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"Jw g.n-Uij g iLUtin,
WEDNESDAY, DKC. 16, 1880.
T , ARHIVALS.
Sclir Luliil from Kolioliilulo
Schr Katilkeaouli fiom K hula
Sclir llaleak.da from l'cpeckoo
Sr-lir Canute, from Puna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Rktnt (,uo P lVrkliw for .Sail Frauetsoo
Sclir Ivniiiki'iimill for ICnlinlu
Sclir HnlcaLil.i for Pepeid.eo
Stinr hvulniil 1.048 sugar, 02 nun. 120
eolfee. 221 liliU's. 2(1 cattle, nml 131
From Hnwnli and Maul, per stinr
hvalaui, Deell W II C'ornwell and 2
children, .U A (5oniilc, I) X llieett
wcll, MI-sA Methane, W .1 Maxwell.
A 11 Uuhcuck, .Mann. 2 Chinese mid 72
vessels in port.
Hk Fotost (Jtieen, Wlmlluj;
Gerbaik I'.icille. Oilman
111 it bl; W II Watson, l.nwtonee
Mktiio Kllkltat, Culler
llkliu; 0i (3 lVikilH, Ai'ki'rnian
UktiK' Marv Winkohnaii, Hackers
lik.l II liowers, .1 II Plum
Haw wlir General tjciirul, froinl'irndi
Fritinte, Shoals due Nov SlKln.
Oer bark JI,drn. from Hongkong, due
Gorman liaik Ilctculc, Schaefer,
sailed from l.hoipool, October Dili, due
February 20 28.
Haw bmk Star of Devon. A Lovell,
from Fannlny's Island, due December
- Haw 'dimmer Mnlolo, .1 1$ Holland,
from Mmillilki, via Fannlnjj'sN Inland,
due December lo-ill.
Amerleau bark Sarauae. from New
York, Milledifuly Tilth, due here Xov. 18
:10, to Castle & Cooke.
Am lik Martha Davl, V M Jtciison,
bulled from Hostou August "lb. duo
December 1-21). to Urowcr Ok Co.
Urll bark Glunjjabcr, Jtolleston, from
Liverpool, due heie, .Ian lfi-lll, to
Davies & Co.
'Jlrit bark Marllia, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept !), due lore Jan lii-30,
to Seliacfer A; Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampion, Mnrton,
from the Colonies, due bere in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am uktneS'N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due bere Deo loth, to
Castle & Cooke.
In tbis city, December 1 lib. Georg
Heinrieb Cni'iteiio, Assistant Purveyor
at tbe Queen's Hospital, aged 21 yeais.
LOGAL & GENERAL HEWS.
TnitKi: i .m. ! and no .steamer in
sight yet. Shu may be expected later
in the day.
Tin: Gleaners' Pink Festival, Fii
day evening, promises to he a highly
Ax English gentleman lately ai
rivcil from Now Zealand, and now
residing in town .speakh the Tahitian
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
the association will ho held in the V.
M. C. A. pailors, to-moriow evening
at half-past 7 o'clock.
Tin: steamer W. G. Hall sails on
Friday morning, at 10 o'clock, on her
usual loute, and the Iwalani on Tues
day afternoon fpr Ivauai.
Mn. Lewis J. Levey's bocond Chii-t-iniiH
sale will hu held to-morrow even
ing. Watches, jewelry, and silks aie
included with the nunieious ai tides
to be ofl'eied.
Mi:ssns. G. W. Jlacfarl.uio A Co.
have a laigo asrortmunl of Christinas
cauls on hand. They are said to be
the best quality in the market.
Tin: Christmas goods to ho sold by
Messrs. K. P. Adams & Co., at the
salesrooms of Messrs. Tlico. Davies
& Co., on Friday next, will ho open
for inspection all day to-morrow.
ANOTiir.it runaway to bo added to
the- long list of 1S80. A eaniago
horse, minus carriage, passed along
Queen street easlwaid at a 1.4.. "5 rate
this uftei noon. No damage as far as
Tin; olectiio light machinery used
for lighting tho Palace and suriound
ings, dining the Juhileo senton, has
been puiclnuod by tho King, to bo
continued in use for the same pui
poso as hitheilo.
Tin: usual services at the Churches
this evening. At Foil Street Chinch,
tho subject will bo, "Tho parable of
thp Talents." At (ho Lyceum, tho
meeting will ho devoted to "Prayer
"Sim anything of Chun Hook
about heie," asked a newspaper
street rambler last night, at tho door
of an establishment on Moiclmnl
street. "Fifteen miles off Coco
Head," was tho answer.
;MO.N(i an olahoiato display of
pictured at King Hms's ail store,
hangs a painting of a cluster of wild
'ducks, mtislieiilly depicted by Mies
Nolle, of San Finncisco, a young
lady known by many poisons lime.
A i.aiiui: hog got loose on Nuuanu
street, near Queen, yesleiday aftui-
noon, and ran into the "JMuu-bouso
H'Staurant. Tho huge piece of poik
got behind tho counter, drove tho
bar-tender oul, hioko several dozen
eggs and upset number of tables
laden with dishes, befoio lie was
eaptuicd, Damages about $25,
Ml!. Lauieuco Dee's dog "fjoutlu
iiliiii Jack" was lost on llio last trip
of tho stt'iimer Iwalani, The sea was
rough at tho time and Iho vessel was
rolling considerably, when "Gentle
man .lack" wont overboard. It was
a sail futo for such iv good dog, and
tho J)ui.i.i:riN pout iH disposed to
writonn elegy on his dupurtme,
ttintacff tTi-fl ..;a )t ,iiiip. ir -rrMstestuKnywmntitmafTrm TuramrrnrOTTwmTripJFnBTin-'
The Gorman bark Pacific, chattered
to take guano, copra, and wool to
Gcimany, for Ihe Pacific Navigation
Co., is taking in san.d ballast, The
Pacific Navigation Co. have decided
not lo wail foi the bark Slar of
lX'on, now ovciduc fiom the South
tM'ii Islands, with guano, hut to send
t hu Pacific U) sea its soon as possible.
A DtsTi.vouiSHUD dude- about town,
culling itpnii his iniloi, nnd finding
his pniiN woie unfinished, piomised
the tailoi (hut if the garmctil was
linHied by the morrow, he would he
ever nuleblcd to bini. The Knight
of the Scissors teplied that if that
wii" the ease, the panN would never
be finished, as lime were too hard to
allow of indebtedness. (Finale) Exit
dude to Goldbeig's Clothing Kstab-'li'-hinenl.
In our uclvcrlis'uig columns it will
he noticed Hint Mr. ,1. K, lb own,
ptibllt; iK'counlant. lias located him
self' in temporary olllces adjoining
the Tahiti Leinonadu Depot, Hotel
street. Mr. Diowu occupied for
several years an importnnt jiost, in
connection with a largo le.i export
ing house at Koochow, China. Since
that time, he lias held appointments
us accountant and manager of cotton
plantations at Tahiti and Maiquesas
islands, where at one time as many
a 2,000 laborers weie employed. It
is understood that Mr. H." under
takes the adjustment of tradesmen's
books, to collect routs, accounts, etc.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY.
No. 15 Nt.w Sr.mus.
The third number ot the new
series of our Bi-monthly Summahy,
is now out. It contains 10 columns
of purely local and original master
relating to the Islands, and more
particularly to Honolulu. For a full
and complete u'cord ot political,
commercial and general news it is
To residents on the other Islands
it is a valuable paper, and also a
desirable journal to send to one's
friends abroad. The outgoing mail
is due here on the 17th instant from
Australia, and will leave for San
Francisco the same day. The Smi
maiiy can be be had at the Daily
Ilui.i.riix olllce and at J. II. Sopor's
News Agency. Price 10 cents per
Dtim or ri:ohg iir.iN'uicu caustkn",
assistant l'UKvr.von Qor.ns's
Last night, Georg Ilcnrick Cars
tons, Assistant Purveyor at the
Queen's Hospital, died at the Insti
tution. The cause of death was
typhoid fever, accelerated by a cold.
Only a few short weeks ago Air.
Carstuns was a healthy young man,
attending to his duties by attending
to the sick within the Hospital
wards, in his capacity as assistant
purveyor. The writer can testify
to his assiduity in his vocation, and
also 'to his gentlemanly conduct.
He was a devout Chiislian, and a
member of the Honian Catholic
Chinch. lie failed rapidly, while
tho hand of death was gradually but
surely laying a. hold on him. lie
was attended regularly and fre
quently by the Bishop of Olba,
as also by Dr. McKibbin, the
hospital physician. lie passed
away quietly and calmly at the age
of i 1 years. The body was removed
to the Roman Catholic Church this
morning, and the preliminaiy fune
ral rites were solemnly performed
by the Bishop of Olba. The body
lay in state before the altar until 2
i. ai., and from thence was removed
to the cemetery and there interred.
The casket was covered with a
handsome black velvet pall, trimmed
with broad silver lace, and on top
of it were placed fern and geranium
leaves, relieved by white, yellow and
The deceased came to these
islands, :( years ago last June. His
father is alive in Germany, and some
of his relatives are in Iowa, U. S. A.
Jicfjitiescat in puce.
AN OUTRAGE AT WAIANAE.
(Jn Saturday last two natives
went to a Chinaman for ihe purpose
of selling him some lisli. The na
tive placed the lish on the China
man's table, and the latter objecting,
ho removed tho fish to the lloor.
The native again placed it on the
table and n quarrel ensued alter the
style of Billingsgate slang. One of
the natives went to the Sheriff for
the purpose of obtaining a warrant
for tho Chinaman's arrest. The
Sheriff went to Iho District Judge,
who, on hearing tho nativo's side of
the story decided it was, not a case
for tho issuance of u warrant. There
was no "haul in." It was in His
Honor's opinion, a civil case. An
other row followed in which tho
Chinaman was roughly handled by
the natives. Tho aggiessors will bo
brought to Honolulu on Saturday
next for fuithcr enquiry lo bo
made. .Mr. L, A. Thurston is en
gaged to conduct the case on beluilf
of the Chinaman.
STOLEN PROPERTY RECOVERED.
This morning, tho 18 chickens re
ported to ImvH hft'ii stolen from Air.
iNolto's premises at Waikiki, were
returned to thu owner. Tho Ihiof
feeling conscience-stiickeii, 'to think
that the crime should have been im
puted to the hen-pecked Chun Hook,
opened his heart, and made a clean
breast ot the ttiet t to our city ros
tauranteur, Mr. Nolle, bringing with
him the stolen poultry, All he, tho
Ihlof, asked for, was a Sampler
Cigar, a glass of ginger ale, and
absolution and remission of his past
sins.. The generous host furnished
the two former, a ml put the thief Oil
the track to obtain the latter. The
fact i, Mis. Nolte took the chickens
from the coop, handed them over lo
Mr. Noltc's cook, and in u different
form they (the chickens) were placed
on tho tables of the Beaver Saloon
for the public benefit.
mina, Knmai, Johnson, Charley, SO
each, and Iveo, 811.
Larceny of shirl studs of the
value of SI2, Ah Ung, remanded to
Opium in possession, Ah Pung,
Jn and hard labor 20 days; Ah
Quong and Ah Mong, remanded to
the 17th; Ycc Lang, remanded to
the 1 lib; Aiu, Sol and hard labor
20 days: Ah Ping Sol. 50 and hard
labor one mouth, and Ah Toy,
So'.. 10 and hard labor one month.
TLT.SIJAY, Dec. 1 Ith.
Opium in possession, Ah (Jung
$oT and hard labor 10 days, and
Yee Sang, So 1. 20 and bard labor
Assault and battery, Paelu $, and
A. K. Kunuiakoa, discharged,
Wilder S. S. Co. vs. Kimo, de
serting contract service. Ordered
Hop Lee & Co. vs. Yung Lung et
al. Assumpsit for $80 to which the
claim entered as $107.,'iU was re
duced. Judgment for plaintiffs.
Attorney's commission S8 and costs
Wi:i).T.siAY, .December loth.
Drunkenness; Nahupu. $G.
Opium unlawfully in possession;
Lee Chin, Ah Ho," Ah I'ngind Ah
Sing ul ion Ascu, remanded to the
17th and Ah Sing, nol. pros.
A safe, portable and convenient
electric railway reading lamp was
shown at a recent meeting of the
British Association. A cubical box
of about four inches, and containing
four cells, weighs six pounds, and
will burn twelve bonis; another
form of battery one-third this width
and half this weight, is not more
cumbrous than a book. The little
lamp is fastened by a lillle hook to
the waistcoat. The one exhibited
had startled many a fellow-passenger
of the exhibitor, and had done
good service for a fortnight.
QETS of Ji.bileu Photographs, cm
O bn.eiiig all the notable seems uf
ihu lestivhius, can be obtained at Wil.
hams Pholngr.ipl ic G.dlciy. i(i
MR. HO FON, ot the "Chinese
KciV'i," will leich Ihe Chinese
language to uny person at vciy reasona
ble lates. Ho will also collect bills and
interpret the Cliinese 1 uigiMgu at moder
ate cliaigs:.. Apply al the i ill'jc of iho
Chinisu News Co.,"Xuuanu St. 0(5 lw
MCCARTHY liassomc"La Novodad."
pHRISTMAS nu"d New Year Cards,
J all new uul of the vciy latest oV
sigiiF, having been caiefully sell c ted by
our Mr. T. J., Kins, who lias just ic.
turned from ihe Const. Cull iarlv at
K'uijj Brih.- Art Store.
Dk. Flint's IIkaiit Pi:mi:i)Y is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with eveiy bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Agents, 331
Patkonizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hinglcy, Cigar
Maiuifaetuior, at the Crystal Soda
Woiks, wbeie ho is ptopared to fill all
oiders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island oiders solicited
and piomptly filled. The attention
of dealers is lospectfully invited to
Iho fact "no license is lequired" (o
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
namo J. W. Hinglcy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel stieet.
Has received from San Franeldco, per
Mailposaaml other lutennivalau uliuicu
selection of American and Iluvana Clgjis
among which uro
Wedge, Cherubs, Tiiplets, Cheroots,
Operas, Duetts, Red Cross and
the Flor de Cuba.
Full IIi'chh, IV t, MiVffl Oui'iiornl mill
otlici' ItrnntlN !' Cli;aretcK.
Diiu'l full t Mry bis celebrated IAttli
Ilutlt'N. Thoy am better than ever,
tor xorcj? s'jL'reiaifix,
OS I Op ..silo Williams' Cillery. 2w
NOW OUT !
lO Cents per Copy.
S2.00 per Annum.
To faohad at J. H. SOPER'S,
tho BULLETIN OFFICE and
from tlio News Carriers.
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT I . TEMPLE
Wo lmvo received during' the last Few weeks mnty-three
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. Jr has taken
some time to unpack and arrange them. We are now pre
pared lo have the public inspect this new stock of Novelties.
Wo carefully selected these goods during our recent trip to
the United Stales, and we unhesitatingly claim this to be
tho largest, iinesl and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND AET GOODS
Ever shown in Honolulu. Those goods were bought for
Cash, so they can be sold for about one half the former
CALL AND BE COEVBftgCED!
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 imporlains contain a Complete Assortment
of all of the latest styles in Oak, Bron.e, Gilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which we are prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KING BROS.' ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets. OPEI EVEBIGS.
Cake, Pastry & Bread Bakery.
And Only Practical Ornamonter in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those who intend to make Holiday
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES
To select from his stock; the largest ever shown in Honor
lulu, consisting of many thousand pounds of both plain and
fancy Confectionery suitable for Christmas Trees. An im
mense assortment ' of Fancy BASKETS, I JOKES and
COBNTTCOPIAS, 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 JTOWN'S well
known style 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 Price9- to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
STEAM 3WADE ECSS3 CE23A3ffl.
At S.'I.OO for otio, and $.1.00 for two Gallons. Mntlo from Hioh Kgg
Custard, It is inatlct from Wooillawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to bu
made without .Starch or Uelatino, and acknowledged to be tho Iliohest,
l'urest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Not a Kiiuoinlly exactly, but arc made now as before of superior quality
and richness of llavor and OKNAMKNTHl) IX AX AUTISTIC STVLK
which fully sustains a twenty-tlireo years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factory, Store and Ico Cream
Between Fort & Nuuanu.
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Stroot,
Both Telenhones NoS 74.
fcyc-j,i,l.,',Y.,.tfES3;cg3artv. ',tifiiiiii' ,i,ii .y .i,'.'j';'. .1 .'ijyjrffijrjiftjjgm
I am instructed by S. Colin &
Cloihingj Gems' Furnishing Goods, Boots
end Shoess Dry Goodss Fancy Goods, Ladies'
Underwear, eic, eic,
DO NOT LOSE
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street. -
Corner of Fort 6c Merchant Streets,
JUST KKCEIVEB, THE F1NKST LINKS OV
Custd-iMB Clotliii, Gents' Mils Goois,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
liiitest Styles and ISovelties in Keckvare.
Also, by repeated and special request, a miall imoice of the lincst linnil-martc,
Obtainable in the
Kow have on
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's .-tees
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OZ lUIR.reX'X'TTIfcJE
In all lines. Latest Styles Xmus Cnrds.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAI GANDI FACTORY
1''. IIOUX, I'liictical Confectioner,
l'Hhtiy Coolv and li.ikcr.
71 Hotel. Si. 'IGT Telephone 71
1 aim fact ii i'i nc Jowcllrrw,
no. a xfoita'1 B'xux i3J3'x
Coiibltiutly on liiiml a large as.-ortmcul
of every iluhcrlpllonof Jewelry, Watches,
Gold ami biher I'litteil Ware, !ce.
WoSfe 8l Company,
Giocory and Feed Gtoro,
lli.inrt 0'J Hotel tlnet,
Krcab Grocciiosand l'rovihlotiB received
by eveiy Steamer.
1'. O. Uox ISO, Hell Telephone Xo.
SID Mutual Telephone No. 11) I.
The White House,
IVi. 3 IS Xiuiimu Jj't)l,
II jimhilii, II. I,
Private 1'amlly Uotul; Teiui3 Itoiboii.
jiblo; Klrht-ehib Accoaiiiiodatioan,
M. Y. SAN'd'eHS. Proprietor.
Co. to sell at their store
J. LYOiSTS, Auctioneer.
YOUR CHANCE !
& CO., '
- - Opposite Irwin & Co's
hand a large
Will bo open eveiy altcrni cn;aud even
hiR ah follows;!
arumluy, Tiu-Hiliiy, VtiliicMlay nml
To the public in gcuum).
For ladies and gentlemen t
For ladies, gentlenitu iinil'elilldrcii.
I.essoiib in Fancy Hljuting.
Friday and atuiday E en Inge.
jrySOttA Til OS K JVKHY Dl'SIltA.
fiftnVWj'.S hie pieinifCH Nn 103 Xuimnu
ti9rs.- Avmuii Duelling contiilm
J roonin; any kt.-wiiwit under nil; Ulleh
e.i, pantry, biitliieoin and iervant'i roem
itlnched, tuiiingu liotife, Huhle, fowl
li'in.n; ad coiYu!iIcntly arranged; quiet
lit-altlu'iil l(e4lion; neat ground.', Irult
into. Tn laluulug' walls front I'ost
Olllce. Uuqulie adjoining pnmibcs of
Ti tf J. II. WOOD.
fe, v 3 Ed itn Jim.
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