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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1881.
Sclir Emma from Koolati
Sclir Sarah & Eliza fioni Koolnti
Stun- Lohna from Windward poits
Stinr Mokolll for Windward poits
Schr Malolo for Hllo
VESSELS IN PORT.
ISktno Kllkltat, Cutler,
Bgtno Discovery, rcrrhnan
Ilk Bygdo, Christcnscn
SS Alaiiicdn, Moiso
VESSELS LEAVING ON FRIDAY.
Stinr Lchuii for Windward ports
Schr Kinnia for Koolau
Sclir Sarah & EH.a for Koolau
For Kauai per stinr 0 It Bishop, Dec
23 31193 .T Molteno, Miss A Frenden
berg, Miss Hose Makec, Mls KateMakeo
Miss Kogers. Hon W E' Howell, "Ed
llolsteln, LT Vallentine, Mutera Ber
tlemann (2), II Wnlalcalc & wife, OK
"Ward, E L Kauai, E F Bishop, O A
Brown, II II Monte, II Chailtou, Mastoid
Rogers (2), Master O Dole. .
ForMolokal and Maui icr Likellkc,
Doc 23 Mrs .1 E Ilanford, Miss Kato
Lewis, Miss F Lewis. Mlsi Minnie
Kinney, Miss 0 A Carter, Miss Keuakc,
Miss Oraoe E Koe, Miss Minnie Bailey,
Master "Willie Bolster, "W It Lawrence,
E 11 'Clark, Brother Francis, Brother J.
Shipper, Mrs Cliapin, B Murphy, Miss
Hall, J Klloy, W Balloy, F Whitney.
ForLahalna, Maalaea, Hllo etc per
Kinau. Dec 23 Hon S G Wilder, Miss
Potwiu, C It Sncyd-Kynnerslcy, Tom
Spencer, Mrs" Clias Stlllmau, Capt J
Kaal and wife, Mra M Aiwohl & clilld,
Mrs G 1' Kamauoha. Mis3 Eliza P Kauc
haku, Mrs Trubcrt, J Austin, Mrs Ben
ton, Misses Kenton (2), WL Hardy, F
F Spencer, S Decker. L Ascu, P H W
Boss and family, II W Churchill, L
Parish, W J Biodic, Fred Wllhclm,
Miss M Wells, Miss Katy Hind, 0 N
Arnold and wife, John Kalml, Geo
Ituthcrford, Chas McGulre.
For Maalaea, Ko'ua and Kau, per W
G Hall, Dec 23 Hon'D 11 Nahluu, Hon
G W Plllpo, HII Hamlin, Master Willie
Corney, M A Smith, S S Smith, Geo
Maxwell, Miss Halcno Collin, Miss
Maria Collin, Mts K Aona & 2 childicn.
The pile driver Is. anchoring
bevond tho Relit house.
Tho Discovery was moved to Brewer's
wharf this morning.
The schr Jennie Is now fully duo from
the South Sea Islands.
Tho stinr Lchua returned tills morn
ing after a 14 days trip with 2.583
bags of sugar & 40 hides. Sho reports
very rough weather and whllo discharg
ing at Honohlm a week ago last Satur
day, ono of tho ship's boats was driven
on to tho rocks by tho sea and smashed
to pieces. Sho was detained at Hllo for
somo time receiving tho freight brought
by the schr Anna. '
In Honolulu, Dec 22nd, to the wife of
F Marcos, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
CmusTJtAS day to-morrow.
A Mekky Christmas to everybody.
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Poor turkey, ho has to tremble
Jui.cs Tavcrnier, tho artist, is in
"Wo hear of
lots of Xmas trees
olllccs will be
Be suro you get a good dinner, but
do not stuff yourself.
Christmas comes but once a year,
so make the best of it.
Lewis & Co. will keep open until
9 o'clock this evening. t
Police officer Marcos has got a
splendid Christmas present. It is a
Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s
store will bo open from C.30 until 9
o'clock this evening. 899 lt
Now, boys and qirls, look out for
Mr. Santa Claus to-morrow morning
early. "Wo hear ho has arrived in
Full choral service with appropriate
hymns and anthem at St. Andrews
Cathedral to-morrow morning at 11
i . HI I
JRemesibeii the combined band
concert at Emma Square to-morrow
afternoon, commencing .at half-past
The new uniforms for tho Hono
lulu Rifles will be ordered from San
Francisco by tho Alameda which
leaves December .list.
His Majesty tho King has conferred
' tho decoration of Knight Commander
of the Roynl Order of Kamchamcha
upon Capt. Joseph S. Skcrrett, U; b.
A oanq of men aro at work in tho
Government building yard,- laying
walks 'mid otherwise improving tho
grounds surrounding tho new gurvoy
TitEtii: will bo a shooting match
for turkeys nt tlc Casino, tomorrow,
commencing ut 10 o'clock.
J. Lhvet & Co. will not close
stoic until 0 o'clock this even-
No Bum.ktin to-morrow after
noon. Too many good things in one
dny would not do.
Tiic Astor House will provide n
splendid Xnms dinner
commencing at 11.30 a.
Tub S. S. Almncda will probably
lcavo on tho 31st for San Francisco,
the 1st of January being n holiday.
Tub Hawaiian Almanac and An
nual for 1885 has been received from
Mr. Thrum's publishing house, and
will be reviewed later.
Two Jadies- who had intended to
go 'by the Kinau, deferred the trip
until the noxt time, because that
boat was going to engage in a race
with tho W. G. Hall.
Mn. Sam Talker's Horso Consuclo
and Mr. A. T. Baker's horso Joe
Dakowill trot on Now Year's day at
Kapiolani Park, for a purse of 8.100.
The race will be mile heals, best
three in five.
Two horses belonging to IT. It. II.
Princess Liliuokalani have strayed
from "Waikahalulu. Anyone return-'
ing the same to her residence on
Beretania street .will bo suitably re
warded. F. HoitN has a stock of candies,
cakes, Xmas tree ornaments, etc.,
that cannot be beat in this city, and
that is why ho is doing such a rush
ing trade at this festive season.
One of Mr. A. T. Atkinson's
former pupils has distinguished him
self in Now Zealand by successfully
passing the civil service examina
tion. It is George Hutchinson, son
of Dr. P. B. Hutchinson.
Lyons & Levy will sell this even
ieg at .7 o'clock, at their salesroom,
a very elegant lino of holiday goods,
consisting of bronzes, ornaments,
vases, China ware and other useful
articles too numerous to mention.
The caso against Emerson, for
shooting Spreckcls, was dismissed in
tho San Francisco Police Court on
Dec. 12th, on account of the prose
cution failing to produce Spreckcls
as a witness against tho defendant.
At the Koman Catholic Cathe
dral to-morrow, low masses will be
said commencing at 5 a. m. At 10
o'clock Pontifical High Mass will be
celebrated. Tho musical portion of
tho services will bo unusually fine.
m . -
Mr. Hasselman's farewell concert
takes placo at the Y. M. C. A. Hall
Friday evening. This gentleman
has always given his talented
services to worthy objects, and
should be rewarded with a crowded
' Messrs. S". J. Levey & Co. had a
splendid lot of choice dressed tur
keys arrive by the Alameda. Every
one of them was sold before tho
steamer had been in port two hours.
That is the fruit of advertising in the
S. J. Levy & Co. received by tho
Alameda a largo and varied assort
ment of choice groceries, nuts, can
dies, bon-bons, Christmas trees, or
naments, etc., etc. Call early or
else you will bo disappointed.'
Ik tho Police Court this morning,
Tassis Dlyueis, a Portuguese, was
fined $50 and sent to prison for two
months for haviDg opium in his
possession. Thos. Pa, for violating
express rulo No.
0, was fined $5 and
Tiieub will be no prayer meeting
at tho Bethel Union Church this
evening on account of it being
Xmas eve, but tho members of tho
congregation will unite with tho
young people of tho church on Fri
Mn. Noltb has sent us over ono
of tho "Pho-nix Non Plus Ultra"
cigars. It is two pen handles in
length, and tho man who gets
through one at a sitting need not
call General Grant his uncle. Tho
flavor is superb. Ho has also be
stowed upon a member of tho staff,
affected that way, a package of
"Cloth of Gold" cigarettes, which
ho has in stock along with tho to
bacco they ntc mado of.
Mn. H. W. Severance, Hawaiian
Consul in San Francisco, has our
thanks for a copy of tho S. F. Post
containing tho petition, with signa
tures, of merchants and manufac
turers of that city for the contin
uance of tho Hawaiian Treaty.
Mn. M. D. Monsarrat, tho sur
veyor, has for sale at his oflice, sec
tion A -of a new map of Honolulu
which shows buildings, water pipes,
street lines, hydrants, etc. It is a
fine specimen of work, and as conciso
a map as wo have ever seen and
should bo in the possession of every
resident of this city. It is really
Tun vestry of tho Bethel Church
was a scene of festivity last evening.
The ovent was tho annual Christmas
tree given to the scholars attending
the Sunday School. The attendance
was large, and the tree, which stood
in the centre of the room, was loaded
with beautiful presents, ornaments,
etc. There was a present for every
one, and even tho Buu.btin repre
sentative was not forgotten.
Mn. C. A. Kibling, purser of tho
Lchua, informs us that on Tuesday,
Dec. 9th, a Chinaman was washed
off the rocks near Koholalcle landing,
Hamakua, while engaged fishing, and
was drowned. "Wednesday his body
was to be seen floating among tho
rocks, and a futile attempt was
made to get it. Before that could
be done four sharks made for tho
body, and devoured It in' less than a
minute, each taking an nrm, leg or
head at a mouthful.
Tub Hawaiian Carriage Manu
facturing Co. lias just turned jut a
handsome piece of work. It is a
meat wagon built expressly to order
for Mr. Jos. Tinker, tho proprietor
of the City Meat Market on Nuuanu
street. It is built in the English
style, and fitted up with every con
venience for delivering meat. Tho
wagon is painted a dark green, the
lettering being in gold shaded with
red. No finer specimen of work
could bo turned out of any shop.
Many people watched the start
last evening, in tho trial of speed
between the steamer Kinau, of the
Wilder S. S. line, and the steamer
"W. G. Hall, of the I. I. S. S. line.
The Hall got away first, the Kinau
being six minutes behind in passing
the light house. Tho latter, however,
was seen to bo rapidly gaining upon
her rival, until she had drawn in
tho whole length of a mile that lay
between thorn. At five o'clock pre
cisely, Charlie tho Lookout tele
phoned to us from his perch on
Diamond Head that tho steamers
were alongside of each other, and
an observer from tho top of tho
marine railway cradle about the
samo.timo distinctly saw tho Kinau
leave tho other behind. An inter
ested group could be seen at any
timo last evening and this morning
reading the telophonc messages on
our bullotin board.
Ojji: of the best appointed and
centrally located offices in Honolulu
is Mr. J. E. Wiseman's. It is a
well known fact that this gentleman
is considered tho General Business
Agent of Honolulu. His largo and
roomy offices arc a genuino picturo
of commercial neatness, fitted up
witli tho finest of furniture, includ
ing two of tho safest of safes. Tho
variety of business this Wise-man
attends to is simply wonderful. Tho
general community are his patrons
and the tourist and traveller find his
office the .medium for information
concerning tho Islands. If you de
sire to find out anything about real
estate, houses to rent or lease, em
ployment, accounts, insurance, mo
ney, etc., go to J. E. Wiseman, 'tho
prompt and reliable Business Agent
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL.
OlIUISTMAS DAY SBUVICB3.
7:30 A. M.
Processional Hymn No. ! I
Kyrlo elclson Mendelssohn in G
SanctiiH Bridgwater in G
Hymn 42 Atlesto mieics
aloria In excelsls Old chant
Nunc Dlmittls Gregorian
11 A. M.
Organ voluntary Festival Maieh in I)
Processional While shepherds watched
Tallis' festival response
Vunlto Humphreys in O
Proper lValms 11), 15, and 85, to singlo
To Dcuiii Taylor In G
Bencdtetiis Aldrleh In G
Hymn -13 Hark! the Herald Angels
Anthc'm In tho beginning Allen
Sermon BIshoii of 1 lonolulit
Hymn 420 come all ye faithful
Organ voluntary Christmas postludo
f. ., Dr. Garrett
A. L. Smith has just' received per
steamer "Alameda," his new and
elegant slock of Christmas goods,,
all of which arc now ready for
inspection and sale. Among tho
numerous and varied slock, ure,
scrap books, in yrcut variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very Jtne
bill books, purses, girls' woik boxes,
very vtoici, llowcr baskets, clothes
baslcls, a new line of brackets,
whisk broomhohlcrs, doll carriages,
picture cord, picture wire, hand
hells, tracing wheels, both singlo
and double, individual castors, cako
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 clcgaut 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 lino of
pocket knives, and an especial line
of ladies pocket knivcsvalso 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.
TO THE LADIES !
FPYAT, tho well-known ladles'
halr-drocr, of San Francleo,
takes much pleasure in announcing to
tho ladles of this city and vicinity, that
lie Is prepared to do all kinds of hair
work. Combings made Into Switches,
Langtry, Coquette, Daisy, Opera, Sara
toga waves, itc. Ladles' hair cut, curled
and shampooed. Hair dressed in latest
styles, vl. : Pompadour, Scvigno, Lang
try. &c, &c. 31 Blclinrd St.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED request tliat
JL In futuro nil accounts ngalnst them
bo presented promptly at tho end of
each month, whether owed by them
personally, or as trustees, guardians,
executors or agents. BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1681.. 804 2w
Xotlco is hereby given that all per.
sons found placing dead animals on tho
reef, attaching them to tho lmrhor buoys
or depositing them where they may bo n
public nuisance, will bo prosecuted.
JOHN II. BROWN,
Agent Board of Health.
Honolulu, Dec. 20th, 1881. 809 tf
W. C. 1TACOCK
Freeth. Sc Peacock,
2U Nnnnun Street.
HONOLULU, U. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOB SALE
At the IiOWONt Market ItuU'N
Geo Goulet Clmmpagtic, pints & (marls.
ClmsFiirro " " "
Carlton Frcro " " "
Fine Oltl California Brandy, in hulk,
Pure Virginia White Ityo AVhiskcy,
Budwciser Lngcr Beer, pints and quarts
A largo ami well selected stock of
&.C., &c, &c,
Always on hand and for sale nt price
that ilcfy competition. Country orders
BOlicltod. All goods guaranteed.
Telephone 40. P. O. Box UC0.
Heads of Families
WILL PLEASE BEAK IN MIND
that wo keep on hand a full
& STOVE COAL
Of the best quality, which wo oiler for
AVlioloHJilo mul Rutuil,
Orders respectfully solicited.
. I". JIt.VII.V3I A.
No. W King Street.
Telephono No. 187.
II. F. HKBBARD
Would Inform his friends and tho pub
lie that lie has opened a
Store it No. 77 Kin;: reet,
for tho sale of
Hay and all kinds of Grain,
where To would bo pleased to eco Hum
when In need of anything In his lino.
Ey Remember tho No., 77 King st.
8Uu im Tplcplibno 318
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
" TEMPLE OF
01 and 03 Foit Strtot, opposite
Lycan & Go's lei Annoiincement. .
Having disposed of all our old stock at auction, "weare,
itfOW OFFERING- AN
Entirely New Stock of Hollflay Goods,
of every description, lower than any other house in Hono
lulu. All the goods that we have now on hand
were selected in person by our Mr. "W.
G. Wood, in San Francisco,
for the Xmas trade,
and comprise a complete assortment of everything to hiv
found in any first-class Music, Toy, or
Fancy Goods Store.
LYCAN k CO., - - -
Honolulu, Dec. !), 1881.
Large invoices of Goods (of nil descriptions) having been received by me, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality ot Goods can bo purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
batlsfaction gunrantccd. My slock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH ANI) SYDNEY .MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddlo Cloths, School Bags, &c'.,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Platos.
The reputation of my HOME-MADE IIAltXESS for superiority of workmanship
and material remains unchallenged (luting my six years' residence hero.
Thankful for the generous patronage of tho pust, Its continuance and increase in
the futuro is rcspcctlully solicited at tliu old stand.
SS0 3m Comer of Foit and King strccls, Honolulu, II. I.
Have rocoived ex Mariposa,
Swiss Cheese. Gala. Grapes & Pears,
Fine Gala Apples, Dried Fig, Smyrna Figs, Wild Hare, on Ice;
Dried Cherries, French Prune?, Ciln Fresh Roll Butter,
Pickled Roll Butter, Cibols' Extr.ict Beef, pints Chutney,
Eastern Oysters, in tin nnd shell; Fresh Cula Salmon, on Ice,
Celery, Caulillower, Spiced Lambs' Tongues, in small jars;
Libby, McNeill & Llbby's canvas covered diled Beef,
Gprmea for breakfast, Capo Cod Crnnbcrrlw,
Anil u full Hue of Fresh .Staple roccrien.
Island Orders solicited. Telephono No. 210. I'. O. Box 2!)7. (702
J. F. BROWN,
Special attention given to. Surveying
in Honolulu mul vicinity.
Record searched, and pl.ins showing
titles carefully prepircd.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort'Sl.
POI ! POJ !
Families nnd others In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain thu same in quantities to
mil by lowing ordeis and con
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen street. tf
the New Bank Building.
ft. COHN &CO.
105 aid 107 Fori street.
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front-!
Hay and Grain
WOM'!'. A i:iWAIlK
Have on hand, and are receiving by
i'liftli't- I luy, OnlH, Ilran, (rounil nuil
AVIiolc Hurley, C'rueUcil nnd VVlioln
Corn, lVJirnt, vU:, tc., etc. ,
Which they offer at tho
Lowest Market Rates.
Goods delivered FREE OF OIIAItOE.
WO I, IT. A. i:ilWAItH,
Cor. King & Xuuaiui SU.
Telephone No. HID. 897 lm
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephono 172 P- 0. Box 315-