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THUKSDAY, DEC. 10. 188G.
S S Australia from San Francisco
Bktue Geo C IVrklnt for Sau Francisco
Sclir lfnulkeaoull for Kohnln
Sclir llaleaknla for Pepeckeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StmrW G Hall for Lnhain.i Mnnhten,
Koua anil Kan at 10 a in.
Fr mi San Francisco, per S S Antra
11a. Deo 10 .Tno A lloblnsmi anil wife,
II J Agncw. wife mid child, Ituv T L
Gullck ami wife. Paul Hanill, .1 A Hop
per ami wife, Miss M I; Hopper, MWs
Jillcn Hopper, Miss Snslo "Young, Mrs
W A Johnston, Mrs J B Atherton, Mrs
II Congdon, Mrs 110 lJrigR?,F Halotcail,
Mrs T J King, Mi . I 13 Wantc, Mrs (J
It Xugcnt, O J Wilson ami wife, MUs
Flnrcnco Wilson, Miss Ara Stono, J A
Jtotlanct and wife, M Rosenthal, J II
Harbour and daughter, W G Irwin, wlfu
mid nialil, Master Ben llolladay. STKr.it
aoi: E J Abbott. Jus Tiirnbiill, 13
Shott, Peter Cook, J J Coughllns, Jas
Cnmiiiliigs, Mrs Jane Weal, V L
Roberts, J A Smith, Mr ami Mrs O A
Doltnau. 7 Clilnoo and 0 I'oitiiguesc.
For San Francisco, per bktne Geo O
Perkins, Dee 1713 L Darker, wife and
Tho S S Australia left San Francisco
wharf at 2 :05 p m, Dec 8th with a
strong S 13 wind, the Bar breaking
heavily. Dec Dili, the wind hauled to
the S W and blew from that quarter
until tho morning of the 14lh. Experi
enced stormy hoad winds and heavy
sea from the northward for tho llrst six
days out. Deceived Honolulu pilot at
11:15 p in, Deo loth.
The bktnc Geo O Perkins sails this
afternoon for San Francisco with 10,
4X4 bags of sugar, 700 bags of rice, 215
barrels of molasses, H4 bills of goat
Bkins, 2,722 hides and 151 bunches of
bananas, value $01,070.48,
Tho Wrestler's coal is all out.
The Nellie May Is discharging near
tho Likclike wharf.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Gcr bark Pacific, Oltinaii
Brit bk W II Watson, Lawrence
Bktno Kllkltat, Cutler
Bktne G C Perkins, Ackerman (
Bktne Mary Winkehnan, Backers
Bk J II Bowers, J II Plum
Haw schr General Seigel, from French
"Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Gcr bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
German bark Hercules, Schacfcr,
sailed from Liverpool, October SJth, due
February 20-2S- . T
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovcll,
from Fanning's Island, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Manllilkl, via Fanning's Island,
due December 15-IU.
American bark Saranae, from New
York, sailedJuIy l.HIi, uueiiereisuv. la
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, Dollcston, from
Liverpool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
Davics & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, due lore Jan 15-30,
to Schacfcr & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from tho Colonies, due hero In Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Uooke.
At the Queen's Hospital, of menin
gitis, on ICth December, William
TVcnek, aged 27 years-
LOCAL & CEHERAL KEVS.
Fisksii oysters at the Beaver Saloon.
Xewih J. Levey will hold his regu
lar cash sale on Saturday.
Tin: Honolulu Rifles will drill in
company, at their armory, this even-
The steamer brought fruit, vege
tables, and fish for the grocers, and
tho grocers pass thorn on to their
Tun second Xman Falo by Lewis
J. Lovcy will tako place at his tales
room on Queen street this ovoning,
commencing at 7 o'clock.
Look out for the mail bteamcr from
tho Colonics to-morrow en ionic to
San Francisco. A grand opportunity
to reply to letters received this morn-
Captain Dartlott, of tho American
bark F. P. Litchfield, and well known
in Honolulu, died on October 21st,
just as the vessel reached Hongkong
Tub Popular Millinery Houso has
.received a now lot of goods, and aro
now being opened. Grand display
on Friday, Saturday and week fol
lowing, Don't forget, 104 Fort street.
. Tm: Dum;ktin is under obligation
to Mr. Bcdolfe, tho urbano and
if.fmiininthitiiii! nursor of tho steam-
' ship Australia, for an excellent file of
' foreign papers and other news favors.
Tin: Into George Hoinrich Carstens
whobo interment took place yebter
. day was forniejly a member of tho
.Ancient Order of Oddfellows. On
joining tho Roman Catholic Church,
'iho resigned from tho Oddfellows
Anothku German, by name Win.
Wcssel died at the Queen's Hospital
yesterday of meningitis. Tho de
ceased arrived fiom Kauai on Sunday
lust and was forwardi d to tho Hospital
by tho German Benevolent Society.
. Ho loaves a wife anil child to morn
'' lis loss.
, . .
Tin: gold and bilver medals, pro
J miscd by Mr. Wall n llrst and Focond
v prizes in tho ono hour go-as-you-please
races, at tho Yosemito rink
; SSSWS -&jteg8B WWMOTmfrBMHMg
lately, carno by tho steamer last
night. Mr. Jas. Torbi'rt is winner of
tho first prize, anil Mr, Joe Canuira
of llio second.
Each of tho Hack companies ap
pear to have their share of niiflmps.
One night this week, u liorso and
carriage bearing tho unmistakable
mark of the Hawaiian Hotel Hack Co.,
took French leave of the driver and
tried to knock down a post near tho
roar entrance to the Billiard loom.
The post remained uptight though
somewhat shattered, while the eur
lingc was knocked completely out of
Cavtain II. C. lloudlett, who was
recently innster of tho barkentiiic V.
II. Dimond, and lately chief ollicer
of the steamship Australia, has been
appointed master of the last named
ship. Captain lloudlett, while run
ning tho V. II. Dimond between San
Francisco and this poi I was admired
and respected not only by his sea
men but by all who met him. His
appointment to the mastership of tho
S. S. Australia is gratifying to his
Wo arc authorized to state that
the band will not play at the Queen's
Hospital to-morrow afternoon, out of
respect to those lately deceased.
The Hon. "Win. C4. Irwin and
bride arrived from San Francisco
last night, and at once proceeded to
their town residence. During Mr.
Irwin's slay in San Francisco he
and Mrs. Irwin were entertained by
the leading society of that eity.
Mr. J. F. Eekardt, purveyor of
the Queen's Hospital, desires to re
turn his sincere thanks to the many
ladies and gentlemen who, were so
kind to the late Georg Heurich
Carstcns. Mr. Eekardt and Mr.
Carstens were from the same place
and were acquainted with one
another in their younger "days.
A HANDSOME PRESENT.
JR. J. Creighlon, Esq., editor of
the Commercial Pacific Advertiser,
received by the steamship Australia,
this morning, from the Hawaiian
Consul at Mexico, as a token of
esteem and remembrance, a very
handsome and serviceable gift. The
article is a walking cane of Mexican
wood, with the initials of tho reci
pient, the Mexican coat of arms, and
various other figures neatly- carved
ARRIVAL OF 0. S. S. CO.'S STEAMER
The Oceanic Company's Steam
ship Australia arrived in port about
midnight last night from San Fran
cisco, after a passage of 7 days and
10 hours. She brought thirty-four
cabin and twenty-four steerage pas
sengers, and 1,010 tons of freight.
The Australia will sail for San
Francisco on or about the 22nd in
stant at noon.
A PRESENTATION TO THE KING.
This noon, Governor C. P. Iattkea
on behalf of the Commauder-in
Chief of the Hawaiian Forces and
staff, presented to His Majesty the
King, a diamond Star and Cross,
made at Paris at tho cost of SlOO.
The Governor when presenting the
lewels was accompanied by Major
Rasa, Major S. Parker, Major llay
lej', and Major Cornwell. His
Majesty, who received the gift in
the blue room, was accompanied by
His" Ministers and Honorable A. S.
Cleghorn, J. S. Webb, and .1. E.
Bush. His Majesty giaciously ac
cepted the gift, and tendered thanks
In a fitting speech.
A BROWN STORY.
Yesterday three Browns met at the
Queen's Hospital. Strange to say
they were all named John Brown.
The senior member of the trio was
Capt.John who Brown was introduced
to John E. Brown, lately arrived
from New Zealand, and the introducer
was a member of the Daily Bui.
i.rrix staff, John Brown. Captain
John, of course, had a little anecdote
to relate. He told the other two
Browns that thefe was yet another
John Brown. The last named is a
Hawaiian and his vocation is that of
a sailor in the employ of the Pacific
Navigation Company. To trace the
ancestry of the last named gentle
man our readers are respectfully re
ferred to the Board of Genealogy!
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY.
No, 3 Ni:v Skiiiks.
Tho third number of the now
scries of our Bi-monthly Sujimaiiy,
is now out. It contains -10 columns
of mirclv local and original matter
relating to the Islands, and more
particularly to Honolulu. For a full
and complete record of 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 ou tho 17th instant from
Australia, and will leave for San
Francisco the same day. Tho Sum
mahv can bo bo had at tho Daily
Bui.i.i:tik olllce and at J. II. Sopor's
News Agency. Price 10 cents per
The "Panorama of Kilauea" was
largely visited last ovening. The
number of visitors nightly increases,
and all who have seen tho panorama
snenk highly of it. On reaching tho
jeu.-. r-.- .
nscmiwrw-n-ifni-Mriiii. ill i
platform from which tbo visitor gazes,
tlio scene becomes impressive. Stand
ing in the very center of the crater,
Willi llalctnaiimau, the Little Beg
gar, and the Volcano House in their
proper positions, they appear as
realistic as can he. The longer tho
visitor gazes, the stronger becomes
the impression, until he fancies that
lie is actually in ICilauca. During
the visitors' stay, Mr. Shipman
pleasingly describes the scene,
pointing out the route from Kcau
hou to the Volcano House, from the
House to Halcniaumau and the Lit
tle Beggar, and answering all ques
tions and making the visitor feel
like calling again with all his
Grand Auction Sale
Of Christmas Goods.
MOMWIIVG &: OEVJEITING.
Miissks. E. P. Adams it Co. will
open their Xmas auction to-morrow
morning at 10 a. at. at the salesroom
of Messrs. T. II. Davics it Co., corner
of Kauhuinaiut "and Queen streets.
Mr. ".lames" will conduct tho pro
ceedings by ollering to public com
petition, a largo and varied assort
ment of Fancy Goods, etc., com
prising tapestry and velvet rugs,
chenille table cloths, vaiious sizes,
toys of the most ingenious character;
willow ware, comprising tables with
plush tops, children's rocking chairs
and baskets. Tho assortment of
plated ware is equal to any in the
kingdom. Tho urbano knight of
the hammer has, with his accus
tomed thoughtfulncss, made special
arrangements for the accommodation
of the ladies. The sale will bo con
tinued in the evening at 7 o'clock.
Algiers, Deo. 2. It is reported
that the steamship Chandernagore
with 1,200 French troops on board
had foundered during a cyclone and
all hands were lost.
New York, Dec. 2. The St r's
London cablegram of December 1st
says: The French Government is
pressing the English Cabinet hard
for satisfactory assurances as to the
withdrawal of British troops from
Egypt and the final definition of
English interest in the country.
Lord Iddeslcigh is said to have
shifted his ground and met the
French communications with propo
sitions to make the future of Egypt
an international question as that of
Bulgaria, thus thwai ting the attempt
of France to force the hand of the
Queen's Government and compel
the admission of the right of France
exclusively to intervene. In this
England is stated to have thesup
port of Germany, Austria and Italy.
Madrid, Dec. 2. Spain, after a
long and difficult diplomatic contro
versy, has finally succeeded in in
ducing Bismarck to abandon his
proposal to establish a naval station
at the Caroline Islands. Prince
Bismarck said to the Spanish Am
bassador at Berlin: "It is because
I recognized the value and impor
tance of the station that I decide to
abandon it, in order to show the
value I attach to Spanish friend
SETS of Jubilee Photographs, cm
bracing all the notable scenes of
ihe festivities, can bo obtained at Wil
I iums Photographic Gallery. 10
west, Idow &"ca
Have received ex " Australia," Fur
niture, Picture Moulding, Kustic
Frames all sizes handsome Plush
Cabinet Frames, Baby Carriages, and
a lot of Music Goods.
MR. HO FON, of thu "Chinese
News," will teach iho Chinese
language to any persoa at very reasona
ble tales. Ho will also collect bills and
interpret the Chinese laugungo at moder
ate cluugss. Apply fut the nmco of tho
Chinese News, Co., Nuuniiu St. 08 lvv
MCCARTHY'S " Duets" are fl 10.
CHRISTMAS and New Year Cards,
all new anil of tho very latest de
Mgus, having been caiefully sultcud by
our Mr. T. J. King, who has jut re
turned from the OVi.st. Call inrly at
Klna llrcs.- Art Store. SO
Dn. Flint's Hi:akt Hemedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desoriptivo book
with every bottlo. Bonbon Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
Patkonizk Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Itland orders solicited
and piomptly filled. Thq attention
of dealers is lespectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Ilingloy, nor tho placo
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
40 Oolvi.iM.il s Or-
lO Cents per Copy.
$2.00 per Annum.
To ho had at J. H. S0PER'
tho BULLETIN OFFICE and
from tho Nowb Carriers.
AVe have received during the last few weeks ninty-three
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOODS. It 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 we unhesitatingly claim this to be
the largest, Jinest and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND AET GOODS
Ever shown in Honolulu. These goods were bought for
cash, so they can bo sold for about one half the former
CALL AND BE CONVBRSCED!
The following is a Partial List of our Latest Importa
Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Artotypes,
Photographs, Water Colors, Pastel Crayon Paintings,
Photo Albums, Grlace 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 we tire prepared to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KIN& BROS.' ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets.
Cake, Pastry &
Pioneer Steam Candy Fad
And Only Practical Ornamenter 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 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
COKSTUCOPIAS, Wax Tapc'rs tmd self-supporting Hold
ers, Bonbons in large variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in IIOKN'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 Prices ,to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
STEAM MADE ICES OREAM.
At $8.00 for ono, and 85.00 for two Gallons. Mado from Kick Ktfg
Custard, It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to lio
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to bo the Ilichcht,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Not a specially exactly, but aro mado now as before of superior quality
1 richness of flavor and ORNAMKNTtiD IN AN AUTISTIC STYLE
which fully sustains a twenty-threo
Factory, Storo and Ice Cream
Between Fort & Nmmuu.
kj(fii , . jfci
years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Parlor: No, 71 Hotel Street,
Both Telephones No 74.
,'...i'. fau l &.
I am instructed by S. Colin &
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Ory Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
Underwear, etc., etc.
J. LYOjSTS, Auctioneer. .
DO NOT LOSE
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Fort &
JUST KEOEIVHD, TUB
UX'l'S, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neekware.
Also, by repented and special request, n Email invoice of the iincEl linml-inndc,
Obtainable in the
YVEv 1 ,
Now have on hand a large
Assortment .of Music (roods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Eancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK 0:fi lXJDaiIrJ?XJIt3i:
in all lines. Lattfbt Styles XmaB Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAI CANDY FACTORY
P. HORN, I'racticnl Confccl loner,
1'astry Cook mul linker.
71 Hotel St. "(aitST Telephone 71
WEMER & CO!
Ps'O. tl XOlt'X' WX'ltXOJS'X'.
Constantly on hand a large assortment
of every description of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver l'latcd Ware, &c,
OSS ly .
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
0-J.inil Oil Hotel ktrcet,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Hlenmer.
1'. O. Box ISO, Hell Telephone No.
'.lit) Mutual Telephone No. 181,
The White House,
IS'o. X1K TVumiim Hli'ool,
Honolulu, II, (,
Private Kumlly Hotel; Terms llciibon.
able; IKIr.Mt-olnsj Accommodations,
51. W. BANDKHS, I'roprielor.
Co. (o sell at their store
YOUR CHANCE !
FINEST LINES OF
Will bu open evciy nltemrcn and even.
ing as follows:
Dlomlny, TiiPHttny, Vcilnemluy nntl
To llio public in general.
For Indies and gentlemen.
F.or ladies, gentlemen and children. '
Lessons in Fancy Skating,
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALT., Manager.'
FOR KENT. v
XLA T1IOSK JVKHY DFSIRA-
fe&"JM9 '',0 Pru"lfts No. lUSNuuuuu'
niif-fifii Avennu. Dwelling contains
8 rooms; airy buecmeut under all ; l.Uch
en, pantry, bathroom nntl bonnnt'orpojn
ntiitchid, cairi.igu house, stable, fowl
house: N uoiivcnlvnllv ananced: .mint
healthful lrcrtllonj neat grounds, fruity
trei'E. Ten minutes' walk from PosrHj
Ullice. Luqulre adjoining promise of
72 tf J. 11. WOOD, N(F
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