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THURSDAY, DEC. 10," 1883.
Uk T It Foster from PoitTownsond
Slmr Lchua from Windward Pom
Slmr Jus Mal.ro fiom Kiipnii
Sclir lCaiilkcaoull horn Kohala
Hell!- Mamiokaual for Koolau
Sehr Ifuwnilant for Koolau
Sclir Sarah .V. Ella fur Koolnii
Stinr lualaul for llmnuku:i
StmrJas Makcu for Kapaa uiul Wnl-
Sclir !Mary Foster for Walntea
Sclir lCaiilkcaoull for ICohala
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Vlctoiln Cro, Robcitson
llclnc Consuelo. Cousins
Ilk T K Foster, Ktigg
Ilk ElMnore. Junks
Tern Eva, Wlekinan
Bktnc Mary Wlnkclmnn, llaoktis
Ilk Lizzie 1 1 cilnk', Ircilnle
Ilk O 11 BMiop, Walter
Stmr das Makco brought 1S3 bag' of
paddy. She alls to-moiiov afteinoon
for Kapaii via Waianae.
Stmr Loliua biought IlOO bags of
The sebr Mary Foster is loading coal
for Walmea, Kauai.
The bark T It Foster was towed Into
poit yesterday afteinoon. She is :ill
days from Port Townsend with 00S.81-I
ft of lumber and 200,000 shingles. She
is consigned to Brewer .feCo and Is now
docked at Allen & Robiuon's wharf.
The Foster was off Coco Head ycstci day
noon when the tug Klcu was despatched
with Pilot Melniyic to tow her In.
When the tug was this side of Diamond
Head the wind was fiom tin; south while
on the other side of the above point it
was a dead calm. A few minutes after
one o'clock the T It Footer was taken in
tow, ai riving within the bay about "
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Sun Lewis & Co.'s new double
A showehy morning followed by
n glorious afternoon, is lo-day's
Mn. Tcwksbury gave a birthday
party at his residence the oilier day,
when a jolly time was had.
Christmas and New Year's have
been proclaimed public holidays 03'
the Minister of the Interior.
Tin: Royal Band gave the inmates
of the Kakaako leper hospital the
usual monthly concert yesterday
E. P. Adams & Co. had a veiy
successful cash sale this morning,
clearing out a large consignment of
feed and other staples.
The office of the Superintendent
of the Honolulu Water "Works has
been moved to the building "Kapu
aiwa," in the Government park.
Tin: monthly meeting of the
Bethel Union Sunday school will be
held at 7.30 this evening, in Mr. S.
M. Damon's house, Nuiianu Valley.
A itr.wAitD of $500 is offered for
the detection of the person or per
sons who set fire to the Star Mill
trash houses, Koliala, lately burned.
To-MOitow at ten o'clock, Mr.
Levey holds a sale of jewelry, that,
being without reserve, will probably
be characterized by good bargains.
Tin: Government carpenter lias
his hands full, lie is repairing the
King's boat-house, building a scow
and erecting a house for the Mar
Bethel street was cleaned by the
contractor this morning. King street,
out Palama way, was cleaned within
the past few days. On some streets
see Merchant the old style of
leaving the mounds of dirt standing
until they are scattered again is still
A vkuy commendable project is
announced in an advertisement, that
of making up a box of Christmas
gifts for the aillictcd denizens of the
Molokai Leper Settlement. It will
doubtless receive a response credit
able to tho proverbial Christian
charity of the community.
. . .
Hox. W. C. Parke has made
investigations regarding the estate
of L. A. Andrews, bankrupt, of
which ho w assigned, the result be
ing that the Inncl to lie sold by him
in that mutter, at Makawao on tho
17th hist., proves to have an area
three times as great as that mention
ed in the posters.
Puksuu Kibling of the steamer
Lehua reports having seen a largo
water spout on Tuesday last, be
tween Kahoolawe and Lauai, travel
ing to tho westward. Tho Volcano
is apparently very active, tho re
flection being visible at llilo, also
several miles out at sea. The wea
ther was very lino at Ilamakua.
AuAUMtr horso, hitched to a bag
gage express and driven by a China
man, took possession of Fort street
in front of Nolte's this morning.
After vaiu attempts at coaxing tho
animal to go, aomo suggested club
bing the horse with one of the
Beaver sausages, when llio beast, as
though awaio of tho formidable
nature of the pioposed weapon,
started for up town at a lively gait.
Christmas sales will make the
coining forlhnighl inoic than usually
lively for the" knights of the ham
mer. Lyons & Cohen have a largo
lot, of Geo. W. Macfarlane & Co.'q
famous goods to dispose of Saturday
night. Y. P. Ailnins & Co. follow
with an evening sale on Monday, and
slock fiom Mnofnt kino's on Wednes
day next. To keep up with the
"going" business, tho public will
have to keep an eye open for posters
and tho newspaper columns.
Missus. IS. O. Hall & Son arc out
on time with their calendar for 188G.
The card on which the separate
months are mounted contains a
calendar of the last six months of
this year, the whole of next, and
tho first half of 1887. Adorning the
usual gilt clasp is a silver medal,
that bears the Hawaiian coat of
arms encircled with the national
motto. This firm's calendars have
always been in great favor for piac
tical use, and tho one just issued is
the best yet.
It has been ascertained from a re
liable source that some of the sheep
brought to market and sold arc from
Kapalama, where they have fed on
the same ground on which horses
with glanders roamed and were
afterwards shot. If tho sheep ate
the grass where the putrid flesh of
horses infected with glanders lay,
it is to be feared there is danger of
the disease being transmitted to tho
mutton, thence to the caters of it.
Since the publication of the fact that
ceitaiu hogs fed on horses that died
from glanders, some people, though
hitherto fond of pork, have given
up hog's flesh entirely. If they have
also to eschew mutton, with the poor
vegetable supply of our market,
there is nothing left but a diet of
fish and poi, alternated with cracked
wheat, oatmeal and rice. Not so
bad living, after all.
Mn. W. S. Hanks, agent for
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, is
the latest victim of tho predatory
element for sonic time past running
riot with other people's property.
His house is on Berctania street,
near Alapai, and the kitchen and
pantry are situated at the end of a
wing extending back from the main
building. During last night the
premises were invaded and a
variety of household provisions and
groceiics, estimated altogether to
bo worth twenty-live dollars, was
carried off. Entry was effected,
apparently, by a sliding door in the
side of tho kitchen, but the end
door of the apartment was also
found open this morning. Mr.
Hanks was kept awake until an
early hour this morning, by neu
ralgic trouble, and believes ho would
have heard the robbers had they
come before he fell asleep. There
fore he thinks the robbery was done
shortly before dawn. Fortunately
the thieves overlooked the silver,
which was left, contrary to practice,
in the culinary apartments.
Cai't. McGregor of the schooner
Manuokawai reports the following
news. Heavy rains with frequent
squalls prevailed at Punaluu, Koo
lau, all of Saturday and Sunday,
and Monday morning last. A
Chinaman at Laie lost about 8-1,000
in rice during the recent heavy
winds. The seed of the plant was
not entirely ripe and the winds
divested the shrub of all its fruit.
Apana, another Chinaman at Puna
luu, lost three or four hundred dol
lars about the same time and in tho
same way. A third Chinaman was
cutting down his rice on Sunday to
save it from being blown away.
Several natives watched him and
afterwards had him arrested for
working on the Sabbath, getting
twenty-five cents each as witnesses,
while the Chinaman was fined by
the Court and suffered a loss of
about SI, 000 damages to his rico
crop by tho wind. At Laie, the
Mormon settlement, they are cut
ting sugar cane and will have sugar
ready for shipment about Friday
next. The Kaneoho mill is grind
ing. The wind at Koolau Tuesday
was from the N. W. and N. N. IS.
and very light. ,
Fiiksh Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Mcllcr & Ilalbo's Con
F'ltr.sn Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mcllcr
& iialbe's Confectionery. 177
New style mouldings, picture
frames and cornices made to order
at King Bos.' Art Store. 197 Ul
A ritACTici: meeting of the Choral
and Quintette Club will bo held, at
7.J50 this evening, in the Gymna
sium. Toys & Dolls, given away this
Satutday,Dec. 1:2,1885, at the Popu
lar Millinery House N. S. Sachs,
proprietor, 101 Fort si. 107 3t.
Doxt spend money for Dolls &
Toys, when you can get them for
nothing at Sachs' this Saturday,
Dec. 12, 1885. Come early and have
first choice. 197 at.
"Tun interest money received by
the Mutual Life in the year 1881
was 65, OIL', 00 1. 0.1, or more than
Sia,800 a day. it lacked but little
of being sulllcient to pay all the
death losses for the entire year". It.
Foil Svi.r. Fresh Mince Pies daily
at -'5 cents each, at Horn's Pionccr
Sleani Candy Factory & Bakery.
Fiesh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
every day, 50cts. per pound, at
( HOKN'S PIONlSElt STEAM
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
tf I BAKERY.
Ladii:s I Those elegant ladies,
misses and children's rcal Balbrig
gan Hosiery are now open and
ready for inspection. Ladies, whose
orders had been forwarded for these
fine goods, will now please call and
have their parcels delivered to them.
195 2w M. McInuiiny.
AT the matinee given at the Cri
terion Theatre on Wednesday, Oct.
2.1th, by tho Princess of Wales'
branch of the National Aid Society,
the Honorary Secretary presented
to her Koyal Highness, on entering
the royal box, and to the Princess
who accompanied her, pretty bas
kets, decorated with cherry blos
soms and the colors of the society,
containing silver bottles of Cherry
Blossom Perfume, as souvenirs of
the occasion. The design engraven
on each bottle was sketched for the
society by her Royal Highness. A
small bottle of the same was also
presented to every lady present.
Her Royal Highness has expressed
her sincere thanks to Messrs. John
Gosiicll & Co. This most exquisite
of perfumes is now on sale at the
store of M. Mclncrny. 195 2w
"SWEETS FOR THE SWEET."
That would be a terrible financial
crisis when the children could not
be afforded an occasional nibble of
sweetmeats. Anybody who visits
the Pioneer Candy Factory of Mr.
Horn will have all apprehensions of
such a dismal period dissipated.
Where the raw material is pure
white sugar, a depression in the
Hawaiian staple is not altogether an
unmixed evil for such an establish
ment. Mr. Horn claims to be an
adept in sixteen branches of the
candy-making and pastry-cooking
arts. A Bulletin reporter dropped
in on him the other day and caught
him up to his eyes in a veritable
fairy broth of candies, which ho was
turning out by the hundredweight
for the holiday trade. During the
previous two days Mr. Horn said he
had made 1,390 pounds of candy.
Each batch turned out of the seeth
ing caldron ranged from 80 to 90
pounds, and it was surprising to sec
the rapidity with which it was trans
formed from the gold-colored mass
deposited on the huge marble slab
first by vigorous pulling into a
cream-colored, waxy substance ;
then into ropes with variously tinted
strands, and finally, passing through
reciprocal moulded rollers, into
many fanciful designs, calculated to
enchant the youngster's sparkling
eye for the brief moment ere it dis
appears beneath the dimpled checks.
More elaborate figures are made by
casting in plaster moulds, of which
this establishment has an endless
variety, capable of being indefinitely
increased, Mr. Horn making them
himself. In the gorgeous display
made in his show window, ho has
the King's Own, armed and uni
formed, in countless array, and a
vast zoological collection of horses,
cattle, clogs, goats, etc. It struck
the reporter that some of the un
popular politicians could make
themselves "go down" very readily
with, at least, the juvenile portion
of the community, by having their
effigies struck in Hawaiian sugar by
Mr. Horn. Willi only one assistant
the proprietor of the "Pioneer"
declares he works as big batches
as are manipulated in the largest
candy factories abroad. Ho offers
the trade confectionery of his own
manufacture, inquantiti es from one
quarter of a pound to a thousand
pounds, at the very shortest notice.
The Pioneer Candy factory and
Bakery ranks, as a producing estab
lishment, among the lending indus
tries of Honolulu, and, with true
worldly wisdom, tho proprietor is
not sparing of expense in keeping
his business constantly before the
public in the columns of.' the Daily
The Belgians lead tb.c way in tho
matter of humanity to convicts.
Eugene T'Kint, the hero of the
great Bank of Belgium robberies,
has been authorized lo let his hair
and beard grow as a preparation for
resuming his position in extra-mural
society throe months hence.
It is said that England has be
tween 300,000 and 400,000 cyclists.
This explains why she no longer
ranks among tho great Powers of
There sire now six times as many
lunatics in Paris as in 1801, although
thcru arc only three times as many
It ef en lug to the stntcincut In the
Picss this, niorulug, that tho who lath
ing being put In tho now station house
by. K. B. Thomas is tho first of that
aitlcle ever used hero, wo have to say
that we put who lathing in the Ooveni
lnent building Kapualwa, about two
years ago. Fiuther the tools urd in
pulling up the wlic lath refi'iroil to
above belong to thl establishment.
IIONOI.ULL STKAM IM.ANIXt?
M1I.I.S. 11)7 at
FROM and after this date Jlr. O. IC.
MlLLtilt will attend to my sub.
scriptiou book agency.
Olltf WILLIAM CLARK.
" It is More Blessed to Give
than to Receive."
ALL Persons willing to contribute
articles to a Christmas Box for tho
Leper Settlement on Molokai, will please
forward their gifts to Mr. Henry Water
house's store on Queen Street: Mrs. .Tas.
A. Hopper's, King Street, or Mrs.
Lowers', Wnlkiki, before Saturday, liltli
Call and Sec for Yourself!
Now Ready and for Sale at
IT. Horn's Pionocr
STEAI CANDY FACTORY
3,000 Pounds of Plain and Fancy,
Of the most varied assoitmcnt, and
guaranteed all made personally by
Practical Confectioner & Pastry Cook.
MUSTER & CO.
ITavc ICcmovel io
illOlllllI CillTlilp CO.,
COllNKIt KINO AND NUUANU RTS.
Carriages can bo obtained atlho above
Stand by ringing up
Bell Telephone, -Mutual
Good Rigs and Careful Drivers.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire & Marine Insur'oo Agents.
Tho New I'.iiclniul
MUTUAL LIFE INS. COMP'Y,
The JEtna Fire Insurance Co.,
of Hartford, Conn.
The Union Vivn mid
Marine Insurance Co.,
of Ran Francisco, Cala.
J. W. HINCLEY,
k .Formerly of tho Pioneer Cigar rac
1 ury, has moved into tho front part of
I alio Crystal Soda Works, whero ho is
i ijiri'parcil 10 nil ihi iiuiere ui uiu iuwl'su
' 72?" Island orders
I tprmnptly llllttl.
P, 0, B0X3IG, ESTABLISHED 130. Tolefihono I7f. M
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Kcal Ktalo Agent,
Yvllifoi'.s Steamship Agent,
Great iluriiuglon Italliond Agent
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
jov Goods, Pfew Goods,
Just Received a Full Line of
Fancy & Staple Groceries.
IST Goods ilellveicd to all parts of tho Town and satisfaction guaranteed l
V. O. BOX 207. TELEPHONE 240.
New Light on the Subject !
JUST RECEIVED, FROM BOSTON, EX 1JARK MARTHA DAVIS,
Downer's Kerosene Oil : : : : 150
Electric Kerosene Oil : : : : : ISO
Superior Kerosene Oil : : : : 130
All the above Oil Is Piir.sn and ooon, nnd will be sold at reil or in
lots to suit, at low rates. Also,
OBSESS S CAJRI M-TOJEIEJS,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. Resides the above, a large variety of Eastern
Goods used by all Stoics and Plantations, all of which will bo sold nt reasonable
prices by (ISO lin) 13. O. HALL & SON, (Limited).
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OP FASHION.
To be Sold Cheap, from
Hazel Wood Farm I
Raisins & Peaches,
Natural Dried Fiuil.
No Chemicals Used.
Dried by Radintccl Heat !
J. T. WATEUllOUSE,
02 2w Queen Street.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Just received by the Martha Davis.
C2T Send your orders in early to in.
sure a supply. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
Queen Street. 181 tm
A Few Pairs of the above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from San Francisco.
Will bo sold at
JLicrw DPi'iccs !
M. S. jMcOlieKiiey !to Son.
Itcnntify your Homes for
XffiAS & NEW YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Iccoi'ntioiiH& Btonlors, etc.
Just leccivcd from Now York
and Uoston by
iEWisrcs & COOKE.
C. IS. &XXIJUE0R,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
15 Itlerr.Imiit Street, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Magoon,
will attend to all matters of business for
tho residents of tho Hawaiian Islands
who may need an Agenl.
1 do not eonlliu! myself nlono lo tho
BiisiucbH Houses, but also to thu domes,
tie class who would wish mo to attend
lo any matter of business, etpceially to
making pm chases cither in Honolulu
or San Francisco, in any lino of General
To tho Business Houses I will give
mvraroful attention in nil matters per.
talniug to General Business, z: Ad.
justing and Collecting Accounts, Distri
button of BillM and Ciiculars, Custom
House Eutrh'h, Buying nnd Renting
Real Estate and Personal Properly.
XST All Legal Documents will bo
rarofully and neatly drawn up by Mr.
J. A. Magoon.
1 will attend loll matters entrusted
to my caro in a careful, courteous and
neat manner, and with quick dispatch.
Agent fr lClinltiicr As Co. Red Hubbcr
Telephone ; P. O. Box lilt.
Honolulu, II. X.
CuMom House Itrokcr,
Mmiiifriir Hnwflllnii Onnr.i ttmiQn.
Fin- and Life insurance Agent,
THE undersigned beg leave to inform
the public that they have opened
an olllcc at
Konm 13, CnmpbcU'H Block,
(Up Stairs), MERCHANT 8T.,
General Business Agents,
Vre mnko a Specialty of Book-keeping,
Collecting, Custom-llouso Broker
age and Shipping and Receiving
Vc are also prepared to take inven.
torics of Bankrupt Stock anywhere in
the Kingdom and gunrsiutce accurato
returns, we arc also preparcu 10 iur
nish Tourists with guides and give roll
able information in regnrd to route of
travel and places of interest on any of
tho Islands or tho group.
With strict attention to business and
prompt returns to those who may in
trust their business to us, we solicit a
share of patronage.
EST All Legal Documents drawn up by
an experienced Lawyer.
NOBLE, HARE & CO.
EX S. H. MARlPO!rA,lJAT
J. T. fat
170 QUEEN STREET STORE, lm
Light! Light! Light!
Just Arrived, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sate by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
PATENT BOILER FLOUR.
MESSRS. CASTLE COOKE have
just received a consignment of
this lino quality of Flour, and will sell
in quantities to suit purchasers. 177 lm
Christmas & to Year's
Messrs. 0, W. Macfarlane & Co,
beg to nnnounro that they will hold
Christmas Sales v
of Fancy Goods thlH year.
EST" For particulars us to dattH, etc;,v v,
uo future mlverlibomcnla. 179 V M n
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