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111: Oeylnu. Calhoun, 20 diiy from Sim
Pchr Alol Wulitno from Hawaii
Stun- Wnliileali- for l.iilinltit mill lliiinti-
kim ut a 11 111
Selir Ihuinn fur ICaunl
Sk-ln- Argo for Llumuolilt Dnj
Uktiif. Geo 0 l'orkliis for bun Fnuiclsco
lik V II Watuu for Astoria. Or
'I'lio M'liomicr Aigo w 111 piobnuly nU
to-uinmiw lor lluiuliuHll liny.
Tin- bKtuvs F.ureka and Dljeovery :iie
supposed lo lie ilui! from San rrani-ieo.
Ilk Fureit (Jiiei'ii. Winding
Her balk I'm-lllc. Ultiuiin
llrlt lik W II Waf-oii, Liiwietiui-
JSktno Kllklliit, Cutler
Jtl.tiii! 0 U l'orkliis, AcU-niinii
llktnulnry Wlnkulnmn. l!aeli-r-
Ilk.l 11 Jloiii,.l liriiun
I law Milir General Si-lnel, fioiiiFieneh
Frlmito Shoal, due Nov Sll-'.IO.
llcrbark Hydra, from llonkonj,', due
Ormmi baik lloteiilcs, Selmefer,
sailed from Liverpool, October Mh, due
Fi-liniary '-20 28.
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovi-11,
lroi'11 Fanning' Island, dm- Dei-ciiibpr
Hiiwehomioi-Mnlolii. J It Holland,
from Maniliikl, via Fanning' Miuul,
due December 1.1 It I .
Anu-rieau bark Saranae. from New
Yoilc. p.iiledJuly Kltli, duoliuieXov. 18
".0, to Cattle oi Cooke.
Am bk Msutha Davis. V M Benson,
hailed from Itoston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Uiowi-r & Co.
Urit bark Glungaber, Itolk-Mon, fiom
Liverpool, due beie. Jan lfi-:il, to
Davie-, & Co.
ISrit bark Mnrtlui, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 1), due lere Jan 15-80,
10 Seliaefer a Co.
Urlt bark Lady Lampoii, Mar-ton,
from tbe Colonics, due here in Feb, lo
JJrewer & Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
l'oit Itlnkuly. due heie Dee loth, to
Castle it Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Youno People's meeting this even
ing, at the Lyceum.
Anothkk Love match will pioha
bly'bo consummated on January 112,
at tbe Anglican Chinch.
A li.vi.i. will be given at the Talaco
on Xew Year's Eve, in celebration of
Queen Kapiolani's biithday.
Ir is said that tbe Foliee force,
now that the Jubilee is over, will be
lelieved of their helmet hats.
At 7 o'clock to-moiiow evening an
auction, tale will bo held at the
Temple of Fashion. Mr. Lyons will
act as auctioneer.
Tin: regular meeting of the Myrtle
Hoat Club, which was to have been
held this evening, is postponed until
F'riday evening next.
Majok llayley and Mr. K. K. Miles,
W'ith otbcis, went oveiland on hon-c-back,
ycMoul.iy to join tbe Wainnue
paitythat went by thet-teamer Wai
iiu'inalo. The l'acilie llaulwaie Co. limited,
keep pace with this age. Their pies
ent stock of silver plated ware and
other now gondb aie woitby of in
spection and purchase.
Lon Moiris and J. V. McCleery
will play the first half of a match
L'liino of billiards to-night, at the
Hawaiian Hotel. It is the 8-inch
balk lino game, nay negin-s in o
To-Moiiuow at noon Mi-ssis. E, V.
Adams & Co., will sell at tlio Facilic
Navigation Co.'s warehouse, a long
list of blind ries more or less damaged
by water and fno on the night of tlio
Mil. McDonald, of the Woodlawn
Dairy, and Mr. Wm. Holt, with their
rebpective teams, had a $20 brush on
King street, the other day. Mr. Win.
Aldrich, who. was. judge, pronounced
Jho race a '.Mand oil'."
His Majesty has been pleased to
confer upon Their Excellencies Paul
P. Kanoa, Minister of Finance, and
L. Aholoj Minister of the Interior,
tlio insignia and older of Grand
Ollicer of the Uoyal Older 'of tlio
Crown of Hawaii.
Tun opening siilo of the Clnist
HiiiH Senton will he helil to-nionow
night by Mr. Li-win .1. Levey- ut his
MileM-ooni. .Mr. Levey, with his well
known gallunliy, Iium iniulo ipcciiil
niTiingenieiito for the eonvenieneo of
Mil. Lewis J. Levey hsis been
fuvoieil with iubtruetioiiii to tell by
pubjic dilution- thu inerrhtindUu
f-iilvcd fiom the lecent I'ue. The Kilo
takes plaeo nt lire 1'iioilic Navigation
Company's waiehoiitii and at noon
A "Hv Autlioiity" notii-o in tho
Advertii-er, teth foith that SiUuiday
December 25lh (ChiUtinns Day) and
Saturday, Januiiry 1, 1887 (Now
yvar's Dav), wil be observed as
National, llolidays, and al povem
Jnent olliees thioughout tlio'Kiiigilopi
wilj'bo clored on tioto days.
At tho drill of tho Honolulu Hiflcs,
!ai4 evening, tlueo new iiieinbpis
wi-io elei'teil, Tlio daiu-lug eoin-iiiuteeMt-fcfci
p. Giuin.rngcr, Hit-hop,
Winter and Chas. Wildei weio to
have lepoiled, but did not on account
of tho iiro. It is mid however that tho
llilles will givo n dinco nt t)iejr
Hiinoiy on Wiuhington's bhthdiy.
Tile JlawMInn MImImi PWMron'
feonli-ty will niei-t nt Oi.hu (.clu-H to
morrow ovi-ning, Sntimliiy, nt 7 :80
Thk other night mini; jwreons
entered Dr. Whitney' premium,
I'uimhnti, niul having plnrcil it In 10
qiuuitilv tf fwil liffoii- tin' iiw, lii
gnu to inlllt lii-r. Vt. Whiln ln-nid
the milling of tlie milk in tin- pull,
lint gave 110 heed. In l In' morning
the row whb rick and diy. The
animal wn nver-fi-il itli iry food,
nnil is f till nek in 1 uiM-iHtw
Mr. l-'rnnk Conlu-, who uuttnlly
ennios the keys of the I'ni-Hk- Navi
gation Co.'s buiUUny with him, iu
ndvertuntly loft thein nt home-, liiut
evenino;. 3Ir. 'IVrrill. bookkeeper
for the P. X. Co., who also has
keys to the building, inn to the fire,
leaving llieai behind, and tin- sail
maker, who generally hung the key
of the loft in tlio ollko, eveiy after
noon, when business was over, car
ried it homo yesterday evening.
F111r.Ni) Xollo was on hand lust
night up to a Into hour. Al an i-nily
hour of tlu- evening, hi- pioi'i-i-dod to
the bnll of the Knights Templar and
was theie iiislulli-d as Kxi-ellentCuin-niander.
After the ceiemony was
conuluded, he u-p.iiied to his place
of busiiu'ts the Heaver Saloon, and
there furnishod eoll'ee, leu, etc., for
(ho tired and exhausted who bad
witnessed and woiked al the Hi e, and
lemained on hand till midnight.
llun-Xollc attends strictly to btis-i-ness
and is always leady take 111 10
Ciiristmas is coining. Three weeks
from to-morrow is the day'&ct aside
for the cclebiation of the anniver
sary of the celebration of Chris
tianity. Jt is also a season of fes
tivity, and the tradesmen of this
town are displaying an unpieec
deuted amount of enterprise in pro
viding and catering for the public
taste by importing and manufactur
ing everything that could be desired,
A iuti'ai.ion diill will take place
this evening commencing nt half-past
7 o'clock, under command of Quai ter-innstor-Geneinl
Xowlein as Colonel.
Captain V. V. Ashfoul wilt act as
Adjutant. His Majesty will act as
Itoview Ollicer. The Captains of all
the volunteer military companies will
in turn, act as adjutants at battalion
drills for the future.
At a regular meeting of Honolulu
Conimandery Ko. 1 Knights Tem
plar, held last evening, the follow
ing ofliccrs were elected for Hie
Sir Knight II. .1. Xiiltc, E. C.
' ' C. YWA'-hiord. Generalissimo
' ' W. 15. Dnvey. Capt. General.
' " E, V. Tucker, 1'ielate.
" - i;. D. Tenne.v, S. W.
' .11. If. William-,, J. AW
" ' K. KiMler. lleeouk'i-.
' J. S. Walker, TieaMirer.
" J. D. Tucker, Waider.
' ' .la Dodd, hundaul Bearer.
" ' J. F. Howler, Swoul Uoaier.
The installation will lake place
next Saturday evening.
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
The conceit given by the band,
assisted by Mr. C. Miehiels, last
evening, at Emma square, was one
of tlio best ever given by them. The
programme was selected with rare
taste, compiising classifid music
and well known native airs. The
grounds were lllled with enthusiastic
listeners, amongst whom wcie the
American, Hritish, lYcnc)i and Por
tuguese Ministers, accompanied by
their ladies. The special attraction
was the solo playing of Mr. C.
j Midiiels on the cornet
limself in an old fayonto "Laiba-
rian," whilst his rendering of "Liliu
okalani" (his own composition)
elecited an encore. The new fanta
sia, "Hawaii Ponoi," was a rare
musical treat and the public hope to
have it icpeated ere long. This brief
notice would be incomplete, without
mentioning the "Reminiscences of
Vcidi." It comprised airs from
It Trovotore, Traviata, Mnritana,
and oilier old, but favorite operas,
and reminded the old of their
younger days. "E Ola ka Jloi"
was lendcre'd by tlio "boys" witli a
brilliant effect. An encore followed.
Mr. Herger led In his accustomed
manner and may feel proud at his
success. The weather was perfec
tion itself. The flic-bell joined, in
the last chorus and broke up a happy
A very Micocsbful sooinblo was
held last evening in the lecture room
and pallors- of Foil Street Cliuruh.
The musical and literary programme
was fahort but higly cntci tabling and
well appieeiated. Tlie iniinbers
were: a piano duet by Mr. Drown
and Miss D, I'avkc; rcailing by
Miss Hall and Mr. Justice Mi-Uully ;
a duet, piano anil Unto, by Mr.
Morse and Miss Dickson; n solo by
Mrs. Ilanforil, with piano accom
paniment by IMiss Dickson and
violin bv Professor Yamdley. Alter
this followed u liberal dhliihution
of coffee and cake, in tiu disposal p
wlpch and In soejal fellowship, thu I
company nassed n very agrecabje I
additioiinl half( hour. Tlieie wa.s I
laigp nttentliuiV-o of members tunl i
adherents of Hie congregation, to.
gather with several yucstB from tho
Dethel Union, Among tho llornl
decorations was a thin hunch of
cniueliaB, from Mr-,. S. C. Allen.
The raiity and exquisite beauty of
theso llowers bcciiri'd loj- tliom a
largo sharp of ntlention, and were
DIVERSITY OF OKKI0N
A inot Important branch of hu
man affairs, In which i-veij body is
interested, and in which then- Is pro
baby more preludice displayed than
anything oKc h Hie "election nf a
iiii'dk-al udvlm-r. Honolulu piusent
a loii lil of uicdlciil gentleini-n
from wlili-h to ninlce n selection,
l'lejudlco i Miown on all sides,
more pnrllctilnrly by those who have
occasion lo icqiiiru the 'ervices nf a
doctor. The ladies have their es
pecial favorites, and would not for
Hie world be treated by Doctor So &
So. In their opinion, "lie (.the doc
tor refened to) is only lit for men,
he known nothing about women, he
neer handled a baby," and so on.
There are about twenty il. D's. in
this city, amongst whom are some
eminent physicians. They appar
ently have all the work they can do
so that piejudiee in this respect
can be satisfied by the most squeam
ish. A family doctor is an indis
pensable member of the community
and to select from, the city has the
American, Knglish, Geimnii, Japan
ese and ( liinese Medicos. Judging
f 10111 what can be seen of doctors
rushing to and fro during Hie day,
it is natural lo infer they are all
fully engaged. Sonic of tliein aie
really overworked, whilst others find
time' to play billiards, orjiave a
friendly chat for a lengthened
period every day. It does not fol
low thai because Honolulu posses
ses so many gentlemen of the medi
cal profession, there is a large pro
portion of sickness, but it arises
1 roni the fact, that the people- of
Honolulu and suburbs, send for a
doctor on the .slightest pretext.
Mr. S. M. Damon's horse, while
standing in Mr. Damon's yaid,
hitched to the buggy, this afternoon,
became f lightened and bolted. He
left the body of the buggy in trout
of the yard, and with pieces of the
shafts tan down Fort street to Mer
chant. He fell on the sidewalk in
lront of Goldberg's, but regaining
his feet, ran as far as Luce's, where
ho was caught. There was no one
in the buggy and no one hint.
Mr. Eldiieh's horse became fright
ened at some boxes, on Mr. Eld
rich's premises, this forenoon, and
after running about the yard,
striking the brake to which he was
hitched against the trees, made for
the toad. He left the biake behind,
and having run a few blocks he
stopped, and waited until Mr. Eld
rich came and caught him.
QETS of J-ibilce l'hotni-rtpliF, em
O briicing all thu 1101 able i-ccnis of
the festivities, cim In- obtained a Wil.
Mains PhotoraplJc Gallery. ! (5
MCCARTHY Hub Kime"La Xovodad."
TELEPHONE for be Cienm!
X MiiUitilCo.aaS; Hell Co. 182. S
CANDIES! Imi.ortiMl, line and
sweet, vou'll fl id at t lie Ki.iti:. S3
CHRISTMAS and Xew Year C.irds,
all new and of thu veiy latesl de
signs, li.iving been ran-fully s-heird by
0111 Mr. T. J. Kins, who has ju-l re
luineil from die C.n s1. Call eanv at
King ltriM.' Art Stoic. PO
DID you evrrV No, I never tasted
I utter lee Cream limn at thu Li.uk !
Tlieii Ice Cream iX really delicious, and
si ch n. nice co.y pbice tlicy have! 05
CAKES! Fancy, plain and orna
imnial of evi-iy description always
on hand ut tin- I'liti:, on Hntel St, 8
Dii. Flint's Hkaht Ukmiuiy is a
Specific for all forms of Heait Dis-'
ease and al.-o for DUt-ascs of Kidneys
and Circulation. Det-ciiptive. book
with eveiy bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Agents. Sfil
Tatiionizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. llinglcy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tln Cijtal Fodu
Workn, wheie he ih iropiired to fill all
oidei at the loweot jios-sible whole
Kilo pi ice. Island ordeitj colieited
and piomptly tilled. The attention
of dealei.y is lespeetfully invited to
tlio fact "no liceiibo is reiiuiied" to
sell thi-M) nlgais. Do npt forget tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor tlio place
Crj-htaVSortu Works, Hotel street.
Has ncciu'd fiom iriin l-'rnnolsco, pr
Miiripo.-i:i mid otlii-l1 lulu ni i i vuls ii cluilcu
Bo'cctiuii ol American ami llavium Clgms
among whleli an:
Wedgo, Choiubs,Tiiplet., Cheroots,
Of oras, Duotts, Bod Cro:o and
the Flor de Cuba.
I'ull lli-eHH, l'litiNivofl Corporiil nml
other lliaiiilH r Cljjui'i-tli-x.
I) ii, 'i full 1 1 try lilBcek'liiaicil IiltI;
JMnli'H. Tliuy inn littler thnn ever.
ior fokt s'l'tiioirr,
t Sj 0 pp.i-li(i WHljiuns' Q iUitv. f Sw
S. M. CARTER,
11ns on hnml for Eftle, In qunnttllcs
to suit ;
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Bawcd and Split.
Itnui, 0 t'i,
Onhra aie liculiy soliplicd and ill
liBili'llveu nt tiny locality within ilns
Uoth Tv-U-pUotiCH, 1B7. li
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT !
"Wu linvu ruccived dui'in"' 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.
Ye carefully selected these goods during our recent trip to
the United States, and we unhesitatingly claim this to be
the largest, linest and best assorted stock of
Ever shown in Honolulu,
cash, fcu t hey can be sold
GALL ARSD BE
The following is a Partial List of our Latesl Importa
Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Artotypes,
Photographs, AY titer Colors, Pastel Crayon Paintings,
Photo Alliums, Glace Photo Panels, Gold Frames,
Plush Prauies, Mirrors, Silverware. Lrass (roods.
Artists' Materials, Parlor Easels, Uouquet 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 hnportains contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which we arc prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KIM BROS.1 ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets. OPEftl EVEIft5Slr!GS.
Pioneer Steam Oandy Fact I
Cake, Pastry k Bread. Bakery.
And Only Practical Ormununtor in tho Kingdoni, respect
fully invites Parents and those avIio intend to make Holiday
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES
To select from his stock; tho 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
CORNUCOPIAS, Wax Tapovs and self-supporting Hold
ers, Bqnbons in largo variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention,
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in ITOlt'X'S well
known style "which defies imitation-.
Of all known Variety on Hand and also !M"ado 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 he convinced.
STEAM MilOE IVK GREAM.
At -Jfl.pft for ono, and 8.'). 00 for two Gallons. Made froin.JJieh Kgg
Custard, It is mado from Woodlawn Dairy Cream ; guarantoed to hu
made without Stareh'or Gelatino, and at-Unowledgod to lie tlie Hichest,
I'urufat and Cheapest lec Cream in Honolulu.
Not a specially exactly, but are made now aa hafnru of htipcrlor quality
and richness of flavor and OHNAMKNTBfJ IX AX AUTISTIC STYLK
which fully btistains a Iwuntj'ithree years1 lcputntion, not yet c.scclli-cl in
Factory, Store and Ico Cream
Between Fort & Nuuanu.
These goods were
for about one half the
b a u
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Streot,
- Both Telephones No. 74.
I am instructed by S
pa w rsih n
rvi ?e i., n i k
a ss bwh rr a kj
K ml' rt V. Vi H . 1 M
Li fees E U 3i
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
Shoes, Dry Goods,
erwear, etc, etc,
DO NOT LOSE
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. G3 & 65 Fort Stroet, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
.iust iu:oi:ivd, the vini'-st likes op
Gmtoi-ulli doing, Goats' FuniisMiii Goofls,
HA'IS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
. 9 Latest Styles anil Novelties in Neelrwsive.'
liy ii-puiiti.il iiinl t-iict-inl iTqucsi,
Oliliunablc in tliu
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's bizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
In all lines.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
V. 1IOKN, I'riiiiticiil Confectionur,
I'nstiy Cook ami Hukcr.
71 Hotel Hi. Isft'jsr Ti'k-iloau7t
WENNER & CO.
3Itiuu(u'turt!i: J! clU-iH,
Coii.stiintl) on liiuiil ii large iiUMirtnit'iit
of uvery (liHcvlptiiaiof .Iiiwiliy, 'N'iUi.lius,
Qoltl anil Silver Pliited Wine, Ac.
Wolfe 6c Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
i7.iiuiI (i'J Until ftn-i-i,
Fri-sh Omcorles and Provisions iccclveil
hy i-very Htcaiuur.
1 (). llov lao, Dull Tuleplioni- No.
:illl Mutual Ti-li)lioiie No. I'.H.
The White House,
rs'o. UH 'tlIIllUI Htl'i-ot,
IUnoliiln, II, I,
Private Family Iloit-1; TtTiim ItcnHon.
alilc; l'lrclcliiK Arconiiiioiliitiniir,
M. W.SANDKPS, Proprietor.
Co, to sell at their store
Fancy Goods, Ladies'
7. L YORK'S. Auctioneer.
YOUR CHANCE I
nuice of iliu Iiu"ft liiiinl-iiiiido,
liaiul a large
rvm y h i
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Latebt Styles Xiuns CardB.
Will bo ojiuii i-veiy (ilicrnoon mid i-cn.
Ing tw fullowb;.
Slouilay, Tiit-Kitnj, Wcilm-mlny anil
To the puMlii in general.
For pi- lr-
Nuturtlu , Alli'i iiourtH,
For Indict, kcuueim-n niuij.-lilldr(u.
l.t-t-toiiK in Fancy SUatinj;.
Fililny and SiUimliiy Keiiiii;o.
Wll.l IAI W,M Jlnnngor.
jjMfSJL TllOriK HYEHY UKSIHA.
fiSw-5 h'o prt-mlKh No 'MNmi-mu
giriMi Avenue Dwelling; contutns
8 roonif; uiiy liucniuii uiuicrall; l;teh
en, piiurv, lii't'irioru ami buivnm'b romu
atlm-liul, ciurlnei- li.iuse, t-tnble, f-iwl
li'iiuiej nil conveniently .-uuuikmI; itiiet
hi'iiltlif'il UcMion; nent erouinJB, fmlt
ta-i. Ton nilnuie' wall; Irom Post
OtlU-i'. Kuquiro nJluiiiint; nremUes oX.
72 tf J. U, WOOD.
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