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MONDAY, DKC. 15, 1881.
Stmr Planter from Km ml
Kebt Hob Jtuy from Koolnu
Schr 3Intiii()knwnl from Knolau
Schr Ehukal from Wnlalua
Schr Kuplolanl from Wnlanao
H S Mariposa for San Fiauelseo
.Stmr Llkcllko for Ktiluilnl
Schr Manuokawnl for ICoolnn
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stiur Klnau for AVludward Ports
Htmr I'luntcr for Knunl
Hchr Ilulcakala for l'opeckeo
Schr Ehukal for Wnlaluu
Schr Kuplolanl for 'Wnlanao
Schr Itob Hoy for Koolnu
Uktuc Kltap for Port Tow nsend
VESSELS III PORT.
Bgtnc Oonsuclo, Coulns
Hgtne Clans Spreekels, Diew
Bk O O Whltinorc, Calhoun
llktno Kitsap, Robinson
llktno KUkltat, Cutler,
Bgtno Discovery, Fcrrlmau
From San Francisco, per Discovery,
Deo 13 J AMcMullcn, wlfo anil child,
Miss Clark, L'npt Nisen and wlfo, J O
Klein, J Gipcn. A Iro, A 31 Olson, P
ICcllev, .1 O'Cniiucll, O Anderson. J C
Byrlek. J Ohrlstnlncn, .r Hose, W J
Mott, T Parker, P Murphy, T Carlson.
Prom Kauai, per Planter, Deo 14 A
Drcler, Mrs A S llnrtwcll, Miss Dixon,
Dr J K Smith.
For San FrancNeo. per Mariposa,
Dec. 15 Mrs E 0 Bond & 2 children,
GWVon Hovonbcrg, AVH Holmes &
wife, 1) H Graham, U Ilartlctt, .T Cuplcr
and wife, H Sutton. Mrs L 0 Kclley &
2 children. T H Poster, Miss AEDIxon,
Mrs J Sherman, C Stoddard, Mrs T 11
Hobron and sou, DrTallofcrro, II Luce,
.1 A Buck and son, Ch Gcrtz, Miss M
Gert.. .1 S Make, A Krapp. E C Win
ston, T IJcku, .1 Burke, J Heed, II M
Hay ward, AV Fcnncll nnd wife, .T Singer,
M Anderson, 0 01en. X Hart. JAV
Arnold, G Mnxcnor, G Beaunilstcr w lfe
and 3 children, .1 Edgar, 11 Binning, AV
H ICinan wife and child, J Jorgenson.
The bktno Discovery, Capt Pcrrimau,
arrived on Saturday, Hi days from San
Francisco. She Is consigned to Hack
fold & Co, and Is docked at the P M S S
Stmr Planter biought 1,759 bags of
paddy, 30 bags of lice, 200 goatskins
and 15 hides.
Tho schrs Malolo and Anna arrived at
Ililo on the 4th lust.
Schr Munuokawal brought 370 bags
, Stmr Iwalanl balls on AVeduesday next
for Hamakua at -1 r m.
Tho Kllkltat was docked this morning.
Schr Hob Hoy brought 310 bags of
Schr Ehukal brought 055 bags of
Schr Kaplolanl brought 305 bags of
Tho Hazaid will sail for San Francisco
some time in January.
Tho Pepcekca Mill Is to begin grind
lug to-day. The llrst sugar from that
mill this season will arrive by tho schr
Halcakala on her next trip. Mr C Afong
will return to Honolulu by tho samo
Tho Marlpoa took 25,178 bags of
Migar, 1,230 bags of rice, 3,510 bunches
of bananas, -150 bdls of sugar cane, 700
dry hides, 8 bales of goat skins and 183
bdls of green hides. Total domestic
value 1I8,C50 li).
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
few nioro silver gifts left at
tioii at Fishel's.
of all descrip
for your silver
Black and colored Jersey waists,
silk mixed, only 8j.00 at Fishel's.
Mu. Varndley's singing class will
meet on Thursday evening of this
week instead of Tuesday.
Mil. Adams' tells in an advci tise
ment of .something grand in t'uo way
of Christmas auctions.
Thi: S. S. City of Sydney is duo
on Sunday next from tho Colonies
en route for San Francisco.
Tin: bark C. O. AVhitmore will bo
hauled up on tho Marino Railway
when she has discharged cargo.
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Don't forget Mr. E. 1'. Adam's
first Christmas sale to-morrow even
ing, at his sales-room, commencing
at 7 o'clock.
Postmasteu General Whitney
nearly got run over at tho steamer
wharf this noon. Ho saved himself
by showing a little agility.
Tin: tug Pelo is out of order again
ns usual. Now about tho new tug
the Legislature appropriated a sum of
money for? Echo answers, as usual,
Tins morniug Mr. Lucas formally
handed over tho new building in tho
Government yard to the Govern
ment. It is a most substantial and
thoroughly finished structuro withlu
and without, and an ornament to
A Youxa Imlf wlilto man v?lio
arrived from Mnluikona last wcel
statuls six feet fivo incites high.
AVoiulcr how the weather is up near
tho regions of his head.
Musically inclined Knla, who
deprived John Kca of the use of his
Stradavarins violin by purloining it,
had lite caso brought up this morning,
and was further remanded.
Mu. A. ' Kraft, the well-known
jeweller and optician, lias removed
his place of business, next to AVatcr
houso's stoic, wliero he will bo pleas
ed to see all his old customers, and
.. .i .i.- -
Tun S.K. Mariposa after leaving
her dock got stuck in the mud, and
it was a quarter before one o'clock
before she got away. The freight
list is good, but she docs not carry
Mcssns. llisiiop & Co. request that
in future all accounts against them,
whether owed by thorn personally,
or as trustees, guardians, executors
or agents, be presented at the end
of each month.
Tin: largest shippers, of sugar by
the Mariposa were: Irwin & Co.,
11,123 bags; Schacfer & Co., fi,
G9j bags; Brewer & Co., -1,107
bags; Crinbaum & Co., 2,517 bags;
Davics & Co., 1,721 bags.
Capt. John II. Brown, agent of
r tho Board of Health, wishes that
persons would not take their dead
horses out into the harbor and leave
them there. A notification to him
would be properly attended to, and
prevent tho horrid smells which
proceed from that vicinity with a
south wind. '
A Chiiistmas dinner is a very im
portant item. Of course tho piece
de resistance will be a turkoy. S.
J. Levey & Co. will have for sale a
quantity of choice turkeys, ready
dressed, on ice, to arrive by tho
Alameda, Dec. 22nd. By the same
steamer they will also receive a largo
and varied stock of choice grocoties
and Xmas goods.
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Tine lumber for the new quaran
tine ground lias been ordered to-day.
The first tiling done will be to erect
a strong fence round tlje lot, which
contains nbout three acres. A place
will also be erected for diseased ani
mals, and when they arc shot they
will bo properly buried. The prompt
action in this matter is very com
mendable. Lr.TTr.ns have been received from
four different Portuguese on the
Naalehu Plantation, Hawaii, com
plaining that tho manager puts dilll
cultics in the way of their ordering
goods from Honolulu, so as to com
pel them to buy from his store. Ilo
refuses to issue plantation orders,
and when tho laborers do manage to
got anything from Honolulu, ho im
poses a sort of duty. Surely this is
Tin: mail for America and Europe
by the Stmr. Mariposa to-day was
unusually heavy, and comprised
G,30f) letters and 1,913 papers and
packages, many of which came from
tho other Islands. This morning
over 2, COO letters and papors weic
posted at the ofllec, many of them
being left without stamps, sonic
people seeming to think it tho duty
of the Post Ofilco to affix their
stamps. In other countries, the
custom is for the writer to nlllx the
necessary stamp himself on his
AVihle a crew of the Myrtle Boat
Club were out in their boat "Red,
"White & Blue," yesterday afternoon,
they came across three sharks feed
ing on dead horses near the Spar
Buoy. One of them was about fifteen
feet long, and just as this monster
was going to swallow a large piece
of meat, Fred. AVundenbcrg struck
him witlt a harpoon near tho fin,
driving tho weapon into him nearly
up to the handle. The bruto let tho
meat go ami started off, but had not
got far when unfortunately the ropo
broke, and ho was free. It was
hardly possible for him to livo long.
There arc too- many sharks in the
harbor, attracted by dead horses.
Tho latter ought to be taken further
out to sea.
Tin:' opening of tho new skating
rink on Saturday night was a success
in every respect. There wore four
dozen pairs of skates on the floor,
and over loO peoplo present. Skates
wcro in so great a demand, that as
soon as anyono took them off they
wcro given to another. The floor is
perfect and the skates rtro good.
Several natives, who wcro nover on
skates before and seeing how easy it
was to maiKcttvro, were very anxious
to try, and they did. Ono of llicin,
a man not weighing lcs3 than 200
lbs., having strapped on liis skates
was assisted to tho floor. Ilo stood
erect and smiled, and then biff,
batigl lie sat down and took them
off. Such ludicrous actions of the
beginners and the unmerciful bumps
they received afforded much laughter
for the- spectators. Mr. AVall ex
pects two dozen pairs of skates by
the Alameda, and then ho will bo
belter prepared to supply the
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening, at 7:30. Tho
following is the programme :
Overture Tauercdl Kosslnl
Medley Scotch Melodies Oassncr
AValtz My Queen Cooto
Selection Patience Sullivan
Medley Christy Mlnsti els Hlvlero
Lancers Variety, (new) Cooto
Oalop Stonnblrd, (now) Faust
Malanal! Hawaii Ponol.
A rather grand entertainment was
given on Saturday evening, by Mr.
A. P Fernandez, clerk in Messrs.
Halls' store, at his new house on
King street. It was ji luau embrac
ing in its hospitable grasp a house
warming and a christening. Among
thoso present were Their Majostics
tho King and Queen, attended by
tho Hon. Chambcilain nnd suite, His
Ex. C. T. Gulick and wife, the Rev.
Mr. Cruzan, Prof. Alexander, Mr.
AV. AV. Hall, Mr. AValtcr Hill and
wife, Mr. AV. R. Castle, Dr. Brodic,
V. S., and wife, Mr. Nowlcin, Leg
islative Scrgcant-at-Arms, and many
other ladies and gentlemen.
A bnnd of guitar players on the
front verandah played delightful
melodies during the cvouing, which
passed away very pleasantly. About
eight o'clock the company was in
vited to tlic parlor, where the Rev.
Mr. Cruzan solemnly performed tho
ceremony of christening upon two of
the host's children. Tho elder one,
n girl of six, was named Eva Ade
laide Kaacokalani, and the youngor,
an infant boy, Edwin Lemuel Kane.
Shortly after that ceremony tho
company filed out upon the right
verandah, where a superb collation
was served. AVhcn the feasters began
to lag in their efforts to do justice to
the varied dainties, His Majesty roso
and announced that he had been re
quested to name the house, nnd that
he had fixed upon the term, " Lau
ohiolii" (a gathering of leaves.)
Cooling refections were served at
later intervals, and at ten o'clock n
spell of dancing began. Mr. August
Fernandez, father of the host, super
intended the preparation and service
of the feast and refreshments of the
evening, with veteran skill.
The house so auspiciously opened
is in every respect designed as a
comfortable and elegant home. It
seems to be in all departments con
venient, substantial, simple, suitable
and tasteful. It was built fav the
owner by Messrs. Bertclmann &
Mr. Alexander Young, Manager
of tho Honolulu Iron AVorks, hns a
birthday which comes round once n
year as regularly as clockwork, on
December 13th. Consequently,
Saturday was the appointed day for
this year, hut, as lie has had quite a
number, Mr. Young did not noticu
it in an unusual manner. His
employees, however, who hold him
in high esteem decided that they
would notice it, so hired two of
Dodd's busses and Bcrgcr's stiing
band, and witli an assoited collection
of refreshments proceeded to his
residence, nnd thoroughly surprised
tho manager and his family. After
congratulations, music and dancing
followed, and a thoroughly enjoy
able evening was spent, tho party
breaking up a little before twelvo
II. T. IIKWIAUU
Would Inform his friends and the pub.
lie that ho has opened a
Store nt No. 7V Kin uti-cot,
for tho sale of
Hay and all kinds of Grain,
where ho would bo pleated to see them
when In ncod of anything In his lino.
tSTItemcinbcr tho No., 77 King st.
89a lm Telephone 238
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer "Alameda," his hew nnd
elegant stock of Cluistmas goods,
all of which aro now ready for
inspection and sale. Among tho
numerous and varied stock, are,
scrap books, in (rent variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very fine,
bill books, purses, girls' work boxes,
very choice, flower baskets, clothes
baskets, a now line of brackets,
whisk broomholdci'8, doll carriages,
picture cord, picture wire, hand
bells, tracing wheels, both single
and double, individual castors, cake
baskets, card receivers, child'n sets
of knife, fork and spoon, vases,
brush sets, and celluloid sets, trans
parent window pictures, velvet
frames, a few elegant fancy cabinet
frames, bouquet stands, gift cups and
saucers, mubtachc cups and saucers,
tin toys, iron stoves to cook in, little
jockeys, mechanical warsman, toy
lumber mill, a fine now lino of
pocket knives, and an especial Hue
of ladies pocket knives, also scissors,
and an elegant assortment of Christ
mas cards, that must bo seen to bo
appreciated at his store opposite
E. O. Hall & Son, on Fort street.
For Head stones or Monuments go
to T. J. Naglc, corner Queen & Ala
kca street. EST Read his circulars.
in the world.
Somk people wonder how wo can
do work so much cheaper than
others in our line. The reason is
wo liavo low rent and do our own
work. King Bros., Cornice and
Picture Framo Makers. 890 3t
Tun Temple of Fashion, 01 and 03
Fort street, informs the general
public that the' will not give their
toys and holiday good3 away as
advertised by other retail dealers to
catch trade, but will guarantee that
their stock of toys, etc., will bo sold
at bed-rock prices. All they ask is
to inspect their stock and learn
prices. 880 lm.
Tin: reason that Lycan & Co. sell
frames and cornices cheaper than
any other house in Honolulu is that
their frame maker can make better
frames in half the time that is
required by an inexperienced man.
Tun undersigned havo opened an
employment ofilco on Meek street
next to the Chinese newspaper
office, where persons wanting Cooks,
Waiters, Gardeners or Laborers will
find it to their advantage to give
them a call. Chinese interpreting
also attended to on reasonable terms.
887 2w HO FON & LEE PAT.
Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums
Toy Hooks, etc., go to
OAT, JR., & CO.
And talk CASH and you will probably
get them ns cheap,
TIT NOT OIIEAJPiaii
Than at gomo of tho stores where they
advertise to givo goods away.
DON'T FORGET ! DON'T FORGET I
J. M. OAT, JR., & CO.
888 25 MERCHANT STREET. tf
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1$ ldingLots for Sale.
SKVERAE building lots for falo or
rent at Kapalnma, near tho Nluhc.
luwal bridge, on the Ewa sldo of tho
hino fending to Austin's estate. Eay
terms. Apply to AV. C. ACIII,
L-iw olllco of W. It. Castle. 837 tf
A GOOD CHANCE.
llcHlnurnut I'or Hale.
WELL furnished, good location, do
ing good business. Leimc has 0
years to run at alow rental. Tho owner
is compelled to leavo the Kingdom on
account of ill.health. Apply to
.INO. A. PALMEK,
88') 2w Heal Estate Agent.
A THOROUGH GOOD SADDLE
Horse, has nn cay gait, and Is also
one of tho bent bullock horses on the Islands-
or I will e.vchango him for a good
harness horse. Cash price $175. war
ranted in every respect. Apply United
Carriage Co's olllce, next E. O. HallV,
King street. 880 lw
iU l'alama, near Hcforinatory
School, a comfortable cottnge,
'surrounded with shade trees.
Easy terms to a good tenant. Apply to
On tho picmlscs, or .1. E. AViseman, 27
Merchant hi,, Honolulu. 888
At Falama, near Hcforinatory
'School, n new and commodious
icottagc. hultamc for a family.
Has nover been occupied. Easy terms
to a good tenant.
On tho premises, or J. E. Wiseman, 27
Merchant st., Honolulu. 888
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care.
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
" TEMPLE OF
01 and 03 Fort Strict, opposite
Lycan & Co's lei Announcement.
Having disposed of all our old stock at auction, avc arc
NOW OFFERING- AN
Entirely New Stock of Holiflay Goods,
of every description, lower than any other house in Hono
lulu. All the goods that avc have now on hand
were selected in person by our Mr. "V.
Gr. Wood, in San Francisco,
for the Xmas trade,
and comprise a complete assortment of everything to bo
found in any first-class Music, Toy, or
Fancy C4oods Store.
LYCAN & CO,
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1881.
Largo Invoices of Geo 1b (of all descriptions) having been received by me, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of Goods can bo purchased elsewhere In Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AN1) SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Bolts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddlo Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, Spars and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plates.
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmanship
and material remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the generous patronage of the past, its contlnuanco and increase lu
tho future is rcspccttully solicited at the old stand.
880 3m Corner of Fort nnd King strocts, Honolulu, n. I.
LEWIS & CO.,
Havo received ex Mariposa,
Swiss Cheese. Gala. Crapes 6c Pears,
Pino C'ala Apples, Dried Figs, Smyrna Figa, AVild Hare, on ice;
Dried Cherries, French Prunes, Gala Fresh Roll Butter,
Pickled Roll Uulter, Clbols Extract lidcf, j pints Chulnoy,
Eastern Oysters, in tin and shell ; Fresh Cala Salmon, on Ice,
Celery, Cauliflower, Spiced Lambs' Tongues, in small jars;
Llbhy, McNeill & Llbby's canvas covered dried Beef,
Gcrmca for breakfast, Capo Cod Cranlerrle?,
And ti full lino of Fi-cnIi Staple Groceries.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. P.O. Hon 207. (70S
J. F. BROWN,
Sprehl attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Records searched, and plans showing
titles carefully prepired.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Hlock, Fort St.
Families nnd others In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same lu quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con
F. 1$. OA.rJL
At Pacific Navigation Co.V
801 Queen street.
the New Hank Building.
S3 OOHIV Ac CO.
105 eill 107 Fort Street.
The Corner Harness Store 1
to the Front !
JNO. A. PALMER,
Collector, Ileal Kniae,
Gciicriil lliiHincHN Agent.
Oflko In Campbell's New Block,
815 tf Room No. 7, Up-Stnlrs.
A FEW CHOICE BUILDING LOTS,
also Resldcnco property on tho
Plains at a bargain.
For Kent Several well furnished
rooms, In prlvato families gool loca
tion. Pleasant rooms for two gentle
men, with privilege of keeping 2 Tiorseg
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Morchant St
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.