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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 23, 1882.
SATL'slTtAV, lh-cn,Jr 23, 12.
lirniXEM eitrtm lr aniniafc 1 l.iriii;j tlifl
week. un.Ur review, au.l pMieral iitl--W -f i-m
mercial biattcr wa rcty n-fn-sliius- T!ie t.niiig
Cl.ru t ma auction on HatimUv nielli Ia.it. re
largely j-atr'niufil, aiitl iu.niv u i.lunliful. Tin r.j
wan u evident ! -termination on tli j art t J-ur-cKa.r
to have what tbry vtantrd. and in tin r
apct tLe gentfrmcn who wkM " th liamnu r"
were only willing to obli.r. Trivate sal.aiiian
hare been equally accorumtxlating. The prtvious
large stock were materially increa-d by the ar
rival it the O. 8. S. Suez on Sunday last, qaii-kly
followed by the brig Couutk. The "positively
hut " auction ale are announced for to-uight, but
we " wonld not 1 surprised " to ee one or two
more neat week.
.' Ai stated lait week there were lar-e st.xrk-i of Lo
' BieHtiJ rrlue ready for c.ort by the Mail
Steamer, but tran!e to ay she had only loo ton.-
pace, which u filled np with rice. Fortunately
there w ft Urge amount of disengaged tonnage in
harbor and quick dispatch with full freights is the
order of the day. The receipts of Domestic Pro
da. for the week are reported as follows : Kigah
6.035 pkgs ; Eke IWi bag ; Moliu 12 bids.
The S.B.Suez dispatched yesterday afternoon
.km. bv Messrs. VT. W. Irwin A Co., took
" j- X ' - .r
awar 1300 tons of Island prodnce, 12 t
which were nsrar. and the 1alance, rice, bananas
and anJrics. The veel under dispatch are the
D. C. Murray, Discovery, J. D. Spret kels and Con
Tl, Vl;!.;iat arrived on Thursday with a
foil cargo of lumber. The Caibariin from San
Francisco U off the harbor as we o to press, and
t,m P M. H. H. Citr of Sydney, is looked for to
morrow. The Lady Laiapson is espectcd to arrive
some time next week. The F. S. Thompson
it ,.-.1 an.l Tomire sailed, the first two for the
u. -r.,1 t.A lt-i.niftl for San Francisco, from
ovrjuii uu -
Kahului during the present week.
By the laat advices from the Coast, Hawaiian
- ... r . 1 .
erooerr rradea u quoted as iolli : ro. l, m Kegs
INTi): No. 1, in bags, S'i(u.9; No. 2. in bags, 801
84; No. 3, in bags, G7', and Hawaiian rice, 5
23'c H lb.
The incoming mail w expected to bring some im-
nortant new concerning our Treaty.
Tb receipU at the Custom House for the week
have been large, and -with anticipated imports
tmninir week, there w ill be a very fair
UUItUg " O - '
showing for the month of December.
The Stock Quotations, carefully revised will be
The Uth share of the James Makec, was with
drawn until Saturday next, the 30th instant.
I"r"iu Kclinltii. rx.-r KiU'u a linn. I-c 1V Mrs I'aima-
ortli. Nlaa Yoniitf. C r'iiw-rr. O Krtwarda, J limry. J
Ifc.Un. Mr (.iBrf. M W Mt t l. snry. XV I' A lircwer, Mra
an.l alls f'orbfa aL.J aU.ut lin k
Krufij Maul an.l Hawaii. r I.lkrliki-. !. 1T-W I.I.I-
pat. li (V.ltm. . I r. tU. V Md'lHin, ' Afoiii. C T.-nf.'.
A Voioiir. II lan. f li ll. I I. n. I' lull A wlfr, A lira. Ii
W Hrn-r. hoVj. c i K uiirr-lrt, W r ilm.u. M J
S-., T I' Tibial. II. .ii . V I'iIiihi, i Kalai. A K lil-
lillan. Air-. J .N'. Airs J K MVtgbt :t chiMrrii. 1. Von-
t-IH-ky. J T 1'rrrvLuin. n. l llanaikf. K 1' i".aM-lu. r
." I'uiiu. J Br.vm. W I .l.!iti.tn.
Inf:i Kahului. 1 -r Kilaiifa II. n. Ir-LuI.-r J1 PS
Makt-t-. A la. ky. A Jtrkn-n. Mr Sh-al-y, j'-'t:
AI.lI.-r au'l if-.
Iri iii San Fran. .-. l-r ti-; IT Kin,:sl-y
Ola.l-totie A- it it-. M 1 hllllLK. Mrs M .Mst'ioa ilanl.lr.
JUL ir(iuir-. V H ll..lu.-a, J W (iirvin. Mra V ll.iru
er 2 rhil.lren. Sl.lut-v V" .-uiilh. II I Walk. r. ( II ilurti-
rr. Sirs llan-riM. Airs UK Hoard man ctill. JuLn
l:oirdimn, K 1' A.Iama, ii ( 'aiU(ton. ( Uratiaoi, Mrs
! J llurr.rr. Mr Kt-niirjy k. baby, I'.ott Hall.
m KriiiKtlT. (j.u Iirl. i. Ji. LLretty. ilroi. Chas
Sullivan. W Vuisoiigt-r, V Ii -r. W lu .-Lt-Ok'er, H A I ar.
niifau. t Klt-iilori. 11 Ooi.i-t. m, Irirs I'.ea, au.l ii
t hlDre, and tj in the aterra'r-
Kor Franci-.-o. i.tr Zr.ljiuln. Li-c ls-llrs J T
Ja.li;.-. V W Allru. II J 1 v-. A Orii.. lrs A 11 Koil.rs
au.l cl ..iv!,t-r. .1 Iml.l'iU II :lnlii..i.l au.t wife. I. A
I Imr-t. . W II Tr.i:.leii aiU iilr. M rs L I t. M t-
Anntr ..-lii.-i.l-r. I I' .luri l v. t;eTu'r- '. ar.li, 1 Uul.l-
l"-ip. J Ariilit-iiu. I! Turner,! li.irl-a Jamra, V Mr-reUitb,
XV fl. khaiu. Jl rs C A Williau.fr. J Harlt-v.
Kor !. l.-kai au.l Maul, r Lrbua. ln-c Is Mrs M
King. J XV liati.lsoD. XV J Kan.-v. It Howie. 1' T Thorn
ton an J about 2.'. tl.- k.
For Kahului. j . r Kilau. a lloii. 1h-c IS J lk.lau.
J llaii.ilu.n, Mrs I'airuxn. rtli. Miss tc Master (Oles,
J liar(liiiau..Xlis Yuuuk. tiislj K Uoar.liuan ii ebil.l, '1
Jinx" aiuplx-11, Mr J XX Kalua. (i XX Colin-. Miss A
I larke. XV J. lavls.J I. Smitli. KlUfriley i lal.-t.iue ic
wife, T ?afferey. au.l alxiut 4.1 . k.
'r Kauai, ocr ( I: LikIk -i. i IS Mrs ln k.ii.
SelioltzA' Jan; l.o :. Mos Ilarl. tlrs XV II Ki.-e i ehil.lieii
ami niiitv. U Uil.i.x. (1 N vV il.ox. .i l;:t?..u, .! uo.
k. Master i:.l:'ers, li Mrsul.n k. 1 .- Inui.lt anJ al'.it
:a Ue k.
Kor Maul and Hawaii. 14-r Ivkaiaiil. lec IK 11 Mewart.
W 1 A Urewer, Abmee, Alan.lia. J ."-ass, J XV l.irvlu au.l
alxmt o0 .!e k.
Fur Maui au.l Hawaii, rer l.ik.-ltke. Iee 19 His Kx J U
iHiiuiuis II K 11 rTiin-ess l.ilii.oknlai.i. Her Ex Ciovel ness
Ki kanilke. Mrs J K liusli, )ir, J W Ka-eua, Mrs V 11
XMI.n. Atis M nMeldoii, J Jlrow Ii. M i-s J'.aMWIli, 11 u
Aiotiu.lt Cauiptuu, UaviJ Jl- M.xes iv. ki. XV lloru. r.
ile and J children. I a)t llavlr-y. K iMimi, ir T 1' Tl-
lu'.-. II A llecn. r XV (ilade. U il. ,.xl ..iiH.s r. Turtoii
X II Holmes, li 11 X i.la and iil'e. II leann. II Cornwell
and wife, U K ynnerfley, Mr X'on Tempsky. A G 1. nr. li
ar. tt, '2 Mmses liitchi-oek. '2 MiMseti l(eiit..i. Miss A Ikorlier
Mis kate Hind, Miss W etniore. Si is ? K Maboe, XX J-
Juhuikiii, anil A Gilfllan.
From ian Frarielsco, per Conxntlo. t c 10 A O S.nitli
ud wife. K A XVbiie. J no X ili-ox. A Uouzalez. 1 A It
I.prz, 3 Hawaiian and Hi Cbiuen-.
From Kauai, per Jaiues Makee. lec M Cai't IlhtC.IJ
Mr t'olgan, 4 I l.n.cMe and -ii otbi rs.
' '1'..r Kami Tier .1 u.- M.L . u II,. 0 V W 1 1 . .1 . 1 . . I.
Mi I.ainb, li Cetili r. ld.I about 1 i deck
Kroui I'licet S..ii!i.i. M-r Klikitat. Dee 21 Miss Tinv
For .au Krau.-isi-.. iier hilez. le- 22 Jas XX' XX illiaius
XV F Junes. I ai.t t "urtis. S Curtis. M isa Sba w. XV Smith.
II better. V Atkinsou. I. Ford. M l.loyd. 1H unllffe. U A
J linrke, J N (imlbault. U MKiiiuu.
, j-t r Australia, Dec lri 16 cs brandy 12
iiranily, cs conreetiouery, and ;:i ikj;s
Stock Quotations for the Week.
PavKPtacD bt A.
O. Ellis. Ktoce Vuokfk.
Par. Adkd. I'.id.
Honokaa Bagar Co $2000$ .. $ ..
Kllaoea 8ugar Co. - 1000
loloft Sugar Co 10" 1900
Makee SuKr Co ,)0 - ifl
Owkala Sugar Co - 1
D ilea Saga Co 60U ..
Waihee Sugar Co N
Baikn Sugar Co 5oo 375
Olawalu fugar Co 10" 9 -
Waianae Co - 100
Wairuaualo Vngar Co 1
Owmft Sugar Co. bonds CoO 50O
Eobala Sugar Co
Tt Wailukafugar Co Coo 50 ..
Colon Mill Co 1000
Star Mill Co 500 630 ..
F-ast Maul rianUtion Co 50O 400 375
Orova Ranch riantatiou Co V 25 ..
racinc Sugar Mill 500 850 mm
lit. 1!11 Telephone Co in 0 ..
Hawaiian K- B 5oo SoO ..
Kabolal . K. 500 .. 600
PORT OK KAIIL'LUI, .MAPI, II. I.
Dec. 13 Am bk F 8 TbompHou, from Kahului for De
2H Haw bk Poiuare. frni Kahului fr San Frani'isro
'21 Aiu brig Hazard, from Kahului for Port Town.
For Sau Francisco, per l'oiuare Joen Ripple.
For San Francisco, per I'omare Dec 20254 40 !l
!l'iuit 114 Hides, Spretkels k. Co X alue Domestic flC.
luen by the advent of Iliin who on this day cuine j
into the world and became ns one of tlif-iu.
To llio. hivc early Jay" were pnwed in
homes wl ere I'!. riritmu- came clotlid in fuowy
rohes Iroft-einmed, af.il xrhoK; fts nnd pame
vicic cclcbruli-.l nroiiiul the In-;!i-le3j td crackling
fire tl.:it ni-nlr warm and bright ti e l.oinfHad,
the r.n of our troric Ieceinbc-r tun phinc
frtrangclj w:irni. lint, after all, docs it tmt reeiu
re in keci-in with the ceneral rejyvcinj ttiftt
silent Nature rliuul.I t.e utting on l-r gajert
and briglitci-t r -lu-s, and scattering ovr a re
deemed world her Ircehci-t blofsoins, tl.un that d!1
irr riniiing laiiJ.-cni ef should he bound in the
embrace of Eeemiiig death ? Aul us e see our
children thtjio merrily beneath the !lade ol
dtljr budJmj trees, upon the rich greensward
who would wish that they had less ol Ireeaoni.or
that their swiltly flvin hours of perfect joy
should be rci-u ictcd to one short winter day?
I.-t us old lolkn ri-l. over the i.lcisant mem-
o: n-sol OIJ and Ne K. inland h holid is.hut when
we ne our "i jiidchihlicii enjoxin t thi-ir ut
most bent the mellow C'hrisimas evening of this
temt-erate clime, let on not damt'cn any ol their
yuuihliil ardor by long tales of the Tartly better
tiuu-s that ne enjoyed when young. XX hen. In
traveling, the luture years shall bring to those
light-hearted little one new surprises at Christ
mas in the Country of their well loved parents
gone before, they will !e able then to tell ot
Christinas in the balmy air ot old Hawaii, of
romps iiencalii the spreading palm? ol aencaie
lestixms of hniant mailt, makifiii lieautitul tlieir
ruiuiner home; of iloiiuus picnics' in the shailoxxy
woods, thick wiih a thousand forms ol ferns nod
trailing vines, and vuritd shapes of mossy rocks
on which the feast was spread; of hatha in the
bright hosom ol Mill King poold ; of cool, sou
couches in the gnarled roots ol some huge tree,
o'er whore ivvi.-ird trunk glides the lithe lizard
chameleon hut-d. while the shifting light played
in the foliau of the dark green arches ovcihead.
Then can they ti ll how Santa Clauscame Mealing
in with the olt raxsoT the declining moon, more
like Oberon than the shaggy Frost King, nnd
bore within the to:ds ol i he light gossamer that
v lapped him lound. the recious gifts, whose real
jiresencc in the eaily morning ligbt conCrmed
them in their sweet belief that 'twas indeed the
patron saint of Christinas that their sleepy vision
saw, and not a phantom born of the gentle waving
of the Gimy net spread around their bed.
The Chrisiiuas Carols of our early home xve
hear re-echoed Irom the churches hid beneath our
rummer shades. The "Merry Christmas greet
ing of our friends Bounds ns sweetly on the balmy
air of this, our Island home, as when it was
uttered in the crisp sharp air of winter. And
here, as elsewhere, Chrit is our Saviour. To
us this day He was born, and from the East the
bi igltt star of lethleliem sends its rays, and angel
songs to this far distant people bring the glad
tidings, " Christ is born." To our patrons and
readers, one and all, a JUerry Christinas:
jXT 'S X 1-1 S3.
! From the Cedar li.tii.ls lutily JirpaUir,i ,i we
: learn that our enterprising townsman. Mr. J. T.
XXaterhotise, haj alxiut conr.lNil a thn t'ri
bin .litis in that city. He and his architect. Mr.
.Mullaly. have piven Cedar Rspids another evi
dence if their push and enterprise.
Hi.; Majesty Kins Kalakana has eitonJtd an m-xit-tion
to the Inlj-e lo ProRres de l'Oceanie,
t.f wliu-li lodiro His Majesty is a member,
the .;.-..iiisn I.lge Xo. 21, and to all visit-lii-;
l.ie;!:ren ,.f Koo, tandin?. to attend a
ban.inet to 1-e iven at Iolani l'alace, on St.
Johns lay, the 27th instant. The Masonic
hietlii i. ill assemble at their respective lodges on
in. day evening, when the ceremony ol instal
lati.d will 1 proceeded with according" to ancient
custom. Woishipful Brother Howe has U-eu re
elected Worthipful Master of the Hawaiian Lodije
for the ensuing year, and Brother F. J. Higgins is
the Worshipful Master elect for Lodge le ProgTs.
After the ceremonies, all the invited brethren will
assemble at the Lode le Progres, and from theice
proceed in a bodv to the residence of Brother
Kalakana. Invitations have lieon extended tn the
following brethren, all of w horn have accepted
.MEJiBEiis of Lodge Le Pboores ib L'Oceasie
F. J. Iligcins, W.M.: J. A. Snear. S.W.: M. V.
Thompson, J.W. ; David Daxton, Orator; F.
Marcos, Secretary; P. Opferghelt, Treasurer; T.
H. Rein, Deputy to the Supreme Council in
France; P. O. Sullivan. S.D.: William B. Daw.
J.D.; A. Fernandez. J.G.: X. Clifford. Tvler;
Members, V. An Id. Vim. Buckle. E. D. ( raue.
Jamea Dodd, J. O. Dominis, E. B. Friel. Y. O.
Irwin, T. H. Lucas, J. M. Oat, jun.. Ism. R.
Patten. J. S. Walker, J. R. Wilder, C. B. Williams,
Wni. B. Wright. S. Xolan. O. Ballantine. H. (1
Crabbe, D. McDonald, D. McMillan, L. Olsen. J.
t. l.uIi, ll. McLean. LB. Peterson. Mrxui ks
of Hawahax Loixif. Xo. 21. F. & A.M. Ueoive
L. Howe. W.M.; Robert Moore, S.W.: J. M. Mon
sarrat, J.W.; D. K. Fvfe. Secretary : L. Way.
Treasurer : Ben. Whitney, Tyler ; Members E. P.
Auania, J. u. Uruns, wn., J. 11. Bovd. A. S. Cleg
horn, H. English, W. Ureigg, O. Gray, Chas- T.
Gulick, J, H. Harrison, M. llvman, J. A. II assi ti
ger, P.M., W. L. Ilopiier. C. Hammer, W. Johnsvn,
G. II. Luce, M. Lonisson. Rev. II. Mackintosh.
P.M., R. McKibhin, H. J. Xolte, W. C. Parke. J.
H. Patx-, T. C. Pot ter, S.D.. S. Roth. T. Soreuon,
J. S. Smithies, F. A. Schacfer, A. N. Tripp. S.
Taylor, T. Tannatt, G- West, W. L. Wilcox, tJeo.
XXiUiams, P.M., G. C. White, W. H. Corn well.
P.M., A. Fernandez, P.M.. E. C. Fishbonrne. Sam
Parker, L. Marchant, II. Mclntyre. E. R. Undcr-
woki, captain Hates, X isnixo Ukethrex. J. A,
Crnzan, It. J. Green. R. G. Wisrnall. Robert Gra
ham, A. M. Mellis, C. J. Fishel. T. H. Norton. M
llagan, XV. White, I.onis Toussaint. E. M. Xoid-
licrg, J. C. Hatdie, Henry Macintosh, P.M., J. A
Jiccanaiess, it. j. Agnew, E. hestler, E. A. Hart,
H. H. ltrry, Captain Fries. H. Simpson. L. J
lA;vey, J. Browu, P.M., W C. Wilder. E. Tucker.
C. H. Eldridge, P.M., II. S. Scott, Rollin M. Dag
gett, G. XV . Jenks, F. H, Macey, F. Terrell, C. N
Wingate, E. R. Hendry, R. Hale, Geo. Smitli.
CHRISTMAS AT THE
There xvas a highly interesting collection
of young Chinese folks along with a con
course of foreign visitors assembled at the
Chinese Church yesterday exeulng. On
this occasion Professor Frank W. Damon
delix'ered his maiden discourse in the Chi
nese language. This gentleman has made
remarkable progress in the acquisition of
.1 " .1 ..a i . . I . . C ...
IIIItTll. mis lite in -Mi uiincuiL u an liiiiyiuineM.
wEi.cu on the i.tth instaut. to tue wife of Mr James Chinese cbolars cf European race are ex
" .. 1 . . . . . . m . - - . . . a
ceeuingly rare, but Professor Damon by
if everyone would begin and fight the demon at
nome, and among those under your control, lie
thought much could be done.
Dr. Hyde made a motion that a netition lie
drawn up and presented to His Excellency the
Minister of the Interior, asking that all linnor
sal.K.ns 1 closed at 10 p.m. His Honor the Chief
Justice, naid the law stated the time during which
the saloons were allowed to be open, and it would
be impossible to limit the time now. Mr. Hvde
withdrew his motion.
Rev. Dr. Damon thought tliat if snnie li.lcn ar
less of those who are inferested iu the temperance
cause would go themselves and see the nights
spoken, and then enter a complaint against th
saloon-keepers for common nuisance, it would do
nincn to break up the saloons.
A few remarks were made bv Mrs. A. F. Cooke
and Mrs. J. G. Dickson.
The chairman then addressed a few words of
encouragement to those who had been in the habit
of using liouor. but who were now strutrlimr
against the habit ; he thought, while we were in
terested in the welfare of our Hawaiian brothers.
that we must still help them to stand fast.
The meeting was closed bv all staudiug, and
singing Xo. 227 of Gospel Hvmns.
The Honolulu A. D. Club-
AJT. .rjC5??.; ETEI TO li. R. II-
4 KllH KIXIKOI.AM ar berel.y reoueated to
make 1 in meat ate parrueutof rrub or other drhu to tba
nnJer.gnel at U. li. U. reiJeuce. Kapalama. Oabu.
, . K. XX". -MI.YEK.
UtiJ 4t Agent for U. It. U. Kulh Kei likolani.
Licenses Erpirinr' in January, 1883.
In re Jams William Armitage, deceaie..
I.I. f.lS4M HAVING AXV CLAIMS
r at;atnt lh lUt of the abov nirutMiiiKl ilww"l.
re requnte,l loaeii.l III tUo am a.l.lreMsl trt IIA.N.NAH
AliMl r All K.. tlio X.I iii-tt atria of Ilia ala Ut,dulf
aulbeuluate. I-. ' -i. ue llrltiab t ouaul to tua undir
aijjueJ on i t.. ll.e Mb ilay of February, other
row tbry will uot Iw ree.juizeu.
1 ( iiiiia M cv.a... vm.
S.J Ui tor for tlia A.tujinlalralria.
Aurklan.t. Mb, lsrtX 1J3 1
XX'eli b, a kou.
ME I.LI -I At I'urtlaiitl. Oregon. December Ctb, liev.
Ir. Mar i-ns Millis, aed 73, fatber of A.M. Melha, of
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
ru.c 16 Sbr Ka Mol. from Lannaboeboe. Hawaii, with
111 hffi anffar
i-tmr Kilanea lion, gears, from Kahului, Maui,
witb 5.X bass an ear
etmr R Uiahop, Cameron, from Kauai, with
Jt.-Lr XVallel. frooa Ualiko, Maul, with 10-3 bgs
S.-hr r.ruma. from Olowalo. with t?0 bags augar
H.-hr I ilama. from liana. Maul
17 Stmr Likelike. Kintr. from Maul and Uawaii.
with a-.l jirn auirar.
17 S. hr Kanikaaouli, froiu Honokaa, Hawaii, witb
lluo bacra auRar
rW-br Kaala. from XX aianae, fHibu
skr K 1 ii ii m froni Kinahulo. .Xlani
jg Scbr Vlalolo, from l'aukaa, Hawaii, with 5".l
bai angar ...
1 Hchr title Morria. from Awalua, Laiiai
Stmr Mokolil. Mctirpor, from Koolan. talu
21 cbr rrlnce, from Jfawiliw'U. Kauai
S. hr ilarioD. from Keekoibaele, Hawaii
Hcbr Nettla Merrill, from Labaina, Maul
52 Atmr XX'aimanalo, Nelaon. from XX'aimanalo, with
SOO b(t sugar, 8 bbla molaaara and 10 bides
JSchr Kaluua, from Stone Quarry, XX'alaiuoualo
IT ) S 3 Pnec. DodJ, 7 days and 14 hours, from Pau
P U S S Anxtralia, Tullob, 17 days from Sydney
m brig- Conaaelo. Howartl. 14 dayx froiu Si r
211 Htrur Janiea Makee, McDonald, from Kanal
8'br Uen'l 8 i gel, from Koolau, Oabu. witb 4.S
bags pa.ldy. ami 130 ba's riee
pebr J.xphlne, from Ewa. Ualm, with Ljsjs
paddy , .
31 Am bktne KUkiUt, Cutler, 21 l'uset SouU.1
De is s-br I.lbolibo. for Koua and Kan. Hawaii
Hrbr Kekaulnobi. for lianalel. Kauai
Hi-br Manuokawai, for iawiliwili. Kauai
17 StmrXVaimanalo.Selmin. for XVaiuiaualo. Koo
19 Stmr C R bishop. Cameron, for Kauai
Stmr Lebua. l.rzeuaon. for Molokal aud Maul
Stmr Kilaoea Hou, tears, for Kabnlui. Mani
Stmr Iwalanl, Uates, for Kahului, Maui
Mebr r hukai. for XValalua Oahu
fU br XV allele, for Maliko. Maul
. br Kaala. for Koolau. t)al.u
Hrbr Kaluua. for XX'aimaualu. Oabn
rk-br Jennv. for Nswiliwlli. Kauai
Srbr I'llama. for llaoalel. Kauai
iastiur Ijkelike. Ktnt. for Maul and Hawaii
Srbr Hal. do. for Hakalan. Hawaii
frhr Jerny. for Nawiliwill. Kauai
S. br I Uauia, for lianalel
20 -br F.fnma, for Wslanse rnl Waislua.dahii
r-chr Kauikeaoull. for Uouokas. Hawaii
S,-br Josephine, for Ewa
Jt Mtiur James Makee. McIimalJ. for Kauai
j-j S hr Nettie Merrill, for I-abaina. Mnul
f br I'rlnce. for Nawiliwill and Koloa. Kauai
rk-hr tien'l SigeL for Koolau, labu
rKbr Marion, for Kokuibaeld, Hawaii
.-r M B An-itralls. Tiillorli, for San rram-Iseo
t ui rijr N.tb Star. Mreboue. f..r S 1 ran. i-o
23 o t" w Ann. ltbt. for Sau I ranowo
kiikki::n t Kt DKR Im im.ut.
Am i-chr "l-oa Hi.re.-kel. Cousno
Am hlp Ib.pe. urtia
H aw pVbr .Mnlto.
Aui bktne. IliM-ovry. Terrimau
Am bKtne J l SpreekeU. Fries
Am l- Murray. Manon
jas bri( oue.. Howard
Vr.Ml Etarrirs irmtm K-rris-
p H MR City of -diiey fr.ni .'an i tine..-... I
1' M H 4 City of New Yrk. Jau 11
Am bk faibarten. from Sau t ran.i
Ani bk Kore yueeu. from I'ort .a...Ll
Au bk Amy '1 urne.-. f rm lioatou. Jao I"--
Br an Ambaaadr. from Newcastle.
Iler bk t.' li I'.iahop. from Ureinen
Er bk Vllock. from Liven'
lir bk Ieh I -". frjn Xewcantie. N 8 XX-
Br bk Lad; Lampaon, from n I'raut-iiu-o
. DECEMBER 23. 182
SHIPPING MIT KM.
A to ia.tanr of wbat can be done by Jn.ll. i..iw
tnaaageniecl. we pJint witb pleasure to the .li-ebarKiiix.
Joadluir. and l.a-h of lb O . fun l.oo t n ..f
Iniporut dtcliarv;ed in Roo.1 order, and 1.1 t-Mi of ear.
takra la in fur and a half daya.
The np ba found a Dorcbaaer iu Nm.m Ij-vi m and
Cook. Term private.
Tba N Into is being fitted out fur fiabin piirKo
Tno Claos Npreekels will be dupat. hrd f..r C. .juinjl o
tna nrat week Id January.
Tbsttmr Mailraa la snxionaly looked f. r l.y boiurwar.l
M F.MORA M1.
Report of RMS Australia. Tullob. Cnmander
Clmrnl r-ydney Heeds. Urtb November at 4 p tn. In a
ttowth-eaateriy gale, witb a beavy aea. wbleb lasted f..r
two days, tbeoee . North Cape el-erlein t.l moderate
variable winds and rlondy weather aud on tl.e New
Zealand Coaat dena fK makinff tt nerrimary to jr.K-.e.l
ead alow for soma bourn. Arrived at A uckland at l
a OA. Sta December and left at p m aaiue day. Kxi-ri-tiifal
Tarlakle wind and fine weather to the autoan
lalaari' wblrb wrre paaed on 9tb Heeember. Cimm-J
Ina Laaxor on l.nli Xieceraber. and on tbe following
day niei with atmnrf N'ortb-eaterly ain.U and high
aea wblcb iaated to within a few hours of Honolulu
Sighted Aaha. l'tb December, at 2..4 p m. and received
.Honolulu pilot on board at 6 p tu. fbe brings 5 pa.-H-n-gers
and 'li to transit.
frotu Molokal and Mani, per I-hua Iitf 15 lli-i F.x T.
J'eeatoa. TII levies. Mrs Urwlett. J X HariJ.on. i II
Luce, Jr. J M Kaneakna and Hi derk
, 1 from Kaoai. per C It Hlbop. Isv lit H !pem.er. Mr
Olade. r Moors and daurhter.XX" RU'llcox. i' A t. baefer
J O ilavaWdea. J Kalatna. wife and danLter, II Mrtu
kack, V VU.-oi. sad alxut .tt deck.
We have t-dy to tueet our readers witb
a time-honoretl greeting and wish tbem "a
merrj' Christmas." Once more the day is
at hand on xx-Iiinh all Christendom com
memorates the great mj-stery of the Incar
nation. Most appropriately is it ex'ery
xxhere made a lay of great rejoicing, the
croxvning feslix'al of the 3'ear. Young and
old alike look forward to the Christinas
season as one xvliieh should be of all others
the" merry "one. We trust that this coming
Christmas xxill prox-e to be so to all our
readers, and particularly so to all the young
folks of these Islands, in xvhoin we are to
find the future readers of the Advertiser.
Whilst our social observance of Christmas
Pay is appropriately one of pure rejoicing,
it is neverthelesH inijxissible to forget the
deep lessons of Divine Ixxe that are taught
ns l.y the ex-t-nt xvhich xve thus celebrate.
Though xve gix'e up such a day as this to
merriment and fe-stivity, life is, for all of
us xvbo have fully entered tijxni it, full of
cure ami anxiety; full of error aud the vexa
tion of spirit which is error's reward; full of
thought for the morrow and of trouble for
the day. The balm for nil these carkjng
things comes to us' through that ''Sun of
Righteousness" which arose "with healing
in his xvings;" through that Christ xvhose
birth at Bethlehem gave us our Christmas
Day. And this is no less true of all things
that ail us as a community, than it is of
our individual troubles. Iu the reli''iii of
! Christ is the cure for all that there may be
t mourn over in tbe condition or conduct
of our community. All human si-hemes
and nod rums, hoxx ex er sincerely taken up
and hoxvever earnestly applied, are ure to
i fail, but tbe true religion of Christ, xvber
j ever it spreads, carries in its train purity of
! thought, chastity of "conduct, temH-raii(v
j in all thing, and that neighborly lox'e
xvbieli i- tbe true f mil of tbe love of Cl.ri-t
j :tnd the Miteiit regenerator of all society,
j It is not reproach and harsh remonstrance,
' not Draconian laws and their sharp exeeii
: lion, that xxill cure the evil or unruly ways
j of any part of our community. Hut tbe
! love of llilil xvhose a.helit Uiol earth e
are so soon to com iih morale will constrain
j nil men, who are faithfully brought under
' its iutlueiice, to lead righteous and Lec.imiiig
i lives. This is the thought that ought to
iM-eupy the minds of the elders and leaders
of the eople at this Clnistmas season. We
aru about to commemorate the adx-ent of
Him who came to seek and save them that
are lost, and for all that is lost and degraded
in humanity, for all that is iin an nnd un
comely iu ourselves or in others, there ia no
other "way to salvation." To all those
xv ho have of late been talking so much of
national sins and national curses xve com
mend this Christmas thought. Whilst they
sit at the feast and are happy amid their
fam.lies aud friends on Christmas Day. let
them not forget that feast xvhich Christ has
set for all, or that He has bid us to " yo into
the highxvays and hedges" and compel those
xvbo should be His guests to come in.
zeal and devotion to the study of the lan
guage, promises to be rare among the rare
ones. Chinamen present on this occasion
expressed their astonishment at Mr. Da
mon's knowledge of their language ac
quired iu so short a period. And, looking
at the concourse of interesting, intelligent-
looking, well-dressed young Chinese folks
assembled, all could readily appreciate the
inducements for the zeal of Prof. Damon.
This Chinese School and Church that has
sprung up so recently and rapidly, is an
obiect of the bichest public interest. The
King, who was present yart of the time,
is manifestly impressed with this fact,
His Majesty was much interested in the ex
ercises and evidences of progress made by
his young Chinese subjects. The Minister
of Foreign Affairs, xvho feels a deep interest
in this excellent institution, was also pres
ent. Such ft one offers a happy solution, enut-ss among his sailors tbao before, and he
for difficult problems in respect to con
Minutes of Temparance Meeting held in
the Vestry of Fort Street Church,
December .9, Ijs.
Meeting called to order at 7.30 p.m.
Mr. A. Pratt in the chair.
The Chairman stated that it woild be well to
elect it secretary for the evening, the name cf H.
Johnson xvas proposed, nnd be xvas elected
All joined in singing xo. 18 of t e Gospel
The Chairman called ou Itev. Dr. Damon for
Miss JJreeze, the city missionary, then ad
dressed the meeting. She said that before the
Liquor Law came into effect she could walk the
whole length nf Nunanu Street on a Saturday
night, and not see or hear any signs of dmnk
enness among the Hawaiians, now the streets
are full of drunken natives, and now she finds it
safer to take the middle of the street, rather
than be jostled off the side-walk by drunken
people ; she had seen the saloons full of drunken
natives, as a soe thought the free use of liquor
here would act as it h&s among the Australians
and other Polynesian races, atxd would iu a few
years wipe out the small remnant ol this race.
She thought we ought all to show oar colors, and
fight this awful ilnmon.
The Chairman next culled iu the musical
committee, who sung a beautiful quartette.
Dr. Emerson next addressed the meeting. He
thought that during the last four years he had
seen more drunkenness among the natives than
he had ever seen before, and it was not because
he was thrown among them more than he used
to be, he saw and heard evidences of the use of
liquor on exery side, he thought that Honolulu
was to the Islands wbat London is to England
or Paris to France, aud what Honolulu is, the
whole Islands will be in time ; he knew Hawai
ians xvho used to abstain from liquor who now use
it, and seem to think it manly, he felt that the
law was a curse to the race. -
Mr. Frank Cooke was called on to slate his
observations along tbe wharves aud among the
shipping. He said be found much more drunk-
fllct of races which trouble the minds of
some pessimist statesmen, out jiis aiajesty
and his Minister see only the assurances of
harmonious relations betxveen races regard
ed through old prejudices as having only
anti-pathetic and antagonistic viexx-s. Prof.
Damon is establishing a very numerous
and happy race family, and is contributing
largely to the happy assimilation of diverse
races to the domain of King Kalakaua.
One of the nexv features of this Chinese
religious and educational institution is the
establishment of a school for (he education
of young Chinese females. Femaleedueation
among European races has been generally
opposed and is only receiving a partial con
sideration, but in Asiatic countries female
education has never been thought of, or has
been regarded as a folly and almost an im
piety: hence, to undertake the education of
Chinese girls is a new departure of the most
significant interest. Let this purpose take
hold of the Chinese mind, and they consent-
to have their girls as xvell educated as their
boys, aad the idea awakens to (he mind (tie
-most marvellous and beneticeut results f()V
the human race.
May God prosper Prof. Damon's purpose
f Chinese female education, noxv for the
liist time initiated iu this country under the
supeiintendence ol M i -s rayson us Princi
lutl Assisted bv M is t 'i-i; li.
There xvas a beautiful Christmas-tree, and
a delightful lot of presents tor the happy
young Chinese folks on this occasion.
The cliilJren'd lioliJay lias come ng.iin. c
cay the "cMI Jren'e holiday,' for ol all the d.iyc
pet apart each year f.r rejoicing, and keeping
alive the remembrance ol great events in the
world's hii'tory, there in not one in which the
children are bj largely interested as Chrittmits.
From the time when the angels eang, " Peace on
e.irth, good-will towards men," down through all
the ajes, the birthd ij of our bav lour liiis hec-ii
looked forward to hy those whout Jer-ui drew to
his rule, nnd of mIhmu He mid, "Of each t the
Kingdom of Heaven," with an eaerncsc nt nn
tteipRlioti not wholly horn ol the hope ol thru
receiving gif'f, tut Mith borne idea of the rieh
promise and hoje held out to tbem und to all
TlIK slll.j- et of cable Ciiiiiiiii::c;ilion xvith
the rest of the world is, perhaps, considered
in abeyance, but xve cannot I rui-t that it is
one of tin nios im i-ort.-iiit i.Ti ! i. us in t he
xvav ol material Haxvaiian pmgr. At this
time, Captain Audley Conle, :i jvntletnan
x'ery ph-asaut y and fax-orahly Known to
ninny people in the Islands, is noxx' moving
in the matter ot laying a racific cable. 'Ibis
gentleman is connected xvith a wealthy
vudic:itc, and has taken part iu the con-
l ruction of railroads in Au.-Iraliu. He and
his associates, are anxious to secure for
Australia cable communication xvil h A nier
ica and Europe by lines not so liable to in
terference by xvarlikc events and otherxvise,
as those lines via Suez and Alexandria, and
also via Peisian, Turkish and Russian ter
ritory. Captain Coote and his associates
are anxious to l:iy a line of cable via Nexv
Zealand, Fiji and the Haxvaiian Islands to
San Fiancico, so that no European coin
plications would interfere xvith the Aus
tralian Colonies and xvith Polynesian States
in obtaining regular knowledge of events
happening at the other end of the world.
The Government iu times past have been
corresponding xvith Mr. Cyrus Field and
other influential parties engaged iu ocean
tel.graphy, but so far no step has been
taken iu the way of initiating an enterprise
to connect these Islands xvith the Continent,
lut the propositions of Captain Coote and
his associates indicate a prospect of imme
diate enterprise, and xve judge that the
Goxeriiinent are fully alive to the import
ance of carrying out telegraphic communi
cation betxveen this kingdom and the rest
of the xvorhl, and xxill give prompt and
earnest attention to the proposals of Cap
tain Coote and his associates.
Hoxvever, our Government must be fib
servant of the progress of science, and since
xve see that it xvas recently discussed before
a scientific body of Dundee, Scotland, the
feasibility of transmitting electric messages
through bodies of xvater without conducting
metallic liu-s, bui by means of powerful
batteries with receiving metallic discs or
surfaces proportioned to distances, it will
be xvell to study carefully all that is pre
sented in connection with the highly im
portant enterprise of telegraphic communi
cation with the outside world.
knows that money is spent for uqnor that
ousht to f;o to provide for the families of these
men, the xvives now come to him for help where
as formerly they did not, he pays off his men
ou Saturday aud he feels assured all the money
they get goes to liquor shops, he would like if
possible to pa' off some other. day if he could,
he thought it would make some difference with
the amount spent by the men for liquor.
Mr. Theo. II. Davies was called ou by the
Chairman, but he declined to make any remarks
as he h:id only just returned from a long abseuce,
aud had not seen enough of the. workings of he
law as yet.
) jllr. C. M. Cooke said that in their business
the liquor law had made a very marked differ
ence, they use to be ablo and xvilling to trust Ha
waiiiius for laro amounts, and Ihey always
found them good pay, now they d not care to do
so, for thej;tind the natives do not pay as they
Mr Macey stated that ho found the liquor lav
hal worked asiiinst his business, and liothTJiiht
that with a determined Committee from the. Y.
M. C. A. to go right into the saloons and fight
this awful cursi the thing could bo crushed out
iu a short xvhile,
, '"Chief Justice Judd was called on by the Chair
man, he said he thought it was a step backward,
and a great mistake when this liquor law was
jiusried. He read some i tiacts from the diary of
Dr. J. P. Judd within some fifty years ago, show
ing what a firm stand the Government of that
day took against the sale of liquors, he said he
xva in the company of Mr. F. Cooke hist Satur
day night, and the sights he saw in some of the
saloons he hoped he may never see again.
The reports he hears fr m the other islands
are fax-orable, and during his late visit to La
baina, he saw very little drunkenness ; his hope
is that licenses may not be granted for the other
islands. Ife read some sections of tbe Liquor
Law, and thought that with this law it was mneh
easier to obtain convictions for those selling
liquor than it use to be, aud he knew that much
less liquor is shipped to the other islands than
there used to be owing to this very reason.
Mr. Theo. H. Davies made some very txrcihle
remarks ; he said that during a recent trip id his
among the plantations on Hawaii, he found th.it
the planters only hope lay in licenses not hehi
granted in their districts ; they were ivady in
case I ictuses were to be granted to huv them
t!n.-ins-lves, so as to be able to conti ! tiu-m, his
i fear was that hy ouly allowing liceus. in Huiio
I lnln.it xvonld tend to draxv all th.- u.ili ws to
Honolulu, leaving the other Islands Portu
guese and Chinamen, and he felt there would be
but one end if this free liquor law is coniiuued
in, and that is the destruction of the native
Mr. Cassidy said he knew of men who advocated
this laxv being passed, who now cried out against
it. as they said they could not find their workmen
when they wanted them. He felt assured that if
iiieiiiliera'of the Young Men's Christian Association
took this matter in hand, they could do muph to
break up the liquor saloons, and he for one was
ready to take ludd.
Thu Musical Committee was now galled on.
Thev sung a vtrv pathetic temperance Bong, en
titled " Out iu the Cold."
The Secretary was called on to to make a few
statements. He presented a few statistics from
the records of the Police Court, during the time
from the 18th July, 1832, to October 1. There
were sixty-two arrests for drunkenness, aud from
the first of Octotier to the 18th of December there
were two hundred and four arrests. During
Oetoler alone there were sixty-three arrests, dur
ing November ninety-eight, and for the eight days
of Decemlier forty-three, showing a decided in
crease each month. From October 1, 1881, to
December 1, the total numlier of arrests were ouly
Dr. J. M. AVhitnevmade a few remarks, and re
quested the Secretarv to read a number of letters
which he had received from the other Islands to
show him how the law was working there. With the
exception of the Kona district, they all reported
favorably, their liope lay in licenses not being
granted for the other Inlands.
Some verv interesting remarks were made by
a young man, Stephen L. Desha, belonging to the
Kawaiahao Y. M. C. A., shewing some of the awful
effect of the use of liouor among the Hawaiian
that had come under ijis ouservauoii, aim jm'uib u (
statements were blood curdling. !
William Sea, another member of the ' Kauniaka-
pili Y.M.C.A., also addressed the meeting ; he I
thought we must begin with the head of families,
The Amateur Dramatic Club repeated on Mon
day eveing their performance of The Silent Pro
tector and " 1 rial bv Jurv. On this occasion
they generously gave their services for the benefit
of the Honolulu Athletic Association. That Asso
ciation having built a gymnasium (by the volun
tary sutseriptions of its mem tiers) still remaiued
in need of some pecuniary assistance towards the
furnishing of its building, aud the public generally
ought to feci indebted to the A. D. Club for their
public spirit in coming to the aid of this useful
institution. As miht have Ik-cu exv-ected from
the success of the Hist representation, the Music
nan was wen niled on .Monday night in spite ol
the showery nature of the weather. Although the
weather did not deter many from attending who
had the intention to lie present, it naturally
affected those w ho had to take the leading parts in
ttie ifperetta lit t rial by Jiiry, none ol w horn,
with the exception ot the irrepressible Usher, were
in as giMsl voice as they were last wivk, which in this
climate (so trying to the voice) was unovi.idable.
the performance of this amusing piece, and of the
still more amusing comedietta which preceded it.
went oil splendidly. The public of llciiolinr. arc
deeply in the debt of this spirited st-cietv for the
entertainments they from time to time provide.
ihe quahtj- or such public entertainments us pro
fessional companies ceasiiiially provide us with
is never np to the standard of these amateur ir
formauces, and ia generally too lur lielow it to
satisfy the cultured portion of the community.
Under such circumstances it is uio-,1 fortuii ite for
Honolulu that wc have here amali iirs so a.eoin
plished and so good natured as the ui.'iiiIh-is of li.e
Amateur Dramatic Club ; and saxing this xic feel
sure that we echo the sentiments of all w ho are in
the habit of witnessing their perforiiia;:cc. On
Monday night a change xvas made iu the musical
part of the programme. The overture xvas the
the Quintette Voyage en Chine, by ll.izui ; and
inxteud of Mr. Yarndlcy's solo on the violin, a
pleasing quintette, the " Dause des Lutina" (the
Hobgoblins' dance), was given.
An inqut-.st was held on Thursday ufternoou
u the Insane Asylum, on the Inidy of Charles
Dins, a former inmate of the institution, by the
Coroner, David Dayton, and six jurymen. Tho
deceased was found iu his sleeping apartment by
the keeper, at G a.m. ou the iUth lust., hanging
by the neck and perfectly stin. A few days pre
viously, deceased had been plu. ed iu it stroug
room, where there was some canvas. Prom this
he tnude a rope, with xxhich he hung himself.
Dr. Ilagun, sworn, stated I am the ph3'sieiau
of the Insane Asylum. The deceased was com
mitted to the Asylum on the iiGth July, 1881.
He was violently insane, though he had lucid
spells ; he would talk incoherently night aud
day. Constantly swearing against some sup
posed enemy. Occasionally he had suicidal
tendencies. He also had homicidal tendencies.
He was kept under strict xvatch, ou that account,
by my orders. He was about 45 years of age.
I did uot think that he would commit suicide,
as be was not dis osed to give sufficient thought
to any one subject to develop his plans. He
was iu a room with barred windows
and a xvoodtn shutter, on, the night be
committed suicide, the liHh instant. I am per
fectly satisfied that there xvas no foul play. A
man loses consciousness in one minute, and
would stop breathing iu two minutes after he
had suspended himself by the neck. 1 am satis
fied that he committed suicide.
Hy a juror I iusttueted the guard to watch
him at all possible times.
Mr. Wright, the resident superintendent of
the Asylum, and the beepers who were on watch
on the night the deed was committed, gave
evidenc as to the finding of the bony. I In
jurors nnd Coroner inspected 'w room occupied
by the deceased, and at ewaiiH returned n ver
diet that Charles Dius died hy hauling, aud that
he committed the ded i-v his own hand. The
body was interred immediately nfler Ihe inquest
I rnell, Kin tt Honolulu
1 J XX Robertson, Merchant st
3 Fook Sing, Nod aim st
3 Lam XV al Kee, Nuuuu st
3 Sam'l Nowlein. HuUrl st "
3 I Matin. Kalihi it
4 Swung Yin Sing a Co. Nuoaiiu tt -
5 Sun XV o Chong Co. Hotel st
0 Sam niuj co, Nuuanu at "
8 Lewera i'ooke. fort at
10 Houolulu Iron Worka Co. Queen t "
lu Hif giua & Js-tt, King at "
10 Ab frck. Nuuanu at "
11 late Uutmr Plant Co, Laie Koolaulo
17 aonjf Moon. Nuuanu t Houolulu
17 Kistler A Smith. Uotel at "
ft) Akana, Kulat-a Kolauiuko
2-i T J Uwtuitn, cor King an.l Knuauu st, Honolulu
T J Moasman, Nuuauu st "
XI A B Krr, Uotel at "
24 Couches & Ahung. Fott at
24 Sing Chong Co, Hotel at
27 Manuel De Quadras, Kiug at
25 Tin Bow Yuen. Hotel at
2S Anee, King at -
It lull Mm
1 Batchelor, Xiluku
2 J W liirviu,
10 Chili Hop. 1'aia. bauiakuapoko
10 Ab Kau. gpreckrU, Makawao
16 Chas Dwigbt. l'okoo. Molokal
1C Ah . heouK, llonokohau. I.abaiua
21 i. AkMim. I.aiku
-'I biurf aii, Wailiik.1
'J A-.-, fain. ilanikiia1M.L,i
J A liittiK & 4li .in, l.nhnn.a
-M Al. V ailukii
M hik AUu, Aikkawao
Item it UuWullt
7 Ki.l H ii. -liikaiiila, N Kuhala
s fia k i'u A Co, .Xiakapula. N Kobala
IJ i Ana. 1'a.ula. Kau
l J XX .-t runtai'e, llouukaa, tlaiiiakua
1 1 K W.i Yueu, llouimui, liilo
l'. tin (jiu. euiialma,
ti II llolu.i'M. aiio. Ilau. hkiut
-'i C .Mi-nit i k-, moli. ii . I.un
Kl ..il li iimuI.
1 A. 1.11. K. 1...
1 AHll, llMll)H-l
3 XX . lutp K-r. ilatiKjM'i i Koloa
17 Cliliuy l-'au. ilaimltl
1J Kwong Lnu, hilmia
Si ii S i'mkliaiu. IV..I,,,.
-7 Aii.iau. h : .. .i,w..iliiii-.
V It i.lr
1 il E AU-lut)!-.- & l-.in, i i r l oft ami Kiiu: Houolulu
o i uk.ii I eeu Cii, I oil nt "
4 Kwou;- Yin mii k Co, Niiubuu at "
4 Kalbibi-ana k Kaiho. u ailing. Oahu
9 hikoo!utiM, l auaela. liaUawbO
4 U II I.m e, Jr. Koua, Oahu
St Youiitf' Niug.
2 H Vieira. Cei hive f aloon
2C, Ab t'hoiiK
V iriMo lilt a
3 Akim, Kaiui'lie, Kooluupoko
4 Afo, labaina
9 I ou Kau. Makauula. N Kohala
17 L Auana. Kapaau.
li Kwour I.uuk. Kilauea. Haii.ilei
22 Allen k Stai-kpole, Kawaibae
2J AhuuK & Ab Sam, Labaina, Maut
yo -Xiiloiie Uarba. XVailuku
31 Aliuua liana
11 XVunKooKee Uotel at, Houolulu
20 A tut, XVailuku
IB J W Ariultagc, Honokaa. Iiaiuakua
23 8ee Hop k- Co, Kabnlui. Maui
13 Kckabili. N Kohala
31 John U Lewis, Fish Market
20 Alabelo, Honolulu 1cm-23
Forest e is' Isall.
On Wednesday evening, the Grand Anniversary
Ball given by Court Lunalilo A. O. F. No. CC00 was
held at the New Music Hall. The hall was gaily
decorated with llas. evergreens and llowera; em
blems of tbe Order were also exhibited xvith consid
erable tasto. The night was tine, and the tempera
ture pleasantly cool, which greatly enhanced the
pleasures of the ball-room. The attendance was
not particularly larf;c, hut probably this rather
added to the enjoyment of those ho did partici
pate in the festivities of the evening.
, There was ample room for all the quadrille par
ties, and round dances were indulged in without
anv inconvenient crowding. His lajeaty honored
the Foresters with his presence, and he remained
until a htte hour of the evi ning and ou taking his
departure, he expressed himself highly gratified
with the evenings amusements. Ihe programme
contained sixteen dances, to which Mr. lierger suji-
plied hi X'ery best musical selections, lhesnpper,
us is now customary, was held in the spacious room
under the stage. Messrs. Hart Urns., our city pur
vevors. excelled themselves ou this occasion. It
was, without exception, the liest hall supK-r that
has ever lioon spread in Honolulu. To briefly de
scribe this important adjunct toa ball, it was artis
tic, plentiful and good. Tho resjiective committees
performed their duties m a very creditable manner,
and they no doubt felt auiplv rewarded bv the iier-
fect success of 'he entertainment and the th-iiough
appreciation of enjoyment by their guests.
iX O SKCUItlTV KKIS rilKOWXKK
1 cm li? tbnn by ajil ii.f t ihe r. C A PV rii: I'ISKR
0'r'ICK, Hi.il Having Cmi of 111 is Aiivnlia ni.-iii.
F. S. PRATT . CO., Auct'rs.
AT AUCTION !
Hoj.-oi.vlu, 11. I., Dec. 20th, 1832,
X , Laink, Esq., Honolulu, Guneial Agent of
"The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of California: "
Deaii Sie: I desire to acknowledge through you
to the Company you represent the receipt of $2000,
being tho amount of policy issued by them upon the
life of my lnihband, the late Chas T. Dillingham.
Feb. 1st, 1881. In connection I beg to commend
the Company for tlieir liberality, aud to Under my
sincere thanks for their promptness in paying the
claim immediately after filing proofs of death.
Signed SAltAH L. DIL LINGHAM.
fxfcR PARI KKSIIII' KNOWN AS ll.xu
YKK K LE d.iitiii butlutaa aa Fork llul. berat No. ').
Hotel atrret, lu Mouolulu, vt which Lam Tol aud Wong
ClwDI r tbe partner, baa beu thia day diaaolTaU by
luitual conaeut. Ijiiu Tol bavin aolJ oul bit Interaat
therriu to XV ong Cbeonjl. h mill brealtr carry on
tba Uiiuea. under tbe olil nrm name of VI ng Yea KM,
and will collect all aceounia aud pay all dabt of tba lata
firm. HONii ULONtl,
Honolulu. Dec. Ill, laS"! d2B 8t
REAL ESTATE MATTERS
I ll.tt: X I.AKUK COM FOR TAX L.K
TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE
(new) ronUininR IS KOOMH.wllh KITCHEN. COOK HOl'SK,
BATH, ami COACII-llol'SK. rn a M ili ZW I Ml
(in.n-te), at i'V All'il; I Mil. I. Irre and ckae of all
iuruuibram-r, alu adj. lining I II AC It K.S O K
GOOD PASTURE LAND,
2 1-2 ACRES OF GROUND,
im irw lri.i a auibiti hniltiing Thia nirly i
iin-i f..l mi r al . lire ai..l it riui.lrrnl I he moat ttrairablr
tirii eriy ia lb ! n-riu-ii . I ibi-tuliu.b Arlmiu walrr
I uilii'd mi ail ib hj i ly abovr. To aril ou ay trrnti.
I b- a uitf
InwlUnMI'AM' V A I.LK Y . 3 milra fna town, 121 arra
IkimI Irv. l lai..'. and 10 i nra .n Ihe hilt aide. IA I I' It K
i iCr l.l.l.x i .
On Nt CAM' HIIK.T,I biiMnnal dfairabla
nrr tli rir.t lln.lKf. aiar ro X Vi. thraa rooia.an IM A I.I.
VI'll.l-INUH re on ihe .o)-rily. XX ill ai-ll a I one chrap
On J III K1IU.KT. I lie t I.KAtiK OK t'.lflllT
v 10 a its to i-i u ii k ik oitor m.
all in giMid rullivalloii. Milk a M.XV FHAMK 3 OfM
COTTADi: and HAl'.KIAOK HOl'tr. Il.nl of IjuuI $:I0 a
rar. XX HI aril I.KASr, Mild It V I I.I I V U $.7
in roKT hlUKK.r, I hare A U IKlliN I. KtKK
TO SKM,. TIIHKK NKil' (DlTtl-J
(ainall), briiif in a monlbly rrnlal of $"16. Will all Ibr Bia
ou raiy trriua lor $VMm Caih i duu, hula my ia S yra
HOUSES TO RENT.
tuiTihi: r i looms.
XX'iib Slabk, Vaii-r,ric., lu Unit no Willi tUt. f 10 muutb.
t OTI AGIO 01 I I1UKK R003IS,
To K.nl on l llilu Btnel. nrar rrbunl Mrwl, $16 mouth
coTT.it e i li ui.i iMi siiu:i:t
To Hrnt. ruoiweiiceinrnl ot Ihe I'laiea. C'oiilaiua five llooaia
Krnlal, $'20 Mr inouth.
i ulUtiiil hoi sk o tiii: ri.Aixs,
I'vrnty ininuUa Walk Irom town ( I'rrrUnla alnrt). klaia
lii.uan Ten Kniiini large and ramrnrluble. 1 woi;ollaa' ad
jiiiiiii.g. Blalile, Huth llouae, elc. Kpiilal, . rr isoiilb.
AS31U.L n i l A h i: 0 QtH . SlULU
CoiiUiiilug Four Kooma. Itnlal, I H (irr iimmiIIi llalh, elc.
A SUA 1.1. (0TTACK . .YiOMUOMrUl SQIAUK,
llflo .Xlauuakra atret-l. Kriilal, f I O per liluolb. I iirre
Kooma. I have
1 iE1T ton AGE 0 Ml Al AVEM E,
Nrr Firal Hrlilfc , to rcnl ) Mr month, furnilure for
Cult lU-aaonable. Ihiuite tmntaiua Five Huouia.
FIUMTIKE lull SALE AMI IIOISK TO uET
Oo the corner of Alakea and Hotel airefla. KU-gant Foarlwu
Itooui Lodging llojBir. Tbe llouae ia full ol Huonu-r at lb
prmetit lio.r, and ia one of ihe lineal Watluu lu Ihe city,
tteliiiig out on an-ounl of h-aving ll.e lalmU.
1) ESI K ABLE ST0UE l kOIIAI.A
To Lei. The building kuiiwii aa Knhaia Hall, mi Main Hoed
bi-tareru the I'nloii and hlar klilU, furn.eny o-uiled by Mr.
Hie liuiiiling la In gno.1 r -nir an.l the kn-ation
THE LEA I Til IT. LEMPE.NiE
or R. O. Xalli-ral Kalibi, Two Mill froiu Town. I'outaiua
feveu llotiim. Willi Kllrben. (Jiwrb-hiHiae. Itath. Hvrvaui'a
It.Him and I'oulli j Yard) ailuale on 1'wn Artea of Uruun.l
Alan, hiubt Arum if I'atlMir l.aail ai'j lining lu
l.eaae. I have
A U.E IIOMESTEIO
Near the abore iilact lo l-ae. Ainolu Un.uud. 1'taiMiet.
I fha.le Treea and Water.
San Fkaxcisco, November 2'ilh, 1832.
Tho Paeitic Mutual Life Insiiraneo Co. of Califor
nia, San Franciseo:
Gentlemen: We acknowledge receipt of your
cheek for $2000 iu payment of the amount of Poli
cy No. 11,885 upon tho life of Cliag. T. Dillingham
of Honolulu, who was insured by your Company,
Febrnary 1st, 18S1, and xvliotie death occurred Sei
t ember 2Ctli, 1882. Two preiniumif iu amount
$83.72 bad been paid and payment of claim follow
ed immediately after filing proofs of death.
de21 dtf ISijfiiedl WELCH A CO.
Urocaded PliiKlie all Color and Sliailen you will
find at the Honolulu Clothing Emporium of
A. M. Mellih, 101 Fort Street.
To-iay is iiie time for the ladies to feast tlieir
eyes on lieautifu goods just opened at Chas. J.
Fisliel's landing Millinery Store.
CL The largest seleelion of Ladies' Fiehurea
and Collarettes of the latest patternH, are to lie had
at the Honolulu Clothing Emporium of A. M.
Mellih, 104 Fort street. wdec9
H!7 tJents Complete Ihisiuesn Suits, $C.50, at
22 tf Chas. J, Fikhel's PoprxAU Store.
Other Houses and Lands
TO LHASK AND KFLL.
For Further I'artirulara apply la
J- E. WISEMAN,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
7 MEKCIIAMT STUEET, IIOXOI ILI .
lec23 dlmo w4t
BROWN & PHILLIPS.
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
OOIrJ3It.-: 1XVC I XX i
No. 71 King mi.. I, Honolulu, II. I.
IIouso and JSliip Job Worlc
I'ROMPTLY ATTKNIlKli TO.
Bath Tubs,Water Closets & Wash-Bowla
ALWAYS ON II A. Nil
1'articnlar attention ald to tbe filling up of tb
Spi inrrfiehl Gns MaoJiinon !
2V Kit I'l K Ol II
l lllMfl'Hi or I O'
i.c 1 1 ciion. on lb- riii-i-
;s i xi i i t . m -i v h
iNh llli'i: lr killvli: I I'ul
CARPENTER'S SHOP, BUI! BIKG,
tHEDS & MATERIALS, &C,
loiii iTiV ui'ird by I.. XVk.v. l . n., tin- r apUnmiP, uiakai
ofll.elvi.ie.il lt-Kr. II llarkli-id & I'n.,
liter tout kk at i xi.
Tbe lti.Wl.iif In tir iru .iv.d widiin 10 HAVS
d.22 I' . S. I RIT it I'o., ALClJoniers.
1 :l G3if-J
LAST GHfUSTMAS SALE
OF THE SEASON !
imm I'sEFii 1'iiESE.m
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c. &c, Ac. &c,
de2S F. S. PRATT Co. Auctioneer.
I-OT OF THOSE -
O li r-t
eviQv memmej & iLong ifian Qs
Just .Arrived per X). C. Murray,
1ST O "W O 1ST EXHIBITION
Pioneer Furniture Ware-rooiyis.
Parties wishing to secure a GOOD Pi A NO' will
do well to call and examine these Magnificent instruments
before purchasing elsewhere.
THE USUAL LARGE ASSORTMENT
Furniture, Upholstery and Musical Instruments
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
107 1-2 and 111 FQitoefTa street.
Telephone and Night Alarm t No. 7G. Honolulu, ii. L