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SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Deo. 20.
Sun Sets , 3 27.
Similises 18 M.
Moon Sets VS -18.
High Tide, (small) 0 00.
High TUlo (lingo) 12 00.
WINK ASM WBATHIill
Kuiord lioin noon of jcptcutuy:
Barometer Tlicimomotar lluln.
At rcu luywi.
I 4lt Oil I Mil ll 2ll I (111 I 181i llto lSli
KMB I SU.OO !W.W)"70 72 O c0 0.00
Wind, S. 8. light; Sky, lino j Sen, smooth.
Schr.Trimle WnlUet funn S S Islands
Schr Wnllolc fiom Pnukua
Selir Waloll from Mallko
Sobr Nettle Merrill from Lahalna
Schr Khnkal from Waialua
Stmr Lchua for Windward ports
Selir Emma for ICoolan
Selir Sarah & Kllza for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktuo Eureka, Luc
Bktne ICltkltat, Cutler,
Bgtno Discovery, Pcrrlman
Bk Bygdo, Chrlstcncn
S 8 Alameda, Morso
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Wallele for Paukaa
Schr Waloll for Waialua
Selir Nettle Merrill for Lalialna
Schr Khnkal for Waialua
schr Jennie Walker from the
Dr Peas, wlfo and 2
children: Kev Lclco, two Misses and a
Master Lelco; Mrs (Rev) llalna and
daughter; Capt Kustell, of the wrecked
American schooner Ariel; Win Urqu
hart; Win Myers, first olllcer, and ciew
of tho wi coked Morning Star.
Schr Wallele brought !170 hags of
sugar from Paukaa.
The Malolo takes machinery for Wal
Stmrs Iwalanl and JasMakco aic to
The Lady Lanip&ou from San Fran
Isco arrived at Sydney on tho 10th Inst.
ThoAlden Bcsio arrived at Hong
kong on the 10th Int.
'i'lie schr Jennie Walker,Cai)tIIolland,
arrived yesterday 34 days from Jalult.
The capt reports the lobs of II scliooners
at tho S S Islands, one of which is tho
CaptLovcll, master of tho wiccked
Kahina, has taken charge of a trading
station at tho Lino islands,
Schr Nettle Men-Ill brought 30.5 bags
of sugar. '
Schr Ehukal brought 783 bags of
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Fill up the census blanks to-night.
Holiday gifts at cost at Ehlcrs &
Co. for cash.
Tin: Royal Jlawaiian Band was
out serenading "Wednesday evening.
Messus. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular cash salo to-morrow
morning nt 10 o'clock.
Tin: regular meeting of Hawaiian
Council, No. G89, A. L. of H., will
be held this, Friday, evening.
FottTY-NiXE cases are down on
tho calendar for the January term
of the Supreme Court.
Tin: Minister of tho Interior 1ms a
notico to corporations in our By
Authority column. ,
Wr. passed an express and two
privato carriages in Nuuanu Valley,
Christinas Eve, without lights.
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The quarterly exhibition of Sun
day Schools will take placo in Kau-
makapili church Sunday morning.
Mn. J. S. Emerson's Algebra and
Geometry class meets this evening
at thc.Y. M. C. A. Hall at 7 o'clock.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at the residence of
Mr. B. F. Dillingham to-morrow
Love's Bakery on Nuuanu Street
was beautifully illuminated Wednes
day evening with colored lantema
The Hawaiian Bazar received
twcnty-llvo cases of staplo goods by
tho Alameda, which will bo opened
in a day or so.
Miss Morris, sister of Bishop
Morris of Oregon, is expected by tho
Mariposa, and will bo entertained by
the Rev. and Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh.
In Burmnh editors rccoivo ele
phants in payment for subscription.
In this country the paper itself is
about all tho elephant the editor
cares to keep in stock.
Mn. J. Williams celebrated Christ
mas evo at his residence, Palamn, by
a' gathering of his many friends.
Mirth, music, and feasting made
tlmo pass swiftly until near miduight.
A Nu.Miii:u of yoUng" ineli who
wero going over the Pali, Wednes
day evening, mado a terrible racket
whilo proceeding up Nuuanu Valley.
The promises now occupied by
Justices McCully on-Bcrctania Street,
and a nearly now cottage near Ka
waiahao Church arc advertised to
To-mouuow evening Mr. E. P.
Adams will sell at his salesroom at
7 o'clock, tho balance of a consign
ment of clioico goods from O. W.
Mncfailano & Co.
Pitot'ESSOit Wayland of Yale
College will arrive in Honolulu by
tho Mariposa January 8th, and will
be a. guest of tho Hon. S. G. and
Pai.u, a Hawaiian who left this
country about twenty-live years ago,
and has since been a great traveller
on land and sea, returned by tho
barkentinc Discovery. He has for
gotten his nativo language.
Col. Curtis P. Inukca lias received
the decoration of Commander of the
Royal Order of St. Olavc, conferred
on him by the King of Sweden and
Norway, upon the recommendation
of Prince Oscar.
Besides the handsome, present
acknowledged by Mr. West in a
card elsewhere, someone unknown
left a turkey on his premises during
the temporary absence of himself
and wifo on Christmas Eve.
The maceration mill which has
been built at the Honolulu Iron
Works tor extracting juice out of
tho trash, lias been shipped to
Waiakca, Hiio. Wo hope it will
give tho same result as at the trial.
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The Bishop of Olba celebrated
high mass in the Catholic church at
ten o'clock, a. m., yesterday. St.
Louis College Band furnished ex
cellent music. Tho audience was
very large. After mass quite n
number of infants were baptized.
Yestekday afternoon, Mr. Theo.
If. Davis on behalf of tho members
of the congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, presented the Rev. W. A.
Swan, who is leaving for the Colonics,
with $200 as a testimonial of respect
Tin: boys who distribute the
Bulletin throughout tho town, wero
given a most excellent Christmas
dinner yesterday, by their employer,
Mr. A. M. JMellis. They did full
justice to the good things, as might
The steamer Lehua, which arrived
on Wednesday, reports .passing the
Kinau entering Maalaea bay at
10:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, and
at 10:45, passed tho W. G. Hall.
The Kinau was close in to shore,
showing she had stopped at Lahaina.
The Teachers' Convention will
meet on Monday morning nt 10
o'clock, in tho Y. M. C. A. hall.
Mr. Moore, of Wailuku, will open
tho exercises with a paper on the
teaching of English to Hawaiians.
Tho public will bo welcome, and
there is no doubt the discussions
will bo well worth listening to.
A man named Eugene Leo was
arrested yesterday for carrying fire
arms. He was slightly under tho
influence of liquor and said he was
going to shoot someone on board the
Alameda, but in court this morning
ho slated he was going to present a
pistol to a friend on board tho
8tcamor. Ho was fined $15; in de
A oitAND scries of athletic sports
will bo held at tho Makiki base ball
grounds, Now Year's afternoon. A
committee consisting of Messrs. S.
M. Whitman, J. Wright, J. McLean,
W. W. Wright, C. Clement, G.
Wright, and J. Murray, havo in
charge all arrangements. Suitablo
prizes will bo awarded. Particulars
of tho races will bo found in our
Two intoxicated men went down
to the wharf Inst evening and con
cluded to end their sorrows by
diowning themselves together. Ono
jumped in, hut finding tho water wet,
mado for tho schooner Uob Roy and
climbed aboard. Tho other man
stood still watching his companion,
and a few minutes later they wero
seen going off for another drunk.
Tmi S. S. Alameda will leave On
Wednesday next December 31st.
Theke will bo no cricket match on
Now Year's day, on account of no
Six drunks in tho Police Couit
this morning brought in 810., Tom
Gannon, for disorderly conduct, was
sent over tho reef for five days.
Mit. C. Hnsschnan's farewell con
cert takes place this evening at tho
Y. M. C. A. Hall: Tlicprogramnic
is a most excellent ono and should
bo listened to by a largo audience
Tin: annual Christinas trco of tho
Foil Street Sunday School will bo
held in the church this afternoon at
5:30 o'clock. Parents, members of
the congregation and others arc in
vited to be present.
All who sleep in a house to-night
arc to bo counted in the census
blank .of that house and in no other.
Unless the reporter of Hva Hawaiian
gets in earlier than usual, he will not
bo numbered as nn inhabitant.
The Honolulu Temperance League
will hold a meeting to organize at the
Lyceum on Saturday evening, Dec.
27lli, at 7.30 p. m. All members arc
requested to be present, and all in
terested in this temperance cause arc
invited to attend.
Last Monday, Mr. Thos. Hughes,
Jr., sugar boiler at the Hamakua
Mill, mot with an accident. lie filled
the double effect with sour juice on
Saturday night, and wishing to see
the inside tank took off tho man hole
cover, and in putting in a lighted
candle a violent explosion took place
in the gas generated from the juice.
Ho was burnt rather severely on
the face and arms. The report was
heard distinctly some distance from
the mill. It is astonishing how
these accidents happen, as by
throwing in a bucket or two of cold
water, the gaseous matter would be
Mit. Broglic, tho jeweler, who is
an intense lover of music, lias been
in the habit, for several years, of
presenting at Christmas a handsomo
watch to the Royal Hawaiian Band,
and another to tho Reformatory
School Band, to be rallied 'among
the members of the respective bands,
tho winner being ineligible for a
second competition. Tho usual
presentation was mado at the close
of yesterday's concert at Emma
Square. William Aylett, of the
Royal Band, and Maunaloa, of tho
Reformatorj' Band, were the winners.
Each of tho bands showed their
appreciation of Mr. Brogiic's gen
erosity by marching to his residence
and giving him a few tunes.
The latest important event in the
development of woman's rights and
the enlargement of the sphere of the
fair sex is heard from in the Sout.li
Seas via Boston. Queen Mnkca, of
Raratonga, incensed at her police
for permitting tho increase of
drunkenness, dismissed them all and
appointed women of mature age in
their place, interested in tho sup
pression of the evil. They have
shown such ability and energy in
discovering frauds and in destroying
smuggled brandy that a decided re
formation in the morals of the people
Wkdnksuay evening a young mnn
named Carter, in the employ of the
Woodlawn Dairy Co., rode on his
horse into town nnd fastened tho
animal by tho bridle to a hitching
post on Hotel street, whilo ho at
'tended to some business. During
his absence tho horso broke his
bridle nnd got away. A young boy
attending to the telephone in Dodd's
stable, jumped into the saddle and
before ho found out there wns no
bridle the animnl dashed off nnd
mado uj) Nuuanu street. Before it
had got very far tho lad was thrown
off, the horse still keeping on, until
opposite Major Benson's it ran into
nn express wagon owned by Chnrles
Hall, tho shaft entering it3 sides and
making a largo and ugly llesh wound
which bled profusely. Tho occu
pants of tho 'express were nearly
thrown out and tho vehicle suffered
considerable damage. Dr. Brodie,
V. S., attended tho horso and it is
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS to let.
Apply No. 4 Garden Liue. 800 lw
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer "Alameda," hta now nnd
elegant stock of Christinas goods,
all of which aro now ready for
inspection nnd sale. Among tho
numerous and varied stock, are,
scrap books, in trcut variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very Jinc,
bill books, purses, girls' work boxes,
very choke, llowcr baskets, clothes
baskets, a new lino of brackets,
whisk broomlioldcrs, doll carriages,
picture cord, picture who, hand
bells, tracing wheels, botli single
and double, individual castors, cako
baskets, card receivers, child's sets
of knife, fork and spoon, vases,
brush sets, and celluloid sets, trans
put cut 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 wnrsinan, toy
lumber mill, a flue now lino of
pocket knives, and an especial lino
of ladies pockcl knives, also scissors,
and an elegant assortment of Christ
mas cards, that must bo seen to be
appreciated at his store opposite
E. O. Hall & Son, on Fort street.
Oottnpro to Lot.
A Cottage, nearly new, with
two room, nnd front and
back verandah, with water
laid on, standing in well-shaded grounds
near Kawuiahno Church, will be rented
at a reuonaI)le rate. Enquire of
003 If S. B. DOLi:.
Maps of Honolulu,
IN SEOTIONS-Showing buildings,
water pipes, street lines, hydrants,
&c. For snlo by
M. D. MONSAKRAT,
C02 lw Gazelle Building.
AWAY FROM: WAIICAIIALULU,
Saturday evening, tho 20th Inst.,
tho bay Iiomo called ' ROMEO." be-
longing to 11. R. U. tho Pilncess Llllu
oknlanl, known byawhltuniarkoncach
hind foot and a whlto spot on tho foie
head, In company with a small black
liorso with a very short tall, letter G on
the right-hind leg, vhlto spot on the
back." Anyone returning the5" liornis
to her reldeneo on lieictaula street
wIU j)o pultably rewarded 02tf
FPYAT, tho well-known ladles'
halr-dreer, of San Francisco,
takes much pleasmo in iiunouiiuimr tu
tho ladles pf this city and vicinity, that
ho Ispieparcd to do all kinds of hair
work. Combings mado Into Switches,
Langtry, Coquette, Daisy, Opera, Sara
toga wave, tiv. Ladies' haircut, curled
and shampooed. 11 air dieted In latest
style, viz : Pompadour, Sovlgnc, Lang
try, &c, &c. HI Richard St.
'piIE UNDERSIGNED request that
JL in fulmu all accounts ngalnst them
bo presented promptly at the end of
each month, whether owed by them
personally, or as trustees, guardians,
executors or agents. BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1881. 801 2w
u- n. rimr.Tit.
W. C. I'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
H'.i Nunniiu Street.
UOKOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
OFFER FOU SALE
At the IiOivcst Hnrkct Itnlwt
Geo Goulct Champagne, pints & quarts.
ChasFarro " " "
Carlton Frero " " "
Flno Old California Brandy, in bulk,
Puro Virginia Whlto Hyit WhisUoy,
Budwclser Iigcr Beer, pints and quarts
A largo and well selected stock of
&c, &c, &c,
Always on hand and for baluat prices
that defy competition. Country orders
solicited. All goods guaranteed.
P. O. Box 3C0.
Heads of Mies
WILL PLEASE BEAU IN MIND
that wo keep on hand n full
& STOVE COAL
Of tho licit quality, which wo oiler for
WliolcNiilo unci Hot ail,
Orders lespectfully solicited.
H, V. UKUAM A Co.,
No. $2 King Street.
Telephone No 187. 805 lm
G. II. IIOBERTSON.
Drayman best teams
Ofllcc, Queen st. 15
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
On or about December 1st,
01 and C3 Fort Street, opposite
Lycan & Go's lew Aioicnimt
disposed of all our old stock at miction, we aro
NOW OFFERING AN
Bntlroly Now StocK of HoMay Goofls, -
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. "r.
Gc. 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 Goods Store.
LYCAN k CO.,
Honolulu, Dec. 1), 1881.
Largo invoices of Goods (of nil descriptions) having been received by me, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the samo quality of Goods can be purchased elsewhere In Honolulu, and
Mitlsfuction uunrantccd. My stock consists of all kinds of AMEHIUAN,
ENGLISH AN1) SYDXEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickol nnd Silver Plates.
The reputation of my IIOMU-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmnnshlp
and material remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the generous patronage of tho pnst, its continuance nnd iiicrcaco In
the future is respcctlully solicited at tho old stand.
L E W I S .
Havo received ox Mariposa,
Swiss Cheese. Cala. Grapes & Pears,
Fine U.iln Apples, Dried Fig, Smyrna Fig, Wild Hare, on lea;
Dried Chcrilcs, French Prune, Cula Fresh Roll Butter,
Pickled Roll Butter, Clbels' Extract Beef, J pints Chutney,
Eastern Oysters, in tin anil shell; Fresh Cala Salmon, on Ice,
Celery, Cauliflower, Spiced Lambs' Tongues, In small jars;
Llhby, McNeill & Llbuy's canvas covered di led Beef,
Germea for breakfast, Capo Cod Cranberries,
Anil a lull line of Fi'chIi Staple Srocoric'H.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. B.ox207. (702
J. F, BROWN,
Spochl attention given to Surveying
in Honolulu and vicinity.
Records searched, and pi ins showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
POI ! POI !
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain thu same In quantities to
eult by loaving ordeis and coil
XT. 1J. OA.rJL
tho Now Bank Building.
SS. OOHN Ss CO.
105 aid 107 Fort Street.
The Corner Harness Store
to the' Front !
of Fort mid King streets, Honolulu, II.
Hay and Grain
ivoi.fi: a. i:imvaicih
Have on hand, and arc receiving by
Clioico liny, Oalx, llrnn, rouul nml
Whole Ilnrloy, CrnrlU'rf and AVIioln
(.'urn, "Wheat, etc., (., ((
Which they offer at the
Lowest Market Rates.
Goods delivered FREE OF CHARGE.
woin: a i:m'AitiH,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
Telephone No. U ID. 807 1m
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telophono 172 P. 0. Box 315.