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SATURDAY. DEC. 18. 188C.
Stnu- Mokolit from Mnloknl
Stinr Ukellke from Kahulul
Stuir Loluta from windward ports
btnir Kiuau fiom windward ports
Slmv Wiihnannlofioin Walmanalo
llktno V It Dlmond from San Francisco
llktiu' Ijitrc'oi fiom Pranei 'o
Bk tar of Devon from S S Islands
Stinr Surmise fioni tvimii
Am ship at rcury from Newcastle, XSW
Sclir Miinnokiiwnl from Kooliiu
Sclir ElnikiU from Waialua
Sclir Canute for llllo
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Klnan for the Volcano an 1 way-
poits at I p m
Stinr Lelina for windward poits at 0 pin
Stinr Surpiiso for Kuan at 5 p in
Stinr Mokolli for Molokal at 5 p in
Stinr Wnlnlcnlo for Lahalna and llnina-
kua at tin in
Sclir Mantiokawal for Kool.ut
SelirEhukal for Wnliiliui
Sclir Wallclo for Ilaniakua
From Kahulul and way poits, per
utmr Llkcllku, Deo 18 Mr Secburg, AV
Agor, W J Hoclio and (M deck.
Trom wlndwaid port', per steamer
Kinau, Pec IS Hon. I 1j Kaulukou, W
II Ilnlstcnd, .1 Kua, J Kenton, G A
Clinpln, Mr K Barnaul. .T 11 .lones and
2 children, J Goldstein, K K Dcrrln. II
A Vooinan, 0 Notley and wire, II Zerbe,
K Lvcan. .1 O Carter, Miss Annie Along,
MUsJIaiT Afong, Miss Maria Afong,
J J .Tones. Major W 1 Liiuiuliuilii-l II It
Maccy, M. Igarabi, .1 II Many, M E
Sylva, .1 Uusliliigliaiu, V F Ghule, II
Subr,MKoki, Koki, wife and '- cliil
dren, Jlrs W II Stonu and !1 chlidicn
and 72 deck.
From San Franci-co, per bktne II
Dlmond, Dec 18 E 0 "Winston, .1 Mc
Laughlin, Jos Seltollin.
FiomSan Fr.inclseo, per bktnc Eu
reka, Dec 18 Col S Xorrl, 2 native
Htowawavs and .1 Campbell.
From "llonolulti for San Francisco,
pcrS S Alameda, Dec 17 A II Uabcock,
E W Tucker, wlff and 2 children. D P
Smith, A Faye and wife, .1 D Browne,
O Pardee, Mrs J McClecry, MK Ger
tiudolIutnphrey, HP Cornwell, A 15
Spreckels, C Smith. SniKitAOi: A
Peterson, wife and 2 children. .1 Jen
kins, M Martin, wife and child, C J
Wcntal, J Kugu-t, M. Uonsalves, wife
and child, Win Lester, wife and 2 chil
dren, W Bcssengi-r. M S Caluer, wife
and child and !I2 Portuguese.
S S Kinau 81(5 bags sugar, 40 bags gin
ger, HO bags corn, ill hiile-, It
hor.ses and 100 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Likclike 1,8,")8 sugar.
Sclir Mantiokawai (!"0 lice.
Stmr Lcluin '.Mill sugar, :50 cattle. 15
crates of fowls and 2 hogs.
The bktne Em oka, Meyers, master,
arrived this morning, 22;$ days fiom
San FrancNco, and uocked at the. P M.
SS wharf. , ir
The bktne Y II Dimond, Sw if t, mas
ter, ariived this morning, 21 days fiom
San Francisco, and docked near the O
S S wharf.
The S S Alameda sailed at about (5
o'clock last evening for San Fianer-eo,
taking from this poit 1,2C!) bunches of
bananas, 800 slacks of rice, 13 boxes of
leaves, 1 bag of coin (!!)1), 2 boxes of
orangt.s, and 1 bag of eolfee, valued at
The baik Star of Devon, Lovell, mas
ter, 'arrived this morning, 14 days from
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Gcrbaik Pacific, Oltinan
Brit bk V II Watson, Lawrence
Bktne Klikitat, Cutler
Bktne G U Perkins, Ackornian
Bktne Mary Winkelmaii, Backers
Bk J II Bowers, .1 II Plum
LOCAL & CENERAL HEWS.
Tun brig llazaul wan wtill at Ilil"
when the Kinau left.
Tun Panorama of Kilauca will bo
on exhibition this evening.
JIu. Lewis J. Lovey has his next
Xnias night sale next Monday, at
7 :30 i ji.
Tub barkentino Ella and tho brig
nntinc ClaiiH Spreckels aro hourly
A linroirr of lino weathor and
smooth sen comes by the steamer
Tin: roof of tho Jlomun Catholic
Church, Fort street, is being covered
with corrugated iron.
Captain Meyer, master of tho
barkentino Eureka, is accompanied
by his brido this trip.
That holo in tho Pali road, com
plained of Homo tinio ago, is lopoited
to bo still in oxislcnco.
Doa fanciers will find a good spe
cimen, less than a year old, at Dodd's
stables. Tho canino belongs to Mr.
(i. 11. Peacock,
ilAUMONY Lodgo will meet on
Monday evening at 7:110 o'clock.
Nominations for ollieors will ho tho
Tin: usual toinpeiaiieo meeting,
this evening, in FowlorV yard, under
tho auspices of tho temperance com
mittee (if tho Y. M. C. A.
No orders have yet been forwarded
for electric lights foi maiiiio pur
pose?. Tho Govt'inmenl bavo evi
dently taken tho matter under ml
vihonifcnt. Kivi: bundled hogs arrhed by tho
barkentino V. H. Dimond, this
morning, for Hurku & Winston. Tho
weather was veiy favorable for hogs,
only six dying during tho passage,
Tiuii:i: hundred innindt'i-cent elec
tric lights for tho l'al.ico will muL
a grand illumination. Half that
niinibor judiciously located about
town would provo a boon to tho
Ten bales of wool fiOni Mr, Camp
bell's ranch, Kahuku, came to Hono
lulu by the schooner Mumiokawai,
Among tho laigo quantity of
general nipichandiso that eniue by
tho baikentino Eureka, tliisinorning,
were 70,401) bricks for E, 15. 'Ihoinati.
A I'OMci:man on going aboaid of n
steamer, this morning, ft ruck his
helmet against somo protuberance
nnd knocked off the spike. Not
very important, but an item never
theless. Mn. Eagan has lecuivod his new
goods ex S. S. Australia. A detailed
account of same will appear next
week, but in tho mean time, tho
public nro invited to step in and
choose for themselves.
Tin: weather has been fair at
Kahnlui for the past week. Itnin is
much needed on tho windward side
of Maui. There aro no vessels at
Kuluilui now. The vehnoncr Anna
is daily expected.
Ham of tlio sand, placed in tho
bark Pacific for ballast, will bo taken
out, and about 200 tons of guano,
which arrived fiom tho bouth by the
baik Star of Devon this morning,
Will ho put in. instead.
Mil. .T. II. Maby, manager of
AVilders S. S. Co.'s Volcano House, is
in town. The weather leport from
the Volcano House for the week end
ing Dee. 11 is an folloWB Theimo
nieter, lowest SO , highest 78 c,
rain-fall 35, 100 inch. Crater actis'c.
A "Uv Airriiouirv" from tho De
partment of tho Interior, announces
that Fiiday. December .'51st, being
the annivesary of the biithofller
Majesty tho Queen, all Government
ollicos throughout the Kingdom will
bo closed on that day.
Young nativo ladies most of whom
wcic in bloomer di ess, consisting of
seveial parties, this morning and
afternoon, lode out to Waikiki. They
appear to piofor the bloomer to tho
"Pan," tho well known native tiding
dress of bye gone days.
Tin: auction sale at Messrs. T. II.
Davics & Co.'s lastevening, conducted
by Messis. E. P. Adams it Co., auc
tioneers, wax hugely attended. The
goods Fold were of supeijor quality,
and the prices lealized woie h-atisfac-loiy
to tho vender, and also to tho
('Aii-iniivnit No. 203 is probably
the most moderate in his charges of
any in town, if ho treats everybody
as ho did a gentleman this morning,
whom ho diovo around town
and waited for at Government
House for a half hour, and then
charged 25 cents.
SANTA CLAUS IN REALITY.
To-Day will be a grand gala
day ot Sacli's stoic, toys, dolls, and
panel pictures will be given awaj' p
dining the day, customers will be,
presented with a lino panel picture,
and during the evening the toys and
dolls will be given awav.
ELECTRICITY AT THE ttfl
This evening the incandescent
electric light will bu uitioduccd for
the first time in the billiard room of
the Hawaiian Hotel. Should the
expciimcnt prove successful, it is
probable that the entire building
and adjacent cottages will be illu
minated in n similar manner at an
FESTIVALS AND CONVIVIA
LITIES. Mr. V. S. Luce, wine and spirit
met chant, announces in a card that
his place of business will be closed
on Xmas Day. He also announces
that he has provided for a discrimi
nating public, Cachet Wane, Dclino
nico, Cabinet Green Seal and other
brands of wine, which have been
pronounced by critical judges to be
the genuine articles. "Good wine
needs no bush."
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square, this after
noon, commencing at ! :.'50 o'clock.
The following is tho programme
Overture Joan of Ant
Waltz My Friend
Selection Welch Melodies.
THE "DAILY BULLETIN" HANSARD.
Tho only full and completo report
of the Legislative Proceedings of
tho Session 188G, is tho Daily Bol
ixtin Ilansaid. It is the work of
an accomplished stenographer who
has been highly complimented for
the success of his undertakings. A
few copies loft, which are to ho bad
at J. II. Sopor's News Agency,
Merchant street, or at tho Daily
Uin.LLTiN Olllce, Queen street.
Price !).00 each.
A FULL BLOODED I1ACE HORSE IMPORTED.
A valunblo addition to the import
ed stock of these islands was yester
day landed from tho S. S. Alameda,
A ' dark bay stallion witli black
points, bireil by Yatleneon, he by
Blair Athol, a winner of tho Derby
and other classio races. This noble
animal was consigned to Hon. S. M.
Damon aid will shorlly bo forward
c to tliu owner Mr, 11. 1'. Baldwin
nt M.iiii II lu it mm limn nmh:ihl(
" - -" -
1 that this Colonial bred racer, from
-. ... . .... ii, ..
Hllgllbll btOCK, Will III) Oil CXIllllllinil
at ilio mining fair of tho H. II. A.
Society. This afternoon thu hoiso
was taken fiom the Hawaiian Hotel
Stables to thu Hon. S. M. Damon's
n i n r-u i (wumwaw?'
A flOVELTY IN LAMPS.
The Pacific Hardware Company
have n novelty in lamps. It is n
pi city little thing, called n "Fairy
Lamp." To describo it accurately
and fully would requite the pen of a
Clarkt'. All t lint our scribe is capablu
of saying about it at picscnt is, tbat
it i" a real pi city and uoful liltlo
in tide, rightly named, and bailies
description. Don't miss your chance
to get one. They aro going fast.
MYHTLE BOAT CLUB.
At the meeting of tho Myrtle Boat
Club Inst evening, the following ofll
ceis were elected: President, W. C.
King ; Vice-President, M. D. Mon
sarrnt; Secretary, A. M. Brown;
Treasurer, C. T. Wilder; Captain,
Jns. L. Torbert; Trustees, W. C.
Wilder, dr., A. W. Carter and
Alex. Robertson. During the meet
ing ono new member was elected,
making tho total number about 20.
TWO HAWAIIANS COME DACK.
When thu barkentino Eureka was
fairly out side the heads, and tho
tug boat returning to San Francisco
harbor, two Hawaiian stowaways
made their appearance on deck.
They had stowed away among the
hay in the fore-hold, and when
In ought before the captain said that
they had applied to the Hawaiian
Consul at San Francisco for passage
home, but he would not listen to
them. One had been whaling in the
Arctic, while the other was salmon
fishing north. They were so glad to
get home, that they forgot to say
good-bye. to the captain on reaching
Homan Catholic Cathkdkai..
High miiRS at 10 a. m. Vespers at I
KAlIMAKAI'ILI ClIUllOll. 11 BV. .1.
Wniauuui, pastor. Sunday school at
!.:!() a. M. Preaching at io-HO A. m.
Young people's meeting at 7::10 p.m.
Kawaiaiiao Ciidhoh. Ilov. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching at 11 a. m.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
C'la4 in the parlor at !):4ii a. m.. con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gospel
pr.iiM! service at (5:30 l'. M. Come and
bring a friend.
CiiiNi:si: Cii unci i. Fort stieet, near
corner Berctaiiia. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School,
11:150 a. Ji. Chinese and Eng'lNh Sun
day School, 2:30 l". m. Pleaching 11
A. ji. and 7:'.!0 p.m. Bible clis in
Chine-e Y. M. C. A. HaP, ;.;!0 p. m.
For.T-bTi:in:T Ciiuiicn. Hev. .1. A.
Crii.au, pastor. Meeting for Ilible
study at 9:15 A. M. Seniees at 11 a. ji.
and 7:150 p. m. Jlev. Thomas Gulick,
pastor elect of tho Foieign Church at
Makawao, Maui, w'ill preach in the
morning. In the evening, Mr. Gulick
will d li.cr a lecture on "The Land of
Sauclio P.iua and Don Quixote.'' For
several years Air. Gulick had charge of
the woik of the American Board iu
Spain, and has had rare oppoi tiiiiitie.;
to study the ways, customs, and man
ner of life of the people living in that
comparatively unknown misMoii field.
All me invited.
llr.rnr.L Union Conhukoation.
Bev. B. C. Oggcl, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, uiianti avenue, at 11 a.
ji. ami 7::J0 p. ji. C. A. Domain, M. D.,
evangelist of Xewhaveu, Conn., lu
transit to Xew Zealand will pieaeh.
Sunday school nnd Bible clast ntU:i. A.
ji. All aie invited to theo servicei.
St. Andiu'.w's CATiir.DiiAL First
Congregation. Services conducted by
thu BNhopof Honolulu. Holy I oininu
uion, U:3U a. ji. Morning prayer
.at Da. ji. Unly Communion and Oi (Dila
tion to the Deaconatc, of Mr. Hcrbcit
A. Gowcn, late of St. Aiigullne's Col
lege, Cuntcrhnry, with Bermoii by the
Itev. Alex. Mackintosh at !):30 A. ji.
.Sunday school at 10:15 a.m. Hawaiian
evensong and Continuation, at .'5:30;
Kugli'sli evensong with catechetical ad-drcc-i
by .Mr. Goneii, at 0 p. ji. All
seats are free.
Second Congregation, ltev. George
Wallace, A. M., pastor. Divine Service
nt 11:15 'A. ji. and at 7:Ii0 p. JI.
Sunday rchool meets at 10 A. ji. Seats
freo at all services.
QETS f Jubilee Photographs, em
13 UrHcing all thu noialilu hccius of
thu fc-iivilics can im nlnnincd al Wil.
lining l'hotier.tpiiio Qjlleiy. tfl
WEST, DOW"& CO
Have leecivul ex " AuBtralia," Fur
uituie, I'ictuiu Moulding, Htistic
KranicH all Hizcp liandhomu l'liieh
Cabinet Framcrt, Jlaby CairiagCB, and
a lot of Music GooiIm. 10
SMOKE WciIkc Cigar ut McCarthy's
CHRISTMAS"ul' Xcw Year CMrds,
all nuw mill of iho veiy latest t!e
Hlynp, Imvini; been carefully Mkctid by
(mi Mr. 'P. "J. Kiiitf, who bus jina re.
nirrei from She Oji-bi. Cull early nt
Klnjj Hn h. Art Store. K0
MR. HO FON, ot tho "Chinese
News," mil leuch Ihu Cliln.-c
liuiguuiju m any person at very remo iu.
bio iuii. He wil) tiNn collect blllb a ul
iulcri ret thu Chinese 1 iiigiityc ut mod it
ntu (haii;. Apy at iboitlicu ol lbs
Clilni ue News Co., Nuiiaiiii St. OiJ lw
l)it. Fmnt'h IIiiakt Kr.Mr.nv is a
Sjiccilio for all forms of lle.iit i)in
eiibo and alno for Disciibos of Kiduoys
mid Oiiculliaou. Ucbciiptivn book
with ovory bottle. Dom-on Smith it
Co., AgontH, :J5I
I'atiioni.i: Jloinu liidimtiy by liny
iiiK cIkiuh of .1. W. lliiiKhiy, I'Aiw
.Manul.ictiirtr, at tho 1'iynlal Soda
Voil;t, whiiio he in prtipnrcd to (ill all
onleiv at tlie lowi'rtl poctiblo wholo
call) pricen. . Island oideis holicitcd
and piomptly tilled. Thu attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no licence is ieiuiied" to
noil these cigats. Do not foiget thu
nanio J, W. lliugloy, nor tho place
Crybtal Hodn Works, Hotel street.
riosieer Sleesn Candy Facfy.
sb spa ....
iaKR. rasrrv &
,. j ,
And Only Practical Ornamenter in the Kingdom, respect
full' invites Parents and those who intend to make Holiday
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES
To select from his stock; tho largest ever shown in Hono
lulu, consisting; of'inany thousand pounds of both plain and
fancy Confectionery suitable for Christmas Trees. An im
mense assortment of Fancy BASKETS, BOXES and
COKNUCOP1AS, 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 HORN'S well
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. HORN" will sell at the
Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
SSTlEZMm MJiBB USE GBE&iffi.
At SJ1.00 for one, and S.i.OO for twev Gallons. Made from liich Egg
Custard, It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to he
made without .Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be the llichest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Not a specialty exactly, but are made now as before of superior quality
and richness of llavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN AUTISTIC STYLE
which fully btistains a twenty-three years' reputation, not yet excelled in
Factory, Store and Ice Cream
Between Fort & Nuuanu.
We have received during the last few weeks ninty-threc
cases and packages of HOLIDAY GOOD5S. It litis taken
some time to unpack and arrange them. We are now pre
pared to have tho 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, finest and best assorted stock of
PICTURE AND AET GOODS
Ever shown in Honolulu. These goods were bought for
cash, so they can be sold for about one half the former
CALL AND BE CONVflRSCED!
The following is a Partial List of our Latest Importa
Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Artotypes,
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, Graphoseopes, Broom Holders,
Plush Goods, Book Shelves, Wall Pockets,
Painted Plaques and Panels,
Birthday Cards, Christmas Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent iinportains, contain it Complete Assortment
of all of the, latest sly lea in Oak, Mronze, 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. OPEN EVENBftiGS. m. w.sa no bi.s, Proprietor, j o.ii.nj.ivau.oin :w,.j ,,m
i v 'tad
its 's ra i! '
mmn e urn .
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Both Teloohones No 74.
Yrmm r a
jagaMM & t
iuULi 1153 EiJ '.
I am instructed by S. Colin &
jlAaH A JLJTtjJj
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies'
Underwear, etc., etc,
J. LYOjS, Auctioneer.
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Eort Ik Merchant Streets,
JUST KEOKlVJin, THE FINEST LINES OV
Mi-Mile Cllii, Bents' FnriiisMi Gols,
1IA.TS, CiU'3, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in jNcckivure.
Also, by repealed and hpecinl request, u unnll anolcc of tlio llnesl hnnd-madc,
Sill Obtainable in Urn
!Now have on liai.d a Lirgo
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Lariicbnml Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK ODF OPTJK.TS'I'arrrDaDES
lii all lines. latest Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses ftflade and Repaired.
STEAI CANDY FACTOR!
P. 1IOUN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Oook and Ualcer.
71 Hotel St. "GatS?" Tclcpltono 71
WEMER & CO.
NO. US X-'OltT te'X'itnEJQ'X1.
Constantly on liauil a large iib-wliiicm
of every (iLM-ilpliiaot Jewelry, Waulas,
Gold ami Siherl'lnted Wnte, &:c.
Wolfe &, Company,
Qiccory and Feed Store,
01' uid 0'J Hotil tri-et,
Frtsh Groceries and 1'rovUloiiHicuclvcd
by every Steamer.
P.O. lloxlKO. llell'leltpliom. No.
;UII .Mutual TolqilKiiHi No. l!)l.
"ii'.l ft in
The White House,
The White House, SS8lTi,,.,.:,,,""i,x,ii- '' ' Numv,u w
t ej!X2mi AviDiiH 1iIIiii).' e iiiiiliw 3gm
JlOiCl IB Nuiiiinii Niwiii, 8 U'liiiic, i ly I iiriii(ii Lmiirnll: Uiteh Bi
iMnniiiln ir i uii1puiiri,iii't,iu.om.uUiirv..ntV,o(iu 'jKR
Hjnonilii, ll. 1. ituu-li.il, raumj.-- nmc. Mi-lili- f.il W(
Private Pmnilv Ho el; 'IViiiib llo won. J '"'i; JI wn Vfumnlj iirmi.aJi uidnt iSH,
ubleiI'lm.;it!i.(to'nnimtoi-. Iiwlil.t ;j liJii-o; i.i n in in d, fruit ,B
IH ! !
Co. to sell at their store
Will bo open every alterm tn und ucn.
lug as. follout-:
3Ioinlny, Tiii-Milnj-, YVciliioHitny r.uU
To tho public lu guuuritl.
Per Indies ami pentlcniuii.
Natui'iUiy .ttit 1U03UH,
Por ladiep, gentUiiun and rliilditu.
l.fbtonu iu raucySkfitlng.
Friday anil t-'utuidu) Eoniugrt
WIM.IAM WALK, Slaiincor.
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