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LJCk ADVERTISER. 1 1888.
1'bipav, Nov. 30.
. . eilson. from Koo-
u' , ...nrnn from II a-
1'uipay, Nov. 30.
chancy, for Maui and
'i'mUTvvooa, for Waianae
a.r IVpeekeo. Hawaii.
, -A i-ff1' "
rrfluser, Krusc, for San
'- . ,M,ii dUli
n-!i Cruise oy
rHyr Boston Feb
le' Humboldt... .Nov
i s;;Ul Francisco. Nov
i ivt-rpool Dec
.v York ...Dec
" "m l'ranci.-co.Dec
il r ,-i Francico.Dec
f-J::lpsl" Vt Townseml. .Dec
rujrot Nuim. . uec
v.m Francisco. Dec
;uii:l. Colon ies
Francisco. Dec 22
)iJ'1 an Francisco. Dec
San Francisco. Dec
a:i Francisco . Dec
un IViiro Dec
'Fori - - -
j.(t from Foreign Ports.
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h Wuterlu'uso, humkuii.
r jlnvMi McC'uIloch, S Francisco.
Wery, McNeil. San Francisco.
Pailj Keceipt of Produce.
Bigs sugar. Bags rice. Mis. pkgs.
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r-ia-.TT.-'ii i-'tjns ....
f-fciua. ... Ml 100
rHaxviaml Maui, per stmr V G
jv.;;H-For Volcano : Thos R Wal
d i.'r,'t;iin Acland, R N. For way
H;. Mait-tv tne King, P C Jones,
;r. MiHMakakoa, J Todd, J K
.RClY-tani and wife, and GO deck
..vitamers Likelike and Mikahala are
i ! ,m -h!n .1 . Pfhuror. Cnntnin
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.ito-d.iy tor San Francisco.
h jitwiers due to-day are: Lehua,
Kaala, James Mukee and Vai-
:; Vii:erK;!u!i!ua arrived on Friday
w wiili 501 bags sugar, CO bags
Z bontrs, and 32 hides.
iifcanbngantine Matautu will fin-
.'.nir uano early next week, it
that she will "be sold here.
Htsmers Kinau and Likelike will
.::en Tuesday on their usual routes,
n2p. m. and 5 p. in. respectively.
j'"jintine V. (J. Irwin has finished
; cargo, and has already taken in
oa the steamer Kilauea Ilou. She
p'et'or.San Francisco sometime, next
' American barkentine S. G. Wilder
i!ed on Thursday, November 29th,
Francisco took the following ship-
j i. a. .-cnaeier & Uo., 1,U1U Dags
i-; I. Brewer A Co.. 4,190 do. ; Theo. H.
Ko., 7,471 do.; A. J. Campbell,
Mu bananas. Total sugar, 13,080
I Domestic value, $72,320.78.
Vtnie rourt-.t Chambers.
Friday, Nov. 29.
fnnediary Division. Before Mr.
W.e. Mele U-e Sun vs. S. W.
jj. k. Kaeo for plaintiff; S.
fu-ne for defendant. Assumpsit;
; .U anj interest. Defendant's ap-
'Wa Police Court. Hrmnlnln Jnrlrr.
; r pluintiff for amount of princi-
... "u '- is.
7"M;' vs. Chun IT n..;r.
earons. N0 aipearance of or
f'WlOn; J. II. Raronaha for dp-
urt.,of Koolaupoko. Further
I, -euunn next term day.
g-y 1'ivision. Before xMr. Justice
Keawehiku (w.) vs. Nannie R.
omnson for nlaintitF: no
i fiCt At ... i . . .
k i I r (1(iienaant. reti
i'Hiir1er" -,Asver having bein
Tjj. --Lcx. o, is appointeu lor
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I 'V-ision. Before Mr. Justice Mc
! i ifona et al. vs. I). Kamai. V.
itC."w Plaintiffs ; W. R. Castle for
u?Iit. -From Third
Circuit m.,.. TTsi
k-5rii CIsion lleard and de"
f'f Kiforo Mr. Justice
c LK.f ;Carter vs. Kaaikau
n ad t it L Plaintiff; J. L. Ka
:''K kt fr" r Barenaba for defen
ir, foredosure and sale of
The Cout renders
'-hair M A,ILRsrAYf Nov. 29.
:iWice; !uk.a' aault and batterv
..10. by "mowing a stone at
;jMortfi.' "nl.awful possession of
? ts. ' J daya hard labor and
U,llevie(1 for drunkenness.
ttUlC and battery on Kaula,
J offen(1 FmDAY, Nov. 30.
aer is fined u for dmnk.
nlaaie' vagrancy, discharged.
-'u,u'j' on iue previ
,; v Kapahu, $31 and
1 ; 1 jacket on U.
1 l V II III I 11U
, ;e o. ir.jnry to the
; y d v-r of the
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..in I'.nliMm. Callao, S
V i"cv, l'aln-1, Nanainio, Ii
i;.vr. Krusc, lireincn.
.VCa-tle. llubbanl, San I'
An office boy is wanted.
The dogs on Emma street nearly all
have whooping cough.
Yira Quon has revoked his power of
attorney to Man Chip. P 01
Four men have deserted from the Gor
man ship J. C. Pfluger.
Dr. Tucker's clientele will see bv a
card that he has removed his residence.
Wines and liquors are offered 'at re
duced prices during December by Mr.
. b. Luce out of his finest stocks.
Reerular mnnfhlxr -: tt. . .
t ZTi r tt . J '"""g nonoiuiu
Typographical Union this evening at G :30
o'clock, at the K. nf P hoii "
"! A wn ntieet.
Mr. Alex. Smith lost the second child
from whooping cough on Thursday even
ing, the first having died the previous
Dr. Raymond has becm appointed
ochool Agent for Kau, in place of Mr.
V. C. Jones, resigned on account of
Mr. Norman Hulbert gives notice of
nis acouisition of t.hA
carried on at Wailuku by Mr. E. A.
The British war-shin IfvomnV. loc
rT .. X .-.j-vuiiii nao til
rived at Hawaii from her cruise on sup-
auiiBJLing Business, sue will prob
ably arrive here to-day.
Mr. E. W. Holdsworth, administrator
of estate of the late Mr. Edward W.
Purvis, issues the legal notice usual in
such cases to creditors and debtors.
There will be a temperance meeting
for men in Brewer's Block, Hotel street,
at 7 :30 o'clock this evening. Brief ad
dresses by new speakers. Open to all.
A clearcut lunar rainbow was visible
about 5 o'clock on Friday morning. It
was remarkably bright to be produced
by the small crescent of the waning
The second discourse on " True versus
Modern Christianity " will be given at
the Mormon Church, Punchbowl street,
Saturday evening, Dec. 1st, at 7:30
o'clock, by Elder Matthew Noall.
Junction rails have been laid at the
corner of King and Alakea streets, for
turning cars from one into the other
without change. The Alakea line has a
through crossing laid there as well.
It is reported that the Elele newspaper
and printing establishment, which are
the property of Mr. F. H. Hayselden,
are to be placed under the management
of Hon. John E. Bush, the Elele to be
run as a campaign paper.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will accom
pany the Pythian excursion to Maui next
week. Indeed, it is a pity the country
people in every district do not have an
occasional visit from the national band
that they help to maintain.
Mr. P. C. Jon s will organize a new
class in book-keeping, in the Y. M. C. A.
rooms next Monday evening at 7 :30
o'clock. All young men desiring a course
of practical instruction in book-keeping
are requested to be present.
Merchants or any persons desiring
special importations from the East will
not fail to note the advertisement of the
New York and Honolulu Line, and act
according to the advice there given in
order to avoid disappointment.
Mr. J. A. Magoon, as attorney for cer
tain Chinese, has instituted a suit for
$2,000 damages against Police Captain
Larsen, for entering the resort of that
nationality in the Old Custom House,
some time ago, without a warrant.
The property containing the house
burned yesterday morning was trans
ferred some time ago by Mr. Acheong to
Hon. James Campbell, whose return
from abroad has been awaited to have
the old buildings demolished and a good
class of cottages erected in their place.
The station list last night had two
Chinese for affray and eight natives, in
cluding three women, for gambling. In
the latter case a native who had been re
fused payment of a prize won in a Chi
nese lottery, lately raided by the police,
"split on the racket" with the result of
these eight being arrested on warrants.
A sting-ray fish was exhibited on the
street yesterday, which was a curiosity
to such as had never seen one. It is
diamond shaped with a tail resembling
a whiplash, or a long rat tail, four or five
feet in length. At the base of the tail,
where it joins the body, are two sharp
spikes, three inches in length, which are
his weapon of defense. Altogether he
has a curious make-up.
The friends of Mr. G. D. Gilman, who
formerly resided here and is now a resi
dent of Newton, near Boston, Mass., will
be glad to hear of his election to the
General Court7' or Legislature of Mas
sachusetts. He was chosen by a major
ity of 1,500 over his Democratic rival.
Mr. Gilman is a man of large experience
and liberal views, and his Republican
constituency have done a wise thing to
select him to represent them in their
The King left for Hawaii by the
steamer W. G. Hall.
Mr. Hewett's condition continued
Dr Brodie is in retirement at Waialua
with a severe attack of whooping cough.
Nathan Hazen, a farmer, has given a
property worth $10,000 to the Hull Insti
tute at Sharon, Pennsylvania, for school
Capt. Acland, commander elect of H.
B. M. S. Hyacinth, left for the Volcano
by the W. G. Hall, accompanied by Mr.
T. Rain Walker, British Vice-Consul.
New Schoolhouses and Improvement.
At a meeting held on Thursday, the
Board of Education resolved upon new
schoolhouses or additions at the follow
ing places: Eleele and Kona-waena,
Kauai; Napoopoo and Hoopuloa, m
South Kona, navau; ..cu. t
ku-t:V., in H:'0 cliriot: X.vrtiiu. i;,a- j
, luu, iciiu:pc anil ; . vuo f
r--'ir. in K; U ;.. U k:l ; can'.t), Jlr.t :
' - - Excursion.
- w - i)(jit given
by Mr. Dillingham to the faculty and
student of Oahu College, the teachers
and advanced scholars of Punahou Pre
paratory School, and the principals and
teachers of Kamehameha and Kawaiahao
school, will leave by the steamer Ewa
precisely at 8 o'clock a. m. Owing to
the steamer having been driven off her
course on Wednesday last in returning
from her trip, n has been said that the
boat was unsafe outside the reef. There
fore we are requested to state that the
Lwa was blown off,on that occasion, solely
on account of large spread of canvas awn
ings on the forward part, which caught
the wind. When the trouble being ob
served the awnings were taken down,
the boat came along merrily into port.
F urther, the Ewa has made the passage
at times with complete ease when sup
posedly better sea-going boats have put
back to port or stayed inside. The wind
was stronger on Thursday than on the
previous day, yet the little stern-wheeler
had no difficulty in weathering her
Contract for Superintendent's Resi
dence. Tenders for building the Superinten
dent's residence at the Molokai leper
settlement were opened as follows at the
office of the Board of Health, Mr. H. F.
Bertelraann, the lowest bidder, being
awarded the contract :
Alex. Burgess $2,300
Geo. Lincoln 2,300
Peter Hiedi 2,175
Tom Andrews and Sam Kaaumona. . 1,800
Sam Kauahale 1,700
H. F. Bertelmann 1,650
Notes by the Kilauea Ilou.
The Honomu and the Hakalau Sugar
Plantations began grinding last Monday.
A strong southerly gale commenced
along the Hamakua coast on Thursday.
Eight inches of rain fell at Hamakua
from Monday morning to Wednesday
Sighted H. B. M. S. Hyacinth offLau
pahoehoe, Hawaii, last Monday, head
ing for Hilo.
The Ro3al Hawaiian Band will give
a concert this Saturday afternoon at
Emma Square at 4:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
1. March Defilir Schild
2. Overture Iphigenia Gluck'
3. Waltz La Gitana Bucalossi
4. Duet Trovatore Verdi
5. Gavotte Domino. Olochlager
6. Galop Kossack's Ride Millocker
H. B. M. S. Linnet and Swift were de
tached from the squadron on the voyage
from Hakodate to Yokohama, and sent
in search of the rock or reef reported by
the steamer Abyssinia on that vessel's
last arrival from the Pacific. We (Japan
Mail) are now informed that Her Majes
ty's vessels "spent two days in search
ing for the danger reported, but were un
able to find any trace of it."
The Chinese gardeners of Phoenix,
Ari., have taken a hand in boycotting.
They supply all the vegetables used in
the town, and have refused to sell to any
restaurants that display signs of "No
SPECIAL IJUS1NESS ITEMS.
Messrs. King Bros., together with
their other goods, have Just re
ceived 10,000 feet of the very latest
styles and designs of Mouldings
which enables them to suit almost
Drink Moxie at the " Elite."
Horn's genuine Putter Scotch.
Genuine Butter Scotch (Horn's) for
Magazines at Graenhalgh's, 106 Fort
Ladies' glace trim Cotton Shoes at
Horn's Butter Scotch, the best lubricator
for the throat.
Get your newspapers at Graenhalgh's,
106 Fort street.
Milk Shakes at Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Subscribers to the Daily Advertiser or
Weekly Gazette, who do not receive their
papers promptly by the carriers, are re
quested to give immediate notice by tele
phone or otherwise to the Gazette office,
telephone number 88.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A POWER
of attorney given by me to Man Chip, is
hereby revoked and cancelled. QUOy
NOV. 22, 1883. 162 1247-2t
HAS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE TO THE
Dudolt House, King street, where he may
be found at night from 9:30 p. m. to 6:30 a. m.
Mutual Telephone No. 174. Office as before 135
Fort Ptreet. 161-lw
TVTOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JN business heretofore carried on at Wailuku.
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On Wednesday, December 5
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
AVlrie3l(ee of Mra-W-n- Graenhalgh, (West
premises), Waikiki, I will sell at public auc
tion the Entire Household Furniture,
3-Light Pendant Chandelier,
large Center and Sofa Rugs,
1 Mathushek Upright Piano
A new instrument in splendid tone and
Plush Patent Rockers, Willow Rockers,
One Swinging Dressing Mirror
In Bronze Frame;
Lace Curtains and Poles,
Revolving Eook Case,
Clocks and Ornaments.
2 Handsome Antique Oak
Woven Wire Spring Mattresses,
Feather Pillows, Mosquito Nets,
Black Walnut Cheffonier,
1 Oak Bedroom Set,
Plush Tables, Field Glasses,
Barometers, Hanging Lamps,
Antique Oak Dining Table,
Crockery and Glassware,
Kitchen Stove & Utensils.
Ladies' Phaeton, Set Single Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
43TA1J the furniture is new, and will be posi
tively sold. Premises open for inspection on
TUESDAY, Dec. 4, from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
The regular Waikiki bus will leave at 9:30 a.
m., from the Pantheon Stables, on day of sale,
carrying passengers direct to the house.
Xas. F. jVEorgan,
AT NO 7 CHAPLAIN STREET, ONE LARGE
furnished front room; also, a small suite of
rooms suitable for a small family. 132-lm
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1888, CHU GEM
is alone authorized to sign the firm name,
140-lm QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
A DIVIDEND OF FIVE DOLLARS PER
Share is due and payable to the Stock
holders of the Hawaiian Agricultural Co. this
day, at the office of C. Brewer & Co . Agents.
P. C. JONES.
Treasurer of 11. A. Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 30, 1888. 161-4t
House To Let!
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES LATELY
occupied by W. S. Luce, Esq., situate on
Union street and Adams Lane. The
house contains uarlor. thre hwlrnnm i
twodressingrooms, hallway, diningroom, pantry
and kitchen There is also a Cottage in the
grounds with three rooms; stable, carriage
bouse and servants' room. The place is in per
fect order. Possession given at once.
Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT,
137-tf No. 27 Merchant street.
New York and Honolulu
A First-class Vessel will be Dispatched
from New York by W. II. Cross
man & Bro. in
February Next for Honolulu
42TA11 parties wishing to avail themselves of
this opportunity must send on their orders at
an early date to insure their being ready for the
vessel, and to enable them to secure as large a
vessel as possible.
Castle & Cooke,
Of Supplying Yourself with
W. S. 3L.TJCE
Will Sell for the Month of December,
at Greatly' Reduced Prices!
his Exceedingly Fine
Families should not fail to take
advantage of this opportunity to supply
themselves with their Stock for the
W. S . LUCE,
By his atty. in fact, Frank Brown.
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B.F.EHLERS & Co.
Also, Complete Stocks
Just Arrived, per Alameda.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS DIRECTED TO
place from ONE to TEN THOUSAND DOL
LARS iu the above securities. Apply to
General Business Agent,
Knights of Pythias Building, Fort St.
Address, General Postoftice. 160-3t
AT HAKRY SAYLOR'S
You can get
A Change of Dinner Every Day!
Broiled Steaks and Chops
For Breakfast and Supper. Try 'em!
Mrs. J. A. Rodanet,
Das removed from Emma street to Hotel
street, opp. Y. M. C. A.,
Where she will be happy to meet all her old
customers and as many new ones as may favor
her with their patronage. 158-lw
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL HAS COMMENCED
the business of Dressmaking, Cutting and
Fitting, at her residence, No. 73 Beretania street,
opposite the Hotel. Tho patronage of the ladies
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran
teed. 83-tf 1243-ly
.A.. K. "WEIR,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY HIS
'riends and the public generally that he
has purchased the Blacksmith and Carriage Shop
formerly conducted by A. Morgan at Nos. 79 and
81 King street, where he is now prepared to do
all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming,
Carriage and Heavy Wagon Work and General
Blacksmitbing with promptness and dispatch.
Satisfaction guaranteed. 131-tf
For Rent or For Sale.
A PLEASANT COTTAGE
In Perfect Order.
A few minutes walk from the Post Office.
158tf HUGO STANGENWALD. M.D
This Firgt-class Family Ilotel,
having just changed hands, has been
thoroughlv renovated, together with
the KAPENA PREMISES now attached,
and is prepared to receive guests
By the Day, Week or Month
At Reasonable Rates.
TABLE UNSURPASSED. Transient guests
will find every accommodation, a place where
all the comforts of a home can be obtained.
THOS. KROUSE, Prop.
Honolulu, H. I. 154-tf
Certificate of Registration of Label
Department of the Interior, J
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, j
KXOAV ALT, MEN BY THESE
Presents, that in accordance with the pro
visions of Section 2, Chapter IV. of the Session
Laws of 1888, D. T. BAILEY", has filed in the
Office of the Minister of the Interior an applica
tion for the registration of a Label whereof
the following is an exact copy:
Sareaparilla and Iron Water. A great blood
purifier. It removes all skin diseases and is a
healthful and pleasant tonic. Crystal Soda
Works, Honolulu, H. I., which said application
is accompanied by the oath of the said D. T.
Bailey, that he is the sole and original Proprie
tor of the " Sarsaparill and Iron Water,1 for
which euch Label is to be used.
Now, therefore, this Certificate is to grant
unto the said D. T. Bailey, the exclusive use of
the said Label throughout the Hawaiian King
dom for the term of Twenty Years from the
In witness whereof, I have caused
thi Orr'iricare ' e issued at
Ii .-sr.o!"! iu:; Islands, this
r ? i l ' V r ? v- t r -. . . . ; ; v of N ovem
t. - T). - :: . the 8eal of
r.'p : , he Interior
a Full Line of-
in Every Department.
HURRAY & LAM AN' S
The Universal rerfume
For the Toilet, the Path and the Handkerchief.
In view of the attempts made
recently by some unscrupulous
dealers, to foist upon the public
a worthless imitation, bearing the
general outward appearance of
the genuine, we call attention to
the distinguishing marks of the
genuine Mukray & Lanmam
Each bottle of the genuine
article be?rs on its neck the Trade
Mark, which appears alongside
this notice ; and on each leaf of
the pamphlet, which is wrapped
around it. appears in faint water
mark letters the words
LANMAN & KEMP,
If either be lacking reject
the article as spurious.
DOWNING & SCHMIDT
San Francloo, Cat
LEWIS fe CO.i
Importers, Wholesale and Retail
Groceries and Provisions.
X5Tlce House Goods a Specialty."
Wm ffo Chan fi Co.,
Have Just Received New Goods,
Suitable for Christmas and New Year's
EX BARK VELOCITY, FROM CHINA,
Reed Chairs and Rockers,
Something new in Honolulu;
Extension Veranda Chairs,
Ebony and Marble Diningroom Sets,
Matting in all variety and colors,
4 Silks and. Satins,
Silk Crepe, in all shades; Pongee,
Mantel and Hearth Vases,
ALSO, TO ARRIVE
Best Oolong Tea,
Choice Manila Cigars.
- .155-ly .