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MONDAY, DKC. 22, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All lime from noou of to-day, Dec 22.
Sim Sets 5 25.
Similises ". 18 !)i.
Moon Sets 10 8.
lllgli Tlilo (small) 8 0.
High Tldo (large) 20 0.
WIND AND WUATlltlt
Mucoid lrom noon of yrstpidny!
MBl?"B5?5l. Tl.,.mo.uotur Itnl.i.
I 4li I Oil 1i !li I !)li I lSli lltolSh
I irj.so :3.m '."j.wiiitio I ci o (.10 o.o.-
Wind, 8. W. llgliti Sky, vmlntitn; Sea,
Tliernioiuotor Mood ut 5"s yesteidny
Sehr Malolo from ban Fiaiiuteoo la
8 S City of Sydney from Australia
Stmr Klnaii from Windward ports
Stmr Llkcllko from ICaliuIitl
Stmr Planter from ICrtual
Schr Mauuokawnl from Koolau
Sehr Luka for Kukulau
13k 0 O Whitniore, for Port Towincnd
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kiniui for Windward ports
Stmr AV O Hall for Windward port?
Stmr Llkcllko for Kalmlnt
Stmr C 11 JUIsliop for Kauai
Schr ICaiilkcaoiill for
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
Stmr JaiMakccfor Walalna, & Kapau.
llgttio Clans Sprcckelo, forSanFraneIeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilktuc Eureka, Lee
Bktno Kllkltat, Cutler,
Bgtno Discovery, Pcrilman
Ilk Bygdo, Chrlstcnsen
Fiom Australia per S S City of Sydney
Deo 21 Gen Geo A Sheridan, J 1) War
Held and G steerage.
From Hawaii and Maul per Kltiau,
Dee 21 AV J Urodle. h Aseu, Edwin
Hall. G P "Wilder, P II AV lloss, D Guth
rie, C Terefusis, Miss Maria Conway,
M rs Paul .larrctt, Mrs Jll Hall and son,
Mrs Veary and child, Mrs Akaua and
From Hamakua per Iwalani, Dee 20
.TM Ovcrcnd and wife, Miss Massey,
AV intiehard. J Marsden, anil 14 deck.
From Kauai per Planter, Dee 21
Hon AV H llice, wife. 0 children and
servant, Mis F M Simpson, F llludt,
L AV Dower, .T E AVard, Mrs J Itacho &
boh, Hon W O Smith & son, AV 11 Holt,
Miss 11 Naouc, 37 deck & 4 prisoners.
From Kaliulul and way ports, per
Llkellkc, Dec 21 Hon II A AVidciuann,
Mrs Man- Hanaikc, Dr AV B McAllister
and wife, Miss Mary Sllva, TMack, AV
K Bailey, AV T llhoads and wife, A
Wiggins, 11 L Chase. Brother Bertram,
Brother Marx, Mrs Bovaus, Miss Bar
rlngcr, J A More, T Llllie, Akol, wife
and child, E Clark, M Grcenblatt.
The schr ltosarlo, Capt Swift, Milled
from Kaliulul Deo 19 for San Francisco
with 2,100 bags of tmgar weighing 2(51,
447 lbs valued at 1:1.1)24.49, also 83 cans
of Alden bananas. The weather at Ka
liulul Is quite boisterous.
Schr Manuokawal brought G28 bags
The Bk Bygdo was docked this morn
ing. The stmr Lchua is expected this
Stmr C It Bishop will sail to-morrow
on the Planter's route.
Stmr Planter brought 1,340 bags of
sugar. 730 bag of paddy, 31 bags of
rice, 12 hides & 25 bead of cattle; she
lays up the week to renovate the cabin.
Stmr Llkcllko brought 1,173 bags &
489 kegs of sugar. She sails to-morrow
at 4 v m.
The sehr Malolo arrived on Saturday
last from San Francisco via Laupahoe
hoe. Stmr Jas Makee sails to-morrow at 8
A m for AValanac, AValalua and Kauai.
Capt Davis takes command of tho
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Foun prisoners arrived from Niilmu
by tho steamer Planter, yesterday.
N. S. Sachs is selling Ladies' Kid
Gloves, evening shades, best quality
at .10 cts. per pair. 807 8t
For bargains in Holiday Gifts,
call at the popular store of N. S.
Sachs, 101 Fort street. 8973t
Not a single drunk in tho Police
Court this morning. Probably tho
weather has been too cold to drink.
Mb. Chas. Ilasselman's" farewell
concert occurs Friday evening. AVe
hope the gentleman will be rewarded
with a bumper house.
Missus. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s
store will be open from G.30 until 9
o'clock this evening, and Tuesday
and Wednesday cvonings. 809 It
Tub Rt. Kev. Bishop AVillis held
a confirmation scrvico at St. Andrews
Cathedral yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock. Tho candidates numbered
six, all malo adults, and wcro pre
pared by tho Kev. Alex, Mackintosh.
Whim: a family of Portuguese,
who occupy a house at the corner of
Nunaini and Pauoa valley road, were
at church yesterday morning, a
sneak thief entered tho house and
raado off with about $12. Nothing
elso was missing.
Ladles' best Chamois-skin Driving
Glovc3 can bo secured at N. S.
Sachs' for 81 per pair. 897 3t
lb: Miro and attend Mr. Adams'
sale this evening of Japanese vases,
China silk, etc.
Lyons & Levey will sell toys,
holiday goods, etc., at the Hawaiian
Bazar this evening.
Tin: new chapel at St. Louis Col
lege was dedicated tills morning by
the lit. Kev. Bishop Herman.
Woukmkn havo commenced pull
ing down the old building between
the Post Onicc and P. C. A. olilco.
Gi:x. George A. Sheridan arrived
from the Colonies by the City of
Sydney, and is staying at tho Hawa
Mit. I). 1). Baldwin, Inspector
General of ' Schools, returned on
Saturday from a tour of this Island,
looking well and hearty. lie reports
having had a splendid trip.
-. - - i ---, .,
Mn. Mark P. Robinson and Mr.
P. Opfergelt have been presented by
Ills Majesty with the decoration of
Knights Companion of the Royal
Order of Kalakaua, and Capt. Tripp
the decoration of Knight Commander
of tho Royal Order of tho Crown of
The P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
arrived in port last ovening about
half-past seven o'clock, 17 days, 3
hours from Sydney. She had fine
weather until within two days .of
Honolulu. At 10 o'clock sho pro
ceeded on her voyage to San Fran
cisco. In the Police Court this morning,
John Thomas, for violating express
rule No. 2.", was fined $4 and 3
costs. Moke, for assault and bat
tery on a Chinaman, was reprimanded
and discharged. Kaholo, for truancy,
was committed to tho Reformatory
School for one year.
Tun funeral services of the
youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. F.
II. Hayseldcn took placo yesterday
afternoon at tho family residence of
His Ex. AV. M. Gibson, and were
largely attended. Thc Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, of St. Andrews Cathe
dral, conducted the services.
Between Saturday evening and
Monday morning, some thieves broke
into the Beehive saloon on Nuuanu
stroct. The money drawer was
broken open and about $11 in small
change abstracted. One bottle of
liquor was also missing. Entrance
was effected by a window on the
mauka side of the saloon.
Tin: shooting match at the Casino
on Saturday afternoon for turkeys
drew out a good attendance of
sportsmen. Tho distance was 200
yards, and tho bull's eye a life-size
figure of a turkey. Mr. F. J.
Iliggins won 9 turkeys, C. II. AYllson
4, J. II. Fisher and N. Boyle 3 each,
J. T). Arnold and AV. Unger 2 each,
A. G. Ellis, J. Lucas and a China
man 1 each.
The schooner Malolo arrived on
Saturday via Laupaliochoo from San
Francisco. On Friday the 19th inst.,
when in tho channel between Molo
kai and Oahu, about forty miles
from Honolulu, John Raphael, a
seaman on board, and a native of tho
Capo Verde Islands, fell overboard
and was drowned. A very heavy
sea was running and it was impossi
ble to do anything for him. It is
said the drowned man was a very
In Mr. J. E. AViseman's ofilce
window may be seen a set of four
counting house books., They aro
full bound with extra Russia bands,
and consist of casli and day books,
ledger and journal. Tho binding,
ruling and general work which
were done by Mr. A. H. Rascmann,
is beyond anything ever dono in
this city, and equals work from the
States. Every business man should
inspect them. They aro guaranteed
to stand very rough usage.
Tin: special Christmas service at
Fort Street Church last evening drew
out n crowded audience. Tho plat
form and pulpit were beautifully
decorated with llowers. The choir
was largely augmented for the occa
sion, and rendered tho various
numbers in a most excellent manner.
The anthem, "Sing, O Heaven,"
by Bcrtlmld Tours, and O Sing to
God," by Gounod, for ladies' doublo
quartette, was particularly note
worthy. Pastor Crtiznit delivered
an able Christmas address and was
assisted in the services by the Revs.
AV. C. Mcrrilt and A. O. Forbes.
To Mrs. A. F. Judd, who, so kindly
olllciiitcd at the organ, tho greatest
credit is due, her accompaniments
nnd voluntaries being faultless.
No sign of the S. S. Alameda as
wo go to press.
S. J. Levey & Co. will keep their
store open until !) o'clock, this even
ing, and Tuesday and Wednesday,
evenings. By the way, don't forget
tho turkeys on ico coniiiij; for them
on the Alameda.
To-Monnow at 12 o'clock sharp
will bo the sixty-first anniversary of
the birthday of our esteemed citizen,
Dr. John S. McGrew. We congra
tulate him on tho event, and hope
he may be spared to enjoy many
more such occasions.
Messiis. Oatscs' punster was in
rc-Morsc-ful mood this morning. Ho
apparently accepted the harassing of
tho public over the delay of the
Alameda as pun-ishment for the au
dacity of trying to run opposition to
the Bulletin with a blackboard.
An entertainment will be given at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall this evening
commencing at 7:30 i. jr., which
promises to be ti splendid affair.
Tableaux, speaking and singing will
bo the order of the evening, winding
up with ice cream and cake. Come
one, come all. Free.
TintEn natives of Calcutta, India,
arrived by the City of Sydney from
Melbourne. They 'left India about
six months ngo, speak English
slightly, and intend to remain here
for a time and take out a license to
peddle goods they have brought with
A chew of the Myrtle Boat Club
were out in their boat, tho Red,
"White and Blue, yesterday after
noon, when she got into the breakers
and capsized. However, the crew
soon righted her and finally landed
safely. The boat was only slightly
Tin: Christmas Cantata at the
Bethel Union last evening was good.
A sloping stage presented tho faces
of the Sunday School children to the
audience. In rear of the scholars
was stationed the choir beautiful
decorations in ferns and llowers
formed tho frontier line between
performcis and audience. School,
choir and chorus, and individual
singers and reciters, all acted well
their parts. Thcro was no hitch from
beginning to end, even in rather
complex pieces, and not much of
tho stiffness due to stage fright.
Tho pieces, " This is my Redeemer,"
"AVe bring lilies," nnd "Sweetly
peal the chiming bells," calculated
to give dramatic effects, were on tho
whole well acted, said and sung.
The solos, male and female, brought
out some fine voices, and the instru
mental music was all that heart
could desire. Tho Rev. Mr. Oggcl
dolivcrcd a Christmas address, in
which he said ho had more hope for
many of the Sunday School children
than for their parents. An over
flowing audience gave rapt attention
from opening to closo. For the
very successful result achieved in
tliis, a large as well as novel under
taking, Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, who
drilled the children for the occasion,
is entitled to' great credit. Mr.
Marques is deserving of compliment
for his excellent leadership of the
music last evening.
' TO 'THE LADIES!
1? PYAT, the well-known ladles'
. liair-drosscr, of San Francisco,
takes much pleasure in auiiounclu" to
the ladies of this city and vicinity, that
ho Is prepared to do all kinds of halr
work. Combings niadu Into Switches,
Langtry, Coquette, Daisy, Opera, Sara
toga waves, Ac. Ladles' haircut, curled
and shampooed. Hair dressed la latest
styles, viz : Pompadour, Scvlgno, Lang
try, &c &v. 31 Richard St.
II. P. IIEIJIJAHD
Would Inform his friends and thu pub.
Ho that he bus opened a
Store at Xo. 77 KhiR street,
, for tho sale of
Hay and all kinds of Grain,
where ho would bo pleased to eco them
when in need of anything In his line.
Earltomcmljcr I he No., 77 King (ft.
893 lm Telephone 258
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer "Alameda," Ills new nnd
elegant btock of Christmas goods,
all of which aro now ready for
inspection and sale. Among tho
numerous and varied stock, are,
scrap books, in rcttl variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very fine,
bill books, purses, girls' work boxes,
very choke, (lower baskets, clothes
baskets, a iiqv line of brackets,
whisk broomholdcrs, doll carriages,
picture cord, picture wire, hand
bells, tracing wheels, both single
and double, individual castors, cake
baskets, card receivers, child's 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, mustache cups and saucers,
tin toys, iron stoves to cook in, little
jockeys, mechanical wnrsman, toy
lumber mill, a fine new line of
pocket knives, and an especial line
of hulks pocket knives, also scissors,
and an elegant assortment of Christ
mas cards, that must be seen to be
appreciated at his store opposite
E. O. Hall & Son, on Fort street.
Ouu little Art Gallery is always
open to tho public, admission free.
King Bros. 898 3t
No fear of discaso if you cat poi
made from Taro Flour. 808 3t
A raw more silver gifts left at
FishcPs. 891 tf
The Temple of Fashion, CI and G3
Fort street, informs tho general
public that they will not give their
toys and holiday goods away as
advertised by other retail dealers to
catch trade, but will guarantee that
their stock of toys, etc., will be sold
at bed-rock prices. All they ask is
to inspect their stock and learn
prices. 880 lm.
CintiSTHAs goods of all descrip
tion at Fisher's. 891 If
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.
Call for your silver present at
Fishd'u. 80 1 tf
Black and colored Jersey waists,
silk mixed, only $5.00 at Fishel's.
W. C I'EACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock,
211 Xuumiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOU SALE
At the lowest Jilarket Itiiles
Geo Goulct Clinmpagiic, pints & quarts.
Chas Farro " " "
Carlton Frcro " " '
Fine Old California Brandy, In bulk,
Pure Virginia AVliite Itye AVhiskoy,
Budwelscr Lager Beer, pints and quaits
A largo and well selected stock of
&c., &e., &e.,
Always on hund and for sale at prices
that defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
Telcnhono 40. P. O. Box 300.
Heads of Families
AVILL PLEASE BEAK IN MINI)
that we keep on hand a full
& STOVE COAL
Of tho hwt quality, which wo oiler for
yVIioloMilo mid XSi'tnil,
Ordois icspcotfully solicited.
N, K. UKAII.VM . Co.,
No. 3 King Street.
Telephone No 187. 895 lm
Building Lots for Sale.
SKVEUAL building lots for tale or
rent at Knnahinia, near the Nlulie-
luwal bridge, on the Ewu side of tho
lane leading to Austin's estalo. Easy
terms. Applv lo AW C. AOIU,
L'lW olilco of W. K. Castle. S37 tf
MR. W. C.PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, and will be lmppy to attend
to any business entrusted to his care.
TOTS. AID HOLIDAY GOODS
WILL TAKi: l'LACT.
On or about
'TEMPLE OF FASHION." 1
01 and CO Fort Street, opposite the New Bank Building.
fc$. OOBCN e CO.
Lycan & Go's if Aioicoint
Iliivingf disposed of all our old stock at auction, avc arc
-2TOW OFFEKIISTG AJsT
Entirely Now Ste of Holiday Goods,
of every description, lower than any other house in ITono- 1
lulu. All the goods that
''iri K(lri'lrwl m nmsinii hv run1 iXli' v ..At
Ct. Wood, in
and comprise a complete assortment of everything' to ho
found in any first-class Music, Toy, or
Fancy Goods Store.
LYCAN & CO.,
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1881.
jMMk The Corner Harness Store' i
Large invoices of Geo Is (of nil description) having lcuiccclvcd hy me, they
WILI, BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of Goods can be purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction minrauteed. JIv stock consists of all kinds of AMEHICAT,
ENGLISH ANl) SYDNEY MANUFACTUKE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c-, in Nickel and Silver Plates.
The reputation of my HOME-MADE IIAltXESS for superiority of workmanship
and material remains unchallenged during my six years' resldcnco here.
Tlinnkful for tho generous patronage of the past, its continuance and Increase in
the futitio Is rcspccttully solicited at tho old stand.
Havo received ox Mariposa,
Swiss Cheese. Cala. Crapes & Pears,
Kliiu Cala Apples, Dried Flga, Smyrna Fig, Wild Hare, on ico;
Dried Cherries, French Prune?, Cala Frcsli ltoll Butter,
Tickled ltoll Hutter, Clbols' Extract llcef, U pints Chutney, j-,
VticlnK.1 rWctnra It. ,li
...t.aiV.ll U. DILIO, ... ....
Gormen for lue.ikfast, Capo Cod Cranborric?,
And a full lino of FrcHli NUipIi Wioeorics.
Inland Oulers solicited. Telcphooo No. 240. P. O. Uox 2!i7. (702
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
In Honolulu anil vicinity.
lUeords searched, nnd pi ins showing
titles carefully pnpued.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Hlock, FoitSl.
POI S POI-
Fainllle-t and others In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the HCtmu in (pmutitlcs to
suit by le.iving oulcis and con.
IT. . OAT,
At IMolllc Navigation Co.M Uiilldlng,
Queen street. ,a
avc havo now on hand
"J "' " ."3
San Francisco, j?l
for the. Xni.'is tr:iflr . 'l
105 ai 107
Still to the Front !
Comer of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. I.
..111. ...., 4 ..- Nl(. .Jit... .I'M. llt IfcJV, h-V.
M.tit olifill. liVnali fnln CultMrtn r.i tn i iM
Spiced Lambs' Tongues, in small jars; ,t '
& Llbby's canvas covered dried Ueef, , 'j
JftSO. A. PALMER,
Cnlh'i-tor, licnl FhiUo,
(ncncmi ItiiMtncMs Alien 1.
Ofllio In Ciinmboll's New Hlock,
jcooiii no. 7, up-Mairs.
A FEW CHOICE MJILUING LOTS,
also ltcsidcnco pioperly ou'tlm
Plains at a bargain. ,
For Kent Several ivoll furnished
rooniH. In nrtvntn f!iin11ti!t.inn1 Innn. '''J
tlon. Pleasant looms for to gentle.
nion, with privilege of lucplinj2 horses
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and .accurately
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telcphono 172 P. 0. Box 315.
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