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THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1885.
S S Australia from thu Colonies
Slmr JnsMukeufroih ICapan vlti Wula-
Slmv ICIInucii lloti for Windward Polls
Sclir Kmnm fur 1 1 uwsill
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
8 S tit Vmil for San Francisco
Schr Nettle Men ill for Lahalna
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Mary Wlnkclnian, Backus
Bktno Kllkttat, Cutter
Bgtno J D Sprcekcls, Frits
Dgtno Consuolo, Cousins
Tern Eva, Wiekmaii
Jlk Victoria Ores, Robertson
15k T It Foster, Rugg
Itk Elslnoro, .Tenks
Bk Lizzie Iredalo, Ircilale
Ilk 0 R Bishop, Walter
Bk Calbarlcn, llubbaul
Stinr .Tas Makce arrived this morning
from Kapaa with no freight or pas
senger?. She sails to-morrow nt o P. M.
The S. S. St. Paul sails to-morrow at
12 o'clock for San Francisco.
The Elslnorc is docked at the 1 M.
S. S. wharf.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thu S. S. St. Paul leaves for San
A wAiiiNU forfeited
day, for drunkenness.
bail gC, to-
The S. S. St. Paul is receiving
sugar and bananas at a lively rate
Sixty-Vive bags of mail were sent
from the Post Olllce by inter-islafld
steamers on Tuesday.
Lyons & Cohen report a good
attendance and fair prices at their
liquor sale this forenoon.
. . .
Memueks of tho Y. M. C. A. arc
requested to be present in force at
the monthly meeting this evening.
People arc complaining of the
Portuguese occupying the delivery
window of the Post Office by the
M. Thompson has again
the editor in a tender spot
varied file of American
The old houses formerly used by
the Honolulu Water Works as an
office and storehouse have been
Mit. Wiseman has an interesting
notice to business men -who desire
to make the world square with them
at the end of the year.
Do not forget the sale this even
ing at the store of E. P. Adams &
Co., who will sell a fine assortment
of really useful articles.
A new maceration mill for Kealia,
Kauai, is about completed at the
Honolulu Ironworks, and will be
shipped to-morrow or Saturday.
The French candies advertised at
the Elite Parlors are things of
beauty, and the bon-bon boxes hold
ing them joys forever if the child
takes care of them.
The Secretary of the Teachers'
Association requests a meeting of
the teachers of Honolulu at the Fort
Street School House to-morrow (Fri
day), at 2:30 p. m.
A very few Bulletin summaries
per is. o. Australia sun uusum miy
been placed in Oats' store for the
convenience of those wishing to send
a fortnight's news away.
. . '
A discount of twenty percent will
be allowed at the Post Office, till
further notice, on purchases of
stamped envelopes to the amount of
one dollar's worth and over.
Rev. A Mackintosh is enjoying
himself in Englaud, and in his
preaching puts in a good word for
"sweet old Hawaii," that he still
i regards as the brightest spot on
A rACKAGE for C. R. Bishop &
Co., which was lying on tho counter
of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s agency in
the store of G-.W.Macfarlano & Co.
tho other day, has suddenly disap
peared, and in this paper a reward
is offered for tho return of tho pro-
pcrtv- . .-,
Plush pole cornices are now tho
stylo, a dealer in Honolulu says. It
is only very recently that the secret
of plush-making was ferreted out in
Europe by Americans. Soon we
shall have merchants asking for a
plush border round their advertise
King Bitos. say tho Hawaiian
fern cards aro going almost faster
than they can be supplied. Mr.
Clarke is to bo congratulated upon
having hit such a good thing. These
cards are about tho roost graceful
medium for transmitting an Aloha
to friends abroad that could be
A Chinaman was severely injured
yesterday by falling down the pit of
the water wheel, at tho Knneohc
-.limitation mill. Machinists from
tho Irouwoiks were making ropnirs
to the wheel at the time, and tho
Chinaman was assisting them. Dr.
Emerson was sent for, and crossed
thu Pali to attend the sufferer.
W. Mui.ixn is perfectly confident
that ho can beat liartinan in a ilvc
mile skating race, and has chal
lenged the latter person for tho
championship of the Kingdom. The
race will take place at Central Park
rink on the evening of the 2Gth hist.
Tho competitors arc in training and
the rink will be open daily until the
time of the race.
Stkamuu Jas. Makce had very
rough weather at Kapaa. She was
unable to land any freight but tho
mail, and had to seek shelter at
Ilanamaiilu, where she lay at anchor
for about four days. The wind was
severe in the channel last night, and
the rain was solid. Tho steamer
Planter could not land at Nawiliwili
and her passengers for that place
were landed at Hanamnulu.
There is to be seen in King Bros.'
art store a portrait of the Hon.
James I. Dowsett, done with pen
and ink by Prof. C. Eisenschincl,
teacher of penmanship at St. Mat
thew's Hall, San Mateo, California.
It was copied in enlarged sizo from
a photograph, and is a remarkably
good likeness besides being artistic
in detail. The production is elo
quent in showing what thorough
tutorship is provided pupils at that
Mit. O. Swain, clerk in the Post
office, met with a painful accident
yesterday that caused him intense
agony and almost death. Ho acci
dentally allowed the plate holding
an artificial front tooth to slip down
his throat while talking. The article
went an alarming distance down the
oesophagus. He was taken to Dr.
McGrcw, who extracted the serious
obstacle to alimentation, and to-day
the patient was able to go on duty.
Although a little pale, he will soon
be all right again.
A shipping note in the Advertiser
reads: "The steamers Lohua and
James I. Dowsett, which sailed
December loth for windward ports,
were obliged to put back December
16th, owing to the rough weather,
and anchored at Kawailioa, near
Coco Head." We are authorized to
contradict this statement, so far as
the James I. Dowsett is concerned.
That vessel kept on her way in spite
of the weather, to fulfill her engage
ment with the Post Olfice.
At about half-past one this after
noon the steamship Australia was
signalled fifteen miles south. The
following cabin passengers arc book
ed for the Coast by this steamer :
F. L. Stolz, Miss Joseph, A. N.
Drown, Miss Fuller. She will also
take about 50 steerage passengers,
470 tons sugar and rice, 1,300 bun
ches bananas, and considerable sun
dries. The Australia could not have
called at Auckland, leaving Sydney
on the 1st, but she will probably
have mails from Australia.
New Christinas Cards for the mil
lion at King Bros' Art Store. 203 3t
Fuesh Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Meller & Halbo's Con
Fkesii Cream Cakes and Eilairs
dailv from and after date at Meller
& Halbc's Confectionery.
West, Dow & Co.'s large Xmas
order arrived on the St.Paul, and will
be ready for sale on Thursday. 1885
Xmas cards. 202 2t.
There need be no difficulty in
deciding upon a suitable Christmas
or New Year's present, when II. S.
Tregloan has a superb stock of
gentlemen's furnishing goods. It
Ladies ! Those elegant, ladies,
misses and children's real Balbrig
gan -Hosiery aro now open and
ready for inspection. Ladles, whoso
orders had been forwarded for these
fine goods, will now please call and
huvo thcir'parcels delivered to them.
195 2v M. McInerny.
Foil Sau: Fresh Jlince Ties daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
Fresh Vanilla and Chocolato Creams
every day, JOcls. per pound, at
( HORN'S PIONEER STEAM
1 n a-vti-w I'lfwi'dDV AWTI
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At tho matinee given at tho Cri
terion Theatre on Wednesday, Oct.
25th, by the Princess of Wales'
branch of tho National Aid Society,
tho Honorary Secretary presented
to her lloynj Highness, on entering
tho royal box, and to the Princess
who accompanied her, pretty bas
kets, decorated with cherry blos
soms and the colors of tho society,
containing silver bottles of Cherry
Blossom Perfume, as souvenirs of
tli(; occasion. The design engraven
on each bottle was sketched for the
society by her Royal Highness. A
small botllo of (he samo was also
presented to every lady present,
ller Royal Highness has expressed
her sincere thanks to Messrs. John
Gosnell & Co. This most exquisite
of perfumes is now on sale at tho
storo of M. McInerny. 105 2w
HENRY DAVIS & COMPANY. ,
52 Fort Street.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Just received ex "St. Paul,"
A choice lino of goods for the Xmas
trade, of which the following form only
New York Cream Cheese,
California Cream Cheese,
Young America Cheese;
Sauerkraut in 5 gal. kegs,
Mackerel in u gal. kegs,
Salmon Hollies In 5 gal. kegs,
Mess Pork and Beef, 25 lbs. kegs and 5
Mackerel In tomato sauce,
Jacob Dols Buffalo Hams,
Dupco Breakfast Bacon,
Fairbanks' Lard 3's,.5's and 10's,
llucklng's Soups in variety,
Curried Fowl rotted Meats etc.,
Cutting's Jains and Jellies, Cutting's
Table and Tie Fruit, this season Can-
English "Malaga" Table Raisins,
California Sultana Table Raisins,
Seedless Raisins for Cakes and Fud-
Frch Almonds, Walnuts, Filberts
Hazel and Brazil Nuts,
Cereals, 1 Specially
Oat Meal, ! put up for
Y. C. Meal, this climate
Cracked Wheat, inlOlbs.tlns,
Graham Flour, I fiee from
Hominy, large and small, ' worms and
Sago, Tapioca, Peail Barley, &c, &c.
Brown's Celebrated Cider Vinegar,
Maple Syrup, gal. tins,
Palace Drips, gal. tins,
Superior Teas , )i and 1 lb. packages.
Fnr.su Cave Con Cuaxueiuiies.
For first choice please order early.
Plush fringe with beading of nuts
or seeds is much used.
Brown plush dresses arc trimmed
with copper and red gold galloons.
Plain braids, with buttons to cor
respond, are used on tailor-made
Turkish jackets are profusely em
broidered with arabesques of gold
braid and cord.
Green and golden brown are pre
ferred to blue in smooth cloth tailor
When braid is used on cloth
dresses it must be the exact shade
of the material.
Metal clasps are superseding
brooches for fastening the high col
lars that are so much worn.
Large metal buttons are much
worn. Many of them have rich and
Gray and garnet arc seen in com
bination in Parisian dresses for
occasions of ceremony.
Mohair braid trimming, to be had
in all colors and designs, has the
open spaces filled in with laco
stitches in silk.
Wool and velvet costumes have
three large buttons on either side of
the bodice, and six or eight on cither
side the panels on the skirt.
Faille Francaise, veloutine and
Bengaline, all silks of the rep order,
are combined with plush and velvet
for reception and visiting dresses.
Fancy hairpins of various forms
crescents, cubes and balls sot with
brilliants, are much used. Feathers
are worn by matrons, and flowers
arc the favorito adornment of young
The latest edict of tho Hair
dressers' Association is that the
Cadogan braid is to supersede the
high stylo of coiffure. The front
hair is to bo worn a la Pompadour,
while for dress occasions wavy loops
and curls arc de rigucur.
Wo aro sorry to hear from Boston
that the casting of tho 5-Mon gun at
the South Boston Iron Works was a
failure. Tho men upon stripping the
mold from tho gun found that owing
to the unequal cooling, caused by
the core having given away on ono
side during tho process of casting, it
cracked open, destroying tho gun,
which will have to be recast. Tho
core arbor will either be repaired or
new one will uo matie. jinny
and Navy Jtegistcr,
Women own fully 825,000,000 of
tho $150,000,000 of the street rail
way stock in this country. Mascu
line passengers will now understand
why everybody who isn't a woman
must hang on to the straps and why
street cars wait so long for feminine
"An Opera Without Music" is
announced. This is a fluo'pieco of
irony. Now, let us havo something
really novel, in tho shape of an
opera with music.
First politician "And so every
thing was spontaneous at tho con
vention?" Second politician-"And
why shouldn't it be? Wo had every
thing fixed up so nicely that it
couldn't help being spontaneous."
A doctor knows all about the con
duct of poison in tho stomach until
he gets in the hands of a lawyer and
is contradicted by another doctor,
and then ho wishes ho had paid
more attention to the lectures nt the
Morlao, who can never get over
tho fact ho pulls off an almanac leaf
every morning. "What an absur
dity I .It is not your calendar that
recalls the dato to you. It is you
who calls tho date to the calendar
by pulling off a leaf each day."
It's many years ago since the poet
wroto that "beauty draws U3 with a
single hair." It generally takes a
mtcen dollar switch to do it now.
There is no stated Thanksgiving
Day in Europe, but they seem to be
concocting schemes to gobble Tur
key, all the same.
Never assume too much. A solid
foundation lasts longer than check.
Sam the Scaramouch.
THE firm of Noble, Hare & Co. is
this day dissolved by mutual consent,
Mr. J. F. Noblo retliing, Mr. J. H.
Hare will continue the business at the
old place, asunihig all the liabilities of
the late firm and to whom all tho money
due the linn is to be paid.
J. F. NOBLE,
J. II. HAKE.
Honolulu, Dec. 14, 1883. 203 3t
J. F. NOBLE.
ACCOUNTANT, Copyist,- Collector
and General Business Agent, aho
Tourists, Agency. Olllce for the present
with W. II. Page, Carriage Repository.
Fort street. 2011 lit
STOLEN or taken by mistake from the
oillco of Wells, Fargo & Co., a
package of Cancelled Checks, addressed
to Bishop & Co. A liberal reward will
be paid upon return of tho package to
the office of
WELLS, FARGO & CO,
203 It Honolulu.
To the Business Community:
QUARTERLY Bills Distributed, Ac
counts made out, Books written up
and Balanced, Collections of Accounts
a specialty. Every Business Man should
call on me who desire the above busi
ness attended to. J. E. WISEMAN,
203 lm General Business Agent,
Mis A. M, Burke,
A Superior Article of
In Casks of 30 Gallons.
For sale in Bond or duty paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & GO.
H. MAY & Co.
Have just received, ex St. Faul,
1-4 Box Choice Eaisins,
Silver Skin Onions,
1-2 Crates Choice Potatoes,
Bags Oregon Potatoes,
Bags Tomalo Potatoes. L203 lw
Wolfe & Co.
Have received by the St. Paul
and other late an i vols,
Royal Breakfast Bacon,
Dupco Hams, Ronst Uooso, Roast Duck,
Oxford BausaL'e, Ham Sausage,
Tilincc Meat, McUmiirst, Mushroom?,
Finnan Haddock, Oysters, Clann, Curia,
French and American fJrec-n Peas,
Jams and Jellies, Tabic Salt In jars,
Table and Tie Fruit, Citron Peel,
Sultana Raisins, French Capcrcn,
Currants, Salad Oil,
Giound & Whole Cinnamon,
Ground & Whole Alspice,
Ground Si Wholo Clover,
Ground & Whole Ginger,
Jordan Pitted Almonds, Chocolate,
Epp's Cocoa, Table RaUlns, Almonds,
Pecan Nuts, Walnuts,
Hazel & Brazil Nuts,
Large assortment of i ino
Geii'me Frencii Clare
riDlluU UlUUllUU U UUuUOi Agent frKliuUner& Co, Red Rubber AVilllamw Block
For sale at tho lowest price by pl.oiie-; P. O. Box 118. . . " JSgf
ABOUT Wednesday last, a Tweed
Ovcicoal with .Sateen Facings, be.
longing to a child of C yuais old. Tho
finder will 16 rewarded upon Us return
to MR. T. R. WALKKR,
201 If Knnhuninmt Street.
COOL OFF !
Ice Cream lid yon say !
Christmas Dinner is complete
without the Celebrated
mado from pure Woodlawn
Go and surpriso your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. Wo
pack ordors for Ico Cream from 1 to 50
quarts in Patent Refrigerator Cans, war.
ranted to keep Its delightful llavor and
perfect form for many hours.
By last steamer wo havo received a
splendid lot of French Candies in great
variety. Also, an elogaut assortment of
Fancy Candy & Bon-bon Boxes
Just the thing for a Christinas Present.
Our Fancv Cakes nre the Favorite
with all the Ladles of Honolulu. Ring
up Bell Telephone 180 or Mutual 338.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
No. S3 Hotel Street,
Aie open dally u 111 11 p.m.
Just received, an extra fine lot of Ma.
nila Cigars, in Boxes of 2.10 aud GOO.
For sale In Bond or duty paid, in quan
tities to suit by
M. S. Crinbaum & Co.
Christmas Ik Confections
In Endless Variety now ready and for
Sale nt F. HORN'S Steam Candy Fac
tory ami Bakciy. 200
CIIK.TSrX'3X A. S
Fruit Cakes !
100 Fruit Cakes
Far surpassing the Good Qualities
made in former years in Flavor
FKOH 81 TO 5 EACH.
Guaranteed to bo Superior to any other
now ready and for Sale at F. HORN'S
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery. 200
lleantil'y your Homes for
XMAS & fflW YEAR'S !
4, SOS Rolls
Fine Wall Papers,
DccoratioiiM& Jlorrtcrtt, etc.
Just leccived from New York
and Boston by
JCTSWIURS As COOKE.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
Fraiiln Stove Coal
Just received by tho Martha Davis.
t2T Send your orders In early to in
sure a supply. Apply to
C. DK. IWCITLilBIR,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
45 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Magoon,
will uttsnd to all matters of business for
thu p-sidciiU of the Hawaiian IshindB
who may need an Agent.
L do not confine myhclf alone to the
Business Houses, but also to tho domes,
tic class who would wish mo to attend
to any matter of business, especially to
making purchases cither in Honolulu
or Sau Francisco, in any line of Genera
To tho Business Houses I will givu
my careful attention In all matters per
tainlrig to General Business, viz: Ad.
justing and Collecting Accounts, Distri
bution of Bills and Circulars, Custom
House Entries, Buying and Renting
Real Estate and Personal Piopcrty.
1ST All Lugal Documents will bo
carefully and ncutly diuwn up by Mr.
J. A. Magoon.
I will attend to all matteia entrusted
to my care in u careful, courteous and
neat manner, and with quick dispatch.
Agent fur Kliukucr& Co, Red Rubber
Telephone-; P. O. Box 11U,
1ST All Lugal Documents will bo J. jJ Jj T UJ.' U kJ ulUv Ul ''-JIB
carefully and ncutly diawu up by Mr. " gi
J. A. Matroou. '.'?
1 will attend to all matteia entrusted 'H
O FINK Uulldltiii
Lots on Lilllia
O Street, between Judd
Streets, each having a frontage on
street of about 107 feet, and 135 feet
depth. Will to sold separately, or in
ono lot. Terms reasonable. Apply to
ALBERT C. SMITH,
Attorney nt Law.
No. 0 Kaaliumauu Street. 202 2w
A Few Fairs of the above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from San Francisco.
Will bo sold'at
M. W. McChcisiicy & Son.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &
St PAUL RAILWAY!
Short Line between San Francisco,
Denver, Council Binds and
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Light! Light! Light!
Just Arrived, ox Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sale by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
To be Sold Chcip, from
Hazel Wood Farm !
Raisins & Peaches,
Natural Dried Fruit.
No Chemicals Used.
Dried by Radiated lleat !
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
92 2w Queen Street.
For San Francisco.
J Tho Magnificent Steamship
leave for the above port on or
And for SYDNEY on or about
JANUARY 5, 1885.
For freight or passage, apply to
184tf II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
Call and See for Yourself !
Now Ready and for Sale at
JT. IIorn'M Pioneer
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
3,000 Pounds of Plain and Fancy,
Of tho most varied jiissoilmcnt, aud
guarntccdall made personal lyby
Practical Confeclioncil & Pastry Cook.
Have Itcmoved to
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