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SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 1886.
Belli" Calcriua fiom Wnlinanalo
Schr Llhollho fiom Wnlmca
.Stinr Llkeliku fiom Kabulul
Slim-Klhvuca Hon for Wlinlwnid l'oits
Slinr Jus Mnkec for Itnpaa
Schr Nettle Men HI for Lahainii
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkcllkc for Kaliulul
Selir Kawallaul for Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Selir Kiilnmami for Koholalclo
Selir Leahl for Hiuialcl
Selir Walchtt for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktuc Mary Wlnkclman, Backus
Bktno Kllkltat, Cutter
Bgtno J D Sprcckcls, Fills
Tern Eva, Wlekman
Bk Victoria Cioss, Robeitsou
Bk T K Foster, Rugg
Bk Elsinoro, Jcuks
Bk Lizzie Ircdale, Iicdalc
Bk O K Bishop, "Walter
From Kaliulul aud by-ports, per Ll
kellke, December 19th W Hutchinson,
L Von Tcinpsky, Miss E M Smith, Col
Sam Norrls, W Dunn, II lledgcr, S M
Damou, Mrs Mlhl, 2 Chinese, 2 prisoners
and CO deck.
For San Francisco, per Consuclo, De
cember 10th Miss Christie.
Steamer Likellko brought 377 bags of
sugar. The purser rcpoits high winds
aud rough seas.
The steamer Dowsett is expected to
arrive hero to-night, the Kiuait to
morrow morning and tho Mokolll to
Tho schooner Lihollho returned yes
terday p. si. from Walmea, Kauai, with
1,459 bags of sugar for the MaryWlu
kelman. When the Llhollho was hi the
passage her foresail split. She dropped
anchor and the tug towed her into the
The schooner Kulamauu experienced
some pretty rough weather ou her last
trip to Hawaii. She was able to laud
nil of her freight from this poit but
could not receive any at Hawaii. She
stood to sea several days and as the
weather did not moderate she sailed for
The bgtno Cousuelo sailed this noon
for San Francisco with 0,503 bags of
sugar and 1,004 bags of rice. Value,
LOCAL & GENERAL
Turkey hunt with music
Yosemito Rink this evening.
Australian news crowded out
yesterday appears on the last page.
. .. .
The great fire on the harbor front
occurred eight, and not nine years
The Pacific Hardware Company
will be open to-night, when their
electric lumps will be displayed.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society meets this evening at 7:30
o'clock, at the residence of Mrs.
Dickson, Beretania street.
The Hawaiian Killc Association
meets this evening at the office of
Dr. Brodic, to make arrangements
for the first shooting match.
. . .
Mn. Patterson has finished paint
ing the second steeple of Kaumaka-
pili Church, and now the other one
stands in need of repainting to make
both look alike.
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Five cocoanut palms were blown
down at Waikiki during the storm.
A succession of such stormy periods
will in a few years, it is feared, lay
waste the magnificent groves.
A runaway Chinese laborer from
Mr. C. Afong's plantation, Pepee
keo, Hawaii, was captured on Maui
this week, and brought to Honolulu
by tho Likeliko this morning.
There arc twenty numbers on the
programme of the Christmas cantata
at Fort Street Church to-morrow
night. Tho exercises will bo con
ducted by Prof. Yarndley, Mrs.
Handford and Mr. J. B. Athcrton.
After several days of incessant
rain, making the streets thick with
mire, tho wind at 10.30 o'clock this
morning was blowing dust in clouds.
Otherwise tho weather to-day is
superb even bracing in the fresh
coolness of the air.
The great sale of art goods to
take place at Messrs. G. W. Macfar-
lano fc uo.'s sioro on luuuuuy, uw,
21st, will bo hold in the largo room
on tho lower floor of their building,
and will begin at ten in the morning,
not being an evening sale as somo
have supposed. In addition to tho
list per catalogue, there has been
added an invoice of solid silver
jewelry in quite new and fashionable
l stylo which are much admired.
A resident of "Waikiki complains
bitterly of tho road to that suburban
paradise. Tho middle of the road
(s worn down, making a trench that
facilitates further destruction of the
roadway by tho action of the rains.
It would be easy to cut away tho
ridges on tho sides, while thero is
abiindaut material Uankiug the road
with which to 1111 up tho depressions
mid ruts, thereby ranking tho thor
oughfare l casonably lit for trnillc.
Coxsiduiiadle anxiety is felt for
tho schooner Jennie Walker, now
much ovcrduo from tho South Sua
Islands. If she is wrecked several
months will elapse beforo tidings of
the disaster will be icceivcd here.
She was to make u trip to Fanning s
Island on her return and on or about
Jan. 1st was to sail again for the
South Seas. Her non-ai rival lias
prevented the carrying out of her
intended course, and if she is wrecked
the probability is that the Pacific
Navigation Company will send no
more vessels to the South Sea
Mil. Levey is fortunate in having
the promise of the first fine weather
for an evening sale of Christmas
goods, which the season has so far
yielded. His salesroom presents an
attractive appearance with its great
variety of beautiful goods, all taste
fully displayed, not to mention the
decorations with flags and so on.
To-night's sale will comprise, among
other tilings, a rare line of fancy
ware, albums, music boxes, parlor
furnishings, China, glass and crock
eryware, pictures, English rugs, etc.
In short, there are articles suitable
as gifts for young and old. A
mechanical singing bird, as natural
as life in notes and plumage, is one
of tho curiosities in the display.
New Christmas Cards for the mil
lion at King Bros' Art Store. 203 3t
Ladies ! Those elegant ladies,
misses and children's real Balbrig
gan Hosiery arc 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. McIneiiny.
Fon Sale Fresh Mince Pies daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
Fresh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
every day, OOcts. per pound, at
( HORN'S PIONEER STEAM:
CANDY FACTORY AND
S o a
2 si H
9 c Ef
At the matinee- given at the Cri
terion Theatre on Wednesday, Oct.
25th, by the Princess of Wales'
branch of the National Aid Society,
the Honorary Secretary presented
to her Royal 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
Gosnell & Co. This most exquisite
of perfumes is now on sale at tho
store of M. Mclnerny. 195 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
Now York Cream Cheese,
California Cream Chee.e,
Young America Cheese j
Sauerkraut lu 5 gal. kegs,
Mackerel lu G gal. kegs,
Salmon Bellies In 5 gal. kegt,
Mess l'ork and Beef, 25 lbs. kcgi and 5
Mackerel In tomato sauce,
Jacob Dols Buffalo Hams,
Dupeo Breakfast Bacon,
Fairbanks' Lard 3's, Gh and 10's,
Hucking's Soups in vuilcty,
Baratarla Shi Imps
Ciurled Fowl Potted Meats etc.,
Cutting's Jams and Jellies, Cutting's
Table and Tie Fruit, this season Can-
Kugllsh "Malaga" Tablo Knlslns,
California Sultana Table Italslns,
Seedless Raisins for Cakes aud Bud
dings, Fresh Almonds, Walnuts, Filberts
Hazel and Brazil Nuts,
Cereals, 1 Spec! ally
Oat Meal, put up for
Y. O. Meal, this climate
Cracked Wheat, inioios.tins,
Graham Flour, fice fiom
Hominy, large and small, woims and
Sago, Tapioca, l'eail Bailoy, &c, &o.
Biown's Celebrated Cider Vinegar,
MaploSyiup, Jij gal. tins,
PalacoDilps, gal. tins,
SupeilorTeas )i, and 1 lb, packages.
Fiiksh OAi'i: Cod Cuanueiiuiks.
For ujst choice pleaso order early,
NOTES' FROM KAHULUI.
Wrkoic or mn Hesperian Extra
ordinary Kxrr.niEKCi: of the J.
On tho 10th insl. the biigantino
llcspciian, of San Francisco, Capt.
Winding, anived off the harbor hero,
17 days out from Departure Bay,
Biitisli Columbia, with a cargo of
coal consigned to Wilder & Co.
Owing to unfavorable winds tho
pilot was unable to bring the vessel
to moorings in the inside harbor,
and anchored her in the passage,
wlicie she lcmnincd until the 10th,
no opportunity having offered for
safer anchorage, owing to tho bois
terous weather prevailing. On the
latter date at 3 a. si., she parted one
of her chains and dragging tho other
anchor struck the reef to the south
west of tho harbor, being observed
by several paitics on shore, hut
owing to the darkness no assistance
could be rendered until daylight,
when a whalcboat manned by natives
put off from the wharf, proceeding
inside the reef until opposito the
vessel on the southwest side. At
this time a heavy sea was running,
terrific breakers sweeping clean over
the vessel, and from the shore it
seemed impossible that any boat
could approach the vessel and live.
Notwithstanding, the rescuers kept
bravely ahead, tho boat being only
occasionally visible to the spectators
as she rose on the crest of each
alternate breaker, until at last one
of tho crew of the vessel was seen
to go out on the flying jib and throw
a line to the boat, by which means
the whole of the crew, eight in num
ber, lowered themselves from tho
ill-fated brigantino, which was fast
breaking up. In leaving tho vessel
one of the seamen was seen to rush
back and return with a small dark
object in his arms, which ultimately
proved to be a favorite cat which the
humane tar could not leave to perish.
The bravery of the natives Charles
Maikai (in charge of boat), David
Pau, Levy Samoi, Joseph Aka, and
George Mahiai in effecting the
rescue, at imminent peril to their own
lives, cannot be too highly praised.
On the 14th inst. the vessel and
cargo were sold at public auction
to Hon. Samuel Parker. Very little
of them has been saved, the vessel
having almost entirely broken up
beforo operations could be com
menced to secure any of her effects.
ARRIVAL OF THE J. C. TORD.
On the 17th inst. tho tern J. C.
Ford, Capt. Griffiths, arrived here
1 7 days from Sau Francisco, with
general cargo. Tho captain reports
that on the 12th inst., when in lat.
22 north, long. 118 west, tho
weather being lino, the vessel was
struck by a fiery meteor, which set
fire to tho mainmast head and burnt
up the stay sail, large pieces of tho
burning scoria or molten matter fall
ing upon the deck and burning up
sails and deck covering. For a few
moments great excitement prevailed
on board, but the captain and crew
quickly set to work to put out the
fire on mast and sails, the latter of
which were cut away and thrown
overboard. Water was hauled up
in buckets from the masthead and
the fire soon extinguished. Pieces
of the meteor which fell on deck
were red.hot and resembled burning
lava. The captain preserved several
pieces, which are now of course in a
Through the courtesy of Messrs.
Wilder & Co., the following account
has been obtained : The Hesperian
went ashore near Kahului on Sunday
last, at 3.30 a. m. The vessel was
anchored outside the harbor of Ka
hului in, as it has proved, an unsafe
anchorage, the cable parting. Wilder
& Co. sent a boat out, and, after a
number of trials, reached the vessel
and took off the officers and crew,
they dropping from the bowspiit
into the water. Later they saved
their personal effects. On Monday
tho vessel was sold at auction for
$500, and the cargo for $220, Hon.
Saml. Parker purchasing. The Hes
perian held together until Wednes
day, when she went to pieces. She
was insured for 85,000. Tho cargo
of coal, belonging to Wilder & Co.,
was fully insured.
The baik F. S. Thompson lay
over tho gale in the harbor of Ka
hului, as also tho brig Ida Schnaucr.
Tho Thompson has been loaded
during tho week and will sail Thurs
day next. The Schnaucr has j'ct
75,000 foot of lumber on hoard. Sho
will load next week and probably
sail on Friday.
Tho J. U. Ford arrivotl Tliurstlay,
M days from San Francisco, would
bo all discharged by Monday night.
Tho bark Forest Queen sailed from
Hnna on Thursday in ballast.
THE NEW AHGLIGAN CONGREGATION.
A meeting was held ou Tuesday
evening of persons who desire to
ho associated in the second English
speaking congregation of St. An
dicw's Cathedral, for tho nomina
tion of wardens and to consider
other arrangements for church work.
At tho request of a number of
nersons. Mr. T. II. Davies, Treas
urer of tho Cathedral Building Com
I miUoo, rend a statement of cirouui-
stances connected with" tho proposed
Tho Rev. George Wnllace deliver
ed a shoit address, exhorting indi
vidual wotk in tho church, and sug
gesting the arrangement of tin's work
under tho management of commit
tees of tho members.
The following provisional appoint
ments were then made, to lake effect
upon the establishment of the con
gregation by the Bishop's license:
Wardens Mr. T. R. Walker, Mr.
Finance Conunittco The war
dens, Mr. T. 11. Dnvics, the lion. A.
S. Clcghoin, Mr. R. F. Bickciton.
Sidesmen Col. M. P. Robinson,
Mr. E. Ilulton, Mr. G.
Mr. 13. W. Jordan, Mr.
Mr. U. Crozicr.
Choir Committee Mr.
Walker, Mr. T. May. Mr.
Sunday School Committee Mr.
T. II. Davics, Mr. G. W. Smith,
Mrs.'E. W. Jordan, Miss von Holt.
Visiting Committee Mrs. Mack
intosh, Mrs. Wodehouse, Mrs. Wal
lace and Mrs. Robcitson, witli such
gentlemen as shall be appointed by
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Saturday, Dec. 19, 1885.
Before Justice Preston.
A. J. Cartwright and Wm. G.
Irwin, assignees in bankruptcy of
S. J. Levey & Co. vs. Cecil Brown
and others, executors of the will of
August Unna deceased. Assumpsit
for $258. Defendants admit the
debt and deposit the money in Court,
but ask that Messrs. A. Hoffnung
& Co. be interpleaded, to whom said
sum was transferred in tho form of
an account. Plaintiffs claim that
said Hoffnung & Co. had notice of
the insolvency of S. J. Levey & Co.
and that said transfer is in fraud of
the creditors of said bankrupt firm.
Counsel agreed that this issue may
go to a jury. W. R. Castle for
plaintiffs, F. M. Hatch for defend
ants, R. F. Bickcrlon for the claim
of Hoffnung & Co.
The clerk this morning issued
commissions to Messrs. William O.
Smith and Ed. Gray Stetson for
taking depositions of witnesses re
siding in San Fiancisco, Cal., for
use in the cases of (1) Jona. Austin
ct al. vs. C. Brewer & Co., and (2)
M. P. Robinson vs. L, G. Sreso
vich & Co.
Friday, Dec. 18th.
J. II. Morgan forfeited bail $0
for drunkenness. Lui Kanohai was
fined $5 and $3 costs for driving a
dray without a license.
Saturday, Dec. 19th.
Kcaupuni forfeited bail $G for
drunkenness. Kcanu (k.) and I.
Kauka (w.) were fined 30 and 815
respectively for adultery. Geo.
Vogt was lined SG and costs Sl-20
for assault and battery ou Ah Pa.
Y. M. C. A. Bible class for young
men at 9.43 A. jr. Gospel praise service
at CM p. m. Welcome to all.
Komav Catholic Cathedral.
High mass at 10 a. sr. Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament at-1 r. m.
Bethel Union Church. Rev. E.
O. Oggel, pastor. Preaching morning,
on, "He isRi'cn;" evening, "A Per
St. Andrew's Oatiiedkax. Full
choral services, with pleaching by the
Bishop of Honolulu, at 0.30 A. m. and
G P. M. Tho second congregation will
worship at 11 A. m. and 7.U0 r. M., Rev.
Geo. Wallace pi caching.
Foht Stiieet Cinnicii. Rev. J. A.
Oman, pastor. Services at 11 morn
ing, and 7.30 evening. Subject in the
morning, ''Investments." In the even
ing the Suuday school will render a
Christmas cantata, entitled "Time
THE DIRECT LINE.
The first of the direct line of
steamships (the John Elder lino)
leaves for 'Frisco via Honolulu this
afternoon. The Australia and the
Zealandia, which have been for so
long a time the favorite steamers in
tho old service, will continue in this
line, and are certain to bo favorites
with tho Australian public. One
lino of tho Australia's cargo is an
encouraging one, 800 bales of wool ;
and tho shipment of 227,000 specio
shows what a trade might be de
veloped in this direction. Consider
ing the short titno tho vessel has
been in port, Captain Brough and
his officers and crew have done
wonders, and tho vessel leaves in
her usual splendid older. Mr.
Donaldson continues iu the service
as purser, and this will be good news
for passengers. Sydney Arew3,
The Hand will play at Emma
Square this evening at '1:110 (wea
ther permitting). The following is
Maich Sprlnglhno Is Coming.. ..Beyer
O vcrtui c Ruherghal Flotow
l'olka Lovo & Truth Wioland
Finale Rigoletto Veidl
Walt. Our Last Molloy
Quadi Hie London Life Cootc
Fiiksh Cream Cukes and
daily from and after date at
& Halbo's Confectionery.
Fuesii Mince Pies daily from nnd
after date at Mellcr & Ilulbo's. Coiir
Ha just received, per Blcamcr St. Paul,
n splendid assortment of Ulirlsimns
Good?, among which, Is a 'cry choice
Eclcetlon of new and elegant btylcs or
Albo, Glas3 and FIguicd Toilet Sets,
Doll Can lagco, Velvet Cabinet l'lcturo
Fiamcs, Christmas C.indlcs,
Dolls, Children's Paint Uov.cs,
Musical Top, Gins? Inkstand-, Auto.
graph Albums, Work Boxes,
Puiielcrlo', tihaving Mug?.
Gift Cups and Saucers, Whisk Broom
Holders, SUvcr-Platcd Ware, clc,
All of which Must bo Seen to bo
H. MAY & Co.
Have just tccoUcil, c St. Paul,
1-1 Box Choico Raisins,
Silver Skin Onions,
1-2 Crates Choico Potatoes,
Bags Oregon Potatoes,
Bags Tomale Potatoes. 203 lw
Have received by the St. Paul
and other late arrivals,
Royal Breakfast Bacon,
Dupeo Hams, Roast Goose, Roast Duck,
Oxford Sausage, Ham Sausage,
Mince Meat, Meltmurst, Mushrooms,
Finnan Haddock, Oysters, Clams, Carin,
French and American Green Peas,
Jams and Jellies, Table Salt in jars,
Tablo and Pic Fruit, Citron Pool,
Sultana Raisins, French Capercs,
Currants, Salad Oil,
Ground & Whole Cinnamon,
Ground & Whole Alspice,
Ground Ss Wholo Clover,
Ground Ss Wholo Ginger,
Jordan Pitted Almonds, Chocolate,
Epp's Cocoa, Table Raisins, Almonds,
Pecan Nuts, Walnuts,
Hael & Bi.i7.il Nuts,
- Lai go nssoitmcnt of Fine
French Gaudies k Mm.
For bale at tho lowest price i by
202 2w WOLFE & CO.
A Supciior Article of
In Casks of 30 Gallons.
For sale in Bond or duty paid, by
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.
In Endless Vaiietynow ready and for
Sale at F. HORN'S Sleam Candy Fac
tory and Bakeiy. 200
Fruit Cakes !
100 Fruit Cakes
Far biupassing the Good Qimllticj
mudo iu founer years in Flavor
lUMME $1 TO $5 EACH.
Guaranteed to bo Superior to any other
now ready andfor.S.ile at F. HORN'S
Steam Candy Factoiy and Bakory. 200
Just rcccheil, nu c.tra lino lot of Mn.
nlla Cigars, in Boxes of 250 aud GOO.
For sale In Bond or?duty paid, in quau
titles to suit by
M. S. Crinbaum & Co.
Light! Light! Light!
Just Arrived, ex Martha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Keroseno Oil,
Standard Keroseno Oil,
For Sa'o by
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
3 FINE Building Lois on Lilllia
Street, between Judd and School
Street1", each having a frontage on
street of about 107 feet, and 15 feet
depth. Will Lo sold separately, or In
one lot. Terms reasonable. Apply to
ALBERT C. SMITH,
Attorney at Law.
No. 0 Kaahumanu Street. 202 2w
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
15 3IiM'cliniit Street, Ilonolnln.
In conjunction with Mr. J.A.Mngoon,
will attend lo nil matters ot business for
the residents of the Hawaiian Islands
who may need an Agent.
I do not confine myso'f nlono to tho
Business Houses, but also to tho domes
tic class who would wish mo to attend
to any matter of business, especially lo
making purchases cither In Honolulu
or San Francisco, In any lino of General
To tho Business Homes I will giv
my careful attention in all matters per.
laurng to ucncrai iiusmcts, viz: AU
justing and Collecting Accounts, Distri.
tuition of Bills and Cituulars, Custom
Houso Entries, Buying and Renting
Real Estate and Personal Piopcrty.
EST All Legal Documents will be
carefully aud neatly diawn up by Mr.
J. A. Magoon.
1 will attend to all matters entrusted
to my care in a careful, courteous aud
neat maimer, and with quick dispatch.
Agent for Klinkiicr & Co. Red Rubber
Tele-phono; P. O. Hox 113.
Miss A. M, Burke,
No. 4 Adams Lane.
A Few Fairs of the above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from San Fraucisco.
Will be sold at
Xjcrw Prices !
r. W. MoClieNiicy te Son.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &
St PAUL MUM!
Short Lino between San Francisco,
Denver, Council Bluffs aud
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Housekeepers Take Notice.
FranHin Stove Coal
Just received by the Martha Davis.
CS Send your orders iu early to in.
sure a supply. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
Queen Street. - 1811m
Call id Sec for Yonrf !
Now lic.uly nnd for Salo at
JF". lIoini'M Pioneer
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
3,000 Pounds of Plain nndjFanc,
Strictly Pure, v
Of tho most varied ' 'assortment, and
guaranteed all mado personally by
Practical Confectioner & Pastry Cook.
Iti'imtiiy your Homes for
MAS & iff YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Decorations & Iloi'tlcrM, etc.
Just received from New York
aud Boston by
JLIQWERS .5 COOTfTl
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