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In confoimlty with Section 1111 of
tlm Civil Code, nil Coiporntions 1110
hereby requested to mnko full nnd lie
curfito exhibits of lliclr n Hairs to tho
Interior Department on or before the
1st day of January, 1835, for the year
iMiilliiB J'y Is, 183l Mlms for tlio
purpose will lio furnished on applica
tion nt the Interior Cilice.
CI IAS. T. GUL10K,
. Minister of the Interloi.
Interior Olllce, Die. 21th, 1881.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island?.
Draw Exchange on the
Uunlc ol C'ulll'oiMilu, f-i.JF.
And their agents In
NEW YOtlK, BOSTON, MONO KONO.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
T ho Commercial Hank Co,, of Sydney,
Tliu Cojnmiivl.il B ml. Co., of Sidney,
Tho Bauk of New Zealand: Auckland,
ClirMulmruli, and Wellington.
The llauk of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0. ami Portland, Or.
Transact, a (icneral Hanking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Fatty.
Bat eitibllshoct for tho benefit of all.
FRIDAY, J)KC i'G, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Hawaiian Council No. C89 at 7:150:
Imp. Order of lied Men, at 7 :30.
MorningStar Lodge, Kof P. 7:300
Ilcsul.tr Cash Sale, at Sales Iloom
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock.
VOYACE OF THE JENNIE WALKER.
Capt. Holland, of the schooner
Jennie Walker, said when ho was
leaving for the Carolines in July,
that he expected to be back for his
Christinas dinner. Sure enough lie
was, but a few hours later and his
turkey would have been pretty cold.
His vessel was just coming through
the reef when the first part of the
band concert was being played yes
terday afternoon. Ikforc the con
cert was over he presented his genial
countenance in Emma Square, and
was warmly greeted thcro by many
of his friends. Below wc give a
record of the Jennie Walker's voy
age. Left Honolulu on July 23rd,
bound for Jaluit. Arrived there
after a very stoimy passage of 22
days. Remained there two days,
landing stores for the Gilbert Is
lands mission, to be forwarded by
the schooner Knlmm. Thence pro
ceeded to Kusaic, west, arriving
"there after n passage of three days,
and found all well there. Landed
Miss Palmer, missionary, and stores
for the llcv. Dr. Peas nnd Miss
Cathcart. llemained three days,
talcing on board Mrs. Hand, who had
been left behind after tho wreck of
the Morning Star. Thence departed
for Ponape, arriving there in seven
days, and lying off four days before
effecting an entrance into the har-
, bor. Found all well there, and rc
raainccMhrcc days, landing mission
1 stores. Proceeded thence to the
Mortlock Islands, reaching them in
seven days. Had experienced a
westward gale for 10 bonis, sup
posed to be the same one that proved
fatal to tho American schooner
"Ariel" and the German schooner
"Olo Shiga" at Ponape. Arriving at
the Mortlocks on Sept. 25th, re
mained there four days, finding all
well at the mission and leaving sup
plies. Thence proceeded to link,
making tho passage in five days..
' Anchored off the Island of Toloas
si in 2b iainoms oi waicr. xooic me
rn i K i fit-Ill
Jlev. Mr. Logan in a whaloboat to
frltuk, to find Moses tho teacher, but
not succeeding cruised about in
3arch of a suitable site for a mis
! At Fefarn Island all the owners of
md were willing to grant tlio neces
sary ground, but owing to tho nb-
fsence of n woman proprietor nothing
''could bo effected. Therefore, an in.
.Ration to Wola Island was accepted,
i 'whore a plot of 30 acres of excellent
inland was taken over on behalf of
ytho American Hoard of F. Missions.
f Shifting tho vessel round to dis
charge cargo, everything was landed
m fiuo condition. Cnptnlu nnu crew
In a few days lint nb tlio mission
house. After n slay of 18 days,
wont (o I'ounpc, whore Cnpl.
lvtistull, shipwrecked In the Ameri
can schooner Ariel, was tnken on
board. (The Ariel was formerly the
revenue cutler Win. L. Mnrcy.)
After two days, pioeccdcd to
Kusaic, and took on board tho mis
sionaries the Rev. Dr. Peas and
family, the .llcv. Mr. Lclco and
cliildrcn and Mrs. llcv. llaina and
daughter. Thence sailed for Jaluit
by way of Ebon, where a mall was
landed. Arrived at Jaluit in nine
days, and heard there of tho loss of
the schooner Kaliina on (ho Gilberts,
and also that of tlio Olo Shiga.
They here took on board (he crew of
the Morning Slar.
Leaving Jaluitfor Honolulu, bound
west, all tlio way to link, eight or
nine hundred miles the Jennie Walker
passed through n Held of pumice,
that coated the water with a brown
ish pink, lklwccn Kusaic and Pon
apo the missionary Lclco, at Jl o'
clock of a morning, fell overboard,
but was rescued in about 'JO minutes.
It appears tho gentleman is blind,
which accounts for the accident. He
is to be placed in the Lunalilo Home'.
Capt. Holland's observations nt
link showed serious errors in one of
the charts, in respect to soundings,
the lay of the land and the location
ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL.
The special Chiistmas services at
tills church wore of an unusually
interesting character. The interior
of the building was most piofuscly
decorated with ferns, palm leaves,
chrysanthemums, geraniums, roses,
etc. The altar, which was in charge
of Mrs. Willis and the sisters of St.
Andrews Priory, was covered with
most beautiful bouquets of flowers,
and n text, "Good will towards
men." The rood screen, which
never looked bolter, was decorated by
II. M. Queen Kninia. Mrs. Wodc
housc had charge of the pulpit, and
the Misses Hcrlha von Holt nnd
Mist made the font a perfect bed of
evergreens and flowers. The services
commenced nt 0.30 o'clock by a
choral celebration of Holy Commu
nion in Hawaiian, the llcv. Alex.
Mackintosh being tho celebrant.
This was followed at 7.30 o'clock
with a choral celebration in English.
The Uishop celebrating. At 0.30
o'clock came morning prayer in
Hawaiian with an appropriate Xmas
sermon, by the Itov. Alex. Mackin
tosh. The special hymns were
heartily sung. At 11 o'clock oc
curred full choral service in English,
which was attended by a congrega
tion that filled the church to over
flowing. Tlio music was specially
selected and wis sung in a very fine
manner by the large choir, particu
larly the To Deinn and the Anthem,
" In the beginning." The proper
psalms for the day were sung to
single chants, and the old familiar
Christinas hymns were rendered
willi fine effect.
His Lordship Bishop Willis took
his text from Isaiah, " For unto us a
child is born," and said the bhth
of the Redeemer was the central
figure in tlio world's history. As
well imagine tho solar system with
out the sun as tho condition the
world would be iu were it not for
tho event celebrated on tins annivcr
saiy. What would the position of
mankind be if the history of' the
gospel proved to be as legendary as
that of the birth of Romulus and
Remus ? Instead of walking in the
light of immortality they should be
groping in darkness. Not only had
man's nature been asstlmcd by God,
but his representative had been
exalted to the right hand of God,
and that was tho well-spring of
salvation to us. lhe preacher re
plied to tlio objections raised by
boms, that this prophecy was ful
filled in the times of Isaiah, mid
therefore could not havo referred to
the bavlour. lie saut many pro
phcoics were refcrrable to contem
porary events, which yet had their
chief fulfilment iu tho distant future.
As long ns the world lasted thcro
would bo deceivers, however, and
he urged his hearers to cling more
firmly than ever to the central truth
they eclobrated that day. "Rest
not satisfied," ho added, "that you
have been to Bethlehem, but spread
tho good news around,"
In tho afternoon, at 4 o'clock,
evensong in Hawaiian was said, and
tio llcv. Albx. Mackintosh iutniln- I
istcrcd tho rito of baptism to two
infants. The concluding service
was held at 7.30 i si., when tho
sermon was preached by the Ilev.
To the olllccrs and employees of the
Hawaiian Can Inge MniiufRotuilng Co.:
1 tako this method of thanking you
for tho valuable ct of Jlujigy harness
(out to mo ns a Chtlstiun preent. It
was n pleasing r-iiiprlo to me; not only
for Its value, hut as a mark of icpect
which I 'highly appreciate, and value
even more than the beautiful present.
With bel wishes to each of you.
Dee. 'JOlh, lbS-1.
Victoria, British Columbia, Dec.
Glh, was visited by the phenomenal
combination of a snow and thunder
and lightning storm. Snow seldom
falls there, and thunder storms aro
The Piefcclurc of Police in Paris
has insisted on models of all Christ
mas toys being submitted for censor
ship. All models lccalling tho war
in China arc prohibited. Mandarins
nnd Black Flags arc not allowed to
be caiicaturcd, or the storming of
Sontay, to be celebrated, but a figure
of El Mahdi was passed, according
to which lie is a portly Turk and ho
spins around on being touched by a
Train robbers on the night of
Dec. Gth raided the Little Rock,
Mississippi River and Texas Rail
road train, three miles from Little
Rock, Aikansas, and got S2,000
from the express safe and 4,000 in
money nnd valuables from the pas
sengers. A despatch of the Dili
shows three men examined before a
magistrate in Little Rock, for tho
robberj, and held in $10,000 bail
A wrestling match came off in the
California Theatre, San Francisco,
on Dec. 10th, between Duncan Ross,
the Scotch athlete, and Tom Can
non, which was won by Ro3S with
tluco bouts two side-holds in
harness and one collar-and-clbow.
Cannon won two falls the catch-as-catch-can
and the Gra-co-Roman.
A REGULAR MEETING of Ha.
nllnn Council No. 030. A. L. of
11., will bo held this Friday evening.
Business of importance.
Full attendance requested.
003 It PER ORDER.
NEW YEAR'S DAY,
LIST OF RACES:
120 yards' Handicap, open to nil.
100 yards' Hnmllcay, for boys under 10.
80 yards' Handicap, for girls under 14.
200 yards' Hurdle Race, open to nil.
Stone Gathering Race.
1 mile Handicap Foot Race, open for all
0 mile Bicycle Race, open to all.
Quarter mllo Bicycle Race, for hoys.
Half hour Race, go as you please.
Tug-of-Wnr, six on each sjde.
"tST Entries oan uo mado up to tho
day of tlio races to '1'lios. 'Wright, nt the
Hawaiian Carriage Mfg Co'h Olllce, or
at tho Buu-KTIN Office. OOU 3t
Dwelling? House Lo X.ct.
Tho premises now occupied
by Judge McCully, on Here
tanla street, in Kuloakahua,
will he rented nftQr th 1st of February,
j885, at reasonable nites. Tlio house is
(.ominodious, and tlio outhouses con.
cnlcnt. Tho grounds are well planted
with trees and shrubs. Enquire of
C0J tf S. B. DOLE.
COTTAGE TO LEASE.
LEASE FOR SALT. AT EMMA ST.,
thrco neat cottages on a deep lot,
lino gaidcn.niid pleasant shndo trees.
Lease to rim !! years nt 823 a month for
entire picmlscs. Is bringing iu u rental
of $55. "Will j-cll lcao for $100 cash,
being tho amount of Improvements
mado by tenant. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
001 lw Gen. JIuBiiiCfeH Agent.
For Sale or Exchange.
A GOOD SIDE.BAR TOP BUGGY
with carriage-lamps, iohu
whip: or, will exchange for nn
8!) tf Apply at this onlcc.
A COTTAGE containing four
(rooms with pantry and kitchen
iauaciicti nnu surrounded uy a
nice little garden can bo obtained by
applying on the premises situated on.
Punchbowl street, a few steps below
Palace Walk. 8'JO 2w
Building Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for salo or
rent at Knpalama, near thoNluhc
lowal hrldgo, on tho Ewa side of tho
hiuo lending to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Apply to W. O. AOIII,
Law ofllco of Y. R, Castle. 887 tf
AUCTION SALES FO&
Ghristnu md How Year,
E. P ADAMS.
Stitiu'tlay, cr. 27th,
At 7 p. m., nt Salei Room. Bal
ance of consignment of Choice
Clouds fiom O. W. Miicfarhne
Tiicmlny, B)cc. :tOtli.
At 7 p. m., at Kales Room. A
variety of Fancy Goods and Wares
for Now Year. Tho closing of
S. J. Levey & Co.
linn Itccclvctl per Alnmciln,
on lec, n small lot of
Dressed. Order should lio left at once,
im only a limited supply will
he on hand.
Weluuo also on hand, and to arrive,
a largo and varied assortment of
And Christinas Goods.
Cranberries, Nuts of all kinds
Candy, Bon-Bons, Christmas
Also, Fresh Star Hums. Bacon,
80 1 aw Lnrd. Cheese, &c.
ANOTHER INVOICE OF THOSE
Prepared by n lady in San FrancUco,
nnd made of tlio very hest materials.
No Christmas Dinner complete with
out n bottlu of those appetizing pickles.
Also on hand,
IS'UtH, ilfff. L'l'UllCH,
Jjcmon to OraiiRO Tool,
"VoilllK Allierlcii Cllct'Hi',
Cliolee AppleH. IjIumI.
Crxic'lcern of nil lclrulH, X:'.
Telephone 110. 800 2w
Hnving just opened his
Informs his friends and tho public in
general that they are
The Finest Class of Goods
of Silverware over exhibited In this city
and consist of
Tea Sets, Ice Fltekm,
Trays, Castors, Knives, Forks,
Spoons and Toa Spoons;
Combination Baking Dishes, something now,
Plcklo Stands, Cups,
Napkin Rings, Colory Glasses,
Spoon Holders, Buttor Dishes,
Ladles' Toilet Sots,
Bronzo Figures, Chandeliers,
Also a very lino lino of
C2T Tlicso goods must ho seen to bo
appreciated, being made fiom tho hcav
lest material, and also very ornamental.
802 lm CO Fort Street.
JOHN A. PALMER will distribute
Also, nwlst in general ofllco work.
Ofllco In Campbell' Block, Room 7, up
THE PEOPLE'S WANTS.
READ J. E. WISEMAN'S" LIST OF
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, &e., to
rent In tho Mornim Guide news Items
published dally. 001 lm
For San Francisco.
Goodman, : : Captain.
Will sail for tho nbovo port on or iiliout
January 1st, lt83
nno npulv to tlio.
For freight or pass-
8!) I .'.w .
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, nnd will ho happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his enrc.
Commencing on the 1st day of December,
mid continuing throughout the month, we
will offer our entire stock, without reserve,
at cost. All classes of goods are included
in this offering, and genuine bargains may
be obtained strictly for cash.
SALE ! SALE !
GRAND CHRISTMAS SALE
Fancy Goods Emporium.
To make room for staple goods to arrive after
the holidays, we now announce that we will
sell our immense stock of Toys and Christmas
and New Year's Goods at GREATLY RE
Gall and select before
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
The Only Eccognizcd General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building;, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
! O. "XJox U15 i : : Tolojrtioiio 173.
ItEAL ESTATE AGENT Buys nnd sells Kenl Estate in nil parts of the King-
SOLIOITING AGEJST FOIt WILDEH'S INTER-ISLAND STEAJIERS-Tour
ists nnd tho Traveling Public will apply to mo for Tickets nnd Information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK Tho Largest, Grandest nnd Soundest Institution of its hind Iu the
AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels all other loutcs going East, the scenery being the grandest,
the meals tho choicest and the Fiilace nnd Dining Cms tho handsomest nnd most
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all seeking work in tho vari
ous branches of industry on tho Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tho best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods nt Custom House, pays nnd discharges
Freight nnd Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money nt nil times on llrsl-class securltly.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Pnpors of every description drawn. Bills
Distributed nnd Collected. Books and Accounts kept nnd adjusted. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and Insurnnca on Properly looked after.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles, Corres
pomleneo nnd Commercial Business of every nnturo promptly and accurately
attended t. '
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Compnnics abroad
will correspond with mo for terms, etc. Oidcrs for Islnnd Shells, Curios, Lava
Specimens, Native Views nnd Photos carefully filled nnd foi warded to ull parts
ot tho World.
ES Information appertaining to tho Islands glveu nnd ull correspondence faith
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
873 Gonoral Buslnoss Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
TOtffcsiBBt.V . .,-,.. .-
Fence Wlro and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turnontinc,
House Furnishing Goods, l?lnteil Ware, &c., &c,
SALE ! SALE !
the beat Goods aro gone.
KENNEDY & CO., Proprietors.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
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