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FRIDAY, DEC. 17. 188G.
Am fiark S.trannc, D B Shaw, 150 days
from New York
S S Alnmedu from tlio Colonic, on
tor S.ui Frnuelseo
Slim-Wiilaloilu from Hniunkuii
Stinr AValmunnlo fiom Whimnnnln
Stinr W 0 Hull for Lnlmiiin Mnnlnea,
Kona and Knu at 10 a mi,
S S Alnini'dn for San Francisco at 5 pin
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Canuto for Hllo
For Lalialna, Mnalncn, Kona and Knu
per stair G Hall, Deo 17 Mrs G Mc
Dotiunl, F llayloy. .las Tnrnbull, Miss
Nulllu KoblnsonMl Mando Baldwin,
Goo Bailey, Miss K Austin. Mrs S
Cliapin, Mls Ida Campbell, Jas Cuiiiji
bell and servant, lion Knliinopc, II
Vlda, F Vlda, Henry Baldwin, I, Vldn,
11 X Gicenwell, r 11 Covnwell, All
Uhoy and I5 dock.
From Sydney, per S S Alameda, Dee
17 HPLnn-r, W lMekon,..) Khk and
no In transit.
From Hamakna, per stinr AValaleale,
Dec 17 D McLean, Mrs M. D Cooke. J
Adams, J Faran mid 18 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Wninlcnlc 2,11)7 sugar.
The Alameda discharged Sydney
pilot Deo 1st, 5:10 p in.' Stopped for
Auckland pilot ritli, 10:50 a m, I! days,
1(1 horns, 10 m. Dlschaiged Auckland
pilot (Jill, 7 p in, detention :i2hra 10m.
Stopped off Tnttilla the 10th, 12:20 p in,
detention HOm Stopped for Honolulu
pilot 17tlt, 11 a in. Time fiom Sydney
lGd, 14h, 27m. Kuiiniiiff time, tod, Oil.
Kunning time. fiom Auckland, lid l'Jh.
From 15 South hit to 20 X6itli,'strong
head winds and squally weather. Deo
8th, at 0:30 p in, passed Co.'s steamer
Mariposa. Deo Uh, steamer Explorer
sailed from Apia for Honolulu with Mr.
Ellis on board.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
, S. S. Alameda leaves at 5 i m. to
day for San Fiancihco.
The obliging purser of thd Ala
meda has our thanks for news favors.
' "Jon" did not return per S. S.
Australia. Whatever can bo tho
Don't forget tho Gleaners' rink
TJWivtil nt Fort Street Church, this
MhAToiii. Wall was expected by
tho Alatneda this inoining, but he
did not tfonic.
All the. Honolulu gunners will go
duck shooting to their favoiito
haunts on Ohijstmlis.
Mit. C. .1. Fisliel's Holiday Goods
will bo open to-mongw. and u gr.ind
display may bo expected.
Commodoki: Ashbuiy and Mr.
Noble, llio temperance lecturer, nio
through passengers by the Alanicdi!.
Puissnn Wliile, of the steamer
Waialeale, reports rough weather to
windward. Tho blonmcr Leliua was
at Ookala yesterday, and the Kilauca
Hon at raauhau.
Messrs. Lewis it Co., grocers, re
ceived along with other ice-house
goods, by tho Atislialia, a veiy largo
salmon, measuring over four feet in
Mil. George Slratenioyer, having
nicely bronzed tho pillars of tho
"Criterion," some curious person
whittled tho posts to sec if they were
The tux oflice will re-open on
Monday morning next, when tho
venerable Gapt. Luce will bo fully
prepared to conduct the second act
jn the art of tax collecting.
The commissions of tho oiiicers of
nil tho volunteer militmy companies
will bo recalled and new commissions
will bo given under the new military
Meshiis. Harry Whitney and Guy
Wodehouso, who huvo been sporting
on Molokai for tho past week or so,
will probably conio homo by tho Mo
MajousUosh, Parker, Cornwell, and
Hayley, wore docoraled by His
Majesty yesterday ; but tho nature of
tho decorations will not bo rovealcd
until apnounced "By Autholity."
The cellar that was underneath
tho old Sailors' Homo is boing illled
in with stones and earth, and tho
spot wlicio tho building formcily
stood leveled. Prisoners nio doing
Mkksiib. Hollister & Co., Fort
streot, huvo boon sonding around to
their pations and tho general public,
n unique calendar for 1887, published
hv Lorillard, tho tobacco man, called
Browne, leave by tho Alameda this
Mn. 1). P." Smith having Mild tho
electrio light apparatus at tho Palace,
ll 1 ..... !.. ll.n ll.nilliilil t.1ilf
On searching through tho a.u'luves
of tho government ouVos this morn
ing, another Blown was found in tho
Survey Depailpieiit. 'I lie name given
to him hv his godfather and god
mother was "John." This makes
live of the nnno niuno, Next 1 0
Mn. Hancock, C. Pardee, E. W.
Tucker wifo and 2 childien, A. Fago
and wife, Miss G. Humphrey, It. P.
it ,,,..11 It 1 Hmitli mid fl 1).
110 JYlU ll'UVO "V mi: "iiiiwu.l tu-u....
or by tho Austiulu poxt week, for tho
Eastern Stales, to got .100 incandtv-
ils for tlio interior of tlio
Wm. More, whilo driving a'drny
down Tort street this noon Died to
take ti splinter of the hitching post
in front of Frank Gertz's istoio, but
by a miscalculation, carried away
tho whole post.
Mubsus. E. P. Adams t Co. will,
this evening, continue then sale of
to-day, commencing at 7 l. m. An
other case of oilver plated waic was
openod this afternoon, of that well
known sitpnior American maiiufiu'-tine.
Two Chliiameiflunehed at Nolle'
lo-day, and seemed to enjoy his Ham
burg beefsteak. They handled the
knife and foik with for moio dex
terity than n foreigner bandits the
chop-sticks. Thoy did not put tho
knives in their mouths'.
O.vi: of tho niastei pieces of the sea
son, in window decorations, was exe
cuted this foienoon, "by Mr. Geo. B.
Peacock, in tho Hotel slicet window
of Mr. O. J. Fishel's stoic. The show
is decidedly woith going to see, and
will doubtless bo fully appieciated by
Six paintings by" Potold, of San
Francisco, taken fiom photographs
by Mr. Williams, aio on view at
Williams' ml gallery. Tho views,
which are colored vastly diU'eicnt
from similar paintings by local artists,
embiaec scene tit Onomea, Kawai
hue, Waikiki and Kuponu Falls, and
arc fae-siniiles of the photographs.
Quit old friend Captain .lenks, the
boon companion of Colonel Nonis,
has lesigned from the bark Elinore
and will shortly sail' fiom San Fian
cisco for Honolulu in command of
tho bark Hunter, lie may be looked
for in March next, and ho will then
tiausfcr tho whale bark Hunter to
Captain Cogan, who will pioeced
noilhwards in boaieh of oil and bone.
A MONETARY ITEM.
The Hon. W. C. Parke and his
associate assignee, Lam Chong, re
quest that all persons indebted to
tho estate of Lam Chock, a bank
rupt, will pay the same to them
SANTA CLAUS IN REALITY.
To-morrow will bo a grand gala
clay ot Sach's store, toys, dolls, and
panel pictures will he given away ;
dining the day, customers will be
presented with a fine panel picture,
and during tho evening the toys and
dolls will be given away.
BAND CONGE Rt7
The Uoyal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square to-moriow
afternoon, commencing at 4:30
o'clock. The following is the pro
gramme: Overturn Joan of Aio Verdi
Wall. My Friend Gassiicr
Selection Welch Melodies Hiiro
Ballad Moi ning Beethoven
Finale Bivouac Pen ella
Match Glory Mlehiels
THE "DAILY BULLETIN" HANSARD.
The only full and complete report
of the Legislative Proceedings of
the Session 188G, is the Daily Bul
letin Hansaid. It is the work of
an accomplished stenographer who
lias been highly complimented for
the success of his undertakings. A
few copies left, which urop ho had
at J. II. Sopor's News Agency,
Merchant street, or at the Daily
Bullktin .OHlce, Queen street.
Pi ice S3.00 each.
To-morrow at 11 a. m., the melli
fluous voice of Mr. James will again
be heard at the auction room of
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co., selling
by public outcry, an assortment of
liquors, including everything from
gin to champagne. It will he a
"credit sale" on the usual terms.
Samples will bo opened for tho bene
llt of connoisseurs. Being an im
portation of that old established
linn, II. Ilackfeld & Co., the quality
can be depended upon.
A SATURDAY "TREAT.
"The hotter the clay, the
better the deed." Mr. Lewis
J. Levey has received a commission
to dispose of a lot of dry goods,
furniture, a fully equipped express,
a buggy, &c., and lie haslixcd upon
to-morrow at 10 a. m. as the clay on
which to do the deed. The vender
will be pleased to seo a huge assem
blage of the public at his reception
and Salesroom on Queen street.
Being a man of strict integrity, Mr.
Levey's tonns will, on this occasion,
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY.
No. .1 New Sr.itii:s.
The third number of the now
series of our Bi-nionlhly Sum.mauy,
is now out. It contains -10 columns
of purely local and original matter
relating to tho Islands, and more
particulcny to Honolulu. J.' or a mil
and complete record of political,
commercial and general news it is
To residents on the other Islands
it is ti valuable paper, and also a
desirable journal to send to one's
friends abroad. Tho outgoing mail
is duo hero on tho 17th instant" from
Australia, and will leave for San
Francisco tho snmo day. The Si'M
mauy can ho ho had at the Daily
Bulletin- olllco and at J. II. Qpper's
News Agency. Price 10 cents per
Following is a letter which ap
pears In Iho "Association Log
Book" of tho Oakland Y. M. O. A.
St, Luke 111:8, m the stoiy of
acchcus, the publican, might afford
"Chrli" n rloh text on which to base
on improved mid revised edition of
tho exhortation to young men con
tained in the letter hero re-printed.
Oakland, Cal., Nov. 00, 1880.
Cavt. I. Biiay, Gen'l Sec'y Y. M.
G. A. Oakland, Cal.
My Deau Sir: I am so overjoyed
from the effects of walking in the
now path of life that I wish to mako
it known to nil young men who are
as lonely with Satan and us heavily
laden in sin and vice as I was a
short time figo.
The difference is more great than
the contrast between sunshine and
Young men go on, tread In the
dark road, while on your way, just
drop Satan for n few minutes and
call up into the rooms of the Y. 31.
C. A. and see the difference be
tween the daik and dismal road of
Satan and that of grandeur, splen
dor of sunshine of our dear Saviour.
You are all invited and cordially
By allowing space in your Decem
ber number of your Bulletin- for
the above testimony, you will great
ly oblige, Yours Ti lily,
C. K. Milleu.
Y. M. C. A.
The monthly meeting of the Y.
M. C. A. was held last evening,, the
President, Mr. Bowen, in the chair.
On the recommendation of the Board
of Directors one voting and three
associate members were enrolled.
The treasurer, Mr. T. S. South
wick, repotted 801.3"), balance of
cash on hand, with pledges and
yearly dues well paid up, some of
the pledges being paid, in advance
to April next. Following is the
Bal.ince on hand, last state
ment S 21 2,)
Monthly Collodion 10 iiO
C'olleclion for Intel national
Committee 22 CO
Donation 10 00
Mem. Dues 1U 00
Mem. l'leclRCs 300 00
s :tso 25
Salary of Secretary 125 00
Salary of Janitor 80 00
lee hill, 2 mos IS ISO
Tlio Friend -10 50
M. J. do Fichus, Professor of
Poittigiicsu 10 00
Sutidty small bills 18 80
International Committee 22 0
Cost of remittance.
Balance on hand.
Mr. P. C. Jones, chairman of the
temperance committee, leportcd the
meetings in Fowler's yard to be well
.sustained, there having been an
average attendance during the two
months past, of nineteen adults, be
sidesaconsiderablenumbcr of juven
iles, the latter of whom had proved
themselves valuable assistants in the
The entertainment committee, Mr.
W. A. Kinney, chairman, had finally
decided on holding an entertainment
on the evening of the 28th hist., to
which all the members and their
friends will be expected to contri
bute o0 cents each, admission fee.
General Secretary Fuller read a
letter from the Rev. Mr. Peck, New
Haven, Conn., introducing and re
commending to the favorable recep
tion of the members of the Associa
tion Dr. C. A. Dormau, a local
preacher of the Methodist connec
tion. The subject matter of the
letter was referred to the Devotional
Committee, with power to act in the
premises as they deem advisable.
A proposal to hold a watch night
service, on New Year's Eve, was
referred to the committee on devo
tion. Tho reading room committee
reported the number of visitors to
be about as stated in former reports.
Mr. F. J. Lowrey, for tlio devo
tional committee, reported on the
several meetings held, under the
auspices of the association, and that
it is intended to hold a noon-day
meeting of half an hour, commenc
ing at 12:25, every Saturday, at the
The collection taken amounted to
The latest news from the New
Hebrides is Hint the French show no
intention of leaving tho Island. The
roads and "bridges they have con
structed, probent a permanent ap
pearance. Mr. Lalor, Speaker of the Victor
ian Assembly, has announced his
intention of retiring into private
Reports from tho Teetulpa gold
fields, South Australia, continue
favorable. Two loads of wash dirt
yielded ono pound weight of gold.
Theie are 5,000 diggers on the Held.
Ono party netted ' 1,400 in a short
n FTR of Jiiblleo Pliotninuiilis. em.
0 bw.hif; nil thu noiublu, scenes of
tho fenlvllics, eilli ho obtained ui Wil.
1 iuiiis l'liotograpliio Gallery. CO
WEST, DOW &CO.
Have received ox " Aithtraliu," Fur
nituiv, l'ictiui! Mouldinu;, Rustic
Frames all viM't huiiilcoiiio l'lusli
Cabinet Frames, Baby Caniages, and
ti lot of Music Ooodu. 10
SMOKE McCarthy's "Triplets"
C1HRISTMAS and New Vi-nr U.irils,
all nuw mill of tlio vciy lalfbt de
hil'ok huvhiif Ill-en niiufully m Jurul by
mn Mr. T. J. KIiir, who lias jii ic
turned from iliu Uul. Call early at
King Bros.' Art Store, 0
Cake, Pastry &
And Only Practical Ornnmcntor 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
CORNUCOPIAS, Wax Tapers and self-supporting Hold
ers, Bonbons in large varietj1, and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in IIOTfcN'S vell
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. HOKST will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
STEAM MADSS ICS3 G1EAM.
At S3. 00 for one, and 83-00 for two Gallons. Made from Kick Egg
Custard, It is made from "Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to bo the Uichest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
- WEDDINO CAKES.
Not a specially exactly, but are made now as before of superior quality
and richness of flavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN AUTISTIC STYLE
which fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factory, Store andlce Cream
Eetweea Fort & Nuuann.
We 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 oSTovellies.
"We carefully selected these goods during our recent trip to
the United States, and we unhesitatingly claim this to be
the largest, finest and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND AET G00BS
Ever shown in Honolulu.
cash, so thoy
can be sold
CALL AND BE
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, Jirnss Goods,
Artists' Materials, Parlor Easels, JJouqiict Tables,
Bronze Frames, Ebony Brackets.
Medallion Photographs, Autograph Albums,
Holiday' Souvenirs, Graphoscopes, Broom Holder,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, Wall Pockets,
' Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christmas Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent iniportains contain a Complete Assortment
of all oL' the latest styles in Oak, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which vc arc nroparcd to
make frames to order on short notice, at the lowest possi
KING BROS.' ART STORE,
Hotel & Union Streets.
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Both TeleDhones No 74.
These goods were
for about one halt the former
T am instructed by S. Colin &
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
Underwear, etc, etc.
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - -
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KEGEIVED, THE FINEST LINKS OK
Cntoi-iifo Clolm, Gents' Fmisliii Goods,
HATS, OAl'S, ETC , ETC.
JLatcst Styles and "Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and tpcclnl request, n smiill invoice of the finest liniul.miulc,
Obtainable in tlio
Assortment of Music G-oods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OX IUIITlTXIlEi
In all lines. Latest Stylos Xmns Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
.A-IS 1 XJA-JCEIW.
F. 1I0HN, l'nictieiil Confectioner,
1'nUry Cook and JJiilser.
71 Hotel St. -aisr Tclephoiio 74
no. oa jronu? writjajsT.
Constantly on lmiul n largo assortment
of uvury iluhcripiionof Jewelry, Watches,
Golil and Silver Plated Ware, &u.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
Ollanil 09 Hotel ktreet,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. JJox 11S0, Hull Tolcphonu No.
Hid Mutual Telephone No. 10-1.
The White House,
IS'o. US Niiuiinu Htroot,
Honolulu, JI, I.
Private Family Hoiol; TeiniR Hcnsnn.
itlilc; rintt.clasu AcrnniiiioiMiloin..
a 15 ly
Co. to sell at their store
J. LYOaS, Auctioneer.
LOSE YOUR CHANCE !
- Opposite Irwin & Co's
limul a large
Will lie open every nltomccn and even,
lug as followB:
Iloiidny, Tiirxilny, Wrilnumlay antt
To the publio In gunuial.
For Indies uml gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen mid children.
Lcssona in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
TIIOSi: IVKUY DESIHA.
bio picmlKS No, lOSNuuunu
Avenuu. Dnulllnir contains
8 rooms; airy ba-ement untfcrall; Uljrh
en, miry, lmtlircom mid scrvaiu't room
ntliielud, cuinapu limitsu, &tuuh 11
Ii'iuko; all coi vi-nienMy arrauued'j quiet
lioaltlif d Uuttli'ii, neat eroumlp, fruit
liei. Ten inlntiii'i. vnll; irotn Pott
Ollluf. Kr.iiulu. a J'uinl itr nunil-ca of
73 tf J. II. WOOD,
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