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TUESDAY, DEC. 23, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All thno from noon of to-day, Dec. 23.
Sun Set. ft 23.
Sun Kites 0 U5.
Moon SutH 11 00.
HlghTldo (small) 0 00.
High Tldojtliugc) 21 30.
' WINIl AND BATUMI
Itecoitl ltom noon of jesterduy:
At Hen I.uvct. iii""ioi""or j.um,
I 41l I Oil I 221) ll 2h till 1 181l llto lSll
I SU.8. LJ.11.'. I 2'J.VGi30 C3 o oso 0 03
Wind, S. light; Sky, ciy lino; Sen, moder
Stinr Mokolll from Wlmhviud putts
S S Alameda fioin S.m Francisco
Stmr Kltinu for Windward poits
Stmr W G Hull for Wlmhvmil ports
Stmr Llkellko for Knlinlul
Stmr O It Bishop for Kauai
Sclir ICmilkcaonil for
Sclir Manuokaw til for Koolau
Stmr .Tas Makco for Wnlalua & Kapna.
BgtnoClaus Spicckels, fOrSaiiFrancisco
Sclir LIhollho for Nawillw ill '
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mokolll for Windward ports
Sclir Mulolo for llllo
. VESSELS IN PORT..
Iiktno Kmeka, l.co
Hktne Kllkltat, Cutler,
Bgtno Discovery, Pcrrliuan
Uk Bygdo, Cliristenscn
S S Alameda, Moiso
For Walnnae, AValalua per stmr Jas
Makcc, Deo 23 W Larson, Capt J Ross,
Mrs Judge Kaklna and daughter, Mr
Meredith, J V Yeats, Mrs C Patrick &
child, aud about 15 deck.
Per S S Alameda O W Macfar
laue, G Gray Macfarlanc, Mis J U Sut
ton, Miss Emclcc Sutton, Mrs L K llc
lov, Mis J C llubbaid, James Campbell,
wife and 2 children & nurse. Mrs A AY
Scott, Major A S Bender, J D Smith,
Wong Foy, Mrs S True, E A Williams
TN McDowell, Sidney S Smith, WA
Wall, Mrs C J Flshel and 2 children
S Magnlu, J Eddy, Mrs J Eddy, Mrs S
Jtosoiibury, MissB Giccn, Mil Jones,
CEckcc, Louis Ncuakc, Geo F Wells,
Rev It Mackenzie, wife and 3 children,
Miss Ida Seclcy, II Congdon, D Cusaslu
Mrs M lUchtcr, II Euglcseclit, Jules
Tavenlcr. D McKenzic, J S Gicen, Prof
Grccsslcr, and 42 steerage.
S S Alameda sailed Dec 15th at 3 l- m
from San Francisco. Wind, S E, 17th
& 18th, strong gales from S E to S AV
with a rough sea and heavy w esterly
swell. Thciico stiong S AV wind and
head sea, squally weather; lGth, passes
ISt Ship Argo from Glasgow; 10th, pass
ed S S Mailposa and a thtce masted
sclioouer; 20th, passed ono of tho Co.'s
Brigs; 21st, passed a two masted schr;
22ud, passed PMS3 Co.'s Steamer
City of Sydney; anlved Dec 23rd.
Time: 7 days, 0 Injurs.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Honolulu Rifles meet for
drill this evening at 7:30.
Mns. J. B. Sutton, wife of Purser
Sutton, arrived by the Alarafeda.
Lewis & Co. have some fine fat
Jurkoys for sale for iJCmas dinner.
S. J. Levy & Co.'s store will bo
opening until nine o'clock this
We return our thanks to Purser
Sutton of the Alameda for a late flic
Tins evening at 7 o'clock, Mr. E.
P. Adams will soil a fine assortment
of useful articles at his salesroom.
The barkentine W. II. Dimond
left San 'Francisco, December 14th,
for Honolulu with a cargo valued at
Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s
store will bo open from C.30 until 9
o'clock this evening, and Wednes
day evenings. ' 899 4t
The Band concert at Emma
Square was not largely attended last
evening, doubtless owing to so many
Copies of the San Francisco Daily
Alta of December 15th, witli an
account of "Honolulu piraoy,"
were selling for 25 cents a 'copy
when the steamer left.
Messms. E. AV. Purvis and Pi Op-
f crgelt have been appointed Colonels
on His Majesty's staff, and John
Holt, to bo Major on the staff of tho
Governor of Oahu. Next!
. .. .
The usttal Christmas conceit will
be given Thursday afternoon at
Emma Square, by tho Royal Ilawa
. iian and Reformatory School bands..
Bandmaster Bcrger is ananging a fino
progrnmmo for tho occasion.
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Two auction sales took placo last
evening. Mr. Adams had a, full
house at Lis sale of Japancso ware,
Chineso goods, ntc., whilo Lyons &
Levey had also n big crowd at tho
Hawaiian Bazar, disposing of toys,
fancy goodst etc.
Many happy returns of tho day,
The price of sugar has gono down
an eighth of a cent since last advices.
The S. S. Alameda brought a
largo mail for the Post Ofllcc, about
Reah, mark, learn and inwardly
digest Lewis & Co.'s new advertise
ment in to-day's issue.
9 I I III!
Lewis & Co's storo will be open
this evening- and Wednesday even
ing until 9 o'clock.
The regular weekly prayer meet
ing at tho Fort Street Church, will
bo held this evening on account of
to-morrow being Christmas eve.
The Alameda brought a three
year old bay colt', Shenandoah' bred
by Leland Stanford, for Mr. James
Campbell, who bought it of K.J.
Baldwin. The colt is said to be a
The San Francisco Daily Alta
of December 13th says: "Hyman
Bros, will retire from the wholesale
grocery business January 1st, re
taining thereafter an oillec only for
tho transaction of their Island busi
ness." A LETTEii from a missionary in the
South Seas reports a. rumor that the
schooner Kaluna, which brought
Capt. Tripp home after tho wreck of
the Julia, has been wrecked on
Nukunao, or Byron'a Island, tho
same one upon which the Julia came
The evening beforo the S. S. City
of Sydney left Sydney, Edouard
Rcmenyi tho violinist gave his fif
teenth concert in the Colonics, before
a tremendous audience. Ho has had
crowded houses at every appearance.
Mr. Luckstonc's piano playing is also
The S. S. Alameda arrived at half
past ten o'clock, this morning, 7
days C hours from San Franqisco.,
She loft on time, but was detained on
aocount of very stormy weather.
Amongst her passengers wo notice
Col. Geo. AV. Macfailane, Mr. James
Campbell, wife and family, Major
Bender, and Myron II. Jones.
Yestekday's Hawaiian corrects
tho Advertiser's correction by stating
that it was tho shaft of the " main "
roller of Honokaa Mill was broken.
The Ilaicaiian is again corrected
it was the shaft of the "back"
Both wrong. It was the eccentric
got wound round the flywheel, giv
ing the diffusion process a monkey
The San Francisco Daily Alta of.
the 12th says: "In the Polico Court
yesterday morning Judge Lawler
continued tho case of Adolph Spreck-
els, charged with assault to murder
M. II. De Young, uutil the 27th
inst. This was done on motion of
counsel for the prosecution, who
stated that tho complaining witness
was unablo to appear."
Oun Maui correspondent, who was
a passenger by tho Likclikc last
week, writes from Paia, Dec. 19th :
I landed here in quite a " Kona;"
very little freight was taken off, and,
as tho storm is still blowing, wo pro
bably will get little if any freight to
day when tho Likclikc returns from
Hana. No damago to the cane has
been done, but telephone posts aro
Charlie tho Lookout at Diamond
Head and his littlo daughter who live
there all alono have been treated very
coldly by tho late storm. He has
always been a very faithful officer,
and is up at all hours at his post of
duty. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co. have a
Christmas subscription paper at thejr
store, and. will bo glad to havo any
one contribute their raito in apprecia
tion of tho untiring faithfulness of
Charlie the Lookout.
The Y. M. C. A. Hall was crowded
last evening with an audience at
tracted by a programme consisting
of tableaux, speaking, singing, and
last but not least, ice cream and
cake. Thojcntrnnco- to tho hall was
very tastily decorated with colored
lanterns, which had a pretty effect.
Tho tableaux were shown from tho
platform, ti curtain being hung tho
length of tho room. After the pro
grammo was ended, Mr. Santa Claus
made a short speech, and ono end of
the curtain was drawn aside, display
ingaXmas trco loaded with protty
things for tho little ones. Tho even
ing's entertainment was a thorough
Up to twenty minutes beforo nino
o'clock last evening, Mr. Mort Oat
had boon asked -1001 times if the
S. S. Alameda was sighted. He
felt a trifle Mort-ificd, and took an
Oat-h ho would stay at homo next
time a steamer didn't come on time.
It is impossible to drink your
ginger nlo and soda water at this
season of the year without ice, and
remember that tho Honolulu Ice
Works can supply you with tho
finest and cheapest ice in the city. '
You can older any quantity by tele
phone and it will bo delivered to
Tho ceremony of consecrating the
new chapel and school house con
nected with St. Louis College was
performed yeffcrday forenoon. In
addition to the pupils of tho College,
about three handled, there were
many visitors prcs6nt, among whom
were tho French Commissioner and
lady, and Hon. Godfrey Rhodes.
While tho pupils and visitors were
filing in and out of tho building
several suitable selections wcio nicely
played by tho Collego Brass Band,
under the leadership of Mr. Michicls.
Tho ceremony of consecration wa3
performed by; the Bishop of Olba,
assisted by Fathers Lcnore, Sylves
ter, and Clemens, aud was solemn,
Impressive, and extremely interest
ing. Excellent vocal music was fur
nished by the pupils and their
A brief but pointed address by
the Bishop was an interesting feature
of the exercises. He commanccd by
expressing gratitude that all obstacles
had been overcome and tho building
completed. Ho was deeply thankful
to tho devoted Brothers who had
come here to give their services for
the education of Hawaiian youth, to
the King and Legislature of tho
country for liberal pecuniary help,
and to friends for their kind and
active sympathy. Tho service was
explained to be of a twofoldiiature,
namely, the consecration of the
school and the consecration of the
church. One was consecrated to
education and the "other to religion.
The church was fo'r the devotional
exercises of the Brothers, who
needed much grace, charity,
patience, and perseverance for the
proper discharge of their important
work of training tho young. God
alone could bestow these needed
qualifications, and they must be
sought from Him by devotional exer
cises. All education which docs not
cmbraco the moral and religious
faculties is insufficient. It is tho
endeavor of St. Louis Collego to
train these faculties, and although
no pupil is forced to learn the
doctrines of the Catholic Church
against his will, we do all wo can to
make them good pcoplo and good
Christians, useful in this world and
blessed in tho next.
Editoii Bulletin : I was glad to
see your notice of Messrs. G. W.
Macfarlano & Co.'s thoughtfulncss
in having the mud scraped off their
portion of Fort Street last Saturday.
Wo unfortunate ladies who havo
to do our shopping in other parts of
tho same street know how to appre
ciate such acts of gentlemanly
courtesy, .and wonder why other
people do not omulato such an ex
Honolulu, Dec. 22nd, 1884.
Notice ia hcroby given that nil per
sons found placing dead aulinnls on tho
reef, attaching them to tho harbor buoys
or depositing them where llio may be a
public nuisance, will Lo prosecuted.
JOHN II. BROWN,
Agent Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Dec. 20th, 1881. 809 tf
Hay and' Grain
worj'i: jl i:nw.inuH
Havo on hand, and tuo rccohlng by
Cliolo Hay, OntN, Iti-nn, J round unit
Whole llnrley, C'rncUetl mill M'lioln
Corn, Wheat, etc., etc., etc.
Which they offer at tho
Lowest Market Rates.
Goods delivered FItEE OF CHARGE.
W'OIiVr. A. KIWAltIH,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer "Alameda," his now and
elegant stock of Clnislmas goods,
all of which aio now ready for
inspection and sale. Among tho
numerous and vaticdi stock, nrc,x
scrap books, i' great variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very Jinc,
bill books, purses, gills' work boxes,
very choice, flower baskets, clothes
baskets, a new lino of btackcts,
whisk broomholdcrs, doll carriages,
picluro cord, pictu'ro who, hand
bells, trachig 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 warsman, toy
lumber mill, a fine new line of
pocket knives, and an especial line
of ladies pocket knives, also scissors,
and an elegant assortment of Christ
mas cards, that must bo seen' to be
appreciated at his storo opposite
E. O. Hall & Son, on Fort street.
882 lm .
Tin: Temple of Fashion, CI and 03
Fort street, informs tho general
public that thoy 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 juices. All they ask is
to , inspect their stock aud learn
prices. 880 lm.
' The 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 tho time that is
required by an inexperienced man.
TO THE LADIES !
171 PYAT, the well-Know n ladles'
: a halr-dicscr, of San Francisco,
dikes much plunsuru in announcing to
tho ladles of this city nnd lulnlly, that
ho is prepared to do all kinds of hair
work. Combings made Into Switchc,
Langtry, Couuetto, Daisy, Opcia, Sara
toga waves, Ac. Ladles' haircut, cm led
and shampooed. Hair dicsed hi latest
styles, viz : Pompadour, Sevlgne, Lang
try, &c, &c. 31 Uleluud St.
O. D. FllEETU.
W. C. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
till Xuiiniui Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOR SALE
At the IinrcHt Market Itnlcs
Geo Goulct Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFarro " " "
Carlton Frero " '
Fine Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Puro Virginia White Ityo Whiskey,
Budweiscr Lager Beer, pints and quarts
A largo and well selected stock of
&.C., &c, &c,
Always on hand and for sale at prices
that defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
Tolenhono 40. P. O. Box S1C0.
Heafls of Families
WILL PLEASE BEAR IN MIND
that we keep on hand a full
& STOVE COAL
Of tho best quality, which wo oiler for
AVliolosnlo unci XSotuil,
Orders respectfully solicited.
H, 1'. J UAH All A Co.,
No. 82 King Slrcot.
Telephone No. 187. 895 lm
II. F. HEBBARD
Would Inform his friends and tho pub.
lio that ho has opened a
Store nt No. 77 King; street,
for tho sale of
Unit nnil ill linrle nf Hngin
nay uuu an mnuo ui uium,
where ho would bo pleased to teo them
when In need of anything in his lltic.
ESTRomeinbcr tho No., 77 King st.
8931m Tulcpliono 238
mWO FURNISHED ROOMS to let.
JL Apply No. -1 Garden Lano. 890 lw
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS'-
WILL TAKE I'LACE
On or about
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
01 and 03 Fort Stuot, opposite tho New Bank Building.
Lycan & Co's if AioiCBMt
Having disposed of all our
tfOW OFFEKIISTG AjST
Entirely New M
of every description, lower than any other house in Hono
lulu. All the goods that we have now on hand '
were selqctcd in person by our Mr. "W.
Of. Wood, in San Francisco,
for the Xnias trade,
and comprise a complete assortment of everything to -'big
found in any first-class Music, Toy, or
Fancy Goods Store.
LYCAN k CO.,
. Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1881.
Large Invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been received by me, they
WILIrBE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than tho same (piallly of Goods can bo purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction inmrnntced. Sly stock consists of nil kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddlo Cloths, School Bags, &c.,
Bits, Spurn and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plates.
'I ho reputation or my HOME-MADE HARNESS' for superiority, of workmanship
and materlnl remains unchallenged during my slv years' rc&ldcnco here.
Tbniikful for tho generous patronage of tho past, its continuance and increase In
. the fiituro is respectfully solicited at tho old stand.
Swiss Cheese. Cala. Grapes & Pears,
Fine Call Apples, Dried Fig, Smyrna Fig3, Wild Hare, on ice;
Dried CherriesFrench Prune?, Cala Fresh Roll Butter,
Pickled Roll llutter, Clbols' Extract Beef, 4 pints Chutnoy,
Eastern Oysters, in tin and shell; Fresh Cala Salmon, on ice,
Celery, Cauliflower, Spiced Lambs' Tongues, in small Jars;
Gcrmca for breakfast, Capo Cod Cranberries,
And n full lino of IVchIi Staple Groceries
Island Orders solicited. Telcphono
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu mid vicinity.
Records searched, nnd plaiiH showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fott St.
Famlllcs and others lit want ot Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho samo in quantities to
suit by leaving ordem and con
F. It. OArA
At. Pacific Navigation Co.' Building,
801 Queen street. tf
as. OOX-IIV Sc OOi
old stock at auction, wcarel
of Holilai GeoaY
- 105 eii 107 Fort Street.;!
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !
of Fort and King strocts, Honolulu, HLi
& Libby's canvai covered dried Beef,i
No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (702 J
JNO. A. PALMER,
Collector, Itcul lMnte,
(cncrnl litiMiiicHM A cent.-
Ofllio In Campbell's New Block,
815 tf Room No. 7, Up-Stulrs.
A FEW CHOICE BUILDING LOTS,
also Resjdonco properly on tho
Plains at u bargain.
For Kent Several Lsull furnished
rooms, In priMito famlllu gool locu
tion. Pleasant rooms for two gentle,
men, with priviiego of keepings horses
Books and Accounts-and Cus
tom Houso "Business prompt
ly, cftrofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
Gcnora.1 Business Agont, Merchant St '1
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.