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SATURDAY, )KC. 12,"l88S.
Bktiio KIlkltnL from Port Townsond
Bgtuo.ID Spreekcls fioin San FrancWco
Stmr Kinau from Wliuhvnul Ports
Stmr Likclll.u from Knhuliii
Slinr Kilaiicn Hon from Windward 1'oiU
Schr ltob Hoy from Koolau
Slmr Jus 1 Dow suit from Moloknl
i I iniiamiw mi "
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Likelike for Kahulul
Stmr Lrlum for "Wliuhvnul I'orls
Sehr Malolo for Lnupahochoo
Schr Domltlla for Hllo
.Schr Rob Hoy for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk 'Victoria Cros, Kobcitson
Bgtno Oonsuolo. Couius
Bk 'J' H Foster. Hugg
Ilk EWlnnru, .lonks
Torn Evil, Wlokimin
ltktnc alary Wlukclinaii, Backus
llkl.l27.lu Irednle, Irednle
Ilk O K Blhop, Walter
From Kaliului, pur stmr Likelike.
December 12 L McCully, Haul Xoit
mann, A S Cleghorn ami servant, C 11
Makco, II It Smvtlic, Dr Koshltn. O
Xnkayanm, Mis 13 Member, O 11 Wal
lace, 0 11 Dickey, F 1. Stolz, O Wilcox,
1 Chinaman ami i"(! deck.
From Windward Port", per stmr Kl
liau, Dec 12 lion S (1 Wilder, J A
Cummins, J F Gllllllan. Thos Bucha
nan. .PVlerra. C O Webl), lion .1 Xa
wahi, J Coerper, ,T C Hilton, Mrs Malia
Ivaltai, Mrs A Uor.scadden, U H Ewart
and wife, Lee Fat. Mls Labapa, Gov .1
O Domlnls lion Cecil Brown, C O Ber
ber, F II lluysclden, .1 A G Jackson, W
A Klnnev, W Y Horner, J 11 Jones and
2 children, and ffl deck.
The stmr Kinau brought :i.2"i bags of
sugar, 107 bides, 1 horse, and 100 pkgs
The Kinau arrived early this morning.
She sails on Tuesday at 4 p m.
Stmr Kilauca lion arrived tills morn
ing from Windward Forts with 2,SU0
bags of sugar. The captain reports line
weather at llamakua but terrilio winds
in the channel last night.
The Eva will llnlsh discharging her
lumber on Monday next. She will load
sugar for San Francisco.
Stmr I.cliua sails on Monday at noon.
The Consuelo received sugar from the
stmr Hall this morning and will sail for
San Francisco about Tuesday next.
Stmr Likelike brought -100 bags of
sugar. She sails on Monday at 5 p in.
The schr Malolo that arrived yester
day from the South will run on the
inter-island trade again, sailing on Mon
day next for Laupahoehoo and other
Vice - President Wricks
!News has been received by
the briganiine J.D.Spreckels,
that Mr. Hendricks, Yice
Presid't o the United States,
died at Annapolis, Md., on
the 2dth of November.
The King- of Spain is also
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: steamer Mokolii is expected
to arrive this evening.
Gosi'i:i. temperance meeting in
the Bethel Union vestry this even
PuRsr.u Smith of the steamer
Likelike reports fearful winds at
Kaliului from all points of the com
pass. . .--.
Mauy Kemahaluai ran away from
her husband some time in November,
for which she was called up, this
morning, before the Police Court,
and ordered to return.
A TCi.r.riioxK man says the wind
was raging so severely this morning
in some places that the words were
blown off the wires before thoy could
reach their destination.
Tin: steamer St. Paul is supposed
to have left San Francisco .for this
port seven days ago to-day. Uipt.
Fuller expects her to-morrow. Ho
says the wind at sea is pretty fresh,
and it is in favor of the steamer.
A until) oi,Aiti: in the northern sky,
between nine tnd ten o'clock last,
night, made the whole town besiege
'Central." In a few minutes a
message was received from Kaneoho,
stating that the iljuminatiou was
caused by burning ' trash on the
New games tviLl be introduced in
the billiard rooms of the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening. A new carom
table has been placed in position,
and is said to be a very line as well
as costly piece of furniture. A
clam chowder will also be one of the
events of the evening.
Mil. J. Guilleman, a young French
man, and Mr. D. M. Gedge, both
recently employed at G. W. Macfnr
lane & Co.'s, took passage by tho
bark Southern Chief this afternoon
for Hongkong. The Southern Chief
has 38-' Chinese on board from
Victoria, B. C, for Hongkong.
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A new departure has heeu taken
by the Pacific Navigation Company,
in importing natives of tho' South
Sea Tslaiuls, to lake the place of
Hawaiians as sailors to man their
vessels. Twenty-one natives of
Rakaliaiigu niul Manakiki were
brought yesterday by the schooner
Two trips ago of the steamer
Likelike, while a few thousand
dollars were being sent ashore,
one bag containing livu hundred
dollars in silver fell overboard.
Xntivc divers went down for it and
Mr. Terrill, marine diver, in his
rubber suit, also searched for the
treasure, but nil without success.
Tun ladies assembled at the Yose
mite Kink last evening in fair num
bers to" ballot for a tin key, to danco
and to skate. After every lady had
tried her luck at drawing the prize,
it was announced that Miss Hatch
was the winner. To-night the five
niiic challenge race takes place and
Mr. Wall extends a general invita
tion to the fair sex.
Tin: King and Queen, and Prin
cesses Poomaikelani and Liliuoka
lani took the steamer Mokolii from
Lahaina to Maalaea Hay, Thurstlaj"
night. On arrival at the landing
yesterday morning the royal party
were received by an anvil salute of
twenty-one guns. Mr. "W. II. Corn
well was on hand with a carriage,
and conveyed the ladies to Wailiiku.
At the regular monthly meeting
last evening, the Myrtle Boat Club
elected the following ofllcers for the
ensuing year : President, C. J.
McCarthy; Vice-President, "W. C.
King; Secretary, G. K. Wilder;
Treasurer, A. M. Ilcwett ; Captain,
Oscar Branch; Trustees, Bruce
Cartwright, C. II. Purdy, E. A.
Jones ; Investigating Committee, A.
W. Carter, W. F. Love, C. Purdy.
Duiun'o the darkest hours of last
night while the wind was howling
mournfully, Mr. J. Welsh, assisted
by several policemen, prowled about
the dark corners back of the Key
stone Saloon and Foster's harness
shop, with dark-lanterns, looking
for a supposed burglar. Mr. Welsh
had heard a peculiar noise during
the night, and suspected burglars.
He called for the police and they
all came, but only to go on a wild
Lyons & Cohen have everything
in readiness for their grand Christ
mas sale tiiis evening. The door
ways are festooned with Hags, and
a gorgeous picture is presented in
the large variety of rich goods, ar
ranged with skill. The walls arc
hung in bright-colored textile fab
rics, while dishes, toys, statuary,
and a large variety of beautiful
bric-a-brac cover an extensive area
of table space. Special accommo
dation will be provided for the com
fort of ladies attending the sale.
Frksh Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Mcller & Halbe's Con
Fnusit Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Meller
& Halbe's Confectionery. 177
New style mouldings, picture
frames and cornices made to order
at King Bos.' Art Store. 197 3t
Toys & Dolls, given away this
Saturday, Dec. 12,1885, at the Popu
lar Millinery House N. S. Sachs,
proprietor, 101 Fort st. 197 3t.
Doxt spend money for Dolls &
Toys, when you can get them for
nothing at Sachs' this Saturday,
Dee. 12, 1885. Come early and have
first choice. 197 3t.
Fou S.vr.i: Fresh Mince Pies daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
Fresh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
every day, 50ets. per pound, at
( HORN'S PIONEER STEAM,
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
Ladies ! Those elegant ladies,
misses and children's real Balbrig
gan Ilosiery 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. MclNEltNY.
The Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of New York, paid last week
to the estate of Adolphus Adler, of
Lancaster City, who died two months
ago, S 10,025 on two policies of in
surance of 85000 each. The policies
had been carried thirty years and
Mr. Adler had paid in a trillc over
53200, from which tho 810,000 was
realized. (Jlarlon, New Holland,
Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. 199
-I..,.,.. t in i ii
At the matinee given at the. Cri
terion Theatre on Wednesday, Oct.
25th, by the Princess of Wales'
branch of the National Aid Society,
tho Honorary Secretary presented
to her Royal Highness, on entering
the royal 'box, and to tho 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
tho occasion. The design engraven
on each bottle was sketched for tho
same was also
her sincere thanks to
Gosnell & Co. This
of perfumes is now
store of M. Mclnerny
on sale at the
195 2 w
SECOND DISTRICT COURT.
The session of the Second Distridt
Court at Lahaina rose on Thursday
last. Judge McCully and Attorney
General Neumann, with other mem
bers of the bar, took passage by the
Mokolii for Maalaea Bay, where they
cmbaikcd on the Likelike, reluming
to town by the latter this morning.
In the liana murder ease, tho
jury retired at 0 o'clock on Tuesday
evening, returning to Court at 10.30
with a verdict of manslaughter in
the second degree. The prisoner
was sentenced, on the following
day, to five years' imprisonment at
hard labor. Kauhane, the convict,
it will be remembered, killed another
native named Waiwai and seriously
wounded two others, by stabbing,
in a drunken brawl at a place about
nine miles from liana plantation,
Maui, on the 13th of Juno last.
Momona, the leper who fatally
wounded acting sheriff Kanohooahau
and his assistant and nephew, Kai
mulau, at Kalaupapa Leper Settle
ment, Molok.il, on the 29th of Octo
ber last, pleaded guilty of man
slaughter in the first degree, and
was sentenced to ten years' impri
sonment. Lohiloa, who was acces
sory to the crime, also pleaded
guilty, and was given two and a
half years' imprisonment. Their
victims died shortly after the mur
derous assault upon them, both
being buried together.
The Attorney-General prosecuted
in both the above cases. Mr. W. A.
Kinney defended Kauhane, ahd Mr.
John Richardson appeared for the
THE KAUMAKAPILI SOCIABLE.
Last evening's sociable by the
Kaumakapili Church Y. M. C. A.
was very successf ully carried out.
There was a large attendance of
members and guests. Mr. Henry
Waterhousc gave an opening d
drcss, in which he asserted the
value of such gatherings for creat
ing more sociability among young
Hawaiians. He introduced the Gen
eral Secretary of the Association,
who brieily addressed the gather
ing, and was followed by a Sa
moan, who spoke and sung in his
native tongue, affording general
amusement. lion. J. M. Kapena
gave the main speech, recounting
his recent American tour. Rev. J.
Waiamau, pastor of the church, and
Rev. S. Waiwaiolc each addressed
the company in pleasant terms.
Both the King's Own and Queen's
Own were guests of the occasion,
mustering in goodly numbers. The
choir and string band from the Ka
waiahao congregation were present,
helping very creditably in the cn
livenment of the occasion. Refresh
ments completed the very enjoyable
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 7 :30. The
following is the programme:
Overture Titus Mozart
March Tannhauser Wagner
Waltz Vienna Uon-llons Strauss
Dance The Aborigines Tours
Selection Carmen Bizet
Mazurka On tho Weekar Sehlay
Y. M. 0. A. Bible class for young
men at 0.li5 a. m. Gospel praise service
at 07.10 l. si. Welcome to all.
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
High mats at 10 A. si. Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament at-l i si.
Bethel Unio.v Chukoii. Rev. E.
C. Oggel, pastor. Preaching morning,
on, "Christ's Descent Into Hell;" even
ing, "Tho Wonderful Love of God."
Fokt Stueet Church. Rev. J. A.
Cruzan, pastor. Services at 11 morn
ing, and 7.!10 evening. Subject in the
evening, "The Story of a Lost Chance."
St. Andrew's Oathedual. Eng
llbli service'', conducted by llie Bishop
of Honolulu, asnlsted by Rev. W. II.
Barnes, at !).'.!0 A. si. anil 0 i si. At 1 1
A. si. anil 7.30 r. si. s-erviecs in English
will lie conducted by Rev. Geo. Wallace.
" It is More Blessed to Give
than to lteceivo."
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 btoro on Queen Street; Mrs. Jan.
A. Hopper's, King Sticet, or Mrs.
Lowers', Waikikl, before Hatutilay, 10th
December. 'JO t
Formerly of the Pioneer Cigar Fac
lory, has moved Into tho front p.irl of
thu Crystal Soda Works, wheie ho is
piopaml to till nil orders at tho lowest
Z3T Islaud orders solicited and
promptlyjlllcd. 100 ly
society by her Royal
small bottle oT the
presented to every
Her Royal Highness
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Hvlwj writers of (lotion, and tho oilier
by Mr. Walteii Bp.sant, one of the
most lapldly rising of English novelists;
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entertaining short stories, mostly Illus
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Christinas is Coming.
ALL persons wishing inscription mot
toes, etc., written on Christmas
Cards, Albums, Books, etc., may have
the work done in a neat and artltie
manner by the undersigned.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Ocn'l Business Agent.
Campbell's Block, Merchant st. 107 lw
mi aim u
Now Ready and for Sale at
F. IIoru'H Pioneer
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
11,000 Pounds of Plain and Fancy,
Of the most varied assortment, and
guaranteed all made personally by
Practical Confectioner & Pastry Cook.
Crystal Ma forte,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aciated Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
We Use Fateit filiici1;;
in all our Bottles.
Wo invito particular attention to our
Patent Filter, recently introduced, by
which all waters used In our manufac
tures is absolutely freed from all ini.
Wo deliver our Goods frco of chargo
to all pints of the city. Wo guarantee
our Goods to bo Die hcsl in tho market.
Careful attention paid to Island Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Box il!)7, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone : : 08
.lfutuul Telephone : XJO
U?- Orders loft with Benson, Smith
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
Wo. also, are Agents for the sale
of J. W HiHgloy'a
188 of his own manufacture. Om
P.O. BOX 315.
i. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Real EstaloAi;cnt, Custom House Broker,
Employment Agent, Money Broker,
Wilder's Sleamshlp Agent, Manngcr Hnwnllnn Opera House,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent Flro and Llfo Insurance Agent,
in America. (102 ly)
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IVevp Goods, New Goods,
Just Received a Full Line of
Fancy & Staple Groceries.
C2? Goods delivered to all parts of the Town And satisfaction guaranteed -ia
P. O. BOX 207. TELEPHONE 210.
ew Light on
JUST RECEIVED, FROM BOSTON, EX BARK MARTHA DAVIS,
Downer's Kerosene Oil : : : : 150
Electric Kerosene Oil : : : : 150 o
Superior Kerosene Oil : : : : 130
All the above Oil is fuesii and aoon, and will be sold at retail or In
lots to suit, at low rates. Also,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. Besides the above, a largo variety of Eastern
Goods used by all Stores and Plantations, all of which will bo sold at reasonable
prices by (ISO lm) E. O. HALL & SON, (Limited).
MUSTER & GO.
lluve Removed to
1) 5 ly
To be Sold Cheap, from
Hazel Wood Farm !
Raisins & Peaches,
Natural Dried Fruit.
No Chemicals Used.
Dried by llmliiitca lleat !
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
02 2w Queen Street.
A Few Pairs of tho above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from San Francisco.
Will bo sold at
Low Prices !
M. W. aXuClicHucy & Son.
ltcautUy your Homes for
MAS k Iff YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Ifcecorut ions & liorders, etc.
Just received from New York
and Boston by
IEWEUS .to COOKE.
O. K. MXTJIJEa&
GKNEUAL 11USINKSS AGENT.
45 3Ecr:itmt .Street, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr. J.A.ilagoon,
will atl'.'iid to all matters of business for
the residents of tho Hawaiian islands
who may need an Agent.
I do not coullne myself alone to tho
Biisiue.is Houses, but also to thu domes,
tio cliihs who would wish mo to attend
to any matter of business, especially to
imiKing purcuiises ciiucr in iionoiuiu
or San Francisco, in any lino of General
To thu Business Houses I will givo
mv careful attention in all matters per.
talnlng to General Business, viz: Ad
justing and Collecting Accounts, Dlstri.
butiou of Hills and Cireulurs, Custom
Houso Entries, Buying nud Renting
Real Estate and Personal Pioperty.
J3TA11 Legal Documents will bo
carefully and neatly drawn up by Mr.
J. A. Mugoon.
1 will attend to nil matteis entrusted
to my euro in a careful, courteous and
neat manner, anil with quick dispatch.
Agent fr Kllnkner& Co. Red Rubber
Telephone ; P. O. Box 11U.
BZ3 la i8i iy I
Honolulu, II. I.
the Subject !
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Just received by the Martha Davis.
E2T Send your orders in early to in
sure a supply. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
Queen Street. 181 lm
THE undersigned beg leave to inform
the public that thoy have opened
an olllcc at
ftoom 13, Campbell's Hlock,
(Up Stairs), MERCHANT ST.,
General Business Agents,
We mnko a Specialty of Book-kcep.
ing, Collecting, CustomJIousc Broker
age and Shipping and Receiving
We are also prepared to take inven
tories of Bankrupt Stock anywhere in
tho Kingdom and guarauteo accurato
returns. We are also prepared to fur
nish Tourists with guides and give reli
able information in regard to route of
travel and places of interest on any of
inc isianus oi tno group.
Willi 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.
NOULE, HARE & CO.
EX S. S. MARIPOSA.IJAT
J. T. Wat
170 QUEEN STREET STORK, lm
lift! M! Light?
Just Arrived, ox Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water Whito Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sa'o by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
PATENT R0LLEE FLOTJB.
MESSRS. (JASTLE & COOKE have
just received a consignment of
till j line quality of Flour, uud will sell
In iuuutitles to suit purchasers. 117 lm