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MONDAY, DKC. 21, 1885.
.SlmrC It Bishop fiuin Kauai, la Wala-
Stmi'.lns I Dow -ell fiom Molok.il
.SehrMaiiiiDkawal fium Ivoolau
Sinn- Klnau fiom Windward Foils
Stuir l'lanler from Kauai
StinrMokolll from Moloknl
Hktnu Kuieka from San Francisco
Ilk llepcr from Newcastle, N S V
Sehr Ehukal from Walalua
Stair AValmanalo from Wainianalo
S S Mararoa from the Colonies
.StinrLikellku for Kalmliil
Sehr ICawallaiii for Ivoolau
Sehr Surah & Klla for Koolau
Sehr Wnlohu for Kauai
Stmr.Tas I Dowsettfor Mnlokul
.SehrManuokawal for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmf Klnau foi Windward Poit3
Stmr Planter for Kunal
Stmf 0 It Bishop for YValanao, Walalua,
Kllauca and Hanalcl
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Sehr Klntkal for Walalua
Sehr Cntcilna for Walmanalo
Suhr Kulainanu for Koholnlclo
Sclir Lcahl for Hanalcl
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Mary Winkelnmn, Backus
Bktno Kllkitat, Cutter
Bgtne J D Sprcckcl-i, Frils
Tern Eva, Wlckmau
Bk Vlelorla.Cross, Boberton
Bk T It Foster, ltugg
Bk Elslnoro, Jeuks
Ilk Lizzie Irodnle, Ircdalc
Bk 0 It Bishop, Walter
Bk Calbarlen, Jlubbaid
Bktue Eureka, Lee
From Windward Torts, per steamer
Klnau, December 20 Capt "W Goodman,
W 31 Lee, A F Strasburger, F Harrison,
WongKwal, J WKalua, C B Corp, W
II Cornwall and son, Sirs M A Dean,
Mrs J II Hare, Miss Amy Wodcliouse,
Mrs Howland and !1 children, Mrs S
Macy and child, J Sheldon, wife and 3
From Ilaualel, via Walauae, per
steamer C It Bishop, December 10 Hon
II A Widcniann, Mrs W IE Aldiich and
sen-ant, Miss Mary llooleia, Mrs A C
Delancy, Miss A l'elekaue and 10 deck".
From Kauai, per steamer Planter,
December '20 C Bertlcman, wife and -t
children, W II Rice, II II Wilcox, JD
Frazer, J "Ward, Noimau Ilulbcrt, Capt
J Boss, S Macaulcy, Hon "W E Howell,
V Meier, D Schaltzmau, 3 Chinese and
From San Francisco, per barkentino
Eureka, December '20 Dr K Brandt.
Stmr Klnau brought 1018 bags sugar,
70 hides, 210 goat "kins, 100 pkgs sun
dries, 1 mill roller.
The bktnc Eiucka, Capt Lee, arrived
yesterday 131 days from San Francisco
with a general cargo. She Is docked
Stmr C R Bishop brought 039 bags of
sugar, 18CS bags of paddy. She sails
to-morrow at 8 a si.
Up to 2.30 this v m the Hesper had
not been towed into port.
WOKD l'UZZLE. NO. X.
I nm what you must always do
Before you take a walk,
Before you take a railroad trip,
Before you laugh or talk.
I also am what horses do
When put upon the track,
Before they win or lose a race
Around the course and back.
Behead me, and I am a thing
That young folks like to eat
I'm crusty, crispy, soury-sweet,
Oft spoiled by too much heat.
Curtail me and I am a man
AVho braves all sorts of weather;
I wear a belt around my waist,
And blade encased in leather.
I also am a useful stuff
On ships that sail the ocean,
But when you try to walk on me,
You'll make slow locomotion.
Frououucc mo backward now, and lo!
A loathsome thing you make me,
I do much damage to your crops,
And lively dogs oft shake me.
Put back my head again, and maik,
How pretty I become,
I'm oft compared with maiden's eyes',
When lover's play yum yum.
I'm often seen on manly breasts
Denoting" rank and power,
And sometimes I am seen aloft,
High up o'er spire and tower.
Pronounce me backward as I stand,
And more than one you make me
Of goods-destroying household pests,
Yet thousands stew and bake me.
Behead nio.twieo, put back my tall,
And millions aic my loers,
Ami fortune waits upon a man
When ho my power discovers.
By simply lapping heads and tall,
And backward leading change-,
Seven little ptuzles I have formed
For friends in towns ami granges.
Answer to puzzle No. 0 Keel, Leek,
Eel, Lee. ,
John B. Bash.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7:30. Tho
following is tho piogramme:
Overtuio Pait du Dlable
Song Itcaper and Flowers. . .
Wait. Vluma. Hon Bons
Dance Tho Aboi Iginei.. .
"Romliitecuiiocii of Auber tiodficy
4Waltz In the Twilight Uoote
fMnzurka Loves u reeling i'iim
March Malunnl mo Ahl Wela...Berger
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Mormons at Koolau arc grhul
ing sugar in considerable quantities.
Tun book-keeping class at the Y.
M. C. A. will meet this evening at
Tin: ladies nro taking advantage
of the weather to-day, lo the delight
of the shon-kociiois. ,
To-Mouitow at ten o'clock K. J'.
Adams & Co. sell out Geo. Voght'a
barber shop and bath house.
Mit. V. L. Winter and Miss C.
Mossmnn will bo united in niarriago
this evening at Fort .Street Church.
Tun Hoyal party will celebrate the
Queen's birthday, Dec. iJlst, at
llilo, returning to Honolulu the first
week in January.
(J.U'r. Cioodinan, master of the
brigantino Hazard, now at llilo,
came to Honolulu yesterday by
Kinau for a short visit.
Qui!i!N street was thoroughly
cleaned this morning, the Bul
letin's advice of having the carts
keep up with the scrapers being
The Kancohc mill, Koolau, Oahti,
which met with an accident last
week and suspended operations for
several days, began grinding again
Owixo to the illness of Mrs.
Soulhnick, the Santa Claus' enter
tainment for the Young People's
Christian Temperance Union, will be
postponed until next Monday.
Tiikui! is. a peculiar hush over
the town to-day, as if people were
afraid of breaking the line spell of
weather. Nevertheless there is a
lively Christmas bustle in the stores
Cavtain Backus, of the barken
tine Mnry "Winkclman, fell last even
ing and struck his right knee
violently against the ground. Dr.
Trousseau was sent for and pro
nounced the injury a sprain.
Mac1''aki,.ni:s' great sale was going
on at their store this morning, con
ducted by E. P. Adams & Co. The
goods arc of a very high class, and
are being knocked dow nin great bar
gains. A large and fashionable audi
ence is attending upon Mr. Morgan's
E. P. Adams & Co.'s store is all
ready for a grand Christmas even
iiir sale to-night, there being a
great variety of useful and fancy
articles laid out. The Chinese and
Japanese ware is remarkably pretty,
and the display of English rugs and
mirrors on the wall something gor
geous. The last mail from San Francisco
brought word that Mrs. Costa, late
of Kalilii, who, with her family of
two sons and one daughter, left here
for Mexico a few months ago, had
reached her destination. The whole
family had been down with yellow
fever. The eldest son, a young man
of twenty-three, had died from its
effects. The others were all well
The S. S. Mararoa, from the
Colonies for San Francisco, to be
up to the record, should be here
to-day, provided she left Sydney on
the 4th and met with no undue
detention at other ports of call or at
sea. Since the above was in type,
or at 2.30 this afternoon, the
steamer was telephoned 25 miles to
the southwest. She will be docked
about 5 o'clock.
Levey's great Christmas sale of
Geo. W. Macfarlane & Co.'s stock
Saturday night drew a house crowd
ed to the street, and the bidding
was sustained with animation till a
late hour. The success achieved
has caused the sale to be resumed
to-morrow night. In the meantime
there is ample opportunity to in
spect the superb stock, that com
prises many lines of first class staplo
and fancy goods.
Mu. Hokn, tho pioneer manu
facturer to his highness Santa Claus,
claims he carries a larger stock of
candies than all tho other local estab
lishments together, ho having at
present between three and four
thousand pounds on hand. There
is a genuine taste and llavor to his
productions, which attest to their
absolute purity and beat quality oi
material. A trial will convince
anyone of this fact.
Fout Street Church was filled to
ovcrilowing last evening witli a
deeply interested audience. Tho
service consisted mainly of a Christ
mas cantata, descriptive of tho
promise and coming of the Saviour,
performed by tho Sunday school
children and the church choir. Tho
platform had been enlarged for the
occasion and furnished with lloral
decorations in harmony with the
season. The rendering of tho can
tata indicated painstaking prepara
tion and a due senso of the spirit
and import of each and every part.
Attentive auditors could not fail to
gain instruction and ennobling in
spiration. Mr. Cruzan delivered a
Bliort address at the close.
N. S. Sachs' sloro will
every evening this week.
l'ltnsn Mince Pics daily fiom mid
after date at Mcllcr & Ilalbc's Con
Just received, a largo and well
selected stock of velvet frames at
Ait Store. 200 31
Fm:sii Cream Cakes and
daily from and after dale at
& llalbo's Confectionery.
At the request of many patrous,
A. L. Smith will keep his store open
tin's Monday evening, Dec. 21st, and
also Thursday evening, Dec. 24th,
until 0 p. m. 20G It
Ladies! Those elegant ladies,
misses and children's real Halbrig
gan Hosiery arc now open and
ready for inspection. Ladies, whose
orders had been forwarded for these
line goods, will now please call and
have their parcels delivered to them.
105 2w M. McIkehny.
Fou Sam: Fresh Mince Pies daily
at 25 cents each, at Horn's Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery.
Fresh Vanilla and Chocolate Creams
every day, SOcts. per pound, at
r IIOBN'S PIONEER STEAM
185 CANDY FACTORY AND
At the matinee given at the Crl
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 tho 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 the
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 Xnias
trade, of which the following form only
New York Cream Cheese,
California Cream Cheese,
Young America Cheese;
Sauerkraut in 5 gal. kegs,
Mackerel in 5 gal. kegs,
Salmon Bellies in 5 gal. kegs,
Mess Fork and Beef, 23 lbs. kegs and 5
Mackerel In tomato sauce,
Jacob Dols Buffalo Hams,
Dupec Bieakfast Bacon,
Fairbanks' Lard 3's, o's ami 10's,
Hucking's Soups in variety,
Curried Fowl Potted Meats etc.,
Cutting's Jams and Jellies,' Cutting's
Table and Pie Fruit, this season Can
miiug. English "Malaga" Table Kalslns,
California Sultana Table Raisins,
Secdles Raisins for Cakes and Pud
dings, Fresh Almonds, Walnuts, Filberts
Hazel and Brazil Nuts,
Y. C. Meal,
Hominy, largo and small,
1 Spec tally
put up lor
Sago, Tapioca, Peail Barley, &c, &c.
Brown's Celebrated Cider Vinegar,
Maplo Syrup, )! gal. tins,
Palace Drips, gal. tin,
SupeiiorTeas $, and 1 lb. packages.
Fiir.su CAi'i; Cod Ciuniii'.kiiiks.
For llrst cholcu please order caily.
A valuable horse and two pack
mules loaded with pai ni were washed
away on last Friday between here
and Kukuihaclc. The lumber is on
tho ground for the last two months
to lix this bridge, and two days'
work would repair it, but still it can
not be done. However, the state
of tho roads and loss of life and
property do not appear to inter
fere in any way witli tho collection
of taxes. It takes one collector and
live clciks to collect tho taxes this
year in Ilamakita.
The Hamaktm polico have been
ordered by their chief to put away
their star and baton for tho present,
and go into the highways and hedges,
and collect kukui nuts, and each
man is to present himself with a bag
of kukuis in "Waimca on tho arrival
of His Majesty tho King, and woo
unto tho unfortunate peeler who
fails to produce his quota of mils.
It would have been better for him
if his funeral had come off, whilo ho
was yet a babo in his mother's arms.
Houokaa, Dec. 19th.
THE AHA MELE NUi AT KANE0HE.
As announced tho "Aha Melo
Nui" was given in the church at
Kancohc- last Saturday evening.
The church was quito tastefully
decorated with ferns, the walls
being festooned with wreaths, and
partitions of rnaile, lehua, ahihi and
ferns extended from cither sido of
the stage to tho walls, which made
a; cry pi oily effect and omillcd a
pleasing aroma. The Hawaiian (lag
was improvised as a slide curtain.
The performance was mostly sing
ing, a few of the songs being acted
out. It would be foreign to my
intention, if I were capable, lo criti
cise the singing, but there were
some decidedly pleasing voices.
There was a lack of female voices,
being only two ; one of which, how
ever, would fully justify training.
The Hawaiian songs were rcndeied
witli that peculiar sweetness, and in
tho chnrming manner which tho
llawaiians alone possess. Most of
tho songs wcio in English and im
provised (or composed if the term
applies) by Stephen Tana, tho mu
sical director, which were a decided
failure. II was a great mistake to
substitute these for the native songs.
Tho iiibli muciilnl pieces were sim
ple, but weic played in exact lime.
The entertainment, everything con
sidered, was a success, and is an
amusement in which the natives
should be encouraged and assisted.
Monday Dec. 21.
B. Brawn, Laurens, and J. Mar
tin, 80 each, for drunkenness. Ah
Wa Sing and Kaluau, SO and 87.20
respectively, for assault and battery.
LATE FOREICN NEWS.
The barkentine Eureka, which left
San Francisco on the Clh inst., ar
rived yesterday, bringing a day's
later news than last steamer.
Servia had rejected the terms of
peace offered by Bulgaria, ahd it
was expected the war would bo
resumed forthwith. Austria was
likely to come to the help of Servia,
in which case Russia would have to
Lord Duffcrin will have put mat
ters in Burmah into a Anally de
cisive shape before any possible
accession of Radical power in Eng
land can interfere.
Caccrcs, the rebel leader, has cap
tured Lima, the capital of Peru, and
the land seems to have relapsed into
peace, for the time, under this rule.
A terrible storm occurred on the
Panama coast, off Aspinwall, Dec.
5th and previous night. The rail
way at the latter place was damaged ,
while telegraph communication was
interrupted. At Colon fearful
havoc occurred among the shipping.
Of twenty-niue vessels anchored
there only fifteen were to be seen
after the storm. Many were sunk
with their crews. The docks of the
Royal Mail and the Pacific Mail
Companies, and others, were badly
injured. The nowly-built olllce of
the Royal Mail Company was dis
lodged from its foundation.
At latest accounts the English
election returns sliowed 313 Liberals
elected to 243 Tories and 70 Pamel
lites, making a tie between Liberals
and the others combined. Careful
estimates predict final results as 331
Liberals, 225 Conservatives and 84
Parnellitcs, or a majority for the
Liberals of 22 in a full House.
United States troops under Gen
eral Howard arc on their way to
concentrate at Salt Lake City, m
anticipation of a rising of Mormons
against the Gentiles. The Mormon
capital has for some time been a
volcano, ready to burst forth on a
disastrous scale, owing to the rigor
ous measures of the national authori
ties against polygamy.
Trains on the Canadian Pacific
Railway were expected to resume
their trips at once.
Three hundred Chinese, dis
charged railway navvies, are reported
in a starving condition on Frazer
John Sherman has been nominated
as President of the United States
Senate, pro tern. This means his
election and consequent succession
to the Vicc-Prcsidencj'. Tho Demo
crats have nominated Senator Harris
for Tennessee, as President of the
Senate, and Representative Carlisle
of Kentucky for Spcokcr of tho
House. Democratic politicians arc
offended at a letter of Saml. J. Til
don to Carlisle, advocating coast
fortification and commercial protec
tion. Extinguishing a light is like a
small supper; it is a light blow-out.
The Chinese name for the "Old
Scratch" is It Ching. This is re
markable. Merchant Traveler.
Tho elephant must go. Ho has
killed more than his share of persons
this season. Hartford Post.
A new cough cure has become
popular in Philadelphia because it
killed two cats. Courier-Journal.
A young lady asks: "How can I
rcmovo superfluous hair?" Comb
the butter. Ncicmaii Independent.
None are so deaf as those who do
not hear when thoj' are asked to lake
a drink. New Orleans Picayune.
Mrs. Stopover says she hears a
great deal about the liquor interest
and wonders if it is more than 0 per
cent. Jloston Post.
And now another accident has
happened Sara Bernhardt she fell
through a crack in the floor of a
theater. Chicago Tribune.
A friend indeed is ono who is liot
in noed. rG'jicajro Ledyer,
AGURMAN'viomanwHies a place.
Slu' is a trood hand In cooking or
as a room .eivnut.
Miss A. M, Burke,
No. 4 Adams Lane.
Has uil received, pel sleamei SI. Paul,
a splendid asiiilimnl or Christmas
Goods, among which, is a very choice
selection of new and elegant styles of
AUo, Glavs and Flguicd Tollcl Sets,
Doll Oaumgis, Velvet Cabinet 1'icltiio
Flames, Chi islnias Caudles,
Dolls, I'hlldicn's Paint 15oes,
Musical Tops, Glass Inkstands, Aulo-
graph Albums, Woik Bo.cs,
Paneteries, Shaving Mugs,
Gift Cups and Sauccr.-s Whisk Bioom
Holdeis, Silver-Plated Ware, etc.,
All of which Must be Seen to be
Wolfe & Co.
Have received by the St. Paul
and other late arilvals,
Royal Breakfast Bacon,
Dupcu Hams, Boast Gooe, Roast Buck,
Osford Sausage, Ham Sausage,
Mince Meat, McllimirM, Mushrooms,
Finnan Haddock, Oyslcis, Clam, Carla,
French and American Green Peas,
Jams and Jellies, Table Salt in jurs,
Tahle and Pie Fruit, Cition Peel,
Sultana Raisins, Fiench Capcics,
Currants, Salad Oil,
Giound it Whole Cinnamon,
Ground & Whole Alspice,
Ground & Whole Clover,
Ground & Whole Ginger,
Jordan Pitted Almonds, Chocolate,
Epp's Cocoa, Table Raisins, Almonds,
Pecan Nuts, Walnuts,
Hacl & Bra.il Nuts,
Large assoitmcnt of Fine
French Candies k Cakes.
For sale at the owosl pricoJ by
2w WOLFE & CO.
Just icceicl, an etra line lot of Ma.
nila Cigars, in Boes of 250 and 500.
For sale in Bond or ,'duly paid, m quan
titio3 to suit by
M. S. Crinbaum & Co.
Crystal Soda forks,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeiatcd Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
We Use Fateit Stoprs
in all our Bottles.
We invite particular nttention to our
Patent Filter, recently introduced, by
which all waters used in our manufac
tures is absolutely ficcd from all im
puiitles. We deliver our Goods free of charge
to all parts of the city. We guarantee
our Goods to bo the best in the market.
Careful attention paid to Island Ordcis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Bo :i!)7,'tHoiiobilu.
Jlcll Telephone : : 218
Mutual Telephone : .'t.'IO
1ST Oulers left with Ihujon.JSmltli a.
Co., No. 11 Fort Stiect, .will reecho
We, also, aie Agents for the .talc
of J. W lliHgloy's
183 of his own manufacture. Dm
O. IE. TSXXTJXJ1&T&
GKNEHAL I1USINKSS AGBNT.
15 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Magoon,
will all'.'iiil to all mniicr.i oi imsincss tor
tho residents of the, Hawaiian Islands
who may need an Agent.
I do not coutlno myself alone to tho
Business Hoiism, bill alio to the domes,
tlo class who would wIhIi mu to attend
to any matter of business, especially to
making puicluiKoi cither in Honolulu
or Han Fr.iiiolfco,lu any lino of General
To ibe Biibiness Houses I will gic
my carulul atlentioii in all muttons per.
taiiilng to General Husinets, vi.: Ad.
justing and Collecting Accounts, Distri
bution of Hills and Circulars, Custom
HoiibO Butiles, iluying ami Heating
Heal Kslato and Personal Piopeitv.
5? All Legal Documents will bo
caiefully and neatly drawn up by Mr.
J. A, Mugoon.
1 will attend to all initios entrusted
to my care in a careful, oouiluous and
ne.u milliner, and with quick dispatch.
Agent for KlinkueriS: Co. lted Itubber
Telephone ; P. O. No.v 11U.
Q FINK Building Lois on Llllha
O Street, between Jutld and School
Street", each having a frontage on
street of about 107 feel, and luo feet
depth. Will bo sold separately, or in 1
one mi Terms rcasoimmc. Aiipiy to
ALBERT C. SMITH,
Attorney at Law.
No. 1) Kaahumanu Sliccl. 202 2w
H. MAY & Co.
Have just received, ex St. Paul,
14 Box Choico Raisins,
Silvor Skin Onions,
1-2 Crates Choice Potatoes,
Bags Oregon Potatoes,
Bags Tomalo Potatoes. iiO'J lw
A Few Pairs of the above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from Snn Francisco.
Will bo sold at
Low JPvieos !
M. "V. McOliewiiey to Son.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &
Short Line between San Francisco,
Denver, Council Dl tills and
Agent for thcllawuilan Islands.
Call and See fop Yourself !
Now Beady and for Sale at
F. Horn's Pioneer
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
3,000 Pounds of Plain and-Fancy,
Of tho most varied assortment, and
guaranteed all made personally by
& Pastry Cook.
Beautify your IIomcN for
MAS & NEW YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Just received from New York
and Boston by
LEWEKS &. COOKE:
O Lu6o Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to cominuni.
cute with the Poitugucso, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any othor helps, will find It
the most prolltablo wuy to ndvertiso In
the Luso Hawaiiano, tho now organ of
the Portuguese colony, winch is pub.
lished on Merchant street, Gazelle Build,
ing, (I'ost.Olllce Letter Box E.),. and
only charges reasonable rates for adver
tlscments. Ihe SI Merctoiif
The Only Paper in California
that Advocates Hawaiian
A Splendid Advertising Medium
For Hawaiian BiiMne.su Men desirous of
forming trade connections
on tho Coast,
All Hawaiian papers kept on f)le and
full information given concerning
Entrusted to tho Proprietor will be
promptly and carefully executed,
and ho commission ciiAitauu.
TEKM8 Three Dollara per annum;
$1.7.'i for six months,
Charles It. Bucklund,
Editor and Proprietor,
Ui-FIUK-J23 Front Street. Fost-Ofilce
uox, zijuu, Ban rronclsco. California,
i - i ' irTi littlfWolag