'''"'kku.vv, Nov. -'!
I rii. ffii-w Iv i to-
' KbipaV. Nov. 23.
i'iorile Cbire, tor circuit
ff-?f! Mor.o, for Colonies.
T . ForHRU Port..
f,oi'u" from. Iue.
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-f -; m Franci-co.Nov
.u:l:l au l-rancisco.Nov
'm San Francico.Nov
v Ui Franci.-co.Nov
l:",u'" "ti Tuviit'"d..leo
ru n t Sound . . Dec
'. ... f,,,i !' icrii Ports.
, nxinham. C:il!:io, b A.
,:,v la!'I. Nanauno, It C
,i:.cr Krut lirt-meti.
uvYe-V I'aul.San t rancisca
U.'tTtMii. S;tn 1-
r rae aiul Waialua, per stmr
(Vii-J lories, J Duan, and 15
ir,iai,in:t!o, per stmr J A Cum-
u . i. 1
r .v mm
A Cummins and
U"t?Jaunita (of Tahiti).
,i!v r.i'cnpt of Produce.
" siiji-ir. l'.agsrice. Mis. pkgs.
sdwrncr was reported ofTport
;;. Mary and Luka are now
iriiie Kail way.
vner Kinau lias been lowered
irker.tine I'lanter took in sugar
: steauier J. A. Lumnims on uri-
ift". D. (Jodfrey will commence
r.a: for San " Francisco next
::er.ti:ie S. C. Wilder will leave
x ko next Tuesday with a full
?.tr.,n Iri'Mntine Consuelo, Can-
O-jisson, sails to-morrow with
knrfor San Francisco.
-b Honolulu, November 23d, to
:ot Mr. illiani II. lloos, a son.
Friday, Nov. 23.
-;nt is fined $t for drunken-
Chock , unlawful possession of
pum twenty days' hard labor.
iestis reprimanded and dis-
fcr assaulting a fellow-coun-
w, st'eond oftense of sellinir
r "-'i;t license, sentenced to pay
costs and be impns
snwiuhsat bard labor. J. L.
A ws attorney, notes an ap-
:3!V4- C. Klemme. Assumpsit,
A. Marion for plaintiff.
- am W. (;. frwin & Co.,
3.. are ordered to hold any
ln tl.eir possession due de
V'j'Kt to the order of the
.S'f'nt for plaintiff, with
5jw-HoMan. Assumpsit, $90.
;':'fitt,jr l'laintitr. Defendant
o'U'-m, ana it is bo entered
nals of the result of the
ejection have been arranged.
W.lman had I Inn II A
.'e in San Francisco that,
came within sight of
,Iawaiiiin flag should
1:klh Wif Harrison was
4Je displayed if Cleveland
SiriWl. . . .
-fit:Zen, "V"' was requested by
thi h,en would iro out
foisted at the mizzen for
ma. tll,Jn.orat the main for
iIiJV1'1'1 antr signal
i-r o"q h; ' 11 ,u: calculated to have
Htheij lrVNvhen tlie steamer
W: :r-:. ASJ"n.tis eaid
''. as 7) u, 11 republican,
L j t'Wte.l fl. t i -j '
iljat,f was Cleve-
elawp more ecora-Jnpelled.
rnieetinrrof x n
? taken . " Proceedings
HwVr1 the t,ronrt.v
the ah V l?n there is a
W Sm' return"
Wvi'l in? ,lho agree
LitoB, J.n ca of anv otbpr
S. A Proceedings in
iGLe to C lr-raen-
k to look
L3.varv-,niU, .000 was dis-
a AliUersburg, Ky.
ILY PACIFIC OOMMEHnur. NOVEMBER 24, 1888.
A gold ring is advertised found.
Mr. Charles Brickwood is very low.
See Mr. C. J. Fishel's new advertisement.
There was nothing in Supreme Court
Chambers on Friday.
slight sprinkling of rain.
-. xcjjurteu on port
last evening was supposed to be German.
Messrs. T5. F P.bl
. - - - v,. w vw. uave Dome-
thing of great seasonable interest to say
in their space in this uaner.
There is talk of an association being
formed for mutual benefit of resident
Americans from the Southern States.
The box plan for the grand combina
tion show of th ;iKa r:ii
uiiuviio vr 1 1.1 utj open
from 9 to 12 o'clock at Mr. L. J. Levey's
Elder Matthew Noall gives the first of
two lectures on " True versus Modern
Christianity" at the Mormon Church,
Punchbowl street, this evening at 7 :3o!
Captains Larsen and Hopkins, Officer
Kingsley and othera descended on a che
fa game yesterday, landing six Chinese
and the gaming apparatus in the Station.
Mr. Hoogs will have leave of absence
from the amateur minstrels for a twelve
month. He will in that period be coach
ing a treble solo at home. Congratulations.
A lamp was upset in the Royal Saloon
by accident yesterday evening, and
after causing a good deal of flurry the
blaze was put out with a bucket of
Miss Silbon has recovered the dia
mond brooch reported to have been
stolen from the Opera House, and the
police have been so notified without fur
The United Statea Thanksgiving Day
will be observed by services in Central
Union Church and St. Andrew's Cath
edral on Thursday next, the 29th inst.,
which the general public is invited to
A native named Palau, who lived at
Cape Horn in this city, died on board
the steamer Kaala coming from Waia
nae. He was sick when he started and
the body was delivered to his widow and
family at the Station.
THE BASEBALL VISIT.
Programme of the Day's Events.
Following is a list of to-day's events,
following the issue of this paper, pro
vided the Spalding baseball tourists shall
have arrived : - 4
1. After breakfasting at the Hotel the
party will at 10 o'clock be presented to
His Majesty the King,
2. At noon a light lunch will be taken
by the players at the Hotel.
3. The whole party will assemble at
the Makiki recreation grounds at 12 :30,
when the teams will have practice of fif
teen minutes each.
4. At sharp 1 o'clock the game will be
called between the Chicago and All
America teams, and at the close of the
match a game of probably five innings
will be played by the winning team in
the above and a picked local team.
5. A grand luau tendered the tourists
and resident invited guests, by His
Majesty-, Hons. John A. Cummins, Saml.
Parker, John Ena, and Mr. George C.
Beckley, will be held upon Her Majesty's
premises, corner of Queen and Punch
bowl streets, at such hour in the evening
as will prove most convenient.
6. Wind and weather being favorable,
there will be a balloon ascension from
the Makiki grounds by a skilled aeron
aut, who will ascend one thousand feet
and frora that awful height leap to the
earth with the aid of a parachute.
7. Merchants are requested to close at
noon, and also to display flags.
The grand stand belonging to the ball
grounds is reserved for ladie3. Mr. Thos.
Lucas has provided a stand for which an
admission fee will bo charged. Admis
sion to the grounds will be free. People
in carriages are requested to head their
horses toward the fence. Score cards
will be for sale on the baseball grounds,
the same kiid of cards as are used on
the Chicago grounds, at 10 centB each.
Up to the hour of going to press, there
was no sign of the Alameda, although
she could probably be seen twenty miles
off at 7 o'clock this morning, bad she
been within that distance. A large
crowd, including the band boys, have
been waiting at the Beaver Saloon, since
davlight, for the signal to start off in the
tug Eleu. The weather during the
night was showery and wet, but wiL
probably be clear during the day.
Liquor Traffic In Africa.
At the late missionary conference in
London, Rev. W.Allen gave startling
statistics as to the African liquor traffic
which he characterized as a mission
agency of Satan. At Sierra Leone 180,
000 gallons of intoxicants were imported
last year and at Lagos 1,213,000 gallons
in the same time. The last three resolu
tions adopted at this convention favored
a petition to Parliament to stop the
opium trade with China, that measures
be taken to prevent the flooding of the
Congo country with strong drink and to
stop licensed vice in India.
What Boys Can Do.
The boys in the employ of the Woman's
Temperance Publication Association,
Chicago, have placed a tank of ice water
for free drinking purposes in Arcade
Hon. David I. Robinson, the ex-mayor
of Gloucester,Mass., who being unable to
dissuade the board of aldermen from
granting liquor licenses, resigned bis
Sffice rather than sign the licenses is
sued by that body, was tendered a com
plimentary banquet in Boston recently,
Mr. A. A. Montano Loses His Left Arm.
While Mr. A. A. Montano, the well
known dairyman of Manoa Valley, was
hunting pigs on the ranch of a Portu
guese neighbor yesterday, his cun was
ffiffiSl7 di8ard and load
took effect m his left arm. He was
taken to the Queen's Hospital, where
amputation of the arm between the
elbow and wrist was found necessary.
M;KPvf-ratl0n, W3 Ponied by Drs.
McKibbin and Wood, and the patient
was likely to survive the injury.
Mr;AEi?ayhew'keePer of the Opera
SS f ' if S been much annoyed about the
reported loss of a diamond pin from a
dressing room, and desires to state that the
article was found on Friday in the lady's
trunk where it had been left:
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
Remember that a Picture Is some
thing that is always acceptable and
generally receives a prominent place
In any household. Also remember
that King Bros, have an elegant as
sortment of all kinds of Pictures
suitable for Christmas presents,
which they will be pleased to show.
Mince Pies on Saturday at the Elite.
Drink Moxie at the "Elite."
Horn's genuine Butter Scotch.
Genuine Butter Scotch (Horn's) for
Magazines at Graenhalgh's, 10G Fort
Ladies' glace trim Cotton Shoes at
Horn's Butter Scotch, the best lubricator
for the throat.
Get your newspapers at Graenhalgh's,
100 Fort street.
Milk Shakes at Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Good goods, at low prices, can always be
found at Sachs' store, 104 Fort street.
New novels, by the most popular au
thors, at Graenhalgh's, 100 Fort street.
Extra Fine Cream Cakes and Eclairs
every Tuesday and Friday at the Elite.
Just opened, a fine line of French Kid
Shoes for ladies, misses and children, at
Ladies will do well by calling at Fishel's
and see his new stock of French Kid Shoes
For stylish millinery go to Sachs' store.
There you will always rind choice goods
and latest styles.
W. H. Graenhalghhas all the papers and
magazines upon his counters tor sale at
San Francisco prices.
It has been proved by unanimous verdict
that the San Jose Lager Beer on draught
at the Koyal Saloon is the best.
Irritated throats and annoying coughs
are quickly relieved by the genuine Butter
Scotch, only to be found at the Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory of F. Horn. Plenty
A more complete stock of Dress Goods,
could not be displayed than that now ex
hibited at Sachs' store, 104 Fort street. It
comprises all the new shades, plaids and
fancy striped goods.
The Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bak
ery and Ice Cream Parlor is the only estab
lishment in Honolulu that can afford to
sell the best Ice Cream at $2 per gallon, and
no others can. . m
F. Horn, Proprietor.
This First-class Family Hotel,
navlng just changed Lauds, has been
lu2Qy renTated. together with
the KAPENA PREMI3ES now attached.
is prepared to receive gmests
By the Day, Week or Month
At Reasonable Rates.
S UNSURPASSED. Transient guests
111. d eery accommodation, a place where
all the comforts of a home can be obtained.
THOS. KROUSE, Prop.
Honolulu, H. 1. i34.tf
TJ, TIETJENS WILL ATTEND TO MY BUSI
k.J ness during my absence from the Klnc-
Honolulu, Nov. 20. 1383. 154-6t 1246-2t
Tax Collector's Notice!
FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF TAX PAYER 1
in this District who cannot conveniently
call at the Collector's office during business
hours, the office will be open for the receipt of
Taies (in addition to the usual hours during
the day), from 7 to 9 o'clock in the evening, from
19th iust., to December 1, 1888, both dales in
cluded. Any tax payer in this District who will leave
his name and address at the Collector's office,
intimating that he desires to pay hia taxes, will
receive his tax receipt by messenger, as early
thereafter as possible, to whom he can give the
amount, thereby avoiding the annoyance of
delay at the Tax office in waiting for the
regular turn. CUAS. T. GULICK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, Oahu.
N AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1888, CHU GEM
Is alone authorized to slern the firm name.
140-lm QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
For Rent or For Sale.
A PLEASANT COTTAGE
Iu Perfect Order.
A few minutes' walk from the Post Office.
158tf HUGO 8TANGENWALD, M.D
AT HAKRY SAYLOR'S
You can get
A Chanqe of Dinner Every DayI
Broiled Steaks and Chops
For Breakfast and Supper. Try 'em!
Ten Dollars Keward.
rpHE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID ON
X conviction of any person found stealing
the Daily Advertiser or "Weekly Gazette" from
the store or residence of subscribers.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
Honolulu, March 30, 1888.
FOR 30 DAYS 1
Grand Clearance Sale
MISS CHILLBURG will hold a Clearing Sale for
30 days, to make room for
New Holiday Goods !
TO ARRIVE SHORTLY.
Busses for the Baseball !
ON SATURDAY THE PANTHEON STABLES
will run busses to and from the Makiki
recreation ground, at suitable hours for accom
modating people in seeing the baseball toxirna
ment. tfSTFare 25 cents each way.
155-2t S. I. SHAW, Manager.
' Important Notice.
TB GAYLORD, THE AUSTRALIAN MANA-
gerwith the Stlrk Family, (two ladies,
one gent and a child) the greatest Bicycle Troupe
in the world; the Three Girards, (one lady
and two gents) champion High Kickers and
Grotesque Dancers, and a Troupe of Roller
Skaters will arrive on the Alameda.
Mr. C. Silbon lias Arranged to Give
1 Grand Gala Performance
At the Royal Hawn.Opera House
Saturday, November 24th
With these Artists and the Silbon Company
combined they will make the very strongest
combination ever witnessed in Honolulu.
2 Distinct Troupes the Same Night.
None should miss this opportunity. l5-2t
riHE FOLLOWING IS THE TABLE OF CON.
J tents of the number for November :
Notes and Comments.
An Important Discovery.
Foreign Sugar Market.
Annual Meeting of Planters.
Gigantic Irrigation j. roject.
Minutes of Planters' Annual Meeting.
MeSori ili Committee on Manufacture of Sugar.
dfe'o srisriSaStafeth. Hawa-
1!Sen2f and Feed Imported.
Table of Dairy Products Imported.
Report of Committee on Cultivation.
SSJSSSSSS on Forestry
" he Condition of Live Stock.
SSS2?K S!o t on estivation of Cane.
New Ornamental Trt e.
SubscrlptionsTeiv,j; y ' UAWAfLVN
GAZETTE CO. and tb jU'
year; foreign subsc; - ,
Ladies' ?20 Hat will be sold for $8 00
15 6 t o
10 " " 5 00
5 .T. 2 50
?12 Ostrich Plumes ' 7 00
?4Tips 1 50
Flowers, Birds and Wings
AT HALF PRICE.
The above Hats are all new and of the Latest
styles, and trimmed with the very best materials.
143- 2W FORT STREET,
H. MAY& CO.
Receive twice a week,
Fresh Ahuimanu Butter, in Rolls
H. MAY & CO. WTILL ALSO RECEIVE
BY THE AUSTRALIA,
Roll Butter, Star Haras,
Dupee's Boneless Bacon,
New York Cheese,
Bkck Cod Fish,
FAIRBANKS LARD. 3, 5 and 101b. PAILS;
Kits New Season Mackerel and Salmon Bellies,
London Layer Raisins, Walnuts
CAPE COD CRANBERRIES
And a General Assortment of Cala. Goods,
including Fresh Apples and
other Fruits. 14R-2W
S. FOSTER & CO.,
Sole Agents for
Simpson's Top-o-Can Brand
rpHIS CELEBRATED BUTTER IS
JL of the finest quality, made upon the
Danish and American systems combined.
Packed in hermetically sealed tins, and
warranted to keep in hot climates.
26 and 28 California St,
B.F.EHLERS & Co
-Just Received a Full Line of-
EUROPEAN TOYS, DOLLS,
Also, Complete Stocks in Every Department.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
To Arrive to-day, per Alameda.
It having come to our notice, that an inferior
quality of Gin, purporting to bo J. J. MELCIERS,
" Elephant " Brand, is being offered for sale in
this market, we have to
Caiation tlie IPioblic
That we are the Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Isl
ands, for the said Brand, and that every genuine
bottle bears our " Sole Agency " label.
W. C. PEACOCK & Co.,
Sole Agents for J. J. MelcherB'
Schiedam, V. Z.
House To Let!
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES LATELY
occupied by W. 8. Luce, Esq., situate on
Union street and Adams Lane. The
TimisA contains narlor. three bedrooms.
two dressi ngrooms, hallway, diningroom, pantry
and kitchen. There Is also a Cottage in tne
grounds with three rooms; stable, carriage
house and servants' room. The place is in per
feot order. Possession given at once.
Applv to J. M. MONSARRAT.
187-tf No. 27 Merchant street.
LEWIS & CO.;
Importers, Wholesale and Retail
Groceries and Provisions.
House Goods a Specialty .11
Toys, Dolls I
Fancy Vases, Glassware
Christmas and New Year's Cards,
FOR SALE BY
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL HAS COMMENCED
the business of Dressmaking, Cutting and
Fitting, at her residence, No. 73 Beretanla street,
opposite the Hotel. Thu patronage of the ladles
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran
teed. 88-tf 1243-ly
Boat For Sale.
THE BOAT SAVED FROM
the wreck of the "Dunnotar
Castle," and sold at auction
to the King, has been re
fitted, coppered and decked over by Mr. Holland,
and is for sale cheap for cash by
92-tf E. R. RYAN, Boat Builder.
CHU ON & CO,
Importers and Dealer lu
Chinese & Japanese Goods
42 NUUANU STREET,
Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin,
Crape, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and
Hemstitched Silk and GrasK Cloth
Handkerchiefs, Silk and Crape Shawls
A great variety of Chinese and Japa
nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac
Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoise Shell
Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and
Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with
Tiger Cliws, Cats' Eyes and Amber,
such as Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets,
An assortment of Chinese and Japa
nese Nick-Nacks and Curiosities too nu
merous to specify.
Chinese Matting a epecialty.
Ebony and Marble Furniture in sets
Tables, "Chairs and Settees.
A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti
ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and
Bamboo Goods, Etc,
New Goods received by every steamer.
The public are respectfully invited to
J inspect our goods. 11-3m
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