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SATUKDAY, DEC. -1. 188G.
StinrKlniui fiom Wlmlwntd Polls
Miur l.lkcllko fiom Knlnilul
Stmr I.cliua fiom Wlmlwiml PoiW
Stun-Mukulll fioiii Molnknl
.Stmv Iwnlniil from Kiiu.it
Selir Kliukul from Witliiliiii
tii'hr Mniiuoknwiil from Knoluti
JBclir Wiillclo for Jlilo mill llonoli'im
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Kttinu for tlio Volcano imil way-
poit nt-I i in
Stmr KIluiiiM lion for llniiiakua at !i
Stmr Lchim for Wludwtml Ports at 5
Stmr Mokollt forMolokal nt p in
Stmr Surnrie lor Kuan
ulir Eliukal for Witinlua
Fiom MinihMinl porls. per steamer
V O Hull. Dec .'Jul Mrs G MeDomiall.
F .1 Turner, FO'Jli Ion mill wife, Mrs J
Veaiy, J I) .TolniKiu anil wife, W.I Max
well mid wife, .1 Triihk, and ." I ilcek.
From Kahulul ami way-port", per
steamer Likellkc, lice, filli V Ku'oi, .f
K Itanium, F H Auuibauli, A M Spronl,
W 0 Parke, 1 Chinaman, mill 02 deck.
From wjnilwarl port", per steamer
Klnau, Dee. Jtl Hon S Pinker, lion .1
P Pnikcr, Major W P Liunalielhcl, A B
Spieekels, C Smith. V li .T llrlgstoek,
O Fnulco, J Keliilmiilt, " BJaUdell. T
Jt Kevwortli, Mrs .7 K Widdeilehl, 3lrs
J IJ ."lones, If lino (Pake), II A Ileeu
wife and ' cliildien, Mrs .7 P Parker,
and 73 dcek.
, Fiom ICaual, per fcteainor Iwalanl.
Dee: -tth .) II Smith and wife, Xoiman
Custlm, F Weihke. G S Gray, M ster
F Ciay, K Uitekholtz, Kaniaki.ii, 4
Chinese, and 21 dcek.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
W O Unll 2,i:K) lias snar, SI bags
coffee, 'Mr, bags awn, 75 hides, 0
hoises, and 82 cattle.
Stmr Ltkeliku 1.5S3 bags Mig.ir.
Stmr Klnau-400 bags sugar, 8S bags
com, COO goat skins. 0 hides, 120
Stmr Iwalanl 5 bales of wool. 1 cow, 1
calf, 4 hones, and 48 hide".
Stiiir. JLlkelikc sails on Tuesday at 5
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A lost certificate of deposit is ad
TiiKitn will bo a battalion drill at
Palace Square, next FrjuVy night.
It is reported that the cavalry
commissions havo been recalled.
Purses Geo.Beckley, of the Kinau,
reports very jough weather to Wind
ward. . . .
Hula dancing began at the Palace
yesterday morning, and was kept up
until this morning.
A nitEMCAGn oecuircd yesteidny in
the old line of pipes connecting Ku
pena pool with the new main,
From 5 until 8 o'clock this even
ing there will be tin key and- cram
berry sauce at the Club House, King
Them: will be a race for a piize,
open to all comers, at the bkating
rink, this evening. Music by mem
bers of the Baud.
Kaneoiii: mill, Koolau distiict,
commenced grinding the season's
sugar ciop yesteul.iy morning. A
large yield is expected.
Tub usual temperance meeting,
this evening, in Fowler's yard, under
the auspices of the temperance com
mittee of the Y. M. C. A.
The Fair at St. Andiew's Priory
opened at 10 o'clock this morning,
and is still in progress. A full report
will appear in our next issue.
The Hawaiian Killo Association
will meet at 7 :30, this evening, in the
Mutual Telephone building. Every
member is requested to attend.
Tiik commissioned ofliceis of the
volunteer militaiy companies will
meet at the Palace, Wednesday
night, to discuss military maneuveis.
The Honolulu Yacht ami Boat
Club held u meeting last evening,
but tho special conimittees not being
ready with their lepoits, tliu meeting
adjourned until next week.
At tho Volcano House, (lining the
week ending November 28th, tho
' thermometer varied from 50 to
fc?"; tho rain fall was 2.71 inches,
and tho volcano was active.
Tin: schooner Canute lot one of
her hoats on the rocks at 1'aukaa,
Hinyaii. Sio put iiitn Ililo for fJicltor,
and aftei win its ashibted the haiken
tino Amelia in getting oil' tho ieof.
Musbits. Fieeth A Peacock, whole
sale wine ami sphit nieichaiits, aru
circulating a very pieltily gotten up
caul calendar tor 1887, Flowers, in
various colors, tue uxtioinoly pretty.
By tho next mail for San Fran
cisco, oideis will he eent for a num
ber of incandescent electric lights, to
illuminate tho interior of the Palace,
from tho basement to tho attic.
. . -jt,
Walter McBiydo was still running
a stoio and tho ollico of Port Gam
ble Mill Co., at Little Stokuni, when
tho Klikitat left, and E. Wodehoueu
was cleiking in u Port Gamble btore.
t ,muk!CAI.i: will bo given nt tho
Jailois of Oahu Coljcge, Puimlioii,
An'Tuesday oveiting, itt 7 ;!50 o'clock.
Fijends an'd pations of tho institution
are lesjiectfully invited. No special
invitations, fuithor than this, vill bo
A I'ortion of the road at tho foot
of tho Pali, on thu Koolau shlo, has
been recently lcpnircd and put in a
greatly inijirovcd condition. Tho in
habitants of that district would he
thankful for inoio woilTof a similar
nature on their loads. k
"Tin: Grand Duko of Gynbeigdrin
kenslein" is the liaiiio of a hitilcMiiu
in three nets, just published, a copy
of wjijrji has leached the I'dltui's
table. Tliisisn local production, with
At the meeting of tho King's Own,
last ovfliiiiKi tho $100 ieceied from
His Majesty )is voted for tho com
pany sick fund, and a cnuiiniltcc of
tlnec was appointed to tender thanks
to Ilia Majesty for the gift.
The schooner Elnikai, which ar
rived this moi ning fiom Waialua,
was used lather loughly by the
weather. Her main boom Wis cur
ried away, teveial coops of tuikeya
washed ovei board, and one of her
boats stove in by huge seas.
Purser Boss, of tho steamer Iwn
lani which arrived thismoiiiiiig fiom
Kauai, jojioits a galu on the up trip,
and the decks of thu steamer being
continually Hooded, The hteanicr
.las. Mnkee could not eiiterat Kapaa,
on Wednesday last, on account of the
severity of the weather, She enteied,
on Thursday, however. On Friday
she look 35 head of cuttlo fiom Na
wiliwili to Kahului, and is expected
in llonlulu to-morrow. Lihue mill
will begin grinding the new crop next
FAIR AT THE PALACE.
A fair, under the patronage of
Princess IJkelike, and in aid of the
Anglican Cathedral building fund,
will ho held, this ovening, at the
Palace, begining at 0 o'clock. An
admission fee of 10 cents to the
Palace grounds, and SI. 00 to the
Palace baleoiry, will be charged.
The Palace will be brilliantly illu
minated by electricity, inside and
outside, for the occasion.
A paragraph in the JJailt Colo
nist of Victoria, B. C, announces
to the readers of that paper the
re-organization of the linn of Lang
ley & Co., wholesale druggist of tho
city, in which our former townsman,
Mr. T. M. Henderson occupies an
important place. Mr. Henderson,
with his brother, J. M. has been
admitted a paitner in tho firm. His
His many friends in Honolulu will
be glad to hear of Mr. Henderson's
welfare in new sphere.
The baikcntine Amelia, which has
been running here for some time
with lumber, from Eureka, Cal,, for
Messrs. Allen & Robinson, got into
difficulty, near Ililo, last Tuesday
night. She was off Wainnku with
lumber for Ililo, on the above night,
when a heavy swell drove her on to
the reef. She lloatcd, after 30,000
feet of her cargo had been taken
off, but was not much damaged, be
yond losing a. little copper. It was
a close shave, however, as the sea
was pretty rough,
The place has been favored with
heayy rains. A lumber vessel,
bringing a cargo for Richardson and
Coan came into port on Tuesday,
and was almost wrecked by the
waves driving her on the- rocks at
Wainnku, Wednesday morning.
Mr. C. S. Lewis and Miss Lucy
Wetiuore were united in the bonds
of matrimony, Tuesday evening.
The decisions of the tax-appeal
board were given on Wednesday,
granting, either altogether or in part,
all the appeals. "
LILIUOKALANI EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY,
This Society met at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, in the loom of
Engine Co. No. 1. Princess Liliu
okalani, President of the Society,
presided. The attendance was some
what slim. Vacancies among the
otllce-bearers were filled. Mrs. W.
Hill was elected vice-president ; Miss
L. Brickwood, treasurer; and Miss
Ladd, a directicss. A new ward
was nominated, and the proper com
mittee instructed to inquire into the
case, and havo the child placed in
school if found to be a fit sub
ject for the society's care. Before
the adjournment of the meeting, the
Princess President expressed in feel
ing and affectionate words her ap
preciation of the members' attention
to her wish in several matters
j'ii 1 1
THE TEMPLE OF FASHION TO THE
The proprietor of the Templo of
Fashion decided bometime ago to
clear out his entire stock, and close
out the business. He still holds to
that determination, and is resolved,
if possible, to make a clean sweep
by tho first day oL January next. In
order to effeot this purposo prices
arc marked low. It is not his in
tention either to give away goods or
to pay peoplo for taking them, but
to offer them at so low n prlco that
it requires more than ordinary reso
lution to resist the temptation to
buy. The stock consists mainly of
every description of ladies' and gen
tlemen's wearing apparel, and n
great variety of trunks in which td
keep it when not in use. An inspec
tion of tho store, which is on Fort
street, opposite Sprockets' bank,
will convince one that the process of
reduction has progressed. But still
tho Temple of Fashion has
enough fashionable material left to
decorate many fashionable people,
of both sexes, fiom head to foot.
NOVELTIES AT THE REAVEn.
Mr. II. J. Noltc, pioprictor and
manager of the Beaver Saloon, has
decided to ftirnish his patrons with
something I'xtraordinary for Christ
mas. Not in the lino of eatables
and drinkables, although for any
thing known to the contrary, ho mny
duva-.tate all the chicken coops at
llic C'u-ino to slock the tables of the
Heaver on that occasion. Hut it is
a certain fact that ho has already
filled his show-cases with novelties,
eccentricities, and curiosities In thy
line of a slnolccr's outfit, Just pre
cisely the articles from which to
select a Christinas present for a
friend who pnjoys a smoke. A'suiall
champagne bottle, which to look at
is a genuine champagne bottle, but
when you handle it you find that it
is made of wooij, and on pressing a
spring it swings open on hinges its
full length, and reveals a pretty
meaisolmiim pipe, cigar.holdor,cigar-cttc-holdcr,
and a littlo Instrument
for clipping off the closed onds of
cigars. There arc albums, too,
which on being opened, disclose to
wew a similar list to the one just
given, with the addition of a match
box and the photograph of a winsome
young hidy. 'Phcsc two distinctive
articles aio singled out from an
innumerable multitudo of others, that
would puzzle tho Ingenuity of the
Bulletin plpc-writer to describe;
but they are all open for inspection,
and purchase, too ; and anyone with
an inclination that way will be
ANGLICAN CHURCH CHRONICLE.
Number 1, Volume 5, of the
jhirjliitin Olmrch, Chronicle has
just boon issued, ami is unusually
full of interesting matter. Rev.
George Wallace has retired from the
editorial staff, leaving Rev. A. Mack
intosh as sole editor. "Under the
present conduct the Antlimn
Church Chronicle will not deviate
far from the course it has hitherto
adopted. It has endeavored to steer
clear of all religion-destroying con
troversy, Thej'P is not a word of
acrimony or heat throughout its
whole career directed against any
Christians differing in matters of
polity or customs If there
is one thing above another which the
Chronicle has striven not to do, it
is that 'falling into the common error
of consigning those whose religious
views do not coincide with its own, to
outer darkness where acr to be found
the pronounced enemies ot all reli
gion.' " The passages in quotation
marks are from the Chronicle's
opening article. Euery regular
'reader of this periodical knows how
well the editors have succeeded in
their purpose. The absence of nar
row bigotry has alwa3's been a
marked and pleasing feature of the
IIoman Catholic Catheukal.
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at 4
Kaavaiaiiao Church. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sundaj- boliool at 10
A. si. Preaching at 11 a. si.
ICausiakapili Cimucii. Itev. J.
Waianiau, pastor. Sjindav school at
0:30 a. m. Preaching at 10:30 A. si.
Young people's niectfiig at 7:30 l. si.
Y. M. O. A. Young Men's Bible
Class In the parlor at 0:45 a. si., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gospel
praise sci vice at (!:30 i". si: Come and
bring a f i lend.
FORT-STREET CllUKCII. lleV. .7. A.
Crii.aii, pastor. Meeting for Ulble
study at 0 :45 A. si. Services at 11 a. si.
and 7 :30 v. si. At the morning service,
new members will bo received and the
ordinances of Baptism ami thu Lord's
Slipper adminihtcicd, At the evening
service will he delivered the llrst of a
series of sermons on "Evils which beset
young men in Honolulu." Subject:
"The Mud Bath." All are invited.
Bethel Union Concuegatio.w
Itev. E. C. Oggel, pastor. Services at
tho Lyceum, Niuiaiiu avenue, at 11 a.
si. ami 7 :30 i si. ,t the morning ser
vice, the Mibjcet of thu oermoii will be
"Thu Belgn of Loving Kinduiss." At
tho evening m.tvIi'c, thu subject will
be 'Olllee eeking and the sad ending."
Sunday school at 0:4.') a. si, A Bible
class has been organized, and will be
conducted by .Mrs. S. E. BUhop. All are
Invited to thee services.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. First
Congregation. Services conducted by
, tlio Bishop of Honolulu. Morning
prayer with senium at 0:30 a, si,
Sunday school at 10: l.r a. m, Ha
waiian ovuiiaoug at !i:30; English
evensong at 0 v. si, All teats aio iree,
Si'cond Congiegatloii, Rev. Goorgo
Wallace, A. M., pastor elect. Holy Com
munion vrith eeiuiou at 11)15 a. si.
Evening service at 7.30 i'. i. Sunday
school meets at 10 A. si. in the Piuia
hoii Piupaiatory School building.
Seats free at all herviees.
SETS of Jnblko Pliotogriplif, cm
brucing all the noinblu t-ceius of
ilio festivities, cun ho obtiiine.l ni Wll.
llama I'hologrnnliio Gallery. 10
" SAM PLER at' McCarthy.
TELEPHONE fr Ic Cream!
X Muimil Co. 333; Hell Co. 182. "85
CANDIES! Imported, flue and
buent jou'll 11m! ui the Elite. 85
CHRISTMAS '"1 Now Vcar Cardu,
all nuw inn! of thu veiy lutibt de
signs, having been carefully M-liotul by
our Mr. T. J. Kins, who has ju.t ic
turned from die Cocsl. Cull nirly at
King UroB Art Store. SO
CAKES I Fancy, plain and orna
n outul of evorv discr ntion always
I on hand at tho Elite, ou Hotel St. VS
Chinese Church. Fort street, near
corner lJeretaula. Mr. To Teug Uo,
evangelist. I'hlneso Sunday School,
0:30 a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 1-. si. Preaching 11
A.M. and 7:30 v, si. Bible eliif-i in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, ;30 1-. si.
loneor Steam Candy Facfy.
Sake, Pastry & Bread Bakery.
F. HORBy, - Proprietor
And Only Practical Ornnmunter in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those who intend to malcc Holiday
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES
To select from his stock ; the largest ever shown in Hono
lulu, consisting of many thousand pounds of both plain and
fancy Confectionery suitable for Christmas Trees. An im
mense assortment of Fancy BASKETS, BOXES and
COKISTUCOPIAS, Wax Tapers and self-supporting Hold
ers, Bonbons in large variety and" hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention,
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in HORN'S well
known stjdc which defies imitation.
Of all known Variety on Hand and also Made to Order.
CANDIED PINEAPPLE, FRUIT GLACES,
All of these in the greatest variety of goods ever shown in
Honolulu. HORN" will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced,
At S3. 00 for one, and 85.00 for two Gallons. Made from Rich Egg
Custard, It is made from Wootllawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to he
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to he the Richest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Not a specialty exactly, hut are made now as heforo of superior quality
and richness of llavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factqry, Store and Ice Cream
Between Fort & ITuuami.
We have received during the last few weeks ninty-three
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. Jt has taken
some time to unpack and arrange them. "We are now pre
pared to have the public inspect, this new stock of Novelties.
"We carefully selected these goods during our recent trip to
the United States, and wo unhesitatingly claim this to be
the largest, finest and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND ART GOODS
Ever shown in Honolulu. These goods were bought for
cash, so they can be sold for about one half the former
CALL AND BE CONVINCED!
The following is a Partial List of our Latest Importa
Steel Engravings, Q'd Paintings, Artotypes,
Photographs, "Water Colors, Pastel Crayon Paintings,
Photo Albums, Glace Photo Panels, Gold Frames,
Plush Frames, Mirrors, Silverware, Brass Goods,
Artists' Materials, Parlor Easels, Bouquet Tables,
Bronze Frames, Ebony Brackets,
Medallion Photographs, Autograph Albums,
Holiday Souvenirs, Graphoscopes, Broom Holders,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, "Wall Pockets,
Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christmas Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent; unpQrttung contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
Plusli Picture Mouldings, from which wo are prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KING BROS,' ART STORE,
Hotel Union Struts. ' OPEN EVENINGS.
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
- ' Both Telephones No. 74.
We hereby inform the general Public that our
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
Underwear, etc., etc, must be closed out
by the First of January.
Coods Sold lO per cent. Less than Cost
up to that time Only!
DO NOT LOSE YOUR CHANCE !
EYBEY ARTICLE SOLD FOB CASH CXNLT !
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OP
CDStom-maile doing, Gents' fornisfiii GooQs,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repented und sjieciul request, a enutll imoicc of the lim'M linnd-made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in tliu
WEST. DOW & CO
Now have on
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's kizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OF IT'TTIfclNri'rTJIfcJE
in all lines. Latent Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HOItN, I'rncticnl Confectioner,
Pustry Cook and liukcr.
71 Hotel St. "!- Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
no. oa ifoirr htbekt,
Constuutly on luttid a largo uBsortmcul
of every deuerlptinuof Jewelry, Wuteute,
Gold and Silver 1'lutod Ware, &o.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Stort,
07 und 09 Hotel btrect,
Fritth Groceries nnd Provisions received
by every Steamer.
l. O. Box 1150, Hull 'J oleplionu No.
310 Mutuul Telephone No. 194.
The White House,
IS'o. 11 H Nuxinmi hit root,
Honolulu, H. I.
Private Family Uolul; Term Ilenson.
able; Klrst-chtbn Acconuiiodulioua.
M. W. BANDERS, Proprietor.
815 ly ..
Opposite Irwin & Co's
band a large
Will bo open every nltcrnoon und even.
Ilie u follows:
Monday, Turxduy, lVedncmlay as
M at u relay Kvrningii,
'Jrl pul He in general.
For Indleo und gentlemen.
For ladicf, gentlemen Hndji-lijldreu.
LastoiiB iu Fancy Skating.
Friday and Suturdity Kenlngt.
Wtl.l.IAM WAT.I,, MftMiger.
-Htkh- THOSE !Vr.UY DKSIHA.
UUSff b,e I'remiK No IMNuumu
Mmmm Avenue Swelllug conUl&j
8 rooms nliy liuu'inenl under all i latch
en, pnuiry, Imtlirtoiii ami (servant's room
attached, carriage hmibe, stable, fowl
limmej nil conveniently arranged; aulet
liealtlifil lcllu; nent grounds, fruit'
tree. Ten mlntilcj' walk from Post
OHIO"1, Knqulre ail'ol'il. minis ot
73 J. H. WOOD.
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