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mm DAILY MBJUWEOSt SUMMARY! HOKOLUEU. H. L, BABPBPAY, JAWITABY 2, 1888,
n mania for chalk: he has durum
f jthc last two months used much of
that nrucic, uinaiug uinyuuns mi
his workmen. Tho force of habit
brought this article immediately Into
use, and before long the coals, that
covered many a pair of biond shoul
ders, were, walked with all kinds of
diagrams, and sugar-shipping marks.
When all tho presents were disposed
of, the remainder of the evening was
spent in singing and playing, till a
late hour, when all parted with the
impression that a most enjoyable
day and evening had been spent,
a season not soon to be forgotten.
CHRISTMAS AT THE BETHEL UNION.
Very interesting cervices were
held nt the Rctbcl Union on Sunday
evening, appropriate to (he Christ
mas festival. A temporary plat
form had been elected in fiont of
tho pulpit for the Sunday school
children. The front of the plat
form was covered with fan palm
and fern 'palm leaves., .ferns, roses
and other (lowers. A Star of
.Bethlehem elaborately wrought in
roses, vines, and ferns stood along
side the pulpit. The star and other
floral decoratidns were the handi
work of Mrs. Parmelee. A parlor
organ was placed on the platform
, for the occasion, at which Mrs. S.
M. Damon presided. The organ in
the organ gallery was played by
Miss llitbtace. Mr. . J',. IlcrrieK
suiinlcmentcd the harmonics of the.
?frvni.frnn wiHi tlin violin. Ilvmus
USi u'fc,"" "" , -
adapted to me oeeasum nt -sung
H. . . i .'il ..... .....1 ofnltti
alternately, wiui organ mm
accompaniments, by the choir in
the gallery and the Sunday school
on -the platform. Mrs. Fisher re-
r-.!i...l ii'l'li.. Knvinnr llnrn." 'J lie
, uii-i:ii, a.i ...........
f pastor, Rev. li. U. uggci, biaicu
that Mr. Parmelee, when stiporin-
fe tnnilont of the Sunday school last
a well developed body encased in a
red jacket, and a luxuriantly beard
ed head surmounted by a. high
peaked traveller's storm cap. The
visitor, who can be no other than
Santa Clans, with many "who.is" to
his team, proceeds to unload basket
after basket, from somewhere up
the chimney, until about a dray load
of "notions' nro deposited in the
room. The distribution of the gifts
followed and occupied some half an
hour, not only the Sunday School
children but also the adult members
of the .congregation being favored
with suitable tokens of kindly re
membrance. Befreshmcnts, con
sisting of ice cream and cake, fol
lowed and ended the programme of
one of the best Santa Clans enter
tainments of the season. Dec.
fm year, nad promised prizes 10 uwv
of the pupils who woulU Keep me
best record of the Sunday services
for a year, that is, the texts, the
preachers, and the purport of the
discourses. Accordingly he had
now to announce the result. The
prizes had been awarded by the
teachers, at a recent meeting, to
J. 0. Carter, Jr., Sarah M. Carter,
Louisa Adler, Charlotte II. Par
melee, Addle I). Peterson, F. Wm.
Thrum, G. Ernest Thrum nud Mau
rice G. Bcckwith. Each of the
prize winners was called up and
piescntcd with a nicely bound limp
covered Bible, accompanied with
suitable counsel as to its proper
use.' A short but pointed address
was delivered by the pastor, after
which the services were closed with
the benediction. Dec. 30th.
INCIPIENT RIOT SQUELCHED.
About live o'clock last evening a
diunkcn native broke a pane of glass
in a Chinese laundry on Queen
street, opposite the Government
house. The proprietor came out
ami demanded a dollar for damages.
An altercation followed, the native
dragging the Chinaman about and
striking him repeatedly. Several
Chinese took hold of the drunken
man and foiced Jiim into the shop,
where they kept miard over him as a
prisoner until he should pay the
damages claimed or n policeman
should anive. The captive sat oh
the ironing bench, keeping up a loud
dispute with his captors. One of
his friends offered lifty cents for tho
broken light, but the amount was
scornfully rejected. A crowd gather
ed about the door, composed chielly
of Chinese and natives and the lat
ter showing signs ot using anger
there was every appearance of a'
lively disturbance. No policeman
being in sight, a man went to the
Mutual Telephone olllcc and notified
the Station House of the facts. In a
few moments an ofllcer came on tho
scene in a hack at full gallop, but in
the meantime two other policemen
had conic along and were trying to
straighten matters out. The end of
it was that the laiindryman took the
offered half-dollar under protest,
and the offender was taken to the
Station House for drunkenness.
Once the sanio man had a native
arrested for trying to enter his shop
with a key, and again had to exact
damages for a pane broken in the
door. Dec. 20th.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange oa tho
lJtmlc of G'nlilorniu, . IT.
Anil their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
Tho Commercial Hank Co., ot Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydnoj',
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrislchurch, and Wellington.
Tho Uauk of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0. and Portland, Or.
Transact a Ucnoial Banking Business.
'Ilio Hmvaiiim Hotel Carri
NOTIFY the Public that there will
ho no ulra charge for Carriages
ordcicd by telephone. .!-i'lL
I louse to Let or lionsc.
AT J'alama, opposite the Reformatory
Sihool, the Iioiiro formerly otcu.
pied by Her Itny.il Highness the Into
Both keelikolani. Inquire or
SING 01I0NG As Co.,
37 Hotel Street. 215 2w
17011 a Get man family. Man under.
. Bland horses nnd garden work;
wife is a very good Cook and House.
i;. O. Hull & Son,
Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
Huw'ii Agrieultuial Co.,
C. BrcVlr & Co.,
Wnlluku Sugar Co ,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
Of 00 100
GREAT CLEARING SALE
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Please Inquiru at No. 20 Lillha
ENGINE CO. No. li.
rpHE follow ing ofllccrs for Engine Co.
JL No. 5 forl8SG were duly elected
on December ill, JSSo:
Ut Assistant Foicman...
2nd Assistant Foreman.. .
L. A. THURSTON, Slock Biokci.
39 Merchant Street. 1G1 ly
A BUSINESS man with 1,0C0 cash,
wants to engage In conic business.
Address, with full parliculais,
amiw .1. ELY, P. O.
:.$ tuitl O.j1 JPuvl tstvaai.
We are now olfcrlng derided Bargains in our
CLOTHBNG DEPARTMENT :
V Men's Fancy Diagonal Suit!-. $15 i educed to ifO.GO,
' i!8 Mcu'ri D.nk Cassbnerc Sua, $20 minced to $11. CO,
40 Men's Mohair Suits, $12.50 reduced to 5,
15 Men's Scotch Tweed Sujts, $18 reduced to $10,
US Men's Suits, consisting of tho latest style,
4-Uutton Cutaway in rrench Pique,
Diagonal Suits, Sacks and Frocks,
Casslmeie Suits, in Frocks and Saul
This Line will be Sold at Cost Price 1
CHOCK -EE, Sre'y.
1 FOOTSTEPS OF SAMTA CLAUS.
The hoary headed old votcian
paid a isit to the lcsidcncc of Mrs.
Snutbwiek. Adams Lane, on Mon
day evening, and theic met a joyous
assembly of juveniles, of the Young
People's Christian Temperance
Union. A large Cluislmas Tree
laden with an extensive variety of
toys and articles of use and ornn
ment occupied a conspicuous place
in the Library. Santa's arrival was
the occasion of much excitement,
when he proceeded to strip the tree
aniLdclivcr to all members of the
society present their respective
sL shares of the fiuits. After the pre
sents uau ueen uispusuu ui, icnuau
ments were provided. Several songs
W' nnd recitations wero given, and one
or two of tho gins enuanccd me
interest of the evening with piano
music. This society lias u member
ship of about 100, and was started
by Sirs. Southwick about two years
ago. The members arc' fiom all
parts of the city, and seem to bo
creditably interested in the objects
of their organization.
at tub iii:tiii:L union.
The Bethel Union Sunday School
Boom was well filled last evening,
with a huge audience of young and
old, biought together by the an
nouncement of a proposed visit 'of
the patron saint of the season. A
part of the room was curtained off,
and expectation wns on tip-toe to
see what there was behind tho
, scenes. On the withdiawnl of the
.curtain, the audience found thoni-
selves In front of a largo chimney
and fireplace of the olden times in
higher Intituucs man tiiat aiimitting
of niilni tree verdure at Cluistinas,
V.tlic red tiles along tho mantel being
festooned wiui rows oi empty mook
ings, the fire burning low on the
hearth, and grandma toddling nbout,
nnd, With a quavering voice, boli-
? loqulsing over the vicissitudes of
by-gono years, aim wiui ircqueni
iterations, certifying thf fact that
''"f'lirlstiims s not what it was when
KR't ,.... ,, oiiild " Tim old dame's
r m. ii no w " .. -
daughter comes in after putting her
chnrgc8 to sleep, draws from her
kcrehdd patent, n story of her con
version, at the ago of sixteen, from
: tho belief of her Puritan ancestors
r,,that the observance of Christmas is
a relio of superstition. Iho intcr-
JftTiew ended, granny sends her "good
Et 'child" off tobed, and soon follows
suit herself. A few moments silence,
nnd a loud noise is heard. Some-
Ibody must be coining down tho
t'clilmney, ami, suio cnougn, a pair
Pof'fcetaro seen dangling over tho
fober8, followed little by littlo with
jpair oi corunroy vurercu icgof
Kditok Bui.i.i:tix: Tho follow
ing statement appears in the JV
pepa KuoJcoa of Dec. 2Gth:
"AVo have heard the following re
pott of a question put to on assem
bly at Ivailua, North Kona, very rc
tttly: 'O my bubjects, by what
means are these stony uplands and
chapparal wastes to becomo mines
of "old, and these desolate shores
bo rendered sources of wealth to
your The audience were silent for
a space, when "c of the people re
plied, 'By the hands going down to
cultivato the soil, will wealth bo
gained.' This was a wise reply,
and no dream or fancy, but in ac
coid with sound political economy
and history. But the questioner re
jected that answer, and cave the
REAS. Loo Yuen, of Pain.
nnido an iis-diMiinuiil lo the un
dersigned for the lu-nelll or nil Ills
creditors, all pinlies having claims
against said Loo Yuen prior to Decem
ber 22nd, are requested to present the
same with pioper voucheis lo Iho undei
Mgned nt the oflice of llymnn Bros.
Honolulu, Dec. 31, 1585. 2141m
TJIE ASTOlt HOUSE.
I'lMIE 1'iopiiUortjof thoAstor Houo
1 wish to Inform their friendH and
the public that they will continue the
restaurant business, and hope by prompt
ntUntlon and good fine to raeiii n shaio
of public patronage.
2111111 CHAN WOO.
On MONDAY, January dlh
At 10 o'clock a.m., nt the residence of
Mr. B. N. Wingate, !J1 Buretanit Street,
will he told on account of departure,
Consisting of Black Walnut Bedroom
Set, BW Ohuubiiler, I Painted Bedroom
icK Child's Btdsluad, Walnut Centet
Table & Chairs, Lounges, Walnut What,
not Ollicu Desk, BW Bookcase, BW Ex
tension Dining Table ,: Oak Chair.s,
1 Ups'iht Piano,
ChiiudelliiM, 1unps, MomjuIIo NetH,
.Maltie-'-iv, Chaiuber Sets, .Meat Safe,
lee Che'-t, Ice Cream frcccr, Plated
Ware & Ciockeiy, Veiiindnli (Jhairs.
G aiden Bote, &c, also, 1 Cooking Stove
IEWIS J. LEVEY,
210 lw Auctioneer.
By order of A. .1. Cartwright, Esq.
Administrator of the Estate of Her late
Majesty Queen Emma, we will tell at
Public Auction, at the residence,
Cor. Nuuanu &. Bcretania.Sts.,
piir Men's Dress Pants.'ln dark dlagontl, French l'iquu and Casjlmctc,
icdurcil from $0 In $.(5.60;
uvci 'IU0 pair Glen's beotcli Tweed lunt icduced lo Cost Piicc;
ISO pair Men's t'nnts, icduced to $1. CO a pair, no body should miss seeing llieui;
Great Bargain ii Boys aai Calm's Clotli !
We will Sell the Entile Stock for !0 days only at Cost.
CHEAT REDUCTION IN l'HICES IN OUH
Gent's Furnishing Department !
LADIES' DEPARTMENT :
I" Our enliio Slock lias been Reduced and Oicat Bargains aic oll'cicd.-a
Do Not Miss Our Clearing Sale !
S. CJOI1N & Co., GU and 5 Fort Street.
JUST COME OUT !
Children's Velvet Bonnets & Gaps,
An Elegant Assortment of
following, answer of bis own, 'Put
the bands up!' Tins being a puzzle,
be Interpreted it thus: 'Put up
your lianda to elect thoso candidates
who will vote fo'r borrowing a loan
of ten million dollars. That is the
means by which these btony and
thoiny wiibtcs shall become mines of
wealth to you, and these shores
shall teem with landings and
wharves to receive the treasures of
llepoits come from many sources
of Tsimilar appeals made by the King
to the voters in other places during
bis present electioneering tour.
How is this avowal of policy by the
King himself to be reconciled with
the programme put forth by the
King's own candidates in Hono
lulu on Christmas Bay? Who is
playing a double gamo? lias Mr.
Gibson made the son-in-law and
Lilikalani publish :i moderate mani
festo in order to offset tho injurious
effects of the King's speeches in tho
rural districts? It looks as if things
were getting mixed in the Pnlaco
forces., Hathcr hard on the son-in-law
to havo to straddle two horses
in an election besides his other
multifarious functions 1
DIVIDEND NOTICE." ""
THE StociKholders of O. Brewer &
Company will please take notice
that a quarteiiy dividend of TwoDollars
per Share has been declined upon tho
btock of the Company, duu and payablo
on January 1, 1680, at lliu oulcoot tho
Company on Qin.cn Street.
.1. O. CA11TKH,
Treasurer 0. Brewer Ac Co,
Honolulu, Dec ii.l.lSS.'i. iiliat
rpiIK Stockholder of the Hawaiian
X Agricultural Company will please
tuko notlco that rt monthly dividend of
Two Dolliusper Share Is duo and pay.
able on tho lul day of Jnnitaiv, 188(1, at
tho olllco of O. BHLWKlt & CO.
Honolulu. Dec, ill, 1865. 214 8t
ONE new Concert GUITAH, Inlaid
with oyer 2,000 pieces of Nnllvo
Woods, $25. Apply to'
V) St O. K. MILLER, Business Agency.
WEDNESDAY, Jan. Ctli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A.M.,
The llalance of Furniture remaining mi.
Hold, being chielly the Furnishing pf
the Waiklkl residence, consisting in
pail us follows:
2 Ebony & Marblcsldc Tables,
Iirgo Marble Table,
Koa Wardrobe, Koa Desk,
Koa Table, Koa Bedsteads,
4 llnndsomo Pier Mirrors & Stands,
Assortment of Silvcr-Platcd Ware,
Eaisoie Parlor Set,
Mahogany & Cane-Seat Chairs,
Chandeliers, Willow Bockcis,
l'lllows, Mosquito, Net,
Silk Coveilets, Dressing Cases,
Fine Dinner Set,
Koa Clothing Stand,
Engravings and Pictures,
Chamber Sets, Hammock, Hugs,
Calabashes, Glass & Crockery Ware,
and a gicat variety of other articles.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
20!) 12t Auctioneers.
COOL OU !
DID YOU SAY f
Make your wife and children hnppy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
made from pure Woodlawn Dairy
Go and surprise your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. Wo
direction of Alexander J. Cart-
wrlL'hl. the Assignee of a certain
mrtg.igc deed made liy Albert K. Ku.
liulakea, of Honolulu, Island of O.ihu,
to the Ilnwnllnn Investment and Agency
Company, Limited, dated tho Gtk day of
August, 16S2, and recorded in Liber 70
on folios 180, 181 nnd 182, and assigned
to said Alexander J. Cartwright, of suid
Honolulu, by deed of assignment dated
the 27th day of June, 18S4, and recorded
in Liber 88, ou folios 210 nnd 217, and
tho Mortgageo. named in two ceitnin
mortgage deeds, to wit: 1st Moitgage
made by said Albert K. Kuniilakea to
said Alexander J. Cartwright, dated the
28th day of March, 1880, and recorded in
Liber 70, on folios 351-1. 2nd Mort
gage inado by said Albert K. Kunuia
kca to kaid Alexander J. Cartwright,
dated the 23d day of August, 1880, and
recouled in Libei SI, on folio 0; wo nro
directed to sell nt Public Auction, on
Monday, January 4, 1886,
at 12, o'clock noon of said day, at our
Salesrooms In Honolulu, all and singu
lar tho premises as described in said
several mortgages as follows: .
KUKUAU niloIIawaii. An ahupuaa,
1,810 acres, Land Commission Award
8515, ltoynl Patent 1000. Xot leased.
LA1M1 llilo, Hawaii. An Ahupuaa,
Land Commission Award 8520. Not
WA1AKA-IKI Kolmla, Hawaii. .An
ahupuaa, i8 acres, lloyal l'nteut 10U8,
leased to John Parker; lease expires
October 1, 1880, villi privilege.
PAHOEHOE Kona, Hawaii. Koyal
Patent 1008. Not leased.
MALA Lahalna, Maui. A cocoanut
giovc, OK acres. Lund Commission
Awaul 5183, Boyol Patent 0777.
Leased to II. Turtou; expires Septem
ber 1, 1880.
KAPUNAKEA Lnlmina, Maui. 1
acre, Land Commission Award 51"3,
lloyul Patent 0777. Leased to II. Tur
ton: lease expires September 1, 1880.
PUAKO, also called MAUNAKUI
Lahalna, Maul. Houselot, 1 rood, 28
rods, Land Commission Award 6483,
Royal Patent 0777. Not leased, but at
preicnt occupied by Captain David
PUUNOA Lahulno, Maul. 8 15.100
acres. Land Commission Award 8515,
ltoyal Patent 1007. Apuna 1, 2 11-1000
acres knlo land; npann 2, ,5 C0.100
acicscano land; apaua 3, 52-100 acres
cane bind. Not loosed.
OWA Wnlluku, Maui. lloyal Patent
2155; not leased.
HALEHAKU- Hamakualoa, Maul.
3053 51-100 acres, Land Commission
Award 8510, Boyal 1'atcnt 1U0U. Tlio
kalo laud leased to a Hui.at $.220.00;
expires January 1, 18S0. Tho right of
way for ditch leased to Haiuakua
Ditch Co. at 100.00; expires Oct. 2,
1800. Lease to the Haiku Sugar Co.,
Alexander & Baldwin, and Grovo
llancb Plantation at 100.00; expire
July 1, 1800. LeasotoO. Spreckels
at $200, expires July 1, .18U0. lhe
ditch, leased to C. Spreckels at $100,
expires Jtily 2, 1800.
LUAKAIIA Ooliu. Ginzing land,
Nuuanu Valley, 81 anrcs. Lund Com.
mission Award 8510, lloyal Patent
Bichly Tilmmcd with Satin and Lace,
VELVET SWANDOWN CAPS,
Lace Caps, Ditto Silk Finish Sun Bonnets, white nnd fancy.
MISSES & CHILDREN'S . CLOAKS,
In great vaiiety. Cbildien's Aprons, Boys' "Wnlsts, white, blue & printed.
A Complete Assortment of Boys' Suits,
A Now Line of Men's Suits, Hats, Boots & Shoes,
And Furnishing Goods,
FOH SALE AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.
IMC .A.. OOZ-AJLTVOES Ac
211 " 57 Hotel Six-eel.
HELLO HERE !
IS that YOU, MR. FISHEL ?
that In-own JERSEY cloth,
double width, such as you
sold to Mrs. Jonkinson. yes
terday for $1 50 a yard ? If
It is tho FINEST MATERIAL I
Imported fiesh and In great variety by
Ring Up BollTclcpliono 182 or Mutual 338.
so, send mo 20 yards
,havo over seen for tho Money."
" Quite right. It's below value !"
G OOD-BYE !
pack oiders for Ico Cream fiom I to 50 c7;(i v,:
quarts in Patent Refrigerator Cans, war. 4 pjjjy PLACE Houselot nnd grazing
ranicu 10 i;eop ir ut'iiguuui nuvm mm
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fnncv Cakes are tho Favorlto
with all tho Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES.
Tho Elito Ico Cream Parlors.
No. 85 Hotel Bti-oot,
Aro oiien dally uxtilll r.u.
land, Huuanu Valley, 22 acres. Royal
Patent u. liCiibeu io i', u. .lonesj ex.
plrcs October 1, 1880; has privilege of
KUIHELANI Houselot in Honolulu,
coiner of Ileretunla anil Diehard
streets, 55 fathoms 15 feet, not lea&id,
occupied ntpiescnt by A. K. Kuniii.
nken. Land Commission Award 1)0,
ltoynl Patent i-'0 17.
PUOU Lnlmina, Maui. An Ahupuaa,
Land Commission Award 8520, Royal
B Deeds at the expense of purchnaer.
For fuilher particulars, enquire of
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or of J. M, MONSARRAT, Attornoy
DatH Honolulu, Dec, 8, 1885. 210 lw
& CO., GROCERS,
07 mul OO Hotel Htrcot,
TVot Groolf-i9's:3g3L flZsr JEioliday Goods,
Wax Matchc, Wax Coloicd Lanterns, 4s i 0s; Wax Colored Candles, for
Christmas, Roses Cholco Raisins, Diled Prunes, Dried Peaches, Dried
Cherries, Pitted Plums, Dried Apples, Dried Figs. Dates.
A Full Lino of Cross & Blackwell's Canned Goods,
An endless vaiiety of 2.1b. Tins Fancy Biscuits, Frosh Pecan Nuts, Soft Shell Al.
monds, Fresh Walnuts, Fresh IIa?el Nuts, Atwood Maplo Byrup, in l.gallon
patent tins; Glass Jars Tablo Fruit, something very choice; Italian Iaccnronl
and Vermicelli, in Mb. packages;
Fine Teas, Fine
Barton Goirstcrs Salad Oil, pints nnd pints: Duret Salad Oil, pints nnd M pints;
Smyrna Figs, if mul JjJ.lb. boxes; Flno French Eating Chocolato, Fine Gor
man Piescrvcs. IJoii.bons. Swiss Cheeso. Cream Ohccso. German Smoked Sau.
Bagcs, Smoked Tongues, Choice Gala. Family .Corned Reef. Eastern OyMers in
. tins Onln.
Point Reyes Butter, o. 1, and a complete line of
Staple and Fancy G-roceries.
A new Lot of Oregon Potatoes, just to band. t2T P. O. Box 2D7, Telephone 240,
SatiwiUctlou Griiavantood. ,' ,, 204
Teas, Fine Teas,
uiu biien, jvnjiiea, noiso luuusu minis iwu tjauimgcs, Diciiy Jj
York Cliccbe, Kits Extra Fat Salmon Uellics. Kits Qhoico Mnckcro:,
Eastern Snow White- Codfish. 100 lb. boxes Eastern Codllsh. 2.1b
f a .-.
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