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Honolulu Press "Will bo for onto Daily nt lho lowltitt liluoow s t, Mi OAT, Jr. & Co street I'. O.'i H ROM,.., , Pott street N. F. BURGESS , King street C.J. MCCARTHY. ...,., Hotel urtet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel street! The Cents per Coj. j.ocal saws. The pali road is being rcgrackd and improved. The old store-house of J. T. Water-hose andrSons on Queen street is being torn down. It is understood upon good authority - that the Government Party really intends to reform this year. It is reported that a native stoxvaway was discovered just before the City of Sydney sailed I ucsday morning. The Lyceum on ftuuanu street has been thoroughly renovated inside and is now receiving a new cOat of paint. H. B. M. S. Gonstaitct will receive visitors to-'day during the afternoon. Everybody is at liberty to gp on board.' VVe call attention to the regular cash sale of Lyons & Cohen, to be held at .their Salesroom this morning at 10 o'cldcloA. M. After Friday the Comtanu will be under sailing orders. Despatches ate expected by the Alameda due Saturday, containing final oiders. The Yosemite skating rink looked very inviting last evening. The floor ' wasJ in excellent condition and the skaters seemed to enjoy themsclves immensely. The steam-launch beloninnR to the King is at present lying on some rocks close to the lime kiln half filled with water with the machinery in a very rusty condition. The new iron frame for the Ha waiian Bell Telephone Company has been erected at their old place on Merchant street. I he wires will not be moved until the frame has bem painted. The cigar store of Captain L. Mar-chant was closed yesterday owing to the sudden illness of the Captain. The young man who generally has charge of the store, sailed for one of the Islands Tuesday afternoon. Notice is supposed to be given to the daily papers of Honolulu as to where the steam roller will operate that day. has not received any notice to' that effect since the machtnb has been operating this last season. .Yesterday morning Senor A. de Souza Canavcrro, Commissioner for Portugal, and Governor Dominis, paid a visit to H. B. M. S. Constancy The formal salutes were fired by the man-of-war acknowledging the honor. Some of the luck men havcbeen playing jokes on each other by sending their fellow-drivers out to some distant point through a telephone call. Of course when the hark calls at the appointed place 'no one is to be found. There will be a match game of base ball played at the Makiki grounds next Saturday morning at .ten o'clock between ie Plain Boys .Club .and the "C" Club, It is expected there will be quite a gathering of the boys' friends to witnessthe contest. 'rhe .Chinese Theatre in .the old custom house building is fast bqcoming an intolerable nuisance to those who are unfortunate enough to be compelled toglecpor work in that .vicinity. The 'gongs and symbols used and which arc supposed to represent music make the nights a perfect horror. There will be Union Thanksgiving service, the Fort street and Bethel congregations uniting, held to-day, in the 'Fort-Street Church at u o'clock. Pastor Cruzap will preach the Thanksgiving sermon and will be assisted in the devotional exercises by Rev. S. E. Bishop. A cot dial invitation is extended to all. The competitive drill between the different military companies will take place at the Central Park Skating Rink between two and five o'clock. -Tickets of admission fifty cents, to be had at Mr. J. E. Wiseman's on Merchant street, It is predicted that cither 1' tjie JKing's Own or Honolulu Rifles, will be the successful competitors, but 'Major O'Connor's corps will by no means be far behind, Ycst,erfiayin(;ernQon a carriage containing two women and three children almost ran away Within Beretania street near the Central Park Skating Luk. The horse was frightened by some native boys who have been in the habit of playing near a Portuguese store at the corner. The horse was stopped by .1 native before he tjot away. This s the second time within .a month that boys haye frightened horses nt this place1. "In the event the people deterrriinc to texquse the (Present Admjnstration from ofHce" said the Fort street chant, "I suppose it will devolve upon some of our good citizens to fill their. places" "Yes," remarked the proud man from the Government building, "but the places you fellows will fill will' be the one us ftHows would fill if you fellows wera filled with success." The Fort street merchant walked home ' thinking that the proud man of the Government building was almost as clear as an average editorial. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a Concert complimentary to the Captain and Officers of H. B. M. S. Constance, at the Hawaiian Hotel this evening at half-past, seven o'clock. 1 he following programme will be given: March Festival Rnppey 0 etlutc Frolicsome Students Siippe Qua'fdrlllc The Times .Coote Grand National Fantasia (new) Rappcy Hoohcno. Selection The Sacubitc... Gassner Waltz 'My Queen. Coote Medley Pleasant Memories ...Beyer God save the Queen. Star Spangled Banner. "Hawaii Ponol." Messrs. West, Dbw, & Co., No. 105, l?ort street, have taken time by the fore-lock and are among the first In the field in openingji new stock of goods for the Holiday Trade. It would require a column of our paper to furnish sufficient room ' to describe n tenth part of their choice assortment of useful and ornamental articles suitable for gifts, etc. Therefore we advise those contemplating purchasing Holiday Presenls, or household fittings, to visit their store and inspect the elegant stock of pianos, organs, music boxes, furniture, pictures and engravings, bronze statuary, clocks, cutlery, port- monies, purses, ladies bags,- toilet articles, toys, etc., before purchasing elsewhere, a rare oppotunity is offered to buy many of these articles at auction, by attending the auction sale to be held at the. store of West, Dow & Co., next Saturday evening, 28th instant. The Bulletin in yesterday's issue makes a happy allusion to the "typographical errors" in the Daily Press. Yve adiiit the truth, but account for these errors by stating the fact that the compositors of the Press set up original matter, which .is, in many instances, so badly written by our contributors as to be scarcely legible, especially " night when nearly all of our work is done, whereas the Bulletin has the advantage of setting up by daylight, chiefly from printed copy which they scissor from the morning dalies. However, we pardon their wit, inasmuch as in this very article from their nimble pen, they have introduced a new method of spelling carcass viz., carcase, "People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones." As we have said before we have neither time or room to spar with the Bulletin. Two ambitious Chinamen indulged in a display of the "manly art" on street near Beretania last evening. The cause of the row could not be found out but it Was evident from the way they " hammered " each other that it was no trifling matter. One John, stood in a dignified attitude, defending himself in a manner that would have done some of .our local "sloccers" justice, but for all this display of science nis beauty was seriously marred by the too occasional collision of his face with his opponent's fists. But John number one, was not accepting these numerous attentions without returning the compliment with interest. While John number two was whacking away, John number one would let fly his left which invariably, came in contact with the nasal organ of John -number two with such stinging effect as to bring the water to his optics. It is difficult to tell how the affair would have ended had not a valiant policeman made his always impressive appearance which induced the contestants 4o consider the affair "a draw." 0 f,uso Havjfiiiano, No. n, is just to hand in good time. The first thing to be read is a large quantity of varied news from Portugal and Madeira which cannot fail to be of great interest to the readers of that paper. Then the next noticeable feature is a goodly amount of news from the other Islands, near.y all of them original, which speaks well- for the popularity of the Luso- and the increasing number of its correspondents. We' notice .hat the Luso reproduces a letter lately published in the Gazette advising people here to get naturalized for the purpose of taking part it the Government of the country : our Portuguese neighbor advise it readers to reflect on the matter, and to follow the advice, if they think it to their advantage as it unquestionably would be. This is an important step in the right way, and might be of considerable bearing on the political situation on these Islands. The local news continues to be well selected forthe kind of readers who patronize xc Zuso, and for their special recreation there is a cclumn of a nice little stories. They say. : that , the Alameda will bring Interesting news next Saturday if she gets here; that no man in a hurry ever;tned to cross a Honolulu street Without coming up against a hack or a wagon; (hut the heft of political opinion is against the present Administration; that the turkeys forgot to hold a convention this week to protect their own interests; that the fire at Waikiki, day before yesterday, demonstrates the need of a fire company and water facilities at that place that the next political move of thcAdministration will be a soaping process to retain the native vote; that the new competing steamship lines will ultimately reduce freights and fates between Honolulu and the points; that the entertainment to be held nt the Gymnasium on Fort street this evening is to be a fine affair; that the best of the Government will fall short of the average ward politician in the United States; that the burden of proof does not always follow tne prosecution as laid down by Black-stone; that the printing offices are doing, and wilt continue to do a good business In wedding cards; that the hope of (he merchants who expected to etabjlsti nionthly cQjlecqons 3 fast dwindling away; that midnight hulas DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1885. in the open air arc becoming fashionable in spite of the law to the contrary; that the prizes for good behavior will not be awarded until after the coming election; that the streets would be better if they were allowed to wear off to the underlying coral rock; that the most creditable thing a native can do to redeem his country is to vote early and often against the present that most all natives who read English will vote with the opposition; that the Honolulu Rifles are drilling every night" for the competition drill; and that consistency in political life will be the next thing denied by the Government party. rno noso vvulico. Persons coming from the coast arrive here with the impression that refreshments during the evening are not to be had. Try Harts excellent ice creams and be convinced that you have made a mistake. One of the most attractive displays 0 elegant holiday qoods in Honolulu Is made by Messrs. King llros,, No. 87 Hotel street. Their assortment of Birthday, Christmas and New" Years cards, of Prang's and other makes, is exquisite In design and finish and arc offered at extiimely tow rata. An inspection of their picture gallery will well repay the visitor, while Artists can here find a choice selection of artNts' materials. In the windows of King llros. are, also, n line collection of ClaiKe's fern cards, island curious, etc., and some beautiful shells, painted in native scenes, by Mrs. Thomas J. King, which arc valuable mementos to send abroad, A rare treat is in store for those who will take the trouble to pay n visit to our icicle Mr, Henry Hart, and examine some of his valuable and useful curiosities. His tappa cloth serves as a decided novelty and the numerous lavas and shells form a fine collection. 2'JIE.IU MISVE I'XES Daily, from and after date at Melllr & Haliie's, Confectionery. rnnsu cxieajx cakes & eczaihs, Daily, from and after date at Meller & Hai.de's Confectionery. Huwi'xsa. Merchant Vessels Nov In Port. Uk Martha Davis Benson Bk C K lilSltoi' Wolters Uktne Discovery Meyer UUne Ella ... Howe Dk VicVoria Cross Robinson Ugtne WG IRWIN Turner AltUXVALS. Wednesday, Nov. 25 Stmr C R Dishop from Waianac and Kauai sclir Kawailani from Koulau Sarah and V.m from Kuolau Schr Wniehu from Kauai Sch Lcahi from Hanalci DEl'AItTUJtES. Tuesday Nov. 24 Stmr Kinatt for Windward Ports Stmr W G Hall for Windward Ports Stmr I.ikelikc for Kahulul Schr Eliukal for Waialua Wednesday, Nov, 25 Schr Hob Roy for Koolau VESSEL LEAVIXO THIS DAT. Bktne Discovery for San Francisco VASSESOEIIS, Arrival, t From Kauai per stmr Planter Nov. 22 AS Wilcox, EF.ickc, H Subre, M Richtcrand wire, Miss A Lowell, C J Williams, H Wad-ton, W M Pomery, C J Robert, Sam Wo and 21 deck. Per stmr C R Bishop Nov 25 II A MUs Widcmann, Mrs H Macfarlane, J. Gay and clil'd J R Holt Jr, Mrs R W Holt, ind 30 deck. fjcto Jluucrttecnunts. Regular Cash Sale ! OS THURSDAY, NOV. 2Gth, At 10 A. M. nt our Salesroom, will be sold at Auction, a full line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Crockery, Groceries, Glassware, bhuvcls, Spades, Blue Mottled Soap; Lamp Chimneys. Cal. Potatoes, Onions, Wheat and Corn, Sks No. 1 Sugar, Buls. Salmon, Boxes Katsins, and a lew more of those Wood nnd Cane Seat Office, Dining ' Room and RocMng Chairs, Pictures, And a Variety of . Household Furniture, Sewing Muchinc, I Refrigerator and 2 Good Horse, and I . iTonx Soatod ue:sry LXOh'S JJ CUJI1CX, i"ticronor. cfpcrinl Notices. Furnished Rooms. Conveniently and NEATLY FURNISHED RQOMS, Single or Double, can be had ut NO, I KUKUI STREET (near Fort). 44-im Removed. Dr, Emerson has removed his residence and office to 106 Fort t.trct, lately occupied by Capt, ilayiey, Ofllco hours from 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 P, M 6130 to 8 p. M. Telephone No. 149, both Mutual and Telephones used, (Stitcntl Juuci'lfocmcntc. TO THE PUBLIC. The attention of our readers is invited to the veiy liberal offer made by us, In another column, In furnish any of the articles specified therein, together with six months' subscription to the Daily Honolulu Press, at tlub rales, which nre milch lets thin if the publications, or articles, were ordered separately. We desire to introduce our paper Into every English-reading Family In this Kingdom, feeling assured that it will be permanently retained after Its' merits, as a live, wide-awake journal, arc once known. As an advertising medium the Daily Honolulu Press posscsscstjneqtuled advantages, having retained all the subscribers to the late Saturday Press In addition to a new subscription list which is daily increasing, so that the paper is not only enjoying a large circulation In this city and vicinity, but is, also, mailed by every steamer to subscribers at almost every landing on the other Islands and also to anintrics, thus combining the advantages of both dally 1 nd weekly edition. The coming month, especially, our paper will have a much larger circulation than all the other daily papers combined, as wc intend sendin specimen copies to every resident on the: within three months from date of uepotit. :se Islands who reads English. We, therefore, ask your co-operation in otir enterprise and trust you will avail yourself of this iiffer. Very respectfully yours, etc., Proi'r's or Daily Honolulu Press. BISHOP ci CO.'S THE undersigned will receive MONEY AT THEm SAVINGS nNK UPON THE FOLLOWING TERMS On sums ol Five Hundred Dollars or under, from one person, they will pay Interest nt the rati of five per cenr. per annum, Irom date of receipt, on all turns that shall have remained on deposit three months, or have been on deposit three months at the time of making Up the yearly accounts. No interest will be computed on fractions of dollars orfor fractions of a month. No Interest will be allowed on money withdrawn Thirty days notice must be .Riven at the Bank of an Intention to withdraw any money ; and the Depositor's Pass-book must be produced at the same time. No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the Depositor, accompanied by the proper Pass-book. On the first day of September of each ea'r, tht accounts will be made up, and interest on all sums that shall have remained on deposit three month or more, and unpaid, will be credited to the depositors, anC from that date form pait of the principal. Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will . received, subject to special agreement. The Dank wilt be open every day In the week except Sundys and Holidays. v BISHOP & CO. O. JHT. MILLER. GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. 42 MERCHANT ST., HOJTOX.Tn.17. In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Magoon, will attend to all matters of business (or the .residents ol the Hawaiian Islands who may need an Agent. I do not conltnc myself alone to the Business Houses, but also to the domestic class who would wish me to attend to any matter of business, especially to making purchases cither in Honolulu or San Francisco, in any line of General Merchandise. To the Business Houses I will give piy carefid attention in nil matters pertaining to General Business, vit ; Adjusting and Collecting Accounts, Distribution of Bills and Circulars, Custom House Entries, Buyjng and Renting Real Estate and Personal Property. 13T All Legal Documents will be cnrefully and neatly drawn up by Mr. J. A. Magoon, I will attend to all matters entrusted in nty care in a careful, courteous and neat manner, and with quick dispatch. Agent for Kinkncr &. Co. Ked Rubber Stamps. Telephone ; P. O. Box 113. 61-iy TWTRS. THOMAS LACK, No. 7D Fort Stxoot. Honolulu, lUrORTUR AND OBALnit IX SEWING MACHINES AMD GENUINE I'arie, Attaehme'nU, Oil and Aeeearen. AGSNV fOR TUB Whits and tne New Houb Machine Howard's Machine Needles, all Llndt Corticell's Silk; In'ull colors and sties I narDour uinen ilireaa, j Clark's O. N. T. Machine Cotton. Mint, Dtmrttfs Rttiabtt Cut Paper Patltnis ANO rtraUJATIONS. Dealer In Rifles Revolvers Colts ard Skirting Goods, Shjt, Powder, Cam, and Metallic Cartridges ItEttOSttfrx'1 STOVES, in all ttxee, Sewing-Machine, Lock and Curt-Repairing promptl) attended to. aSl'JJS GRAND FEAST. There will be a Btari1 fea' In 'he Basement of Kaumakapili Church Saturday, November 28, 1885. From 13 M. to a o'clock p. M. TloUots of Atlmisssou t To ForeignersTable Adults, $i,oo Children, so cent. To Natives TableAdults, 50 cents ( Children, 25 cents. Tickets for sale at J. M. Oat Jr. & Co., 25 Merchant street, and A, L, Smith's, 83 Fort street. , 74-td Keep your horses cool and healthy, and avoid excessive sweating; by having them clipped with the NEW LIGHTNING HORSE CLIPPING. MACHINE, Now In successful operatipn at the Corner of 1'unchbotelaml Quenn Slreett, C. I), MILES, Proprietor, JLuxtioit ika. SPEGIALNOTICE! Just received a consignment of Wax Dolls; (Droved and undressed), Baby Carriages, Accortleons. A splendid lot of Oil JPciintings, y And OlcoffrajjJiSf EX "JUPITER." Also a few cases of Extra 'Manila Cigars, Show Cases, And a smalt line of Ladles', Misses', Men's and Youths' Boots, Grfitors & Shoes. All of which will be sold to the trade at reasonable prices. ' I.TONS COHENS, AucHonrtr A Commteilott llerehantf cncntl J2U)bcrtificmcnte. Crystal Soda Worts, -MANUFACTURERS Or .GKLTSTGKEK, ALE, FLORIDA LEMONADE, AoratodWatora of All Kinds, Fruit Syrups and EosoncoB. Our Goods are ucknowleged the DEST. NO CORKS WE USE PATENT STOPPERS tn all uur Bottles. tZT We invite particular attentton to our Patent Filter, recently introduced, by which all waters used n our minufactures Is absolutely freed from alt Impurities. . S3" We deliver our Goods free of charge to all parts of the city. Careful at entlon paid to Islands Orders. Address 'THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, P. O. BOX, 307, HONOLULU, II. 1. Telephone No. 298. Orders left with Benson, Smith & Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive prompt attention. We also, are agents tor.tie sale of J, W, Hlnjley', CELEBRATED CIGARS Of hit own manufacture THE ELITE ICE HEUI PARLORS! No. 85. Hotel Street. Delicious flavored Ice Cream made from pure 'Dairv Cream, Fruit Ices, Sherbets, Ice Cream Drinks and many other refreshments can be found always at this really first-class resort. Choice Confectionery Jand Calces' in great variety. Faniilloo.Partles, Balls and Weddings Supplied. For the convenience of (he public we 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. Mnv Up Bell Telephone 182 Or Mutual Telephone 338. S2T The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily until II P. M. 21 l v MELLEll & HALBE'S 0 Ice Cream DParlor AND CONFECTIO'ERY Lincoln's Blook, King Street, A Fine Assortiuont of CANDIES AND CAKES, ALWAYS ON HAND. PARTIES SUPPLIED. ladies m mm Switches, Oarls, Front Plooos, All warranted Natural Hair, Inviiiblb Back Hair Nits, Lad ei and Children! Ilatr Cutting and Shampoo, ng at storo or residence! Lanirtry Hair Cutting a Specialty, All at San Francisco Prices. MADAMF. WANEK, 'Y Sutt4 Ofpwlte Dvdet't StaMe ptcto rjlubcrticcmcnis. American Actor's Series Booth. Clark, is mo. " " " Forrest. Winter, it rac doth. ' Ulanld, Uomrjen! Edited cian, I Henry JC. F by U'. cto Jtibcrttscmqtie. A GRAND OFFER. THI? FOLLOWING TO sunscRlBB to Tita, "DALLY HONOLULU PRESS," IS HEREBY OFFERED. With thevieWj 'to Increase our already with several of our leading. merchants, In 1 tion of articles in their respective lines of bu person, and purchase at rates fereatlv redu affording an opportunity of obtaining desirab c tion to the DAILY HONOLULU PRE.SS4 1 1 large 'MsAmpjhP1 II )NOLULU,hto cM our, paper .with a, choice Jefferson. 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