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SUM, MOON AND SEA. .
All tlmo Horn noon of to-day, Deo. 27.
Sun Sola 5 27.
Sim RIos 18 It".
Moon Sets 2 GO.
High Tide (small) " 30.
High Tltlo (large) 13 00.
WIND AND WIJATIIBU
lte-cord liom noon of jostcrduy:
.'I'lL0!".'!!! Tlicimomotor Kaln.
At ncu JQQ1.
I -111 I (111 I 2211 ll ill I mi I lStl llto 18ll
I 2U.07 I 30.(tt K.W1820 MO 7JS 0.00
Wlnil, 8. H. W.ficsli; Nicy, (.-lonely up ;8ca,
Stmr Iwalanl fium llnmnkua.
Stmi' Kinau from Windward toi Ik
Schr Haleakula from Pepcekeo
Schr ICamol from I.aupahochoe
Schr Waloll for Walalua
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Sclir Wnllelo for 1'aukaa
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahalna
Schr Ehakal for Walalua '
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uktnc Eureka, Lee
Bktno Kllkltat, Cutler,
Bgtuo Discovery, Fcirlnian
Bk Bygdo, Clirlstcnscii
S S Alameda, Morso
From llamakua per stmr Iwalanl
Dec 27 Rev J JJucknell wife and two
children, W P Holmes, .T Jarrett and
Wis E Daniels, II 1'accheceo, L A
Smith, 31 Johnson, Miss W il Baldwin:
J JIarsden, Miss L M Mnuross, Mr O K
Stlllnian, Miss Hoopll, Con Chcc, S A
Mosey, F Wllhelm, 0 Afong.TKSylng,
W B Alison, Miss M E Hillebrnnd, Miss
El Plllpo, Miss A M Aheona, Miss
Hanakaia, Miss Kcaloha, Akaka, II A
Luscombc, wife and child, Mr F S
Lyman & daughter, W 1' Lunwhclhel &
wife, Mr Knelchlwa & daughter, E J
Nichols, F N Glade, G Ante, S P Wahl
ncuul, Kawlka and wife, Miss Kahac
Kapunn, and 131 dock.
From Windward port, per stmr
Klnau. Dec 21 Hon S O Wilder, Hon S
Parker & wife, Hon .T T Baker & wife.
Hon A Fornandcrs. FP Hastings and
wife, Miss E Hnlstcael, S W Abraham,
Stmr Iwalanl brought 2207 bags of
sugar, 22 head of cattle, 1 horsey 34 Tildes
& 00 pkgs of sundries.
The Eureka aud Kllkltat will pro
bably sail next week.
The Bygdo is discharging rapidly.
Stmr Kfiiau brought 0000 bags sugar,
52 bead cattle, 80 hides, 107 pkgs ol
B'l'ho schr Kaptolanl could not laud
any freight at Wnlalae.
December 27th, at his residence, Bere
tania Street, at 2:30 A. M., Cliailes
Jones WaU, architect and builder, aged
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TiiERa will be no skating rink this
Mas. Lenvitt, the temperance
lecturer, arrived by the Kinau.
Installation of olllccrs at Hawaiian
Lodge, A. P. & A. M., at 7.30 to
night. . -
Oun astronomer states that there
is every indication of another kona
BEMEMiir.n the Honolulu Temper
ance organization meeting in the Ly
ceum this evening at 7 :30.
Tirr. athletic sports for New Year's
atternoon promiso to be a success.
Entries can be made- at this ofllce.
ArrucATioss for money orders on
the United States by the Alameda,
will be received at the Post-Office
until Monday at 3 o'clock.
' At the 'concert lns.t evening, Mrs.
Paty sang a beautiful soft accompani
ment to Mr. Bcrger's piano solo,
Mn. J. T. Watcrhouso, Jr., will
livo on pumpkin pic for the next few
days, as ho got a' fine pumpkin off
the Christinas tree last evening.
Messrs. Benson, Smith, and Co.
havo had a tremendous sale of their
Mailo Cologne durinj; the past ten
ilavs. A number of orders came
from tho coast.
To-morrow is tho feast of Holy
Innocents, intended to commemo
rate tho massacre of the children
'from two years old and under" at
The Teacher's Convention will
meet on Monday morning nt 10
t o'clock, in tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, and
' it is to bo hoped there will bo n good
Only two cases in the Polico Court
this morning. Hugh Morgan, for
drunkenness, forfeited bail of $C.
Kawelo, for assault and battery on
his wife, was fined $5 and costs.
The sale of the choice of ilsli fltalls
nt tlio market took place yesterday.
Mr. Waller obtained first clioico for
8100. Altogether, 21 stalls wcro
sold, realizing a little over $4,000.
I'kakk Illggins made yestcrdoy
(Dec. 20) 14 consecutive bull's
eyes and cnrricel'off n $2.00 prize at
Gibbcn's shooting gallery, Union
street. 00 i 21
Mit. Luther Wilcox bought a lot
of sprouting cocoa nuts, brought by
the schooner Jennie Walker, which
he intends planting for his grand
children to have the benefit of.
Mn. 1. C. Jones, Jr., got a pre
sent from the Christmas tree nt
Fort Street Church last evening.
It was a largo sized jumping jack,
and he was so tickled with it, that
lie went right home and played
with it for several hours before
Tin: steamer Kinau arrived at
Mnnlaca bay Tuesday evening, mak
ing the trip in C hours -13 minutes,
and beating the W. G. Hall by
thiity-two minutes, her time being
7 hours 15 minutes. The Kinau did
not stop at Luhaina but went direct
to Maalaca. .
Last evening about 5 o'clock, a
horse and wa6n fell over the em
bankment on Punchbowl street, a
distance of about seven or eight
feet. A Portuguese boy was in at
the time, and in falling was struck
by tho seat and ouo of the wheels.
Neither boy, horse nor wagon was
Messrs. Hoffschlacgcr & Co. arc
out with a new advertisement to-day,
which gives a long list of genuine
champagnes, brandies, gins, clarets,
liquors and beers, besides mention
ing somo fine Manila cigars. The
goods of this house arc so well
known for their superior quality
that any comment from us is
Prof. Greiner, a noted Bohemian
glass blower, may bo seen at work
every day in Campbell's block.
There are also tyo glass engines in
working order, and a life size figure
of a lady with a dress made of color
ed glass. His exhibition is well
worth a visit, as he will make any
thing you' nsk for out of glass.
On Christmas Day, the Bulletin
staff were the recipients of a splen
did box of fruit, nuts, etc., from
Mr. Z. K. Meyers, manager of the
California Provision & ProducoCo.,
for which he has their best thanks.
By every steamer ho receives all
kinds of fresh fruit, and it is in such
demand that you have to be right
on hand to be able to obtain any.
We have been shown this morn
ing, at store of M. Mclnerny, the
finest assortment of ladies, misses
and- children's boots, shoes and
slippers, just received and now
opening up, that we have ever seen
in any one store. The elegant
Eastern hand-made goods arc just
the class of goods that Mack always
keeps on hand, and which arc so
well known to every lady in tho
Kingdom. 901 3t
The following named olllccrs were
elected last evening, in Hawaiian
Council, No. 089, A. L. H. :
Commander, C. A. Brown; V.
Comdr.jEd. Tucker; Orator, Rev.
A. O. Forbes; Past Comdr., R. W.
Laino; Sccty., Jno. A. Palmer;
Collector, E.W.Peterson; Trcas.,
Chas. Ilustaco; Chaplain, J. D.
Alexander; Guitlo, Max Eckart;
Sentry, J. Asclic. Installation of
the abovo will take place Jan. ICtli.
Arout nine o'clock this morning a
horse attached to a wagon, belong
ing to a Chinaman, got away and
started down Nuuanu Valloy at a
fast pace, for town. When near
Capt. Hobron'a residence, tho wagon
came in contact with a telephone
pole, freeing the horso, which con
tinued its journoy, being eventually
stopped without damage. Tho wagon
was considerably shattered. Miss
Austin, who was driving in her
phaeton, and tho Rev. Mr. Oggel in
his carriage had a narrow escape,
saving themselves by suddenly turn
ing into tho Bishop's lane.
On Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
at the Esplanade near tho shore
battery, there will be a public ex
hibition of the Harden hand grenade,
for which Mr. Z. K. Myers ia sole
ngont for these Islands. This
valuablo invention is endorsed by
chiefs of fire departments, insurances
companies, and business men in all
part3 of tho world. Everyone in
town should witness tho exhibition.
Tin: Attorney-General lias made
charges of malfeasance in olllcc
against district justiccs.S. K. Mnhoc,
of Waialua, aud II. N. Kahuhi, of
Ewn, and also J. II. Barcnaba and
J. W. Kcliilio, who style themselves
nttorncys-nt-law,- and practise in the
Polico Court only. In Court this
morning, tho Chief Justice fixed
Fridny, January 9th, as the day of
hearing before tho full Coilrt. The
evidence will no doubt be very Inter
esting, and considerable crookedness
be brought to light.
Mr. Horn has tho thanks of our
staff for n plum pudding sent in
this morning, not necessarily for pub
lication, but as a guarantee! of his
esteem for the paper in which ho so li
berally advertises. All hands concur
m saying it was the most acceptable
matter contributed to our columns
for some time. The least wo can
do in return is to call attention to
his New Year's advertisement in
to-day's issue, which will without
doubt draw the whole town to buy
of his sumptuous stock of good
LAST NICHT'S CONCERT.
The testimonial concert tendered
to Mr. Chas. Hassclman by the
Symphony Club last evening at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall was a decided
success. The hall was well filled, a
gratifying evidence that tho services
Mr. Hassclman has rendered on
many occasions, when called upon,
were fully appreciated. Tho pro
gramme was an excellent one, and
closely listened to. Our limited
space compels us to bo brief in our
review. It was. quite a treat to hear
Mrs. Paty's sweet voice last evening.
Her selection was Esmeralda by
Levey, so finely rendered that she
was compelled to respond to a very
enthusiastic encore. It is to be
'regretted Miss Castle did uot play
Mrs. Paty's accompaniment, as it
was played so that it might have
been heard a mile away. Miss
Castle played in truo artistic style, a
piano Concerto by Hauptman, with
string quartette, and also played the
piano with the club throughout the
evening with her usual well-known
skill. A beautiful Sonata by
Mozart, arranged as a piano duct,
received a most musicianly rendering
at the hands of Miss Hopper and
Prof. Babcock. The last named
gentleman is not so well known in
our community as ho ought to be.
He is a thorough musician and a
most excellent teacher of the piano.
In his accompaniment to one of Mr.
Hassclman's numbers he gave us a
rich treat. It is useless to speak of
Mr. Yarndlcy's violin solo, it was
played faultlessly and redemanded.
Tho Club seemed to play better last
evening than usual, Liszt's " Die
Lorelcy" having been again ex
cellently played. Mr. Hassclman
was in fiuo voico and dcligljted his
hearers. His last number, Kuckcn's
Good Night, was deservedly En
cored, and with Miss Parko they
gave by request a vocal duct by
Campana. Wo hope the concert has
netted Mr. Hassclman a good round
sum, and wherever ho goes wo wish
him the greatest" success.
O'Brien, Democrat, has been
elected Mayor of 'Boston by 3,111
majority over Martin, Republican
and Citizens' candidate.
General Grant has consented to
judgment being entered against him
for $155,407, hi tho suit of William
II. Vandcrbllt for the recovery of a
loan of $150,000 made by plaintiff
to defendant several days prior to
tho failuro of Grant & Ward.
Olo S. Hanson was bound in
$1500 bonds before the U. S. Com
missioner in Salt Lake, for poly
gamy, and was taken to tho peniten
tiary in default, but aftcrwarels re
leased on bonds. Tho Church organ
denounced tho commitment as a
Building Lots for Sale.
EVEUAL b.ullding lots for sale or
rontat Kcimlumu, near tiicMuue-
lowal bridge, em the Ewa side of tlio
lano leading to AubtiuM oilnto. Easy
terms. Apply lo W. O. AOIII.
Law ofllco offy. R. Castle. 837 If ,t
OR GENTLEMEN ONLY. An
to MRS. TURNER,
COO ly b
At St. Andrews Cathedral tho Bis
hop preaches in the morning and
Rev. George Wallace in tho evening.
At the Bethel Union Church, Dr.
Damon will preach in tho morning.
Subject: "Goel's ownership in man."
Ezckicl xviii., 4. At half-past 7
o'clock in the evening tho Kev. K.
C. Oggel will preach on "The clos
ing year and its teachings." All aie
There will be a reception of new
members, and tho administration of
the Lord's Supper at Fort Street
Church to-morrow morning. In the
evening tho Sunday School will give
a Christmas Concert and Praise Ser
vice, entitled "Following tho Star."
There will also bo recitations by
pupils of the school aud an address
by the pastor. The hour of even
ing service is changed from half-past
seven o'clock to seven. All are in
vited to attend.
A. L. Smith has just received per
steamer " Alameda," his new and
elegant stock of Christmas goods,
all of which arc now ready for
inspection and sale. Among tho
numerous and varied stock, arc,
scrap books; in yrcat variety, plush
and velvet dressing cases, very fine,
bill books, purses, girls' work boxes,
very choice, flower baskets, clothes
baskets, a new lino of brackets,
whisk broomholelers, doll carriages,
picture cord, picture wire, hand
bells, tracing wheels, both singlo
and double, individual castors, cako
boskets, card receivers, child's sets
of knife, fork ami 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 lino of
pocket knives, and an especial line
of ladies pocket knives, also scissors,
and ah elegant assortment of Christ
mas cards, that must be seen to be
appreciated at his store opposite
E. O. Hall & Son, on Fort street.
OoLtntco to Let.
A Cottage, nearly new, with
two rooms, ami fiont and
back verandah, with water
laid oii,8tandlngm well-shaded grounds
near Kawaiahao Church, will bo rented
at a reasonable rate. Enquire of
002 tf S. B. DOLE.
Maps of Honolulu,
IN SECTIONS-Showlng buildings,
water pipes, street lines, hydrants,
&c. For salo by
M. D. MONSARBAT,
203 lw Gazette Building.
AWAY FROM WA1KA1IALULU,
Saturday evening, the 20th Inst.,
the bay horso called ' ROMEO," bc
i.i.w.ini n ir if ir iim iiIiipiuj t.UIii.
okafan?, known by n whites mark on each
hind foot and a white spot on tho foie
head, In company with a small black
horse with a very shoit tall, letter O on.
the righf-lilnel leg, whites spot on tho
back. Anyone returning these horses
to her residence on Beretania street
will bo suitably rewarded. l)02tf
TO THE" LADIES!
EPYAT, the well-known ladles'
hair-dresser, of San Francisco,
takes much pleasuro In announcing to
tho ladles of this city and vicinity, that
ho Is prepared to do all kinds of halr
woik. Combings made Into Switches,
Langtry, Coquette, Daisy, Opera, Sara
toga waves. &e. Ladles' haircut, cuiled
and shampooed. Hair dressed In latest
styles, viz : Pompadour, Sevlgne, Lang
try, &o., &c, l Klehard St.
rpiID UNDERSIGNED request that
JL in future all accounts ngalnst them
bo presented promptly nt tho end of
each month, whether owed by them
personally, or as trustocs, guardians,
executors or ngents. BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 1C, 1681. 804 2w
Dwelling IloiiNc to Let.
The premises now occupied
liv .Tiwlfrn Mf-Pulli- nil Beri--
&m tnnia street. In Kuloakahua,
will be rented after the 1st of February,
885, at reasonable rates. The house is
omiuodious, u ml tho outhouses con-
cnlcnt. Tho grounds nro well planted
with trees and shrubs. Enquire of
002 tf 8. B. DOLE.
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'h
Bank, and will be happy to nttend
to any business entrusted to his care.
' 802 Qui
For Salo or Exchange.
GOOD SIDE.BAR TOP BUGGY
with carriaaclamps, robe and
whip; or, will exchange for nn A.l
80 tf Apply at this ofllce.
A COTTAGE containing four
Amnmu u'lfh rmntrv mill kltftllPtl
SEiUtnchurt mill surrounded by n
nice little 'garden can bo obtained by
npplylng on the premises situated on.
Punchbowl ttrcct, u few steps below
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
lu town. Ofllce, Quccu st. 16
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS 1
On or about December 1st,
" TEMPLE OF
01 and 03 Fort Street, opposite
Lycan & Go's lew Aifliceinent
Having disposed of all our
3ST(XW OFFERING A2T
Entirely New Stock of Hollflay Gooils,
of pvury description, lower than any other house; in Hono
lulu. All the goods thai we have now on hand
were seleeteel in person by our Mr. "NY.
Ct. Wood, in San Francisco,
for tho Xmas trade,
and comprise a complete assortment of everything to .be;1)
found in tiny first-class Music, Toy, or
Fancy Goods Store.
LYCAN k CO.,
Honolulu, Dec. !), 1881.
llg&s The Corner Harness Store
Large Invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been received by me, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same (piality of Goods can bo purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction cuarantced. Sty stock consists of all kinds of 'A31K1IIOAX,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Sags, &c.,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plates.
The) reputation or my HOME-MADE HAKNESS for superiority of workmanship
and muteiiiil remains unchallenged during my slv years' residence here.
Thankful for the generous patronage or tho past, Its continuance and increase in
the futuro is rcspccttully solicited nt tho old stand.
Havo received ex Mariposa,
Swiss Cheese. Cala. Grapes & Pears,
Finn Cala Apple-), Drleel Fig, Smyrna Fig, Wild Hare, em icu; -:
Drieel Cherries, French Prunes, C.ila Fresh Uoll Butter, ",
l'ickled Boll Butter, Cibels' Extract Beef, y. pints Chutnoy, v
Eastern Oysters, in tin and shell; Fresh Cala Salmon, on ice, i
Celery, Cauliflower, Spiced Lambs' Tongues, In small jars; i
Gcrmca for brcakingt, Cape Cod Cranberries,
An el n full line of Fi'chIi Staple JrocerIcs.
Island Orders solicited. ' Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (702
J. F, BROWN,
Special attention given to Surveying
In Honolulu and vicinity.
Records searched, and plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
0fficer Room No. 5, upstairs
Campbell's Block, Foil St.
POl ! ' POI !
Families anil othets In want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho sumo In epiniitlties to
suit by leaving orders and con-
IT. 15. OA.fJ
At Pacific Navigation" Co.'s Building,
801 Queen street. tf
the New Bank Building.
. OODHOV &s CO.
old stock at auction, "vve are m
10S aid 107 Fort Street.
WW IIWI WlllljWWW
wl Mf -i3 -. L- v2 iC
Still to the Front !
of 'Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. I.
& Llbby's canvas covered dried Bccf,
Hay and Grain
woi.Fr. a HinvAitim
Havo on hand, and ares receiving by
:holro Hay, OntM, ltrnn, raiiinl mill
Whole- Ilm-Iry, Crnrkt-el unit Whole'
Corn, Wlu-nt, !., etc., etc.
Which they offer at tho
Lowest Market Rates.
Goods dellveieel FREE OF CHARGE.
tvoM'i: a. i:mvAiuH,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
Telephone No. 1110. . 8071m
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso "Business prompt
ly, carefully and accuratoly
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St
Telephone) 172 P. 0. Box 315.