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TUESDAY.. .DEC. 1, 1885
Owing to the pressure of our adver
tisements and the interesting character
of our foreign news u'e are obliged to
omit an interesting editorial upon the
opium traffic1 and kindred topics. , In
our next issue wc will publish the
reasons which caused the decline in
sugar :during, the first of the .
besides other interesting foreign matter
which lack of space crowds out
lies t Fi WM
The Servians Driven
out of Drityoiiiaii
lighting on Ice and Snow,
Uprising .of ffre renoh
lation fin Canada to Denounce
the Hanging .. .
CYCLONE IN INDIA.
ENGLISH CAMPAIGN 'NOTES.
Sofia, November. 22d. Diplomatic
representatives here have been forbidden
tiy'sendcipher telegrams. After
a stiff battle this afternoon the Servians
were driven out of Dragoman, pass by
the Bulgarians, who' then'oc'cifpicd 'the
Fighting tn tht Snow and lee.
London, November 22& Advices
from Tsaribrod state, that the weather
there is terribly severe. Dragoman
Pass is blocked up with snow, and the
roads across, the mountains arc impassable.'
-The 'prina. Division forced its way
th'tough 'after 'ariiand to hand struggle
in Saturday's night and joined the
' jnain army before Slivnitza.
Orders have been sent to Belgrade
to delay the formattbn of the ''second
reserve division as it is not needed at
37i Vroloeol of the tienferinee.
Constantinople, November aid."
The Balkan Conference has drafted a
final protocol, which embodies the
dec.Ision. .declaring (haf the" restoration
of the status quo ante is equally binding
upon Servia and Bulgaria. It is
reported (hat if King lilan refusqs im-'
mediate peace under the terms of the
rj'Cpnfdrence, he will be declared an,
enemy to the peace of Europe, and
two of the signatory PpwerJ will enforce
IjI deport j?a.
It was rumored here that the
Turkish troops had had a skirmish with
the Greeks. The rumor was sul
sequently declared untrue. There are
now 272,000 Iurkish troops on the.
BKLORADE.' November 221I. -The
Servian losses on tlic 27th. 18th and
ipth insts, included eleven officers
killed and The
Emperor Frariris Joseph, in compliance
wiih trie "request of Queen Natalie, has
granted permission to the doctors of
theiAustrian Red Gross Society to go
. J. dcspatcJUronCTsaribradjiays that
the Biilgarianshave massacred a Servian
lieutenant named'. IKotitch, who
was found on the field of battle
wounded, and also the Servian lieu
teiiants, Sc'hivko and KaikOvfcb, who
we're prisoners of war.
GcricralillNiianin teletrranhs thai the,
Bulgarian Jlpps Svhicli had. been fight
ing in inc nciu near uruin, nave ucen
ensconced in the fortress pi that town,
and that the entire district between
Bclgradjik and Lorn, on the
Danube, has been cleared of Bulgarians.
"TirVy. lTrvi Xi'rila.
London, November 22d. The Constantinople
cortesjiohdenl of the Daily
Mivs says: The Turkish Government
Jjas jwaVncd SEryja to withdraw
her1 tVodps Trorn Bblgaria, of tlic
Turkish troops will invade Servia.
Forcing a Cohfltrt iritii'Urctee.
London, November 2 2d. A despatch
from Athens to the Standari
says that Turkey isjpclined to (Vrce 0
conflict with Greece before the lattei
has completed her preparatitjns'for war.
The Vp'rlilniofthe Frvnrlt V juHtttton t
DenvUiiei the llnniliig of Utel.
Montreal, November 23d. The
mass meeting at the
Champs- de Mars, by French Canadians,
was held this afternoon, abut 1
ten thousand persons beinjr present
There were three plalfornis at each ii
which the French ILg floated. Then
were between thirty and forty speakers,
who one and all protested in strpni
language against the nction of tin
Government in lianefnc Kiel, anc
edited upon all present to combine tc
defeat the Government. Sir John Mac
Donald was the special object of invective,
his action in the present instano
being regarded by the speakers .as i
crime of the most culpable character
A telegram was read from Messr,1;.
Bnyd and lurphy of the New Yorl
Irish Union protesting against Orangi
fanaticism and British brihlity, anc
wishing the French Canadians success
in their struggle. The following reso
iution, among others, were passec
That in executing Louis Ricl tin
Government committed an act of in
humanity and cruelly unworthy of;
civilized nation and deserves the con
demnatioh ot nil friends of right anc'
justice without distinction of race 01
The Rev. Father Dowd, at St.
Patrick's Church today, advised hi)
flock to have nothing to do with tin
new National Party, which, he said
would lead them to disaster.
Electing at Quebec'.
Quebec, November meeting
called to express indignation at the ex'
ecution of Ricl, held at Lewis today,
drew an imnlense 'crowd. Hfligies wert
burned, and flags, inscribed "Glory tt
the hero and martyr Kiel," "Death tt
Sir John McDonald", and "Hurrah foi
Riel were displayed. The greutesi
enthusiam prevailed. Hon. M. reletiei
called lipbh all to unite and said' tin
war' had been opened by the
in Shcrbrooke in, attacking the
Nationalist, and here M. Desjardenr,
Conservative Member of Parliament,
said a jirptest against the execution 01
Kici, representing 1,500,000
ms tjent to the
but hot reconized, and the
rupture had now come' betweer
the Government and tliic'Provience o.
Quebec. He reminded Sir John McDonald
of the burning of the Parlia
ment House in Montreal in 1843 and
laterly of the scaffold of Kiel. Othei
prominent men made strong 'speeches
against the Government
An Intllunant Anitlcnce.
An indicnation meetinc at Quebec
Centre last night was attended by 3,00c
electors, Mr. Bdsse, M, P, for thit
constituency, said he did not think tlu
Aiinisters deserved censure. He was
not allowed to speak further, and in
the uproar which followed he was
forced to retire. Some threats wen
made against him, but the 'inflttcnct
of the members of the committee and
the presence of a strpng posse of policemen
prevented them from being cirriud
dut. Owen Murphy, ex Mayor, Messrs.
iscmcux and Fitzpatrick, Hon. P.
and others addressed the meeting.
The speakers stated that the
movement was directed against
only, and they wanted it, distinctly
understood that the question, of
and Orangcism must not be
confounded, and that they wiihed tt
live in peace in the future as they had
done in the past with the former de
nomination. Indignations meetings
were also held a.t Charlcsburg and
Beauport on the same date. '
X'reittlmt Orevii' In'tfinttoniiOinrrat pn
hie e'M Uumilat on,
Paris, November 23d, The
says that President Grevy has de
cided, In the event of his re-election, to
send a'message to the Chambers ad:
vising the granting of an amnesty
offenders without exception.
GencratBrierc de Lisle, who was recalled
from, the command ofyhe French
troops in Tpn'quin, arrived here- to-day..
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER I, 1865.
He refused to be interviewed Officers
accompanying him declare that' his disgrace
is unjust and that his removal has
caused discontent in the army. They
say that the strength of the troops jn
Tonquin continues to be sapped by
disease and the repeated alarms by the
France and China.
Paris. November 22d. A despatch
.from Pekin says, that all difficulty be
tween franco ana China lias beeo removed,
and that negotiations between
the two nations has been resumed.
Viiotlih t.'ampnlan Sole:
London, November 22c!. A London
spc'cihl says : Under the prilling
arrangements the tendency of the borough
elections jvill .become known
Thursday and ific general result of the
borough and county elections on Saturday,.
but the exact position of parties
will not be determined until the drawing
to a close of the elections early in
Lord Salisbury will .deliver the final
Cdnscrvative manifesto at the dinner of
the St. Stephen's Glub
The Parncllitc manifesto has fallen
flat. Most of' the Liberal newspapers
hnvc passed it by without cohiment,
while the Conservative press criticise it
n(a slight manner.
Orcnt DUaiter in Intlltt.
London. November 22d. A
paich to the Times from Calcutta says
that 3,000 people have been drowned
and 150 villages submerged in Orissa
iyn cyclone, ana that 1241 square
miles in the Moosohedabad and Hudda
districts have been devastcd.
M'utU Viijolnail from TForlt.
Paris, November 2ad. Mme. Patti
has been ordered by her physicians to
take a month's complete rest. The.
will cause a collapse of her projected
tour through .Belgium and Holland.
Places of Worship.
Bethel Union Church, corner of King1
aim uemci sirectn, Kev. is. j. Uygcl,
l'jtnr. Services every Suntlny at 11 A. Mi.
nul 7s3 I'. M. Sunday-school meets nt q:a
v, M. I'raycr Meeting Wednesday evening
Fort Street Church (Congregat'onal),
:orrter of I'ort and ilerctania Directs, J. A.
Crutan. Kiilor. Sti vices cverv Sundav at n
v, M., and 7:30 r. M. Sunday-school meets
ne nour Mjiurc morning itcrvice. 1'rayer
Wednesday cvenlngi at 7130, and Sunday
evcriiiiEs at 6:45.
Eolscopal Church. Emmt Square, Rt.
Rev. Uialiop of Honolulu officiating, assisted
Iw Revs. A Mnclctntmh nnd n,n
Services In English every Sunday at 6130 and
II A. M., and 7:30 r. M. Serviccs.in
an every aunuay ai 9 a. m. ami 3130 p. m.
one hour before English morning
Roman Catholic Church, Fort Street,
lear lterefania j Right Rev, Herman, Bishop
n jni3, ievs. anu icnicni, ayisunj;.
iervice every Sunday at 5 and 10 A. M., anil
it 4:30 P. M. Low Mass every day at 6 and ;
' M. High Mass' Sundays and Saints' day.
at 10 a. M.
Christian Chinese Church, Fort Street,
K ,v. Uamon, Actinc l'astor. Services every
Sunday at, to;3o a. m, and 7130 i M. Prayer
.Meeting Wednesdays al 7130 r. u.
Kixwaiahao Church (Congregational),
corner of King and Punchbowl streets, Rev.
II. II. Parker, Pastor. Services in Hawaiian
every Sunday at II A. M and at 7130 on Sun-lay
eveninrs, allcrnatinc with Kaumakapili.
Sunday-school at 10 A. M. Piaycr 'Meeting
weancsuay at 7:30 p. m.
Kaumakapili Church Congregational),
Deretanla street, near Maunakea, Rev. S.
Waiamau,' Pastor. Services in 'Hawaiian
esvery Sunday at 10:30 A. M., and at 7:301V
m., on Sunday evenings, . alternating Willi
Kawaiahan: Sunday-school at 9:30 A. M.
I'raycr Meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
In criming frnnvthe Pali : A Gold Locket
with the ownerVname enfffrved on the out
ride of the case. The finder, will be liberally
rewarded by leaving it at th'o office of Ihe
uatty uonoiuiu 1'ress. 79 31
Conveniently and NEATLY-FURNISHED
ROOMS, Sinele or Double, can be had ut
Nb. I Kl)KlJl5TREET (near Fort).
Dr. Emerson has removed his residence and
office to 106 Fort Mrcrl, lately occupied by
CJapt. Hayley. Ofllce hours fnmv8 to ioa.
M., It0 3'p. m Ci3Qto8p. m. Telephone
N'o. 149, both Mutual and Dull Telephones
Tho Wliito House.
118 Nuuanu Avcnuo
Is still continued on (he same plan as by
Mrs. I. T, White, and guests .from. the other
elands will please hear in mind their rooms
will be as usual. In the near future wc will
accommodate with Board also at reasonable'
rates, JOSEPH VIFRRA.ft. WIFE.
Successors to Mrs. J. T. White.
Faosr'j A WORT to Pkniiouhs.
Rubber Holders, Cork Holders, Ivory and Ebony
Holders Rold mounted. Ivory and Hone
Folders and Paper Cutters, Fader's 'X'abjel
Lrastrs, Deniton's Velvet" Erasers,
Crystal Hiiter, Kubberia wood .
pencil shape. Thumb Tacks,
Pencil I'rjlenors, Kubber
lUnds of variout
sixes, etc., etc.,
JFarSal alTUOS, O, TUXtUUa
r Vout Siuaiir Srcaas ' -
TO THE PUBUO.
The attcnlion.of.our readers tt invited to the
vety liberal "ofTer made by us, in another
column, I'o furnish any of the articles specified
therein, together withsU months' subscription
to the IJAtLY llONOLUltU l'RESs,'at (l(ili ralei,
vbich arc Much leif th; n if the publications, or
articles, were ordered separately.
We deiirc (o Introduce our paper Into c'ery
Englisli'tcading rnriilly In this Klngdoni,
feeling assured that it will be permanently
retained after III merits, as a live, wide-awake
lournal, are.orvct: fcnojvn.
As an advertising medium the Daily Honolulu
Press posscsscsuncqualcd advantages,
having retained nil the subscribers to the late
Saturday J'rtis In addition to a new subscrip
tion list wljich is daily Increasing, so that the
paper is not only enjoying a large circulation
in this city nnd vicinity, but is, also, mailed by
every steamer to subscribers at almost every
landing oil the other Islands and also to foreign
countries, thus combining the advantages
of both dally 1 nd weekly editions, The
coming month, especially, our pap.er will have
a much larger circulation th.ln nil the other
daily papers combined as we intend s'.nding
specimen copies to every resident on these.
Jslands'who reads English.
We, therefore, .ask your co-operation In our
enterprise and trust you will avail yourself ol
this offer. Very respectfully yours, etc., ,
Puopr's of DaILy Honolulu Press.
Ciystal Soda Works,
- M tiUrACTURERS Of
Abratod Waters, of All Kihds,
Our Goodt are acltiuwlesed the HEST. NO CORKS
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS
In all our Eo'.tlej. '
SZT V Inviie particular attention to our Patent
Filter, recently iniriduceil, by waters tued
n our in inufaciures Is absolutely I reed from all Impurities.
iiT We deliver our Goods free of charge to all parti
of the city.
Careful at ett:iRi!e to Ii;ii Cu'e . f.CCuu
'THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
P..0. BOX, 39;, HONOLULU, II. I.
Telephone No." 2g3.
Orders le't with Bsntoi, Smith .t Co., No. 11 Ton
Street, will receive prompt attention.
V aluo, ore ajemslor tie sale of J. W. Hlnsley't
Ofhli ov.i i-tm
AT THOMAS G. THRUM'S
FORT-STREET STORE, BREWER'S DLOCK,
ca:i de pound a 'run. assoktsicnt or
Flno and Commorolal Stationery.
CONSISTING IN PART Or
Note, Letter, Packet Post.Cap, Legal ii Dill Paper
Hold, (jjil 1'enii,
lllack Wr tine ad Couvime Inks,
Carmine; Violet, and fiiue Inks,
Dixon's, Fabv's, Ruttneck's and Grossbergcr
Pencils. Wood, Rubber and Celluloid
Parieterles. Visitin'z Cards.
Cap, Letter, Note and Memo Tablets and Clocks
in manna anu nne paper,
Knvel jpe, all sties, paper and cloth lined.
STOAKES' AUTOMATIC SHADING TENS
IN SUVERAL SIZES,
Very, Useful in Oanamental Work, and
INK POWDERS,' VARIOUS COLORS,
FOR USE WITH THE CAMC
Trial Balance Books,
'ruu. iletao, Time, Order, Receipts, Exerctso
and Letter Iljoks.
, Copylh'i'Brusriei Rubber Copyins Sheets.
Mann's (Manila) and French (white) Copying Paper.;
ULnk Uooks in Virioui.,i:es and btyles of uind.ns.
Roll, Mounted and' Manila Detail'
DJI4, lriN.O V AVE It.
PliotojrapU Framra ani,' Pavepartouts,
Autograph and Phato. Albums, .laap Hooks,
Artotypelramcd anJ unfraiueJ,
. liD.niiiu iii.cn. uracxcis aiu v.auineu,
Cellu'old sets of Cumb, Brush and Mirror,
tihawl Trans, bcheol Hags. .
A Une'Varlety if 1'ranii Birthday Cards,
Illustrated Letter Sheets. Pocket and Letter Maps ol
the Ishnds. Maps of Honolulu.
Wlim tllil 0! inNHIUV.
Windsor & Ne7t3n'j ArtUti" MUuiali. .
Oil and Water Colors, Brushes, Palettes, Canvas, Oils
tad Varnish, Plaques; OH Cups, etc
Special or ' extra 'larjse books mads up to order from'
WESTON'3 LINEN RECORD 'PAPE.1,
ay costraTtNT tvanua.'),
la Any Style Desired.
X'AVtttt XtVLXXO TO AXT VAIISDlf,
A TULL LINE O? IXAT . rATERS,
, i v
Constantly la Clock,' ,
INCtltOINB MAKCUS WAKDS' lltlSIl IIVRV,
Poclcet EdHljn "SsasUoj Library,"
n UAaoa vaustv or tub Mai? roruuia, autuoxs
MUSIC, MAOJUINES, PERIODICALS. IlW
MISCELLANEOUS,. BOOKS,, . . .
B9V2W XO. OIWBIt OVXUOlU'yOTiCX
WENNER & CO.,.
JT HJ Tu 3E X, St
2Ta. 03 Fort Street.
Hare Just received per "Manposa," the
FIN E-JEWEL RYJ
SOLID AND TLATKD SILVER WARE
Ever brought to this market.
Clocks, Wnlchcs, Bracelets,
Fins, Lockets, Gold CItnins
nnd Gttrmls, Sleeve Bullous
tituds, Etc., Etc
And ornaments of all kinds.
Elocant Solid Silver Tea Sot,
Vnd all kinds of silver ware suitable for presentation.
These goods are alt oflne finest quality and latest
lestgn anl comprise a compUte stock of all articles hi
this branch of builntu which will be sold at close
KUKUI AND SHELL lEWELRV
Made to order.
Iri6 repairing branch of our business we regard as an
Important one, and all Job entrusted to us will
to executed In a manner second to none.
Of even- description done to order. Particular atten
tion is paid to orden and Job work from the
HOPP & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Of every description.
Mattresses afed JBcddinff.
Special attention given o
Of all kinds -
E3T jobbing JdonrJ' at reasonable
Kp. 7J: King Street.
Telephone No. 11,
Tlic Only Practical
Repiirs, km & Frsnch Hhhh
Every description ol
At lowest rates.
Parlor Suites. Lounges, Talent Rockers, Ei$j and
Fancj Chairs, eKnutlo of Island Wbads, or
Black Walnut, at San Franeiieo Prices.
T ELEGANT C0VEU1NG AND TRIMMING.
N.B.Xo Filtering of Profit
'NO. 13K LILIHA STREET.
Hntqjl Tcleplone, h. 311.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Livery, Boarding, and Salo Staolon,
Carriages far litre at fill houra nt iI.a Au . nlwl.t
also, conveyances of all Mnds for parties komz around
Hxeellent Saddle Hnrsm fnr l.nM. nnA ri...
tlitucn. Guaranteed Gentle.
Lartre and snall nmnlbut far nlmli? nnrl .vpunt,.
iiat ties, carry! nj from 10 to 40 pasnjers, canalway.
be secured by arransements.
The l.on x Branch Bathitp House can always
be Secured for nUllle or eeurlrri ( nrtlei hv annlvln
at Uie office.
lULErilONB Nb. 34.
i-4 JAS. DODD. Proprietor.
.F. J. "Williams,
Wo. 102 FORT STREET.
Loading Photographer of Honolulu,
WORK FINISHED IN
Water Colors, Ornyon,
XncUn Inlchnr OH,
Photo. Colorwl &o.
The only oomplela coUeeilasi 0
Char goo Modorate.
Knits, Underwear Hosiery, Neckwear
. Wc can safely,. guarantee. a, saving ofcia.rj'per cent to' purchasers of. cjo'thirig, '
I I A r .
etc. Call'and wo offer.' , . ..
''- h . ' ' ."":.
Thdt the Undersigned has this
Eon's & Boy's Custom Mado ClbtHng:
Shrunk. Well and carefully made,:easy fitting, .stylish
'cut. and most important
YBBY LOW. I3ST E,KI,OE....
Every garment warranted as represented.
Also, just opening, this day, the finest, neatest, most
stylish, nobby, well made, flexible
STBA W "' H A. -9
Ever imported here or anywhere .else; .
Large Assortment of Holiday Goods
WEST, DOW & CO.,
Hare on hand, in addition to their usual large Vtbclc, a select assortment of
JBaiicy 3roodLls and .Toyn,,
Too numerous, to mention.
iT'urjaitttre and JEJifetUre 3JCouldinfifM,
Also, just received per steamer Alameda, an elegant stock of - ,
F U R N I T U R"E;: ;
Consisting in' part o(,'
Light and Dark Cetlar'and 'Ash 'bedroom Sets, ,
Three Quarter anil Ftlll Site Ash lUdsteads,
Dining Room, "Cotlnge, N'ufse And Children's Chairs and Rockers, assorted;
A Fine -Assortment (of Holiday Godds to arrive by' next
H?ENR DAVIS & CO,,;:
IMPORTBKS AND JOBBURS OK AU. KINDS.OF
Groceries, Jprovisiohs and JProduce.
Ktl. Mackerel. Kill Salmon Il'ellles.
. .klti'.Trineues'and Sounds. ' Horn
Wnreester Hauee. fin keel. California Cider Vlnegar,(cask and kegs). D
California Table Kalsinv Assorted Nuu,
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON, 1885 CATCH, (Bbjs. snd.half bbls,)
CALIVORNIA FRESH FRUIT AND BUTTER I)Y EVERY STEAMER,
"WliIoU aro oiTbrbd ut . oejt Icatc'ofor'XIili. "
sol'e agents fqh .
Scamtuel PackJnR Co., E. J, Bowen'a Seeds, ,I.ynde;& Hopb,
"THE JIJ.IIDEX WAND 'GIlEMdDE JTI11E EXTINGUIBHEK,'
sOT' Goods delivered la any part of the city free of
lUi ft -
J. FISH'ELi I ,
day received an additionalri
.Kits Smoked IUIibutH . Kilt Halibut, Fins and. Nap' .'
neless Codfish) ' Tomato Catsup, Chow Chow. , . .
Dried Apples, I'eachesEtc.,
Assorted Table and 1'ie 1'iulti, Jams and Jellies,
- charge. . 'Island, Oniersiellcltod and j
...... Honolulu, Oahu, H, I,
No. 05 Tort Street,
POST-OFFICE DOX No. 5
HwE.3TcINTYEE&'BR0;,:., .' :'"'.
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IMPORTERS AND iOEAiEitV.IN ' , , .,
Lrrocenes, rxovisions ana
KaetCorner ITort. and IClnrt; Otrootss.
ew goods received' byevery packet frorn the Eastern States and Europe. Frwh Call
.ProditCfl'.hy.'every steamer,, A'H'pr'deM faithfully atten'ded'tb.'ind'Goods'delivtrfcl ttj
part of tat city ree ol charge. . islaaa.oraei scuiateu.
iBok'Nt). 14! ; Teihne N, $3. a I 17