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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS
IS PUBLISHED
jgvehy mokning
UJxeopt SumlnyH.
;hc Office, No. 39 Merchant St.
TK7J.UA' OV SVllSCllTI'TlOS,
Per Annum .$6.00
U month. t 3. co
Three months.. i.jo
Ter month,. 5ctt
Pmtaite additional.
tV 8nberlptlon$ I'aynhle nlirnjn ) Ail'
rut eo.
Hricf communications from' all parti of the Kingdom
will a1w.iv! lie vtrv neeentabte.
Matter Intended for publication In the editorial
oiumns snouia ie auureiseu 10
(Editor Daily HonolvlU Prims.
Business communication and auvermementl Should
c adJrcssed simply "llusineu Manager,"
Daily Honolulu I'nrtsi,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Advertisement', to ensure nromnt Insertion, should
he handed In before 6 r. M. t,"
It jis not often that the Daily Honolulu
Press "blows its own trumpet,"
but we feel a pardonable pride in calling
attention to the "Grand Offer"
made by us, in another column of this
issue. This is an enterprise which, we
believe, is the first of its kind that has
ever been attempted in this Kingdom,
and, we trust, will receive the patronage
it dese "s, as it is a bona-fide
arrangement b) nch the public can
get a six months' subscription to our
paper, and a valuable Holiday Gift, at
club rales, which arc much less than the
regular prices when not combined.
This offer is open only until January i,
1886.
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FRIDAY DEC. a, i8
auinnnsH murixa.
It is a relief to find something rise to
write and talk about than politics. The
average citizen as well as the average
editor gets mortally tired of continually
digging at public officials and incum
' Adininstrations to get them to do
their swoin duty and keep the "old
Adam" down. Hut let it be distinctly
understood that while it is a relief to
drop these matters occasionally, we in.
tend to return to them again : to
to opium smuggling, to
hula dancing, to the cheap-labor
question, - to official stealing, to social
slandering, and to all these public
questions which must be discussed before
good Government can be attained
and a healthful social condition maintained.
There are other dangers, however,
which threaten the lives of ourcilizens
beside those above mentioned : one of
these is the fast and reckless driving
which obtains in Honolulu and vicinity.
It must not be supposed when fast
driving is mentioned that hackmen are
the only ones who indulge in this sort
of thing. They are not There are
gay young men who drive fast j there
arc pretty young ladies who drive fast ;
there are private coachmen who drive
fast; there are reckless natives who drive
very fast j there arc chinamen who drive
other people's horses fast ; and there
are even Government officials who
drive f.ist. The policemen who infest
our streets, however, hardly ever arrest
any but hackmen for fast driving. Why
this is so nobody but the policemen
know and they refuse to tell.
The carelessness which has called
out these remarks was exhibited by a
hackman 'msc name is unknown, but
we wish the jjply generally to all
fast drivers, oiu and young, plebeian
and offiicial, pretty and ugly, The
case we directly refer to will he found
reported in our local columns where the
personal safety of a lady1 was endangered
and even her life was put in
jeopardy. In this particular crse there
was no possiblc.excuse which could be
advanced to shield the hackman, yet
it is pretty safe to assert that he will
go unpunished. If he had been attending
to his business the thing would
not have happened could not have
happened, The worst of this fast driv
ing business is, that there seems to be
a general fecling'of indifference on the
part of drivers ai to the rights of the
street passenger. In most cities as
large as Honolulu the law is strictly
r' clown by the couits, that the foot-
passenger has the right of way in all
cases, except in cases fire, where the
right of way is given to the fire department.
Now we do not ish to be
called a carper, but it is only a right we
assert when we make bold to demand
on the part of the women and children
of this city that the authorities take
some practical action in the matter and
put a stop to all fdst and reckless driving.
It is a pity that the newspapers
are always forced to point out the
duties of the police force before the
determine to perform them," while a
Supreme judge has occasionally to
check their cal in other directions.
I I LIH
"Are there two sets of laws in Hawaii,
one for Chinese Sabbath-breakers,
and another for boat-clubs, merchants,
the favored few and white man gen
erally ? Are our laws local and not
general operative in Nuuanu and
Maunakca streets, but dead letters in
palace-yard " and in high places generally
? Is there some official Tctzel
who can sell or grant, indulgences to
law-breakers? Who is the greatest
offender, the ignorant, heathen coolie,
or the intelligent, educated civilized
gentleman when they each trample on
the laws." The Friend.
Editok Daily Honolulu Press :
Sin I have noticed in the Pacific
Commercial Advertiser, on one or two
occasions lately, reference to the
dilatorincss of volunteers in coining
forward to offer their services to the
Board of Health as sanitary visitors in
the wards of the city.
Why this should be so why itis
that amongst the many here who arc
always ready and willing to give a
share of their time to charitable and
christian work, there cannot be found
s'even or eight who will actively interest
themselves in the sanitary condition of
the city, is a curious question to me.
It would seem as though self-interest
would bring volunteers forward if nothing
else would. We all, I may say,
like to see o - o- " premises clean and
drained, (even if we have to sweep and
sluice our dust and drainings into our
neighbors lot) and if we would have
our prospective good health as well as
our present freedom from disease
assured to us, we must insist upon
those about us carrying out sensible
sanitary arrangments for the good of
the whole.
The prevailing cold weather has mitigated,
to a certain degree, the noisome
smells that, in every ward in the city
heat of summer, betrayed
the presence of unhealthy matte at
our doors. And no sooner do we miss
the effluvia than we forget its cause
and dismiss the whole Subject of city
sanitation from our minds.
But I, for one, cannot help remembering
the typhoid and malarious fevers
that have prevailed here during the
past summer, and which I am confi
dent will break out again upon the
approach cf warm weather. There is
work in each ward for inspectors ; and
it must not be forgotten that if any
contagious disease visits Honolulu and
finds- such inspectors have not come
forward in response to the invitation of
the Board of Health and have not done
some good work that the contagion will
visit all alike and strike down whomsoever
it pleases. Then no one can blame
the Board of Health. It does all it can,
and if, for political, social or religious
icasons volunteers refuse to act with
the present Government, they, who
hhould have come forward, will be the
only on t to blame. C,
Jlurtimrtf ltcport.
For the month of Oct., 1885 :
The total number of deaths reported
lor the tnonth of October was 48, distributed
as follows :
Under 1 year 4 From 30 to 40.,,,. 5
From 1 to 'S 4 From 40 to ,. 5
From 5 to 10 2 From 50 to 60. , , . . 5
From 10 to 20.,.. 1 From 60 to 70 3
From 20 to 30.,., 5 Over p , 5
Males,., ,,,, 25 -Females 14
Hawaiian.,, 31 Urcat Ilrttahi I
Chinese 3 S. Isles...'. 1
Portuguese.. 1 American's......... I
Other nations 1
CAUSE or DEATH :
Asthma... 3 Disease of Licr.
Aneuiism, ... 1 Dysentery
Accident ,. 1 Exhaustion
Jleribsri. . . ... 1 Fever,...
Ilronchitii. ... 2 Indigestion, , . .
Croup. ... 1 Old Ace..
Convulsion I Sjphllis
Consumption 2 Tumor....,.,,, ,
Dropsy 6 Unknown
Dlarrhcea 2 Violence ,.
Disease of Heart,. 2
Total 39
Number " .10
COMI'AKAIIVE MONTHLY MORTAII1Y,
Nov. 1881 45 Nov. 1884 50
Nov. 1882 '.48 Npv. 1885 39
Nov. 1883 51
Annual death rate per 1000 for month, .22,28
SICKNESS IN THE SCHOOLS,
School, Scholars. Sick
Fort Street School..,. 149 3
Royal School 289 11
I'ohukaina School-. ..,,112.. ,, , o
St, Alban'h College. . . 50.
ht, Louis Lollrgc..
Preparatory .School . 93-
J. H, Brown.
Agent Board of Health.
The McAulny Mission of New Yoik
has closed anothpr year of fruitful work
among the poor and degraded Classes.
The attendance at the mission for the
year aggregated 28,255, The average
number of requests for prayer were
twelve per .meeting. , Many were converted.
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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1885.
as
irrtlienrtt Hot
A deacon in a Western town recently
died. His pastor soon paid a visit of
condolence to the bereaved widow.
She asked the minister if he would like
to sec the funeral wreath. He assented.
She led him to the much prized memento,
and pointed out its peculiarities.
In 'a broken voice she said : "The red
flowers were made of his red flannels ;
the white ones of his white flannels'.
The stamens were made of coffin shavings,
and the pistiles of his beard.
The berries and buds were made of the
pills that were left when he died, and
the feathery part was made of the
feathers of the last chicken dear Tames,
killed before he was taken ill. All this
she said without a pause for breath,
and ended her ghastly description of
the treasuicd Wreath by imploring the
bewildered clergyman to lead in prayer.
The Christian at work states, "This
story has just started. It is not to be
supposed it will stop on its travels short
of Australia or Siam."
Australian papers please copy and
forward to Siam. Ed. Press.
Tif Trnipernilre Qiirttlnn In Jfxw Xrk.
New, York,. November 17th. A
mass meeting was held in Stcinway
Hall last nifjht, the first of a scries
called to consider a bill which the
Church Temperance Society and the
Society for the Prevention of Crime
will jointly press in this
winter, regulating the liquor traffic in
this city. The bill has the approval of
the press generally. It has been examined
by scores of public men, lawyers,
doctors and chemists, and no flaw has
yet been found in it. The license fee
is to be $1,000 for spirituous liquors
and $100 for beer, and bars to be
closed at midnight, and District Attorneys
to try excise casc3 forthwith. The
bill prohibits saloons within 200 feet of
church or school-house. Rev. Ii. W,
McDonald represented the attitude of
the Church Iemperancc Society as
follows : " We take the ground that
the Bible is not totally for abstinence.
Men have been obliged to leave their
pulpits for saying this. The total abstainer
has learned to speak the truth
of his neighbor. They used to think
and believe that no one except total abstainers
had a right to go to temperance
meetings, The position of the church
is one of common sense. That may
not be very high, but it is one which
has great power with men. The Society
does not try to stop all liquor business,
but we shall do what we can to mitigate
the curse of liquor."
(general Jttibcrtiscmcnts.
3IRTXOI ito CO.'S
1HU UNDERSIGNnD WILL KKCEIVE
MONEY AT THKIH SAVINGS
IUNIC UPON THIS FOLLOWING
TERMS
On sums ol Vive Hundred Dollars or under, from
one person, they will pay interest at the rate of five per
cent, per annum, Irom date of receipt, on all sums that
shall htve remained on deposit three months, or have
been on deposit thric months at the time of making up
the j early accounts. No interest will be computed on
fractions of dollars or for fractions of a month.
Nq interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
Wilhin three months from date of deposit.
Thirty days notice must be given at the Bank of an
Intuition to withdraw any mbney J nnd the Depositor's
Pass-book must bo produced at the same lime.
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 eaclu J ear, the
accounts will be undo tip, and interest on all sums that
jlulllmc remained on dqosit three months or more,
and unpaid, will ho credited to the depositors, am.'
from tint date form pait of the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will
rccrlved, subject to special agreement,
'1 jio Hank will be open every day in the week except
Sundys and Holulajs.
90-270 . BISHOP & CO.
Special lottcco.
Notice.
Honolulu, Nov. 14th, 18S5.
The partnership heretofore cxistlne under
the firm name ofl.ovcjoy & Co. is this day
dissolved )iy limitation, Sir. J. II. Lovejoy
iwuming all obligations of the late firm.
H. K. MACFARL.ANC.
KKANK 1IROWN.
J. II. LOVEJOY
I beq to call attention to the above notice
and to inform, the public that I will continue
(ho business under the firm name of Lovejoy
& Co," and trust to receive a fair slnre of the
palronaee frmn the friends of the late firm.
80 3t J. II. LQVEJOY.
Lost.
' In coming from the Pali ; A Gold Locket
with the owner's name ennrsved on the out
Kitloofthcca.se. The finder will be liberally.
rewarded by leaving It at Hie otitce ol Hie
Daily Honolulu Press. 79 3t
Removed.
Or. Emerson has removed his residence and
office to 196 Tort street, lately occupied by
Capt. Htiyley. Office hours from 8 to 10 a,
Mr, 1 tQ 3 r, M 6:30 to 8 p. m. Telephone
No. 149, both MDtual and ' llell Telephones
used. '
Tho WWto House
118 Nmmnu Ayoiiuq
Is Mill continued on the same plan as by
Mrs. J. T. White, nnd guests from the other
Islands will please bear in mind their robms
will be as usual. In the netrr future we will
accommodate wjth Hoard also pt reasonable
rates. jUHia'U vtl'JtltA& WII'IS.
Successors to Mr. J. T. White.
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(Sc.tcntl Hijcriiftcmento;
TO THE PUBLIC.
The attention of our renders Is Invited to the
very liberal offer made by us, in another
column, tti rurnivh any f the articles specified
therein, together with sit months' subscription
to the Daily Honolulu Press, at did raits,
which are milch less thr n If the publications, or
articles, were ordered separately.
Vc desire to introduce our paper: Into eveiy
Lngllsh'tcadlrlg family in this Kingdom,
feeling assured that it will be permanently
retained niter its merits, as a lte, wide-ay..:
journal, arc once known. ,
As an advertising medium thcDA!LY Honolulu
I'RttsS possesses tincqualcd advantages,
liming retained ail the subscribers to the late
Sitliiitlay Press in addition to a new subscription
list which is daily increasing, so that the
paper is not only enjoying a large circulation
in thirdly and vicinity, but is, also, mailed by
every steamer to subscribers at almost every
landing on the other Islands and also to for
cign countries, thus combining the advantages
of both daily iJid weekly editions. The
coming month, especially, our paper will have
a much larger circulation-than all the other
daily papers combined, as wc Intend sending
specimen copies to every resident on these
Islands who reads English.
We, therefore, ask your co-operation In our
enterprise and trust jou will uvall yourself of
this offer. Very respectfully yours, etc.,
Proi'r's ok Daily Honolulu Tress
Crystal Soda Works,
MANUFACTURERS OF -
WATER,
FLORIDA LEMONADE,
Aerated Waters of All Kinds,
Fruit Syrups and Essoncos.
Our Goods are ucknowleged the DUST. NO CORKS
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS
r
In all our Hetties.
HT We Invite particular attention to our Patent
Filter, recently introduced, by which all water uicd
n our manufactures is absolutely freed from all Impurities
A"3T We deliver our Goods free of charge to all parts
of the city.
Careful at eiillon paid to Islands Ordeir. Address
'THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
I'. O. BOX, 397, HONOLULU, II. I.
Telephone No, 298. .
Orders, left with Ilenson, Smith & Co., No. ll Port
Street, will receive prompt attention.
We also, are agents lor tSe sale of J, W. Hlngley's
CELEBRATED CIGARS
Of his own manufacture n-im
S.A.aiTI'.A.
HEADQUARTERS
isasrcrw opbjxt.
With an' excellent assortment of
New and Seasonable Goods !
In keeping with the usual extra
quality of novelties and desirable
Books, iToys, ''Fancy Goods,
r,yr,,?y
Christmas Cards,
For which this establishment is noted.
Special Holiday Editions of Poets,
In fine bindings, Persian and Turkey
Morrocco, Alligator and Seal Skin,
Tree Calf, Plush and Cloth.
Prang's Prize Cards (plain and fringed),
Xmas Aloha (fringed) llookmarks,
Fine Plush GooJs, Celuloid Sets,
" Urackets,
EBONY FRAMES&.CABINETS,
"'Sleam and ElectrlcJToyV
1 Nvwt "ai Cjiimes,
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PACIFIC COASTDIARIUS FOR 1886
(Pocket and Oflice'slrts.)
,
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Dreka's rilctionary Blotters, Papeterles,
Juvenile I)ooic(a'fine assortment),
Etc., E'tcEtc.
f" f .
Tpgether yith nfull jind complete"
line of fjtatlonery'Snditlank Hooks.
All orders faithfully attended to. Prices as
reasonable as good Goods will warrant, and
cheapest in the lonijriin.
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THOp. 0. THRUM,
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101 Fort Streot. I
(Ccncfitl $bbcrtiicmcnt0.
WEMER & CO.,
Manufactuilng'aml Importing
jr as x, an .1 s 5'
ivo. D!i Fort Street.
Have just received per "Mariposa," the moitele.
gant assortment ol
FINE JEWELRY,
SOLID AND I'LATHD SILVER WARE
Ever brought to this market.
fJIocUH, Watches, lUiicclots,
Plus, Lockets, Gold Cltnlim
niitl Guard?, SIccvo Buttons
SludB, Etc., Etc.
And ornaments of all kinds.
Elegant Solid Silvor Tea Sots,
And all kinds of silver ware suitable for presentation.
These goods are all of the finest quality and latest
designs and Comprise n complete stock of all articles in
this branch of business which will b sold at close
figures.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
1 he repairing branch of our business we regard as an
Important one, and all Jobs entrusted to us will
be executed In a manner second to none.
Engraving
Of every description done to order. Particular atten
tion is pMd to orders and Job work from the
other Islands.
v
HOPP & C 5
)Manurcturers and Dealers In
FURINIITUiRE,
Of every description.
Mattrcsaes and licddhig.
Special attention given o ?
UPHOLSTERING,
OfllJkhuM
KJT Jobbing Jdone at reasonable
rates.
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No. 74 King
Telephone No. i
UPHOLSTERING.
D. M. CROWLEY.
The Only Practical
jrAXvrACTUJtiita uriioLSTVincn,
In Honolulu.
Repairs, Covers I French Polishes.
Every description of
FURNITURE
At lowest rates.
! ISLAND WOODS.
Parlor Suites, LonngM, Patent Rockers, Easy anil
Fancy (hairs, etc, undo of Island Woods,' or
Black Walonl, at San Framisco Pricw.
AT ELEGANT C0VKK1NG AND TRIMMING,
rtlttiriiio of Profit
NO. 13 LILIHA STREET.
4Vtf Mutual Telephone, So. 311.
Pantheon Stables,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Livory, Boarding, and Salo Stablos,
Catringes for hire nt all hours of the day or night!
ftlso, conveyance! of all kinds for parties going uround
the. island.
Excellent Saddle Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Guaranteed Gentle.
Large and .smill omnibut for plcnici and excursion
parties, carrying from 10 to 40 passengers, can alway
be secured by special arrangements.
The Long Branch Bathlne House can always
be secured Jor picnic or excursion iutiesby applying
at the office.
iKLEfllONB No. 34.
JAS. DOPn, Proprietor.
JT. JT. "Williams,
No. 102 FORT STREET,
Loading Photographer of Honolulu.
WORK rirtlSHKD IN
Water Colors, Crayon,
Iuilin Inn" or Oil,
Photo, Colored Sin.
The only complete collection of
Island, VIowh,
FornsSholIs,
Curiosities, &o
OUurfjea -Moderate.
FROM
CHA& 3V
Wc can safely guarantee a." savinc of
etc, Call nnd sec what we offer.
CHAS.
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(Bcncml JLlibccttecn 51U0.
- BUY
Knits, Underwear Hosiery, Neckwear
REMEMBER !' '
That the undersigned has this day received an additional
supply of elegant
Men's & Boy's Custom- Made' Clottatij
Shrunk. Well and carefully made, easy fitting, stylish
cut and most
VEir low
Every garment warranted as represented.
Also, just opening this day, the finest, neatest, most
stylish, nobby, well made, flexible
STRA "W H A: T ST;
' Ever imported here or anywhere else.
PIRST SERVED."'
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Large Assortment of Holiday Goods !
WEST, DOW & CO.,
Have on hand, in addition to their usual large stock, n select assortment of
Fancy OroodL and Toy,
Too numerous to mention.
IT'Hi'liituva and 3Pictiire IWCouldliiififs;'
T j Also, just received per steamer Alameda, an clejjant stock of
! ' F U R N I
Consisting
tight and Dark Cedar and Ash Bedroom Sets, ;
Three Quarter and Full Sire Ash Iledsteads, . , ,
Dining Room, Cottage, Nurse and Children's Chairs and Rockers, assorted,
A Fine Assortment of Holiday Goods to arrive by next Steamc
73-im
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
mroKTKRs and jouhliIs op all kinds OV
Qroceries, Provisions and Pvbdtice.
Kits Mackerel, Kits Salmon Dellies, Kits SmoVed Halibut, Kilt, Halibut Tins and Nan
Kits' Tongues and Sounds, Ilonrless Codfish, 1 mato Catsup, Chow Chow,
Worcester bauce, (in keg), California Cider Vinegar, (casks and kegs). Dried ApplesPeachesI'tc,
California Table Raisins Assorted Nuts, Assorted Table and J'le I'ruiu, Jams and Jellies
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON, 1885 CATCH, (Bbls. snd half bbls.)
CALIFORNIA FRESH FRUIT AND MJTTKR HY EVERY STEAMER,
AVhioh nro oflTarod nt Xiowpst Market Rnton for Orsi
SOLE AGENTS TOR
Scamntel Packing Co., E. J, Ilowen's Seeds, Lynde & Hough,
tiTirV. irAlt.TMT? TTATVTi KJt.W.TC ..,
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tST Goods delivered (o any part of the city free of
anteed.
No. 9s Fort Street,
POST OFFlfX BOX No. 415.
It. E. McINTTEE &' BRO.
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed!
Kant Cornor ITort
New goods received by every packet
fornia Produce ov every steamer, All orders
I it of tils tltti rAA ff filmvsiA Island
any )'" w V ! mIVW J VIIMIt
omce uox jno. 145 j Telephone Mo, 92.
YOURT
FISHEi.
25 per cent to purcliHiers of clothing,
J. tut
important,
msr pbiob.
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In part of
ilx.
A .. ),! 7?r7W ., i,AJJ,UUJOJil,
charge. Island Orders solicited and satisfaction
Honolulu, Oaliu, II, I.
Tl.LKPHONE No. l-
unci ICIiik Htrt.
from the Lustern Mates arm Europe. Freih Call
faithfully attended to, and Goods delivere
orders solicltsd. aallslactlon guaranteed, 11
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