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THURSDAY,, DEC. 21, 188.
Sehr llalcakala fnnn IVpcokco
Stun' Jas MaKcc fiom Kap.ia
Sclir Nettle Murill! fiom Laliaiu.i
SI mi' Iwaluitl for llauinktin
llgtno.l I) SpiccKcIs for S.m
VESSELS LEAVING SATURDAY.
Ktiur W 0 Hull for Maul anil Hawaii
Stim Jus Makco for Kapaa
Selir Nettie Men 111 for Lahnlna
Schr Huleakala for Pcpeekco
VESSELS IN PORT.
llMno Mnrv Wlnkehnan, llackus
Itkluo Kllk'ilat, Cutter
ngtne.T I) Hptockcls, Fills
Tern Eva, Wiukiiiiin
Ilk Victoria Cross, Jtoltci l.-on
31k 'J' It Foster, Kugg
tk EHiutro, Jenks
Ilk IilzJo Iivdale, licdalu
Ilk 0 It Bishop, Waller
Bktiiu Eureka, Leo
Bk Hcpcr, ltydor
From Kaprta, la Wnlanap, per stiiir
,Tfs Makco, December 21 W Water
house, wife ami family, 1" Buir ami 21
For San Francisco, per bijtno J It
Spieckels, December 2 10 Shatcher.
Steamer .Tas Makco brought asfi bass
of sugar, 7")0 bags of paildy, Sit giccn
hides, I horse, 2 calves, 1 cow, and 1
mule. She sails on Saturday at !! i it
for Kapaa only.
. Schooner Nettie Men ill brought !)S."t
The bgtno J 1) Spi-cckels sailed this
A Jt forSan Fianeieo with 7,10S hags
of sugar, valued at $10,880.23.
The bark 1) C Munay, Uaj.it Mudgctt,
arrived yesterduy i 11, 111 days from San
Jose, Central America. She has !9
bares of ha, and 2 bales of bags taken
on board at San Francisco'.
The schooner Lilioliho took a load of
coal from the bark Hesper this morning
for Punsduu, Kau, Hawaii.
The steamer Lchua did not atrivo
last night as reported.' The steamer Jas
I Dowsctt when first seen was thought
to bo the Lchua and was lcported as
The steamer Jas I Dowsctt icturned
yesterday r M on a special errand from
ilolokal. She sailed again later in the
To the wife of W. O. Peacock,
2:ird, 18S5, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Bullktix will not .be issued
A Mkrkv Christmas to friends
and patrons of the Bulletin.
, . -
Santa Claus will pay a visit to
the Chinese Church this evening at
C :30 o'clock.
Tin: Mutual Telephone Company
has issued a new list, containing
names of 37-1 subscribers.
A srcciAL sale of hay, potatoes,
bread, etc., will be held by Lyons
& Cohen at noon of Saturday.
Tun quarterly exhibition of the
Kaumakapili Sunday schools will
take place on Sunday morning.
Guorc.i: Engclhardt's stoic, with
his glittering chandeliers and silver
ware, made a gorgeous display last
Tun Hawaiian Rifle Association
hold their first practice shooting
match at the Casino to-morrow
Tim Mariposa ought to be here
from San Francisco sometime be
tween Saturday noon and Sunday
One of the finest magic lanterns,
if not the finest in the Kingdom, can
bo seen at Robert Mote's shop on
One hundred bales of California
hay, just landed, will bp sold at
Lewis 'J. Levey's auction room at
half-past eleven on Saturday.
. . .
A coNTEMroitAUY says that, after
Lyons & Cohen's sale, "the pur
chasers dispersed." That was be
cause tho firm has not a hotel
captains of the steamers
Hall, Iwalani and Jas.
received presents of suck
ling pigs from the I. I. S. IS. Co.
this morning for a right royal feast
There will he a Christmas bonbon
party at the Yoscmito skating rink
to-morrow night. New music, com
prising a fine selection, will be pro
vided, and dancing will follow skat
ing if desired.
Lyons & Cohen had a laigo audi
ence labt evening, and tho sale con
tinued to a Jato hour. The cheaper
lines brought full value, but there
were somo gieat bargains in tho
richer class of goods.
Levey has tho place of honor in
the procession of Christmas auc
tions, closing the fair with a fine
offering this evening. Santa Claus's
deputies can load up with great
convenienoo at his salesroom.
Tiik meeting of Iho Teachers'
Association will take place on Mon
day at 10 o'clock a. M. in the Y. M.
C. A. hull. Remember the time
and the place. All interested in
education are cordially invited to
attend tlio sessions.
Tm: sale of the late John Rus
sell's, law library, by K. P. Adams
& Co., realized $-J18. Somu of the
works, notably Hawaiian Reports
nearly out of print, brought high
prici'S. The regular cash sale that
followed was largely attended and
pioved one of the best of the season.
Tin: Norwegian from Kaneohe
who lately broke a leg at the l'ali
is now able to go about. The
Chinaman who fell into the water
wheel pit of the. Kaneohe mill,
about a fortnight ago, U not yet
out of danger. Some of his ribs
were broken, and there is a possibi
lity of inllainmation supervening.
Mil. James Campbell chartered
the steamer James I. Dowselt at
Lahuina, to bring Mrs. Campbell
and himself up to town for Christ
inas. The steamer's unexpected
arrival yesterday afternoon occa
sioned no small amount of curiosity
as to the cause. Mr. Campbell is
in good health, excepting a slight
cold, and is to-day enjoying him
self on his verandah with news
papers and cigars. The reports of
his serious illness are unfounded.
Mn. Noi.ti: to-day gave the pat
rons of the Beaver saloon a savory
Christmas luncheon of tin-key.
which was enjoyed with evident
appreciation. The birds wcic a
line stock raised by himself on tho
Casino premises, one of them weigh
ing when dressed thirty pounds.
It was a veuy graceful act to give
up such superior stock for the
delectation of his boarders, without
extra charge, and they will not be
likely soon to forget the genial
caterer's generosity. For he's a
jolly good fellow, and a jolly
fellow is Nolte.
Accounts come from the Colonies
of 15. Cecil Thompson, the pseudo
aristocrat who. insinuated himself
into the confidence of many Hono
lulu tuft-hunters, and whose sur
reptitious leave-taking on the Aus
tralian steamer, 'together with some
of his other exploits here, was
revealed in this paper last October,
lie managed to attach himself to a
fellow-passenger whom he had met
here, who was induced at Sydney to
lend him money, upon the pretext
that his trunk, containing a 83,000
draft, had been left ashore unknown
to him at Auckland. His loose
change was all gone, and he had
not even a change of linen such
was tho sorrowful plea that pre
vailed. With the loan thus obtain
ed, Thompson took himself off to
Auckland, and his benefactor had
not heard fiom him at last accounts.
N. S. Sachs' store will
every evening this week.
Fuesh Mince Ties daily from and
after date at Mellcr & Halbe's Con
Look at Horn's windows and sec
if they are not more tasty than the
iittnms of the Mararoa. 207
Just received, a large and well
selected stock of velvet frames at
King Bros.' Art Store. 200 3t
FiiESii Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& lialbe's Confectionery.
At the request of many patrons,
A. L. Smith will keep ids store open,
this Thursday evening, Dec. 2Jth,
until 1) p. m. It
' CITY MARKET. One of
finest sights to be seen in town
CHICKENS SUCKINH 1'IOS,
l'IXE TAT UEEl' MUTTON,
At the CITY MARKET.
The Bishop's congregation of St.
Antlrew's Cathedral will have even
song at seven this evening ; choral
celebration at 0:30 to-morrow
(Christmas) morning ; morning
prayer at 0 :.')0 a. m., and evensong,
with catechizing by the Bishop, at
7 l". m. The second congregation
will havo choral celebration at 7:30
A. jr., and morning prayer at 11
a. m. Elaborate musical pro
grammes are arranged for all the
Tfwlay is a fast and abstinence
day witli tho Roman Catholics
Christmas is a holy day obligation,
and will bo kept in the Cathedral
with low masses from -1 :30 to 9 a.
m., holy communion at all the
masses except the first and second.
Pontifical high mass at 10 a. m.,
when Wenner's mass in U will bo
sung by the St. Louis College
ohoir, specially traiucd for the occa
sion. The rollcgo band will partici
pate in the services. There will be
baptism after high mass, and con
firmation, rosary and benediction at
three in the afternoon.
Special Clnistmas services will be
held in Foil-street and Bethel Union
Churches on Sunday evening.
Following is the programme for
tjic Christinas Concert at,. Ktiinia
Square to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock-, by the Royal Hawaiian
March Norma Bellini
Ovi'i tare Jolly liobbcrs Suppo
Waltz Sec-Saw Ctowo
Selection Ki nanl Vcrdl
.March, Medley Hawaiian Melodies..
Walls:, Medley Meuy Christinas)
(now ) Ilergcr
l'olka, Medley Happy Xow Year
Quickstep Lcl Lchua Bergrr
Aloha Ocl Aloha Oc! Hawaii l'onoi.
MISS WARD'S APPEARANCE.
Following is tho programme of
the dramatic recitals at tho Ha
waiian Opera House on Saturday
The Life Boat by George It. Slut...
Mr. W. II. Vernon
Widow of Glencoc by Aytoun
Miss Genoloo Ward
Betsy and I Are Outl by Carlcton....
Betsy and I Aro In .. Miss G. Ward
Billy's lIoc by Gcoige It. Sims
Miss G. Ward
A'l'ersoual Experience "
Mr. G. N. Vernon
True Heroism Ameiican' incidents
A God After All J Mis G. Ward
Scenes from Shukcspcaic'.s tr.igedy of
Act 1 Scenes live and seven.
Act 2 Murder scene.
Act 5 Sleep walking scene.
Macbeth, Mr. W.1L Vernon : Ladv Mac
beth, Miss G. Ward. '
To conclude with tho comedietta In
one act of
A Morning Call.
Sir Edwaul Ardent... Mr. W-H. Vernon
Mrs. Chillingtone Miss G. Ward
Conspicuous among the Christmas
displays of the present season, arc
the drugstores. A representative
of the Bulletin, being in ood
health, and possessed of a benevo
lent curiosity to ascertain some
thing of what Honolulu can do for
such of its inhabitants as may re
quire drugs and medicines, called
at the establishments of Messrs.
Benson, Smith & Co. and Messrs.
Ilollister & Co., and found that
there is not only an abundant supply
of drugs and medicines for all the
ills to which people of all nationali
ties are liaWe, but also that the
drugstores arc ready to supply a
large variety of articles of use and
beauty for the well.
MESSES. BENSON, SMITII CO.
This firm deals largely in medi-
cinal elixirs and syrups, oleates,
medicinal wines, lluid and solid
extracts, all of their own manufac
ture. Lady customers, on entering
the store, have only to glance to the
right, to see their fair forms re
flected from a large mirror, fixed on
the wall on that side. On the right,
the next object that commands ob
servation, is a grand marble soda
fountain, in the form of the upper
part of a castle, with flashing corner
turrets, and a lofty glass dome on
top, surmounted by an armed and
belted knight in bronze. The'
various drinks that, on demand,
ooze from the fountain are all made
from pure juices, hi the opposite
side, on tlte left, is a splendid case,
with a fine array of Rickscckcr's
perfumery in bottles of all sizes
tastefully arranged. Next to this
stands the chemical case, filled with
elementary chemical bodies, bear
ing formidable names. .Standing
between tho two entrances to the
store is a handsome- surgical instru
ment case, and in which arc also
kept sundry articles both rare and
curious, among which are pointed
out electric crimpers and electric
tooth brushes. The crimper is a
novelty in its way, and is intended
to enable tho daughters of Eve to
crimp their flowing tresses without
recourse to hot irons of any kind.
Whether the electric tooth brush is
going to strike dentists with light
ning or not, it has not yet been long
enough in the market to ascertain.
Prominent among the objects that
attract attention, on first entering
tho store, is a pyramidal stand,
bearing bottles, in graded sizes, of
Florida Water, Mailo Cologne and
Lei Aloha. These beautiful per
fumes aro manufactured by Messrs.
Benson, Smith & Co. themselves,
and give the firm a well-deserved
celebrity. In tho second fiat is the
manufacturing laboratory, ut which
two men work, one on each side of
a long bench. At the time of the
Bulletin reporter's visit, the prin
cipal operator was at work under
Berry's Perculator, which is an in
strument for making fluid extracts
by cold pressure. At the opposite
side, a Chinaman is busy, with deft
lingers, sealing up bottles. It is
needless to say that the whole estab
lishment, when lighted up, at night,
makes a very brilliant and tasteful
appearance from tlio street.
MLsSJt?. IIOLMSTKII & CO,
This firm recently moved from
their old quartets on Nuuanit Street
to the Williams' block on Fort
street. Their branch store, corner
of Fort and Merchant streets, is in
course of being moved up to the
new stand, where their business
will bti till under one roof. The
firm is to be congratulated on
haying secured one of the finest
buildings in town, for carrying on
a large business. The store, on tho
ground Hat, is 2 ft feet front by
o(! feet deeit. The second anil
.third lloors extend over the adjoin
ing store, and, accordingly, measure
50 by CO feet. After reaching the
attic, the visitor is conducted
through the sky light in the roof,
where a magnificent view of tho
city and the splendid landscapes of
the surrounding country, is ob
tained. The view from this point
is indeed very suggestive of the
outlook irom tho cupola of the"
Boston Slate House. The upper
fiats arc 'used for storage of drugs,
of which a heavy stock, in great
variety, is always kept on hand.
Besides the usual articles that form
the stock in trade of a well
equipped drugstore, Ilollister &
Co. show sonic excellent lines of
perfumery, which are in good de
mand. The Lundboig perfumery,
ICastman's Aloha and lloyt's Ger
man Cologne are tho specialties in
this department at the present time.
Colgate's soaps and toilet waters
also occupy prominent positions.
A grand soda fountain, near the
entrance, dispenses soda water,
ginger ale, and other refreshing
beverages. In tobacco and cigars,
the firm make a good showing in
the quality of the brands, as well
as in the large variety of the supply.
The nightly lighting up is one of
tho few pretty sights that relievo'
the prevailing gloom of closed stores
on Fort street after sunset.
Thursday, Dec. 2 1th.
Kamaka, disorderly conduct. Im
prisonment at hard labor three days,
costs SI. 20.
I. S. N. Co. vs. Kcaloha, Pii
Kaunole, Kcaupuni, deserting
ooutract service. Defendants or
deredgto return, costs 300,cach.
Samuel Xott vs. Geo. Voght; 15.
P. Adams garnishee. Garnishee in
judgment. Thurston for plaintiff,
Kinney & Peterson for defendant.
Continued for judgment until 28th.
W. 15. Mclntyre vs. A. K. Kunui
akea. Actions on two promissory
notes for $100, and $122.80. Judg
ment for plaintiff,
AVliitman & Wright vs,
Clark. Assumpsit for
Judgment for plaintiff.
Miller vs. Godfrey, the defendant
entered a demurrer which was al
lowed by the Court, and the plaintiff
was allowed to amend on payment
of costs. The case was then settled
out of Court.
A Chinaman lias just published a
book, in which he says: "Woman
docs not require study to make her
self perfect she is boin perfect."
The Chinese can slay.
A St. Louis interviewer lias dis
covered that Jay Gould doc3 not
approve of strikes. Some fellow
may be interviewing his Satanic
Majesty next for his views on holy
Xov Iloi-n'N Gclclu'iitcil
AT ?J.l Cents Kuril,
Will be leceivcd until FRIDAY,
Dec. 25th, noon, at
HORN'S Pioneer Steam Candy Fac
tory and Bakery, Hotel St., between
Nuuantt A Fort St. !i00 tf
Miss A. M, Burke,
No. 4 Adams Lane.
To the Business Community:
QUARTERLY Hills, DMrlbiitert, Ac
counts inado out, Hooks written up
anil Balanced, Collections of Accounts
a specially. Every IlUi-Incss Mav should
call on mo who deslui the about busi
ness attended to. J. II. WISEMAN',
2011 lm General Itiislnu.s.s Agent.
cm mm inintfAv
Short Line between San FiuurUcc,
Denver, Council Illullii and
Agent for tho Hawiilian Ishuuls.
THE OAS1XO CLOSED.
1?KOM ami nttir tin day thtOASlNO
.. U cirsd for Rood.
J. F. NOBLE,
ACCOUNTANT, Copyist, Collector
and (icii'iiil liuMncss Ajent, al-o
Tourists. Agency. Olllre for the im-.c'.it
with W. II. Uige, Cart luge IlepoMtorv.
1'ortsticet. -Juil lit
$2 & 25 Cts.
Will Buy a S.unplu Ho, of 5 Pounds
Full Wciolit HoimMimiln
Haw'nBBst Mixed Ganaios!
Try it and you will bo fully Eafisllcd.
At 1s HmtX'N Pioneer
St'm Candy Factory & Bakery.
A Card to tie Pile
of Honolulu and. tho Hawaiian
Kingdom in general.
Why do von pay fiom 75 to 100 Cents
for One Pound of so culled Impelled
Trench Candies, while you can buy
Homc-Matlo Presh and
Alt SUPERIOR CANDIES
I!oth in Quality and Vaiietv, at F.
HOHN'b I'lohui'i- Candy Faculty,
50 Cents a Pound,
and which lie Minply calls "Hawaiian
Ilouie-niadc liest Mixed C'itndic," and
guarantees to be Strictly Pure.
Proprietor Pioneer Slc.ini Candy Fac.
lory and U.ikery. l!0(i tf
J. L. SMITH
lias just iccelvcd, per steamer St. Paul,
a splendid assortment or Christmas
Good , among which, is a vciy choice
selection of new and elegant styles of
Also, Glavs and Figutrd Toilet Sots
,Doll Carnages, Vehul Cibitiel Picture
Fi nines, Clnistmas Candles,
Dolls, Children's 1'ninl Hoei-,
Musical Tops, Glass Inkstands, Auto,
graph Albums, Woik l'oes,
Papcterics, Shaving Mugs,
Gift Cup3 and Saucers, Whisk llroom
HolUers, Silver-l'lateti waie, etc.,
All of which Must he Seen to be
Have received by the St. Paul
, and other late arrivals,
Hoyal Breakfast Bacon,
Dupcc Hams, lto'ist Goose, Itoasl Duck,
0ford Sausau'c, Ham Sausage,
MinceMe.it, Mi'ltiuurM, Mushrooms,
Finnan Haddock, Oysleis, Clams, Curia,
French and American Green Peas,
Jams and .Jellies, Table Salt in jars,
Table and Pie Fiuil, Citron Peel,
Sultana Jla'sins, Fiench Capcres,
Currants, Salad Oil,
Ground & Whole Cinnamon,
Ground & Whole Alsplce,
Giound & Whole Clover,
Ground & Whole Giugci,
Jordan Pitied Almonds, Chocolate,
Kpp's Cocoa, Table Uaisins, Almonds,
Pecan Nuts, Walnuts,
Hazel & Uni.il Nuts,
Larsc assortment of Fine
For sale atjlhc ouost price' by
WOLFF. & CO.
Just received, an e.lra line lot of Ma
nila Cigars, in lloxus of S.IO and 500.
For sale in Iionil or, 'duly paid, in quail
titles to suit by
M. S. Crinbaum & Co.
Patronize Home Mustry !
J. W. HBEUGLEY,
Formeily of Iho JMnucur Cigar Far.
tory, has moved into tlio front part of
lliu Ciystal Soda Works, whero ho is
prepaid! to 1111 all oulcrs at thu lowest
Z2? Island orders
A GUNMAN woman wishes a place,
blto Is a good liand In cooking: or
us a room seivant. Apply to 1 Ni
lit'i.i.im.v Oi'iicn. 200 lv
To Lot Furnished,
AT Kllnuea, Kauai, a comfortable
llousoaml Cottage eminently sulla
bio for a family wish'-ig to spent! a
liort lliuu in the countiy. Apply to
li)0 tf ICHnuca Sugar Co., Kaiini,
Crystal Soto Works,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeialed Waters o
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
We Use Patent Stop's
in all our Hollies.
We invito particular attention to our
Patent Filler, recently introduced, by
which all waters used in our mauufuc.
lutes is absolutely fieed from all int.
We deliver our Goods free of charge
to all parts of tho city. AVe guaianleo
our Goods to bo tlio best In the niaiket.
Careful attention paid to Island Ordets.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Uox 307,11101101(1111.
Kell Telephone : : 98
Mntunl Telephone : 330
t35 Oulcrs loft with 15cnon,3milh &
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will lccchc
We. also, are Agents for the sulo
of J. W IliHgley's
183 of hi; own manufnctuie. 0m
Call ami See for Yourself!
Now Itcady and for Sale at
JT. llor-Vi-i Pioneer
STEM CANDY FACTORY
H,009 Pounds of Plain andSFnucji,
Sti icily Pure, ,
Of the mo3t varied assortment, and
guaranteed all made personally by
Practical Confectioner &"Pastry Cook.
A Few Pairs of the alovo
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from San Francisco.
Will bo sold at
X-iow Prices !
M. W. iVXeCliesncy .to Son.
Itcmilify your ironies for
IAS & NEW YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Jlccorut ioiiN He ItordcrH, vtc.
Just received irem New York
and Boston by
jLiiswrares & cooke,
O. li. BXIX-.H,EJIt,
GENERAL UUSINESS AGENT.
15 3Iei-vlitu.it Street, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr. J.A.Magoon,
will attend lo all matters of business for
the residents of thu Hawaiian Islnmii
who may need an Agent.
I do not conllno myself alone to thu
llusiness Houses, hut also to thu domes
tic class who -would wish me to aticnil
to any matter of liiisiiifris, esprrlnUy to
making ptuchnscs either in Honolulu
or San Francisco, in any line of General
To the Business Houses 1 will give
my careful attention in all matters pur.
tuiniug to General Hushics, vi.: Ad.
justing nml Collecting Accounts, Distri.
butioii of Hills and Circulars, Custom
House Entries, lluying ami Hunting
Heal Estate and Personal Pioperty.
37 All Legal Documents will bo
carefully and neatly drawn up by Mr.
J. A. Magoon.
1 w'll attend to all mattcia entrusted -to
my caioinn careful, courteous uud ,
neat manner, and with quick dispatch. .
Agent fr KllnUner& Co. Itcil Rubber
Telcplionc ; i'.;o.inox-:iiH,
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