my cnrr.ior disposal, ns I nin tliuonlv'ncknn-wl'cil'geil JtydlEtfntij Uro.ron jpsjylv.j . Agents and Planters, nnd nit otherirm jilbyeVsot mcelihriles nnd rnWifersMril! dOiwell to.nQtlfyimHiWlieu' -incaneiw ocj ViJ-'' I 1.1 '(.. jllll n . i' , . , Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages qnn all other legnl!,rmqer,4 drnvt'n in' premier fon ' i i . i, i' i, t . r IMIIh Collected, ,;, Books nndiieciumts, kept, . ,, , Custom entries, , . Letters and Engrossing done,. , . i. i i . iP ' ft nud .gcijeral business ofllcc work of cverV dcs'criptlunnltttidcilto nnd always mi Ilia mobt reiibonhblo terms!-' 1 t -i '" JOSEPH IJ.'WIS'EM'A,' " '' 'Olllcc '27 Mcrcllnnt Btrett, Honolulu". 'Tcleplioncn:" ' ;P. O. Edxfillu ' I ' , ' 'V t'l ' i. 'I ' ' Notice. "VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN-TO i,l nil persons Unit, at n meeting held Oct. 21st, 1882, of subscribers to tho stock of the OnoinL'n Sugar Co., it wns vptcd, lo neeppt UjClnntov pt Incorpp.m. tion. granted to them and their associates aniVsiicecss-ors, Wider the eorponlte nnnic nud stvle of Hie Oniunea Sugar Co., on the 20th day of October, 1882, nnd that the corporation, under Said Charter thereupon organized itself nnd elected the following .iit'iiied pillcers of the Company: S L AUSTIN -. President . ' ' .7 AUSTIN.' iVlcc-Presidcnt1' PC JONES, Jn Sccrethry , GHItOSS. .-......, Treasurer i ' JO.CAltTEK jAuilitor , , Notice is further given ,tliat;pursnaiit to the tiSHris (if IsnlirClirirtcr', ''No Stock, bolder shall ih'diVldunlly bo liable for thodbhtsof the corporation beyond the ninouit wliicli-.si:i)l, be. due upon the sharp or shares held, or owned .by Jilm. tielf. P.,q. JONES, Jit.,'8l-c'y. ' .i ' Xotice. i NOTI015 IS' HEREI1Y GIVEN TO nil ticrsoiiR Hint at a imletlui- held on the 21st dav Oct., 1882, of subscribers tojthMlQqk of Uic,Pflukui Sugar Co., It (was votejl lo aecep.n 9'iartcr of.Incofpb ration grauieu 10 incm ami picir asso. Clntrtf nnd sucdessors, und6r tho corjionito iinmu mid stylo-uf tlioPnuknaSugnrCo., ,on the,20l day of Oct, 1882, and, ht (119 corpornuon, piiucr smu uiintter. mereupon iirgnnizcii iiscn ami elected the following 'nitincd bfJlcdra of'JUu Company: '- ir i i i- J. Austik.-. . -. . . . . '. v . . . .'..PrcsBlent. S. L; AfsTlx.'. . . . i. .Vice Prooidcnt. P, C, JjOM,ii.1vSee'y &, Treasurer, J. O, Caiitiiii r . . f . . .Auditor, Noliec is father gfvpn that' 'pnrsu'iiht to thu terms of snld Charter, " No 8t(x!k. holder shall Indlvlditully ,be liable fcr Uiu delits.iif tho cornorntioii bpyimd, tho nmoiuit wjilch slinlf bo duo upon the slinre tir shares, hldd or nwiied .by Jiiiiiself. v-i ' " - ' ' l " J 205. ''i P. C-Jouus, Jit,-8qc'y.f AVO.ofofCKSOTrTho7. JL oud lloOr of Urn bulldlm; bcctiplcd by J. yv, HouerUoiv &, (jo ,., , juo i I VI i I ! H f !' -Ur- 4(tJuat'fcU. J h Jti .'li. .'1 d tfn -tl, -.;!