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Mij9 Oonovlcvo Ward, tlio cele
brated actress, a through passenger
by the Australia, decided to stay
over for the Zcidatidia, dttu Jim.
loth. After seeing tho Volcano,
sho will give tin evening of Shakes
pearian leadings, under Sir. J. K.
Dit. Gr.o. L. Firen seemed tho
position of ship's physician on tho
S. S. Australia last night, and with
his wife left for their intended Cali
loinla homo on that vessel this morn
ing. Their many friends, Hawaiian
and foieign, will therefore, for the
ino'it pait, have to hcihI them pall
ing alohas at long range.
Last evening Miss Kllen Coney
was married at her mother's resi
dence, to Sir. John L. Graham, of
New York, tho Rev. .7. A. Crtizan
olllciating and a pleasant company
looking on. A reception and luau
were nftcrwaid held at tho house of
Sir. .John Kim. The couple will
leavu by the Slaraioa on their jour
ney to New York.
Tins is the only country in the
world probably in which a person
can stand up alongside of a shower
of rain without getting wet, or can
walk out in the full glare of tho
mid-day sun and get thoroughly
drenched. While the streets were
in mire yesterday, the watcr-cait
was out at Kapiolani Park laying
the dust. The Kapiolanians, how
ever, were getting well-nioistcned
Tin: Band" is being kept bbsy.
Yesterday it serenaded Chief Justice
Judd at his home in Nuu.inu Valley.
Last night a conceit was given in
connection with a dinner at the
house of Sir. Gulick, Slinisterof the
Interior. To-day, a concert at the
departure of the St. Paul, and,
weather permitting, another thi3
evening at Emma Square. Concerts
are also announced for the latter
place, as usual, to-morrow afternoon
and Monday evening. However, if
the weather continues bad, the con
certs mentioned to come will be
Tin: steamer St. Paul sailed at
noon to-day for San Francisco with
a goodly freight list, but only four
passengers, one Chinaman in tho
cabin and three white men in the
steerage. The band was playing on
tho wharf and notwithstanding the
inclemency of the weather and the
fearfully muddy crossings, there
was a fair gathering, mostly of
laboring men, to hear the music.
One of the sailors of the steamer
says the St. Paul is a slow vessel,
and if the wind is against them they
will make San Francisco in about M
Tins forenoon the Christmas ex
aminations of the Punahou Prepar
atory School were held. The at
tendance of pupils was somewhat
thinned by the boisterous and insalu
brious weather. Nevertheless those
who were present fully sustained
tho excellent reputation of the insti
tution. After recess tho children
of Sliss Carter's (intermediate) and
Sliss Lewis's (primary) rooms join
ed those of the principal, Sliss
Hall's, advanced grade, in that
room, and gave a very interesting
entertainment, comprising songs,
original compositions and recitations,
mainly bearing upon tho approach
ing Christian festival. A large
number of lady visitors were pre
sent, also Rev. Urs. Bingham and
Hyde, and Chief Justice Judd.
Tin: schooner Slille Morris re
turned lust evening from Slolokai,
after a seven days' sti ugglc with the
tempest in Slolokai channel. The
captain reports the steamer Dow
sett's skylight being carried away
by a high sea. The Slille Morris
had 150 sheep locked in the hold,
and everything was strapped to the
vessel. Sho stood to the wind with
reefed mainsail and jib for seven
days. The seas came over the whole
vessel. The crew ran short of pro
visions, sustaining life with some
sweet potatoes. Sir. Wundenbcrg
says he thought the schooner would
not live in the storm and he almost
gave 'her up. However, all hands
returned safely last night and the
captain is proud of his schooner,
claiming that she stood more than
somo much larger vessels could.
Sa'iuihuy, Dec. 19th.
Slit. Patterson has finished paint
ing tho second steeple of Kaumaka
pili Church, and now the other one
stands in need of repainting to make
both look alike.
Fifteen cocoauut palms wero
blown down at Waikiki during tho
storm. A succession of such stormy
periods will in a few years, it is feared,
lay waste the magnificent groves.
A kunaway Chinese laborer fioin
Sir. 0. Afong's plantation, Pepec
keo, Hawaii, was captured on Slaui
this week, and brought to Honolulu
by the Likeliko this morning.
A iu:siii:Nr of Waikiki complains
bitterly of the road to that suburban
paradise. Tho middle of the road
is worn down, making a trench that
facilitates further destruction of tho
roadway by the action of the rains.
It would bo easy to cut away the
'ridges on tho sides, while there is
abundant material Hanking tho road
with which to All up tho depressions
and ruts, thereby making tho thor
oughfare reasonably lit for tralllc.
TtfJ) DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY; HONOLULU, II, SATURDAY,
Aktkii several days of Incessant
lain, making the streets thick with
mire, the wind at l()..'K) o'clock this
morning was blowing dust in clouds.
Otherwise the weather to-day is
superb even bracing In the fresh
coolness of the air.
Consipkiiaiili: anxiety is felt for
the schooner Jennie Walker, now
much overdue from tho South Sea
Inlands. If she Is wrecked scvcial
months will elapse beforo tidings of
the disaster will be received here.
She was to make a tiip to Fanning's
Island on her letitrn and on or about
Jan. 1st was to sail again for the
South Sens. Her non-niiival has
pi evented the carrying out of her
intended eoursc,and if she is wrecked
the probability is that the Pacific
Navigation Company will send no
more vessels to the South Sea
SIondav Dec. 21.
Tin: Slormonsat Koolau arc grind
ing sugar in considerable quantities.
Tin: ladies are taking advantage
of the weather to-day, to the delight
of the shop-keepers.
Tin: Royol paity will celebrate the
Queen's 'birthday, Dec. 31st, at
Hilo, returning to Honolulu the first
week in January.
Cut. Goodman, master of tho
brigantine Hazard, now at Hilo,
came to Honolulu yesterday by the
Kiuau for a short visit.
Qukf.n street was tlioioughly
cleaned this morning, the Bul
letin's advice of having tho carts
keep up with the scrapers being
Tin: Kancohc mill, Koolau, Oahu,
which met with an accident last
week and suspended operations for
several days, began grinding again
Tur.iti: is a peculiar hush over
tho town to-day, as if people wero
afraid of breaking the (hie spell of
weather. Nevertheless there is a
lively Christmas bustle in the stores
Cu'tain- Backus, of the barken
tiuo Sfary Wiiikclman, fell last even
ing and struck his right knee
violently against tho ground. Dr.
Tjgusscuu was sent for and pro
nounced the injury a sprain.
SIaci'aiilanks' great sale was going
on at their store this morning, con
ducted by K. P. Adams & Co. The
goods arc of a very high class, and
are being knocked (low n in great bar
gains. A large and fashionable audi
ence is nttending upon Sir. Morgan's
Tm: last mail from San Francisco
brought word that Sirs. Costa, late
of Kahlii, 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
Lkvky's great Christmas sale of
Geo. W. Slacfarlanc & Co.'s stock
Saturday night drew a house crowd
ed to the street, and the bidding
was sustained with animation till a
lato hour. The success achieved
has caused the sale to bo 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 staple
and fancy goods.
""Slit, lions, the pioneer manu
facturer to his highness Santa Clous,
claims he carries a larger stock of
candies than all the other local estab
lishments together, ho having at
present between three and four
thousand pounds on hand. There
is a genuino tasto and flavor to his
nroductions. which attest to their
absolute purity and best quality of
material. A trial will convinco
anyone of this fact.
Four Street Church was filled to
overflowing last evening with a
deeply interested audience. The
servico consisted mainly of a Christ
mas cantata, dcscriplhc of the
promise and coming of the Saviour,
performed by the Sunday school
children and the church choir. The
platform had been enlarged for the
occasion and furnished with llor.il
decorations in harmony witli the
season. The rendering of tho can
tata indicated painstaking prepara
tion and a due senso of the spirit
and impoit of each and every part.
Attentive auditors could not fail to
gain instruction and ennobling in
spiration. Mr. Cruzau delivered a
short address at' tho close.
Tuesday, Dec. 22nd.
Gi:o. Voght's barber and bath
room fixings brought 8218 under
E. P. Adams & Co.'s hammer to
day. Tin: steamer W. G. Hull had very
lough weather going up, but splen
did returning. She brought n Chi
nese prisoner from Honimpo.
Slit. Tavemier has been prostra
ted with various ailments at Hilo,
yet promises to send a batch of pic
tures up for King Bros.' New Year's
SIilk-tiiieu'.uy has broken out at
Kapalama, Rev. C. E. Groscr and
the writer of this item having had
to take their coffee and tea straight
yesterday in consequence of the
E. P. AAMi & Co.';) CluUtnins
sale last night continued till midnight,
with a great throng in ntlcndnnoo.
It was the most successful sale of
that firm for the season.
Madame Paulino Rita and Sir.
John Radcliff, musicians of high te
pute, arc coming hero by next mail
steamer fioin Australia, and will
give entertainments in tho Hawaiian
Sliwsits. Rhoads & McKonzie,
carpenters, are building a lighthouse
for Hilo, Hawaii. The building will
not be erected here, but the pieces
will be fitted and shipped to Hilo
and put up on the ground.
Cut. Holland, who left hero
about seven months ago as master
of the brig Allio Howe, is said to
have left the vessel at Hongkong
and is now in San Francisco. The
Allio Howe is due here about Janu
Tin: Hoyal Hawaiian Hand gave
its moonlight conceit last night at
the Hoyal Hawaiian Hotel, instead
of Emma Square, in honor of the
arrival of tho royal mail steamer.
Those present enjoyed themselves
In right royal fashion.
Slit. E. H. Ryan is building two
flat bottom duck-shooting punts for
Sir. A. J. Caitwriglit, Jr. One of
the boats will bo taken to Koolau
and the other weighing 32 pounds
will remain here to bo packed for
transport to wherever the owner
desires to shoot.
Slit. Frank L. Winter and Sliss
Kate Slossmau wero united in the
bonds of matrimony last evening, in
Fort Street Church. Handsome
bouquets decorated the pulpit and
tho rail in front was heavily covered
with passion llower vines. Sir.
Myron Jones presided at the organ,
and Sir. W. F. Kinney and Sir.
Eddy Jones acted ushers. The
golden knot was tied by Pastor
Cruzan. The happy pair enter
upon their new life with the best
wishes of a large circle of friends.
Omci:it Fclilbchr, of the Hono
lulu police, will have been a total
abstainer from intoxicating liquor
for five years on Christmas Day.
When a whaling captain lie was fond
of his grog, but the time ago mention
ed lie stopped short, never to drink
again, and has steadfastly adhered
to his laudable purpose He is ono
of the most faithful picservers of
the peace ou the force, always obey
ing orders without fear or favor, no
matter how trying to temper the
duty for which ho is detailed, as,
for instance, guarding the gangways
of passeuger steamers. It would be
well if his example, both in absti
nence and fidelity, were universally
followed by all his comrades.
Wednesday, Dec. 23rd.
Mit. J. Williams was photograph
ing many of the popular stores this
Tup building of the now lime
kiln for the Honolulu Stone Co. is
Hackfkld & Co. are shiftiiig one
of their warehouses to make room
for the building of another.
Slit. Thos. Krouse, of the Sara
toga House, will spread his last
anti-dyspeptic meal before his
patrons on Saturday night.
Hox. II. A. P. Carter, Hawaiian
Slinister Resident at Washington,
has been appointed, by tho American
Mission Hoard, on the committee on
"Slissions to the Pacific Islands."
Fhom a gentleman who arrived
from Hilo by the Kinau last Sunday
the news is received of tho King
being about to visit Hilo, where ho
will bo received by a torchlight pro
cession and political bpcechos will
Road Supervisor Hart is going to
macadumizc the vacant spaco at the
foot of Nuuauu sticot, and after
ward run the steam roller over it so
as to make a nice, solid piece of
ground for the accommodation of
Hon. W. C. Parke returned from
Sfaui yesterday, after having sold
out the bankrupt estate of Lorrin
A. Andrews at Slakawao. The
land comprised 8,-UO acres and
sold for above So, 000, the live
stock and other effects making the
total proceeds of the salo S 12,758.
There was an aggregate indebted
ness of 817,000 on tho estate. Sir.
Hocking, an industrious and provi
dent young man who has not been
long in the country, was tho pur--chaser
of tho property.
Tin: steamer Ivy Holmes was to
come to Honolulu this week to be
registered, and being oveiduo in
quiries were made of her where
abouts. Captain Freeman, of tho
steamer Ivrnlani that arrived this
morning, says the 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 Lcliua on 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.
TuuitsuAY, Dec. 21th.
A SlmtitY CiiitibTMAS to friends
and patrons of tho Bulletin.
Gkouoe Kiigclhardt's storo, with
his glittering chandeliers and silver
ware, made a gorgeous display last
A TUT'" F " V -
Tut; Mutual Telephone Company
has issued a now list, containing
names of 3 I subscribers.
A contempoiiauy says that, after j
JUJU1J3 IV VsWIIl-ll 3 BillU, UIU JIU1-
chascrs dispersed." That wa3 bo
causo tho firm has not a hotel
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captains of the steamers
Hall, Iwalani and Jas.
received presents of suck
ling pigs from the I. 1. S. N. Co.
this morning for a right royal feast
Lions & Cohen had a huge audi
ence last evening, and the salo con
tinued to a late hour. The cheaper
lines brought full value, but there
were some gieat bargains in the
richer class of goods.
Tin: sale of tho late John Rus
sell's law library, by E. P. Adams
& Co., realized 8280. Some of the
works, notably Hawaiian Reports
neatly out of print, brought high
prices. Tho regular cash sale that
followed was largely attended and
proved one of the best of the season.
Tin: Norwegian from Kaneohe
who lately broke a leg at the Pali
is now able to go about. The
Chinaman who fell into the water
wheel pit of the Kaneohe mill,
about a fortnight ago, is not yet
out of danger. Some of his ribs
were broken, and there is a possibi
lity of iufiammatiou supervening.
Slit. James Campbell chartered
the steamer James I. Dowsett at
bring Sirs. Campbell
up to town for Christ
arrival yesterday afternoon occa
sioned no small amount of curiosity
as to the cause. Sir. 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
liis serious illness arc unfounded.
Mis. Nolte to-day gave the pat
rons of the Beaver saloon a savory
Christmas luncheon of turkey,
which was enjoyed witli evident
appreciation. The birds were a
fine stock raised by himself on tho
Csisino premises, one of them weigh
ing when dressed thirty pounds.
It was a very graceful act to give
up such superior stock for the
delectation of his boarders, without
extra charge, and the' will not be
likely soon to forget the genial
caterer's generosity. For he's a
jolly good fellow, and a jolly gocd
fellow- is Nolte.
Accounts come from the Colonies
of E. 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.
He managed to attach himself to a
fellow-passenger whom ho 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
chaugo was all gone, and he had
not even a change of linen such
was the sorrowful plea that pre
vailed. With the loan thus obtain
ed, Thompson took himself off to
Auckland, and his benefactor had
not heard from him at last accounts.
Satuiiday, Dec. 2Gth.
Tin: steamer Ivy Holmes was still
on the beach at Hilo when the Kinau
Sin. IF. J. Agnow's 81,000 race
horse camo by the barkentino W. IF.
Cutain Winding, of tho wrecked
brigantine Hesperian, arrived here
by the steamer Likeliko this morn
ing, and will sail for San Francisco
by the next steamer.
Tin; olllcial announcement of tho
election of rcpicscntatives to the
next Legislative Assembly is out,
fixing tho date as cdnesday,
ruary 3rd, polls opening at
eiglit and closing at five o'clock.
Tin: Hawaiian Rille Association
shooting practice at the Casino yes
terday was fairly attended. The
shooting at 200 yards was about
equal by all the members, while at
.100 yards somo remaikable shooting
was done, one maiksman making 1G
out of a possiblo .10.
Ax aged native named Sfanclo
was driving in to town last evening
on the light hand side of the road,
when a Chinese driving a poi wagon
ran into hiin, opposite the Chinese
theatre, the shaft of the Chinaman's
wagon striking tho native's horso in
the breast, making a fatal wound,
and upsetting the native and his
outfit into tho ditch. After getting
up, ho managed to raise the horse,
and led him back as for as the Ha
waiian Livery Stables, where the
animal soon succumbed, falling dead
by tho roadside. The affair will
probably afford matter for litigation
between the parties.
Monday, Dec. 28th.
Hon. C. R. Bishop has bestowed
8500 upon tho Kapiolani Home
Lkvky's closing Christmas salo on
Thursday night was densely throng
ed, and good prices were obtained
for a varied lot of goods, tho bid
ding being kept up with animation
till after eleven o'clock,
JAOTAKY 2, 1880,
Tun Ahunodu toadied Auckland
on tho llUli, the Xealandin ou or
before the loth (accounts arc
o1jieiire)i ' the Zealandia and
.tunuiciiu wuru reported at ayuiicy.
in the order given, on the 18th.
Slit. Wigmill, n carpenter who is
building a house at Sea View for
Sir. A. Lyle, had a large quantity
of his tools stolen on Christmas
Day. Sonic personal effects and
small pieces of fuiniluie belonging
to Sir. Lyle were also taken.
Slis Brewer and Sliss Slalone, of
the Kawniahuo Seminary, and Sliss
Spooncr, of the Punahou College,
with Sir. Hufus Lyman ns escoil
after the manner of Grcathcait,
formed a horseback expedition that
started for a tour round the island
Knlua, sailors who
ago, returned on
Thos. Aka and
left here lout;
Friday by the
Ditnond. It is
barkentine W. II
reported that they ran up a big bill
in a sailors' boarding house in San
Francisco, and skipping at night got
on board the vessel.
Civilization is .advancing with
rapid sliides in Honolulu. The
midnight prowleis are stealing
(lowers now as a diversion from milk
and chickens. Ou last Thursday
night Mrs. II. Robinson, school street,
suffered the loss of somo very valu
able roses and other (lowers.
A Rkfohmatohy School boy on
Saturday afternoon fell from tho
top of the stairs at the back of the
main building, about 18 feet to the
ground. He was picked up uncon
scious but soon rallied, and after
attentions by Dr. Rodgers was able
to go about the same evening.
Slit. Wiseman lias exhibited his
usual ingenuity as an advertiser by
issuing the compliments of the sea
son, to friends and pations, on
handsome cauls bearing his own
good-looking likeness, sitting at his
olllce desk, in the midst of a wilder
ness of placards, calendars and
other signs of business.
Rkv. Alex, and Sirs. Mackintosh
have returned home from their visit
to England, surprising their friends,
who did not expect them so soon.
As they were spied ,on the Mariposa
as she was coining into dock, many
cordial salutations went up from
the throng on the wharf, and a
number of people hastened on board
to welcome them. Sir. and Sirs.
Slackiutosh arrived in good health,
and last night attended the services
in St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Kaumak.u'im Sunday Schools'
quarterly exhibition, which took
place yesterday, was well attended.
The large room at the basement of
the church, in which the exercises
were held, was comfortably filled.
Sir. A. L. Smith, superintendent of
the schools, conducted the general
management, each separate school
being put through its facings by its
own regular teachers. The neat and
tidy appearance of the boys and
girls, together with their modest
bearing and proficiency in their re
spective parts, merited commenda
tion. The sweet, pathetic, melodious
singing of a little Sliss Holokahiki,
in Sirs. Smith's Waikalmlulu school,
indicated special capabilities and
suggested uncommon possibilities.
The congregational singing was led
by the Reformatory School Band.
At the close of the exercises Sir. A.
L. Smith presented Christmas gifts
to each school, thoughtfully includ
ing the Band.
Tuesday, Dec. 29th.
Hon. II. A. P. Carter, Hawaiian
Slinister to Washington, reached
Berlin, ou his European mission, on
the 20th November.
sold byE. 1'.
Church pews were
Adams & Co. last
but ten or twenty
of, realizing about
Slit. E. J. Costello, for six years
book-keeper for Slclntyre Bros.,
grocers, has been appointed in
spector of schools for Guatemala,
It is said that a policeman sent to
a steamer to watch for opium, on a
recent occasion, went to sleep on a
halo of hay and slumbered right
through his watch till midnight.
J. SI. Oat, Jr., & Co. have for
sale a new march for the piano,
called, "Ka Lei Slailo" (tho Wreath
of Slailo), composed by Rev. Isaac
Goodell, of Ilouokaa, Hawaii. It is
addressed to the Ilawaiians, and
nicely got up.
Slit. Armstrong Smith, formerly
of Iolani College, who has had
charge of the Government school at
Waialua, this island, for the two
months since tho lato Hov. A. Clark
was compelled by illness to abandon
it, has been permanently appointed
to the position.
"Wnu compliments of tho sea
son," J. SI. Oat, Jr., &Co., statiou
ei s and news dealers, issue tho
handsomest calendar yet appeared.
Tho cardboaid backing contains the
linn's card, a view of the Orzclte
building, in which their store is
situated, and iews of Island scen
ery, including Diamond Dead and
Waikiki Bay. There is room for
memoranda in the date squares,
which is very handy for business
Titu catalogue of Fatichor Crook
Nursery, just to hand, contains
every nientionablo and conceivable
kind of tree, shrub, plant and flower.
Horticulturists and floriculturists
can have their largest and most
varied demands fully and promptly
satisfied, at moderate piiccs. Fan
elicr Creek Nursery is near Fresno
City, in Fresno County, California. '
Catalogues will bo sent to nny one
who applies to Sir. G. Eisen, pro
prietor. Slit. C. K. Sliller received by tho
Slariposa a large (lock of young
chickens, dyed in a vaiietyof colors.
Thoy were such a novelty that they
have all gone off at high prices. The
chickens wero hatched in the
"Golden Gate" incubator, for which
Sir. Sliller is agent, and their re
maikable liveliness after undergoing
tho dyeing operation, as well as a
long sea voyage, is ample ovidenco
that the incubator is all that is
claimed for it.
A itATiii'.it incongruous political
caitoon appeared in Oats' window
tliis morning, showing the three
native candidates for Honolulu
fishing for votes, out of a (lying
break on the Nuuanu road, with
poi, fish and gin for bait, while the
white candidate, "left on the road,"
is pursuing the vehicle, his hat off
and hair streaming in the wind.
An Opposition cartload is distanced
in the race. The production is
hardly complimentary to the Hono
Wkdnksday, Dec. 30th.
Slit. S. Sh Damon has given 8100
to the St. Louis College library
Thanks to the Bethel Union Santa
Clans for "A bully tin sword to
help defend the olllce of the Bulle
tin." Nativk divers were employed this
morning in putting copper on tho
bow of the barkentino W. H. Dimond
below water, where her anchor had
torn it off.
SritATKAiKYF.it has painted a novel
shade sign for King Bros.' art store,
which is much admired. The letters
represent "rained blocks nailed in
shape, and are repeated in shadow.
Slit. W. E. Howell has secured tho
contract for rebuilding Waimea
bridge, Kauai, at 80,050, the lowest
tender, the highest of live being
81 1,850 by Sir. II. F. Bertelman.
Hl'staci: & Roiikutson's old olllce,
near Brewer & Co.'s, was pulled to
pieces this morning, and Pilot
Mclntyre's olllce was moved to tho
side of the Honolulu Yacht and
Boat Club house, so as to give a f reo
and open space between L. J.
Levey's and Brewer's. .
Pkhsons contemplating invest
ments in lauds will find an extensive
list of properties to choose from
under tho heading " SIortgagcc'B
Noticeof Sale" in our advertising
columns. On Monday next, these
will come under the hammer of
Adams and Co., auctioneers.
TiiuusDAY, Dec. 31st.
IIavi'y Ni:w Ykah to nil.
Swkau off before going to bed
Rksolvk to keep a diary, but do
not keep it.
Rkv. Alex. Slackiutosh brought a
physiological manikin from San
Francisco a superior article that
cost 8500 in France.
Ai'ter Jan. 1st the hacks will
have to carry passengers up till
eleven o'clock at night for singlo
fares. This will be a fresh encou
ragement to keeping laic hours.
Tin: Y. SI. C. A. had a Christmas
present of five dozen cane-seat chairs
from one of its most devoted friends
and prominent members. Yo .who
complain of hard seats, "Go and do
Tin: January number of Tht ,
Friend is to hand, and is, as usual,
well-filled with a good variety of
matter, the recent session of the
Teachers' Convention occupying a.
fair share of space.
Tun largo muster of jolly police
men and tho jingle of coin at tho
rooms of tho Police Station this
afternoon meant that tho untiring
vigilance of our civic guardians was
being rewarded with good round
E. P. Adams & Co.'s regular cash
salo tliis forenoon was generally
successful. Largo lots of peanut
oil and tobacco were sold. Nobody
wanted "The Devil among tho
Tailors," nor the
lato J. SI. Daigle
leasehold of the
on the Nuuanu
Hr.it Majesty Queen Kapiolani is
llfly-ono years of age to-day. The
ovent is being celebrated by the
royal family at Illlo, Hawaii. In
town there is a goodly display of
(lags. Tho King's Own volunteer mili
tary company tired 21 guns at tho,
battery this noon in honor of the
Tiir.ui: 13 to ho a grand New
Year's celebration on Waimanalo,
Plantation to-morrow. The Re
formatory School band, in clmrgel
of Sir. Walter Hill, Superintendent
of tho institution, loft for tho place
early this morning by tho steamer.
A correspondent of the Bulletin
has been ou tho ground for a day or
two past, and will furnish a full
report for our readers.