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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
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MURDER. l.- r mnutmm$. ; . ,t UUUUilwuuJ ma
uesdat. isvvcmbr 'll.t f
i Augnat Bujbhajfd, 60?day rom Ne
TuE6PATfc November 22. -3
S Australia, Houdlette, fpx pin Fejsci, jft
D Stair Kinau, Lorenzen, for Maui and Ha-
stm Likelike, Da vies, for Kabulul. atdpm
ctmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Waf-
mU Koloaetc4 Kfcia, a 5 n.m
'tmr Wairaanalo, for Waianae at 9 a m
Stmr Kilauea Hou, Cameron, (for Hamakua,
Mount Lebanon, for Hongkong
Scbr Hawaiian, forso
vessels Leavius To-day.
Aip'bk f1?fiIal JWj. torPort Towfi
.Ann vy ..
Brit bk Margaret
port Towns ed, W T
Heald, Jas Williams, for
I'rfr) Vr tut Fnrefirii piifui
rjSSVWdali-vaV:ir A3 lifir.il I.ewl AKlmberly, 4
from Callao, S. A.
USS Juniat.:jJ,J T J tavij, from Acpulco, C?
USS Mobic:;u, D.w, tru Cailao, 8 A
u bi Uoi'jtf.-i, .:na tijitxiQy, rrom vic-
.nria.'B-iCS ) I
Townaend, W T
Brit ship Min, sailed from London August 24
Am bktne Amelia, W Xewhall, from Port Town
jeud, due August 15-31 . . i
Am tern Kva, J O Wikrnan, from Eureka, Cal,
Yrt ktrte Jvngut Burcljar, from Newcastle,
'SW,' due Oct 120
" HUMS 'sukub.a, from Tahiy, due April. -2Q,
Am bk Coloma," from Portland , en' route for
Hongkong, due Oct 25-30
Am bk Southern-'.Chief, from; Portland Or;.ea
ro um-io BiOngVnrig, dnOrtt 20-81 . -
Uer bars ueutcnianu, irom Bremen, sauea
ohfh diiA Fnhmarv 1-90
Ani bktn Ella, E C Rust, from Eureka. Ci,
due Oct 1-30 1 S v 8 J' )
HaW bark Star or Devon, Holland, from Samoa
via Jaluit. SSI. due Nov 15-30
Am bk Martba Davis, F 31 Benson, from Bos
ton, due March 1 j, r . , 1 i I
Am ship Myfl tic Belle, Cooke, from New York,
du March 1-20
Am bk'fci9S Stone1,' C F'Brstonfrom Hong
kong, dne Nov 1-15
Am bk C D Brvant. Jno Lee. from San Fran
cisco, do Npyem 13618-2 f . J
Brtt yaf htJBuprlse2, rom Ydkh:axnar sailia Oc- i
tober 17tb, due November 20-30
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from Cardiff,
October 22d, due March 1-20
Brit bk Nituna, sailed frajiii, Liverpool, October
2th. due March 5-1' I I I . i '
Am bk Saranac, sailed from Liverpool October
Mi, due February' Z9 ,
Aurtt Jfiiftb. fDav!s,rFM BeAscfn, sailerfrom
Boston October 22d, due February 29
liaw bk James A King, H H Berry, fi-om Port
Townsend. W T. due December 15-3i
Haw, bkLdy Lampfoa, "W W fSIaritou.ifrom
Saa lticfsco, dub November 21-25
Am bk Lady Harewood, from llongKong, Que
December 5-25 "?
lier bk H Prltzenburg, from HongkonK, due
December 10-5 . i . ;
Adi bfgtne W Q Irwin, J E McCullock, lrom
San Francisco, due 'December I-2( '
Am bk Ceylon, P Calhoun, from San Franeisco,
due December 10 25
Am bk Forest Queen, J C M Winding, from-San
Franci3co, due December 10-25
Jan S S Wakanoura. from Yokohama. due uec
For Kaufti. ner stmrMlkahala, Hovemb
hi m- .
W (lonridt. M G Correa. Rev K MeyamS. Mr Bur
60 chardt. Mr Schmidt. U Lose and about
For Windward ports, per steamer Kinau. Nov
I" L M Baldwin, A. T Atkinson, Rev E P Baker.
J V Gall and wife, Wong Kwai, F Maby, Mrs J H
Maby, C N Arnold and wife, Major W 11 Corn
well, C B Makee, G P- Wilder, C L Wight apd
family and aborft 60 deck passengers. ,
For Molbkai, per stmr Likelike, November 22
Rev A D Bissel, HTM Whitney, Jr, and about 70
deck passengers. .
For San Francisco, per S S Australia, Novem
ber 22 Mr arid Mrs H A Parmaleo and daughter,
C A Gibson, WA Wall, Mrs J M Horner, Miss M
E Kirke, V Borchgrevink and wife, Captain T
Thompson, Mrs H M Whitney, Sr, J T Water
house and wife, H K McComber, F H Austin and
wife, G P CasUe.L M Mather, Mrs E Gest and 92
in the steerage. - . . .. '
The American bark Nellie May, having com
pleted unloading coal, will leave to-day in bal
last for Puget SQund..y :.' . ,
The barkentine Mount Lcba'nbn sailed Novem
ber 22dwith 100 Chinese passengers for Hong
kong. . .
The British bark Margaret Heaid is expected
to leave to-day for Portland, VfOrsConv,",to load
wheat for Europe.
Th Onrman bark Aucust Burchard arrived
November 22dtoyd,co uyA tv$mctl!&ii
S. W. with ahout900 tons coal. She was aocKea
at the Pacific Mail Company's wharf.
The Japanese steamship Wakanoura is ex
pected to leave Yokohama ahout neptMouday, I
NovJnbr 2h. wl!b' Immigrants foV this pdrt! ff
The brigantine John D. Spreckels is expected
to Bill rami 'ga'uulul'iP-flav lu tanaul fursn'
The Hawaiian bark Lillian, Captain G. B. Hoi-
land, is now due from the South Sea Islands 4
with a cargo of cobra for the Paciuc Navigation
Dr. G. Trousseau's new gas launch had a
trial trip around the bay yesterday. The speed
attained was about five knots.
The Hawaiian steamship Australia, Captain H.
C Houdlette, sailed November 22d for San
Francisco, with 6,057 bags sugar, shipped byv
Messrs'. W'. G" Irwin & Co.; 3,072 bags rice, 3,471
bunches bananas, 1,510 pieces sugar cane, 90
bundles skins, 98 dry hides, 738 bundles green
tides and several sundry packages. The follow-
las were the shippers;. M.' Phillips s .to.,
fcag9 rice; Hyman B"r(?s. VtOOObags rjj; Sing
Cfeong & Co., 1,164 ags rice; O J Campbell, 1,479
lunches bananas; E M Marshall, 1,106 bunches
bananas; McChesney & Sons, 492 bunches ba-
uanaa. The cargo was valued at about ?54,000.
MORGAN In this city, November 21st, to
wife of James F. Morgan, a daughter.
Departure of tlie Australia.
The Oceanic Company's steamship
Australia sailed shortly ter npon yes
terday for San Francisco with a cargo ot
domestic produce valued at 54,000.00,.
nineteen cabin and ninety-four steerage
Passe ngersalso a large mail .from the
lost-ofSce. There was quite a large
number of people present' on 'the Wharf
to witness her departure; and -the Royal
Hawaiian : Band enlivened the '-'proceed-!
lngs with appropriate selections of music.
A'OlU a onrt. '
BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON.
Tuesday-, November 22d.
0- huBeleri Leiole and a ha61e Vere
each fined for drunkenness.
R- Henricks was fined $10 and $1, 50
costs for assault and battery on Apo. i-
Walie Perry vs. Narcisses Perry, de
Jfch-jfrfd refilsin to support his wife.
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To-morrow is Thanksgiving Day.
A .Belgian man-of-war is expected in aiy
The Legislature meets at 10 o'clock this
Mr. Justice Bickerton presides at Cham-
out a brand
new stock of holiday goods.
Read the advertisement of the California
Frut Market in another column.
A special meeting of the Honolulu
Arion Society will be held this evening. 1.
Company D, Honolulu Rifles, will havei'
special drill this evening at the Armory
The managerV of the Honolulu Steam
uaUjnary nas a notice in another colufiin.
The usual prayer meeting at the vestry
of the Central Union Church this evening.
A meeting of the Trustees of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will be held at 4 o'clock this after
noon', s '
- To-day is the birthday anniversary of
the mother of the Emperor of China. The
ef ent w,ill be noticed in this city. .
A meeting of the W. C. T. U.,will be
held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the
parlors of the Central Union Church.
There 'was a meeting of the Opium and
Liquor Committee at the Legislative Hall
last evening at which the public were in
There will (be the usual service at St.
Andrew's Cathedral this evening at 7:30,
o'clock. Choir rehearsal will follow, and
e very m ember of the choir is requested to
At noon, tp-day Mr. James F. Morgan i
L' vvjill pfferor fale at - his salesrpcon, a piee
of land on King street between the An
chor saloon and the building occupied by
Mr. Francis M.' Mdore of Spreckelsville
and Miss Maggie Hendry of San Francisco
werejunited in marriage, Mpndy evenirig,
by !f Itev. ihl Beckwith,t the irfesidnc! of
His Excellency the Attorney General.
There was a large demand for copies of
yeserday VAt)viTiSKRwillAhe ful report
of the debate on the Bond question. Every
copy Was feolU quite rearl$ in ihtembfriing".
The report will appear in the weekly edi
tion next Monday.
The ladtesof St? Andrew's Cathidtif pro-'
pps holding a fair for the benefit of the
building fund at the old church building,
oii:Thursday, the 15th of December-. They
will offer for sale a large-"variety of fancy
articles 'and all kinds of children's clothing.
Refreshmentswill be served during the day.
WENNEE & 00 J
Ail I?Idtf t toUiilay of Holiday Goods
At tbelr Store.
Wenner & Co., the well known jewe
lsrs, Fort - street, can with just pride
draw the attention of the public to their
large and varied stock of holiday goods
just opened out.- This fim sixicets ex
istence'fias acquired the most enviable
reputation of carrying the very finest
class of goods in their line, and we
frankly assert after an inspection, that
their selection of goods for the present
holiday season is one that has never been
excelled in this city. There is only one
drawback, the store is not large enough
for a proper display of these goods, but
Mr. Wenner, the genial proprietor, will
gladly show them, considering it more
of a pleasure to do so than anything
First in order we must mention the
ladies and gents gold watches of the
most unique designs, some setwitlrdia
tnondsrr'"'Th'efe'isone gent's gold watch
which is a perfect -beauty and has eight
diamonds on the case. The stock of
patterns, some of
ingly handsome. The
of studs, scarf pins, ear rings,.
Hfs radies iahd ctnlaein3', !6b
chains, and ladies' vest
ar3 "ada'pted to a'H tastes' and should be
leeve-buttons, . lockets and
with precious stones, such as diamonds
and rubies, gold and oxidized silver
headed canes and umbrellas, mantel
clocks in marble and bronze, besides a
large and varied assortment of solid sil
verware, tea and coffee sets, urns, vases
and other articles too numerous to men
tion. ' ,
The firm emply none but skilled work
men, execute only first-class work and
have tbQ facilities and are prepared to
hcjpmpet supcessf-ully withjjarjy firm any-
r e i ' a , ' i ' t -l
wnere in sryie, worKmansmp ana price.
In looking around for suitable holiday
goods do not fail to visit Wenner & Co.'s
store. Fort streett it will well repay you.
It Is Said
That the "Bulletin " l-nnwahnnr pWg.qra
made ; that the Crown land agent Frank
ly admitted his business yesterday ; that
Auctioneer Morgan ia a hapry man ; that
uio uuunug uuiiucrt uv me nnuu oucieiy
will be a fine, affair ; that the Auditor
General sent in his resignation to head
quarters on. Monday tht thet "kPa
sisters '' all want to get married ; that if
they can't get a captain or major they
wilL be content with a corporal; that it
is no 'use'df their going to the Island of
Lanai ; that Messrs. Widemann and j.
T. Waterhouse were good friends on the
steamer yesterday ; that P. C. Jones is
well posted in loan matters; that the
Legislature will not sit to-morrow ; that
somebody dughtJ to give the members a
Thanksgiving luau ; that the Palama road
is in ruins ; ihat tjier wasa. big demand
for yesterday's Advertisers that the
country is safe now that the bond matter
is settled ; that the two rnilitary bills will
vbe -shelved un"i irlgioa i titttt
there is !:
s d&rinff thiaweek
A Chinese Woman Stabbed to yTTr STliMFEDj 1 GOODS i (S F-CY- QR.Sfj.fc..Ij r-
Escape of the AaIn. S500 Reward
For Hi Capture. ? t.r
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All was quiet at the Police btation at
8:30 o'clock last night, when suddenly
the ever-busy telephone called the Ser
geant on duty to a call, and the intelliV7
gence was communicated that a Chinese
woman living near the Chinese Theatre
had been stabbed and assistance, was re
quired. Capain HbpkitTs mediately"1
responded, in answer to the call, and the
first meagre information was quickly sup
plemented on his arrival in the vicinity j
of the theatre by definite information
regarding the locality of the occurrence.
E S3 I
The spot pointed out is situated on the
JtiWarsiae Oi a -simruus aiiey-va iiiau
winds its way from King street through
the marsh lands, in the rear of the Chi
nese Theater, to Beretania street, the
dwellings in the neighborhood being of
that low, squljlgcng description
that showed uie inhabitants 'to beCnT
nese, engaged in the occupation
compatible with the locality, viz.,
-duck raising. Treading his way
carefully over the slough holes
with twhjch the . region abounds, the
fliceV Ws tfnatlyMirecrVd'fo'a smalf 6h 1
story wooden building around which
were gathered an excited crowd of na
tives and Chinese. Entering the door
way the light from a lamp, handed to
him by an onlooker, presented ,tp .his.
gaze a horrible sight tlra tjod tporuly
of a horrible murder.
Stretched on the floor, face downward,
with'the'heaJd aliiibsfc reaching thy nar
row . entrance to an inner bedroom, lay
the inanimate. body of a Chinese woman.
Gouts of blood were plainly discernible
on the bare and well-shaped arms, while
the long, black hair of the victim lay
matted in a great pool of blood which
covered the floor. It needed no medical
expert to be able to ley the (leadly yorl?
that had been co4nnlitted,'the tlaftd-red:
arterial blood giving plain and unmis
takable .evidence of .vital pointSj -being
touched by the assassin's weapon, while
the mass of life-glVing"fli'id'that ccJvere'd'
the clothyig, rmsand surrounded vtfce
body showed that death must have re
A survey of the room showed but little
evidence of a struggle, a torn mosquito
net that covered the cpueh'oh Nvhicli the
woman was undoubtedly 'lin atltlid
time of the attack, an overturned lamp,
a broken lamp chimney, were all,besides .
the 'de:i;f body" bi th'e murdefe'vfcH'm,'
silent evidence of, the. sudden.
and deadly attack.
Investigations and inquiry from those
who were first on the ground resulted in
obtaining the following statements : The
name of the murdered womari, jtva,s
Laiong See, and she waV thewffe Ko
Man Chat, musician in the Chinese
Theater. The, couple we re regarded , as j
quiet and happy. The husband had
gone -to the Chinese Theater totweeh 6
and 7 o'clock that .evening to attend to
his business, the woman, as was her
wont, remaining at the house.
About eight o'clock cries for help
were heard issuing from the house.
The wild shrieking of the woman,
who was, th'en,bing 'stricken . by the in
cisive steel of the'jdeadly weapon yielded
by the unknown murderous visitor, was
quickly echoed by her near neighbors
and soon one of the number approached
(jthe house. Finding the house in dark
ness, the doors closed and all stiU'within:
hesitated about entering, but other
neighbors coming, entry was made and
the scene before described met their hor
rified gaze. Assistance was then tele
phoned for to thePolice Nation which J
was quickly rendered.
Although the woman was dead Dr.
Trousseau was telephoned for, and on
his arrival he ordered the body conveyed
to the Police Station. He e an examina
tion was held by him and the result
showed that the work of death had been
forwarded by a sure and determined
hand. On the body wefe eight wounds', 1
four of them on the stomach, each about
an inch in length, and three of them ex
tending about two inches into the lum
bar region. Either one of these, tlyee
would have been sufficient to cause death,
but not necessarily instantaneously.
The upper lip had a long-gash across it,
andjdr ftf$ rjgftt $hejc)bpne was aiqtlir
jgash. The deadly wound, however, was
one which had been struck with fuil
force on the lower right jaw, and the
blade of the knfe garrirgp)as8edd)oyvnJ
ward back of the ear, entering fully five
inches and severing the carotid artery.
Up to an early hour this morning the
police had "not obtained any1 clue to tbe
assassin. A knife, which the Marshal
picked up on the premises, being the
only article retained in the possession of
the authorities. The Attqi;nej;r(iQn?.
eral on being apprised of the
occurrence immediately authorized the
issuitos JeYa?4 Pfr S?0p.fo Mie cap
ture of the murderer. Thfs amount hscs
since been supplemented by an addition
of $200 more by the Chinese Society and
$100 by Chip Ying Tong Co., making a
total of $500 to be paid to the party or
parties who ' make the' much desired
r The latest style Turban and the General
Boulanger hats, in hlaVk ' and coloured
straws, trimmedand untnmmed, at Sachs'
k 2 a lass 7
. Thispowder never varies. Amarveior puniy.
Etrensrth and vholesomcness. More economieaJ
tfcanfhe or4Sarg la3i c btfloltgn com
petition with the multitude of low test , Bhort
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sw-rWia
cans. Royau Bakinc 1'owit.a Co.. loo waits
TV2TX. T. OLE9fAN A CO., Agents,
SAN FHANCISCO. CAL.
.ffl PAR n EE'S
t EMED ')
(The Only Beliatl Blood Purifier.)
A SBECXFIG FOIfr
3crofu1a, Salt Rheum,.
.iid all other Skin and Blood Diseases.
IT EEGMTIiATES TEB
LIVER AHD KIDNEYS.
' -?em Indicestlon and all diseases arising rro.
f Bii Iartine t,oif- ioildon, the ceh
rated specialist, says of PARDEE'.
I have used it for twenf
: .uirsr for; Biood Diseases, ..such ..
crofula, Salt Rheum, Teter and Cancer
l,i cannot recommend itoQ .higbjyv
The Kev. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Kong
iiina, says: " PARDEE'S REMEDY
: a wonderful medicine for the Blood
liavo prescribed it hundreds of time
r Leirosy, and when given in tim
' ? alwaj-s curtcl' tbo patient. I ca
ttly sty that TJersy wall never breal
;:t on" persons wo fake Pardee',
. i vkdy regularly, and I advise all pei
Ki-fJiviXif in countries where Leprof;
f "-.'revaTento take Tardees Hemed-
omc nv aii nDiinniCTc iu unr.i mi ir
A LL PERSONS HAVING THEIR WASHING
J done at the Honolulu Steam Laundry are
most respectfully requested not to pay any bill
to Mr. Brittan, as he has been discharged.
. . . ..." ..r s A.JCENEDY,
Manager Honolulu Stealn Laundry.
t Honolulu, ,Nov. 21st.
Agent to take Acknowledgments tp
C?""Lpgal and other documents drawn.
t.trji f r , ifF'tontrii
Ivnhnlna, Maul, II. I.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ivir4- Hs& morIan ltiIly'a PARTNEB
11 o'f the firm ot .T: ADAMS' & CO.. now
dissolved. mtIH from this day carry on the busi
ness of Auctioneer and Com mission Merchant In
the premises lately occupied by E. P. Adams &
Co., No. 45 Queen street.
Honolulu, eptembeil, 1867. t - - 839tf
JOHN W. A KAN A
Makai side of Hotel and Ewa side of Smith
street at the corner.
A Spec l Hi 1 3'.
tcl I T r v"f
ALL CLASSES OF
ToolU, Yard Boy, Etc.,tbtHlnHl w4lh
the utmost .Jisatci.
Lar iviiiiiiiei y
.... , y
104 Fort St:, .H-dri'dIu'lVi.
Just Opened a
i STAMPEI) : MATERIALS AND PON PONS,
, " Stamped Side Board Scarfs,-
! Stamped Trav Covers, :
Also, a "Full Line f " '
; Ckenille Ornamen m&sser?tei nil
Gift ind Colored Acorns, " ' . . . . . I Gilt and Colored Tassels, i
Gilt and Colored Bells. ' Qdt and Copper Crescent.
,.!..,., , 1 1 f U I iu f f T I
Plain, and.haded .Qhenille TNyilled .Ribbon and Chenilland Tinsell Cord at
PRICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE,
i LINEN ? ELOSS Ml Shades, Warranted to Wash.
O U Ji. iST40 C K
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H O L
1 X) JS.
j Will arrive on the next steamer, due November25th, and will cOpsis't of a fine
selectipn of Ornamental and Useful Articles, suitable for Holiday .Gifts,; ; "
I JUST' 'RECEIVED, EXMSTRAlIAv,,
Stock of Goods
gjgT Give us a -Call Whether Y-eu
, NO TROUBLE
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if 1 !O0(fl-)W
CHAS. J. FISH EL,
Leading u JlilUnery, , Hou.
: General' Business -Agents
No. 84 KING ST. Burgess' Express Office
P Q. BOX 345
piwi-t, "! . Frank Mhj,
Rooms Rented, 1
84 Kinr Street,
Frank Godfrey, K; . ..
84 Kln8rtrei, ,,8 egotlkted;
P. O. Box 345.
Mortgages Obtained ' : Frank- 'Gtfdfiy,
. OniReal Estate and S4 Mug Street
xersonal Property. P. O. Box 345.
j 3 -11
GIVE ME A CALL. ;
COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG
LISH RED CLOVER, COW
r-w-HK ATTENTION OF ALL INTERESTED IN
lr -Improving the pasture lands of the Islands
We have also om iand Baospie' iota of White
h Clover, English Alayfce, Timoiny, iuo urass,
Crested Dog s Tall, ran teBcue, iianau o
Grass and Lucerne seeds; which' weoffer-in
small lots for trial, and will also receive orders
for auantities of not less than half a ton weight,
and execute aamVwttri ' dispatch! y ' '
j 717-jTinel8ifdiw WM. Q, IRWIN & CO.
o t rr a
II' A ! ! M I
Full Assortment of
WORK,' SUCID AS
IU 7 L U
Y ,Q TD; Vv
Wish. to Purchase or Not. t
T f .-
Tp SHOW GOODS.
o : .
Wm! G, liiiii fo i
OFFKR FOB SALE:
... - 1
't" 'And tb-pound Boxm.
IntIJalff 3rrew ...
And 25-pnnd Bozeaj
IX) W DKRED ... . ., f
GOLDEN C. COFFEE
In Half Barrels
Blue Mottled Soap
Cs Medium Bread.
FUEL and LUJBE1CAT1NO .
LlMfe I'C EMENT
f i h
Galvanized t Iron Booing,
SCREWS and WASHERS...
t k nr.
Manll, ilsaV Rina&a Tjvlna, yjfcALofLjnt
. and 5?. poyerUjR.
I it Mill ' '? "',fc
A" TENT8, (suitable for
log and surveying parttea
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84 KING STREET, HONOLULU
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