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TIIUKSDAW DEC. !). 188G.
Sohr Cnturiim from Hnrmlui
llUlno Kllkltnt for riigctbouud
Stini- Wnlalfiilu fur Lplmlna nml Hamn-
Hiiii ut 8 :i in
tfelir Kuinin for Kniiul
Ilk Vorcst Queen, U'lmlliifr
Oer biuk IMclllo. Oltmini
Urlt bk W II Wntf-on, l.nwiciuv
Bkhio Kllkltat, Cutler
llktnu ( C Perkins, Aekenmiii
Itktiii ilnrv Wlnkelmnn, Uiiekcrs
15k. I II Uowcrs, .1 II Plum
. VESSELS EXPECTED.
lliiw folir Geiiui-iil Solgel, from l'rciiL'h
Krljiiito Slioali, iluu Nov L'()-:to.
(5cr bark Hydra, from llonkoti, duo
nuruiiiu b:uk lleieules, Scbacfor,
sailed from I.huiimol, October Sltli, due
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovell,
lrom Fnnniug'ri Island, dui Deeember
Haw solioouer Malnlo, .1 11 Holland,
from Mnulhlki. via Panniug's Island.
Uue nceeiilbci' 15-l!l.
American bark Laramie, from Xcw
York. HitUeiUuly l!Itb, duo here Xov. 18
80, to Castle & Cooke.
Am bk Martha Davis, V M llcnson,
sailed from Ilostou August 7tb, due
Deeember 1-20. to Urewer & Co.
Urltbark Glengaber,'Kolleston, fiom
Liverpool, due hem, .Inn l."i-:il, to
Davie? & Co.
Jlrlt bark Martha. Plsher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept !), tine lure .Ian 1"-S0,
to Sehaefer & Co.
llrll bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due hero in Pel), to
llrower & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port lllakely, due here Deo lTitb, to
Castle & Cooke. v
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tun Honolulu Kiiles will have
company drill this evening.
Tiiuri: will hou battalion di ill, nt
Palaee Square, to-morrow evening.
JIu. Putnam, American Consul,
and his daughter, M.i.-s Eva, are ex
pected hero in January next.
Jin. .T. J. Williams regrets that ho
did not take a greater number of pho
tographs during the Jubilee, the de
mand being greater than the supply.
Judge Widcmann, accompanied
by Mr. A. 11. Spreekels, Mr. C. W.
Smith, and Miss "Wuldelield, left for a
visit to Wninnae, on the steamer
"Waimanalo, this morning.
Soml special attraction has ex
ited at the Chinese theatre this
week. Unusual crowds of Chinamen
have gathered there during . the
afternoons and evenings.
Jfn. 0. Duval udvortUes a com
plete description of his residence and
lot on" Lunnlilo street and which he
is about to vacate. He oilers it for
sale and volunteers further infonna
iion by application on tho pieinises.
A rn'TV dollars reward for the ic
capture of Chun Hook is offered by
the Deputy Marshal. The ninount
is ridiculously small. It ought to
have been $o00. The villain will
probably be prcpaied for bib captor,
and he (Chun Hook) has sworn that
he will never be re-taken alive 1
It was intended to hold a sale,
next Saturday, of the goods remain
ing from the recent fair at St. An
drew's Priory. The intention has
been changed, and the gooilH will be
kept for another fair, which will pro
bably be hold about nextmidsummer.
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Tiinni: will be or sociable in tho
Port-Street Church vestry to-night,
given by the Ladies Society. A
literary and musical programme, be
ginning at 7 :'M o'clock, will preface
the social good-time, and will be fol
lowed with refreshments. A cordial
invitation is extended.
Tm; steamer Kilauea Hon has
been detained for several days, re
ceiving a. new pump in place of her
old, worn out one. Sho will rail to
morrow or next day, taking, besides
a large quantity of general merchan
dise, a maceration mill for Ilalawa,
and a smokestack and fiome machi
nery for Paaiihau.
Tin: littlo girls of the 1'unahou
.Preparatory School have b?en for
come time past, busily engaged in
milking articles for sale, the proceeds
to bo expended in making a happy
Christmas for the children at tho
Molokai ' leper settlement. Any
other littlo gills wishing to join in
the eil'ort may send articles to No.
-P.), lleretiinia street, during the com
A match game of billiaids, be
tween J. V. 11. McCleoiy, and Lou.
Morris, will be played at the Ha
waiian Hotel, to-morrow (Friday)
and Monday evenings. The game
will consist of 1.200 points, 8 inch
balk line, 000 points each evening,
the winner receiving a purse of 500.
Tho play will begin at 8 o'clock.
Yi:sti:iiav, Major A. J$. Huyloy,
accompanied by His E.xcolleiicy
Colonel Curtis P. Iuukcn, drove down
Fort btreet in a stylish English Nog
Cm t. Tho Jiorsd was a high step
ping chestnut and the harness gold
mounted. In was almost a perfect
turnout. It lacked the footman
only, nevertheless it wuh universally
admired and would not disgiiico
Itotteu How. "Jack" handles tho
ribbons in ft thorough English stylo,
and his manipulation of the whip is
thu acino of perfection. The Major,
and the Colonel wore white hats,
which become their hnmUonio
Mkh. 15. Mnofailano is moving into
tlio Into Queen Minimi's Waikiki
Knuini: Company No. 2 will ineel,
;it 7 :?.), Ihi.i evening, at Iheir n-gnlar
meeting place, for tl l ill.
Mn. ,. K, Meyers bus resigned liin
position in tliu U'uter Wtnks, because
of some disagieemcut in the amount
of his salarv.
OlTK'Kii Hopkins, while looking
for Chun Hook, near tho Chiuose
wushhotise, this afteinoon, caught a
Celestial with a pipe and horn of
CAii-ninvr.iis complain of dull times
and scarcity of cash. Ono well
known and popiilareabman lemained
on his stand from, early morning to
2 o'clock in the afternoon of yester
day, without scouring a' fare.
Mkssiik. Jus. Dodd and Harry
Miller, gentlemen well known as dis
pensier of lefieshments for (he
public, mi' about to open a new
piiloon on Foil hlieet, immediately
above Hotel street. They have
named tho premises tho "Criterion,"
and solicit the public patronage.
Satnidny, the 11th instant, is the
Xotioks of Holiday good- continue
to How into out columns. Piepara
lions have been made, for the. gay and
festive advent of Santa Clans. Not
to bo behind the ago Mr. Is. S. Sachs
of tho Popular Millinery House has
just opened a line of goodH that com
poses eveiy thing. To enumerate
them would fill a volume, and to
avoid that, task wo refer our leaders
tc Mr. Sachs' advertisement.
ltr.rnuixo to tho recent burglary
at the Club Dining Uoonis, a dining
room chair was found on Aliiken
f licet next morning by a policeman.
This chair belonged to tho Club Dining
room and was dropped on the.road by
the thief. OHicer Hopkins tried to
force an entrance through the front
door on the night of the robbery,
thinking ho heaid ti noise within, but
his attempt proved futile,aud hearing
no noise afterwards, he proceeded. on
A Portuguese laborer, employed
by Mr. Geo. Lucas, met with an
accident on the corner of- Hotel and
Maunakca streets, yesterday. He
was working in a building there, and
was on a staging in the second story,
when he lost his balance and fell,
lie struck a joist in the iloor of the
second story, then fell through to
the lower floor. His fall was about
23 feet, broken by the joist. The
man was picked up in an insensible
condition, and taken to the Hospital.
On being examined, no bones were
found broken. The injuries seem
to be greatest about the right thigh.
He was resting comfortably last
evening, and will probably come out,
all right in time.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this even
ing commencing -.l 7 :30. " The
following is the programme:
Overture Titus Mozart
Polka Caibai bin Mlebiels
lteiiiiiiisennces of Verdi Godfrey
Fantasia Liliuokalani Micbiel
lv Ola ka Mot, by rcque.-t
Pantiisla Hawaii Pouoi (new)
dedicated to II. Burger.
Waltz .1 nbilee. (new) Coote
Mazurka At Home (new) Pa list
Polka Mountain Spring, (new).. Ileus?
Hawaii Pouoi. i.
LACK OF DISCIPLINE
KniTOit Humxtix: I am not at
all surprised at the escape of the
notorious Chun Hook, judging from
what little I know of the mismanage
ment of prisoners, which I see every
day on their way from the prison to
the place of work In Nuuniiu. They
are not marched in older now as
formerly, but go straggling along up
the valley road under no discipline
whatever, talking, laughing, smok
ing, and doing just as they please. I
put a short article In your paper
some time since referring to this
matter, under the signature of
"Citizen," because I was of the
opinion that no notice would be
taken of it if 1 attached my own
name, hoping the authorities would
take notice of it, but of lato the
abuso has been worse than ever.
The temptation under present
management is too great for such a
man as Chun Hook to resist escap
ing, and the blame should bo placed
just whero it belongs upon those
in authority. P. C. Joxia.
Mr. Greig, of running's Island,
says thu black fish that are caught
near Fanning's Island arc a species
of whale. They make periodical
visits, in schools of about 100, and,
as the change of tides carries the
feed to a particular lagoon, theso
fish can be found in tho same place
with each change. Thoy fowl either
on sea-weed that grows on the rocks
or on squids, and are discoveied
when they rise to the surface, to
blow. When discovered, thu natives
in boats, on boards, and in boxes
surround the school and drive them
ashore, or into shallow water. The
blubber is tried out, and about three
barrels of oil is obtained from each
oidinary sized fish, The oil is
somewhat superior in quality to the
common whale oil, mid is used on
tho islands by tho natives for
I various purposes. Other fish abound
si business of it. ' SsIRafy! Illlvvl BHkbI 0 w u PBuhB l) K U I
BACKUS AND OLAISDELL TALK.
A double-limbered house, measur
ing 8s8 feet and containing six
btuik-t and a closet, has been built
on the deck of the barkentinc Mary
AVinkclninn, between thu gallery and
cabin, til the cost of SIGo. When
'Captain Uackus was asked why lie
had the house built, he said Hint the
cook and cabin boy had bunks in
the cabin and he (the captain),
being afraid of boarding house bed
bugs", had the house built for those
two helps. While talking of bed
bug9,Mr. Dlaisdell, who was present,
suggested the use of pain-killer,
saying it was sure death to every
bug that touched it. Tho talk
finally drifted to copper and copper
paint. Captain Uackus said that
formerly his vessel, after eight
months' traveling, would be full of
barnacles and coral at the bottom,
but now after 18 months' service the
vessel is clean. The secret, ho said, t
is in painting the copper with copper
paint. It keeps off 'the insects and
preserves the sheet copper.
F0BT STREET CHURCH.
LAST nVT.XIXll'S MIXTINU.
The monthly concert, in the lec
ture room of' Fort Street Church,
last evening was well attended.
Mrs. J. M. AVhitney gave an ac
count of the operations of the
Women's Christian Temperance
Union in the United States and
other parts of the world. The re
cent Minneapolis convention was
attended by -100 delegates.. The
sessions were held in the opera
house, and were attended by some
2,500 persons. The society is thor
oughly organized, and its influence
is beginning to be felt throughout
the length and breadth . of the
Union. Social purity and Sunday
observance have also been adopted
as planks in the W". C. T. U. plat
form. An able paper on the history of
Japanese missions was read by iSIr.
T. S. Southwick.
Mrs. S. N. Castle gave some ac
count of mission work and prospects
Several applications for certifi
cates of membership were read and
The minutes of meetings of the
congregation and deacons, held at
different times, from April last to.
date, were read by Mr. W. vi.
A recommendation of the Stand
ing Committee that a private meet
ing of the members of the congrega
tion be held at an early day, for
purposes stated, was adopted, and
Tuesday next appointed as the day
of holding such meeting.
Tiiuusuay, Deo. 9th.
Opium in possession. Ah Sang
S.'il.'lO and hard labor one month.
Ah Fo, 51 and hard labor ten days,
Mr. Ashford for Ah Sang and Mr.
Peterson forh Fo.
Assault aim battery A. K.
Act. nuiakca, remanded "to the 14th.
Violating, Sect. 14, School
Nawahi, nol. pros, entered.
ETS ol Jubilee Pliotocrqilis, em
ihn foiiviiies, cn lie obniinoJ at Wil.
iiums Plio'.(i(.ra)l iu Gallery. Ml
SMOKE McC.utliy's "Triplet"
TELEPHONE for Ice Cream!
JL Mutual Co. :t38; Bell Co. 182. 85
CANDIES! ImiorlLiI, tine and
b eel, you'll Ibid at the Ki.itk. 83
CHRISTMAS mid New Yunr Curds,
all new and of the vety lutcoi le
signe, having. beim carefully M'lioud by
out Mr. T. .1. Kinc who lias ju-l re
mined frmn the Cis'. Cidl early at
King lilt s.' Art Store. SO
DID ym ever? No, I never tnsled
leiier IcoCieam llianal iIicKlitkI
Theli Ice Cri'iiin is ltnlly delicious, and
m eli a nice ciiy plneo iliey have! 8'
CAKES! Fancy, plain and ornn
) iiu nlid of every tk'bcripti"!! always
on hand lit thu Elite, on Hotel Si. iir
Dn. Flint's 'JIkaiit Hi:meiy in a
Specific for all forms of Heart DiH
enso and uUo for l)ihcanen of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle, Deiibon Smith &
Co., Agents. 3W
1'atiio.nizi: Home InduMry by buy
ing cigars of J. V. Ilingley, Cigar
.Manufacturer, nt the Cryttal Soda
Woi Uh, whero he is prepared to 1111 all
orders nt the lowott possimo whole
sale prices. Island Aiders solicited
and nroniiitly iillcd. Tho nttontion
of dealers is lespeetfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell theso cigars. Do not forget tho
naino J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel btreet.
Hiir rccciM'ri from t-'an l-VnncUco, per
MnilpoMiuid ot'nr luleniiival.taclioicu
ecU'ctlon of American and Ihtvaim Clgim
among which are
Widgo, CheruDB, Triplets, Cheroots,
OperaB, Duetts, Red Cross and
the l'lor do Cuba.
Full 1H-OMH, Fct, Wwect Corporal uml
other IlrauilH of CigtiruttcM.
Dnn'l fajlt) try his celebrated lilt til
IHitU'M. Tlit'V are belter thnu ever,
ior vorvr 'street,
18 Opposite Willhmib' Qallery. 2w
"We have received during the hist few weeks ninty-three
eases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. It hits 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, iinest and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND ART GOOES
Ever shown in Honolulu. These goods were bought for
cash, ho 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, Oil Paintings, Allotypes,
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 importains contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
Plush 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 Streets.
Cake, Pastry &
And Only Practical Ornamente'r in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those avIio intend to make 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 Christinas Trees. An im
mense assortment of Fancy BASKETS, BOXES and
COKXUCOPIAS, "Wax Tapers and self-supporting Hold
ers, Bonbons in large variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and si,es, ornamented in HOBT'S we'll
known style which deiies 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. IIOltST will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
STEJIIVI MADE ICK GEEMI.
At SIMM) for one, and 85.00 for two Gallons. Made from Itieh Kgp;
Custard, .It is made from Woodlawn Dairy (Jreain; iuarantei'd to bo
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to bo tho Richest,
Purest-und Cheapest lee Cream iu Honolulu.
Not a specialty exactly, but aro made now us boforo of superior quality
and richness of ilavor and OKNAMHNTHD LV AN AUTISTIC STYLE
which fully sustains a twcnty-tliKeo years' reputation, not yet excelled iu
Factory, Store and Ice Cream
Between Tort & Nuuanu.
NNOUNGEMENT! ICIWrLC if rHdMUN i I
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
- Both Telephones Np, 74,
'Trunis" nr riGiiinu 1 1
1 am instructed by S. Cohn it
Clotiiingj Gems' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Ory Goods, Fancy Goods, ladies'
Underwear, etc, etc.
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. C3 & 65 Tort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Eort &
.1UST KKOKIVKD, THE
IlA'lS, CAPS, F.T0, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in JfeclcAvare.
Also, by ii-pentL'd and ieriul rumest, a miuiII uioiee of the fiuot liauil-mado,
Ohtnimible iu tliu
Now have on
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK 0 3P X!,XJIfeTS'IrJ?rJlDE2
In nil lines. Latent Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. IIOHN, Practical Confectioner,
l'aslry Cook ami linker.
71 Hotel St. -IsiSUii' Tuluihoim74
WEMER & CO.
no. t)3 xoiit ttT:u:i2:ii:,x
Coiifctuully on bund a large asMirtiiiuiil
of every di-Ncrlptloiiof Jewelry, 'Wati'lies,
Gobi uud Silver l'liited Wine, Ae.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Teed Store,
li7iui(l Oil Hoirl -tniM,
Fresh Oioceriomind Provisions received
by every Sleanier.
P. O. llov 1110, Hull Telejilioiu. No. .
:ill Mutual Teh tiliomi No. !(,
The White House,
To, UH TN'ummu Hli't'iil,
Honolulu, II. I.
Pri villi" Family Iloielj Term Itemnn.
utile; First. clnss Arrotniiiodniloiii.
M. W.BANnKHS, Proprietor.
Co. to sell at. their store
Even'g, at 1,
J. LYOjSTS, Auctioneer,
FINEST LINKS OF
baud a lame
Will be open every iitteinoon and cen.
iiiij u follow:
Monday, TurmtHy, Wriliii'Hdny uua
Hatui'iluy Kv nines
To tlio public In general.
For Inillea nun ci-ntlciiien.
Nat uriliij Ariel iiooiih,
l'or.ludiet, jwu.i.ii.i.u i.ml'cldldrtu.
I.ehPoiiK iu Fancy Skating.
Frldny uml ."Miiunhiy Keniiifis.
Wll.l.IAM WALL, Mnnnfior.
THOSE fYKHY DES1HA.
fM3H liln iirmiilcrc "Vi. Il Vn,.,..i.
.v3 Avenue Dwelling conmlns
8 rooms; ulry ImfeiiH'iit mulcr nil; kltck
en, piiUr.i, biitiinoin and berviinl's room
atluuliid, tuiriiige linu(.u, t-tuble, fowl
house; all couviiiluitly iirnuiRi'd; quiet
healthful lieitlun; iieni croundu, 'fruit
ireiv. Ten tnlnuteV widh from Post
Olllee. Emiulrc ad'oiiiii'!: nnmtBCs of
73 tf J. II. WOOD.
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