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Ii SU3i g) UUtin,
MONDAY. DKC. 20. 1880.
Bgtnc Clans Spirckcls, Dio.w, 21 days
from San Fi'.mclco
Bktne. Ella, Must. 22 days from S.ui
Stmr C M llMiop fiom Kmini
Btnir.Ins Makeo fuun K.imii
Schr tCulnmniiii fiom llnmakua
Schr Mimii from Honomii
Schr Cutei'hui from Walanae
StmV Klnau for HHo and wnyports tit
1 1) m
Stmr Wnltilcnlo for l.nhnlnn. ami Iliunn-
kua nl t) n in
Stmr I.chna for windward potts at 0 pin
Stmr Km-piUc for Kuan at r. p in
Stini'Moknlll for Molokat at 5 p m
Schr Manuokuwnl for Koolnn
Schr Ehukal for Wninlmi
Schr Wallole for Hainakna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr O M lltshup for Walanau, Kilnlica
and llaualcl. at noon
Stmr .Tas Makce for llanamaulu and
ICapaa, at, r p m
Stmr Likullku for Kahnlul
Stmr Lchna for Wlndwaid Ports
From ICatinl, per 0 K Mishup, Deeem
her 19 W II Mice. M A Macllc. Jr, A K
11 Swift, Captain .1 lies, JDP.uker
midwife, Miss M. Low, illss Hoopil, 0
Ilcrtoltnaii, wife and family. Cba Gay,
51 "White, Mis' Mary Frcricnucrg, and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr .Fas Makce 01 fi bags of sugar, l
head of cattle. 32S Imjjs of paddy
and 2:1 pig.
StmrC M lltshop 57"J bags of sugar,
255 bags of paddy, 15 bagh of rice,
If hides and S2'eaUlo.
The steamer Iwalanl sails on Wed
nesday for Kauai.
VESSELS Hi PORT.
Bk J II Mowers, .1 II Plum
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Ger bark Pacitle. Oltuian
Bktno Kllkitat, Cutler
Bktne G- C Perkins Ackerman
Bktne Mary Wlnkebnan, Baekcis
Bktno Ella, Itust
Bgtue Claus Spreekels, Drew
December 20th, at 5 a. at., Geoige
Adam Aseh, voimges-t son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius A-ch. aged months and
25 days. Funeral at -I o'clock this
afternoon from the corner of Queen and
LOCAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
Tun steamer Kinau will lctiirn to
Honolulu Friday morning.
Mk. C. .1. Fihliel will announce to
morrow an immense display of goods.
Tun Monsarrat homestead, on
"Union stieet, is being ro-iooled with
corrugated iion. ,
Tin: Fort Street Church Choir
meets for iohcar.sa, in the church,
to-morrow afternoon, at 'i o'clock.
SnVKNTKK.Y horse.-, and eight Dur
liam hulls camo by the Claiu
SpreckelH, yesteulay, for Mr. V. G.
Chhirt.mar goods to Ito .sold by
Adams it Co. to-monow evening,
will be on exhibition during the
Mit. N. S. Sachs will keep open the
Popular Millinery House, Foitoticel,
duiing tlie eveningh of this week,
until !) o'clock.
It began to rain at a little past 11
o'clock labt night, and continued to
pour, with occasional intervals of let
up, until near daylight!
It is icported that Quarteimafatei
Goneral Sam Nowlein will leave for
the East bhoitly, with soveral young
JIawaiians, to bo educated abioad.
Messiis. Cabtlo & Cooko have just
received a shipment of tho " very
best" keiosono, wliieli they aio odei
ing jit .flJo per imifo, by tho dray
Tin: visitors to tho Panorama of
ICilaucii continuing numeious, tlio
jnoprietow havo decided not to goby
tho Australia., but to wait for tho
M)t. J. K. Brown, accountant, land
nnd e.tato agent, etc., Iiiih lemoved
his olTico fiom Hotel stieet, and his
present addiess is at .7, E. Wiseman's
oflicu on Merchant stieet.
Tin: public schools Christmas va
cation, which couinioi ced lust Fri
day, will continue until Wcdnchday,
January fi, 1887, on which day tho
noxt toim will bi'gin.
Yi:ST:nj)AY afternoon a borious
carriago accident occurred on Nuu
;mu Avenue, causing painful injuries
to Mr. Biown, clojjc at llollistor &
Co.'s, and wiccking two caniages
from tho Ilotol Stables,
I'm: Portuguese band has found a
now place for practice, below lleie
tania street, in tho neighboihood of
the old roller coaster. Tho people
jind patients at tho Queen's Hospital
A ifhai of rubbish obstiucts Palace
Walk, near the entrance to tho Imi
raoks. One would suppose that tho
army has a suilieient number of un
employed nil'iceis, if deticiupt ill
privates, to keep that locality beauti
A vi:ll-k.vown local wit was ie
contlvsecn driving fmiously along
Foit bticet, lure-headed, and this fact
bu-piodueed a feeling of uneabiiiem
jtniong his friends. Tlioy aio con
.'corned for tlio safety of tho gentlc
.' man's brains.
To-morrow evening lesers' ' E. P.
Adams & Co. will give nnotliur enter
tnintnent at their salesroom, com
mencing at 7 i at. Ttio anticipated
attoiulanco of Indie is fully provided
for. Tho leading character in the
comedy will bo Mr. .his. Mcisui. A
niagniiicent painting by Taumier
vill lio ollered.
ANonu:it Grand Xnu's auction uulc
at Mi. Lowic J. Levey's auction loom
to-niglil, nt 7 oVloel:. Novi'ltlesof nil
kinds will be disposed of. Judging
by tho large assemblage of fashion
and beauty at the previous sale Mr.
Levey is to be congiaUilatod on his
special accommodation for the fair
CONUNDRUMS (.?) ANSWERED.
A few answeis to the questions
designated Uonumlrumx and which
appeared in these columns on Satur
day Inst, with an appropriate in
troduction by the Editor, have been
received. Tlicy will be published
when the contiibutor's name is
December 20th. James Henton,
C. A. Cliapin, Kohnln; E. K. Dan in,
Denver, Col. ; 11. A. Vooinmn, San
Francisco; .7. II. Maby, Volcano
House; W. Sherry, Hecia.
"December 21st Arthur E. II.
Swift, Clias. Gay, 15. A. Mai-flc,
A native Hawaiian tode up to the
BuM.rriN- olllce this morning, and
announced that he had some good
news. When asked what it was,
ho replied that a waliinc had two
kcikis, (twins) this morning. The
mother had died, but tho infants
were alive, and an old man and
bis wife had taken charge of the
motherless babeb. The genllqnian
then rode off, saying "Good news
THE "DAILY BULLETIN" HANSARD.
The only full and complete report
of the Legislative Proceedings of
the Session 1S8G, is the Daily Bui.
i.r.TiK Hansard. It is the work of
an accomplished stenographer who
has been highly complimented for
the success of bis undertakings. A
few copies left, which aic to be had
at J. II. Soper's News Agency,
Merchant street; T. G. Thrum's, or
at the Daily Hui.lutix Oflice, Queen
street. Price $3.00 each.
The Iloyal Hawaiian Band will
plaj' at Emma Square this evening
commencing nt 7:30. Following is
O vei tore French Comedy Bcla
Waltz Southern Bieeze Moisler
Cavatina The Pirate Bellini
Selection Mien.i, (new) AVagncr
Medley Cluisty Miubtiels Miviere
Choi us Last Day of Judgment
Wall The Svreiib Waldteufel
Polka Fh-t Kiss Waldteufel
A EXEMPLARY ACT.
On Saturday last a gentleman and
lady engaged back No. 07, and were
driven about town by the licensed
driver, Ben Tenorio. On leaving
the carriage, the lady left a sealskin
reticule behind her, containing
amongst other things, some valuable
jewelry. The driver on discovering
the bag, some time afterwards, and
not knowing where tiio parlies ic
sided who bad left it there, diove
to the Police Station and reported
the mutter. Enquiries were specdiiy
made and resulted in finding out
the owner, who was over delighted
to have her property icstoicd to her.
Moial for hackmen: "Honesty is
the best policy."
ELECTRIC LICHTS AT THE HOTEL.
Electricity furnished light at the
Hawaiian Hotel, Saturday night. A
large arc burner, placed above the
(irst balcony, did service at the front
outside, brilliantly illuminating the
approaches and entrances from that
quarter. This is no novelty, be
cause it has been for sometime in
operation as "a light to lighten the
gentiles and the glory of the fre
quenters of that hostelry." But
the billiard room, for the first time,
was illuminated by incandescent
lights. Two of these, each about
15 candle power, were suspended
above each billiaid table, and emit
ted a mild and siilllcient light. The
only unsatisfactory part of the
experiment seemed to be in tlio
position of the burners, which were
placed too low. This, however, is a
defect easily remedied. Two char
acteristic and important features of
this light aie, that it is unattended
by heat and smoke.
0 LUS0 HAWAI7AN0.
The following items aro from tlio
mm and specially tianslalcd for the
Tho Porluguone Benevolent Society
"Lubitnna" who has just elected its
bo.ud for next year, is in such u
flout ibhing and glowing condition,
that it intends to take a Government
The Illlo coriespondentof O Lum
writes that dining the l;iBt taiuy
period, two 1'oitiigueso fiom Ma
deira who tried to wndo tlnoiigh u
ton cut at Pnpnlna district of Lnii
pahochoe, weie eanieil off to sea,
tho body of only onu of them was
It appears front intimation re
ceived that tho Portuguese laboiers
who were under contract on tho 1st
of July last aio not to pay their
taxes, as it is tho duty of tho plan
tation to pay their taxes; and in
ease of their being pressed by the
Government, the paper advises tliem
to have the question settled by the
Tlio policy of the Daily liui.i.i:
tix in regaid to the situation of this
countiy, is endorsed by tho J,itso,
who lianslates soveral paragiaphs
from our paper, stating in conclu
sion that although politics hcic aro
of little interest to tho Poiluguese,
yet they are becoming alarmed as it
'is always the misery of the poor
which pays for the follies of the
At about 2.20 this afternoon, a
native passing the residenco of Mr.
Goo. Lucas, discovered smoke issu
ing fiom a small building in the
yard. The native gave the alarm
of lire, and Master Albert Lucas,
who happened to be home, ran to
the burning place, and with a few
buckets of water extinguished the
blaze. The lire originated in the
Portuguese servant's! room. It
bullied the mosquito curtain, some
olothes, and scorched the wall near
the bed. The Portuguese had been
on a spree, and had received his
walking ticket this morning. He
was away at the time of the lire, and
it is 'thought that ho must have left
a burning cigar in the bed. The
Fire Department was quickly to the
place, but their services were not
POLICE COURT NEWS.
Satukday, December 18th.
The assault and battery case at
Wainnnc, between several natives
and three Chinamen, an outline
of which was published in these
columns last week, resulted in the
eight aggressors, one of whom is a
police olllcer, being remanded until
this morning. Mr. L. A. Thurston
appeared for the prosecution, and
Kinney & Peterson for the defence.
Mr. A. K. Kunuiakca having com
plied with the order of the Court as
a judgment debtor in a civil case in
which Mr. J. F. Colburn was the
plaintiff, was discharged on Friday
Monday, December 20th.
Opium unlawfully in possession:
Ah IIo, lcmanded from 15th and
subsequent days, $51.20 and hard
labor 15 days.
drunkenness: Kalauao, John
Peters, T. M. Gowan and Kalehua,
SG each, Kauaua, costs 1 and hard
labor 5 days.
Distill hing quiet of the night:
Kaawaloa, remanded to the 21st.
Assault and battery : Moses Pala,
remanded to the 21st.
Violating the Sabbath: Seven
Chinamen, nol. pros, entered.
Assault and battery on Fook
Sung, I,ee Choy and Chai Yu, at
Waianae, on the 11th inst., com
menced on Saturday: S. K. Kui,
Lehuakekai, Nainoelua, Kawaiula,
Keau, John Kaaikciki, Kauwahi and
Palua. Thurston for prosecution,
Kinney & I'eterson for defendants.
Examination of witnesses was in
progress at the time of noon recess.
HOMESICK FOR HAWAII.
11V LUCY WHITE l'ALMElt.
I sit hi the gi ay-clad gloaming,
While the suow-tlakcs softly fall,
And my heart away is roaming,
To the lauil most fair of nil.
Of all the lands wheie the sun doth
Theie Is none so fair as that land of
O land of my birth and living!
O laud of the world the best!
Mote loyal than monarch's giving
Is the crown on thy fnlrbrowproscd.
Be.iuty thy dower and thy gift divine,
Thy beauty I long for. laud of mine!
Here, the skies with gray aio clouding;
There, they smile with their eyes of
Heie, the snowfalls, eaith enshrouding;
There, ! verdure the bright year
And men drink deep of a ili'h, tare
From the jeweled cup of that land of
O land hi the sea waves' heaving,
On the ocean's breast upborne,
The threads of my llfc-tlme's weaving
Fiom thy golden shores aro torn.
But the love ot my heart N ever thine,
Though that heait is lonely, laud of
With the deepened shadows falling,
Fall my heavy dropping tears;
Its mother's voice, soft calling,
Mv Ituai t, like lost child, licar. .
Dear Father, hold hi thy clasp divine
All homesick heaits, and that land of
North Weymouth,' Muss.
Tho writer of the foiegolng Hues is
well known hi Honolulu.
NO CHRISTMAS DINNER will
lie cum'luto without a box of Ciyt
tal Soda WoikB Celebrated
GING12U .AJCTE. Ill
SETS of Jiibilco riimotrapliH, cm
bmoing ull thu nouiblu scciuh of
llui teiiiviticR, ciiii bit obtained at Wll.
linnu l'holopraplilo Onllety, 1U
TRY McCarthy'.. Sraili'li IHiJl'."
CIHRISTMAS mill New Vwir Cards,
all now and of the vciy latest du
biiip, having been caiofully Mdickd by
mil Mr. T. .1, ICinu, who has ju-t re.
tun c I from the Ooiisl. (Jail tarly at
Kluj llu a. Alt Slore. M)
l'ATUo.vtzt: Homo Indiittiy by buy
ing cigam nfJ. W, lllngley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tlio Ciystal Hoda
Woil:, wbeiehi lHpiopuii'il toilllall
onion, ui the lowe.il possible whole
sale prices, Itland orders (solicited
and pioiuptly lilled. The attention
of (lciilom in lespectfully invited to
the fact "no license ia inquired" In
Bell tbeto (iigiiid. Do not foigot thu
niinio J, W, Jlingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Sodu Workn, Hotel Bticet.
i.wniMi'iwi irwAwtBii'.'.imwn BWiJ
Oake, Pastry &
And Only Practical Ornainuutui' in the Kingdom, respect
fully invites Parents and those who intend to malce Holiday
- CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES
Tp select from his stoek ; the largest ever shown in Hono
lulu, consisting- of many thousand pounds of hoth plain and
fancy Confectionery suitable for Christinas Trees. An im
mense assortment of laney BASKETS, J30XES and
CORNUCOPIAS, Wax- Tapers and self-supporting- Hold
ers, Tionbons in large variety and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Of all Descriptions and sizes, ornamented in HORN'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. IIOKN" will sell at the
.Lowest Prices to Suit the Times.
As seeing is believing everybody is respectfully invited to
call and be convinced.
STE5AM MimES SGES CREAM.
At Sil.OO for one, and $3.00 for two Gallons. Made from IJich IJgg
Custard, It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to bu
made without Starch or Gelatine, and' acknowledged to be the Uiclicst,
Puie&t and Cheapest Ice Cream in Honolulu.
"W ES X X X 1ST & OXsZIESS.
Not a specialty exactly, but arc 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 and Ice Cream
Between Tort & Nuuanu.
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 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 ART 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 CONVBNCED!
The following is a Partial List of our Latest Importa
Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Artotypes,
Photographs, Watei: Colors, Pastel Crayon Paintings,
Photo Albums, Grl'ace Photo Panels, GJold 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, Christinas Cards, Etc., Etc.
Our recent iinportains contiiin a Complete Assortment
of till of tlie latest styles in Oalc, Bronze, Gilt, Copper and
Plush Picture Mouldings, from which we sire prepared to
make i'nuncs to order on short notice, at tho lowest possi
mm bros: art stoke,
Hotel & Union Stre3ts. OPES EVEitf 2i?GS
Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Both Tcleohoncs No 74.
I am instructed by S. Colin &
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots
end Shoes, Dry Goods,
Underwear, etc., etc,
Nob. 63 & 65 Fort Street, -
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
.1UST DECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OP
Cntii-Mii Cloln, Gents' Fiiisliiiii' Goofls,
HATS, CAPS, ETC., ETC.
Iiiitest Styles and "Novelties in Neclcware.
Also, liy repented nnd special request, a Finnll imoicc of tlic fiiiefl hnml.madc,
Host Durable Gents5 Shoes
Ml Obtainable in thu Eastern maikcls.
Now have on
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Lndics' and Ociitlcnian'H sizes
BHia es rt n
Eancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK Oi lT'-CriMVXrJi:TJ3aE
in all lines. Latest Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. IIOKN, L'rnclical Confectioner,
l'astry Cool; and ISukur.
71 Hotel fit. '(SAW Teleiihoiio 71
WENBER & CO.
SlntiiintrturliiK Iut cllcrM,
NO. 1)3 XOIVJ' ()rJUt isjsa
Constantly on liaml u largo nsbortuiLiil
of uvuy ilehi'ilplionof Jcuelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver 1'lateil Ware, &c.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
G7;.tntl GO Hotel olrect,
Fresh Groceries and I'rovlrtoub received
by every Steamer.
1'. O. UovliiO, Hull Tclephoni. No.
lilt) Mutual Tolephono No. 11)1.
The White S-Souse,
No. Lirt Nil iiiinu (r.ti'''t,
Iljiinlnlii, II. I.
1'rh in T'niniiy IlouO ; Twinn KuihOii
ublu, '.Klrri.tlnss AccoimmHnaioiui.
.!? ly .
Co. to sell at their store
Fancy Goods, Ledie
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
Opposite Irwin & Co's
liiind a largo
ftK a p p. v ,. t5
Will bu open every itlteinron und even
ing u follows:
aioiulny, Tiii'Hilny, WvilneHctny nnd
To tlio public In general.
For ladles mid ftentlciueu.
For lndk'K, gentlemen and children.
I.essoiiB in Fancy Skatlug,
Friday and Saturday Kvonings.
Wl 1,1.1A.M. WAl.h, Mnnafior.
TIIOSK Vl'KY DFSIKA.
&i?W, hh'MouilHBX.i M)5Nuuai
bMiiJ AM'iuit' DiMlllnjr co.ital
tr co.ita us
fi tooiiir. any I u-emuii LadrraUs !lich
on, p miry, tutluf,iini and bcrvn 1114 iu m
Httiichtd, cuirlauK houe, t.n.bh'. fowl
h .line, ull cij viiljeutl) urmnsed, (julct
lit til 1I1 T - lu'iviiuii; Html Kruuiulr, fruit
trciw, Ten minutes' -wijf tc Irom lot
OJlli-o. I'uuulio mllolulni nreun-cs of
72 tf J. II. WOOD,
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