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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1885."
Stinr Iwalani fi out llmuiikuii
Ilk O O .Mimnv fioni (Vnli.il Ameilea,
Schl Hob Hoy from KOnlail
Stmr Jus 1 DcnucttfroiuiMolokal
Stmr Lehiui from AVindwnid PoiN
Stmr Wnlmntialo for Waiiiiannlo
HHir Mokiioln for Vava
Stmr Iwnlnnl for llninakua
Hglnc JD Spieokelsfor San FraneUco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Itktno Mnrv Wlnkoiinan, llnuktit
lllslnu Ivllkitnt, Cutter
llgtuu J 1) Spreckels, Kills
Turn Eva, Wlrknmii
Ilk Victoria, Cros, HobciUou
Ilk T K Koslcr, Hugg
Ilk Lizzie Irodalc, lrcdalo
Ilk 0 R HIhon, Walter
llktnc Eureka, Lee
Ilk llcspcr, llyder
For Windward Ports, per steamer
Klnau, December 22 W II Cornwall,
Hon J W Kalun, dipt W G Ooodmnu,
Sirs 31 D Dean, .T D Fiascr, Miss Hind,
CHAVhitc, HH Laws A 1) llaldwlu,
H I) Baldwin, allies Rcnton (2). Miss
F Lewis, Mlbs Wells, 11 duller, Miss H
Kiinclinku, 13 Mullor, Dr Foshitn, L E
Lyman, T FiiRltn, G L Bates, Mrs F 1'
Hastings, Mr Graham and wife, II and
F Vida, L von Tempky, C 15 Coekett,
Miss M Atkins, G Anl, Miss 1' Hhoads
and about 100 deck.
For Kauai, per steamer Planter, De
cember 22 A Young. Sr, Miss 33 Knokc,
W Watcrliouse, Hon G W Pilipo, W
Sproull, Judge .T Ilapuku, N llullieit,
Dr K Brandt, Miss 13 V Hull, Mis S
Chopin, Miss ICato linger, IS 11 Rogers,
Hon W 13 Howell, Master Boyd, V. K
Bull, 0 Alee, -1 Chinese and about 70
Fiomllamakun, per steamer Iwalani,
December 211 Mrs M D Cooke, W I?
Johnson and 14 deck.
Stmr Iwalani brought 1532 bags of
sugar, 2 horses, and 1 pig. She ."-.ills to.
. morrow at 12 o'clock for Haniakua,
The steamer W G Hall hails on Satur
, day at IS v ai.
The steamer Iwalani urrhed tills
morning with 15U2 bags of sugar fiom
Hamakua. She sails to-morrow fit noon
to get about 1500 bags of sugar ready
for shipment at llonokaa for the tcin
Eva. The Iwalani could not get this
hiigar when last at llamuUua on account
of an accident to the boiler of the
donkey engine at llonokaa lauding. The
broken boiler was sent here for repairs
and to-morrow the Iwalani will return
with it. .The captain 'leports strong
winds and heavy northerly swells. The
steamer Kilauca IIou was at Paaulniu
yesterday. The people of Kiikulhaelo
mill expect to grind between 15 and 20
tons of sugar per day. 'Die Paauhau
mill has shut down for a montli or so
The llcspcr, Capt Ryder, that arrived
on the 21st inst from Newcastle, N S
W, has 1090 tons of coal for the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A political mass-meeting will be
held at the Armoiy to-night.
" Bethlehem's Song " will be the
theme at Fort Street Church to-night.
The building of the new lime
kiln for the Honolulu Stone Co,
ILvckfeld & Co. are shifting one
of their warehouses to make room
for the building of another.
, Rnv. Geo. Wallace conducts the
regular weeknight berviccs at Si.
Andrew's Cathedral this evening.
Mn. J. Williams was photograph
ing many of the popular htorcs this
Mn. Thos. Krouse, of the Sara
toga House, will spread his last
anti-dyspeptic meal before his
patrons on Saturday night.
The late Mr.
Russell's law library,
with book-case, will be sold by E,
Adams & Co., at ten to-morrow,
when the regular
cash sale will also
The royal party arc having a
cordial reception and a good time
wherever they go on the windward
islands. At Wailuku they were ac
corded a feast and a ball.
Hon. II. A. P. CarteiL Hawaiian
Minister Resident at Washington,
has been appointed, by the American
Mission Hoard, on the committee on
"Missions to the Pacific Islands."
All tho old and biokcn pipes that
had accumulated on Queen street,
where tho Water AVorks olllco for
merly stood, were sold to the Hono
lulu Iron Works this morning as old
Lyons & Cohen have a splendid
variety of gift goods for old and
young arranged lor to-night's sale.
Tho fancy furniture and dishes
mako an attractive showing, and
there is no end of toys.
The brigantino J. I). Spreckels
leaves at 12 o'clock to-morrow, and
will take a mail from tho post oflice.
She is u fast sailer, and with tho
prevailing southerly winds will pro
bably make a quick trip over.
FnoM a gentleman who arrived
from Hilo by tlio Ivinau last Sunday
the news Is received of the King
being about to visit II1I0, whcie he (
will bo received by a torchlight pro
.. .1 cnliltnnt nllnnnlinn tfl I
cession ami 11uu11u.11 sijuuuiiuj
UoAi) Supervisor Mart is going to
macadamise the vacant space nt the
foot of Niiimnu street, and after
ward run the steam roller over it so
as to make a nice, solid piece of
ground for lliu accommodation of
A LAiton dog was run over by
a vehicle last Monday, near the
Catholic Cemetery, and both hind
legs of the animal were broken.
Tf7 .1 , Z ' r h
notified of the case, the dog is still
The box plan for Miss Genevieve
Ward's appearance at the Hawaiian
Opera House, Saturday night, -will
open at Wiseman's Agency at nine
o'clock to-morrow morning. Doubt
less the oppoitunily of seeing and
hearing a dramatic artist of world
wide fame will be largely 'availed of
by the public.
Levhy's sale last night drew a
large crowd and lively bids. Its
success has decided a continuation
on Christmas Eve, as announced
elsewhere. This will be the last
chance to get Christmas presents at
auction. Additional accommodation
to that of last evening will be pro
vided for ladies.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
give a Christmas Concert on Friday
afternoon at three o'clock, on Emma
Square. Mr. Bergcr has arranged
two mcdlies, called "Christinas"
and "New Year," comprising the
latest popular school songs, which
will be played on that occasion. All
the children should be there.
At the Bethel Union to-night,
"The Glad Good News," Luke
2 :10, 11, will be the subject. After
the prayer meeting, there will be a
meeting of the congregation to elect
three trustees in place of three of
the nine trustees whose term of
oflice expires on the first of January.
A full, attendance is urgently re
quested. Ax old sailor thinks if the ar
rangement used by the "Mararoa"
to prevent rolling was adopted by
vessels running between this port
and Portland, Or., they would not,
perhaps, have so far to sail, as
"Thrum's Annual" insists from
year to year, viz., 1,G20 miles in
stead of 2,200. Nothing like accu
racy in a book of reference, he
Ei.sEwnEitE will be seen the pro
gramme of the first contest under
the auspices of the Hawaiiam Rifle
Association, to be held on New
Year's day. It is asked that per
sons wishing to join the Association
should be informed that they can
do so by calling on Mr. J. II.
Fisher, secretary, and paying three
dollars for sjx months' dues in ad
vance. Hox. W. C. Parke returned from
Maui yesterday, after having sold
out the bankrupt estate of Lorrin
A. Andrews at Makawao. Tho
land comprised 8, -WO acres and
sold for above 85,000, the live
stock and other effects making the
total proceeds of the sale $12,758.
There was an aggregate indebted
ness of 817,000 on the estate. Mr.
Hocking, an industrious and provi
dent young man who has not been
long in tho country, was the pur
chaser of the property.
The steamer Ivy Holmes was to
come to Honolulu this week to be
registered, and being overdue in
quiries were made of her where
abouts. Captain Freeman, of the
steamer Iwalani that arrived this
morning, says tho steamer Ivy
Holmes is ashore at Hilo, having, by
the blow of last week, been driven
high and dry on the sand beach.
The steamer Lchua 011 her last visit
to Hilo tried to tow tho stranded
vessel into deep water but failed.
Tho cabin of the Ivy Holmes is
slightly damaged, but otherwise she
is not injured.
N. S. Sachs' store will
every evening this week.
Fiiesh Mince Pies daily from and
after dato at Meller & Iltdbo's Con
fectionery. . 177
Looic at Horn's windows and see
if they aro not more tasty -than the
fittings of the Mararoa. 207
Just received, a large and well
selected stock of velvet frames at
King Bros.' Art Store. 200 3t
FitKSH Cream Cakes and
daily from and aftor date at
& llalbo's Confectionery.
A sympathetic cablegram has
been sent to Mr. Stead, editor of
tho ltll Mall Gazette, by the chair
man of the recent mass meeting in
The. Snuta Clans pnrtv in the
lecture room of Fort Sti cot Church
last evening was a very interesting
as well as successful entertainment.
The children of Mrs. Southwick's
Sunday school in Fowler's yard
came together in force (0 meet the
ancient, honorable and benevolent
Santa Clans. A large Christmas
tree, mountain lchua, occupied the
center of the room. The foliage
was well sprinkled with artificial
icicles, whoso peculiar glint in the
lamplight madu some people think
of Chtislmas nights in their northern
homes. The boughs of, the trco
were loaded down with toys, can
dies and all sorts of fruits peculiar
to this species of vegetation. Old
Santa came in, robed in an immense
...i ...':. .. , 1
gown ami wearing a beard con
siderably grown since his appear
ance last year. His appearance in
snow-flaked costume, at first, terri
fied some of the unsophisticated
juveniles of the tropics. Tho
jovial salutations of his benevolent
majesty coupled with the liberal
distribution of presents that fol
lowed, however, soon quieted the
fears of the little people. Refresh
ments were served, several Christ
mas carols were sung, and at seven
o'clock the assembly broke up in a
dissolving view of small boys, and
wee girls returning to their homes
laden with the tokens of benevolence
bestowed on them. Mrs. Soitthwick
being unable, from illness, to be
present, the proceedings were con
ducted in a very cllicicnt manner
by Miss F. Johnson and Miss Carrie
Castle. It is pleasing to learn that
the mission school is in a nourishing
NOTES FROM KAU.
A petition is being hastily got up,
praying for two polling places for
this district. The request is rea
sonable and is supported by both
The candidates here arc J. Kau
hane and Bill Thompson, neither of
whom have yet delivered their
formal speeches, but Bill promises
to open the ball in a few days and
is confident of being able to satisfy
every tax-payer that the Govern
ment's repudiation of their 82-cent
dollars by not accepting them for
taxes, is a master stroke of states
manship. "You hold on till I
The weather is very dry the
coverlid clouds hovering near, us,
but no rain. Some of the cane is
eighteen months standing for the
necessary water to keep the mills
Twenty-four cases of grog for
one plantation by one steamer not
a bad allowance. Some of the Por
tuguese and Chinese arc making
small fortunes selling grog. Cannot
the Government do here what was
lately done on Kauai catch some
of them and enrich the treasury.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Monday, Dec. 21st.
Before Judge Preston. In Ono
mea Sugar Co. vs. Herbert C. -and
Franklin II. Austin, hearing upon
the merits was fixed for Monday
next. The amount of 81,800 was
paid into Court by defendants, ac
cording to the judgment given on
In the case of John M. Horner vs.
Claus Spreckels, a commission was
issued to lake the deposition of de
fendant in San Francisco.
Tuesday, Dec. 22nd.
Before Chief Justice Judd. Lee
Ah Sue vs. Cliu Kcc and others,
with. W. C. Parke and W. K. Castle,
garnishees. Mr. Castle to-day
moved the Court to set default aside
and lie bo allowed to answer, on the
ground that the order of Court be
low and the summons were in con
tradiction of each other, thereby
misleading garnishees and prevent
ing them appearing. Motion granted
and hearing set for Thursday noxt
at 1 o'clock i'. m.
A. J. Cartwright presented his
accounts as executor of the will of
the late Hugh McDonna, and asked
for examination and his discharge.
Mrs. Sophie M. Lack, residuary
devisee, accepted the accounts, hav
ing received a balance of 8718.11,
less 10.25 costs. The accounts
were examined and approved and
the executor discharged.
Accounts of S. Selig and Joseph
Ilyman, assignees bankrupt estato
of C. Atai, of Kau, were examined
and approved, and tho assignees
discharged. Total amount claims
S10,-197.Gl), dividends paid $2,0JD.
51, exclusive of Sing Chong & Co.'s
mortgage, which the assignees and
said firm compromised by payment
of $1,816.51 to Cecil Brown, at
torney for said Sing Chong & Co.
II. Ilackfeld & Co", filed a peti
tion to put Akiona-of Wailuku,
Maui, into bankruptcy for statutory
reasons. Tuesday, Dec. 29th, at
10 o'clock a. m., was fixed as tho
time for hearing the question of
The (Jnomea Sugar Co, vs. II. C.
and F. II. Austin. Counsel for the
respective parties filed their stipula
tion with a view to bring the whole
case upon appeal to tho Court in
banco without further preliminary
Moses Mahelona, ex-Deputy Sher
iff of Wnitmac, was examined on his
application for license to practise in
the inferior Courts.
Wednesday, Dec. 23rd.
II. Kolomoku, So and $D costs for
drunkenness, loanc and Ilikai, af
fray, 87.10 each.
Ti;r."DY, Dec. 22nd.
Lung Sai, dcseiling contract ser
vice, ordered to return. Costs, 8!).
2!3rd Several cases of deserting
contract service were called, but had
been settled out of Court.
(Vjj S . Murarou.)
The large reward of 85,000 is
offered by Hon. AW Pearson, for tho
discovery of tho persons who wilfully
injured the racchotsc Commotion
prior to the contest for the Mel
Cardinal Moran has been present
ed at Newcastle, N. S. W., with a
pectoral cross and chain, richly
chased and set with diamonds, valu
ed at 8350.
In a betting case recently tried,
Sir George Inncs from the bench
animadverted severely on the man
ner in which true sport was degrad
ed by men who made it u vehicle for
fraud and dishonesty
Tho steps taken
Wales in reference
in New South
to inquiring by
extent of the
have extended only
experts as to the
disease. It was found to affect an
area of but 15 acres in the neighbor
hood of Camden.
In Sydney, recently, Frcdciick
Maddocks was convicted of piracy
and sentenced to ten years' penal
servitude. The offense was com
mitted twelve years ago, but the
culprit had only rccenth been cap
tured. He was master of a vessel,
the owner of which was on board
trading among barbarous islands of
Polynesia. Captain Maddocks put
the owner on an island, and, setting
sail before his eyes, took the vessel
to New Zealand, where he sold her
and escaped to America. As the
judge told the prisoner, in pronounc
ing sentence, he doubtless expected
that Mr. Nichols, the owner, should
be murdered by the savages, exas
perated at not being paid for articles
gold him. In this way the scoundrel
anticipated that the owner's evi
dence against him should be des
troyed, but his calculations were not
realized, and justice oveitook him
at long last.
One Ilargrcaves has been exhibit
ing a Hying machine before the
Royal Society in Syduey.
TIIH Premises on Punchbowl Street,
hcretofoie occupied by the Gei
man Club, consisting of Club Home,
Howling A'llcy and extonsivc grounds
well laid out. Enumico from Punch
bowl and Emma Streets. Apply 10
207 tf or J. F. HACKFELD.
3Fov IIox'ii'K OeljlvriLel
AT 23 Cents Kaeli,
5Will bcieceived until FRIDAY,
Dec. 125th, noon, at
'. HORN'S Pioneer Steam Candy Fac
tory and Bakery, Hotel St., between
Ntiunnu & Fort St. 200 tf
$2 &. 25 Cts.
Will Buy a Sample Box of fi Pounds
Full Weight Homemade
it and you will bo fully satisfied.
At R IBOK.VU Jiom(!i'
St'm Candy Factory & Bakery.
A Card to the Pile
of Honolulu and tho Hawaiian
Kingdom in general.
Why do you pay from 75 to 100 Cents
for Ono Pound of mj called imported
Prcnch Candies, while you can buy
Home-Mado Fresh and
FAR SUPERIOR CANDIES
Both 111 Qunllly and Vnilcty, at F,
HOHN'b Pioneer Candy Faetoiy,
50 Cents a Pound,
and which hu fdmiily mils "Hawaiian
Home-nmi!e Rest Mixed Candies," and
guarantees to bu Slrlctly Pure.
Proprietor Pioneer Sleuni Cnudy Fac
tory and HaUory, 200 tf
Ghristmas Mince Pies
NEW D-RJSSS MAK1NU
Mils, . I. LYONS begilolhfoim the
Ladles of Honolulu tliiitf-lia lui"
Just opened tho large and spacious
rooms over Hie stoiu occupied by C, .1.
Fishcl for carrying on the business of
in all Its bianoho. Having made ar
lungemcnts to itcelvo fiom Eutopo uml
Anieilca nil tho lnt"M FnMlilouo, she
hones, by doing woik liuiioughly -nid
at low prices, In trrclvu n fair Mum' of
patioungu. fall and wine.
7:im MHS..1. ,YON8.
.A.. 3T-u. :5:irJS?3B.
has just lccclvcd, per steamer St. Paul,
u splendid assortment or Christmas
Goods, anion g which, is a very choice
selection of new and elegant style-, of
Also, Glas,;, and Figured Tolled Sets,
Doll Can Inge, Vohet Cabinet Picture
Fiamcs, Christinas Cindlco,
Dolls, Cliildicu's Paint llo.c,
3lusical 'fops, Glass Inkstands, Aulo-
guiph Albums, Work Mo.c,
Pam terics, Shaving Mugs,
Gilt Cups and Saucers, WliUk Tlroom
Holder-!, Silver-Plated Ware, etc.,
All of which Must ho Seen to bo
Have lcceivcd by the St. Paul
and othei laic airivals,
Royal Breakfast Bacon,
Dupce Ham1!, Hoast Coose, Hoist Duck,
CKInrd Sausage, llnm SaiMfii',
Milieu Jleal, MultinuM, Mushiooms,
Finnan Hnddock, l)yieis, Clams, C.iria,
French and American Ureen 1'ens,
Jams and Jellies, Table Salt in iars,
Table ami Pic Pnt, Cition Peel,
Sultana Haisins, Fionch Capcies,
Currants, Salad Oil,
Giotind & Whole Cinnamon,
Ground & Whole Alspice,
Giouud & Whole Clover,
Gioiind & Whole Ginger,
Joidtin Pitted Almonds, Chocolate,
Kpp's Coco.i, Tabic Haisins, Almonds,
Pecan Nuts, Walnuts,
Ha7cl &. lha.il Nuts,
Largo assortment of Pine
For sjIo at the owest price? by
202 2w "WOLFH & CO.
Just received, an extra line lot of Mn
nllii Cigars, in 31o.es of 250 and .100.
'For sale in Bond or .'duty paid, in qunu
titles to suit by
M.S. Grinbaum & Co.
Patronize Hbhib IuQnstry !
J. W. HiRSGLEY,
Foimeily of (lie Pioneer Cigar Fne.
tory, has moved into (he front part of
Jibe Crystal Sodu Works, where hu is
picpaied toilll all outers at tlic lowcbt
EST bland ordcis
Manufacture. s of
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonnde, Aciuted "Waters of
all kindfi, Fruit Syrups mid Essences
We Due Patent Stoppers
lu all our Dottles
Wo invite paiticular attention to our
Patent Filtei, ieently introduced, by
which all watorx need in our mnnufiie.
linen is iib-olulely fietd fiom all lin.
Wo deliver our Goods free of charge
to nil purls of the city, Wo guarantee
our Goods to be thu best in the market.
Careful attention paid lo Island Oidcrs.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Hox 97,UoiioiiIii,
Itell TcU'itlioiit! : : 2!K
Mutual Ttltilnii(i : XtO
E3T Ordcru loft with Hpnson,Siiiil)i ,
Co., No. 11 Pott Street, will receive
Wo, nlco, mo Airoiits for tho enlo
of J. W IliHgley'b
163 of hlsoiui manufaclu.ro, Om
Crystal Soda Works,
A GEltMAX woman whiles a place.
.ex Slio is a good bond In cooking or
as n loom sonant. Apply to F. X.,
lii'M.1.1 is- On icn. :.'0G lw
Miss A. M, Burke,
No. 4 Adams Lane.
PINK HuildliiK Lot, on 1,1111m
Street, between Judd uml Snlinnl
Stu'ctx, each having a Troiitngc on
street of about 10 feet, and laa feet
depth. Will Lo sold separately, or in
one lot. Tel ms reasonable. Apply to
ALI1EHT C. SMITH, v
, Attorney nt Law.
o. I) Kaiiluinniiiu Street. 202 2w
To Lot Furnished,
AT ICIlmiea, Kauai, a coin fui tunic
llousoaud Cottage emiuentiy suita
ble for a family wishing to spend a
short lime in the country. Apply to
13H Kilauca Sugar Co., Kiiunl.
I WILL be found nt my olllcc, 03 Hotel
Street, from this date. Olllco hours,
from 0 a.m. to -1 p.m.
M. GROSSMAN, Dentist.
Honolulu, Dec. 2, lys.'i. 100
A Few Pairs of the ntove
Famous Ureetl of Fowls
Just received fiom Sun Fiancisco.
"Will be sold at
Low Prices !
M. "W. jMLeClieMiey Ss Sou.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &
Si PAUL RAILWAY!
Short Line between San FraucUco,
Denver, Council Mull's and
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Now Kcndy and for Sule at
IT. llorn'H Pioneer
STEAM CAM FACTORY
3,000 Pounds of Plhin amUFancy,
Of tho most varied assortment, and
guaranteed all made persoual'y by
Piaclical Confectioner & Pastry Cook.
JHeuiitify your JIomi-M Tor
S & W YEAR'S !
Eine Wall Papers,
DcvorntiouM & JturderH, etc.
Just received from Nuw York
mid Uoston by
JOJEWJErtS & COOKE.
C. I. MIDLIEXfc,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
45 Hui-cluuit Street, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr.' J. A. Mngoon,
will nttsiiil to all mutters of business for
tho residents of the Hawaiian Islands
who may need an Agent.
I do uolcouliiiu mytelf alone lo thu
lliisiui'bs Houses, but also to tho domes,
tic class who would wish mo to attend
to any matter of business, especially to
milking purchases either In Honolulu
or Ban Francisco, in any Hue of General
To Ihu Ilusines Houses I will give
my careful attention in nil mutters per.
taiuing to General Ilubincss, viz: Ad
jiibling and Collecting Accounts, UlstrJ.
bution of Hills and Circulars, Custom
House Entries, Huylng ami Renting
Heal Estato and Personal Property.
U2TA11 Legal Docunumts will be
eaiefuliy and neatly drawn up by Mr.
J. A. Mngoon.
I will intend tonll mattcis entrusted
to my enru in a careful, courteous ami
neat miinner, nnd with quick dispatch.
Agent fr Kllukuer & Co. Red Rubber
Telephone ; P. 0.Bos:il3.