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THURSDAY, DEC. 2. 1880.
sSchr Kuliunanii for ItohaU
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Fen est Queen, Winding
Our bark l'aclllo, Oilman
lliltbk W II Watson, I-aw l emu
Uktnu KllMtat, Cutler
HUno O C I'm Kins. Aukeim.iu
llktnc Nary Wlnkelinnii, lluekeis
Haw Kcln GciU!iiilSelgel,iiemFiench
riipitusiionii, duo Nov ao-:to.
Ger balk Il.vdia, from Hongkong, due
OiMinau bark lleioulcs, Rchncfcr,
sailed I i mn T.lveipool, October tltli, due
Febiuaiy 20 28. . . ,
Am bktuo Amelia, "Window hall, fiom
fiom Port Towusond, W T, due No em
Haw bug Haaul, W -U uooiiinan,
iroin S in Fianelsco, duo ut HUo, Ha
waii, November 21-30.
Havvbaik Star of Deon. A Lovell,
JTrom Fanning')) Island, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, .! 1! Holland,
from Manlhlkl, via Faniilng's Island,
lno December lfi-itl.
Ameilcan baik Saianae, from Now
York, salledJuly 13th, duelieicNov. 18
30, to Castlo & Cooko.
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M. Benson,
sailed fiom Boston August 7th, difo
December 1-20, to Bruvvcr & Co.
Biltbaik Glengaber, Rolleston, -from
Llvcipool, 'due here, Jnn 15-31, to
Da ics & Co.
ill It bark Maitlia; Fisher, fiom Glas
gow, sailed Sepf 0, due lcie Jan 15-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
.J3ilt bark Lady Lanipson, ilarston,
from thujColoiilos, duo heie In Feb, to
Brewer & CO.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, fiom
Fort Blakely, due heie Pee 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
AmhkJlI Bowcis. now due from
Hongkong. "- v
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A notice of interest to sportsmen
appears in to-day's Bulletin.
Charlie McCarthy has n great
variety of cigars, etc., of first class
Santa Claus exhibits his benign
features over the door of Mr. Thium's
store, Fort street.
Whoever finds a satin smoking
cap Civn discover the owner by apply
ing, oj. iJie Bulletin office.
Wm. JJowc and Jas. Saunders play
tthe second billiard match at Mc
eCaithy's.liall, this evening.
Ladies, and gentlemen as well, are
loffered a favorable opportunity for
acquiring a knowledge of Fiench and
Spanish, by Mr. F. Marcos.
A Love match will be consummat
ed in .Tanuaiy next, and the tuitlo
doves will reside where the McMillans
lately lived, on Nuuanil street.
Mn. Tavernier is piep.uing to ex
hibit his panoi.vma of the Volcano,
and hopes to have e cry thing in
readiness by the end of next week.
A meeting of the First Division of
the Liliuokalani Educational Society
will be held to-moi row af tei noon at 3
o'clock, in tho loom of Engine Co.
Mn. J. Lyons, the auctioneer, has
been adjudged a bnnkiuptnn liis own
petition. His reduces are stated at
$11,320.12 and his liabilities at
Mn. Lewis J. Levey will hold his
-regular cash sale to-morrow at 10
io'qlock. In "addition to the usual
jassorteient of geneial merchandise,
.will behold one largo sail boat.
At the meeting of tho Board of
"JJepresentatives of the Fiie Depart
ment, this evening, tho final report
of the Belief Committee of the April
the will bo lead, and 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s
donation of $f00 discussed.
A shipment of the Child's Bible
came by the Maiiposa, enabling Mr.
De Kay, tho Agent, to fijl orders,
which he has been doing this week:
Tho book is handsomely gotten up,
both by tho printer and the binder.
No bettoi Christmas present iui uim-
dren is in the market.
The Peilico Court to-day had some
what of tho appearance of a Chinese
notion stoie. Hags, valises, candles,
documents and iccord books of many
styles, binding, and of no binding nt
all, as well as a largo variety of non
descript articles were scattered about
the iloor and tables. Tho exhibit is
made in connection with the gaming
trial in which some seventeen Chinese
names appear on tho iccord.
The steainei "W. G. Hull, from Ha-
waii and Maui, is due heio to-nmi-row;
ftwl tbo Iwlani, from Kauai,
on Saturday. Tho Iwalani will take
the Hull's' I onto on Tuesday next,
while tho last named steamer lays up
to leccivo a new propolloi. This new
propeller is made of un improved
kind of composition, and is fanned
mi as toconsidoinbly )ebson tho jiur
ijng of tho steamer.
At tho meeting of Lodge lo Pro
gress do 1'Ooeanie No, 121 A, . and
A. M., held last Monday evening, tho
following oillceis were elected; W:
B. D.ivev, W. M.;C. II. PfeHler, O.
W., II. II. Williams, J. W.; David
Dayton, oiator; Thle. Kehm, deputy
at Paiis; E. Kistlui, Secietaryj P.
'fho Dailv Hullehn Bi-monthly
minmary ib just issued. This number
contains full lupous of tho Jubilee
Festivities. wiU t'u UBUul editorial
and nows matter, The Thanksgiving
Day seimons ulso apppwr. This sum
mary, to thotio who pipcnre it, will
"supply all needed information to
foieign coriespondents of tho doings
of this kiugdom during tho past two
weeks, and vill bo no Small saving
of time, labor, stationeiy and post
age. Singlo copies ten cents. Per
annum, to subsciibcrs in the islands,
two dollais. Mailed to any foreign
nddiess in tho postal union, post
paid, nt $2.00 per nniiuni.
One of tho pictures of the Histoi
ical I'loccssion, taken by Mr. Wil
iiinis, plainly shows a well-knnvvn
auctioned, smiling, as a nioiinaid
Tin: phologiaphs of tbo Competi
tive Drill, taken by Miss Biodie, Wi'ie
exhibited at WilliVms' galleiy, this
afternoon. They uie excellent.
Mn. E. Tucket, with his family,
leaves for tho Coast by the next
steainei, in the inteiest of his( hot
air bridge. Mr. Tucker, after l'ntio
ducing this patent thioughout the
States, will sail for Etuope, where the
invention will bo introduced.
THIS EVENINC'S EVENTS.
Annual public meeting of the W.
C. T. U. in tho Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge, F. & A. M., No. 21.
Meeting of the Board of lleptc
sentatives of the Fire Department.
Meeting of thu Trustees of the
IIouolulu Libi ary and Reading Room
Meeting of St. Andrew's Church
Notion, foreman, presiding, find
Mr. G. Rose, secretary. Twelve
members were present. A olo of
thanks was passed to the committee
on decorations, tlicir rcpoit being
received and adopted. Six new
members were elected. Tho icpre
scntutiws were inslt noted to voto in
fnvor of the Chief Engineer's pro
posal to divide the I. I. S. N. Co.'s
donation among the companies.
the month of Nov., 188(5:
Tbo total number of death lepoited
for ilie mouth of Nov. wui 10, dlstil
buted ii follows:
Undir 1 year... i 7
From 1 to 5 2
Fiom fi to 10.... 0
From 10 to 20... 5
Fiom SO to Sin... 7
S S Islam! 2
cause ok iievth
From 30 to 10...
From -10 to fit). . .
From Oil to 00...
From CO to TO...
At the regular monthly meeting
of the Honolulu Rifles, last evening,
five now members were enrolled.
Votes of thanks were passed to
Hon J. A. Cummins, chairman, and
other members of the Jubilee Com
mittee, for courtesies extended to
the Rifles during the festivities; and
to the Hawaiian Rifle Association,
for tho use of their range, on the
16th of November. The drill nights
were changed from Wednesday and
Friday to Monday and Thuisday.
The former will be for squad drills
and "recruits, the latter for company
Constiinpllon. ... -4
.. .. 1
Dls. of Heart. .
raging nncicnl heathen practices of
any kind, yet wlicn they arc brought
up as on Saturday night last to re
present an epoch of the country's
history, nnd that an eventful one,
tlioy should lib crilici.cd, if nt all,
at least tiuthfully, and not cast ic
llections on the audience for witness
ing what was in reality a very, very
tamo imitation of the "King's hula
COWAllATIVE MONTHLY MOltTALlTV:
Xov., 1882 48 I Xov., 1885 39
Nov., 8S:$ 51 Xov., 1880 40
Xov., 1884 50
Annual death late per 1000 for month
Our repoits of the legislative pro
ceedings of the session of 1886 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 744 pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during its progress through
the press. These reports aie im
partial and entirely free from any
partizan bias. The book is on sale
at Mr. Soper's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bulletin Office. The price
SIOKNK&S IN THE SCHOOLS
Foit Sheet School no lepoit.
Royal School 320
Pohukalna School 05
St. Louis' College 398
Pieparatory School 98
J. II. BltOWN,
Agent Board of Health
DRAIN ACriUN IN CHILDREN.
In Thu Ai chives de pediatrics Dr.
Warner rental ks that in every at
tempt to control brain action in
children, or to aid .its action, two
factors are needed nutrition, and
forces acting upon the brain direc
ting that intuition; a less co-oulin-ated,
steady uniform kind of action
may be desired that is, the child
may he healthy, but stupid, fat and
very slow, strong, but inert in
which case town-life and more stimu
lating food may he needed. As to
ai tides of diet, Dr. Warner says
that meat, broth and beef tea appear
to produce a stimulating effect upon
tho nerve-system of children, in
creasing the quantity and brain
stimulating quality of the blood; it
may be specially useful in some
cases of dull-brained children. But
farinaceous foods, in contrast to
meat, offer the choice of dietary of
great importance, being less stimu
lating, more quieting, less suitable
to excite, brain evolution, moro
adapted for cases of nervous excit
ability, especially if combined with
fats in such cases hydrocarbon
aeeous rather than nitrogeneous diets
being needed. Dr. Waincr further
states that arsenic, administered to
children with their food, lias often
appeared to him to be a gicat aid to
nerve growth. Chicago Tribune.
FASHION ! !
63 and 65 Fort Street.
A New Announcement will
Look Out for it
Let me have a mild
C I G A R
Nob. 63 & 65 Port Street,
S. COHN & CO.,
- Opposite Irwin & Co'b
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
31EETING OF THE COMI'ANirS.
Last evening Engine Co. No. 1 met
at their hall.King street, the foreman,
Mr. Kobert More, ptesiding, and Mr.
H. Barber, secretary. Thefoieman,
from the committee on decorations
in connection with the jqbileo cele
bration, leported that out of the 850
granted by the ceneral celebration
committee for the purposes of the
Fiie Department, there was a bal
ance of $10 on hand. A hcaity vote
of thanks was tendered the commit
tee for the highly cdicient manner
in which they Jiad performed their
duties as well as for their judicious
application of the money. TJic mat
ter of rendering assistance to John
Pease, a sick member of the com
pany and a sufferer of loss by fire,
was taken up, but the foicman
stated that he had brought the mat
ter to the attention of the Chief
Engineer. The application of a
candidate for membership was re
jected. The repiesentatives of the
company to the Board of Represent
atives .of the Department were in
'structed to vote for the division of
tho IntoMsJand Steam Navigation
Onmnanv's donation of 8500, as
frepommended by the Chief Engi
neer at last meeting.
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 met
in their hall at tho Bell Tower, Mr.
James T. Morgan, foieman, presid
ing and Mr. Henry Smith, secre
tary. Twenty-one members were
present. The following resolutions,
on motion of Mr. Henry Smith,
seconded by Mr. C. J. McCarthy,
Whi:iu:as, it has pleased Almighty
God to remove by dpntfi tfic late
William B. Wright, one of tho
organizers of Mechanic Engine
Company No."2, and the first mem
ber to sign the roster of said com
pany ; and
WmntKAS, It is but fitting that wo
should at least respect the memory
of him who so faithfully serv.ed the
Honolulu Fire Department in vari
ous capacities and tho interests of
this company in particular:
Therefore bo it resolved, That by
the demise of the deceased this com
pany has lost un exemplary flieman,
the Government a faithful employee,
nnd his widow a kind and devoted
Jienolved, That this company con
dole with the family of the decoa.sed
in their bereavement and pray that
the All-vvlbo would have them in Ilia
Jtesolved. That thpso resolutions
bo spread upon tho records of tjie
company, and a copy theioof bo
forwarded to tho widow of tho de
ceased, The company's icpre&entatives
wero insti noted to vote in favor of
the division of the I. I. S. N. Co.'s
Protection Hook and , Ladder
"....-.,.. .,f.f nlun lit. Ilin Bell
VUIHI'.Hl) llivu m.J" - -
Tpwer, iii their Hall, Mr. George
Thuusday, Dec. 2d.
In the estate of J. M. Daigle bo
fore the Chief Justice, yesterday
the Court filed its decision modify
ing the Master's finding of the worth
of the widow's dower, by making
the expectation of her life 10 years
instead of 30. Amount allowed is
475.05, which is S38.30 more than
the previous computation bj' the
BANKllUPTCY OK J. LYONS.
Before Judge Preston. J.
Lyons, auctioneer, appeared before
His Honor and prayed that he be
adjudged a bankrupt. The Court
adjudged him bankrupt and ap
pointed Thursday, January 13th,
1887, the day for proof for claims
and election of assignees. The
heaviest creditors are in San Fran
cisco, the largest creditor in Hono
lulu being G. Houghtailing, whose
claim amounts to 81,000. The
bankrupt's assets are $5,380.02,
liabilities $1C,G37,34. Value of
goods on consignments 85, 'J 10. 10;
total assets, 811,320.12. The Mar
shal was ordered to take possession
of the bankrupt's property and to
dispose of the perishable goods by
removing them to the auction rooms
SETS of Jubilee Photopnplin, em
bti'cing all the notable pcenus of
tho festivities, can bo obtained at Wil.
lituns Photographic Gallery. 10
" SAM PLEER',"t"Ml.Caithy'.
. m .
5.00 ONLY is the price charged
for Two Gallons of any flnvoivd
rieli nnd nlways fresh ninilo Steam Ice
Urenni, i;ii.irnntec l to no ausotuteiv pure
ornopiynt the Pioneer S cam Candy
Factory, Biikiiiy and Ice Cream Booms.
Practical Conlectionct and Orna
mcuter, Hotel St., Bet. Port & Nuunnu
M?. Hawnlian and Bell Tctoilioues,
No. 74. 40 tf
THE ABOVE REQUEST IS HEARD
dally in cigar stores, saloons and
other places whero cigars aro told, for
ItUnn undisputed fact that most etnokcrs
prefer a mild clgnr and that thoao who
Imvo for a long tunc smoked stroag
clears, i rhtcipully Imported Manilas,
will, ufter having thoroughly Injured
the stomach mid Impaired thu nervous
)teni. Biirely want n mild cigar, if they
could find the right kind.
How many tliousau.ls of smoker? who"
sutler from loss of uppetlte, headache,
nervous irritability, asthma, etc., and
who have tried nil poixlblu remedie
without success, ink-hi Ije cured If they
knew that tlicir sutlcrings wcro caused
1t ttln ttlti llltkflriltft lluf. nf ul.nnn nlmi.
..j ..... .....,rw. u.u .. -.v ... Dllllllg Ul,
nud that they bIioiiU only smoke mild
vim pruperij prepureu on up.
It Is n fact that nil mild clgnig agreo
wlII with ftnokern, for la most cases
thee is u lack of caro in tho selection of
the tobacco, and often the necessary ex
rciler.ee for it Is wnntlnf, vet there Is
ine brand wlilcli suits ttio inoit fiStldloua
tnioker, and that Is
"Sampler" Hnltl Cigar
Which Is made from mild, aromatic and
particularly (elected nnd prepared to
bacco, and combines, all the qualities
which may be expected from a health
cigar. It causes no bad effect of any
kind., is agreeable to the taste, burcs
evenly to the cud and possesses a fine
aroma. No smoker Bhould fall to give
Enselbrecht's "Sampler" Cigar
A fair trial, and benefit himself at tho
For sale Everywhere.
EGAN & CO.,
TELEPHONE for Ice Oreim!
Mutual Co. 338; Bell Co. 182. 8i
CANDIES! Imported, fine nnd
sueet, jou'll llnd at the Euie. 85
ICE CREAM of the Purest and Hich
en quality fiom ono quart to any
quantity upwards aru delivered packed
in ice, 'from 11 o'clock a,m. to 0 o'clock
r ji , free of charge to any part in Hono
lulu and suburbs by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
CHRISTMAS and New Year Cards,
all new nnd of the very latest de
signs, hnvine been carefully selected by
oui Mr. T. J. King, who has jtit re,
turned from the Coast. Call early at
King Bros.' Art Store. 80
of E. P. Adams & Co.
Bickeiton for sctitioner.
Drunkenness, Keoki $G.
Disturbing quiet of the night,
Malicious injury, Nohona 813,
Opium in possession, Annie (w)
and Mary (w), Annie, nol. pros.,
Mary, 51 and 18 houis hard labor.
Gaming, (Paik-a-pio), Chock
How, Yung Wo, Ah Wai, Ah Mow,
Ah Ting, Lcong Hu, Ah Lung, Ah
Chow, Wa Kim, Lcong Towe, Ah
Lam, Chung Hung, Leo Tai, Ah
Ho, Yung You, Hing Chew, and
Tail Yip were brought up on the
15th ult., and remanded from time
to time until j'esterdny, when tho
trial commenced, was continued to
day, and was unfinished when the
court adjourned for the noon lecess.
Paul Neumann for defendants.
" "the MLaT
EniTon HuixKTih: An article in
last Tuesday's Gazette in regard to
the Historical Tableaux, in the
Music Hall on last Saturday night,
criticizes very scveiely, the last
scene, whore Kameliaineha the first
is represented as having conquered
Maui, and takes to wife the dungli
ler of a Chiofcss of high rank. It
says that "dining the evening a
number of extra hula dancers were
introduced onto tho stage, and u
llrst class hula dance was given to
the audience, with nil the ancient
motions thrown in, to tho intenso
disgust of many, and the delight of
a few who aro willing to worsliip at
the sluino of anything, that has a
tendency to demoralize or degrade"
It must require a very viviu ima
gination, to sec, in the marching of
about 20 gills, up and down the
stage, the vulgar posturing of nq
ancient hula. And in defense of
the few who were not disgusted the
wiiter would say, that the represen
tation put on thu stage on Saturday
night, Wfts 9 much like an ancient
Jinla ns a polka or wnlU la like the
dance in the Black Crook prt, he pan
can, uuil one who had neyer seen a
hula could no more imagine what it
was like, from tlmt representation,
than ho could what the cancan is
liko from witnessing a quadrillo.
Although I do not believe hi encour-
CAKES! Fancy, plain and orna
mental of evei'v description nlways
on hand nt the Klitk, on Hotel St, 85
DID you ever? No, I never tnsted
1 cite Ico Cream than at tho Eutk !
Tlieir Ice Cream is really delirious, and
such a nice coy place they have! 85
Dh. Flint's Heaut Bemkoy is a
Specific for all fQriijs of Heart l)in
easo anil also for Diteases of Kidneys
and Ch dilation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents, 351
Patiionizk Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Woiks, whero ho is prepared to fill all
oiders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Ibland ejrders solicited
and promptly filled, Th'o attention
of dealers is lespectfully invited to
tho fact ''no license is lequired" to
sell these cigars. Po not forget the
name J. W. Ilingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST BECE1VED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Cusii-iiiiiilc (ilollmiL Gents' Furuisliii Goofla,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a small invoice of the flneBl hand-mado,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable In the Kaftern markets.
e. a sen OMAN.
Sec'y & Treas.
Haw'an. Carriage MT Co.
WEST, DOW & GO.
Now have on hand a largo
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OJF 3F,TJI3VIrX,XJItDB
In all lines. Latent Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS &r SHOES
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jutt received ex "Zealandla," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Huv'u just rcctivid a few mora
Iron, Cumberland Goal, Hard
I And all kinds of :
Carriage and Wagon Materials.
ALAKEA & KING STEEET
and hco tho
Ho has for mhi elu-up, Lufoie ntire.huif
74 hK e-How here.
O JjUSO IIAWAUANO.
ALL persons who want to communl.
cato with tho roitupncso, either
for bushier, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will Had it
thu moat nwlltablo vvuy in advertise In
tlio Lu$ lltnuiilaua, the now organ of
lliu l'ortuuuoMj colony, vhi' h is pub.
llshed on Mcrcliunt strtet, GuxetU lluild.
I up, (Vost.Olllcu Letter Hot K,). and
only ahnrgi.' icasop ihle rates for advertisements,
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
1'iiotry Cool; and linker.
71 Hotel St. i!2r Teloi hone 74
WENNER & CO.
no. t3 foht fej'x'JuaaaT.
Constantly on lumd u laruo assortment
of every tie HciipiiiiiMif.limrlry, Watches,
Gold nnd hllver l'luted Ware. ilc.
Will hu opLii every afternoon und even.
aionduy, Tuesday, WedneMday and
Tohe public in general.
For ladles anil gentlemen.
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Wolfe Sc Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
G7 und CO Hotel ttrcct,
Fnsli Oiotoriusand Provisions received
by etvery Steamer.
P. O. llox 1H0. Hell Telrplmmi No.
3111 Mutual Teh phono Nei. 101.
The White House,
No. llti Nvuumii Htii-'ut,v
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family" Hotel j Term" lleuson.
able; FirM-chist, Aecnniiiioduli'ins,
M. W.SANDKIiB, Propiluur.
For Indies, gentlemen anil'hildreo.
Lessons In Fancy Skuting.
Kridny and Saturday Evenings.
WU.I.IAM WALL, Maimer.
i ffTl Ifc THOSE fVKUY DFSIRA.
jOgm ble premUcs No. 193 Nuuanu
Avenue. Dwelling contain
8 rooms; airy buH'ineul under nil ; kitch
en, pnnlry, bathroom and servant's rm tu
attached, rairlapu home, Ptsblr, fiwl
Ii'Hifc; till conveniently arrantjed; quiet
liealthfil bullion; neat ground?, fruit
trees. Ten minute' walk from Poft
Ofllce. Enciulru adloluing premii-es of
73 tf J. II. WOOD,
Order left at Oilier, with N. P. Bur
gess, t-i King Street, will be promptly
attended to. COly
S. M. CARTER,
Hhs on hand fn ne, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Ha-d and Soft Wood, Sawed end Split.
Hriin, O its,
Ordeia arc hereby sot'clted and will
be delivered at any locality within the
No. 88 KING 8T JmiQX.
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